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'Index: D', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 11: July-December 1536 (1888), pp. 629-634. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75504 Date accessed: 31 October 2014.


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D—, Wm., of Boston, 973.

Dachant, —, 1372.

Dacre of the North, Wm. lord, of Greystoke or Gilsland, 104, 139 ii., iv., 477, 530 (5), 647, 673, 846, 1046 (3), 1096, 1207, 1243, 1331:—App. 10 note.

-, -, letters from, 477, 647.

Dacre of the South, Thomas Fienes, lord, 5, 104, 139 ii., iv., 580 (2, 5), 670:—App. 9.

Dacre or Dacres, Sir Chr., 1331.

-, Ric., 1249, 1331.

-, Robt., 580 (pp. 234–5), 1419.

-, Thomas, 934 bis, 1249 n.

Dacres, the, Cumberland family, 1331.

Daffrencloid. See Dyffryncloid.

Daill. See Dale.

Dakyn, George, 237.

-, John, vicar general of York, letters from, 1279, 1284.

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

Dalarivers. See Delaryver.

Dalawar. See Lawarr.

Dale, —, 1402.

-, Thos., 842 (3).

- (Daill), Wm., Cromwell's servant, 342.

Dales (Dalles, Dalys), —, Hussey's servant, 620, 852.

Dalmatian bishop, a, 70.

Dalton North, Yorks., g. 519 (1).

Dalys. See Dales.

Dalyson, Wm. (qu. Edw. ?), of Lincolnshire, 971.

-, -, letter from, 706.

Damme, in Friesland, 505.

Damporte, Wm., g. 1217 (23).

Danaster (Danaster, Darnester), John, 580 (p. 235), 1452:—App. 8.

Danby (Danbie), Sir Chr., 522, 729 (p. 283), 760 (2), 826, 928, 1045, 1155 (4).

Dancaster. See Doncaster.

Dance. See Daunce.

Dandino, Girolamo, letters to, 711, 848.

Dandolo (Dandalus), Matteo, 229 (p. 100).

Danester. See Danaster.

Dankaster. See Doncaster.

Dantzic (Danske), 1474.

Darbie. See Derby.

Darcy (Darssy, Dercy), Thomas lord, of Templehurst, letters from, 563–6, 605–6, 627, 664, 692, 695 ii., 729, 734, 739, 760–1, 912, 928–9, 929 (2), 1045–6, 1049, 1096, 1107, 1116, 1122–3, 1140, 1167–8, 1209–10, 1293, 1307–8, 1335–7.

-, -, letters to, 215, 592, 598, 604 611, 635, 646, 663 (2), 670 (6), 675 678, 687, 694–5, 706, 731, 740, 749, 757, 781, 807, 899, 900, 924, 929, 949, 960, 995, 1007, 1009, 1014, 1050–1, 1058, 1065, 1068, 1080, 1088, 1112–13, 1117, 1121, 1127–8, 1134, 1139, 1141, 1147, 1153, 1187, 1300, 1320.

-, -, other references to, 21, 104, 139 ii., iv., 522, 533, 569, 576, (p. 230 n), 580 (5), 625, 662–3, 689, 716, 723, 726, 728, 741–2, 747–8, 752, 758–9, 762, 768–9, 774, 826, 841 (p. 333), 846, 901, 909, 911, 916, ii., 945, 947, 957, 966, 990, 997, 1017, 1026–7, 1042, 1044, 1048, 1059, 1062–4, 1067, 1070, 1077, 1085–6, 1114, 1120, 1124, 1138, 1143, 1154–5, 1162, 1170, 1205–6, 1225, 1234, 1253, 1261, 1306 (2), 1368, 1402, 1408, 1410 (3):—App. 14:— g. 1217 (19).

-, -, his house (qu. Templehurst?), 1402.

-, -, handwriting of, 522, 916 ii., 929, 945, 1027, 1042, 1049 (3), 1128, 1155 (3), 1306 (2).

-, -, his letter books, 929 (1, 2).

-, -, his son's children, 1086 (pp. 436–7).

Darcy, Anth., 580 (p. 233):—g. 202 (9).

