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'Index: F', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 10: January-June 1536 (1887), pp. 573-577. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75447 Date accessed: 22 October 2014.


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Fachs. See Foxe.

Faenza, Ridolfo Pio bp. of, papal nuncio in France, letters from, 35, 71, 106, 157, 175, 187, 190, 228, 279, 294, 315, 359, 443, 450, 570, 697, 831, 838, 922, 956, 1002, 1115, 1121, 1162, 1179, 1212.

-, -, other references to, 689 (p. 284).

Fagan, Gregory, 937.

-, John, letter from, 1013.

Fairfax (Farfax), —, 869.

-, Sir Nich., 1152:—g. 777 (14).

-, Thos., serjeant-at-law, g, 777 (10, 14).

Falconer (Fawkoner), Robt. the, 313.

Falkland, in Scotland, letter dated at, 421.

Fallesley, letter dated at, 606.

Fanelond. See Farne Island.

Fano, F. Torello da. See Torello.

Faray. See Faroe.

Faresley (qu. Farley?), Staff., 272 (2).

Farfax. See Fairfax.

Farleigh, Wilts, g. 1256 (6).

-, priory, Wilts, 1238:—g. 1256 (6).

-, prior of. See Brecknock, Lewis.

Farnborough, letter dated at, 323.

Farne Island (Fanelond), coast of Nthld., 1238.

Farnese, Alexander, cardinal, son of Peter Louis, 906.

Farnese, Peter Louis, son of Pope Paul III. (afterwards duke of Parma), 546, 689, 699 (pp. 287–8), 906.

Faroe (Faray, Feraye) Islands, 303–4.

Farrar, Humph., 1171.

Faryngton, Robt., letter from, 85.

Fasagh, the, of Bentree. See Bentry Fasagh.

Fate or Fatte, John, gunner, g. 226 (32).

Fauntz, Kent, g. 1015 (37).

Faver, John, g. 226 (1).

Faversham (Feversham) abbey, Kent, 484, 627.

-, letter dated at, 484, 627, 724.

-, John Shepey, abbot of, 484, 627, 724, 929 iii.

-, -, letters from, 484, 627, 724.

Fawkon, John, 1247.

Fawkoner. See Falconer.

Fawystys Gardayne, Kent, g. 1015 (37).

Faye, Mclyour, 937 (2).

Feckenham (Fekenham) Forest, Worc., g. 1015 (10).

Fedyngton, Glouc., 693 iii.

Fegarod. See Fitzgerald.

Feguillen. See Fitzwilliam.

Feisgerrot. See Fitzgerald.

Feldar, Thos., 562 (p. 220).

Felday, Piers, 1170.

Fele. See Field.

Felgham. See Felpham.

Felley priory, Notts., 364 (p. 138), 1238.

Felmyngham, Ralph, 876 (6).

Felpham (Felgham), Suss., g. 597 (33).

Felsted (? Folsted), Essex, g. 1015 (33).

Felton, Thos., 1257 ii.

Feraye. See Faroe.

Ferdinand, king of the Romans and of Hungary and Bohemia, archduke of Austria, brother of Charles V., 24 (p. 7), 70, 264, 342, 368 ii., 398, 401, 534, 620, 682, 714 iii., 860, 947, 961, 965, 1069 (p. 444), 1142 (p. 480).

-, -, letter to, 965.

-, -, his son, 368 ii.

Ferdinand the Catholic, king of Castile (ob. 1516), 39, 284 (p. 106), 575 (p. 227).

Feribye. See Ferriby.

Ferley. See Farley.

Fermor or Fermour, Rob., leatherseller, 1226.

-, Thos., 12.

-, Wm., 139:—g. 226 (2).

Fermyng Woods in Rockingham Forest, g. 775 (18).

Fernes (Fernis) castle, in Ireland, 1168.

Fernynghoo, Ntht., 1257 x.

Ferrara, 1254 (p. 525).

Ferrara, Modena and Reggio, Hercules d'Este duke of, 107, 479, 534, 768, 906.

