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'Index: J, K', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 11: July-December 1536 (1888), pp. 657-660. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75509 Date accessed: 22 October 2014.


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Jackson or Jakson, Charles, 522.

-, John, 276.

-, Nich., serjeant-at-arms, 841 (see Errata):—g. 1417 (23, 25).

-, Randolph, Chester Herald, 910.

-, Ric., parson of Witnesham, 1393.

-, Wm., 853.

Jacob, Denis, 338.

Jacques, lady Lisle's servant. See Hondt, J.

Jaklyng, Edm., 853.

Jakson. See Jackson.

James IV., king of Scotland, 113.

James V., King of Scotland, 8 (p. 10), 64, 110, 112–4, 220, 285 (p. 119), 286, 339, 358 (p. 145), 366, 396, 399, 400, 423, 479 (p. 196), 493, 508, 512, 542, 596, 631, 656, 711, 815, 848, 860 (p. 346), 862, 916, 935, 953, 984, 1012, 1109, 1119, 1130, 1143 (p. 459), 1172–3, 1183, 1194, 1203, 1250, 1305 (p. 529), 1315, 1351–2, 1363, 1373, 1379, 1382, 1395, 1477.

-, -, letters from, 366, 399, 1109.

-, -, letters to, 114, 1351.

-, -, his proposed marriage with Mary of Vendôme, 41, 220, 542, 916 i., ii.

-, -, his marriage with Magdalen of France (Scotch marriage), 711, 815, 848, 916 ii., 935, 953, 984, 1012, 1119, 1130, 1143 (p. 459), 1172–3, 1183, 1305 (p. 529), 1351–2, 1373, 1395.

-, -, -, contract for, 1172.

-, -, his master of horse. 114.

-, -, his mistress. See Erskine, Marg.

-, -, nuncio to. See Laurerius, Dionysius.

James, Mr. See Basset, James.

James, Wm., 490.

Jams, Sir. See Hamilton, Sir James.

Jane, Queen. See Seymour, Jane.

Jannettus, Guidus, letter from, 1131.

Jasper, an Almain captain named, 235 (qu. Caspar von Fronsberg, q. v.).

Jaye, Wm., rector of Holy Trinity, Colchester, g. 519 (8).

Jeane. See Genoa.

Jeffrey, —, clerk of the Privy Seal, 926.

Jefson, Wm., one of the Six Clerks, 66.

Jenkynson, Henry, monk of Kirkstead (wrongly called of Bardney in 827), 827 (1 ii., 3), 828 viii.

-, Ric., 522.

Jennye, Mrs., 163 (p. 71).

- (Jenney, Gennye), Chr., King's serjeant-at-law, 215, 381 B., 470, 503, 559, 580 (4), 659:—g. 1417 (3).

-, -, sig. of, 215.

-, John, 164 (2).

-, Nic., 427.

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

Jenyns, Bernard, skinner, 1419 ii.

-, John, alias Longraunt, John, q. v.

- (Jennins), Thos., rector of St. Michael's, Wood Street, 1425.

Jermayn, Mr., 1478 (perhaps Germain Gardiner, who was with bp. Gardiner in France).

Jermayn or Jermyn (Germyn), Sir Thos., 580 (pp. 233–4), 603, 625, 642, 659.

Jermy, Sir John, 580 (4).

Jerningham, Edm., 1319.

- (Germyngham), Sir John, 580 (pp. 233–4), 659.

Jerome (Jherom), —, monk of Canterbury, 503.

Jerome, —, 13.

- (Jherome), John, monk of Bardney, 828 vii.

Jersey, Island of, g. 202 (12).

-, -, governor of. See Seymour, Sir Edw.

Jervis or Jarves, Mr., 197.

-, Ric., 1419 iii., 1424.

Jewel House, the, 768, 1220.

Jherom. See Jerome.

Jobson, Fras., App. 1.

Joernee, Nic. de, 905.

Johannes, Cromwell's servant, 393. See John.

John III., king of Portugal, brother of the Empress, 441 (p. 177).

John, king of Hungary. See Scepuse, John.

John XXII., Pope, 1355 n.

John, Sir, Cromwell's servant (qu. Maxwell ?), 455. See Johannes.

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

John (Mr. John), 522 (2).

Johns, Hugh, 164 (2).

Johnson, Harry, master gunner, 39.

-, James, 828 xiii.

-, Ralph, g. 385 (14).

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

- (Jonson), Robt., 828 iii.

-, Wm., 831.

