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'Index: F, G', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 9: August-December 1535 (1886), pp. 437-444. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75689 Date accessed: 17 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Faenza, Ridolro Pio bp. of, papal nuncio in France, letters from, 39, 40, 148, 258, 325, 397, 492, 547–8, 600, 644, 660, 675, 680, 696, 758, 773, 788, 809, 826, 835, 847, 853, 868, 874, 887, 919, 941, 947, 970–1, 1000, (p. 343), 1012.

Falkland, in Scotland, letters dated at, 636, 1049.

Falwesley, letter dated at, 147

Fane, Ric., App. 6.

Faraham. See Fareham, also Farnham.

Fareham (Faraham), Hants, 460.

-, letter dated at, 377.

Farina, in Algiers, 602 (p. 203).

Farley (Ferley) priory, Wilts, 42, 168.

-, prior of, 42, 168.

-, subprior of, 42.

Farnam. See Farnham.

Farnedyo. See Farnese.

Farnese, Alexander, See Paul III., Pope.

Farnese, Alexander, cardinal (1531), son of Peter Lewis (succeeded card, de Mediei as Papal Chancellor in 1535), 526 iv.

Farnese, Octavius, son of Peter Lewis, 827.

Farnese (Farnedyo, Fernez), Peter Lewis, son of Paul III. (afterwards duke of Parma), "Pier Luis," 827, 904, 937, 939, 981 (p. 330).

-, -, his daughter, 827.

Farnham (Faraham), Essex, 520.

Farnham (Farnam), Surr., 619–20.

-, letter dated at, 871.

Faro, the, of Straits of Messina, 981 (p. 330).

Fatt, John, g. 504 (10).

Faustus, —, 1034.

Faventius, Dr., of Padua, 618.

Faversham (Feversham), Kent, 668, 830.

-, abbey of, 668

Favour, —, 815.

Faysby, Yorks., g 914 (27).

Feld, the, before Copenhagen, 323.

Felde. See Field.

Felletby, Linc., g. 1063 (6).

Felton, Nthld., 1.

Fenne, —, 330.

Fenton, Ant., 400.

Fenwick (Fynwik), Sir John, 371 (4).

-, John, of Staynton, son of Sir Ralph, 1078.

-, Sir Ralph, 1078.

Ferdinand the Catholic, late king of Spain, 1001.

Ferdinand, king of the Romans and of Hengary and Bohemia, archduke of Austria, brother of Charles V., 17, 202, 267, 494, 526, 543, 546, 665, 696, 746, 773, 834, 838, 903, 930, 1018, 1029.

-, -, letter from, 267.

-, -, nuncio with, 202.

Ferding Lowe, near Dover (?), 717.

Fere, la, in France, 548.

Ferley. See Farley.

Ferney, John, g. 504 (6).

Fernez. See Farnese.

Ferrara, 240.

Ferrara, Modena and Reggio, Hercules duke of, 512 (p. 168), 526 ii., 981 (p. 330).

Ferrers, Walter Devereux lord, 68; 1135 n.

-, -, letter from, 68.

Ferrers (Feyrys), Sir Humph., 183 (p. 58).

Ferybye, Yorks., 1173 (p. 400).

Fetyplace (Phetypace), Mr., of Besselsleigh, 795.

Feversham. See Faversham.

Feyrys. See Ferrers.

Fezgaret. See Fitzgerald.

Field (Felde), John, of Payneston, 731 (2).

Filoll or Fyloll, Jasper, 283–4, 523, 846, 881, 955 ("Fylott").

-, -, letters from, 283–4, 523.

Finglas. See Fynglas.

First Fruits, 13, 90, 203, 272–3, 342, 360, 575, 792.

-, -, treasurer of. See Gostwick, John.

Fisher, John, bp. of Rochester (Roffensis, Roff.), Cardinal (20 May), beheaded (22 June), 15, 46, 100, 157, 198, 213 (p. 70), 234 (p. 78 bis), 240, 243, 295, 421, 449, 521, 658 (p. 222), 681, 827, 868, 873, 947, 963, 964 (p. 324), 999, 1077, 1104. g. 236 (8), 729 (8).

-, -, his books prohibited, 963, 964 (p. 321).

Fisher or Fyssher, —, 622.

-, Hen., 1059.

-, Sir Michael, g. 914 (22).

