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'Index: B', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 12 Part 2: June-December 1537 (1891), pp. 504-527. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75730 Date accessed: 27 November 2014.


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B., Anthon', I. 775.

B., M., letter from, II. App. 26.

-, -, her father, II. App. 26.

Babington, Sir Ant., dec., II. 1061.

-, John, I. 1199 (4), 1227 (8, 2):— g. 1104 (11); II. 321, 925, 935, 1061.

-, -, letters from, II. 321, 925, 935.

-, -, letter to, II. 1061.

-, -, my lady his mother, II. 925.

-, Dame Katharine, dec., mother of John, II. 1061.

-, Roland, I. g. 539 (9); II. g. 1008 (43).

-, Thos., II. 1061.

Babraham (Dabram), Camb., II. g. 1311 (20).

Babthorpe, —, II. 186 (56).

-, (Bapthorpe), William, I. 46, 64, 156–7, 171, 315, 349, 392 (pp. 191, 194), 698 (pp. 312–13), 789 (p. 346), 849, 900 (3), 901 (pp. 404, 411), 945, 1022 passim, 1087 (p. 498), 1089 (pp. 502, 504), 1184, 1186, 1207(1); II. 100, 102 (2, 3, 4), 250 (2), 291, 539, 650, 696, 914, 918, 1076, 1175, 1231:—g. 1150(11).

-, -, letters from, I. 157, 315, [849].

-, -, letters to, I. 156–7.

-, -, signature of, II. 1076, 1231.

-, -, his son, I. 157.

Bacawoobrene. See O'Brien.

Baccre. See Baker.

Bachelier, Jean, of Paris, II. 1115.

Bachelor (Bashlare), Mr., of Meux (Mewys), I. 1021.

-, (Bacheler), Edw., letter from, II. 95.

Backer,—, a Dutchman, I. 718 (2).

Backster. See Baxter.

Bacon (Bakon), Mr., II. 574.

Baconsthorpe (Bakonethorp, Bakenesthorpe), Norf., letters dated at, I. 1046, 1063, 1301.

Baddesley, Hants, commandry of St. John at, II. 1023.

Baddill, John, I. 718 (3).

Baddisworth. See Badsworth.

Badenoch (Badzenauch), in Scotland, II. 666.

Badingham, Suff., I. g. 1103 (11).

Badsworth (Baddisworth), Yorks., II. 186 (16).

Baertz,—, alias Clais Neutz., II. 306, 350.

Bagard, Thomas, vicar-general of Worcester, letter from, I. 38.

Bager, Thos., II. 303.

Bagerath (co. Dublin?), II. 1310 i. (2).

Baget, John, I. 581.

Baghenderby. See Enderby, Bag.

Bagott, John, II. 1310.

Bagshot, Surr., II. 247, 1147.

-, letters dated at, II. 801–2.

Bagthorpe, Norf., II. g. 1311 (30).

Bailey (Bayly), Mr., of Bungay, I. 1212 (3).

-, (Baily), John, I. 1103 (2).

-, (Bailby, Bailly), Robert, of Louth, I. 380 (pp. 173, 177).

Bailleul, in Flanders, letter dated at, I. 828.

Bainbridge or Baynebrygge (Bambrych), Chr., abp. of York, Cardinal, (died 1514), I. 1018.

-, Nic., II. 352.

-, Ralph, II. 352.

Bainton (Baynton, Beynton), Yorks., I. 141, 201 (p. 100), 466, 730 (20).

-, letter dated at, I. 145.

Bainton. See Baynton.

Baker, John, Attorney-General, I. 1199 (3 ii.), 1207 (21), 1227 (13):— g. 311 (30); II. 1122 ii., 1151 (2,3):—g. 1008 (31), 1150 (13, 19, 41), 1311 (28).

Baker,—, I. 1165, 1240, 1267; II. 109 (2) 428, 1144.

-, Ellis, II. 530 vi.

-, Henry, II. 304.

-, John (Joen Baccre), I. 1180.

-, Dr. John, II. 402.

-, Leonard, I. 718 (3).

-, Peter, priest, II. 677.

-, Ric. II. 530, 876.

-, Roger, I. 957.

-, Thos., Carthusian, I. 1232.

-, Thos., II. g. 1008 (30).

-, Wm., I. g. 539 (11); II. 21, 530 bis.

Bakhouse, George, I. 535; II. 12 (2).

Bakley, Flintsh, II. g. 1311 (22p. 470).

Bakon. See Bacon.

Bakonethorp. See Baconsthorpe.

Bak's, Piers, I. 1147 vii.

Balam, —, I. 361.

Balbastro (Barbastra), in Spain, II. 869–70, 950.

-, letter dated at, II. 931.

Balcombe, Suss., II. g. 1311 (44).

Baldersdayle, Thos., I. 1083 (p. 491).

Balderstene, Wm., I. 70 ix.

Baldock, Herts, I. 572:— App. 3; II. 974–5, 1247.

-, the Tabard at, II. 1247.

Baldwin (Baldewyn), Alice, abbess of Burnham, II. g. 411 (26).

-, (Bawdewyn), Hugh, I. 491.

-, John, I. 201 (p. 89).

-, Sir John, lord chief justice of the Common Pleas, I. 456, 734 (1), 1150, 1227 (4), 1282:—g. 311 (30); II. 275, 369 (3), 1155:—g. 1150 (19, 42).

-, -, letter from, I. 456.

-, -, Ric., clk., I. g. 1104 (3).

-, (Bawdewyn), Thos., of Southampton, I. 718.

Baldwins Town (Balldoynstoune), co. Wexford, II. 898 (5 ii.).

Baldyng, Robt., I. 581, 581 n.

Bale, John, late prior of the White Friars in Ipswich, afterwards bp. of Ossory, I. 40, 230, 307.

-, -, letter from, I. 307.

-, -, his brother, I. 230.

Bale.—, I. 391.

Balengare Ashe, in Ireland, II. 186 (30).

Bales, Edw., I. 1130.

Balfegan (Balfegham, Balfeaghan, Balfeighan), co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (37 bis), ii. (8).

Balinguen or Ballingham (Ballinghen), near Calais, I. 1075, 1137; II. 99, 113, 492.

-, letter dated at, II. App. 27.

-, rector of, II. 843.

Balke, Ric., II. g. 191 (52).

Ball, John, II. 111.

-, Ric., II., 1101 (2).

Ballard (Balerd), Ric., I. 1207 (13).

Balldoynstoune. See Baldwin's Town.

Balle, Harry, II. 30.

Ballen, Davy, I. 589 (12).

Ballenegannenagh, co. Tipperary, II. 1310 i. (25).

Ballenry. See Ballynrie.

Balleregan, co. Louth, II. 1310 i. (4).

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

Ballinganeran, co. Kilkenny, II. g. 1008 (35).

Ballingham or Ballinghen. See Balinguen.

Ballybalryk, co. Louth, II. 1310 i. (12).

Ballybarrok, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (4).

Ballybragan, in Ireland, II. 1301 i. (37 bis), ii. (8).

Ballybrennon, in Ireland, II. 1310 ii. (8).

Ballycanvan (co. Waterford), II. 898.

Ballycrodan, co. Kildare, II. 1310 i. (4).

Ballyfaxer, in Ireland, II. 1310 i. (19).

Ballygorney, co. Kildare, II. 1310 i. (4).

Ballygriffyn, co. Dublin, II. 1310 i. (12).

Ballyhue (co. Wexford?), II. 898 (8).

Ballyjordan, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (6).

Ballykeno, co. Kildare, II. 1301 i. (4).

Ballymaglasson (Balmaglassan), co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (45).

Ballymaskalers, co. Wexford, II. 1310 i. (18).

Ballymerg, in co. Dublin, II. 1310 i. (2).

Ballymore (co. Dublin?), II. 383 (p. 157), 1310 ii. (1, 5).

Ballymore, co. Wexford, II. 898 (5 ii.), 1310 i. (18).

Ballynilham, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (37).

Ballynnagir, in Ireland, II. 898 (3).

Ballynrie, co. Tipperary, II. 1310 i. (4):— g. 1008 (35).

Ballyntoughir, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (4).

Ballysax, co. Kildare, II. 1310 i. (27, 43).

Ballyshannon or Ballysonan, in Ireland, II. 729, 1310 i. (43).

Ballyskaddan. See Balseaddan.

Ballysonan. See Ballyshannon.

Ballywhele (Bellyneale?), in Ireland, II. 837 (2).

Balmadon, in Ireland, the vicar of, II. 1310 i. (39).

Balmaglassan, q.u. Ballymaglasson? q. v.

Balmakayerne, in Ireland, II. 135.

Balmekyll, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (37).

Balruddery (Bolrodry), co. Dublin, II. 1310 i. (43).

Balscaddan (Ballyskaddan), co. Dublin, II. 1310 i. (20):—g. 1008 (35).

Balscott (Balnescote), Oxon, I. g. 795 (1); II. g. 1008 (5).

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

Baltinglass (Balkynglas, Barkyng glasse), in Ireland, I. 394 (2, 4).

-, abbey of, I. 1278; II. 1097, 1310 i. (35).

-, -, John Galboly, abbot of, II. 1310 ii. (3).

Balyne, Peter, II. 856.

Bamborough (Bawmburgh) Castle, Nthld., I. 930, 973, 1091; II. 186 (8, 9, 13, 15, 61, 73), 250, 392, 887, 1122 ii.:—g. 1311 (38).

Bamboroughshire, I. 1092; II. 186 (9).

Bambrych. See Bainbridge.

Bamburgh. (Bambruyth),——, II. 88.

Bambury. See Banbury.

Ban (Banne), the Irish river, II. 1310 i. (2).

Bananagh, co. Kilkenny, II. 1310 i. (26).

Banbury (Bambury), Oxon, II. g. 1008 (5).

Bandforth or Blandforth, —, of Southampton, I. 627 (2).

Banester (Danester),—, servant to the earl of Derby, I. 849.

-, —, of Sussex, II. 1151 (2, 3).

-, (Bannaster), Henry, I. 518, 785.

-,(Banyster, Banaster) John, I. 718 (3), 1227 (10):—g, 539 (11). (Banestre), Nich., I. 853.

-, (Bannaster), Wm., mayor of Oxford (1537–8), I. 127, 211; II. 120, 1298.

-, -, letter from, II. 1220.

-, -, letter to, II. 1298 See also Danaster.

Bangor, cathedral of, riot in, I. 507, 655.

Bangor, bishop of, I. 1154. See Capon, John.

-, -, his chancellor, II. 255.

Bangor, bpric. of, II. 255.

Bank or Banke,—, II. 186 (25).

-, Ric., II. 186 (26, 33).

-, -, letter from, II. 186 (26).

-, (Bancke), Sander or Alexander, I. 498 (2), 1246 (2).

-, Wm., II. 186 (14, 16).

Bankers, Kent, I. g. 1104 (6).

Bankys, Robt., I. 701.

Bannaster. See Banester.

Banne. See Ban.

Banner, a, I. 1001.

Banstead, Surr., II. 975.

Bantry or Bentry (Bentey, Bentre) fasagh or forest, in Ireland, I, 394 (2), 1066; II. 383, 763, 898 (5 ii.), 1310 i. (19).

Banwell, Soms., letters dated at, II. 683, 753, 833–4.

Banyard,—, Norfolk's servant, I. 216.

Banyster. See Banester.

Bapaume (Bapausmes, Bapasmes, Bapalmes), in Artois, I. 1071, 1076, 1107; II. 372.

Bapthorpe. See Babthorpe.

Baptism, I. 1021; II. 407, See also Sacraments.

Barantyne (Barentyne, Barrantyne, Barnden or Baratyn), Sir Wm., I. 127, 211, 264; II. 157, 911 ii., 952–3:—g. 1150 (15, 18).

Barbara, Signora, II. 1128 (p. 396).

Barbarossa (Barba Russe), Haradin, Turkish naval commander, I. 326, 580, 762, 1144, 1190 (2); II. 104 (p. 37), 129, 312 n., 355, 509 (2), 524, 656, 725, 730, 1217, 1303.

Barbary, I. 1144, 1190 (2).

Barbastra. See Balbastro.

Barbeby, Linc. (qu. Barrowby?), I. g. 1103 (11).

Barber or Barbour, Dr., II. 403.

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

-, John, I. 808.

-, Wm., of Watton, I. 201 (p. 95).

-, -, I. g. 795 (20).

Barber Surgeon, a, II. 110.

Barbesiers, M. de, I. 826.

Barbour. See Barber.

Barcelona (Barsolona), in Spain, II. 104, 131, 743, 1053, (p. 369), 1137, 1143 (p. 401), 1144, 1172, 1203, 1217 (p. 430), 1249 (2), 1264.

-, letter dated at, I. 648.

Barcer. See Barker.

Bardney Abbey, Linc., I. 581 ii., 581 n., 677.

-, abbot of, I. 677.

-, a monk of, I. 677, 700.

Bardysley Manor, Glonc., II. 1304.

Barell, Maurice, I. 589 (2).

Barentyne. See Barantyne.

Barford (Bareford), Beds., II. g. 796 (18), 1311 (20).

Barham Down, Kent, II. 475.

Barinfeld. See Barnfeld.

Barke, Ric., monk of Furness, I. 841 (3 p. 371).

-, Wm., groom of the Chamber, II. 1220.

Barkeford, Beds., II. g. 1311 (10).

Barkeley. See Berkeley.

Barkeley, Wilts., I. g. 311 (33).

Barker, —, I. 308 (p. 140).

-, Mr., I. 542; II. 39, 909.

-, Chr., Garter King of Arms, I. 229, 1039; II. 271 (king of Heralds), 283, 286, 466, 911, 939, 1060 (pp. 372–3).

-, -, letter from, II. 286.

-, John, I. 671 (p. 296):—g. 1103 (3).v.

-, Roland, I. 581.

-, Thos., I. g. 1105 (5); II. 1033.

-, (Barkar, Barcer), Wm., of Holderness, I. 141, 174, 201 (pp. 90, 94–5, 97), 248, 370 (pp. 167–8), 392 (p. 188).

-, (Barker), Wm., sub-prior of Newburgh, II. 1181.

Barkeswell. See Berkswell.

Barking (Berking), Essex, nunnery of, II. 1314.

Barking, All Hallows. See under London.

Barkston, Linc., I. 199.

Barkston Ash, Yorks., I. 1200 (? See Barton).

Barkyngfeld (Bucks?), II. g. 1311 (22 p. 470).

Barkyng glasse. See Baltinglas.

Barley. See Graln.

Barley or Barly, John, I. 92; II. 475, 488.

Barling (Barlyngs), Essex, II. g. 411 (21).

Barlings (Barlinges, Berlings, Berlynges) Abbey, Linc., I. 581 ii., 581 n., 639, 676–7, 700, 702, 734 (3), 765 (2 n.), 998; II. 8, 75, 187 (6), 190, 432, 489, 657.

-, abbot of. See Mackerell, Dr. Matthew.

-, a canon of, I. 70 x. (qu. Burton?).

-, cellarer of, I. 702.

-, lead of, I. 676, 677, 998.

-, prior of, I. 677, 765.

Barlo, —, ("captain Barlo"), II. 395, 598.

Barlow, William, bp. of St. Davids, I. 93 (1 "that person," 2), 307, 575, 597, 830, 901 (pp. 405, 409 "two bishops"); II. 402:—g. 1311 (22).

-, -, letters from, I. 575, 597, 830.

-, -, a sermon of, I., 93 (2).

-, -, his brother (John?), I. 830.

Barlow, John, clk., II. g. 1150 (33).

