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'Index: B', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 11: July-December 1536 (1888), pp. 606-617. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75502 Date accessed: 02 October 2014.


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B., manor of, 105.

Baas, Ric., and his wife, 1281.

Babham (Babam), John, g. 1417 (5).

Babington (Babyngton), Sir Ant., dec., 426.

-, John, 426.

-, -, letter from, 609.

-, Rol., 580 (p. 235).

Babthorpe (Bapthorpe), Wm., 164 (4), 622, 729, 841 (p. 333), 924, 929 xxiii., 1107, 1155 (4), 1243 (2):—App. 11.

-, -, letters from, 729, 924.

Babylon, 85.

Babyngton. See Babington.

Baddesley (Badsle), Hants, preceptory of St. John, 849.

Baden, diet of (Aug. 1536), 479 (p. 193).

Badsle. See Baddesley.

Bagard, Dr. Thos., Latimer's chancellor, 1374.

Bagot or Bagett, John, 827, 842 (4).

- (Baggot), Ric., alias Evenhood, abbot of Shapp, g. 1217 (14).

Bailey or Baily, Mr., of Southwark, 302.

-, John, dec., g. 202 (33).

-, -, Agnes, his wife, g. 202 (33).

- (Bayly, Bayle), Robt., 968 (p. 390), 972 (p. 398).

Baker, John, Attorney-General (1536), 54, 381 C., 447, 580 (pp. 234–5):— g. 202 (18).

-, -, letter from, 447.

-, -, sig. of, 1411.

Bakster. See Baxter.

Balding (Bawdyng), Robt., 828 iii. (2), 842 (3 p. 335), 975 (fo. 2, 6).

Baldwin, Sir John, chief justice of Common Pleas, 45, 381 B., 580 (p. 234):— g. 1417 (5 bis).

Baldwin (Baldewyn), Fras., App. 3.

Bale, John, his answer, 1111.

Balcul (in Flanders ?), 633.

Ballards farm near Luton, 870.

Ballyhoursy, in Ireland, 468.

Balnens. See Bawnes.

Balow, sheriff of Canterbury (1536–7 ?), 19 (see Notes).

Bamborough (Bawmborough), Nthumb., Darcy's deputy as keeper of, 1293.

Banaster or Banester, —, 635.

-, Ric., 580 (6).

Banbury, Oxon, 1188.

Bangor, bp. of. See Capon, John.

-, -, suffragan of (?), 1055.

Bank, Austin, 1070.

Banke, Rob., 276.

Bankes, Robt., 1230.

Banks, Mr., letter to, 1042.

-, -, his wife, 1042.

-, John, 1425.

Banwell, 12.

Bapthorpe. See Babthorpe.

Barantyne (Barynden, Barentyne. &c.), Sir Wm., 365, 580 (pp. 232, 234), 670:— g. 1217 (20, 23).

-, -, letter from, 365.

-, -, his wife (? "my lady"), 365.

Barbarossa, Hardin, Turkish naval commander, 70, 179 (bis), 182, 443 (p. 179), 493.

Barber (Barbar), John, 60 (sig.).

- (Barbor), Wm., of Louth, 828 i. (p. 322).

Barde, Wm., 971.

Barden (Bardon), Yorks., 927.

Bardney (Bardeneye, Bardnay), Abbey, Linc., 827 (1 ii., 3), 828 v., vi., vii.

-, abbot of, 828 vii., 853 ii.

-, monks of, 827 ii., 828 i. (2), vi., vii.

Bardyng. See Brading.

Barentyene. See Barantyne.

Baret. See Barret.

Barfelde, Suff., 580 (4). Probably Bergholt. Compare Vol. VII. 262 (3).

Barkeley. See Berkeley.

Barker (Barkers), —, 63, 337, 344.

-, Chr., Garter king at arms (1536), g. 202 (30).

-, John, 975 (fo. 2).

-, Roger, 1419 i., ii.

-, Roland, 827, 842 (4), 967 iv.

Barkhamsted. See Berkhampstead.

Barkley. See Berkeley.

Barkstone (Barkeston), Wapentake, Yorks., 522.

Barlay mowth grange, Linc., 828 vii.

Barley (Barly), —, 275.

-, Francis, g. 1217 (17).

-, Rob., dec., g. 1217 (17).

Barlings (Berlinges) Abbey, Linc., 805, 827 ii., 828 v., vi., 975.

-, abbot of. See Mackerel, Matth.

-, canons of, 827 ii., 828 i. (2), iv., vii.

-, sub-prior of. See Bradley, Thos.

-, Grange, 805.

Barlow, William, bp. of St. David's, 580 (5), 705, 828 v., 1319, 1427–8:—g. 202 (42).

-, -, letter from, 1427.

Barlow (Barlo), John, dean of Westbury, brother of William, letters from, 1041, 1071.

-, Ric., 1253.

-, Wm., 1419 ii.

Barly. See Barley.

Barmston, Mr. See Barnardiston.

Barnabe, Thos., letter from, 1447.

-, -, his daughter, 1447.

-, -, his wife, 1447.

Barnaby (qu. Barnetby ?), 975 (fo. 3).

Barnard (Barney, Barnardes, Barnacastell) Castle, Dham., 921, 1155 (4), 1365, 1371, 1380, 1410 (4).

-, letter dated at, 1365.

Barnard, John, g. 202 (13 N).

- (Barnerd), Wm., 981.

Barnardeston, Barnardiston, Barniston, Barmston, or Bramston:—

-, Geo., g. 1417 (5).

-, John, Cromwell's servant, 237, 553, 756, 959.

Barnby (Barneby) upon Don, Yorks., 1038 (2).

Barneby or Barnebye, Charles, 522 (p. 212).

-, John, 522.

-, Ric., g. 1417 (11).

-, Thos,, g. 1417 (11).

Barnemershe, Essex, 1451.

Barnerd. See Barnard.

Barnes, lord. See Berners.

Barnes (Barnys, Barons), Robert, 475, 1097, 1246, 1355, 1422, 1448.

-, -, letter from, 1448.

Barnes (Barnez), Hen., canon of Norton, 1019.

- (Barons), Humph., ironmonger, 1419 ii.

Barnetby (Barnaby), Linc., 975 (fo. 3).

Barnewall, John. See Trimletiston, lord.

- (Bernewell, Barnewaill), Patrick, King's serjeant in Ireland. 2 (2), 282, 540, 1150, 1156 (2).

-, -, letter from, 282.

Barniston. See Barnardiston.

Barnsdale, Yorks., 759.

Barnsley, Yorks., 759.

Barnstaple (Barystable), Devon, 405.

Barnton, 1403.

Barnwell (Barnewell), prior of, 670.

Baron, Wm., 1357.

Barons. See Barnes.

Barre (misprint for Barro). See Barrow.

Barret (Baret), Thos., late prior of Folkestone, petition of, 1437.

-, Dr. Thos., 60 (sig.).

-, Thos., 580 (6).

Barrow (Barre), near Barton on Humber, 1155 (5).

Barrow, the river, in Ireland, 574.

Barrow, lord of. See Berghen.

Barry, John, viscount, 69, 1150.

Barthelet. See Berthelet.

Barthelmew or Bartilmew, Wm., g. 1417 (23, 25).

