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'Index: M', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 10: January-June 1536 (1887), pp. 599-605. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75452 Date accessed: 20 October 2014.


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Mablesteyn (Mabliston), Sir John, LL.D., subprior of St. John's, g. 597 (30).

McA'Brien Arra. See O'Brien, Morough.

Maccabeus trompet, 1004.

McCarthies, Irish family, 757.

McCarthy, Cormok Oge (died 1536), 757, 1048, 1168.

McCarthy More, chief captain of Desmond, 1028.

McCarthy Reagh, Donough, captain of Carberry, 1048.

Macclesfield (Makkelfield), Chesh., 878, (p. 365).

McDonaghe, Edm. Duffe, 859.

-, -, his son Arthur, 859.

McGeoghegan, —, 1048.

McGilpatryk, —, 1194.

Machyn, John, 788.

McMorice (Mak Morish), —, 1052.

McMurgh (MacMorro), —, 515, 757, 859 1210.

McMurghs (McMorrowes), Irish family, 757.

Mâcon, in France, letters dated at, 71 87.

Mâcon, Charles de Hémard bishop of, French ambassador at Rome, 670 (pp. 271, 273, "his master's orator here"), 687, 689, 759, 814 ("Gallorum").

-, -, letter from, 689.

McWilliam. See Bourke.

McWilliam Ossory. See Errata (1168).

Madalena. See Magdalen.

Madersey. See Mattersay.

Madockes, Thos., merchant tailor, 165.

Madowell, John, clk., 623.

Madrid, 333 n.

-, letter dated at, 358.

Madrid, treaty of, 575 (p. 227), 684, 689 (p. 282), 699 (p. 291), 1161.

Maes, Lwen, of Nieuport, letter from, 574.

Magdalen (Madalena), eldest daughter of Francis I., married (1 Jan. 1537) to James V., 170, 601 (p. 243), 838, 923, 1069 (p. 442), 1070, 1169.

Magdeburg, 24 (p. 7), 343.

Magnus, Thomas, archd. of the E. Riding, 99:—g. 777 (14).

Magor, lordship of, in Wales, 252.

Maiden Bradley (Maydenbradeley) priory, Wilts, 388, 1238:—g. 1256 (6).

-, prior of. See Jenyns, Ric.

Maidstone (Maystame), Kent, 194.

Maigne, les Compagnies de, 591.

Maigne brook. See under Calais.

Mainwaring, Roger, g. 775 (7).

-, Thos., jun., 597 (18).

Maisondewe or Maison Dieu. See under Dover.

Makens, Thos., Scotchman, 695.

Makkelfield. See Macclesfield.

Malaga, in Spain, 937 (2), 946 (? Malicha).

Malicha (qu. Malaga?), 946.

Mallard, Fras., g. 392 (6).

Maliet, Dr. Francis, Cranmer's chaplain, master of Michael House, Cambridge, 120.

Malling, Thos., prior of Castleacre, 189:— g. 597 (5).

-, -, letter from, 189.

Malmesbury abbey, Wilts, 878 ii.

-, letter dated at, 893.

-, Robert, abbot of, letter from, 893.

Malmoe (Elbogen, Elbowe), in Sweden, 24 (p. 7), 303–4, 343, 440, 686.

Malory, Sir Wm., 424.

Malpas, Chesh., 878 iii. bis.

Malpas, Monm., cell of, 1238 (Llandaff).

Malta (Maltha), 882, 900, 905.

-, Grand Master of, i.e., of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem (q.v.).

Maltbie, Edw., 96.

Malte, John, tailor, 772, 914.

Malten, Ralph, 1027.

Malton, Yorks, 553.

- Old, Yorks, Gilb. priory of, 1238.

Maltravers (Matravers, Mautraverse) Henry FitzAlan lord, 834, 876 1038–9, 1088.

-, -, letter to, 1039.

Malvern (Great or Much Malvern), Worc., 1027, 1099.

-, priory of, 1191 (2), 1238.

-, Little, priory of, 1238.

Man, Hen., prior of Shene, signature of, 22.

-, John, letter from, 1269.

-, Wm., 1187 (3).

Manars. See Manners.

Manchester, college at, 364 (p. 142).

Manchester, Mr., chaplain to Sir John Russell, 1209.

-, Dan Edw., letter to, 23.

Maneste, Rob., 364 (p. 140).

Manfeld, Kent, g. 1015 (37).

