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'Index: D', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 10: January-June 1536 (1887), pp. 567-570. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75445 Date accessed: 01 October 2014.


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Dachet. See Datchet.

Dacre (Dakers), William lord, of Gilsland, 30,161, 260, 364 (pp. 139–40 ter, 142), 1249.

-, -, letter to, 260.

Dacre (Dakers) of the South, Thomas Fienes lord, 364 (p. 138), 876 (6), 878 ii.

Dacre, Philip, 364 (p. 142).

- (Dakers), Ric., 30.

-, Thomas, 260.

-, Thomas, captain in Ireland, letter from, 30.

Dacy, Martin, g. 597 (49).

Dagon, John, 318.

Dakers. See Dacre.

Dalamer. See Delamere.

Dalarever or Dalerever. See Delaryver.

Dale abbey, Derb., 364 (p. 138), 1238.

-, abbot of. See Stanton, John.

Dale, Will., prior of St. Olaves, Herringfleet, 364 (p. 143).

Dallapraye. See De la Pré.

Danasey, Essex, g. 1015 (30).

Danaster (Danastre), Mr., 337, 559, 608, 671–2, 738–9, 788–9, 1165, 1193.

Danby, Wm., g. 777 (14).

Dandalo (Dandolo) or Dandalus, Matteo, of Venice, 217, 872.

Daniel, Thos., g. 392 (15).

Dannesio or Danesius, M., 479, 872.

Danney, John, 1170.

Dantzic, 283.

Darcy, Thomas lord, 523 (? "my master"), 733, 1088, 1152, 1249:—g. 777 (10, 14).

Darcy, Sir Arthur, second son of lord Darcy, 243 (27), 523, 607, 733, 871, 884, 1171:—g. 226 (12).

-, -, letter from, 733.

-, -, letter to, 523.

-, Sir George, eldest son of lord Darcy, letter from, 607.

-, -, his wife, 607.

Dardystown (Durdystow), in Ireland, 1048.

Darel. See Darrell.

Daresbury, Chesh., 272.

Darknall, Robt., 852, 929.

Darrell (Darel), Mrs., 40.

-, Besse, 871, 1134 (3).

-, Thos., g. 1015 (30).

Dartford, Kent, g. 1015 (37).

Darwin, Ric., 1276.

Dasedale (i.e. Basedale). See Nunthorpe.

Datchet, Bucks, ferry of, g. 777 (9).

Daubeney (Daubny, Dawbney, &c), Harry Lord, 416, 558–9, 608, 646, 671–2, 856, 866, 920, 952–3, 964, 994–5, 1059, 1074–5, 1165, 1193, 1202, 1209.

-, Katharine lady, wife of the preceding, 416.

Daubigny, Mons., 591.

Daunce (Dawnce), Sir John, surveyor of Crown lands, 993:—g. 1015 (6).

Daundy, Mr., of Ipswich, 51.

Dauphin, the. See Francis.

Dauphiné, in France, 437 (p. 178).

David Griffith, John ap, 354.

-, Lewis, 431 vii.

- ap Cadwalader, Mores ap, 258 (2).

- ap John, Jevan ap, 258 (2).

- ap Jorothe, Jevan, g. 1256 (51).

- ap Tedder, Griffith ap, 258 (2).

- ap Hoell, &c., Griffith ap, g. 392 (39).

-, -, Marion d. of, g. 392 (39).

- ap Hoell, Saunder ap, g. 1015 (41).

- ap Thomas, Jevan ap, g. 1015 (41).

- ap Grono, Robt. ap, g. 1015 (41).

Davill, George, 77 ii.

Davington (Devenyngton) priory, Kent (dissolved 1535), 176, 724, 1054.

-, Matilda Dynmark, prioress of, dec., 176, 724.

Davison, Eliz., 364 (p. 141).

Davy, —, 1056.

-, Agnes, 562.

-, John, 454, 560, 650. 1075, 1209.

-, -, letters from, 560, 650.

-, Ric., 318.

-, Wm., 706.

Davys, parson, 370.

-, Thos., 693 iii.

Dawndy. See Daundy.

Dawney, John, g. 777 (14).

Dawny, Eliz., prioress of Blackborough, 364 (p. 143).

Dawtry, Sir John, 722.

Day, John, 1257 xi.

Dealamere. See Delamere.

Debateable ground, the, on the West Borders, 160–1.

Decay of houses and enclosures, Act concerning, 243 (56).

Dechyngham. See Ditchingham.

Dedham, Essex, g. 1015 (29).

Deep. See Dieppe.

Deer, 1241. See also Venison.

Deerhurst (Derest) priory, Glouc., 567.

Delahyde, Jas., 937.

-, Sir Walter, of Moyclare, 1030 (2), 1048.

