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K - Z

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Helena M. Chew (editor)

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1965

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'Index: K - Z', London Possessory Assizes: a calendar (1965), pp. 167-199. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64190 Date accessed: 01 October 2014.


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Kantesangre, Thomas, executor of Richard Bokelond, 210

Ketremayns, Thomas, 16

Kayton:
-, Robert de, sheriff's serjeant, 119
-, Robert, sheriff, pp. 46, 48

Kebell, Thomas, 189

Kelleseye, see Kelsey

Kelleshull, see Kelshull

Kellyngworth, Richard de, draper, 130

Kelm, William de, rector of St. Peter Wood Street, 102

Kelsey(e), Kelleseye:
-, John, 196, 198, 206, 212
-, Robert de, chandler, 18

Kelshull, Kelleshull:
-, Simon de, attorney, 28–9, 53
-, William de, 119

Kempe, Simon, chaplain, 177–8

Kendale, Roger, 184

Kenebauton:
-, John son of William, 209
-, Roger son of William, 209
-, William, king's pantler, 209

Kensyngton, John, prior of St. Bartholomew Smithfield, 190

Kent, 152; see also Canterbury; Coldred; Rochester; Sheppey, Isle of

Kent(e):
-, John, 280 (p. 136)
-, Richard (de), 199, 240
-, Richard de, cit.&fishmonger, freshfishmonger, 109, 182
-, Thomas de(I), 120 (p. 42)
-, Thomas (de, of)(II), 192, 211, 217, 226
-, William, 186, 238

Kentewode, see Kentwode

Kentoys:
-, Alice wife of William, 134
-, John, 160
-, William, pewterer, 134

Kentwode, Kentewode, Reginald, dean of St. Paul's, 250; archdeacon of London, 232n

Kere, Richard, 238

Kestevene, Ralph, parson of St. Botolph Aldersgate, 147

Ketcher, Thomas, 279

Keton, Henry, clerk, rector of St. Mary Abchurch, 227

Ketrych, Richard, cit.&grocer, 247

Keu:
-, Agnes daughter of Walter le, wife of Richard de Maydeston, 32
-, Alice daughter of Walter le, wife of Henry de Norhamton, 32
-, Christine wife of Walter le, 32
-, Henry le, 13
-, John le, loriner, 32
-, John le, saddler, 32
-, Walter le, loriner, 32

Kidynet, see Kydynot

Kilfole, Richard, 258, 261, 265

Kindersley, Henry, 276

King's Bench, pp. xv–xvi

King's butler&chamberlain, see Coroner

King's pantler, William Kenebauton, 209

Kirkby, Kirkeby, Kyrkeby:
-, John, 170, 218, 227, 229
-, John de, chaplain, 270
-, John de, draper, 92, 120 (p. 42)
-, Marmaduke, rector of St. Andrew by the Wardrobe, 243

Kirtel, William, 137

Kiryel, see Kyriel

Kitchens, 12, 32, 273

Kneseworth, Knesworth, Kneesworth, John, 201, 203, 205, 208, 214

Knivyn, James, 276

Knolles, Knollis, Thomas, 248; mayor, patron of St. Margaret Pattens, 232

Knotte, Robert, 190, 222

Knyght, William, 165, 217; churchwarden of St. Mary Woolchurch, 211

Knyghtcote, William, 192

Kote, see Cote

Kydynot, Kidynet, Robert, 172, 180

Kyllyk, John, 249

Kymbel, Kymbell, Richard, 147–8, 156

Kyng(e):
-, Agnes, second wife of John le, 78
-, Andrew son of John le, 78
-, Avice daughter of John le, wife of William de Greyngham, 78
-, John(I), 161, 171, 202–3
-, John(II), 279
-, John le, of Coleman Street, 37, 78
-, Margery daughter of John le, 78
-, Parnel first wife of John le, 78
-, Simon son of John le, 37, 78
-, William, 120 (p. 42), 131
-, William son of John le, 78

Kyngeshous, John, clerk, 146

Kyngesmyll, William, attorney, 218

Kyngeston:
-, David de, 37
-, John de, 92
-, John de, clerk, 46, 56
-, Simon de, 92
-, Thomas, 120 (p. 42)

Kyngham, Lapyn de, 119

Kyppynge, John, 268

Kyrbye, Richard, 275

Kyriel, Kyryel, Kiryel:
-, John, kt., 195
-, Lettice wife of John, 195
-, William, 126, 160

Kyrkeby, see Kirkby

Kyrwyn, George, 280 (p. 136)

Kyryel, see Kyriel

Kyslyngbery, Richard de, sheriff, p. 5

L

Lacer, Richard, mayor, 35

Lacy:
-, John, 251
-, John, dyer, 240, 242

Ladders, 115

Lakenham, Thomas, master of the hospital of St. Bartholomew, 187

Lambard:
-, Thomas, 75
-, William, cit.&pouchmaker, 226

Lambe, Richard, 120 (p. 42)

Lambourn, Lamburne, John, attorney, 268, 270

Lancastre:
-, Denise wife of Hugh de, 63
-, Hugh de, 63

Landewath, William, 262, 269

Lane:
-, John, 259, 262
-, John, ironmonger, 246
-, John, sheriff, p. 79
-, Nicholas in the, 130

Langborn, John, 163

Langbourn, Langborne, Langebourne, ward:
-, jurors of, 277–8
-, street called, see Lombard Street

Langeford, Thomas, 142

Langele, Adam de, 119

Langeton, see Langton

Langrich, Langrych, Langrigge, Langrygge:
-, Margaret wife of Walter (I), 230
-, Walter (I), 230
-, Walter(II), 262, 268–9

Langspe, Henry, 244, 248

Langton, Langeton:
-, Henry de, clerk, 63
-, Richard, 257, 269–70

Langwith, Langwyth, John, 259, 262, 268

Larder-house, 'lardirhous', 273

Lark(e), William, 147–8, 150, 199

Latham, William, 183

Lathebury, Henry de, chaplain, 177–8

Laughton, John de, saddler, 94

Launde:
-, Robert, 120 (p. 42)
-, Robert, sheriff, p. 52

Laurence, Lawrans:
-, Anne wife of Nicholas, 275
-, Guy, 192
-, Nicholas, 275

Lavender, Clement, 167

Law, wager of, see Legal matters

Lawe, John, 158

Lawrans, see Laurence

Lawrence Lane, Lane of St. Lawrence Jewry, Seynte Laurenslane, 231, 256

Laycoke, Robert, 241

Layner, see Leyner

Lea, see Lee

Leaman, John, 278

Leather, Anthony, 279

Leatherdyer, see Trades&occupations

Leche, John, 260–1, 267

Ledbury, Walter, 235, 247, 251

Ledrede, William, churchwarden of St. Mary Woolchurch, 211

Lee, Lea, Leye, Lye:
-, Christine daughter of Richard, 219, 221
-, George, 277
-, Gilbert atte, joiner, 20
-, Joan atte, 114
-, Joan daughter of Richard, 219, 221
-, John, 175
-, John atte, 196, 206, 223
-, Richard, 219, 221
-, Richard de, chaplain, 183
-, Robert, sheriff, p. 135
-, Thomas atte, sheriff, p. 41

Legal matters:
-, abridgment of plaint, 172, 175, p. xxi
-, Advent, licence to take an assize during, p. xvii n
-, agreement between parties in assizes of mort d'ancestor, 154, p. xxv
-, alien, exception against pl. as an, 258
-, alienations: by a lessee without the lessor's consent, 31; by a prior without the consent of his chapter, 223; in fee, by a lessee, 118, 218
-, alms, grants in perpetual, 125, 249
-, amercements, pp. xv, xx–xxi, xxiii
-, arbitration in fresh force pleas, pp. xxi, xxv
-, assault, alleged, 114
-, attorneys, pp. xx n, xxii; appointed by letters patent, p. 6
-, attornment, alleged omission of, in case of transfer of freehold by lessors, 146
-, bailiffs, p. xx n
-, bastardy, allegations of, 120 (p. 42), 127 (pp. 47–8)
-, bills of intrusion, pp. xvii–xviii, see also Legal matters: plaints of intrusion
-, burgage tenements, p. xxvi n
-, certification of an assize of fresh force, 280 (p. 137)
-, collusive actions brought by disseisors, pp. xxiii–xxiv; alleged, 150
-, contempt of court, by def. departing before judgment given, 41
-, corrupt practices in assizes, p. xxvii
-, costs, pp. xx, xxvi; allowance for, increased at suit of the pl., 223
-, courtesy of England, 8, 14, 67
-, covenants: concerning the reception of water, 35; for rebuilding of premises leased, 115; alleged, for alteration of parish boundary, 194 (p. 80)
-, Crown: procedure where the tenement is in the hands of the, 6, 118 (p. 38, 40), 128, p. xxii; procedure where the tenement is held by virtue of a grant by the, 150, 181, 280 (p. 136)
-, custom of the City: concerning devise of land, 121, 127 (p. 47), 153, 243, 280 (p. 136); concerning impanelling of juries, 161; concerning enrolment of deeds in the Husting, 253–4, 268; concerning procedure in assizes of fresh force, 37, 118 (p. 40); concerning proving&enrolment of wills in the Husting, 121; concerning recovery of rents, 4, 47–8, 133, 144, 157, 249; concerning widows, 41, 153
-, damages, pp. xiv–xv, xx–xxi, xxiii, xxvi; distributed among officers of the court, p. xxvi; doubled, pp. xx, xxvi; increased at suit of pl., p. xxvi; remitted by the pl., p. xxvi; trebled, p. xxi; in a plea of trespass, 114; goods&chattels & half the tenements of defs. assigned to pl. in settlement of, 183, 274
-, darrein presentment, assize of, p. xxvi
-, debts&debtors, pp. xix, xxvi–xxvii
-, denization, letter of, 258
-, devise: of land, City custom concerning, 121, 127 (p. 47), 153, 243, 280 (p. 136); for maintenance of a chantry, alleged to be void in law, because there was no persona capax at the testator's death, 142; in mortmain, 182, 194
-, disseisin: admitted by defs., 69, 237; refusal of lessee to vacate premises on termination of lease, adjudged a, 115
-, distraint: assize of fresh force permitted where distraining for arrears of rent is obstructed, pp. xviii–xix
-, distresses, p. xix; a copper pot, 190; a dish, 216; two pieces of buckram, 231; two horses, 241; a silver cup, 253; a piece of tin, 265
-, dower, 3, 60
-, ejectment: of defs. by pl. while assize was pending, 138; alleged collusive ejectment of def. by a third party in an assize of mort d'ancestor, 150
-, error, proceedings in, see Husting: actions by writ of error in
-, escheator, 126
-, essoins, 42, 66, 71, 99–100, 114, 150, 154, p. 12
-, exemplifications of records of assizes, pp. xiii, xxiii
-, eyres: possessory assizes in pp. xiv– xvi, xix, xxiii, xxvi; deed enrolled on 1321 eyre roll, 209
-, 'femes soles', p. xxii
-, fictitious persons, p. xxvi; John Doo & Richard Roo, John Good & Richard Rent, ? William Humfrey & ? Richard Brewer, John Den & Richard Fen, 274, 274n, 275n, 278n, 279n, 281n
-, force&arms, disseisin by, p. xx
-, foreign warranty, pp. xv, xxii
-, foreigners, court for, plea of trespass heard before, 114, p. xi
-, fraud, perpetrated by John Norwych, goldsmith, 128
-, free bench, 41
-, freedom of the City by redemption, allegation of, 114
-, freeman of the City, right of devise in mortmain enjoyed by, 182, 194 (p. 80), 280 (136)
-, guardians, 24, 71, 86n, 94n, pp. xxii, xxiii
-, improvements effected by the def. during occupancy of premises, 7, p. xxvi
-, increment, 269, 274–5, 277–81, pp. xx n, xxvi
-, indenture, record of an assize of fresh force in the form of an, 203n
-, infra quarentenam, p. xxv
-, judgment, non-execution of, 112; respite of, 76n
-, juries, in possessory assizes, pp. xiv– xv, xviii, xx, xxiv, xxvii; custom of the City concerning, 161; objected to by defs., 161–2
-, jurors, professional, p. xxvii n
-, jury of aldermen, p. xv
-, jury of twenty-four in an action by writ of right patent, 223
-, law, wager of, 114
-, Lent, assizes to be held during, only by licence of the bishop of London, p. xvii
-, limitation, period of, pp. xiv, xx, xxiv–xxv
-, livery of seisin, alleged omission to grant, 146
-, lovedays, 34, 34n, 43–4, 66n, p. xxv
-, main pernors, 114
-, maintenance, pp. xxi, xxvii
-, minors, p. xxii
-, mort d'ancestor, pp. xi–xxvii passim; pleas of 140, 150, 154, 179
-, mortgages, 127 (p. 47), 233
-, mortmain, p. xxiv; forfeiture of tenements granted in, without licence, 181; licences in, 219, 223, 252, 253, 257; pardons for acquisitions without licence in, 191, 257; Statute of, see Statutes
-, non-prosecution of suits, p. xxi
-, outlawry, alleged, 116
-, oyer&terminer, justices of, 116
-, partition of tenements among coheirs, 60
-, peace, breach of, p. xx
-, pension, assize brought for recovery of an annual, in arrears, 77
-, persona capax, 142
-, plaints of intrusion&mort d'ancestor, pp. xiii–xiv, xvii; abridgment of, 172, 175, p. xxi; alleged omission of joint-tenants from, 62, 146, 169; def. alleged to be dead at time of entering of, 115; def. (allegedly) incorrectly described in, 5, 18, 20, 150; description of par. incorrect in, 136; pl. (allegedly) incorrectly described in, 115, 132, 134; entering of a second, p. xxi n
-, pleading in possessory actions, pp. xix–xxii
-, post primam etc., p. xxv
-, quo warranto, pp. xv–xvi
-, recognisances: under the Statute of merchants, 4, 15, 70; in the Exchequer, 20, 123
-, record: def. failing of his, pp. xx, xxvi; of assize of fresh force cited, 207
-, re-ejectment, pp. xxiii–xxiv
-, rents, pp. xviii–xix, xxiv, xxvi; arrears of, pp. xviii–xix, xxvi; arrears remitted by pls. 181, 191; rents-charge (quit-rents), pp. xviii–xix, xxiv; rents-seck, pp. xviii, xxvi; rentsservice, p. xviii; custom of the City concerning, 4, 47–8, 133, 144, 157
-, respites&adjournments, p. xxv; that the king may be consulted, 128; on receipt of a writ of nullatenus procedatis, 6; on non-delivery of a writ de procedendo, p. 9; that the pl.'s attorney may confer concerning the matter in dispute, 181
-, scot&lot, payment of, 258
-, summoners, pp. xvii–xviii, xxvi
-, title, possessory actions used to confirm, pp. xxii–xxiv
-, trespass, plea of, in court for foreigners, 114
-, trespass in ejectment, action of, p. xxiv
-, utrum, assize, p. xxvi
-, wardship, demise of a, 67
-, widowhood, custom of the City concerning, 41, 153
-, wife, admitted to plead, p. xxii
-, wills: alleged to be invalid unless proved&enrolled in the Husting, 121; proved&enrolled in the Husting, 8–274 passim; proved before the commissary-general of the bishop of London, 244; proved personally by an executrix, 41; record of, vouched to warranty, 80, 118 (pp. 39–40); date of the making & sealing of, disputed, 127 (p. 47)
-, witnesses: examined upon oath at request of the parties, 126; called by defs. to testify concerning the making&sealing of a will, 127 (p. 47); to a deed of 1297 produced by pl. in 1401, attendance of, demanded by defs., 202
-, women, as parties in pleas of assize, p. xxii
-, See also Aldermen; Coroners; Husting; Mayor&aldermen; Ordinances; Sheriffs; Statutes; Writs

