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'Index: S, T, U, V', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 9: August-December 1535 (1886), pp. 474-486. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75694 Date accessed: 31 July 2014.


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S.T.U.V.

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S ...., — of Rutland, g. 914 (22).

S ....., Sir Will., of Cheshire, g. 914 (22).

S, castle of, 1082; i.e., Simonburn (q.v.)

Sa, Michael de la, queen Katharine's physician, a Spaniard, 356 (p. 120), 964 (p. 323), 973, 970, 983, 1036 (pp. 356, 358), 1037, 1050.

-, -, letter to, 973.

Sabridgeford, letter dated at, 334.

Sackfford, Will., letter from, 113.

Sackville (Sakvyle), John, g. 914 (22).

Sacrament (Communion), the, 230, 435, 681, 1001, 1013. See also Eucharist.

Sacramentaries, the sect of, 903.

Sacrilege, 429.

Sadler, Ralph, Cromwell's servant (afterwards Secretary of State), 65, 125, 160, 466, 632 ("Mr. Ralph"), 799, 839, 905:—g. 914 (5).

-, -, letter to, 466.

-, -, his handwriting, 839.

-, -, his wife, 466.

Sadler (Saddiller), Wm., 637.

Sadolet (Sadoletto). James, afterwards cardinal, 867, 1028.

Saffran, in Africa, 602 (p. 204).

Sagthon, letter dated, 99.

St. Albans, Herts, 466, 651, 661, 1155.

-, abbot of, 661, 1155.

-, -, petition from the prior, &c. of, 1155.

St. Albon. See St. Aubyn.

St. Andrew, Mons. de, 521.

St. Andrews, in Scotland, castle of, 538.

-, abpric. of, 537.

St. Andrews, abp. of. See Betoun, Jas.

St. Asaph, bp. of, 254. (The see was really vacant at this time by the death of Dr. Standish.)

St. Asaph, Henry Standish, bp. of (died 1535), 32, 34, 35, 511, 607, 771.

-, -, his will, 32.

-, bpric. and dioc. of, 254, 511, 607:—g. 1063 (16).

St. Aubyn (Saynt Albon), —, lady Lisle's nephew, 583.

-, (Seyntabyn), Thos., g. 914 (22).

St. Bees abbey, Cumb., 1173 ii.

St. Benet's abbey. See under Hulme.

St. Blancey, M. de, 965.

St. Briaca, Cornw., g. 914 (23)

St. Brythewme, 1173 (p. 400).

St. David's (St. Davyes), 560, 1098.

-, chancellor of. See Stradlyng, Wm.

-, chanter of, 369.

St. David's, Ric. Rawlins, bp. of, 369, 560, 1091.

St. David's, diocese of, 806, 1091.

St. Denys. See under Southampton.

St. Faiths. See Horsham.

St. George, Order of, 7.

St. Jacob's hospital. See under Thanington.

St. Jaille, Didier de, prior of Toulouse, Grand master of St. John (Nov. 1535), 910, 920.

St. John, the Archbishop, 1173 (p. 400).

Saint John (Johns), —, serjeant, 463.

-, (Saint John), Mr., 803.

St. John of Jerusalem, Order of (Religion of Rhodes), 123, 602.

-, -, grand master of. See Pont, Perin del (died 1535); also St. Jaille, Didier de (1535).

-, -, grand prior in England (lord of St. John's). See Weston, Sir Wm.

St. Leger (Sonteleger, Sentleger), Anthony, afterwards deputy of Ireland, 142, 192, 713.

-, -, letters from, 192, 713.

St. Leger (Selenger), —, 90 (p. 26).

-, (Seyntleger), lady Anne, 1156.

-, Anth., of Ulcome, g. 236 (3).

-, Arthur, prior of Leeds, 713.

St. Low (Seyntlaw, Saintlau), Sir John, 117, 197, 217, 234 (p. 78), 331, 513, 626, 628, 731.

-, -, letter from, 197.

-, -, servants of, 513.

-, (Sentlow), Wm., 98, 147.

St. Malo, in France, letter dated at, 190.

-, letter from the justices of, 190.

St. Martin (St. Asoph's dioe.), vicarage of, 244.

St. Martin, Linc. church of, 611.

-, vicar of. SeeWebster, Thos.

St. Martyne, Nic., letter to, 437.

St. Mary Overy's. See underLondon.

St. Omer, letter dated at, 982.

St. Oswald's monastery, Yorks., 1070 (4), 1173 (p. 400).

St. Osyth's (Osys), 83, 122, 307 (2), 614. 1157.

St. Pierre, island near Sardinia, 602.

St. Swithuns. See underWinchester.

St. Thomas, in Flanders, g. 914 (10).

St. Thomas à Becket, 868, 964 (p. 323).

St. Urbain (Urbano), near Joiuvillc, letter dated at, 325.

St. Walric, Berks, g. 914 (34).

St. Wynwalld, 1173 (p. 400).

St. Yolfryde, 1173 (p. 400).

Saints, prayers to, 1001.

Sake, John, 1059.

Sakvyle. See Sackville.

Salcot, alias Capon, John, bp. of Bangor (1534–9), abbot of Hyde, afterwards bp. of Salisbury, 254, 724.

Salisbury (Sarum), 134, 284, 458, 467, 571, 642, 842.

-, letters and documents dated at, 473, 560, 568, 579:—g. 729 (11, 12, 13, 14), 914 (8).

-, St. Nicholas Hospital, 24 ii., 121.

-, Vaux (Vause) College (the scolers Devanse), 320, 1103.

-, -, master of. See Dudley, Ric.

Salisbury, bp. or. See Shaxton, Nic.

Salisbury, Margaret Plantagenet countess of, mother of Reginald Pole, 512.

-, -, her place in London. See London, Dowgate.

Salisbury (Salysbury), Johu, 197, 234 (p. 78).

-, -, letter from, 197.

Salkyn, Beatrix, 1105.

Salley. See Sawley.

Salmon, 266.

Salop, sheriff of, g. 914 (22). See also Nedam, Robt.

Salop, archd. of. See Sparcheford, Ric.

Salt, Tower of the, in Africa, 602 (p. 203).

Salte, Ric., 392.

Salter, Thos., Carthusian, 284.

Saluzzo, Francis marquis of, 937.

Salvago, Arrigo, 175–6.

-, -, letter from, 176.

Salviati, John cardinal, 526.

Sampson, Dr. Ric., dean of the Chapel Royal, 143, 848.

-, -, his oration, 848.

Sampson, Adam, 1059.

Sanderson, Wm., 183.

Sandes (Sandys), Wm. lord, chamberlain of the Household, lieutenant of Guisnes, 255, 416, 476, 525, 570, 663, 870.

-, -, letter from, 663, 870.

Sandes, Margery lady, wife of the preceding, 656, 663, 870.

-, -, letter from, 656.

Sandewyche. See Sandwich.

Sandingfield, in Picardy, g. 914 (11)

Sandro, Bernardino, letters from, 127, 512, 659, 819, 1028.

Sandwich (Sandewyche), Kent, 110 (p. 32), 243, 353, 799, 830.

Sandwich (Sandwyche), Walter, 830.

Sandyngfield. See under Calais.

