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'Index: N, O', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 10: January-June 1536 (1887), pp. 605-609. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75453 Date accessed: 20 September 2014.


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N., James, Foxe's servant, 314.

N. N., Melancthon's correspondent, letter to, 305.

Nabau, lord of, 592.

Nahoc, Wm., g. 226 (9).

Nanfan, John, g. 226 (12).

-, Wm., g. 597 (15).

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

Naples, kingdom of, 264, 368 (p. 146), 368 ii., 458 (p. 185), 534, 546, 565, 570, 632, 1130.

-, (Peter de Toledo marquis of Villa Franca), viceroy of, 148, 368 (p. 146), 495.

Naples, town of, 60, 70, 107 (p. 37), 123 (p. 42), 273, 320–1, 368, 403, 437, 442, 508, 534, 575, 592, 619–20, 660, 666, 670 (pp. 270, 273), 699 (p. 290), 887 (p. 368), 889, 937 (2).

-, -, letters dated at, 167, 205, 230, 322, 373, 500, 508.

-, parliament at, 70.

Nassau, Henry count of, 689, 1175.

Navarre, 333.

Navarre, queen of. See Margaret of Angoulême.

Neasham (Neseham, Nesseham), Durh., nunnery of, 364 (p. 140), 1238.

Neath (Nethe) abbey, bpric. of Llandaff, 1238.

-, Llyson abbot of, g. 392 (48).

Neckham, Dr. Roger, monk of Worcester, letters from, 132, 311.

Necton, Thos., 97, 1257 ii.

Nedam, James, surveyor of the King's works, 299.

-, two gentlemen of the Inner Temple named, 789.

Nedersolle, —, of Dover, 1023, 1220.

Neipton, Nthld., g. 1015 (13).

Nele, Wm., 1259.

Nenagh (Enagh), in Ireland, 1048.

N'en pour riens (qu. a name for Henry VIII.?), 783.

Nes. See Ness.

Nesbet, Pate, 536.

Neseham. See Neasham.

Ness (Nes) or Nestrange, Salop, 165.

Nesseham. See Neasham.

Nete, the (near Westminster), 929 iii.

Nethe. See Neath.

Netilsted. See Nettlested.

Netley abbey, Hants, 1156, 1238.

-, abbot of, 67.

Nettlested (Netilsted), Kent, g. 597 (10).

Nevill, Sir E., 987, 1098:—g. 597 (10).

-, -, letter from, 987.

-, - his brother (lord Abergavenny), 987. See Errata.

-, (Nevell), Sir John, 633, 1191, 1249.

-, -, letter from, 633.

-, (Nevell), Mary, 364 (p. 142).

- (Nevell), Will., 364 (p. 143).

-, Sir Thos., letter from, 414.

Newall. See Newhall.

Newborough or Roser, Anglesea, g. 775 (23).

Newboo, Linc., mon. of, 1238.

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

Newbury, Berks, 1008.

New Byggyng. See under Hitchin.

Newcastle-on-Tyne, 380, 483, 594, 728, 740, 810, 928, 1238 (p. 516).

-, letter dated at, 182–3.

-, Walkenoll priory, 364 (p. 142).

-, Blackfriars of, letter to, 594.

-, -, prior of. See Marshall, Ric.

Newchurch, Calais, 710.

Newell, Ric., 722.

Newenton. See Newington.

Newenton, Geoff. (temp. Edw. III.), 176.

Newes, Nic., 1187.

Newhall, Chesh., 878 (p. 365 bis):—g. 1256 (43).

Newhall, Essex, 878, 1147:—g. 1256 (31).

Newhall or Newall, John, 259.

Newington (Newenton), Kent, g. 775 (24).

Newington Belhouse, Kent, 979:—g. 1256 (1).

Newington Green, Midd., letter dated at, 864.

Newlese in Slimbridge, Glouc., g. 597 (17).

Newman, Mr., clk., 213.

-, —, 337.

-, Thos., g. 775 (19).

Newmarket, Camb., 507.

Newminster abbey, Nthld., 364 (p. 142), 1238 (p. 516).

Newnam, baileywick of, 878 ii.

Newport, Monm., 1238 (Llandaff).