Barton Bendishe, Norf., g. 202 (36).

Barton (qu. Bourton, Berks ?), 364.

Barton (Berton, Bartoon, Burton) uponHumber, Linc., 647, 828 xii., 1076, 1086. 1095, 1155 (5), 1179:—g. 1217 (1).

-, letters dated at, 1077, 1269–70.

-, bailly of. See Knolles, Robt.

-, vicar of. See Duffield Wm.,

Barton, Westmld., g. 519 (1).

Barton Stacey, Hants., g. 202 (29).

Barton (Berton), Mr., 1481.

-, Andrew, 1251 (2).

-, John à, 1138 (p. 456), 1155 (4).

-, Walt., 1231.

Bartoun, John of, a Scot, 916 ii.

Bartylmowe, Thos., of St. Albans, 354 ii.

Barwyk. See Berwick.

Barwyke in Colne Alba, g. 202 (45).

Barynden. See Barantyne.

Barystable. See Barnstaple.

Basing, Roger, of the King's chamber, high bailiff of Guisnes, 241, 313, 381 C.

Basingstoke, Hants., g. 1417 (14).

Baskervile, Sir Jas., 580 (p. 233).

-, Sir John, 580 (p. 235).

Basle, Council of, 124 (8).

Basnet (Bassenet or Barsenet), Edw., clk., 934.

Bassenet. See Basnet.

Basset, Anne, lady Lisle's daughter, 47 (p. 28), 336.

-, George, son of lady Lisle, 12, 370, 410, 414 (p. 169), 668, 797, 889–90, 951, 1192–3 (see Notes), 1213, 1257, 1263, 1274 (see Notes), 1347, 1498 (4).

-, James, son of lady Lisle, 63, 337, 415, 429, 1192–3, 1213, 1263, 1274 (see Notes), 1342, 1348, 1360–1.

-, John, lady Lisle's eldest son, 62, 109, 264, 370, 797, 951, 1072, 1132, 1181, 1222, 1256, 1282, 1312.

-, Mary, lady Lisle's daughter, with Madame de Bours, 408–9, 1099, 1191, 1360–1.

-, -, letters from, 408, 1361.

-, Philippa, lady Lisle's daughter, "Mrs. Philip," 356.

-, Thos., 580 (p. 234).

-, Sir Wm. or Wm., g. 1217 (23). 1417 (3).

Bassingbourne, John, 580 (4).

"Bastard," the. See Elizabeth, Princess.

Bate, John, g. 202 (4).

-, Wm., g. 202 (4).

Bath, Somers., 809.

-, Cathedral Priory, 69.

-, mayor of, 809.

Bath, John Clerk Bp. of (Bathoniensis), 60, 124 (2), 580 (pp. 234, 236).

-, -, signature of, 60, 124 (2).

Bath, John Bourchier Earl of, (1536), lord Fitzwarine, 46, 50, 104 (Fitzwarine), 139 i., iii., iv. (Fitzwaren), 580 (pp. 234, 236), 1008:—g. 202 (15).

Bather, Thos., 26.

Battle, Suss., abbot of, 580:—App. 16,

Batusbayly, baliwick in Windsor Forest, g. 1217 (9).

Baudet, —, of Boulogne, 1280, 1314.

Bauldry, Eliz., 1419 iii.

Bavaria (Bavers), William duke of, 779 (p. 300).

Bavaria (Bavier), dukes of (Wm. and Lewis), 28 (p. 16).

Bavers or Bavier. See Bavaria.

Bawdery, Leonard, 975 (fo. 5).

Bawdyng. See Balding.

Bawmborough. See Bamborough.

Bawnes, Bawnus, Balnens, or Bonus, Wm., alias Ashen, of Louth, 568, 968 (p. 390), 975 (fos. 3, 8).

Bawtry, Yorks., 841.

Baxter, Hen., 967.

- (Bakster), Thos., g. 943 (4).

Bayldy, —, 975 (fo. 4).

Bayle. See Bailey.

Bayly. See Bailey.

Bayly . . . . . (qu. Banbury?), 841

Baynbrig, Mary, prioress of Hedingham Castle, g. 202 (45).

Baynham, Bayneham, or Beynham:—

-, Barth., 1289:—g. 519 (5).

-, Sir Chr., 580 (p. 235).

-, George, 580 (pp. 232, 235).

-, Robt., 1289.

Bayns or Baynes, Laurence, 734, 1335.

-, -, letter to, 1335.

Baynton, Sir Edward, 117, 222, 580 (2, 3).

Beache or Beche, Thos., rector of Welton, 968 (p. 391), 972.

Beacons, 677, 924, 1048, 1056, 1058, 1095, 1121, 1148, 1155 (2 ii.), 1166, 1408.

Beaconsfield (Bekinsfeld), Bucks, 823.

-, letter dated at, 803.

Beamount. See Beaumont.

Beaston. See Beeston.

Beauchamp (Bewchamp) viscount. See Seymour, Sir Edw.

Beauchief Abbey (suppressed), Derb., inventory of, 216.

Beaulieu Abbey, Hants, abbot of, 1455.

Beaumanour, Leic., letter dated at, 97.

Beaumaris (Bewmares), 934.

-, letters dated at, 525, 1055, 1272, 1329.

Beaumont (Beawmont) or Beamount, John, 224, 426.

-, Ric., 522.

-, Thos., 522.

Becansaw (Bekynsawe), John, of Paris, 63, 337, 344.

-, -, letter from, 337.

Beccwit. See Beckwith.

Beche. See Beache.

Beches manor, in Pelham Furneaux, g. 202 (44).

Becket, St. Thomas à, 1111.

Beckwith (Bekwith, &c.), Mrs., 879.

-, Mr., 911.

-, Leonard, of the Augmentations, receiver in Yorkshire, 748–50, 1009, 1402. App. 7.

- (Beccwit), Peter, 633, 1021, 1046 (3).

-, -, letter to, 633.

-, -, his brother, 633.

Becroft. See Bycrofte.

Bedale, Yorks., 1155 (4).

Bedell. See Bedyll.

Bedford, 1407.

Bedford, suffragan bp. of, 386.

Bedford, title of duchess of, 9.

Bedfordshire, 425, 580 (pp. 232, 234, 236), 844, 1410 (p. 562):—g. 1217 (23), 1417 (5).

-, sheriff of, (1536–7). See Longvyle, Thos.

Bedhampton Park, Hants, 164, 461n.

Bedingfield, Sir Edm., letter from, 946.

-, Sir Thos., 580 (p. 234), 659.

Bedle. See Bedyll.

Bedyll (Bedell), Thos., archd. of Cornwall, 118, 186, 255, 296, 1184, 1260:— g. 1217 (22).

-, -, letter from, 118.

-, -, letter to, 186.

Bedyll (Bedle), Ric., notary, 309.

Beer, 308.

Beerd, John, g. 519 (6).

Beerley, Ric., monk of Pershore, letter from, 1449.

Bees, du. See Bies, du.

Beeston (Beaston), Ralph, 522.

Beilbrugh. See Bibrough.

Beke or Bek, John, 1231.

-, Rog., g. 1417 (23, 25)

-, Thos., 1231.

Bekinsfield. See Beaconsfield.

