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'Index: F', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 12 Part 2: June-December 1537 (1891), pp. 567-576. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75734 Date accessed: 22 October 2014.


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Fa, Paul, king of the gipsies, II. g. 191 (23, 24).

Faber, John, his logic, II. 429.

Fachell. See Vachell.

Faenza (Faventinus), Ridolfo Pio, bp. of, Cardinal of Carpi (1537) Papal nuncio in France, letters from, I. 34, 88, 124, 165, 249, 296, 326, 413–14, 463–4, 525, 563, 580, 643, 647, 653, 664–5, 675, 681, 690, 705, 752, 907, 923, 931, 949, 996, 1006, 1134, 1222, 1243, 1303; II. 16.

-, -, letters to, I. 55, 988.

-, -, other notices, I. 12, 802, 908, 987, 1189.

Faganston, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (10).

Fairclif or Faireclif, Ric., I. 392 (pp. 183–4), 481 (p. 228).

Fairfax (Ferfox, Fayerfax, Farfox, Fairefax) Sir Nich., I. 6 (p. 7), 369, 392 (pp. 191, 194) 393 (pp. 194–5), 1018, 1159, 1172 (2), 1207 (3); II. 102 (5).

-, (Farefax), Ric., alias Fayreford, I. g. 1105 (10).

-, Thos., serjeant-at-law, II. 100, 102 (2, 3, 4), 250 (2), 914–16, 1016, 1076–7 (p. 380):—g. 1150 (11).

-, (Faierfax, Fayrfax), Sir Wm., I. 6, (p. 7), 101, 192, 392 (pp. 191, 193), 773, 1159, 1199 (4), 1227 (8,2); II. 172 (2), 291, 365.

-, -, letters from, I. 192; II. 365.

-, -, letter to, I. 101.

Fairstead (Farested), Essex, II. g. 191 (40).

Fairwood (Fayrwode), Essex, II. g. 191 (40).

Faith, the, I. 70 i., 443, 698 (p. 312), 901 (pp. 410–11), 1022 (p. 466); II. 1001.

"Faith, Captain," of Penrith, I. 687 (pp. 301, 303).

Falaise, in Normandy, II. g. 1150 (5).

Falaix (Falays), M. de, "the bastard," I. 1054; II. 825.

Falkingham (Folkingham), Linc., II. 2.

Falley. See Fawley.

Fallofeild, ——, I. 211, 264.

-, (Faloghfeld), Thos., II. 248.

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

Falmouth Haven, Cornw., I. 277, 497; II. 1325.

False Stayn, Nthld. See Robson, of the False Stayn.

Fane, Mr., II. 811.

Fanno. See Fano.

Fano (Fanno), in Italy, bishopric of, II. 1128 (p. 396).

-, Cosmo Gerio, bp. of (died 1537), I. 24 n.; II. 1128 (p. 396).

-, Pietro de Bertanni, bp. of (1537), II. 1128 (p. 396).

Fano, Dominus Carolus de, II. 499.

Fano (Fanno), Guido da, letter to, II. 1128.

Farel, Wm., I. 1102.

Farested. See Fairstead.

Farfox. See Fairfax.

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

Farleigh Priory (supp.), Wilts., II. g. 617 (1).

-, Lewis Brecknock, prior of, II. g. 617 (1).

Farms, rent of, I. 392.

Farnande, Don. See Ferdinand king of the Romans.

Farnbury (Farmborough, Soms.?), II. 195.

Farnese, Alexander. See Paul III., Pope.

Farnese, Alexander, Cardinal, eldest son of Pier Luis, I. 526, 987 (p. 446); II. 176, 1126.

Farnese, Pier Luis, son of Pope Paul III., "Pier Luigi," I. 122 (p. 59), 123, 366 (4); II. 16, 18, 1128 (p. 396).

Farnese, Octavio, son of Pier Luis, the Pope's nephew, proposed marriage of, I. 122–3; IL 46, 104 (p. 37).

Farnham (Fernehame), Essex, II. 974, 1027.

Farnham (Farneham), Surr., II. 300.

Farnhurst (Fernehurst), Suss., II. g. 1008 (19).

Farr, Walter, II. 714.

Farrington (Farryngton), Sir Henry, I. 520, 716, 832, 840.

-, -, signature of, I. 716, 832, 840.

Farrore, Henry, I. 784.

Farway (Forwey), Devon, II. 872:—g. 1150 (7).

Fasagh Bentry, Fasagh Reban, &c. See under Bantry, Reban, &c.

Fassaghbentre. See Bantry fasagh,.

Fasshyn, Nich., II. 596.

-, Thos., II. 596.

Faunte, ——, Cromwell's servant, II. App. 14.

Fauquenbergh (Fawconbridge), in Artois, 1. 971.

Faventinus, Card. See Faenza, bp. of.

Faversham (Feversham), Kent, I. 63; II. 1331.

Fawbery. See Fowbery.

Fawcet, ——, I. 788, 1034.

Fawconbridge. See Fauquenbergh.

Fawey. See Fowey.

Fawley (Falley, Fallegh,) Hants, I. 718; II. g. 1311 (40).

Faye, Patrick, Irish traitor, II. 1310 i. (48).

Fayerfax. See Fairfax.

Fayreford, Ric., alias Fairfax, q. v.

Fayrewall, John, M. A., I. g. 311 (20).

Fecham. See Fetcham.

Feddred. See Fethard.

Federston. See Fetherston.

Feharbarde, Mr. See Fitzherbert, Sir Ant.

Felday or Feldy, Piers, I. 1282; II. 58, 597.

-, -, his confession, II. 58 ii., 597 (2).

Feldeston. See Fieldstown.

Feldyng. See Fielding.

Fell, John, I. 841 (3).

Felley priory, supp., Notts, I. 316.

Felpys. See Phelps.

Felstead (Felsted), Essex, I. g. 1330 (54, 56); II. g. 191 (40).

Felton, Old, Nthld., II. 918.

Feltwell, Norf., II. g. 1150 (38), 1311 (30).

Femyne or Femine, Martin, II. g. 1008 (23).

-, Sacole, a Gipsy, murder of, II. g. 191 (23).

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

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

Fenotery. See Venn Ottery.

Fenton, Chr., I. 1018, 1159, 1172 (2), 1207 (3).

-, Ralph, I. 201 (p. 92), 202 (p. 104), 234, 369 (p. 166), 370 (p. 168), 409–10, 416 (2), 1087 (p. 495).

Fenwall, Thos., I. g. 1103 (31).

Fenwick (Fenwyke), George, I. 222–3, 225, 421; II. 155 n., 249, 250 (2, 5).

