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'Index: H, I', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 10: January-June 1536 (1887), pp. 581-589. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75449 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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Habrahym. See Ibrahim.

Hacche, Mr., of Wollegh, 1020. See also Hatche.

Hacheman, Roger, g. 597 (45).

Hack, Boy de, 969.

Hackforth (Hacforde), Yorks, 1257 xii.

Hackney (Hakney), 150.

Hadlee, Mr., 1264.

Hadlow, Kent, letter dated at, 744.

Hagenaw, Dirick, 1116.

Hageneby. See Hagnaby.

Hagges, the, at Cawood, 86 iv.

Hagnaby (Hageneby) abbey, Linc., 1238.

Hailes (Hayles, Heyles) abbey, Glouc., letters dated at, 192, 1163.

-, Stephen, abbot of, letters from, 192, 1163.

Hakluyt, T., 259 (2).

Hakney. See Hackney.

Haldesworth, Robert, vicar of Halifax, letter from, 174.

Haldleys (near Whalley ?), 23.

Hale, John, vicar of Iselworth, (hanged May 1535), g. 392 (37).

Hale, George, petty canon of Windsor, letter from, 1119.

-, Sir Ric., brother of Robert, 1170.

-, Robt., goldsmith, 1170.

Hales. See Hailes.

Hales (Halles), Chr., attorney-general (King's attorney), 337 (p. 128), 598, 1171.

Hales, John, baron of Exchequer, surveyor of Crown lands, 1199:—g. 1015 (6).

Halfe, John, 416.

-, Ric., 416.

Halford, Ric., monk of Bruton, 1126.

Haliday (Halleday in Vol. IX.), Will., prior of Hornby, 364 (p. 141).

Halifax, Yorks, letter dated at, 174.

-, vicar of. See Haldesworth, Robert.

- (Halyfax), Dr., 929 ii.

Halile, John, yeoman of the Jewels, g. 777 (9).

Hall, —, sergeant at arms, 855.

-, Francis, letter from, 664.

-, Mother, 650.

-, Thos., g. 1015 (2).

-, Thos., clk., parson of Greenwich (resigned), g. 776 (2).

Halle, Fras., 1008.

Halley. See Hawley.

Halles. See Hales.

Halloughton, Leic. (qu. Notts. ?), g. 392 (10).

Hallystone (Holyscombe), mon. of, Nthumb., 1238 (p. 516).

Halough park. See Healaugh.

Halowen, John, 937 (2).

Hals, Ric., g. 1256 (53).

Halsmer, John, 676.

Halstead, Essex, 97, 362.

-, chantry of, 362.

Haltemprise priory, near Hull, Yorks, 364 (p. 139), 1238.

Halton or Haulton (Chesh.?) castle, 870, 878 (p. 365), 879 (3).

Halyng manor, Surr., 243 (23).

Hamburg (Hamborow) and the Hamburgers, 24 (pp. 7, 9), 240, 303 (pp. 113–14), 415, 493, 528, 885, 1116.

-, letters dated at, 53, 313, 342–3, 353, 440, 469, 718.

-, Diet at (13 Jan. 1536), 24 (?), 53, 303 (p. 112), 313 ("Great Assembly"), 343.

-, Senate of, 686 ("these false senates," i.e. of Lubeck and Hamburg), 885.

Ham Court, letter dated at, 788.

Hamilton, James, of Scotland, 1217:— g. 1256 (50).

Hamilton (Hambylton), Sir James, 536, 728.

Hammes Pursuivant. See Dethyke, Gilb.

Hammes (Hams) Castle, near Calais, captain of. See Grey of Wilton, Wm. lord.

Hamonde, John, 1257 vii.

Hamphall (Hampall, Ampall) nunnery, Yorks, 364 (p. 139), 633, 1238.

Hampshire, 696, 723, 920, 952, 963, 1008, 1058, 1074, 1219, 1238, 1241.

-, sheriff of, 512–13.

Hampstoles in Berkeley, Glouc., 567.

Hampton. See Southampton.

Hampton, Chesh., g. 1256 (8).

Hampton Court, 674, 876 (p. 362), 1231.

-, letter dated at, 843.

Hampton Lovet, Worc., letter dated at, 386.

Hams. See Hammes.

Hancok, Nich., last prior of Christchurch, London, g. 1256 (48).

Handall or Grydale nunnery, Yorks, 364 (p. 139), 1238.

Handsworth (Hansworth, Hannysworth), Yorks, letters dated at, 459–60, 1198.

Hangwest Frendles, Yorks, 380.

Hannaert John, (Enart, Henart), viscount of Lombeke and Liedekirke (Likkerke), Imperial ambassador in France, 87, 106, 167–8, 229, 273, 351 (p. 133), 374–5, 427, 442, 451, 546, 570, 575, 576, 583, 670 (p. 268), 684–5, 689 (p, 284), 699 (p. 291), 713, 795, 823, 831, 888, 973, 1044, 1069 (p. 443), 1161, 1212, 1227.

