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'Index: E', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 10: January-June 1536 (1887), pp. 570-572. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75446 Date accessed: 22 September 2014.


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Early (Erle), Berks, 1091.

Eastbourne (Easebourne, Estebourne) priory, Suss., 1238.

East Bradenham, Norf., letter dated at, 563.

East Church, Kent, 176 ii.

Easton (Eston), Wilts, Trinitarian priory of, 1238:—g. 1256 (6).

-, prior of. See Brian, Henry.

Eastridge (Estrigge), Wilts, g. 1015 (26).

Eastwoodbury, Essex, g. 597 (3, 4).

Eave, Mons. de, 580.

Ebereregh. See Abererch.

Ecclesiastical ceremonies, 282 (p. 103).

- endowments, 282 (p. 103).

- jurisdiction (liberties of bishops), 88, 243 (49), 337 (p. 128).

Echells. See Etchells.

Eckeloo (Eclow) forest, in Flanders, 541.

Eddelegon, in Wales, 252.

Edelburnell (Shropsh.?), 878 (p. 365).

Ederos. See Ivychurch.

Edgar, king, a charter of, 90, 103.

Edgecombe (Eggecumbe), Sir Piers, 551, 981: —g. 1015 (3), 1256 (53).

-, -, letter from, 551.

-, -, his father, 551.

-, Ric., g. 1015 (3), 1256 (53).

Edinburgh, 482 n., 536, 605.

-, letters dated at, 483, 728–9, 758, 786, 853, 862–3, 944, 959–60.

Edmond, lord. See Howard, lord Edmond.

Edmondes, Thos., 362.

Edmonton, Midd., 1231.

Edward the Confessor, a charter of, 90.

Edward, Prince, afterward Edward VI., 1246 (see Errata).

Edwardo, M., 945.

Edwards, John, 31.

Egerton, Sir Ralph, g. 1256 (14).

Eggecumbe. See Edgecombe.

Egham, Surr., g. 226 (17).

Eglesfeld, —, 17.

-, Brian, 77 ii.

Egleston, mon. of, archd. of Richmond, 1238.

Eglestone, Mr., 562 (p. 220).

Egobell. See Aiguebelle.

Eisenach (Isenake), in Germany, 847.

Eisleben, John Agricola of (Islebiensis). See Agricola, J.

Elbe (Elfe), the river, 313.

Elbogen or Elbowe. See Malmoe.

Eleanor, queen of France, sister of Charles V., widow of Emanuel, king of Portugal, 719, 888, 907, 923, 1227 (p. 512).

Elerton. See Ellerton.

Elfe. See Elbe.

Elizabeth, princess (born 1533), daughter of Henry VIII. and Anne Boleyn (called officially "Princess," but by Imperialists "Bastard"), 57, 141 (p. 51), 283, 308, 352, 410 (p. 166), 625, 774, 808, 908 (pp. 377–8), 909, 913, 956, 973, 1036, 1043–4, 1107, 1134 (p. 476), 1186–7.

Ellastone alias Glaston, Staff., 857.

Ellerker, Sir Ralph, jun., 721 (5), 980:—g. 777 (10).

-, -, letter from, 980.

Ellerton (Elerton) nunnery, Yorks, 364 (p. 142), 1238 (Richm.)

- priory, Yorks, 1238.

Elles, Dr., 1046.

Ellis or Ellys, Thos., prior of Leighs, g. 1015 (33).

Elmer. See Aylmer.

Elmham North, Norf., g. 1256 (26).

Elmley castle, Worc., g. 597 (31).

Elmstead (Elmestede), Essex, g. 1015 (29).

Elmton (Elmeton), Derb., 878 (p. 365).

Elpen, John von, 1116.

Elphin, in Ireland, bp. of. See Maxey, John.

Eltham (Eltam), Kent, 25, 674, 876 (8), 878 ii., 1231.

-, letters, &c., dated at, 12, 16, 25, 45:—g. 226 (2–4, 6, 10).

Elveden, John, 927.

Elvell, in Wales, deanery of, 431 (p. 176).

-, Over., in Wales, g. 1256 (51).

Ely, priory of, 507.

Ely, Thos. Goodrich bp. of, 75, 284 (pp. 105–6), 337 (p. 128), 364 (p. 138): —g. 1015 (2, 4).

Elyot, Sir Thomas, 601 (p. 245?), 1233.

-, -, letter from, 1233.

Elyot, Geo. letter from, 1218.

-, John, of Plymouth, letter from, 52.

-, -, letter to, 462.

Elysy, Cornw., 1257 x.

Emanuel (Manoel), king of Portugal, 428.

Embezzlement, 1087 (36).

Emery, Ant., 1257 ii.

Emlyn, in Wales, dean of. See Lloyd, David.

Emperor, the. See Charles V.

Empress, the. See Isabella.

Empson, Thos., 1257 x.

Enagh. See Nenagh.

Enart. See Hannaert.

Enfans, Robt. aux, barbarier, 934.

Enfield, Midd., g. 226 (29).

England, vice-admiral of. See Lisle, lord.

England, John, 876 (7).

Englefield, Sir Thomas, justice of C.P., 129–30, 204, 258–9, 330, 354, 848, 876, 1178.

-, -, letters from, 130, 204, 258, 354.

Englefield, Mary, 1091.

