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'Index: A', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 12 Part 2: June-December 1537 (1891), pp. 495-504. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75729 Date accessed: 15 September 2014.


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Numbers without a letter prefixed refer to the ordinary text of the Calendar; and one or more numbers with "g." prefixed refer to the Grants. All numbers refer to the entries, except where "p." or "pp." is prefixed.

A. Anth., II. g. 1150 (11).

Aaste. See Asti.

Abarmeby, Thos., II. g. 617 (13).

Abarow, John, I. g. 1330 (36).

Abberagh. See Abererch.

Abbeville (Abville), I. 460, 760, 1123, 1261; II. 228, 808, 1040.

-, letters dated at, I. 117–20, 284, 363, 375, 486–7, 598–9, 672–4, 834, 955, 962, 1042, 1204; II. 731, 930, 961.

Abbeys, plucking down of. See Suppression.

Abbotsley, Hunts, II. g. 1311 (20).

Abbotts, Wm., King's servant, I. 808.

Abek. See Beck.

Abell, Dr. Thomas, chaplain to Katharine of Arragon, I. 542; II. 181.

-, letter from, I. 542.

Abell (Abel), Robt., prior of Colne Comitis, I. g. 191 (53).

-, Wm., I. 19.

Aberdeen, in Scotland, I. 1237.

Aberdeen, William Stewart, Bishop of, treasurer of Scotland, I. 952, 1094; II. App. 19.

Abererch (Eberererighe, Abberagh), Carnarvonsh., II. g. 1311 (22).

Abergavenny (Burgeyney, Bergenny), Monm., I. 30:—g. 539 (2).

Abergele and Abergeley, Denb., I. g. 1103 (37).

Aberton, Suss., II. g. 1311 (34).

Abingdon (Habynton) Abbey, Berks., II. 1122 ii.

-, letters dated at, I. 167, 1208.

-, Thos. Pentecost alias Rowland, abbot of, I. 167, 246, 1208; II. 534 (2), 1241, 1252.

-, -, letters from, I. 167, 1208.

-, -, letter to, I. 246.

-, stewardship of, I. 246.

Abingdon (Avyngton), Richard, mayor of Bristol, I. 1147; II. 596, 606, 694, 716.

-, -, letters from, II. 606, 694, 716.

-, Ric., II. g. 191 (58).

Ablyngton alias Arlyngton, Wilts., II. g. 1008 (19).

Abney, Derb., I. g. 1008 (9).

Abram, Mrs., Cromwell's niece, II. 1049.

Absentees from Ireland, II. 1288 ii., 1310 ii. (9).

Abshot, Hants., II. g. 1311 (40).

Abthorpe, Ntht. See Apethorpe.

Acaster (Akecaster), Yorks., College of, II. 161.

Acconner. See O'Connor.

Account, fragment of an, I. 805.

Achurche. See Thorpe Achurche.

Acklam (Acklom), Yorks., I. 730 (2).

Ackworth lordship, Yorks., II. 186 (4).

Acle, Norf., I. g. 1330 (26).

Aclom (Acclome Akelome Aclam), Wm., of Moresby or Morebye, I. 6 (p. 7), 176, 201 (p. 89), 392 (p. 191), 536, 1022, 1087 (p. 501), 1163; II. App. 16, 17.

-, letter from, II. App. 17.

-, evidence against, I. 1087 (p. 501).

-, examination of, I. 536.

-, his wife, I. 1163.

Aclond, Robert, I. 662.

Acomb (Akome), near York, I. 392 (p. 191).

AConer. See O'Connor.

Acowre, Jas., I. g. 1103 (37).

Acres, John, I. g. 1330 (34); II. g. 191 (17).

Acrod, Edw., I. 1175.

Acton, Mr., I. 110, 1165; II. 166, 1044, 1259.

-, Robt., I. g. 539 (3); II. 587 (2), 1044:—g. 411 (5).

Adam, Hamonde, alias Stephenson, I. 129.

Adams (Adames), ——, II. g. 1311 (20).

-, Hen., II. g. 411 (1).

Adare, co. Limerick, II. 698, 943, 1097, 1288 (p. 451), 1310 i. (4).

Adcette, Glouc., I. g. 795 (42).

Addington, ——, his wife, II. 576.

Addison (Adeson, Adenson, Addyson), Dr., I. 935, 1158; II. 9, 268.

-, (Adeson), Isabel, I. 1214 (2).

A Deane. See Dcane.

Adellseys. See Haddlesey.

Aderolde, Wm., II. 1101 (2).

Adeyne or Deyne, Robt., II. 815, 912.

Admiral, lord. See Fitzwilliam, Sir William.

Admiral [of Flanders]. See Beures, A. sieur de.

Admiral [of France]. See Brion, Ph. Sieur de.

Admiralty, the, II. 136, 301.

Adney (in Edgemond), Salop, II. g. 411 (13).

Adrianople (Andronopoli), in Turkey, I. 1144 (? Grannoble); II. 129, 1127.

Adryan, Cornelius, I. g. 311 (16).

Adys, John, II. 1306.

Aeez. See Aix.

Aemson Jois, of the Council of Flanders, I. 364, 1220.

Æpinus, John, letters to, I. 733 (2); II. 433.

Aeyre. See Aire.

Agard ——, Cromwell's servant, II. 1280.

-, (Agar, Ager), Thos., I. 1027. II. 382, 762, 1302, 1310, i. (3), ii. (6).

-, -, letters from, II. 762, 1302.

Ager (Agere), Ant., II. 668, 752.

Aghton. See Aughton.

Agincourt (Azincourt, Dazincourt), Madame d', daughter of Madame de Bours, I. 117, 284, 375, 460, 955.

-, Mademoiselle d', I. 119–20, 673, 1042, 1204.

-, (Dazincourt), Mons. d', I. 117, 460.

Aglionby (Aglabe), Dr., a Black Friar, I. 1234.

-, (Aglanby, Eglanby, Aigloby), Edw., of Carlisle, I. 18, 687 (p. 301), 1015, 1259; II. 249 (3 ii., 6), 250 (1 ii.).

-, -, letter from, I. 1015.

-, -, signature of, I. 1259 (1, 4).

Agmondesham, Bucks., II. g. 1150 (32).

Agoo, co. Dublin, II. 1310 i. (4).

Agremonde. See Egremont.

Aguilar, Juan Fernandez Manrique, marquis of, Imperial ambassador at Rome, I. 368, 551, 1116, 1141, 1231; II. 18, 212–13, 701, 1203.

