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'Index: P', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 12 Part 2: June-December 1537 (1891), pp. 652-663. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75741 Date accessed: 18 September 2014.


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P., Thomas, letter from, cited, I. 849, 1089. The letter referred to in these two places was probably that in Vol. XI., No. 807, from Thomas [Stanley], p [riest]. The letter in that case must have been mutilated soon after it was written, but not even the P of Priest now remains.

Pace, George, II. 1257.

Pachet. See Paget., George, II. 1257.

Packington or Pakyngton (Pakkyngton, Pagynton, Paggyngton), —, I. 79 (2), 260, 425, 1277; II. 186 (56, 58, 64)

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

-, John, justice, of North Wales, ("Mr. Justice,") I. 819, 821, 1154, 1183, 1271:—g. 539 (3), 1330 (55); II. 775, 882, 996, 1057, 1094:—g. 1150 (34)

-, -, letters from, I. 821, 1271; II. 775, 1057

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

-, John, II. g. 411 (18).

Pacock. See Peacock.

Padbury, Bucks., I. 456 ii

-, church of, I. 456 ii.

Paddy, Robert. See St. Bees, prior of.

Padley, John, II. 436.

Padstow, Cornw., I. 1111.

Padua, I. 24 n

-, letter dated at, II. 866.

Page (Paige, Payge), Mr., I. 794; II. 1209

-, lady, II. 973

-, Alex., I. 380 (p. 175)

-, Mary, abbess of Bruisyard, II. g. 411 (10)

-, (Pagge), Sir Ric., I. 64, 392 (p. 183); II. 911 ii

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

-, Ric., I. 1300 (2):—g. 539 (29).

Paget (Pachet, Patchett), William, afterwards Secretary of State, I. 816 n; II. 1305:—g. 1008 (31)

-, -, his handwriting, I. 816 n.

Paget (Pagett), Ric., II. 1009

-, (Pachet), W., I. 1238, 1245

-, -, letter from, II. 1238.

Pagham, Hants (Suss.?), II. g. 1311 (40).

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

Pagnam. See Pakenham., Suss., II. g. 1008 (19).

Pagynton. See Packington., Suss., II. g. 1008 (19).

Paikok, John, priest, II. 1212 (p. 427).

Painstown (Payneston), co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (43).

Painswick (Paynswycke), Glouc., I. 1263.

Painter (Paynter), John, I. 895

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

Pake, James, I. 1207 (13).

Pakenham (Pagnam), Ric., I. 1192

-, (Pakenam), Robt., letter from, II. 427.

Palades or Paladye, Edw., I. 960.

Palatine, Countess (Dorothy, daughter of Christiern II.), II. 1172 (p. 415).

Palencia (Palenza), in Spain, bishop of, II 245 (p. 102).

Palermo, John Carandolet, Abp. of, president of the Council of Flanders, I. 997, 1135 (p. 525); II. 372 (p. 152 "Parma"), 511 (2), 957

-, -, letter to, II. 511 (2).

Pallet. See Paulet.

Palmer, Sir Thos., knight-porter of Calais, ("Mr. Porter"), I. 17 (2), 59, 417, 443, 501, 560–1, 844, 906, 1072, 1168, 1219, 1221, 1293:—App. 4:—II. 106, 107, 210, 226, 333–4, 341–2, 453, 466, 555 (p. 210), 625, 637, 660–1, 676, 704, 711, 721, 895, 921, 946, 988, 1002–3, 1014, 1022, 1029, 1035, 1090–1, 1151 (2, 3), 1209, 1213, 1307, 1334:—App. 25, 47:—g. 411 (34), 1311 (18)

-, -, letters from, I. 501, 844, 1219:—

App. 4; II. 106, 334, 341, 637, 661, 676, 704, 721, 895, 921, 988, 1002–3, 1022, 1029, 1090–1, 1334:—App. 25, 47

-, -, letters to, I. 1072; II. 266, 1014

-, -, handwriting of, I. 560–1

-, -, signature of, I. 417; II. 453

-, -, his ship, II. 1014.

Palmer, Mr., I. 747, 766

-, ——, II. 467, 973 v

-, Henry, spear of Calais, vice-bailey or under-bailey of Guisnes, I. 13, 17, 86, 151, 237, 826, 861; II. 334, 564, 1278–9:—g. 411 (34), 1150 (40), 1311 (18)

-, -, letters from, I. 826, 861; II. 1278

-, -, his wife, I. 861

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

-, Ric., I. g. 539 (3)

-, Thos., II. 186 (64), 1147

-, Wm., I. 484.

Palmes, ——, I. 6 (p. 7), 323

-, (Palmys), Dr., I. 306 (p. 138), 392, 786 ii., 1011 (p. 455), 1021

-, (Pawmes), S., II. 186 (68).

Palmieri, cardinal, death of, I. 413.

Palshid, Ric., customer of Southampton, letter to. I. 189.

Palterton, John, I. 1150.

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

Panter, Wm., alias Vyney, II. 1101 (2).

Panton, Alex., I. g. 1103 (37)

-, Thos., clk., I. g. 1103 (37).

Papal States, the, I. 989.

Parcar. See Parker., the, I. 989.

Parde, Olivier, I. 462.

Pardon, the See under Northern Rebellion.

Parga, in Albania, II. 320.

Pargetor (Pergetor), Lady, I. 1277 iii.

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

Paris (Parigi), I. 12, 47, 285, 414, 428, 525, 556 (p. 259), 673, 681, 752, 760, 762, 931, 933, 939–40, 1052 (p. 480), 1107, 1189, 1242, 1322; II. 121, 210, 342, 494, 552, 808, 1115, 1146, 1285

-, letters dated at, I. 34, 53, 59, 88, 124, 166, 240–1, 249, 296, 326, 443, 659, 908, 972, 1222; II. 39, 40, 45, 139, 336, 493, 539, 565, 788–90, 919–20, 987, 1047, 1072, 1195

-, reception of James V. at, I. 12, 53

-, Bishop's palace, I. 12, 53

-, chatelet at, I. 47 (3)

-, college of Bayeux, II. 1072 (2)

-, -, Mons. Pierre, dean of, II. 1072

-, college of Navarre, II. 788–9, 919–20, 1047, 1072, 1146, 1195

-, Notre Dame, church of, I. 12

-, Parliament or Council (Estates) of, I. 12, 124, 556; II. 245 (p. 102), 252

-, Pont au Change, I. 47 (2)

-, President of (i.e., President of the Parliament). See Poyet, Guillaume

-, Provost of. See Villebon, Sieur de

-, Rue de la Savonnerie, I. 47 (11)

-, Rue St. Denis, I. 47 (13)

-, Tournelles (Tornellis), I. 12

-, University of, I. 12, 437.

Paris, Chr., Irish traitor, II. 1310 i. (45)

-, Philip, Gardiner's servant, I. 770 (2), 1209, 1322; II. g. 1150 (22).

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

Parishes, reported amalgamation of (and pulling down of churches), I. 70 ii., iii., v., vi., ix.-xii., 200 (p. 85), 201 (p. 90), 380, 392, 456, 481, 808, 900, 1011, 1018, 1202 (2).

Parke, Edm., II. 186 (41)

-, John, II. 1068.

Parkelathes. See Park Leys.-, John, II. 1068.

Parker, ——, I. 933; II. 56, 858

-, (Parcar), Mrs., I. 1260

-, Chr., I. 275

-, Edmund, I. 7, 847, 848 (p. 378), 849 (p. 381), 850, 1086 i. (3), 1087 (p. 498); II. 186 (43)

-, -, letters from, I. 7, 847, 848 (p. 378); II. 186 (43)

-, George, I. 380 (p. 175, 177. See Notes)

-, Sir Henry, II. 911 ii. 1060 (p. 374), 1151 (2, 3):—g. 1150 (41)

-, Henry, of Dublin, signature of, 1.477

-, John, II. g. 617 (2)

-, John, signature of, II. 1282

-, John, jun., I. 1268

-, Sir John, I. 1297

-, Simon, I. 108

-, Thos., I. 849 n

-, Walt., II. 1333

-, Wm., II. 68.

Park Leys (Parkelathes), Notts, II. g. 1008 (9).

Parkshaw, in South Tynedale, I. 799.

Parkyn, Thos., I. 211.

Parkyns, John, I. 79 (2), 127, 182, 211, 261–70

-, -, letters from, I. 182, 211, 261–70

-, -, his "book," I. 261 (2).

Parkynson, Edw., I. 798

-, John, I. 581.