Bekwith. See Beckwith.

Bekynsaw. See Becansaw.

Belasses. See Bellasis.

Belchamp (Beauchamp) Walter, Essex, g. 202 (45).

Belchford (Belcheforthe), Linc., rector of.
-, See Leach, Nic.

Bell, John, 972.

-, Dr. John, archd. of Gloucester, 60, 580 (3), 651, 834, 1419 i., iii.

-, -, sig. of, 60.

-, Ric., 1498 (4, 5?).

-, Thos., g. 943 (4).

Bellasis (Belasses, Belowses, Bellysses, Bellose), Dr., 594, 877, 1459. App. 13.

-, -, letters to, 594, 877.

Bellay, John du, bp. of Paris, Cardinal 28, 167, 172, 228, 443 (p. 179), 848, 860, 1013, 1173 (p. 473), 1183, 1250, 1305, 1435.

-, -, letter from, 167.

-, -, letters to, 172, 228, 860, 1013.

-, -, his palace, 1305.

Bellay, Wm. du. See Langley, Sieur de.

Bellby. See Bielby.

Belleau or Helleau (Hellove, Helloff), Linc., parsons of, 968 (pp. 390–1.), 972.

Bellingham (Belingham), Nthld., 1155 (2).

Bellingham, Jas., 504 (p. 204).

- (Bellyncham, Belingham), Sir Robt., 947 (2), 1155 (1 2).

- (Bellingeam), Wm., 580 (p. 234).

Bellose. See Bellasis.

Bellowe (Below), John, Cromwell's servant (erroneously reported to have been baited to death with dogs), 567, 585 (p. 238), 714, 789, 828 i., iii., 848, 854, 920 (2), 959, 968 (p. 390), 970, 972.

Belluno, bp. of. See Casale, John da.

Bellysses. See Bellasis.

Belona or La Belona, 493.

Below. See Bellowe.

Belowses. See Bellasis.

Belton, Rutl., g. 519 (13).

Belyald, Thos., 609.

Bemen, Herr Peter, 1474.

Benedict, —, graver, Florentine, 381 B., 516.

Beneson. See Benson.

Benet, Dr., App. 16.

-, Constanzo, letter from, 849.

-, Davy, of Horncastle, 967 i., iii.

-, Robt., of Rye, 1424.

Bennam, Harry, 580 (6).

Benningfield (Benyngfeld), Sir Edm., 580 (p. 233).

-, Sir Thos., 580 (4).

Benson (Beneson), John, 879 (2).

-, Rob., parson of Gayton juxta Louth, 568 (p. 226), 972, 975 (fos. 3, 8 bis).

Bensted. See Binsted.

Bentham Moor, Yorks., 947 (2).

Bentley, Yorks., g. 519 (1).

Bentley Magna, Essex, g. 202 (45).

Bently, John, g. 1417 (3).

Berckle, John, g. 1417 (8).

Berd, Ric., 1342.

Berdesey, Mr., of Furness, 1155 (2).

Berdin (Byerden), Essex, g. 202 (44).

Berechurche, alias West Donyland, Essex g. 385 (1), 519 (6, 10, 14).

-, letters dated at, 330, 369, 465:— g. 385 (14–19, 25–36, 38), 519 (2, 3, 5, 7–12, 14–20).

-, St. Michael's in, g. 385 (1).

-, lands named in, g. 519 (10, 14).

Berfolde. See Bergholt.

Berford, Wilts, g. 202 (37).

Berghen (Berghez) or Zoom, in Holland, 1151.

-, letter dated at, 78.

-, chatellerie of, 1151.

Berghen or Berghes (Barrow), Anthony, marquis of, 78, 1296.

-, -, letter from, 78.

Bergholt, Suff. See Barfelde.

Bergholt (alias Berfold) West, Essex, g. 385 (17).

Bergholts lands in Tolleshunt, g. 202 (36).

Berg St. Vinox, in Flanders, letter dated at, 1151 (?).

Beriton, Thos., g. 202 (10).

"Berkeley (Barkely), the lord Marquis," dec., 1493. (See Notes.)

Berkeley, Thos., lord, dec., 104.

Berkeley (Barkley), Anne, lady, 139 ii., iv., 224, 1041.

-, -, letter from, 224.

Berkeley (Barkley), John, 623.

-, Sir Wm., sheriff of Hants (1536–7), 580 (p. 234):—g. 1217 (23).

Berkhampstead (Barkhamsted), Herts, g. 519 (12).

Berkley. See Berkeley.

Berkshire, 580 (pp. 232, 234, 236), 970 (p. 394), 1410:—g. 519 (22), 1217 (23).

-, sheriff of (1536–7). See Hungerford, Sir Anth.

Berle, Nthld., g. 385 (30).

Berlinges. See Barlings.

Bermondsey, abbot of, App. 8, 16. See Warton, Robt.

Berneis, John, g. 202 (9).

Berners (Barnes), John Bourchier, lord, dec., 104, 387, 466, 516 (p. 207).

-, -, his lands, 387, 466.

Bernes, Hants, g. 1217 (6).

Bernewell. See Barnewall.

Berri, the last duke of, 8.

Bertelett, Dr., 1419 iii.

Berthelet (Bertelet, Barthelet), Thos., King's printer, 59, 1419 ii., 1481.

Bertheloit, Francois, 1151.

Berton. See Barton.

Berwick (Barwyk) upon Tweed, 398, 927, 1044, 1170, 1236 (p. 501), 1365, 1380: g. 385 (10, 11).

-, letters dated at, 400, 512, 1371.

-, Castle of, 400 :—g. 385 (10).

-, walls of, 398.

-, captain of, 563, 1207. See Clifford, Sir Thos.

-, treasurer of. See Lawson, Sir George.

-, gunners of, g. 385 (11).

Berwick, bishop suffragan of. See Sparke, Thos.

Berwick, near Rainham, Essex, letter dated at, 849.

Berwick, Wilts, g. 202 (29).

Berwick (Berwyke) pursuivant. See Ray, Henry.

Bestney, Edw., 580 (4).

-, Hen., of St. Albans, 354 ii.

Beswick (Beswyke), Yorks., g. 519 (1).

Betoun, David, abbot of Arbroath, keeper of the Privy Seal to James V., afterwards cardinal, 400, 1173 (p. 473), 1194, 1315, 1382.

Betoun, James, abp. of St. Andrews, 512, 685, 862.

-, letter to, 685.

Bettes, James, customer of Southampton, 310.

-, -, letter from, 1349.

Beures, Adolphe de Bourgoigne, sieur de, admiral of Flanders, 363, 667, 1089, 1158, 1200, 1341.

-, -, letters from, 667, 1089, 1158.

Beverley, Yorks., 627–8, 645, 647, 664, 692 (2), 704, 749–50, 818, 828 i. (2), xii., 841, 842 (4), 854 ii., 955, 967, 971 (p. 396), 1078, 1116, 1155 (4), 1235, 1246 (p. 507), 1294.

-, letters from the commons at, 628, 645.

-, church of, 1078.

-, canons of, 841 (p. 333).

-, the Tabert at, 841.

-, the Townhall, 841 (p. 333).

-, St. Giles, hospital of, g. 519 (1).