-, -, letter from, II. 1116.

-, -, letters to, II. 18, 701, 1203.

Aigloby. See Aglionby.

Ainstey, the district round York, I. 6 (p. 5), 136, 306, 392 (pp. 188, 191); II. 22.

Aire (Aeyre, Ayrye, Airye, Eyre, Eerye,) in Artois, I. 187, 471, 961, 1005; II. 38, 93 (2), 287, 307, 309, 319, 372, 391.

-, letters dated at, I. 404, 515, 624, 813, 1071–2, 1197; II. 54.

-, letter to the mayor, &c., II. 391.

Aisheton. See Ashton.

Aix (Aeez), in Provence, I. 1329.

Akecaster. See Acaster.

Akelome. See Aclom.

Akome. See Acomb.

Alan, Roger, I. 43.

Alanbe, Wm., I. 1259 (3).

Alba, in Piedmont, II. 656.

Alba Landa or Whytlande, abbey, in S. Wales, I. g. 1105 (6).

-, Wm. Vayne abbot of, I. g. 1105 (6).

Alba Landa, Nthld. See Blanchland.

Albania and the Albanians, II. 320, 509 (2).

Alba Notley. See Notley Alba.

Albany, John Stuart duke of (died 1536) I. 556 (p. 260), 804; II. 181, 1040.

Albeney, Thos., II. 1124.

Alborowe. See Aldborough.

Albourn, Suss., II. g. 1311 (34).

Albourne, Linc. (qu. Auborn?), II. g. 1008 (9).

Albrighton, Salop, II. g. 411 (13).

Alburgh (Aldebergh), Norf., II. g. 1311 (24).

Albury (Albery), Surr., II. g. 1311 (17).

Alcester (Allyncestre), Warw., abbey (cell) of, I. 620.

Alcock (Alcok), ——, customer of Sandwich, II. 1296.

-, -, his widow, II. 1296.

-, Nich, barber surgeon, II. 110.

Alconbury, Hunts., II. g. 1311 (20).

Aldborough (Alborowe), Suff., I. 1289; II. 88 (2), 248 (p. 104).

Aldborough, Ric., II. g. 1311 (10).

Aldebergh. See Alburgh.

Aldeby priory, Norf., I. 521.

Aldenham, Herts., II. g. 191 (28).

Alderborne (Midd.?), II. g. 1311 (22 p. 470).

Alderbury alias Aldebury, Essex, II. 1027.

Alderley, Chesh., I. g. 311 (9).

Alderney (Alreney), one of the Channel Islands, II. g. 191 (46).

Aldersey, Jankyn, II. 58 (p. 21).

Alderson, ——, I. 775.

Alderton. See Allerton.

Alderton or Erle Alderton, Suff., II. 246.

Alderyngham. See Aldringham.

Aldewyn, Nic., I. 1150.

Aldford (Audford), Chesh., I. g. 311 (9).

Aldham or Aldenham, Essex, II. 665 (2).

-, parson of, II. 665 (2).

Aldridge, (Aldred, Aldrich), Robert, registrar of the Order of the Garter, provost of Eton, almoner to Queen Jane, Bishop of Carlisle (Aug., 1537), I. 229; II. 201, 229, 235, 283, 401–2, 465, 521, 848, 851, 911 ii., 970, 1060 (pp. 372–4):—g. 617 (3, 9), 796 (2).

-, -, letters from, II. 521, 848, 970.

-, -, grant of arms to, I. 228.

-, -, signature of, II. 401.

Aldridge or Aldryche, Gregory, II. 13 (3).

-, Ric., I. g. 1104 (5).

Aldringham (Alderyngham), Suff., I. g. 1103 (11).

Aldynghame, II. 187 (4).

Alen (Aleyn Alleyn), John, master of the Rolls, clerk of the Council and of Parliament and Chancellor of the Exchequer, in Ireland, I. 357, 394–6, 405, 983, 1066, 1077; II. 146, 381–2, 507, 729 (4), 1194, 1302, 1308, 1310 i. (28), ii. (1 bis, 3).

-, -, letter from, II. 1308.

-, -, signature of, I. 394–5, 405, 983, 1066, 1077; II. 146, 507.

-, -, his "book" to the Commissioners; II. 729 (4), 1308.

-, -, handwriting of, II. 729 (2, 4).

Alen or Aleyn, ——, II. 80.

-, (Alyn, Alleyn), Parson, II. 181, 1122 (p. 393).

-, Hugh, I. 581, 581 n.

-, John, II. 1310 i. (2).

-, (Allan), Sir John, alderman of London, I. 179, 250, 734 (8); II. 1, 94, 689, 713, 756, 1326:—g. 1008 (31), 1150 (19).

-, -, letters from, I. 250; II. 94, 689, 713, 756.

-, -, letter to, I. 179.

-, (Alyn), John, I. 927, 941, 1316.

-, Ralph; II. 576.

-, (Allen), Ric., I. 1277 iii.

-, (Allyn), Robt., I. 70 viii.; II. 518 (2).

-, (Alleyn), Thos., II. g. 1008 (15).

-, Thos., clerk of the Hanaper in Ireland, II. 86, 1310 i. (49), ii. (1 bis.).

-, -, letter from, II. 86.

-, Wm., I. 589 (2).

Alençon, in France, letter dated at, II. 207.

Alenson, John, vicar of Scotherne, I. 702, 765 (1, 2), 768.

Aleppo, in Syria, II. 1127.

Alesius (or Alane), Alexander, the Scotch scholar, I. 790.

-, -, a book of, I. 790.

Alexander (Alysaunder), ——, Aske's servant, I. 853.

-, Thos., alias Holdyne, priest, II. 436.

Alexandria, in Egypt, I. 1190 (2); II. 484, 1122, 1127.

Alford, Linc., I. 581 ii., 649.

Alforde, Lancelot, II. g. 191 (4).

-, Thos., I. g. 1330 (15).

Alfreston, Essex, II. g. 1150 (10).

Alfriston, Suss., II. g. 1008 (3), 1311 (34).

Alfyngton (qu. Alphington, Devon?), I. 324.

Algar, John, I. g. 311 (2).

Alice (Alys), Mrs., I. 1040 (p. 477), 1133, 1188; II. 272.

-, -, her husband, II. 272.

Aliens, I. 1003; II. 1206. See also Denizations.

Alington Cobham (Kent?), II. 187 (6 ii.).

Alington, Sir Giles, II. 911 ii.:—g. 1150 (18).