-, Robt., brother of the Cardinal, 1077.

-, (Fyscher), Thos., 467.

Fitton or Fytton, Nich., 792.

FitzEdmund, Ric., 731 (2).

Fitzgared, Margaret, 1075.

Fitzgerald (Garrard, Fytzgarret, &c.), lord Thomas (rightfully tenth earl of Kildare, though officially styled as above, and occasionally as "the rebel" or "the traitor"), 90, 98, 147, 164, 173–4, 178, 197, 217, 308, 331–2, 345, 347, 357–8, 377, 434 (p. 141), 498 (see notes), 513–14, 525, 556–7, 573, 594 (p. 197), 600, 613, 681, 731–2, 873 (p. 294).

-, -, letter from, 174.

-, -, his mother-in-law, sister of lord Leonard Grey, 434 (p. 141).

-, -, his uncles, 331, 434 (p. 141), 731 (2).

-, -, Pope's brief to, 557.

Fitzgerald, James, son of Maurice (called James of Desmond), younger claimant of the earldom of Desmond, 514, 556, 628.

Fitzgerald, Sir John, elder elaimant of the earldom of Desmond, 514, 556.

Fitzgerald (Gerott), Gerald, son of Shane (Gerald McGerald McShane), 174, 347, 556, 731 (2).

-, James, of Kildare, bastard, 731 (2).

-, Sir James, of Kildare, uncle of lord Thomas, 147, 332, 731 (2).

-, Sir John, uncle of lord Thomas, 731 (2).

-, Oliver, uncle of lord Thomas, 731 (2).

-, Richard, uncle of lord Thomas, 332, 731 (2).

-, Richard FitzEdmund, 731 (2).

-, Shane, 174, 347.

-, -, his son (McShane). See Fitzgerald, Gerald.

-, Walter, uncle of lord Thomas, 731 (2).

-, Wm., called Naasy (son of Edmund), 731 (2).

Fitzgeralds. See Geraldines.

Fitzherbert, Sir Anthony, justice of the Common Pleas, 232.

Fitzherbert, John, King's chaplain, g. 914 (40).

Fitz James, Sir John, Chief Justice of King's Bench, 191, 253, 655:—g. 914 (12).

-, -, letters from, 191, 253.

FitzNicholas, John Arthur, of Limerick, 613.

FitzRusse, John, 792.

Fitz Swain (Swaynsoune), Sir Adam, 1173 (p. 400).

Fitzwilliam, Sir William, treasurer of the Household, 4, 28, 50, 105–6, 110, 118, 142, 192, 209, 255, 263, 293, 311, 319, 352–3, 440, 452, 472, 476, 525, 534–5, 558, 582, 619, 623, 642, 682, 766, 894, 905, 935, 943, 1114:—g. 236 (3), 1063, (8).

-, -, letters from, 4, 50, 110, 118, 192, 255, 263, 319, 352, 535, 619, 766, 905, 935.

-, -, his handwriting, 192 (2).

-, -, his wife, 4, 50.

-, -, servants of, 105, 311.

Fitzwilliam, Sir Wm., the elder, 1114.

Flanders, and the Low Countries (the Flemings), and the Netherlands, 18, 104, 148, 195, 202, 243, 255, 275, 319, 330, 346, 397, 435, 443, 566, 594 (p. 198), 595, 599, 602 (p. 203), 623–4, 696, 733, 809, 847, 862, 868, 921–2, 1003, 1019, 1036 (p. 358), 1139–40:—g. 914 (9).

-, council of, 409.

-, court of, 409.

-, ambassadors in:—

English, 202.

legate come to, 594 (p. 198).

-, native of, g. 914 (10).

Flegge, Robt., letters from, 329, 409.

Flemish joiner and farrier, a, 356.

Fleury, Anth., 190.

Flodden Field (the Scottish Field), 1078.

Florence (Florens), 526, 580 (2), 920, 981.

-, the banished men of, 526.

Florence, duke of. See Medicis, Alexander de.

Florentinus, Nic. See Burgo, Nic. de.

Fluellyn, Hugh, 391.

Fogwell pond, 523.

Fol, Maistre, merchant of Calais, 324.

Folkestone (Fowlstone), Kent, bailiff of, 230.

-, church of, 669.

-, vicar of, 230.