Newport in Wenlock, Salop, 481.

Newporte, Ric., of Woburn abbey, 1239.

Newsom, Linc., mon. of, 1238.

Newstead near Axholme (super Ankholme?), Linc., mon. of, 1238.

Newstead priory, by Stamford, Linc., 66, 1238.

-, prior of, resigned, 66.

Newstead, Notts., priory of, 1238 (p. 516).

Newton, Ntht., 1257 x.

Newton, Wm., young monk of Whitby, 47–9, 238 ("this young man").

-, Wm., archd of Norfolk, late receiver of Norwich bpric., 79 iii., 97.

Nice, 538, 670 (p 271), 688, 887 (p. 369), 1069 (p. 450).

Nice, Council of, 585.

Nicholas I., pope (9th century), 34.

Nicholas the astronomer, 860.

Nicolo, Marco de, 534.

Nicols, Rob., clk., g. 1015 (40).

Nieuport (Neufport), in Flanders, letter dated at, 574.

Nimeguen, in Gueldres, burgomaster of, 429.

Nix, Ric. See Norwich, bp. of.

Nocton (Noton) Park, mon. of, Linc., 1238.

Node, George, shoemaker, 869.

Noneapulton. See Nun Appleton.

Noneborneholme. See Nun Burnholm.

Nonemonketon. See Nun Monkton.

Nonneburneham. See Nun Burnholm.

Nonnekeling. See Nun Keeling.

Non-residence, Act against, 1087 (47).

Norbury, John, 879 (4).

Nordlingen (Norlingen), in Germany, 860.

Norenberg. See Nurenberg.

Norfolk, 816, 1008, 1238.

Norfolk wool, 247.

-, archdeacon of. See Newton, Wm.

Norfolk, Thomas Howard, duke of, High Treasurer, Earl Marshal, and Lord High Steward of England, 26, 33, 79, 149 (2), 235 (p. 84), 243 (5), 258, 282, 337, 351 (p. 132), 364 (pp. 139, 140 bis, 142), 410 (p. 166), 462, 494, 536, 575 (p. 228), 599, 601 (p. 244), 636, 688, 699 (pp. 293, 295), 715, 759, 782, 793, 797, 816, 834, 843, 848, 864, 876, 888, 895, 897, 908 (p. 377), 935, 1021, 1030, 1032, 1036 (pp. 429–30), 1069 (p. 452), 1077 (p. 456), 1078, 1099, 1146, 1168, 1212, 1236:—g. 777 (10, 14), 1015 (2, 4), 1256 (53).

-, -, letter from, 599.

-, -, letters to, 888 (3), 895, 935, 1078.

-, -, memorandum in his handwriting, 1236.

-, -, his eldest son. See Surrey, earl of.

-, -, his treasurer. See Rowse, —.

-, -, his clerk, 816.

-, -, his lands in Ireland, 897, 1030, 1032.

Norice, Mary, 1187 (2 ii.).

Norlingen. See Nordlingen.

Normandy and the Normans, 508.

-, natives of, g. 226 (9), 1015 (1).

Normanton South, Derb., g. 392 (49). See Notes and Errata.

Norris or Norres, Henry, esquire for the Body ("sommelier de corps"), chief of the Privy Chamber, chamberlain of North Wales, &c. (beheaded 17 May 1536), 332, 337, 364 (p. 138 bis), 424, 474, 558, 635, 708, 738, 782, 784–5, 791, 793–4, 797–9, 804, 837, 842, 848, 854–5, 868–9, 871, 873, 876 (7, 8), 878 –9, 891 (2), 893, 908, (pp. 377–8), 909, 911, 918–20, 952, 973 ("valet"), 986, 994, 1036, 1044, 1087 (34), 1107, 1122, 1193, 1205, 1240:—g. 597 (27), 1015 (38), 1256 (18, 30).

-, -, letter from, 332.

-, -, his son, 893.

Norris (Norres), John, gentleman usher, 869: —g. 392 (11), 1256 (30).

-, Thos., 68.

-, Sir Wm., g. 1256 (30).

-, Wm., g. 1256 (30).

Norroy or Norrey, king of Arms. See Hawley, Thos. (June 1534—May 1536).