-, Roger (Hodge of Fenwick), I. 222–3, 225, 421, 594, 596, 777 (p. 338), 859, 1090 (p. 507); II. 142, 155 n., 249, 250 (5n.), 441, 741, 772, 823, 1242.

-, -, murderers of, I. 777 (p. 338), 859; II. 203 (p. 87), 291 (p. 120), 741 (p. 267), 1242.

Fenwicks, the Northumberland family, II. 732.

Fenys. See Fienes.

Feock (Feweck), Cornw., II. 1325.

Fercall (Fercalgh), in Ireland, the country of the O'Mulloys, II. 1139.

Fercullen, in Ireland, I. 394 (2).

Ferdinand (Don Farnande), King of the Romans, archduke of Austria, brother of Charies V., I. 122–3, 435, 696 (p. 307), 763, 986; II. 17, 129, 176, 245, 310–12, 355, 471, 484, 509 (2), 656, 702, 819, 1015, 1020–1, 1053 (p. 369), 1217.

-, -, letter to, II. 311.

-, -, one of his daughters, I. 122–3; II. 471.

-, -, Papal nuncio with, II. 310.

Ferdinand, Dom. See Gonzaga, Don Ferdinand de.

Fereby. See Ferraby.

Ferer, Ric., I. 1277 iii.

Ferfox. See Fairfax.

Fergownanym, II. 531, qu. Fergonanym O'Carroll, q. v.

Fermor (Fermer), Mr., II. 59.

-, (Fermour, Fermer), Ric., I. 1159 iv., 1199 (4):—g. 795 (8); II. 316, 369 (3), 952.

-, Wm., I. 127; II. 68, 157, 518:—g. 1150 (15).

-, -, letter from, II. 518.

-, -, signature of, II. 68.

Fernandez (Vernando), Diego (Dugo), of Aveiro, II. 1199.

-, Ruy, letter from, II. 539.

Fernehurst. See Farnhurst.

Fernhame. See Farnham.

Fernieherst, in Scotland, I. 804.

Ferns (Fernes, Farnes), co. Wexford, I. 394 (2, 4); II. 898 (7), 1097, 1301 i. (2).

-, abbey of, II. 898 (6).

-, dean of, II. 898 (1, 6).

Ferns (Fernes), John Purcell, bishop of, II. 898 (5).

Ferraby (Feryby, Fereby), Linc., I. 6, 901; II. g. 411 (27).

Ferrara, I. 309, 647; II. 791.

-, letter dated at, I. 1007.

Ferrers (Ferrys, Ferreis, Ferres, Ferris), Walter Devereux, lord, I. 106 n., 193, 800, 830, 1148, 1183, 1271–2, 1315:—g. 539 (3), 1330 (55); II. 158, 290, 490, 776, 835, 852, 857, 896–7, 985–6, 993, 1024, 1057 (1, 2, 3), 1151, 1199, 1299:—g. 1150 (33).

-, -, letters from, I. 193, 1272; II. 852, 857, 897.

-, -, letters to, II. 490, 1057 (3).

Ferrers, Loys. See Wyndham, abbot of.

Ferreur, Dr., II. 186 (23 ii.).

Ferreys, Wm., I. 838.

Ferriby (Feryby), Yorks., I. 392 (p. 193).

-, suppressed abbey of, I. 6 (p. 8), 392 (pp. 185, 193), 793.

-, -, goods wasted at, I. 793.

-, -, prior of, I. 392 (p. 193).

Ferry Bridge (Ferybrigge), beside Pontefract, I. 306, 393, 852 iv., 1175 (p. 541).

Ferrys. See Ferrers.

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

-, weir pool in, II. 1310 i. (2).

Ferture, the, in Ireland, I. 394 (2).

Feryby. See Ferraby and Ferriby.

Fetcham (Fecham), Surr., II. g. 1311 (22).

Fethard (Feddred), co. Wexford, II. 898 (5, 9 iv.).

Fetherston, Richard (misnamed Nic. Federston), prisoner in the Tower, II. 181.

Fetherston, Nic., lord Hussey's servant, II. 2.

Fethwilliam. See Fitzwilliam.

Fetiplace, Alex., I. g. 539 (21).

-, Anne, I. g. 539 (21).

Feversham. See Faversham.

Feweck. See Feock.

Fiddington, Glouc., I. g. 1330 (32).

Field (Feld), ——, II. 646.

-, (Feld), Edw., S.T.P., dec., II. 621 n.

-, (Felde), James, Irish rebel, II. 1310 i. (45), ii. (9).

-, (Felde), John, II. 1310 i. (1).

-, (Fyld), Wm., II. 530.

Fielding or Feldyng, John, deposition of, I. 126.

-, Sir Wm., I. g. 539 (4); II. 570.

Fieldstown (Feldeston), in co. Dublin, II. 786 n., 1310 ii. (3).

Fienes (Fenys), Sir Thos. See Dacre of the South, lord.

Fife, in Scotland, I. 839 (2); II. App. 19.

Fifteenth (quindecym), the, II. 276, 571, 759.

Fincham, Norf., II. 150.

Fincham St. Michael, Norf., II. g. 1311 (30).

Fincham, John, signature of, II. 150.

Finche (Fynche), Dr. Edw., M.D., archd. of Wilts., II. 1277, 1287.

-, Wm., II. 215.

-, Sir Wm., II. g. 1150 (13), 1311 (28).

Finchley, Midd., I. g. 311 (50); II. g. 191 (31).

-, letter dated at, I. 1170.

Findon, Suss., I. 739, 1263.

Fines, II. 98 (p. 51), 302 (p. 136).

Finglass (Fynglas), co. Dublin (?), II. 1310 ii. (5). See also Fynglas.

Finningley, Notts., II. g. 191 (42).

Finsbury (Fynnesbury), Midd., prebend of, II. 720.

Firenze. See Florence.

Firle, West-, Suss., II. g. 1311 (34).

Firlez or Firle, Suss., letters dated at, I. 933, 941.

First Fruits, I. 6 (pp. 5, 8), 154, 201 (p. 90), 261 (p. 124), 327, 370, 481, 533, 901 (pp. 403–6), 1021 (3), 1022 (p. 467), 1091, 1264:—g. 539 (5), 1330 (4); II. 780, 902, 1064, 1122 ii., 1138, 1245.

-, (in Ireland), II. 382, 384, 760, 1288 (1 ii., 2), 1310 i. (43).

Fishborne (Fysshborne), Ric., I. 734 (2), 1207 (13).

Fishe, ——, II. 398.

-, Guy, I. 369 (p. 166).

Fisher, John, bp. of Rochester, dec., I. 862, 988 (p. 447), 1021; II. 181, 518 (2), 952 (p. 333).