Ferrer, Robt., 227.

Ferrers (Ferrares, Ferys), Walter Devereux lord, chamberlain of South Wales, 259, 268, 330, 337, 364 (p. 138), 431 ix., 765, 1087 (20):—g. 597 (52), 775 (5).

-, -, signature of, 268.

Ferriby North (Fryrelye), Yorks, priory of, 364 (p. 139), 1238.

-, -, prior of. See Baldwin, John.

Ferys, lord. See Ferrers, lord.

Fetherstone, Ric., priest, schoolmaster to the princess Mary, 308.

Fetherstone, Nich., 206.

Feversham. See Faversham.

Fewaryn. See Fitzwarine.

Field (Fele), —, of Payneston, 1048.

Filoll (Philol), Dr. Jasper, 213.

Finch (Finche), Mary, 1187.

Finchale (Fynchekatte) priory, near Durham, 364 (p. 142), 1238.

Finchley, Midd., 878 iii., 929 ii.

Fineshade (Fynshed, Fynneshed) priory Ntht., 643, 1238.

Fingrinhoe (Fyngrinhoo), Essex, g. 1015 (29).

Firenze. See Florence.

Firkyll, Augustine, 1257 ii.

First Fruits and Tenths, 243 (14, 42), 254 (pp. 92–3), 424, 595, 897, 1030, 1032, 1087 (45).

-, treasurer of. See Gostwick, John.

-, Act concerning, 897, 1030, 1032, 1087 (45).

Fisher, John, cardinal, bp. of Rochester (beheaded 22 June 1535), 34, 59 (p. 21), 72, 99, 107, 202, 235 (p. 84), 351 (p. 132), 429, 458 (p. 188), 524, 587, 924 n., 975, 977 (p. 407), 1239, 1257 iv., 1273.

Fisher (Fyssher), —, 559, 804.

-, —, Lisle's servant, 963–4, 994, 1058, 1074.

-, John, canon of Warwick, 1259.

-, Sir Michael, g. 1015 (4).

-, Thos., 67, 1125.

Fitton, Nich., 1257.

Fitzgarethe. See Fitzgerald.

FitzGeoffrey, John, 1257 x.

Fitzgerald (Fytzgarret, Fitzjerard, Fytzgarret, Fegarod), lord Thomas (rightfully tenth earl of Kildare, though officially styled as above, and occasionally as "the traitor" or "the rebel"), 10, 140, 155, 199 (p. 70), 254, 429, 602, 606, 895, 937 (2), 939, 1029, 1032, 1051 (2), 1087, 1104, 1195, 1210.

-, -, his five uncles, 602, 1087, 1210.
-, See also Fitzgeralds.

-, -, his wife, 1032.

Fitzgerald, James, of Desmond, son of Maurice and claimant of the earldom of Desmond, 757.

Fitzgerald, Sir John, of Desmond, claimant of the earldom of Desmond (died 1536), 527, 757, 1029, 1032, 1052, 1168.

-, -, his four sons, 527.

Fitzgerald, Cicely (lady Sislie), daughter of the ninth earl of Kildare, sister of lord Thomas, 937 (2).

-, Eleanor, daughter of the eighth earl of Kildare, married Manus O'Donell, 15.

-, Gerald, son of Shane (Gerold McGerold McShane), 937 (2).

-, James (FitzJohn of Desmond), 1052.

- (Fitzgarethe, Feisgerrot), Sir James, 323, 515.

-, -, his lands in Gloucester and Warwick, 323.

-, -, his brethren, 515.

- (Fitzgarethe), Sir Thomas, 323.

Fitzgeralds, (Garratts), Kildare family (uncles, &c. of lord Thomas), 406, 429 (p. 173), 1195. See also Fitzgerald, lord Thomas, his five uncles.

Fitzherbert, Sir Ant., justice of C. P., 598, 848, 876:—g. 1015 (31).

Fitzjames, Sir John, lord chief justice, 598, 848:—g. 392 (23, 28), 1015 (3), 1256 (53).