San Sebastian, in Spain, 33.

Santa Croce, in Italy, 512.

Santa Cruz (Crux, Croix), Francis Quionones cardinal of, 1001, 1007.

Sapwell. See Sopewell.

Saragossa, 602.

Sardinia, 33, 602, 981, 1021.

-, viceroy of, 602 (p. 203).

-, island there (taken by Barbarossa?), 1021.

Sarno, count of, 602 (p. 203).

Sarogusa or Syracuse, in Sicily, 981 (p. 330).

Sarum. See Salisbury.

Sarysbury, John prior of Horsham, 549, 865.

-, -, letter from, 865.

Saunder (Sawnder), Ant., curate of Winchcomb, letter from, 747.

-, Wm., g. 914 (20).

Saundeson, Wm., 791.

Savage, Sir John, dec., g. 914 (13).

-, Ric., 1053.

Savell, Sir Henry, 463.

-, (Sayvell), Henry, 463 (2 ii.)

-, Thos., 463 (2 ii.)

Saveuzes, Jenne de. See Riou, Madame de.

Savoy, 567, 906 (p. 304).

Savoy, Charles III. duke of, 512.

-, -, his daughter, 827.

-, -, his son Lewis. See Piedmont, prince of.

Savoy chapel. See under London.

Sawley or Salley abbey, Yorks., 1173 (p. 400).

Sawnder. See Saunder.

Saxe Lauenburg, Magnus I. duke of, 824.

-, -, his wife Katharine, sister of Chr. abp. of Bremen, 824.

-, -, his daughter Dorothy. See Christiern III., wife of.

Saxony, duciiy of, 594 (p. 199), 917.

-, -, governor of, 390.

-, -, landvoight of. See Metsehen, Haus.

Saxony, George drke or (Albertinian line), 18, 153 (p. 45), 177, 543 (p. 180), 825, 1001.

Saxony (Sax, Saxe, Saxonne), John-Frederic elector-duke of (Ernestian line,) 18, 58, 213, 222, 294, 355, 363, 389–90, 443, 468, 498 (3), 503, 526, 543, 545 (? "the Prince"), 594 (p. 197). 629, 733, 773, 825, 834, 903, 906 (p. 304), 911, 928–30, 953, 979, 984, 1008, 1014–18, 1016, (p. 346 n.), 1030.

-, -, letters from, 363, 390, 468, 834, 928, 1008.

-, -, letters to, 355 ii., 389, 825.

-, -, address to, 903.

-, -, his castle, 543.

-, -, his chancellor, 979.

-, -, his council, 594 (p. 197).

-, -, envoy from, 594 (p. 197), 733.

-, -, French embassy to, 355.

-, -, his father, 390.

-, -, his wife, daughter of the duke of Cleves, 1018.

Saxony, John-Ernest duke of, brother of the Elector, 1015.

Say, Mr., 895.

Saygrave, Eleanor, 996.

Saymer. See Seymour.

Sayre, John, dec., g. 914 (27).

-, John, son of the preceding, g. 914 (27).

Sayvell. See Savell.

Scarborough (Scarborough), Yorks., 1070 (4).

Scepuse, John Zapolsky count, waywode of Transylvania, claimant of the crown of Hungary (called King John of Hungary), 202, 293.

-, -, his wife, Eliz. of Poland, 293 n

Schaffe. See Shaugh.

Scheppey, farm belonging to Ely monastery, 754.

Scherburn, See Shcrburn.

Schidmore. See Scudamore.

Schneeberge in Germany, letter dated at, 928.

Schokborough, Humph., letter from, 46.

Schypystun, Nic, 653.

Scogan, to play, 182 (p. 86).

Scorebrough See Scarborough.

Scot, Walter, of Branxholm, 88 (2).

Scotland and the Scots, 88, 178, 229, 295, 337, 498, 514, 644, 730 n., 752, 853, 906 (p. 304), 993, 1021, 1078.

Scotland, Marches of ("the Borders"), 844, 949, 1078.

-, East Marches, I.

-, Middle Marches, I.

-, Parliament of, 672 n, 675.

-, late war with, 752.

Scots, in Ireland, 515.

Scottish friar, the. See Maydwell, John.

Scotus. See Duns Scotus.

Scrobe (near Halifax?), 464.

Scrope (Scrowpe), Mr., 231.

Scryven, Thos., of Calais, g. 1063 (3).

Scudamore or Skydmore, Joan, prioress elect of Acornbury, 1164.

-, (Schidmore), John, 99, 212, 348, 428:—g. 236 (16), 914 (22).

-, -, -, letter from, 428.

-, -, -, letters to, 212, 348.

-, Ric., 232.

Secretary, The King's. See Cromwell, Thos.

See, Mr., 705.

Seemer. See Seymour.

Seimper, Mrs., 697.

Seland. See Zealand.

Selarer, — —, (the cellarer), 859–60.

-, -, his wife, 860.

Selby (Selbie), Yorks., abbey of, 704 ii., 742, 1173 (p. 400).

Selby, Gerard, 1078.

-, Percival, 1078.

Selenger. See St. Leger.

Seler, Thos., 362.

-, -, Thomasine his harlot, 362.

Selling, Kent, 1105.

Semist. See Smith.

Semley, Wilts, 271.

Sempringham, Linc.. prior of, general visitor of Gilbertines, 457.

Senensis. See Sienna.

Senocke, Dr., 1066.

Sent. See Saint.

Serjeants, fees of, 234 (p. 78).

Serta. See Biserta.

Seuard. See Seward.

Seurre (Sora, Suer), in France, letters dated at, 919, 941, 947, 969–70, 980, 1000 (p. 338), 1012.

-, an official of, 1021 (? "Surre")

Severn (Syverne), the River, 140, 166, 169, 510 ii.

Sewall, John, 1060.

Seward (Seuard), Ric., 1138, 1141–2.

-, -, letter to, 1141.

Sewers, 308, 859, 946.

Sexten, Edm., sewer of the Chamber, mayor of Limerick, 613.

Seymour (Seymer, Saymer, Saymour), Sir Edward, afterwards earl of Hertford, duke of Somerset and protector, 234, 571, 620, 642–3, 682, 767, 850, 859–60, 897, 946, 950.

Seymour (Seemer), Mr., 1138.

-, Edmund, 234 (p. 78).

-, Sir Henry, 478.

-, (Seymer), Robert, 62, 195.

-, -, letter from, 62.

Seyntabyn. See St. Aubyn.

Seyntleger. See St. Leger.

Sforza. Francis Maria, duke of Milan (q. v.).

Shadoxhurst (Shadocksherst), Kent, 1026.

Shaftesbury, letter dated at 555.

-, nunnery, 228.

-, -, abbess of, 228.

Shafto (Shaftowe), Alex, 1, 371.

-, (Shaftoo), Cuthbert, 1078.

Shalford, Surrey, 620.

Shanckton bailey of 697.

Shardelowes manor, Suff., g. 1063 (7)

Sharpe, John, 436.

-, Thos., 408.

Shaugh (Schaffe), Devon 1147 (p. 392).

Shawe, Berks, 476.

Shaxton, Nic, S.T.P., bp. of Salisbury (1535), Queen's almoner, 203, 272, 320, 765.