Parliament, I. 29, 32, 255, 308, 368, 392, 445 (p. 215), 786 (pp. 340, 343), 790 (p. 347), 900 (p. 401), 901 (pp. 404, 407, 409–10), 945 (3, 4), 946 (2), 1066, 1207 (8), 1230:—g. 1103 (5, 31), 1330 (63); II. 186 (63), 436 (2), 548, 550, 692, 952, 963, 1009, 1064, 1295, 1313:—g. 796 (16)

-, election of knights and burgesses to, I. 43, 900 (p. 401), 1087 (p. 497); II. 1324

-, rolls of, II. 625:—g. 796 (16)

-, promised to be held at York, I. 6 i., ii., (p. 8), 20, 34, 43–5, 64, 67, 102–3, 115, 137–8, 146, 154, 171, 184, 195, 198, 201 (pp. 86, 88, 91–4), 202 (pp. 103, 105), 253, 369 (pp. 165–6), 370 (p. 168), 399, 687 (p. 304), 787, 847–8, 849 (pp. 380–1, 384), 901 (p. 409), 1087 (pp. 497–8), 1175, 1315

-, (of June 1536), I. 901 (p. 410).

Parliament. See also Council (a general assembly).-, (of June 1536), I. 901 (p. 410).

Parma, I. 122 (p. 59); II. 1128 (p. 396).

Parma, error for Palermo, archbishop of, q. v.

Parnel, Thos., II. 1100.

Parpoynte. See Pierpoint., Thos., II. 1100.

Parr, Katharine. See Latimer, lady.

Parr (Par), Sir William, of Kendal, afterwards (1538) lord Parr, and (1543) earl of Essex, I. 362, 713, 730, 825, 914, 922 ("young Mr. Parre"), 1298

-, -, letter from, I. 1298

-, -, his steward of Kendal. See Layburn, Sir James.

Parr (Pare, Parre, Aparre), Sir William, of Horton, afterwards (1543) lord Parr of Horton, uncle of the preceding, I. 590–1, 608, 639, 677, 700, 702, 734 (2), 765, 768, 849 (p. 380), 964, 974, 1159 iv., 1193, 1199 (4), 1207 (5, 12, 15), 1213, 1218, 1227 (2):—g. 795 (14); II. 8, 57, 75, 133, 156, 462 (2), 489, 657, 951, 1068, 1102, 1236, 1255, 1276, 1297:—App. 31:—g. 1150 (18)

-, -, letters from, I. 590–1, 608, 639, 677, 700, 768, 1193, 1213; II. 8. 57, 75, 489, 657, 1068, 1102, 1236, 1297. App. 31.

-, -, letters to, II. 133, 951

-, (Par),——, II. 111

-, (Parre), Mrs., II. 167, 424, 1060 (p. 374)

-, Grace, II. g. 191 (22)

-, John, dec., II. g. 191 (22)

-, Wm., I. 1159 iv., 1199 (4), 1227 (8).

Parrage, Edm., I. 1131.

Parre Latholm, Lanc., II. g. 191 (22).

Parrott, Anne, alias George, II. g. 191 (2).

Parrs, the, family, I. 225.

Parry, Thomas, I. 1089 (p. 503); II. g. 191 (38).

Parshoore. See Pershore., Thomas, I. 1089 (p. 503); II. g. 191 (38).

Parsons, Wm., I. 581 ii.

Parter. See Porter., Wm., I. 581 ii.

Partney (Pertney), Line., I. 70 xii.

Partridge (Partriche), Roger, II. g. 1008 (43)

-, (Parteridge), Thos., II. 974:—g. 1008 (43).

Partridges, II. 676, 1081.

Paslewe, John, abbot of Whalley, q. v.

Pasquelino, ——, II. 320.

Passebridge, Wm., II. 1102.

Paston, Sir Wm., I. 32, 231, 455, 510, 588, 686; II. 1008 (12)

-, -, letter to, I. 686.

Patchett. See Paget.-, -, letter to, I. 686.

Pate (Patte), Richard, archdeacon of Lincoln, ambassador with the Emperor (1533–1537), I. 366 (p. 162), 637 (p. 285), 648 (?), 1031, 1169; II. 245, 870, 911 ii., 1137

-, -, letter from, I. 1169

-, -, letter to, I. 1031.

Pate, John, I. g. 539 (12); II, 678:—g. 191 (32)

-, -, sister of, II. 678.

Patenson, Edward, I. 687 (p. 301)

-, (Petenson), John, accused by the minister of St. Robert's, II. 918, 1076.

Pater Noster, a corrupt, I. 1147 ii. vi.

Patone (in Kendal?), II. 671 (2 iii.).

Patrick, Robt., I. 498 (2).

Patte. See Pate., Robt., I. 498 (2).

Patton, Westmld., I. 959.

Paul III., Pope, I. 34, 53, 55, 88–9, 122–3, 165–6, 249, 286, 296, 326, 366 (4), 367–8, 377, 413–14, 429, 432–5, 443–4, 454, 463, 496, 524–5, 541, 544, 556 (p. 259), 562, 564, 625, 647, 665, 675, 696 (p. 309), 721, 724, 745, 753 (2), 763, 771, 779, 802, 862, 887, 907–8, 923, 931, 949, 987 (pp. 445–6), 988–9, 996–7, 1052–3, 1061, 1076, 1079–80, 1116, 1123, 1141, 1189, 1220, 1222, 1242–3, 1310; II. 17, 18, 25, 46, 71–3, 103, 169, 174, 176, 212, 227, 245 (pp. 101–2), 310–12, 499, 509 (2), 510, 539, 546, 552, 598, 619–20, 656, 702. 750, 791–2, 795 (p. 281), 814,. 825, 832, 844–5, 860, 868–70, 888, 1026, 1031, 1040, 1053 (1, 2), 1087–8, 1126, 1128 (pp. 396–7), 1143, 1148, 1166, 1176

-, -, bulls of, I. 989; II. 860

-, -, letters (briefs) of, I. 55, 166, 432–5, 454, 779; II. 103, 174, 311

-, -, letters to, I. 286, 368, 413, 653, 771, 1242; II. 71

-, -, his nephew. See Farnese, Octavio

-, -, his secretary, See Ambrogio, Signor

-, -, his son. See Farnese, Pier Luis.

Paul, Domer, II. 819.

Paulet (Poulet, Pawlet), Sir Wm., Comptroller of the Household and Master of the Wards, I. 148, 291, 332–3, 468, 505, 558, 636, 667, 734 (1), 846, 1008, 1013 (p. 458), 1150, 1227 (4), 1239:—

g. 311 (14); II. 10, 193, 445, 562, 567, 625, 774, 891–2, 911 ii., 945, 1012, 1030, 1051, 1060, 1251:—g. 411 (27), 1150 (20)

-, -, letters from, I. 774, 891–2, 945, 1012, 1251

-, -, signature of, I. 148, 291, 332–3, 505, 558, 636, 667, 846.

Paulet (Pawlett, Pallet), Lady, I. 1100; II. 711, 973 iv., 1060 (p. 374)

-, (Poulet, Pallett), George, one of the Commissioners in Ireland, II. 378–82, 385–6, 388 (3), 632, 762. See also Ireland, Commissioners in

-, Sir Hugh, II. 911 ii

-, John, II. 911 ii.:—g. 1150 (18)

-, (Poulett), Thos., II. 1310 (9).

Pauling Peter, I. 535 ii.

Pauncefote, Bridget, II. g. 795 (38)

-, John, dec., I. g. 795 (38).

Pavadensis, Bishop. See Wigmore, abbot of.

Pavia, in Italy, I. 804

-, battle of (1525), II. 372.

Pawmes. See Palmes.-, battle of (1525), II. 372.

Pawtrell, Thos., II. g. 1008 (43).

Pax or Paxe, Andrew, I. 1300 (2, 3); II. 68.

Paxton Magna and Parva, Hunts., II. g. 1311 (21).

Payet. See Poyet., Hunts., II. g. 1311 (21).

Payne or Payn,——, II. 1151 (2, 3)

-, Alex., II. 352

-, Henry, II. 56

-, Hugh, curate of Hadleigh, I. 256–7

-, -, letter from, I. 257

-, John, II. 496

-, Thos., II. 352, 1208 (2).

Paynell, Ric., II. 187 (4).

Payneswick, Robt., II. 1310 ii. (9).

Paynez. See Poyntz., Robt., II. 1310 ii. (9).

Payton, Sir Robt., II. 911 ii.:—g. 1008 (25), 1150 (22).

