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'Index: S', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 10: January-June 1536 (1887), pp. 619-628. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75456 Date accessed: 16 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Sa, Michael de la (Dr. Mychell), physician to Katharine of Arragon, 28, 40, 59 (p. 21), 60, 141 (pp. 50–2), 142, 199 (p. 70), 307 (p. 117), 429, 720, 1187 (2).

-, -, his wife, Mrs. Mary, 40.

Sabyn, Rob., prior of Sibton, Suff., 1247.

Sacheverell(Saucheverell), Sir Hen., 857.

-, Sir Ric., bis sister, 1191 (p. 497).

Sackville (Sakevyle), Ric., sig., 722.

Sacraments, 241, 585–6.

Sadler (Sadeler), Ralph, Cromwell's clerk, afterwards Secretary of State, 40 ii., 76, 313, 351 n., 464, 499, 726 (3 n.), 804, 834, 850, 870:—g. 597 (26), 1015 (37).

-, -, letter from, 76.

Sadler (Sadeler), —, lands of, 1091.

Sae, John, prior of Ingham, 364 (p. 143).

Saffam Bulbek. See Swaffham Bulbeck.

Sagbury, 1257 x.

Sage Hall, 878 iii.

Saham, Norf., 461.

Saints, adoration of, 282 (p. 103), 528.

St. Agatha's. See under Richmond.

St. Albans abbey, Herts, 642, 878, 1238.

-, letter dated at, 152.

-, abbot of, 1257.

-, Robert Catton, abbot of, 152, 642.

-, -, letter from, 152.

-, chamberer of. See Stevynache, Ric.

St. Asaph's cathedral, dean and chapter of, g. 226 (4), 1015 (36).

St. Asaph's, bp. of. See Barlow, Wm., Jan.—April 1536: Standish, Hen. (1518–35), Warton, Robt. (elected 8 June 1536).

St. Asaph's' bpric. of, 36, 283 n., 983, 1124, 1190:—g. 226 (4, 18), 392 (45), 1015 (36), 1256 (47).

St. Aubyn (Seyntaubyn), Thos., 69:—g. 1015 (3).

-, -, letter from, 69.

-, -, his wife, 69.

St. Bee's (St. Bege) priory, Cumb., 364 (p. 140), 1238 (Yorks).

St. Benet's. See Hulme, St. Benet's.

St. Briavel's, Glouc., 704.

St. Cornelius, g. 226 (29).

St. Cyriol (Siriolis), mon. of, in bpric. of Bangor, 1238.

St. David's, 603.

-, cathedral of, 431 v.:—g. 597 (53).

St. David's (St. Davyes), bpric. and diocese of, 19, 355, 378, 481, 556, 579, 746, 1124: —g. 597 (53), 775 (27), 777 (4).

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

St. David's, Ric. Rawlyns, bp. of (died 1536), 19, 75, 225, 355, 431, 556, 1088:—g. 597 (53), 775 (27).

-, -, inventory of his goods, 431.

St. Davids, bp. of. See Barlow, Wm. (1536).

St. Denis. See under Southampton.

St. George, the abbot of, 420 (p. 170).

St. Gian. See St. Jean.

"St. Gilbert, master of the order of," 1238 (Yorks).

St. Ives, Hunts, mon. of, 1191 (4).

St. Jaliie (Jaille), Didier de, Grandmaster of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, 197–8, 339, 391, 731, 900, 904–5.

-, -, letters from, 197–8, 900, 904–5.

-, -, letter to, 391 ii.

St. James's. See under Northampton.

St. Jean (Gian) de Morian, in Savoy, 437 (p. 178).

St. John of Jerusalem, Order of, 197–8, 339, 497, 586, 731, 900.

-, master of. See St. Jalhe, Didier de.

-, late master. See Pont, Perin del (died 1535).

-, prior of in England. See Weston, Sir Wm.

St. John, Sir Hugh, lord, g. 392 (13).

St. John, Sir John, g. 1015 (2).

- (Seynt John), John, 57, 1257 iv.

-, -, letter from, 57.

-, -, his wife, 57.

- (Seyntjohn), John, serjeant-at-arms, ("Mr. Sergeant,") 749, 765.

-, -, letter from, 749.

St. John's, lord (i.e. prior) of. See Weston, Sir Wm.

St. Leger (Sentleger), Ant., 562.

St. Low (Saynctlo, Seintlo, Seyntloo), Sir John, 625, 757, 834, 1171, 1223–4.

-, Wm., 1168.

St. Margaret's, Bucks, mon. of, 1238.

St. Martin's, sanctuary, 204.

St. Mary's point, 937 (2).

St. Olave's. See under Herringfleet.

St. Omer, 356, 401, 525, 965, 1172:—g. 597 (34).

-, letters dated at, 58, 569, 616.

-, executioner of, 965.

St. Oswald's priory, Yorks, 227, 364 (p. 138 bis), 523, 716–17, 1191 (p. 497).

-, prior of, 227, 523.

St. Peter, primacy of, 64.

St. Peter and St. Paul, mon. of, Linc., 1238.

St. Peter's, near Calais, q.v.

St. Pol, comte de, 932.

St. Quintin, Herbert, 998.

St. Radegund's, Kent, mon. of, 1238.

St. Sebastian, in Spain, 1078.

- letter dated at, 208.

St. Theobald's. See Musgrave.

St. Thomas. See Stafford.

St. Thomas, in Flanders, 1120.

-, letter dated at, 1139.

St. Wolstan's in Ireland, prior and convent of, letter from, 1211.

Saints, Adoration of, 831.

Sakevyle. See Sackville.

Sakforde, Thos., 79 iii.

Salcot, John. See Capon, John.

Salebury, Lanc., 1257 x.

Saleford, Dan Robert, of Woburn abbey, 1239.

Salerno, prince of, 1042.

Salesbury, Rob., 1243.

Salisbury (Sarum) or New Sarum, 510, 623, 986, 1257 vii.

-, -, letter dated at, 153.

- cathedral, dean of. See Pace, Ric.

-, -, lands of, 153.

-, -, canons resident of, letter from, 153.

-, -, precentorship or chantership of, 835, 1062.

-, St. Edmond's church, 623.

-, bailly of, 623 ii.

-, mayor of, 623 ii.

Salisbury, bpric. of, 1077.

Salisbury, bp. of. See Shaxton, Nic.

Salisbury, Margaret Plantagenet countess of, 380, 1165, 1193, 1212.