Sheen. See Shene.

Sheffield, 475.

-, letters dated at, 282, 760.

-, castle of, 282.

-, park of, 760.

Shefford, Beds, 1167.

Shelbred. See Shulbred.

Shell, John, 637.

-, Robt., 637.

Shelley, — ("young Shelley"), 103.

Shelton, lady Anne, wife of Sir John, aunt of Anne Boleyn, gouvernante of the princess Mary, 566 (p. 188), 594 (p. 198), 681, 873.

Shelton, Sir John, g. 1063 (5).

Shelwick (Shellwike, Shelwyk), near Hereford, 245, 334

Shelyngton or Shylyngton, friar John, 179.

Shene (Sheen) Charterhouse, 50.

Shepard, Thos., 408.

Shepton, 478.

Sherborne (Shirborne), letter dated at, 436.

Sherborne (Sherburn) abbey, Dors., abbot of, 256.

Sherburn (Shireborne, Scherburn) hospital, beside Durham, 401.

Sherford, letter dated at, 194.

Sheriff Roll or bill of Sheriffs (1535–6), 725 ii., 836:—g. 914 (22).

Sherle, Thos., 334.

Sherrington (Sheryngton, Shiriugton), Bucks, 117, 349, 453–4, 471, 569.

-, parson of. See Robertson,—.

Shether, Rob., B. T., g. 914 (29).

Shetland, 1049.

Sheysby, Ric, 84.

Shipman, Wm., letter from, 189.

Ships, named;—

L'Aigle, 602 (p. 203).

Anne Orwell, 417.

Captain, the Emperor's galley, 602.

Christopher, 1020.

Harry Grace Dieu, 467, 594 (p. 199).

Katharine, of Bristol, 866, 1031.

Maudiyn, 246.

Minion (Menynon, Mcnnen), "mistress of England," 246, 323, 418, 434 (not named), 566 (p. 189), 567.

La Pierre, 711, 749.

Sampson, 291.

Saviour, 1025.

Sweepstake, 391.

Ships (not named), 81, 217, 246, 324, 330, 434–5, 459, 465, 490, 512 (p. 168), 526, 594 (p. 199), 602, 634, 649, 665, 691, 700, 711, 920, 1047.

Ships, arrested at Bordeaux, 714, 848, 861 (p. 289):—App. 8, 9.

-, for Bordeaux, 260, 418.

-, taken by the Danes and Swedes, 177, 246, 285, 290–1, 323, 417–18, 434, 594 (pp. 196, 199), 732 (p. 250), 776, 831, 861 (p. 289), 1019 iii. (6):—App. 5.

-, of Dantzic, 246, 323.

-, for Denmark, 287, 356, 434.

-, of the Easterlings, 594 (p. 196), 732 (p. 250).

-, for France, 287.

-, from Ieeland, 234 (p. 78).

-, 14 taken by the Lubeckers, 566 (p. 189).

-, sent to Marcus Meyer, 277. See also The Minion, above.

-, of the Steelyard, Lombards, Spaniard-, Genoese, &c, 597 (2).

Shirborne or Shireborne. See Sherburn.

Shirington. See Sherrington.

Shirwod Forest, 1070 (5).

Shitlington, Nthld., 371 (2).

Shorton, Robt., S.T.P., dean of Stoke College, Suff., and master of St. John's College at Cambridge, 30, 92, 632, 640, 652, 801:—g. 1063 (15).

-, -, letter from, 92.

-, -, his prebend in York. See Fridaythorpe.

-, -, his benefice in Durham, 632.

Short robe, men of the, 725.

Shrewsbury, 780.

Shrewsbury, George Talbot, earl of, Lord Steward of the Household, 28, 90 (p. 26), 282, 475, 760.

-, -, letters from, 282, 760.

-, -, letter to, 475.

Shulbred (Sheldebrode, Shelbred) priory, Sussex, 533.

-, letter dated at, 533.

-, prior of, 478, 533.

Shurlande or Shyrland, Wm., 217–18.

Shurton. See Shorton.

Shuyfft. See Swift.

Shylston, Eliz., 1156.

-, Lady, 1156.

-, Robert, 1156.

Shylyngton. See Shelyngton.

Shyrland or Shurland, Wm., 217–19.

Sibilla, referred to, 981.

Sicily (Sicill), 202, 249, 376, 449, 512, 526, 546, 594, (198–9), 602 (pp. 202, 204), 658–9, 819, 927, 981, 1028.

-, parliament of, 602 (p. 204).

-, viceroy of, 490, 602 (p. 204).

-, See Gonzaga, Fernando de.

Sienna, in Italy, 827.

Sienna, Cardinal of (Senensis), papal legate to the Emperor, 981 (p. 330).

Signory, the. See Venice.

Silks, custom of, 725 ii.

Sillson, farm called, 1102 ii.

Simonburn castle (castle of S.), Nthld., 1082.

Simonetta (Simoneta), James, cardinal, 249, 268 ("deputies"), 269 ("three cardinals"), 648 (?), 658 (p. 222).

Sion, Middx., letters dated at, 954, 986.

-, sexton of, 954.

-, charterhouse of, 954, 986.

-, -, confessor of, 954, 986.

-, nuns of, 954, 986.

-, lady abbess of, 954, 986.

Sion, the father of. See Reynolds, Ric.

Siponta, bp. of (Sipontino). See Monte, F. M. da.

Sittingbourne, Kent, 830.

Skarlett, Edw., 9.

Skeffington (Skevyngton), Sir Wm., deputy of Ireland, 90 (p. 26), 116, 147, 149, 164, 173, 229, 232, 331, 347, 358 (p. 121), 515, 556, 573, 626, 628, 731, 836, 1051.

-, -, letters from, 116, 173, 626.

-, -, letters to, 573, 731.

-, -, his clerk, 514.

Skeffington, Leonard, 513.

Skell (Skelle, Skel), Adrian, his pardon, 9, 850, 897, 924, 950, 997, 1032:—g. 1063 (3).

Skerne, Augustine, 502, 951.

-, -, letter from, 502.

-, Mrs., 998, 1033.

Skevyngton. See Skeffington.

Skippe, John, Queen's almoner (1535), commendatory of Wigmore (afterwards bp. of Hereford), 765, 986.

Skipton (Skypton), in Craven, 371, 791.

-, letter dated at, 949.

-, castle of, 791.

Skragges, Mr., 194.

Skremerston, D'ham,. 1.

Skrymsher, Thos., g. 914 (12).

Skudamore. See Scudamore.

Skydmore. See Scudamore.

Skynner, Wm., 179 (3 viii.)

Skypton. See Skipton.

Skyrcot (Skircoat, near Halifax), 464.

Skyrydon, Devon, 479.

Slapton, Ntht., 697.

Sleddall, Wm., 427.

Sleighton, Ric, 391.

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

Smalcalde, in Saxony, letters dated at, 979, 1008, 1013, 1016.

-, diet at, 544, 979, 984, 994, 1001, 1014–19.

-, -, Danish embassy to. See Suavenius and Rantzow.

-, -, English embassy to. See Fox, Barnes, and Heath.

-, -, French. See Langcy.