-, -, master of. See Smith, Thos.

-, rectory of, g. 519 (1).

Bewcastle and Bewcastledale, Cumb., 993, 1236.

Bewchamp. See Beauchamp.

Bewell, John, 1231 (p. 499).

Bewlay (Beverley ?), Yorks., 828 (p. 327).

Bewmares. See Beaumaris.

Bexford. See Boxford.

Beynham. See Bayneham.

Bianket (Blanchettus), John, of Bologna, 1100 1131.

Bielby (Bellby), Yorks., g. 519 (1).

Bierden. See Berdin.

Bies (Bees) Oudart du, seneschal of Boulogne, 171, 499, 1264, 1280, 1314.

-, -, letters from, 1280, 1314.

-, -, his wife ("Madame la Seneschalle"), 1264.

Bies, Ysabeau du, letter from, 1264.

Bignor (Bygnour), Suss., g. 202 (37).

Bigod, Sir Francis, letters from, 23, 503.

-, -, his servants who had taken sanctuary, 503.

-, -, his wife, 23.

Bilbrough (Beilbrugh), Yorks., 1402.

Bildeston (Bylston), Suff., 625.

Billesby. See Bilsby.

Billington, David ap John, priest, 1446.

Bills to be signed, 310.

Bilney (Bylneye), Thos., the martyr, 1111 (p. 447).

Bilsby (Byllysby, &c.), Linc., 967 x, xi.

Bilsby (Billesby, Bylsby), Sir Andrew, 324, 539, 618, 665, 672 (2), 722 (2), 828 i., iii., 842 (3), 853 (p. 342), 854 (p. 344), 967 x., xi., 968 (p. 390), 970, 971 (p. 395), 973, 975 (fo. 3).

-, -, sig. of, 539, 618, 665.

-, Ant. 842 (3).

-, Thos., 842 (3), 975 (fo. 3).

Bilsington Priory (supp.), Kent, 381 B.

Bindon (Byndon) Abbey, Dors., g. 1217 (13).

Bingham (Byngham), —, 1254 (p. 513).

Binsted (Bensted) in Alton, Hants, g. 202 (37).

Birchanger, Essex, g. 202 (44).

Bird (Byrde), Hen., g. 519 (21).

Birley (Byrley), Heref., 412.

Birlington. See Bridlington.

Birnes. See Byrnes.

Birstall, Yorks., 522.

Biscathorpe (Biscarthorpe, Byskethorp), Linc., rector (parson) of. See Lyon, John.

Bisham, Berks., letter dated at, 451.

-, abbey of, 841 ii.

Bishop (Bisshope, Busshope), Thos., 1393.

Bishopric, the. See Durham, bpric. of.

Bishops, letter to the, 1110.

Bishops, authority of, 83, 85, 1421.

Bishop's Lynne. See Lynn Bishop.

Bishops Stortford (Stordford), Herts., 514 :— g. 202 (44).

Bishopston, Wilts., g. 202 (37).

Biston, Mr., 302.

Bittlesden (Bitlesden) Abbey, Bucks., g. 385 (21).

-, abbot of. See Ric. Grene.

Blackburne, Lanc., vicar of, 1014.

Blackden, John, g. 1417 (29).

Black Friars, the, master-general of, 188.

-, provincial of, 188, 1324–5.

Blake, John, App. 8:—g. 202 (9).

Blakesley, John, 1419.

Blanchettus. See Bianket.

Blancquart, Captain, French naval officer, 443 (p. 179).

Blandford, Dors., 524.

Blankewoode, Thos., monk, 168.

Blaunde, Chr., 996.

Blease. See Blois.

Bleesby, Philip, 879 (2).

Bles. See Blois.

Blewbury, Berks., prebend in Salisbury, 135 (bis).

Blewmantell. See Bluemantle.

Blithe. See Blythe.

Blithman. See Blytheman.

Blois (Blease, Bles), in France, 542, 711, 916 ii.

- letters dated at, 1130, 1172.

Blount, Blounte, Blunt, Blont:—

-, lady, App. 16.

-, John, g. 1217 (23).

-, Robt., 177 (? "another"), 247 (? "servant of the lord Steward"), 459.

-, (Blounte), Walt., g. 1417 (3).

-, Wm., 164 (2), 580 (6).

Bluemantle (Blewmantell), pursuivant. See Narbonne, John (until Sept. 1536), g. 519 (16).

Blunt. See Blount.

Blyndeknyghts manor, Essex, g. 519 (14).

Blythe, Notts., priory of, 1287.

Blythe (Blithe), James, 310:—g. 385 (25).

Blytheman (Blithman). Mr. [William ?], letter to, 1372.

Bocher, Arthur, 842 (3).

Bocmes (?), 235.

Bodenell, John, g. 1417 (3).

Bodenham (Bodnam), Heref., 412.

Bodenham, Thos., g. 1217 (23).

Bodley, —, 1369.

Bodmin, Cornw., letter dated at, 133.

-, Thos. Wandesworth prior of, letter from, 133.

Bodnam. See Bodenham.

Body, Wm., Cromwell's servant (sent to Ireland in July, 1536), 14, 101, 120, 208, 259, 281, 351, 521, 915, 933, 1149 (p. 461), 1150, 1157 (p. 465), 1355.

-, -, letters from, 14, 101, 259.

Boen, Merx, 905.

Boffyn, Sir George van, 1474.

Bokenham. See Buckenham.

Bolde, Mr., of Barnton, 1403.

-, Ric., 1251 (2).

Boleyn, Anne, second queen of Henry VIII. (executed 1536), called by the Imperialists "the Concubine," 7 (p. 7), 41, 64, 91 (p. 42, "to her whose deeds," &c., 43), 117, 123, 156, 163 (p. 71), 210 (p. 93), 229 (p. 100), 320 (La Ana), 354, 402, 860, 1250.

-, -, bonds held by, 117.

-, -, confessions at her trial, 29 (p. 17).

-, -, officers of, named, 117.

Boleyn, George, lord Rochford, dec., 104, 403, 467.

Boleyn, Mary, sister of Anne, 41.

Boleyn, Sir Thomas, earl of Wiltshire (Wiltes), father of Anne Boleyn, 5, 17, 41, 45, 139 i., iii., 320, 381 A., 403, 580 (p. 234, 236), 842, 926, 1277:— g. 202 (3).

-, -, letters from, 17, 926, 1277.

-, -, his father, 17.

-, -, his wife, 17.

Boleyn (Bullayne, Bulleyne), Sir James, Anne Boleyn's uncle, 117, 580 (p. 234), 1277.

-, lady, wife of Sir James, 48 (2 ?).

Bolingbroke (Bullyngbroke, Byllyngsbroke), Linc., 828 i. (2), ii., 853, 975 (fo. 2, 4)

-, castle of, 853.

-, deanery of, 975 (fo. 4).

Bolles, John, 580 (4).

-, Wm., 216, 681.

Bollyng. See Bowling.

Bologna (Bononia, Boulogna), in Italy, 654, 963, 1100, 1131.

-, letter dated at, 182.

Bolston. See Boulston.

Bolton, Yorks., letters dated at, 677, 929 x.

Bonde (Bownde), John, vicar of Cannington, letter from, 1450.