-, -, letters from, 87, 451, 576, 823, 973, 1044.

-, -, letters to, 167, 583.

-, -, his wife, 375.

Hannesley, —, of the Tennis Play, 869.

Hannon, Nichasius, g. 775 (15).

Hannysworth. See Handsworth.

Hansworth. See Handsworth.

Hanworth, 912.

Hanyball. See Annebaut.

Harbert or Harbart. See Herbert.

Harcoke, Dr. Edmund, prior of the Black Friars of Norwich, 248.

Harcourt, Ric., g. 392 (7).

-, Sir Simon, 178, 613, 647.

-, -, letters from, 178, 613.

-, -, his son, 178, 613.

Harde Derman at the gate, 869.

Harding, Robt., 1171.

Hardingham, Norf., 1257 ii.

Hardy, Thos., hosier, 772, 914.

Hardye, Nic., 504, 566, 1174.

Hareway. See under Calais.

Harford, John, g. 1256 (10).

Harington. See Harrington.

Harloghe. See Carlow.

Harman, Edmund, 794, 1240:—g. 392 (51).

Harold, —, 1126 ii.

Harper, Mr., 912.

-, George, g. 1256 (25).

-, Thos., 1166, 1215.

Harre (Harry) Broder, letter from, 1139.

Harrecourt. See Harcourt.

Harrington (Harington), John, 1191 (3), 1257 x.

Harringworth, Ntht., letter dated at, 237.

Harris (Harres, Herrys), Ric., 68–9, 454.

-, John, g. 1256 (53).

Harrison (Haryson), John, 676, 1257 ii.

-, Nich., 553.

-, Thos., 272 (2).

Harrowdon, lord. See Vaux, Sir Thos.

Harte, Percival, 870:—g. 1256 (32).

Harve, Mr., 869.

Harvel, Edmund, letters from, 124, 223, 264, 398, 600, 659, 803, 970, 1142.

-, -, other notices, 565, 944.

Harvelingham, near Calais, parson of, 1201.

Harvy, Ant., g. 392 (40).

-, Besse, 1134 (3).

- Edm., 912, 1257 ix.

-, Rob., g. 1015 (1).

Harward, Joan, g. 775 (1).

Harwich, Essex, 560.

Harwold, Beds, mon. of, 1238.

Harwood, —, Lisle's servant, 337, 1075.

-, John, 1171.

Haryson. See Harrison.

Haselor, Warw., 1259.

Haselrigge, Brian, g. 392 (10).

-, Walter, g. 392 (10).

Haselyngfield, 1087 (26).

Hasilwood, —, 891.

Hastings (Hestyng), Suss., 348.

-, priory of, 1238.

Hastings, Sir Brian, g. 597 (48).

-, Eliz., wife of Sir Brian, g. 597 (48).

-, Francis, 270, 337, 488, 628–9, 635, 673 ii., 738, 789.

-, George. See Huntingdon, earl of.

Hasyllegh manor, Essex, 243 (13).

Hatche, Mr., 1193. See also Hacche.

Hatcliff (Hatteclyf), Thos., a clerk of the Green Cloth, 674, 1087 (28).

Hatfield, stewardship of, 870, 878.

- Peverell, Essex, cell to St. Albans, 1238.

- Regis (or Broadoak), Essex, g. 1015 (29), 1256 (2).

-, -, priory of, 1238:—g. 1015 (29).

Hatford, Berks, g. 1256 (27).

Hathorn, Wm., 475.

Haulton. See Halton.

Haurain (qu. Ibrahim Pacha?), 901.

Hausmann, Nic., letter to, 118.

Haverford West, in Wales, 431 vii.

-, priory, 1238.

-, prior of. See Barlow, Wm.

Haverholme, Linc., mon. of, 1238.

Havering at the Bower, Essex, 1009:—g. 1015 (24).

Havirman, Lyutke, 353.

Havre de Grace, in France, letter dated at, 830.

Havyles manor, Norf., g. 1015 (40).

Haward, Thos., 431.

Hawford, Philip, cellarer of Evesham, letter from, 930.

Hawkesbury, Ric., prior of Penwortham, 364 (p. 141).

Hawkesdon, Camb., g. 1015 (29).

Hawkins, Dr. Nic. (died in Spain, 1534), 224.

-, -, letter from a servant of, 224.

Hawkins, Edm., g. 392 (46).

-, Jas., g. 392 (30).

-, Owen, 203.

-, Will., of Plymouth, 52, 462.

-, -, letter from, 52.

Hawks, 267, 1066.

Hawkysworth, James, 477, 780.

-, -, signature of, 477.

Hawles, Wm., recorder of Winchester, 67.

-, -, signature of, 67.

Hawley (Halley), Thos., Norroy King of Arms (1534–6), Clarencieux (1536), 1124:—g. 1015 (15).

