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'Index: F', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 11: July-December 1536 (1888), pp. 637-642. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75506 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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F-, port of (qu. Faversham?), 908 (3).

Fachell. See Vachell.

Faenza, Ridolfo Pio, bp. of, Papal nuncio in France, letters from, 36, 52, 396, 508, 542, 596, 711, 848, 953, 976, 1119, 1173, 1183, 1194, 1203, 1250, 1297, 1315, 1379, 1382.

-, -, mentioned, 862.

Fairfax or Fayrefaxe, Sir Nich., 688 (3), 1368.

-, Robt., prior of Kyme, g. 519 (2).

-, Thos., serjeant-at-law, 164 (4).

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

Fairstead (Fayerstede), Essex, g. 943 (8, 11).

Faith, the, 1246 (p. 507).

Faith, justification by, 1421.

Falborne. See Faulkbourn.

Falconer, Fawkner, Faultener, Fawkener:—

-, Mrs., 478.

-, John, letter from, 280.

-, John, of Lincoln, 939.

Fane, Ric., App. 8.

Farforthe, Linc., 975 (fo. 4).

-, parson of. See Maltby, Simon.

Farington. See Farrington.

Farlion, Thos., 580 (6).

Farms (fermes), 1294.

Farnese, Alex., Pope Paul III. (q. v.)

Farnese, Peter Louis, son of Pope Paul III. 479 (p. 191).

Farnesyde (Ferneshed), Hen., 828 i., 968 (p. 390).

Farney. See Ferney.

Farnham (Ferneham), Surr., g. 202 (37).

Farnhurst, Suss., g. 202 (37).

Farrington (Farington), Sir Henry, 1118, 1251 (2).

Fasagh Rowe, the, 282.

Faulkbourn (Falborne), Essex, g. 943 (8, 11).

Faulkner. See Falconer.

Favenzo, —, (Italian physician?), 513.

Faversham (Feversham, Fefersham), Kent, 828 xii., 841 iv. See F . . .

-, a ship of. See under ships.

Fawkener or Fawkner. See Falconer.

Fayerstede. See Fairstead.

Fayrefax. See Fairfax.

Fe-, Adam, 841 iv.

Fe-, John, 643.

Feasaunt, Jasper, 1419.

Fécamp, in Normandy, 61.

Federston. See Fetherstone.

Fefersham. See Faversham.

Fegarett. See Fitzgerald.

Felde. See Field.

Felding. See Fielding.

Felowe, Wm., Norroy king of arms (1536) g. 202 (46).

Felton, Nthld., 481:—g. 385 (30).

Fen., Harry, 1393 (2).

-, Thos., 1393 (2).

Fenton, Ant., g. 385 (36).

Fenwick (Fenweik), Yorks., 1059, 1117.

Fenwick (Fenwyke), Sir Ralph, g. 1417 (3).

Ferall, Wm., 300.

Ferclyff, —, steward of Beverley, 841 (p. 333).

Ferdinand, king of the Romans and of Hungary, archduke of Austria, brother of Charles V., 64, 235, 328 (p. 135), 423, 441 (p. 177), 744, 963, 1143 (p. 459).

Ferjoux. See Frejus.

Fermor, Fermour, or Fermer:—

-, —, son and heir of Sir Harry, 1260.

-, Mr., mayor of Norwich, 1260.

-, Sir Harry, 1260.

-, Ric., sig. of, 931.

-, Wm., 580 (pp. 232, 234):—g. 1217 (20).

Ferneham. See Farnham.

Ferneley, Wm., mercer, 1419 ii.

Fernes castle, in Ireland, 69, 90, 101.

Ferneshed. See Farnesyde.

Ferney (Farney), in Ireland, 1248.

Ferntain or Frenten, Wm., 436, 439.

Ferrara, Hercules d'Este duke of, and of Modena and Reggio, 443 (p. 179).