Peace of Christendom, the (i.e., between France and the Emperor), I. 429 (p. 208), 430, 433–4, 444 (p. 214), 463, 753 (2), 815–16, 1006, 1052, 1076, 1141; 11.244, 539, 701, 832, 868–70, 1004, 1053, 1112. 1172, 1202, 1217, 1249, 1253, 1263, 1285.

Peace negociations:, the (i.e., between France and the Emperor), I. 429 (p. 208), 430, 433–4, 444 (p. 214), 463, 753 (2), 815–16, 1006, 1052, 1076, 1141; 11.244, 539, 701, 832, 868–70, 1004, 1053, 1112. 1172, 1202, 1217, 1249, 1253, 1263, 1285.

-, ambassadors at, II. 1053 (2)

-, Imperial deputies (Covos and Granvelle), II. 1201, 1285, 1290

-, French deputies (Montmorency and Lorraine), II. 1285.

Peace, the, justices of, I. 815–16. See Commissions.

Peacock (Pecok), Ant., I. 416 (2), 775, 786 (p. 342)

-, (Pecok), John, clk., I. 1300 (2,3)

-, (Pacok), Nic., canon, I. 979.

Peake or Peke,——, I. 718 (3)

-, John, I. 1172 (2), 1207 (3).

Peans. See Piennes.-, John, I. 1172 (2), 1207 (3).

Pearson (Person), —— widow, I. 1214 (2)

-, (Peyrson), John, I. 498 (2), 1214 (2), 1246 (2)

-, (Peerson), John, priest, II. 353

-, (Pierson, Peereson), Walter, Carthusian, I. 1233; II. 91 ii.

Peasenhall (Pesenall), Suff., I. g. 1103 (11).

Pecok. See Peacock.

Pecsall. See Pexsall.

Pedle, Robt., II. 1009.

Pedmarsshe. See Pelmarsh., Robt., II. 1009.

Peele (pyle) or Peel of Fowdrey, in Furness, II. 1205 (p. 89), 1216.

Peereson. See Pearson., in Furness, II. 1205 (p. 89), 1216.

Peers, assembly of. See under Council

-, a jury of, I. 1207 (20).

Peers, Dr., provost of St. Elizabeth's College in Winchester, II. 1270

-, John, I. 298

-, Peter, I. 718.

Peersbrig. See Pierse Bridge.-, Peter, I. 718.

Pek, John, II. g. 617 (8)

-, Nich., II. g. 617 (8).

Peke. See Peake.-, Nich., II. g. 617 (8).

Pekeryng. See Pickering.-, Nich., II. g. 617 (8).

Pekett, Robt., II. 44.

Pekham, Edmund, cofferer of the Household, I. 1297:—g. 311 (9, 10); II. 426:—

g. 1008 (31), Edmund, cofferer of the Household, I. 1297:—g. 311 (9, 10); II. 426:—

-, -, letter from, II. 426.

Peksall. See Pexsall.-, -, letter from, II. 426.

Pekyns, John, II. 1027.

Pelagius, doctrines of, I. 212.

Pelle, Wm., I. 1004.

Pellys or Pell, Martin, captain for the King in Dublin, I. 357, 1271 (2, 3); II. 86

-, -, letter from, I. 357

-, -, letter to, I. 1271 (3).

Pelmarsh (Pedmarsshe), Essex, I. g. 795 (8).

Pelthenly (Monm.?), I. g. 795 (16).

Pembroke, in Wales, I. g. 539 (47); II. 1057 (1, 3, 4), 1183, 1199

-, letter dated at, II. 1057 (3)

-, sheriff of, II. 1057 (1, 4)

-, mayor of, II. 1199.

Pemond. See Piedmont.

Pemsy. See Pevensey.

Penally (Pennallen), Pemb., I. g. 1103 (36).

Penance, I. 1021.

Penarth and Penant, Cornw., II. g. 1311 (22).

Pencriche (Penkeryche), Dan Hamlet, I. 892, 912, 1327

-, -, petition of, I. 1327.

Penison, Sir Will. or Jerome, II. 629

-, -, his wife, II. 629.

Penistone, Yorks., II. 186 (14).

Penkarrek, St. David's dioc., I. g. 311 (46).

Penkeryche. See Pencriche., St. David's dioc., I. g. 311 (46).

Penketh, Peter, II. 186 (76).

Penley, Herts, II. g. 1311 (22).

Penmon priory (supp.), in Anglesea, I. 507

-, John Godfrey prior of, II. g. 191 (14).

Penna, duke of. See Medicis, Alexander de.

Pennallen. See Penally., duke of. See Medicis, Alexander de.

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

Pennye, Thos., I. 1300 (2, 3); II. g. 1150 (38).

Penrith (Perith, Penreth, Perethe), Cumb., I. 305, 498 (2), 687 (1, 2), 904, 1246, 1259 (3); II. 248 (p. 104), 249 (5, 6):—g. 191 (45)

-, letter dated at, II. 829

-, castle of, I. 930

-, chapel of, I. 687 (p. 303)

-, church of, I. 687 (p. 302)

-, vicar of, I. 479

-, the four captains of, I. 687 (1, 2).

Penrith Fell, I. 687 (p. 303).

Penrith (Penreth), suffragan bishop of, I. 726 n. See Bird, John. See also I. 1323 (suffragan of Llandaff).

Penrose, Ric., I. 497; II. g. 1150 (12, 14)

-, -, signature of, I. 497.

Pensans. See Penzance.-, -, signature of, I. 497.

Pensart, ——, audiencer in the Flemish court, I. 358.

Pensay. See Pevensey., ——, audiencer in the Flemish court, I. 358.

Pension from France (the King's money), I. 274, 445 (p. 216).

Pensions, I. 366 (p. 162).

Pentecost, Nich., II. 1325.

Pentney (Penteney), priory (supp.), Norf., I. 455 ii., 510:—g. 1103 (18)

-, Robt. Codde, prior of, I. 512:—

g. 795 (33), 1103 (18).

Penwith hundred, Cornw., I. g. 1105 (9).

Penzance (Pensans), Cornw., II. g. 191 (6, 8).

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

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

Percival (Percyvall), —, Bigod's servant, I. 201 (pp. 86, 88, 92), 202 (p. 104)

-, Thos., II. 496.

Percival. See Cresswell, Percival.

Percy (Persee), Sir Ingram, brother of Northumberland, I. 220, 225, 259 (p. 123), 294, 319, 321, 351, 392 (p. 192), 467, 1090, 1239; II. 548 (p. 206), 936.

Percy (Persee, Peyrsy), Sir Thomas, brother of Northumberland, I. 6 (pp. 5, 6), 29, 140, 201 (pp. 86–7, 98 bis, 100, 102), 218, 220, 225, 247, 259 (p. 123), 294, 303 (p. 137), 319, 321, 351, 353, 369 (pp. 164–7), 370 (pp. 169–70), 392 (pp. 189, 191–3), 393, 467, 481 (p. 228), 490–1, 520 (one of the Percies), 577–8, 666, 698, 849 (pp.382–3), 1012 (p. 456), 1014, 1018, 1020, 1023 ii., 1034, 1035 (p. 474), 1036. 1062, 1085–6, 1087 (pp. 495–6, 500), 1088, 1090, 1199 (2, 3), 1207 (8), 1227, 1239, 1257, 1285; II. 12 (p. 5), 41, 172, 181, 190 (2), 203 (p. 87), 229, 915, 1016:—g. 1311 (7)

-, -, letter from, cited, I. 849 (p. 382)

-, -, his children, II. 203 (p. 87), 229, 915, 1016

-, -, his chaplain. See Leckonfield, parson of

-, -, evidence against, I. 1086 ii., 1087 (p. 496)

-, -, examination of, I. 393

-, -, mother of. See Northumberland, countess dowager of

-, -, his wife, I. 577.

Percy (Percey, Persey), ——, I. 393, 467

-, Arthur, II. 918

-, Wm., of Ryton, I. 392 (p. 191), 1207 (3)

-, (Persee), Sir Wm., II. 172, 1295.

Percyes, the, II. 220, 269 (p. 167), 1212. See also Percy, Sir Thos., and Sir Ingram.

Perdishewe, Cumb., I. 498 (2).

Pere, Margaret, II. 1068

-, Ric., II. 1068 ii

-, Robt., II. 496, 1068 ii.

Perell, John, I. g. 539 (28).

Pergetor. See Pargetor., John, I. g. 539 (28).

Perith. See Penrith., John, I. g. 539 (28).

Perith, Edw., chaplain, I. 498 (2), 687 (p. 303).