Fisher (Fyssher), ——, I. 680; II. 264.

-, John, I. 581 n.

-, John, rector of Scartho, I. 581 n., 581 ii.

-, Matthew, priest of Bromley, II. 420.

-, Sir Michael, I. g. 539 (21).

-, (Fyssher), Ric., priest, I. 853.

-, (Fyssher, Fyscher), Robt., I. 161, 498 (2), 1214 (2 "John"), 1246 (2); II. 186 (67).

-, (Fyscher), Thos., I. 264 (p. 126).

-, (Fissher), Wm., I. 547.

Fisheries, II. 1035.

Fisherton Anger, Wilts., gaol of, I. g. 311 (30); II. g. 1311 (32).

Fitz, Wm., II. 458.

Fitzgerald, Gerald, "young Garret," younger son of the 9th earl of Kildare, and brother of Lord Thomas, II. 485, 698, 1288 (p. 451).

Fitzgerald, James, son of John (James Fitz John), the "pretended earl" of Desmond, I. 343, 394 (4?), 983; II. 230, 281, 382–3, 456, 485, 628, 631–2, 698, 755, 786, 943, 1096, 1189, 1260, 1288 (p. 451), 1310 i. (4), ii. (6, 9)-, -, letter from, II. 230.

-, -, letter to, II. 698.

-, -, his father and grandfather, II. 230.

-, -, his secretary, II. 1096, 1260.

-, -, his son, II. 1260.

-, -, submission of, II. 943.

Fitz Gerald, James, son of Maurice (James Fitz Morice), heir to the earldom of Desmond, "the young man," I. 343; II. 230, 282–3, 485, 698 (2), 786, 943, 1189, 1260.

-, -, his father and grandfather, II. 230.

Fitzgerald (Fytzgarrad), lord Thomas, son of the 9th earl of Kildare (and rightfully 10th earl), commonly styled "the traitor," I. 343 (p. 152), 353 (see Notes), 394 (2), 503, 944 (1, 2), 983, 1066, 1098:—II. 146, 181, 380, 963, 1310 i. (2, 3), ii. (2, 9).

-, -, his uncles (other Geraldines), I. 343 (p. 152), 353 (see Notes), 394 (2), 983, 1066.

-, -, his wife Frances, II. 1310 ii. (9).

Fitzgerald or Fytzgarrad, Brian, Irish traitor, II. 1310 I. (45).

-, (Fitzgarrald), Edw., Irish traitor, II. 1310 ii. (9).

-, Gerald Fitzjohn, of Desmond, II. 898 (2, 4).

-, Gerald, II. 1310 i. (2, 37 bis.).

-, Sir James, uncle of Lord Thomas, II. 181, 1310 i. (5, 45), ii. (3).

-, James, of Donnor, II. 1310 i. (37).

-, James, (uncle of Lord Thomas?), I. 394 (2).

-, (Fitz Gerot), James, of Ballyshannon, II. 729.

-, John, the White Knight. See White Knight.

-, Sir John, uncle of Lord Thomas, II. 181.

-, Maurice Fitz John, II. 898 (4).

-, Maurice Fitz Gerald, of Donnor, II. 1310 i. (37).

-, Maurice Fitz Thomas (Fitzmores), II. 1310 i. (37 bis), ii. (8).

-, Oliver, II. 181, 383, 1310 i. (6).

-, -, his lands, II. 383, 1310 i. (6).

-, (Fitzgarrate), Piers or Peter, II. 729, 1232.

-, -, his sons, II. 729.

-, Ric., II. 181, 1310 i. (7), ii. (3).

-, Thos., eldest son of James Fitz John, II. 943.

-, Walter, II. 181, 1310 i. (8).

Fitzherbert (Feharbarde), Sir Anthony, justice, I. 520, 630, 716, 781, 832, 840, 878 (p. 395), 880, 903 n., 970, 1150:—

g. 311 (30), 539 (4, 9), 1104 (10, 11),

1330 (55); II. 302, 303 (p. 126), 805,

914 ii., 1061, 1299:—g. 1008 (43), 1150 (16, 19).

-, -, letters from, I. 520, 970.

-, -, signature of, I. 716, 832, 840, 880.

Fitzherbert, Mrs., II. 1060 (p. 374).

-, Alice, abbess of Pollesworth, I. g. 311 (44).

Fitzherry, ——, of Kilkevan, II. 898 (8).

Fitzhugh, Thos., I. g. 311 (30).

Fitz James, Sir John, Lord Chief Justice, I. 756:—g. 311 (14, 30), 1330 (22, 36); II. 690, 812, 992, 1036, 1114, 1155:—g. 1150 (9, 12, 19, 20, 21), 1311 (32).

-, -, letters from, II. 690, 812, 992.

Fitz James, John, II. g. 191 (57).

-, Richard, bp. of London (1506–22), II. 186 (62).

Fitzjames, Edm., of Ormond. See Butler, Edm.

Fitz John, Gerald, James, &c. See Fitzgerald, Gerald, James, &c.

Fitz Maurice, lord, of Kerry, II. 383.

Fitzmorice, Fitzmores or Fitz Maurice, Andrew, II. 837.

-, Edm., II. 898 (9 iv.).

-, James. See Fitzgerald, James (Fitz Maurice).

-, Maurice, son of Thomas. See Fitzgerald.

-, Patrick, II. 837.

-, Thos., II. 837

See also Fitzgerald.

Fitzsimon (Fytssimon), Barth., signature of, I. 477.

-, (Fitzsymondes), Robt., B.C.L., II. 1310 ii. (2).

-, (Fitzsymondes), Thos., II. 1310 ii. (1).

Fitz Thomas, Maurice. See Fitzgerald, Maurice.

Fitztybod, James Butler. See Butler, James.

Fitzwalter (Fytzwauter, Fitzwater), Henry lord, s. and h. of Robert earl of Sussex, I. 588; II. 186 (40), 911 (pp. 319–20).

-, -, letter from, I. 588.

Fitzwarren, John Bourchier Lord, I. 1199 (4); II. 260:—g. 1150 (20).

-, -, letter from, II. 260.

