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'Index: E', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 11: July-December 1536 (1888), pp. 635-637. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75505 Date accessed: 21 August 2014.


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Easebourne (Estbourne, Hestborne), Suss., g. 202 (37).

-, priory of, 128:—App. 2:—g. 202 (37).

-, prioress of. See Sackville, Marg.

Eastbourne (Esteborne), Suss., 300.

-, constable of, 300.

-, vicar of. See Hoo, Wm.

Easterford (Esterford), Essex, 603.

-, letters dated at, 601–2.

Easterling, an, 295.

East Ham, Essex, 1467.

Easthampstead (Esthampstede), Berks, 313: —g. 202 (4).

-, dates, g. 385 (37–8), 519 (2, 5, 17).

Easton (Eston), Ntht., near Stamford, 1219.

Eastry, Kent, parsonage of, 1053.

East (Eest) Swale (perhaps East Shelde, in Flanders), 1301.

East Thorpe (Estorpe, Escorpe), Essex, g. 943 (12), 1417 (26).

Eastwick (Estwik), in Burnham, Essex, g. 202 (36).

Easton (Eton) Tregoys, Heref., g. 202 (10).

Eatton. See Eton.

Ebor, Edw. See Lee, Edw., abp. of York.

Eccius. See Eckius.

Ecclesburn, Wilts, g. 1217 (6).

Echingham. See Ichingham.

Eckius (Eccius) John, 1422.

Eden, Ric., archd. of Middlesex and dean of Sudbury, 386.

Edgar (Edgair), Thos., 135, 1419.

"Edgare, Mons.," letter from, 324.

Edgecombe (Egecombe, Eggecombe) Sir Piers, 166, 580 (pp. 232, 234), 670, 978.

-, -, letters from, 166, 978.

Edgecott (Eggecote), Bucks (?), 135 (p. 56).

Edgeworth (Eggeworth), Glouc., g. 202 (10).

Edinburgh, 358 (p. 145), 366.

-, letters dated at, 462, 541, 1366.

Edlington (Hedlington), Linc., 828 vii.

Edmondes, Dr. John, sig. of, 60.

Edmunds (Edmonds, Edmondes, &c.):—

-, —, of Reading, 1406.

-, John, 1319:—g. 202 (9).

-, Thos., of the Chancery, 393.

-, Walter, 968 (p. 390).

Edrige, Peter, 1260.

Edward II., 1244.

Edward III., 1416.

Edward IV., 842.

Edward ap Ryce, John, g. 943 (13).

Edwardes, Henry, g. 943 (9).

Edwardstone, Suff., g. 202 (45).

Eest Swale. See under East.

Egecombe or Eggecombe. See Edgecombe.

Egelisfelde, Geo., letter from, 193.

Eggecote. See Edgecote.

Eggleton (Egelton), Heref., g. 202 (10).

Eglinton (Aglinton), Hugh Montgomery earl of, 512.

Eglyte, no doubt a misreading of the name Aglionby, q. v.

Eiton or Eyton, John, 500.

Eke, Alice, 407 (2 ii.).

Eland, Mr., of Hull, 1155 (2).

-, Robt., 522.

Elande. See Holy Island Priory.

Eldercarre. See Ellerker.

Eldon or Eltan (Nethereldon), in Sombourn, Hants., g. 202 (29).

Eleanor, queen of Henry III., 1439.

Eleanor, queen of Francis I., sister of Charles V., and widow of Emanuel of Portugal, 1389.

Eleen, Joan, 1476.

Eleyn, Wm., 854.

Elicampadus. See Œcolampadius.

Eling, Hants, g. 202 (29).

Eliot. See Elyott.

Elizabeth, queen of Henry VII., g. 202 (33).

Elizabeth, princess, daughter of Henry VIII. and Anne Boleyn (called by Imperialists "the Bastard"), 7 (p. 7), 29 (p. 17), 41, 64, 132, 203, 219 (p. 96), 312, 320, 423, 500, 639 n, 860 (p. 346), 1291.

-, -, her household, 203, 240, 500.

Elkington, Linc., a priest of, 568.

Ella (Elley), near Hull, Yorks., g. 519 (1).