Norryhell or Norriheill. See Northhill.

North of England, custom in the, 1049.

North (Northe), Edw., clerk of Parliament, 598, 1087 (22), 1231:—g. 1015 (4).

-, -, his clerks, 598.

-, Ric., g. 226 (25).

Northampton, letters dated at, 916–17.

-, St. James abbey, 916–17, 1166, 1238.

-, -, abbot of, 916–17.

-, nuns near, 1238.

Northamptonshire, 572, 857, 1008.

-, monasteries in, 1238.

Northhill (Norryhell) college, Beds, 1040.

Northlands park, Kent, 878.

Northleigh park, Kent, 878.

Northumberland, 271, 509, 721 (6), 1260, 1274:—g. 597 (25).

-, sheriffs, &c. of, 1260:—g. 1015 (13).

Northumberland, Henry Percy, 18th earl of, warden of the East and Middle Marches, 77–8, 150, 243 (10 20), 246 (12–13), 364 (pp. 139, 141 quater, 142), 459–60, 509, 715, 782, 784, 864, 876, 878 ii., 919, 1154, 1231, 1249, 1257 vi., 1274:—g. 777 (10, 14), 1015 (13).

-, -, letters from, 77–8, 150, 509, 864.

-, -, letter to, 1154.

-, -, his marriage with Anne Boleyn, 782, 784, 864.

Northumberland, countess of, d. of the earl of Shrewsbury, 459–60.

Norton, 1257.

Norton abbey, Chesh., 364 (p. 141), 878 (p. 365), 942, 1238.

-, abbot of, 942.

Norton Dawney, Devon, g. 392 (40).

Norton, John, 1257:—g. 777 (14).

Norway, 24 (p. 7).

Norwich, 97, 173, 220, 248, 250, 1257 ii.:— g. 775 (20).

-, letters dated at, 79, 191, 1206.

-, cathedral priory of Holy Trinity, 364 (p. 143):—g. 1015 (22).

-, -, prior of, 97.

-, -, Wm. prior of, 1206:—g. 775 (20), 1015 (22).

-, -, -, letter from, 1206.

-, Bishop's Gates, 250.

-, Carowe priory, by, 1238.

-, Gameplace alias Lollerspyt, 250.

-, Magdalynhyll fair, 250.

-, Grene Yard, 248.

Norwich, bpric. of, 220, 243 (17), 250, 364 (2), 595, 699 (p. 295), 957, 975, 1096: —g. 597 (5, 7), 1256 (12, 16, 26).

-, -, chancellor of, 191.

Norwich, Ric. Nixe, or Nyk, bp. of, deceased, 75, 79, 97, 191, 220 (late lord and master), 236, 250, 1257 ii.:—g. 597 (5, 7), 1015 (22), 1256 (12, 26).

Norwich, bp. of. See Repps, Wm.

Norys. See Norris.

Notley or Noctele abbey, Bucks, abbot of, 20, 95.

Notley Alba, Essex, g. 1015 (29).

Notte, John, 139.

Nottingham, 394, 413, 655, 1234.

Nottingham, archdeaconry of, 394.

-, archdeacon of. See Marshall, Cuthb.

Nottinghamshire or Notts, 547, 1238.

Novarra (Novaria), marquisate of, 906.

Novatus, Hieronymus, letters from, 42–4.

Nucerinus, G. Covrinus, 458 (p. 188 n.).

Nugent, Sir Chr., son of Richard, 1048.

-, Richard, baron of Delvyn (q. v.).

Nun Appleton (Noneapulton) nunnery, Yorks, 364 (p 141), 1238.

Nun Burnholme (Nonneburneham) nunnery, Yorks, 364 (p. 139), 1238.

Nuncio (where?), 1254 (p. 525).

Nun Cotton, Linc., mon. of, 1238, 1258.

Nun Keeling (Nonnekeling) nunnery, Yorks, 364 (p. 139), 1238.

Nun Monkton (Nonemonketon) nunnery, archd. of Richmond, 364 (p. 141), 1152, 1238.

Nun Ormsby, Linc., mon. of, 1238.

Nunthorpe or Basedale (Dasedale), Yorks nunnery of, 364 (p. 139), 1238.