Salisbury's lands, g. 597 (32).

Salisbury, —, Gardiner's servant, 598, 873.

-, John, prior of Horsham, St. Faiths, suffragan bp. of Thetford (1536), g. 597 (5).

-, John, captain in Ireland, 298.

-, John, brother of Sir Roger, 778, 834.

-, -, letter from, 778.

-, Piers, 1243 n.

-, Robert, abbot of Valle Crucis (deprived 1535), 902 n.

-, Sir Roger, 778.

-, Thos., brother of Sir Roger, 778.

Sallanches, in Savoy, 458 (2).

Salley. See Sawley.

Salmon, 67–8.

Salmona, prince of, 1042.

Salop. See Shropshire: also Shrewsbury.

Saltlandis, Kent, g. 1015 (37).

Saltmarch, Glouc., 306.

Saluzzo (Saluste), marquisate of, 1175.

Saluzzo (Saluche, Salust, Saluce), Francis marquis of, 437, 591, 795 (p. 336), 999, 1004, 1042, 1114, 1142, 1175.

-, -, his brother, 1175.

Salvago, Arrigo de, 924.

-, Jo. Batt. de, of Genon, 924–5.

-, -, letter to, 925.

Salvain (Salvyn), George, 364 (p. 139):—g. 1015 (7).

-, -, Margery his wife, g. 1015 (7).

Salvatore di —, friar imprisoned at Calais, 924–5.

-, -, letters from, 924–5. See also Peretre.

Salviati, John cardinal, 107.

Salzburg, bp. of, 305.

Samborne, Anne, g. 776 (7).

-, Drugo, g. 776 (7).

-, Marg. See Windsor, Sir Wm., his wife.

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

Samell, John, g. 777 (1):

Sampford, John, quondom abbot of Coggeshall, 94, 164.

Sampford Courtenay, Dev., g. 597 (19).

Sampson, Dr. Ric., dean of the Chapel Royal, bp. of Chichester (1536), 7, 34, 328, 420, 619, 753, 818 ("Master Dean"), 975, 1146–7, 1273:—g. 1256 (19).

-, -, book on the supremacy by, 7, 420, 975.

Sampson (Samson), Adam, 538, 766, 1153.

Sanctification, doctrine of, 950.

Sanctuaries (Club Sanctuaries), 258–9.

Sanctuaries, Act concerning, 243 (53), 254 (p. 93), 462 (p. 190).

Sanctuary for murder, 763.

Sandes (Sandys, Sands), Wm. lord, chamberlain of the Household, lieutenant of Guisnes, 32, 715, 782, 792, 834, 848, 876 (6), 958, 1064, 1087 (18), 1257 iii.: —g. 1015 (23).

-, -, letters from, 32, 1064.

Sandes, —, Norris' servant, 986.

-, John, 1222:—g. 597 (12).

-, Ric., 1187 (2 ii., 3).

Sandeshosch bridge, near Calais, 569, 616.

Sandford, John, signature of, 194.

Sandon cum Luffenall, Herts, 328.

Sandro, Bernardin, letters from, 479, 945.

Sands. See Sandes.

Sandwich, Kent, 748, 827.

-, letter from the town, 827.

Santa Cruz, card of, 947.

Sanyngthwayte. See Sinningthwayte.

Saone (Soone), the river, 375.

Saragossa, in Spain, 308.

Sarmento, Luis, Imperial ambassador in Portugal, letter to, 322.

Sarysbury, John, prior of Horsham St. Faiths, 173.

Saucheverell. See Sacheverell.

Saunder or Saunders, Ant., curate of Winchcombe, 1099.

Saunders, Will., 1205.

Sautry abbey. See Sawtree.

Savage, Eliz., widow of Sir John S. and of Wm. Brereton, 878 (p. 365):—g. 1256 (52).

-, George, prb. of Beckingham in Southwell, 841.

-, Sir John, 878 (p. 365), g. 1256 (52).

-, -, his widow. See Savage, Eliz.

-, John, s. & h. of Sir John, 878 (p. 365).

-, Remund, 1001.

-, Ric., sen., 878 (p. 365).

-, Thos., abp. of York (1501–7), 86 iii.

-, Thos., g. 1015 (14).

Savell (Sayvell), Sir Henry, letter to, 174.

-, John, 174.

Saveuses, Jenne de. See Riou, madame de.

Savigliano (Savillan), in Piedmont, letters dated at, 1227–8.

Savoy, duchy of, 221, 273 (p. 100), 374, 437 (p. 178), 446, 451, 458 (2), 479, 534, 575 (p. 227), 591, 659, 670 (p. 271–2), 688–9 (p. 282), 699 (p. 291), 725, 759–60, 795, 932, 1160, 1174.

Savoy, Charles III. duke of, 107, 119, 177, 221, 273 (p. 100), 333, 352, 368, 398, 437 (pp. 177–8, see Errata), 446, 458 (pp. 186, 188), 479, 494 (p. 200), 538, 575 (pp. 224, 227), 580, 592–3, 652, 659, 670 (p. 272), 684, 688–9, (p. 284), 699 (pp. 288–9, 291), 759, 795 (p. 336), 860, 887 (p. 369), 1004, 1069 (p. 448–51), 1161, 1227.

-, -, Swiss challenge to, 119.

-, -, his children, 670 (p. 272).

Savoy, Beatrix duchess of, sister of the Empress, 333, 479, 575, 592, 670 (p. 272).

Savoy, Louis of, Prince of Piedmont, eldest son of Charles III. (died 25 Dec. 1535 ?), 333.

Savoy, the. See under London.

Sawley (Psalley, Salley) abbey, Yorks, 364 (p. 141), 1238.

Sawtree (Sawtry, Sautry) abbey, Hunts, 103, 284 (p. 105), 1191 (4), 1238 (p. 516).

-, abbot of (Dan William Angell), 284 (p. 105), 1191 (4).

-, late abbot of (Henry Clopton), 1191 (4).

Saxony, 847.

-, -, prefect or landvogt of. See Metschen, Hans.

-, vice-chancellor of. See Burchardus, Fras.

Saxony (Saxe), John Frederic electorduke of (Ernestian line), 24, 63, 81, 108, 180, 235 (p. 84), 256, 303, 343, 457, 458 (p. 188), 730, 770–1, 860, 954, 1003, 1035 ("the Prince").

-, -, letters from, 63, 770.

-, -, letters to, 81, 180.

