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'Index: L', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 12 Part 2: June-December 1537 (1891), pp. 613-628. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75738 Date accessed: 20 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Laans, in Artois, bailly of. See La Tyloye, M. de.

La Bausme (qu. Ste. Baume, in Provence?), I. 1329.

Labbé, Verdun, II. 920, 1047, 1072.

Laborne. See Layburn.

Labrit, Don Enrique de. See Navarre, Henry king of.

Labron. See Layburn.

Lacelles. See Lassells.

Lactantius, a friend of Pole's, I. 526.

Lacy, Henry, I. 734 (8); II. 975

-, Hugh, II. 316

-, John, son-in law of Sir Ric., Tempest, I. 425, 784, 1089 (p. 503 Lace), 1178, 1285; II. 292 ii., 316, 339, 369 (3)

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

-, Sir Robert, I. 369 (p. 166)

-, Rob., I. 535 ii.:—g. 1105 (13)

-, (Lasse), Thos., I. 281 II. 369 (3, 4, 5)

-,-, deposition of, II. 369 (4).

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

Laerquerec or Largerec, Jean du, II. 613.

La Fayette, Mons. de, II. 1040.

Lafford, New and Old, (Linc.?), II. 187 (4).

La Fontaine, Nic. de, I. 1102.

La Forest, Mons. de, French ambassador with the Turk (See also under Turks), II. 1040.

La Heron or Lanherne. See Arundell, Sir John, of La Heron.

La Heuze, ——, of St. Omer. I. 376.

Laignel, Collin, I. 1197.

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

Laken, Edw., II. g. 411 (13).

Lakenham, Norf., II. 864

-, parish priest of, II. 864.

Lakes, Thomas, I. 957.

Laleham (Laylame), Midd., letter dated at, II. 497, 536.

Laleu, in France, II. 1131.

La Londe, Cardin de, letter to, I. 47 (3).

Lamander, Giles, II. 87.

La Marck (Marke), Robert de, lord of Sedan and Fleuranges, marshal of France (died 1537), I. 53, 556 (p. 260), 625.

Lamarsh (Lammarshe), Essex, I. 795 (8).

Lambert or Lamberte, ——, of the Petty Bag, II. 638

-, (Lambard), Mr., I. 1225–6; II. 160

-, Bastiaen, I. 1074–5

-, Chr., I. 369 (p. 165)

-, John, I. 369, 1019:—g. 795 (4); II. 1181 iv.:—g. 1150 (11), 1311 (29)

-, John, customer of Hull, I. 698 (2)

-, Wm., I. 18.

Lambeth (Lamehyth, Lamehitbe), Surr., II. 952 (p. 333), 1054 n

-, letters dated at, I. 644, 977, 1281; II. 288, 293, 314, 1055, 1156, 1168, 1179, 1190.

Lambourn, Berks, I. g. 311 (33).

Lame, Thos., II. 299.

La Meilleraye, in France, letter dated at, I. 203.

La Meilleraye, sienr de. See Moy, Chas de.

Lamerstead (Lamerside) Hall, Westmld., I. 687 (2).

Lamesfeld, Surr., I. g. 1104 (5).

La Montoire, in Artois, letter dated at, I. 1074.

La Mote, Sir Piero de, alias Le Provost, II. 1206.

La Motte, Jacques de, abbot of Ardres, letter from, I. 519.

Lampelow or Lamplieu. See Lamplugh., Jacques de, abbot of Ardres, letter from, I. 519.

Lamplugh (Lample), Cumb., letter dated at, II. 262.

Lamplugh (Lample, Lampley, Lawmpley, Lampelow, Lamplieu), Sir John, I. 401–2, 498, 904, 1259; II. 205 (p. 89), 249 (3 ii., 6), 250 (1 ii.), 1161, 1216:—g. 1150 (18)

-,-, instructions for, II. 1216

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

-, (Lampley), John, I. 687 (p. 301)

-, Robt., II. 836

-, (Lampliewgh), Thos., letter from, I. 18.

Lamport, ——, II. 898 (8).

Lampray, Ric., I. 685 (3)

-, Stephen, I. 298.

Lampridius, Benedictus, the poet, I. 24 n.

La Myre, Jacques, II. 930.

Lanbrght, Yorks., I. 236.

Lancashire (County Palatine of Lancaster), I. 6 (pp. 6, 7), 7, 136, 302, 389, 392 (p. 194), 457 (p. 220), 466, 578 (p. 267), 630–3, 695, 706, 781, 784, 785, 788, 849 (pp. 379–80), 853, 880, 901 (p. 405), 946 (2), 970, 1092; II. 186 (74), 205, 778

-, monasteries in, I. 1

-, commissioners in, I. 520.

Lancaster, I. 518, 520, 842 (p. 373), 914 (p. 416)

-, letters dated at, I. 630–2

-, castle of, I. 840, 878

-, mayor of, I. 914 (p. 416).

Lancaster, Duchy of (the Duchy), I. 193, 739, 896, 901 (p. 408), 1091:—g. 1103 (35); II. 88, 186 (16 ii., 41, 53, 54, 65), 814

-,-, attorney of, II. 276. See Coningsby, Wm

-,-, chancellor of. See Fitzwilliam, Sir Wm

-,-, receiver of, II. 984.

Lancaster, Geoffrey, I. 534, 1023

-, George, priest, II. 398

-, Lancelot, II. 249 (6), 250 (1 ii.), 836

-, Wm., I. 671, 849 (pp. 381, 383), 878, 914 (p. 416), 1089 (p. 504):—g. 795 (4), 1104 (8); II. 248, 249 (6)

-,-, confession of, I. 671 (2).

Lancaster Herald. See Miller, Thos.

Lance, of Watton. See Wilkinson, Lancelot.

Lance knights (lancers, lansquenets), I. 556 (p. 259), 1329; II. 16, 46, 93 (2), 104, 125, 192, 367.

Landerton, —, a Flemish ship-captain, I. 663, 718 (4).

Landkey (Lankey), Devon, II. 182.

Landreteun, near Calais, letter dated at, I. 1075.

Lane, Mr., I. 308 (p. 140)

-, John, I. g. 1103 (33); II. 1050:—g. 1150 (28)

-, Ralph, jun., I. 456

-,-, signature of, I. 456 ii

-, Thos., II. g. 1008 (18), 1150 (34)

-, Wm., II. 1323.

Lanercost, Cumb., I. 121

-, priory of, I. 479.

Lanesdale. See Lonsdale.-, priory of, I. 479.

Lang, John, I. 841 (2).

Langdale, ——, I. 788

-, Hugh, I. 141, 201 (pp. 85–8, 91, 93–5, 100), 202 (pp. 103–4), 370, 1130

-,-, examination of, I. 201 (p. 87) 370 (p. 169)

-,-, wife of, I. 201 (p. 87), 370 (p. 169)

-, (Longdale), Wm., of Scarborough, II. 1212 (pp. 427–8).

Langden (Langdon) Abbey (supp.), near Dover, I. 573; II. 982.

Langdon, Robt., II. g. 1150 (12).

Lange, Jehan, letters from, I. 47

-,-, his wife, at Paris, I. 47.

Langeac, J. de. See Limoges, bp. of.

Langerby (qu. Langwathby?), II. 249 (5, 6).

Langey, Guillaume du Bellay sieur de, II. 1254.

Langford, Thos., I. g. 539 (15).

Langham, Norf., II., g. 1150 (38).

Langhorne or Langthorn, Ant. I. 914 (p. 416).

Langiec, Madame de, I. 719

-, Mons. de, I. 719.

Langley, Dham., I. 345, 595, 1090 (pp. 505, 507); II. 398, 696 (2):—g. 411 (17).

Langley (priory or abbey?), Norf., I. 510.

Langley Lodge, letter dated, II. 1074.

Langley Marish (Marrys), Bucks., II. 975.

Langley Regis (King's Langley), Herts, II. 974–5

-, prior of. See Ingworth, Ric.

Langley, John, I. 612

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

-, Thos., I. 581 n

-, Wm., I. 581; II. 1212 (p. 428).

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

Langridge (Langrege, Langryge), Dr., I. 786 ii., 1021

-, (Langrige), Mother, II. 70.

Langstroth Dale, Yorks., I. 792; II. 1295.

Langthorn or Langhorne, Ant., I. 914 (p. 416).

Langtoft, Yorks., I. 1277.

Langton, Linc., I. g. 1103 (5); II. g. 411 (29).

Langton, Suss. See Laughton.

Langton, Sir Thomas, I. 785, 880

-,-, signature of, I. 880

-, W., II. 186 (8).

Languedoc, in France, I. 556 (p. 259).

Langwathby, Cumb., II. g. 191 (45).

Langwathe (Langwith), Linc., I. 70 xi.

Lanherne or La Heron, Cornw. See Arundell, Sir John, of La Heron.

Lantony (Lanthonye), Glouc., I. 308 (pp. 139–40)

-, letter dated at, I. 569

-, priory of, II. 1288, 1310 i. (21), ii. (4)

-,-, Richard prior of, letter from, I. 569

-,-, cell of, in Wales. See Lantony prima, Monm.

Lantony Prima, priory of, Monm., a cell of Lantony (Secunda) in Gloucestershire, I. 569.

Lantregar (Treguier?), in Brittany, II. 1325.

Large, Edw., priest of Hampton upon the Way (Bishop's Hampton), II. 215, 302–3, 496, 501, 840, 909.

Largerec or Laerquerec, Jean du, II. 613.

Larke, Peter, Gardiner's servant, I. 770; II. 78, 1004 (p. 349)

-, Thos., Wolsey's servant, I. 742 (3 ii.).

La Rochepot. See Rochepot.-, Thos., Wolsey's servant, I. 742 (3 ii.).

Lartington (Lyrtington), Yorks., priest of. See Tristram, Wm.

Laryngsete. See Letheringsett., Yorks., priest of. See Tristram, Wm.

La Sao, Michael de, physician, I. g. 311 (31).

La Sart, sieur de. See Du Blioul, Laur.

Lasse. See Lacy., sieur de. See Du Blioul, Laur.

Lassells, ——, I. 139, 1025

-, Chr., II, 321:—g. 1311 (10)

-,-, saying of, II. 321 (2 ii.)

-, (Lacelles), George, I. 849 (p. 381), 850, 1087 (p. 498), 1088, 1119, 1206; II. 321 (2)

-,-, confession of, I. 1119

-,-, saying of, II. 321 (2)

-, (Lasells), Ric., I. 6 (p. 7), 380 (p. 179)

-, (Lasselles), Roger, I. 6 (p. 7), 29 (2), 217, 392 (p. 191), 393, 1159, 1172 (2), 1207 (4); II. 193:—g. 1150 (18)

-, Sir Roger, II. 1275.

Lastingham (Lassyngham), Yorks., II. 741

-, letter dated at, I. 304.

Lastisane (i.e. Astesan), the country of Asti q. v.

Lasyngham, ——, I. 1087 (p. 495).

Latche, Alice, II. 51.