Fitzwilliam, Sir William, K.G., Lord Admiral, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, treasurer of the Household, Earl of Southampton (18 Oct. 1537), I. 17 (2), 26, 64, 74, 84, 98 (p. 51), 116, 151, 171–3, 182, 185 (p. 80), 186, 197, 211, 261, 264 (p. 126), 302, 332–3, 349, 505, 517, 528, 558, 698, 699, 734 (1), 833, 846, 864, 896, 946 (2), 964, 1008–9, 1013 (p. 458), 1039, 1089 (pp. 502–4), 1100, 1115, 1132, 1150, 1191, 1227 (4), 1273–4, 1290–1, 1323:—g. 311 (14), 539 (3, 4, 9, 11, 43), 795 (4), 1104 (10, 11); II. 77 (3), 105, 157, 172, 208, 301, 337, 344, 415, 439, 449, 555, 556, 564, 581, 612, 613 (p. 326), 625, 661, 670–1, 680–1, 691, 794, 811, 814, 891–2, 911 ii., 921–3, 932, 937, 939, 988, 1006, 1012, 1014, 1022, 1024, 1029, 1090, 1153, 1235, 1241:—App. 7:—g. 191 (27), 411 (27), 1008 (19 21, 31, 43), 1150 (11, 12, 15, 16, 20, 21, 33, 42), 1311 (28, 29).

-, -, letters from, I. 528, 1290; II. 301, 415, 439, 449, 612, 671, 680–1, 794, 814, 891–2, 1006.

-, -, letters to, I. 64, 171, 173 182, 211, 349, 517, 833, 1115, 1291; II 208, 564.

-, -, his clerk's hand, II. 613.

-, -, his sister, II. 612.

-, -, signature of, I. 332–3, 505, 558, 846, 864.

-, -, his wife, Lady Fitzwilliams, Countess of Southampton, I. 1100; II. 130, 271, 555 (p. 210), 1060 (p. 374).

Fitzwilliam (Fethwilliam), John, II. 186 (81).

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

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

-, Wm., I. g. 795 (24); II. 186 (34), 1310 ii. (1).

Flakeyt, Gabriel, I. 1219.

Flamborough (Flamburgh, Flaynborowe), Yorks., I. 136, 594, 1199 (2), 1207 (8) 1307 (2); II. 340.

Flambrughed, le, in Sunderland, q. v.

Flamoke (Flemoke), Mr., I. 389.

-, (Flamake), Andrew, I. 663.

Flamsted or St. Giles' in the Wood, Herts., nunnery (supp.) of, I. 571.

Flanders and the Low Countries (lands of Burgundy, the Burgundians), I. 17 (2), 58, 60 (p. 30), 123–5, 249, 368, 415, 417, 429 (p. 208), 430, 444 (p. 214), 445 (p. 215), 497, 561, 656, 664, 684, 696 (p. 308–9), 718, 762, 801, 817, 885, 901 (p. 406), 937, 980, 990, 1052, 1080, 1141, 1235, 1242, 1248, 1266, 1322, App. 4; II. 17, 18, 24, 54, 104, 212 (p. 92), 229, 245 (pp. 101–2), 292 iii., 310, 319, 367, 373, 418, 442, 460, 464 (2), 471, 483, 509, 556 (p. 211), 593, 620, 644, 656, 696 (p. 309) 701–2, 708, 757, 759, 1014, 1020, 1040 (pp. 363–4), 1053 (p. 368), 1059, 1085, 1103, 1118, 1131, 1148, 1158, 1209, 1212 v., 1222, 1249, 1307:—App. 38.

-, Admiralty of, I. 77.

-, Admiral of. See Beures, Sieur de.

-, Vice-Admiral of, I. 1276.

-, Admiral of, so called, I. 601 (p. 276). See Sluys, Admiral of.

-, Ambassadors in:—

English, I. 1053 (p. 481), 1242. See Hutton, John.

Papal nuncio, II. 598.

-, Army of (the Burgundians, Imperialists, subjects of the Emperor, Flemings, Camp), I. 13, 34, 461, 495, 509, 514–5, 523, 525, 560–1, 563, 580, 587, 625, 705, 801, 826, 861, 961, 997, 1054, 1071, 1107, 1135, 1167, 1181, 1219–20, 1243, 1293, 1305–6, 1322, 1329; II. 46, 93 (2), 106–7, 113, 124–5, 166 (p. 55), 168, 192, 212, 228, 266,. 297, 305, 307–9, 319, 325, 327, 333 (p. 137), 334, 341–3, 351, 366–7, 371–2, 390–1, 418–19, 483, 492, 539, 598, 719, 1172:—App. 27.

-, Council of, I. 60, 358, 364, 924, 997, 1047, 1052, 1061, 1135, 1167–8, 1220, 1306; II. 292 iii., 307, 333, 343, 366, 372 (p. 152), 511 (2), 633, 635 (p. 234), 825, 1243.

-, Court of, I. 906, 1052, 1242–3; II. 108, 307–9, 442, 499, 598 (2), 1020, 1172.

-, exaction of customs in, I. 60.

-, levies of money in, I. 60 (p. 30).

-, Regent of. See Mary, queen dowager of Hungary.

Flansford (Flaunfforde) Priory, Heref., I. 352.

-, prior of, I. 352.

Flaunfforde. See Flansford.

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

-, abbey (supp.) of, I. g. 795 (42).

-, -, Thos. Were, abbot (late) of, I. g. 795 (42).

Flaynborowe. See Flamborough.

Fleckeroe (Fleckerore) Island, in Norway, II. 253.

Fleming or Flemmyng, Alfred, I. g. 795 (12).

-, Gerald, II. 383 (p. 157).

-, James, baron of Slane, q. v.

-, James, of Stevenston, Irish outlaw, II. 1310 i. (45).

-, John, I. g. 795 (12).

-, (Flymyng) Ric., priest, I. 511.

-, Robt., I. g. 795 (12).

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

-, Wm., II. 1220.

Flemings. See Ships, Flemish: also Flanders, army of.

Flemings, individual, I. 612; II. 15, 211, 257, 306, 372, 482, 903, 930, 961, 1039. 1271.

Flemish prisoners in France, I. 417, 538; II. 350.

Flemoke. See Flamoke.

Flemwell (in Ticehurst), Suss., II. g. 1150 (31).

Flesingue. See Flushing.

Flessing, Gaspar, a Fleming, I. 1096.

Fletcher, ——, of Rye, I. 528.

-, (Fleccher, Flecher), Barnard, I. 70 viii., 734 (3); II. 181.

-, -, examination of, I. 70 viii.

-, Henry, alias Francis, q. v.

-, Hugh, letter to, I. 1271 (4).

-, (Flecher, Fleccher), John, I. 380 (p. 178), 581, 581 n.

-, (Fleecher), Wm., II. 458, 476.

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

Fletewoode, John, II. g. 191 (32).

Fleuranges, Sieur de. See La Marck, Robert de.

Flight, Thos, I. 275.

Flint, Wm., II. 487 n.

Flintshire, I. 950:—g. 1330 (55); II. 770, 896:—g. 1311 (37).

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

Flixton (Flyxston) nunnery (supp.), Suff., I. 510.