Alison, ——, of Lincoln, I. 765.

-, (Alyson), Steph., II. 56.

Allan. See Alen.

Allart, Sire. See Ploumyer, Allart.

Allbrot, M. d' (i.e., of Arbroath). See Betoun, David.

Allen. See Alen.

Allerton (qu. Northallerton?), II. 189.

Allerton, Notts. See Ollerton.

Allerton, ——, I. 6 (p. 7).

Allertonshire (Aldertonshire), Yorks., I. 29 (2).

Alleswike. See Alswick.

Allet, Wm., II. 196.

Allington (Alyngton), Wilts., II. g. 617 (1).

Alloen, Anne, I. 106.

Allon or Alloyne. See Athlone.

Allyn. See Alen.

Allyncestre. See Alcester.

Almains. See German soldiers.

Almayn. See Germany.

Almeton, Notts, II. g. 1008 (9).

Almodington, near Earnley, Suss., II. g. 1008 (19).

Almshouses, I. 261 (p. 121).

Alne (Aunde), Yorks., I. 532, 1018.

Alne (Awne) Abbey, in Liege, I. 1293.

Alnwick (Aunwyke, Anwik, Anwyke, Awnewyke, Annyck), Nthld., I. 351, 467, 1090 (pp. 504–6, 508), 1092; II. 6, 918.

-, letter dated at, II. 936.

-, castle of, I. 930, 1091, 1315; II. 548, 874, 936, 1328.

-, abbey of, I. g. 311 (37); II. 548 (2).

-, -, Wm. Halton, abbot of, I. 1090 (p. 505):—g. 311 (37); II. 548 (1. p. 206, 2).

Alome. See Hallam.

Alone. See Athlone.

Alovisius. See Priolus, Aloysius.

Alowne. See Boranston cum Alowne.

Alphington, Devon, I. 324 (? Alfyngton).

Alps, the (the mountains), I. 556 (p. 259), 1107, 1179; II. 336, 832, 948, 957, 962 (the hills), 987, 1014, 1053.

Alred, T., I. 489, 693.

Alreney. See Alderney.

Alske. See Aske.

Alswick (Alleswike), Herts, II. 1027.

Altar, sacrament of the. See Sacraments.

Altwaynan, in Isaled, co. Denbigh, I. g. 1103 (37).

Alvaston (Alveston), Derb. I. g. 1105 (12).

Alversley, Hunts, II. g. 1311 (20).

Alverston (qu. Alvington, Glouc.?), I. g. 795 (16).

Alverys, Ant., a Portuguese, I. 800.

Alves, Peter, a Portuguese, I. 782.

Alveston. See Alvaston.

Alvingham (Allvyngham), Linc., I. 581 n.

Alvington (? Alverston, Alwington), Gloue., I. g. 795 (16).

Alwerton, Cornw., II. g. 191 (6, 8).

Alwey, John, II. 975 n.

Alyngton. See Athelington.

Alysaunder. See Alexander.

Alysbury, George, letters from, II. 437–8.

A'Maden. See O'Madden.

Amarton. See Hamerton.

Ambassadors in England, I. 1132, 1315; II. 192, 911.

French, II. 471 (See Notes), 625, 832, 940. See Castelnau, bp. of Tarbes; also Càstillon.

Imperial, I. 648, 1257; II. 625, 743, 759, 940, 1031, 1053 (p. 369), 1122 ii., 1143, 1249. See Chapuys, Eustace. See also Hurtado do Mendoza, Don Diego de (special envoy).

Imperial envoy, I. 88.

Scotch, I, 23; II. 291 (pp. 119–20). See Betoun, David.

Venetian secretary. See Zucato, Hieronimo; also Mauroceno, Hieronymo (consul).

Portuguese factor, II. 751.

Ambaston, Derb., I. g. 1105 (12).

Ambler (Amler, Omler, Oumbler), Wm., of Holderness, I. 201 (p. 90, 94), 370, 392 (p. 188–9).

Ambresbury or Ambrosbury. See Amesbury.

Ambrogio (Ambrosio, Ambrosius), Signor, (Ambrosius de Recalcatis), Papal secretary, prothonotary, letter from, I. 887 ii.

-, -, letters to, I. 34, 88, 124, 165, 249, 296, 326, 414, 463–4, 525, 563, 580, 643, 647, 664–5, 675, 681, 690, 705, 752, 907, 923, 931, 949, 996, 1006, 1134, 1222, 1243, 1303; II. 16, 124.

-, -, other references, I. 122 (pp. 58–9), 366 (4), 526, 544, 887, 1189, 1242, 1262; II. 71, 169, 176, 310, 510, 750, 791.

Ambrose, John, I. 581 n.

Ambrosetown, (Ambrowiston), in Ireland, II. 135.

Amechen, Nich., priest, I. 960.

Amesbury (Ambresbury, Ambrosbury) priory, Wilts., II. 1314:—g. 1311 (32).

-, prioress of, I. 868; II. 570.

Amiens (Amyas, Amyence), in France, I. 375, 443, 487, 580, 599, 600, 673, 802, 861, 908, 1053, 1107, 1179, 1261; II. 210, 615, 987.

-, letters dated at, I. 643, 647, 653, 664–5, 675, 681, 690, 705, 752, 760, 872, 907, 923, 931, 949, 987, 996, 1006, 1134, 1166, 1209; II. 481.

Amler. See Ambler.

Amonte. See Eamont.

Amougher. See O'More.

Amounderness. See Anderness.

Ampoll. See Hamphall.

Amport, Hants, parson of, I. 1097.

Ampthill (Amptell, Antell, Hamtell), Beds., I. 94, 150, 1201; II. 275, 389, 422, 427, 430 (1, 2), 439, 479, 514, 533, 638, 810, 875, 925, 983.

-, letters, etc., dated at, II. 485–6, 500, 810:—g. 617 (8, 9).

-, park of, I. 150.

Amyas. See Amiens.

Amyce, Rog., I. g. 539 (36).

Anabaptists, I. 804 (p. 357).

Ancaster (Ankester), Linc., I. 70 viii.

Ancona, in Italy, II. 484.

Ancre (Encre), in Picardy, letter dated, II. 644.

Anderness (Amounderness), Preston in. See Preston.

Anderson, Thos., priest, depositions of, I. 126.

Andre, Pier, of Aveiro in Portugal, II. 1057, 1183, 1199.

Andres. See Ardres.

Andreton, Maikin, I. 17 (2).

Andrews or Andrewes, Ric., II. g. 1150 (18).