Latham, See Laytham.

Latham, Lathom or Lathum, ——, goldsmith, II. 478

-, Gilbert, M.A., I. g. 795 (45)

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

-, Ralph, goldsmith, I. 516, 1150

-, Roland, II. 1245, 1274

-,-, letter from, II. 1245.

Lather (Lathar), Thos., cellarer and granator of Watton, I. 201 (pp. 96, 98–100, 102), 202 (p. 105), 370 (p. 170)

-,-, examination of, I. 201 (4), 370 (p. 170).

Lathom (Latham, Lathon), Lanc., I. 7, 578 (p. 267), 652, 785, 841 (1, 4), 1089 (p. 504).

Lathom or Lathum. See Latham., Lathon), Lanc., I. 7, 578 (p. 267), 652, 785, 841 (1, 4), 1089 (p. 504).

Latimer (Latomer), John Nevill, lord, I. 6 (pp. 4, 5, 6, 7), 16, 29 (1–2), 56, 131, 169, 173, 201 (p. 92), 202 (p. 104), 234, 337, 369, 370 (p. 168), 392 (pp. 189, 191), 393, 402, 632, 789, 901 (p. 412), 913, 945 (p. 429), 946 (2), 1012 (p. 456), 1022 (pp. 465, 467), 1035, 1084 (p. 492), 1087, 1089 (p. 503), 1175 i.—g. 539 (3, 4); II. 14, 101, 102 (3, 4), 166 (p. 55), 172 (2), 665, 733, 784:—App. 28 (1, 2)

-,-, letters from, I. 131, 173, 913; II. 784

-,-, his daughter Margaret, II. App. 28 (2)

-,-, his house, 1. 169, 173

-,-, his wife and children, I. 173.

Latimer, Lady, wife of the preceding (Katharine Parr, afterwards Queen); I. 173; II. 187 (6 ii ).

Latimer (Latomer), Hugh, bp. of Worcester, I. 38, 201 (p. 90), 307–8, 508, 701, 758, 790 (p. 347), 853, 901 (pp. 405, 409), 953, 1021, (3), 1079, 1147 (pp. 529–30), 1312, 1323; II. 194, 258, 259–6, 302–3, 361, 402, 436, 501, 512, 530, 587, 593, 776, 840–2, 909, 947, 965, 1043–4, 1060 (p. 374), 1100, 1259, 1266:— App. 35:—g. 1150 (34 "Hen.")

-,-, letters from, II. 258, 295, 501, 840, 909, 947, 1043–4, 1259, 1266

-,-, letters to, I. 701, 758; II. 194, 302

-,-, opinion of purgatory, I. 1312

-,-, a sermon by, I. 953, 1147 (p. 529), 1312 (2)

-,-, his chancellor, II. 302 (p. 125).

Latimer, Wm., clk., II. g. 411 (39).

Latur, Pierrot de ("one Pirot"), I. 589 (1, 2).

La Tyloye, M. de, bailly of Laans, II. 333.

Laurrans. See Lawrence., M. de, bailly of Laans, II. 333.

Lauffre. See Laver., M. de, bailly of Laans, II. 333.

Laughton, Leic., II. g. 1311 (4).

Laughton (Langton), Suss., II. g. 1008 (3).

Launcell, John, II. g. 1311 (20).

Lauuceston (Launson), Cornw., I. 152, 298; II. 595, 690, 764

-, letters dated at, II. App. 3, 6

-, castle of, I. g. 311 (30); II. g. 1150 (14)

-, priory, II. App. 3

-, John Shere or Schere, prior of, I. 298; II. App. 3, 6

-,-, letters from, II. App. 3, 6.

Launde (Lawnda) Priory, Leic., II. 1314.

Launde, Ric., II. 602

-, (Lawnde or Laynde), Thos., I. 686:—g. 1103 (24)

-,-, Joan his wife, I. g. 1103 (24).

Launson. See Launceston.

Laurans. See Lawrence.

Laurence, I. 202 (p. 104), i.e., Lancelot, Wilkinson, q.v.

Laurence or Laurens. See Lawrence., I. 202 (p. 104), i.e., Lancelot, Wilkinson, q.v.

Laurerius, Dionysius, prior-general of the Servites. "the Reverend General," nuncio to James V. in France, I. 34, 88 (p. 47), 165, 286, 296, 326, 414, 647, 923, 931.

Lauson. See Lawson., Dionysius, prior-general of the Servites. "the Reverend General," nuncio to James V. in France, I. 34, 88 (p. 47), 165, 286, 296, 326, 414, 647, 923, 931.

La Valona (Velona, Avalony, Vallonia, Avallon), in Albania, I. 310; II. 104 (p. 37), 129, 312, 320, 509 (2), 546 (? Valcona), 750.

Lavant, Suss., II. g. 1008 (19).

La Vaur. bp. of. See Selva, George.

Laver (Lauffre) Parva, Essex, I. g. 1330 (51).

La Vere. See Veere., Essex, I. g. 1330 (51).

Lavington (Levyngton), Linc., II. g. 411 (27).

Law -, I. 801.

La Warr or Lawarre. See De la Warr., I. 801.

Lawden or Lawiden, John, II. 1221, 1233 1273.

Lawe, Mr. See Lowe, Arthur.

Lawiden. See Lawden., Mr. See Lowe, Arthur.

Lawles, Will., II. 830.

Lawmpley. See Lamplugh., Will., II. 830.

Lawnce, of Watton. See Wilkinson, Lancelot.

Lawnda. See Launde., of Watton. See Wilkinson, Lancelot.

Lawnde. See Launde., of Watton. See Wilkinson, Lancelot.

Lawrence (Laurence), ——, I. 1210; II. 70

-, (Laurence, Lauerans), Edm., I. 671, 1088

-, (Lowrance, Lawrence), Dan James, I. 201 (5), 370 (p. 170)

-, (Laurens), John, vicar of Rainham, I. 301

-, Robt., I. g. 795 (19)

-, (Laurans), Robt., prior of Bevall (executed 1535), II. 181

-, Thos., constable of Guisnes Castle, I. 17 (2), 589 (2)

-, Thos., I. g. 539 (48); II. 44

-, Wm., I. g. 1330 (30).

Lawrey or Lawry. See Lowrey.

Lawson (Lauson), Sir George, treasurer of Berwick, I. 6 (p. 7), 116, 200 (pp. 84–5), 219, 306 (p. 138), 369, 449, 809, 852, 863, 918, 946 (2), 968, 1018, 1022, 1024, 1172, 1214, 1307 (1, 2), 1320, 1326; II. 53, 69, 82, 102, 155, 250 (1 ii., 2), 348, 588, 659, 914 (2), 1077, 1181 iv., 1198, 1231 (pp. 432–3):—g. 411 (38), 1150 (11)

-,-, letters from, I. 116, 219, 449, 968, 1024; II. 69, 348, 1198.

Lawson, Lady, II. 236

-, Agnes, prioress of St. Bartholomew's in Newcastle, I. g. 795 (49)

-, James, of Newcastle, I. 259, 1307

-, Joan, prioress of Neasham, II. g. 411 (11)

-, Wm., II. 910.

Lawton, Hew., signature of, I. 108.

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

Layburn (Labron), ——, parson, I. 7 (p. 10), 914 (pp. 416–17)

-, (Layborne, Leyborn, Laborne, &c.), Sir James, steward of Kendal under Mr. Parr, I. 384, 632, 671 (2), 825 (?), 849 (pp. 381, 383), 914 passim, 959, 965. 1089 (p. 504); II. 205 (p. 89), 249 (3 ii., 6), 250 (1 ii.), 1161

-,-, letter from, I. 384

-,-, confession of, I. 671 (2)

-, Nich., brother of Sir James, I. 914 (pp. 415, 417), 965

-,-, saying of, I. 965.

Laych, Ant., of Hull, I. 1059.

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

-, Abbey of, I. g. 311 (42)

-, Joan Temmys abbess of, I. g. 311 (42).

Laylame. See Laleham.

Layland. See Lelande.

Laynde. See Launde.

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

Layston (Leyston), Herts., II. 1027.

Laytham (Latham, Lethom), Yorks., I. 698 (p. 313); II. 101.

Layton (Leghton, Leighton, Leyton, Leaton), Dr. Ric., clerk of Chancery, archd. of Buckingham, visitor of monasteries, I. 6 (p. 9n., 369, 467, 481, 491, 547, 687 (pp. 302 bis, 304), 702, 708, 736, 775, 788, 945, 1011, 1014, 1018–19, 1023, 1034 (2), 1175 (p. 541), 1264; II. 20, 165, 283–4, 744, 748–9, 780, 828, 851, 882–3, 926, 934, 1137, 1151 (2), 1171

-,-, letters from, I. 736; II. 165, 283–4, 748–9, 926, 934

-,-, letters to, I. 708; II. 744, 883

-,-, handwriting of, I. 775.

Layton or Leighton (Leyton), Mr., II. 45, 78

-, Mr., preacher, I. 1158

-, Ant., I. 671, 849 (p. 381)

-,-, confession of, I. 671 (2)

-, (Leighton), Edw., priest, I. 1089 (p. 504):—g. 1330 (48)

-, Nic., I. 671, 849 (p. 381), 1089 (p. 504)

-, Ric., I. 581 n.

Lea (Lye, Lee, Leye) castle and manor, co. Kildare, II. 383 (p. 157), 1097, 1310 i. (4).

Leable (near ferouenne?), II. 372 (p. 153).

Leach, J., master of the Rolls (in 1829), enrolment ordered by, II. g. 617 (10).

Leache or Leche, ——, II. 417

-, Edw., I. 581n

-, Geo., II. 469

-, (Lech), Nic., parson of Belchford, I. 70 xi., xiii, 734 (3); II. 181

-,-, examination of, I. 70 xi., xiii

-, Ralph, II. 186 (40), 568

-,-, letter from II. 568

-, (Leuche), Robt., of Fulletby, I. 734 (3); II. 181

-, (Leeche. Leiche, Lech), Wm., of Horncastle. I. 70 vii., x., xiii., 247, 319, 322, 380 (p. 176), 416 (2), 420, 479, 481 (p. 228), 490–1, 506, 914 (p. 417), 946 (2); II. 291 ii.

Lead, I. 74, 535, 676–7, 698 (2), 847, 998, 1087 (p. 497), 1257; II. 14, 59, 92, 144, 205, 234, 432, 545, 864, 936, 1076 (p. 379), 1083, 1216

-, mines, II. 398.

Leade, John, of Aylesford, I. 1289.

Leake (Leyke), Mr., II. 611.

Leason, Robt., II. 1257.

Leasteledhope, Kent, II. g. 1311 (16).

Leather, I. 1003.

Leaton. See Layton., I. 1003.

Lecagh, co. Kildare, II. 1310 i. (37).

Lecale (Le Cale), co. Louth (now Down), II. 1310 i. (4).

Leche or Lech. See Leache.