Hawte, Sir Alan, 562.

-, Alan, Tuke's clerk, 377, 1171.

Haye, Owerd, 1187 (3).

Hayles. See Hailes.

Haymond, Alice, 788.

Hayworthe. See Howard.

Healaugh (Helagh, Halough) Park priory, Yorks, 364 (p. 141), 1238.

Heath, Dr. Nic., archdeacon of Stafford, ambassador in Germany, 265–6, 289– 90, 314, 447, 665, 770–1. See also German Princes, English embassy to.

Hédin (Hesdin), in Artois, 1271.

Hedingham (Hednyngham) castle, Essex, hospital of, 1238.

Hedio, Jasper, 847.

Heidelberg (Heydylberg), in Germany, 458, 860.

Helagh. See Healaugh.

Helfault, Anth. de, letter from, 58.

Helston, Cornw., St. John's hospital, 1238.

Heman, Eliz., widow, 275.

Hemlyngton, 97.

Hemmyng, Robt., 97 (bis).

Hempton (Hempeton) priory, Norf., 1238.

Henart. See Hannaert.

Henbury in Saltmarsh, Glouc. (near Bristol), 306, 694.

Hendon, Midd., 40 ii.

Heneage. See Henneage.

Henley in Arden, Warw., g. 597 (35).

Henley, Walter, 721 (6).

Henneage (Heneage), Thomas, of the Privy Chamber, groom of the stole, 86, 655, 669, 855, 865 (p. 357), 919, 952, 963, 986, 994, 1058, 1074–5, 1100, 1156, 1165, 1193, 1257 vi.

-, -, letter to, 655.

Henry V., King, 165.

Henry VII., King, 1076, 1246.

Henry VIII., King, personal notices of (all other references omitted), 7, 10, 24 (p. 8), 30, 33, 35, 37, 54, 56, 59, 60–1, 76, 93–4, 100, 112, 113, 123, 126, 134–6, 141–2, 148–9, 166, 170, 175, 181, 188, 190–1, 193, 199 (p. 70), 200–3, 208, 228–9, 233–4, 255, 261, 279, 281–2, 284 (p. 105), 287–8, 294–5, 303–4, 307–8, 315, 332, 337 (p. 128), 341–3, 345, 347, 349, 351–2, 368 (p. 146), 373, 376–7, 383, 398, 410, 416, 420, 425–7, 429–30, 440–1, 443, 450, 457, 462, 482, 486–7, 494 (p. 200), 495, 509, 516, 528, 536, 546, 551, 558, 564–5, 570, 573, 575, 581–2, 587, 599, 601, 603, 605–7, 619, 626, 635, 644, 658, 669, 673 ii., 675, 688, 693, 697–9, 700, 708, 710, 715, 720, 725–6, 737–8, 741–2, 747–8, 751–2, 754, 756, 759, 760, 768, 778–9, 782–5, 789, 793, 797–8, 804, 809–10, 819, 823, 827, 831, 838, 853–5, 862, 865, 869, 873, 876 (p. 362), 887–8, 890, 895, 905, 907–11, 915, 919, 922, 926, 931, 936, 943, 945, 947–8, 952, 956, 963, 968, 970, 973, 991, 1000, 1010, 1017, 1021, 1023, 1036, 1042–3, 1047, 1057–9, 1069–70, 1074, 1079, 1084–5, 1093, 1101, 1108, 1110, 1115, 1121–3, 1129, 1134 (p. 477), 1138, 1140, 1142, 1146–7, 1150, 1156, 1161–2, 1166, 1169, 1177, 1179, 1186, 1212–3, 1227, 1236, 1261. See also "N'en pourriens."

-, letters from, 25, 45, 65, 73, 159, 235, 285, 326, 391, 432, 483, 490, 520, 529– 30, 535, 712, 725–6, 743, 760, 809–10, 815, 833, 894, 1050, 1111, 1230, 1237.

-, letters to, 34, 74, 77, 99, 113, 128, 150, 155, 160, 196–7, 297, 301, 374–5, 399, 400, 421, 449, 459, 524, 670, 682, 686–7, 728, 740, 770, 792, 808, 827–8, 853, 862, 868, 900, 923, 928, 940, 959, 974–5, 977, 988, 1003, 1005, 1022, 1029, 1071, 1083, 1109, 1133, 1136, 1194, 1203–4, 1210, 1228, 1264.

-, his marriages and divorce (cause, &c.), 4, 43, 63, 81, 112, 118, 141 (p. 52), 199 (p. 70), 256, 265–6, 284 (p. 106), 303 (p. 114), 304, 308, 575, 584, 587, 601 (p. 243), 654, 670, 688, 752, 771 (2), 782, 896, 907, 909, 956, 977 (p. 407), 1021, 1033, 1042, 1077 (p. 456), 1134.

