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'Index: B', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 10: January-June 1536 (1887), pp. 545-556. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75443 Date accessed: 21 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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B., A., 300.

Babington (Babyngton), Sir Anthony, 475, 787.

-, -, letter from, 787.

-, -, his wife, 787.

-, Anth., 475.

-, John, Cromwell's servant, son of Sir Ant., 787.

-, Rowland, brother to Sir Ant., 475.

Babthorp, Wm., 721 (5):—g. 777 (10).

Babylon (Babilony), 600.

Babyngton. See Babington.

Bacon (Bakon), Wra., 97.

Baddesley (Badsley), Hants, and Mayne, Dors., preceptory of, commander of. See Dingley, Sir Thos.

Baddyngham. See Bedingham.

Baden, Margrave of, and his son, 458 (p. 186).

Badsley. See Baddesley.

Bagdad (Bagadate, Bagadem), in Asia, 600, 946.

Bageworth, Giles, 693 iii.

Baggington (Bakyngton), Warw., 1259.

Bailly, Ric., 1257 ii.

Baker, John, attorney of the Duchy of Lancaster, 337.

Baker, John, g. 1015 (7).

-, Ric., 727.

-, -, his wife and children, 727.

-, (qu. Ric. ?), 312, 672.

-, -, his wife, 312.

Bakon. See Bacon.

Bakons, manor of, Essex, g. 1015 (30).

Bakster. See Baxter.

Bakton, Wm., 1226.

Bakyngton. See Baggington.

Baldwin (Baldewyne), Sir John, chief justice of the Common Pleas, 598, 848, 876:—g. 1015 (2, 4).

Baldwin (Bawdewyn), John, prior of North Ferriby, 364 (p. 139).

- (Bauldewen), Ric., chaplain, 1187 (1, 2).

Balerd, Wm., 1170.

Balgriffen, in Ireland, 1048.

Balley, Mr., 762.

Ballysax (Balysax) Castle, in Ireland, 1236.

Balsoriensis (?) Episcopus. See Bath, bp. of.

Baltazar, —, 999.

Baltic kingdoms. See Denmark and Sweden.

Bamborough, cell of, Nthld., 364 (p. 142), 1238.

Bampton, Oxon, 1205.

Banbury, Oxon, 804, 850, 878 ii., 891, 1266–7.

-, letter dated, 1266.

Banester, Alex., 806.

Bangor, letter dated at, 215.

Bangor, archdeaconry of, 433.

Bangor, bp, of, 1257 (Skeffington ?). See Capon, John.

Bangor, bishopric or diocese of, 433, 1238.

-, -, clergy of, letter from, 215.

Banham, Norf., 1257 ii.

Baptist, Mr., dyer, 772, 914.

Barantyne, Sir Wm., 647.

Barbare, Robt., 849.

Barbarossa, Haradin, Turkish naval cap tain, 124, 148, 223, 264, 320, 368 (p. 146), 479, 486, 534, 546, 593, 670, 700, 796, 1069 (p. 445), 1175.

Barbary, 670.

Barbor, Thos., 97, 1257 ii.

Barbour, —, 954.

Barcar. See Barker.

Barcheston, Warw., letter dated at, 14.

Barden, Yorksh., 1257 xii.

Bardesey (Bradesey), Mon. of, bpric. Bangor, 1238.

Barett. See Barret.

Bargin. See Berg St. Vinox.

Barkel. See Berkeley.

Barker (Barcar), Ambrose, mercer, 869, 914.

-, Anth., letters from, 504, 695, 1174.

Barkley. See Berkeley.

Barley Park, Oxon, 878 ii.

Barlinch (Berlyche) priory, Soms., 1238.

Barlings Abbey, Linc., abbot of, 350.

Barlous, nom de plume, 587.

Barlow, Wm., prior of Haverford West and prior commendatory of Bisham, bp. of St. Asaph's (Jan.–April 1536), bp. of St. David's, (April 1536), &c. am bassador to Scotland. 19, 75–6, 227, 283, 286–7, 338, 482, 645, 729, 809–10, 853, 862–3, 928, 944, 959, 1124:— g. 392 (45), 775 (27), 777 (4), 1015 (36), 1256 (47).

-, -, letters from, 227, 287, 482, 862–3, 944.

-, -, letter to, 810.

Barlow or Barlo, John, brother of William, dean of Westbury, 19, 1182.

-, -, letter from, 19.

-, Wm., rector of Cressingham, 1171.

Barly, Wm., 506.

Barmby, Yorks., 1257 x.

Barmeston, Mr., 834.

Barnabe (Barnaby), Thos., courier, 33, 622, 760 (p. 320), 782 (?).

Barnard, John, 794.

-, Philip, 1257 ii, x.

Barnarde, —, cook, 869.

Barnard Castle, Dham, g. 597 (2).

Barnebe, Robt., 77 ii.

Barners and Barnes. See Berners.

Barnes, Dr. Robert (called in Germany "Antonius Anglicus" or "Dr. Antonio"), 81, 108, 265, 283n, 289–90, 292, 528, 587, 644, 665, 771 (2), 774, 804, 880–1, 1034, 1185. See also German Princes, English Embassy to.

-, -, letters from, 880–1, 1185.

-, -, his book, 804.

Barnes, Cicily (Syssele, &c.), 1187.

Barnewall, John. See Trimletiston, Lord.

Barningham Winter, Norf., 97 (? Townebernyngham).

Barningham, Yorks., 439, 1257 xii.

Barningham, Will., 1257 xii.

Barnstaple (Barstabyll, Bramstapoll), St. Mary Magdalen's Priory (Priory of Maudylis), 708, 952, 1238.

Barnwell, Camb., prior of, 1257.

Barnyngham, Thomas, proctor of the Charterhouse in Axholme, 50, 104.

-, -, letter from, 104.

Barret (Barett), Thos., 1231.

Barreth, Wm., curate of Gravesend, 496.

Barrow, Chesh., 878 (p. 365).

Barrowe or Barrugh. See Berghen.

Barrowe, river in Ireland, 1030 (2).

Barrowe nunnery, Somers., 800.

Barsham (Beresham), North, Norf., 1257 ii.

Barstabyll. See Barnstaple.

Barsted. See Berstead.

Barstenberg, John, 449.

Barston (qu. Burston, Norf. ?), 1257 ii.

Bartle . . . . ., Dr. 313.

Bartlet, John, searcher of Calais, 1019, 1086.

-, -, letter from, 1086.

Bartlett, Thos., Cromwell's servant, 1053, 1199.

Barton in the Clay, Beds., g. 226 (21).

Barton, near Bristol, g. 597 (32).

Barton-upon-Humber, Linc., 878 ii.

Barton, John, 1226:—g. 597 (39), 777 (14).

-, Thos., 1226.

Barwick Basset, Wilts., g. 1256 (6).

Baschurche, Thos., formerly secretary to Abp. Warham, 113.

Basedale Monialium. See Nunthorpe.

Basele. See Basle.

Basing, Wm., D.D., prior of St. Swithun's (1536), 480, 485, 588.