-, -, his lands in Carbury, 1030 (2).

Delamere (Dalamer, Dalimer) Forest, Chesh., ranger of. See Dutton, Sir P. (1536).

-, rangership of, 870, 878 (p. 365), 879 (6), 929 iii.:—g. 1256 (17).

De la Pré (Dallapraye) nunnery, Ntht., 572.

Delaryver (Dalarever, De Laryver,&c.), Thos., 77 i., ii., 1257 xii.

De la Warr (Lawarre), Thos. West lord, 83, 145, 364 (p. 142), 552, 834, 876 (6), 994.

-, -, letters from, 83, 145, 552.

Delman, Robt., gunner, g. 392 (36).

Delves, Eliz., widow, g. 597 (45).

Delvyn (Delven), Ric. Nugent baron of, 155, 937–8, 1048.

-, signature of, 155, 938.

-, his son, 1048.

Denbigh (Denbith), in Wales, 878 (p. 365):— g. 226 (15), 392 (18, 24–5, 33, 39, 53), 1015 (41), 1256 (13, 24, 44).

-, letters dated at, 778, 805.

-, Little Park or Castle Park, g. 392 (18).

Denbighland, 778.

Dene. See Denny.

Denham, John, 496.

Denizations, g. 226 (1, 8, 9, 11, 14, 27), 392 (1, 12, 30, 43), 597 (6, 29, 34, 49), 775 (15), 1015 (1), 1256 (28, 46).

Denizens, 184.

Denmark, 24, 303–4, 351 (pp. 133–4), 376–7, 400, 440, 449, 469, 575 (p. 228), 601 (p. 244), 954, 1034, 1116.

-, chancellor of. See under Christiern II.

-, council of, 303 (p. 114), 304.

-, crown of (Danish succession), 149.

-, English ambassadors in (Bonner and Cavendish), 490.

Denny (Dene), Camb., monastery of St. Clare, 1238 (p. 516).

Denny (Deny), Anthony, keeper of Westminster Palace and park (1536), 207, 376, 912, 1132:—g. 226 (33–5).

Densell, Mr., 650.

Denton, Thos., of Denton, Linc., 1257 x.

Denys, Roger, letter from, 1020.

-, -, his cousin Jane. See Basset, Jane.

-, Philip, 834.

-, Sir Thomas, 105, 296, 416:—g. 1256 (53).

-, - letters from, 105, 296.

Deptford, Kent, 876 (8).

Derby, 857.

-, St. James, 364 (p. 138).

-, -, prior of. See Gainsborough, Thos.

-, St. Mary's nunnery, 364 (p. 138).

Derby, Edward Stanley earl of, 5 ("my lord"), 364 (p. 141 ter), 806, 834, 876 (6), 878 iii.

-, -, servants of, 5–6 ("my fellows").

Derbyshire, monasteries in, 1238.

Dereham, East, Norf., parson of. See Bonner, Edm.

Dereham, West (Westedereham) abbey, Norf., 364 (p. 144).

Derest priory. See Deerhurst.

Derich (Deric, Dyric, &c.), Gilbert, 415, 492–3 (a servant of the King), 498, 524, 539–41, 601 (p. 244), 699 (p. 289).

-, -, letter from, 415.

Deriche, John, of Norfolk, 563.

Desmond, earldom of, 527, 1029, 1225.

Desmond (Dessemond), Sir John of. See Fitzgerald, Sir John.

-, James of. See Fitzgerald, James.

Desmonds, the, 1082.

Dessemond. See Desmond.

Dethike or Dethyke, Gilb., Hammes Pursuivant, g. 1256 (35).

-, Thos., 1171.

-, Thos., prior of Thurgarton, 364 (p. 138).

Develyn. See Dublin.

Devenyngton. See Davington.

Devereux, Ric., son of lord Ferrers, 1087 (20).

-, Walter, lord Ferrers (q. v.).

Devonshire, 4, 243 (57), 254, 416, 608, 671, 856, 871, 929 iii., 964, 1219, 1274.

-, havens in, Act for, 243 (57).

-, sheriff of. See Pollard, Sir Hugh.

-, juries of, 929 iii.

-, monasteries in, 1238.

Dewblynge or Dewllynge. See Dublin.

Dey, Andrew, 1257 ii.

Diacre, Mich. le, g. 226 (10).

Dieppe (Deep), 166, 982.

-, letters dated at, 692, 781, 813, 846.

Diffryn. See Dyffryn.

Digory, Mr. See Grenville, Degory.

Dillon, Ric., 1048.

-, Thos., 1048.

Dingley, —, 869.

-, John, 1257 x.

-, Mark, g. 392 (28).

- (Dyngle), Sir Thos., commander of Baddesley and Mayne, 391, 882:— g. 775 (8).

