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'Index: F', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 8: January-July 1535 (1885), pp. 509-513. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75549 Date accessed: 23 July 2014.


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Fabyan, Rob., alderman (the Chronicler), 208.

Faenza, Ridolfo Pio, bp. of, Papal nuncio in France, letters from, 212, 246, 282, 380, 396, 399, 465, 471, 500, 537, 548, 555, 622, 665, 726, 753, 837, 846, 891, 909–10, 985–6, 1060, 1076, 1104, 1141.

-, -, other references to, 1117:—App. 1179 (p. 473).

Fag, —, 96.

Fagow, Albert, Scotch sea captain, 1159.

Fairfax (Farefax), William, sheriff of Yorkshire (1534–5), 457, 492, 515, 862, 1013–14.

-, -, letter from, 862.

Fakenham, Norf., 146.

Falconer (Fawconer), John. See Pewnoll.

Falkland park, 1153 (2 ii.).

Falyng, 865, p. 340.

Fanaissoldorpe (von Düsseldorf?) Lambert, g. 291 (40).

Fane, Ralph, letter to, 61.

Fanhope, Heref., g. 291 (62).

Fanliterforde, Derick, g. 291 (52).

Fannyng, Wm., 406.

Farefax. See Fairfax.

Fareham (Fayrram), 242.

Farly, abbot of, 612.

Farmer, Mr., 373, 511.

Farnacres, Dham., chantries of, 700.

Farnam. See Farnham.

Farneley, Wm., 478.

Farnham (Farnam), 567 (p. 215), 592 (3), 989.

-, castle, 592 (3).

-, park, 592 (3).

Farrant, Robt., 478.

Farringdon park (? [F]arringden), Berks, 989.

Faryngdon, Sir Hen., g. 149 (63).

Fauntleroy, Tristam, g. 149 (77).

Fawn, Robt., 450.

Fayren, John, signature of, 208.

Fayrfax. See Fairfax.

Fayrwall, Gregory, vicar of Rotherhithe, alias Redriff, 25.

-, John, vicar of Camberwell, 25.

Federstone. See Fetherston.

Fegarit. See Fitzgerald.

Feldaye, Peter, 22 (2 ii., see Errata).

Felde, Piers, 789 (2).

Feldyng, Sir Will., g. 149 (62).

Feley, Dr., 105.

Felsted, 865 (p. 339).

Felton, Will., and his two daughters, 504.

Fencotte, Heref., g. 632 (2).

Fenwick (Fenwike), Ant., son of Sir Ralph, 492.

-, John, son of Sir Ralph, 492, 1030 (2, 3).

-, Sir John, 1030 (2, 3).

-, John, son of Sir John, 1030 (2).

-, Sir Ralph, 492, 1030 (2):—g. 149 (73).

-, -, executors of, 492.

-, -, his sons, 1030 (2, 3).

-, Robt., g. 1158 (35).

Fenwicks, the family of, 991, 1030 (3).

Ferdinand, king of the Romans and of Hungary, brother of Charles V., 48 (pp. 17, 18), 91, 174 (p. 60), 182, 233, 273, 355 (p. 143), 375, 433, 535, 561, 579, 587, 666 (pp. 252–3), 672, 713, 726, 807–8, 831, 859 (p. 336), 874, 948 (p. 372), 972, 1018, 1052, 1095, 1116, 1121 (p. 440).

-, -, letters to, 1095, 1116, 1144.

Ferdinand, the Catholic, king of Arragon and Castile, father of Katharine, 669, 750 (p. 282 n.).

Fère (Fiera), la, letters dated at, 985–6.

Fermour, Ric., 478.

-, Robt., 1109.

-, Will., g. 149 (52).

Ferne, Thos., g. 802 (30).

Ferne. See Feron.

Feron (Ferne), Robt., clk., of Teddington, 565 (2), 567, 609, 641, 661, 663 (see Notes and Errata), 726, 786:—g. 802 (5).

Ferrara, 899, 1121.

-, letters dated at, 223, 1121.

Ferrara, Alfonso, duke of (ob. 1534), 498, 1121.

Ferrara, Modena and Reggio, Hercules, duke of (1534), 17, 33 (2), 145, 223, 576, 807 (p. 307), 899, 1121:—App. 1179 (p. 473).

-, -, letter from, 223.

Ferrers, Walter Devereux, lord, 956.