Flodden, Battle of (the Scots' field), I. 1321.

Florence (Firenze, Florens), and the Florentines, I. 347, 366 (4), 406, 527, 551, 556 (p. 259), 1116, 1190; II. 16, 17, 18 (2), 62, 240, 484, 700, 792, 854, 1127, 1128 (p. 396).

-, exiles (banished men) of, I. 366 (4), 524, 647, 752; II. 484, 656.

Florence, duke of. See Medici, Alexander de, also Medici, Cosmo de (1537).

Florence, Duchess of. See Margaret.

Florence, Duchy of, II. 212 (p. 92).

Florens, Wm., priest, I. 687 (p. 301).

Florentia, Frater Nicolaus. See Burgo, Friar Nich. del.

Florentines, individual, I. 886, 949; II. 728.

Flower or Flowre, John, clothier, II. 247.

-, Ric., I. 129; II. g. 191 (44).

-, Wm., Guisnes pursuivant. See Guisnes pursuivant.

Floyde, ——, II. 466.

Flushing (Flesingue), I. 718, 732; II. 257.

Flushing, Bastian of, I. 718.

Flymyng. See Fleming.

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

Fober or Foberry. See Fowbery.

Focqu., M. de, I. 826.

Foderey, peel of, in Furness. See Peel.

Fodryngey. See Fotheringhay.

Foesters. See Fosters.

Fogg or Fogges, Sir John, II. 752, 906–8.

-, -, letters from, II. 752, 907.

-, -, his wife, II. 908 (p. 318).

Folbery. See Fowbery.

Foljambe (Folyambe), Sir Godfrey, II. 1092: —

g. 191 (50).

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

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

Folkestone (Foulston), Kent, I. 718 (2, 3).

Folkingham Park, Linc., II. 187 (4), 248 (p. 104).

Folkingham. See Falkingham.

Follesham. See Foulsham.

Follows or Follansbye, John, I. 478 (2), 918.

Folssar, John, butcher, I. 434.

Folyambe. See Foljambe.

Folyfe, Henry, II. 186 (43).

Foly John Park, near Windsor, II. 1241.

Folyot (Folyatt), Roger, bailey of Ruskington, I. 1012 (3, 4), 1087 (p. 501) 1207 (11).

Fonge, Alice, II. 221.

-, Fras., II. 221.

Fontaine. See La Fontaine.

Fontainebleau. in France, II. 46, 210, 212, 228, 566, 962.

Fontance. See Fountains.

Fontarabia, on the Spanish frontier, I. 1107; II. 245 (p. 102), 1031.

Fonteyns. See Fountains.

Fontley Parva, Hants, II. g. 1311 (40).

Fontmell (Fountemell), Dors., II. 195.

Foockesley, Ralph, draper, I. 1271 (2).

Fooks, Thos., letter from, I. 1328.

Forbes (Forboose), John, lord, II. 346.

-, John (Master of Forboose), son of the preceding, II. 346.

-, Wm., II. 346.

Ford abbey, Devon, II. 195 (p. 85).

-, abbot of, I. 920.

Ford, Kent, II. 1054 n.

-, letters dated at. I. 15, 19, 256, 258, 436; II. 434–5, 473, 512, 592, 600, 703, 727, 846, 852, 1054.

Ford Castle, Nthld., I. 225, 1090 (p. 508):—

g. 1103 (29).

Ford, John, I. g. 795 (35), 1330 (8, 43).

Fordham, Essex, II. g. 1311 (2).

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

Fore (Foure), co. Meath. II. 1310 i. (2, 3).

Foreign soldiers (outlandish men, Dutchmen) in England, II. 475, 488.

Foreland, the North (Northforeland), Kent, I. 718 (3).

Foreness point, Kent, I. 718 (3? the Nesse).

Forests beyond Trent (the Forest), II. 1151 (3).

-, justiceship of, II. 1151 (2 bis, 3), 1198:—g. 1311 (39).

-, justice of. See Cromwell, Thomas (1537).

Forest, the (in Hussey's letters). See Bere Forest.

Forest, Lawrence, I. 621.

-, Nich., II. 21.

-, Wm., monk of Furness, I. 841 (3 ii.).

Forli, bishop of, I. 551.

Forlong. See Furlong.

Formage, Harry, I. 1095.

Forman, ——, I. 1089 (p. 503); II. 574.

-, Henry, I. 581, 581 n.

-, John, I. g. 1105 (10).

-, Robt., I. 70 x.

-, Wm., II. 1009.

Former, Thos. letter from, I. 1260.

Fornes. See Furness.

Forsett, Edw., I. 380 (p. 177), 1207 (7).

Forstall or Forstell, Edw., II. 859.

-, Patrick, II. 837, 859.

-, Peter, II. 859.

-, Robt., II. 837.

Forster. See Foster.

Fortescue, Barth., of Weare, I. 452.

-, Nic., II. 754 (2).

Forte Ville, name given to St. Pol, II. 372.

Forth, the Firth of, I. 1237; II. 537.

Forthe, Robt., I. g. 1103 (15).

Forway. See Farway.

Forwood, Devon, II. 872:—g. 1150 (7).

Fossano (Fossen), in Piedmont, I. 1329.

Fosse, Yorks., I. 543; II. 400.

Foster or Forster, Mr., II. 111.

-, Alau, alias Blontwod, II. 836.

-, Edw., II. g. 411 (21).

-, Sir Humph., II. 911 (pp. 319–20).

-, James, I. 841 (3 p. 372).

-, John, I. 581, 790; II. g. 411 (13).

-, Ric., I. 1004:—g. 1330 (46); II. 1310 i. (37), ii. (1, 6):—g. 411 (13).

-, Robt., clk., I. g. 975 (26).

-, Roland, II. 1181.

-, Thos., I. 1090 (p. 506); II. 13 (2), 249–50 (1, 5).

-, -, his sister, I. 1090 (p. 506).

-, Wm., I. 92.

Fosters (Foesters), the Border family, I. 351, 982; II. 696 (2).

Fotherby, Chr., I. 1207 (7).

Fotheringhay (Fodryngey), Ntht., II. 1247: g. 1311 (20).

-, bailiff of. See Hedley, Thos.

Fouber, Jehan, letters from, I. 751; II. 498, 1039.

-, -, his brother, II. 498.

Fougler, Thos., II. 505 (2).

Foulborne. See Fulbourn.

Fouldon (Fowldon), Norf., II. g. 1311 (30).

Foule, Brian, I. 819.

Fouler. See Fowler.

Foulfourd. See Fulford.

Foulis, James, I. 1094.

Foullert, Master, I. 1017.