Perk, II. g. 1311 (22 p. 470).

Perkyng, Jas., I. 1259 (4).

Perlaune alias Leving (in Langley Marsh. See vol. IV.), Bucks, II. g. 191 (18)

-, park of, II. g. 191 (18).

Permanhurste, Suss., II. g. 1311 (17).

Pernes, in Artois, I. 1005, 1048, 1071–2, 1076.

Peronne (Piron, Perone), in Picardy, I. 53, 600, 647, 664, 684, 1107, 1329; II. 367.

Perosa, in Piedmont, II. 1040.

Perote (q.v. Penrith?), I. 305.

Perott. See Perrott., I. 305.

Perpignan, in France, II. 104 (p. 37), 245 (p. 102), 1053 (2), 1172, 1203.

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

Perret, ——, II. 1014.

Perrott (Perott), Soms. (?), II. 195 (p. 85).

Pers, Martin, I. 718 (4).

Persall, John, II. 886.

Persee or Persey. See Percy., John, II. 886.

Pershore (Parshoore), Worc., letters dated at, II. 840

-, abbey of, II. 1314:—g. 191 (4).

Person. See Pearson.-, abbey of, II. 1314:—g. 191 (4).

Person Landy, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (37).

Perswall. See Cresswell, Percival.

Pertney. See Partney., Percival.

Peru, gold from, II. 1127 (p. 395).

Pery, George, Chapuys' servant, II. 228. [This seems to be the person entered in this and other indexes as George, a courier, and Chapuys' man]

-, Wm., II. 1071.

Peryent, John, auditor, I. g. 795 (43); II. 1057 (3):—g. 1150 (41).

Perys, Robt., clk., I. g. 795 (11).

Pescara, Marchioness of, I. 14.

Pesenall. See Peasenhall.

Pesulano. See Montpellier.

Petenson. See Patenson.

Peter. See Petre.

Peterborough, Ntht., abbey of, II. 1209, 1314:—g. 1150 (23)

-, gaol of, II. 1155, 1276.

Peter-pence, payment of, I. 842.

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

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

Petir, Thos., I. 92.

Petite, Nich., II. 1310 i. (43).

Petley, Pettly or Petlay, ——, I. 812, 1002, 1039–40, 1069.

Peto, Friar William, afterwards cardinal, cousin of Michael Throgmorton, II. 107, 553 (kinsman), 619 (a friar), 635, 952 (p. 333), 1172, 1243, 1303.

Petre (Petur, Peter), Wm., LL.D. (Dr. Peter), clerk of Chancery, (alterwards Sir William Peter), I. 297, 481, 491, 901, 914, 1014, 1018–19, 1044, 1106, 1155, 1244; II. 220, 293, 452, 668, 902, 1101, 1119, 1151 (2), 1171.

Petron, John, clk., I. g. 1104 (7).

Pettly. See Petley., John, clk., I. g. 1104 (7).

Petty Bag, the, II. 638.

Pettye, Wm., late friar, I. 725.

Petur. See Petre., Wm., late friar, I. 725.

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

Petyfer, John, II. 1208.

Petyte, ——, I. 63.

Pevensey (Pensay, Pemsy, Pemsey), Suss., I. 748; II. 1331:—g. 1008 (3).

Peverell, John, II. 1101 (2).

Pewsham (Pewesham), Wilts, I. g. 311 (33).

Pexsall (Pecsall), Mrs., II. 973 iii., 1060 (p. 374)

-, (Pecsall), Ralph, clerk of the Crown (died July 1537), I. 615–16; II. 186 (76), 274, 297, 664.

Peyll, Steph., II. g. 411 (13).

Peyn, the lord of. See Piennes, sieur de.

Peynswycke. See Painswick., the lord of. See Piennes, sieur de.

Peyrson. See Pearson., the lord of. See Piennes, sieur de.

Peyrsy. See Percy., the lord of. See Piennes, sieur de.

Peytwell, John, II. 574 (2).

Pheasants, II. 855, 1081.

Phelps (Felpys), Elbright, alias Philips, I. g. 1103 (2).

Phelym, in Ireland, II. 1301 i. (20).

Pheppyn park, II. 186 (4).

Philip of Macedon, quoted, I. 1242 (p. 570).

Philip, prince of Spain, afterwards Philip II., I. 122 (p. 59); II. 104.

Philip or Phelip, ——, II. 1273

-, Ric., I. 581 ii

-, Thos., I. g. 1330 (24)

-, Wm., I. 782.

Philips or Phelypps (Philypis), ——, of Lincolnshire, I. 1225

-, (Felipps), Elbright, I. g. 1103 (2)

-, Phillippis), Harry, I. 1293; II. 128

-, -, letter from, II. 128

-, John, sheriff of Pembroke, II. 1057 (1, 4)

-, Ric., I. 1279; II. 1257:—g. 1150 (21)

-, -, letter from, II. 1257

-, Roland, vicar of Croydon, II. 293, 361

-, -, examination of, II. 361.

Philipson (Phelipson), Ric., I. 581 ii.

Philpot (Phelepott), Wm., letter from, I. 741.

Piacenza (Placentia), I. 122 (p. 59); II. 1128 (p. 396)

-, letter dated at, I. 544.

Picardy, I. 34, 190, 563, 580, 625, 801, 861, 924, 1107; II. 125, 213, 253, 372, 539, 607, 612 (a Picard), 987, 1040, 1254

-, governor of. See Rochepot, sieur de.

Pickerell (Pykerell), ——, of Norwich, II. 13 (3).

Pickering (Pikering), Yorks., I. 467, 1277 iii.; II. 733:—App. 1

-, letter dated at, II. 733

-, castle of, I. 930.

Pickering lodge, II. 186 (43).

Pickering Lythe (Pekeryng, Pikringlight), Yorks., I. 6 (p. 5), 369 (pp. 165–6), 392 (p. 184), 532, 1083, 1085, 1087 (p. 496); II. 1212 (p. 428):—App. 1.

Pickering (Pykkeryng), ——, I. 392 (p. 185); II. 186 (41), 661 (p. 241)

-, (Pikering), John, of Lyth, priest, I. 1199 (2), 1207 (8), 1227; II. 12, 192:—g. 191 (34)

-, -, his brother, in France, II. 12 (p. 5)

-, -, deposition of, II. 12

-, -, his father, II. 12 (p. 5)

-, -, pardoned, II. g. 191 (34)

-, (Pekering), Dr. John, of Bridlington, a friar, I. 479, 609, 698, 786 ii., 1012 (4), 1019, 1020 ii., 1021, 1087 (pp.499, 500), 1088 (1, 2), 1199 (2, 3), 1208 (8), 1227

-, -, examination of, I. 1021

-, -, evidence against, I. 1087 (p. 500)

-, Nic., I. 478 (2), 918 ii

-, Ric., I. 688; II. 172 (2), 186 (13 39)

-, Sir Wm., I. 1159 iv., 1199 (4), 1227 (10, 2); II. 1151 (2 bis, 3 bis)

-, (Pykaryng), Wm., II. 44.

Pickworth (Pykeworth), Linc., II. 187 (4, 6).

Pictures (tables), I. 47.

Piecombe (Pycombe), Suss., II. g. 1311 (30).

Piedmont (Pyamount, Pyemont, Pemond), I. 347, 365, 464, 556 (p. 259), 625, 647, 762–3; II. 46, 333, 484, 509 (2), 539 (p. 203), 546, 725, 868, 962, 1104, 1201, 1253

-, army of. See French army

-, Lewis prince of. son of the duke of Savoy (died Nov. 1536), I. 122

-, Emanuel Philibert prince of, afterwards duke of Savoy, II. 1148.

Piennes (Peans, Peyn, Peynnys), sieur de, II. 351. 366, 372, 633.

Pierpoint (Perpoynt, Parpoynt) or Pierpount, Mr., II. 765–6, 926

-, George, II. 451, 514

-, (Perpoynte), Joan, widow, I. g. 795 (46)

-, Wm., II. 451.

Pierresshe, Claeis, alias Slap, I. 732.

Pierse Bridge (Peersbrig), Dham., I. 1269.

Pierson. See Pearson.

Pierston Marchall, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (4).

Pieterson, Will., of Gouda, II. 1085.

Pigberne, Yorks., I. 392 (p. 192).

Pigden or Pyngeden, Suss., II. g. 1311 (34).

Piggott (Pygott), Wm., II. 975.

Pighius, Albertus, letters to, II. 1116, 1227.

Pignerol (Pynzerol), in Piedmont, II. 962.