Ferrers, Sir Edw., 916:—g. 149 (62), 802 (16).

-, -, letter from, 916.

Ferry, John, 478.

Fesan, Arnold, g. 632 (6).

Fetherston (Federstone), Ric., priest, the princess Mary's schoolmaster, a prisoner in the Tower, 666 (p. 251 n.), 1001 (1, 3).

Fetherstonhaugh, Alex., 1030 (2).

-, -, his son, murdered (1533), 1030 (2).

Fetyplace, Mr., 1061, 1130.

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

Fetzwareyn. See Fitzwaren.

Fewterer, John, confessor of Sion, p. 27 (qu. is this an alias of Copynger ?).

Fiera. See Fère, la.

Fife (Scotland), earldom of, 1153 (2 ii.).

Filetto, il, 875.

Filoll (Phylow), Jasper, 600, 778.

Finche or Fynche, Dr., 688.

-, Edw., g. 1158 (29).

-, Edward, M.D. (archd. of Wilts ?), 1032.

-, Wm., prior of Bromer, letter from, 840.

-, Sir Will., g. 149 (40),

First Fruits, 129, 307, 564, 1082, 1131.

-, treasurer of. See Gostwick, John.

Fischer (Fitzwilliam ?), Mons. de, p. 59. See also note under Boleyn, Thomas, earl of Wiltshire.

"Fischer Chancelier," p. 61.

Fischer. See Fisher.

Fisher, John, bp. of Rochester, Cardinal 20 May 1535 (beheaded 22 June 1535), 55, 666 (p. 251), 742, 747–8, 763, 777, 778, 786, 791, 807, 812–13, 837, 856, 858–9, 867, 875–6, 886–8, 891–2, 904, 909–10, 921, 932, 948 (p. 372), 949, 974 vi., 975, 985–6, 996, 1001 (4), 1012, 1052, 1060, 1075, 1095–6, 1104, 1105, 1114–18, 1121, 1125, 1144:—g. 481 (21).

-, -, his examination, 858.

-, -, interrogatories to, 867.

-, -, trial of, 886.

-, -, his book in defence of the first marriage, 1125.

-, -, his handwriting, 887.

-, -, his books and sermons, 55, 887.

-, -, his plate, 888.

Fisher, Fyssher and Fischer:—

-, —, Lisle's servant, 124, 231, 765.

-, —, 249, 275.

-, Edw., g. 149 (31).

-, John, g. 149 (54).

-, Sir Mich., g. 149 (54), 1158 (2).

-, Ralph, 888 (2).

-, Robert, brother of the Bishop, 856 (1–2 7, 14, 46), 858, 888 (2).

-, Rob., 929.

-, Thos., 312 iii.

Fitton, Sir Edw., g. 149 (70).

-, Nich., g. 149 (39).

Fitz, Simon, g. 149 (54).

FitzGerald (Garett, Gherardo, Fegarit, &c.), lord Thomas, the rebel (called by Chapuys, earl of Kildare), 1, 18, 48 (pp. 15, 16, 17), 60, 82, 114, 189 (p. 71), 193, 226, 263 (p. 105), 287 n., 376, 382, 396 ("Gherardo"), 397, 485, 519, 556 (p. 210), 695, 697, 715, 726, 746, 755, 827, 881, 885, 904, 1001 (3), 1019, 1035, 1051, 1081, 1105.

-, -, a kinsman of, 1.

-, -, wife of, Frances Fortescue, 716, 755, 1019.

-, ambassadors from Charles V. to, 48 (p. 17).

Fitzgerald, Bartholomew, 728.

-, (Fyzgarot), Edward, 193, 226, 449.

-, James, son of Maurice, of Desmond (called James Desmond), claimant of the earldom of Desmond, 519, 594.

-, James, of Kildare, 397, 449.

-, James FitzJohn, of Desmond, letter to, 115.

-, Sir James, 382 (p. 152).

-, Sir John, of Desmond (called Sir John Desmond), claimant of the earldom of Desmond, 114, 519, 594, 783.

-, -, letters to, 114, 594, 783.

-, John. See Gerot.

-, (FitzGerold), Ric., 382 (p. 152), 397, 449.

Fitzherbert, Sir Ant., justice, 609 i., 619, 886 i., 974 i., 1042:—g. 291 (55).

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

Fitzhugh, the late lord, 991.

