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'Index: B', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 8: January-July 1535 (1885), pp. 484-493. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75547 Date accessed: 24 November 2014.


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Babington, Sir Anth., 560:—g. 149 (47, 48), 291 (55).

-, -, sig. of, 560.

-, John, g. 149 (47).

-, Roland, g. 149 (48).

Babthorp, Will., g. 149 (72).

Babylon, 535, 1120.

Backster. See Baxter.

Badam, Ric., 552.

Badcomb, John, 1040.

Baddesley, letter dated at, 916.

Bagard (Bagot) Thos., Ll.D., vicar-general of the see of Worcester, g. 149 (61), 962 (24).

Bager, Robert, mayor of Winchester, letter from, 63.

Bagh, Jevan ap Tudor, g. 149 (32).

Bagly, John, g. 632 (20).

Bagot. See Bagard.

Bagotte, Geoff., 615.

-, -, his father, 615.

Baily, Antony, g. 802 (22).

Bain. See Bayne.

Bakars alias Postell, Joan, 148.

Baker, John, attorney-general (10 July 1536), 22 (2, see Errata), 1083:—g. 149 (42).

Baker, John, 478:—g. 149 (71), 632 (16), 802 (10, 11).

-, -, late prior of Launceston, 224.

-, Ric., 352.

Balam, Alex., 1088:—g. 149 (38).

Balarde, —, 865 (p. 338).

Baldassarro, Mons., 537.

Baldewyn. See Baldwin.

Baldry, lady, 478.

Baldwin (Bawldewyn), Sir John, chief justice of C. P. (1535), 515, 562, 609 i., 886 i., 974:—g. 149 (55), 632 (31).

Bale, Robt., 614.

Balking, 765.

Ball, Henry, vicar of Shene, 610, 959.

-, -, letter from, 610.

Ballina Castle, Ireland, 226.

Balmerinoch, in Scotland, abbot of, 425.

Balsall, Warw., commandry of, 936.

Balthasar, Mr., 478.

Balyna. See Ballina.

Balynthirch, Stephen, 91 iii.

Bamberg, in Germany, 636.

Banbridge, Roger, 290.

Banbury prison, 789.

Banderalt, g. 291 (44).

Banester. See Danester.

Banester, lady, 731.

Bangor, 307.

Bangor, Bishop of. See Salcot, John.

-, bpric. of, g. 149 (66).

-, diocese of, 599, 832–3, 925.

Bangor, T. (sic. qu. J.?) bp. of, g. 149 (33).

Banke, Brian, 862.

-, Ric. g. 962 (4).

Bankers and Shreffold, lordship of, Kent, g. 1158 (15).

Bann, the river, in Ireland, fishing of, 981.

Banner, Eric, 522.

Baptist, John, the Kyng's dyer, 358.

Baptists, Jo., of Pavia, 542, 875.

Baquer, Jacques, g. 962 (33).

Barbarossa, Haradin (Barberousse, Barbaroza, Barba Roche, Barbarowce), Turkish naval captain, 48 (p. 16), 145, 182, 185–6, 189 (pp. 70, 72), 212, 233, 263 (p. 103), 270 (p. 107), 272–3, 459, 511, 542, 672, 713, 744, 806–7, 876, 972, 1051, 1053, 1071, 1120–1, 1155:—App. 1179 (p. 473).

-, -, his fleet, 1053.

Barbary, 542, 1121 (p. 440), 1155.

Barbour, Thos., 234.

-, -, his ship, 234.

Barcelona (Barsalona, Bassalon), 270 (p. 108), 272 (pp. 109, 112), 327, 561, 635, 744, 826 (p. 314), 905, 972, 1051.

-, letters dated at, 697–8, 780, 782, 785.

Barefote, Robt., 478.

Baret, Thos., 1048 ii., iii.

Barentyne, Sir Will., g. 149 (52).

Bargen (near Louvain?), letter dated at, 739.

Bari, cardinal, 1144.

Barke, Ric., g. 962 (4).

Barkeley. See Berkeley.

Barker, Ambrose, 477.

-, Leonard, 477.

-, Roger, 478.

-, Thos., g. 291 (23).

Barking (Berkyng), Essex, abbess of, 865 (p. 339–40).

Barley park, Oxon., g. 149 (16).

Barlow (Barlo) William, prior of Haverford West, afterwards bp. of St. David's, 192, 412, 466, 596 n.

-, -, letters from, 192, 412.

Barlow (Barlo), John, (brother of William), dean of Westbury, letter from, 466.

-, Roger, letter from, 1070.

Barn, Edw., g. 632 (18).

Barnaby (Barnabe), Marg., letter from, 245.

-, -, her brother, 245.

-, -, her husband, 245.

-, John, g. 149 (36).

-, Thos., 245 note.

Barnard, John, mercer, 614.

-, John, of Northamptonshire, 737.

Barnardeston, Sir Thos., g. 149 (78).

Barnardiston, Geo., g. 149 (54).

Barnegroves in Staines, Midd, g. 802 (3).

Barnes (Barons, Barns, Barnys), Robert (called by the Germans "Dr. Antonius" or "Antonius Anglicus"), 384–5, 652, 771, 854, 892, 1000, 1061–3, 1077–8, 1109, 1151.

-, -, letter from, 385.

Barnes, lord. See Berners.

Barnes (Barons), Edw., g. 632 (18).

-, Will., g. 149 (49).

Barnet, 545.

Barnewall. See Trimletiston, lord.

Barnholm, island of, App. 1160, 1178 (p. 469).

