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'Index: B', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 15: 1540 (1896), pp. 582-606. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=76184 Date accessed: 22 November 2014.


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Baaker. See Baker.

Baberstokk. See Baverstock.

Babham, John, 157.

Babington, Eliz., p. 543.

-, Joan, p. 544.

-, Sir Philip, of the Order of St. John, 520, 522.

-, Roland, g. 613 (27),

Babraham (Badberham), Camb., g. 613 (1).

-, Brusyard manor in, g. 144 (10).

Babthorpe, Wm., of the Council of the North, 26, 131, 361, 428, 958:—g. 282 (21), 612 (12, 14), 942 (41b).

-, -, signature of, 25, 131, 361, 428.

Babwell, near Bury St. Edmunds, Suff., g. 436 (74).

Bache, John, g. 436 (75).

Bacheacre. See Batchacre.

Bachecroft, Agnes, p. 550.

-, John, p. 543.

Bacin, Madame de, 1020.

Backarde marsh, Kent, g. 613 (32).

Backhouse, John, 609 (p. 275).

Backwell (Bakwell), Soms., g. 436 (80).

Backwell, Hugh, p. 453.

Bacon, Nicholas, solicitor of Augmentations (18 March 1540), 14 (p. 5), 378, 631, 971, 998:—p. 539:—g. 436 (57, 90).

-, -, signature of, 631.

Bacon, Robt., 474:—g. 436 (90).

-, (Bakon), Thos., g. 282 (6), 436 (31, 58), 942 (15).

Baconsthorpe (Bakensthorpe), Norf., g. 942 (43 p. 471).

Bacqueviile (Basqueville), in Normandy, letters dated at, 1030 (45–6, 48–9).

Bacqueville, Sieur de. See Martel, C.

Bacton, Suff., p. 564.

Badberham. See Babraham.

Badbury, Wilts, near Chisledon, g. 613 (6).

Badcok, Eliz., p. 547.

Baddes fen, in Wormgay, Norf., g. 942 (18).

Baddesley (Braddesley), Warw., p. 559.

Baddow (Badowe, Haddow) Magna, Essex, 20 (3):—g. 942 (100).

Baddow (Badowe, Badoo) Parva, Essex, 498 iii. c. 66:—p. 567.

Bade (for Bath), 486n.

Baden (Bade), in Switzerland, 533.

Baden, Philibert, margrave of, 781 (2), 797.

Badoo. See Baddow.

Badowe. See Baddow.

Badryngton, beside Stamford, g. 612 (15).

Bady, John, g. 282 (29).

Bager, Robt., g. 282 (27).

Baggot. See Bagott.

Baggrave, Leic., g. 282 (97).

Baghe. See Baugh.

Baglione (Balion), Gentile, 581.

-, (Balion), Horace, 581.

-, (Balyon), Malatesta, dec., of Perugia, 448 (p. 184), 581, 778.

-, (Balyon, Balionus, Baylion), Ridolpho, son of Malatesta, 448 (p. 184), 581–2, 712, 762, 778, 808.

Baglioni (Balions), the Perugian family, 448 (p. 184), 581.

Bagot (Baggott), Ric., abbot of Shap, 62 (1,2):—p. 551.

-, Steph., 553:—p. 557.

Bagpath, Glouc., g. 282 (57).

Bagston, Glouc., g. 282 (57).

Bagwell, Hen., p. 543.

Baif (Baivus), Lazare de, French ambassador to the Diet of Spires and Hagenau, 781 (2), 797, 814.

Bailey (Bayly), —, widow, 853 (p. 426).

-, (Bayle, Baylie), John, alias Cressegge, prior of Wenlock, 111 (1, 2), 112:—p. 551.

-, -, letter from, 112.

-, (Bayly, Beley), John, 139 iv.:—p. 553.

-, (Baily), John, B.D, prior of Tewkesbury, 49.

-, (Bayly), Robt., 109:—g. 613 (20).

-, -, his daughter's marriage portion, 109.

-, (Bayly), Steph., p. 547.

-, (Baylye), Wm., pp. 544, 548.

Bailly, Ant., g. 942 (42).

Baitson, John, p. 552.

Baivus. See Baif.

Bakensthorpe. See Baconsthorpe.

Baker, John or Sir John, attorney-general, commissioner at Calais (March and April 1540), chancellor of Tenths and First Fruits (1540), chancellor of the Exchequer (Aug. 1540), 241, 392, 460–1, 473, 537, 938, 966, 972, 984:—g. 144 (20), 282 (20, 61), 436 (30), 831 (47b), 942 (120), 1027 (7, 33, 37).

-, -, signature of, 392, 460–1.

-, -, Elizabeth, his wife. g. 942 (120).

Baker, Alice, p. 543.

-, Eliz., p. 543.

-, (Baaker), John, 153:—p. 545:—g. 831 (72).

-, Nic., 609 (p. 276).

-, Oliver, clk., g. 436 (26).

-, Ric., 609 (p. 275).

-, Robt., p. 551.

-, (Bakar), Roger, 689.

-, Steph., 609 (p. 276).

-, Thos., 609 (p. 276 bis):—pp. 543, 548:—g. 831 (43, 45).

-, Wm., master mason of Calais, 609 (p. 276).

-, Wm., 587.

Bakon. See Bacon.

Bakwell. See Backwell.

Balaham, Alex., g. 282 (22).

Balams. See Balham.

Balande, Nic., p. 543.

Balder Dale (Baldersdale), Yorks., p. 565.

Balderston, Lanc., g. 942 (38).

Baldesley, Salop, g. 831 (36).

Baldock, Herts, g. 733 (42).

Baldocke. See Bois le Duc.

Baldwin (Baldwyne), Alice, abbess of Burnham, p. 547.

-, Sir John, chief justice of Common Pleas, 708 (1, 2), 791:—g. 144 (20), 282 (6).

-, Mary, widow of Wm., 708 (1, 2).

-, (Bawdwyn), Steph., p. 548.

-, Wm., dec., 708 (1,2).

Balfront, Hen., p. 565.

-, -, Agnes, his wife, p. 565.

-, Nich., Robt., and Thos., p. 565.

Balham (Balams), Surr., 498 (36).

Balions. See Baglioni.

Balionus. See Baglione.

Baliscourte, Suss., 498 (37).

Balkesky, Martin, a Scot, g. 733 (58).

Balkysky. See Balkesky.

Ball, Amicia, p. 543.

-, Hen., p. 545.

-, Thos., 111 (2):—pp. 551, 563.

Ballar, Robt., g. 612 (19).

Ballard, Lionel, 806 (p. 380).

-, Margery, p. 547.

-, Ph., alias Hawford, q.v.

Ballenden or Bellenden, Thos., of the Council of Scotland, 94, 114.

Ballevollane, co. Meath, 159.

Ballymore Eustace (Balymore), in Ireland, part of co. Dublin, but lying within co. Kildare, 593.

Balme. See La Baume.

Balnavis, Henry, of the Council of Scotland, 94, 114.

Balner, Joan, p. 545.

Balthazar, a Norwegian gold miner, 1009.

Baltonnesburgh. See Baltonsbury.

Baltonsbury (Baltonnesburgh), Soms., g. 436 (55).

Balyff, Cuthb., p. 552.

Balymore. See Ballymore.

Balynghams, in Chislett, Kent, p. 555.

Balyon. See Baglione.

Bamberg, bp. of, 797.

Bamberg (Bambach) Ludovic à, ambassador from the Landgrave (Jan. 1540), 76, 123, 642 (1, 2).

Bamberie or Bambery. See Banbury.

Bamborough, Nthld., 25, 196, 248 (p. 89).

-, captain of. See Horsley, J.

Bampfelde or Bamfelld, Thos., 167, 689.

Bampton, Westmld., p. 563 bis.

Bampton hundred, Oxon, 444.

Banastyr. See Banester.

Banbrik, Eliz., p. 547.

Banbury (Bambery), Oxon, vicar of. See Pitt, W.

Bandin, Signor John, 583.

Bandon, Surr., g. 942 (94).

Baneham. See Bayneham.

Banes, Conand, 691.

Banester (Banastyr, Bannyster), Lady, 495 ii., 687.

-, Mr., 505.

-, (Banyster), Eliz., p. 546.

-, Hen., 609.

-, John, 14 (p. 5).

-, (Banister), Ric., p. 549.

Bangham. See Banham.

Bangor, archdeacon of. See Runcorn, T.

-, bp. of. See Capon, J.; Bird, J.

-, bpric. of, 424:—g. 613 (21).

Banham (Bangham), Norf., 942 (43 p. 471).

Banister. See Banester.

Banke, Mary, p. 553.

Bannandysdale. See Bannisdale.

Bannfeld, Wm., p. 561.

Bannisdale (Bannandysdale), Westmld., p. 556.

Bannok, Nic., 749 (2), 1030 (9).

-, -, letter from, 1030 (9).

Bannyster. See Banester.

Banstead, Surr., 498 (36).

Bante, Isabel, p. 552.

Bantry (Bentre) fasagh or forest, Wexford, 558.

Banyster. See Banester.

Baquerot, —, 1030 (11).

Bar. See Bari.

Barantyne (Baryngton), Mary, p. 546.

-, (Barington, Barentyne), Sir Wm., 14 (p. 5), 1006:—g. 282 (7), 831 (57).

Barbarossa, Haradin, Turkish naval commander, 104, 134 (p. 43), 357, 368, 462, 490, 577, 582, 778 (p. 367), 929, 932, 961:—App. 2.

Barbary (Barbarea), 489–90, 1030 (18 p. 530). See also Africa.

Barbedors, Camb., g. 436 (41), 1027 (16).

Barber (Barbour), Mr., 217.

-, (Barbour), Jasper, g. 282 (13).

-, (Barbar), John, a member of Convocation, signature of, 861.

-, John, 391 (5).

-, (Barbour), John, g. 282 (121).

-, (Barbour), Juliana, prioress of Limebrook, p. 554.

-, (Barbour), Thos., g. 282 (93), 831 (9), 1027 (6).

-, (Barbor), Wm., g. 611 (26).

Barbers and surgeons, Act touching, 498 (49).

Barborough. See Bourbourg.

Barborough, Madame. See Bourbourg, abbess of.

Barbose, Mons. de, 1030 (18 p. 529).

Barbour. See Barber.

Barcar. See Barker.

Barcelona, in Spain, 320, 332.

Barcley. See Berkeley.

Barcomb (Bercombe), Suss., g. 612 (2).

Bardall, Eleanor, p. 542.

Bardfield (Berdfeld), Essex, g. 144 (2), 942 (93).

Bardfield (Berdefelde) Magna, Essex, g. 611 (1).

Bardfield (Berdfelde) Parva, Essex, g. 611 (1, 3).

Bardney (Bardeney) abbey (supp.), Linc.,553.

Bardney (Bardeney), Laur., p. 548.

-, Wm., p. 550.

Bardon Park, Leic., 498 iii. c. 79.

Bardwell (Berdwell), Suff., g. 436 (31).

Bareham. See Barham.

Barentyne. See Barantyne.

Barete. See Barrett.

Barford, Beds, g. 613 (1).

Barford (Bereford), Oxon, g. 831 (51).

Barford St. Martin, Wilts, p. 540.

Barford, Wm., g. 942 (37).

Barfot, Thos., a member of Convocation, signature of, 861.

Barham (Bareham, Barkham), in Linton, Camb., alien priory (supp.), g. 942 (19).

Barhamwyke, Suss., g. 733 (55).

Bari (Bar), duchy of, in Naples, 533.

Barington. See Barantyne.

Barkbye, Wm., scrivener, 806.

Barkeley. See Berkeley.

Barkenbury, Wm., p. 555.

Barker, Ambrose, 338.

-, Anne, 338, 984.

-, Ant., a member of Convocation, signature of, 361.

-, Chr., Garter king of Arms, 10, 541.

-, Hen., p. 551.

-, John, 153:—g. 436 (9).

-, Robt., g. 942 (70).

-, Roger, g. 436 (1).

-, (Berker, Barcar), Thos., p. 552:—g. 282 (31).

-, Wm., 338, 984, 1004:—p. 551.

-, Wm., alias Gillingham, 359 (1, 2).

Barkham. See Barham

Barking (Berkyng), Essex, p. 563.

-, nunnery (supp.) of, 806 (p. 381):—pp. 547, 560, 563:—g. 282 (16, 36), 611 (8), 831 (63).

-, -, abbess. See Barlow, D.

-, -, pension list, p. 547.

-, Westmarsh, p. 563.

Barklett. See Bartlett.

Barkley. See Berkeley.

Barksted, Hen., goldsmith, 1029 (41).

Barkston (Barkeston), Linc., g. 831 (54).

Barkwith, East- (Estbarkworth), Linc., g. 942 (118).

Barlaston (Barleston), Staff., g. 611 (5).

Barlavington, Suss., 498 (37).

Bar le Duc, in Lorraine, 1020, 1023.

Barleston. See Barlaston.

Barley. See Grain.

Barley. See Barlow.

Barley, Herts, g. 733 (42).

Barlings (Barlinges) abbey(supp.), Linc., 939:—g. 613 (47).

-, abbot. See Mackerell, M.

Barlow, Wm., bp. of St. David's, 14 (p. 5), 500, 826 (19, 20, 23), 860–1, 921:—g. 1027 (10).

-, -, signature of, 861.

Barlow (Berleo), Dorothy, abbess of Barking, p. 547:—g. 282 (36).

-, John, clk., dean of Westbury, g. 282 (35).

-, (Barlo), Roger, g. 1027 (10).

-, Wm., p. 547.

Barmonsey. See Bermondsey.

Barmoundesey. See Bermondsey.

Barnaby (Barnabe), John, g. 613 (2).

-, (Barnabe), Marg., g. 613 (2).

-, Thomas, 905, 914.

-, -, letter from, 905.

Barnabys, at Malta, 522.

Barnard, John, g. 436 (10).

Barnard Castle, Dham., pp. 562, 565.

Barnardiston or Barmeston, Thos., 21.

-, (Parmeston), Sir Thos., 14 (p. 6):—g. 282 (6).

Barnbye, Marg., p. 554.

Barnebie, Thos., 609 (p. 275).

Barners. See Berners.

Barnes, in Brenchley, Kent, g. 282 (41).

Barnes Grange, Hants, 20 (2).

Barnes (Bernes, Barnys), Dr. Robert (attainted, and executed 31 July 1540), 31, 259, 306, 312, 334–5, 345, 383, 411 (1, 3), 425, 429, 485n, 498 (i., 58, 60, ii. c. 49), 566, 734, 737, 792 ii., 926, 953, 981:—g. 942 (107).

-, -, signature of, 411.

-, -, attainder of, 498 (58).

-, -, his sermon against Gardiner, 306.

-, -, recantation of, 411.

Barnes, —, goldsmith, 809 (p. 383).

Barnesley, Reg., 118:—p. 550.