Fitzjerard. See Fitzgerald.

Fitzjohn, Jas., of Desmond. See Fitzgerald, James.

Fitzwarine (Fewaryn), John Bourchier lord (afterwards earl of Bath), 702 ii., 1088:—g. 1256 (53).

Fitzwilliam (Feguillen), Sir Wm., treasurer of the Household, 100, 115, 209, 336–7, 351 (p. 132), 380, 401, 438, 476, 516–19, 622, 628, 640, 688, 706, 715, 738, 797, 799, 848, 855, 865, 919, 931, 963–4, 994–5, 1005–6, 1019, 1024, 1037, 1058–9, 1070, 1074, 1076, 1101, 1134, 1155–6, 1157–8, 1208, 1268:—g. 775 (17), 777 (10, 14), 1015 (2–4), 1256 (53).

-, -, letters from, 438, 476, 516, 628, 706, 1076.

-, -, letters to, 799, 1158.

-, -, offices granted to, 1268.

Fitzwilliam, Anne, 243 (28).

-, Dame Jane, 496.

Flamborough (Flamburgh), Yorks, g. 1015 (14).

Flamok, A., 870.

Flamsted nunnery or St. Giles in Bosco, Herts, 1238.

Flanders and the Low Countries, 33, 59 (p. 22), 141 (pp. 47, 52), 203, 209, 222, 240, 254 (p. 93), 273, 307 (p. 117), 351 (pp. 132–3), 368, 376, 401, 403, 410 (p. 167), 425, 429–30, 458 (p. 187), 486, 529, 533, 557, 560–1, 575 (p. 228), 580, 601, 670 (pp. 268, 273), 699 (p. 289), 760, 827, 861, 1014, 1047, 1055, 1069 (pp. 441, 446), 1120, 1130, 1142, 1227, 1254, 1263:—g. 1256 (28).

-, court of, 493, 541, 580, 1120.

-, Great Master of, 401.

-, Admiral of. See Beures, Sieur de.

-, council of, 663.

-, prognostic made in, 1069 (p. 441).

-, Master of Finances. See Arscot, P., duke of.

Flanders, Regent of. See Mary queen of Hungary.

Flanesford (Flarsford) priory, Heref., 1238.

Flarsford. See Flanesford.

Flatbury, Wm., abbot of Sibton, 1247.

Flatewyk. See Flitwick.

Flaxley or Dene abbey, Glouc., 1238.

Fleccher, Edw., 553.

Flecher, Joan, 364 (p. 139).

Flegg, —, Observant Friar, 524.

Fleming, Flemmynge, &c., Henry, vicar of Brewood, g. 392 (7).

Flemings, particular, 781, 813, 846.

Flemmynge, John, g. 597 (41).

-, Peter, 431 (p. 176).

Flemyng, Wm., 903.

Fletcher, John, g. 392 (33).

Flintshire, g. 1256 (9).

-, comptrollership of 878 (p. 365).

-, sheriffwick of, 870, 878 (p. 365):— g. 1256 (32).

Flitcham (Flytteham) priory, Norf., 1238.

Flitwick (Flatewyk), Beds, g. 226 (21).

Flixton (Flyxston) nunnery, Suff., 1238.

Flod, —, 772.

Floide, —, yeoman of queen Anne's wardrobe, 913.

Florence (Firenze) and the Florentines, 124, 205, 273 (p. 100), 368 (pp. 146–7), 369, 442, 458 (p. 187), 479, 508 (p. 205), 534, 592–3, 652, 684, 689 (p. 282), 700, 714 iii., 1254 (p. 525).

-, exiles from, 70, 205, 368 (pp. 146–7), 369, 442, 534, 620, 714 iii.

Florence, duchy of, 442.

Florence, duke of. See Medicis, Alex, de.

Florence gold, 913.

Flowers, Thos., g. 226 (17).

Flowers, Nic., g. 226 (14).

Flytteham. See Flitcham.