Barnicke, Brian, 536 n., 579.

Barns. See Barnes.

Barnsley Abbey. See Bermondsey.

Barnstaple, 574, 961.

-, (Barrystabell), letter dated at, 460.

Barnys. See Barnes.

Baron, John a, 93.

Barons. See Barnes.

Baroughdon, Rutland, stoward of the manor of, g. 149 (10).

Barrat, —, 545.

Barre, Harry, 109.

Barres, Wm., g. 291 (28).

Barrow, 1001 (3).

Barrowe water, in Ireland, 881.

Barry. See Berry.

Barsalona. See Barcelona.

Barstabull, John, abbot of Sherborne (1535), 693, 852:—g. 802 (27), 962 (14).

-, -, letter from, 852.

Bartam, Thos, 436.

Bartelet. See Bartlett.

Bartholomew, John, 308.

-, -, sig of, 308.

Bartlett, —, Cromwell's clerk, 955.

-, John, 656:—g. 291 (35).

-, (Bartelet), Thomas, 306:—App. 1179 (p. 476).

Barton, near Abingdon, letter dated at, 408, 1022.

Barton, —, Cranmer's cousin, 607.

-, And., g. 149 (47).

-, John, g. 802 (8).

-, Thos., letter from, 322.

Bartuen, Albert, Scotch ship captain, App. 1159, 1178 (p. 471).

Bartun, parson of, 865 (p. 338).

Baschurche, Salop, bailiwick of, 572.

Baskervile, James, g. 149 (71).

Baskervyle, Sir James, g. 149 (39).

-, Sir Thos., g. 149 (39).

Bass (Rock), the, in Scotland, p. 467.

-, -, warden of, ib.

Bassalon. See Barcelona.

Basset, —, son of Lady Lisle, 1113.

-, Anne, lady Lisle's daughter, 702–3, 853.

-, -, letters from, 702, 853.

-, George, Lady Lisle's son, 35.

-, James ("Mr. James"), Lady Lisle's son, 35, 65, 686, 708.

-, Jane, 658, 961, 1040.

-, -, letters from, 961, 1040.

Bassett, John, g. 149 (9, 47).

-, Sir John, dec., Lady Lisle's first husband, 109, 370.

-, (Bassyd), John, Lady Lisle's eldest son, 15, 24, 46, 66, 89, 119, 184, 211, 232, 280, 353, 378, 391, 423, 520, 545, 573, 657–8, 664, 670, 708, 771–2, 939, 1003, 1028, 1074, 1084.

-, Martin, vicar of St. Clement's, Cambridge, 727.

-, Will., g. 149 (75).

-, Sir Will., g. 149 (48).

-, Thomasine, 1040.

Basyng, Roger, 1041.

Basyll, Gilb., g. 291 (33).

Batcok, Thos., letters from, 354, 744, 905.

-, -, letter to, 745.

Bateman, Thos., g, 149 (23).

Bates, Robt., g. 962 (20).

Bath, g. 149 (79).

-, mayor of, g. 149 (79).

-, letter dated at, 57.

-, Cathedral, priory of, 57.

-, -, Wm. Holleweye, prior of, 57.

Bath and Wells, bpric. of, 293.

Bath and Wells, John (Clerk), bishop of, 169 (2 ii.), 190, 254, 293, 551, 600, 859 (32–3, 40):—App. 1179 (p. 477):—g. 149 (79).

-, -, letters from, 254, 551.

Bath Easton (Bathestone) 57.

-, rectory of, 57.

Bathe (Bath), Wm., learned man ("the Redd Bath"), 222, 226.

Bathestone. See Bath Easton.

Bauri, Mons. de, 145.

Bavaria, 174 (p. 60).

Bawldewyn. See Baldwin.

Baxter, John, 478, 770.

-, (Backster), Robt., 221.

Baynam. See Baynham.

Baynard, Ric., 169.

Baynardes Castle. See under London.

Bayne (Bain), —, of Cambridge, 859 (pp. 334–5, 337).

-, Hector, g. 291 (60).

Baynham (Baynam), Robt., of Calais, 368, 884.

-, -, signature of, 368.

Baynton, Andrew, letter from, 165.

-, Sir Edward, vice-chamberlain to the Queen, 209, 466, 722, 767, 801 (p. 302):—g. 149 (60).

-, -, letter to, 466, 722.

-, -, his wife, 466.

Beauchamp, Sir Ric., g. 1158 (27).

Beaudeley, See Bewdley.

Beaujeu, Jeanie, letter from, 6.

Beaulieu Abbey, 74 (ii., 2), 611.

Beaulicu, Ric., g. 149 (56).

Beaumaris (Bewmares), 308, 475, 892 (p. 354).

-, letters dated at, 644, 925, 1124.

Beaumont, John, g. 149 (45).

Beaumounte, viscount, late, g. 291 (38).

Beaumount's lands, 573.

Beaune (Beawne), in France, wine of, 422.

Becansaw, Adam, letters from, 496–7. See also Bekynsaw.

Bechynius, Petrus, 265.

Beck or Becke, Edw., of Manchester, 193, 226:—App. 1179 (p. 476).

-, -, letter from, 193.

Becket, St. Thomas ´, 1117.

Beckett, Gilb., g. 149 (2).

Beckley, Suss., g. 632 (33).

Beddgelert (Bethekellerd), priory of, Wales, g. 802 (20).

Beddington, Surr., letter dated at, 596.

Bedell. See Bedyll.

Bedingfield (Bedyngfeld), Sir Edm., steward of queen Katharine's house, 428, 653.