-, Sir Arthur, second son of lord Darcy, 563, 565–6, 592, 605, 687–8, 692–3, 729, 739, 741, 748–52, 760–1, 784–5, 864, 872, 909, 929 i., ii., iii., xi., xviii., xix., xxiii., 1026, 1047:—App. 11:— g. 202 (12), 519 (4).

-, -, letters from, 592, 729.

-, -, letters to, 605, 741, 1047.

-, -, remembrance for, 760 (2).

-, Sir George, eldest son of lord Darcy, sheriff of Yorkshire (1535–6), 237, 688 (3), 729, 741, 909, 924, 929 xxiii., 1027, 1047, 1059 (Mr. Darcye), 1067, 1155 (2), 1337, 1402, 1408:—App. 11.

-, -, letter from, 729.

-, -, letters to, 741, 1027.

-, Thos., 164 (2).

-, Sir Thos., 580 (p. 233), 670:— g. 202 (9).

Darell, Mr., 982.

-, Paul, g. 1417 (5).

Darius, Silvester, 1374.

Darley (Derlegh), Derb., letter dated at, 273.

Darnester. See Danaster.

Darrington. the dean of, 1402.

Darssy. See Darcy.

Dartewich. See Droitwich.

Dartford, Kent, letter dated at, 1326.

-, priory of, 1322–6.

-, -, prioress of. See Cressener, Eliz.

-, -, prioress of (election), 1324–6.

Dartmouth, Devon, 1490.

Dasset, John, abbot of St. James', Northampton, 87.

Daubeney (Dawbeney), Harry lord, 104, 139 i., iv.:—g. 202 (9).

Daunce or Dauncey (Dance, Dauncye), Sir John, surveyor of Crown lands, 45, 580 (pp. 233–4), 1410:—g. 1217 (12, 20), 1417 (5).

Daunce (Dauntesey, Daunsy), Wm., the alderman, 1220, 1419 ii.

Daundy, Robt., of Ipswich, 1309.

Dauphin, the, 285 (p. 121), qu. Fortt. See Francis; also Henry, duke of Orleans, afterwards Dauphin.

Dauphiné (Dophine, Dolphynye), in France, 15 (p. 13), 82, 147 (p. 62), 285 (p. 120), 383.

Dauson. See Dawson.

Daventry (Deyntre), Ntht., 1406 (p. 558).

David, Hugh, g. 385 (2).

-, Matth. ap, 385 (19).

Davie, servant to Sir Thos. Lestrange, 1260.

Davies, Wm., g. 1417 (5).

Davy, —, a weaver of Horncastle, 828 i. (2).

-, John Grono, 696.

-, John, 1369.

-, Sir John, g. 1417 (5).

-, Ric., paymaster clerk at Dover, 275, 1254.

-, -, letter to, 1254.

-, Robt., 259 ii.

-, Thos., 1402.

Davyson, Wm., 975 (fo. 3).

Dawbeney. See Daubeney.

Dawes, Edw., clerk of the storehouse at Dover, 1254, 1259.

Dawkins, Dr., 273.

Dawnay, —, 1337.

Dawnye, Sir John. App. 11.

Dawson (Dauson), —, of Middle Rasen, 975 (fo. 8).

-, Jas., 827, 842 (4), 972.

Dawtry, Dawtrie, Dawtrey:—

-, Fras., 580.

-, Sir John, 580 (pp. 232–4), 670.

-, Thos., g. 1417 (23).

Day, Daye or Dey, John, bellman of Boston, 920 (2).

-, Ric., 362.

-, Thos., 302.

-, Thos., of Braytoft, 975.

-, Thos., prior of Leeds, g. 519 (20).

Daylby, John, letter to, 1188.

-, -, his wife, 1188.

Dean, East (Estdeane), cum Huddestrete, Hants, g. 202 (29).

Dean, West (Westdene), Suss., g. 202 (37).

Dedham, Essex, g. 519 (8).

Dedych, Ric., 1429.

Dee, Owen, 580 (6).

Deer, 1088, 1299.

Dekeson, Roger, g. 943 (4).

Delahyde, James, 382.

De la Warr (Lawarr, Dalawar, or Delawarr), Thos. West lord, 5, 104, 139 i., iii., 523, 580 (pp. 232, 234, 236), 670, 1383, 1468:—App. 16.