Manners (Manars), Mr., 1222.

Mannynge, Thos., prior of Butley, suffragan bp. of Ipswich (1536), g. 597 (7).

Manoasque, M. de, 882.

Manoel. See Emanuel.

Manoke, —, 1231.

Mantua (Mantova), 35, 235, 375 (p. 152), 593, 600 (p. 242), 620, 659–61, 678, 714, 760 (p. 320), 814 (p. 344), 1077, 1122, 1255.

Mantua, Frederic Gonzaga duke (prince) of, 107, 411, 479, 1042.

-, -, son of 411.

Maramaus, Fabricio, 403, 814.

Marc. See Smeton, Mark.

March, earldom of, in England, 316, 1087 (21):—g. 392 (24–5, 33, 39, 53).

March wool, 247.

Marche, Wm., 993–4.

-, -, letter from, 993.

Margam (Margham, Morgan Morgo), in Wales, 252.

-, abbey of, 1238 (Llandaff).

-, Lewis, Abbot of, g. 392 (48).

Margaret of Angoulême, queen of Navarre, sister of Francis I., 1042, 1212.

Margaret, queen of Scotland, sister of Henry VIII., mother of James V., 483, 728, 740, 853, 862–3, 944, 959–60, 1069 (p. 442).

-, -, letters from, 483, 740, 853, 959–60.

-, -, her husband. See Methven, lord.

Margaret, duchess of Florence, natural daughter of Charles V., 70, 107, 124, 321, 368 (p. 146), 442, 479, 534.

Margaret, lady. See Douglas, Margaret.

Margery, Mrs. See Horsman, Margery.

Marguerite, Mr., Isabel, daughter of, 40.

Marguison, in Picardy, 541.

Marham nunnery, Norf., 364 (p. 143), 563, 1238 (p. 516) (Marham Barbara).

-, abbess of, 364 (p. 143).

Mariston. See Marston.

Markby, Linc., mon. of, 1238.

Marke (Marcq) and Oye, near Calais, 21, 209, 525, 931, 934.

-, bailly of. See Rokewood, John.

-, receiver of, 931.

Markeby, —, priest, letter to, 334.

Markes, Mr. See Smeton, Mark.

Markes, Hugh, 710.

Markham, Henry, 1257 iv.

-, Sir John, 86.

Marlborough, Wilts, 1008.

-, St. Margaret's priory, 1238.

Marlow, Bucks, g. 226 (20).

Marlow, Little, Bucks, priory, 1188, 1238 (entered under both Bucks and Berks.)

-, letter dated at, 1188.

-, prioress of. See Vernon, Marg.

Marot, Clement, the French poet, 458 (p. 188).

Marquet,—, 631.

Marriage of priests, 82.

Marriages. See Dispensations.

Marseilles (Marsiglia), 1130, 1175, 1212.

-, letter dated at, 538.

Marshal [of Calais], Mr. See Grenville, Sir Ric.

Marshall, —, of Wood Street, 997.

-, Cuthbert, archd. of Nottingham, rector of Whitburn, 394, 413.

-, -, letter from, 394.

-, Henry, clk., 1099.

-, Ric., prior of the Blackfriars of Newcastle, letter from, 594.

-, Thos., 1257.

-, Will., 1257.

Marsheley (Mersley) park, 871, 878 (p. 365).

Marsiglia. See Marseilles.

Marsshe, Thos., g. 392 (3).

Marston (Mariston), Bucks, prebend in Lincoln cathedral, 804, 850 ("Mr. Sadeler's matter").

-, incumbent of, 804.

Marten. See Merton.

Marten, John, 1253.

Martin, prior of. See Merton.

Martin, Dr. See Luther, Martin.

Martin, —, 626.

-, Thos., 1027.

-, Yan, letters from, 1270–1.

Marton. See Merton.

Marton (Martyn) Abbey (priory), Yorks (surrendered 1536), 271, 278, 288, 364 (p. 142), 1238.

-, prior of ("lewd canon"), 271.

Martyn. See Marton.

Marwent, Walter, 431 ix.