Bonetenne or Boneteyne, —, of the Exchequer, 568 (p. 226).

Bongay. See Bungay.

Bonner Edmund, afterwards bp. of London, 186.

Bononia and the Bononois. See Bologna.

Bonus. See Bawnes.

Bonvixi (Bonvice, Bonvix), Antonio, 438, 1419.

-, -, letters to, 438 (and perhaps 1362).

-, Laurence, 1443.

Bonys. See Bowness.

Books:—163 (p. 71), 487, 828 iii., 955, 970 (p. 394), 1393 (2), 1488.
-, Cromwell's, 10.
-, Pole's. See under Pole, Reginald.
-, Henry VIII.'s, against Luther, 15.
-, Basil, 155.
-, Frith his book, 828 iii.
-, Bishop Fisher's, 1041.
-, Defence of Peace, 1355.
-, Morison's Apomaxis, 1481.

Boorde, Andrew, letter from, 297.

Booth or Bothe, —, Audeley's servant, 158.

- (Bowathe), John, 672 (2), 722 (2), 842 (3), 853.

Boowis. See Bowes.

Boradall, Gawin, 276.

Bordeaux, in France, 1169:—g. 1417 (22).

Borfleet mill in Bentley Magna, g. 202 (45).

Boriscogh. See Burscough.

Borkes. See Burkes.

Borne. See Bourne.

Borne, Derick, of the Steelyard, 686.

Borough (Burghe, Burrowe, Brought, Borro, Burght), Thos. lord, of Gainsborough, 5, 104, 139 i., iv., 532–3, 536, 563, 567, 576 (p. 230 n.), 580 (5), 587, 590, 656, 714, 828 i. (2), 841, 852, 853 (p. 342), 854 (p. 344), 968 (p. 390), 969, 971, 1117, 1155 (5):—App. 9.

-, -, letter from, 533.

-, -, his servant slain, 567, 854 (p. 344).

Borough (Burgh, Borow, &c.), Edw., g. 943 (7).

-, Thos., g. 943 (7).

-, Sir Thomas, g. 943 (7).

-, Wm., 178.

-, Wm. à, of Boston, 920 (2).

Borro. See Borough.

Borrowby (Burraby, Bureaby, Burrobe, Borowby, Bowraby, &c.), Wm., a monk of Louth Park, 970 (pp. 393–4), 971 (p. 395), 973–4, 975 (fo. 3, 8).

Borrowes, Randall, 164 (2).

Borscoghe. See Burscough.

Borthwyk, D., letter from, 355.

Bosham (Bosseham), Suss., letter dated at, 169.

Bosnia (Bossnia), in Turkey, 179.

Bosseham. See Bosham.

Boston, Linc., 164, 321, 585, 625, 658, 827 ii., 852, 920 (1, 2), 973–4:—App. 16:— g. 202 (20).

-, bailiwick of, 164.

Boston, Wm., abbot of Westminster, 141, 310, 580, 670:—g. 202 (4).

Boswell, Alex., 522 (p. 212).

-, Thos., 522 (p. 212).

Boteland, South, Nthld., g. 385 (30).

Boterel, John, escuyer (du?) sieur de la Mote, 1334.

Bothe. See Booth.

Botler. See Butler.

Bottill, Ric., tailor, 1419 ii.

Botton. See Button.

Bouchier. See Bucler also Bourchier.

Boucquhault. See Bouguenhault.

Boughchier. See Bourchier.

Boughton (Bukton), Norf., g. 202 (36).

Boughton Streate (Boughton-under-Blean ?), Kent, 841 iv.

Boughton, —, 580 (p. 235).

Bouguenhault or Boucquhault, near Calais, 595, 798.

-, the host du Val mont de, 595.

Boulmer. See Bulmer.

Boulogna. See Bologna,

Boulogne, in France, 171, 471, 499, 882, 961, 1129.

-, Henry VIII.'s expedition to (1544), App. 9.

-, letters dated at, 217–18, 395, 422, 575, 735, 743, 798, 952, 1011, 1264, 1280, 1314, 1333, 1498 (10, 11).

-, captain (or lieutenant). See Vervins, sieur de.

-, post of, 217.

-, seneschal of. See Bies, Oudart du.

Boulston (Bolston), Pemb., g. 202 (11).

Bourbon, Charles duke of (killed 1527), 7 (p. 5), 179.

-, -, heirs of, 7 (p. 5).

Bourbon, Charles de, duke of Vendôme, q.v.

Bourbon, Mary de. See Mary.

Bourchier (Boughchier), Humph., 387.

- (Bouchier), John, abbot of St. Mary's, Leicester (in 1538), 26 n.

-, Sir John, 580 (2).

Bourchiers (Bougnchyers), the, sons of the late Lord Berners, 466.

Bourgray, —, 1257.

Bourne (Burne, Borne), Linc., 621, 658, 920 (2).

-, letter dated at, 831.

Bourne, John, 1231.

Bours, letters dated at, 408, 1099, 1191.

Bours, madame. See Rouaud, Anne.

Bourton, Berks., 364 (? Barton).

Bovey Tracey (Bovitraci), Devon, 164.

Bowathe. See Booth.

Bowden, Chesh., 1253.

Bower. See Bowyer.

Bowes, Mr., 1481.

-, Elene, 546,

-, John, servant to the abp. of Dublin, 1, 1157 (p. 467).

-, Martin, 1419 i., iii.

-, Ric., 760 (2), 1155 (4).

-, (Bowys, Bowez, Bows, Bouse, Boowis), Robt., 164 (4), 760 (2), 921, 945, 985–6, 995, 1014, 1035, 1037, 1042, 1044–6, 1048–9 (3), 1058–9, 1061–5, 1096–7, 1103, 1107, 1115–16, 1119 (see Notes), 1121–2, 1126, 1139–40, 1143, 1155 (2 ii., 4), 1174–6, 1211, 1227, 1243 (2), 1380, 1410 (4). App. 14:—g. 1417 (3).

-, -, letter from, 1009.

-, -, letters to, 1046, 1175.

-, -, a servant of, 1035, 1044.

Bowling (Bollyng), Yorks, letter dated at, 695, 733, 929 viii.

Bowman, Thos., his wife and daughter, 1489.

Bownde. See Bonde.

Bowness (Bonys), Cumb., 1331.

Bowraby. See Borrowby.

Bowtton, John, priest, 647, 841:—App. 10. [See Notes].

Bowyer, Ric., alias Strilley, letter from, 75.

- (Bower), Wm., sheriff of London (1536–7), 19 (see Notes), 465, 1419 iii.

- (Bower), Thos., 974–5 (fo. 4).

Boxford (Bexford), Suff., 625.

Boxgrave, Suss., 1468.

-, priory of, 1468:—App. 2.

Boyne, the river, in Ireland, 1415.

Boys, Thos., letter from, 34.

Brabazon, William, treasurer of the army in Ireland ("Mr. Treasurer"), 1, 2, 101–2, 208, 257, 266, 281–2, 382 (3), 521, 574 (p. 229), 630, 709, 915, 933–4 i, ii, 1149–50, 1157, 1248.

-, -, sig. of, 915, 1150.

-, -, his accounts, 630, 934.