Dinteville, Jean de. See Troyes, bailly of.

Dirik, John, 364 (p. 138).

Dispensations, 623, 1087 (50): —App. 3.

Ditchampton (Dychamton), Wilts, 1008.

Ditchingham (Dechyngham), Norf., 97, 1257 ii.

Ditmarsh, in Germany, 24 (p. 7), 1116.

Ditton, Bucks, manor and park of, g. 1256 (34).

Divinity, doubtful, 371.

Dobson, Wm., 553.

Dockington, Thos., salter, g. 392 (26)

Doctor, Mr. See Legh, Dr. Thos.

Dod, Randall, 1187 (2).

Dod, Wm., 1171 bis.

Doddecott, lands called, 416.

Dodmer, Sir Ralph, 1226.

Dogmael [St.] abbey, St. David's dioc., 1238.

Dokenton. See Dockington.

Dolewethlan. See Dolwyddelan.

Dolithlond. See Dolwyddelan.

Dolongand. See Dolwyddelan.

Dolwyddelan (Dolewethlan, Dolongand, Dolithlond), Carnarvonsh., g. 226 (17).

-, church of, g. 226 (17).

Domyngo, —, 869.

Don (Done), Sir Edw., 811, 871.

-, -, letter from, 811.

-, Sir John, 929 iii.

Donatus or Donato, —, of Venice, 320, 479, 872.

Donaunter, Perpoint, 1171.

Doncaster, vicar of, 172.

Doncaster, Thos., abbot of Rufford, 364 (p. 138).

Donemowe. See Dunmowe.

Dongarvan. See Dungarvan.

Donkeswell. See Dunkeswell.

Donnington (Donington), Berks, 878 ii., 1231.

Donnington (Donyngton) priory, near Newbury, Berks, 1238.

Donnington or Donyngton, —, 337.

Donyland East, Essex, g. 1015 (29).

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

Donyngton. See Donnington.

Dora, river in Piedmont, 906, 932.

Dorbas Islond, in Ireland, 1236.

Dorchester abbey, Oxon, 388, 1238.

Dore (Dowre), Derb., 878 (p. 365).

Dore abbey, Heref., 1238.

Dorehame, Essex, 878.

Doria, Andrea, prince of Melfi, the Emperor's admiral, 368 ii., 401, 403, 437 (p. 178), 946, 1175.

Dormer, —, linendraper, 914.

-, Mr., 1037.

-, Sir Robt., letters from, 20, 95.

Dornam. See Tournchem.

Dorothy, eldest daughter of Christiern II. of Denmark, and niece of Charles V., wife of Frederic II., count palatine, 24 (p. 7), 575 (p. 228), 670 (p. 267 "his niece in [Denma]rke").

Dorset, county of, 1219, 1238 (p. 516), 1274.

Dorset, Henry Grey marquis of, (the "young marquis"), 601 (p. 243).

Dorset, John, 794.

-, Thos., curate of St. Margarets, Lothbury, letter from, 462.

Douglas, lady Margaret, niece of Henry VIII. ("lady Margaret"), 913.

-, George, brother of Angus, letter to, 536.

-, Sir Robt., of Lochleven, 728 n.

-, -, his wife. See Erskine, Marg.

Dournam. See Tourneham.

Dove, Wm., 77 ii.

Dover, 1, 98, 136, 337, 558–9, 669, 673 ii., 675, 737–8, 742, 747–8, 779, 781, 789, 813, 856, 865, 875, 878, 954, 985, 1007, 1023–4, 1218.

-, letters dated at, 146, 214, 263, 295, 341, 347–8, 491, 537, 608, 612, 614, 622, 624, 639–40, 1055, 1145, 1214.

-, castle, g. 1015 (16).

-, constable of. See Cheyney, Sir Thos. (1536).

-, churches in the town, 1218.

-, French chapel of Our Lady at, 146, 1023, 1220.

-, keeper of, a French friar. See Pont, John de.

-, haven of, 1145.

-, The Lion, 1023.

-, Maison Dieu, master of. See Tomson, John.

-, St. James' church, 612.

-, -, parson of, 612.

-, St. Martin's priory, 13, 146, 263, 1218.

-, St. Radygund's abbey, in Bradsole, near, 624.

-, -, abbot of, 624.

-, works and workmen on the harbour, 1, 98, 102 146, 208, 214, 341, 347–8, 462 (p. 190), 494 (p. 200), 537, 596, 614, 649, 875, 985, 1007, 1055, 1145.

-, -, comptroller of. See Wingfield, Thos.

-, -, paymaster of. See Whalley, John.

-, bailly of, 614, 624.

-, mayor of, 136, 214, 813, 1214, 1220.

- (John Paynter), letter from, 1214.