Barnewall, Patrick. See Trimletiston, lord.

-, Patrick, King's serjeant in Ireland, 593, 693, 830 (2).

-, -, letter from, 693.

Barnewode, Bucks, g. 282 (109).

Barney, Norf., g. 144 (2).

Barney, John, 553 iii.

Barnham (Bernham), Suff., g. 942 (43 p. 471).

Barnham (Barneham), Suss., 498 (37 bis).

Barningham, Joan, p. 547.

Barnstaple (Berston), archdeacon of. See Brerewood, T.

Barnton, Essex, g. 611 (8).

Barnwell, beside Cambridge, priory (supp.) of, p. 542:—g. 733 (34).

Barnwell (Barnewell), Ntht., g. 733 (60).

Baron, Geo., 1030 (18 p. 529).

Barre, Thos., g. 282 (10).

-, Wm., 609 (p. 275).

Barrett (Barete), Andrew, 1031 (4).

-, (Barrette), Robt., p. 548.

-, Steph., g. 282 (2).

Barrington (Baryngton) Magna, Glouc., g. 831 (77).

Barrington (Baryngton) Parva, Glouc., 831 (77).

Barro or Barrow. See Berghen.

Barrow or Minchin Barrow, q. v.

Barrow, the Irish river, 455, 594, 830 (2).

Barrowe, John, p. 553.

-, Leonard, 21.

Barry, lord, 455.

Barstaple, John, abbot of Sherborne, p. 544:—g. 282 (39), 436 (54).

Barthelet. See Bartlett.

Barthelette. See Bartlett.

Barthlet. See Bartlett.

Bartholomew (Bartylmewe), Thos., p. 547.

-, (Barthilnewe), Wm., p. 545.

Barthwayt, Joan, p. 553.

Bartlett (Bertclet), Mr., 1029 (56).

-, (Barthelette), —, of Calais, 1030 (65).

-, (Barthelet, Bartelet), John, 609 (p. 275), 840:—p. 548.

-, (Barthelet, Barklett), John, searcher of Calais, 608 (3), 610, 729.

-, (Barthlet), Ric., M.D., g. 436 (4).

-, (Bertlett), Ric., 884.

Bartlott, John, 326.

-, Wm., 326.

Bartome, Hants, g. 436 (72).

Barton, Beds, p. 539.

Barton, Camb., g. 613 (1).

Barton, Hants, g. 436 (72).

Barton, Kent (qu. Yorks.?), p. 568.

Barton, Suff., g. 436 (31).

Barton Abbots (near Gloucester), p. 566.

Barton, Abbots or Hyde-, near Winchester, g. 613 (2).

Barton, near Abingdon, Berks, p. 563.

Barton next Bristol, Glouc., g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Barton, near Canterbury, 434.

Barton gaol, near Peterborough, g. 282 (22).

Barton Hartshorne, Bucks, g. 831 (58).

Barton on Humber, Linc., g. 942 (118).

Barton Magna, Suff., g. 436 (74–5).

Barton, near Marlborough, Wilts, g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Barton or Barton Regis hundred, Glouc., g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Barton le Willows, Yorks., p. 568.

Barton, —, Observant friar, 96 (2).

-, Agnes, p. 553.

-, Andrew, g. 942 (7).

-, John, pp. 546, 562:—g. 942 (41)b.

-, Robt. See Bertoun.

-, Percival, 526.

-, Thos., 113, 648, 691.

-, Wm., p. 548.

-, Wm., priest, 1029 (21).

Bartylmewe. See Bartholomew.

Barunehyl, Beds, g. 613 (1).

Barwyke. See Berwick.

Barwyke, Simon, p. 542.

Baryngton. See Barrington.

Basam, Alinxus, John, Antony, Jasper, and Baptista de, musicians, g. 611 (19).

Basedale (otherwise Nunthorpe) nunnery, Yorks., 431:—pp. 551, 559–60.

-, pension list, 431:—p. 551.

-, prioress. See Roughton, E.

Basildon (Bastyldon), Essex, g. 611 (8 p. 285).

Basill, John, p. 546.

Basing, Roger, 787, 859, 977:—g. 282 (9, 107), 942 (13).

-, -, letters from, 787, 977.

-, -, reply to, 859.

-, Dr. Wm., alias Kingsmill, prior and guardian (1540) of Winchester Cathedral, 139 i.

Basingwark abbey (supp.), near Holywell, Flintsh., pp. 561, 564:—g. 613 (40).

Baskervyle, Sir Jas., g. 282 (7), 942 (39).

-, Jas., g. 1027 (10).

-, Sir John, g. 942 (11).

-, Thos., g. 831 (39), 942 (39).

-, Wm., g. 831 (39), 942 (115).

Baskett, Gregory, p. 559.

-, Thos., p. 562.

Basle, letters dated at, 259, 420, 458.

Basnet, Edw., dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin, 594, 620, 636.

Basqueville. See Bacqueville.

Basset, —, 14 (p. 6).

-, Anne, lady Lisle's eldest daughter, one of the Queen's maids, 21, 135, 229, 750 iv., v., ix.

-, -, letter from, 229.

-, Bridget, lady Lisle's daughter, 749.

-, Fras., p. 557:—g. 942 (40).

-, George, lady Lisle's son, 181, 216–17, 230.

-, Humph., g. 942 (95).

-, James, lady Lisle's son, 1030 (53).

-, John (“Mr. Bassett”), lady Lisle's eldest son, 109, 135, 181, 217 (p. 77), 230, 277, 749, 750 vii., 751, 1029 (3).

-, -, his wife, Mrs. Bassett (Frances Plantagenet, daughter of lord Lisle), 270, 749, 750 viii.

-, Katharine, lady Lisle's daughter, servant to the countess of Rutland, 33, 215–16, 229.

-, -, letter from, 216.

-, Mary, lady Lisle's daughter, 29, 270,749–51.

-, -, letter to, 29.

-, -, depositions of, 750.

-, Philippa, daughter of lady Lisle, 270, 750 vii., viii.

-, Sir Wm., p. 566:—g. 282 (7), 942 (40).

Bassingbourne, Camb., g. 613 (1).

Bastyldon. See Basildon.

Batchacre (Bacheacre, Battysacre), near Adbaston, Staff., g. 942 (42).

Bate, Joan, p. 546.

Batefyll. See Watiéville.

Bates, Wm., 125.

Bath, Soms., 689.

-, letter dated at, 167.

-, Cathedral, priory (supp.) of, 353 (1, 2):—g. 436 (80).

-, -, prior. See Gibbs, W.

Bath, archdeacon of. See Creting, W.

Bath and Wells, John Clerk (Clarke), bp. of, 486n, 500, 583, 721, 837 (p. 414), 864, 876, 890, 908–9, 925 (p. 457), 943 (1–3), 970, 986:—g, 282 (9), 942 (13).

-, -, letter from, 970.

-, -, letter to, 908.

-, -, handwriting, 909, 943 (2, 3).

-, -, speech by, 943.

Bath, John Bourchier earl of (died 1539), 541 (3):—g. 831 (66).

Bath, John Bourchier earl of, lord Fitzwaren, 445, 500;—g. 831 (66), 942 (75).

-, -, his wife, 445.

Bath, Cecilia, countess of, dec., g. 831 (66).

Bath or Bathe, James, chief baron of Exchequer in Ireland (3 March 1540), 195, 692, 830 (p. 401), 912:—g. 436 (13).

-, -, signature of, 912.

Bathart, Mr., 1030 (9).

Bathe, Alice, g. 611 (26).

-, Thos., p. 545:—g. 611 (26).

-, Wm., g. 611 (26).

Batheley, Wm., p. 546.

Bathorne. See Baythorn.

Batmanson (Batemanson), John, prior of the London Charterhouse, g. 436 (61).

Batnall, Roger, 81:—p. 551.

Batrichesey. See Battersey.

Batte, Ric., p. 547.

Battell, Martha, p. 553.

Battellesford alias Botyllesford, near Stamford, g. 612 (15).

Battersey (Batrichesey), Surr., 498 (36).

Battle (Battell), Suss., abbey (supp.) of, 498 (37):—p. 541:—g. 282 (40, 58, 76), 831 (14, 75).

-, -, last abbot of, g. 282 (40).

Battysacre. See Batchacre.

Baud. See Bawde.

Baudesey. See Bawdsey.

Baugh (Baghe), Thos., archd. of Surrey, 860–1, 921.

-, -, signature of, 861.

Bavar. See Bavaria.

Bavaria, duke of. See Palatine, Philip count.

Bavaria (High Bavyer), William duke of, Elector, 145 (p. 55), 233, 304 (p. 123), 438, 797.

Bavaria (Bavyre), Lewis duke of, brother of the Elector William, 233, 304 (p. 123), 438, 560 (?), 598, 642 (2? “Bavyer”), 797, 814, 837 (p. 414), 842.

-, -, an envoy from, 598, 642 (2?).

Bavaria (Baver), duke of, 217. See also Palatine of the Rhine.

-, duke George of (179), a mistake for Philip count Palatine, q. v.

Baverstock (Baberstokk), Wilts, 20 (2).

Bavyre. See Bavaria.

Bawd, Peter, gunfounder, 196.

Bawde (Baud), Ralph, pp. 557 bis, 558.

Bawdekyn, Wm., p. 552.

Bawden, John, g. 612 (4).

Bawdsey (Baudesey), Suff., p. 564.

Bawdwyn. See Baldwin.

Bawnes, Robt., p. 555.

Baxster. See Baxter.

Baxter, Joan, p. 551.

-, John, p. 545.

-, Robt, p. 551:—g. 282 (32).

-, (Baxster), Thos., a member of Convocation, signature of, 861.

-, (Baxster), Thos., p. 551:—g. 282 (32), 612 (7).

Baycliff, Wilts, in Maiden Bradley, g. 436 (54 p. 174).

Bayle. See Bailey.

Baylion. See Baglione.

Bayly. See Bailey.

Bayne, Agnes, p. 553.

-, Ellen, p. 554.

Bayneham or Baynham, Anne, 750 vii.

-, (Baynam), Barth., 655, 750 vii.

-, -, letter from, 655.

-, Sir Chr., g. 282 (7, 35).

-, (Baneham), Geo., 14 (p. 6):—g. 282 (35), 831 (2).

Baynehurst, Kent, g. 942 (49).

Bayneley, Hen., p. 552.

Baynes, Thos., p. 552.

Baynham. See Bayneham.

Baynton, Wilts, near Edington, 1029 (61).

Baynton, Sir Edward, the Queen's vicechamberlain,18, 498 (iii. c. 71), 917, 967:—g. 282 (3, 8), 612 (19), 942 (85).

-, -, signature of, 967.

-, -, Dame Isabel, his wife, 21, 498 (iii. c. 71):—g. 942 (85).

Baynton, Eliz., p. 542.

-, Hen., son of Sir Edw., 498 iii. c. 71.

-, Wm., prior of Bigging in Fordham, p. 555:—g. 942 (19).

Bayte. See Beattie.

Bayte, Robt., p. 549.

Baythorn (Bathorne), Essex, g. 282 (101).

Beaconsfield (Beccamsfeld), Bucks, 498 (35).

Beakester, John, 11.

Beales, John, g. 436 (40).

Bealings (Belings), Suff., g. 942 (43).

Beamonde, Thos., 95.

Beamondes, Hants, g. 831 (87).

Beamount. See Beaumont.

Beane, Wm., letter from, 1030 (10).

Beare. See Bere.

Bearne, 457 (p. 189).

Bearnez. See Berne.

Beattie or Bayte, John, of Langholm, 198.

-, Nichol, 198.

-, Rowe, 198.

Beaucastell. See Bewcastle.

Beauchamp, lord, his bed, 686.

Beauchief (Beawcheff) abbey (supp.), Derb., p. 562:—g, 942 (99), 1027 (17, 28).

Beaulieu (de Bello Loco) abbey (supp.), Hants, 556:—p. 561:—g. 436 (76, 79).

Beaulieu (Bewlewe) alias Newhall, in Boreham, Essex, g. 1027 (29).

Beaumaris (Bewmarres), in Anglesea, p. 565.

-, Grey Friars. See Llanvais.

Beaumonds (Beymonds), in Redbourn, Herts, g. 611 (46).

Beaumont (Beamount), John, g. 282 (4).

Beaumont's lands (lands of Wm. viscount Beaumont, who died in 1507), g. 612 (2), 942 (18).

Beaune, in France, 533.

Beauple, Devon, 498 iii. c. 79.

Beauvais (Boyves), in France, 115.

Beauvale (Bewvale, Bevall) charterhouse (supp.), in Greasley, Notts, pp, 546, 560:—g. 282 (105).

-, pension list, p. 546.

-, prior. See Woodcock, T.

Beawdeley. See Bewdley.

Beawley, Wilts, g. 942 (110).

Bec or Bec Hellouyn abbey, in Normandy, letters dated at, 563, 573.

Beccamsfeld. See Beaconsfield.

Beccatelli, Ludovico (Ludovicus), servant of Contarini (afterwards biographer of Card. Pole), 78.

Beccles, Suff., g. 436 (63).

Beche, Marg., p. 549.

Becher, Cuthbert, g. 613 (3).

Beches, Essex, p. 542.

Becke, Edw., g. 831 (53).

-, Jas., 1029 (4).

-, Ric., g. 831 (53).

Beckenham (Bekenham), Kent, g. 831 (26).

Becket, Thomas a. See St. Thomas.

Beckett, Thos., 452.

Beckham, John, p. 546.

Beckley (Bekeley), Oxon, g. 282 (109).

Beckley (Bekeley) Park, Oxon, g. 282 (109).

Beckwith (Bekwyth), Agnes, prioress of Thickhed, p. 551.

-, (Bekwith), Leonard, receiver of Augmentations in Yorkshire, 27, 431, 465 (1, 3), 746:—p. 557:—g. 733 (35).

-, -, his deputy, 465.

-, (Bekwith), Peter, Lord Lisle's secretary, 53 (“Pitre”), 54, 278, 299, 750, 1031 (3).

-, -, letters to, 54, 299.

-, -, licence for, 278.

-, -, his brother Adrian, 299.

-, (Bequethe), Peter, 609.

-, Ralph, p. 565.

-, Robt., p. 552.

Becwit, J. See Kekewich.

Bedall, Wm., p. 544.

Beddenham. See Biddenham.

Beddington (Benyngton, Bedyngton), Surr., 498 (36, 58):—g. 942 (94), 1027 (19).

Bedeham, Thos., g. 282 (27).

Bedenham. See Biddenham.

Bedenham or Byddenham, Suss., 498 (37).

Bedfield (Bedfelde), Suff., g. 436 (88).

Bedford, g. 144 (2), 436 (86), 613 (1).

-, castle, g. 144 (20).

-, Grey Friars (supp.), g. 436 (9), 613 (14).

-, Hanchurche Mead and other places (named) in, g. 436 (9).