Nuremberg (Norenberg), 289–90, 305, 351 (p. 134), 458 (pp. 184, 186), 530, 730, 769, 954.

-, letter dated at, 314.

-, letter to the consuls, &c., 530.

Nursling, manor of, 1091.

Nuyllay bridge, near Calais, 631.

Nycols, —, Cranmer's chaplain, 412, 673 ("his associate").

Nyels, Mons., 401.

O.

Obley, letter dated at, 200.

O'Brien (O'Bren, a'Breen), Conochor, the Great O'Brien, 515, 743, 937 (2), 1029, 1032, 1052, 1082, 1194.

O'Brien, Donough, eldest son of Conochor, 1052.

-, Morough, brother of Conochor, 1052.

-, Morough, captain of Arra (McA Brien, Arra), 1052.

O'Briens (O'Brenes, Brenis) family, 527, 757.

O'Brien's bridge (Brenes bridge), in Ireland, 15, 196, 1048.

Observant Friars, 40, 141 (p. 50), 273 (p. 100), 284 (p. 105), 975.

-, -, general of, 273 (p. 100).

O'Byrne, Thady, 156, 1048, 1210.

O'Carrol (O'Karrell), —, 1048.

Occhonour. See O'Connor.

O'Connor (O'Konnore), —, 515, 1048–9, 1194.

O'Connor (Occhonour), Brian, of Offaly, 140.

O'Connor of Kerry (Okon Kery), 1048, 1052.

Octuiton, 427 (qu. Huntingdon? q. v.).

Ode. See Wood.

Odinburgh. See Oldenburg.

Odingberg, Gert von, 1116.

O'Donell (O'Downyll, Odonaill), Odo or Hugh, chief of Tyrconnel, 196, 1013.

O'Donell (O'Downyll), Manus, 15, 196, 1013.

-, -, his son, 15.

O'Dowyn, —, 515.

O'Dwyer (O'Dwyre), —, 1048.

Œcolampadius, John, Reformer, 586 (p. 231).

Offeley, John, 618.

Ogle, Humph., canon of Hereford, 1257 viii.

-, Wm., parson of Credenhill, 1257 viii.

Oglethorpe, Owen, president of Magdalen College, Oxford (1536), 109.

O'Karrell. See O'Carrol.

O'Kelly, —, 1048.

Oker, Mr., 857.

Okon Kerry. See O'Connor of Kerry.

Okonnore. See O'Connor.

Oldechurche More. See More.

Oldemaleton. See Malton, Old.

Oldenburg (Odinburgh), Chr. count of, "the Count," 24 (pp. 7, 9), 303 (pp. 113 –14), 304 ii., 343, 686, 1116.

Oldendorp, Dr., 885.

Olderkirk (Owderchurch), near Calais, 710:— g. 392 (21).

Old Hithe, near Walton, 788.

Old Ross. See Ross, Old.

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

Oliver, —, a sea captain of Boulogne, 1145.

Ollyfte, John, 560.

Olney, John, 1259.

Olton. See Oulton.

O'Madden, —, 1048.

O'Melaghglyn. See O'Mulloughlin.

O'Molmoye, —, 515.

O'More, Conell (or the O'More), 515, 1048–9, 1194.

O'Mulloughlin (O'Melaghglyn), —, 1048.

O'Murho, —, 1210.

O'Neill, Conan, 1143, 1194–6.

-, Neill More (Nelan Magnus), 15, 802 822.

-, Phelim Ruffus, 802.

Onley, John, 383, 1087 (11).

O'Rayley. See O'Reilly.

Orbais abbey, in Champagne, 1077.

Ordnance, the, 75, 396, 807, 1231:—g. 775 (12).

-, master of. See Skeffington, Sir Wm.: also Mores, Sir Chr. (1536).

-, mastership of, 115.

O'Reilly (O'Rayley), —, Irish chief, 15.

Orford, Suff., 97.

Orgar, John, 194.

Orleans, 85, 458 (p. 186).

Orleans (Orlyance), Henry duke of, second son of Francis I., 368 ii., 670 (p. 273), 684, 687, 689, 714, 796, 814 (p. 344 "Aureliensis"), 887 (p. 369), 906, 1069 (p. 446), 1227.