Dowland, Dev., 650.

Dowlas. See under Cloth.

Downold or Dunnolde, Th., g. 1015 (2, 4).

Downton, Wilts, 40 ii.

Dowre, See Dore.

Dowsing, John, 97.

Dragley, Chr., treasurer of Ripon, 711.

Drakelow, Chesh., g. 597 (18).

Draper, Chr., 794.

-, Rob., yeoman of the jewels, g. 777 (9).

Draxe priory, Yorks, 364 (p. 141), 1238.

Draycot, Sir Philip, 272, 291:—g. 597 (48).

-, -, signature of, 272.

Drayton, Dry, Cambs., 1257 x.

Drayton Basset, Staff., 272.

Drayton Beauchamp, Bucks, 1257 x.

Drews, John, letters from, 306, 694.

Drewswood in Northhill, Beds, 1040.

Dreypole. See Drypool.

Drogheda, in Ireland, 937.

Droitwich, Worc., g. 1256 (3).

Drypool (Dreypole), near Hull, g. 1015 (7).

Dublin (Dewblynge, Dewllynge), 757, 1104.

-, letter from the town, 940.

-, letters dated at, 30, 155, 185–6, 196, 293, 298, 301–2, 317, 515, 802, 822, 859, 895, 937–40, 984, 988, 1029–32, 1045, 1082, 1102, 1112, 1210, 1223.

-, Allhallows priory, 940.

-, St. Patrick's, near, 186:—g. 597 (20, 23).

-, -, chancellorship of, 1104.

-, St. John's Hospital Without the Walls, 940.

-, castle of, 984.

-, -, constable of. See White, Sir John.

- cathedral (churches of Holy Trinity and St. Patrick), g. 597 (20).

-, -, dean and chapter of, g. 226 (6).

-, Holy Trinity priory, g. 597 (20, 23).

-, sword bearer of, 895.

-, mayor of (in 1534–5), 938–9.

Dublin, county of, 1210.

Dublin (Develyn), abp. of. See Allen, John: Browne, George.

Dublin, archbishopric of, 80, 452, 502 n., 1051:—g. 226 (5, 6), 597 (20, 23, 47), 775 (14).

Ducklington (Duklyngton), Oxon, 878 ii.

Dudcote, Berks, 1091.

Dudley, Edward. See Sutton, Edw.

Dudley, Sir John Sutton, lord, 709, 1045, 1088.

Dudley, Sir John, 272 (2), 291, 834, 837, 871, 929 ii., 1171.

-, -, letters from, 291, 837.

-, -, signature of, 272 (2).

-, Ric., precentor of Salisbury (ob. 1536), 1062.

-, Rob., 331.

-, Thos., g. 597 (14).

Duke, Thos., vicar of Hornchurch, 1264.

Duklyngton. See Ducklington.

Dumfries, 161.

Duncton, Suss., g. 1256 (37).

Dundalk, in Ireland, 1143.

Dunester. See Dunster.

Dungarvan (Dongarvan), in Ireland, castle of, 196.

-, parsonage of, 1030 (2).

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

Dunham, Norf., 1257 ii.

Dunham, Anne, g. 392 (9).

-, Frances, g. 392 (9).

-, Sir John, dec., g. 392 (9).

-, Kath., g. 392 (9).

-, Mary, g. 392 (9).

Dunkeswell (Donkeswell), Dev., 1242.

Dunkirk, in Flanders, 574.

Dunmowe (Donemowe), priory, Essex, 1238.

Dunne, John, g. 777 (13).

Dunnolde or Downolde, Thos., g. 1015 (2, 4).

Dunster (Dunester), priory, Soms., 1238.

Dunstrappe, John, 318.

Duran. See Durham.

Duraunt, Hugh, 130.

Durdystow. See Dardystown.

Durford abbey, Suss., 1238.

Durham, 182–3.

-, abbey of (cathedral priory), 182–3, 364 (p. 142).

Durham (Duran), bp. of. See Tunstall, Cuthbert.

Durham, bpric. of, 826, 1238, 1257 xii.

Durham, county palatine, 721 (6), 1274.

Duryng, land of. See Thuringia.

Dutton, Sir Piers, 243 (15), 259, 618, 870–1: g. 1256 (17).

-, -, letter to, 618.

Duwes, Giles, g. 776 (5).

Dychamton. See Ditchampton.

Dyer, Thos., 869.

Dyffryn (Diffryn) Tivi, in Wales, 431 vi.

Dygorie, cousin. See Grenville, Degory.

Dylbrige, Essex, g. 1015 (29).

Dyngle. See Dingley.

Dynmark, Matilda, prioress of Davington (died 1535), 176.

Dyrik. See Derich.

Dyrram, John, 937.

Dyxgybwyn, 1091.



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