-, -, letters from, 485, 588.

Basingwick (Basyngwerk) Abbey, Flintsh, 1238.

Baskerfeld, Jas., 431 (p. 175).

Basle (Basyle, Basele, Basell), 458 (p. 186– 7), 847.

-, letter dated at, 478.

Bassam, —, 1251.

Bassano, hermits of, 441.

Basset, Wilts., g. 1256 (6).

Basset, Anne, lady Lisle's daughter, with Madame de Riou, 455–6, 466, ("Sister at Pondremy"), 544–5, 976, 1074–5, 1100, 1165, 1193.

-, -, letter from, 456, 545.

-, Frances, 475, 547.

-, George, son of lady Lisle, 608, 920, 1148–9.

-, James, son of lady Lisle, 504, 566, 709, 1020, 1174.

-, Jane, lady Lisle's stepdaughter, 68, 454, 1020.

-, -, letter from, 454.

-, -, her sisters, 68.

-, Sir John, dec., lady Lisle's first husband, 68, 416, 650 ("my master"), 1020, 1059.

-, John, lady Lisle's eldest son, 116, 416, 559, 608, 669, 672, 739, 789, 856, 866, 920, 952–3, 964, 995, 1059, 1193, 1202.

-, John, g. 392 (48).

-, John, gunner, g. 226 (31).

-, Katharine, lady Lisle's daughter, 467, 1193 (p, 501).

-, Mary, lady Lisle's daughter, 465–7, 542–3.

-, -, letters from, 466–7, 543.

-, Philippa, lady Lisle's daughter, letter to, 467.

-, Thomasine (died 1536), 650.

-, -, her father and mother, 650.

-, Sir William, 272, 291.

-, -, signature of, 272.

-, Will., dec., 475.

-, -, his widow, 475.

"Bastard," the little. See Elizabeth, the Princess.

Bastian, —, servant to queen Katharine, 40.

Basyle. See Basle.

Batcock, Thos., 208.

Bate, Peter, 568.

-, Robt., 79 iii.

Bath, Soms., g. 777 (2).

Bath and Wells, John Clerk bp. of, 75, 267, 625, 947 (see Notes), 1077 (p. 456), 1093 ("Balsoriensis" qu. Bathoniensis ?)

-, -, letter from, 625.

Batingbush, on the West Borders, 161.

Battersea, Surr., 86 ii., x.

Baumgartner, Jerome (Hier.), letters to, 9, 769.

Bavaria (Bavare), 458 (p. 185).

Bavaria, Lewis duke of, 305, 437.

Bavaria, William duke of, 458, (p. 185), 1042.

Bavaria (Baviers), the two Dukes of, 458 (p. 185), 730.

Bavaria, the prince of. See Palatine, F., count.

Baven or Bawen, —, bed-maker, 913–14.

Bawdewyn. See Baldwin.

Bawen. See Baven.

Bawtry, Yorks., g. 777 (3).

Baxbe, Wm., 77 ii.

Baxter, Edw., dec., g. 597 (11).

-, (Bakster), Henry, 272.

-, Matth., g. 597 (11).

Bayly, Joan, 263.

Baynam, Frances, 1187 (2).

Baynard, Ric., 97.

Baynard's Castle. See London, places in.

Baynbrig, Mary, prioress of Studley, g. 1256 (6).

Bayne, —, ironmonger, 914.

Baynton, Sir Edw., Queen's Anne's vicechamberlain, 799, 893, 912, 1171, 1257 i., ix.:—g, 1256 (25).

-, -, letter from, 799.

-, -, his house at Bromham, 1219.

Baynton, Margery or Mary, 1186, 1187 (2).

Bayton, Wm., 364 (p. 144).

Beale, John, 79 iii.

Beamount. See Beaumont.

Bearne. See Berne.

Beauchamp, viscount. See Seymour, Sir Edw.

-, -, creation of, g. 1256 (4).

Beauchief (de Bello Capite), abbey of, Derb., 787.

-, abbot of, 787.

Beaudeley. See Bewdley.

Beaulieu (Beaulyu), or Newhall, Essex, 878:— g. 1256 (2, 31).

Beaulieu (Bewley) abbey, Hants, 339, 1058.

Beauly, in Scotland, prior commendatory of. See Kinloss, abbot of.

Beaumaris (Bewmares), castle of 865, 870, 878 ii.

-, -, constableship of, 865, 870.

-, -, captainship of, 870.

Beaumont (Beamounte), John, 1191.

Beauvale (Bella Valla) Charterhouse, Notts, 1238.

Bebelius, —, 867.

Becansaw, Dr. Adam, letter from, 522.

-, (Bekynsaw), John, 566.

Beccatello, —, 426.

Bechimius, Peter, of Bohemia, 217.

Becket, St. Thomas à, girdle of, 364 (p. 141).

Beckingham, Notts., prebend in Southwell, 841.

-, incumbent of. See Savage, Geo.

Beckwith (Bekwith), Leonard, 721 (5), 980.

-, -, letter from, 980.

-, (Bekwithius), Peter, letter from, 356.

Becourt, sieur de, 951.

Bedale, Yorks., 745.

Beddam, Steph., 1149.

Beddgelart (Bethkylhert) priory, Carnarvonshire, 1238:—g. 226 (17).

Beddnalle Green. See Bethnal Green.

Bedford, earldom of, g. 392 (48).

Bedfordshire, monasteries in, 1238.

Bedingfield, Sir Edmund, steward (maître d'hotel) of Katharine of Arragon's household, 28, 37, 41, 59, 126–7, 284 (p. 105), 834, 929 iii.

-, -, letters from, 28, 37, 41, 126–7.

Bedingfield, lady, wife of Sir Edm., letter to, 65.

-, Phil., 97, 1257 ii.

-, Thos, 1257 ii.

-, Sir Thos. 97.

Bedingham (Baddyngham), Norf., 97.

Bedwin, Wilts., prebend in Salisbury, g. 1015 (5).

-, prebendary of. See Vannes, Peter.

Bedyll (Bedull Beydlle), Thomas, archdeacon of Cornwall (1535–7), clerk in Chancery, 90, 103, 181, 218 ("my deputy"), 478, 612, 1024, 1126.

-, -, letters from, 90, 103, 181.

-, -, handwriting of, 218.

Bedyll (Bedull), Ric., 1259.

Beersted. See Berstead.

Beeston (Beston, Byston) Priory, Norf., 364 (p. 143), 1238.

-, prior of. See Hudson, Ric.

Beethkilhert. See Beddgelart.

Beetley (Beteley), Norf., g. 1256 (26).

Beggars, statute of, 1087 (40).

Beheworth. See Betchworth.

Beinfleet. See Benfleet.

Beiz, M. du. See Bies, M. du.

Bekkiswell. See Bexwell.

Bekonholte or Bekynholt wood, 416, 559, 1193, 1202, 1209.

Bekwith or Bekwithius. See Beckwith.

Bekynsaw. See Becansaw.

Belknape, Sir Edw., g. 597 (35).