-, -, letter from, 428.

Bedyll (Bedell, Bydyll), Thos., clerk of the Council, archdeacon of Cornwall (1535), 73, 565, 567, 659, 675, 688, 730, 856 (3), 858, 867, 915, 974 vi., 1032, 1043, 1054, 1125:—App. 1166–7, 1178 (p. 465):—g. 149 (42).

-, -, letters from, 675, 688, 730, 1032, 1043, 1125.

-, -, commission to, 73.

-, -, letters to, App. 1166–7.

Bedyll (Bedle), Ric., 655, 781.

Bedford, Jasper duke of (t. Hen. VII.), g. 291 (51).

Bedford, John Russell earl of (t. Edw. VI.), g. 149 (21).

Bedfordshire, g. 149 (54), 291 (25).

Bednell, John, g. 149 (73).

Bedyllisdon. See Bittlesden.

Bedyngfeld. See Bedingfield.

Bedyngton. See Beddington.

Beef, 318.

Bees, M.de. See Bies.

Begham or Bayham abbey (suppressed), 662.

Bek, —, 150.

Bekington. See Bickington.

Bekke, Will., g. 149 (54).

Bekynsaw, John, 517, 897, 1113.

-, -, letters from, 517, 897. See also Becansaw.

Bekynton. See Bickington.

Bell, John, King's counsellor, g. 962 (24).

Bell, Francis, 381.

-, -, his widow, 381.

-, Robt., 436.

Bellamye, —, 3.

Bellay, John du, bp. of Paris, Cardinal (1535), 185, 233, 537, 742, 747–8, 786, 812–13, 837 (p. 321), 847, 875–6 (p. 346), 891, 910, 972, 985 (p. 389), 1044, 1052, 1114, 1121.

-, -, letters to, 747–8, 812–13, 847, 1114.

Bellingham, Ric., letter from, 467.

Bellousis, Dr., letter to, 733.

Belsan, Mr., 799.

Belt, the (Danish strait), 913.

Belver letter dated at, 1149.

Benbowe, Robt., g. 1158 (2).

Benedictines or Black Monks, 81.

Benet, Thomas, Ll.D., vicar-general of Sarum, 553:—g. 149 (14 i., ii.), 962 (14 ii.)

-, -, letter from, 553.

-, —, of Porchester, 1040.

Benger, Ric., Ll.D., canon of Wingham, 386–7.

-, Thos., 722.

Bennington (Benyngton), Herts, g. 481 (13).

-, letter dated at, 323.

Benolt (Bunolt), John, of Marke, secretary of Calais, 71, 181, 204, 578, 731, 1113:—g. 149 (27).

-, -, letters from, 181, 204, 578.

-, -, letter to, 71.

Bensun, —, 865 (p. 339).

Bentley, Will., g. 149 (56).

-, John, g. 149 (73).

Benyngton, Heref., g. 149 (83).

Bere forest, Hampshire, 447.

Bergen, in Norway, App. 1160.

Bergevenny. See Abergavenny.

Berghen op Zoom (Berghes, Barow), 652.

-, native of, g. 291 (54).

-, letters dated at, 197–8.

-, burgomaster of, 1, 272 (p. 109).

-, commissioners of, in England, 197–8.

-, governor of, 1, 272 (p. 109).

-, Stadtholder (Stathowar), 652.

Berghen (Barrow), the lord of, 197–8.

Bergholt, West, Essex, g. 481 (6).

Berkden alias Berkesden, Hopte., g. 481(13)

Berkeley, Glouc., 1127:—g. 291 (62), 633 (1).

Berkeley-Heron, Glouc., 989.

Berkeley, Thomas lord (ob. 1534), 642:—g. 633 (1), 1158 (23).

Berkeley, Anne lady, widow of the preceding, letter from, 642.

-, Jas., g. 633 (1).

-, (Barkeley), Moris, stepson of the chief justice Fitz James, 4.

-, Sir Wm., 1048, ix.:—g. 149 (33, 77).

Berker, Ric., 1001 (3).

Berkyng. See Barking.

Berkshire, g. 149 (53).

Bermegam. See Birmingham.

Bermondsey abbey (Barusley), letter to the abbot and monastery of, 25.

Bernardin. See Sandro, Bernardin.

Berners (Barnes), lord (qu. Humphrey Bourchier?), 1079. See also Index to Vol. VII.

Berry (Barry), Anne, 1040.

-, (Barry, Bery), John, letter from, 30.

-, (Bure, Bury), John, of Dowland Lisle's servant, 30, 49, 370, 574, 657, 658, 664, 708, 939.

-, (Bery), John, B.D., 573.

Berthelet, Thos., King's printer, proclamations printed by, 441, 453 (2).

Berwick-upon-Tweed, 892, 945:—g. 149 (64).

-, letter dated at, 16.

-, captain of. See Clifford, Sir Thos.

-, deputy [captain] of. See Suttell, Thos.

-, garrison of, g. 291 (5, 16), 481 (16, 18).

-, marshal of, g. 632 (27).

-, mayor of, g. 149 (64).

-, vice-captain of. See Clifford, Sir Thos.

Berwys, Ric., g. 149 (56).

Bery. See Berry.

Beryton, John, g. 149 (39).

Besangon, Fras. Bonvalot, treasurer of, former Imperial ambassador in France, 48 (p. 16).

Besilcy, Ric., letter from, 68.

-, Thos., father of Richard, York Herald (died 1530), 68.

Besthorp, Norf., g. 291 (23).

