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'Index: L', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 10: January-June 1536 (1887), pp. 592-599. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75451 Date accessed: 28 November 2014.


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Lache, R., monk of Sion, 213 ("his fellow").

Lacok. See Laycock.

Lacy, Ric., of Hoxon, 97, 1257 ii.

-, Mrs., Lisle's servant, 994–5.

Laiton. See Layton.

Lake, John, 471.

Lakenham, Wm., prior of Bromeholme, 364 (p. 143).

Lambart, John, jun., g. 1015 (4).

Lambert (John?), heretic, 462.

Lambeth (Lamehithe), 462:—g. 597 (47).

-, letters dated at, 385, 412, 547, 577, 792, 896, 915.

Lambley (Lampley) nunnery, Nthld., 364 (p. 140).

La Merche, Robt. de, 486.

Lamkessey (in Devonsh.?), 953.

La Mota, Mons., 401.

Lamphey (Llantefey), in Wales, 431 (pp. 173, 176).

-, letter dated at, 556.

Lampley. See Lambley.

Lampridius,—, 411.

Lancashire, 816, 1238.

-, monasteries in, 1191 (5).

Lancaster, duchy of ("the Duchy"), 736, 870, 878, 1268.

-, -, attorney of. See Baker, John.

Lancaster, John, prior of Laund, 1252.

Lanceknights (Lanzichineck, &c.), 368, 403, 458, 592–3, 652.

Landertyn, lady, 1120.

Landovery. See Llandovery.

Lane, Jocosa, g. 392 (7).

-, John, 858, 917:—g. 392 (7).

-, -, letters from, 858, 917.

-, Ralph, g. 392 (7).

-, Ric, dec, g. 392 (7).

Lanercost (Lenarcoste) priory of St. Mary Magdalen, Cumb., 260, 364 (p. 140), 1238 (p. 516).

Langars. See Langres.

Langden, Wilts, g. 1256 (6).

Langden (Langedon) abbey (dissolved), near Dover, 263, 1054.

-, abbot of, 263.

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

Langebarrowe (Glouc.?), 1163.

Langey (Langes, Langie), Wm. du Bellay sieur de, 141 (p. 54), 235 (p. 84), 458 (pp. 185, 186? "an ambassador from him").

-, -, a gentleman of, 141 (p. 54).

-, -, a kinsman of, 458 (p. 185).

Langforth. See Longford.

Langham, Essex, g. 1015 (29).

Langham (Longhame), Rutl., 878 ii.:—g. 1015 (38).

Langhame, Will., 621, 717.

Langkesshe, Wm., 318.

Langley, Kent, 1098.

Langley, Leic., priory of nuns, 364 (p. 138), 1191, 1238.

-, -, prioress of, 1191.

Langley abbey, Norf., 97, 364 (p. 143), 1238, 1257 ii.

Langley, Oxon, 870:—g. 1256 (18).

Langres (Langars), in France, 221.

Langton in le Olde, Yorks, g. 776 (6).

Lankessey, 1059.

Lantefey. See Lamphey.

Lanterngate. See under Calais.

Lanternensis. See Lantony.

Lantony "Prima" (Secunda), Glouc., mon. of, 1238.

Lantony Prima (Lanternensis) priory, Monm., 1032, 1238 (Llandaff).

Lantwyt, Glam., g. 597 (41).

La Pellice,—, 1216.

Lapworth, Warw., 29.

Lark, Peter, Gardiner's servant, 16, 75.

Laryver, Thos., de. See De la Ryver.

La Sarra,—, baron of, 458 (2).

Lassells, Roger, g. 777 (14).

Latham, Gilbert, master of St. Katharine's, London, letter to, 6.

-, -, his mother, 6.

-, Hugh, servant to the earl of Derby, letters from, 5, 6.

-, Thos., letter to, 5.

-, -, his brother, 5.

-, -, his father-in-law, 5.

Lathe, Jas., letter from, 556. See also Lieche.

Lathom, John, g. 392 (33, 53).

Latimer, John Neville lord, 364 (p. 139), 834 n., 851, 1249:—g. 777 (14).

-, -, letter from, 851.

Latimer, Richard lord, letter from, 745 (See Errata).

Latimer Hugh, bp. of Worcester, 56, 75, 306, 346, 371, 462, 1099, 1201, 1257 ix.

-, -, letter from, 56.

-, -, his preachers, 1099.

-, -, his preaching, 346.

-, -, a monk, one of his doctors, 371.

Latimer, William, Queen's chaplain, 371, 827:—g. 226 (28).

Latton, Essex, dissolved priory of, g. 775 (6).

Latton, John, 903.

Lauhehaden. See Llawhaden.