Smalcalde, League of (see also German princes), 984, 994, 1001, 1014–19.

Smet, Henry. See Smith.

Smith or Smyth, —, 1042.

-, Mr. (either John or Leonard), 991.

-, Agnes, nun of Sion, 986.

-, Geoffrey, 1059.

-, John, auditor, Queen's surveyor, brother of Leonard, 45, 111 (2, See notes), 156, 264, 767, 859–60, 946, 1083.

-, -, letter from, 156, 264.

-, John, canon of St. Paul's, prby. of Harlesden, 992:—App. 12.

-, -, letter from, 992.

-, John, remembrancer of the Exchequer, 854.

-, (Smytt, Semist), John, lady Lisle's servant, 87 (See notes), 95, 679, 768.

-, (? Smet), Henry, 1085.

-, John, sometime under-almoner (in 1520), (See vol. iii., p. 245,) 99.

-, John, mason, 637.

-, John. See also Smytt, John.

-, Leonard, brother of John, sheriff of Middlesex (1535–6), 571, 767, 850, 859–60, 898, 946, 1032.

-, -, letter from, 946.

-, Margery, 1121.

-, Robt., 1020.

-, Thos., mayor of Chester, 794.

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

-, Walter, letter from, 194.

-, -, his brother, 194.

-, -, his wife's daughter, 194.

-, Wm., 637, 883.

Smoke pence, 725.

Snaith (Snathe), Yorks., 704 ii.

Soberton (Sybberton, Subberton), Hants, 209, 362, 448, 462, 467, 700, 859–60, 946.

Soham, Camb., letter dated at, 761.

Soke Tenys, 1142.

Solicitor-General (Mr. Solicitor). See Rich, Ric.

Solmes, Thos., letter from, 1157.

Solubriensis, suffragan bp. of. See Chard, Thos.

Solyman, II., the Grand Turk, 39, 58, 113, 123, 178, 206, 526, 594 (p. 197), 595, 601, 658 (p. 221), 737, 827, 867, 904 (p. 303), 906, 910, 920, 927, 983, 1012, 1029.

-, -, his son, 920.

Solymau, Thos. See Soulemont, Thos.

Sombourn (Souborne) deanery, Hants, 1070 (2).

Somer, Frances, 1075.

Somersetshire, 234 (p. 78), 498, 655, 876:—g. 729 (17).

-, sheriffwick of, 655.

-, and Dorset, sheriff of, g. 914 (22). See also Dawtry, Fras. (1535–6).

Sonteleger. See St. Leger.

Soole, Edw., letter from, 1158.

Sopewell (Sapwell) nunnery, Herts, 661.

Sopham. See Swaffham.

Sopiii (Sophia), or Shah, of Persia, 206, 526, 737, 983, 1029.

Sora, in France. See Seurre.

"Sorcierc, la," 567.

Sorrell, Wm., 1121.

Sotheran, Roland, 637.

Souborne. See Sombourn.

Souche. See Zouche.

Soulemont (Sullyman, Solyman). Thos., the King's French secretary, 217, 219, 234 (p. 78), 845.

-, -, letter to, 845.

Sound (Sunt), the (entrance to the Baltic), 177, 246, 277, 291, 323.

Southalyngton, Deven, 479.

Southampton (Hampton), 59, 458, 460, 467, 609, 850, 1070 (2), 1100.

-, letters dated at, 91, 367, 380, 525, 527, 532, 535, 925:— g. 729 (5, 10, 19).

-, chantry at, 91.

-, St. Denys priory, prior of, 380.

-, St. George's chapel in the Castle, g. 914 (7).

-, port of, g. 914 (7).

Southampton, deauery of, 1070 (2).

South Brent, Somers., 136.

South Cave, prebend in York, 30–1.

Southolt (Sowtholte), Suff., 1020 ii.

Southwark, Surr., 307:—g. 729 (23).

-, St. Mary Overey's, 4, 50, 444, 811.

-, -, prior of, 366, 811.

-, -, parsonage farmed by Sir M. Browne from. See Betchworth, Surrey.

-, St. Thomas' Hospital (the Spital) in, 4, 444.

Southwell, Notts, 704 ii.. 933, 1005, 1070 (4, 5).

-, vicars choral of, 1070 (4).

-, St. Mary's prebend, 704 ii.

-, a prebend in (Mr. Byrton's), 933.

-, college of, 1070 (5).

Southwell, Richard, 721, 816 ii. (5), 1042.

-, -, letters to, 721, 1042.

Southwick, Hants, 128.

-, prior of, 380.

Sowthesexe. See Sussex.

Sowtholte. See Southolt.

Spain and the Spaniards, 337, 435, 514, 526 ii, 566, 597 (2), 658 (p. 222), 733, 920, 1088:—g. 914 (9).

-, infanta of. See Mary.

-, prince of. See Philip.

Spalatinus, G., the reformer, 294, 363.

-, -, letter to, 294.

Spaniards in London, 330.

Spanish jennets, 526.

Spanish merchant, 794.

Spanish noblemen, 526 ii.

Spanish physician at Venice, 1011.

Spanish soldier, 602, 658 (pp. 220, 222).

Sparcheford, Ric, archd. of Salop, 245, 334.

-, -, letter from, 334.

Sparre, Ric, 1114. See also Spery.

Spayne, John van, 830.

Specialties, 234.

Speke, Thos., letter from, 968.

Spelman, Sir John, justice of K. B., 37.

Sperke, Andrew, letter from, 520.

Spert, Sir Thos., master of the King's ships, 199, 229, 232.

Spery, Ric, letter from, 830. See also Sparre.

Spicer (Spiser), Wm., 315, 1147.

Spires, council at, 838 (p. 282), 961 (p. 323).

Spiritualty, assessment of the, 4 (p. 2), 50.

Spiser. See Spicer.

Sproice. See Prussia.

Sprowston, Norf., 726.

Sprus or Spruse. See Prussia.

Sprynge, John, g. 914 (22).

Spurwey, Thos., 479–80.

-, -, his account, 479.

Squennis, George, 624.

Staber. See Stauber.

Strabranke, John, App. 12.

Stafford, gaol of, 183 (p.58).

Stafford, Henry lord, g. 914 (12).

Statfordshird, 282, 354.

-, sheriff of, g. 914 (22). See also Chetwyn, Wm. (1535–6).

-, spiritualties in, 354.

-, under sheriff of, 183.

Stainton, Yorks, g. 914 (27).

Stamford, Linc., 179 (3 ix.), 1107.

-, letter dated at, 611.

-, church of, 611.

-, St. Martin's church near, 611.

Stampa, count Maximilian, 1028.

Standish, Henry. See St. Asaph, bp. of.

Standish (Standyshe), alex., 771.

-, Will., 32, 34.

Stanesby, Yorks., g. 914 (27).

Stanfelde, Jas., 463 (2 ii.)

Stanford, Roger, 653.

Stanley abbey, Wilts, 139, 160, 622.

-, abbot of, 139, 622.

Stanley, Mr., 584.

-, Dr., 740.

Staulow, Chesh., 1173 ii.

Stannage, the lordship of, 429.

Stannaries or tin works, 479 (See Errata), 480.

Stantou (Staynton), Nthld., 1078.

