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'Index: H, I', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 11: July-December 1536 (1888), pp. 647-657. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75508 Date accessed: 20 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Habre. See Havre.

Habrough (Haybur), Linc., 198 (2).

Hackett, John, ambassador in Flanders (died 1534), 1296.

Hackney (Hakeney), Midd., 135 (bis).

Hackthorn (Hacthorne), Linc., 973, 975 (fo. 3).

Hacton. See Acton.

Haddam or Hadham (Little), Herts, 514.

Hadleigh (Hadley), Suff., 625.

Hailes (Heyles, Hales) abbey, Glouc., 841 ii.

-, abbot of, 670.

Hainton (Haynton, Hanton), Linc., vicar of, 972 (p. 398), 975 (fos. 2, 4, 8).

Haitfeld. See Hatfield.

Hakeney. See Hackney.

Hale (Hayle), Linc., 969 (p. 392).

Hale, Edw., 580 (6).

-, John, g. 1417 (20).

-, Mr., 725 (perhaps Thos. Hall of Huntingdon). See also Hall.

Hales abbey. See Hailes.

Hales Owen, Salop, abbot of, App. 16.

Hales, Chr., attorney-general, master of the Rolls (1536), 53, 381 B., 580 (pp. 234–5), 585 (p. 238), 658 (? "King's late attorney"), 1483:—App. 8:— g. 202 (17).

Hales, John, baron of the Exchequer, 1445: —App. 8.

Hales, —, 296, 624.

Halford or Alford, Launcelot, g. 943 (23).

Halifax, Yorks., 971 (p. 396), 1155 (4), 1392.

Haliley (Aleley, Haleley), Ric., of the Mint and Jewel House, 1152, 1220.

Hall or Halle. (See also Hale and Hawley):—

-, —, of Calais, ("Young Hall," qu. Francis?) 100.

-, Mr., 607, 968 (p. 390).

-, —, of Louth, 968.

-, —, of Langton, 975 (fo. 8).

-, Francis, of Calais, (see Hall, —), letters from, 1097–8.

-, -, his wife, 1097–8.

-, John, of Otterburn, 1155 (2).

-, Lawr., g. 202 (41).

-, Nich., parson of Pitham, g. 202 (21).

-, Robt., 975 (fo. 2).

-, Thos., chaplain, 292.

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

-, Thos., J.P., of Lincolnshire, g. 202 (13).

Hallington, Linc., vicar of. See Brown, Robt.

Hallyfelde, 135 (p. 56).

Halsall, Henry, 1251 (2).

-, Sir Thos., 1230, 1251 (2).

-, -, sig. of, 1230 iii.

-, Wm., g. 385 (7).

Haltemprise (Holthamprice), near Hull, Yorks., 481.

Halton Castle, Chesh., 681.

Halton, Linc., 973.

Halybourne. See Holybourne.

Halyday, Wm., 522.

Halyngrigge farm, Oxon, g. 202 (25).

Hambleton (Hameldon), Rutl., g. 519 (13).

Hambleton. See Hamilton.

Hamburg (Hamburghe), in Germany, 381A.

Ham, East. See East Ham.

Hamcots, Mr., 828 v.

-, Alex., 842 (3).

Hameldon. See Hambleton.

Hamericourt, Gerard de, letter from, 1151.

Hamersmyth. See Hammersmith.

Hamerton, John, 522.

-, Laur., 934:—g. 385 (11).

-, Sir Stephen, 785, 807, 1115, 1155 (2, 4).

-, -, letter to, 1115.

Ham Hall (Hamhall), Surr., 1452.

Hamilton (Hambleton), James. See Arran, earl of.

-, James, 248–9.

-, -, letter from, 249.

-, Sir James, 916 i., ii., 935 ("Sir Jams").

-, (Hammultoun), Katharine, 1366.

Hamilton (Hammalton, Hamelton, Hambleton) Hill, Linc., 828 i., 853 (pp. 342–3), 971 (p. 396).

Hammersmith (Hamersmyth), Midd., g. 943 (10).

Hammes castle, near Calais, 232, 488.

-, towers and chambers in (named), 488.

Hammultoun. See Hamilton.

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

Hampe. See Hampton Court.

Hamphall (Hampolle), Yorks., 1009, 1300.

Hampshire, 264, 370, 579–80 (pp. 232–4) 1410:—g. 1217 (23).

-, sheriff of. See Berkeley, Sir Wm.

Hamptell. See Ampthill.

Hampton. See Southampton.

Hampton Court (Hampe), Middx., 381 A., 1432, 1466.

-, works at, 381 A.

Hampton upon Way or Hampton Bishop, Heref., 94, 108.

Handguns, statutes of, 1246 (p. 507).

Handsworth (Hansworth), Yorks., letter dated at, 949.

Hanlon (Hanloo), Brian Roo, 1248.

Hanmer, Matt., g. 943 (15).

Hannaert, John, sieur de Liedekirke (Likirke) and Lombeke, Imperial ambassador in France before the war, 9 (p. 11), 147 (p. 64), 285 (p. 121).

Hannage. See Henneage.

Hannybye, Edw., 842 (3).

Hansacre, prb. of. See Symonds, Simon.

Hanslope, Bucks, land called Gorefeld alias Chappelfeld, g. 1417 (12).

Hansworth. See Handsworth.

Harbart or Harbard. See Herbert.

Harborowe, Thos., 975 (fo. 5).

Harco-, Mr., App. 16.

Harcock, Edm., prior of the Black Friars of Norwich, 188.

Harcourte or Harecourt, Sir John, 1417 (3).

-, Ric., 1411.

-, Sir Simon, 580 (p. 234).

-, Sir Wm., g. 1217 (20).

Hardes. See Hardres.

Harding, John, vicar of Overton subtus Arderne, letter to, 44.

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

- (Hardynge), Ric., g. 943 (4).

Hardres (Hardes), Thos., 1053:—App. 8.

Hardwick (Herdwyk, Hardweke), in Sherwood Forest, Derb., 1209.

-, letters dated at, 177, 562, 587–8, 590, 1187, 1233.

Hardy, Nic., servant to Francis I., g. 1217 (18).

Hare, John, mercer, 1419 ii.

-, Nich., recorder of Norwich, 580 (pp. 234–5), 659.

Harecourt. See Harcourt.

Hareyong, Ric., 1419 iii.

Harfleur (Hartflowe), in France, 916 ii.

"Harford, my lord." See Foxe, Edw., bp. of Hereford.

Harison. See Harrison.

Harlekingden, Thos., App. 8.