Ferre, — de, of St. John's, 77.

Ferrers (Ferres, Ferreys), Walter Devereux, 94, 104, 139 i., iii., 580 (pp. 232, 235–6), 670, 938, 965:—g. 1417 (3, 15).

-, -, letter from, 965.

Ferres or Ferrys, —, his widow, 452.

-, Thos., 500.

Ferriby (Feryby), Yorks., g. 519 (1).

Ferry Bridge (Ferry Brigges, Fery Briges), beside Pontefract, Yorks., 879, 910, 1044, 1128, 1402.

Ferrys. See Ferres.

Fesbury alias Fosbur g. 202 (29).

Fetelworth. See Fittleworth.

Fetherd, in Ireland, 333,

Fetherstanhagh, —, Laird, 1331 (p. 536).

Fetherstone (Federston), —, lord Hussey's servant, 852.

Fetiplace (Fetiface, Fetupace), Edw., 580 (pp. 232, 234), 670:—g. 202 (43).

Feversham. See Faversham.

Fewaren. See Fitzwarine.

Feylde. See Field.

Field, Felde, Feylde, Fylde:—

-, John, a Lutheran, 1097, 1111 (p. 447), 1164, 1250. See Notes.

-, -, letter from, 1164.

-, Nich., 920 (2).

Fielding (Fyldyng, Felding), Sir Wm., 580 (pp. 233, 235), 906.

-, -, letter to, 906.

Fiennes (Fyennes), in Picardy, 218.

Fifteenth (Quinzine), the, 1246 (p. 507).

Filleul, Jehan, letters from, 1498 (2, 3).

Finche (Fynche), Sir Wm., 580 (p. 233):— App. 8.

-, Wm., last prior of Breamore, g. 1217 (6).

Finchley (Fyncheley), Midd., letter dated at, 1024.

Firenze. See Florence.

First Fruits, 521 (p. 211), 780 (2), 1182 (p. 478), 1220, 1245, 1246 (pp. 507-8), 1294, 1316, 1410, 1427.

Fish, 321. See also Herring.

Fishebourne, Ric., 842 (3, p. 335).

Fisher, John, cardinal, bp. of Rochester (executed 1535), 73, 148, 300, 402, 486, 1041.

Fisher, Fissher, Fiyscher, Fyssher, Fischer:—

-, —, 1406 (pp. 558–9).

-, John, rector of Scartho, 827 ii.

-, John, rector of Wickham, Hants., 1265-6.

-, Sir Michael, 580 (p. 234), 643, 844 ii.:—g. 1417 (5).

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

-, Sir Ric., 1402.

-, Robt., 968 (p. 390), 972.

-, Wm., 1222.

Fittleworth (Fetelworth), Suss., 920.

Fitton or Fytton, Sir Edw., 1251 (2).

-, Nic., 580 (pp. 233, 235).

-, Wm., deputy steward of Furness, 947 (2), 1092.

-, -, letter to, 1092 ii.

Fitz, Simon, g. 1417 (5).

FitzGeoffrey, (FitzJefferey), John, 1417 (5).

Fitzgerald, Gerald, youngest son of the ninth earl of Kildare, "young Gerald," "young Gerot," and his companions (accomplices, &c.), 257 (p. 109), 350, 382.

Fitzgerald, James, son of John (FitzJohn), the "pretended earl" of Desmond, 69, 101, 102, 199, 257, 259, 265–6, 281–2, 333, 350-1, 382, 574, 1149 (earl of D.), 1150, 1332, 1381.

-, -, letter from, 1332.

-, -, letter to, 1381.

-, -, his followers (Geraldines of Munster), 102, 574.

-, his two sons, 282, 350, 1150.

Fitzerald, James, son of Maurice (FitzMaurice), FitzMores, rightful earl of Desmond, 199, 266, 350, 381 c., 1150, 1332 (3), 1381.