Bell, Dr., former chancellor of Worcester, 1099, 1134 (pp. 476–7).

-, -, letter from, 1099.

-, John, archdeacon of Gloucester, 313.

-, Thos., sheriff of Gloucester, 1099.

Bell, Thos., 1187 (2).

Bellamy, Ric., 79 iii.

Bella Valla. See Beauvale.

Bellay, John du, bp. of Paris, Cardinal 169, 442, 504, 725 (p. 306), 838.

Belles, the, on the West Marches, 1154.

Bello Capite. See Beauchief.

Bellow (Bella) Park, Notts., g. 392 (9).

Belson, — 320.

Belvoir (Belvere), Linc., cell to St. Albans, 1238 (pp. 515–16).

Bembo (Bembus), Peter, afterwards Cardinal, 961.

Benasco. See Binasco.

Benbrey, Margery, 364 (p. 143).

Bendolos, Chr., 1171.

Benesheves, 1091.

Benevent (Bonavent), count of, 670 (p. 271).

Benfleet (Beinfleet), Essex, g. 1015 (37).

Benholme, in Scotland, parson of. See Thornton, John.

Bennet (Benet), —, Latimer's chaplain, 1099.

- (Benet), —, of Calais, 1156 (p. 485).

-, (Benet), Ric., late abbot of Bittlesden, 1248.

-, Ric, of Calais, 656.

-, Rob., 1257 v.

-, Thos., of Calais, g. 597 (28).

-, (Benet), Thos., LL.D., vicar general or bishop's chancellor of Sarum, precentor of Sarum (1536), 623, 1060.

Bennington (Heref. qu. Herts.), g. 226 (36).

Benolt (Bunolt), John, of Mark, secretary of Calais, letter from, 1028.

Bentail, M., 396.

Bentley, Staff., g. 392 (7).

Bentley, Warw., 1191 (p. 497).

Bentry (Bentree) Fasagh, forest in Ireland, 1048, 1236.

Benyngton, letter dated at, 531.

Bercley. See Berkeley.

Berd, Will., 876 (7).

Berdin (Byerden), Essex, priory of, 1238.

Bere, Wm., g. 1015 (3).

Bere, West, forest of, Hants, 1241.

Berendes, Hans, 353.

Beresham. See Barsham.

Berghen op Zoom, 524.

-, letter dated at, 203.

-, Franciscan monastery at, 524.

Berghen or Berghes (Barrowe, Barrugh), Anthony marquis of, 203, 663.

Bergholt Sakvile, Essex, g. 1015 (29).

Berg St. Vinox (Bargin), in Flanders, 1139.

Berkedenhode, 1091.

Berkeley (Barkel), Glouc., letter dated at, 567.

-, castle of, dates, g. 226 (7).

-, lordship of, g. 597 (17).

-, park of, 567.

Berkeley Herons, 1091.

Berkeley (Barkley), Thomas lord (1532–4), 567, 1088:–g. 392 (51).

Berkeley (Bercley), lady, 929 ii.

-, (Barkeley), Henry, son and heir of Thomas lord Berkeley, an infanr, g. 392 (51), 597 (14).

- (Barkeley), Mr., 1222.

Berkeswell, Warw., g. 597 (35).

Berkhampstead, Ntht., 1008.

Berkley, Sir Will., 871.

Berkshire, 804, 1008.

-, monasteries in, 1238.

Berkshire wool, 247.

Berlyche. See Barlinche.

Bermondsey Abbey, abbot of, 929 iii. See Warton, Robert.

Bernardinus, —, servant to the bishop of Chieti, 420.

Bernardus, Dominus. See Mela, Bernard a.

Berne (Bearne, Bernna), canton of, 119, 221, 273, 368, 458 (p. 186), 458 (2), 575, 847.

Berners (Barners, Berneys), John Bourchier, lord (died 1533), 270, 337, 628–9, 1257.

-, -, his son, 765.

Bernes manor, Essex, g. 1615 (33).

Berry or Bery, (Bury), —, Lisle's servant, 953, 964, 995.

-, Ant., of the Middle Temple, 487.

-, John, his house, 650.

-, Sir John, 1249.

Bersel, in Italy, letter dated at, 888.

Berstead (Beersted), Suss, 722.

Bertram, Kent, g. 775 (24).

Berwick-upon-Tweed, 227, 286, 380.

-, letters dated at, 286, 536.

-, garrison of, 380:—g. 392 (44), 597 (1).

-, vice-captain of. See Clifford, Sir Thos.

-, marshal of. See Musgrave, Thos.

Bery mill (Worc. ?), g. 226 (37).

Bery. See Berry.

Beryng, Denbighsh, g. 392 (25), 1015 (41).

Besinano, prince of, 1042.

Best, —, 194.

Bestlesham. See Bisham.

Bestney, —, 507.

Beston. See Beeston.

Bestyan or Bestian, —, jeweller, 471, 480.

Besyngby, Yorks, 998.

Betchworth (Beheworthe, Beyheworthe) Castle, Surr., letters dated at, 1098, 1153.

Beteley. See Beetley.

Betham, Nic., 95.

Bethen, Lewis, g. 392 (48).

Bethkylhert. See Beddgelart.

Bethnal (Beddnalle) Green, letter dated at, 331.

Bettws (Bettus), in Wales, g. 226 (17).

Beulth Burgh, in S. Wales, lordship of, g. 775 (5).

Beures (Bevar, Beure), Adolphus de Bourgogne, Sieur de, admiral of Flanders, 134, 814.

Bevar. See Beures.

Beverley, Yorks., 18, 86 ii., vii.

-, college of, 364 (p. 139), 941.

-, -, provost of. See Winter, Thos.

-, abp. of York's, tenants of, 18.

Beverley, Ric., 510.

Bewdley (Beaudeley), Worc., 258–9, 330.

Bewley. See Beaulieu.

Bewmares. See Beaumaris.

Bexley (Bexle, Bexlee), Kent, g. 1015 (27, 37).

-, rectory of, g. 1015 (27).

Bexwell (Bekkiswell), Norf., 1257 ii.

Beydlle. See Bedyll.

Beyheworthe. See Betchworth.

Beyneham, John, g. 1015 (20).

-, Wm., g. 1015 (20).

Bible, the, 352, 698.

Bicester (Burchester), Oxf., mon. of, 1238.

Bideford, Devon, 68.

Biellt. See Builth.

Bies (Beiz) Oudart du, seneschal of Boulogne, 21, 325, 366, 532, 631, 651, 657, 1120 (p. 471), 1160:—App. 1.

-, -, letters from, 325, 366, 532, 631, 651, 657.

-, -, letters to, 21:—App. 1.

Biflete. See Byfleet.

Bigod (Bigot, Bygott), Sir Francis, 48–9, 238, 254 (p. 93), 364 (pp. 138–9), 553, 679, 742, 871, 1167, 1171.

-, -, letters from, 49, 742.

-, -, letter to, 48.

-, -, his wife, 364 (p. 138).

Bigod (Bygod), John, 553.

-, Ralph, brother of Sir Francis, 553.

Bileigh. See Byleygh.