Fitz-Hugh, Will., g. 149 (54).

Fitz James, Sir John, Chief Justice of King's Bench, 4, 453 (2), 609 i., viii., 886 i., viii., 974 i., vi., 1042.

-, -, letter from, 4.

-, -, his wife's son. See Barkeley, Moris.

Fitz Jefferey, John, of Clopham, g. 149 (54).

-, John, of Trewkers, g. 149 (54).

Fitz Nicholas, John Arthur, 784.

Fitz Richards, Thos., g. 1158 (35).

Fitz Symon, Thos., letter from, 397.

Fitzwalter (Fuater, Fywater), lord, 865 (pp. 338–9).

Fitzwalter (Fyzewater), lord Henry (i.e., lord Henry Ratcliff, son of lord Fitzwalter), 411.

Fitzwaren (Fetzwareyn), John lord, 529, 1021.

-, -, letter from, 1021.

Fitzwilliam, Sir Wm., Treasurer of the Household, 27, 44, 48 (p. 16), 69, 169 (2 ii.), 174 (p. 59), 238, 341–2, 422, 435, 445, 475, 502, 516, 531, 587, 591, 597, 605, 663, 760, 792, 794, 796–7, 823, 888 ii., 902, 912, 919, 938, 974 i., 1002, 1004, 1018, 1027, 1083, 1091:—g. 149 (74).

-, -, letters from, 27, 238, 342, 435, 445, 605, 760, 792, 902.

-, -, letter to, 794.

-, -, his brother, 760.

-, -, his clerk, 792.

-, -, his wife, 902.

Fitzwilliam, Sir Thos., 169 (2).

Fladbury (Flatbury), Worc., g. 962 (24).

Flamezen, Paul, g. 802 (32).

Flaminius, —, 762.

Flanders and the Low Countries, 1, 9, 48 (pp. 15, 17), 121, 140, 143, 162, 177, 189 (pp. 67, 70), 198, 217 (p. 83), 263 (p. 102), 270, 299, 340, 345, 356, 389, 429 (p. 166), 502, 535, 606, 666 (p. 252), 669, 744, 750 (p. 281), 807, 816, 826 (pp. 315, 317), 842, 883, 931, 1089, 1096, 1106, 1123, 1151.

Flanders, natives of, g. 291 (29, 54, 58).

-, Imperial party in, 1012.

-, the Queen in. See Mary of Hungary.

-, English merchandise in, 189 (p. 67).

-, persons of. See Flemings.

-, ambassadors in:—

-, English, 47.

Flatbury. See Fladbury.

Flaxley (Flaxleya), Abbey, 74 (ii., 2.)

Flaxton, Mrs., 11.

Flecher. See Fletcher.

Fleming, a, burnt at Paris, 726.

Flemings, certain, 189, 771.

Fletcher, Hen., g. 1158 (18).

-, Janken, g. 1158 (18).

-, John, g. 1158 (18).

-, (Flecher), Thos., vicar of Runchorn, 496.

Fletewode, John, g. 632 (30).

Florence, 88, 801, 899, 1118, 1121 (pp. 439–40).

-, merchants in or of, g. 481 (22, 28–9).

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

Flower, Ric., g. 1158 (8).

-, Roger, g. 1158 (8).

Flushing, in Holland, 162.

Flygge, Mr., 652.

Flyntham, 929.

Flyxton, prieress of, 372.

Foljambe, Sir Godfrey, 929 (4):—g. 149 (48).

Forbridge, near Stafford, 130.

-, hospital of St. John at, 130.

Ford Abbey, 74 ii. (2).

-, Thos., abbot of, commission to, 74 (2).

Forde, John, g. 149 (59).

-, John, of Assheburton, g. 149 (58).

-, Ric., 457.

Forden chapel, in Wales, 509 ii.

Foreland, the, 911 (4).

Forest, Edw., signature of, 1025 (2).

-, Edw., page of the Chamber, g. 291 (2).

-, Miles, g. 149 (13), 291 (2).

Forests, 842.

Forging letters, 345.

Forman, Wm., 478.

Forster, Sir Humph., g. 149 (53).

Fortescue, Sir Adrian, 231 (see Errata), 755 n.

-, Barth., g. 149 (58).

-, Frances, daughter of Sir Adrian, wife of lord Thomas Fitzgerald, 755.

Fossumbrone, M. di, Papal nuncio with the Emperor, letter to, 910.