Betoun, David, abbot of Aberbrothock (Arbroath), keeper of the Privy Seal of James V., afterwards cardinal, 647, 1146.

Betoun, James, Abp. of St. Andrews, 144, 647, 842, 1152.

-, -, his niece (daughter of his second brother), 144.

Bettelesden. See Bittlesden.

Bettes (Bettys), James, 864, 888 ii.:—g. 149 (77).

-, -, signature of, 864.

-, Wm., 770.

-, Wm., S. T. B., rector of Hatfield (ob. 1535), 287.

Beures (Bever, Beure), and Campvere, Adolphus of Burgundy, lord of, admiral of Flanders, 279, 355 (p. 142).

-, -, son-in-law of, 355 (p. 142).

Bevall, Notts., Charterhouse of, 560.

-, -, prior of. See Lawrence, Robt.

-, -, John, prior of, 611.

-, proctor of. See Trafford, Wm.

Bevell, Peter, comm. on the lands and heir of, g. 149 (15).

Bevercotes, Ric., g. 149 (47).

Bever or Beure, sieur du. See Beures.

Beverlaye, Roger, priest, letters from, 728–9.

Beverley, Yorksh., 721, 774, 990, 1011, 1020:—g. 291 (16, 18).

Bewdley (Beaudeley), Wore., 1058, 1079.

-, letter dated at, 1150.

Bewley. See Beaulieu.

Bewmares. See Beaumaris.

Bewmarys, Kath., abbess of Godstowe, g. 632 (25).

Bewmond, Rob., 131.

Bewsher, Steph., 1046.

Bible, the (Old and New Testament), 1, 44.

Bickington (Bekington, Bekynton), Devon, 574, 678.

Bicknor (Bykenore), English, Glouc., 956.

Bickerton (Bykarton), Yorks., g. 962 (4).

Bies (Bees), Oudart du, seneschal of Boulogne, 379, 445.

Bigge, Robt., B.D., 311.

Bigges, Mr., of Salisbury, 290.

Bigilbas, Great Khan of Tartary, 1120.

Bigod (Bygod, Bygott, Bigode), Sir Francis, 135, 463, 735, 849, 854, 869, 994, 1025, 1033, 1069, 1082:—g. 149 (72).

-, -, letters from, 135, 735, 854, 1025, 1033, 1069.

-, -, his father and uncle, 135.

-, -, his wife and children, 135, 735.

Bilde, Avon, bp. of Aarhuus, 522.

-, Magnus, 522.

Billingford, James, alias Kettilby, 81, 94.

Bilton, Yorks., g. 481 (17).

Bindon (Byndon) Abbey, Dors., 74 (ii., 2).

Bion, Gerard, 1153 ij.

Birkenhead, John, g. 149 (70).

Birmingham (Bermegam), 1001 (3).

Birmingham (Brymmyngeham, Bermegam), Edw., in the Tower, 1001.

Bisbery, native of, g. 481 (10).

Biscay, 354, 901, 905.

Bisham (Bysham, Bissame), 217 (2), 553, 596, 892 (p. 354).

-, letter dated at, 352.

-, prior of, 553, 596.

-, election of prior, 553.

Bishope, Sir, one of the brethren of Sion, 77.

Bishops, the, 121 (p. 38), 174 (p. 59), 345, 821, 848, 921, 1019.

Bishopshill, prebend of Lichf. dioc., 195 note.

Bishopsthorpe, (see also Thorpe), Yorks.

-, letters dated at, 720–1, 774, 869–70, 952, 963–4, 990, 1011.

Bishopstone, prebend, in Salisb., 767 n.

Bishops Waltham, Hants, 989.

Bittlesden (Bedyllisdon, Bitlesden) monastery 74 (2), 688–9, 980.

-, abbot of, 688.

Blackcastle manor, in Ireland, 723.

Black Friars, provincial of. See Hilsey, John.

Black monks, the. See Benedictines.

Bladwell, Anne, g. 962 (13).

-, John, g. 962 (13).

-, Wm., g. 962 (13).

Blakbruge, in Hants, 63.

Blenkensopp, Thos., g. 149 (82).

Blewbery prebend (in Salisbury), 475.

Blewet, Roger, g. 149 (58).

Blisworth, Ntht., letter dated at, 737.

Blithe. See Blythe.

Blitheman. See Blytheman.

Blosius, papal secretary, 1117–18.

-, signature of, 1117.

Blount, Blontt, Blunt, &c. See Mountjoy.

-,—, 663.

-, Mrs. 545.

-, Ric., 12.

-, Walter, 130, 619:—g. 149 (75).

Blum, Michael, of Leipzic, book printed by, 1125 (2).

Blyde (Blythe ?), abbot (prior?) of, 169.

Blyke, Wm., g. 802 (28).

Blynsham, Sir Ric., 658.

Blythe. See Blyde.

Blythe, Geoffrey, late bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, 240.

Blythe (Blithe), Geoff., treasurer of Lichfield Cathedral, 169 (2 ii.), 615.

-, -, letter from, 615.

Blytheman (Blythman, Blitheman), —, 463, 754, 955, 1061.

-, Dr., 1082.

Blythman or Blithman, Will., 700:—g. 149 (65, 68, 73, 82).

Bochetel (Bucchietel), Guillaume, secretary of finances in France, 557, 726.

Bockenam, Dr., late prior of the Black Friars at Cambridge, 1151.

Bocton Malherbe. See Boughton.

Bodenham, Thos., g. 149 (39).