Harleston (Staff.?), letter dated at, 511.

Harley, Harlow, or Herlay, Thos., 805, 828 v., vii.

Harliston, Sir Clement, 580 (p. 234).

Harlow. See Harley.

Harman, Edm., g. 519 (7).

Harper, George, King's servant, 717, 725, 764, 1056, 1061, 1085, 1104–5.

Harpesfelde, Lewis, App. 3.

Harreys. See Harris.

Harringay, alias Harmesey, Midd., g. 385 (29).

Harrington (Haryngton), Linc., 828 ii.

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

Harrington, Herryngton, Haryngton:—

-, Mr., 567.

-, James, sig. of, 1343.

-, John, 578, 591.

-, -, letter from, 591.

-, William, mayor of York, 704–5, 748– 50, 929 vi., 1155 (4), 1343.

-, -, letter to, 1343.

-, -, sig. of, 704, 1343.

-, -, his son, 1343.

Harringworth, Ntht., letter dated at, 904.

Harris, Harys, or Harreys:—

-, John, g. 202 (11).

-, Ric., 1256, 1262.

-, Wm., g. 202 (36).

Harrison (Harreson), John, 842 (4), 972.

- (Harison, Hareson), Wm., 827 (1, 3), 975 (fo. 3).

Harrowden (Harrodoun), Ntht., 104.

Harry, Stephen ap. See Parry, ap.

Hart or Hurde, Mr., 302 (bis).

-, Nich., 920.

Hartburn (Hertburne), Nthld., g. 1417 (10).

Hartewe-, John, 938 (2).

Hartflowe. See Harfleur.

Hartland abbey, Devon, 1458.

-, abbot of, 1458.

Hartlebury (Hartilbury), Worc., 1286.

-, letters dated at, 778, 790.

Hartwell, George, 164 (2).

Harvel, Edmund, letter from, 328.

Harvey, Harvy, Hervy, or Hervie:—

-, Edm., 117.

-, Hen., LL.D., 386.

-, John, 580 (4).

-, Nich., bailiff of Ipswich, letter from, 1309.

Harwich, Essex, g. 202 (45).

Harys. See Harris.

Haseley, Oxon, letter dated at, 365.

Hasell. See Hessle.

Hasilwood (Hasilwode), —, of the Exchequer, 135.

-, John, sen., g. 202 (9).

-, John, jun., g. 202 (13 bis), 1217 (23).

Haske. See Aske.

Hassall, Ric., g. 1417 (3, 15).

Hassill or Hasshyll. See Hessle.

Hastings, Sussex, new priory of, App. 2.

Hastings, (Francis) lord, eldest son of the earl of Huntingdon, 454, 580 (5):—App. 9.

Hastings, —, 48.

-, Sir Brian, sheriff of Yorkshire (1536– 7), 646, 662–4, 673, 688 (3), 728, 759, 773, 846, 929 vii., 966, 980, 1017, 1026–7, 1036, 1044, 1049 (3), 1058–9, 1063, 1067, 1086, 1088, 1096, 1116–17, 1121, 1123, 1136 (2), 1146–7, 1165, 1168, 1174, 1210, 1402:—g. 1217 (23).

-, -, letters from, 646, 662–3, 759, 966, 980, 1017, 1026–7, 1059, 1088, 1117, 1146–7.

-, -, letters to, 663, 1096, 1116, 1168, 1210.

-, -, his father, 846.

-, George. See Huntingdon, earl of.

-, John, 842 (3 bis), 975.

-, Martin, 164 (2).

Hatcliff (Atklyff), John, 842 (3, p. 335), 975 (fo. 3).

Hatclif (Hatteclif, Atclyff, Attecliff), Thos., paymaster, 623, 717 (4), 769, 788, 800–1, 803, 817, 822, 829, 833–4, 937 bis, 950, 958, 975 (fo. 3), 998, 1093, 1106, 1163:—App. 8.

-, -, letters from, 829, 958, 1106.

-, -, declaration by, 1093.

-, -, handwriting of, 950.

Hatfield Bishop, Herts, 500.

Hatfield (Haytfeld, Haitfeld, Hattefeld, Hatefeld), near Doncaster, Yorks., 1096, 1228, 1237.

-, letters dated at, 646, 663, 739, 966, 980, 1017, 1026–7, 1059, 1088, 1117, 1234, 1241–3.

Hatfield in Holderness, Yorks., 818.

Hatfield (Peverel?), Essex, g. 943 (11).

Hatteclif. See Hatclif.

Hattefeld. See Hatfield.

Hattilbrughe, the duke of, and his wife, 1296.

Hatton, Robt., bailiff of Newton, 1253.

Hauksie Kirk, 892.

Haule, Robt., 827.

Hausmann, Nic., letter to, 475.

Haute. See Hawte.

Hauton (should be Hanton). See Hainton.

Havarde, Thos., 580 (p. 235).

Havant (Havent), Hants, letter dated at, 1350.

Haven, John, 970 (p. 394).

Haverford West, Pemb., 1427:—g. 202 (11).

Haverstowe. See Bradley Haverstoe.

Havre de Grace (Habre Newiffe, New Haven), in Normandy, 631, 916, 935.

Haward, Chas., g. 1417 (22).

Hawarde. See Howard.

Hawarden, John, 1251 (2).

Hawek. See Hawk.

Hawght. See Hawte.

Hawkins, Owen, 295 (? "Aukyns").

-, Thos., 1480:—g. 1417 (28).

-, Wm., of Plymouth, 166, 1461.

-, -, letter from, 1461.

Hawks (falcons, goshawks, lanners, &c.), 69, 133, 187, 208, 409, 483, 524, 890, 1108, 1360–1.

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

Hawkysworth (Hawksworth, Hawckesworthe), James, 413–4.

Hawley, Thomas, Clarencieux king of arms, 669, 1392.

Hawmond, Ant., 512.

Hawte (Haute, Hawght), Sir Wm., 580 (pp. 232–4):—App. 8:—g. 1217 (23).

Haybur. See Habrough.

Haydon. See Heydon.

Hayes (Hese), Midd., g. 385 (32).

Hayes (Heys), Thos., goldsmith, 1419 ii.

Hayle. See Hale.

Haymonfrome (Heref.?), 412.

Haynes. See Heynes.

Haytfeld. See Hatfield.

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

Hayward, John, of Londwater, 867.

Haywarde. See Howard.

Hearn (Herne), Kent, 464.

-, vicar of. See Cobbe, Wm.