Bedford, archdeacon of. See Chamber, J.

Bedford, Jasper Tudor duke of (1485 to 1495), g. 613 (5), 942 (16).

Bedforde, John, p. 544.

-, Ric., p. 550.

Bedfordshire or Beds, lands in, 69, 393.

Bedingfield (Beningfield), Sir Edw., 14;—g. 613 (3), 733 (23).

-, (Bedyngfeld), Hen., g. 733 (23).

-, -, Kath., his wife, g. 733 (23).

-, Fras., letter from, 1029 (15).

-, (Bedyngfeld), John, g. 733 (23).

Bedington. See Beddington.

Bedishirste (Bedysherst), in Fontmell, Dors., g. 831 (25, 81).

Bedminster (Bymynstre), Soms., hospital of St. Katherine in, g. 613 (46).

Bedulfe. See Biddulph.

Bedyll, John, 859.

Bedyng. See Beeding.

Bedynghoo, Beds, g. 613 (1).

Bedyngton. See Beddington.

Bee, Wm., p. 555.

Beeding (Bedyng), Suss., g. 1027 (30).

Beeke, John, g. 282 (24).

Beer, 610, 709, 1014, 1030 (21):—g. 1027 (24).

Beer pot, instrument called the, 267 (see Errata), 821 (3, 4), 909.

Beere. See Bere.

Bees, Mons. de. See Du Bies.

Beeston, Norf., priory (supp.) of, 553 iii.

Beeston (Beston), St. Laurence, Norf., 498 iii., c. 69.

Beeston, Thos., 21.

Begbrook (Bekbroke), Oxon, g. 282 (109).

Beggars, valiant, 141.

Begging, licensed, 645.

Begistowne, co. Meath, 159.

Beighton, Norf., g. 282 (2).

Beighton, Suff., g. 436 (58).

Beilby (Beleby), Yorks., 1029 (9).

Beja, duke of, 281.

Bekbroke. See Begbrook.

Beke, Thos., 1030 (14).

Bekeley. See Beckley.

Bekenham. See Beckenham.

Bekett, Gilbert, g. 942 (95).

Bekingham, Andrew, g. 144 (12).

Bekwith, See Beckwith.

Bekynsawe, Walter, g. 942 (30).

Belamy, Joan, 110:—p. 550.

Belassys. See Bellasis.

Belde (for Bath?), King's minister, 486.

Beleby. See Beilby.

Beley. See Bailey.

Belgium, 679.

Belgrave, Leic., g. 282 (109).

Belgrave, Bridget, 840:—p. 548.

Belinghurst. See Billinghurst.

Belings. See Bealings.

Belke, Wm., 61.

Bell, John, bp. of Worcester, 183, 406, 500, 860–1, 921.

-, -, signature of, 861.

-, -, his chaplains, 183.

Bell, Andrew, a Scotch rebel, 16 (“Alexander Bell”), 48, 88, 119–20, 198, 219.

-, Humph., 198.

-, John, 62 (2):—p. 551.

-, Ric., 21:—g. 611 (40), 613 (4).

-, Tome, called the Pounche, a Scotch rebel, 119–20.

-, Tome, of Gretna, 198.

-, Thos., 1030 (10):—g. 1027 (38).

Bellasis (Bellacis, Bellisis, Bellows, Belloses, Bellious, Belows), Dr. Ant., LL.D., Cromwell's servant, rector of Hartlebury, 166 ii., 303, 352, 371, 382, 410, 438, 454, 466, 603, 633, 758, 861, 1029 (63, 65):—g. 833 (84), 1027 (45–6).

-, -, letters to, 352, 371, 410, 454, 466, 603, 1029 (63).

-, -, handwriting of, 166 ii.

-, -, signature of, 861.

-, (Belassys, Bellyces, Belloses, Bellysis, Bellices), Ric., of the Council of the North, brother of Anthony, 28 (2), 44 (2), 62 (2), 87 (2), 93 (2), 102 (2), 111 (2), 196, 465–6:—p. 563:—g. 282 (21), 612 (12, 14), 831 (84).

-, -, signature of, 28 (2), 44 (2), 62 (2), 87 (2), 93 (2), 102 (2), 111 (2).

Belleisle, in France, 1030 (18 p. 529).

Bellenden. See Ballenden.

Bellers, Rog., g. 144 (2).

Bellie, Card. of. See Du Bellay.

Bellingham (Belyngham), Nthld., 57 (? “the Billyng”), 106.

Bellingham, Edw., 14 (p. 5).

-, Jas., 609.

-, (Bellyngesham), Ric., g. 1027 (30).

-, Sir Robt., 465 ii.

-, Roger, 14 (p. 6).

Bellious. See Bellasis.

Bellisis. See Bellasis.

Bell metal and bells, 139, 281, 378, 394, 568: —p. 558:—g. 611 (21), 942 (64, 98).

Belloses. See Bellasis.

Bellows, Dr. See Bellasis.

Belly. See Du Bellay.

Bellyces. See Bellasis.

Bellyngesham. See Bellingham.

Belows. See Bellasis.

Belstead (Belstede), Suff., g. 733 (50).

Belstead (Belstede), Great-, alias Hamerhall, Suff., g. 282 (15).

Belstead (Belstede), Little-, Suff., g. 282 (15).

Belton, in Axholme, Linc., g. 733 (27).

Belton, Wm., p. 546.

Belvoir (Bevyr), Leic. and Linc., 229.

Belye, Alex., 49:—p. 553.

Belyngham. See Bellingham.

Bemblberg, Conrad von, App. 6.

Bembo, Peter, cardinal, 78, 204.

Bemerton, Wilts, p. 540.

Bemynden. See Bennenden.

Benaker, Wilts, g. 942 (110).

Benbroke, Oxon, g. 282 (109).

Benbury, Joan, p. 543.

Bendlowes, Robt., g. 611 (25).

Benedict and John, 642 (1, 2).

Benefilde, Anne, p. 547.

Benese, Ric., clk., g. 1027 (19).

Benet. See Bennett.

Benfleet, South- (Southbenflete), Essex, g. 611 (8 p. 285).

Benge, Wm., 111 (2):—p. 551.

Beningbrough (Bennyngbroughe), Yorks., 922.

Beningfield. See Bedingfield.

Benne, Laur., p. 552.

Bennenden (Bemynden), Kent, g. 942 (120).

Bennett or Benett, —, his wife, 1030 (68).

-, (Benet), Mr., 853 (p. 426).

-, (Benette), Edw., 24:—p. 548.

-, (Benet), Elena, p. 542.

-, (Benette), Eliz., p. 544.

-, Jas., g. 282 (47).

-, John, 609 (p. 275):—pp. 542, 546.

-, Reg., p. 549.

-, (Benet), Ric., 609 (p. 275):—pp. 547, 550.

-, Robert, letter from, 255.

-, Thos., LL.D., of Salisbury, 721.

-, Dr. Thos., prb. of Rugmere, 498 iii., c. 63.

-, Thos., a member of Convocation, signature of, 861.

-, (Benet, Beynyt), Thos., 609 (p. 275), 1030 (61).

-, Wm., 51, 609 (p. 276):—p, 548.

Benniworth (Benyngworth), Linc., g. 942 (118).

Bennyngbroughe. See Beningbrough.

Benolt (Benold, Benolde), John, secretary of Calais, rector of St. Andrew Undershaft, 37:—g. 611 (49).

Benonpeverell, g. 144 (2).

Benslyn, Jane, g. 942 (2).

-, Robt., g. 282 (2), 942 (2).

Benson, Wm., alias Boston, q.v.

Bente, Wm., p. 564.

Bentham, Mary, p. 545.

Bentley, John, 382.

-, Ric., abbot of Welbeck, g. 282 (105).

-, Thos., priest, 382.

-, Thos., p. 567.

Bentre. See Bantry.

Benynghurst, Suss., 498 (37).

Benyngton. See Beddington.

Benyngworth. See Benniworth.

Beobridge (Bewbrigge), Salop, 360.

Bequethe. See Beckwith.

Beram, Nic., p. 544.

Bercombe. See Barcomb.

Berd or Berde, Hen., g. 144 (7).

-, Ric., of the Privy Chamber, 844, 872 (3).

-, Wm., 884.

Berdemore, Eliz., p. 546.

Berdesleigh (Glouc.?), g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Berdfelde. See Bardfield.

Berdwell. See Bardwell.

Berdwell, Simon, p. 546.

Bere, John, 749 (2).

-, Wm., g. 282 (52), 942 (41).

Bereford. See Barford.

Bere (Beere, Beare) Regis, Dors., p. 563: — g. 436 (66).

Berewoodhall. See Berwood Hall.

Berg (Bergen), duchy of (Venberghe, Monte), in Germany, 14, 519, 699, 861 (p. 433), 898:—g. 144 (2).

Bergamino, —, courier, 130, 178.

Bergen. See Berg.

Berghen (Barro, Barrow), Anthony marquis of, 931–2.

Berkeley (Barkley), Glouc., bailiff of. See Matson, T.

Berkeley (Barkeley), Humph., 24:—p. 548.

-, (Bercley, Barkeley), Maurice, of the Privy Chamber, 14 (p. 5), 147, 900.

-, (Barclay, Barkeley), Sir Wm., 14 (p. 6):—g. 831 (47a), 942 (14).

Berker. See Barker.

Berkhampstead, Herts, g. 831 (89).

-, castle of, g. 613 (43).

-, two “spittill” houses (named) in, g. 831 (89).

Berkshire, lands in, 393.

Berkshire, archdeacon of. See Audeley, R.

Berlee. See Barlow.

Berley, Geo., p. 554.

Bermyncham. See Birmingham.

Bermondsey (Barmonsey, Barmoundesey), Surr., p. 567.

-, abbey (supp.) of, pp. 545, 561, 567:—g. 611 (25), 613 (38), 831 (25, 82), 942 (49).

-, -, abbot. See Warton, R.

-, -, pension list, p. 545.

-, Longelane, g. 611 (25).

-, St. Mary Magdalene parish, g. 611 (25).

Berne (Bearnez), in Switzerland, 842.

Bernell marsh, Hants, g. 942 (14).

Bernerdys, Thos., p. 553.

Berners (Barners), John Bourchier lord, deputy of Calais (28 Nov. 1520 to 6 Oct. 1526, and again 27 March 1531 to 15 March 1533), 852:—g. 942 (10).

Berners, Wm., auditor, 19, 24, 139:—g. 831 (25, 80–2).

-, -, signature of, 19, 24.

Bernes. See Barnes.

Berney, Wm., p. 549.

Bernham. See Barnham.

Bernieulles, sieur de. See Crequi, Ph. de.

Berowe. See Berrow.

Berrow (Berowe), John, 81:—p. 551.

Berry, duchy of, 239.

Berstead, Suss., 498 (37).

Berstead, North-, Suss., 498 (37).

Berstead, South-, Suss., 498 (37).

Berston. See Barnstaple.

Bertclett. See Bartlett.

Berthelet, Thos., the King's printer, 706, 1029 (16).

-, -, letter from, 1029 (16).

Bertlett. See Bartlett.

Berton, Bucks. See Bierton.

Bertoun, John, Scottish captain, 779.

-, John, Scottish captain (temp. Jac. IV.), 779.

-, John, Scottish captain (circ. 1485), 779.

-, (Barton), Robert, Scottish captain (temp. Jac. IV.), 779, 916.

-, Robt., a Scot, 9, 396.

Bertrandy, —, president, 124.

Bertyn, Alan, alias Coke, q. v.

Berwick (Barwyke), Kent, g. 1027 (23).

Berwick (Barwyke), Suss., g. 282 (58).

Berwick (Barwyke) St. Leonard's, Wilts, g. 1027 (23).

Berwick (Barwycke) upon Tweed, Nthld, 195–9, 465, 502 (2), 746, 983.

-, letters dated at, 32, 114, 465–6, 618,702.

-, articles for government of, 465 iii.

-, letters patent at (Act), 498 (30).

-, captain of. See Evers, Sir W.

-, garrison of, g. 611 (40), 613 (4).

-, lands assigned to the payment of wages at, 465 (3):—g. 942 (66).

-, porter of. See Gray, L.

-, treasurer of. See Lawson, Sir G.

-, bounds of, 927.

-, Bridge gate, 465 (2).

-, castle, 196.

-, -, constable. See Buckton, W.

-, Cowgate, 465 (2).

-, fortifications of, 702, 746.

-, St. Mary Gate, 465 (2).

-, Water Gate, 465 (2).

Berwick pursuivant. See Ray, H.

Berwick (Berwykk), Nic., p. 552.

-, (Berwycke), Ric., p. 552.

Berworthe, Ric., 609 (p. 275), 610.

Berwood (Brerewood) Hall, Warw., near Curdworth, g. 282 (104), 733 (5).

Berwyke, co. Cardigan. See Vervig.

Bery, Ant., g. 282 (33), 942 (75).

Berye, Robt. of, 61.

Beryfeld, near Stamford, g. 612 (15).

“bery hys so~m,” 229.

Beryton, John, g. 942 (39).

Bessing, in Picardy, 34.

Beste, Chr., p. 554.

-, John, p. 546.

-, Peter, g. 942 (95).

-, Ric., g. 942 (95).

-, Thos., g. 436 (21).

Besthorpe, Norf., g. 942 (43 p. 471).

Bestney, Hen., p. 547.

Beston, Adam, g. 611 (25).

-, John, p. 549.

Bestover, Suss., 498 (37).

Betenham. See Bettenham.

Bethymore, Mr., 756.

Betoun, David, abp. of St. Andrews, cardinal, “the Cardinal of Scotland,” 5, 6, 25, 32, 40, 136 (pp. 44–5), 160, 248 passim, 260, 634, 640–1, 709, 714, 759, 933–4.

-, -, letters from, 136 ii.

-, -, his ecclesiastical title, 136 ii.

-, -, legateship for, 5, 6, 136 ii., &c.,933–4.

Betshanger, Kent, g. 613 (32).

Betteman, Dorothy, p. 548.

Bettenham, Alice, 840:—p. 548.

-, Dorothy, 840.

Betterheskett, Cumb., g. 942 (96).

Bettes, John, 21.

Bettnesse, Marg., p. 547.

Betton, Adam, 21.

Betts (Bettys), James, g. 831 (47a), 942 (14).

Beures, Adolph de Bourgogne sieur de, et de Campvere, Admiral of Flanders, letters to, 214, 952.

Bevall. See Beauvale.

Bever, Ric., p. 547.

Beverey, Robt., p. 549.

Beverley, Yorks., 958:—p. 562:—g. 612 (14).

-, Black Friars (supp.), p. 562.

-, College, provost. See Winter, T.

-, Grey Friars (supp), g. 831 (33).

Bevyr. See Belvoir.

Bewbrigge. See Beobridge.

Bewcastle (Beaucastell), Cumb., keeper of. See Musgrave, J.

Bewdley (Beawdeley), Worc., 308, 562 (2).