-, priory of, 668–9, 816, 829.

-, -, prior of. See Barret, Thos.

-, -, surrender of, 816.

Folkestone (Folkstone), alias Lambert, John, prior of St. Martin's, at Dover, 669, 734, 756, 816 sig., 829.

-, -, petition of, 756.

Foly John, new windsor 476

Foots Cray (Fotyscraye), Kent, 1112.

Ford, Kent, letters dated at, 627, 686, 711, 751, 869, 996.

Ford Abbey, Devon, letters dated at, 590, 948.

-, Thos., abbot of, letters from, 590, 948.

Ford, Nthld., 1082.

Fordham, Camb., Byggyn priory in, 735, 761.

-, -, prior of, 735, 761.

-, -, canon of, 735, 761.

Fordham (Fordam), William, 6, 52 (2), 204, 653.

-, -, letters from, 6, 204.

Fordingbridge, Hants, 1070.

Forest, Mr., 1149.

Forest, —de la, French Envoy to the Turk, 906.

Forman, Roger, sub-prior of West Dereham, abbot (1535), 808.

Fortescue Sir Adrian, 536.

Fortescue (Foscew), —851 (p. 286),

Fortia, Marcus, of Avignon, 673.

Fortresses to be made, 725 (p. 244).

Fos, —de la, kinsman of Langey, 54, 281, 299.

Foscari, the house of, in Venice, 659.

Foscew. See Fortescue.

Foster, Anth., bailiff of Newark, 553, 751.

Foterell, Robt., 1147.

Fotyscraye. See Foots Cray.

Fouler. See Fowler.

Foweller. See Fowler.

Fowler (Fouler, Foweller), Robert, vicetreasurer (sometimes called treasurer) of Calais, 26, 62, 110, 234 (p. 78), 400, 416, 535, 552, 572, 725 ii., 817, 932.

Fowler, —, 697.

-, Ric., 830.

-, (Fouler), Robt., one of the tellers of the Exchequer, 141.

-, Roger, 234 (p. 78).

-, (Fouler), Thomas, brother of Robert, 26, 552, 803.

Fowlstone. See Folkestone.

Foxe, Edward, S. T. P., bp. of Hereford (1535), King's almoner, archd. of Leicester, provost of King's Coll., Cambridge, 24, 29, 58, 65, 121, 153 (p. 45), 154, 211–13, 217, 218–19, 241–2, 245, 299, 300, 334, 348, 355, 390, 403, 443, 493, 498 (1, 2, 3), 532, 543, 563, 565 (see notes), 589, 594 (pp. 197, 199), 604, 648 ("his patron"), 732 (p. 250), 836, 867, 878, 917, 953, 1011, 1013, 1016, 1016 (p. 346 n.), 1018–19, 1030:—g. 504 (1), 729 (6).

-, -, letters from, 212, 242, 348, 403, 563.

-, -, letters to, 245, 334.

-, -, his commissary. See Edwardes, —.

-, -, instructions for, 213.

-, -, credence for, 589.

-, -, his colleagues at Smalcalde (Barnes and Heath), 1016.

Fox, Richard, bp. of Winchester (died 1528), 656.

Fox, —, a Carthusian, 523.

-, Wm., 1147.

Framlingham (Frammyngham), Suff., 398.

France (and the French), 18, 39, 54, 55, 58, 75, 157, 178, 193, 213, 222, 233, 249, 281, 287, 298–300, 308, 337, 355 ii., 434–5, 440, 514, 521, 526, 540–1, 543, 546, 548, 557, 565–7, 594 (pp. 197–9), 601, 623, 658 (p. 221), 659, 673–4, 676, 702, 732–3, 789, 899, 922, 939, 964 (p. 323), 965, 984, 987–8, 994, 1003, 1013, 1021, 1034, 1036, 1038, 1044, 1061, 1088, 1139–40:—App. 7, 8:—g. 914 (9).

France, ambassadors in;—

English, 732 (p. 250), 887, 941, 971, 1000, 1012. See Wallop, Sir John; also Gardiner and Brian.

Scotch. See Kinloss, Robt. abbot of; also Erskine, &c., 78, 148, 178 (p. 53), 233, 258, 295, 397. 548, 644, 672, 675, 680, 788, 804, 853, 1044–6.

Imperial. See Hannaert, John.