Billat, Thos., g. 597 (46).

Billyng, Thos., g. 392 (25).

Billyngton, Wm., g. 1256 (48).

Bilsington (Bylsyngton) Priory, Kent, 360, 1238.

-, surrender of, 360.

Binasco (Benasco), in Milan, 592.

Bindon (Byndon) Abbey, Dors., 388, 1238.

Bingley (Binglaye), Yorks., g. 1256 (22).

Binham, Worc., 414.

Binham (Bynham) Priory, Norf., cell to St. Albans, 364 (p. 143), 1238.

Birch, Essex, g. 1015 (29).

Birch Magna, Essex, g. 1015 (33).

Bircham (Byrcheham) Well, Norf., 563.

Birde (Byrde), John, letter from, 1264.

-, Will., 1257 ii.

Birdsall (Burdsall), Yorksh., 1257 xii.

Birkenhead (Byrkehed), Chesh., priory of, 364 (p. 141), 1238.

Birkin (Byrkyn), Yorks., letters dated at, 621, 717.

Birmingham, 1087 (23).

Bisantio, in Turkey, 264.

Biscay (Byscay), in Spain, 670 (p. 273), 937 (2).

Bisham Priory, Berks., prior of. See Barlow, Wm.

Bishop, Ric., 97, 1257 ii.

-, (Busshope), Thos., 431, 790.

Bisshopesburton. See Burton Bishop.

Bishops, 202, 337 (p. 128), 587, 601 (p. 244), 1027.

Bishopsgate. See under London.

Bishops Thorpe, Yorks., 86 x.

Bittlesden (Bykellsdon) Abbey, Bucks., 572 1238 (under both Berks and Bucks), 1248.

-, abbot of. See Green, Ric.

-, late abbot of. See Bennet, Ric.

Blackborough (Blakborow, Blaburgh) Priory, Norf., 364 (p. 143), 385, 563, 1238.

-, prioress of. See Dawny, Eliz.

Black friar, a, 1254.

-, -, of Oxford. See Threder, —.

Blagg, George, letter to, 177.

Blagges, Wm., parson of Harvelingham, 1201.

Blakaller, John, mayor of Exeter, 296.

Blakborow. See Blackborough.

Blake, Fras., 1009.

Blakeney, John, g. 597 (12).

Blakenhale, Wm., chief clerk of the Spicery, 894.

Blakwall, Wm., 876 (7).

Blakytt, John, canon of Newstede, 66.

Blanche, Mrs., 40.

Blanchland (Blaunchelond or Alba Landa) Abbey, Nthld., 364 (p. 142) 381, 1238 (p. 516).

Blase, —, embroiderer, 913.

Blaston (Blayston), Leic., g. 775 (13).

Blatherwicke (Bletherweke), Ntht., letter dated at, 643.

Blaunchelond. See Blanchland.

Bleke, Steph., 722.

Bletherweke. See Blatherwicke.

Blewbury, Berks, prebend in Salisbury, g. 1015 (8).

Bliburgh. See Blythburgh.

Blithmanne. See Blytheman.

Blofield (Bloffeld), Norf., 97, 1257 ii.

Blomefelde, Will., 1257 ii.

Blore Park, Warw., 324.

Blosius, the papal secretary, 320.

Blount (Blunt), George, 741, 749, 1063.

-, Katharine, letters from, 335, 1063.

-, -, her son, 335. See Blount, George.

-, -, her two youngest sons, 335.

- (Blunt), Ric., 100, 336, 499, 707:– g. 597 (28).

Bluemantle (Blewmantell) herald. See Ratcliff, Ric.

Blyndeknyghts, Essex, g. 1015 (29).

Blythburgh (Bliburgh) Priory, Suff., 1238.

-, prior of, 97.

Blythe Priory, Notts., 364 (p. 138), 550, 1238.

-, letter dated at, 550.

-, Geo. Dalton, prior of, letter from, 550.

Blytheman (Blithmanne, Blythman), Wm., 363, 424.

-, -, letter from, 363.

Bobbing, Kent, 1257 x.

Bock, Wolfgang, letter to, 1035.

Bocking (Bokkyng), John, 164 iii.

Boclere, Mr., 566.

Bodestan in Issalett, Denbigh, g, 1015 (41).

Bodmin, letter dated at, 981.

-, Priory, 981.

-, -, Thos. prior of, letter from, 981.

Bodricwynne in Istules, Denbigh, g. 392 (24).

Body, Wm., Cromwell's servant, 254, 376, 1051.

Boemo (the Bohemian), Piero, 276.

Bohemia, 217.

Bohemia, king of. See Ferdinand.

Bohemian, Peter the. See Boemo, Piero.

Bokebynder, Ambrose, 304 ii.

Bolde, Thos., g. 226 (20).

-, Tucher, g. 226 (20).

Boleyn, Anne, second queen of Henry VIII., called by the Imperialists "Concubine," or "La Ana" (beheaded 19 May 1536), 56, 59 (p. 22), 141, 147, 164, 185, 199, 243 (13, 24), 252, 282–3, 294–5, 303 (p. 114), 307, 317, 345, 351 (p. 134), 352, 371, 373, 383, 427, 450, 495, 499, 508 (p. 205), 528, 573, 575 (p. 225–6), 587, 601, 608, 625, 669, 699 (pp. 290–1, 295), 720, 741, 748–9, 752, 774, 782, 784–5, 792–3, 797–9, 808, 820, 827, 829, 837–8, 843, 848, 854, 855, 863–6, 873, 876, 888–90, 896, 901–2, 907–14, 918–20, 922, 926, 942, 945, 947, 953, 955–6, 964–5, 968, 970, 973, 977–8, 990, 1002, 1008–9, 1023, 1033–6, 1043–4, 1047, 1069 (pp. 440 2, 450), 1070–1, 1104–7, 1120, 1122, 1126 ii., 1132, 1161, 1182, 1205, 1231, 1257 ix., g. 226 (28), 597 (36), 1015 (21).

-, -, letters from, 307 ii., 808.

-, -, letters to, 185, 345.

-, -, coronation of, 1231.

-, -, debts of, 1257 ix.

-, -, nullity of her marriage, 896.

-, -, poem upon, 1036.

-, -, trial of, 876.

-, -, her sister. See Boleyn, Mary.

-, -, her almoner, 793, 797, 799.

-, -, her surveyor. See Smith, John.

-, -, her receiver. See Taylor, George.

-, -, her wardrobe, 573.

-, -, her "woman fool," 913.

-, -, her lands, g. 1015 (21).

-, -, her servants, 919–20.

-, -, her four attendants in the Tower (i.e., Lady Boleyn, Mrs. Coffin, and two others, 782, 785, 793 (p. 335), 798 (p. 338), 911 (p. 382), 1036 (p. 431), 1044.

-, -, her (alleged) accomplices (Rochford, Norres, &c.), collectively, 827, 866, 880, 888, 890, 943, 956, 973, 1033, 1043, 1087 (34).

