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'Index: J, K', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 10: January-June 1536 (1887), pp. 589-592. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75450 Date accessed: 30 July 2014.


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Jackmon, Wm., 1027.

Jackson (Jakson), John, 364 (p. 139).

- (Jackeson), Wm., g. 1015 (26).

Jacobson, Miles, g. 226 (1).

Jaggard, Isaac, printer (temp. Jac. I.), 246 (7).

Jakler, Rob., 1257 ii.

Jakson. See Jackson.

James V., king of Scotland, 27, 87, 100, 141 (p. 53), 142, 160–1, 166, 190, 281, 287, 421, 427, 450–1, 482–3, 494 (p. 200), 536, 573, 578, 587, 598, 601, 605, 658, 699 (p. 295), 728–9, 740, 786, 809–10, 823, 853, 862–3, 908 (p. 379), 928, 954, 1044, 1069 (p. 452), 1070, 1111, 1154, 1169, 1179, 1183, 1205, 1212, 1229:—g. 226 (23).

-, -, letters from, 27, 421, 928.

-, -, letters to, 281, 809, 1111, 1183, 1229.

-, -, his marriage, 141 (p. 53), 450–1, 578.

-, -, his cellar, 598.

-, -, his so-called wife. See Erskine, Margaret.

James, Atkyn, g. 597 (6).

Jameston, in Wales, 431 (p. 175).

Jankyn. See Jenkyn.

Jansseny (qu. Janssemy, i.e. John Smith ?), 467.

Janua. See Genoa.

Jarrow (Jerrowe) abbey, Dham., 364 (p. 142), 1238.

Jena, in Germany, 63, 265, 290.

-, letter dated at, 8.

-, university of, 8.

Jene or Gent, Thos., 1187 (1, 2).

Jenens, —, 337.

Jenet, Ralph, g. 226 (19).

Jenever. See Geneva.

Jenkyn, Jas. ap, g. 226 (35).

Jenkyn, Gutto, g. 597 (40).

Jenney, Chr., serjeant-at-law, 461, 563, 679, 871, 1171:—g. 597 (13), 776 (3, 10, 14).

-, -, letter from, 461.

-, -, Eliz. his wife, g. 597 (13).

Jennings (Genenes), —, page of the Chamber, 869.

Jenyns, Ric., prior of Maiden Bradley, g. 1256 (6).

Jermyn, Ambrose, g. 392 (22).

-, Anastasia, g. 1015 (30).

-, Anne, g. 392 (22).

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

-, Thos., 1087 (25):—g. 1015 (30).

Jerningham, Frances, 1187.

-, Sir John, 97.

Jerrowe. See Jarrow.

Jersey, 125:—g. 226 (10, 12).

-, letter dated at, 125.

-, governor or captain of. See Ughtred, Sir Ant. (1534) Darcy, Sir Arthur (1534–6) Vaux, lord (1536).

-, bailiff of. See Carteret, Helyer de.

-, Mont Orgueil castle, g. 226 (12).

-, St. Heliers priory, g. 226 (10).

-, St. Jermains, g. 226 (12).

Jerusalem Conquerant, Imperial king-of-arms, 1004.

Jervaulx, Joryvall, or Gerves abbey, near Middleham, Yorks, 364 (p. 142), 380.

Jervice, —, servant to Robt. Everest, 913.

Jevan Goz, Denoved ap, g. 392 (24).

-, Ken' ap, g. 392 (24).

Jevan (Yevvan) ap Jenkyn, Ric. ap, g. 1256 (40).

Jevan ap Jnns (?), Thos. ap, 258 (2).

Jhons. See Johns.

Joachim, —, 447 (qu. J. Camerarius?).

Joachim, John. See Vaux, J. J. sieur de.

Jocelyne, —, servant to H. Norris, 869.

John, king of England, 1069 (p. 446).

John, king of Hungary. See Scepuse, count.

John II., king of Portugal (1481–95), 428.

John III., king of Portugal, brother of the Empress, 333, 428, 719, 907, 972, 1069 (p. 442), 1246.

-, -, letter to, 972.

-, -, his eldest son Alfonso (died 1536), 719, 972.

John of Gaunt, duke of Lancaster (14th cent.), 284 (p. 106).

John, Mr., queen Katharine's apotheeary, 40.