Brabazon (Brabsun), —, Cromwell's servant, 1244 (p. 505).

-, John, 521 (p. 211), 1157 (p. 465).

Brachie, Robt., rector of Dymchurch, 447.

Brackley, Ntht., 970 (p. 394).

Bracy, —, 32.

Bradeley. See Bradley.

Bradenham East (Estbradenham), Norf., letter dated at, 518.

Bradenstoke priory, Wilts, 1054.

-, letter dated at, 1054.

-, prior of. See Snow, Wm.

Bradfeld, near Carlisle, 1331.

Bradfield, John, of Guisnes, 1289.

Bradford, Yorks., 1392.

Bradford, Brian, 1112–13.

-, Chr., 522.

-, Rodolphus, Latimer's chaplain, 60, 1374.

-, -, sig. of, 60.

Brading (Bardyng), alias Brearding in the Isle of Wight, g. 1217 (6).

Bradley (Chesh. ?), letters dated at, 855.

Bradley Haverstoe, Linc., wapentake of, 971.

Bradley (Bradeley), Chr., 1286, 1292.

-, Marm., abbot of Fountains, letter from, 342.

-, or Brodley, Thos., subprior of Barlings, 805, 827 ii., 828 v.

Bradshawe, Sir Roger, 895, 1251 (2).

-, -, letter to, 895.

-, Thos., chaplain, 51.

Bradwell, Suff., g. 385 (7).

Braintree (Brantry), Essex, 436, 471.

Brakenbury (Brakynbery), Ant., letter from, 878.

Bramston. See Braunston.

Bramston, Mr., Cromwell's servant, 237. qu. Barnardiston, q. v.

Branborowe alias Spiser, Ric., letter from, 809.

Brancepeth (Branspeth), Dham., letter dated at, 945.

Brandling, R., mayor of Newcastle, letter from, 1372.

Brandon ferry, Norf., 659.

Bransby (Bransbe), Dr., 1336.

Branshe, John, 140.

Branspeth. See Brancepeth.

Brantry. See Braintree.

Brantwhet alias Browne, George, 920.

Braunston (Bramston), Rutl., g. 519 (13),

Bray, French town on the Flemish frontier, 147 (p. 62).

Bray, Edmund lord, 5 (2), 104, 139 i., iv., 580 (pp. 232, 234, 236), 670, 844 ii.:— g. 1417 (5 bis).

Brayneford. See Brentford.

Braytoft, Linc., 975.

Brayton (Braiton), Yorks., vicar of. See Maunsell, Thos.

Brazil, in America, 1461 n.

Breamore (Brymmer), Hants, g. 1217 (6).

-, priory of, g. 1217 (6).

-, last prior of. See Finche, Wm.

Brecknock, in Wales, 1370, 1428:—g. 943 (13).

-, Black Friars of, 1428.

Bredenarde, in Flanders, 482, 507.

Breenys or Breenes. See O'Briens.

Breerton. See Brereton.

Brekehed, Ralph, 1319.

Brekett, Edw., g. 1417 (5).

Bremelcom (Bremylcome), Wm., John Basset's tutor, 47 (p. 28), 62, 1072.

Brenes or Brennes, the. See O'Briens.

Brentford (Brayneford), Midd., g. 1417 (20).

Brereton, Wm. (executed May 1536), 489, 917, 1024 n.:—g. 385 (2, 29), 943 (1).

Brereton, Henry, s. and h. of Wm., g. 385 (29).

-, Randolph, baron of the exchequer of Chester (deputy chamberlain), 934.

-, Rondle, dec., 1310.

-, (Breerton), Sir Ranulph, 1310 n.:— g. 385 (7).

-, Urian, 1024:—g. 1217 (7).

-, Sir Wm., deputy chamberlain of Chester, 630, 787, 934, 1212, 1253, 1410 (3).

-, -, letter from, 630.

-, -, letters to, 787, 1212 (2).

Breslave, Jacomyn de, 381 C.

Breton ships. See under Ships.

Brettan, Henry, priest, 651.

Breuern. See Bruern.

Brewer (Bruer), John, 1495.

Brewton. See Bruton.

Breyan. See Brian.

Breyar or Bryer, Wm., confession of, 841.

Brian (Bryant, Bryan, Breyan), Sir Francis, 13, 28 (p. 16), 29, 151–2, 160, 225, 250, 362, 510, 615, 642, 656, 658, 714, 717 (4), 725, 728, 756, 768, 774, 780, 803, 808, 824, 833, 844–5, 883, 888, 913, 938 (2), 979, 989, 1004, 1016, 1018, 1026, 1034, 1036, 1061, 1079, 1085–6 (p. 437), 1087, 1094, 1097, 1103–4, 1120, 1155 (5), 1166, 1196–7, 1205–7, 1224, 1227 (p. 496), 1236, 1242, 1244 (p. 505), 1267, 1410 (p. 562), 1451:—App. 9:—g. 943 (21), 1417 (5 bis).

-, -, letters from, 160, 250, 362, 510, 989, 1079, 1087, 1267.

-, -, sig. of, 728, 979, 1004, 1034, 1103–4.

Brian (Bryan), Lady Margaret, widow of Sir Thomas, and wife of David Zouche, 117, 203.

-, -, letter from, 203.

Brian, Mr., 1254.

Bridges or Bruges (Brigges, Abridges, Abruges, Brugges), Sir John, 580, (1, 2), 641, 837:—g. 1217 (23).

Bridges or Brigys, Hen., 580 (p. 234), 643.

-, Ric., 580 (p. 234).

-, Thos., g. 1217 (20).

Bridget, Mrs. See Plantagenet, B.

Bridgewater, Som., 272, 405.

-, dean of. See Cowche, John.

Bridlington (Birlington), Yorksh., prior of, App. 16.

Briefs. See Bulls and briefs.

Brige, John, dec., g. 385 (7).

Brigges. See Bridges.

Brignolles (Brunolles), in Provence, 328, 437.

-, letter dated at, 284.

Brigys. See Bridges.

Brikelbank, Wm., g. 943 (11).

Brimeshope. See Brinsop.

Brinkburn (Brynkborn) priory, Nthld., 481.

Brinsop (Brynshope, Brimeshope), Heref., 412.

Brinton, Norf., g. 202 (1).

Brion, Ph. Chabot sieur de, Admiral of France, 80, 422, 686, 763, 1183, 1389.

Bristol (Bristow), Soms., 778, 923:—App. 16:—g. 202 (3).

-, abbot of St. Augustine's, App. 16.

-, St. Mary Magdalen's hospital (suppr.), 307.

Briston, Norf., g. 202 (1).

Brocklesby (Brokylsby), Robt., 706.

Brodewater, Dors., g. 202 (37).

Brodley. See Bradley.

Broke. See Brooke.

Broke or Brooke, Ralph, letter from, 1289.

-, Robt., g. 1417 (15).

-, Thos., 1419.

Brokeburrow Park, Beds., keeper of, 362.

Brokesborne. See Broxbourn.

Brokesby, Thos., g. 202 (13 N).

Brokett (Broket), Edw., 354, 580 (p. 234–5):— g. 1217 (8).

Brokylsby. See Brocklesby.

Brome mill in Little Dunmow, g. 202 (36).