-, -, his adversary. See Fitzgerald, James FitzJohn.

Fitzgerald, Sir John, of Desmond (died June 1536), 257, 281.

-, -, his sons, 281.

Fitzgerald (Fegarett, Fytzgerot, FitzGarrad), lord Thomas, son of the ninth earl of Kildare (rightfully tenth earl of Kildare), generally styled "the traitor," 1, 3, 101, 108, 147 (p. 64), 234, 320, 350, 376, 521 (p. 211), 540, 709, 847, 934, 1086, 1149, 1157, 1412–13.

-, -, letters from, 1412–3.

-, -, attainder of, 108, 147 (p. 64).

-, -, his five uncles attainted, 147 (p. 64), 320, 376, 521 (p. 211), 1149, 1157.

-, -, his purse bearer. See Garland, Jas.

Fitzgerald (Vyzegaret), Edward, brother of lord James, 97.

-, Gerald, son of Shane (Gerald McShane), 69, 259 ii., 1150.

-, (Fitzgarrat), James, 1249 (p. 510).

-, Sir James, uncle of lord Thomas, brother of the ninth earl of Kildare, 1,382 (3), 521 (p. 211).

-, -, his wife, 382 (3).

-, John, the White knight, 259 ii.

-, Richard, uncle of lord Thomas, 1, 382 (3).

-, -, his wife, 382 (3).

-, Walter, uncle of lord Thomas, 1.

Fitzgeralds or Geraldines, the, Irish family, 1150.

-, (Garretts), the attainted, 108.

Fitzgerot. See Fitzgerald.

Fitzh-, Clement, 643.

Fitzherbert, Sir Ant., justice of C. P., 381 B., 580 (p. 235):—g. 202 (12 bis), 1217 (16), 1417 (3).

Fitzherbert, Alice, abbess of Pollesworth, 176.

Fitzherry, Th., of Hereford, g. 202 (10).

FitzHugh, Thos., g. 1417 (5).

Fitzjames, Sir John, Lord Chief Justice, 381 B., C., 580 (p. 234), 1008:— g. 202 (9, 25).

Fitzjefferey. See Fitzgeoffrey.

Fitzjohn, Jas., of Desmond. See Fitzgerald, James.

Fitzmaurice, J. See Fitzgerald, James.

FitzMores (FitzMores' misprinted FitzMore's), James. See Fitzgerald, James, son of Maurice.

Fitzwalter (Fitzwater), Henry, lord, 580 (pp. 232, 234 bis, 236):—g. 202 (9).

Fitzwarine (Fewaren), lord, 104, 139 i., iv., 580 (p. 234). See also Bath, earl of.

Fitzwilliam, Sir William, treasurer of the Household, "Mr. Treasurer," lord Admiral (1536), and chancellor of the duchy of Lancaster, 7 (p. 8), 30, 32, 34, 46, 61, 94, 108, 128, 221, 298, 311, 398, 400, 413, 501, 517, 569, 573, 580 (4, 5), 584, 608, 613, 656, 658, 662–3, 672, 680, 714–5, 717, 728, 754, 756, 768, 774, 780, 808, 818, 824, 837–9, 865, 880, 883, 888, 902, 913–4, 957–8, 966, 979, 986, 993, 1014, 1042, 1059, 1064–5, 1118, 1124, 1126, 1129, 1139, 1143 (p. 458), 1146, 1166–7, 1175, 1196, 1205–6, 1208–10, 1227, 1233–4, 1241, 1248, 1261, 1271, 1307–8, 1311, 1406, 1410 (3):—App. 2, 8–9:— g. 202 (9 bis, 13 bis, 37), 385 (15), 1217 (16, 19, 20), 1417 (3 bis, 15).

-, -, letters from, 30, 128, 298, 584, 613, 672, 808, 838, 865, 914, 986, 1126, 1196, 1227, 1243.

-, -, sig. of, 728, 902, 1208, 1234.