John, a friend of Starkey's, 503.

John, Jevan ap, 258 (2).

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

John ap Guilliam ap Mores, Lewes ap, 258 (2).

John ap Hoell, Hugh ap, g. 597 (42).

John ap Predith, John ap, g. 597 (42).

John, Wm. Morgan, 252.

Johnes (or Johns), Edw., clk., 1243.

-, Robt., 1243.

-, Lewis, servant to bp. Roland Lee, 75, 130, 259, 330, 754.

- (Jhons), Walter, gunner, 899.

John Hyll, Kent, g. 1015 (37).

Johnson, Harry, master gunner, 299, 396.

-, Hobardus, g. 226 (11).

-, Peter, g. 597 (13).

-, Ric., g. 597 (49).

-, Robt., 560.

-, Wm., of Calais, 656.

-, See Jonson.

Jonas, Justus (German Reformer), 8, 108, 457 (p. 184), 665, 990, 1034, 1060.

-, -, letters to, 8, 108, 665, 990, 1034, 1060.

Jones, —, Cromwell's servant, 1177.

- (Jonys), Jaquemyn, 1181, 1209.

-, -, letter from, 1181.

-, -, her daughter, 1181.

Jones (Jonys), Thos., 417, 419.

Jonson —, 154 ii. See also Johnson.

Jonys. See Jones.

Joryval. See Jervaulx.

Joyles, —, 821.

Judde, John, fishmonger, 1226.

Judges, the, 337 (p. 128).

Juliane, Mrs., 1169.

Julian, Guernot, g. 226 (14).

Juliers (Gulyk, July), 458 (p. 188).

Juvenale, Latino, 70, 814, 977 (p. 408).

K.

Kaeles (qu. Calais? or perhaps Cadiz?), 937 (2).

Kaermerdyn. See Carmarthen.

Kaldham. See Keldholm.

Kandish. See Cavendish.

Karew. See Carew.

Karmedy. See Carmarthen.

Karmerdyn. See Carmarthen.

Karre. See Kerr.

Katharine of Arragon, first queen of Henry VIII., called officially "Princess Dowager" (died 7 Jan. 1536), 10, 11, 28, 34, 37–41, 43, 54, 57, 59, 60, 65, 72–3, 75–6, 82, 106, 123, 128, 133, 141–3, 151, 167–8, 170, 175, 190, 199, 200, 208, 212, 229–30, 232, 235, 256, 261, 264, 282, 284, 303 (p. 114), 305, 307 (p. 117), 315, 322, 351–2, 358, 373–4 (p. 150), 410 (p. 166), 427, 494 (p. 200), 575 (p. 225), 617, 619, 670 (pp. 265–6, 269), 688, 698, 700, 759, 782, 823, 975, 1021, 1023, 1036, 1043, 1069 (p. 441), 1120, 1134, 1137, 1231.

-, -, letter to, 11.

-, -, her confessor. See Llandaff, bp. of.

-, -, her physician. See Sa, Michael, de la.

-, -, burial of, 39, 59 (p. 22), 65, 73, 76, 141 (pp. 50, 53), 199, 282, 284.

-, -, her apothecary, Mr. John, 40, 141 (pp. 50, 52), 199 (p. 70), 307 (p. 117).

-, -, -, his master valet, 307 (p. 117).

-, -, her groom of the chamber, 37.

-, -, steward of her household (maître d'hotel). See Bedyngfield, Sir E.

-, -, chamberlain of her household. See Chamberlain, Sir Edw.

-, -, her will. 40, 141 (p. 50).

-, -, her goods, 128, 151.

-, -, her tomb, 1023.

Katzenellenbogen, in Germany, 730.

Kauder. See Calder.

Kavanagh (Cavenagh), Chas. McYncrosse. See McMurgh.

Kavenaghes (Kevanaghes, Kewanaghes), the, Irish family, 15, 757, 1168.

Kedermynster. See Kidderminster.

Kelby, Linc., 1008.

Keldholm (Kaldham, Keldham) nunnery, Yorks, 364 (p. 140), 381.

Keldon (Kelvedon?), Essex, g. 1015 (29). See also Kelledon.

Kelingworth. See Kenilworth.

Kelledon, Geo. Frith of, 1257.