Legbourn, John, clerk, 252

Leget, Legett(e):
-, Elmyng, 146
-, Margery wife of Elmyng, 146
-, Thomas, 232, 259, 262
-, Thomas, warden of the mystery of Goldsmiths, 244

Leggy, Thomas, 101; sheriff, p. 8

Leicestershire, see Burton Lazars

Leman, Lemman, John, 197, 219, 225–7, 240, 249

Lenne:
-, John, of Cambridge, chaplain of the Reginald de Cauntebrigge chantry in St. Leonard Foster Lane, 132
-, Ralph de, sheriff, p. 20

Lent, assizes during, see Legal matters

Lependen, John, 153

Lesne, Lesnes, John, 129, 147

Lestraunge, Roger, 77

Letbury, John, parson of St. Peter Westcheap, 144

Lethered, Thomas, 245

Letter of the bishop of Winchester, alleged theft of, 114

Leuesham, Simon de, cit.&taverner, 22

Leukenore, Joan de, prioress of St. Mary Clerkenwell, 18

Levelif, Levelyf, see Lovelyf

Levyng:
-, Ellen wife of John, 254
-, John, cit.&ironmonger, 254
-, John, jun., cit.&ironmonger, 243

Lewes, Sussex, priory of St. Pancras at, prior of: John de Cherlew, 171

Lewys, John, 273

Leycestre:
-, John, 68n
-, Thomas de, 176
-, William de, 176

Leye, see Lee

Leyf, William, clerk, 270

Leyner, Layner, John, 260, 267

Leyton, William de, woolworker, 91

Lime Street, Lymstrete, 180

Limitation, period of, see Legal matters

Limner, see Trades&occupations

Lincoln, 268

Lincoln, Lyncoln(e):
-, Agnes wife of John, 208
-, John, 208
-, John de, 176
-, Richard, 147
-, Thomas, 142, 164
-, William de, 21

Lincolnshire, 210, see also Grantham; Lincoln

Lirpe, see Lyrp

Litellondone, see Little London

Litewyn, Thomas, 186

Litlington, Litlyngton, Littelyngton, Lytlyngton:
-, Alice, 258
-, John, 188, 190
-, Nicholas, abbot of St. Peter Westminster, 157, 159, 160, 169, 173
-, Richard, 159, 164, 272
-, Thomas de, master of the hospital of St. Bartholomew, 9n

Littelton, Lytelton, John, 259, 262, 269

Littelyngton, see Litlington

Little London, Litellondone, tenement called, 192

Livery of seisin, see Legal matters

Lodelowe, see Ludlowe

Lokwher, John, 193

Lombard Street, Lumbardestrete, street called Langebourne ward, 217, 233

Lombards, see Trades&occupations

London, archdeacons of, see Archdeacons of London

London, bishops of, see Bishops of London

London:
-, Alexander of, 'ferron', 181
-, William of, clerk, 181

London Bridge, 76

Longe, John, 175

Longehepe, Thomas atte, 37

Longhope, Glos., vicar of: John Sabyn, 263

Longspe, Henry, 241, 246

Lopham, Denis, 257

Lorchoun, Henry, 97

Loriners, see Trades&occupations

Lounde, John, 266

Loundres, Loundrez, Roger, 194 (p. 80), 216

Louth(e):
-, Robert (de), attorney, 140, 142–3, 157–9, 168–9, 184, 186, 191
-, Walter de, 176
-, William, sheriff, p. 92

Lovedays, see Legal matters

Lovekyn:
-, Adam, grocer, 140
-, John (sen.), 39, 42, 45; sheriff, 52, p. 5
-, Katherine wife of Adam, 140
-, Mabel wife of John, 39, 42, 45, 52

Lovelyf, Lovelych, Levelif, Levelyf:
-, Edmund, 40
-, Henry, 226
-, John, draper, 40
-, Thomas, 116

Lovet, James, 168

Loveyne:
-, Margaret wife of Nicholas de, 117
-, Nicholas de, kt., 117

Lowe, Thomas, sheriff, 280 (p. 136)

Lowrey, Richard, 276

Loxton:
-, Amy wife of Richard de, 12; her son Thomas, 12; her grandson William, 12
-, Richard de, hatter, 12

Lucas:
-, Adam, sheriff, p. 1
-, Henry, 281
-, Margaret wife of Thomas(I), 244
-, Richard, brewer, 246
-, Thomas(I), 244
-, Thomas(II), scrivener, 278

Luda, master William de, clerk, 68

Ludgate, 246

Ludlowe, Ludelowe, Lodelowe:
-, Edward, 206
-, John, skinner, 96
-, Robert, 198, 206

Ludwyk, Robert, 219

Lumbard, John, 230

Lumbardestrete, see Lombard Street

Lumley:
-, Felicia wife of John de, 233
-, John de, 233
-, Richard, 259, 262

Luson, William, 275

Lutterworth, Henry de, chaplain, 61

Luttour, Luttur:
-, John, 257
-, John, cit.&grocer, 247

Lye, see Lee

Lyghtfot, John, of Horndon, 22

Lyllyngston, Thomas de, 96

Lyly, John, 123

Lymbergh, Adam de, 62, 65

Lymstrete, see Lime Street

Lynche, Henry, 218

Lyncoln(e), see Lincoln

Lyndesell, Francis, clerk, rector of Strethall, Essex, 274

Lyndeseye, Lynsey:
-, Gilbert, 177
-, Margery de, 76; her son John, 76
-, Richard, 246, 248

Lyndewyk, see Lyndwyk

Lyndwode, Walter de, 14

Lyndwyk, Lyndewyk, Robert, 123, 130

Lyng, John, sheriff, p. 113

Lynne:
-, Alice, 197
-, John de, brewer, 211
-, Richard, 227, 239–40
-, Robert, 149, 177
-, Thomas (de), 147, 156

Lynsey, see Lyndeseye

Lyon:
-, Henry, 274
-, Isabel, widow, 274
-, John, 274
-, Richard, 274
-, Thomas, 264, 269–70

Lyon, le, shop&solar called, 191

Lyons, Richard, 272, pp. xxii, 56; sheriff, p. 50

Lyrp, Lirpe:
-, Gilbert, 161, 171
-, Hugh, clerk, 249

Lytelton, see Littelton

Lythyngton, John, 215

Lytlyngton, see Litlington

M

Mabilion, John, warden of the mystery of Goldsmiths, 244

Macchyng(e), Macchyngge, Simon, 126, 177, p. xxvii

Maddele, Madle(e), John, 130, 168, 173

Maddock, Thomas, 275

Madle(e), see Maddele

Magna Hallyngbury, see Hallingbury, Great, Essex

Mainpernors, see Legal matters

Maintenance, see Legal matters

Maire, John, 148, 156

Maister, Thomas le, of Stepney, 38

Makerell, William, 246

Makwilliam, Thomas, 180

Malewayn, Maleweyn, Malwayn, John, 86, 123, 146

Mallins, Edward, 277

Mallyng:
-, Amice wife of Richard, 135
-, Richard, 135
-, Thomas, 216, 219

Malmeshill, William, 183

Malt, Richard, 259, 262; churchwarden of St. Magnus, 253

Maltby, Robert, 141

Maltmonger, see Trades&occupations

Malwayn, see Malewayn

Manepenny, William, abbot of Woburn, 188

Manhale:
-, John, 40
-, Robert de, 40

Manne, Thomas, 276

Manshipe, Alexander, 1

Manyfeld, Robert de, 119

Mapesden, see Maplesden

Mapilton:
-, John, jun., 218
-, John, sen., clerk, 218
-, Peter, 218

Maplesden, Mapesden, John, 184, 222, 261, 265

Marchall(e), see Mareschal

Marchant, Marchaunt:
-, Henry, 265
-, Nicholas, 81, 135, 138, 154, 163, 166
-, name appearing on the edge of an indenture, 203n

Marchford, Marcheford(e), Robert, 235, 240, 251

Mare:
-, John de la, 161, 171
-, Thomas de la, abbot of St. Albans, 101

Mareschal, Mareschall, Marchall(e), Marschall, Marshal:
-, Henry le, alias Guldeford, 191
-, John, 214, 255
-, Nicholas, 257, 266
-, Robert, 186, 197, 225–6
-, Robert (le, goldsmith, of Holborn), 7, 27, 35, 125
-, master Walter, 260
-, William, 189
-, William, butcher, 119
-, William, chaplain of the chantry at the altar of St. Katherine in St. Mary Colechurch, 207

Mareys, see Marreys

Mariner, see Trades&occupations

Mark(e):
-, John, 156
-, Ralph, 235, 240, 249, 251, 259
-, Roger, 141, 195

Mark Lane, Martlane, 252

Markeby:
-, Henry, 147, 161–2
-, William, jun., of Lincoln, 268

Markele, see Marklee

Markes, John, 140, 147

Markeworth, William de, cordwainer, 92

Markham, John, undersheriff, pp. xiii, 113n

Marklee, Markele, Robert, 219, 225

Marowe, Marwe:
-, John, 149, 156, 175
-, William, 259
-, William, sheriff, p. 125

Marreys, Mareys:
-, John, 142; chaplain, 143
-, John, tailor, 6

Marschall, Marshal, see Mareschal

Marshals, see Trades&occupations

Marston, Roger, 280 (p. 136)

Martin, Marten, Martyn:
-, John, 201
-, Nicholas, 280 (p. 136)
-, Thomas, 234, 236

Martlane, see Mark Lane

Marwe, see Marowe

Martyn, see Martin

Maryns:
-, John, tailor, 57
-, Mary, 171

Mas, Gamelin, 211

Mason:
-, John, 234
-, John le, 76
-, Thomas, 280 (p. 136)

Mason, see Trades&occupations

Massham, William, sheriff, p. 132

Matany, Amaury, cit.&draper, 255

Mauncell:
-, Robert, 167, 195
-, Robert, mercer, 127 (p. 46)

May, Adam, deputy-coroner, pp. 102–3

Maydeston:
-, Agnes wife of Richard de, 32
-, Richard de, loriner, 32

Mayhewe, Mayewe, Mayhu:
-, Simon, 183, 187
-, William, esquire, 233

Mayister, Thomas, 266

Maynard:
-, Geoffrey, 142–3, 159, 168, 170, 173
-, Stephen, 177

Mayor&aldermen:
-, arbitrators in an assize of fresh force, p. xxi
-, congregation of: plaints of intrusion & mort d'ancestor, pp. xiii, xvii
-, counsel taken in pleas of assize, p. xxii
-, exemplifications of records of assizes issued by, pp. xiii, xxiii
-, juries, impanelled by, pp. xviii, xxiv

Mayor&commonalty:
-, as landholder, pp. xiii, xxii
-, as pl., 277–8

Mazerer:
-, Edith daughter of John le, wife of John de Chikewelle, 91; her daughter Margaret, 91
-, John le, 91

Medelane, Medlane, Thomas, 142, 272

Medwe, John, chaplain of the chantry at the Lady altar in St. Magnus, 253

Megre:
-, Emma wife of John, 219, 221
-, John, 219, 221, 225

Mel:
-, Godith wife of Thomas, 179
-, Margaret daughter of Thomas, wife of Robert de Thame, 179
-, Maud daughter of Thomas, wife of Henry de Clakton, 179
-, Nicholas son of Thomas, 179
-, Thomas, cit.&capper, 179

Meldbourn, Meldborne, Meldburn, Meldebourne:
-, Gilbert (de), attorney, 135, 144, 146, 152, 154, 157, 159–60, 163, 166–7, 170–3, 179, 195
-, Isabel relict of Gilbert, 195

Meleward:
-, John son of Walter le, 46
-, Walter le, 46

Melleford, master William de, 57

Melreth, William, cit.&mercer, 247

Mendham, John, 192, 207, 211

Mentam, Gilbert, 280 (pp. 135–7)

Mentmore, Michael de, abbot of St. Albans, 59

Mercers, mystery of, 231, 257

Mercers, see also Trades&occupations

Merchant tailors, see Trades&occupations

Merchants, see Trades&occupations

Merdale, William, 215

Merlawe, Richard, sheriff, p. 91

Mersk, Robert, 182, 200, 220

Merssh(e):
-, Gilbert (atte), 159, 164, 168, 272
-, John (atte), 147–9
-, John, attorney, 147

Merston, Richard de, serjeant, p. 29

Meryweder, Thomas, provost of the chapel of New Alresford, 210

Messyngham:
-, John de, barber, 125
-, William de, 96

Meysaunt, Thomas, 238

Micche, John, 56

Michell:
-, John, 208, 227, 267
-, John, vintner, 168
-, William, cit.&grocer, 247

Micoll, John, cit.&vintner, 229

Middelton, Myddelton:
-, Elizabeth wife of Hugh, 169
-, Hugh, 169
-, John de, 66, 69–71
-, John, sheriff, 268, p. 127; his undersheriff, see Byrkes, Roger
-, Thomas, kt., sheriff, 281

Middlesex, 266, see also Clerkenwell; Edmonton; Holborn; Holywell; Isleworth; Stepney; Uxbridge; Westminster

Mildenhale:
-, Bartholomew, 180
-, John, prior of St. Mary Spital, 192
-, Robert, 215, 266
-, Thomas, 120 (p. 42)

Milk Street, Milkstrete, 202

Milward:
-, John, S.T.D., 281
-, Matthias, 281

Mincing Lane, Mynchenelane, 198

Minoresses, see St. Clare without Aldgate, abbey of

Minors, see Legal matters

Minot, Mynot:
-, Nicholas, 184
-, master Thomas, 211

Minster in Sheppey, see Sheppey, Isle of

Mody, William, mason, 267

Mogill, Mogyll, John, 186, 198, 206, 212

Mohaut, Walter, 40

Mokkyngg:
-, John de, 86
-, Nicholas son of John de, 86

Molashe, William, prior of Christchurch Canterbury, 239, 245–6

Molle, John, of Grantham, 81

Molyns:
-, John de, justice of oyer&terminer for Sussex, 116
-, John de, kt., 6

Mompelers, John de, barber, 176

Mompesson, de Monte pessulano, Richard de, cit., 191

Moneyer, see Trades&occupations

Monkoy, John, fishmonger, 48

Monnes, Lawrence, 279

Monte pessulano, de, see Mompesson

Moore, see More

Moote (?), Tiffany de la, prioress of Cheshunt, 182

Moraunt, Thomas, 123, 180

Mordon, Moredon, Nordon:
-, John, 164, 168, 170, 173
-, John, attorney, 235, 237, 239–40, 242, 244, 248, 253, 255, 258, 261, 265–7
-, Richard, sheriff, p. 118
-, Roger, 157
-, Simon (de), 62, 65, 146
-, Simon de, stockfishmonger, 109; mayor&escheator, 126

More, Moore:
-, Cecily de la, 30
-, Isabel daughter of Cecily de la, 30
-, Hugh, 278
-, John, 220
-, John, sheriff, p. 72
-, Mariota atte, 119
-, Thomas, attorney, 260, 266, 269
-, Thomas, dean of St. Paul's, 184, 186, 191
-, Thomas, undersheriff, afterwards lord chancellor, p. xiii n

Moredon, see Mordon

Morgan, Owen, 279

Morice, see Morris

Morle:
-, Idonea wife of Thomas de, 99, 100
-, Thomas de, 99, 100

Morrall, Hugh, 281

Morris, Morys, Morice:
-, Cecily wife of Thomas(II), 195
-, Richard, 281
-, Sarah wife of Walter, 195
-, Thomas(I), 101
-, Thomas(II), son of Walter, 195
-, Walter, 195
-, William, 232