-, -, letters to, 400, 517, 663, 717 (4), 979, 993, 1118, 1129, 1166, 1233, 1271, 1308.

-, -, his clerk's handwriting, 808, 838.

-, -, his priest, 818.

Fitzwilliam, lady, wife of Sir William, 1308.

Fitzwilliam, George, 842 (3, p. 335).

-, John, 842 (3).

Fitzwilliams, —, servant to the Lord Admiral, 128.

Flamencq, Guill. le, 436.

Flamok, Andrew, 381 B.

Flamsted, Herts, nunnery of St. Giles in the Wood, letter dated at, 1391.

Flanders and the Low Countries, and "the Flemings," 40 (pp. 21, 24), 70, 76, 94, 108, 147 (p. 63), 179 (p. 78), 181, 183, 210, 254, 263 (2), 285 (p. 120), 286, 304, 306, 358 (p. 145), 381 C., 383, 389–90, 418, 435–6, 439, 441, 444, 452, 469, 479 (p. 194), 494, 499, 998, 1000, 1057, 1169, 1183, 1200–1, 1258, 1275, 1341.

-, army, and frontier garrisons of (Nassau's army, Burgundians, Flemings, Imperialists, &c.), 35, 40 (pp. 21, 24), 147 (p. 62), 161, 217–8, 254, 389 (p. 160), 423, 435, 443 (p. 179), 479 (p. 192), 498, 505, 528 (p. 214), 631, 1057 n., 1379.

-, admiral of. See Beures, sieur de.

-, council of, 1275, 1296.

-, court of, 345, 439, 861, 1313.

-, grand master (governor) of. See Roeulx, comte de.

-, procureur general of, 295.

-, receiver of the Extraordinaire. See Christiaens, Hubert.

-, vice-admiral of, 1158.

Flanders, earldom of, 383.

Flattisbury, Philip, 709.

Flaxman, Wm., 580 (6).

Flecher. See Fletcher.

Fleet. See Suthfleet.

Fleming, Malcolm lord, 400.

Fleming, Gilnan, a Fleming, 263 (2).

Fleming or Flemynge, Henry, 828 viii., ix.

-, John, 522.

Flemings. See Flanders.

-, individual, 171, 263 (2 iii.), 422.

Flemish language, 633.

Flemish ships. See under ships.

Flemish shoemakers in London, 714 (p. 276).

Flemish spies in London, 1129.

Fletcher (Flecher), Barnard, 842 (4), 879 iii.

-, Ric., Fitzwilliam's servant, 662–3.

-, Ric., 975 (fo. 4), 1260.

Fletewood, John, servant to the Lord Chancellor, 25.

Flode, David, 259 ii. See also Lloyd.

Florence (Firenze) (city), letters dated at, 744, 1362.

Florence, duchy of, 7 (p. 6).

Florence, duke of. See Medicis, Alex. de.

Florentine gravers (Benedict and John), 381 B.

Flowd, Robt. Apowell, 1249 (p. 510). See also Lloyd.

Flower, Ric, 580 (p. 233).

Focet. See Forsett.

Foderby. See Fotherby.

Fogg, —, Cromwell's servant, 586.

Fokingham, —, 969.

Folkestone, Suss., priory of (supp.), 1437.

-, late prior of. See Barret, Thos.

Fontainebleau (Fontanables), in France, 1352, 1379.

Forcette. See Forset.

Ford (Fourde), Devon, abbot of, App. 16.

Ford, Hants, g. 202 (29).

Ford, Kent, letters dated at, 361, 416.

Ford (Forde), in Dodderhill, Worc., 1429.

Ford, Ric., 580 (6).

Fordingbridge (Fordonbrigge), Hants, g. 1217 (6).

Foreland, the North, Kent, 1301.

Forest, Edw., 164 (2).

Forfett, Edw., 842 (3). Evidently an error for "Forsett," q. v.