Barly. See Barley.

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

Barmer, Norf., I. g. 1330 (26); II. g. 1311 (30).

Barnard, John, II. g. 1150 (42).

-, Wm., I. g. 1330 (54); II. 800.

Barnard the Scot, II. 129.

Barnard Castle (Barnard's, Barnny, Barna, Barne), D'ham., I. 116, 185 (p. 80), 392 (p. 193), 416 (2), 458, 478, 506, 775, 786 (p. 342), 789, 930, 1092, 1128; II. 1045, 1076 (p. 379):—g. 191 (13).

-, letters dated at, I. 448; II. 1045.

Barnardeston, Sir Thos., II. g. 1150 (42).

Barnden or Baratyn. See Barantine.

Barne or Baron, Thos., II. 1256.

Barnegrange, Suss., II. g. 1311 (16).

Barners or Barnes. See Berners.

Barnes, lord. See Berners.

Barnes (Barnys Barns), Dr. Robert (Friar Barnes, Antonius Anglicus), I. 181 n., 853, 901 (p. 411), 1260; II. 258, 433, 1100, 1259.

Barnesdale, Yorks., I. 392 (p. 191).

Barnet, or Chipping Barnet, Herts., II. g. 191 (31).

-, parson of, II. 285.

Barnewall, or Barnewell, And., II. 1310 i. (43).

-, Sir Chr., sheriff of Meath, II. 1310 i. (1), ii. (2).

-, Edm., II. 1310 i. (43).

-, John, lord Trimletiston, q.v.

-, Patrick, King's serjeant in Ireland, I. 503, 549, 782, 983, 1027; II. 384, 485, 507, 531, 544, 786, 1145, 1310 i. (37), ii. (1 bis, 3, 6).

-, -, letters from, II. 531, 786.

-, Robt., of Dronmagh or Dromnagh, his heir, II. 1288 ii., 1310 i. (37).

-, Robert, II. 544, 786.

Barnfeld (Barinfeld, Bayrnffelde), John, mayor of Carlisle, I. 427, 904; II. 1000.

-, -, letter from, I. 427.

Barnham (Barneham), Suss., II. g. 1008 (19).

Barningham, Norf., II. g. 1311 (30).

Barningham. St. Peter, Norf., II. g. 1311 (30? Byrlyngham).

Barniston, letter dated, I. 164.

Barnny Castle. See Barnard Castle.

Barns. See Barnes.

Barnsley, Yorks., I. 1319.

Barnstaple (Bastabill), Devon, I. 782.

-, priory (supp.) of, II. 548.

Barnwell (Barnewell), beside Cambridge. II. 513.

Barnwell. See Barnewall.

Barnyngham, Thos., Carthusian, prior of Axholm, I. 489, 1232.

Barnys. See Barnes; also Berners.

Baron, Miles, bishop of Ossory, II. 837 (2), 898 (1, 3).

-, or Barne, Thos., II. 1256.

Barons, —, I. 70 x.

Baroo. See Berghen.

Barow. See Berghen.

Barowe. See Barrowe.

Barraby. See Borrowby.

Barrantyne. See Barantyne.

Barreston, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (4).

Barret, John, parson of Monkston, I. 1097.

-, John, II. 215.

-, Ric., II. 1325.

-, Thos., II. 402.

-, Wm., I. 520, 632.

Barrow, the river, in Ireland, I. 394 (4), 983; II. 1308 (p. 458).

Barrow-upon-Soar, Leic., II. 800.

Barrowby, Line., I. g. 1103 (11? Barbeby).

Barrowden (Barowdowne), Rutl., I. g. 1330 (53).

Barrowe. See Berghen op Zoom.

Barrowe, Dame Elizabeth, I. 1109.

-,(Barowe), Mr. John, I. 1152.

-, Thos., dec. II. 1109.

Barrowhedd, in Furness, I. 652.

Barry, lord, I. 394 (4); II. 383.

Barsham, Suff., II. g. 1311 (24).

Barsham East, Norf., II. g. 1311 (30).

Barsham North, Norf., II. g. 1311 (30).

Barsham West, Norf., II. g. 1311 (30).

Barsolona. See Barcelona.

Barston, Edw., II. g. 191 (49), 1008 (30).

Bartelett, —, searcher of Calais, I. 1140.

-, Ric., M.D., II. g. 796 (19).

Bartelot, —, his ship, II. 453.

Barth, —, I. 718 (3).

Bartholomew. See Rouge Croix pursuivant.

Bartlott, —, physician, II. 186 (63).

Bartolome, John, II. 1325.

Bartolomeo, M., II. 1128 (p. 397).

Barton, Chesh., II. 597 (p. 222).

Barton, Linc., alias Dudmandale (Barton on Humber? See Valor Ecc., V. 173), II. g. 1008 (9).

Barton upon Humber, Linc., I. 6, 392; II. 85:—g. 1008 (9?).

Barton Hussey, or Burton Hussey. Linc., II. 187 (4,6).

Barton wapentake, Yorks., (qu. Barkston Ash?), I. 1200.

Barton, —, of Whenby, I. 6 (p. 7).

-, —, II. 186 (74).

-, —, a fletcher, I. 392 (p. 189).

-, Andrew, I. 671, 1089 (p. 504):—g. 1104 (11).

-, George, parson of Bradfield, II. 1256 (2).

-, John, I. 671, 1159, 1172 (2), 1207 (4):—g. 1105 (13); II. g. 1008 (30).

-, (Bertoun), John, Scotch envoy to Denmark, II. 218–9.

-, (Bartun), Thos., of Beverley, I. 161, 174 (1,4), 323, 1112.

-, -, letter from, I. 323.

-, Thos. I. 1199 (4), 1227 (8, 2).

-, Walter, of Reading, I. 654.

Bartylmew, Wm., serjeant at arms, II. g. 1311 (19).

Barwell, Rob., I. 1004.

Barwgh (Yorks?), I. 1277.

Barwick, Barwyke, or Barwykke. See Berwick.

Base, Clement, I. 1147.

Basfurthe, John, I. 1207 (3).

Bashall (Baschehall), Yorks., I. 1199 (2), 1207 (8).

Bashlare. See Bachelor.

Basing (Bayzing), —, I. 254; II. 934.

-, (Bayzin), Roger, I. 254.

Basingstoke, Hants, II. 1147.

Basingthorpe (Besewynthorp), Linc., II. g. 411 (27).

Basingwark (Basywarke), near Holywell, Flintsh., II. g. 1311 (22 p. 470).

-, abbey (supp.) of, II. g. 1008 (9), 1311 (22 p. 470).

-, Nicholas abbot of, II. g. 1008 (9).

Baskervile, Sir James, II. g. 1150 (18).

-, James, II. 1057 (3, 4), 1183.

-, -, letters from, II. 1057 (3, 4).

-, Thos., II. 897.

Basle, II. 410n., 969.

-, letter dated at, II. 613.

Basnet (Bassenott), Edward, prebendary and dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin, I. 405, 477, 549, 1027, 1310 i. (43).

Basset, Anne, lady Lisle's daughter, (Mrs. Bassett), I. 120, 459, 619, 827, 1188, 1229, 1267; II. 167, 271, 528, 626, 704, 711, 731, 808, 861, 923, 958, 1023, 1060 (p. 373–4), 1084, 1157, 1209–11, 1233–4, 1273.

-, George, I. 376, 922, 980, 1017; II. 84, 326.

-, James, I, 240–1, 659, 947, 972, 980, 1068, 1132; II. 139, 493, 565, 687, 788–90, 919–20, 1047, 1072, 1146, 1195.

-, -, letters from, I. 972; II. 139, 493, 788–9, 1195.

-, -, bill of expenses, II. 1072.

-, John ("Mr. Bassett"), lady Lisle's eldest son, I. 196, 272, 299, 353 (p. 156), 354, 450, 586, 610, 680, 812 (pp. 359–60), 921, 948, 995, 1040, 1069, 1132–3, 1164–5, 1187–8, 1239–40, 1266–7, 1273–4; II. 84, 271, 298, 424, 467, 625, 958, 1157.

-, -, letter from, I. 921.

-, -, his wife, Mrs. Frances Plantagenet ("the second person," "his fere"), II. 84, 467, 1157.

-, John, I. g. 1104 (11), 1330 (52).

-, Katharine, lady Lisle's daughter, ("Mrs. Catharine"), I. 120, 196, 354, 450, 494, 586, 680, 812, 948, 1040 (p. 477), 1069, 1188, 1267; II. 167, 271, 626, 704, 711, 807–8, 923, 958, 1023, 1084, 1157, 1210–11, 1233–4, 1273.

-, Mary, daughter of lady Lisle, I. 117. 119–20, 284, 375, 460, 487, 598–9, 672–3, 827, 834, 955, 1042, 1204; II, 198, 711, 731, 861.

-, -, letters from, I. 119–20, 673, 834, 1042, 1204.

-, -, her sister Frances. See Plan-tagenet, Frances.

-, -, her schoolmaster, I. 673.

-, Philippa, daughter of lady Lisle, letter to, I. 120.

-, Richard, letter from, I. 685.

-, Sir Wm., II. g. 1150 (18).

Bassingbourne, Camb., II. g. 1311 (22 p. 470).

Bassingbourne, John, II. g. 1150 (41).

Bastabill. See Barnstaple.

Bastard. Isabel, I. 275.

Bastian of Flushing, I. 718.

Basywarke. See Basingwark.

Batcok, Thos., letters from, I. 254, 873.

-, -, his nephew, I. 873.

Bateman, Henry, I. 914 (p. 416).

Bath, letter dated at, I. 360.

-, priory of, William prior of, letter from, I. 360.

Bath, John Clerk, Bishop of, I. 360, 789 (p. 346), 790 (p. 347); II. 402, 459, 683–4, 753, 833–4, 851, 952 (p. 333), 1175:—App. 36.

-, -, letters from, II. 683, 753, 833–4:—App. 36.

Bath, Countess of, II. 973 iii., 1060 (p. 374).

Bath or Bathe, John, II. g. 411 (22).

-, Thos., chief chamberlain of the Irish Exchequer, II. 1310 ii. (1).

-, Wm., Irish traitor, II. 1310 i. (10, 45), ii. (2 bis, 9 bis).

Bathurst (Battarst), Edward, I. 957.

Batmanson, Oliver, Carthusian, I. 1232.

Batnor, ——, II. 1282.

Battarst. See Bathurst.

Battistella, ——, I. 255.

Battle Abbey, Suss., II. 1337.

Batty, Eliz., I. g. 1330 (38).

-, Ralph, I. g. 1330 (38).

-, Robt., I. g. 1330 (38).

Bauco (Bauro), Ennius Philonardus de, bishop of Veroli (Verulanus), Cardinal (1536), castellan of St. Angelo, I. 89.

Baudyssey. See Bawdsey.

Baughrud, Marches of Wales, II. 796 (9).

Bauro. See Bauco.

Bavaria, William, Duke of, II. 969.

Baverala. See Beverley.

Bavey, in Hainault, I. 1293.

Bawdes, Mr., II. 141.

Bawdewyn. See Baldwin.

Bawdre or Bawtrey, Leonard, I. 581, 591.

Bawdrie, Thos., I. 581n.

Bawdripp, ——, the bastard, I. 1271.

Bawdsey (Baudyssey), Suff.; II. 1050.

Bawerlay. See Beverley.

Bawmburgh. See Bamborough.

Bawne, George of, I. 201 (p. 90), 370, 392 (p. 186).

Bawtrey. See Bawdre.

Bawtry (Bawtre) Yorks., I. 29.

Baxter (Baxster), John, priest, letter from, II. 186 (1).

-, (Backster), Matilda, II. 1141.

Bay, the, in France, I. 535; II. 556.

Baye, Hen., I. 17 (2).

Bayley, Mr., II. 342.

Bayly (Baylye), ——, of L. (the bailey of Snathe?), I. 201 (p. 90).

-, -, of the Bridge, II. 166 (p. 55), 446.

-, Ric., I. g. 539 (35).

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

Baylyffe, Nic., I. 734 (2).

Baymfeld, Mr., II. 247.

Baynam. See Baynham.

Baynard, John, I. 1150.

-, Wm., II. 172 (2).

Baynerd's Castle. See under London.

Baynes, Chr., I. 1175.

-, (Bayns), Laur., II. 186 (66).

Baynham, Bayneham or Baynam, ——, II. 98, 167.

-, -, his wife, II. 167.

-, Sir Chr., II. g. 1150 (33).

-, Geo., II. g. 1150 (33).

-, Robt., I. g. 539 (11).

-, Walt., II. g. 796 (14).

Baynton (Bayntun), Sir Edw., I. g. 311 (14, 33); II. 911 ii., 970:—g. 1150 (20).

-, -, signature of, II. 970.

Baynton, Lady, II. 1060 (p. 374).

-, (Bayngton), Sir Henry, II. 911 ii.

-, (Beynton), John, letter from, I. 1251.

Bayonne, I. 801, 873; II. 207, 1031.

Bayrnffeld. See Barnfield.

Bayzing. See Basing.

Be, De. See Du Bies.

Beacons, burning of, I. 6 (pp. 3, 8), 64, 70 vii., viii., x., 322, 369 (p. 165), 380 (p. 178), 392 (pp. 184–5, 190), 578 (p. 267), 849, 1056 (2), 1089.

Beaconsfield (Bekensfeld, Bekyngsfeld) , Bucks, II. 974–5:— g. 1311 (22).

Beadon, John, dec., I. g. 311 (27).

Beads, bidding of (in Ireland), II. 1309.

Beadyll. See Bedyll.

Beaford, Devon, I. 452 (? Beauford).

Beall, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (4).

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

Beaumonde grange, (in Furness?), II. 205 (p. 89).

Beamound. See Beaumont.

Beans. See Grain.

Bear, the. See under Reading.

Beauce (Beausse), in France, I. 762.

Beauchamp, Lord. See Seymour. Sir Edw.

Beauchamp (Bewham, Beawham), Anne lady, wife of the preceding, I. 450, 483, 494, 618, 634, 812, 1188, 1267; II. 97, 711, 973, i., iii., iv.:—g. 617 (1).

-, -, her child, I. 483, 494.

Beauchieff, Derb., I. g. 1103 (19).

-, abbey (supp.) of, I. g. 1103 (19).

-, -, John Sheffield, abbot of, I. g. 1103 (19).

Beauford (qu. Beaford?), I. 452.

Beaulieu (Bieuley) Abbey, Hants, II. 872.

-, Thomas abbot of, II. 728, 765–7.

-, -, letters from, II. 728, 765.

-, sanctuary of, II. 728, 765–6.

Beaumaris (Bewmares), in Anglesea, I. 1271 (4).

-, letters dated at, I. 507, 655, 1154; II. 858, 998.

Beaumont, John, recorder of Leicester, II. 6, 800.

-, -, letter from, II. 800.

-, Nic., II. 339.

-, (Beamound), Ralph, II. 186 (67).

-, (Beumontt), Thos., I. 1178; II. 339.

Beaumont's or Beaumoundes lands (i.e. of Wm. Lord Beaumont who died without issue in 1507), I. 452; II. 187 (4? Beoment):—g. 1311 (3, 4).

Beaune, in France, wine of. See under Wine.

Beausse. See Beauce.

Beauvais (Bevoys), in France, II. 808.

Beawdeley. See Bewdley.

Beawpe or Bewte, Edward, I. 890, 932.

Beccatelli, Ludovico, servant of Card. Contarini, (afterwards biographer of Cardinal Pole), I. 431; II. 510.

Becham, Agnes, II. g. 1008 (10).