Boleyn, George, lord Rochford, brother of Anne Boleyn, warden of the Cinque Ports (beheaded 17 May 1536), 141 (p. 51), 404, 409, 502, 526, 675, 688, 699 (p. 290 bis), 752, 782, 784–5, 793, 798. (". . . . Ratchfort,") 837–8, 848, 855, 865, 873, 876–8, 880 n., 890, 902, 908 (pp. 377–9), 911, 918–20, 922, 947, 952, 956, 973, 990, 1033, 1036, 1043–4, 1087 (34), 1105, 1107, 1122, 1257;—g. 597 (3, 4), 1256 (31).

-, -, letter from, 675.

-, -, trial of, 876.

-, -, his wife, 798. See Rochford, lady.

Boleyn, Mary, sister of Queen Anne, wife lord Stafford, 450, 909.

Boleyn, Sir Thos., earl of Wiltshire and Ormond, father of Anne Boleyn, Lord Privy Seal (1530–36), 141 (p. 51), 149 (2), 351 (p. 132), 404, 409, 416, 458, 461, 699 (p. 295), 715, 741, 785, 793, 798 (p. 338), 838, 848, 869, 878, 891, 908 (p. 377), 922, 947, 956, 990, 1010, 1043:—g. 597 (3, 4).

-, -, letter to, 458.

Boleyn, Sir E., 79 iii.

-, Sir James, Anne Boleyn's uncle, 912, 1257 i., ii.

-, lady (wife of the preceeding), 793 (p. 335), 798 (p. 338).

-, Will., 1257 ii.

Bolles, Robt., 1171.

Bollone. See Boulogne.

Bologna (Bononye), in Italy, 283, 534, 600, (p. 242), 670 (p. 270), 699 (p. 292), 714, 795 (p. 3 6), 814, 906, 947, 977 (p. 407).

Bolton priory, Yorks., 364 (p. 142).

Bolton, Wm., 340.

Bolyngton. See Bullington.

Bolzano, near Trent, 534.

Bonamicus, Lazarus, of Padua, 411, 479, 961.

Bonar. See Bonner.

Bonavent, count of, 670 (p. 271).

Bonavilla, count of, 1042.

Boncourt (Buoncourt), Gerard, canon of St. Paul in Liége, 1077 (p. 456).

Bonde, Edm., prior of Stoneley, 1191 (p. 499).

-, John, vicar of Yarnescombe, 68, 454.

-, -, letter from, 68.

Bondon, prior of, 1191 (p. 496).

Bonds, 1226.

Bongay. See Bungay.

Bonguilelmo, John, 1077.

Bonneboz, —, French sea captain, 668, 759.

Bonner (Boner, Bonar), Edmund, parson of East Dereham, Norf., ambassador at Hamburg, afterwards bp. of Hereford and London, 24, 53, 86, 303–4, 313, 342–3, 376–7, 415, 440, 449, 469, 498, 748, 1257 ii.

-, -, letters from, 53, 303–4, 313, 342–3, 440, 469.

-, -, letter to, 415.

-, -, his mother, 313.

-, -, his sister's children, 313.

Bonneval, Mons. de, 591.

Bononye. See Bologna.

Bon Raytte. See Bunratty.

Bonvisi, Antonio, 205, 273, 368–9, 437, 442, 632 n, 638, 713–14, 795, 999.

-, -, letters from, 273, 368, 437, 442, 713–4, 795.

-, -, letter to, 999.

-, -, handwriting of, 205, 369, 638.

Books:—282 (p. 103), 318, 320, 398, 431 (p. 175), 441, 479, 565, 945, 970, 974–5.
-, lists of, 431 (p. 175), 945, 1250.
-, De Obedientia by Gardiner, 7, 82.
-, Obedience of a Christian Man, 1239.
-, Sampson's book on the Supremacy, 7.
-, of Cochlæus, 34.
-, Emilianus' history of France, 1077 (p. 456).
-, Euripides, 321.
-, Aristophanes, 321.
-, Farrago Rerum Theologicarum, 371.
-, The sum of Christianity, 371.
-, Galeatius Cavensis' book of the Prophets, 441.
-, Glass of Truth, 1239.
-, Legenda Aurea, 586.
-, Vitæ Patrum, 586.
-, For other books named see the lists referred to.

Boorde, Andrew, 605, 641.

-, -, letter from, 605.

Boorton, 1091.

Booth, Charles, bp. of Hereford (died 1535) 316, 1257 viii.

Borchogna. See Burgundy.

Bordeaux, in France, 16, 25, 199 (p. 70), 235, 282 (p. 103), 368 (p. 146), 410.

-, -, English ships at. See under Ships.

Bordeaux, Mons. de, 581.

Borders. See Scotland, Marches of.

Bordesley, Worc., abbey of, 1259:—g. 1015 (10).

-, John, abbot of, g. 1015 (10).

Boreford. See Burford.

Boreham, Essex, g. 1015 (29), 1256 (31).

Borgo San Donino, near Parma, letter dated at, 907.

Bornholm, Island in the Baltic, 24 (p. 7).

Borobryg, John, priest, governor of the English hospital at Rome. 676, 814 (p. 344? "magister hospitalis . . . . . .").

-, -, letter from, 676.

Borom, Ric., g. 1015 (40).

Boroni, John Baptist, letter from, 1263.

Borough (Burrowe, Burgh), Thos. lord, 350, 364 (p. 139), 876 (6).

-, -, letter from, 350.

Borough, John a, letter from, 148.

Borow (Burrows), Thos., 1187 (1, 2).

-, Sir Thos. à, jun., 1257 vi.

Borton or Bortton. See Burton.

Bosco (?), Beds., mon. of, 1238.

Bosshall, Rob., 1257 ii.

Bossue, Sieur de, Emperor's grand esquire, 689.

Boston, Linc., 334.

Boteswayne. John, 1257 xi.

Bothe, John, merchant tailor, 1041.

Bothombar. See under York.

Botry, Wm., dec., 309.

Boughton, Kent, 194.

Boughton, Edw., 1257 x.

-, Sir Edward, 773.

-, -, his daughter, 773.

Bould, John, 1023.

Boulogne (Bollone), 141 (p. 53), 262, 401, 541, 580, 908 (p. 379), 1077, 1145, 1157, 1159, 1175, 1231.

-, letters dated at, 325, 366, 532, 631, 651, 657, 934, 951, 982, 1160.

-, seneschal of, letters to, 262. Se Bies, Oudart du.

-, commissary of mortepayes there, wife of, 366.

Boulonnais, the, district, 934.

Boulonnais cheeses, 883.

Bourbourg (Burborow, Broucbourgh), in Flanders, 580.

-, letters dated at, 210, 969.

Bourchier (Bowcher), George, Humph., and Jas., sons of Lord Berners, 750, 765. See also Errata.

Bourgone. See Burgundy.

Bourke, Richard, called McWilliam of Clanricard (died June 1536), 1168.

-, Theobald, 1052.

-, Ulick, nephew of Richard (became McWilliam in June 1536), 1168.

Bourkes, the, of Clanricard, Irish family, 1048.

Bours, madame de. See Ronaud, Anne.