Bodmin, Thos. Wandsworth, prior of, App. 1179 (p. 477).

Body, Wm., Cromwell's servant, 106, 150–2, 913.

-, -, letters from, 150–2.

Bohemia, 831.

Boidoval (qu. Bridewell?), 174.

Bokeley, —, 323.

Bole (Boole), prebend of, in York, 128, 284.

Boleyn, Anne, queen, (called by the Imperialists the King's lady, concubine, &c.), 1, 15, 44, 46, 48, 66, 81 ii., 86, 89, 94, 119, 123, 174 (p. 61), 184, 196–7, 209 ii., 232, 254, 263 (p. 104), 324 ("a poor knight's daughter"), 340 (2), 358, 371, 378, 431, 480, 508, 516, 545, 565 (2), 567, 589–90, 666 (p. 251), 710, 722, 726, 746, 821, 826 (pp. 312, 317), 834, 838, 844, 862 (2), 867 i., iv., 869, 876 (p. 346), 891, 909, 919, 937, 949, 985 (p. 390), 1028, 1056–7, 1084, 1103, 1105–6, 1116, 1162 (2):—g. 962 (1).

-, -, letters from, 358, 710, 1056–7.

-, -, letter to, 1067.

-, -, adherents of, 985.

-, -, household of:—

Almoner. See Shaxton, Nic.; also Skippe, John.

Chamberlain. See Dymmok, Sir Robt. Cooks, letter from, 1007.

Receiver. See Taylor, George.

Secretary. See Uvedale, John.

Vice-Chamberlain. See Baynton, Sir Edw.

-, -, her wardrobe, 15.

-, -, her lordship in Pembroke, 466.

-, -, her new year's gift to Lady Lisle, 46, 66, 89.

-, -, her mother (Eliz. countess of Wiltshire), 565 (2).

-, -, her sister. See Boleyn, Mary.

-, -, her daughter. See Elizabeth.

-, -, her aunt, the Princess Mary's gouvernante. See Shelton, Anne.

Boleyn, George, lord Rochford, warden of the Cinque Ports, brother of the Queen, 416, 475, 524, 531, 609 i., 662 n., 663, 666 (pp. 250–1), 683, 686–7, 726, 728 (?), 760, 776, 792, 793, 826 (pp. 312–14, 316), 856 (37), 909, 911, 974 i., 977, 985, 1062:—g. 632 (13).

-, -, letters from, 416, 1062.

-, -, a servant of, 856 (37).

Boleyn, Sir James, brother of Wiltshire, 1031:—g. 149 (43).

Boleyn, Mary, sister of queen Anne, widow of Sir Wm. Cary, married (1534) to Sir Wm. Stafford, 565 (2), 567.

Boleyn, Sir Thomas, earl of Wiltshire and Ormond, lord Privy Seal (1530–36), 33, 52, 61, 189 (p. 71), 330, 386, 388, 393–4, 496, 587, 609 i., 666 (p. 251), 694, 723, 751, 776, 815, 826 (p. 314), 856 (54), 886 i., 924, 974 i., vj., 1031:—App. 1179 (p. 476):—g.802(26). N.B.—The name "Fischer" in Gontier's letter, No. 174 (pp. 59, 61), though explained with a query as Fitzwilliam, may perhaps mean Wiltshire.

-, -, letters from, 330, 1031.

-, -, letters to, 33, 723.

-, -, grant by, 694.

-, -, his wife, Elizabeth, countess of Wiltshire, 565 (2), 862 (2).

Boleyn, lady, (wife of Sir James?), 1028.

Bolles, John, g. 149 (49).

Bolling. See Bowling.

Bologna (Bononye), 859 (p. 334), 1106, 1144 ij.

Bolsterton, Yorks., g. 962 (17).

Bolton, Westmld., 310.

Bona (Bonne), in Algiers, 1120.

Bonamicus, L., letter from, 265.

Bond, —, of the Guard, 1094.

Bonde (Bounde), John, priest, 109, 658, 961.

-, -, letters from, 109, 658.

Bonds, 169.

Bonham, Mrs., 1003.

-, John, g. 149 (60).

Bonner (Boner), Edm., Ll.D., afterwards bp. of Hereford and of London, 1018 ("a doctor"), 1063, 1065, 1077–8. 1105 (one of the "two persons" sent to Lubeck), 1109–11, 1148:—App. 1176:—g. 962 (24).

-, -, letters from, 1110–11.

Bononye. See Bologna.

Bonvisi (Bonvise), Ant., 478, 856 (27, 38–9, 43, 45, 47), 892, 940, 987.

-, -, letter to, 987.

Bonyfaunt, John, of Exeter, g. 149 (58).

Book, an English, prohibited, 1 (p. 2).

Bookmaister. See Buckmaister.

Boole. See Bole.

Boorde, Andrew, letter from, 901.

Boothe, Dr., 843.

Borde, Thos., 1064.

Bordeaux, g. 1158 (20).

-, letter dated at, 901.

Borders, the. See Scotland, marches of.

Bordesley (Borsley), Abbey, 74 (ii., 2).

Boream, Thos., g. 1158 (15).

Bork, —, servant to Lord Edmond Howard, 549.

Borlas. See Burlase.

Bornam, Wm., 146.

Borneham. See Burnham.

Borobryg, John, priest, letter from, 763.

Borow. See Burgh.

Borsley. See Bordesley.

Bostocke, Robt., 496 (2).

Boston, 259:—g. 291 (21).

-, letters dated at, 29, 259.

-, church of, 259.

Botrye. See Buttrey.