Bechekilhart. See Beddgelert.

Bechame. See Beauchamp.

Beck, ——, wife of, I. 369 (pp. 164, 166)

-, (Beke), Edw., II. 500.

-, (Bek), Harry, II. 186 (12, 15).

-, -, letter from, II. 186 (12).

-, (Beyke, Beke), John, of Penrith, I. 687 (1,2).

-, (Beke), John, I. 661; II. 102 (5).

-, (Bek. Abek), Thos., I. 40, 424; II. 898.

Beckenhay (Bekhey), Yorks., II. 186 (40, 47).

Becket, Dan Thos., I. 256.

Beckey. See Bective.

Beckwith,——, I. 1023 ii., 1035 (p. 474).

-, (Bekewith), Leonard, receiver of Yorkshire, I. 176, 392, (pp. 185–6), 536, 731 (p. 323), 974, 1087 (p. 501), 1089, (p. 503), 1163, 1172, 1214, 1237, 1257; II. 548 (2):—App. 16, 17.

-, -, letter from, I. 1163.

-, -, letter to, I. 176.

-, -, his mother, I. 1163.

-, (Beewitzs), Peter, secretary to Lord Lisle, I. 828; II. 342, 895, 1039.

-, -, letters to, I. 828; II. 342, 1039.

-, -, his brother Adrian, I. 828.

-, Thos., II. 94.

Becourt, Mons. de, II. 879.

Bective Abbey (Bectif, Bektiff, the Beckey), co. Meath. I. 1278; II. 1310 i. (31).

-, letter dated at, II. 628.

-, John English, abbot of, II. 1310; ii. (3).

Bedale (Bedall), Yorks., I. 786 (p. 342), 789.

Bedall, Hen., II. 44.

Beddgelert (Bechekilhart or Bethelkellard), Carnarvonsh., II. g. 1311 (22).

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

Beddington (Bennington), Surr., II. 661 (p. 241).

Beddle. See Bedyll.

Bede, prophecy by, II. 1212 (p. 427–8).

Bedell. See Bedyll; also Biddulph.

Bedenell, John, I. 799; II. 193.

Bedfield, Suff., I. g. 1103 (11).

Bedford, II. 275:—g. 796 (18).

-, gaol of, I. g. 311 (30).

Bedford, bishop (suffragan) of, II. g. 1311 (5). See Hodgekin, John..

Bedford, Jasper, late duke of, I. 822 n.:—g. 539 (15).

Bedford Haughton. See Houghton.

Bedfordshire, I. g. 1330 (44); II. 783, 1171, 1314 (1 bis, 2 bis):—g. 1150 (18).

-, (and Bucks), sheriff of (1537–8). See Windsor, Sir Wm.

Bedforth, Ralph, II. g. 191 (15).

Bedhampton, Hants, I. g. 1330 (25); II. g. 617 (11), 1008 (19).

-, park of, I. 646:—g. 1330 (25); II. g. 1008 (19).

Bedingfield, Suff., I. g. 795 (39).

Bedingfield, or Benyngfeld (Bedyngefelde), Sir Edm., I. 388 iii., 1159 iv., 1199 (4), 1227 (10, 2):—g. 795 (39),

-, Grace, wife of Sir Edm., I. g. 795 (39).

-, Henry, of Massingham, I. 231.

-, Henry, signature of, II. 68.

-, Sir Thos., signature of, II. 150.

Bedlowe. See Bellew.

Bedminster, Soms., prebend of (in Salisbury), II. 740.

Bedyll (Beddle, Beadyll, Bedell), Thos., archd. of Cornwall (died Sept. 1537)), I. 70 xiii., 377, 702, 735, 777 (p. 338), 849 (p. 382), 1012, 1232–3; II. 27, 64, 91, 429, 448, 645–6, 677–80, 683, 707, 809, 849, 998:—g. 796 (10).

-, -, letters from, I. 735; II. 27, 91, 448.

-, -, letters to, I. 70 xiii., 377; II. 429, 645.

Bee, Brian, I. 489, 693.

Beer, I. 186, 250, 718 (1–4), 1074:—g. 795 (31); II. 15, 676, 719, 899:—g, 1311 (31).

Beere. See Bere Regis.

Beeston (Beston), Beds, II. 458, 476.

Beeston, Notts., II. 187 (4).

Beeston (Beston) Priory, Norf., I. 728.

Beetham (Bethom, Betham, Bethum, Bethun), Westld., I. 411, 632, 671, 849 (p. 381), 878, 959, 1088, 1089 (p. 504):—g. 1104 (8).

Beforth Thos., II. 1212 (p. 427).

Begins, James, I. 841 (2.).

Beilbie (Beylby), Thos., I. 535, 1159.

Beire, Reginald, I. 352.

Bek or Beke. See Beck.

Bekansal. See Bekynsaw.

Bekensfeld. See Beaconsfield.

Beker, Ralph, I. 406.

Bekerdyke, Ralph, mayor of Cambridge, II. g. 1150 (22).

Bekewith. See Beckwith.

Bekhey. See Beckenhey.

Bekyngham, John, II. 1033.

Bekynsaw (Bekinsal, Bekansal, Bequanssal), John, II. 39, 788, 790, 1047, 1072.

-, -, letters from, II. 39, 790.

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

Belchford (Byrchforde), Linc., parson of. See Leache, Nic.

Beld, Robt., I. 581 n.

Belforde, Linc., I. 581 n.

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

Belingiam. See Bellingham.

Belknapp, Mr., I. 739.

-, Sir Edw., II. g. 1311 (3, 18).

Bell, ——, I. 548; II. 130, 1273.

-, George, I. 392 (p. 183).

-, John, I. 201 (pp. 85, 91); II. 462 (4), 1147.

-, Dr. John, archdeacon of Gloucester, warden of the college of Stratford-upon-Avon, I. 308 (p. 140); II. 402–3, 909, 911 ii.

-, (Belle), Robert, I. 685.

-, (Byll), Thos., I. 498 (2), 1214 (2 bis) 1246 (2).

-, Thos., of Gloucester, I. 308, 831.

-, -, his brother Bell, I. 308.

Bellasis (Belosis, Belyses, Bellices), Dr., I. 885, 996, 1175.

-, -, letters to, II. 885, 996.

-, (Bellesses), Mr., II. 256.

-, (Bellysis, Bellycis, Bellyces), Ric., I. 11, 1265; II. 92, 102 (3), 250 (2). 914, 1045, 1076, 1083.

-, -, letters from, II. 1045, 1083.

-, -, signature of, II. 1076.

-, -, handwriting of, I. 1265.

Bellay (Belyue), John du, bishop of Paris, Cardinal, I. 88, 681, 1261; II. 1254.

Bellengoure, Simon, II. 186 (73).

Bellerley, Nthld., I. g. 1103 (29).

Bellew (Bedlowe), Nich., II. 1310 ii. (1 bis).

-, Sir Walter. See Roche, lord.

Bellingham, Nthld., I. 596.

Bellingham, Lady, I. 698 (p. 312).

-, (Belyngham, Belingiam), ——, of Sussex, II. 1151 (2, 3 bis).

-, (Belyngeham), Laur., I. g. 539 (13).

-, Sir Ric., II. 249 (3 ii., 6), 250 (1 ii.).

-, Ric., of Sussex, signature of, II. 1282.

-, (Belingiam), Sir Robt., I. 914 (pp. 415–16):—g. 795 (4); II. g. 1311 (29).

-, (Belyngeham), Wm., I. g. 539 (13).

Bellowe (Bellow), John, Cromwell's servant, I. 179 (p. 78), 380 (pp. 175, 177. See Notes).

Bells, hallowed, sale of, I. 934.

Bellysis. See Bellasis.

Belson, ——, I. 430 (p. 209).

-, Robt., I. 75.

Belt (Bellt), Wm., I. 1277.

Belvoir (Belver), Linc., letters dated at, II. 582.

Belyng, John, II. 1310 i. (37), ii. (1).

Belyses. See Bellasis.

Belyue, Card. de. See Bellay.

Belzeri, the bankers, II. 368.

Bembo, Peter, afterwards Cardinal, I. 24 n.

Benard, Mons., II. 1072 (2).

Benche, Chas., I. g. 1103 (30).

Benedict the Monk, of Ferrara, letter to, I. 309.

Benham. See Binham.

Benham Lovell, Berks, II. 975.

Bennet (Benet), Andrew, II. 1101 (2).

-, (Benytt, Benet), John, II. 141, 357 (2), 1101 (2).

-, (Benet), Thos., LL.D., of Sarum, I. 824, 868:—g. 1105 (5).

-, -, letter from, I. 868.

Benningfield (Benyngfild). See Bedingfield.

Bennington (Benington), Herts, letter dated at, I. 1298.

Benolt (Bunolt), John, of Mark, Secretary of Calais, I. 341; II. 540, 612, 697, 861.

-, -, letters from, II. 540, 697.

-, -, letter to, I. 341.

Benson, John, of Horncastle, I. 70 iii., xiii.

-, John, II. 44.

Bentey, Bentre, or Bentry. See Bantry.

Bentley (Benteley), Dr., II. 973 v.

-, Thos., II. 1225.

-, Wm., II. 1212 (p. 427).

Benyng, Thos., II. 51.

Beoment rents, in Bicker, Linc., II. 187 (4). Qu. Beaumont's lands? q.v.

Bequanssal. See Bekynsaw.

Bercampsted. See Berkhampstead.

Berdon, John, I. 19.

Bere (Becre, i.e. Bere Regis, Dors.). See Charminster and Bere.

Bere (or Westbere) Forest ("the forest"), Hants, I. 87, 948, 1039, 1164, 1239, 1273; II. 105, 555, (p. 210), 625.

Bere, the. See under Reading.

Bere, John, II. g. 1311 (28).

-, Ric., Carthusian. See Bird, Ric.

-, Wm., I. g. 1330 (43); II. g. 1150 (12, 14).k

Berechurch alias West Donyland, I. g. 795 (29, 31, 33).

-, letter dated at, II. 736.

-, grants delivered at, II. g. 617 (1, 2, 3, 5, 6), 796 (14).

Bere Grove, near Richmond, Surr., II. 186 (56, 58).

Berghen op Zoom (Barough, Berghes, Baroo, Barrowe), I. 1061, 1293; II. 149, 1243.

-, letters dated at, I. 364, 406, 524, 555, 562, 612, 1249, 1260, 1276.

Berghen (Barow, Barowgh, Bergus), Anthony marquis of, I. 60, 364; II. 93 (2), 108, 333, 371.

Berigge, Nthld., I. g. 1103 (23).

Beriton, Hants, II. g. 1008 (19).

Berkeford, Camb., II. g. 1311 (20).

Berkeley, Glouc., II. g. 191 (7).

Berkeley, Thomas lord, dec., I. g. 1105 (16); II. g. 191 (30).

Berkeley, Wm. marquis of (temp. Henry VII.), I. g. 311 (24).

Berkeley (Barkele), —— (qu. the young lord B.?), II. 567.

Berkeley or Barkeley, John, I. g. 1103 (27).

-, Sir Wm., I. 898; II. 1257.

Berkeley's (Barkele's) lands, II. 567, 1310 i. (19).

Berker, John, I. 1316.

Berkhamptead (Bercampsted), Herts, II. 275, 974–5:—g. 1311 (22).

Berking. See Barking.

Berkshire, I. 237; II. 975, 1274, 1298, 1314 (1, 2):—g. 1150 (18).

-, sheriff of. See Oxfordshire and Berks.

Berkswell (Barkeswell), Warw., II. g. 1311 (18).

Berkyd, Janet, I. 1214 (2).

Berlings. See Barlings.

Berllyng. See Birling.

Bermeulle. See Bernieulles.

Bernarde, John, letter from, I. 646.

Bernardus the Hebrew, I. 845.

Berne, in Switzerland, II. 969.

Bernegon, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (4).

Berners (Barnes), John Bourchier, lord, dec., I. 1143; II. 126, 607.

Berners (Barners, Barnes, Barnys), Wm., auditor, one of the Irish Commissioners, I. g. 539 (15); II. 378–82, 384–6, 388 (3), 872. See also Ireland, Commissioners in.

-, -, his wife, II. 872.

Bernieculles (Bermeulle), Philip de Crequy, sieur de, younger brother of the sieur de Crequy, II. 372.

Beron. See Byron.

Berrincourt, Jehan, I. 441.

Berry, Chr., I. 380.

Bertanni, Pietro de, bp. of Fano, q. u.

Berthelet, Thomas, the King's printer, II. 289 n.

Berthilemewe, secretary of the Steelyard, I. 1196.

Bertoun. See Barton.

Berwes, Ric., I. 1259.

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

Berwick- (Barwyke) upon-Tweed, I. 6 (p. 5), 116, 219, 259, 449, 553, 804, 815–16, 843, 859, 863, 882, 918, 968, 1024, 1058, 1090 (p. 506), 1091, 1118; II. 69, 77, 177, 186 (1, 2, 3, 19, 61, 62, 76), 422, 526, 612, 918, 1198, 1212 (p. 427):—g. 796 (11, 12).

-, letters dated, I. 85, 351, 839, 952, 1256, 1286–7; II. 10, 186 (7), 346–8.

-, bounds of, II. 186 (2).

-, castle of, I. 85, 219, 421, 930; II. 10, 186 (7).

-, garrison of, I. 6 (p. 5):—g. 1103 (31); II. g. 1150 (27).

-, captain of. See Clifford, Sir Thos.

-, captainship of, I. 1092; II. 186 (1, 62).

-, former constable of, II. 186 (7).

-, fortification of, I. 85, 804, 952, 973, 1091–2; II. 10, 69, 346–8, 526.

-, state of the fortifications, I. 84, 219.

-, porter of, II. 250. See also Gray, Lionel.

-, victualling of, I. 863, 968, 1118; II. 69.

-, exchequer of, II. g. 796 (12).

-, mayor and townsmen, I. 952.

-, deputy and council of, (t. Hen. VII.); II. 186 (2).

-, vicarage of, II. 186 (2).

-, chamberlain of, II. 250. See also Ellerker, Sir Robt.

Berwick, Thos. Spark bp. (suffragan) of, II. g. 191 (12).

Berwick (Barwick) Pursuivant. See Ray, Henry.

Berwick (Berweke) Park, Essex, I. 301.

Berwick (Barwykke), Robt., II. g. 796 (12).

-, Thos., "the crier," I. 687 (pp. 300, 303).

Bery, ——, II. 272, 1157.

-, Wm., I. 572.

Berynton, Soms., I. 1194 (2).

Besacre (near Pontefract?), II. 186 (14).

Besançon, in France, a "prodigious sight" at, II. 192.

Besbye, John, II. g. 191 (41).

Besewik, ——, II. 58 ii.

Besewynthorp. See Basingthorpe.

Beste, Rob., I. 129.

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

Bestney, Edw., I. g. 311 (26).

Beston or Bestun. See Beeston.

Beswick, Yorks., the clerk of. See Marshall,

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

Betchet, Joan, II. 1282.

-, Ric., II. 1282.

Bethelkellard. See Beddgelert.

Bethom. See Beetham.

Bethune (Bettune, Buytayne, Betwyne), in Artois, I. 961, 1322; II. 93 (2), 104, 372.

-, letters dated at, I. 937; II. 114.

Beton, Cecily, II. 458.

Betoun,, David, abbot of Arbroath (d'Allbrot), "the king of Scotland's abbot," bp. of Mirepoix (1537), afterwards Cardinal, ambassador to England and France (1537), I. 88, 414, 463 (pp. 221–2), 580, 647, 653, 923, 931, 987 (that Scotchman), 996, 1006; II. 55, 422, 430, 479, 491, 525, 566, 588, 590, 650, 666, 829, 962, 1004 (p. 549), 1176, 1285.