Ellerker, Elderkar, Eldercarre, Elthergare, Elleker, Elycar, Heldercare, &c.:—

-, —, 879.

-, Ralph, 164 (2).

-, Sir Ralph, 481.

-, Sir Ralph, sen., 760 (2n), 828 (p. 327), 1155 (4), 1169.

-, Sir Ralph, jun., 563, 688 (1, 3), 760 (2), 789, 817–8, 820, 824, 841 (p. 333), 883, 921, 985–6, 995, 1009, 1014, 1035, 1037, 1042, 1045–6, 1048–9 (3), 1058–9, 1061–5, 1096–7, 1103, 1107, 1115–16, (see Notes), 1121–2, 1126, 1139–40, 1143, 1155 (2, ii.), 1169, 1174–6, 1243 (2), 1410 (3, 4):—g. 1217 (23).

-, -, letter from, 1009.

-, -, letters to, 688, 820, 1046, 1175.

-, -, a servant of, 1035.

Ellerkey, Cornw., 135 (bis).

Ellerton, Yorks., prior of, 1039, 1069.

-, -, letter to, 1039.

Elleson, John, jun., g. 943 (4).

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

Elley. See Ella.

Ellis or Ellys, —, 1293.

Ellys, Nich., 522.

-, Thos., prior of Leighs, g. 385 (17).

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

Elmbridge (Elmeney Bridge), Surr., hundred of, 1466.

Elmer. See Aylmer.

Elmstead (Elmested), Essex, g. 519 (6).

-, Shirleswoode and Raynaldeswoode in, g. 519 (6).

Elrington, Thos., 504.

Elstead (Elsted), Surr., g. 202 (37).

Eltham, Kent, 500.

Elthergare. See Ellerker.

Elvell lordship, Radnorsh., g. 385 (19).

Ely, cathedral priory, prior of. See Wells, Robt.

Ely, bpric. of, 642, 1469:—g. 519 (19).

-, -, suffragan of, 296. See More, Wm., bp. of Colchester.

Ely (Yeli), Thos. Goodrich bp. of, 60, 124 (2), 230, 580 (pp. 234–6), 585 (p. 238), 642, 844 ii., 853 (p. 342), 1375:—g. 519 (19).

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

-, -, chancellor of (Dr. Maye), App. 5.

Elycar. See Ellerker.

Elyot, Elyott, or Eliot, Francis, Augustine Friar, 1424.

-, John, of Plymouth, 166.

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

Elys. See Ellis.

Ember Days. 1424.

Emperor, the. See Charles V.

Empire, the, 7 (p. 4), 15 (p. 13), 40, 46, 72 (p. 35), 285 (p. 119).

Empress, the. See Isabella.

Enfield (Endefeld, Envyle), Midd., 135 (bis):— g. 519 (12).

Engeyneshall or Engayneshall, Essex, g. 202 (44).

Englefield, Berks, 1406.

Englefield, —, Throgmorton's brother [in law], 1406 (pp. 557–8).

-, (Yngelffeld, Inglefeld), Sir Thos., justice, 381 B., 699:—g. 1217 (20), 1417 (3, 15).

Ensham (Ay Ensam), Abbey, Oxon, 841 ii.

Envile Chace, Herts, St. Giles' chapel near, g. 519 (12).

Envyle. See Enfield.

Enyse. See Guyse.

Erasmus, the scholar, 1111.

Erasmus, the King's armourer. See Kyrkenar. Erasmus.

Erbury (Erdburie, Erdebery) priory, Warw., 227, 353, 1430.

Erby. See Ireby.

Erdburie or Erdebery. See Erbury.

Ere, Harry, 259 ii.

Ereby. See Ireby.

Erle, John, 580 (p. 234).

Ersham (Herseham), Wm., canon of Barlings, 805, 828 vi.

Erskine (Askyne), John lord, 916 ii., 935.

Erskine, Margaret, wife of Sir Robt. Douglas, of Lochleven, mistress of James V., daughter of lord Erskine, 8 (p. 10), 64, 423, 916.

Escluse, 905.

-, George, receiver of Customs at, 905,

Escorpe (so on Patent Roll, but probably an error for Estorpe, i.e., East Thorpe, q.v.), g. 1417 (26).

Esk, the Border river, 993.