-, Papal proceedings against, executorials, sentence, excommunication, &c. 70, 72, 82, 107, 123, 141 (p. 47, 52), 168–9, 229, 235, 308, 315, 410, 426–7, 575, 590, 666, 670 (pp. 268 273–4), 685, 699 (pp. 287, 294–5), 700, 760 (2), 814, 887, 908, 972, 1069 (p. 447).

-, papal commissary in, 670 (p. 273).

-, bull of privation against, 590, 887, 908.

-, his mother, 284 (p. 106).

-, his marriage with Jane Seymour, 915, 926, 993, 1000, 1115.

-, his foreign policy, 1254.

-, debts to, 1257.

-, household and other officers of:—
-, attorney general. See Hales, Chr.
-, black rod, 878 ii.
-, chamberlain. See Sandes, Wm. lord.
-, chancellor, lord. See Audeley, Sir Thos.
-, chief butler. See Hussey, J. lord.
-, chief esquireship of the Body, 878 ii.
-, clerk comptroller. See Thynne, Wm.
-, clerk of works, 254.
-, clerks of the ordnance. See Antonyes and Huxley.
-, clerks of the signets and Privy Seal, Act concerning, 243 (45), 246 (5), 249.
-, clerks of the Green Cloth. See Hatcliff and Weldon.
-, chief clerk of the spicery. See Blakenhale, Wm.
-, comptroller. See Panlet, Sir Wm.
-, cofferer. See Peckham, Edm.
-, dean of the chapel. See Sampson, Ric.
-, embroiderer, 869.
-, groom of the stole, 865.
-, master of the ordnance. See Mores, Sir Chr., who succeeded Sir Wm. Skeffington.
-, master of the Posts. See Tuke, Sir Brian.
-, master gunner. See Jonson, Harry.
-, master of the wards. See Paulet, Sir Wm.
-, mastership of the hart hounds, 878 ii.
-, mastership of the hawks, 878 ii.
-, receivers general, 254.
-, serjeant of the cellar. See Hill, —.
-, secretary. See Cromwell, Thomas.
-, surveyor of works. See Nedam, Jas.
-, treasurer of the chamber. See Tuke, Sir Brian.
-, treasurer of the household. See Fitzwilliam, Sir Wm.
-, vicar general. See Cromwell, Thos.

Hennyngs. See Hevinges.

Henwood, Warw. See Hynwood.

Hepburn, Sir Patrick, of Waughton, 758.

Herbert (Harbart), Blanche, 1257 ix.

-, Geo., g. 392 (48).

-, Sir Francis, letters from, 515, 1082.

-, John, g. 1256 (51).

-, Nich., g. 1256 (51).

- (Harbert), Sir Ric., 251, 258–9, 1244.

-, Thos., sen., 252.

-, Walter, g. 392 (48).

Herderman, Ph., draper, 914.

Hereford, 1178.

-, letter dated at, 316.

-, cathedral, president of, Thos. Parker, 1257.

-, canon of, 1257 viii.

-, Little, 1257.

Hereford, rp. of. See Foxe, Edw.: also Booth, Chas.

Hereford, bpric. of, steward of. See Ferrers, lord.

Herefordshire, 1238.

Heresy and heretics, 52, 59 (p. 21), 575 (p. 225), 587, 698, 768, 774, 844, 1023, 1140. See also Lutherans.

Hering, —, 1134 (p. 477).

Heritage (Eretage), Mr., 902.

Hermits of Bassano, 441.

Heron, Ant., 49, 77, 254 (p. 93).

-, Giles, 876 (7), 1231.

-, Sir John, 1260.

-, Marg., widow, g. 597 (26).

-, Ric., g. 392 (46).

Herons manor, Essex, g. 1015 (33).

Herringfleet, Suff., St. Olave's priory, 364 (p. 143), 1238.

Herring time, 135.

Herrys. See Harris.

Hert, —, 1126 ii.

-, Selesjus, g. 597 (29).

Hertford, priory of, 1238.

Hertfordshire or Herts, 1008, 1238.

Herwood, Ric, g. 392 (51).

Hesdin. See Hédin.

Hesildyn (Worc.?), g. 226 (37).

Hesill. See Hessle.

Hesse (Hessen), in Germany, 847.

Hesse, Philip landgrave of, 24, 108, 303, 319, 343, 457, 730.

Hessle (Hesill), Yorks, g. 226 (22).

Hestyng. See Hastings.

Hethcote Lefylde, 1259.

Hetton, Hen., g. 392 (33).

Hevenyngham, Geo., g. 392 (22).

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

Hevinges or Hennyngs, Linc., mon. of, 1238, 1258.

Hevingham, Sir John, 97.

Hewester, —, 560.

Hewtson, Wm., draper, 772, 914 bis.

Hexham, Nthld., 86, 716.

-, priory of, 364 (p. 142), 716, 1238 (p. 516).

Heydon, Sir John, 1008.