Venetian, 299, 526, 847, 941.

Papal nuncio. See Faenza, bp. of.

Of Gueldres, 526.

Portuguese; 526.

-, Admiral of. See Brion, sieur de.

-, Chancellor of, 498 (3).

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

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

-, Council of, 868, 919:—App. 7.

-, natives of, g. 236 (10), 914 (11), 1063 (9).

Francis I., king of France, 7, 15, 48, 54, 56, 58, 78, 107, 143, 148, 157, 180, 205, 213 (p. 70), 221, 247–9, 258, 268, 270, 281, 293, 295, 298–300, 308, 325, 336–8, 374, 378, 395–7, 434, 437, 443, 469, 482, 521, 526, 543, 545, 547–8, 565–6, 594 (p. 197–8), 658 (p. 221–2), 660, 665, 674–5, 696, 718, 732, 737, 758, 765, 775, 804, 812, 812 ii., 813, 819, 826–7, 835–6, 838, 848, 853, 861, 867–8, 873 (p. 294), 875, 887, 893, 904, 906, 911–12, 919, 931, 937, 939; 941, 945, 947, 961, 965, 970–1, 984, 987–8, 994, 1000–1, 1006–7, 1007, 1018 (p. 348), 1029, 1038 (p. 360), 1044, 1061–2:—App. 7, 8.

-, -, letters from, 205, 337.

-, -, letter to, 78, 268, 813, 931, 1006, 1044.

-, -, his eldest daughter. See Magdalen.

-, -, his daughters and daughter-inlaw, 295, 853.

-, -, his sons, 912, 1000.

-, -, an archer of, 293, 300, 737.

Francis, the Dauphin, eldest son of Francis I. (died 1536), 15, 434 (p. 141), 566 (p. 188), 594 (p. 199), 602 (p. 204), 674, 732, 827, 838 (p. 282), 970, 1000.

Franciscus, —, 930.

Frankelyn, John, 1156.

Frankfort-on-the-Maine, in Germany, 521.

Franks or Frankyshe, John, vicar of Rolvenden, 786 (see notes).

Frebarne, John, 83, 307 (2).

Frederick I., king of Denmark, father of Christiern III. (died 1533), 831, 1019.

Free will, doctrine of, 1001.

Freman, John, goldsmith, 47, 151, 234 (p. 78).

French Court, the, 54, 180, 258, 281, 299 (p. 102), 378, 443, 526, 644, 676, 696, 714, 853, 875, 961, 964 (p. 324), 987 (p. 334), 1000, 1012, 1021, 1038.

French clergy, 54.

French doctor, a, 775.

French memoranda, 567.

French pension, 157, 733 (p. 251).

French troops, 819.

Frenchmen, particular, specified but not named, 137, 1086.

Frenche, Thos., 353.

Fresshewater, Ric., App. 12.

Freurs, Wm., letter from, 720.

Friar or Frier, John, 648, 687, 917, 1011.

-, -, letters from, 648, 917, 1011.

Friar, a Dutch Observant, 789.

Friars, 704, 708, 981 (p. 331).

Friars practising necromancy, 740.

Friars Augustines, provincial of, 330. See Browne, Dr. George.

Friars, Dominican or Black, provincial of. See Hilsey, John.

-, -, provincialship of, 598.

Friars, Franciscan or Grey, provincial or minister of, 789. See Call, Dr.

Friars Observant ("the Order of Greenwich"), 556, 789.

-, a house of, in Ireland. See Monasternenagh.

Fridaythorpe, Yorks., prebend of, 30, 652.

-, -, prebendary of. See Shorton, Robt.

Frier. See Friar.

Friscobal, Leonard, g. 1063 (5).

Frognall, Alyu, 880.

Fulcher, Wm., 1020.

Fnlford, Sir Jo., 876.

Fulham, Midd., 1115.

Fulke, Ric., 74.

Fuller, Hugh, 45, 111–12, 156.

-, -, letter from, 112.

-, -, Thos., 1158.

Fulwell, John, monk bailey of Westminster, 184.

Furnes, Robt., 507.

Furness abbey, Lanc., 1173 ii.

Fursar, John, 391.

Furtho, Thos., 697.

Fyghgarret. See Fitzgerald.

Fyloll. See Filoll.

Fynder, Robt., g. 914 (32).