Mort d'ancestor, see Legal matters

Mortgages, see Legal matters

Mortmain, see Legal matters; Statutes

Morton:
-, Henry de, deputy-coroner, pp. 52, 68
-, Roger, 272

Mortymer, Robert, 137

Morys, see Morris

Motoun:
-, Robert, 29
-, Robert son of Robert, 29

Mountfort, George, attorney, 273

Mountham, John, 177

Mower, William, 232, 257

Moyne, Roger, cit.&draper, 263

Mulgar, Hugh, cit., 191

Mulle, William, 218

Mullyng, John, 197, 219

Mund, Simon de, 181

Muniments, box containing, alleged theft of, 114

Musard, William, 114

Mushacche, Walter de, 125

Myddelton, see Middelton

Myles, Thomas, painter, 236

Mynchenelane, see Mincing Lane

Myngy, Mynggy:
-, John son of Warin, 67, 97
-, Margery daughter of Warin, wife of Richard Pageman alias Teste, 67, 97
-, Margery mother of Warin, 67; her daughter Agnes, 67
-, Margery wife of Warin, 97
-, Robert son of Warin, 67, 97
-, Warin, 67, 97

Mynot, see Minot

Myssenden, Robert, 126

N

Nasard, John, 69–70

Nassh, Walter atte, 74

Nasynge, John, 199

Nayllor, Henry, 275

Neuport, see Newport

Neuton, Neuuton, see Newton

Neve, John, cit.&mercer, 273

Nevill:
-, Eleanor, abbess of St. Clare without Aldgate, 168 (?), 230
-, Richard, 9th earl of Salisbury, 255

New Alresford, see Alresford, New

New Place, priory of, see Guildford

New Windsor, New Wyndesore, Berks., 20

Newecomen, Robert, 175

Newenham:
-, William, churchwarden of St. Augustine Watling Street, 262
-, William de, son of John Osbern of Newnham, 57

Neweport, see Newport

Neweton, see Newton

Newman, Numan:
-, John, brewer, 238
-, Richard, cit.&currier, 258
-, Thomas, 275

Newnham, Newenham, 57

Newport, Essex, 252

Newport, Neweport, Neuport:
-, Amice daughter of William de, 13
-, John de, 14, 116–17, 125
-, John de, bookbinder, 35
-, Richard (de), dean of St. Paul's, 184, 191; bishop of London, 57
-, William de, 13
-, William, sheriff, pp. 52, 68

Newton, Neuuton, 150

Newton, Neweton, Neuton:
-, John, 275
-, Nicholas, chaplain, 150
-, Robert, clerk, 228
-, Thomas, parson of St. Leonard Foster Lane, 237
-, Thomas de, rector of St. Michael le Querne, 150; his brother John Benet, of Newton, 150

Nicholas [ ], 183

Nicholas son of Joce, alderman, 192

Nicholas, Guy, 195

Nichole, Nicholl, Nicol:
-, Eleanor sister of Robert(II), 68; her son Thomas de Walcote, 68
-, John(I), 68
-, John(II), brewer, 243
-, John(III), merchant, 46
-, Katherine wife of John(I), 68
-, Robert(I), 129
-, Robert(II) son of John(I), 68
-, Robert(III) son of Robert(II), 68
-, Thomas, grocer&cit., 237

Noket:
-, Margery wife of Thomas, 219
-, Thomas, cit.&draper, 219

Non-prosecution of suits, see Legal matters

Norbury:
-, Ismannia wife of Richard, 158
-, Juliana wife of Richard de, 133
-, Richard, 133, 158

Nordon, see Mordon

Noreis, William le, cit.&currier, 192

Norfolk, see Cawston

Norfolk, John, 145, 164

Norhamton, Norhampton, see Northampton

Norman:
-, John, 194 (p. 80), 216, 224, 240
-, John, brewer, 243
-, John, cit.&draper, 255

Northampton, Norhamton, Norhampton:
-, Alice wife of Henry de, 32
-, Henry son of Robert de, 32
-, John (de), draper, 177–8, 196; sheriff, p. 52; mayor, 161
-, Parnel wife of John de, 177–8
-, Robert de, cordwainer, 32

Northamptonshire, see Higham Ferrers

Northay, Northey, John, 234, 267

Northburgh:
-, Joan relict of John, 262
-, John, cit.&draper, 262
-, Katherine daughter of John, wife of Edmund Salle, 262

Northbury, Richard, warden of the mystery of Mercers, 257

Northerne, Northren:
-, John de, 21
-, Thomas le, 40

Northey, see Northay

Northren, see Northerne

Northtoft:
-, John de, of Essex, 270
-, William de, 116

Northwarde, Thomas, cutler, 175

Northwold:
-, John, cit., 201
-, Margaret wife of John, 201

Norton(e):
-, Alice relict of Gregory, alias atte Shire, 41, 219
-, Arthur, 281
-, Geoffrey de, 41, 217
-, Gregory son of Geoffrey de, alias atte Shire, 41, 219
-, Isabel daughter of Gregory de, wife of John Osekyn, 41
-, Isabel, prioress of Holywell, 169 (?), 199
-, Joan wife of Geoffrey de, 41
-, John de(I), 108
-, John de(II), 219
-, John, esquire, 247
-, Roger de, 219
-, William, 208
-, William, sheriff, p. 78

Norwode, Thomas, 255

Norwold, Walter, 264, 266, 269– 270

Norwych:
-, John, goldsmith, 128
-, Margaret wife of John, 128

Notley, Nottele, Bucks., abbey of, abbot of: William, 235

Notte, John, 196

Nottele, see Notley, Bucks.

Nottele:
-, Joan daughter of William de, 92
-, Margery daughter of William de, wife of John de Gylot, 92
-, William de, 92

Notyngham:
-, Richard de, 57
-, Robert, grocer, 235

Numan, see Newman

O

Occupations, see Trades&occupations

Odyam:
-, Denise wife of Richard, 147
-, Richard, jun., 147

Ogham, see Hogham

Okbourne, Okeborn, Okebourn:
-, William, cit.&cooper, 218
-, William de, clerk, 79
-, William, rector of St. Augustine Watling Street, 262

Okendon, John, prior of Charterhouse, 217

Okham:
-, William de, 97, 114, 118 (p. 38)
-, William de, cordwainer, 114

Old Bailey, le Bailly without Neugate, 139

Olescomp, see Ollescomp(e)

Oliver, Olyver:
-, Henry, 62, 65
-, Joan wife of John(I), 62, 65
-, John(I), 62, 65
-, John(II), 211
-, John, cit.&grocer, 268
-, William, cit.&grocer, 247

Ollescomp(e), Olescomp, Ullescompe, John, 135, 138, 163, 174

Olney(e):
-, Isabel daughter of John(III), wife of Walter Strykland, 254
-, James, mayor, 273
-, Joan, widow, 273
-, John(I), 197, 216, 226
-, John(II), alderman, 257; sheriff, 248, pp. 109–11; his undersheriff, see Forster, John
-, John(III) grandson of Richard de Hakeney, 254
-, Richard de, attorney, 53, 59, 61

Olyver, see Oliver

Ordinances, City, concerning possessory assizes, pp. xii, xviii–xix, xxiv, xxvii

Osbern, Osbarn:
-, John, of Newnham, 57; his son William de Newenham, 57
-, Richard, cit., 249
-, Thomas, 184

Osekyn:
-, Isabel wife of John, 41
-, John, 41, 115, 117

Oswell, John, 257

Otteley:
-, Robert, 232
-, Robert, sheriff, p. 104

Ottertorne, Lancelot, 276

Otwere, Henry, 258

Ougham, see Hogham

Oulgrene, Thomas, 265

Outlawry, see Legal matters

Overey, Thomas, 192

Owayn, John, 40

Owgham, see Hogham

Oxenford, Oxon':
-, Emma wife of Thomas(II), 105
-, Hugh de, 87
-, John de, marshal, 92
-, John de, vintner, 7
-, Maud wife of Hugh de, 87
-, Thomas de(I), goldsmith, 105, p. xxiii
-, Thomas(II) father of Thomas de, 105

Oxewyk, John, 124

Oxford:
-, City of, p. xvi
-, St. Martin college, master&scholars of, 255

Oxfordshire, see Oxford; Thame

Oxon', see Oxenford

Oyer&terminer, see Legal matters

P - Q

Paciencia, Osbert de, abbot of Durford, 191

Pacoke, see Peacoke

Paddeslee, Pattesle, John, sheriff, pp. 109–11

Padegrice, Pategrys, Robert, 75, 180

Page:
-, Gilbert, 244
-, John, goldsmith, 263
-, Thomas, 165
-, Walter, 117
-, William, cit.&ironmonger, 275

Pageman:
-, Margery wife of Richard, alias Teste, 67, 97
-, Richard alias Teste, 67, 97

Painters, see Trades&occupations

Pake:
-, Alice wife of John, 151
-, Isabel, 126
-, John, 151, 193

Pakynton:
-, William de, 112
-, William son of William de, 112

Palin, George, 281

Palmer(e):
-, Gilbert le, 35
-, James, 119
-, John, 159
-, Maud wife of Richard, 196
-, Peter, 281
-, Richard, 196
-, William, 138, 163
-, William, attorney, 148–50, 199
-, William le, tapicer, 43

Palyng, John, cit.&goldsmith, 255

Panner, Robert le, 246

Panter, Richard, 251, 255

Pantre:
-, Joan wife of John de la, 177–8
-, John de la, 177–8

Pantry, a, 273

Paramore, Robert, 276

Parish boundary, alleged alteration of, 194 (p. 80)

Parker(e):
-, John, 161, 188–9, 191, 193, 215, 222, 258, 261, 265, 267
-, John, cit.&brewer, 280 (p. 136)
-, John, cutler, 215
-, Thomas, chaplain of the chantry at the Holy Trinity altar in St. Christopher, 238
-, Walter, 140
-, William, 225

Parkes:
-, Hugh, 277
-, Thomas, 278

Parlefrensh, Richard, 231

Parlepot, Adam, 40

Parles, Joan, prioress of St. Helen Bishopsgate, 214

Parliament, 246, 249

Parlour, 'parler', 200

Parnes, John, 220

Parris, Parys:
-, Christopher, 276
-, Matthew, 281
-, Robert, 145, 168

Parson, see Person

Partition, see Legal matters

Parveys, see Perveys

Parys, see Parris

Passele:
-, Katherine wife of Thomas de, 116
-, Thomas de, 116

Pategrys, see Padegrice

Pattesle, see Paddeslee

Pavely, Walter de, kt., 118 (pp. 38–40)

Pavey, Pavy:
-, Joan wife of Richard, 224
-, Richard, 224
-, Robert, 276

Payn:
-, Henry(I), 202, 205
-, Henry(II), fuster, 185
-, John(I), 120 (p. 42)
-, John(II), 262
-, Maud relict of Henry(II), 185
-, Robert, 120 (p. 42), 146
-, Roger, 160

Pays, Nicholas, 140, 142, 145, 159, 164, 170

Peace, breach of, see Legal matters

Peacoke, Pacoke, Pecok:
-, Matthew, 233–4
-, Reginald, master of the college of St. Michael Paternoster Royal, 249–50
-, William, 274

Pebenham, John de, 40

Pecche(e):
-, John, sen., draper, 101
-, John, sheriff, 118 (p. 39), p. 38

Pecok, see Peacoke

Peede, John, 280 (p. 136)

Pellican, see Pelycan

Pellyng, John, 214, 224

Pelycan, Pellican, Robert, 230, 232

Pemberton, James, sheriff, p. 137

Pembrigge, Pembrygge, William, 264, 266, 269

Penne, John, cit.&skinner, 233; sheriff, p. 73

Pension, see Legal matters

Peny, Geoffrey, 131

Peper, Pepir, William, 241, 244, 246, 248

Perceval, Alice, 49

Percy, John, hosier, 235

Perle:
-, Isabel wife of Thomas, 71, 123
-, Reginald brother of Thomas, 123
-, Thomas, woolman, 71, 123

Permanter, Henry, cit.&grocer, 241

Peron, Thomas, 220

Perot, Henry, clerk of the Husting, 180, p. 56

Person, Parson:
-, John, 255
-, Richard, 197, 216–17
-, Richard, (cit. &) armourer, 194 (pp. 79–80), 256

Persona capax, see Legal matters

Perveys, Parveys:
-, John, merchant, 253
-, John son of John, 253

Pervile, Richard, 204

Pery, John, 258

Peryndon, Walter, 133

Peryngton, Pyryngton, John, 231, 236, 247

Peryton, William, chaplain, 210

Peter, Alan son of, 231

Petigru, Richard, ironmonger, alias Broune, 98

Petresfeld, Petrusfeld, John, 266, 269

Peutrer, Nicholas le, 72

Pewterers, see Trades&occupations

Peyntour, John, 119, 129

Peytevyn:
-, Sarah wife of Thomas, 117
-, Thomas, 117, 194 (pp. 80–1)

Philip Lane, Felyppeslane, 87

Philipot, Philippott, Phylpot:
-, John, 208
-, John, kt.&cit., 162; sheriff, p. 49

Philippa, queen of England, 128

Philippott, see Philipot

Philoche, John, 71

Phippe, John, 56

Phones, Andrew, 279

Phylpot, see Philipot

Piebaker, see Trades&occupations

Pinners, see Trades&occupations

Pipot, Robert, 167

Pippe, William, 114

Pistor, Robert, 179

Pistoye, Pistoria:
-, Emma wife of Simon, 179
-, John de, 179
-, Simon son of John, cit.&apothecary, 179

Pisy, John, 126

Pittancery of the fraternity of rectors, 145

Plaints of intrusion, see Legal matters

Platte, Thomas, 280 (p. 136)

Pleading, see Legal matters

Plomer:
-, John le, 76
-, Walter, 274
-, William, 120 (p. 42)

Plot, John, 150

Plumber, see Trades&occupations

Podenhale, Potenhale:
-, Agnes wife of Walter, 243
-, Alice relict of John, formerly wife of John Thamworth, 139
-, Cecily wife of John de, kt., 31
-, Elias de, 139
-, John, 139, 243
-, John de, kt., 31
-, Richard de, 31
-, Walter, cit.&woodmonger, 243
-, William son of John, 243

Pole:
-, John atte, 69
-, John son of John atte, 69
-, Katherine atte, 142–3, 160

Polhill(e):
-, John, 265
-, Richard, 236

Pollard, Bartholomew, 268

Ponde:
-, Richard atte, 13
-, Roger atte, 30

Ponsonbye, William, 276

Pontefract, Poumfreyt, Pounfreit, Pounfreyt, Pountfreit, Pountfreyt:
-, Henry, sheriff, pp. 83, 98
-, John, 180
-, John de, cornmonger, 80
-, William, 169
-, William de, 80
-, William, jun., cit.&skinner, 194 (pp. 79–81)

Pope:
-, Joan wife of John(III), 121
-, John(I), 130
-, John(II), tailor, 115
-, John(III), waxchandler, 121
-, Peter, 259, 262

Popham, John, 265

Porter:
-, John(I), 169
-, John(II), 276
-, Ralph, 167

Porter, see Trades&occupations

Post primam, see Legal matters

Pot, a copper, taken as a distress, 190

Potenhale, see Podenhale

Poterel, Poutrel:
-, Emma wife of Robert, 95, 106
-, John, 95, 106
-, John son of John, 95, 106
-, Robert, 95, 106

Potter(e):
-, Agnes daughter of Paul le, jun., 43
-, John, 91
-, Paul le, jun., 43
-, Simon, alias Hathefeld, 223
-, Thomas, 276