Heath (Heyth, Hethe), Nic., archd. of Stafford, 60, 381 C.:—g. 1217 (21).

-, -, sig. of, 60.

Hebburne, John, parson of Spellocke, g. 385 (28).

Hebrew, a scholar of, 1423, 1482.

Hedge, Wm., g. 1217 (3).

Hedingham Castle, Essex, priory of (supp.), g. 202 (45).

-, -, last prioress of. See Baynbrig, Mary.

Hedingham Sible, Essex, g. 202 (45 bis).

Hedlington. See Edlington.

Heldercare. See Ellerker.

Heliares. See Helyar.

Hellove or Helloff. See Belleau.

Helthrop, Wilts, letter dated at, 324.

Hely, Mr., 1404.

Helyar (Heliares), John, vicar of East Meon and rector of Warblington (in exile), letter to, 1350.

Hemings, Mr. (qu. Thos. Henneage, q. v.), 573 (p. 228).

Hempnall, Norf., g. 202 (36).

Hems . . ., Yorks., 1320.

Hemsworth, Thos., 564.

Henagge. See Henneage.

Henbery or Henbury, —, 61, 94.

Henbury, John, 1388.

Henehce. See Henneage.

Henham, Essex, g. 202 (36).

Heningham (should be Hyningham). See Imingham.

Henley-on-Thames, g. 202 (25).

Henley, Walter, App. 8.

Henneage (Henagge, Hennege, Henag, &c.), Thomas, of the Privy Chamber, 227, 250, 264, 324, 381 A., 573 (p. 228? Mr. Hemings), 578, 937, 985, 1018:— App. 9:—g. 202 (16), 385 (29), 1217 (1).

-, -, letter from, 985.

-, -, letters to, 578, 1018.

-, -, Katharine his wife, g. 1217 (1).

Henneage or Hennege, George, LL.D., dean of Lincoln, 531, 552, 939, 971 (p. 395), 1043, 1084.

-, (Hennyge, Henege, Henehce, Hannage, Hennyche), John, 552, 561, 587 (2), 589, 620, 717, 828 i., iii., vii., xii., 842 (3), 852, 854, 968 (p. 390), 970–1, 972 (p. 398), 1180, 1268:—g. 1217 (1).

-, -, letter from, 1268.

-, -, his wife, 552, 828 xii.

-, Thos., 879 (2).

Henns, Thos., Richmond's secretary, 164 (2).

Hennyngham, Sir John, 580 (4).

Henrison. See Henryson.

Henry VII., 3, 1059 ii., 1086 (p. 437), 1143 (p. 458), 1244 (p. 505), 1466, 1475:— g. 202 (33).

Henry VIII., personal references (all others omitted), 2 (2), 4, 6–9, 13, 17, 29, 30–4, 37, 40–1, 46–7, 52, 55, 61–2, 64, 71–4, 80–2, 93–4, 100, 107, 108–9, 115, 132, 142, 146–8, 152, 154, 157, 163, 170, 172–3, 176, 178, 182, 192, 203, 210, 219, 222, 228–9, 230, 233, 236, 250, 254, 266, 275, 277, 279, 284–5, 294, 296, 300, 307, 312–13, 316, 320, 322–4, 333–4, 341, 355, 358–9, 361, 368, 381 A., C., 389, 392, 397, 400, 413–14, 417, 423, 435, 438, 441–2, 446, 451–2, 461, 465, 470, 475, 479, 493, 501–2, 510, 512, 516, 523–4, 528–9, 535, 559, 561, 563, 566–7, 573, 576, 579 (2), 580 (2), 581–2, 587 (2), 588–9, 592, 597, 599, 600–3, 610, 613, 615–17, 631, 637, 639, 641–3, 647, 654, 658–60, 670–1, 676, 680, 686, 698, 700–1, 713–4, 718, 722–3, 725–6, 729, 734, 740, 746, 750–2, 759, 768–9, 788, 802, 814, 817, 826, 828 i., iii., v., vii., xii. (p. 327), 834–7, 841 (pp. 332–3), 842, 844, 848–9, 851–2, 860–1, 866, 878, 886, 891–2, 899, 901, 906, 914, 916–9, 921, 931, 935, 939, 941, 945, 947–8, 963, 968, 970–1, 975 (fo. 4), 976, 985–6, 989–90, 994–5, 1001, 1006–7, 1009–10, 1012, 1014, 1018, 1026, 1034–7, 1042, 1045, 1047, 1066, 1073, 1081–2, 1086, 1088, 1090, 1097, 1100–1, 1111, 1119, 1124, 1128, 1131, 1138, 1139–40, 1143, 1152, 1155 (5), 1159 n., 1160, 1167, 1173, 1181, 1194, 1196, 1204, 1212 (3), 1221–2, 1228–9, 1237–8, 1250, 1261, 1269, 1283, 1291, 1296, 1308, 1317, 1328, 1336, 1339, 1349, 1354, 1358, 1363, 1369, 1371, 1374, 1409–10, 1420, 1436, 1439, 1467, 1475, 1488, 1495:—g. 1217 (23).

-, letters from, 28, 65, 113–4, 131, 145, 150–1, 191, 271, 299, 304, 317, 351, 445, 469, 494, 544, 556–7, 569, 598, 611, 634, 656, 687–8, 712, 715–20, 737, 747–9, 764–6, 771, 780–1, 783, 787, 806 ii., 816, 819–21, 833, 850, 863, 873–4, 883–4, 894–7, 906–8, 918, 929 xiii., xiv., xvii., 977, 984, 992, 1002–3, 1022, 1031, 1061–4, 1074, 1110, 1174–6, 1178, 1212 (2), 1224–7, 1236, 1271, 1306, 1351, 1373, 1400:— App. 4.

-, letters to, 43, 91, 110–1, 132, 156, 184, 209, 212, 232, 235, 249, 256, 265, 283, 293, 305, 332, 339, 361, 366, 388, 399, 449, 462, 500, 526, 533–4, 536, 560, 562–3, 574, 587, 591, 601, 615, 621, 625, 644, 659, 672–3, 689, 692–3, 704, 728, 754–5, 760–1, 772–3, 776, 779, 793–4, 808, 815, 838, 845–6, 856 (also 856 n.), 858, 864, 902, 910, 914–5, 927, 929 xi., xv., xviii., xx., 932, 947, 983, 989, 1004, 1028, 1034, 1037, 1048, 1056, 1067, 1084–5, 1100, 1103–4, 1120, 1126, 1156, 1162, 1165, 1179, 1197, 1207–8, 1221, 1232, 1234, 1239, 1241, 1243, 1251, 1267, 1285, 1288, 1299, 1366, 1426, 1492, 1495.