-, -, letters from, 523, 1383.

De la Warr (Lawarr), Eliz. lady, wife of the preceding, 1468.

-, dowager lady, 139 i., iv.

Delaryver (Dalarivers), Thos., 164 (2):— g. 385 (4).

Delasus, Bernard, 1334.

Delft, Cornille van der, his widow and children, 78.

Delvyn (Delwyn), Ric. Nugent baron of, 281, 934, 1150.

-, -, signature of, 1150.

-, -, his son, 281.

Demisel, Alex., 292.

Demoke. See Dymmoke.

Demsies, the, Irish family, 1414.

Denbigh, g. 943 (13, 15).

-, chancellorship and chamberlainship of (see Salisbury, John), 310:—g. 385 (18).

-, exchequer of, g. 385 (18).

Dendake (?), —, of Beverley, 841 (p. 333).

Denerdake, Cornw., 135.

Denham, Wm., alderman, 1419 iii. See also Dynham.

Denis, father. See Dionysius.

Denizations and denizens, 413, 573 (p. 228), 1397:—g. 1217 (2, 27), 1417 (4, 6).

Denmark, 76, 441 (p. 177), 505.

-, the Danish bishops, 505.

Denmark, king of. See Christiern III.

Dennemede, 463.

Dennis, Dennes, Dennyse, Denyse:—

-, John, 1467.

-, Philip, 1467.

-, Ric., 879 (2).

-, Sir Thos., 580 (pp. 232, 234), 670, 1330.

-, -, letter from, 1330.

-, Sir Walt., 580 (2), 623:—g. 1217 (23).

Denny (Denney) nunnery, Camb., g. 385 (35).

-, Eliz. Throgmorton abbess of, g. 385 (35).

Denny, Ant., 430, 516:—g. 519 (12).

Dent, Yorks, 563 (2), 564, 604, 692 (2), 760 (2), 841 (pp. 332–3), 928, 1060, 1135, 1155 (2), 1246.

Denton, John, 580 (p. 234):—g. 1217 (20, 24).

-, Thos., g. 1217 (24).

Denyse. See Dennis.

Deodati, Nic., 499.

Depas, Nic., of St. Johns, 77.

Depe. See Dieppe.

Depontez, M., 1436.

Deptford alias West Greenwich, Kent, 1426.

Deptford Strand, Kent, 168 iii.

Derby, 1028–9, 1042, 1063, 1126.

Derby, archdeaconry of, 349.

Derby (Darbic, Darby), Edw. Stanley earl of, 139 i., iii., 517, 580 (p. 236), 634–5, 678, 703, 715, 719, 747, 783, 806–7, 841 (p. 333), 856–60, 872 iii., 892 (2), 894–7, 899–901, 919, 922, 928, 947–8, 992, 1010, 1022, 1031, 1045–6 (3), 1060, 1064 (2), 1066, 1074, 1092, 1096–7, 1118, 1134, 1140, 1153–4, 1178, 1187, 1209, 1212, 1227 (p. 496), 1228, 1230, 1232, 1236, 1251–3, 1410 (3).

-, -, letters from, 517, 703, 856–8, 872 iii., 947–8, 1060, 1066, 1092, 1118, 1212 (3), 1251–2.

-, -, letters to, 634, 719, 783, 806 ii., 894, 901, 992, 1031, 1074, 1154, 1178.

-, -, commission to, 806.

-, -, signature of, 1230 iii.

-, -, his aunt, 1253.

-, -, book of his musters, 1251 (2).

Derby, Dorothy countess of, letter from, 51.

Derby, Thomas Stanley first earl of (1485– 1504), 1493.

Derby, countess dowager of, 139 i., iv.

Derby (Darbie), Edw., archd. of Stowe, 939.

-, Thomas, clerk of the Council, handwriting of, 579 (2), 620 ii., 670 (5), 716, 747–9, 756–7, 817, 826, 850 ii., 879 (2).

Derbyshire, 562, 580 (p. 235), 589:—g. 202 (23), 519 (22), 1217 (23).

-, suppressed monasteries in, 335.

-, sheriff of (1536-7). See Fuljambe, Sir Godfrey.

Dercy. See Darcy.