Flyxston. See Flixton.

Focchars, the, bankers, 534.

Fokes, Thos., letter from, 527.

Foljamb or Fuljambe (Folgeamb), —, 871.

-, Godfrey, 879 (5).

-, Sir Godfrey, g. 1015 (31).

-, Roger, 879 (5).

Folkestone, Kent, 263.

-, priory of, 491.

Folsted. See Felsted.

Foly John park, near Windsor, 791, 878 ii.:— g. 1256 (30).

Ford or Fourthe, Nich., g. 1015 (34).

Forde, John, g. 1256 (53).

-, Ric., 553.

Forde, hundred of. See Fordingbridge.

Fordeshome, Salop, 1008.

Fordham (Fordam), Camb., Byggyn priory in, 364 (p. 144), 1238.

Fordham, Essex, g. 1015 (29).

Fordingbridge, Hants, 1257 iii.:—g. 1015 (35).

Foreign policy, 1254.

Foreland, the, 1214.

Forest, Edw., g. 1256 (45).

-, -, his son Edward, g. 1256 (45).

-, Miles, g. 1256 (45).

Forest (Forestz, Forrest), —de la, French envoy to the Turk, 699 (p. 289), 759.

Foreste, Sir Humph., 929 ii.

Forestallers and regrators of grain, 254 (p. 93).

Forging the King's Sign Manual, Act concerning, 243 (36), 254 (p. 93).

Forging evidences, 254 (p. 93).

Forrest. See Forest.

Forseto or Forset, Mr., 882.

Forster, Giles, servant to the duke of Richmond, 891 (2).

Fortescue, Sir Adrian, 1087 (19), 1091.

-, -, letter to, 1091.

-, -, his wife Anne, daughter of Sir Wm. Stonore, 1091.

- (Foscue), Barth., 1257 x.:—g. 1256 (53).

-, Lewis, g. 1256 (53).

Fortune, Walter, 899.

Foscue. See Fortescue.

Fossano (Fosson, Fossham), in Piedmont, 906, 999, 1114, 1130, 1175, 1216.

Fosse, Linc., nuns of, 1238.

Foster, —, 1038.

-, Ric., 1187 (2 ii.), 1207.

-, Thos., g. 1256 (33).

-, Wm., letter from, 1251.

Fouler. See Fowler.

Foull, John, 560.

Foulsest, Geo., gunner, g. 226 (16).

Fountains (Funtance) abbey, Yorks, 131, 137, 271, 288, 363, 364 (p. 142), 424.

-, letters dated at, 424, 514.

-, abbot of. See Thirske, Wm.: also Bradley, Marm.

-, cellarer of, 137 (p. 46).

-, Marmaduke, monk of. See Bradley, Marm.

Fourthe. See Ford.

Fowbridge, Yorks, g. 597 (39).

Fowler (Fouler), Robert, vice-treasurer of Calais, sometimes called treasurer, 445, 568, 635, 710, 738, 789, 1058, 1076, 1128, 1156, 1208.

-, -, letter to, 1076.

Fowler (Fouller), Martin, 1014.

- (Fouler), Thomas, brother of Robert, King's receiver at Calais, 395, 471, 710, 1127.

-, -, letter from, 395.

Fox, Richard, bishop of Winchester (1501– 28), 1257 iii.

Foxe (Fachs), Edward, S. T. P., bp. of Hereford, King's almoner, provost of King's College, Cambridge, ambassador to the German princes, 62, 75, 108, 111–12, 149 (1, 2, 3), 235 (p. 84), 266, 289, 305, 314, 316, 321, 342, 351 (p. 134), 447, 504, 601 (p. 244), 619, 654, 665, 730, 770–1, 845, 847, 860 (see Errata), 954, 1251. See also German princes, English embassy to.

-, -, letter from, 62.

-, -, letter to, 314.

-, -, a servant of, 111.

Fox or Foxe, Edmund, 132.

-, Jas., g. 777 (14).

-, Nic., 899.

Foystenberg. See Furstenberg.