-, Wm., I. 1063.

Andrewson, Ric., II. 150.

Andronopoli See Adrianople.

Andwarpe. See Antwerp.

Angedy mill, on the Wye, I. g. 795 (16).

Anglesey, I. 1155; II. 858.

Anglesey, archdeacon of. See Glynn, Dr. Wm.

-, archdeaconry of, I. 1154–5.

Ango, Jehan, vicomte de Dieppe, I. 538, 1051; II. 48, 211, 257.

-, -, letters from, I. 1051; II. 211, 257.

-, -, letter to, I. 538.

Angos, Robt., II. 21.

Angoulême, duke of. See Charles.

Angoulême, Madame d'. See Louisa of Savoy.

Angus (Anguyshe), Archibald Douglas, earl of, I. 399, 952; II. 243, 346, 422, 539, 650, 696, 712 (p. 256), 829, 929, 1079:—App. 10, 19.

Ankerwyke, near Colnbrook, Bucks., II. g. 1311 (22 p. 470).

-, priory (supp.) of, II. g. 1311 (22 p. 470).

Ankester. See Ancaster.

Ankquisyon. See Enkhuysen.

Anlesley. See Ansley.

Annaghrock, in Ireland, II. 1310i. (13).

Annan (Annand), in Scotland, I. 1015.

Annates, II. 952 (p. 333).

Anne, Lady. See Boleyn, Anne.

Annebaut (Annebau, Hanyball, Hennebault), Claude d', French general, I. 525; II. 327, 343, 372, 709.

Annes, Vidame d', II. 372.

Annesley, Notts., I. 316.

Annesley, Edw., II. 74.

Anneson or Annyngson, Robt., II. 44.

-, Wm., II. 44.

Annyck. See Alnwick.

Annyngson. See Anneson.

Annynyok, in Wales, I. g. 311 (46).

Ansell, Ric., II. 959.

Ansley (Anlesley), Warw., I. g. 1104 (3).

Ansley, ——, I. 457.

Anstey (Anstay), Herts, II. 975.

Antell. See Ampthill.

Anthony, Mr. See Antonys, Ant.

-, (Antony), John, I. 547, 573; II. 668, 1108, 1204.

-, Ric., II. 665 (2).

-, (Antoney) Dan Robt., of Canterbury, I. 436–7.

Anton, of Watton. See West, Ant.

Antoney. See Anthony.

Antonius Anglicus. See Barnes, Robt.

Antonys or Antony, Auth., ("Mr. Anthony"), surveyor of Ordnance, II. 711:— App. 7:—g. 617 (10).

Antwerp (Andwarpe), I. 790, 1053 (p. 481), 1196; II. 108, 307, 309, 310 (2), 553, 574 (2), 633, 635, 669 (the mart), 952 (p. 333), 1240.

-, letters dated at, I. 51, 60–1, 442, 866, 1122; II. 31, 49, 107–8, 127–8, 138, 483, 509, 520, 598, 725, 1020, 1071, 1303.

-, letter from the town, II. 520.

-, English house and merchants at, II. 635, 1240.

-, Easter mart at, I. 358 (p. 158).

-, Synxson mart at, II. 598, 669.

Anwik. See Alnwick.

Aparr. See Parr.

Ap David, Hugh, II. 158, 1057 (2).

-, John, II. 775.

-, Llewellyn, I. 1183 (2), 1202 (2).

-, Res, I. 1183 (2).

-, Ric., II. 1310 ii. (1).

-, Sir Thos., I. 1202 (2).

Ap Dicus, Tudor, I. g. 1103 (37).

Apethorpe (Abthorpe, Apthorpe), near Kingscliff, Ntht., II. 1236, 1255.

-, park of, II. 1236, 1255, 1297.

Ap Griffith, Rys (executed in 1531), II. 181.

Ap Griffith, (Gruff) ap Llewellyn, Wm. I. 1183 (2).

Ap Grono, Thos., I. 1183 (2).

Ap Guillams, Thos., II. g. 1311 (9).

Ap Guyllyams, John, serjeant-at-arms, II. g. 1311 (19).

Ap Gwyn ap William, John, I. 1183 (2).

Ap Harry, Griffith, I. g. 539 (23).

-, (Apparye), Stephen, II. 628, 724.

Ap Hoel, John, II. g. 191 (56).

Ap Howell, Fulk, Rougedragon parsuivant, II. 1060 (p. 373), 1257.

-, -, letter to, II. 1257.

-, John, I. 1202 (2).

-, Lewis, I. 1202 (2).

-, Madok, I. g. 1103 (37).

-, Philip, I. 701.

Ap Hugh, Jevan, I. 1183 (2).

Ap Hullyn, John, II. g. 191 (56).

Ap Jevan (Yevan), Harry, I. g. 539 (24).

-, Jenkin, I. 1271.

-, John, I. 1183 (2).

-, Ric., I. g. 539 (13).

Ap John ap David, David, I. g. 795 (29).

Ap Jollyn, Jevan, I. g. 795 (29).

Ap Lewis, David, II. 776, 852, 857.

Ap Llewellyn, Griffith, I. g. 795 (29).

-, Hugh, II. 858.

-, Robt., I. 1202 (2).

Ap Madok, Griffith, I. g. 1103 (37).

-, Jevan, I. g. 1103 (37).

Ap Moris, Llewellyn, II. 776, 852, 857, 1183.

Ap Owen, Griffith. See Griffith, Lewis.

Apparel, Act touching, I. 990.

Apparrye. See Ap Harry.

Appeals to Rome, I. 786 (p. 343); II. 952, 1238 ii.

Appeley (Salop?), II. g. 411 (13).

Appenrithe, Griffith, II. 801–2.

Appleby (Appulby), Westmld. I. 687, (p. 304); II. 291 ii., 537.

-, letter dated at, I. 703.

-, St. Laurence's parish, I. 498 (2).

-, St. Michael's parish, I. 498 (2); II. 521.

Appleby (Appulbye), Alex., II. 249 (6), 250 (1 ii.).

-, (Appilbe), John, King's messenger, I. 26, 84.

-, (Appulby), Ric., I. 19.

Appledore (Appulldoure), Kent, II. g. 1311 (16).

Applegarth (Appylgarth, Apelgarthe), Robt., parish priest or curate of Kendal, I. 384, 671 (p. 296), 849 (p. 381), 914 (p. 417).

Appleyard (Apleyard), ——, Norfolk's gentleman usher, I. 731 (p. 323).

-, ——, II. 186 (42).