-, mons. de, 465, 542–3.

Boutz (in Picardy ?), 569.

Bowcher. See Bourchier.

Bower, Wm., g. 597 (46).

Bowes (Yorksh. ?), 1257 xii.

Bowes, Martin, goldsmith, 1226.

-, Robert, 1180, 1226 (? "R. B."), g. 597 (25), 777 (10, 14).

Bowkeley. See Bulkeley.

Bowles, Walter, 1257.

Bowne, Agnes, 562.

Boxgrave Priory, Suss., 552.

Boxted (Boxsted), Essex, g. 1015 (29).

Boynton, Matth., 1226.

Boys (Boyes, Boysse), —, of the Calcagh, 1048.

-, Thos., 827, 993–4, 1138, 1155.

-, -, letter from, 1155.

Brabant, 458 (p. 187), 969:—g. 597 (49).

Brabazon (Brabason), William, sub-treasurer or treasurer of the wars, and receiver general in Ireland, 15, 155, 293, 298, 301, 317, 515, 757, 822, 895, 897, 984, 1029–31, 1051–2, 1082, 1102, 1104, 1112, 1168, 1195–6, 1210, 1223–4.

-, -, letters from, 293, 897, 1224.

-, -, signature of, 155, 301, 937 (2), 938, 1029–31, 1196, 1210, 1223.

Bradbe, —, embroiderer, 869.

Bradbelt, Jane, 1187 (2 ii., 3).

Bradeley. See Bradley.

Bradesey. See Bardesey.

Bradeston in Berkeley Herons, 1091.

Bradeway, Chr., prior of Alcester, 1191 (p. 498).

Bradfield, Thos., 1076.

Bradley, Chesh., 878 (p. 365).

Bradley (Bradeley) Priory, Leic., 1166, 1191, 1238.

-, prior of, 1191.

Bradley, Chr., 1187.

-, Marmaduke, prebendary of Thorpe in Ripon Church, abbot of Fountains (1536), 137, 271 ("the monk"), 424, 514.

-, -, letters from, 424, 514.

Bradshawe, Peter, letter from, 26.

-, -, his brother Alex., 26.

Bradwell Priory, Bucks, 1245.

Bradwell juxta Coggeshall, g. 1015 (33).

Brailsford (Breylisforth), Derb., g. 1256 (15).

Brain Bassa. See Ibrahim Pacha.

Braintree (Branketre), Essex, Thos. Appleby, vicar of, 362.

Braintree (Brayntre), Ric., alias Clerke, 164 ii.

Brakenbury, Ant., 597 (2).

Brampton, Alice, 364 (p. 139).

Bramstapoll. See Barnstaple.

Bramston, Wm., 364 (p. 138).

Brancepeth (Brauncepeth), Dham, letter dated at, 1180.

Brandenburg, family of, 458 (187).

Brandenburg, George margrave of, 314.

Brandenburg, margrave of, 670 (p. 272), 689.

-, -, his brother, 670 (p. 272).

Brandenburg, duke of, 1042.

Brandesbe, Thos., 77 ii.

Brandon, Eleanor, daughter of the duke of Suffolk and the French queen, 141 (p. 53), 284 (p. 106). See also Clifford.

Branketre. See Braintree.

Brantham, Suff., g. 392 (23).

Braske, John, bp. of Lincoping, 24 (p. 8).

Brauncepeth. See Brancepeth.

Brawne, John, 510.

Bray, Berks., 392 (14).

Bray, lady, 284.

-, Sir Edward, letter from, 1078.

-, Rob., 1257 ii.

Brayne, Hen., mercer, 914.

Braynerd, in Flanders, g. 1256 (28).

Braynesby, 1257 xii.

Brayneston, Dors., 1257 x.

Braynford. See Brentford.

Brayntre. See Braintree.

Breadsall Park (Brisoll, Bredeshall Park) priory, Derb., 364 (p. 138), 1238.

Bream, Ric., receiver, g. 597 (32, 35).

Breamor (Bremer) priory, Hants, 1238.

Brechon. See Brecknock.

Breckles (Brecles), Norf., 97.

Brecknock (Breknoc, Brecon), in Wales, 453, 470, 1178.

-, letters dated at, 393, 746, 754. 764, 820, 892, 948.

-, castle of, 1178.

-, priory of, 393, 1238.

Brecknock, archdeaconry of, 431 (p. 176).

-, deanery of, 431 (p. 176).

Brecknock (Breknok), Lewis, alias Millen, prior of Farleigh, g. 1256 (6).

Bredenarde, in Flanders, 569, 616.

Bredeshall. See Breadsall.

Bredon priory, Leic., 364 (p. 138), 1191 (p, 497), 1238.

-, Thos. Clerk, prior of, 1191 (p. 497).

Brehault, John, g. 226 (10).

Brekenborne. See Brinkburn.

Breknoc. See Brecknock.

Brekytt, John, 1170.

Bremelcumbe, —, 68.

- (Bremelcome), Wm., John Basset's tutor, 789.

Bremen, in Germany, 24 (p. 7), 53, 303–4, 343, 490.

-, letter to consuls and senate of, 490.

Bremen, Chr. bp. of, son of Henry Senior duke of Brunswick, 24 (p. 7), 53, 285, 400.

-, -, letter from, 400.

-, -, letters to, 53, 285.

Bremer Canonicorum. See Breamor.

Brems near Ardres, g. 597 (34).

Brenes Bridge. See O'Briens Bridge.

Brenis, the. See O'Briens.

Brenkborne. See Brinkburn.

Brentford (Braynford), Old, Midd., g. 777 (6).

Brereton, Chesh., letter dated at, 825.

Brereton (a Brearton, Bryerton, Brwerton, Bruriton, Brecton), Wm., of the Privy Chamber, chamberlain of Chester (executed 17 May 1536), 554, 798 (p. 338), 837, 848–9, 855, 870, 871 n., 873, 876 (p. 362), 878–9, 908 (p. 377), 911, 918–20, 1036, 1044, 1107:— g. 1015 (37), 1256 (8, 14, 32, 43, 52).

-, -, his wife. See Savage, Eliz.

-, -, letter to, 849.

Brereton, John, g. 392 (50). 1256 (27, 29).

-, Sir Randall, father of William, 878 iii.

-, Randal, 878 (p. 365).

-, Urian, escheator of Chester, 878 iii.: —g. 1256 (8, 29).

-, Will., g. 392 (50).

-, Sir Wm., 298, 825, 834, 878 (p. 365), 929 iii.

-, -, letter from, 825.

Brescia. See Bresse.

Bresse ("Brescia"), seized by Francis 1., 368, (p. 146).

Brescia (Brixia), bp. of (Andrea Cornaro), 670 (p. 272).

Breseley. See Brisley.

Brestede, 878.

Breton, Will., clk., g. 597 (33).

Bretons, two, 296, 929 iii.

- robbed in Wales, 603.

Bretton Monk, alias Burton, Yorks., abbey of, 364 (p. 139).

Brewan. See Bruern.

Brewerne. See Bruern.