Heydylberg. See Heidelberg.

Heyles. See Hailes.

Heynes (Heynis), Simon, S. T. P., canon of Windsor, master of Queen's College, Cambridge, vicar of Stepney, 462.

Hibberd, Fras., g. 392 (43).

Hichingbroke. See Hinchinbrook.

Hickling (Ikelyng) priory, Norf., 364 (p. 143), 1238.

Hide, —, 1156, 1193. See also Hyde.

Higdon, Brian, dean of York, 84, 92, 163, 1249:—g. 777(10, 14).

Higges (Hyges), John, 1187 (2).

Highall, Essex, g. 597 (26).

Higham Fields, Kent, g. 1015 (37).

High Bickington (Bukyngton), Devon, 650.

Highfield (Hyfeldh), —, spear of Calais, letter to, 883.

-, -, mademoiselle his companion, 883.

Highworth, Wilts, g. 226 (25).

Hildesheim, in Germany, 24 (7), 343.

Hilgen, Hans, 860.

Hill or Hyll, —, serjeant of the cellar, 766.

-, Mr., 981.

-, John, 1205.

-, Mary, 1187 (3).

-, Ric, 243 (7), 246 (10), 870, 878 ii.

-, Rob., g. 1015 (3).

Hillarsden, And., g. 1256 (53).

Hilles (Hylles), Sir Edw., dec., commander of Shingay, 731.

Hilliard (Hylzard), Chr., g. 777 (10).

Hilly, Suff., 1257 x.

Hilsey, John, D.D., bishop of Rochester, prior of the Black Friars, London and Bristol, and provincial of the Order, 75, 284 (pp. 105–6), 462 (p. 190), 548, 723, 1012, 1088:—g. 597 (47, 50).

-, -, letters from, 723, 1012.

Hilton (Hulton), Staff., priory of, 1238.

Hilton (Hylton), Agnes or Anne, 1187 (2 ii., 3).

Hinchinbrook (Hichingbroke) mon., Hunts, 1191 (4), 1238.

Hingyng Grimston, farm of, 884.

Hitchin, Herts, New Biggyng nunnery, 1238.

Hobbys, John, letter from, 852.

Hoby, Philip, 208, 224 (?), 719.

-, -, letters from, 208, 719.

Hockering (Hokkering), Norf., 1257 ii.

Hockulton, John ap Richard, 31, 130.

Hocrofte, —, 869. See also Holcroft.

Hoddylston. See Huddlestone.

Hodgekin (Hoigekyn), Dr. John, late provincial of Black Friars, Sudbury, letter from, 1235.

Hogekynson, Geo., g. 775 (18).

Hoell, Bedo ap, 195 ii.

-, Cadwallader ap, 195.

Hogan (Hoggen, Hogen), Robt., 79, 173, 189, 563.

-, - letter from, 563.

-, -, his wife, 563.

Hogeson, Will., prior of Brinkburn, 364 (p. 139).

-, Will., of Hardingham, 1257 ii.

Hogg, Ric., 1187.

Hoggen. See Hogan.

Hohscot or Hunisscot, in Flanders, 1139.

Hoia. See Hoya.

Hoigekyn. See Hodgekin.

Hoknorton, 878 ii., 1231.

Hokulton. See Hockulton.

Holcroft (Howcroft), Mr., 5. See also Hocrofte.

Holiscombe (Hallystone), Nthumb., mon. of, 1238 (p. 516).

Holland and the Hollanders, 134, 686, 954.

Holland, Linc., 247.

Holland priory, Lanc., 364 (p. 141), 1191 (5).

-, prior of. See Prescoyte, Peter.

Holland (Holland), Rawlyn, 79 iv.

-, Thos., of Calais, 656.

Holles, Wm., J. P., 1241.

Hollis, Sir Wm., alderman, 668, 812.

Hollewaye hospital, near Bath, g. 777 (2).

Holm Cultram (Holme Coltrom) abbey, Cumb., 364 (p. 140).

-, abbot of. See Carter, Thos.

Holme in Spaldingmoor, Yorks, g. 1015 (14).

Holme, Wm., prior of Warter, 364 (p. 139).

Holmes, Ric., 438.

-, Wm., g. 597 (22).

Holmesfield (Holmeffield), Derb., 878 (p. 365).

Holstein (Holster) and the Holsatians, 24 (p. 7), 149, 342–3, 400, 469, 541.

Holstein, Duke or prince of. See Christiern III.

Holt, Denb., 871, 878 iii.

-, castle of, 871, 878 iii.

Holt St. Andrew, Norf., 1257 ii.

Holt or Holte, —, 1165.

-, Herman von, of Bremen, 53.

-, John, g. 1015 (30).

-, Thos., of the Welsh Council, 14, 820, 1191 (2).

-, -, letters from, 14, 820.

-, Thos., 1252.

Holton, Suff., g. 1015 (29).