Stanton (Staunton), 408.

Stanton Lacy, 408.

-, John Brome, vicar of, 408, 510 ii.

-, Heyton in, 408.

Stanton (Staunton), Barry, 697.

Stanton, Wm., 1020.

Stanwey, Glouc., letter dated at, 170.

Stanyngfyld. See Calais, Sandingfield.

Stapleton, —, attorney, letter to, 895.

Star (Sterre) Chamber, the, 876, 902.

Starkey, Dr. Thomas, chaplain to lady Salisbury, afterwards to the King, 702, 1160.

-, -, letters to, 101–4, 127, 292, 512, 648, 659, 673, 687, 819, 867, 917, 927, 981, 1011, 1028–9, 1034, 1159.

-, -, essay on preaching by, 1160.

-, -, his handwriting, 1160.

Statham or Stathom, Nich., 478, 1158.

Stauber (Staber), Lawrence, 213 (5), 581, 836.

-, -, letter from, 581.

Staunton. See Stanton.

Stavert, John, 637.

Staverton, Wm., 1158.

-, Kath., 1158.

Staynings, Walter, 234 (p. 78).

Staynton. See Stainton and Stanton.

Stebbing, Essex, 757.

Stebenheth. See Stepney.

Steelyard, or Hanse merchants, company of the, 597 (2).

Steelyard, the, at Dantzig, 113.

Stenston, 410.

Stephen, king, 1173 ii.

Stephen, John, 1147 (p. 392).

Stephenheth. See Stepney.

Stephney (Stepneth, Stephenheth, Stebenheth), Midd., 65, 66, 105–6, 119, 125, 172, 220, 662.

-, -, letters dated at, 615, 977.

-, constable of, 220.

-, rector of. See Layton, Dr. Flic.

-, vicar of. See Heynes, Simon.

Sterre. See Star.

Stevynache, Ric., 1155.

Steward, Mr., of Cromwell's household, 66.

Steward, Austin, 308, 865.

Stirling (Strivelling), letters dated at, 75–9, 537, 739, 915–16, 960, 993, 1043–6, 1048.

Stockfish (Stokfysshe), Mr., 830 (p. 279).

Stockfyshe, Robt., letter from, 562.

Stockport, Chesh., 234.

Stogumber (Stokegummer), Somers., 120.

Stoke-by-Clare, Suff., college of, 92, 632.

-, -, letter dated at, 92.

-, -, dean of. See Shorton, Robert.

Stokegummer (now Stogumber), Somers., 120.

Stoker, John, letter to, 1143.

Stokes, Henry, 938.

Stokesley, John, bp. or London, 517, 526 iv., 861, 986, 992, 1059, 1115, 1150.

-, -, letter to, 517.

Stokfysshe. See Stockfish.

Stonarde, John, 478 (bis).

Stone, Kent, g. 236 (8).

-, Staff., 183.

Stoner, John, g. 504 (5).

Stonore, Oxon, 536.

-, letters dated at, 317, 393, 519, 864.

Stonore, Edmund, 317.

-, Sir Walter, letters from, 317, 393, 519, 864.

Storton. See Stourton.

Stoudley. See Studley.

Stourbridge fair. See underCambridge.

Stourton (Sturton) Edward, lord, 884.

Stourton (Storton), —, 850.

Stowell, —, 796.

Stowforth, Robt., 851.

Stradlyng, Robert, bastard, 67, 126, 354, 465, 510 ii.

-, -, confession of, 465.

-, Wm., chancellor of St. David's, 369, 560, 1098.

-, -, signature of, 1098.

Stralsund, in Germany, 922.

Strangways (Strangwige), Sir Giles, 708.

-, -, sister of (married Ryvell), 708.

Strasburg, 540 (4), 773.

Stratford at Bow, 358.

Straunge, Sir Thos., 865.

Stravye, Bridget, 1075.

Streate, Wm.:—App. 12.

Strete, Edw., 408.

-, Ric., priest, surveyor to bp. Rowland Lee, 392, 712.

-, -, letter from, 392.

Stretham, Edm., 1168.

Striveling. See Stirling.

Strozzi, Philip, 526.

Struttes tenement in Hartest, Suff., 520.

Studley (Stoudley), Oxon, letter dated at, 457.

Sturbridge fair. See under Cambridge.

Sturbryge, Thos., 653.

Sturgese, Mr., 1042.

Sturmeus or Sturmius, —, a German, 544, 765.

Sturton. See Stourton.

Stydolff, John, 798.

-, Thos., 798.

Stypkyn, Thos., letter to, 246.

Sewenius, Peter, ambassador from Christiern iii. to the Diet of Smalkald, 285–6, 482, 1013, 1018:—App. 5.

-, -, letter to, 482.

Subberton. See Soberton.

Sabsidy, Tenth, &c., 41, 90, 308, 456, 575, 646, 720, 725, (p. 244), 754, 1073.

Succession, Act of, 251, 615 (2), 616, 626, 646, 849, 963, 986.

Succession, Act of, in Ireland, 90, 575.

Suclyng, Wm., 1020.

Sudbury, Thos., cellarer of Worcester, 304, 609–10, 639, 653–4, 764.

-, -, letters from, 304, 654, 764.

Sudeley park, Glouc., 170.

Suer. See Seurre.

Suffolk, 550, 1084.

Suffolk and Norfolk, sheriff of, g. 914 (22).

See Hubberd, Walter (1535–6).

Suffolk cheese, 597.

Suffolk (Suffeack), Charles Brandon duke of, 21, 178, 217, 301, 341, 386, 437, 720, 833 (p. 280), 862, 942, 1036 (p. 358), 1111, 1168:— g. 1063 (5–7).

-, -, letters from, 386, 437.

-, -, letter to, 21.

-, -, his receiver, 720.

-, -, his son Henry (born 1535), 217, 386.

(Suggewas)mill, near Hereford, 428.

Sullyman. See Soulemont.

Sulyard. (Sylyard), Mr., 1121.

-, Wm., 1020.

Sunt, the See Sound, the.

Sepremacy, Royal, 100, 135, 167, 200, 306, 321, 424, 491, 615–16, 638, 652, 666, 692, 704, 789–90, 846, 986, 1064–7, 1145, 1150.

Supremacy, Act of, in Ireland, 90, 575.

Surre See Senrre in France.

Surrey, 4, 50, 450, 478.

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

Sussex (Sowthesexe), 500, 938, 1066. See also Surrey and Sussex.

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

Sutton, —, 53.

-, John, 459.

Suyees. See Swis.

Swaffham (Sopham), Bulbeck, Camb., nunnery of, 708.

-, -, prioress of, 708.

Swayneland, —, searcher, 691.

Swaynsoune or FitzSwayn, Sir Adam, 1173 (p. 400).

Sweden (Swevenlande), and the Swedes (Swethens), 246, 291, 356, 566 (p. 189), 594 (p. 196), 831.

Sweden (Swethen), Gustavus Vasa, king of, 58, 113, 290–1, 417, 434, 776, 861 (p. 289).

Swethens, i.e. Swedes. See Sweden.

Swevenlande. See Sweden.

Swift (Swyfte, Shuyfft), —, Lisle's servant, 266, 1032–3.