Pikering or Fikring. See Pickering., in Piedmont, II. 962.

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

Pilgrimages, II. 301, 846, 1325.

Pilkington, Henry, I. 578 (p. 267.).

Pillerton, Nether., Warw., I. g. 1330 (59).

Pilley (Pylley), Thos., II. 436 (2).

Pillington, Yorks., I. g. 411 (4).

Pilmore, John, II. 1181.

Pilottes, Andrew, letter from, I. 697 (2)

-, -, confession of, I. 697.

Pilston, John, II. g. 1311 (22 p. 470).

Pinchingthorpe, Yorks., I. 1277.

Pinto, Sebastian Roderigo, a Portuguese, II. 265, 757.

Piper (Pyper), John, II. 496

-, Wm., I. 298.

Pirates and piracy, I. 358, 575, 597, 782, 924, 1132; II. 130, 208, 393, 495, 563, 596, 606, 613, 640, 680, 832, 866, 868, 1262:—g. 191 (27, 42), 411 (21).

Piron. See Peronne., I. 358, 575, 597, 782, 924, 1132; II. 130, 208, 393, 495, 563, 596, 606, 613, 640, 680, 832, 866, 868, 1262:—g. 191 (27, 42), 411 (21).

Pirot. See Latur, Pierrot de.

Pirtenhall, Beds., II. 796 (18).

Pisa, in Italy, II. 62.

Pissero, Jeronimo de, a Venetian captain, I. 924.

Pistock, Kent, II. 1311 (16).

Pistot, Jan, I. 47 (4).

Pitford, Robt., I. g. 1330 (16)

-, Thos., I. g. 1330 (16).

Pitgorno, in Scotland. See Scott, of Pitgorno.

Pittam. See under Calais., in Scotland. See Scott, of Pitgorno.

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

Place, Mr., I. 6 (p. 7)

-, (Playce), Edm., I. 498 (2)

-, (Plays), Robert, I. 1092

-, Roland, I. 29 (1, 2.).

Placentia. See Piacenza.-, Roland, I. 29 (1, 2.).

Plague (death, one dead, sickness, pestilence, mortality, contagion, etc.), I. 450, 680, 812, 875, 995, 1181 (p. 543), 1188; II. 130, 179, 182, 186 (21), 203 (p. 87), 242, 269, 275, 285, 293, 295, 298, 339, 394, 415, 425, 430, 487, 497, 523, 578–9, 593, 595, 711, 721, 749, 756, 759, 774, 783, 794, 811, 817, 827, 839, 871, 875, 891–4, 905, 992, 1109, 1137, 1244, 1257, 1336:—App. 44.

Plant, Simon, II. g. 1311 (4).

Plantagenet, Arthur. See Lisle, lord

-, Frances, lord Lisle's daughter, I. 120; II. 130, 167, 467, 625.

Plate, &c., I. 644, 677, 1307 (2); II. 256, 285, 299, 529, 646.

Platt, ——, II. 256.

Playce. See Place., ——, II. 256.

Playford (Playforth), Suff., I. 1103 (11).

Plays. See Place., Suff., I. 1103 (11).

Plays, named, I. 529, 1212.

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

Plomar. See Plummer., Essex, II. g. 191 (40).

Plomlonde. See Plumbland., Essex, II. g. 191 (40).

Ploughs, rumoured tax upon, I. 393 (p. 195), 520.

Ploumyer, Sire Allart, I. 47 (1, 4, 9, 11)

-, -, letters to, II. 47 (4).

Plover, Henry, priest, II. 910.

Plumbland (Plomlonde), Cumb., I. 185.

Plummer (Plomar), ——, of Oxford, I. 79 (2)

-, Anthony, of Furness, I. 841 (3)

-, Hen., of Louth, I. 380

-, Dan Henry, of Furness, I. 1089 (p. 504)

-, (Plumer), Wm., I. 1194 (2).

Plumstead (Plumsteyd), Kent, II. 187 (2).

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

Plumsted, John, II. 186 (65)

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

Plumton or Plumpton, ——, I. 6 (p. 7), 392 (p. 191), 901 (p. 404).

Plumweir, in the river Wye, I. g. 795 (16).

Plunketts, the Irish family, I. 1066; II. 76, 383 (p. 157).

Plymley, Alex., I. g. 795 (12).

Plymouth, I. 152–3; II. 759

-, letter from the town, II. 928

-, letters dated at, I. 153; II. 416, 480

-, Guildhall, II. 759

-, mayor of, II. 759. See Bull, Thos.

Po, the Italian river, II. 791.

Pocklington (Poklington, Poclynton), Yorks. I. 136, 392 (p. 187), 853; II. 161.

Podyngton. See Puddington., Poclynton), Yorks. I. 136, 392 (p. 187), 853; II. 161.

Poer. See Power., Poclynton), Yorks. I. 136, 392 (p. 187), 853; II. 161.

Poggio, Giovanni, nuncio in Spain (afterwards Cardinal), II. 104 (p. 37), 1031

-, -, letter from, II. 1031.

Poilea. See Apulia.-, -, letter from, II. 1031.

Poke, Edw., II. 458.

Pokelington or Poklington. See Pocklington., Edw., II. 458.

Pokerych. See Puckeridge., Edw., II. 458.

Poland (Pole, Polony), I. 1144

-, a bishop of, I. 790.

Pole (Poole, Polle, Pol, Polo, Pool), Reginald, cardinal (1536) ("the English Cardinal", "Mr. Poolle," "Card. Legate," "English Legate," "the Legate"), son of the countess of Salisbury, brother of lord Montague, legate to England (in 1537), I. 14, 24–5, 34, 53, 82, 86, 88–9, 105, 123, 125, 165, 195, 237, 287, 299, 309, 313, 326, 347, 365, 367–8, 386, 429–31, 433–5, 444, 454, 457, 463 (p. 222), 508, 516, 524–6, 544, 562, 625, 647, 665, 675, 696 (p. 309), 705, 721, 752, 760, 779, 802, 809, 817, 862, 865–6, 908, 923–4, 931, 939–40, 949, 987–8, 996–7, 1006, 1032, 1052–3, 1061, 1089 (p. 504), 1123, 1134–6, 1141, 1167–8, 1174, 1189, 1219 n., 1220, 1235, 1242–3, 1262, 1293, 1302, 1306, 1313; II. 17, 18, 25, 26, 41, 42, 71–3, 107, 169, 174–6, 214, 227, 244, 310–12, 499, 510, 511, 552, 559, 598, 619–20, 633, 635, 725, 791, 795, 853, 944, 949, 952 (p. 333), 1022, 1026, 1044, 1116, 1126, 1227, 1272, 1303: —

g. 191 (5)., Polle, Pol, Polo, Pool), Reginald, cardinal (1536) ("the English Cardinal", "Mr. Poolle," "Card. Legate," "English Legate," "the Legate"), son of the countess of Salisbury, brother of lord Montague, legate to England (in 1537), I. 14, 24–5, 34, 53, 82, 86, 88–9, 105, 123, 125, 165, 195, 237, 287, 299, 309, 313, 326, 347, 365, 367–8, 386, 429–31, 433–5, 444, 454, 457, 463 (p. 222), 508, 516, 524–6, 544, 562, 625, 647, 665, 675, 696 (p. 309), 705, 721, 752, 760, 779, 802, 809, 817, 862, 865–6, 908, 923–4, 931, 939–40, 949, 987–8, 996–7, 1006, 1032, 1052–3, 1061, 1089 (p. 504), 1123, 1134–6, 1141, 1167–8, 1174, 1189, 1219 n., 1220, 1235, 1242–3, 1262, 1293, 1302, 1306, 1313; II. 17, 18, 25, 26, 41, 42, 71–3, 107, 169, 174–6, 214, 227, 244, 310–12, 499, 510, 511, 552, 559, 598, 619–20, 633, 635, 725, 791, 795, 853, 944, 949, 952 (p. 333), 1022, 1026, 1044, 1116, 1126, 1227, 1272, 1303: —

-, -, letters from, I. 25, 82, 287, 309, 368, 444, 526, 544, 721, 988, 1052, 1123, 1242–3, 1302; II. 71–3, 169, 310, 499, 511, 559, 791, 1026, 1116, 1126, 1227, 1272

-, -, letters to, I. 14, 24, 105, 125, 431, 516, 862, 1189, 1262; II. 174–6, 214, 312, 510, 853

-, -, his appointment as legate, I. 779

-, -, his book, I. 249, 429, 444; II. 552, 620, 795, 1303

-, -, his man. See Throgmorton, Michael

-, -, his relations (family), I. 249

-, -, his full title, I. 89.