Mary, the princess, daughter of Henry VIII. and Katharine of Arragon (called officially "lady Mary," by Imperialists "Princess"), 10, 11, 40, 59, 60, 72, 106, 123, 133, 141–3, 157, 175, 190, 199, 200 (the "enterprise" is her proposed escape), 230, 264, 279, 282, 284 (p. 106), 307, 333, 351 (p. 133–4), 358, 373, 375, (p. 151), 410 (p. 166), 427, 429 (p. 173), 494 (p. 200), 528, 575, 601, 670 (pp. 266, 269, 272), 683, 698–9, 720, 726, 752, 782, 823, 871, 887 (p. 368), 888 (p. 370, "our cousin"), 901, 908–9, 947, 956 ("true daughter"), 968, 973, 975, 991, 1021–2, 1033, 1036 (pp. 428–9), 1069–70, 1079, 1083, 1094, 1107–10, 1120–2, 1129, 1133–4, 1136–7, 1142, 1150, 1161, 1176, 1186–7, 1203–4, 1212, 1254.

-, -, letters from, 968, 991, 1022, 1079, 1083, 1108–9, 1129, 1133, 1136, 1186, 1203–4, 1227, 1231.

-, -, letter to, 1110.

-, -, her gouvernante. See Shelton, lady Anne.

-, -, her submission, 1137.

-, -, Norfolk, sent to, 1021.

-, -, her household, 1187.

-, -, place of residence at the commencement of the year, 199, 307, 373.

Mary of Bourbon, eldest daughter of the duke of Vendôme, proposed in marriage for James V., 87, 450–1, 578, 601 (p. 243), 728, 863 (see No. 578), 908 (p. 379), 1044, 1154, 1179.

Mary, the French queen, sister of Henry VIII., duchess of Suffolk (died 1533), 76, 689, 1036.

Mary, queen dowager of Hungary, regent of Flanders, sister of Charles V., 141 (pp. 47, 52–3), 199, 342, 430, 486, 493, 524, 540–1, 561, 601 (pp. 242–3), 663, 685, 699 (p. 289), 718, 814 (p. 344), 947, 956, 965, 1120.

-, -, letter from, 965.

Maryk, nuns of, archd. of Richmond, 1238.

Mason, Mr., of Calais, 471.

-, Barbara, 364 (p. 143).

-, John, handwriting of, 687.

-, Sampson, g. 1256 (24).

Massingberd, John, of Calais, 656, 710.

Massy or Massey, Rob., g. 1256 (38).

-, Robt., Gardiner's servant, 177, 761.

Master, John, chaplain, 318.

Mathe Goch, Davythe ap, 331.

Mathewe. See Matthew.

Matravers. See Maltravers.

Mattersay (Madersey) priory, Notts., 364 (p. 141), 1238 (p. 516).

Matthew (Mathewe), Geoff., alias Calfe, g. 1256 (40).

- (Mathew), George, 1178:—g. 392 (48).

-, John, prior of St. Martin's, Richmond, 364 (p. 142).

-, John, prior of Cokesford, letter from, 762.

-, Miles, g. 392 (48).

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

-, Rob. ap. Wm., g. 392 (48).

-, Roger, g. 392 (33).

Maudley, Humph., 316.

Maunde, Thos., 1257 ii.

Maundy, the Queen's, 772, 914.

Maunsell (Mauncell), Sir Rice, chamberlain of Chester (1536), 834:—g. 392 (48), 1256 (7).

-, Wm., of York, 1257 x.

Mautraverse. See Maltravers.

Mawd, Robt., 812.

Mawdlens priory. See under Barnstaple.

Maxey, John, bp. of Elphin, commendatory of Welbeck, 110, 878 ii.

-, -, letter from, 110.

Maximilian, king of the Romans, commonly called Emperor (died 1519), 375 (p. 152), 670 (p. 269), 689 (p. 282).

Maxstokke, Warw., church of, 1191 (2).

-, priory of Austin Canons, 1191 (2), 1238.

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

Maxwell, Robert lord, Scotch warden of the West Marches, 27, 160–1.

May, —, prior of Tortington, 1207.

-, —, of Southwark, grocer, the prior's brother, 1207.

Mayden. See Maiden.

Mayer. See Meyer.

Maynard, John, mercer, 97.

Mayne. See Baddesley and Mayne.

Maynebrook. See under Calais.

Maynewerynge. See Mainwaring.

Maynooth (Mynowthe), in Ireland, 15, 317.

-, castle of, 317, 937 (2), 1104.

Mayny, John, escheator of Kent, 176.

Maystame. See Maidstone.

Meat, sale of, 667.

Meath (Mith), bp. of. See Staples, Edward.