-, (Jonson), Wm., of Great Torrington, g. 519 (18).

-, William, vicar of Alford, 967 x., 972–3.

Jones, Geoff., g. 1217 (12).

Jorneman, —, 500.

Joskyn, James, Henneage's servant, 937.

Jowis, John, 841 iv.

Joye, Thos., 1393 (2).

Judd, John, under clerk of the Hanaper, 66, 135 (bis), 491, 573.

Judges, the, 7 (p. 8), 230.

Julian Bowre, a cross called, 828 i., iii., 968 (p. 390).

Julius II., Pope, 1081.

Justes, Mr., 1436 (2).

Justification, doctrine of, 59 (2).

Juvenale, Latins, "Latinus," 744.

K.

Kaio. See Kew.

Kanapillis. See Canaples, sieur de.

Kant, Peter, vice-admiral (admiral lieutenant) at Dunkirk, 363, 1158.

Karyckogynnell. See Carrigogunnell.

Kastur. See Caistor.

Katharine of Arragon, first queen of Henry VIII., 15, 64, 80, 222, 320, 479 (p. 191), 576, 597, 714, 1081–2, 1182 (p. 479), 1195, 1204, 1277, 1436.

-, -, her jewels, 15 (or Anne Boleyn's?).

-, -, her physician. See Sa, Michael de la.

-, -, lands of, 1277.

Kavanagh (Kavenagh), Arthur, son of Gerald, 90.

-, Gerald, alias Sutton, 90.

Kavanaghs (Cavenaghs), the Irish family, 101, 521 (p. 211), 1414.

Kayingham (Keyngham), in Holderness, 818.

Kayme. See Kyme.

Kebson. See Gibson.

Keing Hardy (?), Wm., 714. [The writer may possibly have meant William King, bailiff of Louth.]

Kelke, Thos., 928.

Kell, —, 975 (fo. 3).

Kelletts moor, near Colchester, g. 519 (9).

Kells (Kenlis), in Ireland, canons of, 1416.

-, St. John's priory, 1416.

Kember, —, 920.

Keme. See Kyme.

Kemerton (Kymerton), Glouc., g. 1417 (19).

Kemess (Kemnys) hundred, Pemb., 1427.

Kemmys, David Morgan, 135.

Kempe, Edm., 1201, 1419 ii.

-, -, sig. of, 1201.

-, Sir Wm., 580 (pp. 233–4):—App. 8.

Kempt, Hen., 916.

Kemsey, —, 818.

Kenchester, Heref., 412.

Kendal (Kendall and Kyndall), Westmld., 666, 879, 892 (3), 900, 912, 928, 955, 995, 1040 (3), 1046 (3), 1092, 1096, 1135, 1155 (2), 1207, 1232, 1246, 1271, 1337, 1392.

-, bailiff of, 1392.

-, captain of. See Atkinson, John.

Kendall, Thomas, S.T.B., (fn. 1) vicar of Louth, 576 (see Notes), 828 i., 843 (1, 2), 854 ii., 968 (p. 390), 970, 1062, 1224 (2).

-, -, interrogatories for, 843 (2).

-, -, answers of, 970.

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

-, Wm., canon of Barlings, 805, 828 vi.

Kene, John, 580 (6).

Keneston. See Kingston.

Kenlis. See Kells.

Kenlloth and Owen, in the marches of Wales, g. 943 (1).

Kenney, Ric., 818.

Kenninghall (Kenyngall), Norf., letters dated at, 233, 236, 404, 458, 470, 626, 671.

Kenrike, Ric., 580 (6).

Kent, 255, 307, 361, 476, 520, 579–80 (pp. 232–5), 714, 751, 753, 1220, 1238, 1410, 1445:—App. 8:—g. 519 (22), 1217 (23).

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

-, weavers in, 520.

Kenynghall. See Kenninghall.

Keo. See Kew.

Kerbery, Maude, 417.

Kerford. See Kirdford.

Kerlesle. See Carlisle.

Kermerddyn or Kermerthyn. See Carmarthen.

Kermounde, Linc., 568.

Kern. See Carne.

Kertyn. See Kirton.

Kerver, John, 1393 (2).

Kester. See Caistor.

Kesteven (Kesteyne, Kesten), district of Lincolnshire, 625, 852 (p. 341).

Ketering. See Kettering.

Ketleby. See Kettleby.

Kettell, —, 225.

Kettering (Ketering), Ntht., 970 (p. 394).

-, letter dated at, 87.

Kettleby (Ketleby), Linc., 827 ii.