Bewdley, Ric. a, g. 942 (66).

Bewlewe. See Beaulieu.

Bewmarres. See Beaumaris.

Bewmond, Mr. George, 698.

Bewvale. See Beauvale.

Bexley, Kent, g. 611 (25).

Beymondehall, Herts, g. 733 (64).

Beymonds. See Beaumonds.

Beynbrigge, Marg., p. 549.

Beynyt. See Bennett.

Beyrege, Wm., p. 548.

Beysse, Mrs., 1030 (33).

Bez, Mons. de. See Du Bies.

Bible, the, 853 (p. 426).

-, in English, 454, 648, 714.

-, New Testament, 478 (4).

Bibliander, Theodore, 269, 1025.

Bicester (Bysseter, Bissetor, Burcestre), Oxon, g. 831 (55).

-, priory (supp.) of, g. 282 (111), 436 (29 p. 170), 831 (55).

Bicker (Byker), Linc., g. 942 (76).

Bickleigh (Bykley), Devon, g. 613 (44).

Bicknacre(Bykenacre), near Woodham Ferris, Essex, priory (supp.) of, cell to St. Mary Spittell, g. 282 (89).

Bicknor, Kent, 498 iii. c. 77.

Bicknor, Welsh- (Walshebekenor), Heref., g. 831 (2).

Bicton (Bykton), Devon, g. 282 (11).

Biddenham (Bydenham, Bedenham, Beddenham), Beds, g. 436 (9, 86), 611 (36).

Biddlesden or Bittlesden (Bytlesden), Bucks, abbey (supp.) of, p. 561;—g. 436 (53), 831 (85).

Biddulph (Bedulfe), Staff., p. 557.

Bierton (Berton), Bucks, g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Bigges, John, rector of Dinton, 1013.

Biggin (Byggeng), near Ramsey, Hunts, g. 436 (20).

Bigging manor in Granborough, Bucks, p. 541.

Biggins (Byggyns), Wm., petition of, 554.

Bigneu. See Bignor.

Bignor (Bigneu), Suss., 498 (37).

Bignore, Agnes, p. 542.

Biggyn priory. See Fordham.

Bigod, Sir Francis (executed in 1537), 939.

Bilbao (Bylbo), in Spain, 787.

-, letter dated at, 787.

Bilbie, Joan, p. 554.

Bilbye, Thos., g. 942 (41b).

Bilchefelde. See Bitchfield.

Bileigh Abbey (supp.), beside Maldon, Essex, pp. 541, 555, 558, 566–7:—g. 282 (36), 611 (8), 942 (71).

Bileveldt, in Westphalia, 242 (p. 86).

Bilhope (Billop). See Laidlaw.

Bill, John, g. 144 (20).

Billerica, Soms. (near Witham?), p. 559.

Billericay (Billeryca), Essex, g. 282 (40, 75).

Billesley, Andrew, g. 613 (47).

Billeswik. See under Bristol, Gaunts hospital.

Billingborough (Billingburgh), Linc., g. 942 (99).

Billingham, Dham., p. 566.

Billinghay, Linc., g. 942 (99).

Billinghurst (Belinghurst), Suss., 498 (37).

Billington, Lanc., g. 436 (68), 611 (13).

Billop. See Bilhope.

Billyng, the, in Tynedale, 57. Qu. Bellingham?

Billyng, Ric., g. 282 (46).

Bilsby (Byllesbye), Linc., p. 564.

Bilsby (Byllesbye), Ant., p. 564,

Bilsington, Kent, p. 560:—g. 942 (49, 51).

Bilton, Yorks, g. 436 (62).

Binckes, John, g. 611 (21).

Binder, Master, 269.

Binderton, Suss., 498 (37).

Bindon (Byandon), Dors., near Wool, abbey (supp.) of, p. 566:—g. 436 (54), 733 (29), 1027 (23).

Bindon Parva, Dors., g. 1027 (23).

Bingham, Robt., 14 (p. 6).

Binham, Thos., p. 547.

Binsmede, Wm., p. 544.

Birch, Wm., 609 (p. 275).

Bircham, Norf., g. 144 (2).

Birchehall, Essex, g. 611 (8).

Bircheley, Rog., p. 550.

Birchemore, near Woburn, Beds, g. 282 (91).

Birchinsha, Maurice, a member of Convocation, signature of, 861.

Bird, Dr. John, bp. of Bangor, afterwards (1542) bp. of Chester, 500, 860–1, 921:—g. 613 (21).

-, -, signature of, 861.

Birde, Hen., p. 539.

-, Hugh, g. 611 (44).

-, John, alderman of Bath, 689.

-, John, g. 611 (44).

-, Laur., p. 555.

-, Ric., p. 546:—g. 611 (44).

-, Rog., p. 549.

-, Stephen, g. 611 (25).

-, Thos., pp. 540, 546.

-, Wm., rector of Fittleton and vicar of Bradford, Wilts (attainted 1540), 185, 353 (1–3), 498 (i. 59, ii. c. 49), 760 n.

-, -, signature of, 353 (2, 3).

Birdbrook, Essex, g. 282 (101).

Birdeshurst, Wilts, g. 942 (43).

Birdforthe (Brydforth), Yorks., g. 733 (20).

Birdham, Suss., g. 436 (72).

Birkbeck (Birkebek), John, 44 (2):—p. 554.

Birkenhed, John, g. 282 (34).

Birkhed, Thos., a member of Convocation, signature of, 861.

Birkhed (Birkehedde), John, p. 552.

Birkinhedd, John, g. 733 (63).

Birks, Ant., clerk of the Council at Calais, 220, 470, 569.

-, -, letters from, 470, 569.

-, -, letter to, 220.

Birmingham (Bermyncham, Bremyngham), Thos., alias McYoris, Irish chief, 12, 683.

-, -, indenture with, 12.

-, -, his country. See Clan Yoris.

Birtcham, John, 609 (p. 275).

Birtlestone, Gawen, p. 552.

Birts Morton (Byrtysmorton), Worc., g. 613 (26).

Biscay, in Spain, 787.

Bisham (Byssham) or Bustlesham, Berks, 1030 (60).

-, abbey or new foundation (supp.) of, 553:—p. 560:—g. 282 (108), 613 (23).

Bishop, the (i.e. the Pope). See Paul III.

Bishop (Busshope), John, p. 544.

-, (Bushope), Ric., p. 543.

-, (Bisshopp), Thos., 629:—g. 436 (50). 611 (33).

Bishops, the, (prelates) 10, 14 (pp. 4, 5), 143, 269, 310, 339, 343, 498 (15, 22), 566, 642, 648, 651, 697, 730, 736–7, 766, 826 n, 836, 843–4, 901, 954.

-, -, to be appointed, 438, 761.

Bisley (Bystech, Bistleigh), Glouc., g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Bisley, Thos., prior and sub-guardian (1540) of St. Peter's abbey, Gloucester, 139 iv.

-, Wm., p. 551.

Bissetur, Steph., p. 548.

Bistleigh. See Bisley.

Bitchfield (Bilchefeld), Linc., p. 559.

Bitterley, Salop, g. 831 (5).

Biuzzo, —, 544 (p. 247).

Blachenton. See Blatchington.

Black Bank, on the West Borders, 198.

Blackbourne hundred, Suff., g. 436 (75).

Blackburgh (Blakeborough) priory (supp.), in Middleton, Norf., p. 541:—g. 942 (18).

Blacket, John, priest, 166 ii.

Blackheath, Kent, near Greenwich, 10, 14 (p. 5), 18.

Blackmanstone (Blakmanston), Kent, 498 iii. c. 77.

Black Park, in Chirk, co. Denbigh, g. 612 (10).

Blag or Blagge, George, 188 (p. 69):—g. 942 (98).

Blagdon (Blakdon), Soms., g. 436 (80).

Blagdon Park, near Cranborne, Dors., g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Blagge. See Blag.

Blaiklaw, in Tynedale, 96 (2).

Blaiklaw. See Charleton of Blakelaw.

Blak. See Black.

Blakborne, Marg., g. 942 (52).

Blakdon. See Blagdon.

Blake, John, abbot of Cirencester, 139 iv.:— p. 550.

-, John, prior of Newstead, Notts, p. 546:—g. 733 (66).

-, John, g. 282 (20).

-, Roger, g. 436 (53).

Blakeborough. See Blackburgh.

Blakemore (near Chippenham?), g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Blakeney, Norf., 256.

Blakenhale, Wm., p. 541.

Blakenor, John, g. 436 (34).

Blakesale, Suff., g. 942 (43 p. 471).

Blakester, John, p. 549.

Blakett, John, prior of Newstead beside Stamford, g. 612 (15).

-, Thos., p. 565.

Blakewell, John, 868.

Blaklaw, Nthld., 160.

Blakman, John, g. 436 (34).

Blakmare, John, g. 942 (42).

Blakwall, Alice, p. 547.

Blakwell, Roger, g. 436 (53).

Blanche Rose, an English exile (otherwise Dick Hosier), 914, 990.

Blanchland (Blanseland) abbey, Nthld., p. 551.

-, abbess of. See Spragon, W.

-, pension list, p. 551.

Blanchmarle (Blaunchmarle), Yorks., p. 565.

Blanckeney. See Blankney.

Blande, Alice, g. 942 (99), 1027 (28).

-, Alan, p. 548.

Blanderhassett. See Blennerhassett.

Blandford (Blanfford), Dors., 95.

-, letter dated at, 95.

Blandford, John, p. 543.

Blanerhasset. See Blennerhasset.

Blangy, in Normandy, letter dated at, 480.

Blankney (Blanckeney), Linc., g. 942 (99).

Blanfforde. See Blandford.

Blanseland. See Blanchland.

Blatchington (Blachenton), Suss., g. 282 (58).

Blaunchemarle. See Blanchmarle.

Blean or Blean St. Cosmus (Cosmerblyn), Kent, p. 560:—g. 942 (61).

Blechenden, Ph., 609 (p. 277).

-, (Blachyndon), Wm., letter from, 668.

Blencowe, Thos., g. 831 (70).

Blenerhasset. See Blennerhasset.

Blennerhasset (Blenerhasset), Geo., g. 611 (27).

-, Marg., g. 611 (27).

-, (Blanderhassett, Blanerhasset), Thos., 465 ii:—g. 611 (27).

Bletchingley, Surr., 874, 899, 925:—g. 1027 (26).

Bletneshoo. See Bletsoe.

Bletsoe (Bletneshoo), Beds, g. 831 (16).

Blewberry, Berks, g. 282 (81).

Blewbery, Berks. See also Shellingford.

Blewbury (Blewbery), Berks, prebend of, in Salisbury Cathedral, g. 942 (122).

Blewbury (Blewbery), Bucks, g. 733 (39), 942 (30).

Blewett (Bluett), Roger, g. 282 (9), 436 (32).

-, Wm., g. 282 (23).

Blithe. See Blythe.

Blitheman, Wm., g. 613 (16).

Blockhouses and castles (bulwarks, garrisons, fortresses, &c., for coast defence built in 1539), 195 ter, 196, 289, 321–3, 502 (2), 549, 1008.

-, garrisons for, 321–3.

Blockley (Blocley), Thos., 869.

Blomevile, John, signature of, 506.

Blorton. See Blurton.

Blossome, Wm., p. 549.

Blount (Blunt), —, 173.

-, (Blunt), Mr., king's servant, 264, 448 (p. 184), 462.

-, Alice, wife of Wm., 1029 (13).

-, Charles. See Mountjoy, lord.

-, John, 128.

-, Katharine, letter from, 72.

-, (Blunt), Ric., spear of Calais, 609 (p. 276).

-, Ric., p. 564.

-, W., one of the pensioners, 14 (p. 5).

-, (Blunte), Walter, g. 943 (40).

-, Wm., 1029 (13).

Blower, Mary, p. 545.

Bluett. See Blewett.

Blunesdon. See Blunsdon.

Blunham, Beds, 372.

Blunsdon (Blunesdon), Wilts, g. 613 (6).

Blunsdon, Broad- (Brode Blunesden), Wilts, g. 613 (6).

Blunt. See Blount.

Blurton (Blorton), Staff., g. 611 (5).

Blyne, baron of. See Poyet, G.

Blythe (Blithe), Dr. Geoff., 936.

-, John, archd. of Coventry, 861.

-, John, p. 552.

-, Ric., p. 544.

-, Dr. Thos., 698.

-, Thos., B. D., 936 (1, 2)

-, Thos., p. 562.

-, Wm., p. 562.

Blyton, Roland, abbot of Rievàulx, p. 544:—g. 282 (71).

-, Roland, p. 557.

Boars, wild, 58.

Bocard, Kent, g. 613 (32).

Bocheher. See Bourchier.

Bocher, Geoff., 609 (p. 275).

Bochetel, Guillaume, French secretary, 773, 955.

Bockenfield (Bokinfelde), Nthld., 85.

Bockhill, Wm., p. 546.

Bocking (Bokkynge), Essex, g. 942 (87).

Bockle, Hans, a German, 419.

Boddington (Bodyngton), Glouc., p. 564.

Bodemyne. See Bodmin.

Bodenham, Anne, p. 543.

-, Cecilia, abbess of Wilton, p. 543.

-, Isabella, g. 613 (23).

Bodman, John, priest, 1013.

-, John, p. 545.

Bodmin (Bodemyne), Cornw., priory (supp.) of, p. 546.

-, -, pension list, p. 546.

-, -, prior. See Wandsworth, T.

Bodsey (Bodsaye), Hunts, g. 436 (20).

Bodynell, lordship, near Bodmin, p. 546.

Bodyngton. See Boddington.

Bogge, Jas., 153.

Bognor (Bognour), Suss., 498 (37).

Bogye, Ric., p. 543.

Bohemia, 797.

Bohun, John, 806.

Bohun Hall (Boneshall), in Tollesbury, Essex, g. 611 (8).

Boidon, Ric., p. 549.

Bois le Duc (Baldocke), in Brabant, 796.

Boivyll. See Boyvyll.

Bokinfelde. See Bockenfield.

Bokkynge. See Bocking.

Bokylbury. See Bucklebury.

Bolde, Eliz., p. 554.

-, Thos., p. 565.

Boleyn, Anne, Queen (executed in 1536), 809 (p. 383):—g. 831 (61).

Boleyn, Mary, sister of Queen Anne, wife of Wm. Stafford, 517:—g. 611 (22–3).

Boleyn, Sir Geoff., dec., g. 282 (119).

-, (Bullyn), Sir Jas., brother and heir of Thomas earl of Wiltshire, 14:—g. 282 (119), 436 (40, 59), 613 (8).

-, -, Eliz., his wife, g. 436 (59), 613 (8).

-, Marg., wife of Sir Wm., g. 611 (23).

-, (Bulleyn), Wm., clk., g. 613 (8).

-, Sir Wm., dec., g. 282 (119), 611 (23).