Fyndern, Robt., g. 914 (37).

Fynglas (Finglas), Patrick, late chief justice in Ireland, 147 (2).

-, Thos., son of Patrick, 147 (2), 514.

Fynwik. See Fenwick.

Fyscher. See Fisher.

Fytton. See Fitton.

Fytzgarrard or Fytzgarret. See Fitzgerald.

G.

Gabriel, John, 303.

Gage, Sir John, vice-chamberlain, 172, 234 (p. 78).

Gallande, Edw., 1078.

Galtres (Galtrie) Forest, Yorks., 475.

Gardiner, Stephen, bishop of Winchester (Vincestra), 4, 60, 213 (p. 70), 217–19, 234, 403, 420, 142–3, 472, 498 (3), 547–8, 563, 594 (p. 197–9), 600, 644, 669, 676, 696, 718, 732, 765, 826, 836, 838, 847, 848, 853, 857, 868, 871, 873 (p. 294), 874–5, 878, 887, 899, 919, 931, 939, 945, 947, 961, 964 (p. 324), 965, 969, 980, 987 (p. 334), 999, 1000, 1006, 1007 (p. 343), 1010, 1038–9:—App. 7–9.

-, -, letters from, 442, 676, 901.

-, -, letters to, 443, 838, 848, 999, 1010, 1038–9:–App. 7–9.

-, -, his oration, 403, 442, 848.

-, -, book made by, 213 (p. 70), 218, 403, 442.

-, -, his book De Obedientia, 213 (5).

-, -, servant of, App. 9.

Gardoner, —, of Barnet, 653.

Garett, John, 1053.

Garlon. See Gernon.

Garrard, Martin, goldsmith, g. 914 (18).

Garrard or Garret, Thos., B.D., 561.

Garrard, the rebel. See Fitzgerald, lord Thomas.

Garrauntynis. See Geraldines.

Garroldes, the. See Geraldines.

Garter, Order of the, 178, 233.

Garthe, Hew, 1173 ii.

Gascoign, Sir Henry, 478.

Gascoighn, Sir Will., g. 914 (22).

Gascon wine, g. 236 (11), 914 (9).

Gaskyn, Adam, messenger, 234 (p. 78).

Gasparo. See Contarini, Gaspar.

Gasto. See Guasto.

Gates, Ric., App. 12.

Gattagre, Wm., g. 914 (22).

Gaunte, Sir Gilbert and Walter de, temp. Hen. I., 670.

Gaunte (Gawntt), lord Walter, temp. Hen. I., 1173 (p. 400).

Gaunts, the. See under Bristol.

Gayton (Geyton), Linc., g. 1063 (6).

Gebons. See Gibbons.

Gedge, John, letter from, 845.

Gefford. See Gifford.

Gelderland. See Gueldres.

Gemeaulx, near Dijon, 492.

Gene. See Jena.

Geneva, 906.

Gennes. See Genoa.

Gennyng, the post, 374.

Genoa (Gane, Genova, Gennes, Jenoa, &c.), and the Genoese, 205, 443, 459, 526 ii., 597 (2), 602, 658 (p. 222), 906, 920, 981, 1088:—App. 7.

Genouillac, James Richard de, Grand Esquire of France, 812 ii.

George, duke. See Saxony, George duke of.

George, dan, 11.

George, Dr. See Browne, Dr. G.

Geraldines (Garrauntynis, Garroldes), or Fitzgeralds, the, Irish family, 164, 332, 347, 358, 514–15, 574, 731 (2), 1054, 1056.

Geraldines, Bastard, 731 (2).

German (Almain) messenger from Saxony (or Strasbourg), 594 (p. 197), 733 (p. 251), 773.

German soldiers, Almains (footmen and lanzknechts), 602 (pp. 202, 204), 658 ("lanzichinecchi," pp. 220, 222), 868, 875, 964.

German Protestants (heretics) in France, 994, 1001 (2).

German (Protestant) Princes, the (Lutheran princes of the Empire), 54, 55, 58, 180, 213, 242, 281, 355, 390, 498 (3), 526, 565, 600, 732, 765, 834, 903, 906, 953, 979, 984, 994, 1001, 1015–19.

-, English embassies to, 548, 732 (p. 250), 788 (p. 251), 825, 834, 928, 979, 994, 1001 (2), 1013, 1016, 1019.