-, -, his ambassadors to the diet at Smalcald, 24.

Saxony, duke George of (Albertinian line), 458 (p. 188 "duke Frederic" qu. duke George?).

Saynctlo. See St. Low.

Sayvell. See Savell.

Scaffhusse. See Schaffhausen.

Scale, John, 77 ii.

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

Scalinghe (Scalengo), Mons. di, 403, 534.

Scara (Scaren), in Sweden, John, bp. of, 24 (p. 8).

Scarlett (Scrarlet), Edw., 680–1.

Scaynefeld. See Stainfield.

Scepuse, John Zapolsky count, waywode (Vayvoda) of Transylvania, claimant of the crown of Hungary (called King John of Hungary), 70, 264, 398, 534, 620, 683, 714, 947, 961.

-, -, his ambassadors to Rome, 620, 714.

Schaffhausen (Shaffhowse, Scaffhusse), in Switzerland, 458 (p. 186), 847.

Schelbred. See Shulbred.

Schnepfius, Erhard, letter to, 677.

Schoolmasters, 1092.

Schuldam. See Shouldham.

Schurffius, Augustine, letter to, 379.

Schyngay. See Shingay.

Sciena (qu. Sienna?), 534.

Scolay, John, clk., g. 1256 (22.)

Scoley alias Colynson, John, g. 392 (46).

Scotchman, a, 954.

Scotchman at Calais, 710.

Scotch rebels, 160–1.

Scote, Thos., 318.

Scotland and the Scots, 115, 427, 450, 536, 605, 670 (p. 268), 716, 809–10, 863, 954, 993, 1124, 1154, 1231, 1260:— App. 4.:—g. 226 (23), 1256 (50).

-, council of, 287, 482, 728, 740, 928.

-, -, letter to, 287.

-, English ambassadors sent to, 141 (53).

-, papal nuncio in, 1183.

-, Parliament of, 758.

-, Marches of ("the Borders,") 160–1, 286, 482, 716, 1260.

-, East Marches, Scotch warden of, 1154.

-, West Marches, English warden of. See Cumberland, Hen. earl of.

-, -, Scotch warden. See Maxwell Robt. lord.

-, Lord Treasurer of. See Aberdeen, bp. of.

Scots in Ireland, 822.

Scott, John, of Grablesham, 1257 ii.

-, Thos., 1154.

Scottish priests, 364 (p. 142).

Scotton, Yorks, g. 1015 (9).

Scrarlet. See Scarlett.

Scrivener. See Skryven.

Scroby, Notts., 86 ii., vi.

Scrope, John lord, of Bolton, 364 (p. 142), 1231:—g. 775 (17), 777 (10, 14).

Scryven. See Skryven.

Scudamore (Skydmore), John, receiver of the bpric. of Hereford, 22, 268.

Sculcoates (Sutcotes), Yorks, g. 1015 (7).

Scunage, 246 (17).

Scutte. See Skutte.

Seaton (Seton) nunnery, Cumb., 364 (p. 140), 1238 (here placed under archd. of Richmond).

Sebald, Dr., 289.

Secheper, —, 869.

Secretary, Mr. See Cromwell, Thomas.

Seeton, Mr., 51.

Seignory, Davy, 553.

Seintlo. See St. Low.

Selby abbey, Yorks, 364 (p. 141).

Sele, Ric., 711.

Seller, Thos., 416, 559, 608, 1165, 1193.

Selyard. See Sulyard.

Semaz, Marianus, g. 597 (29).

Semel, Mrs. See Seymour, Jane.

Semer. See Seymour.

Semtin or Semoin, Jehan. See Smith, John.

Sendy, Will., 1193.

Sente. See Saint (St.).

Sentleger. See St. Leger.

Sergeant, Mr. See St. John, John, serjeantat-arms.

Sersfelde, John, 1104.

Servants who rob their masters, 243 (51).

Sesforth. See Cessford.

Sessa, dukedom of, in Italy, 368 (p. 14 6) 442.

Seton. See Seaton.

Settrington, Yorks, 553.

Settwell. See Sottwell.

Seuisley. See Sewesley.

Sevacre, Hen., g. 392 (5).

Seville (Civile), in Spain, 368 (p. 146), 442, 670 (p. 273), 937 (2? "Syves").

Sewesley (Sewley, Seuisley), priory, Ntht., 916–17, 1238.

Sexten, —, the King's fool, 181.

Sexton (Sextoun), Edm., sewer of the Chamber, mayor of Limerick, 929 iii., 1050, 1052.

- (Sexston, Sextyn), Ric., vintner of Calais, keeper of Guisnes Forest, 518, 1076:—g. 1015 (19).

-, -, letter from, 518.

Seydney. See Sidney.

Seymour, Sir Edward, viscount Beauchamp (1536), brother of queen Jane, 495 (p. 201), 601 (p. 245), 668, 699 (p. 291), 703, 871 (bis), 901, 926, 963, 1017, 1058, 1061, 1069 (pp. 450, 452), 1074–5, 1080, 1087 (8, 9), 1171, 1193, 1208, 1263:—g. 1256 (4–6).

-, -, supposed to have been appointed Lord Privy Seal, 1208.

-, -, his wife Anne, 601 (p. 245), 1080, 1087 (9):—g. 1256 (5.)

Seymour, Jane (Mistress Semel), third queen of Henry VIII., daughter of Sir John Seymour, 282 (p. 103), 495 (p. 201), 601 (p. 245), 699 (p. 291), 752, 871, 901, 908 (pp. 377–9), 915, 965, 993, 1000, 1016 n., 1022, 1036 (p. 431), 1043, 1047, 1069 (pp. 445, 447, 450, 452), 1074–5, 1083, 1087 (20a, 27), 1093, 1108–9, 1115, 1132–4 1138, 1147, 1161, 1165, 1179, 1193, 1203–5, 1209, 1212–13, 1219, 1227 1263.

-, -, letter to, 1204.

-, -, description of, 901.

-, -, jointure of, 1087 (27).

-, -, a relation of, 908 (p. 379).

-, -, her coronation, 1193.

Seymour, Sir John, father of queen Jane, 993, 1257 iii.

- (Semer), Hen., 869.

-, Robt., 1047.

Seynt. See Saint.

Shaffhowse. See Schaffhausen.

Shaftesbury, 1242.

Shakelady, Marg., 364 (p. 141).

Shapp abbey, Westm., 364 (p. 140), 1238.