-, (Swyfte), Ric., 131, 137, 229.

Swillington, Mr., 1169.

-, -, his house, 1169.

-, George, 985.

Swinburne or Swynburn, Roger, 371 (4).

-, Wm., 1078.

Swinfield Commaudry, near Dover, master of, 1105.

Swiss (Suyces), the., 812 ii. 838, 906 (p. 304).

Sworder, —, 673.

Sworland, George, 1059.

Swyllington. See Swillington.

Swynburne. See Swinburne.

Swynnoo, Gilbert, of Northumberland, 1078.

Sybberton. See Soberton.

Sybley, Edw., 1155.

Sydynham letter dated at, 554.

Syllney, Jas., parson of Chilcomb, 1171.

Sylvester, Pope, noticed, 839.

Sylyard. See Sulyard.

Symond, Peter, g. 729 (9).

Symonds, Simon, prb. of Hansacre, canon of Windsor, 121.

-, (Symons), William, 121, 478 (p. 157), 1100, 1126.

-, -, letter from, 121.

Symson, John, 791 iii.

Synewes, John, App. 12.

Syracuse or Sarogusa, in Sieily, 981 (p. 330).

Syria, 123, 1029.

Syverne. See Severn.

T.

Taelman, Mark, 749.

Tailor. See Taylor.

Talbot, Sir Gilbert, 890, 1058.

-, John, letter from, 347.

-, Thos., 144.

Talmages or Talmyties, manor, in Gazeley Suff., g. 1063 (7).

Tame. See Thame.

Tame, Sir Edm., letter from, 305.

Tanner, Henry, 697.

Tarbes, bp. of. See Castelnau, Ant. de.

Tarrant (Tarrent, Tarent), Dors., monastery of St. Mary, 622:—g. 236 (6).

-, -, Edith, abbess of, g. 236 (6).

Tasshe. See Teshe.

Taunton, 234, 479 (misprint for Tiverton, q.v.)

-, prior of, 234.

Tauris, or Taurus, in Persia, 123, 206, 526.

Tavistock, Devon, letter dated at, 851.

Tayler, John, D.D., Master of the Rolls (died 1534), 478.

Taylor, Tailor, Taylour, Tayllour, Taylar, &c., George, the Queen's receiver, 402, 477.

-, -, letter from, 402.

-, -, account of, 477.

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

-, Nic., 315.

-, Wm., 878.

Tehidy, 410.

Teme, the river, 510 ii.

Tempest, Sir Ric., 37, 150, 196, 404, 463.

-, -, letters from, 196, 463.

-, -, his sons, 463.

Tenam. See Teynham.

Tenby (Tynby), in Wales, mayor of, 1091.

Tennand, Quentigern, 81, 1047 (See notes).

Tenterden, alias Moyse, John, prior of Bilsington, 816 ii. (5), sig.

Tenths, 13, 310, 712, 790, 792, 1065.

-, treasurer of First Fruits and Tenths.

See Gostwick, John.

Teoxbury. See Tewkesbury.

Terrington, Norf., 507.

Tertullian, reference to, 29.

Teshe (Tasshe), Tristram, registrar of York, the Abp.'s farmer, 37, 49, 63, 86, 618, 703, 727.

-, -, letters from, 86, 618.

Tewkesbury (Teoxbury, Tukesbery), Glouc., 68, 119, 646, 653.

-, -, letter dated at, 677.

-, abbey of, 3:— (date) g. 504 (11).

-, -, John abbot of, letter from, 677.

Tey, father, 448.

Teynham (Tenam), Kent, 627.

Thacker (Thakker, Thaker), Thos., Cromwell's servant, 65, 66, 93, 106, 115, 125, 131, 259, 339–40, 413–14, 478, 522.

-, -, letters from, 66, 93, 106, 131, 340, 414.

Thakker. See Thacker.

Thame (Tame) abbey, Oxon, 457.

-, abbot of, 611.

Thames, the, 260.

Thanet, Isle of, 110 (p. 32).

Thanington beside Canterbury, St. Jacob's hospital at, 880, 1026.

-, -, supervisor of. See Dunston, John.

Thedam, Wm., 1020.

Thedilthorpe Linc., g. 1063 (6).

Theology, 230.

Thieves, 140, 144.

Thirlby (Thyrleby), Dr. Thos., afterwards bp. of Westminster, 119.

Tholes (Tooles, Toylles), the, Irish family, 147, 331, 515.

Tholozse. See Toulouse.

Thomas, Lewis, 307.

Thomond (Twomone), i.e., co. Clare in Ireland, prince of. See O'Brien, Conoher.

Thompson, John. See Tomson.

-, (Thomson), Ric., 830.

Thorall, Wm., 717.

Thorendon or Thorindon, Dr., warden of the manors of Christchurch, Canterbury, 550, 686, 828.

Thorn. See Thorne.

Thornbury (Thornebery), Glouc., 124, 163, 169, 203, 823, 1083.

-, letters dated at, 114–15, 149, 157:—g. 236 (15).

Thorne, Hugh, g. 1063 (3).

-, Nic., 163, 1025.

-, -, letter from, 1025.

Thorneton, Leonard, 199, 229, 232.

-, Robert, 1078.

Thornbyll, Will., g. 914 (22).

Thornton (Thorneton), Yorks., 1070 (4).

Thorpe, Norf., bp. of Norwich's wood at, 821.

Thorpe, Yorks. See also Bishopsthorpe.

-, letters dated at, 49, 158, 933.

Throgmorton (Throkmarton), Sir George, 488, 1077.

-, -, letter from, 488.

-, -, his brother Englefield. See Englefield, Sir Thos.

-, -, his wife, 488.

-, (Throgmerton), Michael, 102.

Thruxton, Hants, 570.

Thunes. See Tunis.

Thunysium regnum. See Tunis.

Thuringia (Turinge), in Germany, letter dated in, 540, 1030.

Thursthorpe or Thansthorpe, Linc., See Trusthorpe

Thwaites (Twhaytes), —, 142.

-, —, Gardiner's servant, 1010.

Thwates, Wm., parson of Londesborough, 791.

Thymbylby, Sir John, g. 914 (22).

Thynne, Jo., 697.

Thyrleby. See Thirlby.

Tichefeld. See Titchfield.

Tilly, Pierre, 1061.

Tiltey abbey, Essex, John Palmer, abbot of, 816 ii. (6) sig.

-, surrender of, 816 ii. (6).

Tin, 555.

Tin works. See Stannaries.

Tirrell. See Tyrrell.

Titchfield (Tichefeld), Hants, 467:— App. 14.

-, letters dated at, 585–6.

Tiverton, Devon, 479. (See Errata.)

Toddington (Todyngton), Glouc., 1163.

Tolossenses. See under Toulouse.

Tomson (Tompson, Thompson), John, master of the Maison Dieu at Dover, 142, 353, 399, 534, 717, 734, 756, 799, 885.

-, -, letters from, 399, 885.

Tomyow, Ric., letters from, 132–3, 415.

Tong, —, 951.

Tongham, Wm. van, 830.

Tonlieu of Zealand, 749.

Tonys. See Tunis.

Tooles, the. See Tholes.