-, -, letter to, 884.

-, French ambassador to. See Langey; also Fos.

Germany (Dutchland, Allmayne, Alemaigne) and the Germans (Almains), 17, 18, 58, 153, 180, 212–13, 242, 281, 298–300, 337–8, 469, 498–9, 521, 526 iv., 540, 544–8, 565, 589, 594 (199), 602 (p. 203), 665, 674, 732, 765, 775, 834–5, 838, 868, 875, 903, 918, 961, 965, 1011, 1016 (p. 346), 1018 (p. 348), 1021, 1038, 1139–40.

-, the Confession of. See Augsburg, Confession of; also Melancthon, articles sent to France by.

-, papal legate in. See Vergerius, Peter Paul.

-, council in. See Smalcalde, dict at.

-, Free States of, 961 (p. 322).

Gernon (Garlon), —, of Gernonstown, 731 (2).

Gernonstown (Garlonyston), in Ireland, 731 (2).

Gerott. See Fitzgerald.

Gervasius, "the abbot," a German at the French court, 54, 180.

Gethyn, Lewis, 140.

Geyton, Linc., g. 1063 (6).

Ghers, Adrian, g. 1063 (3).

Ghinucci, Jerome de, cardinal (1535), 658 (p. 222), 728, 913 n.:—g. 729 (7).

-, -, letter from, 728.

Ghinucci, Andrea, nephew of Jerome, 728 (p. 246).

Gibbeson, Henry, 1167.

Gibbons (Gebons), Dr., 699.

Giffards, the family of, 422.

Gifford (Jefford), 898.

-, George, 234.

-, (Gyfford), Ric., account of, 481.

-, (Gefford), Roger, 234, 851.

Giggs, —, 738.

Gilberd, Thos., chaplain, 584.

Gilbertines, Order of, 1005.

-, general visitor of, 1005. See also Sempringham, prior of.

Gillinge, John, 136.

Gillot, —, 571.

Gladwyn, Will., 697.

Glassynburie. See Glastonbury.

Glastonbury (Glassynburie) Abbey, Somers., 42, 168, 253, 685.

-, letter dated at, 188, 313, 685.

-, Ric. Whiting, abbot of, 188, 253, 313, 577, 685.

-, -, letters from, 188, 313, 685.

-, -, a gentleman of, 577.

Gledan in Ughalet, Denbigh, g. 914 (14).

Glin, Thomas ap, g. 504 (2).

Gloucester (Gloster), 6, 52, 126, 305, 497, 656, 1081.

-, letters dated at, 86, 53.

-, monastery of, dates, g. 236 (1, 2, 4–6, 11):–g. 504 (7).

-, -, abbot of, 1081.

-, Llanthony priory at. See under L.

Gloucestershire, sheriff of, g. 914 (22).

See also Walssh, Sir John (1535–6).

Glyn, Wm., priest, 748, 866.

-, -, letter from, 748.

Glynne Cornw., 480.

Goddishill. See Godshill.

Godcalle. See Goodale.

Goderd, Oliver, 353.

Godfrey, John, prior of Penmon, 866.

Godney, Thos., letter from, 290.

Godolphin, Thos., g. 914 (23).

Godsalve, John, clerk of the Signet, 821.

-, Thos., 865.

Godshill, Hants (I. of Wight), 209.

-, vicar of. See Bradshawe, Thos.

Godstow, Oxon, 351, 457.

-, abbess of, 457.

-, a nun of, 457.

Gola or Golia verz Jevan Gayn, 140, 186.

Golde, Henry, parson (hanged 1534), 234 (p. 78).

Golding, —, 385.

Goletta (Goleta, Goulette, Lagolette, Goullet), the port of Tunis, 15, 33 (2), 127, 175, 178, 206, 287, 338, 376, 459, 526, 602, 665, 674, 733, 981 (pp. 329. 331).

-, Emperor's garrison at, 526.

Golston or Golstonde, —, 209, 700.

Gonner, Hans, g. 504 (10).

Gonson (Gonston, Gunson), Wm., naval officer, 199, 217, 220, 229, 232, 234 (p. 78), 260, 418, 799, 836.

-, -, letters from, 260, 418.