-, his carriage, 94.

-, his cellar, 584.

-, his debts, 1419.

-, debts to, 1410 (3).

-, disbursements, 381, 516.

-, his divorce from Katharine of Arragon, 479 (p. 191), 597.

-, his expedition to Boulogne (1544), App. 9.

-, his handwriting, 833, 850.

-, his hawks, g. 385 (5).

-, his marriage with Jane Seymour, 8 (p. 10), 29 (p. 17), 64, 285 (p. 119), 320.

-, report of his death, 417.

-, crown officers, &c. of:—
-, admiral of England (Lord Admiral).
-, See Richmond, duke of; Fitzwilliam, Sir W.
-, armourer. See Kyrkenar, Erasmus.
-, attorney-general. See Baker, John (succeeded Hales 1536).
-, black rod (verger of the). See Knyvet, Ant.
-, butler of England. See Hussey, lord.
-, butlership of England, 66:—g. 943 (21).
-, chamberlain of the household. See Sandes, lord.
-, chancellor, lord. See Audeley, Sir Thomas.
-, chancellor of augmentations. See Rich, Sir Ric.
-, chancellor of the exchequer, 135. See also Cromwell, Thos.
-, chancellor of the duchy of Lancaster. See Fitzwilliam, Sir Wm.
-, clerks of the Petty Bag, 66 (named), 135.
-, cofferer. See Pekham, Edm.
-, comptroller. See Paulet, Sir Wm.
-, comptroller of the mint, 174. See also Whalley, John.
-, keeper of the change in the Tower and of the coinage. See Browne, John (1536, after Thos. Pope).
-, master of the horse. See Carew, Sir Nich.
-, master of the jewel house, 135. See also Cromwell, Thos.
-, master of the mint, 174.
-, master of the rolls, 296. See also Cromwell, Thos.; Hales, Chr. (1536).
-, master of the wards. See Paulet, Sir Wm.
-, printer, 1334 ii.
-, Privy Seal, lord. See Cromwell, Thos.
-, serjeants-at-arms (lists of), g. 1417 (23, 25).
-, serjeants-at-law. See Hynde, Jennye, Willoughby, and Brown.
-, six clerks of chancery, 66 (named), 135.
-, solicitor-general. See Whorwood, Wm.
-, treasurer of the chamber. See Tuke, Sir Brian.
-, treasurer of England. See Norfolk, Thos. duke of.
-, treasurer of the household. See Fitzwilliam, Sir Wm.
-, under clerk of the hanaper, 135. See also Judd, John.
-, vicar general. See Cromwell, Thos.
-, vice-chamberlain. See Kingston, Sir Wm.

Henry, Dauphin of France (1536), duke of Orleans (until Aug. 1536), second son of Francis I., 1 (p. 4), 15, 147 (p. 60), 383, 437, 469, 479 (p. 192), 848, 1379.

Henryson (Henrison), —, 818.

-, —, mayor of Pontefract, 1253. See also under Pontefract.

Henwood. See Hynwood.

Heppa. See Shapp.

Herbert, Harbart, Harbard:—

-, Blanche, widow of Sir Wm., 117.

-, Francis, 934 bis., 1150.

-, -, sig. of, 1150.

-, Lewis, g. 1417 (7).

-, Ric., g. 202 (10).

-, Sir Ric., temp. Edw. IV., g. 202 (10).

-, Sir Wm., letter from, 696.

Hercy (Hersy), —, 609.

Herdell, Hants, g. 1217 (6).

Herdes, Thos., 580 (4).

Herdwyk. See Hardwick.

Hereford (Herford), 412, 1328:—g. 202 (10, 39).

-, grant to the city, g. 202 (39).

-, castle of, 1328.

Hereford, bpric. of, 131.

Hereford (Herford), bp. of. See Fox, Edw.

Herefordshire, 580 (pp. 233, 235), 1338:— g. 385 (19), 1217 (23).

-, sheriff of (1536–7). See Scudamore, John.

Herenbault, —, 905.

-, his son, 905.

-, Josse, 420.

Heresy and heretics, 85, 369, 1001, 1182 (2), 1184, 1246, 1319, 1424.

Hericourt, Jehan de, 1359.

Herlay. See Harley.

Herne. See Hearn.

Hern Hill (Hornehill), near Faversham, Kent, 841 iv.

Heron, Ant., 878:—g. 1417 (10).

-, George, 1470, 1472:—g. 1417 (10).

-, -, letter from, 1472.

-, Sir John, of Chipchace, g. 1417 (3).

-, John, 580 (6).

-, -, monk of Bardney, 827 ii. bis.

-, Thos., App. 8.

-, Sir Wm., 1417 (3).

Herrings and herring fishery, 667, 743, 1229, 1253, 1282, 1301, 1388.

Herryngton. See Harrington.

Herseham. See Ersham.

Hersy. See Hercy.

Hertburne. See Hartburn.

Hertford, g. 519 (12).

-, letter dated at, 526.

Hertford, bp. of (i.e. Hereford). See Foxe, Edw.

Hertford, Felicia, letter from, 1344.

Hertfordshire, 502, 580 (pp. 232–5):— g. 519 (22), 1217 (23).

-, sheriff of. See Parker, Sir Hen.

Herun or Heron (Essex ?), 580 (pp. 232, 234).

Hervie or Hervy. See Harvey.

Heryng, Dr., abbot quondam of Coggeshall, 393.

Hese. See Hayes.

Heseham, John, 486.

Hesketh, Barth., 1230.

-, Sir Robt., 1251 (2).

Hesleyside, Nthld., 1155 (2).

Hesse, Philip landgrave of, 310.

Hessle (Hassill, Hasell, Hasill, Heysell, Hasshyll), upon Humber, Yorks., 647, 818, 828 (p. 327):—g. 519 (1), 1217 (1).

Hestborne. See Easebourne.

Hethe. See Heath.

Hevenynges (Hevinges or Hennyngs in Vol. X) nunnery, Linc., g. 1217 (26).

-, Joan Sandford, prioress of, g. 1217 (26).

Hever, Kent, letter dated at, 17.

Hewghis. See Hughes.

Hexham (Exam), Nthld., 504, 712, 760 (2), 1235:—g. 385 (30).

-, priory of, 88, 449, 504, 529, 535, 544, 689.

-, -, prior of, 689.

-, -, sub-prior of, 504.

-, -, rental of, 88.