Leckonfield (Lekynfelde, Lekenfelde, Lekcomfelde, Lekenfild), Yorks., I. 201 (p. 90), 1090 (p. 505); II. 161, 398, 548, 1295

-, letters dated at, II. 203, 229, 233

-, parson of, chaplain to Sir Thos. Percy, I. 393 (p. 195), 467

-, park of, II. 229.

Ledar. See Leder.-, park of, II. 229.

Leddes. See Leeds.-, park of, II. 229.

Ledebeter, Roland, II. 1212.

Leder (Lether), Mr., II. 111

-, (Ledar), Henry, I. 17 (2)

-, Oliver, I. g. 1105 (11); II. g. 411 (3)

-, Robt., II. 475.

Ledes (Ledys), John, letter from, I. 927

-, Robt., examination of, I. 70 xii.

Ledes. See Leeds.

Ledesdale. See Liddisdale.

Ledesham, Hen., II. 58 ii.

Lednam, Hugh, I. 581n.

Ledys. See Leeds; also Ledes.

Lee. See Leigh; also Lea., Hugh, I. 581n.

Lee (Lye), Bucks, II. 221.

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

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

Lee, Edward, abp. of York, I. 20, 29 (1, 2), 33, 39, 50, 52, 64, 67, 86, 192, 201 (pp. 86, 88–91, 99, 101), 202, 306 (pp. 137–8), 323, 370 (p. 169), 392 (pp. 183, 189, 191), 393, 532–3, 536, 546, 687 (p. 304), 698 (pp. 310, 312), 786, 788–9 (pp. 345–6), 790 (p. 347), 849 (p. 381), 873, 878, 900 (p. 402), 901 (pp. 404, 407, 410–12), 945, 979, 991, 1011 (pp. 454–5), 1012 (4), 1013 (p. 459), 1018–19, 1021 i., ii., 1022, 1053 (p. 431), 1089 (p. 503); II. 193, 258, 268, 310 (2), 331, 358, 402–3,.

459, 474 (the Bishop), 521, 534 (2), 620, 658, 679, 684, 717, 851, 1093, 1165, 1175, 1247:—g. 617 (9)

-,-, letters from, I. 20, 33, 849 (p. 381 cited); II. 268, 331, 459, 658, 679, 684, 851, 1093, 1175

-,-, letters to, I. 21, 52; II. 1165

-,-, his brother. See Lee, —

-,-, his chancellor. See Clyff, Dr

-,-, three of his chaplains, I. 1022 (p. 467)

-,-, his declaration, I. 1022

-,-, his preaching, I. 29 (2). See also Preachers

-,-, his registrar, I. 1022; II. 658, 851

-,-, his suffragan, I. 1022 (p. 467).

Lee, Roland, BP. of Coventry and Lichfield (bp. of Chester), president of the Council in the marches of Wales, letters from, I. 93, 545, 806–7, 820, 928, 969, 973, 1091, 1139, 1148, 1183, 1202, 1271; II. 222, 402, 611, 770, 816, 896, 914 ii., 927, 965, 985–6, 993, 995–6, 1057, 1094, 1106, 1183, 1199, 1237:—g. 1150 (34 "Ric.")

-,-, letters to, I. 679, 767, 819; II 835, 852, 1057 (2), 1173

-,-, other references to, I. 93 (2), 821, 1218, 1272:—g. 539 (3) 1330 (55); II. 956, 1057 (2), 1299, 1333

-,-, his cousin Doctor. See Legh, Dr. Thos

-,-, his house I. 973. See also London, Strand

-,-, signature of, II. 1057 (2, 3).

Lee, —, brother of the Archbishop. I. 201 (p. 90), 370, 392 (p. 189)

-, —, letter to, I. 740

-, (Ley), Mr., of Bridgenorth, I. 808

-, Mr. II. 1320

-, Anthony, Wyatt's brother-in-law, II. 774, 811, 870

-,-, letter from, II. 811

-,-, his wife, II. 870

-, Bennet, II. 1060 (p. 373)

-, Edm., II. g. 1150 (42)

-, (Ley), Edw., I. 1150

-, John, canon of Wigmore, I. 742 (2)

-, (Lye), John, of Kilkenny, II. 837 (2)

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

-, Reynold a, I. 92

-, (Legh, Leigh), Ric. surveyor of Calais, I. 23, 61, 353 (p. 156), 451, 555, 738, 750, 961 (pp. 436–7), 1140, 1203; II. 113, 338, 466–7, 550, 555 (pp. 209–10), 569, 625–6, 648, 660–1, 676, 704–5, 711, 801, 825, 830, 895, 988, 1209

-,-, letters from, I. 451; II. 705, 830

-,-, letter to, II. 895

-,-, his wife. See Grenville, Sir Ric., daughter of

-, Sir Robert, II. 157:—g. 1150 (15)

-, Roland, nephew of the Bishop, II. 986

-, (Legh, Leigh), Wm., I. g. 539 (4); II. 186 (41–3, 53, 54, 72)

-,-, letter to, II. 186 (53) See also Legh.

Leeds (Ledys, Ledis), Kent, priory of, I. 867, 1308; II. 1314

-,-, prior of. See Day, Thos

-,-, the "suffragan late prior," I. 867.

Leeds (Leddes, Ledes), Yorks., I. 81, 201 (p. 89? Ledes), 383 (p. 180), 391; II. 186 (14)

-, letters dated, II. 186 (55).

Leehall, the, in Tynedale, II. 878.

Leeke, Jasper, II. g. 1008 (31).

Leeke (Leek), John, I. 581 ii.:—g. 539 (9); II. 954:—g. 191 (50)

-, (Leke), Wm., I. 548, 585, 646 n., 794

-,-, letter from, I. 548.

Leffening. See Levenyng.

Leg. See Legge.

Le Gaillay or Gallais, Jehan, I. 47 (4, 15).

Legate. See Leggatt.

Legate, the. See Pole, Reginald, card.

Legbourn (Lekeborne) nunnery (supp.), Linc., I. 380 (pp. 175, 177), 734 (3).

Lege. See Liege.

Legent or Legeant, Wm., mariner, I. 37; II. 397

-,-, letter from, I. 37.

Leget. See Leggatt.

Leggatt (Legat), ——, II. 429, 448

-, (Leget, Legat, Legate), Robert, friar of Furness, I. 652 (one Sir Robert), 841 (2, 3, i., ii., 4), 842, 849 (p. 380), 1089 (p. 504)

-,-, despositions of, I. 841 (3)

-,-, information by, I. 842.

Legge or Leg, Robt., I. 418, 1117; II. 70, 123.

Legh (Lee, Leigh, Ley), Thomas. LL.D., visitor of monasteries ("cousin Doctor"), I. 6. (p. 9 n), 185, 369, 467, 481, 491, 629, 687 (pp. 302 bis, 304), 702, 788, 822 (2? Mr. Doctor), 893, 902, 914, 945, 1011, 1014, 1023, 1025, 1034 (2), 1035–6, 1175 (pp. 539, 541):—g. 795 (17); II. 19, 502, 896, 985–6, 993, 1151 (2), 1161:—App. 14

-,-, letters from, I. 893; II. 502, 1161

-,-, letters to, I. 1025; II. 986:—App. 14.

Legh (Leght, Lighe, Leyghe), John, I. 687 (p. 301), 904; II. 249 (6), 250 (1 ii.), 836

-,-, letter from, I. 904

-, (Leygh, Leighe), Thos., I. 54, 61

-,-, letter from, I. 54 See also Lee.

Leghe. See Corbett of Leghe.

Leghorn (Livorno), in Italy, II. 62.

Leghton. See Layton., in Italy, II. 62.

Le Gras, Denis, I. 659

-, Guillaume, I. 240–1, 659, 972; II. 565, 685–7, 788–90, 919–20, 1047, 1072, 1146, 1195

-,-, letters from, I. 240–1, 659; II. 565, 687, 919–20, 1047, 1072, 1146

-,-, letters to, II. 685–6

-,-, his wife, Madame Le Gras, I. 972; II. 1072.

Lehall. See Leehall.

Leicester, I. g. 795 (38); II. 6

-, letter dated at, II. 800

-, mayor of, II. 6

-, recorder of. See Beaumont, John

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

Leicester, Archd. of. See Bonner, Edm.

Leicestershire, II. 1101, 1208, 1314:—g. 191 (48), 1150 (18)

-, (and Warwickshire), sheriff of. See Villers, Sir John.

Leigh (Lee), Essex, I. g. 1330 (58).

Leigh. See Legh and Lee., Essex, I. g. 1330 (58).

Leighlin, co. Carlow, II. 1310 ii. (2):—g. 1008 (35).

Leighlin, bishop of, II. 837 (2).

Leighlin Bridge (Leyglen), in Ireland. I. 394 (2), 1027, 1066; II. 1097.

Leighs (Lieghez, Lighez) Magna, Essex, II. g. 191 (40)

-, letter dated at, II. 1295

-, priory of, 1. g. 1330 (54); II. g. 191 (40).

Leights (Lighes) Parva, Esses, II. g. 191 (40).

Leighton beck (Leyghton), in Beetham, I. 671.

Leighton (Leyghton). See Layton., in Beetham, I. 671.

Leighton Ecclesia, Hunts, prebend of, II. 20, (28).

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

Leinster, in Ireland, I. 394–5; II. 729 (5)

-, a note "for the winning of," I. 394 (2, 3).

Leintwardine (Leyntwardyne), Heref., I. 742 (2).

Leipsic, in Germany, fair at, I. 181.

Leire (Leyre), Leic., II. 1208 (2).

Leiston (Leyston), Suff., I. g. 1103 (11)

-, Abbey (supp.) of, I. g. 1103 (11)

-,-, George abbot of, I. g. 1103 (11).

Leith, in Scotland, I. 1015, 1286; II. 1025.

Leix (Leysse), in Ireland, II. 729.

Leixlip (Lexlip), co. Kildare, II. 729 (5), 1288 ii., 1310 i. (5).

Lekeborne. See Legbourn.

Lekirke. See Likerke.

Lekis, Mons. de, II. 699.

Lekynfelde. See Leckonfield., Mons. de, II. 699.

Leland (Layland) John, the Antiquary, I. 230; II. 646

-,-, letter from, I. 230.

Lelome, John, I. 392 (p. 184).

Le Marissal, Jehan, I. 273.

Le Maurrye, Lanselot de, II. 60.

Le Merlere. See Merlera, Island of.

Le Monkyn, Glouc., I. g. 795 (42).

Len. See Lynn.

Le Nangre, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (10).

Leney, Baron of, II. 442.

Lenfant, Jehan, letter to, I. 47 (12).

Lens, in Artois, II. 372 (? Gens).

Lent, eating of white meat in, I. 679.

Lentall, Mr., II. 92.

Lenthall (Leyntall) Starkes, Heref., I. g. 795 (20); II. 120.

Lenton (Lentune) Abbey, Notts,, I. 912, 1236, 1327

-, conversations in, I. 892

-, prior of, I. 892 ii

-, sub-prior of, I. 892.

Leon, Commendador mayor of. See Covos, F. de los.