Topcliff (Toplif), Yorks., letters dated at, 641, 752, 778, 895.

Topseley or Topsley. See Tupsley.

Torgau, in Saxony, 825.

Torke. See Turk.

Tornay. See Tournay.

Torner. See Turner.

Totness (Totton), Devon, 479.

Totton. See Totness.

Touchet (Tychet, Tushett), Thos., of Calais, 93, 440, 624.

Toulouse (Tholozse), university of (Tolossenses), 198 (p. 64), 238.

-, St. John's, prior of. See St. Jaille, Didier de.

Toulouse Woad, g. 236 (11).

Tournay (Turney, Tornay), Henry, of Calais, 561, 688, 759, 787.

Tournon (Tornou), Francis de, abp. of Bourges and cardinal, 295, 696, 1006–7.

-, -, letter to, 1007.

Tovy or Tovye, —, his ship, 563.

-, John, letter from, 1162.

Towars, Thos., 1147.

Towell, Fras., 274.

Tower of the Salt, in Africa, 602 (p. 203).

Tower of the Waters, in Africa, 602 (p. 203).

Towneshend, Robert, 678.

Towris, Ric., letter from, 467.

Towysland manor, Hunts, g. 914 (5).

Toylles. See Tholes.

Tracy, Ric., letter from, 170.

-, Will., 170.

-, Will., of Toddington, his will, 1163.

Trani (Trany), cardinal of, dean of consistory, 1007 (p. 343).

Transubstantiation, 1001.

Trapani (Drapane, Trapana, Trepana), in Sicily, 526 ii., 602 (p. 204), 665.

Trapezuntius, works of, 615 (2).

Trapps, Andrew, 353.

-, (Trappes) Robt., goldsmith, 217.

Trausy, Barnard, a Breton, 560.

Treason and treasonable words, 74, 84, 97, 791, 846, 864.

Treasons, declaration of, 90, 575.

Treasurer of the household. See Fitzwilliam, Sir Wm.

Trebarfott Cornw., 1172.

Trebrith, in Denbigh, g. 914 (14).

Trefriwe in Carnarvon, g. 914 (14).

Tregonwell, (Tregunwell, Tregonel), John, LL.D., 351, 375, 457, 493, 763, 790, 795, 908, 1126.

-, -, letters from, 351, 457, 795.

Trent, the river, 1005.

Trepana. See Trapani.

Tresham, Wm., commissary of Oxford, 234 (p. 78), 445.

-, -, letter from, 445.

Tresham, Mr., 933.

-, Sir Thos., g. 729 (22).

Trethynneck juxta Wylton, 479.

Tretyre, Heref., g. 504 (3).

Treusbutt, lord Walter, 1173 (p. 400).

Trewghet Nthld., 1078.

Trim, in Ireland, 515.

-, earldom of, 1079.

Trimletiston, John Barnewell Lord, chancellor of Ireland (1534–38), 147, 331, 974.

Trimley, Suff., letter dated at, 23.

Tripoli (Trypoll), in Africa, 910.

Trivulcis (Trivulcio, Trivolce), Augustine, cardinal, 299 (p. 102), 1007 (p. 348).

Trombet, Anthony, works of, 615 (2).

Trotter, Hugh, customer of Bridgewater, 1131.

Troyes, Jean de Dinteville, Bailly or, French ambassador (1535), 148 (See Notes and Errata), 205, 221, 258, 308, 325 (gentleman sent to England), 356, 420, 434, 443, 469 ("the bailly"), 505, 547, 548, 565 (See Notes), 566, 594 (pp. 197–9), 595, 676, 718, 873, 1038:—App. 7:—g. 729 (1).

-, -, letters to, 205, 566.

Trusthorpe (Thursthorpe), Linc., g. 1063 (6).

Trypoll. See Tripoli.

Tryse, Ric., 946.

Tubbe, John, 480.

Tufton, Nich., g. 914 (22).

Tuke (Tywke), Sir Brian, treasurer of the Chamber, 4, 27, 50, 199, 220, 229, 232, 234, (p. 78), 498 (3), 862, (p. 290), 898.

-, -, letter from, 27.

-, -, his clerks, 27.

Tukesbery. See Tewkesbury.

Tunis (Thunes, Tonys, Thunysium regnum), 33, 82, 123, 127, 143, 175, 178, 287, 326, 338, 356, 376, 459, 512, 526, 594 (p. 197), 595–6, 602, 665, 674, 964, 981.

-, the king of, Muley Alhazen, "the Moorish king," 127, 338, 376, 459, 602, 733, 920, 1036 (p. 357).

-, Emperor's expedition to. See under Charles V.

Tunstall, Cuthbert, bp. of Durham, 632.

Tunstall, Sir Marmaduke, 144, 427.

Tupp, Mand, 1121.

Tupsley (Topseley, Topsley), near Hereford, 245, 334.

Turberville (Turbill), Chr., 126, 465.

-, -, his uncle Matthew, 126.

Turinge. See Thuringia.

Turke, Ric., 1158.

Turks, the, 33, 82, 84, 123, 459, 601, 961, 981 (p. 330), 1028–9, 1072.

Turner or Torner, —, 403.

-, —, auditor, 793.

-, Kath., letter from, 1161.

-, Miles, 1161.

-, Peter, 1161.

Turney. See Tournay.

Turnyngton, —, friar of Sion, 986.

Tushett. See Touchet.

Tweed (Twed), the river, 1078.

Twesell, Thos., 1109 (2).

Twhaytes. See Thwaites.

Twining (Twynnynge), Gloue., 1109 (2).

-, letter dated at, 646.

Twissill, Mr., 132.

Twomone. See Thomond.

Twynnyng. See Twining.

Tychefeld. See Titchfield.

Tychet. See Touchet.

Tydd St. Giles, Camb., 507.

Tye, Ric., 830.

Tyldisley, Wm., 426.

Tyll, Ric., g. 914 (17).

Tylly, Piers, a Breton, 560.

Tynbalke, Barnard, g. 236 (9.)

Tynby. See Tenby.

Tyndale (Tyndall), Wm., the Translator of the New Testament, 182, 275, 498, 1138n, 1163.

Tyndale or Tyndall, Gervase, 179 (3 x.), 611, 740.

-, -, letter from, 740.

Tynedale, Nthld., 371, 1078.

Tynemouth (Tynmouth), Nthld., prior of, 478, 1078.

Tynten, Cornw., 480.

Tyny, John, Cromwell's servant, 131, 137.

Tyrigetis, letter dated "ex Tyrigetis," 911.

Tyrrell or Tirrell, Mr., 485.

-, John, g. 914 (22).

Tytley, Randall, letter from, 431.

Tywke. See Tuke.

U.

Ugden, John, 353.

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

Ughtred, lady, her lands, 234.

Ugley, Essex, 520.

Ulcome (Ulcombe, Kent ?), g. 236 (3).

Ulm (Ulma), in Germany, 281, 1018 (p. 348).

Ulster, earldom of, 1079.

Umberleigh (Womberlezch, Ombarly, Womberley, Humberley), in Atherington parish, Devon, 643, 833, 892, 946, 968, 1033.

-, letters dated at, 362, 410–11.

-, poaching in the park of (hunters), 410, 898, 951.