Mecklenburg (Mekinborough), Albert duke of (prince Albert), 24 (pp. 7, 8, 9), 303 (p. 113), 304 ii., 343, 686.

Medcalff, Mrs., 1074.

Mede, Peter, 318.

Medelton. See Middleton.

Medici, Alexander de, duke of Florence, 70, 107, 124, 148, 205, 321, 368 (p. 146), 368 ii., 369, 442, 479, 534, 592, 620, 700, 714.

-, -, his wife. See Margaret.

Medici, Katharine de, duchess of Orleans and of Urbino, niece of Clement VII. and Philip Strozzi, 684.

Medicine, public praelector of. See Warner, John.

Mediolanum. See Milan.

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

Medous or Medow, —, 177, 999.

Megges (Megge), Thos., 634:—g. 1015 (2, 4).

-, -, letter from, 634.

Mekenes, Michael, 50.

Mela. See Melen.

Melancthon, Philip, the reformer, 8, 9, 63, 81, 108, 112, 118, 158, 265–6, 280, 289–90, 305, 379, 447–8, 457, 458 (p. 185), 584, 587, 677, 769, 771 (p. 324), 885, 990, 1003, 1033–5, 1060, 1106.

-, -, letters from, 8, 9, 108, 158, 265–6, 280, 289–90, 305, 379, 447–8, 584, 677, 769, 990, 1003, 1033–5, 1060, 1106.

Melbury, Wm., 702.

Melche, Rowland, 1259.

Melen, Bernard von, or "Bernard a Mela," 24, 303, 342, 449, 718.

Melenythe, deanery of, in Wales, 431 v.

Melf (i.e. Melfi), prince of. See Doria, Andrea.

Melford, John. See Bury St. Edmunds, abbot of.

Mellody, —, 337.

Melrethe, 1091.

Melsa. See Meux.

Melton, Sir John, 364 (p. 139).

Melyne, Morgan, 431 iv.

Melyner, Chr., 869.

Memmingen (Memming), in Bavaria, 847.

Mendoza (Mendoça), Don Diego de, 1176.

Menell (Mennell), Rob., g. 597 (25), g. 777 (14).

Menteith, in Scotland, letter dated Down Mentitht, 740.

Mentz, in Germany, 860.

Meopham (Mepeham), Kent, 1199.

Merchant Adventurers, letter from, 203.

-, governor of, 203.

Merchants, 410, 428, 458 (p. 187).

Mere, Ric. at, receiver of Norwich bpric., 79 iii.

Merionethshire, 245, 453.

Merland, Christina, g. 775 (26).

-, Edw., g. 775 (26).

-, Nic., dec., g. 775 (26).

Merlin, a prophecy of, 911.

Mersley park. See Marsheley.

Merton (Marton), Norf., 1257 ii.

Merton (Martin), Surr., 243 (26).

-, prior of, 151, 243 (26).

Merveilles, captain, 689 (p. 282).

Meryfelde, letter dated at, 179.

Meryzth, Thos., 709.

Messina (Micina), in Italy, 60, 148, 508.

Messing, Essex, g. 775 (25).

Messyndyne, Jane, prioress of Legbourne, letter from, 384,

Metcalf (Metekalf), Fras., g. 392 (44).

-, Geo., g. 392 (44).

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

-, John, g. 775 (19).

-, Matthew, 77 ii.

Metham, Thos., of Metham, 1257 x.

Methven, Henry Stewart lord, third husband of queen Margaret, 1069 (p. 442).

Metschen, Hans, prefect of Saxony, 63.

Meux (Melsa or Mewse) in Holderness, Yorks, abbey of, 364 (p. 139).

Mewtas, Peter, 834.

Meyer (Mayer, Meyrus), Sir Marcus, 303 (p. 114), 343, 440, 686, 1116.

-, -, letter from, 686.

-, -, letters to, 343, 440.

-, -, his brother Conrad, 440.

-, -, his brother Garet (Gerard), 343 (p. 130), 686.

Meyrig, Maurice, 431 iii.

Meyrus. See Meyer.

Michael III., emperor of Constantinople (9th century), 34.

Michel, Bastien, 651:—App. 1.

Michell, Jas., 870.

- (Mychell), Ric., 1181.

Michelles-court in Burwardescote, 1091.

Micina. See Messina.

Middelburgh, in Zealand 1214, 1218.