Bolles, Alice, p. 547.

-, (Bowles), John, g. 282 (61, 96), 831 (45, 49).

-, (Bollis), T., 14 (p. 5).

-, Wm., 553, 827, 971:—g. 1027 (28).

Bollesbrugh, in Damerham, Wilts, g. 282 (54).

Bolley (Bolle in Vol. XIV.), Ric., p. 550.

Bollis. See Bolles.

Bollyn. See Boulogne.

Bollyngboroughe, John, p. 548.

Bollysover. See Bolsover.

Bolney, Agnes, p. 545.

Bologna (Bononye), in Italy, 46, 104, 670 (2).

-, legate of. See Ivrea, Card. of.

Bolokherd, Ric., g. 613 (11, 12).

Bolsover (Bollysover), Derb., g. 613 (27).

Bolton, Cumb., g. 613 (28).

Bolton, Yorks., g. 282 (49).

Bolton or Bolton in Craven, Yorks., priory (supp.) of, pp. 560 bis, 561:—g. 436 (18).

-, -, prior. See Moone, R.

Bolton, Chr., p. 555.

-, Roger, g. 831 (12).

-, Thos., p. 560.

-, Wm., p. 540.

-, -, Joan his wife, p. 540.

Bolyngdon. See Bullington.

Bolyngton. See Bullington.

Bonbery, Harry, 1029 (9).

Bond or Bonde (Bounde), —, 853 (p. 426).

-, Alice, pp. 543–4.

-, (Bounde), Edm., 884.

-, Robt., 609 (p. 275).

Bondbuske, Notts, g. 942 (70).

Bonehame. See Bonham.

Boner. See Bonner.

Boneshall. See Bohun Hall.

Bonevyse. See Bonvisi.

Boney, Peter, p. 566.

Bonham, Mr., 291.

-, (Boneham), J., 14 (p. 6).

-, (Bonehame), Joan, p. 543.

-, (Boneham), John, p. 540:—g. 282 (3, 5, 8), 733 (8), 831 (4).

Bonialva (Bonyalue), Cornw., 498 (34).

Bonne, Dors., g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Bonner (Boner), Edmund, bp. of London, ambassador in France (recalled in Feb. 1540), 38, 103, 115, 121, 130, 145, 154–5, 168, 172, 177–8, 186, 208, 222, 223 (p. 80), 224, 239–40, 258, 334, 343, 370, 388, 424, 500, 642 (1, 2), 826 (6, 19, 20, 23), 835, 860–1, 910, 921:—g. 436 (82), 942 (21), 1027 (45).

-, -, letters from, 115, 239.

-, -, acquittance for, g. 942 (21).

-, -, signature of, 861.

-, -, his consecration, 424.

Bonnello abbey, between Ghent and Antwerp, 673.

Bonnes, Agnes, p. 554.

Bononye. See Bologna.

Bonor, Wm., p. 543.

Bonvalot, François, abbot of St. Vincent of Besançon, Imperial ambassador in France, brother-in-law of Granvelle, 179, 257, 373, 388, 418 i., ii., 448, 457, 574, 676, 778 (p. 367), 949.

-, -, letter from, 949.

-, -, letter to, 676.

Bonvisi (Bonvice, Bonevyse), Antonio, 543 (p. 246), 671.

Bonway, Joan, p. 545.

Bonyalue. See Bonialva.

Bonyngton, Ric., 452.

Boocher. See Bourchier.

Books, 259, 367, 395, 747, 1029 (53).

-, erroneous, 498 (60).
-, Barnes', 485.
-, Bibliander upon the Proverbs and Job, 458.
-, Commonplaces, 985.
-, Cox's Arte or Crafte of Rhetoryke, 614n, 706.
-, -, commentaries on Lily's Grammar, 614, 706.
-, by Thos. Derby, 1029 (20).
-, Eckius's Homilies, 395.
-, Erasmus, 714.
-, Greek, 758.
-, Heretical, 714.
-, Institution of a Christian Man (“the King's Book”), 183, 758:—App. 3.
-, Lily (Lillie), Wm., his Grammar, 614.
-, Macchiavelli's De Principe, 356, 721.
-, Melancthon's, 714.
-, Morison's, 478 (2).
-, of Œcolampadius, 137, 714.
-, of Cardinal Pole, 564.
-, St. Augustine, 414.
-, of Stigelius (Johann Stigel), 143.
-, Theophilact, 414.
-, Unio Dissidentium, 714.
-, Vadian's Aphorisms on the Eucharist, 137n.
-, Of Zuinglius, 137, 458.

Boonjedward (Bunjedward), near Jedburgh. See Douglas of B.

Boores, Mons. de. See Bours.

Boothe or Bothe, —, archer of Calais, 1030 (38).

-, (Bouthe), Denis, g. 282 (32).

-, John, archd. of Hereford, signature of, 861.

Borage, John, 884.

Borbonius. See Bourbon.

Borborghe. See Bourbourg.

Borbro. See Bourbourg.

Borbrowghe. See Bourbourg.

Borbryg. See Boroughbridge.

Borchman, Wm., 610.

Bordeaux (Bordes), in France, 977, 1030 (18 pp, 528–9).

Borden (Bordon), Kent, 603.

Borden, Ric., alias Smith, q.v.

Bordes. See Bordeaux.

Bordesley abbey (supp.), in Tardebigg parish. Worc., g. 611 (26).

Bordesley, Wm., 869,

Bore, Walter, p. 545.

Borell. See Burrell.

Boreman, Ric., alias Stevenage, q. v.

Boresworth, Ntht., g. 282 (98).

Borgia (Borja), Henry, cardinal, son of the duke of Gandia, 715.

Boringdon, Devon, p. 563.

Borja. See Borgia.

Borlas, Walter, g 942 (41).

Borne, Eliz., g. 613 (14).

-, Wm., 61:—g. 436 (9), 613 (14).

Borneholme. See Burnholme.

Boroudale. See Borrowdale.

Borough (Burghe), Thomas lord, of Gainsborough, 14 (p. 5), 423.

-, -, letter from, 423.

-, -, his daughter, 423.

Borough (Borowe), Anne, p. 546.

-, (Borroughe), Bernard, 609.

-, (Burgh), Christiana, prioress of Nun Keeling, p. 552.

-, (Burgh, Borowe), Eliz., pp. 545, 552.

-, John, alias Chambers, q. v.

-, (Boro), John a, 1030 (18 pp. 528–9).

-, John, g. 436 (40).

-, Marg., p. 543.

-, (Burghe), Wm., p. 558.

Boroughbridge (Borbryg), John, master of the English hospital of St. Thomas the Martyr at Rome, 721.

Boroughdale. See Borrowdale.

Borow, Mons. de. See Bours.

Borowe. See Borough.

Borowne, Baptist, 686.

Borran (Burgh, Brough), Mons. de, envoy from France (in 1539), 34n, 642 (1, 2).

Borroughe. See Borough.

Borrowdale (Boroughdale), Westmld., p. 556.

Borrowdale Head (Boroudale Hedde), Westmld., p. 556.

Borthwick, Captain Sir John, lieutenant of the Scots Guard in France, 248 (pp. 88–9), 714.

-, -, process against (with his answers), 714.

Bosham (Bosam), Suss., g. 733 (52).

Bossall, Yorks., p. 568.

Bossney, Suss., 498 (37).

Bostocke, Elena, p. 545.

Boston, Linc., 592:—p. 559.

-, letters dated at, 262, 628, 696.

-, White Friars (supp.), p. 559.

Boston, John, p. 550.

-, Leonard, p. 549.

-, Wm., alias Benson, abbot of Westminster, 69, 70, 321–2, 861:—g. 942 (100).

-, -, letter from, 70.

-,-, signature of, 69, 861.

Boswell, John, g. 613 (27).

Bosworth, Leic., 498 iii. c. 79.

Botelclaydon. See Claydon St. Botolph.

Boteler. See Butler.

Bothal (Botthall), Nthld., g. 282 (80).

Bothe. See Boothe.

Bothel (Butle), Cumb., g. 613 (28).

Botiller. See Butler.

Botley (Botteley), Berks, g. 436 (25).

Botley (Bottlay), Bucks, 330.

Botley (Butleys), in Chertsey, Surr., g. 942 (77).

Botolph (Buttolph), Gregory, chaplain to lord Lisle, 363–7, 478–9, 495–6, 498 (i. 58, ii. c. 49), 507, 537, 539, 547, 552, 578, 583, 622–3, 662, 720 ii., 727–8, 750 vi., 812, 1017:—App. 5.

-, -, letters from, 364–7.

-, -, letters to, 552, 578.

-, -, signature of, 363.

-, -, attainder of, 498 (58).

-, -, his man, 478.

-, John, eldest brother of Gregory, 478 (2 p. 200, 3, 5), 496, 552, 578.

-, Robert, brother of Gregory, 478 (p. 200).

-, Wm., parson of Ofton, brother of Gregory, 478 (2 p. 200, 3).

Botteley. See Botley.

Botthall. See Bothal.

Botyllesford. See Battellesford.

Bouchart, Jean, 1030 (25).

Bouchynges, in the Boulognois, 184 (2).

Bougchier. See Bourchier.

Bough, Thos., g. 831 (26).

Boughton (Bowton), Sir Wm., p. 560:— g. 144 (1), 611 (25).

Boulogne (Bolen, Bollyn), in France, 155, 207, 418, 457, 472, 478 (4), 539, 750 iii., 1030 (7).

-, letters dated at, 373, 571, 1030 (22–30).

-, treasurer of, 472.

-, the image of St. John, 1030 (22).

Boulogne, Cardinal of. See Chambre, Ph. de la.

Boulogne, Bertrand count of, 247n.

Boulognois (Boullonois), the, 184 (2).

Bounde. See Bond.

Boundye, Hen., 609 (p. 275).

Bourbon, duchy of, 239.

Bourbon or Borbonius, Nicholas, the poet, 534.

Bourbon, Anthoinette de. See Guise, duchess of.

Bourbourg (Burborow, Barborough, Burbrowghe, Borborghe, Borbrowghe, Borbro), in Flanders, 364, 478 (1, 2, 4), 539 (p. 241), 727.

-, nunnery of, 478 (1, 2), 495 v., 507.

-, -, abbess of, 478 (2), 507 (2, 4), 539 (p. 241), 727 (“Madame Barborough”).

-, walls of, 478.

Bourchier (Bourcheyr, Bowser), Mr., 687, 1029 (56).

-, -, his wife, 687.

-, (Bowcher), Mr., of Calais, his servant Richard, 1031 (3).

-, (Boocher), Geoff., 1014.

-, (Bourgcher), Humph., 553.

-, (Bourger), Jas., spear of Calais, 609 (p. 276).

-, (Bowchier), John, abbot of Leicester, g. 282 (97), 733 (42 bis).

-, (Bowser), Kath., prioress of Buckland, p. 544:—g. 436 (64).

-, (Bowcher, Bougchier), Marg., 840:— p. 548.

-, (Bocheher), Robin, of the Privy Chamber, 445.

-, Sir Thos. (temp. Hen. VII.), g. 942 (25).

Bourchier (Burchiers) knots, 852.

Bourgcher. See Bourchier.

Bourge. See Bourke.

Bourger. See Bourchier.

Bourke, —, called McWilliam, Irish chief, (deposed by Grey in 1538), 82 (?), 830 (p. 398).

-, (Bourge), Hugh, captain of Clanricard, 12.

-, -, indenture with, 12.

-, (Burgh), Tibbot, Irish chief, 12.

-, -, indenture with, 12.

-, (de Burgo), Ulick, captain of Clanricard, called McWilliam, 82 (?), 142, 830 (p. 398).

Bourman, Ric., alias Stevenage, q. v.

Bourn (Burne), Camb., g. 613 (1).

Bourne, Linc., abbey (supp.) of, p. 559:— g. 942 (99).

Bourne, Dr., envoy of the duke of Cleves to the Emperor (in March 1540), 302, 320, 337 (pp. 135–6), 389, 448.

Bours, Madame de. See Rouaud, A.

Bours (Bower, Borow, Boores), Mons. de. See Montmorency, G. de.

Bourton (Burghton), Glouc., g. 144 (2 p. 52), 733 (65).

Bouser, Thos., 452.

Boustin, Adrian, letter from his wife, 1030 (12).

Bouthe. See Booth.

Boveney, Bucks, 498 (35).

Bovington, Dors., g. 1027 (23).

Bovye Tracy, Devon, p. 565.

Bow, Midd., 806 (p. 381).

-, bridge at, g. 144 (1).

Bowchen, Jasper, g. 1027 (29).

Bowcher. See Bourchier.

Bowchier. See Bourchier.

Bowderdale Close, Cumb., p. 565.

Bowdon, Wilts, g. 942 (110).

Bower. See Bours.

Bower, John, p. 546.

Bowers Gyfford, Essex, g. 611 (8 p. 285),

Bowes, Geo., g. 942 (20).

-, Martin, alderman, master of the Mint, 791 (1, 3):—g. 144 (1), 611 (25), 942 (63).

-, (Bowis, Bowys), Robert or Sir Robert, of the Council of the North, 25, 57, 131, 361, 428:—g. 282 (21), 612 (12, 14), 942 (41b).

-, -, signature of, 25, 131, 361, 428.

Bowgh, Wm., p. 550.

Bowgegood. See Budgegood.

Bowghton, Ric., alias Rogers, q. v.

Bowis. See Bowes.

Bowker, George, alias Adam Damplip, q. v.

Bowle, John, mayor of Dover, 449, 458n, 643.

-, -, letter from, 643.

Bowleigh, Devon, g. 831 (71).

Bowler, Wm., p. 549.

Bowles. See Bolles.

Bowman, Hen., p. 543.

-, Joan, p. 552.

-, Thos., King's servant, 327, 341.

-, Thos., p. 548.

Bows and arrows, 57, 85, 259, 420:—g. 733 (58).

Bowser. See Bourchier.

Bowsey, Suss., g. 282 (58).

Bowson, Anne, p. 545.

Bowthe, Humph., 609 (pp. 275, 276 bis).

-, Nic., g. 1027 (2).

-, Thos. See South.

Bowton. See Boughton.

Bowyer, Joan, p. 544.

-, Ric., 1029 (18):—p. 540.

-, -, letter from, 1029 (18).

-, -, his wife, 1029 (18).

-, Thos., g. 611 (45).

-, -, Joan his wife, g. 611 (45).

-, Wm., alderman, g. 831 (7).

Bowyng. See Oving.

Bowyton, Cornw., 498 (34).

Boxford (Boxworthe), Berks, g. 612 (18).

Boxgrove (Boxgrave), Suss., 498 (37):— g. 436 (72).

Boxley, Kent, g. 942 (49).

-, abbey (supp.) of, 498 (iii. c. 77):— p. 560:—g. 942 (49, 51).

-, -, abbot. See Dobbes, J.

Boxley, Robt., 452.

-, Thos., 21.