Forman, Henry, 975 (fo. 5).

-, Robt., 828 i. (2), ii., 1447.

-, Wm., alderman, 1419 ii.

Fornes. See Furness.

Forsett (Forsste, Forcette, Forfett, Focet, Fosset, Fossatt, Forseit), Edw., 539, 672 (2), 722 (2), 828 i., iii., 842 (3), 853 (p. 342), 854 (p. 344), 967 x., xi., 968 (p. 390), 971 (p. 395), 973, 975 (fos. 3, 4).

-, -, sig. of, 539.

Forster. See Foster.

Forte, John, g. 943 (19).

Forten, Thos., 39.

Fortescue, Sir Adrian, 580 (pp. 234, 236), 637.

-, -, letter to, 637.

-, -, his retinue, 580 (6).

-, Nic., sig. of, 166.

Forthe or Forde, Robt., letter from, 374.

Fosbur, alias Fesbury, g. 202 (29).

Fossano (Fossan, Fousan, Fossam, Fussan), in Piedmont, 7 (pp. 4, 6), 15 (p. 13), 35, 40 (p. 23), 70, 147 (p. 60), 201, 235, 287.

Fosset. See Forsett.

Foster or Forster, —, 1254, 1319.

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

-, Giles, Richmond's servant, 164 (2).

-, Sir Humph, 580 (2).

-, John, 973.

-, Julian, 168 (p. 74).

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

-, Thos., of Louth, 568, 828 i., iii., 854, 968, 970, 972.

Fotherby (Fotreby), Linc., 968.

Fotherby (Foderby), Dr. Simon, alias Grene, precentor and prb. of Lincoln, dec., 939.

Foubert, Jean, 1341.

Fougeler, Thos., 1424.

Fouler. See Fowler.

Fountains abbey, Yorks, letter dated at, 342.

-, abbot of. See Bradley, Marm.

Fourde. See Ford.

Fousan. See Fossano.

Fowey, Cornw., 1490:—g. 202 (3).

Fowforthe (qu. Fulford?). Yorks, g. 519 (1).

Fowill, Edm., confession of, 841 iv.

Fowler (Fouler), Robt., vice-treasurer of Calais, ("Mr. Vice-Treasurer," and sometimes "Mr. Treasurer"), 13, 161, 232, 241, 288, 381 C., 413–14, 467, 488, 498, 506, 573 (p. 228), 682–3, 1256, 1282, 1311, 1397.

-, -, letter from, 1311.

-, -, sig. of, 161.

-, -, letters to, 682-3.

Fowler, Thomas, brother of Robert, 288, 498, 683, 814, 1304.

-, -, letter from, 814.

-, -, his wife, 683.

Fowre, in Ireland, prior and monks of, 1416.

Foxe, Edward, bp. of Hereford ("Hertford"), late King's almoner ("my lord of Harford"), one of the commissioners to treat with Chapuys, 45, 60, 80, 94, 108, 123, 131, 359, 367, 381 B. bis, C., 388–9, 479, 501, 580 (2, 5), 602, 701, 753, 788, 799, 879, 885, 957, 1040:— App. 9.

-, -, commission to, 367.

-, -, letters to, 131, 602.

-, -, signatures of, 60, 701, 753, 885, 1040, 1237.

Fox, Richard, bp. of Winchester (1521–8), 301 (2), 957, 1237.

Fox, Mr., 1188.

-, Hen., of Boston, 920 (2).

Foxley, —, 1044, 1170.

-, —, clerk of the check at Dover, 1259.

France (country), 7, 8, 35, 40, 52, 64, 70, 76, 80, 82, 147, 150, 167, 179, 181, 201, 220, 235, 275, 286, 299, 315, 358 (p. 145), 381 C., 396, 399, 400, 437 (p. 175), 469, 479, 507, 541, 656, 684, 860 (p. 346), 916 ii., 964, 1045 (p. 420), 1097, 1109, 1159, 1189, 1234, 1242, 1313, 1363, 1366, 1436, 1447, 1477:— g. 1217 (2).