Foster, Anth., 582–3.

-, Hugh, g. 149 (11).

-, Rob., g. 149 (36).

-, Thos., 619:—g. 632 (27).

Fouler or Fouller. See Fowler.

Fournes. See Furness.

Foway, Nich., Edith, servant to, 148.

Fowbridge, Yorke, g. 802 (8).

Fowell, Thos., 87.

Fowey, Cornw., 743.

Fowler (Fouller), Robert, vice-treasurer of Calais, 47, 71, 118, 136, 176–7, 225, 252 (1, 2, "Mr. Treasurer"), 345, 347, 516, 663, 668, 931, 1083, 1103:—App. 1179 (p. 477):—g. 149 (35), 632 (4).

-, letter from, 347.

Fowler (Fouler), Thos., 47, 243–4, 253.

-, -, letter to, 253.

-, -, his wife, 47.

Fox, Ric., late bp. of Winchester, 567 (p. 215), 859 (38).

Foxe, Edward (S.T.P., King's almoner, provost of King's Coll., Camb., archd. of Leicester, afterwards bishop of Hereford), 502, 516, 565, 573, 591, 661 (p. 248), 663, 669, 699, 823, 828, 912 1054, 1061–2, 1105, 1125. g. 149 (57), 291 (4), 802 (25), 962 (24).

-, -, letters from, 823, 912.

Fox, Mr., 574.

France (the French, "Galli," &c.), 1, 17, 36–7, 48 (pp. 15, 17, 18), 50, 116, 132 143, 158, 162–3, 165, 174, 177, 186, 189 (pp. 68–9, 70, 72–3), 198, 217 (p. 83), 233, 238, 246, 263 (pp. 101–4), 271, 273, 279, 281, 327, 330, 339, 355 (p. 142), 356, 375, 392, 396, 399, 429, 439, 465, 471, 501–2, 531, 535, 537, 556 (p. 210), 561, 590, 629–30, 666 (p. 252), 669, 750, 752, 760, 792 (2), 806–7, 816, 818, 823, 826 (p. 315), 827, 891, 901, 931, 946, 948–9, 985 (p. 389), 996 (p. 395), 1012, 1018, 1044, 1062, 1105–6, 1128, 1144:—App. 1169, 1172, 1178, (pp. 463, 470), 1179 (p. 474).

France, ambassadors in:—

Venetian, 726.

English. See Wallop, Sir John.

Portuguese, 263 (p. 103), 726:—App. 1179 (p. 473).

Imperial, App. 1179 (p. 473). See also Hannaert, John.

Papal legate. See Prat, Ant. du.

Papal nuncio. See Faenza, bp. of.

Scotch, 116, 185, 1153 ii., 1154.

Swiss, 185, 726.

Turkish, 163, 185, 905:—App. 1179 (p. 474).

France:—

Grand esquire of.See Genouillac, J. R. de.

king of. See Francis I.

natives of, g. 149 (2, 4), 291 (28), 481 (20), 1158 (1, 34).

Privy Council of, 174 (p. 60), 185, 1128.

-, letter to, 1128.

proposed treaty with, 340.

queen of. See Eleanor.

secretary of finances. See Bochetel, Guillaume.

Francis I., king of France, 8, 9, 18, 19, 33 (1, 2), 37–8, 48 (pp. 15, 17, 18), 99, 111, 116–17, 121, 140, 143, 163, 165, 174, 177, 182, 185–6, 189 (pp. 67, 70, 72), 197–8, 212, 233, 246, 251 (p. 96), 263 (pp. 100, 103), 270, 271–3, 286, 326–7, 336–44, 335 (p. 112), 380, 392, 396, 399, 429, 431–3, 439, 498, 500–1, 516, 535, 537, 557, 622, 629, 653, 665–6, 669, 683, 688, 697, 712, 746–7, 750, 753, 760, 777, 779, 786, 791–3, 807, 813, 817, 826–7, 837, 846, 876 (p. 346), 899, 901, 905, 909–10, 931, 948 (p. 372), 972, 985 (p. 389–90), 1019, 1035, 1044, 1052. 1060, 1062, 1076, 1104, 1117–8, 1121, 1136–7, 1141, 1153–4:—App. 1179 (pp. 473–4, 476–7):—g. 802 (1).

-, letters from, 163, 554, 896.