-, -, letters from, II. 491, 566.

Bettes (Bettys), James, customer of Southampton, I. 189; II. 192, 1051.

-, -, letter from, II. 1051.

-, -, letter to, I. 189.

-, John, weaver, I. 1301 (2).

-, (Bets), John, II. 1119.

-, (Betts), Wm., priest, II. 56, 68.

Bettune. See Bethune.

Bettws-Garmon (Buttus), Carnarvonsh., II. g. 1311 (22).

Bettys. See Bettes.

Betun, Wm., King's organist, II. g. 1150 (37).

Betwyne. See Bethune.

Betyrton, I. 1208.

Beumontt. See Beaumont.

Beures, (Bevars, Bevers), Adolf de Bourgogne, lord of, and of Campvere (Camfyer), admiral of Flanders, I. 77, 358, 364, 404, 515, 524, 663, 718 (?admiral of Campvere), 1061, 1276; II. 93 (2), 1289.

-, -, letter from, I. 77.

Bevall Charterhouse, Notts., I. g. 311 (3); II. 181.

-, Thos. Woodkok, prior (abbot) of, I. g. 311 (3).

Bevars. See Beures.

Bevelar, John, I. g. 795 (3).

Bevercotts. Ric., I. g. 1104 (11).

Beverley (Bawerlay, Baverala, Byverlay), Yorks., I. 6i. (p. 3), ii., 29 (2), 46, 56, 64, 67, 81, 113, 136, 140–1, 145, 164, 174, 178–9, 192, 198, 201 passim, 202, 227–8, 248, 369 (p. 165), 370, 380 (p. 178), 392 passim, 393 (p. 195), 410, 416 (2), 466, 481 (p. 228), 533 (p. 247), 578 (p. 267), 616, 730, 731, 810, 849 (p. 383), 946, 1011 (p.455), 1019, 1020 ii., 1021 (p. 463), 1022, 1087, (p. 496–7), 1089 (p. 504), 1112, 1130,1175, 1186, 1207 (8), 1255; II. 22, 43, 291 ii., 918, 1212 v.

-, letters dated at, I. 143–4, 161, 323; II. 238–9.

-, letter from the town, I. 161.

-, letter from the commons at. See under Northern Rebellion.

-, Aske's letter to the town, I. 6, 29 (2), 201 (p. 96).

-, the Bull Ring (Coopers' House?), I. 201 (p. 89).

-, the Common Hall at, I. 64.

-, Wm., Cooper's House. See Cooper, Wm.

-, prisoners taken at, I. 174 (pp. 75–6), 176, 179, 227–8.

-, the 12 men of, I. 201 (pp. 86, 96), 370 (p. 168).

-, sanctuary of, I. 392 (p. 189).

-, Hall Garth at, I. 392 (p. 183).

-, Market Hill, I. 201 (p. 97), 392 (p. 183).

-, Westwood Green, I. 392 (pp. 183–5, 188).

-, disputes of the townsmen, I. 201 (p. 97), 392 (p. 183).

-, Grey Friars of, I. 392 (pp. 182–3).

-, Collegiate Church of, I. 851.

-, -, liberties of, I. 851.

-, -, provost of. See Winter, Thos.

-, -, chancellor of, I. 1021.

-, -, bailiff of. See Hornclif,——.

-, -, under steward of. See Faireclif, Ric.

-, -, steward of. See Page, Sir Ric.

-, -, shrine of St. John in, II. 6.

Beverley (Beverlay), Dr., I. 1021.

-, Ric., of Louth, I. 380 (p.177).

Bevoys. See Beauvais.

Bevyson. John, I. g. 311 (49).

Bewcastle (Bowe Castle, Bowkastell) and Bewcastle dale, Cumb., I. 930; II. 203, 422, 537, 732, 865.

Bewdley (Beawdeley), Worc., I. 93.

Bewham. See Beauchamp.

Bewley (Buele, Bewly), John, I. 498 (2), 1214 (2), 1246 (2).

-, (Bewnley), Ric., I. 687 (pp. 300–1, 303).

Bewmares. See Beaumaris.

Bewre. See Beures, also Buren.

Bewte or Beawpe, Edw., I. 932.

Beyke. See Beck.

Beylby. See Beilbie.

Beyle, Hugh, I. 498 (2).

Beynton. See Baynton.

Bible, the (Scriptures, &c.), I. 790 (p.348); II. 221, 512, 593, 624, 841–2:—App. 35.

Bicester (Bisseter or Burchester), Oxon, priory (supp.) of, I. g. 539 (19).

Bickeley, John, I. 193.

Bicker (Byker), Linc., II. 187 (4).

Bicton near Shrewsbury, Salop, I. g. 411 (13? Biketon).

Biddulph (Byddell, Bedell), Staff., vicar of. See Whelocke, Nich.

Bies. See Du Bies.

Bieuley. See Beaulien.

Biggis, James, II. 56.

Biggs (Byggs), Thos., I. 824.

Bigod (Bygott, Bygode, Bigote, Bygate), Sir Francis, I. 65, 102, 103 (4), 104, 113, 115, 136–7, 139–41, 143–8, 157–9, 161–2, 164, 174, 176–9, 184, 197–8, 200, 201 passim, 202, 208–9, 217, 219, 226–8, 234–6, 247–8, 271, 291, 319, 322, 353, 362, 369 (pp. 165–6), 370, 380 (p. 179), 393 (p. 195), 401–2, 410, 416 (1, 2), 457–8, 466, 473, 478 (2), 479, 481 (p. 229), 532–4, 578, 630, 683, 698 (1, 3 p. 313), 730, 731, 775, 810, 817 (2), 847–8 (p. 377–8), 849 (p. 381, 383), 870, 899, 979 ii., 992, 1012 (4), 1018–19, 1020 ii., 1023, 1034 (p. 473), 1035 (p. 474), 1083, 1086 ii. 1087 passim, 1088, 1089 (p. 504), 1112, 1130, 1172 (1, 2), 1186, 1199 (2, 3), 1207 (8), 1225, 1227, 1239, 1255, 1257, 1235:—g. 1330 (1, 48); II. 41, 181, 188, 190, 329 (12):—App. 28 (1, 2).

-, -, letters from, I. 143, 145, 533, [847–9].

-, -, letters to, I. 146, [847–9].

-, -, handwriting of, I. 65.

-, -, his brother. See Bigod, Ralph.

-, -, his priest, I. 899.

-, -, evidence against, I. 1387 (p. 495).

-, -, a book made by, I. 369 (p. 166), 370 (p. 168), 1087 (p. 499, 500).

-, -, his mother, I. 533 (p. 247).

-, -, lands of, I. 402; II. 188, 190.

-, -, confession of, I. 473.

-, -, depositions of, I. 532–3.

-, -, his wife. See Bigod, Kath.

Bigod, Katharine, wife of Sir Francis, I. 533 (pp. 246–7); II. 194.

-, -, letter from, II. 194.

-, -, her children, II. 194.

-, (Bigot), Ralph, brother of and servant to Sir Francis, I. 201 (p. 88), 202 (p. 104), 362, 533 (pp. 246–7), 534, 578 (p. 267), 1023; II. App. 28 (2).

Biketon, alias Bilton, grange, Salop, II. g. 411 (13).

Bilbao (Bylbow), in Spain, I. 254; II. 443.

Bilborough (Bilburgh), Yorks., I. 392 (p. 191).

Bidesthorpe or Bilsthorpe, Notts., II. g. 1008 (9).

Bildwas. See Buildwas.

Billesdale. See Bilsdale.

Billesford, Suff., I. g. 1103 (11).

Billing, Edw., I. 456 ii.

Billingforth, Chr., II. g. 1150 (6).

Billingham, D'ham., II. 1225.

Billingsley (Byllyngsley), Ric., Carthusian, I. 1232.

Billington, Lanc., I. 879.

Billington, Thos., II. g. 1008 (31).

Billisby. See Bilsby.

Bilney, Thomas, the martyr, II. 181.

Bilsby (Billisby), Sir Andrew, I. 380 (p. 177).

Bilsdale (Billesdale), Yorks., I. 1087; II. 291 ii. (? Lyllesdale).

Bilsington Priory, Kent, I. 1079.

Bilton, Yorks., I. 392 (p. 186); II. 455.

-, survey of, II. 455 (2).

Bilton alias Biketon grange, Salop, II. g. 411 (13).

Bingfield, Nthld., I. 799.

Bingham, Notts, benefice of (in Sir Brian Stapleton's gift), II. 268, 358, 451, 474, 514, 1175.

Bingham, John, II. 85.,

-, Robt., I. g. 1330 (22).

Binham (Benham), Norf., I. 1125.

-, priory of, I. 1056 (2).

"Binus tuus," a friend of Pole's, I. 1189.

Birch (Bryche) Magna, Essex, II. g. 191 (40), 411 (14).

Birch (Bryche) Parva, Essex, II. g. 411 (14).

Birche, Richard, information against, I. 62.

-, (Byrche), Wm., II. 1136, 1151 (2,3), 1191.

-, -, letter from, II. 1136.

Birchefeld, Derb., II. g. 1008 (9).

Bird, John, D.D., provincial of the White Friars, suffragan bishop of Penreth, afterwards bp. of Bangor and of Chester, I. 726; II. 96:—g. 191 (19).

Bird or Byrde, Henry, II. 1009.

-, John, I. 301.

-, or Bere, Ric., Carthusian, I. 1233; II. 91 ii.

-, Robt., II. g. 1150 (9).

-, Thos., clk., I. g. 539 (32); II. g. 1150 (2).

-, Thos., II. 21.

Birdsall (Burdsal), Yorks., I. 174 (2), 402, 683.

Birford, Ric., II. 1310 i. (2).

Birkbeck (Burkbeyke, Burtbecke, Burbeck) Thomas (W.), of Penrith, I. 121, 498 (2), 687 (1, 2).

-, -, letter to, I. 121.

Birkett (Byrkhedd),——, I. 784.

-, (Byrkit), Ralph, I. 717.

Birley (Heref?), II. g. 191 (56).

Birling (Berllyng), Kent, II. 774.

-, letter dated at, I. 897.

Birlingham (Byrlyngham), Wm., letters from II. 1305–6.

Birlington. See Bridlington.

Birmingham (Bremmycham), Warw., Guild Feast at, II. 530.

Birmingham (Brymmyngeham), Edw., II. 181.

-, (Brymedgham), John, II. 743.

-, Ric., II. 1310 i. (43).

-, (Brymeghame, Brymycham, Brymmynjame), Wm., II. 383, 729 (1, 4p. 261), 1310 i. (45).

-, -, his wife, II. 729.

Birminghams (Bermygams, Bremynghams, Brymedghams), Irish family II. 383 (p. 157), 1097, 1308 (p. 458).

Biron. See Byron.

Birteby (Cumb.?), II. 398.

Biscathorpe (Byscarthorpe), Linc., I. 581 ii.

Biscay, II. 208, 393.

Bisham (Bissam, Byssham, Bustelelesham), or Bisham and Ives, Berks., II. g. 1311 (22).

-, letter dated at, II. 1267.

-, priory (supp.) of, II. 220:—g. 1311 (22).

-, New Foundation (Abbey) of, II. 220, 1228, 1267:—g. 1311 (22).

-, -, abbot of. See Cordrey, John.

Bishop (Bushop), Ric., I. 1212 (1–3), 1284.

Bishop Auckland. See Auckland.

Bishop Burton. See Burton Bishop.

Bishopdale, Yorks., I. 1034.

Bishopric, the. See Durham, bpric. of,

Bishops (prelates), the, I. 93 (2), 201 (p. 92), 202 (p. 103), 261 (p. 124), 457(p.220), 458, 530, 541, 708, 789 (p. 346), 790, 839 (2), 1063, 1106, 1132, 1187, 1315; II. 9, 269, 289, 293, 329–31, 337, 410, 555 (p.210), 592, 864:—App. 19, 33.

-, -, book of. See under Books.

-, -, signatures of, II. 401.

Bishops, heretic, I. 70 x., 1021 (3).

Bishops, letter to, II. 1134.

-, investiture of, II. 408.

Bishop's Castle, Salop, II. 896.

-, letter dated at, II. 222.

Bishop's Lynn. See Lynn.

Bishop's Owburne (qu. Woburn?), II. 275.

Bishop's Waltham, Hants, letter dated, I. 87.

Bishopwilton (Yorks.?), I. 532.

Bisley (Bisteley), Surr., II. g. 1311 (22).

Bissam. See Bisham.

Bisseter, See Bicester.

Bisteley. See Bisley.

Bitam. See Bytham.

Biton. See Bethune.

Bitterlaw, coal field near Newcastle, II. 398.

Biwysterne, Edw., alias Brigges, dec., I. g. 191 (44).

Blacaller, John, II. g. 1150 (30).

Blachenden, John, II. 959.

Blackborough priory (supp.), Norf., I. 251, 510.

-, prioress of. See Dawney, Eliz.

Blackburn (Blakeborn), Lanc., II. 778 (5).

-, proctor of, I. 389.

-, vicar of. See Lynney, Randolph.

Blackburnshire (Blaykeburne, Blakeburne, Blakborn), Lane., I. 7.

Blackcastle, eo. Meath, II. 1310 i. (20):—g. 1008 (35)

Blacke. See Blake.

Black Friar, a II. 1122 (p. 393).

Black Friars, Order of, I. 297, II. 186 (41).

-, -, provincial of, I. 297.

-, -, master general of, I. 297.

Blackheath, Kent, I. 1001.

Blackmoor (Blakamore, Blacomoyre), the, Yorks., I. 6 (p.5), 136, 535, 578, 1019, 1020 ii. 1083; II. 12 (2).

Black Quarters, the, on the Border, I. 687 (p. 303).

Black Wood. the., in Ireland, II. 729, 837 (2), 1310 i. (4).

Blacomoyre. See Blackmoor.

Blade, John of I. 775.

Blagden,— I. 491.

Blagge or Blage, John, I. 494 ii.; II. 172 (2).

-, Robt., II. g. 1311 (3).

Blaikburne, Hob., I. 1030.

Blakamore. See Blackmoor.

Blake (Blacke, Blak), John, I. 581, 581 n.

-, John, prior of Newstead, I. g. 311 (4).

-, Robert, I. 661.

-, Wm., I. 301.

Blakeburne. See Blackburn.

Blake Dyke, Cumb., I. 1259 (4).

Blakemore (Some?), II. 195.

Blakhall, do. Meath, II. 1310 i. (4).

Blakman, Thos., I. 182.

Blakwell, Norf., II. g. 1311 (30).

Blancheard, John, II. g. 191 (49).

Blanchefield (Blaunchefild), lord of, II. 837 (2), 859 (3).

Blanchland (or Alba Landa) Abbey, Nthld., I. g. 311 (36).

-,Wm. Spragen, abbot of, I. g. 311 (36).

Blanch Lion (Blaunchlyon) poursuivant. See James, John.

Bland, John, I. 1004.

Bland, Eliz., I. 685.

Blandeman, Besse, I. 1214 (2).

Blanderhorset. See Blennerhasset.

Blandforthe or Bandforth, —, of Southampton, I. 627 (2).

Blanfeld, Ed., II. 859.

Blangy, in Artois, II. 125 (p. 43).

Blanker. See Blencowe.

Blankney (Blankeney), Linc., II. 187 (4, 6).