Boxley Strete, Kent, g. 942 (49).

Boxted (Boxsted), Essex, g. 144 (9).

Boxworthe. See Boxford.

Boyfeld, Hugh, 323.

Boylandes manor, Norf., g. 611 (27).

Boynton, Matth., g. 942 (41b).

Boyse or Boys, John, g. 1027 (37).

-, Thos., of Calais, 751.

Boythack. See Hakes, B.

Boyves. See Beauvais.

Boyvyll (Boivyll), Alice, p. 547.

-, Eliz., abbess of Elstow, p. 547.

Boyxe, Jas., 159.

Brabant (Brabarne, Brabont), 145 (p. 55), 242 (p. 86), 366, 482–3, 507 (2), 596 (p. 267), 902, 932.

Brabarne. See Brabant.

Brabazon (Brabson), William, vice-treasurer and treasurer of wars in Ireland, 74–5, 82–3, 142, 199, 212, 227, 328, 342, 455, 594, 620, 635, 654, 672, 683, 692–3, 830 passim, 849, 912, 978, 1019.

-, -, letters from, 212, 654.

-, -, signature of, 74–5, 82–3, 199, 328, 342, 455, 594, 912.

Brabazon (Brabson), Alice, p. 543.

-, (Brabson), Edw., g. 733 (42).

-, Robert, brother of William, constable of Carlingford, 142, 849 (p. 420).

Braben, Mr., 453 (2).

Brabonde, Alice, p. 543.

-, Kath., p. 543.

Brabourn (Bradbourn), Kent, g. 831 (61).

Brabson. See Brabazon.

Braby, Thos., p. 550.

Brabyner, Thos., p. 551.

Bracebridge (Brasebrige), Linc., g. 831 (19).

Bracebridge (Brastbrigge), Yorks., 555.

Bracebrigge, Robt., p. 554.

Bracewell (Braswell), Yorks. See Tempest, of Bracewell.

Bracket. See Brokett.

Bradbourn. See Brabourn.

Bradbourn (Bradborne), Frances, 93 (2):— p. 551.

-, Humph., g. 613 (27).

Braddesley. See Baddesley.

Braddon, East- (Estbraddon), Soms., g. 942 (121).

Bradenham, Norf., 834.

Bradenstock (Bradnestocke, Bradstock), Wilts, priory (supp.) of, p. 543:—g. 613 (20), 831 (51).

-, -, pension list, p. 543.

-, -, prior. See Snowe, W.

Bradeweye. See Broadway.

Bradewaye. See Bradway.

Bradfield (Bradfelde), Essex, g. 733 (50).

Bradfield Combusta, Suff., g. 436 (31, 88), 613 (22).

Bradfield St. Clair (Bradfeld Seyntclere), Suff., g. 436 (31).

Bradfield St. George alias Monk's Bradfield, Suff., g. 436 (31, 58).

Bradfelde, John, p. 546.

-, (Bradfilde), Robt., 936.

-, Thos., 609 (p. 276).

Bradford, Chesh., p. 567.

Bradford, Cornw., 498 (34).

Bradford (Brodford), Wilts, 353 (2, 3), 498 (59).

-, vicar of. See Birde, W.

Bradford Abbas, Dors., p. 562:—g. 436 (64).

Bradford Mill, Chesh., near Vale Royal, pp. 557–8.

Bradford, Thos., p. 543.

Bradgare. See Bredgar.

Bradill, John, g. 611 (13).

Bradker, Norf., 834.

Bradlecourt alias West Bradley, in Chieveley, Berks, g. 733 (48).

Bradley, West-, Berks, g. 733 (48).

Bradley, Hen., g. 733 (54).

-, John, alias Stephens, q. v.

-, John, bp. suffragan of Shaftesbury, 424.

-, John, 609 (p. 277).

-, Marm., abbot of Fountains, p. 552.

-, Thos., 92:—p. 548.

-, Wm., p. 549.

Bradnestocke. See Bradenstock.

Bradock, Wm., p. 562.

-, -, Matilda his wife, p. 562.

Bradon. See Bratton.

Bradrigge, Agnes, prioress of Yeddingham, p. 553.

Bradrissey, Cornw., 498 (34).

Bradshaw (Brodshow), Hen., 994.

-, (Bradsha), Ralph, 1028.

-, Robt., 553:—p. 558.

-, (Bradsha), Sir Roger, 1028.

Bradstock, Wilts. See Bradenstock.

Bradsted, Kent, near Brastead, g. 611 (22).

Bradsted. See Brastead.

Bradstrete, Thos., g. 436 (31).

-, Wm., g. 436 (31).

-, -, Alice his wife, g. 436 (31).

Bradway, Derb., g. 1027 (17).

Bradway (Bradewaye), Chr., prior of Alcester, 118.

-, Chr., p. 550.

Bradwell next the sea, Essex, g. 144 (2).

Bradwey. See Broadway.

Brafferton, Yorks., p. 567 bis.

Bragge, Mary, p. 545.

Braineford. See Brentford.

Braintfield (Brantfeld) or Bramfield, Herts, g. 613 (7).

Braintree (Branktre), Essex, g. 942 (87).

Braintree (Brayntre), Thos., p. 548.

Brake, Peter, 609 (p. 276).

Brakenbury, Ant., p. 565:—g. 611 (18).

Brakyn, Thos., g. 733 (34), 831 (29).

Bramber, Suss., g. 282 (58).

Bramcote (Bramecote), Notts, p. 567.

Bramfield. See Braintfield.

Bramham, Yorks., g. 436 (62).

Bramhille, Wm., p. 554.

Brampston. See Brownstone.

Brampston. See Brandeston.

Brampston, Agnes, p. 547.

Brampton, Hunts, g. 831 (17).

Brampton, Mr., 748.

-, Wm., letter from, 682.

Bramston. See Brankston.

Bramston, Mr., 698.

-, Marg., p. 547.

Branbourgh. See Brandenburg.

Brancepeth (Brauncepeth), Dham., letter dated at, 382.

-, parsonage of, 382.

-, -, rector of. See Lupton, R.

Brancetour (Bransetur), Robert, an Englishman in the Emperor's service (Wyatt's “jewel”), 38 passim, 121, 145 (p. 55), 154–5, 161, 169, 188–9, 203, 235, 257, 304.

Brancheley. See Brenchley.

Brandebort. See Brandenburg.

Brandenburg, 666 (p. 316).

Brandenburg, Joachim margrave of, Elector (“Marquis Joachim”), 145 (p. 55), 233, 243, 666 (p. 316), 781 (2), 797, 854.

Brandenburg (Branbourgh), George margrave of, uncle of Joachim, (“the marquis of Brandenburgh”), 145 (p. 55), 233, 388, 814.

Brandenburg (Brandebort, Brunsinberge), Albert [Alciades], son of Margrave George's brother Casimir (who died in 1527), servant to King Ferdinand, 370, 388, 583.

Brandenburg, margrave of, dwelling by Nürnberg, 781 (2).

Brandeston (Braundeston), alias Brampston, Suff., g. 282 (15), 733 (23).

Brandisbye. See Brandsby.

Brandishe, John, of the Convocation of York, signature of, 861.

Brandon, Sir Thos., g. 733 (30).

Brandsby (Brandisbye), Yorks., p. 564.

Brandwood, James, g. 611 (11).

Brandwoods lands, Lanc., g. 611 (11).

Brankston (Bramston), Nthld., 465 ii.

Branktre. See Braintree.

Bransetur. See Brancetour.

Brantfeld. See Braintfield.

Branthwaite, Cumb., 465 ii. bis.

Brasbridge. See Bracebridge.

Brastbrigge. See Bracebridge.

Brastead alias Brasted, Kent, g. 831 (61).

Brasted, Wm., alias Daunce, q. v.

Braswell. See Bracewell.

Bratton (Brutton), Wilts, 1029 (61).

Bratton (Bradon) forest, Wilts, g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Bratton, Agnes, p. 544.

Brauncepeth. See Brancepeth.

Braunston beside Stamford, g. 612 (15).

Brawne Meadow, near Coventry, Warw., p. 559.

Bray, Berks, 166, 498 (35):—g. 282 (38).

Bray (Brey), Sir Edw., 14 (p. 6):—g. 282 (58), 1027 (30).

Brayeston. See Breaston.

Brayne, Ric., g. 282 (35).

Brayswyke, near Colchester, Essex, g. 611 (8).

Braythwayte wood, Yorks., g. 611 (33).

Brayton, Yorks., g. 1027 (40).

Breame. See Bremen.

Breamore (Bremmer), Hants, 20 (2).

-, priory (supp.) of, 20 (2):—g. 831 (28).

Breaston (Brayeston), Derb., g. 282 (10).

Brecknock, in Wales, p. 564.

-, priory (supp.) of, p. 564.

Breda, in Holland, 932.

Bredbent. See Pallant, the elder.

Bredgar (Brodgare, Bradgare, Bredgat), Kent, 498 iii. c. 72, 77.

-, vicar of, 645.

Bredgar, John, alias Drury, q. v.

Bredon, John, p. 546.

Breerly manor, Yorks., 163.

Breerton. See Brereton.

Breeton, Kath., 840.

Brekelade (qu. Cricklade?), Wilts, g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Breket. See Bricket.

Breme, Ric., 14 (p. 5):—p. 541.

-, -, Margery his wife, p. 541.

Bremen (Breame), 310.

-, letter to the governors, 962.

-, bp. of, 797, 880.

Bremmelton, Wm., 749 (2).

Bremhill or Bremell (Brymell, Brymbell), Wilts, g. 942 (85).

Bremmer. See Breamore.

Bremmere. See Breamore.

Bremyngham. See Birmingham.

Brenchele, Chas., alias Waleye, q. v.

Brenchley (Brancheley), Kent, g. 282 (41).

Brenckhill. See Brink Hill.

Brende Grange, in Chippenham, Camb., g. 831 (45, 49).

Brendon Compyne, Devon, 498 iii. c. 79.

Brendwode. See Brentwood.

Brendysshe fen, Norf., g. 942 (18).

Brenke. See Brink.

Brent, Devon, pp. 563, 565.

Brent, South-, Devon, g. 436 (46).

Brente, Avicia, p. 543.

-, Ric., g. 282 (59).

-, Wm., g. 282 (59).

Brentford, Midd., 498 (36).

Brentius, John, 814.

Brentwood (Brendwode), Essex, g. 282 (40, 76), 611 (8 p. 285).

Brereley. See Brierly.

Breres, Oliver, p. 564.

-, Wm., p. 564.

Brereton (Abrereton, Bruerton), Sir Wm., of Brereton, deputy chamberlain of Cheshire, commander of the army in Ireland, justice of Ireland (May 1540), 74–5, 82, 199, 327–8, 342, 354, 441, 620, 635–6, 649, 654, 672, 683–4, 723, 775, 805, 815, 830 (p. 401), 912, 915, 959, 978, 1019, 1028:—g. 282 (34), 733 (63).

-, -, letters from, 649, 683–4, 912, 959.

-, -, letters to, 441, 672, 723, 775, 805.

-, -, signature of, 74–5, 82, 199, 328, 635–6, 959 (2).

-, -, Dame Elenour, his wife, 354.

-, -, -, letter from, 354.

Brereton, Sir John, g. 282 (7).

-, (Abrereton), John, son of Sir Wm., captain in Ireland, 199, 440–1.

-, (Breerton), Kath., p. 548.

-, (Brerton), Sir Ric., 72:—p. 564.

-, Sir Roger, 524, 1028.

-, -, letter to, 524.

-, (Bruerton), Urian, of the Privy Chamber, 1028:—g. 282 (34), 612 (10), 733 (63).

-, -, his wife, 1028.

Brerewood Hall. See Berwood.

Brerewood (Breyrwode), Thos., archd. of Barnstaple, 861.

Brerton. See Brereton.

Breset. See Bricett.

Bresse, in Savoy, 239.

Breslau, in Germany, letter dated at, 132.

Bresylse. See Brussels.

Bretherton, Chas., g. 282 (46).

Breton, Yorks. See Monk Breton.

Bretons, A. See Tilly, P.

Brettenham (Bretenham), Norf., g. 942 (43).

Bretton, John, p. 549.

Bretts or Brettes Manor, in West Ham, Essex, 157:—g. 282 (112), 942 (55).

Brewer (Bruer), Edw., p. 543.

Brewern. See Bruern.

Brewett, Robt., p. 554.

Brewham (Bruham), Soms., 391 (3).

Brewood White Ladies (supp.), near Boscobel, Salop, g. 611 (26).

-, Margery, prioress of (temp. Hen. VII.), g. 611 (26).

Brewster, Eustace, 11:—p. 549.

Brewton. See Bruton.

Brey. See Bray.

Breyrwode. See Brerewood.

Brian, Sir Francis, master of the Toils, 14, 181, 216, 217 (p. 77), 229–30, 463, 560, 842, 900, 914, 1029 (61):— pp. 539, 565:—g. 282 (79, 95–6).

Brian, Fras., 553.

-, Harry, 456.

-, (Bryant), John, 391 (3):—g. 144 (7).

-, (Bryande), Robt., p. 542.

-, Wm., 806.

Brice, John, p. 545.

Bricett (Breset), Suff., g. 942 (43).

Brickenden (Brikynden), John, a member of Convocation, signature of, 861.

Bricket (Breket), John, the King's cook, 311.

-, -, a kinsman of, 311.

Bridgeford (Brigforde), Notts, g. 282 (10).

Bridgeford (Byreheford), near Stafford, g. 942 (42).

Bridgeman (Brigeman), John, p. 548.

-, Thos., p. 543.

Bridgend (Brigende) priory, in Horbling parish, near Folkingham, p. 554.

Bridgenorth, Salop, Grey Friars (supp.), p. 557.

Bridges (Brydgys), —, 1029 (56).

-, Anne, p. 542.

-, Ant., 806 (p. 380).

-, (Brudges), Edm., 14 (p. 5).

-, (Brugge), Giles, 806 (p. 380).

-, (Brygges), Hen., g. 282 (7).

-, (Bryggys), John, alias Wells, abbot of Crowland, p. 550:—g. 144 (22), 942 (46).

-, (Brudge, Brygges, Brugges), Sir John, 14 (p. 5), 338:—g. 282 (7, 35), 436 (29), 611 (20), 613 (6).

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, g. 611 (20).

-, (à Bryges, Brygges), John, 1030 (17), 1031 (4).

-, (Bryges), Ric., 14 (p. 6), 64.

-, -, letter from, 64.

-, (Brygge), Robt., 884.

-, (Brugge) Roland, g. 942 (39).

-, Thos., p. 567:—g. 436 (29), 733 (42).

-, Wm., 338.

Bridgewater, Soms., p. 563:—g. 144 (2 p. 52).

-, St. John's hospital, p. 544.

-, -, master. See Walshe, R.

-, -, pension list, p. 544.