-, St. Giles' hospital, 88.

Hexhamshire, Nthld., 504 (p. 204), 1155 (1, 2).

Heydon (Haydon), Hen., 580 (4).

-, Sir John, 580 (pp. 233–4), 659:— App. 5.

-, W., 867–8.

-, -, letter from, 867.

Heyles. See Hailes.

Heynes (Haynes), Dr. Simon, 1404.

Heyrothynge. See Roothing High.

Heys. See Hayes.

Heysell. See Hessle.

Heytesbury, Wilts, 104.

Heyth. See Heath.

Hichynson, —, of Sleaford, 969 (p. 392).

Hide. See Hyde.

Hide or Hyde, —, 31 (p. 18), 46–7, 61–2, 94, 264, 370, 413–4, 467, 573 (p. 228), 1072, 1181, 1222.

-, George, 580 (4).

-, Wm., 580 (pp. 232, 234).

Higdon, Brian, dean of York, 164 (4).

Higham Ferrers, Mht., 1406 (p. 558).

Higham, John, receiver of Waltham, 135.

-, Ric., 580 (4):—g. 202 (9).

Highbury, Midd., 135 (ter).

High Dutch. See German soldiers.

Highfield (Hyfelgd, Hygfeld, Hyghfelg), John, soldier of Calais, 429, 668, 1193.

-, -, letter to, 1193.

-, -, his son John, 1193.

-, -, his wife, 1193.

Highgate, Midd., letters dated at, 119.

Hildreskelf, letters dated at, 477, 647.

Hill, Ric., customer, 1419.

-, Roland, mercer, 1419.

Hillersdon, Andrew, sig. of, 166.

Hills, Ric., 78.

Hilsey, John, bp. of Rochester, prior of the Black Friars, London, 60, 124 (2), 188–90, 231, 260, 585 (p. 238), 705, 853 (p. 342), 1182 (2), 1319, 1322–5.

-, -, letters from, 188–90, 231, 260, 1324–5.

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

Hilton, Hugh, 1171.

-, Roger, 417.

-, Sir Thos., 1155 (2, 4), 1243 (2), 1246, 1293, 1372.

-, Sir Wm., 1417 (3).

Himbleton, Worc., 262, 407.

Hinde. See Hynde.

Hinton-on-the-Green, Glouc., g. 1217 (5).

Hitchin (Hechyn), Herts, App. 13.

-, New Bigging, nunnery in, 1479–80.

Hithe Cross, near Colchester, g. 519 (9).

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

Hobbis, John, 580 (6).

Hocheson, John, monk of Kirkstead, 828 x.

Hochynson, Wm., bailey of Rickmansworth, 868.

Hody, Wm., g. 202 (9).

Hoetrauwe, —, 436.

Hoffkyrke, Cant. dioc., g. 385 (33).

Hog, Thos., alias White, heretic, 1424.

Hogan, Robt., letter from, 518.

-, -, his wife and children, 518.

Hoge, Thos., 276.

Hoges, Mr., 165.

Hogeson, George, g. 943 (4).

Hogges, Hugh, 407.

Hoggeson, Wm. (rector of Saxby ?), 853.

Hoghe. See Houghe.

Hoghton. See Houghton.

Hoke, Henry, servant to Lord Leonard Grey, 1332, 1381.

Hokenell or Hokenhull, Hamond, g. 202 (19), 385 (7).

Holbeche, Hen., prior of Worcester (1536), afterwards bp. of Rochester, 262, 309, 1198.

-, -, letters from, 262, 1198.

Holcroft, John, 1251 (2).

-, (Howlcroft), Thos., sewer of the Chamber, 22, 255, 433, 1373:—g. 202 (8).

- (Howlcrofte), —, King's servant, 717, 722, 725, 728.

Holdenshire. See Howdenshire.

Holderness, Yorks., 687, 688 (2, 3), 715, 717, 722, 747, 760 (1, 2), 818, 841 (p. 333), 1075, 1166, 1168, 1176, 1235, 1294, 1406.

-, captains of, 818.

Holdesworth. See Holdsworth.

Holdiche (Holdyche), —, 404.

- (Holdishe), Robt., 580 (p. 234–5), 659.

Holdsworth (Holdesworth), Robt., vicar of Halifax, letter from, 997.

Holdyngfeld, in Hexhamshire, 1155.

Holgate, Robt., prior of Watton and master of the Gilbertines, afterwards bp. of Llandaff, 188, 260.

Holgill (Hollgyll), Wm., master of the Savoy, 135 ter, 497, 1419.

-, -, letter from, 497.

Holland, 1258:—g. 519 (17).

Holland (Holonde), district of Lincolnshire, 417, 567, 585, 625, 852.

Holland, Blace, 417.

-, John, of Chester, 1453.

-, Thos., mayor of Calais, 1388.

-, -, sig. of, 1388.

-, Thos., 585, 852, 1030.

-, -, letter from, 1030.

-, -, his children, 1030.

Hollands, Laurence, 140.

Hollgyll. See Holgill.

Hollis (Hollys), Sir Wm., alderman, 467, 573, 1419 iii.

Holmcultram Abbey, Cumb., 276, 319.

-, letter from sub-prior and convent, 276.

-, Thos. Ireby, abbot of, dec., 276, 319.

Holme, Notts., 1094, 1103 n.

-, ferryman of, 1094.

Holme in Spalding Moor, Yorks., g. 519 (1).

Holme, Wm., prior of Warter, g. 519 (1).

-, -, canon of Barlings, 827 ii.

-, Mr., 1048 ii.

Holmpatrick priory, in Ireland, 540, 709.

Holstein or Holst, duke of. See Christiern III.

Holt, alias Lyons, Denb., 164:—g. 943 (1).

-, castle of, 1493:—g. 943 (1).

Holte, Mr., 813, 1072, 1181, 1222, 1256, 1282, 1312.

-, Ric., 1419 ii.

-, Robt., 1251 (2).

-, Thos., 176:—g. 1417 (3, 15).

-, -, sig. of, 176.

-, Thos., of the Welsh council, 1255.

Holthamprice. See Haltemprice.

Holton, John, brother of William, 975 (fo. 5).

-, Leonard, brother of William, 975 (fo. 5).

-, Wm., vicar of Cockerington, 827 ii., 975 (fo. 5, "Hutton," but Holton is the name in Valor Ecc.).

Holybourne (Halybourne), Hants, g. 202 (37).

Holydays, abrogation of, 270–1, 405, 431–2, 514, 970.

Holyhead, in Anglesea, 934.