Launde, John Lancaster, prior of, 1252.

Lausanne, in Switzerland, 458 (2).

Lavendon, Bucks, mon. of, 1238 (entered also inaccurately under Berks).

Lawarde. See Lorde.

Lawarr. See De la Warr.

Lawford, Essex, g. 1015 (29).

Lawrence, Thos., 701.

Lawson (Lowson), Sir George, 84, 721 (5), 935, 1025:—g. 597 (1), 777 (14).

-, -, letter from, 935.

Lawson, Robt., dec., g. 1015 (17).

-, Wm., g. 1015 (17).

Laycock (Lacok) nunnery, Wilts, 1238.

Layeghton. See Layton.

Layer (Leyr) de la Hay, Essex, g. 1015 (29).

Layer, Thos., g. 392 (31).

Layton (Layeghton, Laiton, Leyton), Dr. Ric., clerk of Chancery and of the Council, prbdy. of Catlyns Court, rector of Stepney, one of Cromwell's commissaries for the visitation, 85–6, 91–3, 99, 131, 137–8, 163, 183, 202, 219, 239, 271, 288, 363–4, 424, 521, 871, 949, 1018.

-, -, letters from, 92, 137, 183, 271.

-, -, letter to, 1018.

-, -, signature of, 131.

Layton, —, 364 (p. 142).

- (Leighton Leyton), Edw., clk. 1171 bis.

- (Leyton), John, 1187.

-, Thos., 1171.

Lazaro or Lazarus. See Bonamicus.

Lea (Lee) castle, in Ireland, 937 (2).

Leake, 920.

Leather, custom of, 243 (48).

Lebeneth, in Wales, 252.

Le Bromys, Kent, g. 597 (10).

Lecale, in Ireland, 1001.

-, captain of. See Savage, Remund.

Leche, Mr., letter to, 1182.

-, Rob., g. 775 (20).

Leckonfield (Lekyngfeld), Yorks, 1274 (2).

Ledall, —, 622.

Leder, Oliver, g. 1015 (2).

Ledersdale or Leddersdale. See Liddisdale.

Ledyn (qu. Leading?) Invyneyerd, Kent, g. 1015 (37).

Lee, Kent, 1231.

Lee castle. See Lea.

Lee, Edward, abp. of York, 17, 18, 75, 84, 86, 91, 93, 97, 99, 172, 254 (p. 93), 271, 282 (p. 103), 288, 364 (p. 142) ter., 413, 521, 716, 742, 841, 864, 941, 1088, 1257 vii.

-, -, letters from, 17, 18, 93, 99, 172, 413, 521, 716, 841, 941.

-, -, his report, 86.

Lee, Roland, bp. of Coventry and Lichfield, president of the Council in the Marches of Wales, 31, 55, 75, 129–30, 204, 211, 258–9, 310, 324, 330, 354, 453, 470, 754, 764, 820, 892, 948, 1178:—g. 392 (49).

-, -, letters from, 31, 55, 129–30, 204, 258, 330, 354, 453, 470, 754, 764, 820, 892, 948, 1178.

-, letter to, 310.

-, -, his surveyor. See Strete, Ric.

Lee. See Legh.

-, (Lye), Chr. a, 1171.

-, Thos., 40 ii.

Leeds (Ledes), Kent, 1098.

Leek, Fras., of Sutton, 1257 x.

Leftwyche, Ric., g. 597 (18).

Legbourne (Leybourne) priory, Linc., 384, 1238.

-, letter from, 384.

-, prioress of. See Messyndyne, Jane.

Legh or Lee (Lye, Leig), Dr. Thomas, one of Cromwell's commissaries engaged in visiting monasteries, 50, 56, 86, 91, 94, 99, 103–4, 131, 137, 163, 182, 216 (Mr. Doctor), 219, 238–9, 271, 288, 324, 328, 363–4, 424, 439, 472, 480, 485, 511, 521, 588, 762, 774, 885, 949, 1251.

-, -, letters from, 50, 91, 137, 182, 238, 288, 439, 885.

-, -, letters to, 324, 485.

-, -, signature of, 131.

Legh (Leygh), Thos., of Antwerp, 468, 568.

-, -, letters from, 468, 568.

-, Will., 1191 (4), 1257:—g. 392 (9).

-, -, signature of, 1191 (4).

Leghorn, in Italy, 148, 538.

Legre, Mons. de, 1114.

Leicester, g. 1256 (33).

-, abbey of, 690.

-, abbot of, 1257.

-, John abbot of, letter from, 690.

-, St. Margaret's prebend, 1062 n.

Leicester (Leycester), Dan. Ric., 475.

Leicestershire, 817, 1238.