Pole or Poole, ——, II. 192

-, (Polle), Mrs., I. 354; II. 711

-, David, archd. of Salop, letters from, I. 679, 767

-, Sir Geoffrey, brother of lord Montague, I. 313, 829; II. 921, 1113

-, -, letters from, I. 829; II. 1113

-, -, letter to, I. 313

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

-, Giles, letter from, II. 1323

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

-, Henry. See Montague, lord

-, (Poole), Hugh, I. 17 (2), 1230

-, John, II. 1092

-, Leonard, II. g. 1150 (34)

-, (Pooll), Matthew, I. 1225–6

-, Ric., II. 107 n

-, (Powll), Robert, I. 308 (p. 140), 701, 1143

-, Rondolf, clk., II. 58 ii

-, Thos., I. 567. 1194 (2)

-, (Pooll, Polle), Wm., provost marshal in Ireland, I. 86 (p. 46), 195; II. 318, 1090, 1213

-, -, letter from, II. 1213

-, Sir Wm., II. 58 ii.

Pole. See also Poole.

Polet Place, I. g. 311 (24).

Polkyr. See Pollekere., I. g. 311 (24).

Pollard (Pollerd), Sir Hugh, II. 754 (2), 803

-, -, letter from, II. 803

-, John, II. 157, 1287 n.:—g. 1150 (15)

-, (Pollarte, Powlerde), Richard, King's Remembrancer, and General Surveyor, Sheriff of Devon (1537–8), I. 605, 676, 998, 1089 (p. 504), 1175 (3), 1307:—

g. 539 (40, 44); II. 14, 44, 82, 92, 97, 101, 115, 144,155, 161, 183, 187 (5 ii.), 234, 291 (p. 120), 344, 432, 489, 583, 661, 807, 1062, 1082, 1149, 1154, 1171 (2), 1210–11, 1327:—App. 6, 42, 45: g. 1008 (30, 31), 1150 (18, 30)

-, -, letters from, I. 676, 998; II. 82, 92, 144, 234, 432

-, -, his handwriting, I. 847–9, 944 (1, 2), 1012 (2, 3, 4). 1035 (2), 1036, 1087 (p. 498), 1088, 1119:—II. 183

-, -, his signature. I. 1012 (3); II. 1154, 1171 (2).

Polle. See Pole.-, -, his signature. I. 1012 (3); II. 1154, 1171 (2).

Pollekere or Polkyr (co. Waterford?), II. 898 (1, 9).

Pollesworth Abbey, Warw., I. g. 311 (44)

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

Pollington (Polyngton), Yorks., II. 186 (1).

Polony. See Poland., Yorks., II. 186 (1).

Polslowe (Polslo) nunnery, Devon, I. 1153:—

g. 311 (45), Devon, I. 1153:—

-, Marg. Trowe, prioress of, I. 1153:—

g. 311 (45).-, Marg. Trowe, prioress of, I. 1153:—

Polsted (Polstydde), Mrs. II. 415

-, (Poulsted, Powlsted), Henry, Cromwell's servant, I. 782; II. 197, 241, 668, 847, 1062, 1145 (2):—App. 28, 45

-, -, letters from, II. 197, 668, 847, 1062:—App. 28

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

Polton. See Pulton.

Pomegranates (pommes de grenade), I. 180.

Pomerey, Sir Edw., I. g. 795 (35)

-, Joan, I. g. 795 (35)

-, Thos., I. g. 795 (35).

Pomeroy. See Pommeraye.-, Thos., I. g. 795 (35).

Pomfret. See Pontefract.-, Thos., I. g. 795 (35).

Pommeraye (Pomeroy), Gilles de la, former French ambassador, I. 445 (pp. 214–15).

Ponings. See Poynings.

Ponnes, Master, II. 501.

Ponson, Mr., II. 922.

Pont-de-Remy, in France, I. 180, 719

-, letters dated at, I. 459–60, 619; II. 528.

Pont de Remy, Mons. de, II. 675.

Pontefract or Pomfret (Pontfrete, Pounfrecte, Pountefrett), Yorks., I. 6 i. (pp. 4, 5, 6, 8) ii., 29, 33, 64, 98–9, 145, 192, 200 (p. 85), 201 (pp. 86, 90, 93, 98, 102), 202 (p. 105), 236, 280, 306, (p. 138), 319, 362, 369, 370 (pp. 167–8), 380, (pp. 173, 178), 392 (pp. 190–2), 393, 506, 536, 698 (3), 786 (p. 342), 787–9, 811, 848, 852–3, 901 (pp. 405, 408–11), 914 (p. 416), 946 (2), 1019, 1175 ii. (pp. 540–1), 1200, 1207 (8), 1225; II. 14, 35, 59, 186 (10, 14), 216

-, letters dated at, I. 295, 336–7, 349, 371, 390–1, 470, 506, 699; II. 984

-, letters to the mayor and inhabitants, I. 155; cited, 848, 850, 1087 (p. 497).

-, Castle of, I. 6 (pp. 4, 5, 8, 9), 155, 170, 183, 200 (p. 85), 208, 226, 280–1, 295, 303, 306, 349–50, 362, 390, 392 (pp. 191, 193), 393, 470, 536, 699, 848, 849 (p. 381), 850, 852 (1, 2), 900 (pp. 401–2), 901 (p. 410), 930, 945 (pp. 428–9), 946 (1, 2), 1013 (pp. 458–9), 1018, 1022 passim, 1087 (pp. 497–8), 1089 (p. 503), 1091; II. 186 (23, 34, 65, 70, 78), 984, 1076 (p. 379)

-, -, "the lords in," I. 6 (pp. 4, 9)

-, -, provisions in, I. 350

-, -, constable of, I. 1089 (p. 503), 1091

-, -, view of, II. 186 (78)

-, Market cross at, I. 6 (p. 8)

-, Parish church, I 1011 (p. 454), 1022 (p. 466)

-, Priory of St. John (the Abbey), I. 33, 306 (pp. 137–8), 371, 786 ii., 849 (p. 381), 901 (p. 410), 1022 (p. 467); II. 186 (41), 1314

-, -, James Thwaites, prior of, I. 786 ii., 853 (abbot), 1079; II. I. 186 (54, 72)

-, St. Thomas' Hill, I. 6 (p. 8), 901 (p. 410)

-, conference or council (meeting, assembly) of the Rebels at, I. 6 (p. 7), 29, 98 (p. 51), 306 (p. 138), 849, 901 (pp. 404–5, 410–11), 1022 (pp. 466–7), 1034

-, -, articles and petitions put in at, I. 98 (p. 51), 786, 789 (p. 346), 853, 900 (p. 401), 901 (p. 404), 1012 (4 iv.)

-, convocation and consultation of the clergy of the North at (the doctors), I. 306 (p. 138), 698 (p. 312), 786 (pp. 340–2), 788–9, 853, 900 (p. 402), 901 (pp. 404, 411), 1011 (p. 454), 1021 (pp. 462–3), 1022 (pp. 466–7)

-, -, list of, I. 786 ii., 1011 (p. 455), 1021.

Pontefract, the honor of, I. 281, 349; II. 186 (16 ii., 65)

-, -, stewardship of, I. 197.

Ponyngs. See Poynings.

Pooilia. See Apulia.

Poole (Pole), Dors., I. 601:—g. 539 (33); II. 708, 1257.

Poole See Pole.

Pope, the. See Paul III.

Pope, the, Bishop of Rome, supremacy, power, name of, &c. (Roman tyranny, See of Rome, Papists, Popery), I. 70 xi., 93 (2), 181, 201 (p. 92), 202 (p. 103), 255, 256 (2, 3), 261 (p. 124), 313, 366 (p. 161), 381, 384, 416, 436, 444, 445 (p. 216), 479, 498 (p. 235), 530, 541, 594, 613, 666, 671 (p. 296), 687 (p. 304), 703, 741, 742 (2), 746, 755–8, 767, 777 (p. 338), 786 (pp. 340, 342–3), 788, 790–1, 815–16, 841 (3, 4), 842, 849 (p. 381), 855, 881, 900. (p. 401), 901 (pp. 404–409), 914 (p. 417), 960, 990, 1021 (1, 2), 1022 (p. 467), 1087 (p. 495), 1094, 1129, 1135, 1147 (p. 529), 1157, 1162, 1233 1293, 1310–11, 1313, 1316, 1325; II. 41, 65, 212 (p. 92), 231, 267, 303, 310 (2), 337, 382, 384, 409, 422, 425, 429, 505 (2), 518 (2), 610, 635, 661, 698, 705, 716 (2), 717, 729 (4), 760, 828, 846, 864, 1001, 1045, 1046, 1100, 1212, 1249, 1288 ii., 1309, 1339:—

App. 14, 40:—g. 411 (25).