-, letters to, 650, 697 (2)n., 779, 817, 1117, 1136.

-, his daughter, 165, 1153 (2).

-, declaration to be made by, 340 (2).

-, his letter to the electors, 327 (p. 131), 355 (p. 143), 429, 629 (p. 238).

-, the procession made by, 683.

-, his eldest son. See Francis, the Dauphin.

-, his second son. See Orleans, Henry duke of.

-, his third son. See Angoulême, Ch. duke of.

-, his three sons, 793 (1).

Francis, the Dauphin, eldest son of Francis I. (died 1536), 18, 19, 37, 143, 174 (p. 59), 182, 185, 189 (pp. 69, 70), 501, 826 (p. 313), 1105.

Frankrürt, 831.

Frankleyn (Frankeleyn), Wm., priest, 13, 696:—g. 149 (65).

-, -, letters from, 13, 696.

Franklyn, Mr., 769.

Fraunceis, Jasper, g. 291 (15).

Fre ..., Dr., 856 (45).

Frear, —, 549 ("frear").

Frechevyle, John, p. 481 (28).

-, Peter, g. 481 (28).

Frederic I., king of Denmark (ob. 1533), App. 1159–60, 1170 n., 1172, 1178 (pp. 463, 469, 470).

-, his sister. See Margaret, queen of James III. of Scotland.

French book, a, App. 1179 (p. 476).

French captains in Germany, 177.

French court, 33, 182, 185, 189 (p. 67), 212, 282, 380, 399, 465, 471, 501, 537, 548, 726, 948 (p. 371), 972, 1019, 1052, 1113.

Frenchmen (particular), 44, 197–8, 245, 265:—App. 1179 (p. 474).

Frenchmen (in general), 1096 (p. 430). See also France.

French legate. See Prat, Ant. du.

French pension, 638.

French treaties, 669.

French wine, 918.

French, Lawrence, 496.

Frenchman, John, g. 802 (23).

Fressyngton, Cumbid., 1133.

Friars, Orders of, 345.

Friars, mendicants, 626.

Friesland ("Phrisca," qu. Phrisia ?), g. 291 (32), 481 (23).

Friis, George, bp. of Wiburg, 522.

Fringford, Oxon, manor of, g. 149 (16).

Frith, John, the martyr, 406, 799 (2).

-, -, his books, 406.

Frithe, George, 169.

Frodeam, 642n.

Frozington (Fressington) in arlecdon, cumbl. 1133.

Frognall (Frogenall), Alex., 415, 888 (2), 916.

-, -, letter from, 415.

-, Thomas, Ferrers' son-in-law, and his wife, 916.

Fronton, near Toulouse, letter dated at, 125.

Frost, Mr., 574.

Frowde, Thos., g. 149 (60).

Froyton. See under Calais.

Fryer, —, 516.

Fryngeford. See Fringford.

Fryse, alias Bomell, Derick Johnson de, g. 291 (52).

Frystok priory, Devon, App. 1170 (p. 477).

Fryth. See Frith.

Fuater. See Fitzwalter.

Fulham, 77.

-, letter dated at, 55.

Fuller, Robert, abbot of Waltham Holy Cross (and prior of St. Bartholomew's, Smithfield), 129 (4).

Fuller, Hugh, g. 149 (49).

-, Jas., 61.

Fulsehurst, Sir Thos., g. 149 (70).

Fulthrope, Thos., 1025 (2):—g. 634 (8).

-, -, signature of, 1025 (2).

Fulwell, letter dated at, 256.

Funen, island of, App. 1177.

Funfkirchen, in Hungary, 91.

Fuppison, Galien, g. 481 (1).

Furness (Fournes), letter dated at, 1132.

-, Abbey, 1132.

-, Roger, abbot of, 991, 1132.

-, -, letter from, 1132.

Fustemberg, count William de, 177.

Fyldyng, Wm., letter from, 643.

Fyle, Devon, g. 802 (6).

Fylolle. See Filoll.

Fynche. See Finche.

Fynes. See Dacre.

Fynglas, Patrick, chief baron of the Exchequer in Ireland and chief justice of the King's Bench there, 448, 695, 880, 888 ii., 958, 973, 1112.

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

-, Thos., letter from, 1081.

Fyssher. See Fisher.

Fywater. See Fitzwalter.

Fyzewater. See Fitzwalter.

Fyzgarot. See Fitzgerald.



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