-, survey of monasteries in, 1191, 1215.

Leig and Leigh. See Legh.

Leighs, Essex, priory of (dissolved), 1238:— g. 1015 (33).

-, -, prior of. See Ellis, Thos.

Leighs Camset, Essex, g, 1015 (33).

Leighs (Lighes) Magna, Essex, 1238:—g.1015 (33).

Leighs Parva, Essex, g. 1015 (33).

Leighton. See Layton.

Leighton, Robt., g. 1015 (25).

-, -, Meriella, his wife, g. 1015 (25).

Leinster, in Ireland, 15, 1048.

Leipzig, 34, 305, 319.

Leislepe. See Leixlip.

Leiston, Suff., mon. of, 1238.

-, abbot of, 97.

-, George, abbot of, g. 597 (7).

Leith, near Edinburgh, 641.

-, letter dated at, 605.

Leixlip (Leislepe), in Ireland, 1030, 1032.

Lekynfeld. See Leckonfeld.

Lelegrave (Lilgrave, Lelgrave), Wm., surveyor of Calais, 86 iii., 445, 566:– g. 392 (8).

Lemelence, Alain, App. 4.

Lemington (Lemynton), Glouc., 1257 x.

Lenarcoste. See Lanercost.

Lentall, —, 254 (p. 93).

Lenton abbey, Notts., 1234.

-, letter dated at, 655.

-, Nich. prior of, 655, 1171, 1234.

-, -, letters from, 655, 1234.

Leo X., Pope, 906.

Leominster (Leymster) wool, 247.

Leonard, Dr., physician, 371.

Leone. See Lyons.

Lepton, Margery, 364 (p. 140).

Le Regretyer, Louis, g. 392 (6).

Lerida, in Italy, 861.

Lesewiden or Widenlese, Ntht., 712.

Leson, —, 871.

-, —, parson, 1191 (2).

Lessness (Lesnez), Kent, 878 iii.

-, suppressed abbey of, 870:—g. 392 (41), 1015 (37).

Le Strange, Sir Thos., 97.

Letham. See Lytham.

Letheringham, Suff., mon. of, 1238.

Leuchtenburg, in Germany, 112.

Leva. See Leyva.

Levant, the, 557.

Levyns, Chr., 852, 985.

Lewes, Suss., 816.

Lewes, Edw., g. 392 (48).

-, John, attainted, 243 (32).

-, Morgan, receiver of St. David's, 431 (pp. 173, 176).

Lewis or Lewes, servant to bp. Roland Lee. See Johns, Lewis.

- (Lewys), John, chaplain, 318.

Lewisham, Kent, 879.

Lewther. See Luther.

Lewty, Brian, notary, 711.

Lexden, Essex, g. 1015 (29).

Le Yardley, farm of, 849.

Leybourne. See Legbourne.

Leygh. See Legh.

Leymster. See Leominster.

Leyns. See Lynche.

Leyr. See Layer.

Leyston. See Leiston.

Leyton. See Layton.

Leyva (Leva, Lieva, Levay), Antonio di, prince of Asculi, Imperial general, 368 (p. 146), 437, 546, 592–3, 632, 652, 659, 661, 795, 814, 932, 945–6, 1004, 1042 n., 1114, 1130 (". . . . . . leva"), 1142, 1175, 1216.

-, -, daughter of, 1175.

Lichfield, 272 (2), 364.

-, letters dated at, 291, 857.

- cathedral, 364.

Lichfield, deanery of, 1018.

Lichfield and Coventry, bp. of. See Lee, Roland.

Liddisdale (Ledersdale, Lyddysdayle), on the West Borders, vale of Liddle, 160–1, 1154.

Licche, Jas., 431 (pp. 173, 176). See also Lathe, Jas.

Liége (Luke), in Flanders, 458 (p. 188).

-, canon of St. Pol in. See Boncourt, Gerard.

Liege (Luke), bp. of, 486.

Lieva. See Leyva.

Lighes. See Leighs.

Lightfote, Humph., 618.

- (Lyghtfote), John, 711.

Lighthorne (Lighterne), Warw., g. 597 (35).

Ligon or Lygon, Sir Ric., 1027.

-, Ric., of Arley, 1257 x.

Likkerke, sieur de. See Hannaert, John.

Lilgrave. See Lelegrave.

Lilius. See Lily.

Lilleshall, Salop, abbot of, 259.

Lily (Lilius), George, son of the grammarian, 321, 503, 971.

-, -, letters from, 503, 971.

Limerick (Lymbryk), in Ireland, 743, 757, 937 (2), 1050.

-, mayor of. See Sexton, Edm.

-, mayor and council of, 1052.