Foulness (Fowlnes, Fowlneys), Essex, II. g. 191 (40).

Foulsham (Follesham), Norf., I. g. 1330 (26).

Foulston. See Folkestone.

Fountains (Fontance, Funtens), Yorks., I. 56, 1092.

-, letter dated at, I. 419.

-, abbey of, I. 1012, 1087 (p. 500); II. 186 (2), 1314.

-, abbot of, I. 787, 1023 ii.

-, quondam abbot of. See Thirske, Wm.

Fountemell. See Fontmell.

Foure. See Fore.

Fourness or Fournesse. See Furness.

Fowbery (Folbery), Dr., I. 891.

-, (Foberry, Fobere, Fulbery, Fowburie, Fowberne, Fober, Folbery, Fawbery), John, of Newbald, I. 141–2, 201 (pp. 89, 93), 202 (p. 104), 392 (p. 184), 410, 416 (p. 204? "the bearer,"), 466, 847, 848 (p. 377), 1037, 1087 (pp. 497–8), 1227 (8); II. 35.

-, -, depositions of, I. 466, [847].

-, (Folbery), Laurence, depositions of, I. 891.

-, (Folberye), Ric., II. 249–50 (1, 5).

Fowbridge (Fowbryg), near Scarborough I. 535.

-, letters dated at, II. 519, 1034.

Fowell, Eliz., abbess of Canonleigh, I. g. 311 (38).

Fowey (Fawey), Cornw., I. 74.

Fowldon. See Fouldon.

Fowler (Fouler), Robert, treasurer (really vice - treasurer) of Calais, "Mr. Treasurer" or "Mr. Vice-Treasurer," I. 23, 195–6, 238, 417, 451, 961, 1016, 1219, 1266; II. 93, 166, 341, 424, 555, 569, 625–6, 711, 923 (the treasurer), 946, 1095, 1206, 1319:—g. 617 (13).

-, -, signature of, I. 417.

Fowler, Edw., I. 1208.

-, Sir Ric., I. 75, 1208.

-, (Fouler), Thos., brother and deputy of Robert, I. 54, 186; II. 1278–9.

-, -, letter from, II. 1278.

Fowlnes. See Foulness.

Foxe, Edward, bishop of Hereford, King's almoner, I. 15, 148, 291, 332–3, 354, 444 (Dr. Fox), 457 (p. 220), 505, 541, 558–9, 636, 680, 724 (2 n.) 742, 790 (p. 347), 823, 846, 860, 864, 1009, 1013, 1040, 1150:—g. 1103 (4, 6); II. 5, 165, 272 (Hertford), 289, 293 (Herteforde), 295, 315, 330, 402, 410, 501, 578, 969, 986, 1013:—App. 36:—g. 411 (27).

-, -, letters from, II. 5, 289, 330, 410, 578.

-, -, letter to, I. 541.

-, -, signature of, I. 148, 291, 332–3, 505, 558, 636, 846, 864.

Foxe or Fox, Charles, II. g. 1311 (37).

-, Edm., I. 652; II. g. 1311 (37).

-, Edw., II. 975.

-, Jas., letter from, II. 1268.

-, John, I. g. 311 (50).

-, Richard, bp. of Winchester (1501–28), II. 186 (62), 415.

-, Roland, I. 308.

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

Foxhunting, I. 6, 589.

Foxley, ——, II. 256, 285, 435, 576.

-, Thos., I. 92.

Framfelde, David, II. 1101.

Framlingham castle, Suff., I. 629; II. 248 (p. 104).

Frampton, Eleanor, II. g. 1008 (40).

-, James, II. g. 1008 (40).

-, John, II. g. 1008 (40).

-, Roger, II. g. 1008 (40).

Framyngham, Roger, serjeant-at-arms, II. 1060 (p. 373).

France and the French (government), king of France, Francis, French king, I. 17 (2), 34, 122–3, 149, 188, 190, 326, 333, 340, 347, 365–6 (pp. 161–2), 398, 417, 445, 463–4, 525, 556, 562, 601, 643, 647, 675, 684, 696, 722, 752–3, 760–2, 772, 801 (p. 356), 815–16, 887, 924, 931, 939, 986–7, 990, 996, 997, 1006, 1038, 1047–8, 1051, 1058, 1061, 1068, 1074, 1094, 1107, 1116, 1134–5, 1141, 1144, 1222, 1231, 1238, 1266, 1313, 1322, 1329:—g. 311 (13, 49), 539 (28, 41), 1103 (23, 25, 26); II. 17, 18, 31, 41, 46, 77, 99, 103–4, 113, 118, 124, 176, 186 (32, 38, 62), 210, 218–19, 244, 257, 307, 319, 323 (2), 332, 359, 366, 371–3, 442, 454, 471, 494, 539, 546, 585, 656, 701–2, 745, 814, 832, 867–70, 961, 968, 987, 1004, 1021, 1031, 1053 (p. 368), 1104, 1112, 1143 (p. 401), 1148, 1151 (2, 3), 1166, 1172, 1201, 1212 v., 1217, 1243, 1249 (p. 439), 1285, 1290, 1303, 1307, 1312:—

App. 19.

France and Frenchmen (country), I. 60, 78, 122, 259, 366 (p. 162), 368, 399, 417, 429 (p. 208), 430, 433, 444 (p. 214), 445 (p. 215), 453, 463 (p. 222), 516, 535, 540, 544, 556 (p. 259), 561, 626, 696 (p. 308), 707, 933, 953, 988, 1032, 1052–3, 1065, 1107, 1123, 1141, 1180, 1196, 1242–3, 1248, 1286, 1293, 1307, 1329; II. 12 (p. 5), 17, 18, 47, 55, 73, 122, 207, 227, 229, 245 (p. 102), 310, 312, 346–7, 370, 395, 400, 418, 427, 431, 453, 482, 495, 633, 635, 666, 675, 699, 825, 829, 830, 861, 870, 900, 918, 957, 1004, 1006, 1029, 1039, 1040, 1047, 1053 (p. 368–9), 1122 ii., 1127, 1209–10, 1285, 1292:—g. 1150 (36).

-, church and clergy in, II. 1040.

-, English lands in (the King's patrimony), I. 190.

-, ambassadors in:—

Danish. See Suavenius, Peter.

English I. 1052 (p. 480), 1053 (p. 481), 1123, 1242 (p. 570), 1243, 1302:—

App. 10. See Gardiner, Wallop, and Brian.

Papal nuncio, I. 12, 464, 665, 752, 996; II. 539 (p. 203). See Faenza, bp. of. The nuncio mentioned in I. 88 (p. 47), &c., is the nuncio to James V., Laurerius, q. v. See also Ghiberti, bp. of Verona.