Middleham, Yorks, 380:—g. 392 (44), 775 (17), 1256 (45).

-, castle of, g. 775 (17).

-, farms, &c. (named) in, g. 1256 (45).

Middlesborough priory, Yorks, 364 (p. 139).

Middlesex, 1238.

-, sheriff of, 848.

Middleton (Medelton), Norf., 1257 vi.

Middleton or Mydleton, John, draper, 914.

-, Sir John, sheriff of Northumberland, g. 1015 (12).

-, Mr., of Calais, 1014.

-, Sir Wm., g. 777 (14).

-, Thos., draper, 772.

Middlewich, Chesh., g. 775 (7).

Midensis, Edw. (i.e., bishop of Meath). See Staples, Edw.

Mighell, John, 318.

Milan, duchy of, the Milanese, 35 (p. 14 "what belonged to the sons of his king"), 71, 107 (p. 37), 124, 199 (p. 70), 290, 305, 333, 351 (p. 133), 368, 373–5, 398, 458 (p. 185–6), 508, 534, 575 (pp. 224, 227), 592–3, 600 (p. 242), 620, 632, 638, 652, 659, 670 (pp. 268, 270), 684, 687–9, 691, 699 (pp. 288–9, 291), 714, 725–6, 759–60, 795–6, 814 (p. 344), 887 (p. 369), 906, 1069 (pp. 445–6, 449), 1161, 1227, 1254–5.

Milan, town of, 403, 437 (p. 178), 479, 592, 670 (p. 272), 795, 861, 954, 961.

-, castle of, 368 (p. 146), 375 (p, 151), 659.

Milan, Francis Sforza duke of (died 1535), 107 (p. 37), 141 (p. 53), 534.

Milan, duchess of, widow of the preceding. See Christina.

Milan, Hippolito d'Este, abp. of, brother of the duke of Ferrara (cardinal 1538), 534.

Milcote, Warw., 1257 x.

Mile End, near Colchester, g. 1015 (29).

Milford Haven, in Wales, 1182.

Milgate, John, prior of Buckenham, 364 (p. 148).

Milhewyche, John, 533.

Millen, Lewis. See Brecknock, L.

Miller (Myller), —, lady Lisle's servant, 995, 1075.

-, Thos., of Lynne, 1257 xi.

Mills, Alice, 408.

-, John, 113.

-, (Myllis), Nic., pewterer, 1054.

Milsont, John, 408 (2).

Milton, Wilts, g. 1256 (6).

Minchin Barrow or Buckland, Soms., priory of, 1238.

Minster or St. Syxborough nunnery, in Sheppey, 562, 1238.

-, prioress of, 562 (p. 220).

-, inventory of, 562.

Minster Lovell, Oxon, 870, 878 ii.:—g. 597 (27), 1256 (18, 23).

Mint, the, comptroller of. See Whalley, John.

Mirandula, l'occupateur de, 1069 (p. 451).

Misna Civitas, letter dated, 34.

Mistress of the Maids, the, 929 iii.

Mitchelham, Suss., mon. of, 1238 (p. 516).

Mitford (Mydeforthe), Chr., 1260:—g. 597 (25).

Mith. See Meath.

Miton, 1259.

Mitton Over or Upper, Worc., g. 392 (37).

Modena, in Italy, 200.

Moghdre in Ughdulas, Denbighsh., g. 392 (24).

Molend, Ric., 40 n.

Molenex. See Molineux.

Molesby nunnery. See Molsbye.

Molina, Juan Vazquez de, comendador, letters to, 169–70, 1213.

Molineux (Molenex), Mr. Parson, 857.

Molle, Peter, 240, 353 (see Notes and Errata).

Mollins, Jerome, 264.

Molsbye nunnery, near Stillington, Yorks, 1238.

Molton. See Moulton.

Molton, North, 237.

Molvello castle, in Bresse, 368 (p. 146).

Molynes, in France, 1114.

Momiliana. See Montmelian.

Monagyw. See Montague.

Monasteries, 242, 586 (p. 232), 621.

-, Act for dissolution of, 243 (18), 406, 494 (p. 200), 499, 528, 531, 551–2, 557, 567, 572–3, 599, 601 (p. 244), 613, 697, 716–17, 721, 823, 1030.

-, -, suppression of, 752, 789, 800, 825, 857–8, 922, 947, 963, 1026, 1054, 1135, 1191, 1211, 1221, 1233, 1264.