-, water of, 1048.

Lincoln, St. Katharine's priory, 1238.

-, St. Mary Magdalen's priory, 1238 (Yorks.).

Lincoln, John Longland, bp. of, chancellor of Oxford, 66, 75, 128, 218, 267, 284 (pp 105–6), 350, 804, 850, 891, 1257, 1266–7:—g. 1015 (2).

-, -, letters from, 66, 267, 804, 850, 891, 1267.

-, -, letters to, 218, 891 (2).

-, -, his prison broken, 1266–7.

-, -, servants of, 267.

Lincoln, archdeacon of, 66. See also Pate, Ric.

Lincolnshire, 806, 891, 1008, 1274:— g. 392 (29).

-, monasteries in, 1238, 1258.

Lincoln (Lyncolne), —, lands of, 1091.

Lincoping, John Braske, bp. of, 24 (p. 8).

Lindsey and Kesteven (Linc.) wool, 247.

Linlithgow, in Scotland, letter dated at, 928.

Lione. See Lyons.

Lipcot. See Lyppyngkot.

Lisbon (Luxeborn), 148, 208.

Lisle (Lyzle or Lysley), Arthur Plantagenet viscount, deputy of Calais, and vice-admiral of England, letters from, 21, 111, 117 ii., 134, 193, 209, 262, 425, 471, 486, 492, 498, 539, 541, 580, 673, 707–8, 737, 780, 828–9, 1005, 1157–8, 1159 ii., 1172–3:— App. 1.

-, -, letters to, 33, 58, 62, 100, 115, 117, 122, 136, 148, 166, 184, 221, 267, 312, 325, 332, 336–7, 339, 348, 366, 405–6, 412, 416, 438, 445–6, 476, 493, 516–19, 525, 532–3, 538, 540, 558, 561, 569, 574, 616, 628, 631, 651, 657, 675, 680, 691–2, 696, 706, 727, 738, 747–8, 756, 779, 781, 813, 830, 846, 854–5, 861, 865, 874, 919, 931–2, 934, 936, 943, 951–2, 954, 963, 969, 982, 992–4, 1000, 1006, 1014, 1019, 1047, 1057–8, 1074, 1076, 1101, 1114, 1127, 1138, 1146, 1155–6, 1159–60, 1164, 1175, 1208, 1216, 1222, 1270–1.

-, -, other references to, 69, 116, 188, 270, 292, 455–6, 467–8, 477, 487–8, 499, 504, 542 ii., 544, 559, 566, 568, 573, 608, 614, 622, 635, 656, 664, 668–9, 672, 681, 709, 739, 767, 807, 812, 837, 856, 866, 871, 883, 899, 953, 976, 995, 1059, 1064, 1075, 1077, 1088, 1128, 1147, 1165, 1174, 1193, 1202, 1209, 1275:—g. 392 (3, 20, 26, 31), 597 (44), 1015 (34).

-, -, his pursuivant. See Risebank.

-, -, his debts to the King, 33.

-, -, his auditor, 931.

-, -, chaplain of, 267.

-, -, his handwriting, 117 ii., 539.

-, -, his daughter Frances, 467 n.

-, -, his ship, 477, 673 ii.

-, -, a ship of (sold at Messina) 148.

-, -, his signature, g. 1015 (34).

Lisle, Honor lady, wife of the preceding, widow of Sir John Basset, letter from, 1128.

-, -, letters to, 68–9, 116, 210, 454–6, 465–6, 468, 487–8, 499, 504, 542–5, 559, 566, 568, 573, 608, 622, 635, 650, 664, 669, 671–2, 681, 739, 767, 789, 837, 856, 866, 918, 920, 953, 964, 976, 995, 1020, 1059, 1064, 1075, 1100, 1139, 1147–9, 1165, 1174, 1181, 1193, 1202, 1209, 1275.

-, -, other references to, 100, 122, 136, 148, 166, 193, 209, 221, 267, 312, 332, 336–7, 406, 412, 416, 446, 467, 517, 533, 558, 614, 673, 696, 709, 727, 748, 789, 932, 1005, 1047, 1058, 1101, 1127, 1146, 1222.

-, -, her warren, &c., 964.

-, -, her weir. See Umberleigh, weir at.

-, -, her gentlewoman, 559, 608, 671–2, 739. See also Warton, Alice.

Lisle (Lyle), Sir Stephen, 193.

Lister, Sir Ric., chief baron of Exchequer, 848, 876:—g. 1015 (2, 4).

Lister, John, g. 392 (52).

Listney, Mons. de, 1114.

Little (Litle), Robt., g. 226 (7), 392 (13).

Liun Chatan (qu. in America ?), 442.