Espershields (Espersheles), Nthld., 504.

Esselynton, Nthld., g. 1417 (3).

Essex, 158, 353, 559, 580 (pp. 232–5), 642, 751, 753, 831, 1238, 1410:—g. 202 (9), 519 (22), 1217 (23).

-, sheriff of (1536–7). See Parker, Sir Hen.

Essex, Henry Bourchier earl of, 5, 7 (p. 8), 139 ii., iv., 580 (3, 4, 5), 699:— g. 202 (9).

-, -, letter from, 699.

Essex, Sir Wm., 580 (pp. 232, 234), 1405–6:— g. 202 (4), 1217 (23).

-, -, his son, 1406 (p. 558).

Est. See East.

Estbradenham. See Bradenham, East.

Estdeane. See Dean, East.

Estbourne, Esteborne. See Easebourne and Eastbourne.

Esterday, Ric., 725.

Esterford. See Easterford.

Estgrenewych. See Greenwich, East.

Estmer, 1155.

Estmersey. See Mersea, East.

Eston. See Easton.

Eitorpe. See East Thorpe.

Esturmaill, M., 916.

Eton, Etton, Eatton (See also Eiton):—

-, George, servant to Lord Hussey, 971 (p. 395).

-, John, 585 (p. 238), 672 (2), 722 (2), 968 (p. 390), 970.

-, Nic., 164 (2).

-, Ric., 329.

-, Robt., 580 (6).

Eton. See Eaton.

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

Euganeis in montibus. See Rovelone.

Eure. See Evers.

Euryell. See Uriel.

Evance, Thos., letter from, 1318.

Even, John, 580 (6).

Evenhood, Ric., alias Bagot (q.v.).

Everard, Wm., g. 580 (4).

Everingham (Everyngam), Sir Henry, 522 (p. 212), 688 (3):—App. 11, 16.

Evers or Eure, Henry, letter from, 945.

- (Ewere), Ralph, 503.

- (Ivars, Ivers), Sir Ralph, jun., 883, 989, 1032, 1088, 1093, 1096, 1116, 1155 (4), 1162, 1175 (p. 475), 1227, 1410 (3).

-, -, letter to, 1032.

-, -, his chaplain, 1162.

-, Ralph, letter from, 237.

-, Sir Wm., 164 (4), 688 (3), 945, 1155 (2).

Evesham, letter dated at, 582.

-, letter to the abbot and convent of, 25.

-, Clement, abbot of, 125, 582:— App. 16.

-, -, letter from, 582.

Evyll, 290.

Ewere. See Evers.

Ewyas (Ewas) Lacy, Marches of Wales, 1370:—g. 202 (10).

Exam. See Hexham.

Exchequer, the, 1182 (p. 478), 1410:— g. 202 (8).

Exeter, dean of. See Pole, Reginald.

-, dean and chapter of, 670.

Exeter, John Voysey, Bishop of, 126, 142, 211, 405, 460, 580 (5), 679, 810, 883.

-, -, letters from, 142, 211.

-, -, his commissary, 405.

-, -, his nephew, 211, 460.

Exeter, bpric. of, 126, 211.

-, surveyor of, 211.

-, valor of, 126.

Exeter, Henry Courtenay marquis of, 5, 7 (pp. 3, 8), 139 i., iv., 580 (2, pp. 232–3, 235), 623, 712, 726, 737–8, 750–1, 755, 765–7, 769, 771, 776, 788, 793, 799, 800, 803, 822, 825, 834 bis, 842, 845, 850, 864, 887, 909, 911, 937, 957, 1023, 1143, 1241, 1397:—App. 9, 16:—g. 1217 (6).

-, -, sig. of, 755, 776, 793, 887.

-, -, letters to, 766, 788, 799.

Exeter, Gertrude marchioness of, wife of the preceding, 860 (p. 346):— g. 1217 (6).

Exeter, Anne, duchess of, sister of Edw. IV., 746 n.

Exhortation to loyalty, an, 1215.

Eybridge, Midd., g. 202 (4).

Eybury manor, Midd., g. 202 (4).

Eynesham. See Reynesham.

Eynon, John, 1231.

Eythrop Rodyng. See Roothing Aythorpe.

Eyton or Eiton, John, 500.



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