Brome (Browne, Broune), Sir John, of Oxfordshire, 446, 580 (pp. 232, 234):— g. 1217 (20).

Bromeley. See Bromley.

Bromeyerd. See Bromyard.

Bromfield (Bromfelde, Bromefyld), Denb., 509, 1493:—g. 385 (2), 943 (1), 1217 (7).

Bromfyld, Thos., 168 (p. 74).

Bromley, Mr., 1255.

-, Ric., prior of St. Mary's, Leicester, 26 (sig).

- (Bromeley), Thos., 459, 580 (p. 235):— g. 1417 (15).

Brompton, Thos., 879 (2).

Bromsgrove (Bromysgrove), Worc., 1286, 1429.

-, parish priest of. See Horwood, Wm.

-, priory of, 1429.

Bromwight or Bromwhite, Robt., one of the parsons of Nether Toynton, 975 (fo. 2, 5).

Bromyard (Bromeyerd), Heref., g. 202 (10).

Brooke (Broke), St. Mary, Rutl., g. 519 (13).

-, priory (supp.) of, g. 519 (13). See also Broke.

Brothers, Wm., 1419 iii.

Brough (Burgh), Westmld., g. 202 (34).

Brought, lord. See Borough, lord.

Broughton (Browghton), Hants, 301 (2):— g. 202 (29).

Broughton, Thos., 26.

Broune. See Brown.

Broune, Sir John. See Brome.

Brouneswike. See Brunswick.

Browndowne, near Colchester, g. 519 (9).

Browne (Brown) Sir Anthony, 398, 461, 580 (p. 233), 715, 717 (p. 279), 747, 750, 754–5, 765–70, 776, 780, 788, 800, 803, 817, 822–4, 831, 833, 835, 837–8, 843–4, 883, 902, 913, 938 (2), 979, 989, 990, 1004–5, 1061, 1075–6, 1085, 1095, 1097, 1103–4, 1128, 1169, 1187, 1196, 1205–6, 1210, 1227 (p. 496), 1234, 1239, 1406 (p. 558):—App. 8, 9.

-, -, letters from, 461, 1075.

-, -, letters to, 766, 788, 1076.

-, -, sig. of, 755, 776, 902, 979, 989, 1004–5, 1103–4.

Browne, Dr. George, Abp. of Dublin, prior of Austin Friars, London, and master of his order, 1, 120, 135 (p. 56), 196, 200, 705, 709, 853 (p. 342), 915, 1150, 1157 (p. 465), 1182 (2), 1216, 1248.

-, -, letter from, 120.

-, -, sig. of, 915, 1150.

Browne, Brown or Broun, Mr., 403.

-, —, of Hull, 818.

-, —, of Ireland, 1249 (p. 510).

-, Francis, J. P., g. 202 (13).

-, George, alias Brantwhet, 920.

-, -, his wife Isabel, 920 (2).

-, Humph., king's serjeant-at-law, 381 B, 580 (p. 234–5), App. 1:—g. 202 (9).

-, James, 920.

-, Sir John. See Brome, Sir John.

-, John, 580 (1, 2, p. 233), 670:— g. 202 (9), 1417 (1).

-, John, of Dublin, 847.

-, John, of Louth, son of Robert, 854, 1177.

-, -, his confession, 854.

-, Sir Matthew, 580 (pp. 233, 235 bis), 1452:—App. 8.

-, Nich., of Boston, g. 202 (20).

-, Ric., 580 (6).

-, Robt., J. P., g. 202 (13).

-, Robt., of Louth, 568, 828 xii., 853, 854 (p. 344).

-, Robt., vicar of Hallington, 975 (fo. 3).

-, Robt., 259 ii., 1255.

-, Robt., of Suffolk, 580 (4).

-, Thos., 276.

-, Thos., attorney, 920 (2).

-, Sir Weston, 1256.

-, Wm., mercer, letter from, 1451.

Broxbourn (Brokesborne), Herts, g. 519 (12).

Bruce (Bruss), Andrew, 462.

Bruche, Ric., 1251 (2).

Brudenell, Thos., g. 202 (13 bis), 1217 (16, 23).

Bruer. See Brewer.

Bruern (Breuerne) Abbey, Oxon, dissolution of, 641.

-, letter dated at, 631.

Bruges, in Flanders, 314, 345.

Bruges or Brugges, Sir John. See Bridges.

Brugge, Thos., 1328.

Bruisyard (Brusyard) Abbey, Suff., 347.

-, abbess of. See Page, Mary.

Brunolles. See Brignolles.

Brunswick (Brouneswike), duke of, 779 (p. 300).

Brusechetto, Antonio, g. 1417 (4).

Bruss. See Bruce.

Brussels, 713, 1296.

-, letters dated at, 184, 1275.

-, news from, 713.

Brusset, Ant., letters from, 420, 471, 492.

Brusyard. See Bruisyard.

Brutescourt, Heref., g. 202 (10).

Bruton (Brewton), Soms., abbot of, App. 16.

Bryant. See Brian.

Brydde, —, 1347 (p. 541).

Brydok, Thos., 947 (2).

Bryer or Breyar, Wm., confession of, 841.

Brygette, Mrs. See Plantagenet, Bridget.

Brymmer. See Breamore.

Bryn, the, 1251 (2).

Brynglyngton, Leic., g. 519 (13).

Brysco, John, of Hythe, 263.

Brysseley. See Pryseley.

Baussae (Sir T. Butler's place), 841.

Bucer, Martin, the reformer, 1246.

Buckan, Surr., g. 202 (5).

Buckenham (Bokenham) priory, Norf., dissolution of, App. 6.

Buckfastleigh or Buckfast (Bukfast), Devon, abbot of, 670.

Buckingham (Bukkingham), 776.

Buckingham, archdeaconry of, 1469.

-, archdeacon of. See Layton, Ric.

Buckingham, Edward Stafford, duke of (beheaded 1521), 1143,(p. 458), 1160, 1451.

-, -, his heirs, 1143 (p. 458).

-, -, his lands, 1451.

-, -, his wife, 1160n.

Buckinghamshire, 353, 580 (pp. 232, 234, 236), 844, 1410 (p. 562):—g. 1217 (23), 1417 (5).

-, sheriff of. See Longvyle, Thos.

Buckland (Buklond), Robt., 580 (6).

Buckmaster (Bukmastre), Wm., 60, 325.

-, -, sig. of, 60.

Bucler (Bouchier), Walter, 63, 337, 344, 472.

-, -, letters from, 64, 344, 472.

Bug, —, 969.

Bukkingham. See Buckingham.

Buklond. See Buckland.

Bukmastre. See Buckmaster.

Bukton. See Boughton.

Bukwith, John, g. 1417 (23).

Bulbarton, 940.

Bulbeke (Bullebeck), John de Vere, lord, eldest son of the earl of Oxford, App. 9.

Bulborn Haywood, Hants., g. 1217 (6).

Bulkeley, Dr. Arthur, 1055, 1329.

-, Charles, 580 (p. 234).

-, Katharine, abbess of Godstow, letter from, 570.

- Sir Ric., acting chamberlain of N. Wales, sheriff of Carnarvonshire, 310. 525, 1055, 1150 (p. 462), 1272, 1329:— g. 385 (16).