Bridgewater (Bryggewater), Henry Daubeney, earl of, 181, 217 (p. 77), 230, 500, 541 (3), 1030 (13):—g. 282 (9), 831 (34), 942 (13).

-, -, letter from, 1030 (13).

-, -, his wife, 217 (p. 77).

Bridgewater, John, p. 545.

Bridgeway, John, g. 282 (33).

Bridgham (in Scotland?), 580.

Bridlington, Yorks., 958.

-, priory (supp.) of, 653, 939:—g. 942 (45).

-, -, prior. See Wood, W.

-, quay of, 27.

Brienne, Mons. de, 1030 (19).

Brierley (Brereley), Heref., g. 282 (63).

Brierley, Wm., g. 436 (77).

Brigeman. See Bridgeman.

Brigende. See Bridgend.

Briges. See Bridges.

Brigforde. See Bridgeford.

Brightlingsea (Bryghtlyngsey or Brykylsey), Essex, g. 611 (8).

Brightwyse, John, p. 546.

Brikkylsey. See Brightlingsea.

Brikot, —, 217.

Brikynden. See Brickenden.

Brill, Bucks, g. 612 (7).

Brill Mounte, Bucks, g. 612 (7).

Brimpsfield (Brymmesfelde, Brymirfeld), Glouc., g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Brinckborne. See Bringborne.

Brinckebourne. See Brinkburn.

Bringborne or Brinckborne, John, 61.

-, Wm., 61.

Brink (Brenke), Yorks., near Coxwold, g. 831 (84).

Brinkburn (Brinckebourne) priory (supp.), Nthld., 467.

Brink Hill (Brenckhill), Yorks., g. 831 (84).

Brinkley (Brynkeley), Camb., g. 436 (41), 1027 (16).

Brion, Philip Chabot sieur de, Admiral of France, 357, 421, 462, 480, 543 (pp. 244, 246), 707 ii., 720, 778.

-, -, his wife, 545 (p. 246).

Brisach. See Brissac.

Brisake. See Brissac.

Brisco, Robt., 465 ii.

Brisewood, —, former surveyor of works at Calais, 996.

-, (Brysewode), Thos., p. 552.

-, Wm., son of, 996.

Brissac (Brysake, Brisake, Brisac, Brisach), Charles de Cossé sieur de, of the French king's chamber, 344, 418, 448, 480, 543 (pp. 244–6), 676.

Bristol (Bristow, Brystowe), town and county, 139 iii., 183, 321–7, 757, 989, 994, 1030 (65):—p. 567:—g. 831 (21, 67), 942 (35).

-, fee farm of, g. 144 (2).

-, mayor of, 183.
-, Friars Preachers (supp.), g. 831 (67).
-, a house of Friars, 371.
-, Gaunts hospital (supp.), alias Billeswick, 50, 139 iii.:—pp. 549, 567:—g. 831 (21).
-, -, master of. See Colman, J.
-, -, pension list, 139 iii.:—p. 549.
-, -, surrender, 139 iii.
-, Grey Friars (supp.), p. 566.
-, St. Augustine's abbey, 139 iii, 761:—p. 549.
-, -, abbot. See Gilliam, M.
-, -, pension list, 139 iii.:—p. 549.
-, -, surrender, 139 iii.
-, St. James's priory, cell to Tewkesbury, 49, 139 iv.:—p. 551.
-, -, prior. See Cirencester, R.
-, St. Mark's, 139 iii.
-, White Friars (supp.), p. 565.

Bristol, bishop of (suffragan of Worcester). See Holbeche, H.

Bristowe, —, 917.

-, Nic., the King's clerk, 967:—g. 436 (35).

-, -, signature of, 967.

-, Ph., p. 551.

-, Roger, 609 (p. 276).

-, Thos., 49, 118:—pp. 550, 553.

-, Wm., pp. 549, 551.

Britayne. See Brittany.

Britt, Robt., g. 282 (33).

Brittany (Brittain, Britayne), 426, 543 (p. 246), 890, 1030 (36).

Broadclist (Brodeclyste), Devon, g. 436 (32).

Broadoak (Brode Oke), alias Medgrave, Kent, p. 560.

Broadway (Bradeweye, Bradwey), Soms., p. 560.

Broadwindsor (Brode Wyndesore), Dors., g. 831 (68).

Brockhampton, John, 118.

Brocklesby (Brokkellesbye, Brokelisby), Linc., g. 733 (19), 831 (23).

Brockton (Broketon), Salop, g. 611 (26).

Brockworth, Glouc., g. 831 (77).

Brockys. See Broke.

Brode, Philip, a member of Convocation, signature of, 861:—p. 551.

Brodebelte, Robt., p. 552.

Brodeclyste. See Broadclist.

Brodefelde, in Maldon, Essex, pp. 555, 558.

Brodeley, Wm., p. 544.

Broderigg, Joan, p. 551.

Broderyge, John, p. 545.

Brodesheyf, Wm., g. 611 (29).

Brodford. See Bradford.

Brodgare. See Bredgar.

Brodshow. See Bradshaw.

Broeke. See Broke.

Broenswick. See Brunswick.

Broghton, Oliver, p. 544.

Brogreve, John, 800 (p. 380).

-, Wm., 806 (p. 380).

-, -, Eliz. his wife, 806 (p. 380).

Broich, in Gueldres, 678.

Broke, —, 241.

-, (Brocke), Mr., g. 611 (21).

-, Agnes, p. 555.

-, David, g. 282 (7, 9, 35), 942 (13).

-, Edw., 806 (pp. 380–1).

-, Hen., g. 733 (36).

-, (Brok, Brooke), John, 146, 609, 884: —g. 282 (107).

-, (Brockys), John, soldier of Calais, 429, 507 (pp. 224–5), 609 (p. 275), 997.

-, Nic., g. 282 (18).

-, (Brooke), Ralph, 608 (3 bis., 4 iii. bis.).

-, Ralph, spear of Calais, 609 (p. 276).

-, Robt., g. 1027 (44).

-, Simon, g. 733 (5).

-, Thos., 609 (p. 276).

-, Thos., of London, p. 567.

-, (Brooke), Thos., customer of Calais (“Didymus Paludanus Londoniensis”), 42, 460, 473, 1030 (14).

-, -, statement by, 1030 (14).

-, Wm., p. 550.

-, Wm., fishmonger, 957, 979 (2).

Brokehall, Essex, g. 611 (8).

Brokelisby. See Brocklesby.

Brokenglatt, in Llanwarne, Heref., g. 436 (89).

Brokesby, Matth., g. 613 (35).

-, Wm., g. 613 (35).

Broketon. See Brockton.

Brokett, Edw., g. 282 (61, 95–6).

-, (Bracket), g. 14 (p. 6).

-, John, g. 282 (61).

Brokhampton, John, p. 550.

Brokkellesbye. See Brocklesbye.

Brokton, Walter, 159.

Brokysbanke, Wm., p. 547.

Brombell. See Bronbil.

Brome (Brown, Brcun), Sir John, 14 (p. 6): —g. 282 (7).

Bromefeld, Kent. See Broomfield.

Bromeleigh. See Bromley.

Bromeley. See Bromley.

Bromesgrove. See Bromsgrove.

Bromeswyke. See Brunswick.

Bromfeld, Geoff., p. 566.

Bromham, Wilts, g. 942 (110).

Bromley (Bromeleigh), Essex, g. 733 (50).

Bromley (Bromeley), Barbara, p. 551.

-, (Bromleigh), John, p. 545.

-, (Bromeley), Thos., King's serjeant-at-law (2 July 1540), 1028:—g. 282 (7), 831 (57), 942 (9, 39, 40, 74), 1027 (38).

-, Wm., g. 942 (35).

Brompton, Yorks., g. 831 (64).

Brompton Patrike. See Patrick Brompton.

Bromsgrove (Brymmesgrove), Worc., g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Bromsgrove (Bromesgrove), John, prior of Deerhurst, 49, 139 iv.:—p. 511.

-, (Bromesgrove), John, 118:—p. 550.

Bromwell (Browell), Joan, g. 282 (66).

-, Wm., g. 282 (66).

Bronbil (Brombell), co. Glamorgan, g. 831 (62).

Bronde, Thos., 748.

Brone. See Browne.

Bronker, Hen., g. 436 (11).

-, Robt., g. 436 (11).

Bronyon, Robt., p. 546.

Brooke. See Broke.

Broome (Brome), Suff., g. 942 (43 p. 471).

Broomfield (Bromefeld), Kent, 359.

Broseley (Burwardesley), Salop, g. 942 (35).

Brosseton, sieur de, sent to Scotland, 58.

Brothat, Robt., g. 282 (117).

Brotherett, Marg., p. 554.

Brotton, Thos., g. 942 (66).

Brough, Mons. de. See Borran.

Broughett, Robt., 475.

Broughton, Hunts, g. 436 (20).

Broughton, John, 21.

-, Ric., 102 (2):—p. 553.

Broun or Broune. See Browne.

Broun, Sir John. See Brome.

Brounshyll, Heref. (“Boneshill” in Valor Ecc. iii. 18; qu. Downshill near Bishopston or Bunshill near Kenchester?), p. 567.

Brounston. See Brownstone.

Browell. See Bromwell.

Browne (Brone, Broune, Brown), Sir Anthony, master of the Horse, captain of the Pensioners, half-brother to the earl of Southampton, 10, 14 (p. 5), 18 (p. 8), 138, 264, 410, 412, 445, 477, 560 (1, 3), 657 (2), 707 ii., 791, 825, 850 (1, 6, 7), 860 (p. 430), 861 (2), 966, 994, 996–7, 1004–6, 1008, 1011–12, 1016, 1018, 1021, 1026:—p. 539: —g. 436 (5), 1027 (7).

-, -, signature of, 1012.

-, -, deposition by, 850 (7), 861 (2, 3).

-, -, his wife, Alice, daughter of Sir John Gage (died 1540), 135, 477n, 850 (7).

Browne, George, abp. of Dublin, 74–5, 82–3, 199, 328, 342, 455, 593–4, 635–6, 692, 775, 830 (p. 398), 849 (p. 420), 912, 959 (1, 2).

-, -, letters from, 593, 692.

-, -, letter to, 775.

-, -, signature of, 74–5, 82–3, 199, 328, 342, 455, 594, 635–6, 912, 959 (1, 2).

Browne, —, 689.

-, (Brone), lady, 18.

-, Sir Edw., of the order of St. John, 520 (pp. 230–1), 522 (pp. 231–2), 523 (p. 234).

-, Emmota, g. 611 (26).

-, (Broun), Fras., g. 282 (19), 942 (12).

-, George, spear and master of ordnance at Calais, brother of Sir Anthony, 608 (3), 609 (p. 276).

-, Hen., p. 547.

-, (Broun), Sir Humph., King's serjeant-at-law, 14 (p. 6), 181, 289 (p. 120), 291, 322, 598, 615:—g. 144 (1, 20), 282 (4, 19, 20), 831 (47b).

-, Jas., a member of Convocation, signature of, 861.

-, Sir John. See Brome.

-, John, keeper of the exchange in the Mint, 791

-, John, Edw. Corbett's servant, 364–5, 478 (2, 4), 495 ii., v., 498 (p. 217), 507, 539 (pp. 241–2), 552.

-, -, confession of, 507 (3).

-, -, deposition of, 507 (4).

-, John, spear of Calais, 609 (p. 276).

-, John, warden of the Mint, g. 942 (63).

-, John, 14 (p. 6), 61, 96 bis, 833, 936: —pp. 547, 549, 552, 562:—g. 282 (20), 611 (26, 44).

-, Leonard, 14 (p. 6).

-, Lyell, 96 (2).

-, Marg., p. 547.

-, (Broune), Margery, p. 553.

-, Sir Matth., letter from, 1029 (9).

-, Ric., 840:—pp. 545, 548, 555, 564: —g. 436 (40).

-, Robt., 447, 562.

-, -, his widow, 687.

-, Roger, 609.

-, (Broun), Thos., pp. 551–2:—g. 282 (19), 436 (61), 942 (118).

-, Walter, letter from, 516.

-, (Broun), Wm., a Scot, 9.

-, Wm., 609 (pp. 275–6):—p. 554: — g. 436 (61), 611 (26).

Brown manor, near Treborough, Soms., g. 282 (106).

Brownstone (Brounston, Brampston), Devon, g. 831 (71).

Broxbourne, Herts, 806 (p. 388):—g. 612 (6).

Broxolme, John, member of Convocation, signature of, 861.

Bruane, Joan, p. 546.

Bruche, Ric., g. 282 (60), 942 (57).

Brucioli, Ant., App. 2.

Brucome Walk, in Selwood Forest, 391 (6).

Brudenell (Brudnell), F., 14 (p. 6).

-, Sir Robert, lord chief justice of Common Pleas (1521 to 1530), 708 (2).

-, Thos., 708 (2):—g. 282 (67–8), 942 (12).

Brudge or Brudges. See Bridges.

Brudnell. See Brudenell.

Bruer. See Brewer.

Bruern (Brewern), Oxon, g. 436 (29).

-, abbey (supp.) of, g. 436 (29, 80), 831 (14).

-, -, abbot of, g. 436 (80).

Bruerton. See Brereton.

Brueton. See Bruton.

Bruges (Brugges, Brygges, Brygys, Bruggya), in Flanders, 169, 304 (pp. 122–3), 356, 478 (4), 507, 508 (p. 227), 539 (p. 242), 720, 794, 812, 837 (p. 414), 879 (p. 440), 880, 887, 929, 932, 969, 1030 (6).

-, letters dated at, 807, 811–13), 819, 837, 863–4, 876–8, 885–6, 888–9.

-, burgesses of, 889.

Bruges satin, 852 (p. 425).

Bruges, Robt., 609 (p. 275).

Brugge. See Bridges.

Brugges. See Bridges.

Bruisyard (Brusyard) manor, in Babrabam, q. v.

Brunesnorton. See Norton Brize.

Brunholme. See Burnholme.

Brunsinberge. See Brandenburg.

Brunston or Brunstoun, —, servant of Card. Betoun, 136 (p. 44n), 248 (p. 89).

Brunswick [-Calenburg], Eric duke of, uncle of Henry (died 26 July 1540), 665 (?), 797.

Brunswick [-Luneburg], Ernest duke of, 242 (p. 86).

Brunswick [-Wolfenbuttel] (Bromeswyke), Henry duke of, 243, 304 (p. 123), 357, 388, 462, 482–3, 508 (p. 227), 511, 519, 574, 581, 583, 589, 596, 665 (pp. 314?, 315), 781 (2), 797, 870.

-, -, his daughter, 304 (p. 123).

Brunswick (Broenswick), Duke Hans of, 699.

Bruntebank, in Tynedale, 96 (2).

Bruigeis (i.e. Bourke's) country. See Clanricard.

Brussels (Bresylse, Bruxelles), 68, 100, 171, 179, 258, 265, 290, 507 (pp. 225–6), 508, 582, 622, 762, 879 (p. 440), 880, 886:—g. 611 (6).