-, -, instructions for commissioners, 721.

-, -, certificate for Leicestershire, 1191.

Moncenis. See Mont Cenis.

Mone, —, 164 iii.

Monketon, Wilts, g. 1256 (6).

Monmouth, 31, 130.

-, letter dated at, 1178.

-, Black Friars of, 393.

-, -, prior of, 393.

-, castle of, 1178.

-, priory of, 1178, 1238 (Heref.).

Monopolies, 254 (p. 93).

Monpesade. See Montpesat.

Monreale, in Sicily, abp. of. See Farnese, card.

-, abpric. of, 906.

Mont (Mount), Chr. (properly Montaborinus), a German in Henry VIII.'s service, 314, 319, 377, 654, 730, 860.

-, -, letters from, 319, 730, 860.

Montague (Monagyw), Henry Pole lord, 337, 558, 601 (p. 243), 719, 752, 834, 876, 994, 1165, 1193.

-, -, his brother. See Pole, Geoffrey.

-, -, his place in Dowgate, London, 719.

-, lady, wife of the preceding, 1193.

Montague, Edw., serjeant-at-law, g. 1015 (2).

Montbrison, in France, letters dated at, 759, 823, 831.

Mont Cenis (Moucenis), in the Alps, 946.

Monteagle (Mount Egle), Thos. Stanley lord, 364 (pp. 139, 141), 876, 1088.

Montejan (Mont Jean, Mount Jean, Montigan, Monteianne), René sieur de, 591–2, 1114.

Monte Plaisante, near Lyons, letters dated at, 359, 443, 450, 570.

Monte Sion. See Sion.

Montferrat, marquisate or duchy of, 107, 1175, 1254.

Montfrin. See Fronton.

Montgomeryshire, 251, 1244.

Montigan. See Montejan.

Montjean. See Montejan.

Montmelian (Momiliana, Montmyllian), in Savoy, 437 (p. 178), 442, 446.

Montmorency, Anne de, count Beaumont, Grand Master of France, 187, 190, 235, 273, 315, 375, 697, 838, 1069 (p. 448), 1212.

Montmorency, Mons. de, "son" of madame de Bours, 465.

Montpesat (Monpesade), Ant. de Prez sieur de, 1114, 1175.

Montreuil, in France, 580, 1160 (? "Mostrull").

Moonynges, Sibilla, 176.

Moor Park. See More, the.

Moore. See More.

Moray. See Murray.

Morbeque, Ysabeau de, letter from, 210.

Mordaunt, John lord, 834, 876:—g. 1015 (2, 13).

Mordaunt, Sir John, dec., g. 1015 (13).

More, the, in Hertfordshire (Moor Park), 674, 1231.

More (Oldchurch), Salop, g. 597 (42).

More (Muoro), Sir Thomas (beheaded 6 July 1535), 34, 107 (p. 37), 243 (31), 458, 587, 732, 796, 844, 924–5, 975, 1036 (pp. 428, 430), 1081, 1239, 1273: —g. 777 (5).

-, -, his daughter Marg. Roper, 975.

-, -, his house at Chelsea, 732:— g. 777 (5).

-, -, a written description of his death, 924–5, 1081.

More, Chr., g. 392 (28).

-, John, g. 1015 (4).

-, Roger, 876 (7).

-, or Moore, Wm., prior of Worcester, 56, 216, 311, 1272:—g. 597 (8).

-, -, letter from, 1272.

Moreby, 1257 x.

Mores (Morris, Morys), Sir Chr., king's master gunner, Master of the Ordnance (1536), 299, 376, 727, 756, 807, 899 (?), 1222:—g. 392 (17), 775 (12).

-, -, letter from, 756.

Mores, Fras., g. 597 (14).

Moreton. See Morton.

Morette, Charles de Soliers sieur de, 437.

Morgan, in Wales, 252. See also Margam.

Morgan, —, 719.

-, -, his wife, 719.

-, Anne, 1187.

-, David, 1187 (2 ii.).

-, Giles, 589.

-, Griffith, dean of Ultra Ayron, 431 iv.

-, Ric., 794.

-, Thos. ap, 252.

-, John Wm., 252.

-, Sir Wm., letter from, 589.

Morgannok. See Glamorgan and Morgannok.

Morgo. See Margam.

Morice, Hen. ap John, g. 392 (53).

-, Lloyd, John ap, 354.