Potters, see Trades&occupations

Pouchmakers, see Trades&occupations

Pouere, see Poure

Poul, William, bottlemaker, 175

Poulters, see Trades&occupations

Poumfreyt, see Pontefract

Pounde, John, 216

Pounfreit, Pounfreyt, Pountfreit, Pountfreyt, see Pontefract

Poure, Pouere, Pouuere:
-, Katherine wife of Nicholas, 13, 63
-, Nicholas, 13, 63; their chaplain William, 13

Poutrel, see Poterel

Powe:
-, Agnes wife of William, 210
-, William, 183, 190, 210

Poyntel, Poyntell:
-, Joan wife of Thomas, 271
-, Richard, 279
-, Thomas, 271

Prat, Pratte:
-, Henry, 273
-, John, 105
-, Roger, baker, 1
-, Thomas, 240, 242

Preest, Prest(e), Godfrey, 185, 193, 194 (p. 80)

Prentis, Prentys:
-, John, 274
-, John, dean of St. Stephen Westminster, 252

Prest(e), see Preest

Preston(e):
-, Henry, 220
-, Isabel daughter of Stephen de, 272; her daughter Alice, wife of John Wiltshire, 272
-, John, clerk, 228, 252
-, John de, cit.&girdler, 256
-, John son of Stephen de, 272
-, Maud wife of John de, 256
-, Robert, 275
-, Sarah daughter of Stephen de, 272; her issue James&Joan, 272
-, Stephen de, 272
-, Thomas, clerk, 266
-, Walter son of Stephen de, 272

Price, Pryce, Prys:
-, Davy, rector of St. Magnus, 253
-, Morgan, 276
-, William, 280 (p. 136)

Priories, see Religious houses: abbeys & priories

Probye, William, skinner, 275n

Prud, William, 192

Pryce, see Price

Pryme, William, 278

Prynce:
-, Gilbert, 120 (p. 42)
-, John, 261, 269

Prys, see Price

Puckle, Edmund, 275

Pudding Lane, Rethereslane, 182

Pulford, Thomas, 276

Pull(e), Richard, 175, 183, 222

Pulteneye, John de, 68

Purchase, Eudo, draper, 120 (p. 41)

Purveys:
-, Elizabeth wife of Gilbert, 173
-, Gilbert, 173

Pye:
-, Adam, 99, 100
-, John, 154, 160
-, Stephen atte, 119
-, Thomas, churchwarden of St. Michael le Querne, 261

Pyebakere, William, 120 (p. 41)

Pyel:
-, Joan wife of John, 135
-, John (cit.), 70, 135; sheriff, p. 48

Pygeon, John, 158

Pygot:
-, Margaret sister of Robert, 196; her daughter Agnes, 196
-, Maud wife of Robert, afterwards wife of Richard Palmer, 196
-, Robert, cit.&draper, 196

Pyk(e):
-, John, 247
-, Thomas, 168, 170, 173, 217
-, Thomas, draper, 216; sheriff, p. 73

Pykeman, Andrew, sheriff, p. 52

Pykerel, William, parishioner of St. Vedast, 87

Pykeryng, John, 183

Pykot:
-, Nicholas, cit.&mercer, 217
-, Thomas, 217

Pymme, William, 127 (p. 47)

Pynchebek, William, fishmonger, 267

Pynnere:
-, Margery wife of William le, 18, 125
-, Simon son of William le, 125
-, William le, 18, 125

Pyrle, Henry de, master of the hospital of St. James, 125

Pyrye, Thomas, prior of New Place, Guildford, 240, 242

Pyryngton, see Peryngton

Queldryk, Robert, 183, 187

Querneby, Ralph, 275

Quit-rents, see Legal matters: rents

Quo warranto, see Legal matters

Quylter, Giles le, 217

Quynton, Quyntyn:
-, Isabelwife of Williamde, 127 (pp. 46–48)
-, John, 187
-, William de, kt., 127 (pp. 46, 48)

R

Radclyffe, William, rector of St. Michael le Querne, 261

Radyngton, John, prior of the hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, 202

Ragley, Henry, 246, 248

Ragonell, William, parson of St. Mary Woolchurch, 211

Rakedale, Thomas, 93

Ram:
-, Adam atte, 92
-, William, 162

Ramseye, Ramesey(e):
-, Agnes daughter of William de, 129
-, Joan wife of Robert, 253
-, Ralph de, 129
-, Robert, 220, 253
-, William de, 129

Randolf, William, 184–5, 222

Rasen, Simon de, 97

Raulyns, John, 223

Raven, James, 131

Ravenscrofte:
-, Richard, 280 (pp. 135–7)
-, Thomas, cit.&cordwainer, 280 (p. 136)

Rawlyn, William, 260

Rayner, Reyner:
-, Elias, 218
-, John, 158

Raynwell, see Reynwell

Reche, see Rich

Recognisances, see Legal matters

Record, see Legal matters

Recorder, arbitrator in a plea of fresh force, p. xxi

Rectors, fraternity of, 145

Red Cross Street, Redcrouchstrete, 258

Rede, see Reede

Redyng, Andrew de, 40

Ree:
-, Christine wife of Ralph atte, 177
-, John son of Ralph atte, 177
-, Ralph atte, of St. Albans, tanner, 177–8
-, William son of Ralph atte, 177

Reede, Rede:
-, John, attorney, 267, 270
-, Matthew, 201, 208, 214
-, Ralph, 159, 168, 209
-, Walter, 120 (p. 42)
-, William, 251, 255

Re-ejectment, see Legal matters

Religious houses:
-, abbeys&priories, see Austin Friars; Bermondsey, priory, later abbey of St. Saviour; Canterbury, abbey of St. Augustine&priory of Christchurch; Charterhouse; Chertsey, abbey of St. Peter; Cheshunt, priory of St. Mary; Clerkenwell, priory of St. Mary; Crutched Friars; Durford; Guildford, priory of New Place; Holy Trinity Aldgate; Holywell, priory of St. John the Baptist; Lewes, priory of St. Pancras; Notley; Rochester, priory of St. Andrew; St. Albans; St. Bartholomew Smithfield; St. Helen Bishopsgate; St. Mary Overy; St. Paul's Cathedral; Sheppey, Isle of, priory of St. Sexburga; Thame, abbey of St. Mary; Tortington, priory of St. Mary Magdalen; Vale Royal, abbey of St. Mary; Westminster, abbey of St. Peter; Winchcombe, abbey of St. Kenelm
-, cartularies of, p. xiii
-, colleges, see Oxford, St. Martin college; St. Michael Paternoster Royal (Whittington's college); Westminster, chapel of St. Stephen
-, hospitals, see Burton Lazars; Clerkenwell, hospital of St. John of Jerusalem; Elsing Spital; Holborn, hospital of St. Giles in the Fields; St. Bartholomew Smithfield; St. Clare without Aldgate; St. Katherine beside the Tower; St. Mary Spital; St. Thomas of Acon; Westminster, hospital of St. James

Remes, John, cordwainer, 144

Rendre, William, 207, 240, 242

Renger, Richard, 181

Rent, Richard, see Legal matters: fictitious persons

Rents, see Legal matters

Resnes, John, 126

Respites, see Legal matters

Rethereslane, see Pudding Lane

Reygate, Thomas, 182, 200

Reymond, William, 183

Reyner, see Rayner

Reynewell(e), see Reynwell

Reynham, Thomas, 120 (p. 42), 140

Reynkyn, John, 269

Reynold:
-, Godfrey, 207
-, John, 131, 149, 161
-, William, 249

Reynwell, Reynewell(e), Raynwell:
-, Andrew, 259, 263
-, John, sheriff, 183, pp. 75, 79
-, Thomas, 232

Riceby, William, 175

Rich, Reche, Ryche, Rysshe:
-, John, 155, 172, 234
-, Richard, sheriff, p. 116

Richard, Thomas, 188

Richardson, Henry, 275, 278

Richeman, Peter, 159

Richmond, Shene, Surrey, 258

Ridere, see Ryder(e)

Rideware, Walter grandson of Walter Waldeschef, 142

Rikhull, see Rykhill

Rising, William de, archdeacon of London, 181

River, Ralph de la, 181

Robard, Nicholas, 183

Robelard, Thomas, churchwarden of St. Magnus, 253

Robert [ ], 124

Robert son of Walter, 209

Rochester, Rouchestre, Kent, 259:
-, bishop of: John Younge, 279
-, priory of St. Andrew at, prior of: John de Sheppey, 167

Rodewyke, see Rudgwick, Sussex

Rogger, John, 126

Roke, William, 172

Rokesle, Rokele:
-, Adam son of Gregory de (?rectius son of Robert de), 195
-, Gregory de, mayor, 195
-, Gregory son of Robert de, 195
-, John, sheriff, p. 2
-, John son of Gregory de (?rectius son of Robert de), 195
-, Margery wife of Robert de, 195
-, Robert de, 195
-, Robert son of Gregory de (?rectius son of Robert de), 195
-, Sarah daughter of Gregory de (?rectius daughter of Robert de), wife of Walter Morice, 195

Rokhawe, Henry, 205

Rokley, John, 255

Rokyngham:
-, Geoffrey de, cordwainer, 42, 52, 102
-, Juliana wife of Geoffrey de, 42, 52

Rolf, Thomas, 266

Rolleston, Robert, warden of St. Katherine by the Tower, 229

Rome, William, 149

Romney, William, kt., sheriff, 281

Roo:
-, Richard, see Legal matters: fictitious persons
-, Stephen, 196

Rose, Rosse:
-, Maud, widow, 259
-, Richard, 61
-, Robert, 230, 239, 245

Rote, John, sheriff, 161, pp. 56, 71

Rothele, Adam de, rector of St. Mary at Hill, 110

Rothyng, Rothyngg:
-, Isabel relict of Richard de(I), 87
-, John son of Richard de(II), 15
-, Richard de(I), carpenter, 87
-, Richard de(II), vintner, 15, 20

Rouchestre, see Rochester, Kent

Rouen:
-, Juliana daughter of Peter de, 249
-, Peter de, 249

Roughell, Roger, 280 (p. 136)

Rous:
-, Adam, cit., 230
-, Juliana wife of Adam, 230
-, Richard le, 16

Rouspere, see Rusper, Sussex

Rout, Peter, 247

Routhe, John, 264

Rownhey, Nicholas, 210

Ruddok:
-, Alan, 4
-, Cecily wife of Alan, 4
-, John(I), 4
-, John(II), ironmonger, 52
-, Mabel wife of John(II), 52

Rudgwick, Rodewyke, Sussex, 131

Rugge, John atte, provost of the chapel of New Alresford, 210

Rus, see Russe

Rusper, Rouspere, Sussex, rector of: John de Chelmesford, jun., 87

Russe, Rus:
-, Robert, 217
-, William, sheriff, p. 106

Russel, Russell(e):
-, Elias, sheriff, mayor, 209
-, John, customer, 54
-, John, girdler, 50
-, Richard, 128
-, Simon, clerk, 164
-, Thomas, 279
-, William, 208

Ruston, William, attorney, 194 (p. 79), 238, 243

Rustyngton, Thomas de, attorney, 115

Ruttour, John, 273

Ryche, see Rich

Ryder(e), Ridere:
-, John, chaplain, 151, 161–2
-, Robert, 123, 180
-, Robert, brewer, 151, 161–2
-, William, sheriff, pp. 134–5

Ryf, William, 119

Rykhill, Rikhull:
-, William, 146
-, William, kt., 210

Rylle, Richard, 216

Ryngwode, Nicholas, 183

Rys, Thomas, goldsmith, 12

Rysle, John, 187

Rysshe, see Rich

Rythe, John, 235, 247

S

Sabyn:
-, John, cit.&draper, 263
-, John, clerk, 263
-, John, vicar of Longhope, Glos., 263

Saddlers, see Trades&occupations

Sadeler(e), Sadeller:
-, Alice wife of John(II), 229
-, John(I), 227, 230, 232, 239
-, John(II), cit.&vintner, 229
-, John le, of Fleet Street, 85

Sadelyngstanes:
-, Agnes wife of Hugh de, 127 (p. 47)
-, Hugh de, 127 (pp. 47–8)
-, Isabel wife of Hugh de, afterwards wife of William de Quynton, kt., 127 (pp. 46–8)
-, John son of Hugh de, 127 (p. 47)

Safrey, Richard, 149

Saham, Thomas de, 117

St. Alban Wood Street, etc.:
-, property in the par. of, 32, 131, 151, 161, 185, 236
-, rector of: John Willy, 251

St. Albans, Herts., 177–8; abbey of, abbots of: Hugh, 32; Michael de Mentmore, 59, p. 19n; John de Cella, 238; Thomas de la Mare, 101; John Wheathampstead, 238

St. Albans, de Sancto Albano:
-, Thomas de, deputy-coroner, pp. 46, 48–9
-, William de, 118 (p. 39)
-, William de, chandler, 93

St. Alphage London Wall, St. Alphege, property in the par. of, 87

St. Andrew in Castle Baynard ward, see St. Andrew by the Wardrobe

St. Andrew upon Cornhulle, see St. Andrew Undershaft

St. Andrew Holborn, etc., property in the par. of, 77, 96, 112

St. Andrew Rochester, see Rochester, priory of St. Andrew at

St. Andrew Undershaft, upon Cornhulle, property in the par. of, 179

St. Andrew by the Wardrobe, in Castle Baynard ward, etc.:
-, churchwardens of, 243
-, property in the par. of, 6, 190, 209–10, 243
-, rector of: Marmaduke Kirkeby, 243

St. Antholin, St. Antonin, property in the par. of, 60, 169, 269

St. Athelburga within Bisshopesgate, see St. Ethelburga

St. Augustine in Bread Street ward, see St. Augustine Watling Street

St. Augustine Canterbury, see Canterbury, abbey of St. Augustine

St. Augustine Papey, on London Wall, property in the par. of, 255

St. Augustine Watling Street, beside St. Paul's Gate, in Bread Street ward:
-, churchwardens of, 262
-, property in the par. of, 92, 134
-, rector of: William Okeborn, 262

St. Bartholomew the Less, property in the par. of, 153

St. Bartholomew Smithfield, etc., hospital of:
-, chantry in, 209
-, masters of: Thomas Lakenham, 187; Thomas de Litlington, 9n; William Wakeryng, 209; Thomas Willy, 9n
-, renters of: Nicholas, p. xxvii; Reginald Coke, 187

St. Bartholomew Smithfield, etc., priory of:
-, canons of: John Dalemare, 190; Roger Hareden, 215
-, priors of: Hugh, 265; John Bacun, 215; Edmund de Braughyng, 115; John de Carleton, 115; Reginald Colier, 257, 265; John Kensyngton, 190; John Watford, 190, 215, 257(?)