Llanamovery. See Llandovery.

Llanclere, mon. of, in Wales, 1238 (p. 516).

Llandaff, in Wales, letter dated at, 481.

Llandaff, diocese of, 481, 721 (3), 746, 1238.

Llandaff, George Athequa, bishop of, Queen Katharine's confessor, 45–6, 75, 141 (pp. 50–1), 284 (p. 106), 410 (p. 167), 429, 617, 871, 1088.

-, -, letter to, 45–6.

Llandam, in Anglesea, g. 226 (17).

Llandewy (Llandue, Llandwe), in Wales, 431 iii., vi.

Llandewy Brevye (Llandwye), in Wales, 431 ix.

-, college of, 431 v.

Llandilo (Llandeilo), in Wales, deanery of, 431 iii., v., vi.

Llandogy, in Wales, 431 vi.

Llandorokke. See Llandwrog.

Llandovery (Llanamovery), in Wales, 55, 1231.

Llandue (qu. Llandewy ?), in Wales, 431 iii.

Llandwe (qu. Llandewy?), 431 vi.

Llandwrog (Llandorokke), in Wales, 433.

Llaneignede, in Wales, 431 vi.

Llaneingan, in Wales, 433.

Llanfaglan (Llanvaglan), in Wales, 433.

Llanfair-is-Gair (Llanvarisgair) in Beddgelart, Carnarvonsh., g. 226 (17).

Llangadock, in Wales, deanery of, 431 iii., v.

Llanglynnyn (qu. Llangelynin ?), in Wales, 433.

Llangwyno, in Anglesea, 433.

Llanllugan (Wanligan), in Wales, nunnery of, 1238 (St. Asaph's).

Llannergh, Wm, g. 392 (53).

Llansaintfraed (Llansanfrede), in Wales, g. 1256 (51).

Llantefey. See Lamphey.

Llanvaglan. See Llanfaglan.

Llanwayer, in Wales, g. 226 (17).

Llanwnda (Llanunda), in Wales, 433.

Llanyddan, in Wales, g. 226 (17).

Llawhaden (Lauhehaden) or Llanhawaden, S. Wales, 431 (pp. 175–6).

-, letter dated at, 1182.

-, castle of, 1182.

Llaynsse (?), vicarage of, Wales, 1243.

Llewellyn, Griffith ap, g. 1015 (41).

Llewenny (Acre of) in Issalett, Denbigh, g. 392 (33, 53).

-, Park of, g. 392 (33).

Lloyd or Lloid, —, of Tenby, 1182.

-, David, alias Place, 31, 130, 453.

-, David, dean of Emlyn, 431 iii.

-, Edm., g. 775 (23).

-, Edw., 195, 1240.

-, Griffithe, 431.

-, Humph., 251, 1244.

-, Jenkyn, Cromwell's servant, 764.

-, Randolf, 554.

-, Ric., 204.

-, Roger, 331.

-, Thos., clk., g. 226 (13).

Lochau, in Germany, letter dated at, 63.

Locke, Mr., 869.

Lodge, Hen., 617 ii.

-, Ric., 49.

Lodi, in Italy, 592.

Lodysman, Hen., 876 (7).

Lok (Loke, Lokes), Wm., mercer, 772, 910, 914 bis, 981.

-, -, letter to, 981.

Lokes. See Lok.

Lolworth, Camb., 1268.

Lombardy, 205, 398, 403, 437 (p. 178), 442, 546, 592, 637, 652, 666, 714, 814, 887 (p. 369), 1130.

Lomewood alias Le Bromys, Kent, g. 597 (10).

Lomley. See Lumley.

Londendale. See Longdondale.

London, letters dated at, 2, 33, 46, 54, 59, 60, 74, 115–17, 136, 141–3, 184, 199–201, 255, 267, 282–3, 285, 307–8, 310, 312, 334, 336–7, 339, 351–2, 355–6, 405–6, 410, 416, 429–30, 439, 445, 468, 487–8, 490, 494–5, 499, 518–19, 529, 558–9, 573, 581, 601–3, 617, 618, 635, 649, 671–2, 680, 688, 696, 699, 700, 720, 727, 734, 738–9, 742, 747–8, 752–3, 756, 766, 779, 782–3, 785, 789, 793, 808, 855–6, 865–6, 873–4, 885–6, 891 (2), 901–2, 908–10, 918–20, 926, 931, 936, 952–3, 963–4, 992–5, 1000, 1020, 1057–9, 1069–70, 1074–5, 1084, 1100–1, 1107, 1123–4, 1146–7, 1155, 1164–5, 1181, 1193, 1202, 1208–9, 1222, 1238, 1265.