-, -, letters from, 525, 1055, 1272, 1329.

-, -, his priest, 1329.

-, -, his son and heir apparent, 1272,

-, -, Wm., brother of Sir Richard, 1272, 1329.

Bullayne. See Boleyn.

Bulle, —, 1498 (5).

Bullebeck. See Bulbeke.

Bullok, Robt., 580 (6).

Bulls and briefs (papal dispensations, &c.), 148 (p. 65), 255, 1161:—g. 1217 (22).

-, office concerning, 255, 1161:—g. 1217 (22).

-, bull of privation against Henry VIII., 1160.

Bullyngbroke. See Bolingbroke.

Bulman, Thos., prior of Weybourne, App. 5.

Bulmer (Boulmer), Sir John, 688 (3), 1135 (2), 1295, 1408.

-, -, letter from, 1408.

-, -, letter to, 1295.

-, Ralph, 164 (2), 1408.

-, Sir Ralph, 1155 (4), 1243 (2).

-, Sir Wm., 164 (4), 1295, 1408.

-, -, letter to, 1408.

- (Bowmer), Sir Wm., jun., 1469.

Bulneby, Godfrey, 842 (3, p. 335).

Bulstrode, Geo., 580 (p. 234):—g. 1417 (5).

Bumpstede, lands in Dunmow, g. 202 (36).

Bungay (Bongay), Suff., Nunnery (supp.) of, 434.

Buntingford, Herts, 920 (2).

-, letter dated at, 638.

Burbage, Wilts, g. 202 (29).

Burbonius, a Frenchman, 381 A.

Burchardus, Francis, vice-chancellor of Saxony, 185 n.

Burchett, Thos., heretic, 1424.

Burdett, —, 1406 (p. 558).

-, Ric., 522.

-, Wm., g. 943 (15).

Bureaby. See Borrowby.

Bures, Essex, g. 519 (8).

Bures ad Montem, Essex, g. 202 (45).

Burey, Mons. de, French captain in Turin, 1305 (p. 529).

Burgayn. See Burgoyn.

Burgeney or Burgevenny. See Abergavenny.

Burgh, Cumb., 1331.

Burgh, Westmld. See Brough.

Burgh. See Borough.

Burgh, Irish name. See Burke.

Burghe. See Borough.

Burghill, Herf., 412.

Burght. See Borough.

Burgius, —, executed, 1445.

-, -, his wife, 1445.

Burgonyons. See Burgundians.

Burgos, in Spain, council at, 286, 368 (misprinted "consuls").

Burgoyn (Burgayn), Robt., 176, 841.

-, -, sig. of, 176.

Burgundians (Burgonyons), the. See Flanders, Army of.

Burgundy, duchy of, 147 (p. 63), 285 (p. 120), 304, 383, 389 (p. 160), 479 (p. 194).

Burgundy, the dukes of, 239.

Burke (a Burgh), Ulick, 259 ii.

Burkes (Borkes), the Irish family, 281.

Burnal, Ant., 1201.

Burnby (Burneby), Yorks, g. 519 (1).

Burne. See Bourne.

Burneby. See Burnby.

Burneholme, Yorks, g. 519 (1).

Burnham, Essex, g. 202 (36).

Burnsall in Craven, Yorks, 1299.

Burraby, Burreby, or Burrobe. See Borrowby.

Burrowe. See Borough.

Burscough (Boriscogh), priory, Lanc., 517, 1118.

Burton, near Lincoln, 828 viii.

Burton, Suss., letter dated at, 707.

Burton, Lanc., near Kirkby Lonsdale, 841.

Burton, 1077. See Barton upon Humber.

Burton, John, of St. Giles, letter from, 1452.

-, -, his wife, 1452.

-, Sir John, 522.

Burton Bishop (Busshopburton), Yorks, g. 519 (1).

Burton Cherry (Cheriburton), Yorks, 879 (2):—g. 519 (1).

Burton Lazar hospital, Leic., 273.

Burton-upon-Trent, Staff., 1028.

Burwell, Linc., 975 (fo. 3).

Burwell, Ric., 975 (fos. 2, 4).

Bury St. Edmunds, Suff., 727.

-, abbey of, 642, 659.

-, -, John, abbot of, 580, (p. 234–5), 659:—App. 16:—g. 385 (31).

Bury, John, 381 B.

Busie, M., French captain, 235.

Busshemade priory, Beds., letter dated at, 425.

Busshey, Edm., g. 202 (13).

Busshopburton. See Burton Bishop.

Busshope. See Bishop.

Bustard, Ant., g. 1217 (20).

Butler, lord James, Ossory's eldest son, lord treasurer of Ireland, 69, 90, 199, 256–7, 258, 266, 281, 333, 350, 915, 934, 1149–50, 1157.

-, -, letter from, 281.

-, -, sig. of, 256–7, 350.

Butler, Piers. See Ossory, earl of.

Butler, —, of Gloucestershire, 580 (2).

-, —, messenger, 921.

-, Anne, widow of Sir James St. Leger. See St. Leger, lady.

-, Edmund. See Cashel, abp. of.

-, John, brother to lord Dunboyne, 1150.

-, John, of Ipswich, 1309.

-, Nich., 1251 (2).

-, Sir Philip, 580 (pp. 232–4).

- (Botler), Sir Thomas, of Ireland, 259 ii.

- (Boteler), Sir Thos., 841, 919, 1019, 1251 (2), 1253.

-, -, letter from, 1019,

-, -, letter to, 919.

-, -, his lands, 841.

-, Thos., g. 519 (8).

-, Thomas, son of Edmund, 1150.

-, Wm., g. 1417 (23, 25).

Butlers, the Irish family, 1150.

Butley, priory of, Suff., 1357, 1377.

-, letter dated at, 1377.

-, a canon of, 1357.

-, prior of. See Mannynge, Thos.

Butterwike, Wm., 331.

Buttes (Butte), William, the King's physician, 11, 1404:—g. 202 (1).

Button (Botton), —, 31, (p. 18), 46, 143, 413–14, 573 (p. 228).

-, Mr., 364, 830.

-, Wm., 580 (p. 234).

"Bybbys making," knives of, 1403.

Bycroft (Becroft), Barth., 805, 828 v.

Byerden. See Berdin.

Byfleet Surr., letter dated at, 461.

Byleigh Abbey, dissolution of, App. 1.

-, abbot of (John Copsheth), App. 1.

Byllyngsbroke. See Bolingbroke.

Bylsby. See Billesby.

Bylston. See Bildeston.

Bynge, Rob., g. 943 (13).

Bynham, dan Thos., of St. Albans, 354.

Bynhome mill, near Pershore, 141.

Byrcham, —, 32.

Byrchenshawe, John, abbot of Chester, letter from, 1454.

Byrnes (Birnes), the, Irish family, 521 (p. 211), 574, 1414.

Byrnton, Rob., letter from, 1188.

-, -, his brothers, William and John, and sisters, 1188.

Byron (Byrren), Sir John, 562:—g. 1217 (23).

Byskethorp. See Biscathorpe.

Byspyn, Thos., 1424.

Bytham, Little, Linc., 587 (3).

Bywaters, Wm., 828 i. (2), 967.



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