-, (Appyllzard, Appylyerde), Nic., I. 174, 248.

Applin, Ric., II., 195.

Ap Pohell, Rees, I. g. 795 (7).

Appowell (Apovhell), Thos., I. 844, 1219; II. 449, 983, 1002, 1022, 1029, 1090–1.

-, (Appoylle), Watkin, II. 135, 1097.

-, Wm., I. 1147.

Ap Reynold (Raygnold), Robt., II. 1157:— g. 191 (26).

Ap Rice (Aprice, Pryce, Res or Rheseus), Joux, LL.B., notary public and registrar, I. 5, 261, 369, 1120, 1175; II. 277, 1151 (3).

-, -, letter to, II. 277.

-, -, handwriting of, I. 201 (pp. 98–9, 100), 202 (p. 105), 369, 339, 393, 467, 481, 687 (2), 702, 787, 901 (pp. 405, 408), 914, 945, 946 (2), 1012 (2), 1013, 1014, 1023 ii., 1035, 1087, 1175.

Ap Rice, Beatrice, II. 1147.

-, (Apres), Gregory, I. g. 1103 (37).

-, (Aprys), Harry, I. 701.

-, (Ap Res), Henry, clk., I. 1155.

-, Ric. ap Robert, II. g. 1311 (22 p. 470).

-, Robt., clk., I. g. 539 (14).

-, Robt. (Aprece), I. g. 1105 (11); II. 1208.

-, -, letter from, II. 1208.

-, (Apprice), Thos., I. g. 311 (14); II. g. 1150 (20).

Ap Richards (up Richards), John, serjeant-at-arms, II. 1060 (p. 373):—g. 1311 (19, 22 p. 470).

Ap Ritherch, John, I. 655.

Ap Robert, Henry, I. 1183 (2):—g. 1103 (37).

-, Ric., II. g. 1311 (22 p. 470).

-, Wm., I. 507, 655; II. g. 191 (20).

Ap Robyn, David, I. 1103 (37).

-, Jevan, I. g. 795 (7).

Ap Roger, Robt., parson of Llan-elidan, I. 1202 (2).

Aprys. See Ap Rice.

Ap Thomas, Jevan, I. 1183 (2); II. g. 796 (9).

-, Wm., abbot of Alba Landa, I. g. 1105 (6).

Apthorpe. See Apethorpe.

Ap Tudor, Lewis, I. 1183 (2).

Apulia (Puglia, Pullia, Poilea, Pooilia), in Italy, I. 310, 562, 763; II. 31, 103, 129, 320, 484, 546.

Apulrugge, in Berkeley parish, Glouc., II. g. 191 (7).

Ap William, John, I. g. 1103 (37).

-, Morgan, I. 507, 655.

Ap Yevan. See Ap Jevan.

Arabs (Arabbys), I. 347, 365.

Aras. See Arras.

Arbrakan. See Ardbraccan.

Abbroath, abbot of (Mons. d'Allbrot, Arebrot, &c.) See Betoun, David.

Archard, Robt., dec., I. g. 1330 (51).

Archebold, Edw., II. 1224.

-, Gerald, II. 1310 i. (37).

-, Patrick, II. 1310 i. (37).

-, Thos., II. 1224.

Archer, Walt., II. 837 (2).

Archery, II. 729 (4 p. 261).

Arches, Court of, I. 530, 786 (p. 342–3), 788; II. 998.

-, -, dean of. See Gwent, Ric.

Archyrople, ——. his logic, II. 429.

Arcloo. See Arklow.

Ardbraccan (Arbrakan, Arbreken), in Ireland, II. 729 (5).

-, letter dated, II. 544.

Ardee (Athirde, Athird, Athyr), co. Louth, II. 1288 ii., 1310 i. (4, 37), ii. (5).

Arden (Ardene), Yorks., nunnery (supp.) of II. 548 (2).

Arden, Wm., II. g. 191 (52).

Ardern, Thos., I. g. 539 (4).

Ardgalff (qu. Ardeath?), co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (10).

Ardglass (Ardeglas, Arglasse), in co. Louth (now Down), I. 1027.

-, castle of, II. 628, 1097, 1310 (4).

Ardington, Henry, I. 1172 (2), 1207 (3).

Ardison, George, letter from, II. 140.

Ardmail (Ardmalle), co. Tipperary, II. 1124.

Ardres (Andres, Arde, Ardar), in Picardy, I. 325, 441, 589, 961, 962; II. App. 27.

-, letter dated at, I. 519.

-, Jacques de la Motte, abbot of, letter from, I. 519.

Arduilham, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (1, 4).

Arebrot. See Arbroath.

Areton. See Arreton.

Arey. See Aire.

Argall, Thos., II. 435, 1151 (3).

Argencom', I. g. 1330 (18).

Argentoratum. See Strasburg.

Argentyn, Ric., M.B., M.A., master of Ipswich Grammar School, I. 688.

Argentynes (in Fordham?), Essex, II. g. 131 (2).

Arglas. See Ardglass.

Arham care, in Leckonfield, II, 398.

Ariete. See Rieti.

Aristotle, works of, II. 429.

Arklow (Arcloo, Arclowe), co. Wicklow, I. 394 (2, 4); II. 898 (7), 963, 1097, 1310 i. (20):—g. 1008 (35).

Arle, John, I. 1194 (2).

Arlingham, Glouc., I. g. 795 (42).

Arlington, Suss., II. g. 1008 (3).

Arlynton, alias Ablyngton, Wilts, II. g. 1008 (19).

Armagh, George Cromer, abp. of, II. 1310 i. (1).

Armathwaite, Cumb., II. 250 (1 ii.).

Armetage. See Hermitage.

Armin, Wm., I. 1207 (7).

Arms. See under Harness.

Arms, officers of, II. 1060.

Armstrong (Armstrang or Armestronge), Archib., II. g. 411 (17).

-, Edm, II. 836.

-, John, II. 58 ii.

-, Thom, I. 914 (p. 417).

-, Will, alias Willy Cut, II. 836.

Armstrongs, the Border family, I. 982.

Arnall. See Arnold.

Arncliffe, Yorks., I. 792.

-, vicar of, I. 792.

Arnesby or Ernesby, Leic., II. g. 1311 (4).

Arnold (Arnall), ——, brewer, II. 976, 1049.

-, Chr., I. 369.

-, James, Cranmer's servant, I. 15.

-, John, I. 308 (p. 140); II. g. 1008 (18), 1150 (33).

-, Nich., I. 308 (p. 140), 831.