Pope, Thomas, treasurer of Augmentations, clerk of the Crown of Chancery (July 1537), I. 70 xiii., 890, 981, 1157, 1162, 1323:—g. 539 (19), 795 (1), 1103 (18); II. 90, 206, 259, 274, 297, 570, 664, 1151 (2):—g. 1008 (5)

-, -, letters from, I. 70 xiii.; II. 259, 274, 664

-, -, signature of, I. 890, 981

-, -, Margaret his wife, I. g. 539 (19), 795 (1); II. g. 1008 (5).

Popeseynte, Agnes. I. g. 1330 (12)

-, James, dec., I. g. 1330 (12).

Poplar (Popler), Midd., letter dated at, II. 578.

Pople, John, I. 489, 693.

Popley (Popeley), Wm., Cromwell's servant, I. 86, 195, 237, 353 (p. 156), 354, 450, 457, 494, 585, 680, 782, 786 (p. 342), 812, 830, 875, 947:—g. 539 (48); II. 298, 338, 424, 569–70, 626 (p. 232), 1069:—App. 16

-, -, letters from, I. 875; II. 570, 1069

-, -, his sister, II. 570.

Porcell. See Purcell.-, -, his sister, II. 570.

Porchester (Porchistre), Hants, II. g. 1311 (40).

Pore (qu. Power?), John, abbot of Tintern in Ireland, II. 1310 ii. (3).

Porlock, Soms., I. 1000.

Pormer, Mr., I. 380 (p. 177).

Porrott, ——, I. 236

-, (Porret), Wm., I. 979 ii.

Porslade. See Portslade.-, (Porret), Wm., I. 979 ii.

Portcasseg (Purcasset), Monm., I. g. 795 (16).

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

Port de Grace. See Havre., II. 1060 (p. 373).

Porte (Port), Sir John, I. 520, 630, 781, 840 (p. 369):—g. 311 (30), 539 (3, 9), 1330 (55); II. 157, 515, 622, 914 ii., 1142, 1299:—App. 14:—g. 1008 (43), 1150 (15, 19)

-, -, letters from, II. 515, 1142, 1299:—App. 14

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

-, Ric., priest, II. 1142.

Porter, Mr. [of Calais]. See Palmer, Sir Thomas.

-, Porter, Mr., I. 308 (p. 140), 569

-, (Portar, Parter), Arthur, I. 701; II. g. 1150 (34)

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

-, Garert, I. 589 (2)

-, John, I. g. 539 (11); II. 1310 ii. (2)

-, or Potter, Robt., I. 1131, 1245

-, Thomas, I. 7 (p. 10).

Portgore, letter dated, II. 276.

Portington,——, I. 1022

-, Thos., I. 6, 392 (p. 185), 734 (2), 1207 (7), 1227 (8).

Portland, Wat à, or Walter, I. 195; II. App. 30.

Portlester, co. Meath, II. 383 (p. 157), 1310 i. (4).

Port Pole, I. 1271 (4).

Portrarne, co., Dublin, II. 1310 i. (20):—

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

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

Portslade (Porslade), Suss., II. g. 1311 (34).

Portsmouth (Porchemouth), I. 680; II. 563, 680, 794, 1238:—g. 1150 (5)

-, letters dated at, I. 602–4: II. 1006

-, King's works at, I. 232; II. 794.

Portugal, I. 288, 366, 387, 696, 753, 772, 1190 (2); II. 265, 355, 520, 757

-, Ambassadors in:—

French. See Honorato. Imperial. See Sarmiento, Luis

-, English merchants in, I. 288

-, Infant of. See Louis, Don

-, King of. See John III

-, a lady from, II. 265, 520, 757

-, Queen of (Katharine, sister of Charles V.), I. 565, 753; II. 227, 240

-, -, letter to, I. 753.

Portugalete, in Spain, I. 254.

Portuguese (Portingales), individual, I. 772, 782, 800; II. 1057 (1, 3, 4):—App. 38.

Portynary, John, I. g. 539 (27).

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

Posidonius, Cicero's friend, II. 1004 (p. 349).

Poskat, John, II. 1212.

Posterne park, Kent, II. 774.

Postny park, Denb., I. g. 539 (37).

Potkyn, —, Cranmer's registrar, letter to, II. 703 iii.

Potkyns, or Pottyn, —, I. 1039, 1068.

Pott, Thos., II. 696 (2).

Potter, Ambrose, I. 1268

-, or Porter, Robt., I. 1131, 1245.

Potters Bar, Midd., II. 1247.

Potton, Beds., II. g. 1311 (20).

Potton, Roger, prior of Elsingspittle See London, Elsingspittle.

Pouersynnes, co. Dublin, II. 1310 I. (2).

Poulet. See Paulet., co. Dublin, II. 1310 I. (2).

Poullain, Jacques, I. 47 (1, 2, 7, 11)

-, -, letter to, I. 47 (2).

Poulsted. See Polsted.

Pounde, Thos., I. 17 (2).

Pounfrecte. See Pontefract.

Pountefrett. See Pontefract.

Pounyngs. See Poynings.

Pourescourt. See Powerscourt.

Pouyet. See Poyet.

"Poverty, Captain of," of Penrith, ("Lord Poverty,") 1.411, 467, 687 (pp. 301, 303), 786 (p. 343), 849 (p. 380), 914

-, -, letter from I. 411; cited, 849 (p. 380).

-, chaplain of." See Thompson, Robert.

Powder. See Gunpowder., chaplain of." See Thompson, Robert.

Powell, Dr. [Edward], I. 875; II. 181

-, Edmund, I. 837

-, John, I. 583

-, Thos., II. 849.

Power or Poer,——, of Denvill, II. 898

-, Davey, II. 898

-, lady Katharine. See Butler, lady K

-, Edm., prior of St. Katharine's, Waterford, II. 898

-, Nich., II. 763, 898 (1 bis. 2)

-, Sir Piers, II. 898 (3)

-, Piers, son of lady Katharine, II. 763, 898 (3)

-, Sir Ric., dec., II. 763, 898 (1, 3)

-, Ric., the later, II. 898 (3)

-, Thos., tanist of Ballycanvan, II. 898

-, (Poyer), Thos., II. 898 (6, 7)

-, Thos., son of Edmund, II. 898

-, Walter, II. 898

-, Wm., archd. of Dublin, II. 1310 i. (43).

Powers Country, in co. Waterford, II. 898.

Powerscourt (Pourescourte), co. Wicklow (formerly Dublin), I. 394 (2), 1027; II. 762, 1097, 1310 i. (7), ii. (3).

Powerston, co. Carlow, II. g. 1008 (35).

Powesland, in Wales, II. 965.

Powis (Powys), in Wales. See Llanidloes.

Powis (Powes), Sir Edw. Grey lord, I. 1199 (4), 1207 (20); II. 171 n, 965:—g. 411 (13)

-, -, his wife, II. 171.

Powes,——, yeoman usher to the Queen, I. 586

-, ——, II. 271

-, lady, II. 973 iv.

Powlerde. See Pollard.-, lady, II. 973 iv.

Powll. See Pole.-, lady, II. 973 iv.

Powlson, Edw., I. 1128.

Powlsted. See Polsted.

Pownes. See Poynings.

Powyngtyngtune, letter dated at, I. 803.

Poyer. See Power.

Poyet (Payet, Pouyet), Guillaume, president of the Parliament of Paris, I. 556; II. 323 (2), 327, 327 (p. 152), 789–90.

Poyner, John, II. g. 1150 (34).

Poynings (Ponynges), Suss., II. 1311 (34).

Poynings Chinting, Suss., II. g. 1311 (34).

Poynings Preston, Suss., II. g. 1311 (34).

Poynings (Ponings, Pownes), Mr., II. 555, 973 v

-, Sir Edw., K.G.. dec., II. 186 (22)

-, Edward, II. 1247

-, Sir Thos., II. 911 ii., 1060 (p. 374).

Poynings (Ponyngs) Act, II. 1288 ii.:—

g. 1008 (36)., II. 1288 ii.:—

Poynings (Pounyngs) lands, II. 398.

Poyns, Ric., I. 452.

Poynter,——, II. 2.

Poyntz (Poyntes), Mrs., II. 1060 (p. 374)

-, (Poyntes, Paynez), Sir Nich., II. 911 ii.:— g. 1008 (18), 1150 (34).