Sharparowe, Robt., 1171.

Sharpe, —, pinner, 772, 914.

-, Robt., 1171.

Sharwen, Thos., clk., g. 776 (4).

Shaxton, Nic., S.T.P., bp. of Salisbury Queen's almoner, 75, 462, 835, 878 ii., 912, 942, 986, 1062, 1140, 1257 ix.:— g. 597 (47), 1015 (5).

-, -, letter from, 835, 942, 986, 1062.

-, -, his brother, 986.

Sheepshead (Shippyfed), Leic., 1191.

- Dixley Grange and Oxley Pasture in, 1191.

Sheldon, Ph., 1259.

Shelford, Notts., 868, 878 ii.

Shelford priory, Notts., 364 (p. 138), 547, 1238 (p. 516).

Shelley, Mr., 1078.

-, Eliz., abbess of St. Mary's, Winchester, 1148–9:—g. 1256 (6).

-, John, sig. 722.

-, Sir Wm., justice of C.P., 722, 848, 876.

-, -, signature of, 722.

Shelton, Nort. (?), 1257 ii.

Shelton (Chelton), lady Anne, wife of Sir John, aunt of Anne Boleyn, gouvernante of the princess Mary, 141, 199, 282 (p. 103), 307, 908 (p. 379).

-, -, letter to, 307 ii.

-, -, her daughters and niece, 282 (p. 103).

Shelton, Sir John, 97.

-, Mrs., 793 (p. 335 ? "Skelton").

-, Will., 1257.

Shene Charterhouse, 22.

-, Hen. Man, prior of, 22, 1259.

Shenyfelde, 1091.

Shepard, —, 1138.

Shepfeld, Leic., 878 (p. 365).

Shepparde (Shepart), Simon, clk., g. 226 (5), 777 (2).

Sheppey, island of, Kent, 176 ii., 562.

-, -, nunnery of Minster or Syxborough in. See Minster.

Shepshede, Dan Ric., 475.

Sherborne (Shurburne), Glouc., 564.

Sherborne, Dors., 1242.

Sherbourn, house of, Durham, 288.

Sherburn (Shirborne), Yorks, 86.

Sherburn (Shurborn), Robt., bp. of Chichester (resigned 1536), 75, 818, 1087 (6), 1146–7 ("Master"), 1231: —g. 1256 (19).

-, -, goods of, 1231.

Sheriff Hutton (Sherefhoton), Yorks, 380:— g. 597 (1).

Sheriffs, 254.

Sheriffs manor, Essex, g. 1015 (29).

Sherle, Thos., Bonner's servant, 313, 1257 ii.

-, -, letter to, 313.

Sherston, Wilts, 1080:—g. 1256 (5).

Shetford, Robt., clerk of works at Calais, 471.

Shillinghope, Linc., 1008.

Shingay (Schyngay), Camb., commandry of St. John at, 731, 882.

Shiningfield, Berks, 1257 v.

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

Shipman, John, letter from, 61.

Shippyfed. See Sheepshead.

Ships, named:—
-, Anne, of Calais, 560.
-, Anne, of Colchester, 560.
-, Barke, 1231.
-, Bucentaur, of Venice, 909 (p. 381).
-, Erasmus, of Harwich, 560.
-, Francys, 762.
-, Gregory, of Harwich, 560.
-, Gret Galye, 1231.
-, Henry Grace a Dew, 1231.
-, Katharine, of Calais, 560.
-, Katharine Galye, 1231.
-, Lion, 1231.
-, Mary Rose, 1231.
-, Mary and John, of London, 560.
-, The Minion (Menyone), 240, 353, 1231.
-, Peter Powngarnerd, 1231.
-, The Sweepstake, 376–7, 1231.
-, Trinity, of Erith, 538.

Ships (not named), 148, 240, 317, 365, 442, 538, 557, 561, 574, 581, 686, 748, 813, 822, 937, 982, 1116, 1145, 1214, 1230: —App. 4.

-, French galleys, 688, 699 (p. 295), 759, 1212.

-, French men of war, 1214.

-, detained at Bordeaux, 16, 25, 199 (p. 70), 235, 282 (p. 103), 410.

-, taken by the Danes, 303–4, 399, 601 (p. 244).

-, Flemish, 410 (p. 167), 1145, 1214.

-, Scotch, 641, 954.

-, certain hoys, 692, 781, 813, 846.

-, Venetian, 699 (p. 295).

-, Portuguese, 937 (2).

-, French fishing boats, 1078.

-, Turkish, 900.

-, a galeasse of Boulogne, 982.

-, Spanish, 1078.

Shipton Langley, Oxon, 870: — g. 1256 (18).

Shipton under Whichwood (Mr. Lupset's prebend), Oxon, 835.

Shirborne. See Sherburn.

Shitlington, Beds, g. 226 (21).

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

Shoreham, Suss., 816.

Shotwick, Chesh., 870, 878 ii., 879 (6).

Shouldham (Shuldham, Schuldam, Sholdham), Norf., nunnery of, 364 (p. 143), 385, 563, 1238 (p. 516).

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

Shrewsbury (Salop), 258–9, 820, 1063.

-, bailiffs of, 820.

-, abbey, abbot of, 165, 259.

-, -, -, articles against, 165.

-, -, prior of, 259.

-, gaol of, 820.

Shrewsbury, George Talbot earl of, Lord Steward of the Household, 364 (p. 138), 459–60, 857, 1198, 1249:— g. 392 (7), 777 (10, 14).

-, -, letters from, 459–60, 1198.

Shropshire or Salop, 258, 721 (6), 857, 1008, 1063.

-, sheriff of, 1063.

Shulbred (Schelbred), Suss., mon. of, 1238.

-, Sir Will. Bury, late prior of, 1207.

Shuldham. See Shouldham.

Shulliard. See Sulyard.

Shurborn. See Sherburn.

Shurburne. See Sherborne.

Shustoke (Shewstoke), Warw., 1191 (2).

Shutt, Thos., 364 (p. 141).

Sibton, Suff., abbey of, 1247.

-, abbot of (Will. Flatbury), 97, 1247.

-, prior of (Rob. Sabyn or Bungay), 1247.

Sicily (Cicillia), 284 (p. 106), 368 (p. 146), 508, 688, 946.

Sidbury, Dev., g. 597 (19).

Sidney (Sydney), Eliz., 1187.

-, (Seydney), Sir Wm., g. 1015 (7).