-, king, court, government, or nation of, 7, 8, 15, 28, 40, 46, 64, 76, 80–2, 145–8, 150–1, 179, 184, 201, 209, 218–9, 228, 239, 283–5, 287, 299, 304–5, 315–6, 330, 358–9, 368, 378, 383, 389–90, 428, 435, 441–3, 469, 471, 479, 494, 498, 499, 528, 610, 631, 667, 714 (p. 276), 744, 891, 964, 1073, 1081, 1100, 1119, 1130, 1143, 1170, 1173, 1189, 1244, 1250, 1296, 1305, 1420. [N.B.—For personal references to the King, see Francis I.]

-, queen of. See Eleanor.

-, Admiral of. See Brion, sieur de.

-, Grand Master of. See Montmorency, A. de.

-, Order of. See St. Michael.

-, ambassadors in:—
-, English, 284. See Gardiner, Stephen, and Wallop, Sir John.
-, Ferrarese, 1183.
-, Papal nuncio in. See Faenza, bp. of.
-, Portuguese, 1183.
-, Venetian, 1130, 1183.

Franchois, —, 1360.

Francis I., king of France, personal references, 7, 8, 28, 40, 42, 52, 89, 147 (pp. 60, 63), 151, 167, 172, 179, 228, 285 (p. 121), 299, 304, 358 (p. 145), 378, 383, 389, 437, 441, 443, 445, 469, 479 (pp. 193, 196), 508, 528 (p. 214), 542, 596, 631, 656, 711, 779 (p. 300), 815, 841 (p. 333), 848, 862, 916 ii., 935, 984, 1012, 1091, 1143 (pp. 457–9), 1173, 1183, 1194 (see Notes), 1305, 1352, 1363, 1379, 1389:—g. 1217 (18). [See also France.]

-, letters from, 209, 305.

-, letters to, 317, 1012.

-, his children, 7 (p. 4), 358 (p. 145).

-, his mother. See Louisa of Savoy.

-, his reply to the Emperor's speech, 40, 42.

Francis, Dauphin (Dolfynne) of France, eldest son of Francis I. (died 12 Aug. 1536), 7 (p. 4), 64, 151, 172, 316–7, 358 (p. 145), 383, 437, 443 (p. 179), 469, 479 (pp. 189, 192), 916 (p. 364).

-, -, poisoner of, 443 (p. 179), 479.

Franke, Mr., 622.

-, Mr., bp. of Lincoln's registrar, Dr. Rayne's servant or clerk, 585 (p. 238), 828 i., iii., 854, 968 (p. 390), 970 (pp. 393–4).

Frankelyn. See Franklin.

Frankfort, in Germany, diet at, 388.

Franklin, Frankelyn, Frankleyne, Fraunkelyn:—

- Mr., letter to, App. 14.

-, Goodman, 1498 (4).

-, William, archdeacon of Durham. dean of Windsor (Dec. 1536), 945, 1155 (2), 1271, 1327 ("John" F.), App. 16:—g. 1417 (16).

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

Fraunkelyn. See Franklin.

Frederic, the Marquis, qu. of Furstenberg? q. v.

Free Will, doctrine of, 1421.

Fregoso, Cæsar, 513.

Frejus (Ferjoux), in Provence, 235 (misprinted Friuli), 284, 358 (p. 145), 437.

Freman, John, 242, 417, 658, 724–5, 751, 801, 822, 829, 864 ii., 911, 950, 958, 990, 1093, 1152, 1367, 1419.

-, -, letters from, 242, 724–5, 1367.

-, -, his house, 725.

Fremington, Devon, 164 (2).

French. See France.