Holwey, Thos., g. 1015 (42).

Holyhead, College of Kybby castle (Castrum Cubii) in, provost of. See Glynne, Dr. Wm.

Holy Island or Lindisfarne, on the coast of Nthld., priory of, 1238.

- (the Isle), letter dated at, 826.

Holy League, the, 689 (p. 282).

Honniton (qu. Honiton, Devon?), vicar of, 1023.

Honnyng, Mr., 313. See also Hunyng.

-, -, his wife, 313.

Honynes (? Houynes), Wm., 1171.

Hooke, Yorks, g. 597 (1).

Hookys, Kent, g. 1015 (37).

Hool (?), Mr., 1208 ("out of Mr. Hoollys hands").

Hoore. See Hore.

Hope Bowdler, Shropsh., 878 (p. 365).

Hopper, Robt., 1163.

Horant, Wm., 869.

Hore (Hoore), Ric., Cranmer's (or Lisle's) chaplain, 412, 614, 673.

Horham (Horam), Suff., 1257 ii.

Hornby priory, Lanc. (see Notes), 334, 364 (p. 141), 1191 (p. 497).

-, prior of. See Haliday, Will.

Hornchurch, Essex, Th. Duke, vicar of, 1264.

-, constable of, 1264.

Horsefayer. See York, Boutham hospital in the Horse fair.

Horseman, John, 869.

Horses, 336, 386, 430, 486, 532, 541, 601 (p. 244), 913–14, 934, 937, 1014, 1156:—g. 226 (23).

-, Act concerning the breed of, 243 (40), 254.

Horse stealing. 272.

Horsewell, (Horswell), James, mayor of Plymouth, 52, 462.

-, -, letter to, 462.

Horsey, —, 339.

-, Jasper, g. 392 (40).

-, Sir John, g. 392 (40).

- (Horssey), Peter, chaplain, 318.

Horsham, Suss., 816.

Horsham St. Faith's priory, Norf., 173, 364 (p. 143), 1238.

-, prior of. See Sarysbury, John.

Horsingdon (Horssyngdon), letter dated at, 811.

Horsman, Mrs. Margery ("Mrs. Margery"), 40, 499, 573, 635, 669, 748, 799, 913, 1165 1193.

Horssey. See Horsey.

Horswell. See Horsewell.

Horton, 1091.

-, Wm., 1099.

Horwell, Giles, g. 226 (27).

Hoseer, Peter, 869.

Hoton. See Hutton.

- of Derwend, 701.

Hough, Roger, g. 1256 (38).

Houghton, John, prior of the London Charterhouse (executed 1535), 605.

Hounslow, Midd., 254.

Houth, Thomas, justice in Ireland, 155, 301, 1030–1, 1196. 1223.

-, -, signature of, 155, 301, 1030–1, 1196, 1223.

Houynes, Wm., 1171.

Hovington, g. 392 (51).

Howard, lord Edmond, brother of Norfolk, comptroller of Calais, 100, 188, 395, 471, 488, 499, 519, 573, 899, 1006, 1058, 1076, 1128, 1156, 1208.

-, -, letter from, 395.

-, -, letter to, 1076.

-, -, his clerk, 471.

Howard, lord Thomas, half brother of Norfolk, 243 (19), 1087 (7), 1222.

Howard (Hayworthe), lord William, halfbrother of the duke of Norfolk, ambassador to Scotland, 76, 115, 227, 243 (29), 286–7, 427, 483, 536, 699 (p. 295), 728–9, 740, 786, 809–10, 853, 862–3, 928, 944, 959–60, 993, 1124, 1222.

-, -, letters from, 287, 786, 862–3.

-, -, letter to, 810.

-, -, his marriage, 1222.

Howard, Margaret [Gamage], lady, wife of lord William (married 1536), 1222.

-, the baroness, 284.

Howcroft. See Holcroft.

Howell, Griffith ap. See Griffith.

-, ap (generally). See Ap Howell.

Howth, Thomas lord of, 938.

-, -, signature of, 938.

-, Thos. See Houth.

Hoxne or Hoxon, Suff., 79, 220, 1257 ii.

-, letter dated at, 236.

-, chapel of St. Edmund, 1206.

Hoya (Hoia), Eric count (grafe) of, brother of John, 24 (pp. 8, 9), 415, 449.

Hoya, John count of (killed 1535), 24 (p. 8), 449.

-, -, his sons, 24 (p. 8), 449.

Hubbylthorn, Hen., 876 (7).

Huddiswell, Edw., 77 ii.

Huddlestone (Hoddylston), Sir John, 693.

- Miles, clk., g. 392 (49).

Hudson, Ric., prior of Beeston, 97, 1257 ii.

Huggan, Mr., 789.

Huggeford, John, g. 597 (32).

Hughes, John, 1171.

Hull (Kingston-upon-Hull), 243 (37), 288, 380, 721 (5).