Brewood, Staff., Black nuns of, 1238.

-, White nuns of, ("White Ladies"), 749, 1238.

-, vicar of. See Fleming, Hen.

Breylisforth. See Brailsford.

Brian (Brien, Briant), Sir Francis, ambassador in France (returned to London 28 January), 71, 87, 106, 170 ("one of the three"), 175, 177, 193, 199 (p. 70), 200, 221, 235, 255, 282 (p. 103), 308, 312, 329, 336–7, 443, 572, 635, 642–3, 653, 748, 798, 865, 869, 873, 908 (p. 379), 952, 1084, 1134 (3), 1171:—g. 392 (42), 1256 (39).

-, -, letters from, 572, 653.

-, -, letters to, 193, 642.

-, - examined, 1134 (3).

Brian, —, 1119.

- lady Margaret, 1257 ix.

-, (Bryan), Hen., prior of Easton, g. 1256 (6).

Bridge End, Linc., mon. of, 1238.

Bridgenorth, Salop, g. 775 (11).

Bridges (Brydges), —, 869. See also Brigges.

-, Walter, 1187 (1, 2).

Bridget (Brygette), Mrs., 1148–9. See Plantagenet.

Bridgewater (Bryggwater), 702.

-, priory of, 388, 1238.

Bridlington priory, Yorks., 364 (p. 139), 501.

-, letters dated at, 501, 998.

-, Wm. Wood, prior of, letters from, 501, 998.

Bridouel. See London, Bridewell.

Bridstowe, Heref., parsonage of, 22.

Brien. See Brian.

Brigges, Brudges, Bruges, &c. (See also Bridges):—

-, John, 852, 929.

-, Sir John, 870:—g. 1256 (18).

-, Thos., 870, 879:—g. 1256 (18).

Brigham, Thos., 998.

Brighton (Brythemston), Sussex, 1078.

Brightwell (Brytewell), 1091.

Brill Closez, pasture called, 20, 95.

Brines. See Byrnes.

Brinkburn (Brenkborne, Brekenborne), Nthld., 364 (p. 139), 1238 (p. 516).

-, Wm. Hogeson, prior of, 364 (p. 139).

Brion, Philip de Chabot sieur de, Admiral of France, 21, 25, 35, 54, 71, 123, 190, 235 (pp. 83–4), 273, 351 (p. 132), 368, 374, 450, 546, 591–3, 632, 684, 689 (p. 283), 699 (p. 293), 713–14, 795, 830, 932, 946, 1069 (p. 448), 1114, 1121, 1174, 1212.

-, -, letter from, 830.

Brisley (Breseley), Norf., g. 1256 (26).

Brisoll. See Breadsall.

Bristol, 914, 1013, 1257 vii.:—g. 597 (32), 776 (5), 777 (1, 6, 7).

-, letters dated at, 61, 306, 694, 1144.

-, letter from the town, 1144.

-, customer of, 1013.

-, mayor of. See Hutton, John.

-, St. James' priory, 567.

Britanny and the Bretons, 368 (p. 146), 508: —App. 4.

Brixia. See Brescia.

Broadholme (Brodeham) nunnery, Notts., 1238.

Brockdish (Brodisshe), Norf., 97, 1257 ii.

Brockheusen, in Germany, 449.

Brodeham. See Broadholme.

Broderico, II, Hungarian. 534.

Brodeton, Wilts, 1080:—g. 1256 (5).

Brodisshe. See Brockdish.

Brody, in Wales, 431 vi.

Brograve, Rob., 1257 iv.

Broke. See Brooke.

Broke, lord. See Willoughby de Broke.

Broke, Harry, prior of St. Swithuns (resigned 1536), 473, 480, 511, 588.

-, -, letters from, 473, 511.

-, John, 312.

-, Ralph, spear of Calais, 516–17, 1005.

-, -, letter from, 517.

-, Thos., 871.

-, Wm., of Ilford Magna, g. 1015 (18).

Brome, Wilts., g. 1256 (6).

Brome, Ric., 364 (p. 144).

Bromefeld, Geoff., g. 777 (7).

-, John, g. 777 (7).

Bromeholme priory, Norf., 364 (p. 143), 1238.

-, prior of. See Lakenham, Wm.

Bromeley. See Bromley.

Bromere (Brommour), Hants, prior of, 1257 iii.

Bromesden, 1091.

Bromfield (Bromefield), Denb., 871, 878 iii., 929 iii.

Bromham, Wilts, letter dated, 1219.

Bromhill manor, Hants, 243 (34).

Bromley Magna, Essex, g. 1015 (29).

- Parva, Essex, g. 1015 (29).

Bromley, Kent, 1012.

Brommour (Bromere), Hants, prior of, 1257 iii.

Brooke (Broke, Brook) St. Mary, Rutl., manor or cell of, 444, 1151, 1166, 1191 (p. 499), 1238.

-, farmer of, 1166.

-, prior of, 444, 1151, 1191 (p. 499).

Broucbourgh. See Bourbourg.

Broun. See Brown.

Browne, Sir Anthony, 154 n., 834, 878 (p. 365 bis), 1134, 1150.

-, -, examined, 1134 (1), 1150.

-, -, his brother, 1150.

-, -, his wife, 1150.

Browne, Dr. George, prior of Austin Friars, London, and Provincial of his Order, Abp. of Dublin (1536), 172, 502, 774, 902, 1051, 1147 ("two archbishops," i.e. Canterbury and Dublin):—g. 597 (20, 23, 47).

-, -, letter from, 502.

Browne, Brown, Broun, &c.

-, —, post, 853, 944, 959 (?).

-, —, draper, 869.

-, Sir Edw., knight of St. John, g. 597 (38).

-, Humph., serjeant, 598.

-, John, g. 226 (21), 392 (48).

-, Mary, 1186.

-, Sir Matthew, 766.

-, Thos., 272 (2).

-, Walter, g. 392 (2).

-, Sir Weston, dec., 1156 (p. 485).

-, Wm., 1231.

Bruce, Rob. de, 609.

Bruce, John, of Ipswich, letter from, 571.

Brudenell, Thos., 1191 (p. 499).

Brudges. See Bridges and Brigges.

Bruern (Brewerne, Brewan) abbey, Oxon, 388, 878 ii., 1238.

Bruges, in Flanders, 541.

-, English house at, 541.

Bruges. See Brigges.

Bruisyard (Brusyed), nunnery, Suff., 1238.

Brunswick, 24 (p. 7), 343.

Brunswick, duke of, 343, 1042.

Brunton, Nthld., g. 1015 (13).

Brussels (Bruxelles), 222 n., 663, 1069 (p. 451).

Brusyed. See Bruisyard.

Bruton abbey, Soms., 1126.

-, abbot of, 1126.

Brwerton. See Brereton.

Bryan. See Brian.

Brydges. See Bridges.

Bryerton. See Brereton.

Bryges. See Brigges.

Bryggwater. See Bridgewater.

Brygishous. See under London, Bridgehouse.

Brymston, Thos., 1252.

Brynstan, Friar John, 318.