London, places in or near:—
-, Austin (Augustine) Friars, 351.
-, -, Cromwell's house at, 351.
-, Baskett, the, g. 1256 (48).
-, Baynards Castle, 1087 (17).
-, Bethlehem Hospital or Bedlam, keepership of, 878, 880.
-, Bethnal (Beddnalle) Green, letter dated at, 331.
-, Billingsgate, g. 1256 (48).
-, Bishopsgate, 878.
-, Bishopsgate Street, 674.
-, Blackfriars, 336.
-, Black Friars (or Friars Preachers), prior of. See Hilsey, John.
-, Bridewell (Bridouel), 581, 603, 1265.
-, Bridge, 709.
-, Bridgehouse (Brygishous), 676.
-, Charing Cross, 763:—g. 226 (33).
-, Charterhouse, 362, 605, 871, 1087 (26).
-, -, late prior of. See Houghton, John.
-, Cheap (Chepe), 137, 243 (22), 246 (14).
-, Cheapside, 997.
-, -, the Padlock in, 981.
-, Christchurch or Holy Trinity, 310:— g. 1256 (48).
-, -, lands of, 254 (p. 93).
-, Clerkenwell, 127.
-, Conduit, 1201.
-, Covent Garden, 1087 (12, 31).
-, Crossed or Crutched Friars, 346, 371, 462 (p. 190).
-, -, a doctor and others of the, 462 (p. 190).
-, Dowgate, 719.
-, Durham Place, 1087 (16).
-, Elsingspittle, 1087 (10), 1238.
-, Estchepe, 676.
-, Farringdon ward, g. 1256 (40).
-, - without, g. 226 (36).
-, Fleet Prison, 1126.
-, Galye Quay, 194.
-, Gracechurch corner, 115.
-, Gracechurch Street (?) (" grassy . . . .e"), 1201.
-, Gray's Inn, 5, 785.
-, Guildhall chamber, g. 1256 (48).
-, Holborn, bp. of Lincoln's place in, 267.
-, Holy Rood Wharf, g. 1256 (48).
-, Inner Temple, 789.
-, Lincoln's Inn, 669, 789, 1100, 1193.
-, Lothbury, 462 (p. 190).
-, Marshalsea Prison, g. 392 (23).
-, Middle Temple, 487.
-, Newgate Prison, 763.
-, Norwich Place, 243 (11).
-, Old Jewry, 510.
-, Paul's Cross, 120, 1201.
-, Paul's Wharf, 462.
-, the Rolls, 115, 556, 985, 1206, 1233.
-, -, letters dated at, 46, 54, 255, 339, 445, 618, 649, 873, 886, 1084, 1123–4.
-, le Romland, g. 1256 (48).
-, St. Alphes Cripplegate, 1087 (10).
-, St. Anthony's, 49.
-, St. Bartholomew's Smithfield, 309.
-, -, A. B. prior of, 309.
-, St. Dunstan's in the West, 213:— g. 1256 (40).
-, St. John's of Jerusalem, Clerkenwell, 1242.
-, -, prior of. See Weston, Sir Wm.
-, -, sub-prior. See Mablesteyn, Sir J.
-, St. Katharine's, master of. See Latham, Gilbert.
-, St. Katharine's sanctuary, 462 (p. 190).
-, St. Lawrence Lane, 337.
-, St. Margaret Lothbury, 462 (p. 190).
-, -, curate of. See Dorset, Thos.
-, St. Martin's, parson of. See Wilson, —.
-, St. Martin's le Grand, sanctuary of, 462.
-, St. Mary Aldermary, parson of. See Crome, Edw.
-, St. Mary atte Bowe, in West Chepe, 309.
-, St. Mary at Hill, g. 1256 (48).
-, St. Matthews, Friday Street, 431 ix.
-, -, parson of. See Marwent, Walt.
-, St. Paul's (Poules, Powles), 76, 141 (p. 53), 172, 194, 282 (p. 103), 327–8, 845, 884, 1062 n., 1182:—g. 392 (41).
-, -, dean of. See Pace, Ric.
-, -, deanery of, 328.
-, St. Paul's Churchyard, 806.
-, St. Sepulchre's, g. 226 (36).
-, St. Thomas the Apostle, curate of. See Smith, Ric.
-, Savoy, master of the, 18, 260.
-, Smithfield East, g. 1256 (40).
-, Soperlane, 174.
-, Stratford at Bowe nunnery, 1238.
-, Three Legges Alley, 309.
-, Tower, 10, 254, 295, 299, 308, 396, 429, 602, 605, 782, 784–5, 791, 793, 797–8, 808, 827, 848, 855, 870, 873, 876, 902, 908, 910–11, 918–20, 924 (castrum regis), 933, 947, 1036, 1044, 1120, 1122, 1231:—g. 226 (19).
-, -, letters dated at. See London, letters dated at.
-, Tower, clerkship of the change in, g. 597 (12).
-, -, constable of. See Kingston, Sir Wm.
-, -, gravership of, 870, 878 ii.
-, -, gunners in, g. 226 (16, 30–2), 392 (4, 5, 36).
-, -, ordnance in, 299.
-, -, prisoners in, 254.
-, -, repairs required at, 299.
-, -, church nearest to, really St. Peter's Chapel in, 911 (p. 382).
-, -, Martin Towre, g. 226 (19).
-, Tower Hill, 918–20.
-, Tower Hill abbey, a white monk of, abbot of Valle Crucis (q.v.).
-, Turnemyllestrete, Midd., g. 777 (13).
-, Tyburn, 848 ix., 876 (8).
-, Watling Street, 869.
-, West Chepe, 309.
-, Wood Street, 997.