-, -, letter from, I. 831.

-, Robt., I. 1294 (2).

-, Wm., abbot of Merevale, q.v.

Arragon, Don Antonio d' (Darragon), II. 509 (2).

Arragose ship. See under Ships.

Arras (Aras), in Flanders, I. 428, 961, 1071, 1166, 1322, 1329; II. 93 (2).

Arrass (Arows, Arrowes), near Beverley, I. 201 (pp. 86, 88, 90), 202, 370.

Arreton (Areton or Atherton), I. of Wight, I. g. 539 (45); II. g. 1150 (7).

Arschot (Arskot, Arscot, Arsecott), Philip De Croy, Duke of, governor of Valenciennes, I. 364, 1052–3, 1135, 1242, 1306; II. 93 (2), 125, 148, 383 371–2, 442, 709, 1243.

Arsepreche, Edm., II. 859 (2).

Arter. See Arthur.

Arthboy. See Athboy.

Arthingtoun, Thos., I. 1050.

Arthur, Prince, Henry VIII.'s elder brother, II. 952.

Arthur, John, Friar, II. 557.

-, Thos. I. 1300 (2); II. 68.

Arthus, Maître, of Calais, I. 659.

Articles, the King's book of, I. 786 ii., 789 (p. 346), 818, 830, 1011 (p. 454), 1021.

Artillery, Act touching, I. 990. See also Ordnance.

Artillery Company, the, charter, II. g. 617 (10).

Artois, in the Netherlands, I. 124, 1107, 1116; II. 367, 1059, 1307.

Arundel, William Fitzalan, earl of, I. 898:—g. 539 (3); II. 911 (pp. 319–20).

Arundell, Mrs. See Sussex, countess of.

-, John, II. g. 1311 (27).

-, John, s. and h. of John Arundel, sen., II. g. 1150 (18).

-, John, of Talferne or Talbern, I. 497; II. g. 1150 (12).

-, -, signature of, I. 497.

-, John, of Trerys, I. 277, 1219, 1240; II. g. 1150 (12).

-, -, letter from, I. 277.

-, Sir John, II. g. 1150 (12).

-, John, s. and h. of Sir John, II. 595, 738:—g. 191 (8), 1150 (12).

-,Sir John, of Lanherne or la Hern, II. 898 (9 iv.):—g. 191 (8), 1150(12, 14).

-, Thomas, letter from, I. 4.

-, Sir Thos., high bailiff of Salisbury, II. 172, 911 ii., 1114:—g. 1150 (21).

Arustley, in Wales, I. 1148, 1183, 1271–72; II. 158, 490, 776, 835, 852, 857, 896, 985–6, 993, 995, 1024, 1057 (1, 2) 1151, 1183, 1199, 1237.

Arvell. See Harvell.

Asburner, Wm., priest, I. 842.

Asby (Assheby), Westmld., I. 498 (2).

Ascewe, Ascoght, &c. See Askew.

Ash (Asshe), Surr., II. g. 1311 (22).

Ashby de la Zouche, Leic., letter dated at, II. 151.

Ashby (Asheby), Wm., I. 380.

Ashcombe, Suss., II. g. 1311 (34).

Ashe (Asshe), Thos., II. 172 (p. 57).

Ashford (Ascheforth, Esshetisford) Kent, II. 908.

-, letters dated, II. 752, 907, 959.

Ashley (Asshley), Mrs. (wife of Peter Mewtas, q.v.), I. 238, 586, 1069; II. 711, 1060 (p. 374).

-, (Assheley), Hen., II. g. 1150 (21).

-, (Astley), John, II. 861.

Ashover (Asheover), Derb., II. 1061 (2), 1141.

Ashreigney or Ringsash, Devon, I. g. 1330 (16).

Ashridge (Ashriche) College, Bucks, II. 1814.

Ashton (Assheton), Chesh., II. 597 ii.

Ashton (Asheton), Lanc., letter dated at, I. 384.

Ashton (Assheton), Wilts, II. g. 1150 (5).

Ashton, Mr., auditor, II. 260.

-, (Aisheton), Chr., I. 167, 1208; II. 157.

-, John, auditor of Crown lands, II. g. 1311 (26).

-, (Assheton), Peter, clk., II. g. ll50 (25).

-, (Asheton, Ayshton), Ric., I. 878:—g. 1103 (37).

-, Friar Robert. See Knaresborough, friar of.

-, (Asheton), Thos., a Gilbertine, I. 201 (p. 99), 370 (p. 170).

Ask or Aske, the river. See Esk.

Askbe, Fras., I. 734 (8).

-, Robt., I. 734 (8).

Aske (Asc), Robert, Grand Captain of the Pilgrimage of Grace, I. 6 i., ii., 20, 23, 29 (1–2), 43, 46, 56, 64, 67–8, 70 vi., 86, 102–3, 112–15, 136–8, 146, 155–6, 157 ii. ("my brother"), 159, 171, 174, 191, 198, 200 (pp. 84–5), 201 (pp. 86, 88, 90–1, 94, 96, 98–9, 100–2), 202, 209, 247, 281, 306 (p. 138), 315, 369, 370, 390, 392 (pp. 182, 186–8, 190–3), 393, 466, 491, 533 (pp. 246–7), 536, 578 (p. 267), 630, 687, (p. 304), 698, 710, 712, 730, 784–5, 786 ii., 788, 846–50, 852–4, 863, 891, 900–1, 914 (p. 416), 944–7, 961, 973–4, 991, 1012, (4), 1013 (pp. 457–8), 1018–19, 1020 ii., 1021 (pp. 462–3), 1022 passim, 1062, 1079–80, 1082, 1087 (pp. 496–8), 1088, 1089 (pp. 502–3), 1119, 1130, 1156, 1172 (2), 1175, 1186, 1199 (2, 3), 1206, 1207 (8), 1223–4, 1227, 1239, 1252, 1285, 1320–1; II. 41, 77 (p. 27), 105, 133, 156, 166 (p. 55), 172 (2), 181 (Alske), 203, 228–9, 261, 291–2, 321 (2), 420, 536:—App. 31:—g. 1150 (1).

-, -, letters from, I. 43,67, 112–4, 136, 159, [847–9], 1223–4.

-, -, letters to, I. 46, 56, 102, 114–5, 191, 209, 315, 390 [847–9].

-, -, his brother, I. 6 (p. 3).

-, -, his brother's house, I. 6 (p. 8).

-, -, his manifestoes, I. 44, 137, 191.