Derham. See Durham.

Derike, John, g. 943 (4).

Derlegh. See Darley.

Derneford in Swiftelynge, Suff., g. 385 (17).

Desmond, earldom of, 199, 257, 266, 1149, 1332.

Desmond county, 259 (p. 110), 350.

Desmond, "my lord of." See Fitzgerald, James, son of Maurice.

Desmond (Dessemond), "the pretended earl of," called James of Desmond. See Fitzgerald, James, son of John.

Desmond, James of. See Fitzgerald, James, son of John.

-, Sir John of. See Fitzgerald, Sir John.

Desmonds, the, i.e., followers of James Fitzgerald FitzJohn, 69.

Desplegchem, George van, Flemish secretary, 1200.

Dessemond. See Desmond.

Desuerne (in Picardy?), 507.

Devaloys. See Valoys de.

Develin. See Dublin.

Devonshire, 579 (2), 580 (pp. 232, 234, 236), 951, 1222, 1410:—g. 519 (22), 1217 (23).

-, sheriff of (1536–7). See Carew, Sir George.

Dewblyn. See Dublin.

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

Dewisland (Dewes land) hundred, in co. Pemb., 1427.

Dewllyn See Dublin.

Dewsbury (Dewysburry), Yorks, 960, 1051.

-, constable of, 1051.

Dewshall (Deweswall), Heref., g. 202 (10).

Dey. See Day.

Deyman, John, g. 519 (18).

Deyn, Mr., letter to, 655. See Notes and Errata.

Deyntre. See Daventry.

Dieppe (Depe), in France, 418, 479 (p. 196), 512, 631, 916, 935.

-, letter dated at, 763.

-, admiral's lieutenant at. See Doublet, Jacques.

Dieppe, Jehan Ango, vicomte de, 631.

Dierick, Grauewen, 1158.

Digby, Sir Everard, g. 1217 (16).

-, Hen., g. 1217 (16).

Dighton, —, g. 1217 (23).

- (Dyghton, Dyton), Robt., 571, 828 i. (2), 842 (3), 853 ii., 967 i., v., 975.

-, -, letter from, 571.

Dilbridge Grange, in Colchester (places in named), g. 519 (9).

Dillon's land, in Ireland, 1416.

Dilston, Nthld., 504.

Dilwyn (Dyllwyn), Heref., 412.

Dilwyn (Dylwyn), John, dec., g. 1417 (9).

Dimchurch. See Dymchurch.

Dingley (Dingle), Sir Thos., commander of Baddesley and Mayne, letter to, 849.

Dinteville, Jean de, Bailly of Troyes, 7 (pp. 3, 9), 28, 36, 52, 228, 304.

Dionysius, Mr., or Father Denis. See Laurerius, D.

Disney, the, Lincolnshire family, 971 (p. 396).

Dispensations, the Act of, 1182 (p. 479).

Dixon, Thos., 827, 967 v.

Dockenfield (Dokynfeld) or Donfield, Hants, g. 202 (37).

Dockenfeld (Dokenfeld), John, g. 385 (7).

Dod, Randal, the Princess Mary's servant, 132, 1082, 1090.

Dodderhill beside Droitwich, Worc., 1429.

Doddington, Linc., parson of, 827 ii.

Dokenfeld or Dokynfeld. See Dockenfield.

Doket or Duket, Roger, 1155 (1, 2).

Dolman, —, of Fotherby, 968.

-, Alex., of Spilsby, 975 (fo. 6).

Dolphin (Dolfynne), the, i.e., Dauphin of France. See Francis and Henry.

Dolphynye. See Dauphine.

Domenger, John, 1334 ii.

Don (Doon. Dun, Donne, Doonne), the river in Yorkshire, 1028, 1038, 1042, 1044 (see Notes), 1063, 1086, 1124, 1136 (2), 1174, 1187, 1196, 1210, 1227 (pp. 495–6), 1228, 1241.

Doncaster (Dancaster, Dancastre, Dankaster), Yorks., 522, 663, 758–9, 774, 776, 841, 845–6, 850, 864 879 ii., 909 (see Notes), 930, 955, 972, 1017, 1026, 1028, 1038, 1044, 1051, 1086, 1096, 1114–17, 1121–2, 1128, 1136 (2), 1155, 1167, 1174, 1187, 1210, 1212 (3), 1226, 1232–3, 1239, 1243–4, 1271, 1276, 1293–4, 1300, 1308 1331 (p. 536), 1336, 1380, 1401–2:—g. 1217 (19).