-, -, his wife. See Medici, Kath. de.

Ormeston, Robt., 598.

Ormsby, Nun, Linc., mon. of, 1238.

Orphans of London, 254.

Orsini (Ursinus), Hieronymo, 814.

Ortiz, Dr. Pedro, letters from, 10, 11, 43, 72, 82, 169, 212, 232, 427, 528, 698, 947, 1043, 1122, 1213.

-, -, letter to, 60.

Osborne, John, Fitzwilliam's servant, 994–5.

-, John, g. 1256 (48).

Oseney (Osney), Oxon, 878 ii.

Osiander, Andrew, 266, 280, 289, 447.

Ossory, Piers Butler earl of, 15, 155, 196, 397, 515, 757, 897, 937–8, 1030, 1032, 1048, 1052, 1112, 1168, 1196, 1236.

-, -, letters from, 196, 397.

-, -, signature of, 15, 938.

Oswestry, Salop, 204, 453.

Oterbowrn. See Otterburne.

Otford, Kent, 458 (p. 187).

O'Thole, —, 1210.

Otley, Yorks, 86.

Ottenges (qu. Andinghen), near Ardres, 401.

Otterburne, Sir Adam, of Reidhall, Scotch ambassador, 421, 483, 536, 601 (p. 243), 699 (p. 295), 728, 809, 863, 908 (p. 379), 928, 1111.

Oulton (Olton), Suff., 1257 ii.

Oulveston. See Ouston.

Ouston or Osulveston (Wolneston, Olveston, Oulveston) abbey, Leic., 1166, 1191, 1238.

-, abbot of, 1191.

Over Elvell. See Elvell.

Over Mytton. See Mitton Over.

Overton Burton, Berks, g. 226 (25).

Ovingham, Nthumb., mon. cell of Hexham, 1238 (p. 516).

Ovington, Essex, g. 392 (31).

Owderchurch. See Olderkirk.

Owen [ap Gytton], David ap, 258 (2).

-, David, monk of Conway, 805.

-, (Owyn), John, 396, 756.

-, Robt., 396, 756.

-, Wm., 61.

Oxford, 804 (p. 340), 903, 1171, 1253 n.

-, letters dated at, 109, 121, 555, 647, 867, 903.

-, mayor of, 1171. See also Freurs, Wm.

Oxford University, 165, 192, 243 (14), 246 (11), 387, 594, 647.

-, stewardship of, 804, 850, 878 ii., 891.

-, letter to, 520.

-, commissary of, 647, 804 (p. 340).

-, All Souls College, 555, 712.

-, -, letter from, 555.

-, -, warden of. See Woodward, Robt.

-, Corpus Christi College, 243 (25).

-, -, president of. See Claymond, John.

-, Henry VIII.'s College, (Cardinal's College, now Christchurch), 121:— g. 392 (41).

-, Magdalen College, letter from, 109.

-, -, president of. See Knolles, Thos. (resigned Feb. 1535–6): also Oglethorpe, Owen (1536).

-, New College, 1269.

-, -, master of, 1269.

Oxford, John, 13th earl of (died 1513), g. 775 (13).

Oxford, John de Vere earl of, chamberlain of England, 94, 231, 715, 782, 792, 834, 848, 876, 896, 903, 1087 (30):—g. 1015 (4).

Oxford, Eliz. countess of, widow of the 13th earl, g. 775 (13).

Oxford, Eliz. countess of ("the young countess," wife of the 15th earl, daughter of Sir Edw. Trussel), 284.

Oxford, Anne countess dowager of, (widow of the 14th earl), half sister of the duke of Norfolk, 364 (p. 138), 385, 462.

-, -, letter from, 385.

Oxfordshire, monasteries in, 1238.

Oxhill (Oxshulf), Warw., 14.

-, curate of. See Burley, Thos.

Oxshulf. See Oxhill.

Oxston, Wm., at, g. 597 (16).

Oye (See also Mark and Oye), near Calais, 525, 1208.

-, searcher of. See Husee, John.

-, searchership, 931.

-, deputy searcher, Kennynges, Geo.

Oystre, Yorks, g. 777 (3).



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