Ketyng, Alex., letter from, 200.

-, Nic., his lands, 200.

Kevest. See Knyvett.

Kew (Kaio, Cao, Keo), Surr., 1291, 1466:— g. 1417 (20).

Kexforde, Ric., 522.

Key, Arth., 522.

Keyleway. See Cayleway.

Keyme. See Kyme.

Keyngham. See Kayingham.

Keyns, Philip, letter from, 1465.

Keyro (qu. Cairo ?), treakyll de, 18.

Keys of Heaven, 86 (2).

Keysell, John, 890.

Kichen, —, of Beverley, 955.

- (Kychen), Thos., 975 (fo. 4).

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

Kilburn nunnery (suppr.), prioress of, 310.

Kilca. See Kilkaa.

Kildare county, in Ireland, 259 (p. 110 bis), 521, 915, 934, 1414, 1416.

-, monasteries in, 1416.

-, earldom (lands) of, 350, 382, 521 (p. 211), 574 (p. 229), 709.

Kildare, Gerald Fitzgerald, ninth earl of, 234, 257, 282, 350, 540, 709, 1157.

-, -, his goods, 257 (p. 109), 350.

-, -, his son. See Fitzgerald, Gerald.

-, -, his servants, 257 (p. 109).

-, -, his five brethren. See Fitzgerald, lord Thomas, his five uncles.

Kildare, lord or earl of. See Fitzgerald, lord Thomas.

-, Eliz., countess of, sister of lord Leonard Grey, letter from, 97.

Kilkaa (Kilca), in Ireland, 101, 1157.

Kilkenny, in Ireland, 69, 101–2, 257, 259, 265–6, 521, 709.

-, castle of, 574 (p. 229).

-, St. John's priory, 1416.

-, -, prior of, 1416.

Kilkenny county, 259 (p. 110), 574, 915.

Kilmainham (Kylmayne), in Ireland, 1249 (2).

-, letters dated at, 932–3, 1149, 1157.

Kilmainham, prior of. See Rawson, Sir John.

Kilmallock (Kilmahallock), in Ireland, 350, 1332, 1381.

Kilnwick (Kilwyke), Percy, Yorks., g. 519 (1).

Kilparke, in Ireland, 468.

Kilpeck, Heref., 1328.

Kimbolton, Hunts, 615.

Kinfare, Staff., letter dated in, 387.

King (Kyng), George, governor of Friesland, 1296.

King, John, 1393 (2).

-, Matthew, 934.

-, Wm., bailiff of Louth, 568, 828 i. (p. 322), iii., 843, 853–4 ii., 968 (p. 390), 972. See Keing Hardy.

Kingham, Oxon, g. 202 (4).

King's Bench prison. See under London.

Kingsmill (Kyngismill), Mr., of Southwark, 302.

-, —, 580 (p. 234).

Kings Pyon (Pewne), Heref., 412.

Kingston-upon-Hull. See Hull.

Kingston (Kynston) Lisle, Berks, 573 (p. 298).

Kingston-upon-Thames, Surr., 301 (p. 127), 920 (2), 1466.

-, petition of bailiffs and town, 1466.

-, curate of. See Cockes, Wm.

-, vicar of, 301.

Kingston-upon-Thames, hundred of, 1466.

Kingston (Kyngeston), Sir William, vicechamberlain, 45, 197, 231, 381 A, 580 (1, 2), 701, 750, 776, 799, 803, 823–4, 833 (Sir W. K.), 835–7, 844, 850 ii., 937, 1237:—App. 9.

-, -, sig. of, 701, 776, 803, 824, 835, 837, 844, 1237.

-, -, letters to, 823, 836.

Kingston, Anthony, 580 (2), 623, 726, 750–1, 937:—g. 385 (5,6).

- (Kingeston), Johannes, 29 (p. 17).

-, John, vicar of Tetney, 974–5 (fos. 4, 8).

- (Keneston), Thos., 827, 842 (4), 967 ix.

Kingswood, Wilts, abbey of, App. 16.

Kinsale, in Ireland, 474, 1332.

Kirbye (Kyrbye), Reynold, monk of Kirkstead, 827 ii., ix.

Kirdford (Kerford), Suss., g. 202 (37).

Kirk, Kyrk, or Kyrke, Robt., harbinger, 623.

-, Robert, sailor, letter from, 1301.

-, Thomas, chaunter of Louth, 968 (p. 391).

-, Wm. and his wife, 1111.

Kirkaldy, in Scotland, 400.