-, letters dated at, 900–2, 910, 929 xxviii., 1146–7.

-, first meeting, and appointment taken, at (27 Oct.), 900–2, 912, 1014, 1045–6 (1, 3), 1049, 1058, 1061, 1063–5, 1079, 1086, 1096, 1112–13, 1116, 1121–3, 1139, 1141, 1153, 1167, 1175, 1223, 1227, 1294.

-, second meeting at (in December), 799, 997, 1014, 1061–5, 1103, 1115–16, 1122–3, 1125, 1127, 1134, 1138, 1140, 1147, 1154–5, 1167, 1171, 1187, 1196, 1205–7, 1209–11, 1223, 1225, 1232–4, 1243–4, 1246, 1285, 1288, 1293–4, 1299, 1308, 1311, 1319 (p. 536), 1336, 1399.

-, -, safe-conduct and commission for, 1125, 1205–6, 1209, 1223:— g. 1217 (19).

-, -, order or appointment taken at, 1285, 1288, 1293, 1299, 1311.

-, bridge of, 1026, 1038 (2), 1128, 1174.

-, mayor of, 774, 909, 1063.

Dondertoun, letter dated at, 1289.

Donfeld. See Dockenfield.

Doniland (Donylond), west. See Berechurch

Donmow. See Dunmow.

Donne, the river. See Don.

Donne, Dunne, Dune, Doonne:—

-, —, of Thornton, 827 ii. (qu. Thomas?).

-, Sir Edw., 580 (p. 234):—g. 1417 (5).

-, Sir Griffith, 580 (pp. 232–4).

-, Sir John, letter from, 811.

-, Thos., 818, 828 xii., 971 (p. 396).
-, See Donne, —.

-, Wm., 1260.

Donnington (Donyngton), Berks, g. 202 (43).

-, castle of, g. 202 (43).

-, park of, g. 202 (43).

-, paymasters' almshouse at, g. 202 (43).

Donnington (Donyngton), Heref., 412.

Donnington (Donyngton), Linc., 417.

-, vicar of, 968 (p. 390), 972.

Dontton. See Dunton.

Donyngton. See Donnington.

Doon or Doone. See Don and Donne.

Dophine. See Dauphiné.

Doria (Doreas), Andrea, prince of Melfi, the Emperor's Admiral, 15 (p. 13), 70, 179, 437 (p. 193), 479, 779 (p. 300–1).

Dorleance. See Doulens.

Dorley, Mr., 1392.

Dormer, Michael, alderman, 1419 iii.

-, Sir Robt., 580 (2):—g. 1217 (23), 1417 (5).

Dorrant, John, g. 943 (4).

Dorset, Henry Grey marquis, 139 ii., iv., 580 (5), 1426:—App. 9.

Dorset, Margaret, dowager marchioness of, letter from, 426.

Dorsetshire, 579 (2), 580 (pp. 232, 234, 236), 777, 1410:—g. 202 (9), 519 (22), 1217 (23).

-, sheriffwick of, 777.

-, sheriff of (1536–7). See Paulet, Sir Hugh.

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

Doublet, Jacques, letter from, 763.

Doudeley. See Dudley.

Douglas, Sir George, brother of Angus, letters to, 916, 935 (? see Notes).

Douglas (Dowglas), lady margaret, niece of Henry VIII., 48, 147 (p. 64), 293-4, 376, 815, 994, 1373, 1396, 1473.

-, -, letter from, 294.

-, -, petition of her servants, 1473.

Douglas, Sir Robert, of Lochleven, husband of Marg. Erskine, 8 (p. 10), 916.

Doulens or Dourlens (Dorleance), in Picardy, 1305 (p. 529).

Dounham. See Downham.

Dover, Kent, 7 (p. 9), 13, 31–4, 40 (p. 24), 46, 55, 61–3, 94, 108–9, 147 (p. 61), 184, 219, 232, 264, 289, 323, 331, 379, 381 A, 418, 573 (p. 228), 640, 714, 977, 1129, 1254.