Blanko. See Blencowe.

Blesseworth or Plasworth, Beds, and Hunts, II. g. 796 (18).

Blaunchefild. See Blanchefield.

Blaunchlyon. See Blanch Lion.

Blaykeburne. See Blackburn.

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

Blecheden, Gloue. (qu. Blaisdon?), I. g. 795 (42).

Bledney, near Glastonbury, I. 567.

Blencowe (Blenkehow, Blenkow, Blanko, Blanker), Ric., I. 687 (pp. 301, 303); II. 248, 249 (6).

Blenkinsop (Blynkynsop), —, I. 1087; II. 189.

-, (Blenkensoppe), Chr., I. 498 (2), 687 (2 pp. 302, 304).

-, Thos., l. g. 795(4); II. g. 1311 (29).

Blennerhasset (Blanderhorset), Ric., I. 687 (pp. 300–1).

-, (Blanderhasset), Thos., II. 249 (6), 250 (1 ii.).

Blesby, Philip, I. 1207 (13).

Blewett, Ric., II. 1145 (2).

-, Robt., II. 1145 (2).

Blickling, Norf., I. 1316.

Blitheman or Blithman. See Blytheman.

Blofield, John, I. 231.

Blont. See Blount.

Blontwod, Alan, II. 836.

Blood, Edward, II. 693.

Blosius, Papal secretary, II. 312.

Blount (Blunt, Blont), Mr., I. 627 (2); II 895, 1029.

-, George, I. 93, 928; II. 296.

-, John, II. g. 1150 (18).

-, Ric., II. g. 1150 (15).

-, (Blunt), Thos., I. 478 (2), 918 ii.

-, Walter, I. 193.

Bluemantle pursuivant, II. 1060 (p. 373).

Blundell, John, II. g. 411 (1).

Blunt. See Blount..

Blyborogh. See Blythburgh.

Blynkynsop. See Blenkinsop.

Blythburgh (Blyborogh, Blighborowghe), Suff., I. 32.

-, priory of (supp.), I. 510.

Blythe, Thos., chaplain to the quondam of Gisburn, I. 532, 535.

Blytheman (Blitheman, Blithman), Mr. Wm., I. 788, 822 (2), 1018, 1025, 1172, 1214, 1264, 1307, 1326; II. 3, 115, 248.

-, -, letters from, I. 1025, 1264.

Blyth Law, Notts, I. 852.

Bochatino, —, II. 1128 (p. 397).

Bocheard, John, prior of the charterhouse near Coventry. See Coventry.

Bochetel, Guillaume, Secretary of State in France, I. 625; II. 1125, 1202, 1254, 1291, 1294.

-, -, letter from, II. 1125, 1202, 1254, 1291.

-, -, letter to, II. 1294.

-, -, countersignature by, I. 625.

-, -, his wife, II. 1291.

Booking (Bokkyng), Essex, II. g. 191 (40).

-, dean of, mandate to, II. 703.

Bodenham, Thos., II. g. 1150 (18).

Bodkin, Chr., abp. of Tuam, II. 1310 i. (43).

Bodley, —, I. 450.

Bodmin, Cornw., letters dated at, I. 194, 1111.

-, Thos. Prior of, letters from, I. 194, 1111.

Body, John, II. 490, 857, 897.

-, (Bodie), Wm., I. 549, 983, 1027; II. 648.

Bogart, Cornelius, letter from, I. 1249.

Bohemia, II. 819.

Bohemian, a, I. 1196.

Boington. See Boynton.

Boist, Robt., II. 249 (6), 250 (1 ii.).

Bokeham. See Bookham.

Bokemore, I. 313.

Bokenham. See Buckenham.

Bokland. See Buckland.

Bold or Bolde, —, Cromwell's servant, II. 242, 821, 1336n.

Bolen. See Boulogne.

Boleyn, Anne, Queen (executed 1536), I. 786 (p. 342); II. 181 (p. 60 "Lady Anne"), 952, 976, 1122 ii., 1187, 1288 ii., 1304, 1315n, 1343n.

-, her mother, II. 952.

-, her sister, II. 952.

Boleyn, George, lord Rochford (executed 1536), II. 181 (p. 60).

Boleyn, Mary (sister of Anne). See Stafford, Lady Mary.

Boleyn, Sir Thomas, earl of Wiltshire, I. 1008, 1066, 1110, 1199, 1207 (20), 1227 (4); II. 291, 580, 722, 738, 811, 911 (pp. 319–20), 963, 964 (2), 1012, 1060 (p. 378), 1310 i. (20), ii. (9):—g. 1311 (28).

-, -, letters from, II. 580, 722.

-, -, his minstrel, II. 291.

Boleyn, Mr., rector of Winwick, II. 1032.

-, (de Boulogne, Boullyn), Sir Edward, I. 47 (4), 48.

-, John, Carthusian, I. 1232.

-, (Bolen), Sir James, I. 317, 1301, 1316.

-, -, his signature, I. 1301.

-, -, his wife, I. 317.

Bolingbroke (Bullingbroke), Linc., I. 70 ix.

Bolle. See Bull.

Bollene. See Boulogne.

Bolles, John., II. g. 1150 (41).

-, -, Ric., I. 1207 (7).

Bollesover. See Bolsover.

Bolmer. See Bulmer.

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

Bolney, Ant., subprior of Lewes, II. 1101 (2).

Bologna (Bononye), I. 24n., 544, 705, 763, 887; II. 546, 1128 (p. 396).

-, letters dated at, I. 526.

Bolonya, Pety John de, I. 513.

Bolrodry. See Balroddery.

Bolsover (Bollesover), Notts. and Derb., I. g. 539 (15).

Bolter, John, goldsmith, letter from, II. 1145.

Bolton, Yorks., (See also Scrope of Bolton, lord), I. 369 (p. 166), 1034.

-, letters dated at, I. 253; II. 999.

-, abbey of, I. 1186.

-, castle of, I. 1035 (p. 474).

Bolton Percy, Yorks., I. 392.

Bolton, Ric., I. 1178.

Bolys, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (12).

Bomere. See Bulmer.

Bomy (Bomie, Bomme, Boommy), castle, near Therouenne, II. 327, 333, 351, 366–7, 371–2 (p. 152).

Bomy, Truce of (30th July 1537 for 10 months), II. 371, 372, (p. 152), 373,390–1, 418–19, 423, 427, 439, 442, 454, 464, 481, 483, 494, 498, 508, 615, 675, 699, 702, 850, 957, 961.

Bonamicus, Lazarus, I. 24n, 287.

-, -, letter to, I. 287.

Bonar, David, I. 423.

Bonaventure, Thos. See Johnson, Thos.

Bonder or Bond, —, II. 1233.

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

-, Wm., II. g. 1008 (24).

Bone, Henry, I. 1316.

Boner. See Bonner.

Bongate, Westmld., I. 498 (2).

Bonham, Mr., II. 1273.

-, John, I. g. 311 (14); II. g. 1150 (20), 1311 (32).

Boninges, near Guisnes, I. 1275.

Bonner (Boner), Edmund, archdeacon of Leicester, afterwards bishop of London, I. 1244, 1299:—g. 1330 (60); II. 7, 402, 1151 (2,3).

-, -, letters from, I. 1244; II. 7.

Bonnetacque, Antony, I. 906.

Bonnet Verd, the, I. 1190 (2).

Bonney, Peter, II. 151.

Bononye. See Bologna.

Bonvisi (Bonvise), Antonio, II. 1099. 1122.

-, -, his handwriting, II. 1122.

Boode, John, I. 1271 (2).

Bookham (Bokeham), Surr., II. g. 1311 (22).

Books, I. 990; II. 539 (p. 203).

of Cochlæus, I. 790.

of Alesius, I. 790.

the Confessio (Augsburg Confession), I. 181.

the Apoloyia [of Luther], I. 181.

Erasmus' Paraphrase, I. 181.

Metodius, I. 534, 1023.

St. Mathew's Gospel in Hebrew, I. 613.

upon Royal Supremacy, II. 310 (2) against Henry VIII., I. 1315; II. 78 of Capito, on the Mass, &c., II. 315 of the Bishops, I. 1315; II. 289. See next sub-heading.

"The Institution of a Christian Man," commonly called "the Bishops' Book," II. 289, 295, 329, 330, 401–2, 410, 547, 578, 618, 620, 703, 818, 834, 841, 846, 871, 952, (p. 333), 1093 (Catechism), 1151 (2):— App. 33, 37.

Lavacrum Conscientiœ, II. 231.

Burcer's Enarrationes, II. 410.

Burcer's Commentaries, II. 909.

"the book of laws," II. 331 of Henry VIII., II. 404 the Bible in English, II. 434 of Bishop Fisher, II. 952 (p. 333).

New Testament, II. 436 a life of Christ, II. 436 (2) of Mensi, II. 437.

containing matters against melancholy, II. 1022, 1029.

Directorium Fratrum Minorum, II. 1045 heretical ("the new books"), I. 256 (2, 3), 901 (pp. 405, 411), 990.

Boommy. See Bomy.

Boone, Wm., II. 186 (29).

Booth (Bowthe), —, "Hide's man," II. 105, 166.

-, (Bouthe), ——, II. 192.

-, Charles, former bishop of Hereford, I. 742 (2).

-, George, letter to, II. 898.

-, (Bothe, Bouthe, Boythe), John, I. 380 (pp. 175–6); II. 611.

-, (Bothe), Wm., I. g. 1103 (20); II. g. 191 (29).

Boranston cum Alowne, co. Kildare, II. 1310 i. (4).

Bordeaux (Burdes), I. 254, 528, 873; II. 535, 556, 758.

Bordeaux, The. See Scotland, Marches Of.

Bore, David, I. g. 539 (41).

-, John, I. 718.

-, Wm., II. 669.

Borebee. See Borrowby.

Boreby (i.e. Borrowby), Wm. See Morland, Wm.

Boreham, Essex, II. g. 191 (40).

Borgia, Cardinal Of (1536), I. 85.

Borgon in France (qu. Bourgogne), I. 285.

Borne. See Bourne.

Bornell. See Burnell.

Borobie. See Borrowby.

Borough (near Acklam, Yorks.), I. 730 (2).

Borough (Borow, Burgh, Bourgh), Thomas lord, of Gainsborough, I. 6, 199, 380 (pp. 175–7), 590, 734 (2), 1199, 1206, 1207 (20):—g. 1104 (11); II. 186 (29), 187 (6), 1073–4, 1153.

-, -, his servant, Nicholas, I. 380 (pp. 173–4, 176).

Borough (Borro), Lady, I. 260.

-, (Burgh), Elizabeth lady ("young lady Borough"), wife of Sir Thomas, II. 187 (6 ii.), 1073–4, 1153, 1159.

-, -, letters from, II. 1073–4.

-, (Burghe), Sir Edw., I. g. 311 (24).

-, -, Anne his wife, I. g. 311 (24).

-, (Brughe) Sir Thos., I. 734 (2); II. 187 (6 ii.).

-, Sir Thos., s, and h. of Lord Borough, II. 1073–4, 1153.

-, (Borow), Thos., vicar of Mendlesham, II. 81n.

Borowasshe. See Burwash.

Borro. See Borough.

Borrowby (Barraby), Yorks., I. 380 (p. 179).

Borrowby (Borebee, Borobie), John, prior of the White Friars of Searborough, II. 1212 (p. 427).

-, (Burreby), Wm. See Morland, Wm.

Borscoghe. See Burscough.

Borscomb (qu. Boscombe, Wilts?), letter dated, II. 1109.

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

Borthwyk, D., letter from, I. 496.

Bosnia (Bosyna), Pacha (Bassau) of, I. 310.

Bosons, Mons. de, II. 1072.

Bossher, Gerald, II. 898 (6).

Bossn, Captain, French leader, II. 1040.

Boston, Linc., I. 531 ii., 531n; II. 2, 187 (4, 6), 771.

Boston, ——, prior (former) of Spalding, II. 2.

-, Wm. See Westminster, abbot of.

Boswell, ——, formerly Wolsey's servant, II. 536.

-, John, II. g. 1008 (43).

-, Miles, I. 201 (p. 89).

Bosyna. See Bosnia.

Botcherby, near Carlisle, II. 249 (5, 6).

Boteler. See Butler.

Bothe. See Booth.

Botleye. See Butley.

Botolff, Gregory, letter to, II. 1118.

-, John, letter from, II. 1118.

-, -, his wife, II. 1118.

Boton. See Button.

Botry, Wm., II. 186 (6).

Botton. See Button.

Boucher, Geoff., I. g. 539 (11).

Bouchier. See Bourchier.

Boughton, Chesh., II. 597.

Boughton (Bukton), Norf., II. g. 1311 (30).

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

Boughton under Blean, Kent, I. 1318.

-, vicar of. See Sponer, Edw.

Boughton (Boveton), Sir Edw., II. g. 1311 (28).

Boullyn. See Boulogne.

Boulognais (Boullenoys), the district of Boulogne, I. 1107.

Boulogne (Bolen, Bollene, Boloigne, Bullen, Bollen), I. 49, 58, 111, 273, 346, 404, 461, 495, 501, 515, 598, 611–2, 624, 659, 760, 813, 869, 884–5, 1016, 1047, 1074, 1197, 1261; II. 15, 106, 116, 149, 566, 650, 903, 987, 1039, 1136.

-, letters dated at, I. 325, 403, 476, 502, 509, 554, 587; II. 15, 223, 252, 306, 325, 342, 508, 541, 558, 584, 608–9, 614, 643, 879, 899, 981, 1130, 1200:—App. 2.

-, merchandise arrested at, I. 476, 522, 554.

-, seneschal or captain of. See Du Bies, Oudart.

-, compagnons of, detained at Calais, I. 502, 509, 554, 560, 587.

-, lieutenant of. See Vervins, sieur de.

-, castle of, II. 987.

Boulogne, Sire Edouart de. See Boleyn, Sir Edw.

Boulond. See Bowland.

Bounten, Thos., I. 734 (8).

Bourbon (Borbayn), Lewis de, cardinal, abp. of Sens, I. 12.

Bourbourg (Brouchr.), in Flanders, letter from the burgomaster, &c., II. 1058.

-, letters dated, II. 1058–9.

Bourchier or Bousher, lord (an error for Butler), II. 911n.

Bourchier (Bowser), Sir Henry. See Essex, earl of.

-, (Bourghchier), James, II. g. 617 (5).

-, (Bouchier), Sir John, II. 911 ii.

Bourchiers, the, sons of the late lord Berners, I. 583.

Bourgh. See Borough.

Bourgogne (?Borgon), in France, I. 285.

Bourke or Bowrke, ——, McWilliam (Make Vyllam) of Clanricard, II. 1052.

-, Roland, Romish bishop of Clonfert, II. 1052.

-, Uleck (Vylloke), II. 1052.

Bourn (Borne), Camb., II. g. 1311 (20).

Bourne (Borne, Burne), Linc., I. 380:—g. 795 (46), 1330 (24).

-, abbey of (supp.), I. 380.

Bonrnyn, John, II. 1140.

Bourowe, Wm., of Yarmouth, I. 718.

Bours, Madam de. See Rouaud, Anne.

-, Mons. de, I. 487, 719, 834.

-, -, a nephew of, I. 487.

Bousshyn (in Hainault?), I. 1293.

Bouthe. See Boothe.

Bouton moor, near Kendal, I. 914 (p. 416).

Boveton. See Boughton.

Bovey Tracy, Devon, II. g. 1008 (19).

Bovolona, near Ostiglia, in Lombardy, II. 791.

Bowdonston, in Ireland, II. 1310 i. (43).