Holy Island (Elande) priory, Nthld., 877.

-, prior of. See Sparke, Thos.

Holy Orders, 60.

Holyhead, in Anglesea, 14.

Hondicourt, in France, town, castle, and monastery of, 35.

Hondt, Jacques, lady Lisle's servant, 1257, 1274.

Hone, Galyen, glasier, 168 (p. 74).

-, John, tallow chandler, 1419 ii.

Hons chapel, 841.

Honscoet (misprinted Houscoet), in Flanders, 1000, 1151.

Hontley, George. 623.

Hoo, Wm., vicar of Eastbourne, and suffragan of Chichester, 300.

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

Hoore. See Houth.

Hope, Fulk, g. 385 (7).

Hopkinson, Robt., 853 (p. 342).

Hopton, Sir Arth., 580 (pp. 233–4), 615, 642, 967, 1169–70.

-, -, letters from, 1169–70.

Hopton Solers (Heref. ?), 412.

Horcey. See Horsey.

Horde, Dr., prior of Hinton, 75.

Horkstow (Horkestowe), Linc., 853.

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

Hornby castle, Lanc., letter dated at, 1232.

Hornby, Yorks., 104.

Horncastle (Hornecastell), Linc., 536, 552–3, 568, 620, 658, 715, 717, 764, 780 ii., 828 i. (2), ii., iii. (2), v., viii., x., xi., 838, 842 (4), 843, 850, 852, 854 (p.344), 913, 967, 969, 971 (pp. 395–6), 974–5 (fos. 1, 2, 8), 1062, 1224 (2).

-, captains of, 715 (p. 277), 717.

-, church of, 828 i. (2), ii., 975 (fo. 8).

-, moot hall at, 828 i. (2).

-, schoolmaster of. See Andrewson, —.

Hornchurch, Essex, 1495 n.

-, Thos. Duke, vicar of, 1495.

Horncliffe (Horneclif), Robert (N. Horneclif in No. 1104), 996, 1075, 1103–5, 1120.

Horneblower or Hornyblowe, John, 407.

-, Kath., 407 (2 ii).

Horneby, —, lord Hussey's servant, 852.
-, See also Hornby.

Hornehill. See Hern Hill.

Hornyblowe. See Horneblower.

Horsay. See Horsey.

Horseman, Margery ("Mrs. Margery"), 33, 264, 879.

-, John, 1456.

-, Roger, g. 943 (16).

Horses (mentioned as presents, &c.), 6, 66, 264, 297, 301 (p. 127), 334, 345, 394, 584, 601, 603, 1333, 1440, 1498 (10), 1455:—g. 519 (15).

-, a royal stud, 1440.

Horsey, Horsay, Horcey, or Horcy:—

-, —, 1072.

-, Sir John, 580 (pp. 232, 234), 670:— g. 202 (9), 1217 (23).

-, John, 1155 (5).

Horsham St. Faith's, priory of, 327, 484.

-, prior of. See Salisbury, John.

Horsman. See Horseman.

Horsted, Little, Suss., letter dated at, 448.

Horton, Humph., g. 1417 (27).

Horwood, John (should be Wm.), 381 C.

-, (Horrwode), Wm., alias Peter, parish priest of Bromsgrove, 1286, 1292.

-, -, sig. of, 1292. See also Whorwood.

Horsey or Hosye. See Hussey.

Hougate, Edw., 1320.

-, Thos., 1320. See also Hungate.

Houghe (Hoghe), Ric., 381 B., 1066.

-, Sir Ric., 1454.

Houghton (Howton), Chesh., g. 385 (7).

Houghton (Howghton), Hants, 301 (2).

Houghton (Hoghton), John, of Pendleton, 1155 (1, 2).

-, Sir Ric., 1060, 1251 (2).

-, -, letter to, 1060.

Hound (Hownde), Hants, g. 385 (3).

Houscoet or Houscoit, misprint for Honscoet (q. v.).

Houth (Hoore), justice in Ireland, 933, 1149 (p. 461), 1150, 1249 (2).

-, -, sig. of, 1150.

Howard (Haywarde), lord Edmond, brother of Norfolk, comptroller of Calais, 139 ii., iv., 161, 241, 488, 1098.

-, -, sig. of, 161.

-, -, his wife, 1098.

-, -, his house, 1098.

Howard, Katharine, widow of Rice ap Griffith, "lady Rice," 1195.

Howard, Thomas. See Norfolk, duke of.

Howard, Thomas, earl of Surrey (1483– 1514), second duke of Norfolk (1514– 24), Lord High Treasurer, 957.

Howard, lord Thomas, son of Norfolk, 659.

Howard, lord Thomas, half brother of Norfolk (in the Tower), 48, 147 (p. 64), 293–4, 376.

Howard (Hawarde), lord William, half brother of Norfolk, 48, 139 ii., iv., 163 (p. 71), 381 A., 580 (2, 5), 599, 636, 800–1, 864, 937, 1205–6, 1208, 1234:— App. 9.

-, -, letters from, 599, 636.

-, -, sig. of, 1208, 1234.

-, -, his mother. See Norfolk, Agnes, duchess dowager of.

-, -, his wife, Margaret Gamage, 48.

-, -, his marriage, 381 A.

Howden (Holden), Yorks., 1088, 1155 (4), 1402.

Howdenshire (Howdanshire, Holdenshire), Yorks., 622, 627, 646, 664, 687, 704, 742, 749–50, 760 (1, 2), 1017, 1166, 1176, 1235–6 (p. 501), 1294, 1402.

Howel, ap. See under Ap Howel.

Howghton. See Houghton.

Howlcroft. See Holcroft.

Howm. See Hume.

Howmedes. See Omedes.

Hownde. See Hound.

Hownsdon. See Hunsdon.

Howscyrke, near Calais, 56.

Howton. See Houghton.

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

Hublethorn, Hen., 1419.

Huckyngton, g. 202 (9).

Hucvale, Robt., g. 202 (25).

Huddersfield (Othersffelde), Yorksh., 828 v.

Huddestrete. See Dean East cum Huddestrete.

Huddleston (Huddelston), Sir John, 580 (p. 235).

-, Miles, rector of Whittington, g. 202 (8).

Hudson, Robt., 827 (1, 3), 968 (p. 390).

-, Wm., jun., 975 (fo. 5).

Hudswell (Huddiswell, Huddeswell, &c.), George, 568, 715, 747, 772, 852–3, 975 (fo. 8), 1120.

-, -, confession of, 853.