Brytewell. See Brightwell.

Brythemston. See Brighton.

Brytt, Robt., g. 1256 (53).

Buccleugh (Bucklough), laird of, 862.

Bucer, Martin, 458 (p. 186), 847, 990, 1035, 1060, 1106.

Buck, —, 488, 499 (p. 202), 573.

Buckenham (Bukkenham) priory, Norf., 364 (p. 143), 1238.

-, prior of See Milgate, John.

Buckingham, 916.

Buckinghamshire, 748, 804, 891.

Buckl. d, 878 ii.

Bucklands tenement in Over Burton, Berks, g. 226 (25).

Buckley. See Bulkeley.

Bucklough. See Buccleugh.

Buckwolt, Achin, 1116.

Bucler, Wm., 1169.

Budbrook (Budbroke), Warw., 1259.

Budgegood, Ant., letter from, 567.

Builth (Biellt), in Wales, deanery of, 431 (p. 176).

Bukkenham. See Buckenham.

Bukyngton. See High Bickington.

Bulbeke, John de Vere, lord, s. & h. of the earl of Oxford, 1087 (30).

Bulkeley, Anne, g. 1015 (35).

- (Bowkeley), Sir Ric., [vice] chamberlain of North Wales, 785, 805, 820, 870, 878 ii., 1171.

-, -, letter from, 805.

-, -, letter to, 785.

-, -, his wife, 785.

-, (Buckley), Ric., dec., g. 392 (19).

-, Rob., g. 1015 (35).

-, Rob., dec., g. 1015 (35).

- (Buckley), Roland, brother of Sir Ric., 785, 820.

-, -, letter from, 785.

Bull, Wm., 52.

Bullington (Bolyngton), Linc., mon. of, 1238.

Bulmer, Sir John, g. 777 (14).

Bulls from Rome, 72, 202, 1089.

Bunbury College, Chesh., 364 (p. 143).

Bungay (Bongay), Suff., 1257 xi.

-, nunnery of, 599, 1236.

-, alias Sabyn, Robt., prior of Sibton, 1247.

Bunolt. See Benolt.

Bunratty (Bon Raytte) castle, in Ireland, 1048.

Buon. See Bon.

Burchardus, Francis, vice-chancellor of Saxony, 158, 771, 1003.

-, -, letter to, 158.

Burchester. See Bicester.

Burde, John, 318.

Burdoke, —, of Calais, 789.

Burdon, Ric., 1126.

Burdsall. See Birdsall.

Buren, lord of, 860.

Bures St. Mary's, Suff., g. 1015 (29).

Burey, Mons. de, 1114.

Burford, the baron of, 204.

- (Burfor, Boreford), Oxon, 870, 878 ii.: —g. 1256 (18).

Burgate, Hants, g. 1015 (35).

Burgert, in Germany, 303 (p. 114).

Burgevenny. See Abergavenny.

Burgh. See Borough.

Burghfield, Berks, 1091.

Burgio, baron de, 648.

Burgos, in Spain, 201.

Burgos, Don Inigo Mendoza bp. of, cardinal, 947, 1043.

Burgoyn (Burgon), Chr., g. 1015 (4).

-, John, g. 392 (22).

-, Ric., g. 392 (22).

-, Robt., 858, 917, 1191 (1, 2, 3).

-, -, letter from, 858, 917.

Burgraff, Norf., g. 1256 (26).

Burgundy (Bourgone, Borchogna, Burgoyn), 221, 273 (p. 100), 368, 401, 407, 437, 600 (p. 242), 670 (p. 268), 689, 699 (p. 291), 945, 970, 1069 (pp. 449, 452), 1120, 1142 (p. 480), 1212.

Burgundy, the house of, Burgundians, 24 303 (p. 113), 304 ii., 670 (p. 267) 1116.

Burley, Mrs., 487.

-, Thos., curate of Oxhill, 14.

Burneham, Bucks, abbey of, 491, 1238 (under both Berks and Bucks).

-, vicar of, 491.

Burnell, John, of Balgriffen, 1048.

Burrowe. See Borough.

Burrows. See Borow.

Burscough (Burscoght) priory, Lanc., 364 (p. 141), 1191 (5), 1238.

Burston (Barston), Norf., 1257 ii.

Burton. See Bretton Monk.

Burton (Bortton), Sussex, letters dated at, 1038–9, 1207.

Burton Bishop, Kynwalgraves hospital near, g. 392 (35).

Burton Grange, Leic., g. 226 (26).

Burton Lazars hospital, Leic., g. 226 (26).

-, master of. See Ratcliff, Thos.

Burton-upon-Trent, Staff., 222.

-, abbot of, 1088.

Burton (Burtun), John, 154.

- (Borton), Simon, 1187 (2).

Burwardescote, 1091.

Bury. See also Berry.

-, Ant., g. 1256 (53).

-, Thos., prb. of Congreve, g. 226 (5).

-, Sir Will., late prior of Shulbred, 1207.

Bury St. Edmunds, abbey of, 364 (p. 144).

-, -, John Melford alias Reeve, abbot of, 364 (p. 144).

-, -, prior of. See Ringstede, Thos.

Bushe, Lewis, 895.

Bushtett, M., the secretary, 25.

Bussce, Will., 1264.

Busshemade priory, Beds, 1238.

Busshope. See Bishop.

Butchers, 243 (43), 667.

Butler, lord James, son of Ossory, lord treasurer of Ireland, 15, 155, 196, 515, 757, 937, 1048, 1052, 1112, 1168.

-, -, letter from, 939.

-, -, signature of, 15, 937 (2), 938.

Butler, Piers. See Ossory, earl of.

Butler, —, messenger, 598.

-, Arnall, g. 392 (48).

-, John, commissary of Calais, letter from, 292.

-, Katharine, daughter of Ossory, 757.

- (Butlar), Wm., 431 (p. 175).

- (Butteler), Wm., serjeant-at-arms, g. 226 (35).

Butley, Suff., St. Mary's priory, prior of. See Mannynge, Thos.

Butterfeld, Agnes, 364 (p. 139).

Butts (Buttes), William, M.D., King's physician, 459.

Butts, Will., of Middleton, Norf., 1257 vi.

Byerden. See Berdin.

Byfleet (Biflete), Surr., g. 597 (43).

Bygge, Edw., g. 597 (43).

Byggs, Thos., 623 ii.

Byggyn. See under Fordham.

Byglynge, Thos., 693 iv.

Bygod or Bygott. See Bigod.

Bykellsdon. See Bittlesden.

Byland abbey, Yorks, 364 (p. 140).

Byleygh abbey, near Maldon, Essex, 531, 1238.

-, abbot of, 194.

Byllyngton, Thos., 876 (7).

Bylott, —, 538.

Byndon. See Bindon.

Bynham. See Binham.

Byrcheham. See Bircham.

Byrkehed. See Birkenhead.

Byrkyn. See Birkin.

Byrnes (Brines), the, Irish family, 15, 1168.

Byrryton, Will., of Stoke Lacy, Heref., 1257.

Byston. See Beeston.



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