St. Benet Gracechurch, etc., property in the par. of, 229, 254

St. Benet Paul's Wharf, atte Wodewharf, etc., property in the par. of, 59, 188

St. Benet Sherehog, in Cheap ward, etc., property in the par. of, 98, 157, 274

St. Benet atte Wodewharf, see St. Benet Paul's Wharf

St. Botolph Aldersgate, etc.:
-, parson of: Ralph Kestevene, 147
-, property in the par. of, 87, 129, 147, 156, 184, 234, 267

St. Botolph Aldgate, etc., property in the par. of, 38, 79, 108, 196

St. Botolph Billingsgate, etc., property in the par. of, 182

St. Botolph Bishopsgate, etc.:
-, jurors of, 120 (p. 42)
-, property in the par. of, 120 (p. 41), 122

St. Bride Fleet Street, etc.:
-, jurors of, 167
-, property in the par. of, 31, 85, 167, 175–6, 183, 195, 218, 237, 244, 276

St. Christopher, see Seynt Cristofre

St. Christopher le Stocks:
-, chantry at the Holy Trinity altar in, 238; chaplain of: Thomas Parker, 238
-, parishioners of, 270
-, rectors of: William Berghe, 270; William Geffrey, 270

St. Clare without Aldgate, minoresses without Algate, abbey of, abbesses of: Isabel de Gloucester, 230; Eleanor Nevill, 168(?), 230; Joan de Stokes, 9

St. Clement Eastcheap, by Candelwikestrete, property in the par. of, 121

St. Dionis Backchurch, etc.:
-, jurors of, 180
-, property in the par. of, 172, 180

St. Dunstan in the East, Tourstrete, beside the Tower, etc., property in the par. of, 26, 123, 146, 262, 268, 275

St. Dunstan in the West, in Fletestrete, property in the par. of, 27, 35, 94

St. Edmund(s), de Sancto Edmundo, Seinteamond:
-, Fulk de, sheriff, 125
-, Idonea wife of Thomas de, 181
-, Isabel wife of Thomas de, 181
-, Thomas de, 181

St. Edmund the King and Martyr, beside Grascherche, in Lumbardstrete, property in the par. of, 14, 116, 218, 233

St. Ethelburga Bishopsgate, St. Athelburga within Bisshopesgate, property in the par. of, 136

St. George Botolph Lane, beside Estchep, rector of: Walter Flethewyk, 82

St. Giles without Cripplegate, Whitcrouchestrete, etc., property in the par. of, 21, 54, 148, 150, 199, 234, 240, 242, 258

St. Giles without London, without the Bar of the Old Temple, etc., see Holborn, hospital of St. Giles in the Fields

St. Gregory by St. Paul's, property in the par. of, 57, 155

St. Helen Bishopsgate, etc., priory of:
-, prioresses of: Alice, 214; Margery Bunting, 185; Joan Parles, 214; Custance Somersete, 163, 174; Joan Waltham, 185
-, servant of the prioress: Thomas Fekenham, 214

St. James Garlickhithe, etc., property in the par. of, 15, 20

St. James Westminster, see Westminster, hospital of St. James at

St. John the Baptist Holywell, see Holywell, priory of St. John the Baptist

St. John of Jerusalem, see Clerkenwell, hospital of St. John of Jerusalem

St. John Walbrook, etc., property in the par. of, 274

St. John Zachary, etc:
-, property in the par. of, 127 (p. 46)
-, rector of: Henry Spondon, 145

St. Katherine by the Tower, hospital of, wardens of: John Harmesthorpe, 229; Robert Rolleston, 229

St. Kenelm Winchcombe, see Winchcombe, abbey of St. Kenelm at

St. Lawrence in Candelwykestrete, see St. Lawrence Pountney

St. Lawrence Jewry, etc.:
-, alleged alteration of the boundary of the par. of, 194 (p. 80)
-, Lane of, see Lawrence Lane
-, property in the par. of, 194 (pp. 79– 81), 231, 256
-, rector of, 194 (p. 80)

St. Lawrence Pountney in Candelwykestrete, etc., property in the par. of, 68, 239

St. Leonard Eastcheap, etc., property in the par. of, 17, 95

St. Leonard Foster Lane, in St. Vedast's Lane, etc.:
-, chantry of Reginald de Cauntebrigge in, 132
-, parson of: Thomas Neweton, 237

St. Magnus the Martyr, in Bridge ward:
-, chantry at the Lady altar in, 253; chaplains of: William Joynour, John Medwe, John Sotherey, 253
-, churchwardens of, 253, 279
-, property in the par. of, 109, 259, 279
-, rectors of: Davy Prys, 253; John Younge, bishop of Rochester, 279

St. Margaret Bridge Street, etc.:
-, property in the par. of, 200, 220, 253
-, rectors of: Thomas Atherston, 200; Robert Sprottesborgh, 210

St. Margaret Lothbury, etc.:
-, parishioners of, 101
-, property in the par. of, 36, 135

St. Margaret Pattens, etc.:
-, patron of: Thomas Knollis, 232
-, property in the par. of, 28, 30, 123, 172, 232
-, rectors of: William Gyles, Adam Walworthe, 232

St. Martin in Bowyrrowe, see St. Martin Ludgate

St. Martin by Candelwykstrete, see St. Martin Orgar

St. Martin le Grand, commissioners sitting at, p. xxi

St. Martin Ludgate, in Bowyrrowe, etc., property in the par. of, 72, 204, 246, 260

St. Martin Orgar, by Candelwekstrete, parson of: John Houghton, 95

St. Martin Outwich in Bisshopesgate ward, etc., property in the par. of, 163, 257

St. Martin Oxford, see Oxford, St. Martin college

St. Martin Pomary, Pomer in Ismongereslane, property in the par. of, 25

St. Martin Vintry, etc., property in the par. of, 164, 170, 189

St. Mary Abchurch, etc.:
-, property in the par. of, 3, 8, 219, 221, 227, 240, 242
-, rector of: Henry Keton, 227

St. Mary Aldermanbury:
-, alleged alteration of the boundary of the par. of, 194 (p. 80)
-, property alleged to be in the par. of, 194 (pp. 79–80)
-, property in the par. of, 105, p. xxiii rector of, 194 (p. 80)

St. Mary Aldermary, in Cordwynarstrete ward, etc., property in the par. of, 132, 251

St. Mary without Bisshopesgate, see St. Mary Spital

St. Mary le Bow, etc., property in the par. of, 2, 9, 216, 240, 242

St. Mary Chesthunt, see Cheshunt, priory of St. Mary at

St. Mary Clerkenwell, see Clerkenwell, priory of St. Mary at

St. Mary Colechurch, etc., chantry at the altar of St. Katherine in, 207; chaplain of: William Marschall, 207

St. Mary Elsyngspitell within Crepulgate, see Elsing Spital

St. Mary Fenchurch, etc., property in the par. of, 75, 123, 198, 206, 263

St. Mary at Hill, atte Hulle:
-, parishioners of, 110
-, property in the par. of, 39, 110
-, rector of: Adam de Rothele, 110

St. Mary Magdalen(e) Milk Street, etc.:
-, property in the par. of, 70, 80, 88, 151, 161, 171, 191, 193, 202–3, 205, 273
-, rector of: William Belgrave, 202

St. Mary Magdalen(e) Old Fish Street, etc., property in the par. of, 128, 149–50, 240, 242

St. Mary Magdalen Tortington, see Tortington, priory of St. Mary Magdalen at

St. Mary Mounthaw, etc., property in the par. of, 140

St. Mary Overy, de Suthewerk, etc., priory of:
-, ordinary of, 273
-, priors of: Humphrey, 251; John Botsham, 273; Henry Burton, 273; Henry Werkworthe, 241, 251; Robert Weston, 219, 221

St. Mary Somerset, etc., property in the par. of, 240, 242, 280 (p. 136)

St. Mary Spital, without Bishopsgate, (new) hospital of, priors of: pp. xv, xxiii; William, 117, 158; John Mildenhale, 192; Robert Serve, 192

St. Mary Thame, see Thame, abbey of St Mary at

St. Mary Vale Royal, see Vale Royal, abbey of St. Mary at

St. Mary Watton, see Watton, free chapel of St. Mary at

St. Mary Woborne, see Woburn, abbey of St. Mary at

St. Mary Woolchurch, etc.:
-, churchwardens of, 211
-, parson of: William Ragonell, 211
-, property in the par. of, 22–4, 41, 69, 165, 174, 211, 217, 225, 266

St. Mary Woolnoth, in Lumbardstret, etc.:
-, chantry at the Lady altar in, 219, 221; chaplains of, 219, 221
-, property in the par. of, 41, 67, 97, 213, 219, 221, 268
-, rector of: William Cachemayde, 219

St. Michael Bassishaw, etc.:
-, property in the par. of, 4, 281
-, rector of: Thomas Caysho, 140

St. Michael by Candelwykstrete, see St. Michael Crooked Lane

St. Michael atte Corne, see St. Michael le Querne

St. Michael Cornhill, etc., property in the par. of, 40, 207, 219, 221, 270

St. Michael Crooked Lane, by Candelwykstrete, etc., property in the par. of, 62, 130, 245

St. Michael in Hogenlane, see St. Michael Wood Street

St. Michael Paternoster Royal, in Riole, etc.:
-, alms granted to, 249
-, chantry of Walter Waldeschef in, 142–3; chaplains of, 142–3
-, college of, 249–50; master of: Reginald Pecok, 249–50
-, jurors of, 168
-, parishioners of, 142
-, parson of: Walter Chapeleyn, 249
-, property in the par. of, 142–3, 168, 189
-, right of burial in the church of, 249

St. Michael Queenhithe, etc.:
-, churchwardens of, 280 (pp. 135–7)
-, property in the par. of, 16, 48, 145, 159, 280 (p. 135)
-, rectors of: John Bell, 280 (pp. 135–7); Thomas Herringe, 280 (p. 136)

St. Michael le Querne, atte Corne:
-, churchwardens of, 261
-, Lady altar in, 175; custodians of: John, 175; William Goldsmyth, 175
-, property in the par. of, 87, 150, 261
-, rectors of: Thomas de Neuuton, 150; William Radclyffe, 261

St. Michael Wood Street, in Hogenlane, etc.:
-, jurors of, 120 (p. 42)
-, property in the par. of, 120 (p. 41)
-, rectors of: William de Chyntyng, 194 (p. 80); John Ive, 145, 194 (pp. 79– 81); Robert Wyssyngden, 194 (p. 80)

St. Michael, Lawrence de, kt., 250

St. Mildred Bread Street, etc., property in the par. of, 214, 235

St. Mildred Poultry, etc., property in the par. of, 29, 70, 197, 264

St. Nicholas Acon, Hacon, property in the par. of, 116, 233

St. Nicholas Cole Abbey, etc., property in the par. of, 140, 170, 240, 242

St. Nicholas Hacon, see St. Nicholas Acon

St. Nicholas Olave, etc., property in the par. of, 16, 255

St. Nicholas Shambles:
-, chantry of Nicholas Crane in, 177–8; chaplain of: Walter, 177–8
-, property in the par. of, 5, 11, 13, 76, 119, 160, 177–8, 271
-, rector of: Nicholas Voirdire (?), 177–8

St. Olave Colmanstrete, see St. Olave Old Jewry

St. Olave Hart Street, in Tower ward, etc., property in the par. of, 91, 152, 223

St. Olave Old Jewry, Colemanstrete, property in the par. of, 37

St. Olave in Tower ward, see St. Olave Hart Street

St. Pancras Lewes, see Lewes, priory of St. Pancras at

St. Pancras Soper Lane, in Westchepe, etc.:
-, churchwardens of, 260–1
-, property in the par. of, 118 (p. 38), 133, 158, 224, 250
-, rectors of: Richard Granger, 260–1, 264; John Wixton, 264

St. Paul's Cathedral:
-, canons of: John de Colcestre, 57; Roger Waltham, 250
-, dean and chapter of, 184, 186, 191, 200, 250
-, deans of: Reginald Kentwode, 250; Thomas More, 184, 186, 191; Richard Neuport, 184, 191; John Sendale, 200; Thomas Stowe, 200
-, renters of the dean&chapter, 184, 186, 191

St. Peter Bradstrete, see St. Peter le Poor

St. Peter Chertsey, see Chertsey, abbey of St. Peter

St. Peter Cornhill, property in the par. of, 179

St. Peter le Poor, Bradstrete, the Little, etc.:
-, property in the par. of, 138, 154, 186, 238
-, rector of: Henry Bever, 138, 195

St. Peter Westcheap, etc.:
-, churchwardens of, 144, 239
-, jurors of, 120 (p. 42)
-, parishioners of, 144
-, parson of: John Letbury, 144
-, property in the par. of, 120 (p. 41), 144, 149–50, 202, 240, 242
-, rector of: Henry Hamond, 239

St. Peter Westminster, see Westminster, abbey of St. Peter at

St. Peter Wood Street, etc.:
-, parishioners of, 102
-, property in the par. of, 19
-, rector of: William de Kelm, 102

St. Saviour Bermundeseye, see Bermondsey, priory of St. Saviour at

St. Sepulchre, without Neugate, etc.:
-, property in the par. of, 7, 18, 47, 64, 125–6, 137, 139, 141, 187, 241, 248
-, vicars of: Walter Honyngton, 248; William Stotevyle, 139

St. Sexburga Shepeye, see Sheppey, Isle of, priory of St. Sexburga at

St. Stephen Coleman Street, etc.:
-, parishioners of, 166
-, property in the par. of, 166

St. Stephen Walbrook, etc.:
-, parson of: William de Stanesfeld, 10
-, property in the par. of, 10, 240, 242

St. Stephen Westminster, see Westminster, chapel of St. Stephen

St. Swithin London Stone, Candelwykstrete, etc., property in the par. of, 67, 97, 181, 226, 268

St. Thomas of Acon, the Martyr, etc., hospital of:
-, master&brethren of, 247
-, masters of: Thomas de Berkhamstede, 93; William Bovyngdon, 216

St. Vedast Foster Lane, in Westchepe:
-, chantry in, 87
-, parishioners of, 87
-, property in the par. of, 12, 162
-, rectors of: Henry Broun, 244; Thomas de Fagham, 87; Robert Felton, 244

Salesbury:
-, John de, 32
-, John, goldsmith, 131
-, Juliana wife of William de, 22–4
-, William de, fishmonger, 22–4

Salisbury, 9th earl of, see Nevill, Richard

Salle:
-, Edmund(I), 189, 191, 224, 235
-, Edmund(II), cit.&draper, 262
-, John, 158, 165, 174
-, Katherine wife of Edmund(II), 262

Sallomon, Richard, 278

Sallowe, Thomas, 93

Salman:
-, John, 192
-, Solomon, cit.&mercer, 205

Salt, John, 267

Salter, John, 184, 234

Salters, see Trades&occupations

Samewelle, John de, 125

Sampson, John, 257

Sancto Albano, de, see St. Albans

Sancto Edmundo, de, see St. Edmund

Sandwich, Sandewych, Sandwych:
-, John, 142–3, 145, 164, 169–70, 173
-, Ralph de, warden of the City, 125

Santon:
-, John, gentleman, 267
-, Thomas, 180

Santon's tenement, 267

Sapurton, John, 187

Saracen's Head, le Sarsynesheud, tenement called, 264

Saunder, Thomas, churchwarden of St. Michael Queenhithe, 280 (p. 136)

Saunford, Edmund de, 28

Savage:
-, Maud wife of William, 167
-, William, 167

Say, Ralph, 255

Saykyn, John, 240

Saywell, Thomas, alias Saywill, 280 (pp. 235–7)

Scalton, Robert, 206

Scarborough, Skarbrough:
-, Stephen, 274
-, William, 249

Schire, see Shire

Schireborn, see Shirbourne

Schriggeley, Geoffrey de, master of Burton Lazars, 235

Scot, Scott(e):
-, Thomas, 235, 249
-, Thomas, sheriff, pp. 123–4, 126

Scot&lot, see Legal matters

Scrangham, Scrayngham, Richard, 241, 248

Scriveners, see Trades&occupations

Searle, see Serle

Secheford, Seccheford:
-, Albin father of Andrew de, 87
-, Andrew de, 87
-, Gilbert brother of Andrew de, 87
-, Henry de(I), 87
-, Henry(II) brother of Andrew de, 87
-, Henry(III) son of Henry de(II), 87
-, Joan wife of Albin (de), 87
-, John, 150
-, Margery wife of Andrew de, 87
-, Sarah wife of Andrew de, 87

Seersam, Thomas, 246

Seggesford, Hugh, alias Waltham, 129

Seincher, Reginald, 40

Seinteadmond, see St. Edmund

Selbye, Thomas, 280 (p. 136)