-, Charterhouse of, 288, 980, 1238.

-, -, prior of, 93, 99, 980.

Hulme, Chesh. (?), g. 1256 (38).

Hulme, St. Benets, Norf., 364 (p. 143).

-, abbot of. See Repps, Wm.

-, prior of, 426.

Hulton. See Hilton.

Humberston abbey, Linc., 1238.

Humble (Umble), Steph., embroiderer, 772, 914 ter.

Humer, Ric., 1257 ii.

Hungarian bishops, two, 70.

Hungary, 70, 682–3, 947, 954, 961, 1003.

Hungary, king of. See Ferdinand: also Scepuse, count.

Hungerford, Sir Ant., letter from, 382.

Hunisscot or Hohscot, in Flanders, 1139.

Hunsdon (Hownsdon), Herts (where the princess Mary was sent in Feb. 1536), 199, 307.

-, letters dated at, 968, 991, 1022, 1083, 1108–9, 1129, 1133, 1136, 1177, 1186, 1203.

Hunsley, John, 364 (p. 141).

Huntercombe, Alice, 1187 (2 ii., 3).

Huntingdon, 427 (? "Octuiton").

-, Austin Canons, 1191 (4), 1238.

-, -, Sir Will. Gyddyng, late prior of, 1191 (4).

-, -, Sir Hugh Whitewood, prior of, 1191 (4).

Huntingdon, George Hastings earl of, 817, 834, 876 (6), 1087 (20).

-, -, his daughter Dorothy, 1087 (20).

Huntingdonshire or Hunts, g. 1015 (2).

-, monasteries in, 1191 (4), 1238 (p. 516).

Huntley, earl of, 862.

Hunwyk Grange (Yorks?), 523.

Hunyng, Will., 876 (7). See also Hounyng and Honynes.

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

Hurley priory, Berks, 1238.

Hurst (Hyrste), in Axholme, cell of, 1238.

Huse or Husee. See Hussey.

Hussey (Husey), John lord, chief butler of England, 206, 1088, 1156 (p. 485):— g. 1015 (2).

-, -, letter from, 206.

Hussey (Huse), Anth., his wife's cushion, 739, 920, 964, 1000, 1075.

-, searcher of Oye, John, Lisle's agent, letters from, 558–9, 608, 622, 671–2, 738–9, 747, 855–6, 865–6, 919–20, 931, 952–3, 963–4, 994–5, 1000, 1058–9, 1074–5, 1100, 1138, 1156, 1165, 1193, 1202, 1208–9.

-, -, letters to, 708–9.

-, -, other references to, 486, 573, 668, 696, 812, 1128, 1181.

-, -, handwriting of, 828–9.

-, Sir Wm., g. 1015 (2).

Huttoft, Harry, of Southampton, 508 (pp. 204–5, "mio suocicro"), 557.

-, letter from, 557.

Hutton (Hoton), near Gisburn, 927.

Hutton Panell, lordship of, 380.

Hutton, John, mayor of Bristol, 61, 1013, 1144.

-, -, letter from, 1144.

-, Thos., 1257 x.:—g. 1015 (4).

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

Huxley, John, serjeant, clerk of the Ordnance (Uxley in Vol. IX.), 299.

Hyde, John, engrosser, of the Exchequer, g. 226 (21). See also Hide.

Hyfeldh. See Highfield.

Hyges. See Higges.

Hykelyng. See Hickling.

Hyll. See Hill.

Hylles. See Hilles.

Hylzard. See Hilliard.

Hynch. See Hinch.

Hynde, John, King's serjeant-at-law, 598:— g. 1015 (2, 4).

-, Thos., 154.

Hynderskilff, 260.

Hynwood (Henwood), Warw., priory of Black Nuns, 1191 (2), 1238.

-, -, prioress of, 1191 (2).

-, -, former prioress of, 1191 (2).

Hyrdeson, Sir, 213.

Hyrste. See Hurst.

Hythe, Kent, Cinque Port, 526.

I.

Ibgrave (Ybgrave, Epigrave), Wm., embroiderer, 772, 914, 1132.

Ibrahim Pacha (Habrahym Bassa, Brain Bassa, Abrahin Bacha, Inbrai Basca, &c.), Turkish grand vizier (executed 1536), 479, 600, 759, 795 (p. 336), 901 n., 946.

Iceland (Island), 303–4.

Ichyngton. See Itchington.

Ikelyng. See Hickling.

Iklesworth. See Ixworth.

Ile, the, in the bpric. of Durham. See Holy Island.

Ilford, Essex, g. 777 (13).

Ilford (Ilforthe) Magna, Essex, g. 1015 (18).

Ilkeston, Derb., 878 (p. 365).

Images, offering to, 282 (p. 103), 346, 528.

Imperialists, 368 (p. 146), 437 (p. 178), 442–3, 546, 592, 620.