Praers, Roger, II. g. 1008 (43).

Praet (Prat, Pratte), Louis, sieur de, I. 801; II. 511, 633, 699

-, -, letter to, II. 511

-, -, his sister, I. 801.

Prat or Pratt, David, bailey of Oxford, I. 261 (p. 124), 264 (p. 126); II. 374

-, James, vicar of Crowle, I. 109.

Prat. See also Praet.-, James, vicar of Crowle, I. 109.

Preaching and sermons, I. 256; II. 952 (p. 333).

Predo. See Prudhoe., I. 256; II. 952 (p. 333).

Prees Mill, in Denbigh, I. g. 539 (14).

Prendergast (Pryndegast), in Wales, II. 1057 (3).

Prendregast. Edm., II. 898 (7)

-, Gerald Boye, II. 898 (7)

-, Thos., II. 898 (10).

Prendregasts, Irish family, II. 898 (7).

Prent, John, II. 150.

Premonstratensian Order, the, II. 400.

President, Lord, [of the Marches of Wales].See Lee, Roland.

Prest, John, II. 530.

Presteman, ——, I. 1083.

Presten. See Preston., ——, I. 1083.

Prester John, embassy from, I. 772; II. 240.

Prestman, John, of Lyllesdale Hall, II. 291 ii

-, John, of Helnesley, II. 291 ii

-, Wm., II. 291 ii.

Preston (in Anderness), Lanc., I. 411, 520, 578, 840 (p. 369), 878

-, letters dated at, I. 695, 743.

Preston, Rutl., I. g. 1330 (53).

Preston, Yorks, II. 1295.

Preston in Holderness, I. 141, 201 (pp. 85, 93–4), 202 (p. 104), 370 (p. 168)

-, vicar of, I. 201 (pp. 94, 97), 370 (pp. 168–9).

Preston Merss, in Galloway, I. 1030.

Preston (Presten), ——, I. 393, 467, 587

-, Allan, II. 1220

-, Davy, I. 17 (2)

-, John, I. 1015; II. 249 (6), 250 (1 ii)

-, John, of Ramsgate, I. 718 (3)

-, Thos., II. g. 411 (35)

-, Wm., I. 1147 (p. 529).

Prestwich, Thos., alias Sandwich, I. 1041; II. 573, 1206, 1278.

Prestwoode, Suss., II. g. 1311 (17).

Preudhomme, General, II. 1072.

Price, Mr., II. 570 (qu. Ap Rice?)

-, Ric., abbot of Conway, q. v.

Pridhowe See Prudhoe.-, Ric., abbot of Conway, q. v.

Pridiaux, Nich., I. 1111.

Priests (See also clergy), execution of, I. 533

-, marriage of, I. 990 ii.: II. 81, 450.

Prince (Principe) of Spain. See Philip.

Princess, the (called so only by Imperialists and Papists). See Mary.

Printers and printing, II, 295.

Priole, Bernard de, II. 556.

Priolus, Alovisius or Aloysius, I. 431, 516, 526, 721, 1189, 1262; II. 73, 169, 310, 312, 499, 791, 853.

Priourton next Termonfeckin, co. Louth, II. 1310 i. (4).

Prittlewell, Essex, I. g. 1330 (58)

-, priory (supp.) of, I. g. 1330 (58)

-, -, Thos. Norwich, prior of, I. g. 1330 (58).

Privy Seal, the, II. 555.

Privy Seal, Lord. See Cromwell, Thomas; also (1523–30), Tunstall, Cuthbert.

Proclamations I. 322, 472, 520, 679; II. 329, 1155.

Proctor, Robt., I. 380 (p. 174)

-, Wm., I. 535 ii.

Proddey. See Prudhoe.-, Wm., I. 535 ii.

Prophecies (rhymes), I. 318 (1,2), 534, 841 (3 i., ii., 4), 990, 1023, 1087 (p. 499), 1212 (1–3), 1284; II. 74 (2), 80, 184, 602, 800, 1102, 1212, 1231.

Protestants. See Germany., I. 318 (1,2), 534, 841 (3 i., ii., 4), 990, 1023, 1087 (p. 499), 1212 (1–3), 1284; II. 74 (2), 80, 184, 602, 800, 1102, 1212, 1231.

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

Prothonotary, the. See Ambrogio, Signor.

Prouse, John, II. 1097, 1310 i. (2).

Provence, in France, I. 664, 1107, 1116, 1181 (p. 543), 1329; II. 104, 1254.

Provost, Nic., of Paris, II. 1115.

Prowde, John, of Watton, I. 141, 201 (pp. 86 93, 96), 202 (pp. 104–5), 370 (pp. 168–9)

-, John, alias Moigne, of London, II. g. 191 (42)

-, (Prowyd), John, II. g. 617 (5).

Prudhoe (Proddey, Predo, Prudhowe, Pridhowe, Purdowe) castle, Nthld., I. 491, 577, 930, 1090, 1091; II. 548, 1174:—g. 1311(7)

-, constable of. See Cary, Thos. (1537).

Pryce, Mr. See Rice, John ap.

Pryndegast. See Prendergast., Mr. See Rice, John ap.

Prynne (Pryn), Dr. John, commissary of Lincoln, I. 380, 481; II. 402

-, -, his scribe Peter, I. 380, 481.

Pryseley, Mr., of Calais, II. 831.

Pryste, ——, II. 1208 (2).

Puckeridge (Pokerych), Herts, I. g. 1105 (10).

Puckering, Michael, priest, dec., I. 961:—

g. 1330 (2)., Michael, priest, dec., I. 961:—

Puddington (Podyngton), Chesh. See Massy of Puddington.

Pudsay, Roland, I. 979 ii.

Puglia. See Apulia., Roland, I. 979 ii.

Pulleyn (Pullan, Poleyn), Ralph, mayor of York (1537), I. 184, 306 (p. 138), 1087 (p. 497):—g. 795 (12); II. g. 1150 (11). See also York, lord mayor of

-, Robert, I. 687 (2 pp. 302, 304), 849 (p. 380), 1089 (p. 503)

-, -, letter from, cited, I. 849 (p.380)

-, (Poleyn), Thos., II. g. 1150 (11).

Pullia. See Apulia.-, (Poleyn), Thos., II. g. 1150 (11).

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

Pulton (Polton) priory, Wilts, II. 202.

Punt, Henry and Joan, I. 572.

Punte, or Puntte, John, clk., I. 1300 (2); II. 1150 (38).

Purcasset (qu. Portcassegg?), I. g. 795 (16).

Purcell, Pursell, or Porcell, lord, II. 859 (3)

-, ——, of Ballywhele, II. 837 (2)

-, James, II. 859

-, John, bp. of Ferns, II. 898 (5)

-, Nich., II. 956

-, Patrick, of Lowyston, II. 837 (2)

-, Wm., Irish traitor, II. 1310 i. (16), ii. (9).

Purdowe. See Prudhoe.-, Wm., Irish traitor, II. 1310 i. (16), ii. (9).

Purgatory, I. 70 i., 93(2), 231, 708, 778, 1312; II. 401 (3), 436 (2), 534 (2), 846, 864, 1122 (p. 393).

Purry, Edm., I. 388 v.

Pursell. See Purcell., Edm., I. 388 v.

Purser, ——, II. 300.

Purton (Pyrton), Wilts, II. 1323.

Putney, Surr., letter dated at, II. 664.

Puylston, John, II. g. 1150 (9).

Pyamount. See Piedmont., John, II. g. 1150 (9).

Pye, John, I. 127, 211:—g. 311 (14); II. 646, 1220:—g. 1150 (20).

Pygott. Joan, prioress of Sopewell, I. 571.

Pyke, John, I. 1150.

Pyke (names beginning). See Pick., John, I. 1150.

Pylc. See Peel., John, I. 1150.

Pylstye, Ric., II. 1282.

Pymont or Pymound, Ric., II. 186 (60):—g. 1150 (27).

Pynchyn or Pynchon, Nich., II. 1009, 1193

-, -, his widow, II. 1193.

Pynkmersshe, I. 1208.

Pynnerus, letter from, II. 1335.

Pynnoye, Count of. See Epinoy.

Pynsbyke, Robt., I. 693.

Pynzerol. See Pignerol., Robt., I. 693.

Pyrraunce, ——, II. 87.

Pyrton. See Purton., ——, II. 87.

Pyrton, Sir Wm., I. 407.

Pysshons, John and Richard, I. 353 (p. 156).



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