Bottler. See Butler.

Boughie, Will., 781.

Boughton, Sir Edw., App. 1179 (p. 476).

-, Will., g. 149 (62).

Boughton (Bocton) Malherbe, letters dated at, 275, 349.

Boules. See Bulles.

Boulogne, 174, 281, 1085.

-, letters dated at, 90, 379.

-, admiralty court at, 281.

-, seneschal of. See Bies, Oudart du.

Bounde. See Bonde.

Bourbon, Louis de, cardinal, 1076.

Bourbourg (Burburow), in Flanders, 279.

Bourchier, Sir John, g. 149 (60).

Bourges, abbot of St. Ambrose in, 33.

Bourges. See Tournon, F. de.

Bours, letter dated at, 853.

Bours, Madame de. See Rouaud, Anne.

Bovyer, Wm., 478. See also Bowyer.

Bowdisson, Alan, g. 962 (23).

Bowes, Yorks., g. 481 (16).

-, collector of, g. 481 (16).

Bowes, John, letter from, 958.

-, Martin, 478.

- (Bowis), Robt., 696, 754, 1030:—g. 149 (65, 68, 72),

-, -, signature of, 696, 754.

Bowier. See Bowyer.

Bowland, Humphrey, g. 802 (14).

Bowlemont, John de, 653.

Bowlet, Ralph, 478.

Bowling (Bollyng), Yorks., letters dated at, 863, 946.

Bowman, Laur., 1046.

Bowmer. See Bulmer.

Bowryng, —, 89.

Bowyer, alias Stryley, Ric., 965–6.

-, -, letter from, 966.

-, Thos., 478. See also Bovyer.

Bowyer, Will., g. 149 (42).

Boxe, Ric. de, g. 962 (6).

Boxley Abbey, Kent, 74 (2).

Boxstede Essex, g. 481 (6).

Boydell, —, of the Order of St. John, 459.

Boyes (Boys), —, 24, 184, 231, 334–5.

Boys, James, letter from, 376.

Brabant, duchy of, 1151:—g. 291 (49), 481 (1, 10), 633 (4), 962 (15, 16).

Brabazon (Brabason, Brabshon, Brabston), William, vice-treasurer in Ireland, frequently called treasurer, 222, 226, 250, 382, 448–9, 653, 695, 716, 755, 788, 880, 914, 958, 973, 1041, 1079, 1112, 1124:—App. 1179 (p. 477).

-, -, letters from, 222, 914.

-, -, receipts of, 788.

-, -, signature of, 448, 695, 880, 973, 1112.

-, -, his servant Laurence, 958.

Brabston. See Brabazon.

Bracewell (Braswell), letter dated at, 992.

Bradfield, Essex, g. 632 (17).

Bradfeld, Senklers. See St. Clare Bradfield.

Bradley, Edm., 1046.

Bradshaugh, Sir Roger, g. 149 (63).

Brandenburg, Albert of. See Mayence, Cardinal of.

Braintree (Branketre), Essex, vicar of, 285.

Brakenbury, Ant., g. 632 (27).

Bramley, Thos., g. 149 (76).

Brampton, John, letter to, 518.

Brancepeth (Brauncepeth), letter dated at, 62.

Brande, John, g. 291 (52).

Branketre. See Braintree.

Brassebrig, Thomas, 888 (2).

Braswell. See Bracewell.

Brauncepeth. See Brancepeth.

Braunton, Devon, letter dated at, 573.

Bray, Edmund lord, 327 (p. 131), 345–6, 475, 892.

-, -, a religious doctor, servant of, 327 (p. 131).

Bray, Sir Edw., g. 149 (74).

Brayis, Mark de, g. 802 (7).

Brayne, Hen., g. 291 (8).

Braynesbie, Mr., chaplain to abp. Lee, 952, 963, 1107.

Breganden. See Brigenden.

Bremelcumbe (Brenyllcom, &c.), Wm., 109, 119, 378, 545, 708, 961, 1028.

Brencheley, friar, 386 (2).

Brenyllcom. See Bremelcumbe.

Brene, Thos., g. 149 (69).

Brereton (Breurton, Brewerton), Brian, g. 149 (70).

-, Wm., g. 149 (70).

-, Sir Wm., 22, 222, 226, 382 (p. 152), 449, 621 (p. 235), 755, 880.

-, -, signature of, 880.

Bretyn, Sir Edm., App. 1179 (p. 477).

Brewe Denall, Britanny, g. 291 (52).

Brewerne. See Bruerne.

Brewerton. See Brereton.

Brewod, Thos., archdeacon of Barnstaple, 311.

Brewstar, Allan, 268.

Brian (Bryan, Briante, Bryandt), Sir Francis, 15, 26, 41, 278, 283, 305, 309, 334, 377, 422, 438, 454, 489, 516, 617, 622, 664, 805:—App. 1179 (p. 476–7):—g. 149 (54), 291 (25), 481 (31).

-, -, letters from, 278, 283, 305, 617, 805.

-, -, letter to, 26.

Brian, lady, lady mistress to the princess Elizabeth, 440.

Brian (Bryen), Piers, 22 (2 ii., see Errata).

Briavell's, lordship of, g. 291 (62).

Brickhill (Brykehill), Bucks, 278.

Bridgewater, 529.

Brigenden (Breganden), John, Cromwell's servant, 137.

Brigges, Giles, 478.

-, Hen., g. 149 (53).

-, Sir John, g. 149 (37, 60).

-, Laur., g. 149 (22).

-, Ric., g. 149 (53).