Bowe Castle. See Bewcastle.

Bowells, John, I. 572.

Bowen, ——, II. 208.

Bower, Nthld., I. 799.

Bower. See Bowyer.

Bowers (Bowres) Gifford, Essex, II. g. 191 (40).

Bowes (Bows, Bowys, Bowies, Boys), Rorert, I. 6 (pp. 5, 6, 7), 20, 29 (1–2), 86, 146, 154–6, 171, 200, 201 (p. 92), 259, 306 (p. 138), 369, 370 (p. 168), 392 (pp. 184, 191–3). 393, 466, 498, 615, 698 (1, 3), 775, 786 (p. 342), 787–9, 870, 900 (3), 901 (pp. 409–12), 919, 945, 946 (2), 1011 (p. 454), 1013 (pp. 457–8), 1021 (3), 1022 (pp. 466–7), 1025, 1035, 1087 (p. 498), 1089 (pp. 502–3), 1090, 1092, 1106, 1156, 1175 (pp. 540–1), 1192, 1207 (1), 1264, 1307:—g. 795 (4); II. 43, 100, 102 (2, 3, 4, 5), 193, 250 (2), 345, 589, 650, 652, 712, 732, 914. 1076, 1212, 1231:—g. 1150 (11), 1311 (29).

-, -, signature of, I. 615, 870; II. 1076, 1231.

Bowes, ——, receiver at Nottingham, I. 201 (p. 95), 370 (p. 169).

-, ——, "young Bowes," I. 369, 392 (p. 191), 1092.

-, (Bowyes), ——, I. 236.

-, ——, goldsmith, II. 516.

-, Mr., II. 1235.

-, George I. 29 (2), 775, 1207 (4).

-, Martin, of the Mint, I. 1150.

-, Ric., I. 6 (p. 7), 29 (2), 392 (p. 191), 775, 1011; II. 189.

Bowier. See Bowyer.

Bowies. See Bowes.

Bowkastell. See Bewcastle.

Bowland (Boulond), Lanc. and Yorks., I. 6 (p. 6).

-, forest of, I. 518.

-, -, bow bearer of. See Tempest, Nich.

-, -, keeper of. See Banester, Henry.

Bowland, Humph., II. g. 1008 (4).

Bowling alleys, I. g. 1103 (14).

Bowlo monastery, in Flanders, II. 725.

Bowmer. See Bulmer.

Bowntten. See Boynton.

Bowrght. See Brough.

Bowring, ——, II. 1014.

Bowrke. See Bourke.

Bowser, James, II. 159.

Bowser. See Bourchier.

Bowsfell, Edw., I. 498 (2).

-, Hen., I. 498 (2).

-, John, I. 498 (2).

Bowslade, Wilts, I. g. 311 (33).

Bowthe. See Booth.

Bowyer or Bower, John, II. 800.

-, (Boyer, Bowier. Bower), Richard, alias Stirley, I. 306, 698, 749, 901 (p. 405), 1089 (p. 503–4); II. 186 (21, 23 ii., 50), 400.

-, -, letters from, I. 749; II. 186 (21), 400.

-, -, statement by, I. 306.

-, William, alderman, I. 412; II. 1009.

-, -, letter from, I. 412.

Bowyes. See Bowes.

Boxgrave, Suss., letter dated at, I. 747.

-, manor of, I. 2.

-, parsonage of, I. 2.

-, priory (supp.) of, I. 2, 747; II. g. 1008 (19).

-, -, lands of, I. 2.

-, -, Thos. Myles, prior of, II. g. 1008 (19).

Boxley, Kent, abbot of, II. 1151 (2, 3).

Boxworth, John and Joan, II. 1256 (2).

Boy, Peter, "horseman," Irish traitor, II. 1310 i. (45).

Boyce, Mr., I. 1149.

Boyce, Brian, II. 1181, 1231.

-, John, father of Brian, II. 1181, 1231.

Boyer. See Bowyer.

Boyes, or Boyse, John, II. g. 1150 (13), 1311 (28).

-, Wm., II. g. 1311 (28).

Boyne, the Irish river, II. 1288 ii.

Boynton, ——, I. 369 (p. 166).

-, lady, or Mrs., I. 789; II. 1060 (p. 374).

-, (Bowntten, Boignton), Matthew, I. 161, 164, 174, 248. 271, 304, 1019, 1020 ii., 1159 iii., 1172 (2), 1207 (4), 1254:—g. 1330 (19); II. 1151 (3).

-, -, letters from, I, 164, 1254.

-, -, letter to, I. 304.

-, -, his brother William, I. 164.

-, -, wife of, d. of Sir J. Bulmer, I. 304.

Boys. See Bowes.

Boyse. See Boyes.

Boythe. See Booth.

Bozom, John, II. 21.

Brabant, and the Brabançons, I. 60 (p. 30), 801:—g. 539 (8); II. 1059.

Brabazon, Wm., vice-treasurer of Ireland (sometimes called "treasurer," or Mr. Treasurer, and treasurer of the wars) I. 221, 357, 394–6, 405, 503–4, 549–50, 894, 963, 983, 1027, 1066–7, 1077, 1241, 1288 (2); II. 76, 146, 256, 281, 380–2, 384, 387, 388 (3), 414, 507, 531, 762–3, 786, 826, 874, 898, 963, 1052, 1096, 1124, 1288, 1300, 1302, 1310, 1310 i. (46), ii. (1, 6).

-, -, letters from, I. 221, 549–50, 894, 1027, 1066–7, 1241, 1288.

-, -, letters to, I. 504; II. 387, 826, 1052.

-, -, signature of, I. 394–5, 405, 983; II. 146, 281, 507, 1124.

-, -, his accounts, II. 384, 1096, 1288, 1310.

-, -, -, detailed, II. 1310.

-, -, handwriting of, II. 1300.

Brabourne, Kent, II. g. 1008 (14).

Brabyn, Thos., of King's Hall, Cambridge, letter from, I. 876.

Brackenborough (Brakynbarow), Yorks., I. 139.

Brakenbury (Brakinbury, Brakenburie, Brokenbury), Anth., I. 392 (p. 191), 788, 1011.

-, Stephen, I. 148.

Brackland (Braghnoll) castle, in Ireland, II. 76, 86, 1288.

Bradfeld (Bradfild) John, I. 17 (2), 589 (2), 1230; II. 564.

Bradfield (Brodfyld), Berks,, II. 1256 (2).

-, parson of. See Barton, George.

Bradford manor, Chesh., I. 694.

Bradforde, ——, monk of Sawley, I. 1034 (p. 473); II. 291 ii.

-, Chr., II. 186 (16).

-, (Bradeforthe), Edw., I. 1090 (p. 506).

-, John, II. g. 1008 (30).

-, Ralph, II. 402.

-, Ric., II. g. 1311 (34).

-, Walter, II. 186 (14, 23).

Brading, I. of Wight, I. g. 539 (45).

Bradley, or Brodley, Thos., I. 581 ii. 581 n.

-, Thos., priest, II. 1212 (p. 428).

Bradrowd. See Brederode.

Bradwell, Essex, II. g. 191 (40).

Bradyll, John, II. 778 (7).

Bragadeno, Laur., I. 24–5.

Bragden, John, II. 496.

Braghnoll. See Brackland.

Braintree (Branktre), Essex, I. g. 1103 (3); II. g. 191 (40).

Braiseworth (Brisworth), Suff., I. g. 1103 (11).

Braithmere in Hatfield, Yorks., I. g. 539 (43).

Braithwaite (Brathwat), Jas., depositions of, I. 965.

-, Ric., II. 186 (43).

-, (Brathwayte), Tristram, II. 936.

Brakden, Wm. See Northampton, St. James' Abbey, abbot of..

Brakinbury. See Brackenbury.

Brakland. See Brackland.

Brakyn, Thos., II. g. 1150 (22).

Brakynbarow. See Brackenborough.

Brambrough, Suss. (qu. Bramber?), II. g. 1008 (19).

Bramford, ——, late abbot of Wymondham, II. 682.

Bramham (Brameham) Moor, Yorks., I. 392 (p. 191).

Brampton, Derb., II. g. 1008 (9).

Brampton, Hunts, II. 187 (4, 7):—g. 411 (16).

Brampton (Norf.?), II. 141.

Brampton, Sir John., dec., of Brampton Hall, Norf., I. 692.

Bramsey. See Ramsey.

Bramshawe (Bremshawe), Hants, I. g. 1103 (2).

Bramshot, Suss. (sic. Qu. Hants?), II. g. 1008 (19).

Bramthewthe (or Burnthewth) Oke, Cumb. I. 687 (p. 301).

Bramweyth (Branthwaite?), Cumb., I. 687 (p. 301).

Bran. See Brian.

Brancepeth (Branspeth, Branspath, Brauncepeth), Dham., I. 29, 139.

-, letters dated at, I. 148, 919; II. 942.

Brandenburg, George Margrave of, I. 986.

Brandewode. See Brentwood.

Brandisby. See Brandsby.

Brandon Ferry, Yorks., I. 1045 (2).

Brandsburton (Brandesberton, Braynesburton), Yorks, bailey of, I. 141, 201 (pp. 95, 97), 370 (p. 168).

Brandsby (Bransby, Brandesby), Dr., I. 535, 786 ii., 788, 1011 (pp. 454–5), 1021.

Brankeston. See Branxton.

Branktre. See Braintree.

Bransby, Yorks., I. 1018.

Branston (Braunston), Linc., II. 187 (4, 5 ii., 6).

Branthwaite (Brawnthwat, Branthaite), Cumb. I. 498 (2), 687 (p. 301? Bramweyth), 1214 (2); II. 248, 249 (6), 250 (1 ii.).

Brantingham. Yorks., I. 392 (p. 185).

Branxton (Brankestone), Nthld., II. 249.

Brasse, Henry, 1. 478 (2), 918.

Brathwat, &c. See Braithwaite.

Braton. See Brayton.

Braues, near Calais, I. 1075.

Braughin (Brawghing), Herts, II. 1027.

Brauncepeth. See Brancepeth.

Braunston. See Branston.

Braunton (Branton), Devon, II. 182.

Brawghing. See Braughin.

Brawnthwat. See Branthwaite.

Bray (Braye), Berks, II. 783, 975;—g. 1311 (22).

Bray (Bree), in co. Wicklow, II. 1097.

Bray, Lady, II. 275, 1060 (p. 374).

Bray, Edmund lord, I. 1207 (20); II. 275, 754 (2), 911 (pp. 319–20), 1060 (pp. 373–4):—g. 1150 (12).

Bray, Sir Edward, II. g. 1150 (18).

-, James, II. 898 (11).

Braybon, Rob., II. 247.

Braylisfurthe, John, I. g. 1330 (29).

Brayn, or Brayne, Ric., I. g. 1105 (16); II. g. 191 (30), 1150 (33).

Braynerd, bailly of, II. 210 ii.

Braynesburton. See Brandsburton.

Braynford. See Brentford.

Brayton (Braton, Breyton), Yorks., vicar of. See Maunsell, Thomas.

Brazil, batons from, II. 1262.

Brechin, in Scotland. See Erskine, of Brechin.

Brecknock (Brekenok), in Wales, I. g. 539 (2); II. 896.

-, castle of, II. 896.

Brecknock (Breknok), Lewis, prior of Farleigh, II. g. 617 (1).

Breda, in the Netherlands, treaty signed at (1525), II. 372 (p. 152 n.).

Bredenarde, I. 441.

Brederode (Bradrowd, Breid Rood), the lord of, I. 364; II. 125, 390, 442.

-, -, his daughter, II. 1172.

-, -, -, her mother, II. 1172.

Bredgar, Kent, II. g. 1311 (16).

Bredlyngton. See Bridlington.

Bree. See Bray.

Breerton. See Brereton.

Bregham. See Brigham.

Bregis. See Bruges.

Bregtanie. See Brittany.

Bremaughe, Adam, II. 837.

Bremelcum, William, I. 610, 1188.

-, -, letter from, I. 610.

Bremhill (Bromyll), Wilts, I. g. 1103 (2).

Bremmycham. See Birmingham.

Bremshawe. See Bramshawe.

Bread ..., the captain of, II. 355.

Brendwood. See Brentwood.

Brenes, the. See O'Briens; also Byrnes.

Brennaugh, Edm., II. 837 (2).

-, Ric., II. 837 (2).

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

Brenne. See O'Brien.

Brentford (Braynford, Braynefforde), Midd., I. 806, 821; II. 67.

Brenthall, Essex, II. g. 191 (40).

Brenton. See Brinton.

Brentwood (Brandewode, Brendwood), Essex, I. 32; II. g. 191 (9).

Brereton, Chesh., letter dated, II. 597.

Brereton (Briertoune), John, letter from, II. 131.

-, (Breerton), Sir Ranulph, I. g. 539 (42).

-, Randulf, dec., II. 58 ii., 597 ii.

-, -, his widow and children, II. 597 ii.

-, Roger, letter to, I. 950.

-, Urian (Eryon a Brereton), II. 1151 (3).

-, (Breerton, Bruton), Wm. (executed 1536), I. 347, 1110, 1170:—g. 311 (50), 795 (38); II. 181 (p. 60).

-, Sir Wm., deputy chamberlain of Chester, I. 130, 1282; II. 58, 597, 1215.

-, -, letters from, I. 130; II. 58, 597.

Brerewood. See Brewood.

Brescia, in Italy, I. 556 (p. 259).

Bresme, in Picardy, I. 325.

Bresse, in France, I. 1107.

Brest, in France; II. 1006.

Bretons (Brytons), individual, I. 1294 (2); II. 898 (8), 987, 1151 (2), 1325.

Bretons, mariners, I. 800; II. 208.

Bretten, Kath., II. 436 (2).

-, Ric., prior of Royston, I. 571.

Breuxelles. See Brussels.

Brewer (Bruer, Brewar), Thos., I. 702; II. 1256 (2).

Brewers, I. 37.

Brewood, Staff., White Nuns of (the White Ladies), I. 638.

Brewood or Brerewood (Brerwod), Dr., I. 764, 835, 1106; II. 557.

Brewster, ——, I. 380 (p. 179).

Breyton. See Brayton.

Brian (Bryan, Brien, Bran, Briant), Sir Francis, I. 849, 865, 869, 884, 939, 949, 953, 962, 987, 996, 1032, 1039, 1068, 1089, 1094, 1123, 1137, 1166, 1219, 1235, 1238, 1261, 1273:—App. 4; II. 78, 105, 126, 166, 264, 275, 807–8, 810, 821, 827, 911 (pp. 319–20), 958, 973 ix., 975, 1177, 1191, 1209 (p. 425), 1210–11, 1244, 1285:—g. 1008 (10).

-, -, letters from, I. 884; II. 275, 810, 1177, 1191.

-, -, letters to, I. 865, 939, 1032, 1235, 1238.

Brian, lady Margaret, letter from, I. 1099.

Brian, of Barton-upon-Humber, II. 85.

-, (Bryan), John, I. 498 (2), 788–9; II. 1208 (2).

-, Thos., I. 339, 255; II. 85.

-, Wm., II. 974.

Briançon (Brienson), in France; II. 1040, 1253.

Bricket, ——, king's servant, I. 914 (p. 417).

-, (Briket), John, master-cook, I. g. 1330 (28); II. g. 1311 (15).

Brickhill (Brykkell), Little-, Bucks, II. 275.

Bridekirk, Cumb., I. 1214 (2).

Bridgenorth (Bruggenorth, Brigenorth), Salop, I. 808; II. 770, 1299:—g. 411 (13).