Kirkby Lonsdale (Kirbylondisdale), Lanc., 841.

Kirkby (-Ravensworth ?), Yorks., letter dated at, 1284.

-, rector of. See Dakyn, John.

Kirkbyshire (Kyrkebieshire), Yorks., 760 (2), 1246.

Kirkby Stephen, Westmld., letter dated at, 1080.

Kirkby or Kyrkby, Ric., 1155 (2).

-, Wm., 1251 (2).

Kirke. See Kirk.

Kirkham, Kyrkham, or Kyrkeham, Robt., 580 (p. 234).

-, Sir Robt., 619:—g. 202 (13 N.), 1217 (23).

-, -, letter from, 619.

Kirkhaugh. See Kyrke Haule.

Kirkstead (Kirkestede, Kyrkysted, Kyrsted), abbey, Linc., 975.

-, abbot of, 827 ii., 828 viii., 975 (fo. 2).

-, -, servants of, 975 (fo. 2).

-, bursar of, 828 viii.

-, cellarer of, 828 viii.

-, monks of, 827 ii., 828 i. (2), vi.–x., 975.

Kirton (Kyrtone, Kertyn), Linc., 828 iii., xii., 852.

Kirton (Kyrton), Mr., 12.

-, Thos., 805.

Kitson (Kytson), Sir Thos., alderman, 387, 1419 iii.

-, -, letter to, 387.

Knaresborough, Yorks., 522 (p. 212), 729.

-, St. Robert's priory, 1047.

Knevet. See Knyvet.

Knight, William, LL.D., archdeacon of Richmond (Cole's patron), 513, 651, 834, 1419:—g. 943 (16).

Knight or Knyght:—

-, —, Brian's servant, 1103, 1196, 1242.

-, John, 1103.

Knightley or Knyghtley, Edmund, serjeantat-law, 87, 931:—g. 202 (13 N.).

-, -, sig. of, 931.

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

Knighton (Knyghton), Thos., 580 (4), 699.

-, -, letter to, 699.

Knill, Heref., 412.

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

Knoll, Kent, 361.

-, letter dated at, 1100.

Knoll, in Chorley parish, Lanc., 1230.

Knolle, farm of, 463.

Knolles or Knowles, John, g. 519 (5).

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

-, Robert, bailiff of Barton-uponHumber, 853 (p. 342), 854 ii., 974, 1075–6, 1169.

-, Wm., of Hull, 1285.

Knoll hill (Berks?), g. 202 (4).

Knossington (Cnossyngton, Rutl.), Leic., g. 519 (13).

Knottesford, John, g. 943 (20).

Knowles. See Knolles.

Knowsley, Lanc., 635.

-, letter dated at, 703.

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

Knyvet, Knivet, Knevet:—

-, Mr. (qu. Anth.?), 160.

-, —, and my lady his wife, 879.

-, Ant., of the Privy Chamber, black rod in Windsor Castle (1536), 392, 1467:—g. 943 (2).

-, -, letter from, 392.

-, Henry, App. 9.

-, Maud, wife of Anthony, letter from, 1467.

-, Robt., Norfolk's servant, 162.

- (Kevest), Wm., 1155 (1, 2).

Kokerel. See Cokerell.

Kybworth, —, 413–4, 573 (p. 228).

Kydd, Wm., of Boston, 920 (2).

Kydwall, Edw., 853.

Kylmayne. See Kilmainham.

Kylwyke. See Kilnwick.

Kyme, Linc., 104, 969.

-, St. Mary's priory, g. 519 (2).

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

Kyme, Kayme, Keyme, Kayem, Cayme, or Keme:—

-, Guy, rebel agent, 568 (p. 226), 818, 827 (1 ii., 2, 3), 828 iii., xii., 854 ii., 968 (p. 390), 971 (p. 396), 972, 974, 1061.

-, -, examination of, 828 xii.

-, John, alderman of London, 240, 842 (3, p. 335):—App. 3.

Kymerton. See Kemerton.

Kyndall. See Kendal.

Kyne, Thos., 842 (3).

Kyngeston, Kyngis, &c (words beginning), See Kings.

Kynston. See Kingston.

Kynston, Matthew, 580 (p. 235).

Kyrke Haule (qu. Kirkhaugh ?), Nthld., g. 385 (30).

Kyrkenar, Erasmus, the King's armourer, 381 A., 686.

Kyrkysted or Kyrsted. See Kirkstead.

Kytson. See Kitson.


Footnotes

1 His surname appears in Valor Eccl. IV., 62.