-, Robt. ap, 453.

-, Wm., letter from, 3.

-, -, his brother, 3.

-, -, his brother (qu. the same?) robbed at sea, 3.

Moris, Rob., g. 392 (15).

Morisby, David, clk., g. 1015 (40).

Morison. See Morysine.

Morley, Henry Parker lord, 834, 870, 876, 1134 (3):—g. 1256 (2).

Morley, Chas., 1187.

-, Thos., alias Calne, abbot of Stanley, g. 1256 (6).

Morres, Lewes ap, 258 (2).

-, Robt., 258 (2).

Morris. See Mores.

Morse (qu. St. Maurice?), 458 (2).

Mortimer, Roger, earl of March (temp. Edw. III.), 316.

Mortlake, Surr., 1087 (32).

Morton (Moreton), Warw., g. 597 (35).

Morton or Moreton, Roland, 693, 1027.

-, -, letter from, 693.

Morys. See Mores.

Morysine (Morisin, Morison, Meryson), Richard, 224, 320–1, 372, 417–9, 565, 660–1, 801, 961, 970, 975 (p. 406), 1273.

-, -, letters from, 320–1, 372, 417–9, 565, 660–1, 801, 1273.

-, -, handwriting of, 975 (2).

Mosgrave. See Musgrave.

Mostrull qu. Montreuil? q.v.

Motteshunt or Motffunt. See Mottisfont.

Mottisfont (Motffunt, Motteshunt) priory, Hants, 556, 1238.

-, -, prior of, 556.

Motton. See Mutton.

Mottram in Longdendale, Chesh., 878 iii., 879 (3).

Moulsey (Mulsey, Mowlsay), Surr., 788.

-, letter dated at, 1135.

Moulsoe (? Mowlsoos), Bucks, 1091.

Moulton (Molton), Norf., 1257 ii.

Mounge, George, 1187 (2).

Mounketon. See under Pembroke.

Mounster. See Munster.

Mountague. See Montague.

Mount Egle. See Monteagle.

Mounteney, Henry, 1076.

Mountford, Simon, 1191 (2).

Mountgrace, Yorks, charterhouse of, 288, 364 (p. 140).

-, -, prior of, 93, 99.

Mount Jean. See Montejan.

Mountjoy, Wm. lord (died 1535), 1009.

Mountsorell, Dan Robt., 475.

Mowle, —, 313.

Mowlsoos (qu. Moulsoe?), 1091.

Mownster. See Munster.

Mowseby Monialium, Yorks, 364 (p. 140).

Moyclare, in Ireland, 1048.

Moyes, —, "passenger" of Calais, 337.

Mulgrave castle, Yorks, 553.

Muller, Caspar, letter to, 133.

Mulsey. See Moulsey.

Mundham, Suss., 722.

Mundy, Vincent, 636.

Munster (Mownster), in Ireland, 15, 757, 1029, 1048, 1168, 1194.

Munster, in Holland, 1035.

Muoro, il. See More, Sir Thomas.

Mur, Adam (Scotchman?), 954.

Murray (Moray), James Stuart earl of, lord Abernethy, natural son of James IV., 578, 862.

Murray, James Stuart earl of, natural son of James V., 728 n.

Murray, Alexander, Scotch outlaw, 27.

Murresley (?), Berks, mon. of, 1238.

Musa, Antonius, 8, 112.

-, -, letter from, 112.

Musard, John, monk of Worcester, letter from, 216.

Muscroff, Johanna, 364 (p. 140).

Musgrave or St. Theobalds, Westmld., 96.

Musgrave, Alex., 96.

-, Cuthb., g. 597 (9).

-, Thos., marshall of Berwick, g. 597 (9).

-, Sir Wm., 96.

- (Mosgrave), lady, 869.

Mutton or Motton, Mrs., 1149.

-, John, g. 1015 (41).

-, Peter, g. 392 (18).

Mybott, Rob., g. 392 (33).

-, Thos., g. 392 (33).

Mychell. See Michell.

-, Dr. See Sa, Mich. de la.

Mydeforthe, Chr., 1260.

Mydgehall, Wilts, g. 1256 (6).

Mydle. See Middle.

Mydrym, in Wales, 431 vi.

Myffyn, Ph., g. 777 (10).

Myles, Mr., 997.

Myllis. See Mills.

Mynowth. See Maynooth.

Mynternus, Thos., letter from, 1065.



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