Leonard, John, I. 841 (3).

Leonum. See Holt., John, I. 841 (3).

Le Provost, Sir Piero, alias De la Mote, II. 1206.

Le Ridder, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (22).

Leschacier, François, I. 47 (1, 9, 17)

-,-, letter to, I. 47 (9).

Lescu, Pierre de, I. 47 (1, 5, 19)

-,-, letter to I. 47 (5).

Le Sonagh or Sonnagh, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (37), ii. (8).

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

Lessness (Lysnes, Lyesnes), Kent, I. 1170; II. 821.

Le Standard (Lestandart), Robert, I. 1074; II. 210

-,-, letter from, I. 1074.

Lestartan or Lestarton, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (37 bis).

Lester. See Lister., co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (37 bis).

Lestraunge (Strange), Sir Thomas, I. 1171, 1300; II. 68, 1151 (2), 1219

-,-, signature of, II. 68.

Leteley. See Netley.

Lether. See Leder.

Letherbarows, Thos., I. 19.

Letheringham, Suff., letter dated, I. 10

-, Priory of (supp.), I. 359, 510.

Letheringsett (Laryngsete), Norf., I. 1045 (2).

Lethom. See Laytham., Norf., I. 1045 (2).

Letters, carriage of, I. 389

-, intercepted, I. 47–8.

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

Leucate, in France, II. 1254.

Levant, the, II. 130, 271, 320, 792.

Le Veneur, Jean, cardinal, II. 962, 1125, 1254, 1291.

Levenyng (Levynyng, Lyffyng, Leffening, Levnyng), Wm., I. 201 (pp. 86, 91), 202, 370, 416 (2), 466, 532, 698 (p. 313), 730–1, 846–7, 848 (pp. 376, 378), 858 (3), 864. 916, 942, 974, 1087 (p. 497), 1172, 1218, 1255

-,-, examination of, I. 730 (2)

-,-, trial of, I. 731.

Lever, Lanc., II. 186 (40, 47).

Leverington, Camb., parson of, I. 129.

Leversege, Robt., II. 1149.

Leverseges. See Liversedge., Robt., II. 1149.

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

Leving, alias Perlaune (q. v.).

Levon or Levyn. See Line., alias Perlaune (q. v.).

Levyns, Chr., II. 1324.

Levynyng. See Levening., Chr., II. 1324.

Lewenythe or Leweny, beside Denbigh, I. 1183 (2):—g. 1103 (37).

Lewes (Lews), Suss., I. 941; II. 1154:—g. 1008 (19), 1311 (34)

-, letters dated at, II. 1185, 1282

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

-, Grey Friars of, II. 1185, 1282

-,-, warden (garden) of, II. 1185

-, Priory of, II. 1030, 1062, 1101, 1151 (2, 3 bis), 1154:—g. 1311 (30)

-,-, Robt., prior of, II. 1062, 1101.—g. 1311 (30)

-,-, surrender of, II. 1101.

Lewes, bp. Roland Lee's servant. See Jones, Lewis.

Lewes, Adam, I. 990; II. 450

-, Alan, I. 328

-, Edw., II. 995

-, Eleanor, II. 450

-, Hugh, II. 995

-, John, treasurer of St. Davids, I. 830

-, (or Lewis), Robt., mayor of Canterbury, II. 475, 488, 1324

-,-, letter from, II. 1324

-, Roger, LL.B., of St. Davids, I. 93 (2)

-, (Lewys), Roger, II. 956.

Lewis, Don. See Louis.

Lewisham (Lewsham), Kent, I. g. 1104 (6); II. 1151 (3).

Lewke. See Liege.

Lewsham. See Lewisham.

Lexden hundred, Essex, II. g. 411 (14, 15), 1008 (25).

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

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

Lexlip. See Leixlip., West, Norf., II. g. 1311 (30).

Ley. See Lee., West, Norf., II. g. 1311 (30).

Leyborn. See Layburn., West, Norf., II. g. 1311 (30).

Leyche, ——, I. 303.

Leyddyngton, Robt., II. 692.

Leyer, Wm., mayor of Norwich, II. 13

-,-, letter from, II. 13 (3).

Leygh. See Legh.

Leyglen. See Leighlin.

Leyke. See Leake.

Leylande (Leylond), Sir Wm., I. 633, 716, 832, 840; II. 344

-,-, letter from, I. 633

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

Leyns, Peter, II. 1310 i. (2).

Leyntall. See Lenthall.

Leys, Laurence, I. 841 (3).

Leysse. See Leix.

Leyston. See Layston.

Leyth. See Lythe.

Leyton. See Layton.

Libere (or Libert) Turk. See Turk, Libere.

Lichfield, Warw., II. 58 ii

-, letters dated at, I. 679, 767.

Lichfield (Lychefeld), John, alias Dowsett, I. 1103 (30).

Liddington (Lydyngton), Rutl., letter dated at, II. 678.

Liddisdale(Lyddesdale. Liddersdale, Lydersdale, Ledesdale), in Scotland, I. 421, 839, 859, 982, 991, 1050, 1118: II. 142, 203 (p. 87), 226, 291, 441, 537, 588, 590, 641, 666, 829, 978–9, 990.

Lidlington (Littlington), Beds., I. g. 1330 (50).

Liedekerke. See Likerke.

Liege (Lege, Luke), I. 1053, 1135, 1220, 1242–3, 1293; II. 26, 107, 175, 311, 510, 598, 620, 633, 791, 1014–15

-, letters dated at, I. 1302; II. 71–73, 169, 310, 499, 511, 552–3, 559.

Liege (Lewke, Luke, Luike), Erarde de la Marck, cardinal of, I. 435 n, 684, 997, 1052–3 (pp. 480–1), 1061 (p. 484), 1135, 1167, 1174, 1189, 1220, 1242–3, 1293, 1306; II. 26, 41, 71, 72, 93 (2), 107, 148, 175–6, 310, 442, 499, 510–11, 559, 598, 725, 1015, 1026, 1126, 1172, 1272

-,-, letters to, I. 1052; II. 1026, 1126, 1272

-,-, his sister's daughter, II. 1172.

Lieghez. See Leighs.

Lieutenant, Lord (in the autum of 1536). See Shrewsbury, Earl of.

Lieutenant, Mr. [of the Tower]. See Walsingham, Sir Edw.

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

Lighe. See Legh., Suss., II. g. 1311 (16).

Lighez. See Leighs., Suss., II. g. 1311 (16).

Lightfoot, Geo., II. 469

-, (Lyghttfote), Ric, or John, II. 215, 303 (p. 126).

Lighthorne, Warw., I. g. 311 (6); II. g. 1311 (18).

Ligon (Lygyn), Ric., I. g. 539 (3); II. g. 1150 (34)

-, (Lyggon), Roger, II. g. 191 (35).

Likerke (Liedekerke, Lekirke). See Hannaert, John.

Lilburne, Thos., I. 380.

Lilgrave, Mrs., II. 271.

Lille (Lile), in Flanders, I. 1306; II. 25, 31.

Lillers (Lilers), in Artois, I. 1005; II. 372.

Limber, Much-, Linc., I. 380 (p. 176).

Limehouse. See under London., Much-, Linc., I. 380 (p. 176).

Limerick (country), II. 1310 i. (4).

Limerick (town), I. 62, 983; II. 281, 457, 698, 782, 943, 1097, 1239, 1310 i. (2), ii. (1), iii

-, mayor and burgesses of, II. 457

-, Holy Rood priory, II. 457

-,-, prior of. See Hawlde, Patrick.

Limoges, Jean de Langeac, bishop of, I. 1051, 1286; II. 61, 212 (p. 92), 528–9, 566, 614

-,-,letter from, II. 614.

Linchmere (Lyncher), Suss., II.g. 1008 (19).

Lincoln, I. 6, 19, 70 vii., 307, 380 (pp. 177–8), 392 (pp. 182, 190), 457 (p. 220), 481 (p. 228), 581, 677, 702, 734 (3), 765, 768, 901 (p. 404), 964, 974, 1119; II. 6, 57, 156, 166 (p. 55), 228, 489, 1235:—App. 31

-, letters dated at, I. 292–3, 590–1, 608, 639

-, mayor of. See Goodknape, Raffe

-, Duke of Suffolk's deputy at, I. 19

-, the "Angel" at, I. 6, 901 (p. 404)

-, Castle of, I. 734 (2):—g. 311 (30); II. g. 1150 (43)

-, Castle garth, I. 380 (p. 178)

-, Cathedral, dean of. See Henneage, George

-,-, canons residentiary of, I. 1218

-,-, dean and chapter of, I, 628

-, Cathedral close, I. 964

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

-, St. Katharine's Priory, late prior of. See Holgate, Robert.

Lincoln, Bishopric and Diocese of, II. 1080

-,-, chancellor of (really the Bishop's chancellor). See Raynes, Dr.

Lincoln, John Longland, bp. of, I. 6 (pp. 3, 4), 70 xii., 192, 697, 790 (p. 347), 901:—g. 1104 (10); II. 2, 20, 28, 374, 402–3, 534 (2), 662, 678, 780,911 ii., 1060 (p. 373–4), 1137:—g. 1150 (16, 41).

-,-, letters from, II. 20, 28, 662, 678, 780

-,-, letters to, I. 697 (2); II. 374

-,-, his chancellor, II. 28, See also Raynes, Dr. J

-,-, his commissary. See Prynne, Dr

-,-, his officers, I. 70 i

-,-, his ordinary or commissary, I, 6

-,-, his registrar. See Frankishe, John.

Lincoln, John, I. 70 ix

-, Thos., priest, I. 380 (9. 175).

Lincolnshire, I. 5, 6 (pp. 2–4, 6), 32, 64, 144–5, 174 (p. 76), 201, (p. 91), 202, 216, 228, 247, 259, 370, 420, 467, 491, 594, 639, 734, 848, 901 (p. 412), 946 (3), 998, 1012 (p. 456), 1024, 1035 (p. 474), 1036, 1068–9, 1087 (p. 500), 1106, 1200, 1207, 1284:—g. 539 (7), 1104 (10): II, 21, 133, 141, 156, 176, 190, 203, 204, 364, 432, 925, 975, 1101, 1119, 1138, 1214, 1235, 1214 (1, 2):—g. 191 (44), 1150 (16, 18)

-, commissioners of subsidy in, I. 6, 310 (p. 175), 901

-, receiver of. See Hall, Thos

-, sheriff of, I. 734 (6, 7). See Dymoke, Edw. (1535–6); Tyrwhit, Sir Wm. (1536–7); Harrington, John (1537–8)

-, king's surveyors in, I. 702

-, suppressed monasteries in, I. 702.