-, -, Agnes, his wife, g. 1015 (7).

Sienna (Sena) and the Siennese, in Italy, 107 (p. 37), 368 (p. 146), 534 (? Sciena), 861.

Sienna (Senensis, Siena), John Piccolomini, abp. of, Cardinal, 70 ("these two Cardinals," i.e. Cesarini and Sienna) 107 (p. 37), 205 ("the Cardinals").

Sigismund, —, 626.

Signet, the, g. 226 (2).

-, clerks of the. See under Henry VIII., officers of.

Silesia, 1035.

Silkok (Sylkokes), Ric., gold drawer, 772, 914.

Silk workers, Italian, 508.

Silsoe, Beds, 226 (21 ? "Smelsho").

Silvester, Robt., prior of Gisburn (1536), 439, 781, 927.

-, -, letter to, 439.

Simondes, Wm., 1171.

Simonetta, James, cardinal, 70.

Singleton (Syngleton), Robt., priest, letters from, 612, 641.

Singlewoode, Ric., g. 597 (44).

Sinks, cleaning of, 674.

Sinningthwayte (Sanyngthwayte, Synnythayte) nunnery, Yorks, 364 (p. 141), 1238.

Sion (Syon, Monte Sion) monastery, Midd., 99, 528, 555, 1242.

-, John, general confessor of, 93, 99, 555.

-, two monks of, 528.

-, Agnes, abbess of, 555.

Sion, Mount, in Savoy, 458 (2).

Siriolis. See St. Cyriol.

Sixhill, Leic., mon. of, 1238.

Skeffington (Skevyngton), Sir Wm., deputy of Ireland, master of the ordnance (died 31 Dec. 1535), 15, 100, 115, 140, 155, 185–6, 196, 199 (p. 70), 298, 396, 1013, 1103–4, 1118, 1143, 1194 (2), 1196, 1224, 1257:— g. 1256 (21).

Skeffington, Dame Anne, or lady, widow of Sir William, 185–6, 298, 317, 1031, 1103–4, 1195–6.

-, -, letters from, 185–6, 317.

-, -, her children, 185–6.

-, -, her petition, 186 (2).

- (Skevynton), Leonard, son of Sir William, 298–9, 1196.

-, Thos. See Bangor, bp. of.

-, Thos., 1103:—g. 1256 (21).

Skekyrke or Tockwith, cell of, in B lton, Yorks, 1238.

Skelton, Mrs., 793 (p. 335 qu Shelton?).

Skelyngton (?), Camb., mon. of, 1238 (p. 516).

Skerne, —, fishmonger, 1100.

-, Augustine, of Lincoln's Inn, 1100, 1193.

-, -, his wife, 1193.

Skevyngton. See Skeffington.

Skinner (Skynner), Walter, 270, 789, 855, 931, 1138.

Skip, Dr. John, Anne Boleyn's almoner, afterwards bishop of Hereford, 615, 910.

-, -, handwriting of, 615.

-, -, sermons by, 615.

Skipton (Skypton) castle, Yorks, letters dated at, 160–1.

Skryven, Mr. (qu. Thos., ?), at Calais, 1208.

-, Mr., chaplain to the bp. of Lincoln, 267.

- (Scryven), Thos., of Calais, 656. [His name is given as Richard Scrivener in Le Neve II., 110, 235.]

Skutt (Scutte), John, tailor, 608, 772, 856, 866, 913–14, 920, 995, 1058–9, 1100, 1165, 1193.

Skydmore. See Scudamore.

Skyn, Fras. van, g. 392 (12).

Skynner. See Skinner.

Slade, Fras., g. 597 (32).

-, Thos., g. 597 (32).

Slander, 897, 1030.

Slebech (Slebiche), Pemb., commandry of St. John's at, 882.

Slimbridge (Slymbrigge), Glouc., g. 597 (17).

Slye, Chr., prior of Carlisle, 364 (p. 140).

Smalcald, in Saxony, diet at (Dec. 1535), 8, 149, 458 (p. 186), 771.

-, -, articles of, 771.

-, -, English envoys to, 149 (3).

Smarden, Kent, 176.

Smelsho (qu. Silsoe ?), Beds, g. 226 (21).

Smetheley, Ric., g. 777 (10).

Smeton, Mark, organist or spinnet player, ("Markes" or "Mark," executed 17 May 1536), 782, 784–5, 793, 797–9, 837–8, 848, 854–5, 873, 876 (7–8), 877, 888 (p. 370), 908 (p. 377 "groom"), 911, 918–20, 947, 956, 965, 973, 1036, 1043–4, 1107.

Smith, —, 461.

-, —, of the Exchequer, 705, 1156.

-, Mr. (either Leonard or John), 963.

-, Mr., of Merton College, Oxford, 950.

-, Cornelius, 914 (p. 384).

-, Gerard, g. 1256 (46).

-, John, Queen Anne's surveyor, brother of Leonard, 295, 1008, 1219.

-, -, letter from, 1219.

- (Smyth), John, lady Lisle's servant, 455 ii., 465 ii., 542–4, 976 (Semtin or Semoin). See also Jausseny.

-, John, 1187 (2):—g. 1256 (33).

-, Leonard, Cromwell's servant, sheriff of Middlesex (1535–6), 116, 488.

-, -, letter from, 116.

-, Ralph, gunner, g. 226 (30).

- (Smythe), Ric., curate of St. Thomas the Apostle, London, 496.

-, Thos., 538, 1257 ii.

-, Wm., prior of Stone, q. v.

-, Wm., 931.

Snaden, Johanna, 364 (p. 140).

Snape, Yorks, letters dated at, 745 (see Errata), 851.

Snappe, John, 1170.

Snauden or Snawdon. See Snowdon.

Snede, John, 1027, 1099.

-, Ric., 331.

Snelshall, Bucks, mon. of, 1238.

Sneshall, Berks (qu. Snelshall, Bucks?), mon. of, 1238.

Snowdon (Snowden, Snauden, Snoddon), Leonard, his appointment as a spear of Calais disputed by Robt. Whethyll, 558, 635, 669, 673 ii. (? "young man"), 919, 963, 994, 1058, 1074, 1101, 1156, 1173.

- (Snawdon), Wm., alderman of Calais, 656, 673 ii. (? "honest man").

Soberton (Subberton), letter dated at, 1148.

-, curate of. See Perpownte, John.

Sockburn (Socborne), D'ham, 1257 xii.

Sofi. See Sophi.