Brigham, John, 492.

-, Will., 492.

Brightley (Bryghtles) Abbey (afterwards Ford), Devon, arms of, 574.

Brikman, Hen., g. 291 (38).

Brinkton (Bryngton), Hunts, letter dated at, 495.

Brinon, John, chancellor of Alençon, 750 (p. 282).

Brion, Philip Chabot, sieur de, admiral of France, 6, 18, 37, 45, 48, 50, 71, 111, 121, 140, 143, 164, 174, 177–8, 182, 185, 189 (pp. 69, 70, 72), 263 (p. 104), 327, 330, 336, 337–9, 341–3, 374, 396, 399, 475, 501, 537, 548, 555, 557, 665, 726, 753, 760, 791–3, 818, 826 (p. 313–14, 316), 829, 837, 847, 891, 909–10, 948 (pp. 371, 373), 985 (p. 389), 1044, 1052, 1144:—App. 1179 (p. 473–4 "thadmyrall").

-, -, letters from, 50, 164, 374, 557, 847.

-, -, letters to, 174, 336–9, 341, 818.

-, -, his secretary. See Gontier; Palamedes.

Briskowe, John, 1030.

Bristol (Bristowe), 263 (p. 105), 308, 529, 809, 882, 905, 989, 1106:—g. 149 (80).

-, letter dated at, 954.

-, customers of, letter from, 308.

-, "the fellow" of, 567.

-, mayor of, g. 149 (80).

Austin Friars, prior of. See Wygge, Mr.

Brittany (Brytanne), 185:—g. 291 (52).

-, receiver of, 33.

-, -, his father, 33.

-, -, his wife, 33.

-, treasurer of. See Gontier, Palamedes.

Brittens, Essex, letters, &c. dated at, 1134:—g. 1158 (29). See Errata.

Brockes End, near Lydd, 911 (4).

Brodaric. See Sirmisch, bp. of.

Brode (Brood), —, pirate, 193, 222, 226, 449.

-, Thos., 1081.

Brodeman, Hen., g. 481 (12).

Brodstoke, Will., 879.

Broke priory. See Brooke.

Broke, —, 781.

-, —, "young Broke of Calais," 347.

-, David, g. 149 (37, 80).

-, John, 516.

-, -, constable, son-in-law of Cokeson, 12.

-, -, late vintner of London, 12.

-, Ralph, letters from, 243–4.

-, Rob., 243.

-, Thos., 11:—g. 149 (35).

-, -, letter to, 11.

-, -, his wife, 11.

-, -, See also Brooke.

Brokesby, Ant., 315.

Broket, Edw., g. 149 (49).

-, Will., 208.

Brome, Sir John, letter from, 967.

Bromer, Hants, letter dated at, 840.

-, -, prior of. See Fynche, Wm.

Bromham, Wilts, 989.

Brompton, Margery, 478.

Bronde, Mr., 208.

Brondysche. See Brundish.

Brood or Broode. See Brode.

Brooke (Broke) priory, Rutl., cell of Kenilworth, 749.

-, prior of, 749.

Brooke, Thomas, 829.

Brothers, —, of London, 475, 892.

-, Wm., 478.

Brotton, John, alias Atkynson, 1024.

Broune. See Brown.

Browder, Gyllam, a Norman, 794 ii.

Browne, Sir Ant., 902, 1094:—g. 149 (74).

-, -, letter from, 1094.

-, -, signature of, 902.

Brown, Dr. George, prior of Austin Friars, London, and provincial of his Order, 121 n, 345, 351, 614 (20), 1054:—App. 1179 (p. 476).

Brown, Mr., alderman and haberdasher, dec. (qu. John B., the painter ?), 208.

-, Mr., 924.

-, Edw., son of Sir Matthew, 275.

-, Fras., g. 149 (51).

-, Humph., serjeant-at-law, 478:—g. 149 (36), 632 (32).

-, James, 1048 ix.

-, John, 865 (p. 339):—g. 149 (36, 79, 80).

-, Lucy, g. 291 (7).

-, (Broune), Sir Matthew, 93, 275:—g. 149 (74).

-, -, letter from, 93.

-, Matt., g. 802 (7).

-, Ric. (commissary of Worcester), letter from, 210.

-, Rob., g. 634 (8).

-, Robert, in Ireland, 382 (p. 152).

-, Robt., servant to the bp. of Chester, 195, 923.

-, -, letter to, 923.

-, Thos., g. 149 (44).

-, William, 478.

Bruce (Bruse), —, 13.

Brudenell, Thos., g. 149 (46).

Bruerne (Bruerra, Brewerne) Abbey, 74 ii. (2).

-, abbot of, 888 ii.

Bruges, in Flanders, 48 (p. 16), 656.

Brugge, Sir John, late alderman, 614.

Brugh. See Burghe, John.

Brundish (Brondysche), Suff., letter dated at, 456.

Brunne, Master, 242.

Bruno, statutes of, 778.

Bruse, —, 13.

Brussels, 197–8, 299, 652, 752, 827:—App. 1178 (p. 463).

-, letters dated at, 173 (see Errata), 845.

-, procurator-general of, 652.

Bryan (Bryandt). See Brian.

Brycheworth, Yorks., g. 962 (17).

Bryghtles (i.e., Brightley Abbey), arms of, 574.

Brykehill. See Brickhill.

Brymesholme, Rocester, Staff., g. 802 (30).

Brymmyngeham, Edw., prisoner in the Tower, 1001.

Bryne, Peter, of Terwene, in the Tower, 1001 (3).