Lincolnshire Rebellion. (See also Northern Rebellion.) I. 6 (pp. 3, 5), 69, 70, 84, 192, 199, 200 (p. 85), 201 (pp. 85, 89, 90, 94, 96), 306 (pp. 137–8), 369, 370, 380, 392 (pp. 182–7), (pp. 182–7, 189–90), 393, 424, 481, 537, 581, 590–1, 593, 734, 783, 848, 849 (pp. 380, 382–3), 852, (1, 2), 899, 900 (pp. 403–4), 945 (pp. 428–9) 964, 1011, 1012 (p. 456), 1018–19, 1020 ii.,1022, 1087 (pp, 497, 500–1), 1089 (pp. 502–3), 1175 ii., 1218, 1225, 1318; II. 196, 364, 436, 846

-, banners borne by the rebels, I. 70 ii., xiii

-, demands, petitions or articles of the rebels, I. 6 (pp. 3, 4), 70 iii., iv., vii., viii., x., xi., xii., 201 (pp. 90, 97), 306 (p. 138), 392 (pp. 185, 188), 481 (p. 228), 852 (1, 2), 901 (pp. 403, 405–6, 409), 946

-, examinations of rebels, I. 70

-, execution of rebels, I. 764

-, lands of rebels, II. 190

-, letters and articles sent to Yorkshire by the rebels, I. 70 viii., xii

-, lists of rebels, I. 581, II. 181

-, messengers sent to Yorkshire by the rebels. See Curtis, Kyme, and Donne

-, oath of the rebels, I. 380 (p. 174)

-, pardon to the rebels, I. 848, 1012 (p. 456); II. 183

-, trial of rebels, I. 590–1, 677.

Lindesay, James, I. 1030.

Lindsey, a division of Lincolnshire, I. 6, 70 viii.

Line (Levon, Levyn), the Cumberland river, I. 439, 687 (p. 303); II. 203, 836.

Lingfield, Surr., II. 1337.

Ling grange on the Heath, Line., II. 187 (6).

Linley (Lynlay), Robt., II. 186 (43).

Linlithgow, in Scotland, letter dated at, II. 1078.

Linstead (Lynsted), —, of Norwich, II. 13 (3).

Linton (Lynton), Ric., II. 496.

Linwood (Lynwod), Linc., I. 581 n.

Lion, a, II. 1158.

Lirpole. See Liverpool., a, II. 1158.

Lisbon, I. 288; II. App. 38.

Liskyrke (Likerke). See Hannaert, John.

Lisle (Lyell), Honor Lady, wife of Lord Listle, widow of Sir John Basset, letters from, I. 685–6; II. 1084

-,-, letters to, I. 54, 61, 76, 117–19, 180, 196, 238, 241, 284, 354–5, 375–6, 450, 452, 459–60, 483, 487, 493–4, 548, 555, 586, 599, 610, 618–19, 634, 659, 672–3, 680, 719, 794, 812, 827, 834, 860, 921–2, 948, 955, 972, 995, 1002, 1040, 1042, 1069, 1099–1101, 1133, 1149, 1165, 1188, 1203–4, 1240, 1248, 1267, 1274, 1279; II. 5, 37, 66, 84, 130, 139, 167, 198, 237, 271–3, 298, 317–18, 326, 334, 338, 360, 424, 467, 493, 538 (?), 569, 615, 626, 654–5, 675, 705, 711, 731, 757, 788, 790, 808, 879, 899, 920, 923, 958, 1072, 1107, 1157, 1195, 1210–11, 1233–4, 1273, 1289

-,-, other references to (Madame la Debitis), I. 23, 59, 272, 329, 339, 403, 442–3, 451, 457, 484, 519, 600, 658; 759, 936, 971, 980, 1039, 1132, 1169, 1179, 1219, 1229, 1261, 1275, 1290, II. II, 63, 85, 168, 231, 324, 359, 428, 460, 466, 470, 555 (p. 210), 565, 607, 625, 637, 661, 687, 704, 714, 820, 824, 861, 900, 931, 946, 948, 973, 1002, 1022–3, 1029, 1047, 1105, 1146, 1209, 1213, 1221; App. 34:—g. 796 (3)

-,-, her children, I. 460

-,-, her daughters (Anne and Katharine Basset), II. 424, 467, 569, 626, 676

-,-, her sister, II. 550

-,-, her weir (at Umberleigh) I. 450, 457, 494, 680, 812, 948, 1069, 1188; II. 167, 271–2, 298, 338, 424, 569, 626 (p. 232), 1210.

Lisle (Lyssle), Arthur Plantagenet, Lord, Deputy of Calais, letters from, I. 13, 17, 186, 417, 538, 561, 1291; II. 83, 453, 564, 1035, 1070, 1103.

-,-, letters to, I. 23, 49, 53, 58–9, 77, 86–7, 110–11, 149, 187–8, 195, 203, 237, 239–40, 258, 272–3, 285, 299, 325, 329–30, 339–40, 346, 353, 363, 403–4, 428, 441–3, 451, 457–8, 461–2, 471, 475–6, 482, 482–6, 492, 495, 502, 509, 513–15, 519, 522–4, 547, 554, 556, 579, 585, 587, 598, 600, 611–12, 624, 646, 657–8, 674, 704, 720, 732, 759, 769, 813, 861, 885–6, 936, 947, 954, 956, 962, 971, 980, 1016–17, 1039, 1041, 1047–8, 1051, 1065, 1068, 1071, 1073–5, 1122, 1132, 1137, 1160, 1164, 1166, 1169, 1179–80, 1187, 1196–7, 1210, 1219, 1229–30, 1239, 1247, 1261, 1266, 1273, 1275–6, 1280, 1290; II. 11, 15, 24, 38, 48, 49, 54, 60, 63, 85, 105, 114, 116–17, 121–2, 126, 134, 138, 149, 166, 168, 201, 210–11, 217, 223, 236, 251–2, 257, 269, 297, 306, 324–5, 328, 335–7, 350, 354, 359, 423, 426, 428, 446, 449, 454, 460, 466, 470, 481–2, 492, 494, 498, 504, 508, 528, 541–3, 555, 558, 565, 573–4, 584, 608–9, 612, 614, 623, 625, 636–7, 643–4, 660–1, 676, 681, 687, 704, 710, 714, 719, 742, 787, 789, 802, 807, 824, 861, 900, 919, 921–2, 930–1, 946, 948, 981, 988, 1002, 1015, 1022–3, 1029, 1047, 1058–9, 1071, 1090, 1105, 1113, 1130–2, 1136, 1146, 1200, 1209, 1213, 1221, 1261, 1271:—App. 2, 7, 22–3, 27, 34

-,-, other references to, I. 54, 76, 117–18, 120, 241, 274, 284, 341, 354–5, 364 (p. 160), 376, 459–60, 474, 483, 487, 494, 501, 548, 555, 586, 599, 673, 680, 719, 751, 794, 812, 922, 955, 961, 972, 1069, 1072, 1099, 1165, 1203, 1248, 1267:—g. 539 (6); II. 84, 139, 155, 162, 192, 198, 231, 273, 317, 334, 342, 360, 395, 539 (?), 592, 607, 615, 639, 654, 675, 686, 705, 731, 757, 801, 804, 879, 895, 1039, 1072, 1091, 1107, 1151 (2, 3), 1273, 1307:—App. 47:—g. 617 (13), 796 (3)

-,-, a grant (by patent) for (Lisle's bill. See Frithelstock Priory), I. g. 796 (3)

-,-, handwriting of, II. 660

-,-, his secretary. See Beckwith, Peter.

Lisle (Lysle),—, I. 66

-, Sir Humph., I. 1090 (p. 506)

-, (Lysly), Humph., II. 181

-, (Lisley), Sir Thos., II. g. 1150 (18).

Lisle Adam, Philip de Villers, former Grand Master of the Order of St. John, I. 204, 207 (p. 107).

Lismore, Nich. Comyn, bishop of, II. 898 (9).

Lissasson, John de, I. 707.

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

Lister, Sir Ric., Chief Baron of the Exchequer, I. 176, 734 (1), 1150, 1227 (4):—g. 311 (14, 30); II. 50, 186 (4, 11, 17, 62):—g. 1150 (11, 19, 20, 42), 1311 (32)

-,-, letter to, II. 186 (11).

Lister (Lytster), Mr., I. 138; II. 629

-, Lady, II. 973 i., ii., 1060 (p. 374)

-, (Littyster), Mrs., II. 973 iv

-, (Lystere), young Mrs., I. 494; II. 424

-, Margery, II. g. 1150 (44)

-, (Lester), Sir Michael (knighted 18 Oct. 1537), I. 627 (2); II. 939, 946:—g.1150 (44)

-, Ric., II. 316, 369 (5)

-, Thos., mayor of Southampton, I. 718, 960

-, (Lystar), Wm., I. 260.

Litcott, Chr., II. g. 1311 (22 p. 470).

Lith. See Lyth., Chr., II. g. 1311 (22 p. 470).

Lithe, Westmld., I. g. 795 (14).

Litherland (Lytherlonde), Henry, vicar of Newark upon Trent, I. 537, 741.

Litil (as a prefix). See Little.

Little (Lyttyll), Robt., II. 1241.

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

Littlebrune (Litilbrune), co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (6).

Littlebury (Lytylbery, Littilbery), Thos., I. 70 vii., viii., x., 380 (p. 176), 1207 (13).

Little Island, co. Waterf., II. g. 1008 (35).

Littleprow, Mr., II. 1330

-, Mrs., II. 561.

Littleton (Litilton), Mr., I. 6 (p. 5).

Little Well Hall, Norf., II. 150.

Littlework (Lyttelworke), Edw., II. 1256 (2).

Littlington. See Lidlington., Edw., II. 1256 (2).

Litton, Soms., prebend of, II. 683.

Littyster. See Lister., Soms., prebend of, II. 683.

Liverpool (Lirpole), Lanc., I. 394 (2).

Liversedge (Leverseges), Yorks., letter dated II. 186 (20).

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

Livorno. See Leghorn., Signora, II. 1128 (p. 396).

Llandaff, cathedral of, I. g. 311 (20), 795 (5, 30).

Llandaff, bpric. and diocese of, I. 742 (2):—g. 795 (5, 30, 47); II. 1266.

Llandaff, bishop of. See Holgate, Robt. (1537).

Llandaff, George Athequa, bp. of (resigned), I. 795 (5, 30).

Llandaff, suffragan bishop of, I. 1323. See Penrith, suffragan bishop of.

Llandam, in Anglesea, II. g. 1311 (22).

Llandwrog (Llandoroke), in Wales, I. 1155.

Llandyrnog (Llandornock), Denb., I. 1202 (2).

Llan-elidan (Llanlledan), in N. Wales, I. 1202 (2).

Llauengan (Llan Eign), in Wales, I. 1154; II. g. 617 (12? St. Einanus).

Llanfaglan (Llanvaglan), in Wales, I. 1155.

Llanfair-es-Gaer (Llanvarisgars), Carm., II. g. 1311 (22).

Llangarik, Bangor dioc., I. g. 311 (46).

Llangeinwenn, in Anglesea, II. g. 1008 (29).

Llangelynyn (Llanglyne), in Wales, I. 1155.

Llangerike, in Wales, II. 852.

Llanidan, Angl., II. g. 1311 (22).