Gonzaga (Gonza), Dox Fernando or Ferrante de, brother of Frederic duke of Mantua, viceroy of Sicily (12 Oct. 1535), prince of Molfetta, count of Bassocamy, 602 (p. 203–4), 1028.

Gonzaga, Frederic. See Mantua, duke of.

Gonzaga, Hercules, brother of Frederic. See Mantua, cardinal of.

Goodale (Goodalle, Godealle), —, 133.

-, Richard, a servant of Lisle's, 95, 946, 950–1.

Goodman, —, 946.

Goodrich (Gooderick), Thos. See Ely, bp. of.

Goodyere, Fras., g. 914 (38).

Gor, Morice, 510 ii.

Gorthopp. See Corthop.

Gorton, Ric., B.D., 97.

Goryng, Sir Will., sheriff of Surrey and Sussex (1535–6), g. 914 (22).

Gostwick or Gostwyk, John, treasurer of First Fruits, 43, 47, 65, 66, 85, 90 (p. 26), 99, 106, 125, 151, 154, 165, 184, 203, 220, 229, 252, 272, 279, 301, 341, 360, 415, 451, 470, 513, 522, 534, 558, 647, 693, 792, 836, 990:–g. 914 (5).

-, -, letters from, 43, 65, 85, 125, 151, 165, 184, 203, 252, 279, 301, 341, 451.

-, -, letter to, 647.

-, -, his brother-in-law, 252.

-, -, his place in London, 66.

-, -, his sister, 252.

-, -, his wife, 65.

Gostwick (Gostwik), —, 1083.

-, Edward, 217.

-, Will., g. 914 (5).

Gottorp, letter dated at, 831.

Gough, John, 1032.

Goulet or Goulette. See Goletta.

Gowring, Jane, 1075.

Gracchi, the, example of, cited, 198 (p. 63).

Grafton, Humph., 653.

Grain. See Corn.

-, proclamation concerning, 894.

Grammont (Gramont), — baron de, bro ther of Castelnau bp. of Tarbes, 594 (p. 197).

Grand Master of France. See Mont morency, A. de.

Grantham, Linc., 179, 611, 740.

-, the alderman of. See Patynson, Wm.

-, Grey Friars of, 179.

-, -, vice-warden of, 179 (2).

-, -, warden of. See Hopkyns, Ric.

-, free school of, 179 (3 x.), 611, 740.

Granvelle, Nic. Perrenot, sieur de, of the Emperor's Council, 18, 326, 435, 449, 595–6 (see notes), 602 (p. 203), 674, 733, 862, 912, 964 (p. 324), 965, 975, 988.

-, -, letter from, 449.

-, -, letters to, 18, 435, 595, 733, 862, 965, 988.

Grassano, Richiardo (Ric. Gresham?), 175.

Grave, Charles de, 982.

Gravelines (Gravelinges), letter dated at, 624.

Graver, Walter, letter from, 1107.

Gravesend, Kent, 691, 830.

Gray, John, 1136.

-, Lionel or Lyell, 371.

-, -, signature of, 371 (3).

Gray. See also Grey.

Graynfeld. See Grenville.

Greece, 981 (p. 330).

Green or Grene, John, 122, 830:—App. 12.

-, Sir Thos., 66, 413–14 ("Sir Thos.")

-, Will., 842:—App. 12.

Green Castle, in Ireland, 515.

Greenwich, 481, 566, 1036:–App. 18 (6).

-, letters dated at, 187, 193.

Greenwich, the Order of. See Observants.

Greffyn, John, g. 914 (12).

Grefton (Greston in vol. iv.), Matthew, registrar to the bp. of London, 863.

Gregory VII., Pope (Hildebrand), 730.

Gregory, Robt., 653.

Gremson. See Grymson.

Grenacre, Philip, queen Katharine's apothe cary, 983, 1037.

-, -, letter from, 1037.

Grendall. See Grindall.

Greue. See Green.

Grenefelde. See Grenville.

Grenehill, And., dec., g. 729 (2).

Greneway, bailiff of, 481.

Grenville (Graynfeld, Greynfeld), Sir Ric., marshal of Calais, 72, 209–10, 525, 623, 700, 737, 820, 968.

-, -, letters from, 72, 210, 525.

-, -, his brother, 210.

Grenville, Grenefelde, Graynfyld, &c.:—

-, —, 410.

-, —, serjeant-at-arms, 441.