Huggate (Hugget), Yorks., g. 519 (1). See also Hougate and Hundgait.

Hughes (Hewghis), John, LL.D., 125, 301 (p. 127), 1419 i., ii., 1467.

-, -, sig. of, 125.

-, Roger, LL.B., 309.

Hugyn, ap. See Ap Hugyn.

Hulke (qu. Hull?), 1168.

Hull (Kingston-upon-Hull), 215, 664, 760 (2), 789, 817–20, 834, 883, 921, 955 (3), 966, 970, 972, 990, 996, 998, 1004, 1017, 1046 (3), 1049 (3), 1059, 1064 (pp. 429–30), 1075, 1078, 1086, 1095, 1103, 1155 (2, 4), 1168 (? "Hulke"), 1169, 1176, 1197, 1224, 1229, 1235–6, 1239, 1276, 1285, 1296, 1343, 1410 (3, 4):—g. 519 (1).

-, letters from the town, 996, 1285.

-, letter to the town, 819.

-, letter dated at, 1076.

-, Charterhouse of, g. 385 (34).

-, -, Ralph Malyvere, prior of, g. 385 (34).

-, mayor of. See Roger, Wm.

-, customer of. See Lambert, John.

-, prisoners at (named in 996), 996, 1049 (3), 1075.

Hull, John, King's servant, 522 (p. 212).

Hullbridge, Yorks., 818.

Hulme, St. Benets, Norf., abbot of. See Repps, Wm., bp. of Norwich.

Humber, the, ("the Water,") 563, 622, 694, 714 (p. 276, "river which goes up to York"), 780, 789 ("a water"), 1095, 1155 (5). App. 10.

Humberston, Linc., 974.

Humbler or Ambler, Wm., of Preston, bailiff, 818, 955.

Hume (Howm, Humis), George, 916 i., ii., 935.

Humfrey, Ric., g. 202 (13 N).

Hundgait. See Hungate.

Hunesdon. See Hunsdon.

Hungary, 179 (p. 78), 963.

Hungary, queen of. See Mary.

Hungate (Hundgait), Mr., and his sons, 960.

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

Hungerford, Walter, lord, of Heytesbury, 104, 139 iv., 580 (pp. 232, 234, 236), 809:—App. 16.

Hungerford (Hungreford), Sir Ant., sheriff of Oxon and Berks (1536–7), 580 (pp. 232, 235), 623, 937, 1406, 1462:—g. 1217 (20, 23).

-, -, letter from, 1462.

Hunsdon (Hownsdon, Hunesdon), Herts, 222, 500:—g. 202 (32).

-, letters dated at, 6, 43, 132, 203, 312, 334, 639, 1082, 1090, 1269.

-, steward of (? Mr. Stuard), 500.

-, park of, 500.

-, -, keeper of, letter from, 500.

Hunt, Dr., dec., 1184–5.

Huntingdon, 552, 580 (p. 234), 603, 607, 624, 638, 642, 660, 671, 726, 800–1, 829.

-, -, letters dated at, 615–17, 661, 801.

-, Austin canons (St. Mary's), g. 385 (24).

-, -, Hugh Whitwyke, prior, g. 385 (24).

Huntingdon, George Hastings, earl of, 26, 104, 139 ii., iv., 552, 560, 569, 580 (p. 236), 590, 625, 644, 656, 673, 694, 712, 715, 717, 719, 729, 730, 739–40, 747–8, 751, 757–8, 764–5, 771–4, 802, 826, 840, 852, 884, 887, 900–1, 910, 912, 922, 929 xxii–ix., 947, 1171, 1212, 1228, 1236, 1410 (3): —App. 9.

-, -, letters from, 560, 644, 673, 694, 730–1, 740, 757, 772–4, 887, 900–1, 910, 1171.

-, -, letters to, 26, 729, 739, 748, 802, 912.

Huntingdonshire, 580 (p. 234):—g. 519 (22), 1217 (23).

-, sheriff of. See Cromwell, Rich.

Huntington, in the Welsh Marches, g. 385 (19).

Huntley, George Gordon, earl of, 512.

Huntley, John, letter from, 1071.

-, Thos., 1419 ii.

Huntynton, Sir Ric., 1403.

Hunyslowe Beacons, near Beverley, 828 (p. 327).

Hurde. See Hart.

Hurley, Berks, g. 202 (4).

-, priory of (supp.), g. 202 (4).

-, the "Thikkett" in, g. 202 (4).

Hurte, Wm., 975 (fo. 4).

Huse or Husee. See Hussey.

Huss (Husse), John, the martyr, 1246.

Hussey (Huse, Hosey, Hussae), John lord, butler of England, formerly chamberlain to the Princess Mary, 7 (p. 8), 104, 139 ii., iv., 222, 531–2, 538–9, 547, 552–3, 561, 567, 576 (p. 230 n.), 578, 580 (5), 587, 589–90, 620, 625, 747, 772, 828 iii., xii., 851–2, 853 (p. 342), 854 (p. 344), 968 (p. 390), 969, 971 (pp. 395–6), 973, 975 (fo. 4), 1007, 1143 (p. 458):—App. 16:— g. 202 (13), 943 (21).

-, -, letters from, 531–2, 538, 547, 561, 1007.

-, -, letters to, 539, 589.

-, -, deposition of, 852.

-, -, his clerk's hand, 532.

Hussey (Husse, Hosye), Anne, lady, wife of the preceding, 7 (p. 8), 10, 222, 828 xii., 852–3 (p. 343), 854 (p. 344), 969 (p. 392).

-, -, examination of, in her own hand, 222.

-, -, her children, 852 (p. 341).

Hussey, Hussye, Husee, Huse:—

-, Mr., 622.

-, John, spear of Calais, searcher of Oye, Lisle's agent in England, letters from, 31–2, 46–7, 61–2, 94, 100, 108–9, 264, 370, 413–4, 467, 491, 573, 797, 812–3, 889, 951, 1072, 1181, 1222, 1256, 1282, 1312, 1369, 1397.

-, -, other references, 55, 410, 572, 1132, 1262, 1311, 1358.

-, -, his brother, 573 (p. 228).

-, -, his father, 1282.

-, -, his hostess, 1282.

-, Sir Robt., 854 ii.:—g. 202 (13).

-, Sir Wm., son of lord Hussey, 584, 772:—g. 202 (13).

Huttoft, Linc., 324.

Huttoft, Henry, 516, 580 (p. 234 bis):— g. 1217 (15).

Hutton, John, governor of the Merchant Adventurers at Antwerp, 239, 295, 457, 494, 631, 984, 1199, 1275, 1296.