Llanidloes (Llanydlos) or Powis, in Wales, gaol of, II. 852, 896, 1183.

Llanllibio, in Anglesey, II. 858.

Llanonys. See Llanynys., in Anglesey, II. 858.

Llan Patrike, N. Wales, II. g. 1311 (22 p. 470).

Llantriffen, Monm., I. g. 795 (23).

Llanvaglan. See Llanfaglan., Monm., I. g. 795 (23).

Llanvarisgars. See Llanfair-es Gaers., Monm., I. g. 795 (23).

Llanvawre, N. Wales, II. g. 1311 (22).

Llanveugle (qu. Llanfigel, Angl.?), N. Wales, II. g. 1311 (22).

Llanwnda (Dlan Unda), in Wales, I. 1155.

Llan Yevan, in Wales, I. 742 (2).

Llanynys (Llanonys), Denb., I. 1202 (2).

Lloyd or Lloid, David, I. g. 1103 (37); II. 158, 1057 (2)

-, Jenkyn, II. 852

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

-, Piers, II. 1115

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

-, Thos., chaunter of St. Davids, I. 575, 830, 1251

-, Thos., I. 808

-, (ap Moryce), Wm., I. 1183 (2).

Lobley or Loblay, Thos., I. 29 (2), 786 (p. 342), 1012, 1087 (pp. 496, 500).

Lobthorppe (Lubbesthorpe, Linc.?), II. 187 (4).

Loche, near Cresecques, II. App. 27.

Lochmaben (Loughmaben) Castle, in Scotland, letters dated at, I. 121, 1030, 1050.

Lochmaben (Loughmaben) Stane, I. 121; II. 642, 990.

Lock, Mr., I. 680.

Locke (Lok) William, I. 925; II. 192 483:—g. 1311 (25)

-,-, letter from, II. 483.

Lockwood (Lokwood), ——, I. 369 (p. 166); II. 828, 850

-, (Lokwod), Wm., I. 535.

Lod ....., Count Ludovico de, II. 1021.

Lodcroft, in Windsor Park, II. 1241.

Lodge, Edw., II. g. 191 (50)

-, Ric., grocer, I. 1271 (2).

Lofthouse (Loftus), Yorks., II. 12

-, bailey of, II. 12 (p. 5)

-, parson of. See Franke, Thos.

Loghir, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (21).

Loire, the river, I. 762.

Lois, Adrien, letter from, II. 99.

Lok or Loke, John, I. 1268.

Lollards (See also Heresy and Heretics), I. 275.

Lombardy, I. 556; II. 502 (2), 656, 750.

Lomley. See Lumley., I. 556; II. 502 (2), 656, 750.

Lomnaye, John. See Lumley.

Lomyre, Jacques, II. 644.

Londaye. See Lundy., Jacques, II. 644.

Londensis Episcopus. See Lunden, abp. of.

Londesborough (Lounsburgh), Yorks., I. 1186 (p. 546).

London, I. 734 (1), 764:—g. 1103 (14); II. 894, 911, 1314 (1, 2):—g. 1311 (20, 22)

-, letters dated at, I. 23, 47, 78, 86, 105, 110, 190, 195–6, 229–30, 237–8, 244, 260, 272, 297, 299, 313, 330, 334, 339, 352–5, 425, 450–2, 457–8, 482–3, 492–4, 513, 559, 585–6, 610, 618, 626, 634, 676, 680, 735, 764, 812, 819, 846, 860, 875, 889–90, 909–11, 921, 932, 947–8, 950, 995, 998, 1002, 1010, 1039–40, 1068–9, 1132–3, 1142, 1149, 1164–5, 1169, 1178, 1187–8, 1196, 1210, 1239–40, 1266–7, 1273–4, 1279, 1285; II. 27, 90, 91, 105, 126, 130, 149, 165–7, 179, 186 (76), 197, 201, 208, 212, 236–7, 256, 259, 269, 271–4, 283–5, 289, 297–9, 321, 330, 337–8, 396, 423–5, 446, 459–60, 466–7, 471, 516, 546, 555, 560, 567–9, 576, 593–4, 625–6, 637, 646–8, 661, 668–70, 676, 689, 704, 711, 713–4, 720–1, 751, 756–7, 773, 807–8, 847, 861, 872–3, 895, 921–3, 933, 940, 958, 988, 1002, 1022, 1042, 1048, 1061–2, 1090, 1105, 1117, 1135–7, 1161, 1165, 1178, 1191, 1196, 1221, 1250, 1264–5, 1273, 1285–6, 1292–4:—App. 23

-, Henry VIII. passes through, I. 34

-, common serjeant of. See Broke,—

-, drapers' company, II. 1100

-, fishmongers of, I. 172

-, freeholders in (names), I. 1159

-, goldsmiths' company, II. 1168

-, mayor of, II. 1224. See Warren, Sir Ralph

-, lord mayor's feast, II. 940

-, mayor and aldermen of, II. 362–3, 892

-, mayor and sheriffs, mandates to, I. 210; II. 894

-, mortality in, II. 298

-, plague in. See Plague

-, port of, I. g. 539 (44), 1330 (61)

-, recorder of. See Cholmeley, Sir Roger

-, sheriffs of, I. 734 (5), 1282; I. 576, 777

-, swordbearer of, I. 15

-, places in and near:—

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

-,-, Aldermary. See below St. Mary Aldermary.

-,-, Aldersgate (Older Gayte), I. 5, 735; II. 646:—g. 1008 (42).

-,-, All Hallows ad Fenum, II. g. 796 (10).

-,-, All Hallows Barking, II. 1100.

-,-, All Hallows the Less (Little), I. 1100–1.

-,-, Arches, deanery of, II. g. 191 (29).

-,-, Austin Friars (Friar Augustines), Cromwell's house at, II. 299, 646, 714, 872, 952 (p. 333), 1178:—App. 14.

-,-, Bath Place, II. 186 (62).

-,-, Baynerds castle, II. 1251.

-,-, Billingsgate, II. 423.

-,-, Black Friars beside Ludgate, 1. 1234; II. 1136.

-,-, Blackwell hall, II. 362–3.

-,-, Botolphe Wharfe, II. 1118.

-,-, Bowe Lane, II. g. 411 (1), 1311 (25).

-,-, Bradstreet, the George in, II. 1247.

-,-, Canwyke Street, II. g. 1311 (22p. 470).

-,-, Cardinal's Hat, the, I. 1224.

-,-, Carlisle House, II. 848.

-,-, Carmelites. See White Friars.

-,-, Chancery Lane, I. 201 (p. 89).

-,-, Charterhouse (Chartusyes), I. 1232–3, 1323; II. 27, 64, 181

-,-,-, churchyard, II. 784

-,-,-, monks of the I. 735, 1232–3, 1266, 1285; II. 91, 166 (p. 55)

-,-,-,-, list, II. 91

-,-,-,-, acknowledgment of supremacy by, I. 1232–3

-,-,-, surrender, II. 64

-,-,-, prior of. See Trafford, Wm.

-,-, Cheapside, I. 1224; II. 1247.

-,-, Chepe, the Cowface in, II. 1234.

-,-, Chertsey House, II. g. 1311 (22).

-,-, Chester Place, the chapel in, I. 494.

-,-, Christchurch or Holy Trinity priory (supp.), I. 764, 846, 1210:—g. 1330 (47); II. 777, 1027:—g. 796 (7)

-,-,-, prior of. See Hancocke, Nich.

-,-, Clerkenwell nunnery, II. 1314 (1, 2)

-,-,-, St. John's. See St. John of Jerusalem.

-,-, Cornhill (Cornell), I. 308.

-,-, Cow Cross, I. 201 (p. 95), 370 (p. 169).

-,-, Cripplegate (Crepulgate), I. g. 311 (28); II. g. 1311 (25).

-,-, Derby Place, II. 580.

-,-, Dowgate, I. 244; II. 182.

-,-, East Cheap, the "Boores" in, II. 256.

-,-, East Smithfield, II. g. 411 (21).

-,-, Elsingspittle priory (supp.), or St. Mary Elsing, II. 1338:—g. 411 (1):—g. 796 (14), 1311 (25)

-,-,-, Roger Potton, prior of, II. g. 411 (1).

-,-, Fleet prison. I. 74, 1142, 1163, 1327; II. 179, 697, 1326:—App. 17

-,-,-, keeper of. See Hasilwood, Edm.

-,-, Fleet Street, II. 2, 186 (64, 65), 247:—1311 (22 p. 470)

-,-,-, White Friars (Our Lady Friars) in, I. 1234; II. 186 (65).

-,-, The Goat, I. 86.

-,-, Gray's Inn, I. 176, 392 (pp. 185–6) 1224; II. 692, 873

-,-,-, the steward of, I. 1224.

-,-, Guildhall, I. 734 (1, 5, 9), 1132, 1199 (2); II. g. 191 (27).

-,-, "Gwildehalda Theutonicorum," II. g. 1008 (20).

-,-, Holborn, II. 20, 110, 1137.

-,-, Holywell (Halywell), nunnery, I. 1274 (? Hallywell); II. 1027, 1314 (1, 2)

-,-,-, Sibilla Newdigate, prioress of, II. 1027.

-,-, Holy Trinity priory. See Christ-church.

-,-, Honey Lane, II. 187 (2).

-,-, Hosier Lane, II. g. 1311 (25).

-,-, Inner Temple, I. 264.

-,-, King's Bench prison, II. 1339.

-,-, King's Head, the, II. 369.

-,-, Limehouse, I. 981; II. 2.

-,-, Lincoln's Inn, I. 450, 610, 618, 921, 995, 1040; II. 246.

-,-, Lombard (Lumbert) Street, I. 677.

-,-, London Bridge, I. 308, 764

-,-,-, the Blue Boar, II. 1118.

-,-, Lothury, II. 1250.

-,-, Ludgate, I. 1277 iii

-,-,-, Black Friars beside. See above Black Friars.

-,-, Mark Lane, II. 1117.

-,-, Marshalsea prison, I. 257, 697:—g. 1150 (9), 1330 (36); II. 12

-,-,-, keeper of, II, 12 (p.5).

-,-, Middle Temple, I. 1279; II. 168.

-,-, Minories, the (Meners, &c.), letters dated at, II. 637, 661, 704, 721.

-,-, Newgate prison, I. 734 (5), 1282: II. 91, 166 (p. 55):—g. 191 (2), 1150 (19).

-,-, New Hospital. See St. Mary Spittell.

-,-, Northumberland Garden, II. 321.

-,-, Older Gayte. See Aldersgate.

-,-, Old Jewry, I. g. 311 (8); II. g. 411 (1).

-,-, Panl's Cross, sermons at, I. 530; II. 258, 412, 530, 1137.

-,-, Paul's Wharf, II. g. 1311 (22).

-,-, The Queen's Head, II. 952.