-, letters dated at, 37, 99, 100, 145, 150–2, 275, 331, 1129 (?), 1321.

-, letter to the officers of, 977.

-, mayor of, 275, 289, 464.

-, French chapel at, 275, 289.

-, -, chaplain of. See Ponte, John de.

-, harbour of, 37, 303.

-, works and workmen on the harbour, 99, 275, 303, 331, 379, 381 A, 640, 714, 745, 1259, 1321.

-, -, comptroller of. See Wingfield, Thos.

-, -, paymaster of. See Whalley, John.

-, Maison Dieu, master of. See Tomson, John.

-, St. Peter's church, 289.

Dover Court (Dovecourt), Essex, g. 202 (45).

Doverdale, Ric., 407.

Dowce, —, 1157 (p. 465).

Downes, Geoff., chancellor of York Cathedral, signature of, 60.

Downham (Dounham), Camb., letter dated at, 1375.

Downs, the, 263.

Drake, Wm., 1260.

Draper, Robt., of the Mint, 1152, 1220:— App. 8.

-, Will., App. 8.

Drauer, Steph., App. 8.

Drax (Drakes), Yorks., 481.

Draycot, Sir Philip, 580 (p. 235), 1136 (2):— g. 1417 (3).

Drayton, John, 648.

Drenoultre, Sieur de (qu. Morbecque?), 471.

Drewry. See Drury.

Drogheda, in Ireland, 310.

-, St. John's priory, 1416 bis.

Droitwich (Dartewich), Worc., Dodderhill or Doverhill hospital, 1429.

Dromagh (Drommanaugh), in county Cork, 1150.

Drommor, in Ireland, 468.

Drope, Thos., 842 (3).

-, Wm., 842 (3, p. 335).

Drumlanrig, Sir Jas. Douglas, laird of, 400.

Drummond (Drumond), John, 916.

Drury, Robt., 580 (p. 234):—g. 1417 (5).

- (Drewry), Sir Wm., sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk (1536–7), 580 (pp. 233–4), 603, 625, 642, 659:—g. 1217 (23).

Dryland, Ant., 164 (2).

Dublin (Dulyng, Develin, Dewlyn), 2 (2), 69, 200, 259, 266, 281, 310, 333, 350, 382 (2), 521, 574, 1249, 1416.

-, letters dated at, 101–3, 120, 208, 540, 574, 709, 847, 915, 1150, 1156, 1248, 1346.

-, All Hallows priory, 1416.

-, castle of, 90, 847, 1249.

-, Christchurch (Cree Chyrche), Cathedral, 1248, 1416.

-, St. John's priory, 1416.

-, St. Maur (More) abbey, 1416.

-, St. Pulchre's, 1249.

-, St. Thomas Court priory, 521 (p. 211), 1416.

Dublin, abp. of. See Browne, George: also Allen, John (murdered 1534).

Dublin County, 259 (p. 110), 521, 915, 1414, 1416.

-, -, monasteries in, 1416.

Duckett's mansion, in Tottenham, g. 385 (29).

Dudley, Sir John Sutton, lord, 104.

Dudley, Sir John, sheriff of Staffordshire (1536–7), 357, 573, 580 (p. 233), 623, 793:—App. 8:—g. 1217 (23).

Dudley (Doudeley), Dr., 890.

-, Mr. 775.

-, Edward. See Sutton, Edw.

-, Thos., 510, 1144.

-, -, his elder brother, 1144.

Duffield, Wm., vicar of Barton-on-Humber, 1137.

Duke, Thos., vicar of Hornchurch, 1495.

Duket or Doket, Roger, 1155 (1, 2).

Dull, Walt., g. 1417 (7).

Dulyng. See Dublin.

Dummer, Hants, g. 202 (37).

Dun. See Don.

Dunbar, in Scotland, 916 i., ii., 935.

Dunbar, Gawin, abp. of Glasgow, Chancellor of Scotland, 512, 862.

Dunboyne, baron of, his brother. See Butler, John.

Dundalk, in Ireland, 310.

Dune. See Donne.

Duneham. See Dunholm.

Dunelmensis, Cuthb. See Tunstall, Cuthb.