Brynne, Gerard of the, 496 (2).

Brytanby, Yorks, 492.

Brytte, Robt., 658.

Bucchietel. See Bochetal.

Bucer, Martin, 36.

Buck or Bucke, 377–8, 516, 798.

-, -, his confession, 516.

Buckfastleigh (Buckfast) Abbey, Devon, 74 ii. (2).

Buckingham, 278.

Buckingham, duke of, 948 (p. 372).

-, duchy lands of, 290.

Buckinghamshire, g. 149 (55).

Buckland, Bucks, g. 962 (9).

-, Abbey, Devon, 74 (ii., 2).

Buckmaister, Dr., 600, 1000.

Buda, in Hungary, letter dated at, 91 ii.

Budæus, Wm., 33, 975.

Budworth, Chesh., 496.

Bugg, Wm., 552.

Bugon (qu. Burgon ?), John, g. 149 (42).

Bukland, Ric., 478.

Bukstede, Wm., bowyer, 653.

Bulkeley, Charles, g. 149 (60).

-, John, g. 149 (66, 67).

-, Katherine, abbess of Godstowe, g. 481 (24), 632 (25).

Bulkeley, Sir Ric., deputy chamberlain of N. Wales, 122, 564, 599, 644, 925:—g. 149 (32, 66, 67).

-, -, letters from, 599, 644, 925.

-, -, his servant Jeffrey, 644.

-, Rob., g. 149 (57, 77).

-, Thomas, brother of Sir Ric., 127, 564.

Bulles (Boules), Walter, 169 (1, 2 ii.).

Bulmer, deanery of, York, 720.

Bulmer (Bowmer), Sir John, an English captain formerly in Ireland, 397, 1024.

-, -, letter from, 1024.

-, Ralph, g. 481 (16).

Bunolte. See Benolt.

Buntingford, Herts, g. 481 (13).

Burburow. See Bourbourg.

Burcester (Bursetter), Oxon, prior of, 844.

Burcher, Anthony, letter to, 983.

Bure. See Berry.

Buren, Florys count of, letter from, 845.

Burgavenny. See Abergavenny.

Burgayne. See Abergavenny.

Burges, John à, 120.

-, Ric., 60.

Burgh, Westmld., 1046.

-, letter dated at, 1030.

Burgh (Borow), Thomas lord (of Gainsborough, Queen's chamberlain), 298, 597 n.:—g. 962 (30).

-, Eliz., letters from, 597–8.

-, John, g. 149 (28).

-, Thomas, son of lord B., 597 n.

Burghill, Heref., g. 802 (18).

Burglauen' (i.e., Burgaliensis). See Aalborg.

Burgo, Dr. Nicolas del, Italian friar ("Dr. Nicolas"), 1054.

Burgon (or Burgoyn), Thos., g. 149 (42).

Burgos, bp. and cardinal of, 948 (p. 372).

Burgoyn, Robert, 824.

Burgundy, 6.

Burgundy, Adolphus of. See Beures.

Burgundians, the, 576.

Burhaunt, Est., letters dated at, 1049 50

Burlase (Borlas), Edw., 208, 478.

-, -, signature of, 208.

-, Walter, g. 149 (50).

Burley, Mrs., 531.

Burmede (Essex), 865 (p. 339).

Burnell, John, of Ballygriffen, the traitor, 226.

-, John, of the Maison Dieu, at Dover, 28, 96.

-, Thos., 478.

Burnham (Borneham) water, Essex, 1047.

Bursetter. See Burcester, Oxon.

Burton Abbey, Yorkshire, letter dated at, 984.

Burton Lazer, Leic., master of, 484, 612.

Burton, Henry, letter to, 239.

-, John, 804.

-, Ric., 1029.

Burwell, Linc., g. 962 (27).

Bury St. Edmunds, 268.

-, John, abbot of, 196.

-, -, signature of, 196.

Bury (surname). See Berry.

Buryton, in Wigmore, g. 291 (46).

Busshe, Giles, g. 481 (4).

-, John, 1000.

Butchers, 345, 441.

Butler, Lord James, son of Ossory, lord treasurer of Ireland, 60, 755, 880, 881, 914.

-, -, signature of, 880.

Butler, Piers. See Ossory, earl of.

Butler (Butteler), —, 391.

Butler, alias Hammes, Barth., Rouge-crosse pursuivant-at-arms, 181, 204:—g. 149 (7).

Butler, John, 49, 678, 926.

-, -, letter from, 926.

-, Sir Phil., g. 149 (49), 802 (10, 11).

-, (Butteler, Bottler), Ric., 670, 771.

-, Thos., g. 962 (30).

-, Thomas, abbot of Shrewsbury, letter from, 572.

-, (Buttyller), Sir Thos., g. 149 (63).

-, Wm., 478.

Butston, Robt., priest, letter from, 460.

Butteler. See Butler.

Buttes, Master, 247.

Button, Wm., letter from, 408 (3):—g. 149 (60).

Button, Ric., g. 149 (46).

Buttrey (Botrye), Wm., of London, 478.

Butts, William, M.D., the King's physician, 247 (?), 767.

Butvelyn, Thos., 477.

Byfleet, Surrey, g. 802 (11).

Bygott. See Bigod.

Bykarton. See Bickerton.

Bykenor. See Bicknor.

Byllesby, Sir And., g. 149 (44).

Byrlyngham, Wm., letter from, 828.

Byron, Hen., g. 149 (63).

-, Sir John, g. 149 (47).

-, -, letter from, 929 (3).



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