-,-, The Rolls, I. 201 (p. 89), 264, 278, 466, 669, 694, 782, 1163; II. 26, 111, 309, 367, 397, 805, 1103:—App. 26, 44

-,-,-, letters dated, I. 189, 626, 864, 1205; II. 41, 42, 197, 208, 668, 688, 847, 933, 1062:—App.28.

-,-, St. Antholin's churchyard, II. 247.

-,-, St. Anthony's, house of, I. 934.

-,-, St. Bartholomews, I. 875; II. 1314.

-,-, St. Bartholomews Gate, 1. 582.

-,-, St. Botolph without Aldersgate, II. g. 1008 (42).

-,-, St. Botolph without Aldgate, I. 777.

-,-, St. Bride's, Fleet Street, II. 65.

-,-, St. Dunstan's in the East, II. g. 191 (2).

-,-, St. Giles' in the Field, II. 321 (2).

-,-, St. James' chapel, near Cripplegate, I. g. 311 (28).

-,-, St. James' Walbrook, I. 1294 (2).

-,-, St. John's Priory. See St. John's.

-,-, St. John's Street, I. g. 311 (50), 1103 (16).

-,-, St. Katharine's (mostly letters dated), II. 2, 236–7, 269, 297–8, 337–8, 423–4, 446, 466–7, 555, 569, 625–6, 711, 757, 807–8, 922–3, 1233–4, 1273.

-,-, St. Katharine's churchyard, II. 777.

-,-, St. Katharine Colemans, I. g. 1330(47).

-,-, St. Katharine's Hospital, near the Tower, I. g. 795 (45)

-,-,-, master of. See Latham, Gilbert.

-,-, St. Lawrence Lane, II. g. 411 (1).

-,-, St. Lawrence Old Jewry, II. g. 411 (1).

-,-, St. Leonard's, Eastcheap, I. 960.

-,-, St. Magnus, I. 874.

-,-, St. Martin's Sanctuary, II. 58 ii.

-,-, St. Mary Aldermary or Aldermanbury (Aldermary on the Charuell), II. g. 191 (29).

-,-, St. Mary Elsing. See Elsingspittle.

-,-, St. Mary le Bow, II. g. 411 (1), 1311 (25).

-,-, St. Mary Spittell or the New Hospital without Bishopsgate, II. 285, 1314

-,-,-, prior of, II. 285.

-,-, St. Mary le Strand, I. g. 1103 (30).

-,-, St. Olave's in Old Jewry, I. g. 311 (8).

-,-, St. Paul's (Powles, Powlles), II. 41, 186 (40), 703, 911, 1042, 1080.

-,-, St. Peter's, Cornhill, parson of. See Taylor, John.

-,-, St. Thomas of Acon, II. 1310 i. (25).

-,-, St. Thomas Apostle, II. 952 (p. 333).

-,-, Savoy, the, I. 270; II. 1, 459

-,-,-, master of, I. 270.

-,-, Serjeant's inn, II. 186 (64), 952.

-,-, Shoreditch, II. 720, 1247

-,-,-, the George in, II. 1247.

-,-, Smithfield, I. 201 (p. 95), 370 (p. 169), 1227 (13), 1285:—g. 1103 (16).

-,-, Strand (Stronde), the, I. 806–7, 820–1, 1139; II. 396.

-,-, Strand Stair, I. g. 1103 (30).

-,-, Sunday's wharf in Baynard's castle, I. g. 1311 (22).

-,-, Temple, 1. 1040; II. 97, 1151 (2, 3), 1160, 1269, 1338.

-,-, Thames Street, I. 1101.

-,-, Tower, I. 17 (2), 44, 57, 70, 70 v., vi., 86 (p. 46), 201 (p. 89), 237, 353, 369, 467, 512, 590, 630 (p. 283), 677, 687 (2), 702, 849, 848 (p. 377), 849, 897, 901 (pp. 403, 411), 914, 947, 973–4, 983, 987, 1023, 1034 (2), 1035, 1039, 1068, 1079, 1081–2, 1087 (p. 198), 1119, 1132, 1175, 1187, 1227 (13), 1285, 1289, 1294 (2), 1320, 1323:—g. 311 (23), 1330 (9–11, 52); II. 51, 58 ii., 80, 105, 166 (p. 55), 178, 181, 321 (2), 369 (3), 665 (2), 921, 1023, 1048, 1122 (p. 393), 1151 (3), 1234, 1273, 1339:—g. 191 (32), 796 (16)

-,-,-, change and money, or mint in See Mint

-,-,-, constable of. See Kingston, Sir Wm

-,-,-, gunners in, I. g. 311 (23), 1330 (9–11, 52); II. g. 191 (1), 796 (11, 17)

-,-,-, master of. See Golde, Chr

-,-,-, lieutenant of. See Walsingham, Sir Edm

-,-,-, prisoners in, I. 1323; II. 181

-,-,-, the Green, I. 542

-,-,-, Martin Tower, II. g. 191 (32)

-,-,-, St. Peter's chapel, I. g. 539 (46).

-,-, Tower Hill, II. 166 (p. 55), 228, 777

-,-,-, abbot of, II. 911 ii., 1060 (pp. 373–4), 1151 (2, 3).

-,-, Tower Ward, II. g. 191 (2).

-,-, Tyburn (Thyfbourne), I. 734 (9), 895, 1207 (21), 1227 (13), 1285; II. 228.

-,-, Warwick Lane, II. 284.

-,-, Watling Street, I. 1223–4; II. 1.

-,-, Whitechapel, II. 594

-,-,-, parson and curate of, II. 624.

-,-, Woodstreet, II. 2.

-,-, White Friars (Carmelities), provincial of. See Bird, John.

London, archdeacon of. See Gwent, Ric

-, bishop of. See Stokesley, John; also (1506–22) FitzJames, Richard

-, diocese of, II. g. 1311 (5):—App. 35.

London, Dr. John, warden of New College, Oxford, I. 182, 606–7, 926, 1201; II. 429, 448, 570, 873, 1065–6, 1080, 1246

-, letters from, I. 606–7, 1201; II. 1065–6, 1246.

London, Dan Thomas, II. 452, 572

-,-, letter from, II. 572

-, Wm., spear of Calais, I. 353.

Londonwyke, II. 974.

Londysdale, Hugh, I. 581 ii.

Lone. See Lune., Hugh, I. 581 ii.

Long or Longe,—of the Privy Chamber, 1. 1068–9; II. 259

-,—, friar of Lewes, II. 1185

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

-, Sir Henry, I. 94;—g. 311 (14); II 570, 911 ii., 1149, 1323

-,-, letters from, I.94; II. 1149

-,-, his daughter, II. 1149

-, Sir Ric., (knighted 18 Oct. 1537), I. g. 1104 (6); II. 874, 911 (pp. 319–20), 939, 946, 973 ii., 975 bis, 1023

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

Longawell. See Longueville.-, Robt., II. g. 411 (1).

Longbotham (Longbottom, Long Botton), Wm., I. 70 iv.; II. 181

-,-, examination of, I. 70 iv.

Longdale. See Langdale.-,-, examination of, I. 70 iv.

Longdon, (Longedon), Salop, II. g. 411 (13).

Longdon, Wore., II. g, 796 (19).

Longford, Sir Ralph, II. 970; II. 50.

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

Longman, Walter, I. g. 1105 (1).

Longmed, Nicholz de, letters from, I. 74; II. 691.

Longueville, Lewis duke of, dec., II. 829.

Longueville (Longawell), Mary de Lor raine duchess of, daughter of Claude duke of Guise, afterwards queen of Scotland, II. 829, 962, 1004, 1201, 1285, 1292–3

-,-, her mother (the duchoss of Guise), II. 962.

Longzhenseude, See Loughseudy.

Lonsdale (Lonyssdall, Lanesdale), Lane., I. 506, 881.

Lony, Wm., of Southampton, II. 718.

Loo, John, II. g. 1311 (40).

Lopez, Jorje, a Portuguese, II. App. 38.

Lorayn. See Lorraine., Jorje, a Portuguese, II. App. 38.

Lorde, Robert, Gostwick's clerk, I. 770; II. 90, 274, 516, 529, 576–7, 647–9, 980, 1007

-,-, letters from, II. 90, 516, 529, 647–8

-,-, signature of, I. 770.

Lordington, Suss., letters dated at, I. 829; II. 1113.

Lords, House of, I. 901 (p. 410).

Loren, Alpin, II. g. 1150 (36).

Lorenz, Jain or Jehan, I. 47 (1, 6, 10, 15)

-,-, letter to, I. 47 (6).

Loretto, near, Edinburgh, II. 6.

Lorgar. See Loughgyr., near, Edinburgh, II. 6.

Lorraine, I. 997.

Lorraine, (Lorayn, Loryn), John de, Cardinal, abp. of Kheims, high chamber-lain of France, I. 12, 347, 365, 556 (p. 259), 539 (p. 203), 962 (the Cardinal), 1053 (2), 1125, 1148, 1172, 1201–2, 1254, 1253, 1285 (p. 449).

Lorraine, Mary de. See Longueville, Duches of.

Lostherst or Losseherst, Kent, II. g. 1150 (31).

Lote, Ric., II. 959.

Lother. See Lowther., Ric., II. 959.

Loughgyr (Lorgar), in co. Limerick, II. 1260.

Loughmaben. See Lochmaben., in co. Limerick, II. 1260.

Loughsendy (Longzhenseude) or Ballymore, co. Meath, II. 1097.

Louis (Lewis), Infant or Portugal, brother of the King, ("Don Luis"), I. 122, 365–6, 557, 565, 637, 696, 723, 753, 873, 931, 1116; II. 46, 212–13, 227, 240, 245, 368, 1031, 1112, 1148.

Louis of Savoy, countess of Angoulême, mother of Francis I. (died 1531), I. 556; II. 372 (p. 152).

Lounsburgh. See Londesborough., countess of Angoulême, mother of Francis I. (died 1531), I. 556; II. 372 (p. 152).

Lourmarin, in France, II. 1285

-, letter dated at, II. 1201.

Louth (Lowth, Lowth, Lowgh), Linc., I. 19, 69, 70 i., vii., 179 (p. 78), 192, 201 (p. 90), 370, 380, 392 (p. 78), 192, 201 (P. 90), 370, 380, 392 (p. 185), 481, 581 ii., 581 n., 590–1, 639, 734 (3), 901, 964, 1087 (p. 500), 1207 (11), 1213

-, church of, I. 201 (p. 90), 380 (pp. 173–4)

-, High Cross of, I. 380 (pp. 174–5)

-, the Tolbooth, I. 380 (p. 177)

-, vicar of. See Kendall, Thos.

Louth (Lowth), in Ireland, II. 1097, 1302, 1310 i. (2, 4, 12, 21, 23, 38), ii. (2); See also Uriell.

Louth (Lowthe), Thos., II. 186 (68).

Louther. See Lowther., Thos., II. 186 (68).

Louth Esk, Linc., I. 179 (p. 78), 380 (p. 176).

Louth Park abbey (supp.), Linc., I. 380, 481 (p. 229), 734 (3)

-, "the monk of." See Morland, Wm.