Inbrai Basca. See Ibrahim Pacha.

Incent, Dr. John, canon of St. Pauls, 1182.

India or the Indies, 368 (p. 146), 442.

Indulgences, 1125.

Infant, the, of Portugal. See Louis.

Ingarsby (Yngwordsbye), Leic., 690.

Ingham (Yngham) college, Norf., 364 (p. 143), 1238.

-, prior of. See Sae, John.

Ingram, John, 562 (p. 220).

Insbruck (Isbruck), in the Tyrol, 860.

Instructions, 1255.

Interest, rate of, 254 (p. 93).

Inventories, 408, 431.

Ipswich (Gypwycy), 51, 97, 462, 1257 ii.

-, letter dated at, 571.

-, Holy Trinity priory, 1238.

-, -, prior of, 97, 1257 ii.

-, suffragan bp. of. See Manning, Thos.

Ireby, Ant., g. 392 (29).

Ireland (Yerlond), 10, 15, 19, 100, 140, 155–6, 186, 298, 323, 349, 410, 502, 602, 743, 757, 802, 822, 859, 871, 895, 897, 933, 937–40, 1001, 1013, 1029–32, 1048–52, 1082, 1102–4, 1112–13, 1168, 1198, 1223–5, 1231, 1237, 1264.

-, Council of, 15, 30, 140, 155, 301–2, 515, 743, 859, 937, 938, 1029–32, 1050–2, 1082, 1102, 1104, 1112–13, 1168, 1195–6, 1210, 1223–4.

-, -, letters from, 155, 301–2, 938, 1029–31, 1196, 1210, 1223.

-, -, letters to, 1050–1.

-, monasteries in, 1032.

-, deputy of. See Skeffington, Sir Wm. (died 31 Dec. 1535), also Grey, lord Leonard (1536–40).

-, Exchequer in, 1225.

-, high marshal of the army in. See Grey, lord Leonard.

-, justiciary. See Grey, lord Leonard.

-, treasurer of the wars, or sub-treasurer of. See Brabazon, Wm.

-, chancellor of. See Trimletiston, lord.

-, chief baron of the Exchequer. See Fynglas, Patrick.

-, lord treasurer. See Butler, lord James.

-, clergy in, letter to, 1237.

-, army in, 155, 293, 298, 349, 938, 1029, 1102–3, 1112, 1168, 1223–4.

-, -, Northern men in, 1223–4.

-, lands resumed by the King in, 1030, 1032, 1082, 1198, 1210.

-, Marches in, 1048.

-, Parliament of, 15, 349, 757, 822, 871, 897, 1030, 1032, 1051–2, 1082, 1112, 1168, 1194, 1198, 1210, 1236.

-, -, Acts passed in, 897, 937, 1030, 1032, 1051.

-, rebels in, 326, 1013.

-, Irishmen in, 1223.

-, wild Irish, 822, 1048–9, 1112.

Irford (Urford), Linc., mon. of, 1238, 1258.

Isabel, Mrs., 40.

Isabella, empress of Charles V., 10, 72, 82, 87, 169, 212, 230, 232, 333, 358, 427, 451, 528, 576, 698, 823, 947, 1043–4, 1122.

-, -, letters to, 10, 72, 82, 87, 212, 230, 232, 333, 427, 451, 528, 576, 698, 823, 947, 1043–4, 1122.

Isbruck. See Insbruck.

Iselstein, lord of, 860.

Isenake. See Eisenach.

Iskennan and Kidwelly, in Wales, 1242.

Island. See Iceland.

Islebiensis or Islebius. See Agricola John.

Isleworth, Midd., g. 392 (37).

Islington (Eslyntoun), near London, letter dated at, 517.

Issalett, in Denbigh, g. 392 (25, 33, 53), 1015 (41).

Istelworth. See Isleworth.

Istules, in Denbigh, g. 392 (24, 39).

Italian league, 592 (p. 235), 1004.

- princes and states, 321, 1069 (p. 449).

- soldiers, 398, 580, 592.

Italy (Ytalia), 34, 107, 124, 142, 273 (p. 100), 321, 368, 372, 375 (p. 151), 398, 410 (p. 166), 417, 437, 458 (p. 185), 508 (p. 205), 529, 534–5, 565, 592–3, 600, 620, 659–60, 670 (p. 273), 682, 684, 688–9, 699 (p. 289), 713–14, 759, 795, 860–1, 923–4, 945, 954, 1003, 1069 (p. 444), 1142, 1175, 1254.

Itchington (Ichyngton), Glouc., 1259.

Ivrea, in Savoy, 795, 814 (p. 344).

Ivychurch, Kent, a French priest, stipendiary of, 735.

Ivychurch (Ivecherche) or Edcros priory, Wilts, 388, 1238.

Ixworth (Ixford, Iklesworth), Suff., priory of, 89, 364 (p. 144), 1238.

-, -, prior of, dies, 89.



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