-, -, interrogatories for, I. 900, 944, 955 (2, 3, 4).

-, -, handwriting of, I. 137, 146 (3), 698 (2, 3), 852, 901 (p. 408), 946, 1175 (3).

-, -, three nephews of, I. 6.

-, -, declarations by, I. 6, 698 (2), 852; II. 292 iii.

-, -, his lodging in London, I. 44.

-, -, depositions by, I. 693 (3), 946.

-, -, sent to the Tower, I. 846.

-, -, evidence (correspondence, &c.) against, I. 847–9, 1087 (p. 496).

-, -, his papers, I. 848 (p. 377), 1252.

-, -, his niece, I. 901 (p. 408).

-, -, examination of, I. 901, 915–6, 1175.

-, -, his servants, I. 944 (1, 2), 974, 1082, 1087 (p. 498).

-, -, his sister, I. 1175.

-, -, his debts, I. 1223–4.

-, -, his clerk, II. 105.

Aske, Chr., brother of Robert, I. 6 (p. 3), 698 (3), 1186, 1321.

-, -, depositions of, I. 1186.

-, John, prior of the Austin Friars of York, I. 306 (p. 138).

-, John, brother of Robert, I. 6 (p. 3), 157, 901 (p. 408), 946, 1022, 1156, 1172 (2), 1186, 1207 (3), 1223; II. 261.

-, -, letter from, I. 157 ii.

-, John, a servant of the preceding, I. 157 ii., 1175.

-, Robt., I. 1320.

Askew (Ascue, Askue, Ascew, Ascoght, Ascoughe, Aysskew, Ayscoght, Ayscugh):.

-, Chr., I. 174 (p. 76), 179, 250, 951; II. 1322.

-, -, letters from, I. 179; II. 1322.

-, -, his father, I. 179 (p. 78).

-, Sir Chr., I. 140, 250, 380 (p. 177).

-, -, letter from, I. 140.

-, G., II. 186 (68).

-, Hugh, I. 1114; II. 1134.

-, James, dec. I. g. 617 (48).

-, John, II. 975.

-, Robt., II. g. 191 (41).

-, Wm., I. 652.

-, Sir Wm., I. 140, 160, 174 (pp. 75–6), 179, 380 (pp. 175–6), 392 (p. 185), 1207 (13–15); II. g. 1150 (43).

-, -, letter from, I. 140.

Askham-Brian (Bryeton), Yorks., I. 392.

Askham-Richard, Yorks., I. 392.

Askrigg (Asskyrthe), Yorks., II. 97.

Aslaby (Asleby), ——, I. 1035.

-, James, I. 392 (p. 189).

Aspeden, Herts., II. 1027.

Assheby. See Asby.

Assher. See Esher.

Assheweir, in the Wye, I. g. 795 (16).

Assporner, Robt., letter from, I. 1326.

Asti (Aaste, Ast) and the Astesan (Lastisane), in Piedmont, I. 556 (p. 259); II. 509 (2), 1040, 1127.

Astilley, Richard, I. 157 ii.

Astley. See Ashley.

Aston, Bucks, II. 275 (? Eston).

Aston, Salop, I. g. 795 (12).

Aston, near Doxhey, Staff., II. g. 1150 (9).

Aston Clinton, Bucks, letter dated at, II. 1197.

-, parson of. See Jackman, Thos.

Aswardhyrn, Linc., I. 199.

Atcombe, Edw., I. 1150.

Athassel (Athasshell), co. Tipperary, priory of, II. 898 (9).

Athboy (Arthboy), co. Meath, II. 729 (5), 1308 (p. 458), 1310 i. (37, 43).

Athcarn, in Ireland, II. g. 411 (22).

Athelington (Alyngton), Suff., I. g. 795 (39).

Athènes, duke d' (Dateyn), II. 539 (p. 203).

Atherton. See Arreton.

Athgan, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (2).

Athirde. See Ardee.

Athlone (Alloyne, Allon, Alone), in Ireland, II. 729.

-, castle of, II. 146, 383 (p. 157), 1097.

Athy, co. Kildare, II. 1097, 1308 (p. 458), 1310 i. (4).

Athyr. See Ardee.

Atkinson, —— II. 186 (7).

-, ——, of Hartoft, I. 1277 iii.

-, (Etkynson), Mr., silkman, I. 308.

-, Harry, II. 672, 764.

-, -, letter from, II. 672.

-, (Attkinson), John, Captain of Kendal, I. 370 (2 ii.), 632, 825, 863 (3), 878, 914 passim, 959, 1034 (pp. 472–3), 1035 (p. 474).

-, -, his sister's son, I. 825.

-, (Atkenson), Leonard, I. 478 (2), 918 ii.

-, Ric., I. 1214 (2).

-, Thos., II. g. 411 (13).

-, Wm. (qu. John?), I. 1089 (p. 504).

Atkyn, James, I. 531.

Atkyns, Thos., II. 1193.

Aton. See Ayton.

Atow or Atue, John, prior of Wymondley, I. 571.

At Rith, Peter, II. 1282.

Attainders in Ireland, II. 1288 ii.

Attainted (forfeit) lands, II. 53, 69, 82, 190, 588 (office), 659, 1235.

-, receiver of. See Teshe, Tristram.

Att Fen, Hugh, II. 186 (46).

Attorney, Mr., II. 186 (4).

Attorney-General (King's attorney). See Baker, John.

Atwick (Atwyk), Yorks., I. 1277.

Aubert, Giles, I. g. 1330 (35).

Aubigny, in Artois, II. 93 (2? Tobynye).

Auborn, Linc, II. g. 1008 (9?Albourne).

Aucher (Auchar), Anthony, paymaster at Dover (1537), I. 63; II. 959, 1108, 1129:—App. 39.

-, -, letter from, II. 959.

Auckland (Awkland, Auklong), Dham., letters dated, I. 148, 369 (pp. 164, 166).

Audelett (Audlett), John, of Barton near Abingdon, I. 167, 1208.

Audeley, John Touchet lord, I. 803, 1280:—g. 311 (14); II. g. 1150 (21).

-, -, letter from, I. 803.

-, -,his wife, I. 803.