Bridges or Brigges (Briggis, Brudges), Sir John, I. g. 311 (14); II. 911 ii., 1323:—App. 46:—g. 1008 (18), 1150 (18, 33).

-, -, letters from, II. 1323:—App. 46.

-, Ric., II. 975:—g. 1311 (29).

-, (Bryges) Robt., II. g. 1311 (35.).

-, Thos., II. 157.

Bridgese. See Bruges.

Bridgewater, Soms., II. 716 (2), 898 (4 ii.).

Bridlington (Birlington, Byrlington, Birdlington, Bryddylton, Bredlyngton, Brynglynton), Yorks., I. 1019, 1207 (8), 1257, 1307; II. 1151 (3).

-, letters dated at, I. 1237–8, 1254; II. 82, 92.

-, priory of, I. 136, 479, 1019, 1021 (3), 1172, 1192, 1214, 1218, 1237, 1254, 1257, 1264–5, 1307 (2); II. 14, 34, 35, 36, 82, 92, 159, 161, 190, 234, 432, 1083, 1111.

-, a canon of, I. 1021 (3).

-, Wm. Wood. prior (abbot) of, I. 369, 698, 777, 1019, 1020 ii., 1021 (3), 1087 (pp. 496, 499), 1088 (1, 2), 1199 (2, 3), 1207 (8), 1227, 1285:—g. 1330 (1); II. 41, 1111.

-, -, examination of, I. 1019.

-, -, evidence against, I. 1087 (p. 499).

-, bailiff of, I. 1021 (3).

-, haven of, I. 1307 (2).

-, church and shrine at, II. 34, 35, 92.

Brien. See Brian.

Brienson. See Briançon.

Brierley (Bryerley), (Staff?), I. 1263.

Briertoune. See Brereton.

Brigenorth. See Bridgenorth.

Brigges. See Bridges.

-, Edw., alias Biwysterne, dec., II. g. 191 (44).

Brigham (Bregham), Cumb., I. 498 (2), 1214 (2).

Brigham, Nthld., I. g. 1103 (29).

Brigham, ——, Norfolk's servant, I. 731 (p. 323), 1184.

-, John, I. 248.

-, Thos., I. 1019.

Bright, Henry, priest, II. 1247.

-, Thos., II. 247, 1151 (3), 1247–8, 1255, 1276, 1297.

-, -, letter from, II. 1248.

-, -, confession of, II. 1247.

Brightman, Thos., II. 1192.

Brighton (Bryghelmeston, Bright Hempston, &c.), Suss., I. 941; II. g. 1008 (3, 19), 1311 (17).

Brigstock, Ntht., I. 677.

-, letters dated at, I. 701; II. 8, 1068, 1102.

Brikehed, Miles, II. g. 1008 (19).

Briket. See Brickett.

Briknoll, John; II. g. 1150 (30).

Brindisi (Brundusium), in Italy, II. 484.

Brinon, John, seigneur d'Humières, marshal of France (1537), I. 556 (p. 259), 625, 647; II. 987, 1040.

Brinton (Brenton), Norf., II. g. 191 (27).

Brion, Philip Chabot, sieur de, high admiral of Frances, I. 203, 285, 462, 556 (p. 259), 600, 664, 704, 762; II. 472, 494, 759, 1025, 1040 (p. 364).

-, -, his maître d'hotel, I. 203.

Brisley (Bryseley), Norf., II. 487:—g. 1311 (30).

Bristol (Bristow), I. 308 (p. 140), 394 (2), 508, 782, 873, 875, 1147; II. 208, 443, 551, 556, 596, 613, 898 (8), 1314.

-, letters dated at, I. 233; II. 606, 694, 716, 758, 1069.

-, sedition at, I. 508, 1147.

-, mayor of, II. 444, 556. See Abingdon, Ric.

-, recorder of, (i. e., the deputy-recorder; Cromwell himself was recorder), II. 444, 556.

-, St. James' fair, II. 208.

-, Christchurch, I. 1147 (pp. 528–9).

-, Grey Friars, warden of, I. 508, 1147.

-, Guildhall, I. 1147.

-, Friars Preachers, prior of. See Oliver, Wm.

-, St. Augustine's near, II. 1310 i. (26, 39), 1314.

-, -, abbot of, I. 875.

-, St. Mary Redcliff, I. 1147 vi.

-, St. Owen's (Awence), parson of. See Rawlins, John.

Bristwell, Yorks., II. 1341.

Briswoode, Wm., I. g. 539 (11); II. g. 191 (25).

Brisworth. See Braiseworth.

Britanny (Bregtanie, Brytayne), I. 718, 1055; II. 301, 393, 1040, 1325.

Brixham, Devon, I. g. 795 (35).

Broadwood Widger (Broddwood W.), Devon; II. g. 796 (3).

Brock. See Broke.

Brocklesby (Brokylsby), Robert, I. 849 (p. 383), 1207 (7).

Brockton in Baswich, Staff., II. g. 411 (13? Broketon Ulner).

Broddwood. See Broadwood.

Broderton. See Brotherton.

Brodfyld. See Bradfield.

Brodley. See Bradley.

Brodwen, John, priest, letter from, II. App. 27.

Broghton. See Broughton.

Brokam, Peter, I. g. 1330 (52).

Brokden, Wm., abbot of St. James' beside Northampton, q. v.

Broke or Brooke, ——, II. 438, 1296.

-, ——, common serjeant of London, II. 1151 (2, 3).

-, ——, of the King's head, II. 369.

-, ——, of Calais, I. 186; II. 676, 1029.

-, (Brock), Mr., I. 260, 1285.

-, David, II. g. 1008 (18), 1150 (33).

-, Sir George. See Cobham, lord.

-, John, of the Boores in Eastchepe, II. 256.

-, Rob., II. 764:—g. 1008 (45).

-, Thos., I. 489, 693.

-, Wm., Carthusian, I. 1232.

Brokenbury. See Brackenbury.

Brokenhaugh, Nthld., II. g. 411 (17).

Brokesby, Thos., letter from, II. 693.

Broketon Ulner Grange, Staff., II. g. 411 (13).

Brokett, Edw., I. g. 1330 (20); II. g. 1150 (41).

Brokis, Thos., I. 700.

Brokweir (Glouc.?), I. g. 795 (16).

Brokylsby. See Brocklesby.

Brome. See Broome.

Brome (Browne, Brone), Sir John, of Oxfordshire, I. g. 539 (19); II. 157, 911 ii.:—g. 1150 (15).

-, Thos., clk., I. g. 311 (6).

Bromefeld, Geoff., I. g. 1330 (14).

Bromeflete, Wm., I. 1019.

Bromeham. See Burnham.

Bromeholme, in Bacton parish, Norf., II. g. 1311 (30).

-, priory (supp.), I. 317, 510, 512.

-, -, the Cross of, I. 317, 512.

Bromel, Thos., II. 87.

Bromham, II. 249 (3 ii.).

Bromley (Bromeley), Essex, II. g. 191 (40).

Bromley (Bromleghe), Kent, I. g. 795 (26).

-, letter dated at, II. 420.

-, priest of. See Fisher, Matth.

Bromley, Mr., II. 770.

Brompton (Brumpton), Thos., I. 581, 581 n, 593.

Bromshall (Bromshilf), Staff., I. 193.

Bromyll. See Bremhill.

Brone. See Brome.

Brook. See Broke.

Broome (Brome), Norf., II. g. 1311 (24).

Broome (Brome), Suff., I. g. 1103 (11).

Broomsthorpe (Bromesthorpe), Norf., I. g. 1330 (26).

Brotherton, John à, II. 665 (2).

-, or Broderton, Ric., I. 490–1.

Broucbr. See Bourbourg.

Broucq, Jean, II. 643.

Brough (Burgh, Browgh, Burght, Bowrght) under Stainmoor, Westmld., I. 498 (2), 687 (2 pp. 302, 304).

-, vicar of. See Thompson, Robert.

Brough Sowerby (Sorbye), Westmld., I. 498 (2).

Brougham (Browham) Castle, Westmld., I. 419; II. 249 (3 ii.).

Broughton (Browghton), Great and Little, Cumb., I. 18; II. 398.

Broughton (Browghton, Broghton), Oxon, II. 518, 610:—g. 1008 (5, 26).

-, priest of. See Crowley, Ric.

Broughton Astley (Assheley), Leic., II. g. 1150 (25).

Broughton, John, monk of Furnees, I. 841 (1?, 3 i. pp. 370–1, ii., 4), 1089 (p. 504).

Broun. See Browne.

Browghtoon, John, I. 572.

Browham. See Brougham.

Browne (Browen), Sir Anthony, I. 84, 201 (2), 225, 291, 293, 319–320, 332, 351, 362, 421–2, 478, 498, 552–3, 594, 596, 614, 646 n, 651, 849, 916, 1008, 1175 ii., 1239, 1266, 1291; II. 242, 445, 911 (pp. 319–20), 973 v.:—g. 1311 (34).

-, -, letters from, I. 351, 552–3, 596.

-, -, letter to, I. 320.

-, -, his brother, I. 1239, 1266.

-, -, instructions for, I. 225.

-, -, Alice his wife, II. g. 1311 (34).

Browne, George, archbp. of Dublin, I. 70 xii., 394–5, 405, 960, 983, 1027, 1077; II. 146, 281, 376, 760–1, 1309.

-, -, letters from, II. 760–1.

-, -, letter to, II. 376.

-, -, signature of, I. 394–5, 405, 983; II. 146, 281.

Brown, Browne or Broun, ——, I. 334; II. 986.

-, ——, of Hull, I. 392 (pp. 186–7. See Notes).

-, ——, of Kendal, I. 914 (p. 416).

-, ——, of Louth, I. 1213.

-, Lady, II. 973 iii., 1060 (p. 374).

-, Mrs., I. 313, 1223–4.

-, Adrian, II. 830.

-, Ant., II. 196.

-, Chr., monk of Furness, I. 841 (2, 3 p. 371).

-, Clement, II. 1101 (2).

-, Edm., I. 424.

-, Edw., II. 1282.

-, Etheldreda, I. g. 1330 (6).

-, Eustace, II. 1310 i. (43).

-, Ewan, I. 518.

-, Francis, I. 1315:—g. 1104 (10); II. 196:—g. 1150 (16).

-, George, I. 1291.

-, Gilbert, II. 186 (69).

-, Humphrey, serjeant-at-law, I. 1199 (3 ii.):—g. 1330 (6, 12); II. 805:—App. 42:—g. 1008 (31).

-, -, letter from, II. App. 42.

-, -, Eliz. his wife, I. g. 1330 (6).

-, Sir John. See Brome, Sir John.

-, John, I. 612, 1098, 1268:—g. 1330 (6); II. g. 796 (14).

-, -, petition of, I. 1098.

-, Peter, I. 1268 ii.

-, Ric. I. 392 (p. 193), 1214 (2); II. 898 (6).

-, Robt. I. g. 539 (7); II. 611, 864, 1094:—g. 1150 (42).

-, Robt., of Louth, I. 380 (p. 178).

-, Roger, mercer, I. 1263.

-, Rowland, I. 959.

-, Thomas, I. 701, 718 (3):—g. 1104 (40); II. 1310 II. (3):—g. 1150 (16).

-, Walter, parish priest of Kendal (2nd curate), I. 370 (2 ii.), 384, 914 (p. 417).

-, Walter, of Malrancan, II. 135, 898 (5, 6).

-, -, letter from, II. 135.

-, Sir Weston, II. 186 (17).

-, Wm., II. 1181.

Brownesford, the baron of, II. 837 (2).

Brownyng, Wm., I. 567; II. 196.

Brudenell, Thos., I. 1207 (5); II. 1247:—g. 1150 (18).

Brudgys. See Bridges.

Bruer. See Brewer.

-, Hugh. See Maister, Hugh.

Bruern Abbey (supp.), Oxon, I. g. 539 (19), 1103 (27).

Bruges (Bridgese, Bregis), in Flanders, I. 1196; II. 93, 371, 442, 464, 509, 543, 598 (2).

-, letters dated at, II. 464, 504, 633–5, 699, 709.

Bruggenorth. See Bridgenorth.

Brughe. See Borough.

Bruisyard (Brusyard), Suff., II. g. 1103 (11).

-, Abbey, II. g. 411 (10).

-, -, Mary Page, abbess of, II. g. 411 (10).

Brumpton. See Brompton.

Brundusium. See Brindisi.

Brunfelde Ocke, beside Carlisle, I. 687 (p. 301).

Bruscheto, —, II. 1128 (p. 397).

Brusse, Joan, II. 247.

Brussells (Breuxelles), I. 54, 562, 1052–3 (pp. 480–1), 1135, 1243, 1260; II. 25, 31, 73, 128, 464, 574, 709, 725.

-, letters dated at, I. 331, 924, 997, 1061, 1135, 1161, 1167–8, 1174, 1220, 1292–3, 1305–6; II. 25, 26, 825, 957, 1172, 1187–8, 1240, 1243.

Brusset, Anthoine, captain of Gravelines, letters from, I. 49, 58, 111, 273, 404, 515, 624, 813, 1047, 1071–2, 1197; II. 54, 359, 454, 543, 719.

-, -, other references, I. 417, 471; II. 38, 138, 574.

-, -, his wife, II. 359.

Brusyard. See Bruisyard.

Bruton. See Brereton.

Bruyn, Piers, II. 58 ii., 597 ii.

Bryche. See Birch.

Bryckedale, Hugh, I. 1320.

Bryde, Thos., II. 1208 (2).

Brygcaston or Brigcasterton. See Casterton Brigg.

Bryghelmeston. See Brighton.

Brykkell. See Brickhill.

Brymmyngeham, &c. See Birmingham.

Brynglynton. See Bridlington.

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

Brytayne. See Britanny.

Brytons. See Bretons.

Brytyngie, Mons. de, alias Johan de Quitana-donys. See Quintana Dueñas, Juan de.

Bubwith, Yorks., I. 1224.

Bucer, Martin, letter from, II. 969.

-, -, letter to, II. 410.

Buckby (Bukby), Long-. See Bugby.

Buckden (Bukden), Hunts, letter dated at, II. 662.

Bucke,——, I. 54.

Buckenham or Bokenham, Old-;, Norf., I. 1268.

-, Horsecroft Street, I. 1268.

-, abbey or priory (supp.) of, I. 455 ii., 510, 1268:—g. 1330 (26).

Buckenham, St. Andrew, Norf., I. 1268.

Buckenham, Will., clk., II. g. 1008 (17).

Buckfast or Buckfastleigh, Devon, abbot of, I. 438 (p. 211).

Buckford, —, serjeant-at-arms, I. 129.

Buckholt (Bukholt) park. II. 1169.

Buckingham, I. 456; II. 275.

-, church of, I. 456 ii.; II. 1068 ii.

-, fair at, I. 456.

Buckingham, archdeacon of. See Layton Dr. Ric.

Buckingham, Edward Stafford duke of (beheaded 1521), father of Eliz, countess of Norfolk, I. 1078 n.:—g. 795 (14), 1103 (31); II. 186 (22), 187 (6), 976:—g. 796 (5), 1311 (26).

Buckinghamshire or Bucks, I. 757 ii.; II. 975, 1171, 1314:—g. 1150 (18).

-, sheriff of, II. 275. See Bedfordshire.

Buckland (Bokland, Buklande), Thomas, I. 654, 661, 718 (2).

-, -, his brother, I. 654.

Buckmaster, Dr. Wm., vice-chancellor of Cambridge, II. 402–3.

Bucknall, Linc., II. g. 191 (41).