Portuguese, I. 996; II. 1148.

Turkish (of Barbarossa), I. 326, 463–4, 600, 696 (p. 308), 762, 801 (p. 356), 1107, 1261; II. 539 (p. 203).

Venetian, I. 12, 1243.

-, Admiral of. See Brion, Sieur de.

-, -, his deputy (i.e., the Vice Admiral). See Moy, Ch. de.

-, -, lieutenant of, II. 223, 252, 482, 608, 643.

-, -, secretary of, II. 482.

-, Chancellor of. See Du Bourg, Anthoine.

-, Council (lords) of, I. 637 (3); II. 212, 494, 981, 1014, 1133.

-, Court of, I. 12, 86 (p. 46), 414, 460, 522, 647, 672, 674, 760–1, 953, 987, 1042, 1123, 1242 (p. 570), 1329; II. 336, 1125, 1254, 1292.

-, Grand escuyer, II. 1131.

-, -, his son, II. 1131.

-, Grand Master of. See Montmorency, Anne de.

-, High Chamberlain of, II. 1148.

-, King of. See Francis I.

-, Master of the Chambre aux deniers, I. 814.

-, parliament of. See Paris, parliament of.

-, peers of, I. 124.

-, princes of, I. 1134.

-, Queen of. See Eleanor.

-, Treasurer of the Exchequer, II. 1146.

-, Vice-Admiral. See Moy, Chas. de.

Francis I., king of France, the "Most Christian King," personal notices (others under France), I. 12, 53, 88, 165 (p. 73), 190, 274, 296, 333, 397, 414, 433–4, 443, 445, 454, 460, 463, 496, 525, 556, 580, 600, 625, 637 (3), 647, 664–5, 675, 690, 752, 760–2, 769, 802, 804, 813, 817, 826, 861, 865, 873, 884–5, 907–8, 919 (p. 420), 923, 931, 939, 949, 987–8, 996, 1005, 1016, 1032, 1048, 1052 (p. 480), 1053, 1076, 1107, 1134, 1166, 1179, 1181, 1197, 1219, 1242, 1261, 1286–7, 1322, 1329; II. 46, 61, 78, 104, 117, 210, 212–13, 227–8, 245 (p. 102), 253, 310, 312, 323 (2), 332, 359, 368, 370, 372 (1 p. 152, 2), 484, 494, 509 (2), 539, 552 (p. 208), 555 (p. 210), 566, 699, 759, 792, 832, 867–8, 880, 948, 957, 962, 967, 972, 987, 1004, 1014, 1025, 1053 (pp. 368–9), 1122 ii., 1125, 1128, 1133, 1148, 1172, 1176, 1201, 1203, 1217 (p. 430), 1253–4, 1263, 1285, 1290–2, 1294.

-, -, letters from, II. 213, 880, 967, 1201, 1253, 1263, 1290.

-, -, letters to, I. 434, 454, 802; II. 61, 212, 253, 867, 972, 1285, 1292.

-, -, his eldest daughter. See Magdalen.

-, -, his younger daughter. See Margaret.

Francis (Francisco, Fraunces), the courier, I. 626, 865, 939, 948, 1009, 1136, 1235, 1293, 1306; II. 957, 1098, 1135.

Francis (Fraunces), Henry, II. 1099, 1135.

-, (Frawnsys), alias Fletcher, Henry, I. 654, 661.

-, (Fraunces, Frauncesse), John, of Beverley, I. 201 (pp. 88, 92, 97), 202 (p. 104), 370 (pp. 168–9).

-, -, examination of, I. 201 viii., 370 (p. 169).

-, (Frances), John, of Bardeney, I. 581 ii.

-, John, II. 195, 530, 876.

-, (Fraunces), Ralph, dec., II. g. 191 (50).

-, (Fraunces), Robt., I. 424.

-, (Frauncys), Thos., II. 436.

Franciscus, a Portuguese, II. App. 38.

Francisque, Maître, physician, II. 61.

Frank (Franck), John, I. 1095.

Franke (Francke), Thomas, parson of Loft-house, I. 1018, 1084–5, 1087 (pp. 494–5), 1277 iii.; II. 12.

Franke, Wm., I. 380 (p. 178).

Frankfort, in Germany, diet of, I. 541.

Frankishe (Franke in Vol. XI.), John, registrar to the bp. of Lincoln, I. 380 (pp. 174–5); II. 20, 1197.

-, -, letter to, II. 1197.

Franklin, Wm., archd. of Durham and dean of Windsor, I. 201 (p. 92), 370 (p. 168), 849 (p. 380), 1089 (p. 503):—g. 539 (32); II. 9, 186 (27), 783, 911 ii., 1060 (p. 374).

-, -, letter from, II. 783.

Fraunce, Reignalt, I. 589 (2).

Fraunces. See Francis.

Fraunces, Lady. See Dorset, marchioness of.

Fraunces, Mrs. See Plantagenet, Frances.

Frawnsys. See Francis.

Frebody, John, II. g. 191 (3).

Freckenham (Frekenham), Suff., I. g. 795 (26).

Fredewell, James, priest, I. 990.

Freer, ——, I. 875.

Freestone. See Freston.

Freigne, Piers, II. 763.

Frel, Chr., I. 956; II. 252, 981.

Freland, I. 1208.

Freman (Freeman), John, I. 73, 702, 1157, 1162, 1192: II. 206, 1151 (2, 3).

Fremington, Devon, II. g. 1008 (19),.

-, hundred of, II. g. 1008 (19).

French admiral, a, I. 438.

French army on the Flemish frontier, (Frenchmen, musters, the French, camp, French king,) I. 58, 563, 600, 625, 647, 664–5, 675, 690, 705, 752, 760–2, 769, 813, 826, 861, 865 (camp), 885, 923, 931, 939, 953, 956, 971, 997, 1016, 1048, 1054, 1071–2, 1076, 1107, 1116, 1134–5, 1166–7, 1179, 1181, 1219–20, 1293, 1329; II. 18 (2), 104, 148, 166 (p. 55), 207, 213, 217, 228, 236, 245 (pp. 101–2), 319, 323 (2), 333, 341, 343, 359, 366–7, 372, 439, 539, 598.

-, in Italy and the South (enterprise of Italy, army of Piedmont), I. 625, 762–3; II. 18 (2), 31, 124, 207, 240, 245 (p. 102), 336, 354, 509 (2), 539 (p. 203), 546, 656, 725, 750, 962, 1014, 1021, 1040, 1127–8, 1143 (p. 401), 1201.

French camp. See French army.