Framlingham, Suff., letters dated at, 162, 436.

Frampton (Fraunton) in Winchcombe, Glouc., 564.

France and the French, 9, 25, 34, 59 (p. 21), 82, 141 (pp. 50, 52), 157, 175, 187, 199 (p. 70), 200, 240, 264–5, 305, 308, 322–3, 351, 401, 407, 410, 429, 437, 442, 446, 450–1, 458 (pp. 184, 186), 479, 482, 494–5, 533–4, 569–70, 575, 580, 592, 600–1, 620, 637, 652–3, 658–9, 666, 678, 682, 684, 687, 699, 700, 714, 760–1, 768, 782, 786, 795–6, 814, 831, 838, 860–1, 887–8, 906, 908 (pp. 376, 379), 923, 945, 954, 970, 1003, 1036, 1042, 1047, 1055, 1069–70, 1084–5, 1120, 1142 (p. 480), 1145, 1154, 1161, 1172, 1254 (p. 525), 1268:—g. 775 (12).

- (See also Normandy), natives of, denizens in England, g. 226 (1, 9, 14, 27), 392 (1, 43), 597 (34), 775 (15), 1015 (1).

-, Henry VIII.'s pension of (the King's money). See French pensions.

-, ambassadors in, 838:—
-, English, 1255. See also Gardiner, Steph.; Wallop, Sir John; Brian, Sir Francis.
-, Imperial. See Hannaert, John.
-, Papal nuncio. See Faenza, bp. of.
-, Portuguese, 368 (p. 146), 375 (p. 151), 713, 795.
-, Scotch, 87, 141 (pp. 50, 53), 142, 1169.
-, Venetian, 273 (p. 100), 374, 443.

-, Admiral of. See Brion, sieur de.

-, Grand Esquire of. See Genouillac, J. R. de.

-, Grand Master of. See Montmorency, A. de.

Franche Comté, 368.

Franchises, 254 (p. 93).

Francis I., king of France (the "Most Christian King"), 10, 21, 25, 35, 54, 71, 106–7, 123–4, 166, 170, 177, 187, 190, 199 (p. 70), 221, 228–9, 235, 261, 272, 279, 282 (p. 103), 290, 303 (p. 113), 314–15, 333, 341, 351 (p. 132), 352, 358–9, 368, 373–5, 398, 401, 403 (el Re), 410, 425–7, 437 (p. 178), 443, 450, 458 (pp. 185 "the King," 186–7), 458 (2), 479, 482, 486, 494, 534, 538, 546, 561, 575–6, 580, 587, 592–3, 600, 619, 632, 638, 659–60, 663, 670 (pp. 268, 271–4), 678, 684, 687–9, 695, 697, 699 (pp. 288, 291, 293–4), 713–14, 720, 725–6, 730, 752–3, 759–60, 768, 795–6, 814, 823, 838, 863, 887 (p. 369), 888, 906, 908 (p. 379), 922–3, 932, 934, 946, 956, 961, 977 (p. 407), 1042, 1069–70, 1077 (p. 456), 1084–5, 1094, 1114, 1123, 1140, 1142 (p. 480), 1157, 1159–62, 1169, 1174–5, 1212, 1227–8, 1230, 1254–5:—g. 775 (12).

-, letters to, 410, 688–9.

-, eldest daughter of. See Magdalen.

-, illness of, 10.

-, mother of, 368 (p. 146).

-, his sons, 35 (p. 14), 375 (p. 151), 592 (p. 235).

-, his sons, hostages in Spain (Francis and Henry), 670 (p. 273).

Francis, the Dauphin, eldest son of Francis I., 282 (p. 103), 333, 796, 1069 (pp. 445–7), 1121, 1162.

Francis, a courier (Piamontese or Ghabrielli), 663.

Francis (Fraunces), Godfrey, g. 392 (33).

-, John, g. 597 (22).

-, Robt., g. 392 (18).

-, Wm, g. 597 (22).

Franciscus, —, of Wittenberg, 266.