Solicitor-General. See Rich, Ric.: also Whorwood, Wm. (1536).

Solyman II., The Grand Turk, 70, 124, 148, 264, 273 (p. 100), 321, 351 (pp. 132–3), 375 (p. 152), 398, 458 (p. 186), 479, 534, 575 (pp. 226–7), 600, 620, 670 (pp. 268, 270, 272–3), 684, 688–9 (pp. 282, 284), 699 (pp. 289, 292), 725–6, 759, 795–6, 887 (p. 368), 905, 923, 946, 954, 975, 1069 (pp. 445, 449), 1070, 1077 (p. 456), 1130, 1142.

-, -, French ambassador with, 479.

Somer, Thos., stockfishmonger, 1171.

Somersetshire, 702, 929 ii., 966, 1219, 1238, 1274.

-, "business" (riot) in, 702, 929 ii., 966:—g. 1015 (26).

Sommaster, Wm., 52.

Sonden. See Stralsund.

Sonning (Sunyng), Berks, 878 ii.

Sonning, —, parson of Wicklow, 1168.

Soone, the. See Saone.

Sophi (Sofi) or Shah of Persia, the, 124, 264, 600, 901, 946, 1077 (p. 456).

Sotehill (Sottyll), Mr., 174.

Sotten. See Sutton.

Sottwell or Settwell St. John, 1091.

Sottwell Stonore, 1091.

Sottyll. See Sotehill.

Souche. See Zouche.

Soulemont, John de, 101:—g. 226 (10).

Soulmont, Thomas, 523.

Southampton (Hampton), 67, 148, 505, 508 ("Antona"), 557 ("here") 688, 759, 1008.

-, letter dated at, 505.

-, letter from the town, 505.

-, St. Denis priory, 1238.

-, late sheriffs of, 505.

-, weighership of, 878 ii.

South Creke. See Creake South.

South Kent, Essex, 878.

Southoe, Hunts, 878 ii.

Southrey, 1257 ii.

Southwall (Sowthwall), John, g. 1256 (10).

Southwark, 69, 194, 243 (11), 708–9, 1087 (2), 1207.

-, letter dated at, 1138.

-, the Red Lion in, 69, 708–9.

-, duke of Suffolk's place in, 243 (11).

-, St. Margaret's churchyard, 1087 (14).

-, Paris Garden in, 1087 (20a).

Southwell, Notts., 86 ii., v.

-, collegiate church of, 841.

Southwell (Sowthwell), Ric., 79, 97, 173, 191, 236, 436, 507, 563, 1008, 1231, 1257.

-, -, letters from, 79, 173, 191, 507.

-, -, his brother, 507.

-, Sir Robert, 249.

-, Robert, 563.

Southwick (Suthewyke), Hants, letter dated at, 138.

-, prior of, 138 ("my master").

Sowcherland. See Switzerland.

Sowlle, Thos., priest, 693.

Sowthkilworth. See Kilworth South.

Sowthwall. See Southwall.

Spain and the Spaniards, 10, 11, 40, 99, 141 (p. 50), 224, 273 (p. 100), 284 (p. 106), 307 (p. 117), 351 (p. 134), 368 ii., 403, 410 (p. 167), 451, 546, 580, 592, 600 (p. 242), 670 (pp. 272–3), 699 (p. 293), 726, 937, 945, 970, 977 (p 408), 1069, 1130, 1271.

Spalding, Linc., 218.

-, letter dated at, 181.

-, priory of, 218.

-, prior of, 218.

Spanby, Arth., g. 392 (29).

Spanish soldiers (Spaniards, Spagnioli), 221, 580, 600 (p. 242), 637, 652, 670 (p. 272), 861, 906, 961, 1114, 1142, 1175.

Spar, —, 538.

Sparcheford, Ric., archd. of Salop, letter from, 316. See also Spassheforde.

Spassheforde, parson (Ric. Sparcheforde ?), 75.

Speaker, Mr., 1253.

Spellesbury. See Spelsbury.

Spelman (Spylman), —, 270.

-, Francis, 246 (10).

-, Sir John, justice, 848, 876:—g. 777 (10, 14).

Spelsbury (Spellesbury, Spellysbury), Oxon, 870, 1259:—g. 1256 (18).

Spence (Spense), Ralph, 364 (p. 142), 1257 xii.

Spencer (Spenser), Dr. —, 220.

-, Jas., 97.

-, Leonard, 97, 250, 1257 ii.

Spencers (or Spensers) lands, g. 597 (32), 1256 (18).

Spense. See Spence.

Spenser. See Spencer.

Spires, in Germany, 860

Spylman. See Spelman.

Stackpole (Stakpoll), Pembrokesh., g. 226 (28).

Stafford, 178.

-, letter dated at, 741, 749, 765.

-, St. Thomas' priory, 754, 1178, 1238.

Stafford, archd. of. See Heath, Dr. Nic.

Stafford, Henry lord, 741, 749, 765, 886.

-, -, letter from, 741, 749, 765.

-, -, letter to, 886.

-, -, his cousin Jane, 765.

Stafford, lady, 749.

-, Sir Humph., 643, 1008.

-, -, letter from, 643.

-, -, his father, 643.

Staffordshire, 310, 721 (6), 749, 857, 1238.

Stainfield (Scaynefeld), mon. of, Linc., 1238.

Stamford (Stampforth), Linc., 66. See also Newstead.

-, letter dated at, 509.

-, nuns of St. Michael, 1238.

-, St. Leonard's, cell to Durham, 1238 (Durham).

Stampa, count Maximilian, 368 (p. 146).

Stampforth. See Stamford.

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

Standelf, 1091.

Standish, Hen., bp. of. St. Asaph (died 1535), 522, 1088, see Notes:—g. 226 (4), 392 (45).

Standish, Will., 1257.

Stanley abbey, Wilts, 1238:—g. 1256 (6).

-, abbot of. See Morley, Thos.

Stanley priory, Glouc., 567.

Stanley, Warw. See Stoneley.

Stanley, Emota, g. 597 (52).

-, John, clk., 1259.

Stanlowe abbey, Chesh., 364 (p. 141).

Stansted, letters dated at, 94, 231, 362.

Stansted Mountfichet, Essex, Threnchale priory in, 1238.

Stanton (Staunton), Salop, g. 597 (42).

Stanton Bury (Barry), Bucks, 1087 (13).

Stanton (Staunton) Harcourt, Oxon, letters dated at, 178, 613.