French army (garrisons, soldiers the French, Frenchmen, &c.) on the Flemish frontier, I. 34, 346, 417, 475, 501, 523, 560–1, 1061, 1074, 1135 (p. 525); II. 106, 125, 350.

French fashions, II. 685–6, 711, 808,.

Frenchmen, individual, I. 237, 299, 353 (p. 156), 457, 1061 (p. 484), 1135 (p. 525), 1294; II. 181, 343, 422 (2), 430, 471, 495, 542, 898 (8), 928, 1039.

Frenchmen taken by Burgundians, I. 149, 509, 514–15, 718 (4).

French merchandise, I. 47.

French news, I. 762, 1005, 1329.

French pension (King's money, &c.), I. 865; II. 1148.

French priest, a, I. 436.

French soldiers. See French army.

Frenge, John, II. 837 (2).

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

Fressingfield (Fresyngfeld), Suff., I. g. 1103 (11); II. g. 1311 (24).

Freston, Mr., I. 836.

-, (Fryston, Freestone), Ric., I. 1199 (4), 1227 (10, 2).

Fretynden. See Frittenden.

Freurs (Friar, Fryer), Will., mayor of Oxford, I. 79 (2), 127, 211, 264, 1201; II. 374.

Frewell, ——, II. 396.

Friar. See Freurs.

Friars, exiles, I. 1094.

Frice. See Friesland.

Fricke, John, I. g. 795 (19).

Fridaythorpe, Yorks., I. 174 (2).

Friesland (Frice, Frize), I. 924, 1167; II. 1307.

-, governor of. See King, George.

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

Friskeney, John, I. g. 1104 (10); II. g. 1150 (16).

Fristock. See Frithelstock.

Frith, the. See Forth.

Frithelstock (Fridelistock, Fristock, Frethelstok), Devon, II. g. 796 (3).

-, priory of (supp.), II. 922, 1273.

-, -, grant of, to Lord Lisle (Lisle's patent, "long suit," &c.), I. 23, 86, 237 (the King's gift), 299, 451, 457, 482, 492, 494, 1132–3, 1164, 1139, 1187, 1273; II. 126, 166, 201, 269, 271, 297–8, 328, 337, 423, 466–7, 569, 625, 714:— g. 796 (3).

-, -, John Sturgeon, prior of, II. g. 796 (3).

Frittenden (Fretynden), Kent, I. g. 311 (18).

Frize. See Friesland.

Frobisher or Frobyser, Fras., II. g. 1150 (11).

-, John, I. g. 311 (30).

Frodsham (Frodesham), Chesh., I. 694.

Frodsham (Frodesham), John, II. 58 ii.

Frogmerton. See Throgmorton.

Frost, Wm., I. 371.

Frowlesworth (Froulesworth), Leic., II. 1208 (2).

Fryer. See Freurs.

Frynd, Mr., II. 1113.

Frysour, Thos., II. g. 191 (56).

Fryston. See Freston.

Fuccari. See Fuggers.

Fuggers (Fuccari), the bankers, I. 368.

Fulbery. See Fowbery.

Fulbourn (Foulborne), Camb., II. g. 1311 (20).

Fulford, Yorks., II. 399.

Fulford (Foulfourd), Wm., II. 876.

Fulham, Midd., II. 720.

Fulking (Fulkyn), Suss., II. g. 1311 (34).

Fuller, Mr., auditor of suppressed houses in Yorkshire, I. 1163, 1214, 1307; II. 205 (p. 89).

-, Henry, of Norwich, II. 561.

-, John, II. g. 411 (21).

Fulletby, Linc., I. 734 (3).

Fulmer, Bucks, II. g. 1311 (22).

Fulmerston, ——, Norfolk's servant, I. 1252, 1307; II. 248 (p. 104).

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

Fulnetby, Godf., I. 1207 (7).

Fulstow, Linc., I. 581 n.

Fulstrope. See Fulthorpe.

Fulthorpe, Mr., I. 6 (p. 7), 416 (2), 698 (p. 313).

-, John, II. 1181.

-, (Fulstrope), Margaret, II. 1181, 1231.

-, Wm., of Isilbek, II. 1181.

Fulwell, near Mixbury, Oxon, II. 983.

Fulwood, ——, II. 1118.

-, John, II. g. 1008 (6).

-, Ric., I. g. 539 (4).

Funfkirchen or Pets, in Hungary, bishop of II. 656.

Funtens. See Fountains.

Furlong or Forlong, Sir Fulk, dec., II. 898 (5 ii.).

-, John, II. 898 (5 ii.).

-, Michael, II. 898 (5 ii.).

-, Ph., II. 898 (5).

-, Wm., II. 898 (5 i., ii.).

Furlongs, the Irish family, II. 898 (8).

Furness (Fornes, Furneys, Fournesse), Lanc., I. 6 (p. 6), 39, 478, 1089 (p. 504), 1091 (? Four . . . .), 1092; II. 549, 1151 (2, 3), 1216.

-, letters dated at, II. 205–6.

-, officers of, II. 1151 (2, 3).

-, abbey of, I. 305, 652, 832, 840–2, 878 (p. 395), 880–1, 896, 903, 965 (2), 970, 1093; II. 205–6, 279, 1151 (2), 1216, 1310 i. (23):—App. 44.

-, -, Roger, abbot of, I. 632, 652, 706, 832, 840–2, 849 (p. 380), 880, 903, 914 (p. 416), 1089 (p. 504), 1093.

-, -, -, saying of, I. 841 (3 ii.).

-, -, -, signature of, I. 832, 880.

-, -, monks of, I. 652, 695, 706, 832, 840–2, 849 (p. 380), 896; II. 205.

-, -, prior of. See Garner, Brian.

-, -, surrender of, I. 832, 840, 880, 903.

Furness (Fournes, Fornes), Robt., I. 260, 425, 784, 1178, 1227 (10), 1228, 1285.

-, -, letters from, I. 260, 1228.

Furstenberg (Furstemberg), Count William of, in the French service, "Count Guillaume," I. 443, 464, 580, 600, 625, 1179, 1329; II. 1040.

Fyan, John, II. 1310 i. (43).

Fylbeces, Roger, I. 185.

Fyld. See Field.

Fyndern, George, I. g. 539 (9); II. g. 1008 (43).

-, Robert, II. 290.

Fyneux, Sir John, dec., I. g. 1330 (40).

-, Wm., I. g. 1330 (40).

Fynglas (Finglas, Fyngles), Patrick, chief baron of the Irish Exchequer (died 1537), I. 394–5, 983, 1077; II. 146, 281, 507, 531, 1310 i. (2) ii., (1 bis).

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

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

Fyske, Robt., II. 1119.

Fytzgarrad. See Fitzgerald.



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