Frank, Robt., 79 iii.

Franke, Mr., of Hastings, 348.

Frankfort (Franckford), 319, 458 (pp. 184, 186), 954.

-, letters dated at, 730, 847, 860.

-, fair, 319.

Fransham (Fraunceham), Norf., 1257 ii.

Frating, Essex, g. 1015 (29).

Fraunces. See Francis.

Frawnton. See Frampton.

Frechevyle, John, dec., g. 597 (48).

-, -, his widow. See Hastings, Eliz.

-, Peter, g. 597 (48).

Frederick I., king of Denmark (died 1533), 303–4.

Freefolk (Frefolk), Hants, 1257 iii.

Freer, John, 77 ii.

Freman (Freeman), John, King's goldsmith, 573, 1026.

-, -, letter from, 1026.

French army, 591–3, 600, 652, 659–61, 670 (p. 268), 688–9, (pp. 283–4), 691, 699 (p. 289), 759, 814, 906–7, 932, 945–6, 961, 970, 977 (p. 408), 1114, 1130, 1142 (p. 480), 1160, 1175.

French cardinals, 107 (p. 37).

- council, 235, 442.

- court, 168, 235, 273 (p. 100), 351 (p. 134), 374–5, 437, 442, 592, 670 (p. 271), 699 (p. 291), 713, 737, 795, 1069 (p. 447), 1114, 1212.

-, knights, 769 (Langey, &c.?).

- merchants, 199 (p. 70), 410.

- marriage, i.e., of James V. with Mary of Bourbon (q.v.)

-, pensions (the King's money), 25, 315, 699 (p. 294), 908.

Frere, Thos., 794.

Frethylstoke. See Frithelstock.

Fretton, Thos., groom of the Wardrobe of Robes, 772, 914.

Freurs, Wm., letters from, 647, 903.

Friar at Calais, a. See Peretre.

Friar (Phrier), John, 320–1, 411, 418.

-, -, letter to, 418.

Fribourg, in Switzerland, 458 (p. 186), 575.

Fringford (Fryngforde), Oxon, 878 ii.

Frith, Geo., 1257.

Frithelstock (Frethylstoke), Devon, nunnery of, 1238.

Fronton (Montfrin), near Toulouse, letters dated at, 197–8, 731.

Froxfield, Wilts, g. 1256 (6).

Fryes, Wm., g. 226 (35).

Fryrelye. See Ferriby North.

Fuggers (Focchars), the, bankers, 534.

Fulford, Sir John, g. 1256 (53).

Fulham, Midd., 871.

-, letter dated at, 213.

Fuller, Hugh, 721 (5), 980.

-, letter from, 980.

-, Thos., 318.

Fulmodeston, Norf., 1257 ii.

Fulthorpe, Wilfred, 553.

-, Wm., 77.

Funtance. See Fountains.

Furness abbey, Lanc., 364 (p. 140).

-, letter dated at, 51.

-, Roger Pele, abbot of, 51,364 (p. 140).

-, -, letter from, 51.

-, -, his predecessor, 51.

Furstenberg, Frederic, count of, Imperial general, 458 (p. 187).

Furstenberg (Foystenberg), count William of, French general, 221, 458 (pp. 186–7).

-, -, his brother, 458 (p. 187).

Fyfield, Essex, g. 1015 (33).

Fyn. See Fin.

Fynchekatte. See Finchale.

Fyneux, Sir John, C. J. of K. B., dec., g. 392 (47).

-, Wm., g. 392 (47).

Fynglas, Patrick, chief baron of the Exchequer in Ireland (1535–7), 155, 301, 317, 1029–31, 1103, 1196, 1210, 1223.

-, -, signature of, 155, 301, 1029–31, 1196, 1210, 1223.

Fynglasse, Thos., 1196.

Fynneshed. See Fineshade.

Fynnys, Robt., vicar of Loose, 1125.

Fynshed. See Fineshade.

Fyssher. See Fisher.

Fytz. See Fitz.



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