-, -, letters from, 239, 295, 457, 631, 1275, 1296.

Hutton, —, of Snape, 955.

-, John, 724.

-, Thos., 580 (pp. 234–5).

-, Wm. See Holton, Wm.

Huxley (Uxley), Wm., serjeant-at-arms, 934: —g. 1417 (23).

Hybgrave. See Ibgrave.

Hychyn. See Hitchin.

Hyde (Hide) abbey (near Winchester), 12.

-, prior of, 12, 1347.

-, late prior of, 12.

-, receiver of, 951.

Hyde (Hyede) manor, Midd., g. 202 (4).

Hyde. See Hide.

Hyfelgd or Hygfeld. See Highfield.

Hykman, —, his wife, 407.

Hynde (Hinde), John, King's serjeant-at-law, 381 A., B., 580 (pp. 234–5):—g. 202 (9).

Hynwood (Henwood) nunnery, Warw., letter dated at, 227.

Hythe, one of the Cinque Ports, 263.

Hyttes, John, letter from, 1463.

I.

Ibgrave (Hybgrave), Thos., 868.

Ibsley (? "Isby"), Hants, g. 1217 (6).

Ichingham (Echingham), Sir Osborne, 1044, 1104–5.

Ickleton or Icklington (Ykelington) nunnery (supp.), Camb., 529.

Idyll, John, 276.

Ierland. See Ireland.

Images, 59 (2), 96, 1421.

Imingham (Immingham, Heningham), Linc., 973, 975 (fo. 8), 1155 (5).

Imperialists, 228. See also Charles V., his army.

Ince, Lanc., 1251 (2).

Incent, Dr. John, canon of St. Paul's and master of St. Cross, Winchester, 301, 1419.

Inclosures and intacks, statute of, 1246 (p. 507).

Ingesthorpe, Essex, g. 202 (45).

Ingeston, Camb., g. 202 (45).

Ingham (Yngham), Crossed Friars, Norf., 261.

Ingleby, John, of Grimolby, 974.

Inglefeld. See Englefield.

Ingulson, Robt., letter from, 1464.

Injunctions to the Clergy (articles), Cromwell's, 377, 480, 1460.

Injunctions to the Clergy, the King's (the King's book, &c.), 405, 432, 514–5, 649, 1111, 1425. See also Articles and Holydays.

Inquisition, the (in Spain), 40 (p. 21).

Ipswich, 245, 580 (pp. 234–5):—App. 16.

-, letters dated at, 245, 1057, 1309, 1357.

-, bailiffs of, 580 (4), 1309, 1357.

-, ships in the port, 1057.

Ipswich, suffragan of. See Manning, Thos.

Irebye (Eyrby, Ereby, Erby), Ant., 842 (3), 852:—g. 202 (13).

-, Thos., abbot of Holmcultram, dec., 276.

Ireland, 1, 2, 69, 200, 208, 234, 259 (p. 110), 265–7, 286, 332–3, 350–1, 376, 381 A., C., 382, 468, 474, 502, 521, 540, 574, 915, 932–4, 1086, 1149–50, 1156–7, 1248–9, 1332, 1346, 1414–16, 1434, 1453, 1489.

- army (soldiers, English retinue, &c.) in, 69, 101–2, 205, 257, 259, 265–7, 281–2, 332–3, 350–1, 382 (3), 521 (p. 211), 574, 709, 932–4, 1149–50, 1157 (p. 465), 1248, 1332, 1434.

-, -, accounts of, 934.

-, -, provost-marshal of. See Pole, Wm.

-, articles for, 382 (3).

-, coinage in, 521 (p. 211), 934.

-, Council in, 2 (2), 101–2, 199, 256–7, 265–6, 281–2, 333, 350–1, 382, 709, 915, 932–3, 1149–50, 1156–7, 1248–9, 1332.

-, -, letters from, 350, 915, 1150, 1156.

-, -, letter to, 351.

-, Commons House, 540.

-, Upper House, 540.

-, the Irish, 521, 574, 1248–9, 1332 (3), 1414–6.

-, list of monasteries in, 1416.

-, suppression of monasteries in, 521 (p. 211).

-, money for, 174, 381 C.

-, English Pale, "the Pale," and "the Englishry," 101, 257, 281, 540, 1248, 1414, 1416.

-, Parliament in, 101, 257, 259, 265, 281, 350, 382, 521, 540, 915, 1150, 1415.

-, -, acts of, 1415.

-, -, Acts to be passed in, 540.

-, rebels in (Fitzgerald's party), 1, 90.

-, revenue of, 1149–50.

-, the Four Shires, 266.

Ireland, King's officers in:—
-, chancellor. See Trimletiston, lord.
-, chancellorship of, 382.
-, chief baron of Exchequer. See Fynglas, Patrick.
-, chief justice. See Aylmer, Gerald.
-, clerk of the Crown in Chancery. See Cowley, Robert.
-, lord deputy, 200, 932, 1248, 1416.
-, See also Grey, lord Leonard.
-, the judges, 540.
-, justices of King's Bench, 1249 (2).
-, provost-marshall. See Pole, Wm.
-, master of the Rolls. See Alen, John.
-, King's serjeant. See Barnewall, Patrick.
-, lord treasurer. See Butler, lord James.
-, treasurer of the army or of the wars, ("Mr. Treasurer"). See Brabazon, Wm.

Ireland, Ierland, or Irland:—
-, Humph., letter from, 939.
-, Thos., 1251 (2).

Iryell. See Uriell.

Isabella, empress of Charles V., letters to, 64, 320, 368, 423, 493, 698, 1001, 1160, 1204.

-, -, other reference to, 40 (p. 21).

Isby, qu. Ibsley ? q. v.

Isle, the. See Axholme, Isle of.

Islington, Midd., letter dated at, 683.

Islip, John, abbot of Westminster (died 1532), 141 n.

Italian merchants in England, 1131.

Italian soldiers ("Italians"), 70, 179, 378, 479 (pp. 192–3), 528 (p. 214), 744, 779 (p. 300), 1305 (p. 529).

Italy and the Italians, 7 (p. 5), 15, 40 (p. 22), 70–1, 73, 148, 179, 181, 235, 328 (p. 135), 389 (p. 160), 441 (p. 177), 744, 779 (pp. 300–1), 963, 1100, 1160, 1305.

-, league of, 389 (p. 160), 779 (p. 300).

Item, Robt., g. 1217 (5).

Ivars or Ivers. See Evers.



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