Seler, Richard atte, 123

Self, William, 207, 226

Sely:
-, John (chaplain, or cit.?), 151, 161n
-, John, sheriff, pp. 64–5
-, Simon, 258, 273

Seman:
-, Bartholomew, 223
-, Simon, 227, 229
-, Simon, sheriff, p. 102

Sendale, John, dean of St. Paul's, 200

Senesterre:
-, Alice wife of John, 165
-, John, brewer, 165

Septem fontibus, de, see Setfountaine

Sergeaunt, John, 232

Serjeants at mace, see Grafton, John; Welles, Gilbert; Whitridge, Jasper; see also Sheriffs: serjeants of

Serle, Searle:
-, John, 234, 236
-, Ralph, renter of St. Paul's, 191
-, Richard, 148, 199
-, William, 257

Servants, see Trades&occupations

Serve, Robert, prior of St. Mary Spital, 192

Setele:
-, Felicia wife of Simon, 124
-, Simon, 124

Setfountaine, de Septem fontibus:
-, Geoffrey (de), warden of the hospital of St. Giles, 183, 188–9
-, William de, warden of the hospital of St. Giles, 235

Setter, see Trades&occupations

Sevehodes Lane, 231

Sewell, Sewele, Sewale:
-, Alice wife of Thomas(II), 3
-, Simon, 191, 193, 202–3, 205, 224, 234, 236
-, Thomas(I), 120 (p. 41)
-, Thomas(II), bureller, 3

Sewers, 11

Seymor(e):
-, Richard de, kt., 154
-, Thomas de, kt., 31, 154

Seynt Cristofre, William de, 217

Seynte Laurenslane, see Lawrence Lane

Seynter, Nicholas le, 192

Shadeworthe, John, warden of the mystery of Mercers, 257

Shambles, the, 271

Sharne (?), Richard, 277

Sharp, Henry, 130

Shawe:
-, Christopher, 280 (p. 136)
-, Francis, 277
-, John, cit.&vintner, 247
-, Robert, 280 (p. 136)

Shayl, Simon, 4

Shelford, Henry, deputy-coroner, p. 64

Shene, see Richmond, Surrey

Shep, Ralph, 40

Sheppey, Shepeye, Isle of, Kent, priory of St. Sexburga, prioress of: Isabel de Honyngton, 144

Sheppey, John de, prior of St. Andrew Rochester, 167

Sherborne Lane, Shitebornlane, 219

Shereman, see Sherman

Sheriffs:
-, assizes held before, pp. xi, xiv, xvi, xvii n; responsible for handing in records of, p. xii
-, clerks of, 120 (p. 42)
-, court for foreigners held before, 114, p. xi
-, first, described as, p. 52
-, house of, assizes held in, p. 52
-, juries, impanelled by, p. xviii; accused of packing, p. xxvii
-, serjeants of, 118 (p. 38), 120 (p. 42); see also Godfrey, Richard; Guldeford, Thomas de; Kayton, Robert de; Merston, Richard de; Traynel, Henry; Traynel, William; and Serjeants at mace
-, undersheriffs, p. xiii; clerk to, p. xiii; see also Anne, Alexander; Billing, Thomas; Burgoyn, Thomas; Byrkes, Roger; Cressewyk, William; Forster, John; Fortescu, John; Holtoft; Markham, John; Wilton, John

Sherlok, Shirlok, John, 187, 218

Sherman, Shereman:
-, Hamon le, 105
-, James le, 14
-, William, cook, 114

Sheryngton, Richard, 163

Ship on the Hoop, le Shippe on (of) the hoop(e), messuage called, 229, 254

Shippewrighte, Francis le, 56

Shipton, John, attorney, 262

Shipwright, see Trades&occupations

Shirbourne, Schireborn, Shyrbourne:
-, John de, deputy-coroner, pp. 1, 130
-, William de, abbot of Winchcombe, 31

Shire, Schire, Shyre:
-, Alice relict of Gregory atte, alias Norton, 41, 219
-, Gregory atte, alias Norton, 41, 219
-, Maud wife of Thomas atte, 219
-, Thomas atte, 219

Shirlok, see Sherlok

Shirwode, William, 200

Shitebornlane, see Sherborne Lane

Shobdon, Shobyndon, Philip de, 20

Shopman, John, 262, 266, 269–70

Shordich, Shordych:
-, John de, shipwright, 55
-, Robert de, 19
-, Simon de, 115

Short, William, 196

Shoveler, William, cit.&grocer, 218

Shrovesbury, John, 195

Shute, William, 277

Shyrbourne, see Shirbourne

Shyre, see Shire

Sibill, Walter, 146

Sibsay, Thomas, 169

Silkeston, Silkiston:
-, Lawrence, 123
-, Ralph, 207, 223

Silliarde, Thomas, 275

Silverton, John, 201

Silverwood, Roger, 280 (p. 136)

Simman, John, 231, 247

Siward, see Syward

Skarbrough, see Scarborough

Skegnesse:
-, Basilia wife of Richard de, 54
-, Richard de, 54

Skinners, see Trades&occupations

Skulton, Nicholas, cit., 262

Skynner(e):
-, Michael, 123
-, Thomas, sheriff, p. 133

Skyp, John, 217

Skyren, Robert, 262

Skyrne, John, 204

Slory:
-, John, 187
-, Margaret wife of John, 187

Slynge, William, 125

Smalsho(o), William, 185, 193

Smalstret(e), Adam, 186, 192, 197, 207, 217, 219, 225–6

Smart, Smert:
-, John, 172, 180
-, John, brewer, 63
-, John, gentleman, 263

Smelt, Richard, sheriff, pp. xi, 34–5

Smert, see Smart

Smith, see Trades&occupations

Smyth(e):
-, Andrew, 138, 163
-, James, attorney, 274–5, 278–9, 280 (p. 136), 281
-, John, 196, 212, 219, 222
-, Richard, 275, 277
-, Robert(I), 227, 230, 239
-, Robert(II), 274
-, Robert, attorney, 281
-, Thomas, attorney, 267
-, William, 247, 264, 266, 269

Snedenham, Richard, churchwarden of St. Augustine Watling Street, 262

Snell, John, clerk, 237

Snetesham, Thomas, 123

Snodilond, Thomas de, clerk, 110

Snowdon, Snowedon, Richard, 264, 266, 268–9

Sodaye, Austin, 277

Soham, Sampson, 140

Sois, John, saddler, 191

Sole:
-, John atte, cit., 29
-, Richard atte, 180

Somer:
-, Henry, 197, 263, 266
-, Thomas, 266

Someresford, Somerford, Richard de, 27, 72

Somersete:
-, Custance, prioress of St. Helen Bishopsgate, 163, 174
-, Robert de, tailor, 115

Somersham:
-, Alice wife of John de(II), 75
-, John de(I), 123, 196
-, John de(II), woolmonger, 75
-, Walter de, 98
-, William, 169

Somerton, Thomas, 211

Somervill, Somervylle, Somervyle, John, 161–2, 201–3, 205, 208, 214

Sone, William, 279

Sonnyng, William, 135

Soper Lane, Sopereslane, 250

Sotherey:
-, Cecily wife of John, 219, 221
-, John, 219, 221
-, John, chaplain of the chantry at the Lady altar in St. Magnus, 253

Sotherton:
-, Elizabeth wife of John, 281
-, John, of the Inner Temple, esquire, 281

Southam, William de, clerk, 94n, 119

Southewell, Henry, 258

Southfolke:
-, Elias, 208
-, Joan wife of Elias, 208

Southwark, see St. Mary Overy, priory of

Southwythum:
-, Beatrice wife of Walter de, 210
-, Walter de, of Lincs., 210

Sowdan, William, butcher, 119

Spaldyng, Spaldyngge:
-, Nicholas de, clerk, 125
-, Robert, 180

Spark(e):
-, Henry, alias Walden, 68, 73
-, Robert son of William, 68
-, William, 68

Spayn, Ralph, 245

Spaynell, John, clerk, 252

Spelman, Stephen, sheriff, p. 92

Spencer, Spenser:
-, Giles le, 60
-, John, 234, 236
-, John, sheriff, p. 132
-, Richard, warden of the mystery of Goldsmiths, 244
-, Sarah wife of Giles le, 60
-, William, 234

Sperman, Thomas, 201–3, 205

Spicer:
-, Amy wife of Richard(II), 223
-, Richard(I), 118 (p. 39)
-, Richard(II), 223

Spicers, see Trades&occupations

Spigurnel, Spigurnell:
-, Elizabeth, 152, 223
-, Ralph, kt., 152, 223
-, Thomas son of Ralph, 152

Spirecok, Spircok, Edmund, 14

Spondon, Henry, rector of St. John Zachary, 145

Spray:
-, John son of Ralph, 5, 11
-, Ralph, 5, 11
-, Thomas, 116

Sprever, Walter, 183

Sprot, Sprott:
-, Alexander, 191, 216, 227, 229, 231
-, Richard, 164

Sprottesborgh, Robert, rector of St. Margaret Bridge Street, 210

Sproxton, master John, clerk, 247

Sprynget, Philip, 137

Spurriers, see Trades&occupations

Squier, Squyer:
-, John, p. xxvii
-, William, coroner, pp. 132–3

Stable:
-, Adam, sheriff, p. 49
-, Alexander de la, 31
-, Thomas, attorney, 189, 192, 197

Stacy:
-, John, clerk, 175
-, Richard, 192, 226, 232

Stafford:
-, Hugh de, skinner, 50
-, Joan wife of Hugh de, 50
-, John, attorney, 227, 230, 232, 239–42, 245, 247–50, 252
-, John de, skinner, 50
-, Nicholas de, 50
-, Roger, 131

Stalyng, Henry, parson of All Hallows Honey Lane, 193

Stamelden, William, goldsmith, 132

Stamerford, Stephen de, 258

Stan, Ralph de, 181

Standolf, Standelf(f):
-, John, 185, 191, 222
-, master John, jun., son of John, sen., 244
-, John, sen., cit.&goldsmith, 244
-, Margery wife of Raymond, 195
-, Raymond, 195, 204

Staneford, see Stanford

Stanesfeld, William de, parson of St. Stephen Walbrook, 10

Stanesmore, George, 274

Stanford, Staneford:
-, Katherine, 231
-, Richard de, 48
-, Thomas son of William de, 68, 73
-, William de, 68, 73

Stanhope, William de, broker, 57

Stanlowe, Stannowe, Robert de, prior of Crutched Friars, 152, 223

Stant[ ], William, 183

Star, le Sterr, capital messuage called, 247

Starre, Baptist, 278

Statutes:
-, of Gloucester, pp. xv, xx, xxvi
-, of merchants, 4, 15, 70, p. xix
-, of Merton, 20 Hy. III, 246n
-, of mortmain, 144–5, 182, 197, 227, 280 (p. 137), p. xxiv; see also Legal matters: mortmain
-, of Westminster I, pp. xxiv, xxv n
-, of Westminster II, 118 (pp. 39–40), 183, pp. xx, xxii–xxiii, xxiv n, xxvi
-, of 1 Hy. IV, 258, p. xxi
-, of 1 Ric. II, pp. xx–xxi, xxvii

Staundon, Thomas de, 118 (p. 38), 157

Staunton(e):
-, Hervey de, 191
-, John, 195, 204

Stebbenheth, see Stepney, Middx.

Stephen the fat, 181

Stepney, Stebbenheth, Middx., 38

Sterr, le, see Star

Sterre:
-, Geoffrey, 83
-, John, 102, 105
-, Richard son of Geoffrey, 83

Steward, John, 257

Steware, Henry, 265

Steyndrop, Gilbert de, sheriff, p. 25

Steynton, John, 131, 171

Stile, see Style

Stockfishmongers, see Trades&occupations

Stodeye, John de, sheriff, 118 (p. 39), p. 38

Stokdale, Stokedale:
-, Thomas, 255
-, William, cit.&draper, 255

Stokes:
-, Joan de, abbess of St. Clare without Aldgate, 9
-, John, 278
-, Richard, 130

Stokesby, Juliana, 168

Stokker, John, 266, 269

Stokton:
-, Robert, 197
-, Roger, 186, 192, 211, 219

Stokyngbury:
-, Idonea wife of John de, 179
-, John de, fishmonger, 179

Stokyngton(e), William, attorney, 183, 190, 216, 222, 224

Stondon, Thomas, 133, 165–6

Stone:
-, Gilbert atte, 120 (p. 42)
-, John, 274
-, John atte, 119
-, William, 199
-, William atte, 56

Stonham, Richard, 129, 137

Stopeham, Thomas, prior of Tortington, 226

Store:
-, John, 236
-, Robert, 199

Storme, Richard, 200, 206–7, 219, 225–6

Stortford, Storteford:
-, Cecily sister of Gilbert de, 124
-, Gilbert son of John de, 124
-, John de, cit., 124
-, Laurencia wife of John de, 124
-, Margaret sister of Gilbert de, 124
-, Richard, 133, 166, 174

Stotevyle, William, vicar of St. Sepulchre, 139

Stowe, Thomas, dean of St. Paul's, 200

Strangham, Richard, 237, 246

Stratford, 38

Stratford, Robert de, 14, 116–17

Stratton, Nicholas, 194 (p. 80)

Strenger, William, 258

Strete:
-, Richard, 234
-, Walter, 191, 201–3, 208, 214–15, 224
-, William, carpenter, 183

Strethall, Stretehall, Essex, rectors of:
-, Thomas Abbott, Francis Lyndesell, 274

Strode:
-, Alice wife of John de, 79
-, John de, chandler, 79

Strokelady, William, 140, 142

Strykland:
-, Isabel wife of Walter, 254
-, Walter, esquire, 254

Style, Stile:
-, John, 280 (p. 136)
-, Richard atte, 144
-, Richard, jun., cit.&fishmonger, 260–1
-, Thomas, 265, 269

Styllyngton, Thomas, 197

Styward(e):
-, John(I), 157–8
-, John(II), 255, 266

Sudbury, Henry, 120 (p. 42), 131

Suffolk, see Helmingham

Suffolk, Thomas de, 217

Sukelyng, William, of Helmingham, 146

Sulby, Thomas, cit., 135, 138

Summoners, see Legal matters

Sun on the Hoop, le Sunne on the hope, tenement called, 253

Sunday, John, 119

Sunneman, William, 167

Surrey, see Chertsey; Dunsfold; Guildford; Richmond; Southwark; Sutton

Sussex, 116; see also Durford; Lewes; Rudgwick; Rusper; Tortington

Suthcote, John de, 115

Sutton, Surrey, 87

Sutton(e):
-, Geoffrey(I), 140
-, Geoffrey(II), 209
-, Henry de, attorney, 31, 125; deputycoroner, pp. 20, 25, 35, 37–8, 40–1, 68
-, John, 276
-, John, jun., warden of the mystery of Goldsmiths, 244
-, Robert de, loriner, 32
-, Thomas, 192, 235, 240
-, Thomas, alderman, 255
-, Thomas de, 119

Swalwe, John, 185, 194 (p. 80)

Swan, le Swanne, brewhouse called, 258

Swanlond:
-, Beatrice sister of John, wife of Walter de Southwythum, 210
-, Elizabeth wife of Thomas de, 117
-, John, cit.&draper, 210
-, Thomas de, 117

Swanne, le, see Swan

Swanton, John, 133, 163

Swayn, Richard, of Essex, 242

Sweche, Swych, Ralph atte, 190, 209

Swele, Geoffrey, of Alton, collier, 6

Swetebon, Reginald, 149, 156

Swon, Ralph, 118 (p. 39)

Swote, Robert, 42, 52

Swych, see Sweche

Swynarton, John, sheriff, p. 137

Swyneford, Richard de, 28, 30

Sydyngborne, Sydyngbourne, John, attorney, 211, 217

Symcok(e), Nicholas, attorney, 141, 151, 162, 213; deputy-coroner, 142, pp. 52, 54, 73, 82–4, 86–7, 89, 130; def. 137