Buckrose (Bukrose), Yorks., I. 1019, 1087 (p. 496).

Buclere, Mr., II. 273.

Bucock, —, II. 918.

Buda, in Hungary, I. 986; II. 819.

Budnaw or Budnor, near Northill, Beds, II. 458.

Buele. See Bewley.

Bueren. See Buren.

Bugbury, Worc., II. g. 796 (19).

Bugbye or Long Buckby, Ntht., II. 1269.

-, letter dated at, I. 757.

Buildwans (Bildwas), Salop, II. 411 (13).

-, abbey (supp.) of, II. g. 411 (13).

-, -, Stephen Grene, abbot of, II. g. 411 (13).

-, -, Emery, former abbot of, II. g. 411 (13).

Buildwas, Little-, Salop, II. g. 411 (13).

Bukden. See Buckden.

Bukkery, Henry, Observant friar, II. 1045, 1076–7, 1231.

Buklee, Nthld., I. 799.

Buklondynam, Soms., I. g. 311 (33).

Bukton. See Boughton.

Bulas, Mr., II. 758.

Bulde, Robt., I. 19.

Bulkeley, Dr., master of Chancery, II. 255, 1117.

-, -, letter to, II. 255.

-, Dr. Arthur, of the Arches, II. 998.

-, (Bulkley), Charles, I. 1152:—g. 311 (14); II. 109 (2), 1287:—g. 1150 (18, 20); 1311 (32).

-, -, letter from, II. 1287.

-, Ric., archdeacon of Anglesey, dec., I. 1154 n.

-, Sir Ric., acting chamberlain of N. Wales, letters from, I. 507, 655, 1154; II. 858, 998.

-, -, his father and grandfather, II. 858.

-, Thomas, I. 895.

Bull, —, II. 1270.

-, (Bulle), Morys, II. 672, 764.

-, Nic., I. 1150.

-, (Bolle), Thos., mayor of Plymouth, letters from, I. 153; II. 480.

-, Thos., II. g. 1008 (10).

-, Wm., II. g. 1008 (10).

Bullen. See Boulogne.

Bullingbroke. See Bolingbroke.

Bulls (pardons, dispensations, &c.) from Rome, I. 742 (2), 755–6, II. 258, 1288 (3):—App. 14.

Bulmer, Essex, L. g. 795 (8).

Bulmer, Yorks., I. 1277; II. 44, 92.

Bulmer, Parson, uncle of Sir John, I. 1277.

-, Anne, letter from, II. 189.

-, -, her husband, II. 189.

-, (Bomere, Bolmer, Bowmer, Bomer, Bowmar), Sir John, I. 6 i. (p. 6), ii., 29 (2), 66, 164, 236, 271, 304, 392 (p. 191), 543, 870, 902, 918, 979 bis, 991, 1011 (p. 454), 1083–5, 1084 (my master), 1087 (pp. 494–5, 497), 1088 (2), 1172, (1, 2), 1184, 1199 (2, 3), 1207 (8), 1227, 1239, 1257, 1277, 1285, 1319:—g. 1330 (1); II. 12, 41, 44, 92, 101, 181, 188–9, 190, 248, 588, 741.

-, -, letter from, I. 304.

-, -, letters to, I. 66, 164, 236, 271; II. 189.

-, -, his chaplain. See Staynhus, Wm..

-, -, his debts, I. 1277.

-, -, evidence against, I. 1087.

-, -, his lands, II. 44, 92, 190.

-, -, statement by, I. 1083.

-, -, his wife. See Cheyne, Margaret.

-, (Bowmer), Sir Ralph, I. 6 i. (p. 7), ii., 29 (2), 369, 392, (p. 191), 775, 1035, 1277.

-, -, his wife, I. 775.

-, Ralph, son of Sir John, I. 6 (p. 7), 304, 1084 (p. 492), 1087 (pp. 494–5, 497), 1088 (2), 1142, 1199 (2, 3), 1207 (8), 1227, 1239; II. 588, 741, 828, 850.

-, -, letter from, I. 1142.

-, -, evidence against, I. 1087 (p. 495).

-, (Bowmer), Rob., I. 201 (pp. 86, 91), 202, 370; II. 44.

-, Sir Wm., I. 6 (p. 7), 66, 236, 304, 392 (p. 191), 902, 979, ii., 1083, 1277; II. 186 (27).

-, -, letter from, I. 236.

-, -, his wife, I. 1277.

Bulstrode, Bucks, II. g. 1311 (22).

Buncheley, George, II. g. 1192.

Bungay, Suff., I. 1212 (1–3); II. 479:—g. 1311 (24).

-, nunnery (supp.) of, II. g. 1311 (24).

-, St. Mary's church, II. g. 1311 (24).

Bunolt. See Benolt.

Buntyng, Wm., I. 498 (2).

Buntingford, Herts, I. 173, 1082; II. 1027.

Bunwell, Norf., II. g. 1311 (30).

Burbeck. See Birkbeck.

Burburton, Wm., II. 1119.

Burcolyn, co. Dublin, II. 1310 i. (2).

Burdes. See Bordeaux.

Burdhed, Harry, I. 199.

-, Thos., I. 199.

Burdon, Thos., I. g. 539 (11).

Burdsal. See Birdsall.

Burdux, Oliver, II. 1241.

Burdvile, (Kent?), II. 187 (6 ii.).

Buren (Bewre, Bure, Bueren), Floris d' Egmont (or d'Isselstein) Count of, I. 801, 924; II. 93 (2), 125, 307, 309, 323 (2), 327, 333, 372, 464.

Burford, Oxon, II. 1321.

Burford (elsewhere Burnthewth, q.v.) Oke, Cumb., I. 687 (pp. 303–4).

Burforde. See Burnford.

Burgeyney. See Abergavenny.

Burgh (upon Sands), Cumb., II. 203.

Burgh, Westmld. See Brough.

Burgh,, Sir Edw. See Borough.

-, J., a signature, II. 186 (11).

-, Leonard, I. 1035.

-, Lionel, I. 392.

Burgh or Burght. See Borough.

Burgo, Friar Nicholas del (or de Florentia), letter from, II. 282.

Burgon, ——, auditor II. 186 (26).

Burgoyne or Burgoyn, ——, I. 30.

-, Barth., Carthusian, I. 1232.

-, John, II. 186 (65).

-, Robert, letter from, I. 819.

-, Thos., I. 578, 958; II. 186 (65).

Burgundian captains, I. 1005.

Burgundians. See Flanders; also Flanders army of.

Burgundians taken by the French. See Gravelines, compagnons of.

Burgundy, I. 762, 801; II. 244. See Flanders.

Burgundy, House of, I. 924.

Burials, rumored tax on, I. 200 (p. 85), 520.

Burkes, the, Irish family, I. 394 (4); II. 383 (p. 157).

Burley, Mr., II. 1049.

Burnchurch, baron of, II. 859 (3).

Burne. See Bourne.

Burneby, Hugh, priest regular, II. g. 191 (19).

Burneford (Burforde), Humph., II. 587, 692, 912, 1224.

-, -, letters from, II. 587, 692.

Burnell, John, an Irish rebel, II. 181, 963, 964 (2), 1310 i. (12, 45).

-, -, his lands, II. 964 (2), 1310 i. (12).

-, -, his father, II. 1310 i. (12).

-, -, (Bornell), John, of Dover, II. 1209 (p. 425), 1211, 1221, 1233.

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

Burneswere, Camb., II. g. 1008 (17).

Burnham, Bucks, II. g. 1311 (22 p. 470).

-, abbey of, II. 1241:—g. 411 (26).

-, -, Alice Baldwin, abbess of, II. g. 411 (26).

Burnham (Bromeham), Norf., I. g. 1330 (26); II. 1311 (30).

-, St. Mary's church at, I. g. 1330 (26).

-, White Friars, II. g. 1150 (38).

-, -, John, prior of, II. 602:—g. 1150 (38).

-, -, two friars of, II. 68.

Burnham St. Albert, Norf., II. g. 1311 (30).

Burnley (Burneley), Lanc., I. 1020.

Burnthewth (elsewhere Burford or Bramthewthe) Oke, Cumb., I. 687 9pp. 301, 303).

Burreby, Wm. See Morland.

Burell, Ric., I. 498 (2).

-, (Burell), Robt., II. 754 (2).

Burscough (Borscoghe) Priory, Lanc., I. 1, 1115.

Burse, Robt., late prior of Bushmead, II. g. 796 (18).

Bursterd. See Bustard..

Bursy, Hen., I. 498 (2).

Burtbecke. See Birkbeck..

Burton (beside Lincoln), Linc., I. 581 n., 593.

Burton Bishop, Yorks., I. 392 (p. 187).

Burton Hussey or Barton Hussey, Linc., II. 187 (4, 6).

Burton Joyce, Notts, letters dated at, II. 358, 451, 514.

Burton Lazar hospital, Leic., I. 629:—g. 795 (17); II. 502:—App. 14.

-, master of. See Ratcliff, Thos.

Burton upon Stather (Statur), Linc., I. 6.

Burton upon Trent, letter dated at, I. 1536.

-, abbey of, II. 1314.

-, Wm., abbot of, letter from, I. 1236.

Burton, —, canon of Barlings, I. 677.

-, Annes, I. 1214 (2).

-, Robt., II. 186 (43).

-, Walter, I. g. 539 (21).

Burwash (Burwasse, Borowasshe), Suss., I. 1263; II. 505 (2):—g. 1150 (31).

Burwell, Wm., I. 467.

Bury, —, I. 450.

-, John, I. 1165.

Bury St. Edmunds, Suff., I. 32.

-, abbey of, II. 1314.

-, John, abbot of, II. g. 1150 (42).

-, gaol of, I. g. 311 (30).

Busby, Yorks., I. 1277 iii.

Bushel, George, I. 535.

Bushly (Bussheley), Worc., I. g. 1330 (32).

Bushmead (Busshemade, Buschemeade) abbey or priory (supp.), in Eaton Socon, Beds., I. 150; II. 810:—g. 796 (18).

-, Robt. Burse, prior of, II. g. 796 (18).

Bushy (Busshy), Edm., I. 1319.

-, John, I. 199.

Buskell, James, I. 914.

Bussher, Patrick, II. 898 (9 ii.).

Bustelesham. See Bisham.

Busterd or Bustard (Bursterd), Anthony, I. 976, 981, 1120; II. 157:—g. 1150 (15).

Buston, Wm., I. 1131, 1245.

Butchers, I. 37.

Butery, Ela, prioress of Campsey, II. g. 191 (53).

Butleif, Mr., I. 756.

Butler, Lord James (otherwise lord Butler) son of the earl of Ossory, High Treasurer of Ireland, I. 62, 343, 394–6, 983, 1066, 1328; II. 83, 93, 382, 383, (p. 157), 460, 591, 743, 763, 826, 837, (1, 2), 859 (3), 898 (2, 3, 9), 911 (pp. 319–20), 963–4, 991, 1097, 1124, 1232, 1308 (p. 458), 1310 ii. (1, 2):—g. 1008 (35).

-, -, letter from, II. 460.

-, -, letter to, I. 1328.

-, -, his wife, I. 343.

-, -, signature of, I. 394–5.

Butler, —, of Pollekere, II. 898.

-, —, I. 1156, 1184.

-, Edmund, archbp. of Cashel. See Cashel.

-, Edm., II. 837 (2), 859, 898 (11).

-, James, II. 859, 1310 i. (2).

-, James son of Tybod, II. 837.

-, James, abbot of Inislonaght, II. 898.

-, James Oge, II. 837 (2).

-, John, son of Tybod, II. 837.

-, John, Cranmer's Commissary of Calais, I. 436, 1041; II. 98, 231, 337, 555 (p. 210), 600, 1029.

-, -, letters from, II. 98, 231.

-, John, letter from, I. 1102.

-, Katharine, widow of Sir Ric. Power, II. 763, 898 (1, 2, 3).

-, Sir Ph., II. 911 ii.:—g. 1150 (41).

-, Piers, II. 898 (9 ii.).

-, Piers. See Ossory, earl of..

-, Ric., son of Ossory, I. 1066; II. 76, 763, 837, 859 (3), 898 (6, 7), 1124, 1288, 1302.

-, (Boteler, Butteler), Sir Thos., I. 348, 578 (pp. 266–7), 785, 832, 840, 880, 1199 (4), 1227 (8, 2).

-, -, letter from, I. 348.

-, -, signature of, I. 880.

-, Sir Thos., II. 898 (9 ii., iv., 10, 11).

-, Sir Thos., of Caher, II. 898 (1, 9).

-, Thos., II. g. 191 (7).

-, Tybod, his children, II. 832 (2)

-, -, his wife, II. 832 (2).

-, Walt., of Polkyr, II. 898 (9).

-, Walt., vicar of Rathronan, II. 898 (10).

Butlers, the Irish family, I. 357; II. 383 (pp. 156–7).

Butler's Wood, in Ireland, II. 837 (2).

Butley (Butteley), Suff., I. g. 1103 (11).

-, letters dated at, I. 645; II. 1050.

-, prior of. See Manning, Thos.

Butley (Botleye), Ric., sub-prior of Oseney, II. 1120.

Butteler. See Butler.

Buttermere, Sander, I. 1214 (2).

Button, John, elk., I. g. 539 (46).

-, (Boton), Ric., II. g. 1311 (20).

-, (Botton), Wm., I. g. 311 (14); II. g. 1150 (20), 1311 (32).

Butts (Buttes), Dr., I. 226, 328; II. 186 (63), 248 (p. 104), 437, 970.

Butts, John, II. g. 1311 (3).

Buttus. See Bettws.

Buxlowe, Suff., I. 1103 (11).

Buyce, de. See Du Bies.

Buytayne. See Bethune.

Bybe, John, abbot of Dale, I. g. 311 (40).

Byddell. See Biddulph.

Bye, —, du. See Du Bies.

Byfurth, John, II. 44.

-, Wm., II. 44.

Bygott. See Bigod.

Byker. See Bicker.

Byland, Yorks., I. 201 (p. 92), 202 (p. 104), 370 (p. 168), 380 (p. 179).

-, abbey of, I. 369, 380 (p. 179), 481 (p. 229).

-, abbot of, I. 369, 1259 (3).

Bylaw men, II. 1212 (p. 427).

Byll. See Bell.

Bynlesse, Robert, I. 63.

Byrcheford. See Belchford.

Byrchynshawe, John, abbot of Chester, letter from, I. 1109.

Byrkbek. See Birkbeck.

Byrkhedd. See Birkett.

Byrlyng. See Barlings.

Byrlyngham St. Peter (qu. Barningham?), Norf., II. g. 1311 (30).

Byrnes (Birnes, Byrnnes), the, Irish family, I. 391–5, 1027; II. 383 (p. 157 "Brenes") 729 (5), 1308 (p. 458).

Byron (Biron, Byrronne, Beron), Sir John, I. 348, 785, 832, 840, 880, 1159 iv., 1199 (4), 1227 (10, 2):—g. 539 (15), 1104 (11); II. g. 1150 (18).

-, -, signature, I. 880.

Byrsco, Robert, letter to, I. 121.

Byrton, Thos., II. 898 (8).

Byrtun, —, I. 308.

Bytham (Bitam), Linc., I. 905; II. 2.

Bytham Castle (Castybithame), Linc., II. 187 (4).

Bytham Park, Linc., II. 187 (6).

Bytham Parva, Linc., II. 187 (4, 6).

Bytrynge, Norf., II. g. 1311 (30).

Byverlay. See Beverley.

Bywater, Wm., I. 70 x.

Bywell, II. 186 (1).



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