Audeley, Sir Thomas, lord Chancellor, I. 6 (p. 9), 52, 173, 201 (p. 90), 211, 250, 264 (p. 126), 332, 339,355, 636, 734 (1), 764, 822, 829, 835, 846, 853, 864, 896, 976, 1021 (3, 4), 1106, 1150–1, 1164, 1187, 1207 (21), 1210, 1227 (4, 13), 1282, 1327:—g. 311 (14), 539 (3, 4, 9), 795 (4), 1103 (29), 1104 (10, 11), 1330 (58); II. 85, 157, 166 (p. 55), 186 (41), 200, 212 (p. 92), 283, 292 iii., 329, 337, 429, 448, 495, 600, 623, 625, 667, 722, 736–8, 747, 774, 781, 805, 911 (pp. 319–20), 926, 940, 985–6, 993, 1027, 1060 (p. 373), 1100, 1114, 1151 (2, 3), 1153, 1155, 1159–60, 1222–3:—g. 411 (14, 15, 20, 27), 1008 (25, 31, 43), 1150 (11, 12, 15, 16, 20, 21, 33, 41, 42), 1311 (2, 28, 29, 34).

-, -, letters from, I. 764, 835, 1210, 1282; II. 200, 329, 495, 623, 667, 736–8, 747, 781, 805, 1153, 1159–60.

-, -, letter to, I. 829.

-, -, signature of, I. 332, 636, 734 (7), 846, 864, 1227 (7).

-, -, a kinsman of, I. 764, 835.

-, -, handwriting of, I. 976.

-, -, his wife Christina, II. g. 411 (14, 15), 1008 (25).

-, -, his second wife Elizabeth, II. 1027.

Audeley, lady, II. 973.

-, (Awdeley), Mr., II. 1169.

-, Edmund, bp. of Salisbury (1502–24), II. 1277.

-, Dame Eliz., widow of Sir John, II. g. 1311 (20).

-, Sir John, dec., II. g. 1311 (20).

-, Philip, I. g. 1330 (33).

-, -, Joan, his wife, I. g. 1330 (33).

-, (Awdely), Thos., of Lewes, II. 1282.

Audford. See Aldford.

Auditor, Mr., I. 323.

Auditor [of the Augmentations]. The See Fuller, Mr.

Auditor [of the Duchy?], Mr., II. 186 (4).

Auditor [of the earl of Northumberland], the See Edgar.

Audlem, Chesh., II. 611.

Audrivon, Guillaume, II. 1140.

Auger, Edm., abbot of Duleek, II. 1310 ii. (3).

Aughton (Awghton, Hawtton, Aghton, Awton), Yorks., I. 56, 191, 491, 901 (p. 408), 1186, 1199 (2), 1207 (8).

-, letters dated at, I. 67, 157 ii.

Augmentations, court or council of, I. 316, 352, 478, 1091, 1211; II. 53, 185, 259, 279, 555, 807:—App. 30:—g. 191 (40), 411 (13), 1008 (9, 10).

-, attorney of, II. 1160, 1177. See Onley, John.

-, chancellor of. See Rich., Sir Ric.

-, solicitor of, II. 1160 See Southwell, Robert.

Augsburg, in Germany, I. 527, 1310 n.; II. 969.

Augustinis, Dr. Augustine de, II. 973 v.

Augustyn, John, I. 818 ii.

Auklond or Awkland. See Auckland.

Aunby. See Awnby.

Aunde. See Alne.

Aune, John, II. g. 1150.

Aunesham, Ric., II. g. 1008 (31).

Aunwyke. See Alnwick.

Auria. See Doria.

Aussy castle, on the Flemish frontier, I. 690.

Austen or Austan, John, I. 1259 (2, 4).

-, Nich., abbot (late) of Rewley, letters from, II. 1320–1.

-, -, his brother II. 1320.

Austen More (qu. Stainmoor? q. v), I. 1092; II. 422, 696, 732.

Austria (Awstryk), I. 385.

Austyn, Robt., Carmelite friar, II. 65.

Auteuil (Autuiel), in France, letters dated at, I. 413–14.

Autingues (Outtinghes, Owghtinges, Owtynges), in Picardy, I. 441, 1275; II. 306:—App. 27.

-, letter dated at, II. 492.

Auxerre, in France, wine of (? Auceros), 285. See under Wine.

Avallon or Avalony. See La Valona.

Aveiro (Avero), in Portugal, II. 1057, 1199.

Avell, Soms., I. 548.

Avenham, Glouc., I. g. 795 (32).

Averey (Avere, Avery), Thos., I. 655, 875, 1296; II. 88 (2), 90, 751.

-, -, letters to, I. 875; II. 751.

-, -, his signature, I. 1296.

Avero. See Aveiro.

Averyll, Henry, I. 1150.

Avignon, in France, II. 131, 1202.

Avmond or Awmond. See Hamond.

Avyngton. See Abingdon.

Avyntry. See Wintre.

Awdeley. See Audeley.

Awnby (Aunby), Linc., II. 187 (4, 6).

Awne. See Alne.

Awnewyke. See Alnwick.

Awode, Ric., II. 1101 (2). See also Wood.

Awstryk. See Austria.

Axholme, Isle of, Linc., I. 537.

Axholm (Axham) Charterhouse, Linc., II. 181, 288.

-, letters from the convent, I. 489, 693.

-, prior of, I. 693.

-, Thos. Barnyngham, prior of (1537), I. 489, 693.

Axmen. See Exmewe.

Aydon manor. See Eydon.

Ayelton, letter dated at, II. 29.

Aylard, John, II. 1101 (2).

Aylesbury (Aylysbury), Bucks, letter dated at, I. 456.

-, church of, I. 456.

-, gaol of, I. g. 311 (30); II. 1247 (2).

Aylesford (Aylsford), Kent, I. 1289.

Ayleworth, John, I. 1152.

Aylmer, Gerald, chief justice of Ireland, I. 394–5, 983, 1027, 1066, 1077; II. 76, 146, 281, 380–2, 388 (3), 507, 628, 1302, 1310 ii. (1bis, 2, 9).

-, -, signature of, I. 394–5, 983, 1066, 1077; II. 146, 281, 507.

Aylmer, Mr., I. 237; II. 126.

-, Francis, II. 1060 (p. 374).

-, Ric., II. 575.

Aylsham (Aylesham), Norf., I. 1301 (2), 1316:—g. 1103 (24).

Aymouth. See Eyemouth.

Ayr (Hayr), in Scotland, I. 703.

Ayre. See Eyre.

Ayrey (Eyrey), John, I. 914 (p. 416), 959.

-, -, deposition of, I. 959.

Ayshton. See Ashton.

Ayston, Essex, I. g. 1330 (6).

Ayton (Aton), Yorks., II. 1212 (p. 428).

Azincourt. See Agincourt.

Azores, the islands, a native of, I. 772.



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