Symond:
-, Alan, 209
-, John, 137, 149
-, Nicholas, 204

Syward, Siward:
-, John, pewterer, 176
-, John, sheriff, pp. 8, 44
-, Richard, 96

T

T[ ], William, 230

Tabletter, John le, 271

Tailor, Taillour:
-, Adam le, alias Eyr, 112
-, Denise wife of Adam le, alias Eyr, 112
-, John the, 254
-, Philip le, (cit.), 116, 250

Tailors, see Trades&occupations

Talbot:
-, Henry, 'squyer', 203, 205
-, Katherine wife of Henry, 203, 205

Talbroke, Thomas, 251, 261

Talleworth, see Talworth

Tallowchandler, see Trades&occupations

Talworth, Talleworth, Peter de, 46, 56

Tame, see Thame

Tanner(e):
-, John, cit.&scrivener, 243
-, William, 160, 167, 175, 192

Tanners, see Trades&occupations

Tany, John, 125

Tapelegh, John, 237

Tapicers, see Trades&occupations

Tappe, William, p. 136n

Tarent, John, draper, 92

Tatersall, Tatersell:
-, Anne relict of Robert, formerly wife of Richard Elton, 240
-, Robert, 240; sheriff, p. 100

Taverner:
-, Henry le, 85
-, Simon le, 13
-, William, 258, 265, 267

Taverners, see Trades&occupations

Taverns, see Inns&taverns

Tebaud, Peter, 146

Temese, Edmund, 118 (pp. 38–40)

Temple:
-, Richard de, prior of Holy Trinity Aldgate, 220
-, William, 167, 175

Tennente, Richard, 276

Tenter-ground, a, 181

Terry, Guy, 188–91, 235

Test(e):
-, Alice daughter of Richard, 67
-, Margery wife of Richard, alias Pageman, 67, 97
-, Richard, alias Pageman, 67, 97
-, Robert, 259, 268

Tewkesbury, Teukesbury, Teukisbury, Teukysbury, John, 204, 231, 255, 258, 261, 264–5

Thame, Oxon., abbey of St. Mary, abbot of: John Blakthorne, 248

Thame, Tame:
-, Henry de, 147
-, John de, 116–17
-, Margaret wife of Robert de(II), 179
-, Nicholas de, 137
-, Philip de, prior of the hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, 59
-, Robert de(I), 118 (p. 38)
-, Robert de(II), cit.&mercer, 179
-, William, cit., 179

Thamworth:
-, Alice mother of William, 139
-, Alice wife of John de, afterwards wife of John Potenhale, 139
-, John de, 139
-, William, 139

Thatcher, William, 276

Thomas de [ ]brigg, 115

Thomas:
-, David, 268
-, John, 266
-, Thomas, cit.&merchant tailor, 279

Thomasyn:
-, Agnes wife of Nicholas, 80
-, Nicholas, 80

Thompston, Henry, abbot of Bermondsey, 216, 222, 224

Thornbury, Richard, 264, 266

Thorneye:
-, Reginald, 148
-, William de, sheriff, 4

Thornhegg, Robert, 166

Thornton:
-, John de, 129
-, Thomas, 259

Thorold, Torold:
-, Peter, 185, 191, 193, 214–15, 222, 236
-, Richard, cooper, 131
-, Roger, 96

Thorp, Thorppe:
-, Elias de, 223
-, Elizabeth Spigurnell, daughter of Elias de, 223
-, John (de), 186, 207, 212, 217
-, Reginald, 35
-, Thomas de, clerk, 112

Thressher, John, 189

Thunderlee:
-, Alexander de, 3
-, Joan wife of Alexander de, 3

Thuresle, Thomas, 230

Thwyford, see Twyford

Thyrlewall, William, 225

Tidi, see Tydy

Tiffeld, see Tyffeld

Tiffyn, John, cutler (?), 281n

Tiler, see Trades&occupations

Timbermonger, see Trades&occupations: woodmongers

Tin, a piece of, taken as a distress, 265

Title, see Legal matters

Tolesane, Robert, cit., 70

Tollyngton, John, 234

Tomkyns, Thomas, 277

Tommes, John, 276

Topclif, William, 164

Toppesfeld:
-, Richard de, cutler, 49
-, Stephen, 194 (p. 80)

Torell, Thomas, esquire, 252

Torgold, Walter, 208–9

Tornegold, John, 35

Torold, see Thorold

Tortington, Tortyngton, Sussex, priory of St. Mary Magdalen at, prior of: Thomas Stopeham, 226

Tot, see Totte

Totehale, brother William de, 202

Totenham:
-, John de, carpenter, 33
-, John son of Nicholas de, 1
-, Mary sister of William, 1
-, Maud sister of William, 1
-, Nicholas de, 1
-, Richard de, alias Grome, cit.&currier, 258
-, William son of Nicholas de, 1

Totte, Tot, Tutte, John, 138, 163, 174

Totyng, Toting, Richard de, brewer, 120 (p. 41)

Toucestre, John, 258

Touker, John, 248

Tour, Roger atte, 69–70

Tower of London, 209; eyres held at, see Legal matters: eyres

Tower Street, Tourstrete, 262

Tower, Towre, ward, jurors of, 277–8

Town clerk, see Common clerk

Trades&occupations:
-, apothecaries, 115, 179
-, armourers, 9, 101, 194 (p. 79), 244, 246, 248, 256, 262
-, bakers, brownbakers, 1, 76, 275n
-, barbers, 13, 125, 176, 210, 263
-, barber-surgeon, 229
-, beadles, 84, 105
-, beadmaker, 175
-, bookbinder, 35
-, bottlemaker, 175
-, brewers, 50, 92, 120 (p. 41), 151, 161, 165, 176, 197, 211, 238, 243, 246, 280 (p. 136)
-, broderers, 120 (p. 41), 204
-, broker, 57
-, burellers, 3, 67
-, butchers, 17, 38, 119, 136, 177–8
-, cappers, 179, 202, 246
-, carpenters, 33, 44, 87, 115, 183
-, chandlers, 18, 79, 93, 96, 136, 138, 145
-, collier, 6
-, cooks, 23, 33, 114–15
-, coopers, 136, 218
-, cordwainers, 7, 32, 40, 42, 55, 92, 102, 114–15, 132, 144, 280 (p. 136)
-, cornmonger, 80
-, corser, 137
-, curriers, 192, 258
-, customer, 54
-, cutlers, 49, 175, 215, 225, 279, 281n
-, drapers, 40, 92, 101–2, 116, 120 (pp. 41–2), 130, 134, 157, 174, 182, 196, 210, 219, 237, 240, 255, 262–3, 266
-, dyers, 37, 240
-, 'ferron', 'ferrour', 181, 243
-, fishmongers, freshfishmonger, 22, 48, 79, 82, 89–90, 99, 109, 121, 137, 159, 179, 182, 211, 235, 260, 267, see also under stockfishmongers
-, fuster, 185
-, girdlers, 37, 50, 240, 256
-, glovers, 192, 256
-, goldbeater, 125
-, goldsmiths, 7, 12, 27, 35, 84, 100, 102, 105, 120 (p. 41), 125, 127 (p. 46), 128, 131–2, 134, 144, 201, 209, 233, 244, 255, 261, 263
-, grinder, 'grynder', 141
-, grocers, 140, 189, 211, 218, 235, 237, 241, 247, 255, 264, 268, 272
-, haberdashers, 12
-, hatters, 12, 115, 216
-, horner, 72
-, ironmongers, 52, 98, 243, 246, 254, 268, 275
-, jeweller, 204
-, joiner, 20
-, leatherdyer, 166
-, limner, 267
-, lombards, 98
-, loriners, 32, 127 (p. 46), 129
-, maltmonger, 172
-, mariner, 146
-, marshals, 92, 261
-, mason, 267
-, mercers, 2, 25, 51, 89–90, 127 (p. 46), 179, 196–7, 205, 211, 217, 226, 231, 243, 247, 249, 252, 257, 260–1, 264, 266, 273
-, merchant tailors, 279, 279n, 281n
-, merchants, 46, 210, 247, 253
-, moneyer, 91
-, painters, 179, 236
-, pewterers, 134, 176
-, piebaker, 174
-, pinners, 190, 237, 248
-, plumber, 121
-, porter, 18
-, potters, 179, 223
-, pouchmakers, 169, 226
-, poulters, 69, 177–8
-, saddlers, 19, 32, 94, 120 (p. 41), 127 (p. 46), 144, 191
-, salters, 265, 280 (p. 135)
-, scriveners, court-hand writers, 243, 274, 276, 278
-, servants, 20, 48, 85, 214, 231, 246
-, setter, 228
-, shipwright, 55
-, skinners, 'felmonger', 44, 50, 60, 96, 114, 194 (p. 79), 233, 270, 275n
-, smith, 197
-, spicers, 3, 35, 115
-, spurriers, 72, 204
-, stockfishmongers, 109, 180
-, tailors, 6, 14, 57, 88, 101, 115, 122
-, tallowchandler, 138
-, tanners, 177–8
-, tapicers, 43, 94, 180
-, taverners, 2, 87, 163
-, tiler&bricklayer, 280 (p. 135)
-, vintners, 7, 15, 20, 66, 168, 229, 247, 278
-, waxchandlers, 121, 279n
-, weavers, 64, 254
-, woodmongers, timbermonger, 168, 209, 243
-, woolmen, woolmongers, 28, 30, 67, 75, 123, 254, 268
-, woolworker, 91

Traiere, Adam le, 39, 45

Transall, William, attorney, 229

Trap, Hugh, 262

Traynel, Traynell:
-, Henry, sheriff's serjeant, 161
-, William, sheriff's serjeant, 183, 213

Tregillowe, John, 184, 234

Trenthevek, Michael, 165

Trespass, see Legal matters

Treswell, Nicholas, 276

Trevistan, William, 273

Trevysa, Ralph, 126

Trewell, Robert, chaplain, 246

Triple, Tryple:
-, John de, 99
-, William, 170

Trygg:
-, John, cit.&fishmonger, 211
-, Juliana wife of William, 211
-, William, cit.&fishmonger, 211

Tryple, see Triple

Tucker, John, 276

Tudenham, William de, mercer, 49; sheriff, p. 35

Tue, sir John de, 181

Turk:
-, Andrew, 28, 30, 113
-, Juliana wife of Andrew, 28, 30
-, Margaret wife of Richard, sen., 84
-, Nicholas, 188, 190, 209
-, Richard, jun., 113
-, Richard, sen., 84, 113

Turnell, William, 185, 193

Turnour, William, 198, 206

Turvey, John, 187

Tutford, Tutteford, Richard, 207, 212

Tutte, see Totte

Tuttebury, John de, 47

Tutteford, see Tutford

Twyer:
-, Elias, 238
-, Robert, 186, 217, 219, 225
-, William, 238

Twyford, Thwyford:
-, John, 161
-, Nicholas de, sheriff, p. 52

Tyce, John, 232

Tydy, Tidi, Roger, 69–70

Tye:
-, [ ], 262
-, John, 207

Tyffeld, Tiffeld:
-, John de, spicer, 35
-, Walter de, 115

Tylere, Gilbert le, 125

Tylney, Francis, attorney, 280 (p. 136), 281

Tymberton (?), William, 263

Tyrrell, William, 274

Tythynglomb, William (de), poulter, 69–70

U - V

Ullescompe, see Ollescomp

Ulveston, John, 255

Underhill(e), William, 258, 266, 268–9

Undersheriffs, see Sheriffs: undersheriffs

Underwode, Adam, 141

Unicorn on the Hoop, le Unicorne super le Hope, messuage called, 255

Uske, John, abbot of Chertsey, 228

Utrum, see Legal matters

Uxbridge, Woxebrugg, Middx., 53

Vache, John de, 259, 262

Vale Royal, Ches., abbey of St. Mary, prior of: John, 183

Venour, William, sheriff, pp. 87, 90

Vicary, Vykery:
-, Richard, 261
-, Robert, 265

Vielle, Vyell:
-, Joan, 208
-, John, 265

Vigne, Vygne, Vyne:
-, Andrew son of Andrew, 232
-, Andrew son of Thomas atte, 232
-, Geoffrey son of Thomas atte, 232
-, Peter, alias Hattere, 232
-, Peter atte, 26
-, Philip atte, 129, 147, 156
-, Thomas atte, woolmonger, 30, 232
-, Thomas son of Thomas atte, 232
-, William, 151, 161–2

Vintners, see Trades&occupations

Virly, Thomas, alias Girdeler, alias Cosyn, cit., 249

Voirdire (?), Nicholas, rector of St. Nicholas Shambles, 177–8

Vyell, see Vielle

Vygne, see Vigne

Vykery, see Vicary

Vyncent, Richard, 208

Vyne, see Vigne

Vyvion, Thomas, 115

W

Wadham, John, 146

Wake, William, chaplain of the chantry of Walter Waldeschef in St. Michael Paternoster Royal, 142

Wakele(e):
-, Maud wife of John(II), 163
-, John(I), sheriff, pp. 82, 84–7, 89
-, John(II), taverner, 163

Wakeryng, William, master of the hospital of St. Bartholomew, 209

Walcote, Walcott:
-, Bertram, executor of John Walcote, 255
-, Christine wife of John(II), 255
-, Humphrey, 274
-, John(I), 180
-, John(II), cit. (& draper), 157, 208, 255
-, Robert de, 68
-, Thomas brother of Robert de, 68

Walden(e), Waldern(e):
-, Adam de, 68, 73
-, Henry, alias Spark, 68, 73
-, John, 262
-, John de, 93
-, Nicholas, cit.&draper, 262
-, Thomas de, chamberlain, 80
-, Thomas de, cordwainer, 40
-, Walter, 161, 171
-, William, draper, 120 (p. 41)
-, William, sheriff, pp. 73, 83–4

Waldeschef:
-, Joan daughter of Walter, 142; her son Walter Rideware, 142
-, Joan wife of Walter, 142
-, Walter, cit., 142–3

Waldo, Lawrence, 280 (p. 136)

Waleworth, see Walworth

Waleys:
-, Austin le, of Uxbridge, clerk, 53
-, Henry (le), cit., 202, p. xviii n
-, Maud wife of Austin le, 53

Walkelyn, Peter, 50

Walker:
-, John(I), 259
-, John(II), 280
-, Maurice, 275

Walleworth, see Walworth

Walpol(e):
-, Adam, 32
-, John, 202, 215
-, John, attorney, 267
-, Robert de, 73

Walrond, Roger, 281

Walshman on the hoop, le, tenement called, 246

Walssh:
-, Agnes wife of John(II), 222
-, John(I), 129, 137, 160
-, John(II), 222

Walsyngham:
-, John, 133
-, Nicholas, warden of the mystery of Mercers, 257

Walter, Robert son of, 209

Walter, the chaplain, 181

Walter, William, 262, 266, 268–70

Waltham:
-, Agnes relict of Walter de, 82
-, Hugh, alias Seggesford, 129
-, Hugh de, cit., 151
-, Joan, prioress of St. Helen Bishopsgate, 185
-, Joan relict of Stephen de, 130
-, John, 231
-, John, brewer, 197
-, Richard, 184, 234, 267
-, Roger, canon of St. Paul's, 250
-, Stephen de, cit., 130
-, Walter de, cit.&fishmonger, 82

Walton:
-, Nicholas, 232
-, William, 236, 240, 247, 261, 267

Walworth(e), Waleworth, Walleworth:
-, Adam, rector of St. Margaret Pattens, 232
-, John, 167
-, Richard, 195, 204, 218
-, William, 245
-, William, sheriff, pp. 46, 48; kt.&cit., 210

Wandesford, Thomas, sheriff, p. 101

Wangford, Roger, 211

Wappenham:
-, Isabel wife of William de, 72
-, William de, spurrier, sen., 72

Ward(e):
-, John, 196
-, John, sheriff, pp. xii n, 41
-, Roger, 201, 208–9, 214–15
-, Stephen, 135

Warderober, Robert, 97

Wardon, John, 120 (p. 42)

Wardship, see Legal matters

Ware:
-, Agnes relict of Luke de, 271
-, Henry de, 37, 78, 101
-, Hugh de, 159, 170
-, master John, clerk, canon of St. Stephen Westminster, 252
-, John de(I), 271
-, John de(II), 114, 130, 180
-, Juliana wife of Thomas(III), 34
-, Luke de, 271
-, Richard de, abbot of Westminster, 159
-, Robert de, 34
-, Simon de, 135
-, Thomas de(I), attorney, 3, 6, 7, 10, 18–21, 27, 35, 37, 40–1, 46, 48, 61–2, 65, 125, p. 15
-, Thomas de(II), baker, 76
-, Thomas(III) son of Robert de, 34
-, William de, 210, 248
-, William de, fishmonger, 99

Warehouse, 273

Warhilton, Richard, 232

Warmyngton:
-, Edward, 264, 266, 269
-, Edward, cit.&grocer, 268
-, Richard, chaplain, 210
-, Richard de, 146

Warner, Thomas, 156

Warren:
-, John, 276
-, Nicholas, 281

Warter, William, 244

Waryn, John, 262

Waryner, Thomas, 129

Water, Watre:
-, Adam atte, 160
-, John atte, 247, see also Attewater
-, Robert, 167, 175
-, William atte, cit.&barber-surgeon, 229

Water, draining from houses, 35

Waterman:
-, John, of Newport, Essex, 252
-, Margaret wife of John, 252

Watford, Watteford, John, prior of St. Bartholomew Smithfield, 190, 215, 257 (?)