Kellett, Edw., clk., 86.

Kelso, in Scotland, 1154.

Kelvedon. See Keldon.

Kelway, Robt., 1256 (23).

Kelyng, nuns of. See Nun Keeling.

Kelyng, Mrs., silkwoman, 772, 914.

Kemess (Kemeys), Pemb., deanery of, 431 (p. 176).

Kemolton. See Kimbolton.

Kempston (Beds?), 1037, 1257 x.

Kendal, Westmor., 1257.

Kendall, Walt., g. 1015 (3).

Kendys, in Wales, 1231.

Kenilworth (Kelingworth, Kyllyngworth), Warw., castle, park, and woods, 870, 878.

-, abbey of, 1191 (3).

-, letters dated at, 444, 1151.

-, Wm. Walle, abbot of, 444, 1151, 1191 (3).

-, -, letters from, 444, 1151.

Kenloss. See Kinloss.

Kenninghall (Kenyngall), Norf., letter dated at, 26.

Kennynges, Geo., 931.

Kent, 135, 614, 624, 744, 848, 876, 1218, 1257 iv., v., x.

-, monasteries in, 1238.

-, sheriff of, 848.

Kent, earl of, his heir, 364 (p. 140).

Kerdyff, Walter, justice in Ireland, signature of, 301, 1223.

Kerr, Sir John, 954.

- (Carre), Mark, 482.

Kerrs (Karres), the Scotch family, 605.

Kerry, in Ireland, 1048.

Kersall, Lanc., cell to Lenton priory, 364 (p. 141), 1234.

Kesteven, Linc., 247.

Kevanaghes. See Kavenaghes.

Kevilioke, in Wales, 130.

Kew (Keyew), Surr., 794, 871, 878 ii., 1087 (9).

Kewanaghes. See Kavenaghes.

Keyffeld, Kent, g. 1015 (37).

Keyrsall. See Kersall.

Keysell, John, 1148.

Kidderminster, Worc., g. 392 (37).

Kidlington, Oxon, 878 ii.

Kidwelly, in Wales, 764, 1242.

- (Kyrkewelly), mon. of, 1238 (p. 516).

Kidwelly (Kidweli), in Wales, deanery of, 431 (p. 176).

Kighley, Henry, 1257 iv.

-, Thos., g. 1015 (25).

Kilbreste, Heref., g. 392 (15).

Kilburn (Kylborne) nunnery, Midd., 1238.

Kilcullen, Thos. Eustace lord (Thomas of Kylkelyng), signature of, 938.

Kildare, county of, 515, 1210.

Kildare, White Friars of, 937 (2).

Kildare, Gerald, ninth earl of, 10, 140, 298, 301, 937 (2), 984, 1030, 1032, 1102, 1196, 1210.

-, -, five brothers of, 301.

-, -, a sister of. See Fitzgerald, Eleanor.

-, -, attainder of, 1030, 1032.

Kildare, Thos. tenth earl of. See Fitzgerald, lord Thomas.

Kildare, young. See Fitzgerald, Thos.

Kildare, widowed countess of, 601 (p. 243), 937 (2).

Kilka (Kylka), in Ireland, 515.

Kilkelyng. See Kilcullen.

Kilkenny, in Ireland, 15, 155, 1030 (2), 1194.

Killingworth. See Kenilworth.

Kilmainham, in Ireland, 15 n.

-, letters dated, 1194–6.

-, prior of. See Rawson, Sir John.

Kilworth, South, Leic., g. 1256 (15).

Kimberley, Norf., 97.

Kimberworth, Yorks, g. 777 (3).

Kimbolton (Kymbalton, Quimolton, Kemolton), Hunts, 65, 73–4, 141 (p. 49 " the place where the good Queen died"), 598.

-, letters dated at, 28, 37, 89, 126, 128, 151.

Kinfare, Staff., g. 597 (32).

King, John, 1099.

- (Kyng), Matthew, 402, 822, 1113.

-, -, letters from, 402, 1113.

-, -, his lord. See Grey, lord Leonard.

King's Bench, the, 12:—g. 392 (32).

-, coronership of, g. 226 (2).

Kings-at-Arms, the three, 929 ii.

Kingsmead, Derb., mon. of, 1238.

Kingston-upon-Hull. See Hull.