French army ("the French," French camp), 7, 35, 40, 70, 89, 147 (pp. 60, 62), 179, 201, 235, 284, 317, 328, 378, 443, 445 (p. 180), 479 (p. 192), 744, 1100, 1305 (p. 529).

-, -, on the Flanders frontier (the French, Frenchmen, &c.), 161, 171, 183, 254, 421, 439, 498, 507, 697, 710, 832, 882, 905, 1000, 1359.

French council, 304.

French court (i.e., persons of the court), 287, 479 (pp. 190, 196), 631, 656 (p. 258), 860 (p. 346), 1297, 1305.

French fishermen, 667.

French goods, 494, 964.

French news, 201.

French pension (payments, &c.), 28, 151, 304, 445 ("that money"), 479 (p. 194), 528 (p. 215).

-, pensioners, 228, 285 (pp. 118, 121), 441 (p. 178), 800.

French pirates, 1441.

French sailors, 763.

French savants, 71.

French ships (see also under Ships), 275.

French tailors in London, 714 (p. 276).

Frenchmen assaulted in London, 1334.

Frend, Sir John, 1188.

Frensham (Frynsham), Surr. and Hants g. 202 (37).

Frenten or Ferntain, Wm., 436, 439.

Freselond. See Friesland.

Frian wood, 335.

Friere (Fryere), Mr., 460.

Friesland (Freselond), 505, 1296:—g. 1417 (28).

-, governor of. See King, George.

Frigemelica, —, (Italian physician?), 513.

Fristok. See Frithelstock.

Friston, Robt., 522.

Frith (Frythe), John, the martyr, his book, 828 iii.

Frithelstock (Frystock) priory, suppressed, Devon, 264, 413, 467, 572–3 (p. 228), 889, 1181 (p. 477), 1222, 1256, 1282, 1358, 1369, 1397.

-, parsonage of, 573 (p. 228).

Friuli in 235. See Frejus.

Frognortton. See Throgmorton.

Fronsberg, Caspar von, 235 (?"Jasper"), 475.

Frost, Mrs., 1498 (6).

-, Thos., 522.

-, Wm., 522.

Froyton, near Calais, g. 202 (38).

-, parson of. See Crayford, Dr. John.

Fry— (names beginning). See Fri—.

Frye, Thos., 1498 (5).

Frynsham. See Frensham.

Fulford, near York, g. 519 (1 ? Fowforthe).

Fulforde, Sir John, 580 (p. 234).

Fulham, Midd., 162:—g. 943 (10).

-, bp. of London's house at, 162.

Fuljambe (Fulgram), Sir Godfrey, sheriff of Notts and Derby (1536–7), 164 (4), 580 (p. 235):—g. 1217 (23).

Fulletby (Fuleby, Fullabye), Linc., 967 ii., 975.

Fullthorp. See Fulthorp.

Fulnetby (Fulneby), Linc., 828 xi.

Fulnetby (Fulneby), Mr., 828 xi.

Fulstow (Fulston), Linc, 568, 968 (p. 390), 975 (fo. 8).

Fulthorpe, Fulthropp, Fullthorp:—

-, Mr., constable of Middleham, 1380.

-, Thos., 1408.

Furness (Fornes), Lanc., 928, 1092, 1096, 1135, 1155 (2), 1246.

-, letter to the gentlemen of, 1092.

-, abbey of, abbot of, 947 (2):— App. 16.

-, -, deputy steward of. See Fitton, Wm.

-, -, steward of. See Derby, earl of.

Furness fells, Lanc., 67.

Furrehill, Linc., between Louth and Caistor, 968 (p. 390).

Furstenberg, Frederic count, Imperial general, 475 (? Marquis Frederic).

Fussan. See Fossano.

Fylde. See Field.

Fyldyng. See Fielding.

Fyndorn, Robt., 227.

- (Fyndern), Wm., 648.

Fynglas, Patrick, chief baron of the Irish Exchequer, sig. of, 915, 1150.



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