Stanton, Long, Camb., g. 392 (46).

Stanton, John, 346.

- (Staunton), John, abbot of Dale Abbey, 364 (p. 138).

Stanwey, Essex, g. 1015 (29).

Stanyngborough, Ric, 1257 ii.

Staple, the. See Calais, Staple of.

Stapleford, Wilts, g. 1256 (6).

Staples, Edward, bishop of Meath (Midensis), 140, 937 (2), 938, 1112, 1196, 1210.

-, -, signature of, 937 (2), 938, 1196, 1210.

Stapleton, Sir Brian, 1249.

Star Chamber, Court of, 792.

Starkey, Thos., the King's chaplain, mentioned, 418.

-, -, letters to, 124, 223, 264, 320–1, 398, 411, 417, 419, 479, 503, 565, 600, 659, 661, 719, 801, 803, 945, 961, 970–1, 974, 1142.

-, -, his book, 600.

Starkey or Starky, —, 871.

-, Agnes, widow, g. 775 (2).

-, Henry, alias Baxter, q. v.

-, Hugh, gentleman usher, g. 1256 (43).

-, John, 852.

Statham, Nic., 871, 1171.

Stauber (Stayber), Sir Laurence, 314, 529.

-, -, letter from, 314.

-, -, letter to, 529.

Staunton (Stawnton), Worc., 1027, 1099.

-, parson of. See Ash, John.

Staunton. See Stanton.

Staveley, Miles, 86.

Staverdell priory, Somers., 390.

Staverton, Ric., letter from, 791.

Stawnton. See Staunton.

Stayber. See Stauber.

Stebonhith. See Stepney.

Steelyard (Stilliarde, Stilliart), the association of merchants, 313, 319, 353.

Stenebeck castle, near Ardres, 1172.

Stenyng. See Steyning.

Stephen, king, 484.

Stephyns, Thos., letter from, 895.

Stepney (Stebonhith), 135, 719, 985, 1074:— g. 777 (11).

-, letter dated at, 761.

-, Miles End Green, g. 777 (11).

Sterlyng, John le, g. 392 (23).

Stevens or Stevyns, Wm., 1201, 1257 ii.

-, -, letter from, 1201.

Stevynnache, Ric., chamberer of St. Albaus, letter from, 642.

Stevyns. See Stevens.

Steward (of the Household), Lord. See Shrewsbury, earl of.

Steward (Stewart), Adrian, 318.

-, Augustine, 97, 1257 ii.

- (Styward, Stewerd, Stuarde), Edw., saddler, 913–14 (p. 384), 929 ii.

-, Dr. Edmund, chancellor of Winchester, 512–13, 723.

-, -, letters from, 512–13.

-, -, letter to, 723.

Steynbach, Dirck, 319.

Steyning (Stenyng), Suss., 816.

Stickton, Hants, g. 1015 (35).

Stilliarde. See Steelyard.

Stirling, in Scotland, 728–9.

-, letters dated at, 27, 578.

Stittenham (Stytnam), Yorks., letter dated at, 701.

Stixwould, mon. of, Linc., 1238, 1258.

Stodeley. See Studley.

Stoke Bardolf, Notts., 868, 878 ii.

Stoke Lacy, Heref., 1257.

Stoke near Guildford, Surr., g. 226 (36).

Stokesley, Norf., 1257 ii.

Stokesley, John, bp. of London, 75, 213, 419 (see Errata), 462 (p. 190), 752, 845, 1099, 1201.

-, -, letter from, 213.

-, -, letter to, 1099.

-, -, his apparitor, 462 (p. 190).

Stolteno. See Stolzenau.

Stolzenau (Stolteno) castle, in Germany, letters dated at, 415, 449.

Stone, prescription for the, 79 iv.

Stone for building, 194.

Stone priory, Staff., 1238.

-, letter dated at, 324.

-, Wm. Smith, prior of, letter from, 324.

Stone, Robt, g. 392 (1).

Stoneferry (Stonferry), Yorks., g. 1015 (7).

Stoneley, Hunts, Austin Canons of, 1191 (4), 1238 (p. 516).

-, -, Sir Edmond Bonde, prior, 1191 (4).

Stoneley (or Stanley) White monks, Warw., 1191 (2), 1238, 1259.

-, abbot of, 1191 (2).

-, quondam abbot of, 1191 (2).

Stoner or Stonore, Mrs., accompanied Anne Boleyn to the Tower, 798 (p. 338).

-, Sir Walter, 1087 (19), 1091.

-, Sir Wm., 1091.

Stonore, Oxon, 1091.

Stoughton, Gilb., g. 226 (36).

-, John, g. 226 (36).

Stourton (qu. Stourbridge ?), Staff., g. 597 (32).

Stourton, Edward lord. (ob. 1536), 1088: —g. 1015 (26).

Stourton, Sir William lord (1536), 1126 ii.

Stowe, vicar of, 357.

Stower or Stour Provost, Dors., g. 597 (33).

Stradling, Eliz., 562.

-, Robt., jun., bastard, g. 597 (40).

-, Thos., g. 392 (16, 48).

Straile, Anth., 773.

Strakeford, John, 763.

Stralsund or Sunda (Sonden), in Germany, 24 (p. 7), 343.

Strange. See Le Strange.

Strangways (Strangwiche or Strangwaies), Sir Giles, g. 392 (28).

-, Jas., 364 (p. 139).

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

-, Dr. Wm., 17, 86.

Strasburg (Strosborge, Strosborough, Stratzbrowgh), 458 (pp. 185–6), 847.

Strata Florida (Florea), Wales, mon. of, 1238 (p. 516).

Strata Marcella (near Welshpool), Wales, mon. of, 1238 (St. Asaphs).

Stratford at Bow. See under London, 123.

Stratius, John, 1003.

Strete, Hugh a, 272.

-, Ric., archd. of Derby, bp. Roland Lee's surveyor, 857, 1018, 1178:— g. 597 (21).

-, -, letter from, 857.

Streteley, Thos., 1170.

Strosborge. See Strasburg.

Strozzi, Philip, of Florence, 107, 205.

Stuarde. See Steward.

Stubbes, Andrew, 1257 xi.

-, Laur., clk., 194.

Stucley. See Stukele.

Studefelde, Margery, prioress of Crabhouse, 364 (p. 144).

Studley, Wilts, g. 1256 (6).

Studley (Stodeley), Oxf., mon. of, 1238:— g. 1256 (6).