London, corporation of, 243 (22), 246 (14).
-, Draper's Company, g. 1256 (48).
-, curates of, 248.
-, orphans of, 254.
-, mayor and sheriffs of, 667.
-, collectorship of the subsidy in, 878 ii.
-, mayor of. See Alen, Sir J.
-, merchants of, 954.
-, metership of linen cloth and canvas, 894.
-, sheriffs of, 902.

London, bp. of See Stokesley, John.

-, Stephen, formerly bp. of, g. 392 (41).

-, archdeacon of. See Gwent, Ric.

London (Londonne), Dr. John, D.C.L., warden of New College, Oxford, and dean of Wallingford Chapel, 411:— g. 777 (12).

-, -, his handwriting, 1250.

London, Will., letter from, 1222.

-, -, his wife, 1222.

-, —, archer at Calais, 499 (p. 202).

Londondale. See Longdondale.

Loneden, Anne, 562.

Long, Ric., 1171.

Longdondale (Londendale, Londondale), Chesh., 870, 878 iii.:—g. 1256 (14).

Longfeld. See Longueville.

Longford, Mr., 857.

Longford (Langforth), Sir Ralph, 868.

-, -, letter from, 868.

Longhame. See Langham.

Longland, John. See Lincoln, bp. of.

Longueville (Longfeld), Louis d'Orleans duke of (died 1536), 591, 1114.

Longvyle, Geo., temp. Hen. VI., g. 226 (21).

Loose. Kent, 1125.

-, vicar of. See Fynnys, Robt.

Lorde alias Lawarde, Robt., g. 597 (12).

Lords, House of, 406.

Lorello, Francisco, 534.

Lorraine (Loren, Lothoringins), John cardinal of, 375, 670 (p. 273 "Lotherike"), 713–14 (pp. 299, 300), 759, 795–6, 814 (pp. 343–4), 861, 887 (p. 369), 906, 932, 1069 (pp. 443, 448), 1212.

Lorymer, John, curate, 562 (p. 220).

Lotherike. See Lorraine.

Lothoringins. See Lorraine.

Louis XII., king of France (1498–1515), 670 (p. 269), 689 (p. 282).

Louis (Luys), Infant of Portugal, "Don Loys," son of king Emanuel, 333, 575 (p. 226), 888, 907, 1069 (pp. 442, 445), 1176, 1227 (p. 512).

Loure, Wm., g. 1015 (3).

Louth Park, Linc., mon. of, 1238.

Louvain, in Flanders, 85, 458.

Love, Thos., constable of the staple at Calais, 812.

-, Wm. See Coggeshall, abbot of.

Loveday, —, 164 ii.

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

Lovekyn, Arthur, 1257 v.

Lovell, Francis lord (attainted under Hen. VII.), 868:—g. 226 (25), 1256 (14).

-, —, 912, 1140.

-, Edw., 789.

-, Gregory, 876 (7).

Low Countries. See Flanders.

Low or Lowe, Simon, mercer, 772, 914.

Lowestoft (Norf.), 1257 xi.

Lowson. See Lawson.

Lowys, George, mayor of Winchelsea, 275, 365.

-, letter from, 275.

Loys, Don. See Louis.

Lubeck (Lubeque) and the Lubeckers, 24, 149, 303–4, 343, 399, 400, 469, 524, 528, 601 (p. 244), 1116.

- senate of, 686 ("these false senates," i.e. of Lubeck and Hamburg), 1257.

Lucas, —(brother-in-law of the bp. of Lincoln?), 891.

-, Agnes, widow, 408.

Lucca (Lucha, Lwke), in Italy, 107 (p. 37), 368 (p. 146), 368 ii., 887 (p. 369), 1069 (p. 444), 1114.