Dungarvan, in Ireland, castle of, 574 (p. 229).

Dungleddy hundred, Pemb., 1427.

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

Dunholm (Duneham, Dunnam), lings, Linc., 828 xii., 853 (p. 342), 971 (p. 396).

Dunkirk, 286, 363, 456, 1158.

-, letters from the town of, 363, 456.

-, letters dated at, 292, 336, 991.

-, serjeant of the chamber of, 456.

-, vice-admiral or admiral lieutenant at. See Kant, Peter.

Dunmow, Essex, priory of (supp.), 57:— g. 202 (36).

-, household book of, 57.

-, prior of. See Schether, Geoff.

Dunmow Magna, Essex, g. 202 (36).

Dunmow Parva, Essex, g. 202 (36).

Dunmow, Thos., 580 (4).

Dunnam. See Dunholm.

Dunne. See Donne.

Dunsley, in the parish of Kinfare, letter dated at, 387.

Dunstable, Beds, 841 (p. 333).

Dunton (Dontton) manor, 135.

Durford, abbey of White Canons, App. 2.

Durham, 955, 1017, 1059, 1371–2.

-, cathedral, prior and convent of, 503, 877.

-, -, Thomas, prior of, g. 1417 (3).

-, sanctuary of, 503.

Durham, bp. of. See Tunstall, Cuthb.

-, -, suffragan of. See Sparke, Thos.

Durham, bishopric of ("the Bishopric"), 503, 955 (3), 1044, 1086 (p. 437), 1155 (2), 1207, 1235, 1276, 1294, 1337, 1372.

Durham (Derham), county palatine of, 993, 1155 (4), 1246 (p. 507).

Durham, archdeacon of. See Franklin, Wm.

-, prior of, App. 16.

Durley, Hants, g. 202 (29).

Durnall, Ric., 580 (6).

Dutton, Chesh., letters dated at, 486, 681, 1212, 1310.

Dutton, Sir Piers, sheriff of Cheshire (1535–6 and 1536–7), 486, 681, 787, 1019, 1212, 1253, 1310, 1410 (3), 1497: —g. 1217 (23).

-, -, letters from, 486, 681, 1212, 1310.

-, -, letters to, 787, 1212 (2, 3).

Duval, John, 1334.

Duyveland, in Low Countries, 1158.

Dwly, in Ireland, 468.

Dy . . . ., Wm., priest, 972 (p. 398).

Dyckers, John, 1111.

Dye, James, heretic, 1424.

Dyffryncloid (Daffrencloid), Denb., 509.

Dykey (?), John, g. 202 (22).

Dylcoke, Ric., 974 bis.

Dyllwyn. See Dilwyn.

Dymchurch (in Romney Marsh), Kent, 447.

-, rector of. See Brachie, Robt.

Dymmoke, Dymock, Dymokke, Demoke, Dymmok:—

-, —, broker, 1447.

-, Arthur, 571, 828 i. (2), 842 (3), 975:—App. 10.

-, -, letter from, 571.

-, Edw., sheriff of Lincolnshire, 571, 585, 620, 672, 706, 722, 728, 734, 752, 764, 805, 828 i. (2), v., vi., viii., 838, 842 (3), 853 (p. 342), 967, 973, 975 (fos. 1, 8).

-, -, letter from, 571.

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

-, Sir Lionel or Lyon, his banner, 828 i. (2), ii., 842 (4), 975 (fo. 8).

-, Ric., 975 (fo. 4).

-, Sir Robert, 590, 828 (2), 842 (3), 967.

-, Thos., 571, 706, 805, 828 i. (2), vi., 842 (3), 853 ii., 967, 973, 975.

-, -, letter from, 571.

Dymmokes, the, Lincolnshire family, 672, 722.

Dymock, Glouc., 412.

Dyneley, Wm., 525 (p. 212).

Dynham, John, letter from, 679.

-, -, his son, 679.

-, Wm., letters from, 810, 954.

Dynne, Robt., Audeley's servant, 1385, 1397.

-, -, letter from, 1385.

Dyscott (Heref.?), 412.

Dyton. See Dighton.

Dyve, Mons., 420.

Dyve, Sir John, 643.



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