-, prioress of. See Baynbrig, Mary.

Studley (Stodeley), Warw., priory of Black Canons, 1191 (2), 1238.

-, prior of, 1191 (2).

Studley, Eleanor, letter from, 340.

Stukele or Stucley, Hugh, 105, 416.

Stukeley, Sir Thos., g. 1256 (53).

Stunfield, Oxon, g. 1256 (18).

Stur, Swante, nobleman of Sweden, 24 (pp. 8, 9).

Stura, river in Piedmont, 946.

Sturgeon, John, letter to, 1201.

Sturminster (Sturmyster) Newton, Dors., 1140.

Stydolf, Thos., letter from, 788.

Styneley, 1257 ii.

Stytnam. See Stittenham.

Styward. See Steward.

Suavenius (Swavenius), Peter, ambassador of Christiern III. to the Diet of Smalcald, 149, 303–4, 342.

-, -, letter to, 304.

Sub Ayron, in Wales, deanery of, 431 v.

Subberton. See Soberton.

Subsidy, the, 254, 376, 636, 1016 ii., 1030, 1032.

-, commissioners for, 350, 941.

Succession, the, 782, 815, 897, 908 (p. 377), 1030, 1150.

-, Act of, 1030, 1051, 1087 (41).

Sudbury, Suff., Black Friars of, late provincial of. See Hodgekin, Dr.

Sudbury, Thos., cellarer of Worcester, 132.

Sudyby, John, g. 597 (39).

Suffolk, 571, 816.

-, monasteries in, 1238.

Suffolk, Charles Brandon duke of, 141 (p. 53), 243 (9–12), 351 (p. 132), 601 (p. 244), 635, 804, 834, 848, 876, 888, 891, 896, 1069 (pp. 442, 452), 1070, 1077 (p. 456), 1231:—g. 777 (10, 14), 1015 (2–4), 1256 (53).

-, -, letter to, 888 (3).

-, -, his daughter the King's niece. See Clifford, lady Eleanor.

Suffolk, Katharine duchess of, daughter of Lord Willoughby d'Eresby, 141 (p. 53), 284, 1087 (33).

Sulyard (Shulliard, Selyard, Suyllyard), Mr., 337, 739, 856, 866, 920, 995, 1059 (p. 439), 1075.

Sumner, Ric., alias ap Howell (q. v.).

Sunda. See Stralsund.

Sunyng. See Sonning.

Snoyen. See Sury le Comtat.

Supremacy, Royal, 7, 14, 49, 90, 93, 99, 182, 241, 253, 256, 318, 420, 494 (p. 200), 594, 623, 897, 924, 975, 1021, 1137, 1182, 1239, 1273.

-, Act of, 1030, 1032.

Surrey, monasteries in, 1238.

Surrey, Henry Howard earl of, eldest son of the duke of Norfolk. 141 (p. 53), 494 (p. 200).

Surrey, Frances countess of (d. of John earl of Oxford), 141 (p. 53), 284.

Surveyors General, Act concerning, 243 (58).

Surveyors of Crown lands, 832.

Sury le Comtat (Suoyen), in France, letter dated at, 838, 922.

Surye. See Syria.

Susa, in Piedmont, 592, 906.

Sussex, 1274.

-, monasteries in, 1238.

Sussex, Robert Ratcliff earl of, 26, 601 (p. 244), 636, 715, 792, 816, 834, 848, 871, 876, 1069 (p. 441), 1156:— g. 1256 (31).

Sussex, Mary countess of, letter from, 681.

Sutcotes. See Sculcoates.

Suthewyke. See Southwick.

Sutton, Beds, g. 226 (21).

Sutton, Derb., 1257 x.

Sutton, Shropsh., 878 (p. 365).

Sutton, Suss., g. 1256 (37).

Sutton, near Hull, Yorks., g. 1015 (7).

Sutton Bonnington, Notts., g. 597 (14).

Sutton Court, Midd., 328.

Sutton upon Derwent, Yorks., g. 392 (8).

Sutton and Granby, Notts., 878 (p. 365).

Sutton, David, 140.

-, Edw. (Edw. Dudley), son of Sir John lord Dudley and Cecily Grey, sister of lord Leonard, letter from, 1045.

- (Sotten), Sir John, receiver of St. John, 905.

-, John, lord Dudley (q. v.).

-, Robt., g. 392 (29).

Suyllyard. See Sulyard.

Swabia, in Germany, 730.

Swaffham, Norf., g. 597 (32).

-, Richmond Fee in, g. 597 (32).

Swaffham, Camb., 1251.

Swaffham Bulbeck, Camb., nunnery of, 1238 (p. 516), 1251.

Swale, Cecilia, 364 (p. 142).

Swalowe, Chr., vicar of Messing, g. 775 (25).

Swavenius. See Suavenius.

Sweden, 24, 303 (p. 114), 449.

-, senate of, 24 (p. 8).

Sweden, Gustavus Vasa, king of, 24 (pp. 7, 8), 149, 303, 449.

Swiches (i.e. Swiss). See Switzerland.

Swine (Swynhey, Swyne, Swyna) nunnery, Yorks., 364 (p. 139), 607, 1238.

-, letter dated at, 980.

Swineshead, Linc., mon. of, 1238.

Switzerland (Helvetia, Suizeri, Sowcherland) and the Swiss, Swiss soldiers, &c., 221, 273 (p. 100), 368, 458 (p. 186), 479, 592–3, 600 (p. 242 "Swiches"), 670 (p. 268), 682, 795, 814, 860, 906, 1130, 1175.

Swyngles. See Zuinglius.

Swynhey or Swyne. See Swine.

Swynkfelde, letter dated at, 1054.

Swynnerton, —, priest, 804, 850, 891.

Swynowe, John, g. 597 (25).

Sydenham, 1257.

Sydenham, Thos., g. 1256 (53).

Sydney. See Sidney.

Syemonds, Ralph, 1257 xi.

Sylkokes. See Silkok.

Sympson, Thos., carpenter, 194.

-, Wm., under-marshal of Calais, 755, 899.

Symson, —, mercer, 914 (p. 384).

Syngleton. See Singleton.

Synnythwayte. See Sinningthwayte.

Syria, 264.

Sysill. See Cecil.

Syon. See Sion.

Syria (Surye), 600.

Syverneye priory (qu. Silverley ?), 507.

Syves (qu. Seville ?), 937 (2).

Syxborough. See Minster.



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