-, letter dated at, 861.

Lucretia the Tumbler, 1187.

Lucy, lady, executors of, 871.

Ludgershall, Bucks, g. 597 (30).

Ludlow, Salop, 195, 211, 1178.

-, letters dated at, 31, 55, 129–30, 204, 258, 354, 363, 453, 470.

-, castle of, 211, 259.

-, court at, 195.

Lugdinum, 924, i.e. London.

Lugdunum. See Lyons.

Lugharnes, in the Marches of Wales, 204.

Luke. See Liége.

Luke, Sir Walker, justice, 848, 876, 1037: —g. 1015 (2).

Lumley, John lord, 826, 1141, 1180.

-, -, letter from, 826.

-, -, letter to, 1141.

-, -, chaplain of, 826.

- (Lomley), George, 1257 x., xii.

Lumnour, Hen., 1257 ix.

Lunde, Yorks, 597 (39).

Lunden, John a Vesa or Vesalius, abp. of, 24 (p. 8).

Lunenburg or Luneburg, 24 (p. 7), 303, 343.

Lunenburg (Luneburg), Ernest of Zelle duke of, the "prince of Luneburg," 24 (pp. 6, 7), 303, 343.

Lunteley (Lunttley), John, 431 iii., ix., 1182.

Lupset, Mr., 835 (qu. a slip of the pen for Roger Lupton (q.v.), who was prebendary of Shipton under Whichwood).

Lusernes skins, 122.

Lussher, Wm., g. 776 (7).

Luther (Lewther), Martin, 8, 63, 81, 108, 118, 133, 158, 180, 266, 280, 379, 457, 493, 540, 586–7, 601 (p. 244), 644, 771 (p. 324), 774, 847, 977.

-, -, letters from, 81, 118, 133, 180, 644.

-, -, letter to, 63.

Lutherans and Lutheranism (German Protestants), 112, 279, 282 (p. 103), 283, 400, 457, 493, 528, 540, 585–6, 594, 601 (p. 244), 619, 684, 689 (p. 282), 699, (p. 290), 752 (p. 316), 922, 954.

-, description of, 585–6.

Lutterell (Luttrell), Thos., justice in Ireland, 301, 938, 1029–31, 1103, 1196, 1210, 1223.

-, -, signature of, 301, 938, 1029–31, 1196, 1223.

Lutton, Thos., 1257 xii.

Luxeborn. See Lisbon.

Luys. See Louis.

Lwke. See Lucca.

Lyddysdayle. See Liddisdale.

Lye. See Legh or Lee.

Lyeghes. See Leighs.

Lyesnes. See Lessness.

Lyghfeld forest, Rutl., 1191 (3).

Lyght. See Light.

Lygon. See Ligon.

Lygyn priory (qu. Biggyn in Fordham?), 507.

Lyle. See Lisle.

Lymbryk. See Limerick.

Lyme Regis, Dors., 179.

-, church of, 179.

-, the Cobbe at, 179.

Lymey, Dan Ralph., letter from, 23.

Lynche, Markas, 937 (2).

- (Leyns), Peter, of the Knock, 1048.

Lyndeley, Anne, d. of Thos., g. 1015 (25).

-, John, g. 1015 (25).

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

Lyndenwood, Worc., g. 1015 (10).

Lyncolne. See Lincoln.

Lynebroke, Heref., nunnery of, 1238.

Lynne (Bishops), Norf., 524, 1257 iv., xi.:— g. 1256 (16).

-, letters dated at, 641, 935.

-, the "stewerdshall," g. 1256 (16).

Lynney, Edm., 1171.

Lyons (Lione, Leone, Lugdunum), 25, 106, 166 (see Notes), 410, 443, 458 (p. 187), 508, 598, 632 n., 689, 1066, 1077.

-, letters dated at, 122, 157, 170, 175, 177, 187, 190, 221, 228, 235, 273, 279, 294, 315, 368, 374–5, 437, 442, 446, 451, 576, 697, 713, 795, 882, 932, 956, 973, 999, 1002, 1045, 1114–15, 1121, 1162, 1175, 1216.

Lypyatt, Glouc., 1257 x.

Lypyngkot (Lypycot, Lyppyngcot, Lipcot), Mr., 669, 671, 738–9, 1174.

Lyslie. See Lisle.

Lyssle, 1074.

Lyston. See Leiston.

Lytham (Letham), Lanc., cell of Durham, 364 (p. 141), 1238 (Durham).

Lyttylprow (Lytilprowe), Reynold, 97, 595.

-, -, letter from, 595.

Lyzle. See Lisle.



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