-, -, weir at. See Weirs, destruction of.

Umpton, —, 156.

Underhyll, Mr., 168.

-, Dr., 1138.

Underwoode, Wm., 478.

Urbino, Francisco-Maria da Ruvere, Duke of, 658 (p. 221).

Uriel (Uryell), in Ireland (now co. Louth), 731.

Urmeston (Armyston), Clement, 495.

Uryell. See Uriel.

Usk, the river, 510 ii.

Ustwayte, Rob., g. 914 (2).

Usury, 725 ii.

Utrecht, Bpric, of, native of, g. 729 (23).

Uvedale, —, 172.

-, (Owedall), Thos., 467, 643:—const. of Winchester castle (1535), g. 729 (14). See also Wodal.

Uxbridge, Middx., 549, 954.

Uxley or Uxon, serjeant William, clerk of the Ordnance, 199, 229, 232. See also Huxley.

V.

Vachan, Will, jun., g. 236 (1).

Vaghan. See Vaughan.

Valentyn, Mr., letter to, 830.

Vale Royal, Chesh., letter dated at, 35.

-, abbey of, 622:—g. 914 (6).

Valle Crucis, abbey of, 244.

-, -, abbot of, 244.

-, -, a monk of, 244.

-, -, prior of, 244.

Vallis Virtutis, Hugh abbot of, 80.

Valor Ecclesiasticus, the ("King's books," books of "spiritual possessions," commission, &c.), 161, 254, 354, 450, 487–8, 496, 618, 662, 695, 699, 703, 726, 754, 1070, 1073, 1089, 1153:—App. 10–13.

Vandamo. See Vendôme.

Vannes, Peter, Latin secretary, 532.

Vanvardyn, Hans. See Werden, Hans van,

Varbaro. See Warberg.

Vase, Mich., g. 504 (16).

Vauchop, R. (qu. Robert Wauchop, afterwards papal abp. of Armagh ?), letter from, 94.

Vaughan (Vaghan, Vawghan), Stephen, 47, 151, 154, 220, 229, 232, 259, 275, 330, 339, 346, 365, 372, 413, 418, 498, 522.

-, -, letters from, 47, 154, 275, 330, 346, 365.

-, -, his brother's wife, 275.

-, -, his wife, 330.

Vaughan (Vaghan), —, servant to Thos. Culpeper, 612.

-, D'd., 510 ii.

-, Hugh, commissary of the bp. of London, 1136.

-, Dr. John, 35, 244, 511, 608, 806, 1164.

-, -, letters from, 244, 511, 608, 806, 1164.

-, Sir John, 391.

Vaux, John Joachim de Passano, sieur de, former French ambassador in England, 110.

-, -, chapel at Dover built by, 110.

Vaux (Vawx), Sir Thomas, Lord Vaux of Harrowden, 697, 698, 1148:—g. 729 (22.)

-, -, accounts of, 697.

-, -, his wife, 697, 1148.

-, -, Mrs. Mawde his daughter, 697.

Vaux or Vause college. See under Salisbury.

Vawghan. See Vaughan.

Vawx. See Vaux.

Veere (Vere), Odulph lord of, letter to, 79, 916.

Vely, Claude Dodieu, sieur de, French ambassador with the Emperor, 459 (p. 150), 602 (pp. 202, 204), 665, 674.

Vendome (Vandamo), Charles of Bourbon duke of, 548, 644, 675, 853.

-, -, his eldest daughter. See Mary of Bourbon.

Vendome, Madame de, 295.

Venetian merchants in England, 965, 1165.

-, petition of, 1165.

Venetian embassy to Charles V., 981 (p. 330).

Venice and the Venetians (Veneti), the Signory or Republic, 198, 327, 903, 965, 981 (p, 330), 987 (p. 334), 1029.

-, French ambassador at, 512, 1034.

-, French ambassador expected at, 1028.

Venice, town of, 202, 526, 737, 988.

-, letters dated at, 104, 127, 129, 327, 432, 512, 648, 659, 673, 819, 927, 1011, 1028–9, 1034.

-, news from, 526.

-, Charity, the ferry of, 512.

-, Compagnia della Calza at, 512.

-, house of Foscari in, 659.

-, St. Barnabas ferry, 659.

-, St. Boldo, 659.

-, St. Mark's, 512.

-, -, tower of, 512.

-, St. Stephen's church, 1011.

-, St. Thomas' ferry, 512.

Vere. See Veere.

Vergerius (Verger), Peter Paul, papal legate to Germany, 543, 805, 834, 903, 929, 1016, 1018, 1029.

-, -, speech of, 903.

Vergowse, Arnold, g. 729 (23).

Verney, Mr., 1154.

Vernon, John, 510, 793 (p. 268), 841.

-, Margaret, prioress of Little Marlow, letter from, 1166.

Verona, 512.

Verona, bp. of, 127, 512.

Vervins, Jacques de Coucy sieur de, captain of Boulogne, letters from, 396, 649.

Vesci (Vessey), lord (temp. Stephen), 1173 (p. 400).

-, lord Eustace, 1173 (p. 400).

Vesque, Pierre le, 324.

Vessey. See Vesci.

Veysie, Hugh, vicar choral of Wells, 823.

Victory, See Vittoria.

Viellevile, Sir Rowland, g. 1063 (11).

Vienna, letter dated at, 267.

Vignory, near Chaumont, in France, letter dated at, 397.

Villicutre, in France, 299 (p. 102).

Vincent, —, 1076.

-, John, 1076 n.

Vincestra. See Winchester.

Vine (Vyne), the, Lord Sandes' place in Hampshire, Hampshire, 619, 639.

-, letters dated at, 639, 656, 663, 870.

Visitation (Royal) of Monasteries, injunctions, &c., 5, 6, 63, 138–9, 159, 167–8, 204, 215, 228, 253, 256, 265, 280, 288–9, 296, 350–1, 375, 394, 423–6, 434 (p. 141), 452, 457, 472, 487, 497–8, 509, 530, 533–4, 607, 621–2, 630, 632, 651, 668–9, 685, 693, 707–8, 724, 736, 758, 773, 781, 784, 790, 806, 808, 822, 832, 840, 843, 849, 856, 865–6, 873 (p. 294), 879, 1005, 1074–6, 1080, 1087, 1123, 1132, 1157, 1170.

-, chief visitor. See Cromwell, Thomas.

-, -, his commissaries or deputies (Legh, Layton, Tregonwell, &c.), 5, 6, 394, 425, 534, 873 (p. 294).

Visitation, proposed general, of clergy, 517, 569, 603–4, 652, 699.

Vittoria (Victory), in Spain, 33.

Vivaldi (Vyvald), Antonio de, 175–6, 478, 589, 594 (p. 199 ? "a merchant").

-, -, letter from, 176.

Voluzenus, Florentius, letters from, 395, 867.

Vowchurch (Vouchurch), Heref., g. 504 (2).

Vowell, Will., 100, 109, 136.

-, -, letters from, 100, 136.

-, Ric., prior of Walsingham, 678, 1084.

-, -, letter from, 678.

Vulcania, one of the Lipari Islands, 981 (p. 330).

Vy. See Vi.

Vymar. See Weimar.



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