Englishe, Thos., 712.

Ennebaut. See Annebaut.

Enold, —, 722.

Enrolments of contracts of lands, 243 (50), 246 (6).

Ensham (Ensam, Eynsham), Oxon, 1205.

-, letter dated at, 274.

-, abbey of, 259.

-, Anthony, abbot of, letter from, 274.

Epigrave. See Ibgrave.

Epirus, 479.

Epworth priory. See under Axholme.

Erasmus, Desiderius, of Rotterdam, 34, 458 (p. 188), 478, 587, 867.

-, -, letter from, 478.

Erbury (Yerbury) Austin Canons, Warw., 1191 (2), 1238.

-, prior of, 1191 (2).

Erchefounte, Wilts, g. 1256 (6).

Eresie, Jas., 1257 x.

Eretage. See Heritage.

Erith, Kent, 538:—g. 1015 (37).

Erle. See Early.

Erley, John, 1008.

Ermyngton, 1091.

Ernele, Wm., 722.

Ernold. See Arnold.

Erskine, John lord, 578, 728, 954.

-, -, letter to, 954.

Erskine, Margaret, dau. of lord E., wife of Sir Robt. Douglas of Lochleven and mother of James, earl of Murray by James V., 728, 862 ("divorced gentlewoman"), 1069 (p. 452), 1070, 1179, 1229.

Erskine, Sir Thos., of Brechin, secretary of Scotland, Scotch ambassador to France, 166, 578, 598, 728 ("lord secretary"):—g. 226 (23).

-, -, letter from, 166.

Esholt (Esshot, Essholth) nunnery, Yorks, 364 (p. 139), 1238.

Eslyntoun. See Islington.

Essex, 1057, 1238.

Essex, Henry Bourchier earl of, 94, 231, 362, 462, 531, 833–4, 1057, 1156 (p. 485).

-, -, letters from, 94, 231, 362, 531, 1057.

-, -, letter to, 833.

-, -, chaplain of, 231.

Essex, Marg., g. 392 (28).

-, Thos., g. 392 (28).

-, Will., g. 226 (25).

-, Sir Wm., g. 392 (28).

Essholth or Esshot. See Esholt.

Estam (?), Linc., 1238.

Estebourne. See Easebourne.

Esterforde, Essex, 1231.

Estgrenewyche. See Greenwich.

Esthrop, 1257 x.

Eston. See Easton.

Estrigge. See Eastridge.

Etchells (Echells or Echees), Chesh., 870, 878 iii., 879 (3), 1041:—g. 1256 (14).

-, Hegh Grevehous in, 1041.

Etheropp (Bucks), 496.

-, letters dated at, 20, 95.

Etna, Mount, 648.

Eton College, Bucks, 1242.

Eustace, Thos. See Kilcullen, lord.

Evangelical League in Germany, 24 (p. 9), 457, 730, 771.

Evans, Mr., 1259.

Evenny. See Ewenny.

Everard, Wm., g. 1015 (4).

Everenden, Nic., 1125.

Everest, Robt., yeoman of the wardrobe of Robes, 772, 913–14.

Evers (Ewers), Mr., 553.

-, Ralph, of Fowbridge, g. 597 (39).

-, (Ewre, Ewres), Sir Ralph, sen., 17, 364 (p. 139):—g. 777 (10).

-, Sir Ralph, jun., g. 777 (10).

-, Sir Wm., 1260:—g. 777 (10, 14).

Eversham (?), mon. of, archd. of Richmond, 1238.

Everyngham, Sir Henry, letters from, 621, 717.

-, -, his aunt, 621, 717.

Evesham, letter dated at, 930.

-, abbey of, 1191 (2).

-, -, abbot of, 929 iii.

-, -, cellarer of. See Hawford, Ph.

Evisham, Walter, 1257 viii.

Evora, in Portugal, letter dated at, 428.

Evyndale, lord, 605.

Ewelham, —, embroiderer, 772, 869 (?"William").

Ewelme, Oxon, 870, 878 ii., 1231.

Ewen, Thos., 408.

Ewenny (Evenny) priory, in Wales, 1238.

Ewers. See Evers.

Ewre. See Evers.

Exchequer, the, 246 (18), 413, 435, 505, 1260.

Exchequer, engrosser of the Great Roll. See Hyde, John.

Executorials. See Henry VIII., Papal proceedings against.

Exeter, letters dated at, 4, 296, 650.

-, cathedral, chapter of, letter from, 4.

-, -, lands of, 4.

-, St. Nicholas priory, 296, 1238.

Exeter, (Exon), John Voysey, alias Harman, bp. of, 75, 216, 981, 1088, 1140:— g. 1015 (3), 1256 (53).

Exeter, Henry Courtenay marquis of, 199 (p. 70), 296, 494 (p. 200), 834, 876 (6):—g. 392 (40), 1015 (3), 1256 (53).

-, -, letter to, 296.

-, -, eldest son of, 494 (p. 200).

Exeter, Gertrude marchioness of, 199 n., 601 (p. 245 "the Marchioness"), 1098.

Exminster, Devon, g. 597 (16).

Expethgate head, on the Scotch Border, 1154.

Exton, Rutl., 1257 x.

Eye ("Gye"), Suff., mon. of, 1238. See also Aye.

Eyltame, 1153.

Eynsham. See Ensham.



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