-, Mr., of Buckinghamshire, 350.

-, Degory, letters from, 631, 833, 851.

-, -, his brother, 631.

-, John, brother of Sir Ric., 209–10. 700, 820, 897.

-, -, letter from, 209, 700, 820.

Grenway, —, 969.

Gresford, Denb., letters dated at, 511, 607–8.

Gresham, John, 343, 374, 413:–g. 914 (5).

-, letters from, 343, 374.

-, Ric., 175 (? Grassano), 184, 220, 275, 279, 301:—g. 914 (5).

-, -, his servant, 220.

-, Thos., clk., g. 214 (5).

-, Will., g. 914 (5).

Gresley, Geo., g. 914 (22).

Greston. See Grefton.

Gretton in Winchcomb, 1145.

Grevyle, John, g. 914 (22).

Grey (Gray), Lord Leonard, uncle of Lord Thomas FitzGerald, chief marshal of the army in Ireland, 98, 147, 173–4, 197, 217–19, 308, 331, 357, 377, 388, 434 (p. 141), 447, 498 (2), 513, 514 (p. 169), 525, 556, 570, 594 (p. 197), 681, 700, 731, 732 (p. 250), 866, 1027, 1031, 1052.

-, -, letters from, 98, 388.

-, -, letter to, 174.

Grey, Thos., g. 914 (22).

-, Wm., 1087.

Grey Friars, provincial of. See Call, Dr.

Greynfeld. See Greuville.

Griffith (Gruffith) ap Howell, James, 319, 498.

Griffith, —, murderer, 465.

-, (Gryffyth), —, vicar general of Rochester, 69.

-, (Gruffith), Hugh ap., 510 ii.:—g. 236 (2).

Grindall (Grendall, Gryndall), Yorks., 1070 (4).

-, prebendary of. See Balderton, Chr.

Groote, John de, 711.

Growte, John, g. 729 (3).

Gruffith. See Griffith.

Gryffyth. See Griffith.

Grymley, Thos., 653.

Grymson or Gremson, John, 478 (pp. 156 ter, 157).

Gryn. See Grin.

Guasto (Gasto). Alfonzo d'Avalos, mar quis del, 602.

Gueldres (Geldres), duchy of, 298, 1018 (p. 348).

Gueldres, Charles duke of, 38, 298, 526, 836, 961, 984, 994, 1001 (2):—App. 7.

-, -, letter from, 38.

-, -, his man, 836.

-, -, his secretary in France, 526.

Guienne, in Frauce, 1036 (p. 357).

Guildford, Surr., 620, 682.

Guildford Manor, letter dated at, 50.

Guildford (Guldeford), Lady, 234 (p. 78).

-, (Guldeforde), Sir Edward, dec., App. 6.

-, (Gyldford), Jane, letter from, 289.

Guillaume, Millord de. See Howard, lord Wm.

Guimolton. See Kimbolton.

Guisborough (Gysborow), priory, Yorks., 1173.

Guisley (Guysley), Yorks., 1070 (4).

Guisnes (Gysnes), 26, 192, 255, 400, 416, 716, 817:–App. 15, 18:–g. 236 (3).

-, bailly of, 416.

-, captain or lieutenant of, 192 (2), 416. See Sandes, lord.

-, deputy of, 9.

Guldeford. See Guildford.

Guldenstern, Eric, admiral of Denmark, 246, 286, 290 (2), 323.

Gulielmi in Corona, Cornelius, 711.

Gunson. See Gonson.

Gurone (Bertinus), messenger, 492, 658 (p. 222), 1024.

Guston, near Dover, 717.

Guttyn, David ap, clk., g. 1063 (1).

Guysley. See Guisley.

Gwalter, Howell ap, 140.

Gwent, Ric., D.D., dean of Arches, 25, 52 (2), 549, 690, 1071, 1091.

-, -, letters from, 25, 549, 690.

Gwerthronyon, commote of, in Wales, 140

Gyfford. See Gifford.

Gyggs, Thos., letter from, 291.

Gylbard, —, 875.

-, -, his master (Wallop?), 875.

Gylham, Arnaut, 951.

-, Ric, vicar of Great Malvern, letter from, 913.

Gylis, Robt., 1155.

Gysborow. See Guisborough.

Gysnes. See Guisnes.



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