Watlington, Watlyngton, Robert, attorney, 127 (p. 46), 177–8

Watre, see Water

Watson:
-, Francis, 278
-, John, attorney, 274
-, William, 277

Watteford, see Watford

Watton, Watton atte Stone, Herts., free chapel of St. Mary at, chaplain of the Aguylon chantry in: John Woderove, 181

Waxchandlers, see Trades&occupations

Waynflete, William, bishop of Winchester, 273

Wayte:
-, Alice wife of John le, 72
-, John le, 72
-, Richard, 133, 158, 171

Weavers, see Trades&occupations

Webbe:
-, Mary wife of Michael, 178
-, Michael, 178

Webster, John, 276

Wedyhale:
-, John, 247
-, Richard, 231

Wegayn, see Wygayn

Wegge, Thomas, 199

Welby, Richard, 281

Welde:
-, William, abbot of St. Augustine Canterbury, 197
-, William de, draper, 101

Well(e):
-, Simon atte, 234
-, Richard atte, 91
-, Thomas att, of Aylesbury, 229
-, William atte, 91

Welleford, Henry, 219

Welles, see Wells

Wellesbourne, Richard, deputy-coroner, p. 64

Wellom(e), Richard, 183, 190, 218

Wells, Welles:
-, Gilbert, serjeant at mace, 278n, 279n
-, John, agent of the prioress of Holywell, 198–9, 206

Welyngton:
-, Thomas son of Walter, 206
-, Walter, 206

Wengrave, John de, mayor, recorder, deputy-coroner, pp. xvii n, 130

Wenlok, Walter de, 217

Werk(e), John, 258, 261, 265, 267

Werkworthe, Henry, prior of St. Mary Overy, 241, 251

West:
-, John, p. 12
-, John, chaplain, 247
-, Walter, 138
-, William, 42
-, William, agent of the prior of St. John of Jerusalem, 202

West Smithfield, Westsmythefeld, 115

Westbye, Titus, 280 (p. 136)

Westchep(e), see Cheapside

Westminster, abbey of St. Peter at, abbots of: Thomas (de Henley?), 159; Nicholas Litlington, 157, 159, 169, 173; Richard de Ware, 159

Westminster, chapel of St. Stephen within the palace of:
-, canons of: John Ware, Robert Foulmer, 252
-, chantry in, 252
-, dean&college of, 252
-, dean of: John Prentys, 252

Westminster, hospital of St. James at:
-, chapter of, 125
-, masters of, 88; Robert de Holden, 125; Henry de Pyrle, 125; William de Weston, 88n

Weston:
-, Elias de, 129
-, Idonea wife of John de, 117
-, Joan wife of William(I), 219, 221
-, Joan wife of William de, 44
-, John, 186
-, John de, 117
-, Richard de, goldsmith, 120 (pp. 41–2)
-, Robert, prior of St. Mary Overy, 219, 221
-, Rose wife of Richard de, 120 (pp. 41–2)
-, William(I), 192, 197, 207, 211, 217, 219, 221, 225
-, William(II), 275
-, William, chaplain of the chantry at the Lady altar in St. Mary Woolnoth, 219, 221
-, William de, carpenter, 44
-, William de, master of the hospital of St. James Westminster, 88n

Westsmythefeld, see West Smithfield

Westwode:
-, John, 257
-, William son of John, 257

Westwyk, William de, chaplain, 16

Westyerd, John, 184

Whaplode, Whappelode:
-, Peter, 146
-, Robert, 227, 230
-, Robert, jun., 229

Whatton, Thomas, prior of Crutched Friars, 223

Wheathampstead, John, abbot of St. Albans, 238

Whelpele, William, 131, 148–9, 161

Whitbarowe, John, 273

Whitby, Whiteby:
-, Henry, 183
-, Isabel wife of Henry, 183
-, John, 126

Whitcherche, Thomas, 177

Whitcrouchestrete, see Whitecross Street

White, Whyte:
-, Francis, 281
-, Geoffrey, 238
-, Robert, fishmonger, 82
-, Thomas, cit.&armourer, 262

White Bull on the Hoop, le Whyte Bole super le hope, messuage called, 255

White Seld, tenement called, 19

Whiteby, see Whitby

Whitecross Street, Whitcrouchestrete, 233

Whitefeld, John de, 125

Whitlock, Thomas, 276

Whitridge, Jasper, serjeant at mace, 281n

Whittington, see Whityngton

Whitton, Thomas, 195

Whityng:
-, John, 166
-, Lettice wife of Robert(II), 166
-, Robert(I), 135
-, Robert(II), leatherdyer, 166
-, William, 166

Whityngham, Whytingham:
-, Robert (cit.&draper, alderman), 237, 255, 263, 266
-, Thomas, 263

Whityngton, Whittington, Richard, cit. & mercer, mayor, 249; executors of, 249; college founded by, 249

Whyte, see White

Whyte Bole super le hope, le, see White Bull on the Hoop

Whyteberd, John, 225

Whytingham, see Whityngham

Widowhood, see Legal matters

Wife, see Legal matters

Wilbraham, Wylbraham, Thomas, coroner, 281n, pp. 134–5, 137

Willesdon:
-, Agnes wife of Richard(II), 138
-, Richard(I), 135
-, Richard(II), tallowchandler, 138

William of London, clerk, 181

Williamson, Christopher, 278

Wills, see Legal matters

Willy:
-, John, rector of St. Alban Wood Street, 251
-, Thomas, master of the hospital of St. Bartholomew, 9n

Willyam, John, 270

Wilteshire, see Wiltshire

Wilton, Wylton, John, undersheriff, 254–5, pp. xiii n, 108n, 118n

Wiltshire, Wilteshire:
-, Alice wife of John, 272
-, John, grocer, 272, p. 56

Winchcombe, Wynchecombe, Glos., abbey of St. Kenelm at, abbots of: Richard de Idbury, William de Schireborn, 31

Winchester, bishops of: William Edendon, 117; William Waynflete, 273; William Wykeham, 210; seal of, 114

Wiseman, John, 281

Witawier, Michael, 192

Withiale, John, churchwarden of St. Peter Westcheap, 239

Witnesses, see Legal matters

Wixton, John, rector of St. Pancras Soper Lane, 264

Woburn, Woborne, Beds., abbey of St. Mary, abbot of: William Manepenny, 188

Wode:
-, Christopher, 269
-, Henry atte, 171
-, Thomas atte, 188–90, 215

Wodebourn, Richard, 247

Wodeby, Roger, 208

Wodecok, Wodecokke, see Woodcocke

Wodeford, see Woodford, Essex

Wodehous, Wodhous:
-, Adam de, 40
-, John, esquire, 266
-, John de, 40
-, William, cit.&skinner, 270; sheriff, p. 50

Wodehyll, Wodhull:
-, Agnes wife of Robert, 121
-, John, clerk, 155
-, Robert, fishmonger, 121
-, William, 155

Wodelond, Walter, kt., 74

Wodere:
-, Agnes daughter of John le(II), wife of Richard Wynter, 8
-, Evelyn sister of Robert le, 8; her son Thomas, 8
-, John le(I), 8
-, John(II) brother of Robert le, 8
-, Juliana sister of Robert le, 8
-, Robert le, 8

Woderove, John, chaplain of the free chapel of St. Mary Watton, 181

Woderton, Edward, 143

Wodeward, William, 223

Wodhous, see Wodehous

Wodhull, see Wodehyll

Wodnesburgh, John, prior of Christchurch Canterbury, 231, 245

Wokkyng, Geoffrey, 123

Wolchirchehawe:
-, Joan daughter of William de, wife of Geoffrey de Norton, 41
-, William de, 41
-, William son of William de, 41

Wolfeye, John, 148

Wolley, Henry, 278–9

Wolsale(?), John, cit.&draper, 263

Women, as parties in pleas of assize, see Legal matters

Woodcocke, Wodecok, Wodecokke:
-, Henry, court-hand writer, 274
-, John(I), 257
-, John(II), 233–4
-, Richard, 185, 193

Woodford, Wodeford, Essex, 108

Woodmongers, see Trades&occupations

Woodnett, Thomas, 279

Woolmen, woolmongers, woolworkers, see Trades&occupations

Wor[ ], John, 234

Worrall, James, 281

Worstede, John, 120 (p. 42)

Worthe, John de, kt. 154

Wose:
-, Maud wife of Robert atte, 55
-, Robert atte, 55

Wotton:
-, John, 185, 191, 193, 226
-, Nicholas, sheriff, pp. 93–4, 96
-, Rose wife of John, 226

Woxebrugg, see Uxbridge, Middx.

Wrastlyngworth:
-, Christine wife of John, 151; her sister Katherine, 151
-, John, 151; his son Hugh de Waltham, 151; his brother John Dykes, 151

Wrenche, Richard, attorney, 278

Wright:
-, John, 281
-, William, 261
-, William, clerk, 228

Writs:
-, appointing deputy-coroners, p. xvii n to bring in the record of assizes, 48n, 116n, 125n, 202n, p. 126n
-, de capcione et detencione, 241
-, de capiendo, 70
-, of certiorari, 281
-, to deliver seisin, 278n, 279n, 280n, 281n
-, of dower, 3
-, of elegit, 20, pp. xix n, xxvii, 132n, 134n
-, of error, 202n, pp. xvi, xxi, 56, see also Husting: actions by writ of error in
-, of ex gravi querela, 116
-, of extendi facias, 70
-, of fieri facias, p. xxvi
-, of gavelet, p. xviii
-, of nullatenus procedatis, 6
-, de procedendo, 118 (p. 38), 128, 150, 181, 281, p. xxii
-, de procedendo ad iudicium, 128, 181, p. xxii
-, of protection, 68n, 116n
-, of replevin (de namiis iniuste captis), p. xix
-, returnable in Exchequer, 123
-, of right, 119, 120 (p. 42), 152, 223, 246, p. xviii
-, de supersedendo, 118 (pp. 38, 40)

Wroth(e):
-, John, cit., p. xxvii n
-, John, sheriff, p. 25

Wrotham, Richard, 133, 157–8, 165–6, 174

Wursop, John, 236

Wych(e):
-, Hugh, sheriff, p. 120
-, Thomas, 230, 232
-, Thomas atte, 117

Wychyngham, Geoffrey de, sheriff, p. 8

Wydden, Richard de, cooper, 136

Wydemere, see Wydmere

Wyderton, Edward, 272

Wydmere, Wydemere, John, 145, 159, 164, 170, 173

Wygayn, Wegayn, John de, 96, 112

Wyght:
-, Ellen wife of Robert de, 112
-, John, 165–6
-, Robert de, 112

Wykeham, William, bishop of Winchester, 210

Wykes:
-, Joan wife of John, 187
-, John, 187, 195, 204

Wylbraham, see Wilbraham

Wylnale:
-, Elizabeth wife of John, 268
-, John, or Guy, cit.&ironmonger, 268

Wylton, see Wilton

Wymond, Henry, 4

Wymondham, Peter, 230

Wympler, Simon, 170

Wyncestre, see Wynchestre

Wynchecombe, see Winchcombe, Glos.

Wynchecomb(e), Wynchecoumbe:
-, Agnes wife of Richard de, 101, 104
-, Alice relict of Simon, 194 (pp. 79–80)
-, John, 157–8, 165–6, 174
-, Richard de, armourer, 101, 104
-, Simon, cit.&armourer, 194 (pp. 79– 80); sheriff, p. 72

Wynchestre, Wyncestre:
-, Isabel de, 177–8
-, John de, 32
-, Ralph de, 122
-, Sabine wife of Walter de, 7
-, Walter de, cordwainer, 7

Wyndesore:
-, Katherine wife of Roger de, 60
-, Roger de, 60

Wynewyk, John de, p. 6

Wynkefeld, John, kt., 145

Wynter, Wyntre:
-, Agnes wife of Richard(I), 8
-, Margery daughter of Richard(I), wife of Richard atte Clay, 8
-, Richard(I), 8
-, Richard(II), 182

Wynterton, Geoffrey de, 28, 30

Wynton':
-, Agnes daughter of John de, wife of John de Drayton, 14
-, Francis son of John de, 14
-, Isabel daughter of John de, 14
-, Joan relict of John de, wife of Robert de Holewelle, 14
-, John de, barber, 14
-, Robert son of John de, 14
-, Solomon son of John de, 14

Wyntre, see Wynter

Wyrhale:
-, Joan wife of John(II), afterwards wife of Simon Bonde, 127 (p. 47)
-, Joan wife of Richard (II), 127 (p. 48)
-, John de(I), 110
-, John(II), son of Richard de(I), 127 (pp. 47–8)
-, John(III), goldsmith, son of John(II), 127 (pp. 46–8)
-, Lawrence son of Richard(II), 127 (pp. 47–8)
-, Richard de(I), 127 (pp. 47–8)
-, Richard(II) son of Richard de(I), 127 (pp. 47–8)

Wysbech, John, 204

Wyssh, Thomas, 223

Wyssyngden, Robert, rector of St. Michael Wood Street, 194 (p. 80)

Wyssyngsete, Wyssyngesete:
-, John, 184, 267
-, Margery wife of John, 184

Wytham, Thomas, 255

Wyther, William, clerk, chaplain, 263

Wythom, William, 180

Wytoft, John, saddler, 120 (p. 41)

Wytton, Thomas, 194 (p. 80), 204

Y

Yakeslee, John, 147

Yardley, Yerdeleye, Herts., 196

Yeomans, John, 277

Yerdele, John, 145, 168

Yerdeleye, see Yardley, Herts.

Younge, Yong(e):
-, John, bishop of Rochester, rector of St. Magnus, 279
-, Thomas(I), 173
-, Thomas(II), 272, 275, 278–9
-, William, 126
-, William le, 19



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