Kingston-upon-Thames, letter dated, 1275.

Kingston Winterbourne, Dors., g. 392 (47).

Kingston, Sir Wm., constable of the Tower and captain of the Guard, 31, 100, 336–7, 790, 793, 797–8, 834, 842, 848, 876, 890, 902, 908 (p. 379), 910, 929 ii., 1196.

-, -, letters from, 100, 336, 793, 797–8, 890, 902, 910.

-, -, letter to, 790.

Kingston, lady, wife of Sir William, 100, 336, 793, 798 (p. 338), 968, 1069 (p. 441? "lady sent to the Princess").

-, Anthony, son of Sir William, 790, 834, 878 (p. 365), 929 ii.

- (Kyngeston), Gervase, 364 (p. 138).

- (Kyngyston), Ralph, 811.

Kingswood abbey, Wilts, 1192.

-, abbot of, 1192.

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

-, dean of, 14.

Kington (Kynton), St. Michael, Wilts, nunnery of, 1238.

Kinlet (Kynlett), letter dated at, 335.

Kinloss (Kenloss), Robert abbot of, prior commendatory of Beauly, secretary of James V., Scotch ambassador to France, 166, 578, 598:—g. 226 (23).

-, -, letter from, 166.

Kirkby, Yorks, 1257 vi.

Kirkby (Kirby) Bellers priory, Leic., 1166, 1191, 1238.

-, prior of, 1191.

Kirkeby, Henry, 364 (140).

Kirkelees nunnery, Yorks, 364 (p. 139), 1238.

Kirkham (Kirkeham) priory, Yorks, 364 (p. 141).

Kirkham, Sir Robt., g. 1015 (2).

Kirkoswald, Cumb., 260.

-, college of, 364 (p. 140).

Kirkstall Abbey, Yorks, 364 (p. 142).

Kirton, Suff., 1257 ii.

Kisshavan, in Ireland, 937 (2).

Kitchen sinks, 674.

Kitson (Kytson), Mr., 213.

Knapton, Norf., 1257 ii., xii.

Knaresborough (Knavesburgh), Yorks, St. Robert's priory, 1238 (p. 516).

Knevet. See Knyvet.

Knight (Knyght), William, LL.D. (a patron of Cole), 321, 411, 419 (see Errata), 961, 1134 (pp. 476–7).

Knight, Mrs. Fryswith, 1187 (2).

-, Thos., of Calais, 499.

Knightley or Knyghtley, Mr., 1259.

-, Edmund, serjeant-at-law,' 572, 606, 858, 917.

-, -, letters from, 858, 917.

-, Jane, mother of Edmund, letter from, 606.

Knock (Cnok), the, in Ireland, 1048.

Knoll, Kent, letters dated at, 113, 120, 705.

Knolles, John, Cromwell's chaplain, 96.

-, Thos., D.D., president of Magdalen College, Oxford (resigned Feb. 1535–6), 109.

Knyght. See Knight.

Knyghtley, letter dated at, 1063.

Knyghton,—, 419. See Errata.

Knyvett or Knevet, Ant., 1171, 1257 vi.

-, Chas., 1171.

-, Edm., of Shelton, 1257 ii.

-, Edm., serjeant door-ward, g. 775 (18).

-, Edw., 97, 979.

-, Harry, 865, 870–1, 1222.

-, Sir Henry, 177.

-, Thomasian, 979.

Kockesforth. See Coxford.

Konysbie. See Conyngsby.

Koppenhagen. See Copenhagen.

Koward, John, 318.

Kybby castle (now Holyhead), provostship of, 433.

Kyl (Irish prefix). See Kil.

Kylborne. See Kilburn.

Kyllyngworth. See Kenilworth.

Kyme (Kynne), Linc., Austin priory, 1238.

Kymmer, mon. of, bpric. Bangor, 1238.

Kymys, John J . . . ys, 252.

Kyng. See King.

Kynlett. See Kinlet.

Kynne. See Kyme.

Kynnersley, Thos., g. 597 (52).

Kynton. See Kington.

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

Kyrewan, Piers, 937 (2).

Kyrkewelly. See Kidwelly.

Kyrkham. See Kirkham.

Kyrton, Mr., 1148.

-, John, 1154.

Kysshavan, in Irelaud, 937 (2).



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