Louvain (Lovayn, Loven), in Flanders, 1. 1220, 1293; II. 128, 310, 510

-, letters dated at, II. 70, 128

-, an English student at, I. 310 (1, 2).

Love, Ric., II. 68, 534 (2).

Loveday (Lowfday, Loudaye), Geoffrey, spear of Calais, I. 241, 285, 600, 642, 659, 962, 1166, 1219, 1261; II. 767, 843, 1280

-,-, letters from, I. 600, 642, 962 1261; II. 843.

Lovell, lordship of, I. g. 311 (24).

Lovell, Gregory, II. 1060 (p. 373)

-, Ph., I. 1159

-, Sir Thomas, dec., II. 186 (62), 187 (1).

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

Low, John, II. 1119.

Lowcumbe. See Luccomb., John, II. 1119.

Lowde, Edm., I. 632.

Lowdell, John of, letter to, I. 121.

Lowe,——, II. 2

-, Arthur, Queen's chaplain, II. 451, 474

-,-, letter from, II. 474

-, John, II. 530.

Lowfday. See Loveday.

Lowgh or Lowht. See Louth.

Lowude, Robert, his will, II. 1080

-, (Lunde), Thos. of, I. 141, 201 (pp. 87, 91, 93, 95–6), 202 (p. 104), 370 (pp. 167–9)

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

Lowndisburugh, Wm., I. 1212.

Lowrance. See Lawrence., Wm., I. 1212.

Lowrey (Lawrey, Lowry), John, I. 141, 201 (pp. 88, 95, 97), 370 (p. 169), 416 (2)

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

Lowth. See Louth.

Lowther, Westmld., I. 687 (2).

Lowther (Louther), Chr., II. g. 191 (33)

-, (Louther, Lowether, Lother, Louthre), Sir John, I. 427, 687 (pp. 300, 302, 303), 843, 882–3, 994, 1026, 1030, 1038, 1060, 1156, 1307:—g. 795 (4); II. 249 (3 ii., 6), 250 (1 ii.), 836

-,-, letters from, I. 427, 843, 832 (2), 994, 1026, 1038, 1060

-,-, letter to, I. 1030

-, Sir Thos., II. g. 1311 (29)

-, Thos., I. 1234; II. 1.

Lowyston, in Ireland, II. 837 (2).

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

Lubbesthorpe, Leic., II. 187 (4? Lobthorppe).

Lubeck, in Germany, II. 394.

Lucan, co. Dublin, II. 1310 i. (1, 4).

Lucas, Francis, I. 800

-, John, of the Temple, II. 1160

-, Robt., II. 186 (43, 54).

Luccomb (Lowcumbe), I. of Wight, I. g. 539 (45).

Lucia, Donna, II. 1128 (p. 396).

Lucke. See Luke., Donna, II. 1128 (p. 396).

Lucken, George, II. 745.

Lucy (Luce), Lady Eliz., I. g. 795 (25)

-, Wm., II. 215, 302–3, 496, 501, 840

-,-, letters from, II. 215, 302–3

-,-, signature of, II. 496.

Ludborongh (Ludborht), Linc., I. 179 (p. 78).

Luddyng, John, I. g. 1103 (23).

Ludgershall (Lutegareshall), Wilts., II. g. 1150 (5).

Ludlow (Lydlow), Salop, I. 93, 742 (2) 744, 932; II. 896, 914 ii.

Luigi, Pier. See Farnese, Pier Luis.

Luike. See Liège., Pier. See Farnese, Pier Luis.

Luis, Don. See Louis.

Luis, Pier. See Farnese, Pier Luis.

Luke (Lucke), Mr., II. 264

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

-, Nich., II. 458

-, Sir Walter, justice, I. 590, 734 (2), 1227 (4):—g. 311 (30), 539 (1,9), 1104 (10, 11); II. 302, 805:—g. 1150 (16,19)

-, Walter, II. p. 1008 (43).

Luke. See Liège.-, Walter, II. p. 1008 (43).

Lukkyns de Levyn (i. e., in Linedale), Cumb., II. 836.

Lumbard, Wm., priest, letter from, II. 1329.

Lumley Castle, Dham., I. 369 (p. 166).

Lumley (Lumlay, Lomeley), John lord, I. 6 (pp. 4–8), 29 (2), 369, 392 (p. 191), 578 (p. 267), 946 (2), 1083, 1084 (p. 492), 1087 (pp. 494–5), 1088 (2), 1175 ii., 1239:—g. 795 (14); II. 3, 12, 166 (p. 55), 918, 1212

-,-, letter from, II. 3.

Lumley (Lumlay, Lomley, Lumney, Lumbley), George, son and heir of Lord Lumley), I. 157 ii., 172, 174 (pp. 75–6), 176, 179, 198, 234, 247, 353, 369, 393 (p. 195), 578 (p. 267), 730 (2), 1019, 1020 ii., 1021 (p. 463), 1087 (pp. 495–6, 499), 1088 (1, 2), 1199 (2, 3), 1207 (8), 1227 (13), 1239, 1324; II. 41, 181, 190 (2)

-,-, letter from, I. 1324

-,-, evidence against, I. 1087 (p. 496)

-,-, his mother, I. 369 (p. 166)

-,-, Jane his wife, I. 369 (pp. 164–6) 1324

-,-, letter to, I. 1324

-,-, his son, I. 1324

-, John, I. 220, 351 (Lomnaye), 1090 (pp. 505, 507)

-, Ralph, I. 369 (p. 165).

Lumner, Hen., I. g. 1103 (33).

Lunde. See Lownde., Hen., I. g. 1103 (33).

Lunden (Londensis), John Vesalius, Archbishop of, II. 656, 750.

Lundy (Londaye) Island, Devon, II. 393.

Lune (Lone), the river, I. 1093.

Luux, Joon, of Oye, II. 24.

Lupton, Roger, provost of Eton, II. 1241.

Lurgasall, Suss., II. g. 1008 (19).

Lusch, Edm., II. 195.

Lusk, co. Dublin, II. 1310 i. (10).

Lustnam, Edw., II. g. 1311 (22 p. 470).

Lusweke or Luswyke, Ntht., II. g. 1150 (23).

Lutcote,——, sewer of the Chamber, 1. 638.

Lutegareshall. See Ludgershall.,——, sewer of the Chamber, 1. 638.

Lutfi Pacha (Lutfibaxen). Turkish general, II. 509 (2).

Luther, Martin, I. 181, 845.

Lutheranism and Lutherans (Lwteryens), I. 368, 647, 804 (p. 357), 887, 901 (p. 409), 1116, 1189; II. 16, 133 (p. 137), 1116.

Lutken, Geo. II. 218.

Lutterell. See. Luttrell., Geo. II. 218.

Lutterworth, Leic., II. 1208 (2).

Lutton, ——, I. 731, 777 (p. 338), 858 (3), 1172

-, Robt., I. 1021 (3)

-,Thos., I. 535 ii.; II. 12 (p. 5).

Luttrell, Andrew, letter from, II. 265

-, (Lutrell), Thomas, chief justice of C.P. in Ireland, I. 394–5, 983, 1077; II. 146, 281, 729 (5), 1145, 1310 ii. (1 bis, 3)

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

-,-, his "book" to the Commissioners, II. 729 (5).

Luxembourg (Lwsamberg), I. 625, 801.

Lwsamborg. See Luxembourg., I. 625, 801.

Lydd, Kent, II. 1157.

Lyddesdale. See Liddisdale., Kent, II. 1157.

Lydersdale, in Scotland (qu. Liddisdale?), I. 859.

Lydlowe. See Ludlow.

Lye. See Lee.

Lye Castle. See Lea Castle.

Lyell.See Lisle.

Lyesnes. See Lessness.

Lyffyng. See Levelling., in Scotland (qu. Liddisdale?), I. 859.

Lygerd, —— of Hullshire, I. 392 (p. 186).

Lygyn See Ligon., —— of Hullshire, I. 392 (p. 186).

Lyle. See L'Isle., —— of Hullshire, I. 392 (p. 186).

Lyllesdale (qu. Bilsdale?) Hall, York., II. 291 ii.

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

Lyme. See Lynn., Suff., II. g. 1311 (24).

Lymsey, John, II. g. 1008 (31).

Lynche, Janet, II. 1310 i. (2).

Lyncher.See Liuchmere., Janet, II. 1310 i. (2).

Lynde, George, II. g. 1150 (21).

Lyndesell or Lyndecell, Ric., I. g. 311 (30); II. g. 411 (19).

Lyne. See Lynn., Ric., I. g. 311 (30); II. g. 411 (19).

Lynee, Count de, II. 93 (2).

Lynet, Adrian, II. 1206:—g. 191 (54).

Lynn, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (43? Lyne).

Lynn, Old, II. 1076 (p. 379):—g. 1311 (30).

Lynn (Lyme, Len, Lenn), Bishops Lynn or King's Lynne (1537), Norf., I. 29, 1300 (3).—g. 1330 (26, 63); II. 6, 56, 192, 304, 603:—g. 411 (24), 1311 (20, 30)

-,-, letter from the mayor and burgesses, II. 304

-, bailliwick of, II. 304

-, charter to, II. g. 411 (24)

-, Guildhall, II. 411 (24)

-, St. Edmondenesse, II. 411 (24)

-, Staple Weyre, II. g. 411 (24)

-, Tolbooth Court, II. g. 411 (24).

Lynne (Lyn). Eliz., I. g. 539 (21)

-, Jerome (Hieronym), II. 486, 734, 1097, 1310 (2)

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

-, Thos. I. g. 539 (21); II. 561.

Lynney, Randulph, vicar of Blackburn, I. 621, 706, 853, 878, 1089 (p. 504).

Lynsford, Norf., I. 737.

Lyon, John, rector of Biscathorpe, I. 581 ii., 581 n.

Lyons (Leonis), 1. 326, 347, 365, 556 (p.259), 752, 949, 1107, 1189, 1242 (p. 570), 1262, 1303, 1322; II. 104, 131, 372 (p. 152 n), 1014, 1098, 1135, 1249

-, letters dated at, I. 721–2; 11.16, 948, 962, 1087, 1133

-, treaty signed at, II. 372 (p. 152 n).

Lyons, co. Kildare. See Newcastle juxta Lyons.

Lyrtington. See Lartington., co. Kildare. See Newcastle juxta Lyons.

Lysen or Lyson, John, I. g. 795 (22).

Lysnes. See Lessness., John, I. g. 795 (22).

Lytelprow, Reynold, dec, 1. 317.

Lyth (Lith, Leyth), Yorks., I. 535, 1199 (2), 1207 (8):—g. 1330 (48); II. 12 (1, 2)

-, parsonage of, I. 1296 (2); II. 733, 828,926.

Lytster. See Lister.-, parsonage of, I. 1296 (2); II. 733, 828,926.

Lytton, Thos., I. g. 1105 (10).

Lytylbery. See Littlebury., Thos., I. g. 1105 (10).

Lytyll..See Little., Thos., I. g. 1105 (10).



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