-, letters dated at, 68, 97, 161–2, 169, 188–9, 203, 264, 774, 793–4.

-, dearness of living at, 97.

Brusset, Anthoine, captain of Gravelines, 238, 448 (p. 184), 507 (p. 225), 539 (p. 242).

Brusyard. See Bruisyard.

Bruton (Brueton, Brewton), Soms., 391 (5), 600 (pp. 269–70).

-, abbey (supp.) of, pp. 543, 561: —g. 436 (80), 611 (45).

-, -, abbot. See Elye, John.

-, -, pension list, p. 543.

Bruton, Ric., 587.

Brutton. See Bratton.

Bruxelles. See Brussels.

Bruyn, John, g. 613 (31).

-, Thos., g. 613 (31), 1027 (10).

-, Wm. g. 613 (31).

Bryan, Bryande, or Bryant. See Brian.

Bryanstone, Dors., 95.

Brydforth. See Birdforthe.

Brydgecasterton. See Casterton.

Bryges. See Bridges.

Brygfelde, John, g. 942 (69).

Brygges. See Bridges; also Bruges.

Bryggewater. See Bridgwater.

Bryggys. See Bridges.

Brygys. See Bruges.

Brykylsey. See Brightlingsea.

Brymell. See Bremhill.

Brymirfeld. See Brimpsfield.

Brymmesfelde. See Brimpsfield.

Brymmesgrove. See Bromsgrove.

Bryndeholme, Edm., priest (“Sir Edmund”), curate of Our Lady church in Calais (attainted in 1540), 365, 367, 478 (1, 4), 495–6, 498 (i. 58; ii. c. 49), 507 (2), 539 (p. 241–2).

-, -, examination of, 495–6.

Bryned, co. Carnarvon, g. 831 (76).

Brynkenolle Manor, Wilts, p. 566.

Brynned (Brynhedydd, co. Flint, in Vol. xiv.), St. Asaph's dioc., p. 565.

Brysake. See Brissac.

Brysseley, Edw., p. 542:—g. 436 (10).

Bryther, Eliz., p. 543.

Brytt, Robt., g. 942 (75).

Bucer (Butzerus), Martin, the Reformer, 814.

Buck, Dorothy, p. 546.

-, Joan, 21, 61, 210.

-, Rog., p. 549.

Buckenham Castle, Norf., g. 611 (2).

Buckerells, in Chingford, Essex, 806 (p. 380).

Buckfast (Bucfaste, Buckfastre) or Buckfastleigh, Devon, g. 436 (46).

-, abbey (supp.) of, pp. 544, 563, 565:—g. 436 (46), 831 (71).

-, -, abbot. See Donne, G.

-, -, pension list, p. 544.

Buckfastre (Bukfaste), Nic., p. 542.

Buckingham (Bukingham), 1011:—g. 831 (58).

-, letter dated at, 1012.

Buckingham, Edw. Stafford dukk of (executed in 1521), 538:—g. 733 (37), 831 (61).

Buckinghamshire, 1008.

-, lands in, 69, 393, 806 (p. 380).

Buckland or Buckland Monachorum, Devon, abbey (supp.) of, pp. 544, 561.

-, -, abbot. See Tucker, J.

-, -, pension list, p. 544.

Buckland (Bukland) hundred, Dors., g. 942 (62).

Buckland, Herts, g. 733 (57).

Buckland (Buckland, Bukelande) or Minchin Buckland, Soms., near Dunster, p. 541.

-, nunnery (supp.). of, pp. 541, 544, 557:—g. 436 (64).

-, -, pension list, p. 544.

-, -, prioress. See Bourchier, K.

Bucklawren, Cornw., 498 (34).

Bucklebury (Burbulbury, Bokybury), Berks, g. 282 (44).

Buckley. See Bulkeley.

Bucknall (Bukynhall), Linc., g. 942 (99).

Bucknam, John, p. 546.

Bucknour, Wm., g. 436 (25).

Buckolt, Arnold, g. 613 (49).

Buckton, Wm., constable of Berwick castle, 32.

Buckwood, Thos., 609 (p. 275).

Budcleiff. See Butleigh.

Budgegood (Bowgegood), Ant., 498 (p. 217).

Budleigh, East-, Devon, g. 282 (11, 39).

Budleigh Salterton (Saltern), Devon, g. 282 (11).

Buggery (sodomy), attainder for, 498 (c. 59), 926.

Buhull, Devon, g. 436 (32).

Buise, M. de. See Du Bies.

Bukelande. See Buckland.

Bukeley. See Bulkeley.

Bukfaste. See Buckfastre.

Bukkeley. See Bulkeley.

Bukkill, Jas., g. 831 (84).

Bukley. See Bulkeley.

Buknall, Wm., p. 550.

Buknam, Agnes, p. 547.

Bukynhall. See Bucknall.

Bulbeck, John de Vere lord, eldest son of the earl of Oxford, earl of Oxford (20 March 1540), 14 (p. 5). For later references, see Oxford, earl of.

Bulborne, Hants, in Breamore, 20 (2).

Bulcote (Bulcott), Notts, g. 282 (10).

Bulfan. See Bulphan.

Bulkeley, —, 1028.

-, Dr., 585.

-, (Bukkeley), Anne, p. 549.

-, Arth., a member of Convocation, signature of, 861.

-, Charles, 1029 (61):—g. 282 (3, 5, 8), 733 (8).

-, (Buckley, Bukeley), Jas., p. 552: — g. 831 (84).

-, (Buckley, Bukley), Kath., abbess of Godstow, p. 554:—g. 436 (81), 611 (43).

-, Sir Ric., acting Chamberlain of North Wales, 433, 661.

-, Robt., g. 831 (47a).

-, Thos., p. 565.

Bulker, Marg., g. 611 (26).

-, Thos., g. 611 (26).

Bull, John, 609 (p. 275).

Bullardes, Kent (in Cliffe?), g. 436 (61).

Bulleyn. See Boleyn.

Bullinger, Henry, the reformer, letters to, 259, 269, 383, 420, 458, 734, 1025.

-, -, his scholar, Christian, 458.

-, -, his son, 383.

-, -, his wife and family, 269.

Bullington (Bolyngton), Linc., priory (supp.) of, g. 942 (118).

Bullington (Bolyngton) hundred, Oxon, g. 144 (2).

Bullington (Bolyngdon), Suss., g. 436 (72).

Bullocke, John, g. 282 (10).

Bullyn. See Boleyn.

Bulmer, Joan, letter from, 875.

-, -, her husband, 875.

-, Sir John (executed in 1537), 939.

-, Sir Wm., 382.

Bulphan (Bulvan, Bulfan), Essex, g. 831 (63).

Bulstrode (Bulstred), Geo., 1008.

-, (Bulstred), Bic., p. 553.

Bulvan. See Bulphan.

Bulwarks. See Blockhouses.

Bulwell woods, Notts, g. 733 (66).

Bunjedward. See Boonjedward.

Bunnyng, John, g. 942 (2).

Bunshill, Heref. See Brounshyll.

Bunting, John, 11:—p. 549.

Buntingford, Herts, g. 613 (1).

Burbage, Mary, p. 543.

Burbeche, Edw., vicar of Dinton, 1013.

Burborow. See Bourbourg.

Burbrowghe. See Bourbourg.

Burchart (Burgartus, Burgratus), Sir Francis, vice-chancellor of Saxony, ambassador to England (Jan. 1540), 22n, 76, 80, 143, 642 (1, 2).

Burchestre. See Bicester.

Burchiers. See Bourchier.

Burchyn, Kent, g. 942 (49).

Burde, John, master carpenter at Calais, 609 (p. 276).

Burdeauxe, Juliana, p. 543.

Burdock, John, 609.

Burdon, John, p. 540.

-, Wm., prior of Thetford, 211.

-, Wm., 609 (p. 275).

Burdrop (Burythropp), Wilts, near Chisledon, g.613 (6).

Buren, Floris d'Egmont, count of, 705.

Buren, drossart of Lewed, in the train of Anne of Cleves, 80.

Buren, John, of Cleves, drossart of Tolhuis, 970.

Burforde, Wm., p. 543.

Burgartus. See Burchart.

Burgate, John, 609 (p. 276).

-, Wm., warden of masons at Calais, 609 (p. 276).

Burgavenny. See Abergavenny.

Burgent, Bobt., 609 (p. 275).

Burges, Wm., a member of Convocation, signature of, 861.

-, Wm., p. 543.

Burgh upon Sands, Cumb., p. 556.

Burgh or Burghe. See Borough.

Burgh: See Bourke.

Burgh, Mons. de. See Borran.

Burghley (Burley), Little-, Ntht., beside Stamford, g. 942 (46).

Burghton. See Bourton.

Burglengenfeld (Burgklenngfeld), in Bavaria, letter dated at, App. 6.

Burgo, Ulick de. See Bourke.

Burgoyne, John, g. 282 (22), 831 (20).

-, Robt., an auditor of Augmentations, 51, 81, 92, 110, 118, 173, 553, 802, 867:—p. 556:—g. 942 (56, 86).

-, -, letters from, 173, 802.

-, -, signature of, 51, 81, 92, 110, 118, 867.

-, -, Eliz. his wife, g. 942 (56).

-, Thos., 1029 (9):—p. 557:—g. 831 (20).

-, Thomasina, p. 546.

Burgratus. See Burchart.

Burgundians, 652, 793.

Burgundy, 320, 332, 457, 508 (p. 227), 533, 543 (pp. 244–5), 573, 591, 596, 676, 931, 938.

Burhulbury. See Bucklebury.

Burlas, Walter, g. 282 (52).

Burleighe, Ant., pp. 563, 565.

Burlescom (Burlescombe), Devon, p. 560.

Burleston, Dors., p. 562.

Burley, Kent, g. 942 (49).

Burley, Ntht. See Burghley.

Burley, Chr., p. 554.

-, Ric., g. 436 (72).

Burlingham, South- (Southbyrlyngham) or B. St. Edmund, Norf., g. 282 (2).

Burlingham (Byrlyngham) Norf., g. 282 (2).

Burmeby, See Burnby.

Burnby (Burmeby), Yorks., 1029 (9).

Burne, John, prior of Newnham, 11:—p. 549.

-, Robt., p. 549.

Burneham, Over-, in Haxey, Linc., g. 733 (44).

Burneholme, Eliz., p. 552.

Burnell, —, 553.

-, Thos., g. 282 (112).

-, Wm., 553:—p. 541.

Burner, John, 609.

Burneston, Yorks., g. 144 (4).

Burnett, Robt., g. 942 (99).

Burngate (Burnegate), Dors., g. 1027 (23).

Burnham (Burneham), Bucks., 498 (35), 1029 (68):—p. 568.

-, nunnery (supp.) of, 498 (35):—pp. 547, 562, 568.

-, -, abbess. See Baldwin, A.

-, -, pension list, p. 547.

Burnham (Burneham), Essex, g. 282 (56, 89), 611 (35).

Burnholme (Borneholme, Brunholme), Dham., g. 831 (64).

Burowe. See Burrough.

Burrell (Borell), Thos., letter from, 1029 (17).

Burrough Green (Burowe), Camb., g. 613 (1).

Burscough, —, 1028.

Burstead (Burstede) Magna, Essex, g. 282 (40, 76).

Burstead (Burstede) Parva, Essex, g. 282 (40, 76).

Burtle House (Byrcle) alias Sprawlesmede priory (supp.), Soms., near Shapwick, p. 556.

Burton, Linc. (qu. B. Coggles?), g. 1027 (5).

Burton rectory, Notts, p. 564.

Burton, Yorks. See Monk Bretton.

Burton Agnes, Yorks, letter dated at, 346.

Burton, East- (Estburton), Dors., p. 559:—g. 1027 (23).

Burton Joyce (B. Joys), Notts, g. 282 (10).

Burton Hastings, Warw., g. 733 (67).

Burton, Little (Lytelburton), Dors., g. 436 (67).

Burton-on-Trent, Staff., abbey (supp.) of, pp. 554, 566.

-, -, pension list, p. 554.

Burton, West-, Dors., g. 1027 (23).

Burton, West-, Suss., 498 (37).

Burton-on-the-Wolds (B. Woldys), Leic., p. 561.

Burton, Cuthbert, 936.

-, Joan, p. 553.

-, John, 618, 702.

-, Mich., p. 554.

-, Thos., p. 557:—g. 942 (118).

Burwardesley. See Broseley.

Burwell, Hen., g. 436 (75).

-, John, p. 548.

Burwood, in Walton-on-Thames, Surr., g. 733 (48).

Bury, Hunts, g. 436 (20).

Bury, Suss., 498 (37).

Bury St. Edmunds, Suff., pp. 539, 560:—g. 436 (58).

-, abbey (supp.) of, 763:—pp. 539, 542, 546, 560 ter., 561, 562 bis:—g. 144 (2), 282 (116), 436 (31, 57–8), 63, 71, 74–5, 88), 733 (31), 942 (44, 118).

-, -, abbot. See Reve, J.

-, -, pension list, p. 546.

-, Eastgate barns (Estgate Banes), p. 560.

-, gaol, g. 144 (20).

-, St. Saviour's hospital, g. 436 (75).

Burye or Bury,—, of Lancashire, 1028.

-, Edm., p. 546.

-, Edw., g. 831 (63).

-, John, 642 (1, 2):—pp. 546, 550.

-, Ralph, p. 547.

-, Robt., p. 547.

Burythropp. See Burdrop.

Busby, Wm., a member of Convocation, signature of, 861.

Busche. See Bush.

Buschebe. See Bushby.

Bush (Busshe, Busche), John, 609 (p. 276), 689, 1030 (15):—g. 282 (126), 613 (48).

-, -, letter from, 1030 (15).

-, (Busshe), Nic., p. 542.

-, (Bushe), Paul, rector of Edington, a member of Convocation, 861:—p. 543:—g. 613 (48), 831 (25).

-, -, signature of, 861.

Bushby (Buschebe), Nic., 695.

Bushmead (Busshemede), Beds, in Eaton Socon, g. 831 (16).

Bushmore (Bussheme) hundred, Dors., g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Bush (Busshe) fen, Norf., g. 942 (18).

Bushope. See Bishop.

Busk, Thos., g. 831 (33).

Bustelesham or Bustlesham. See Bisham.

Butcher, John, 608.

Butcher's meat, proclamation touching, 294.

Butle. See Bothell.

Butleigh (Budcleiff), Soms., g. 436 (55).

Butler, Anne, g. 611 (36).

-, Bartholomew, Rougecroix pursuivant. 422.

-, Geo. g. 436 (42).

-, Humph., 609 (p. 276).

-, James (earl of Ormond, q.v.), 830 (p. 400).

-, Sir James. See Ormond, earl of.

-, (Botiller), James, late baron of Dunboyne, 159.

-, -, his lands, 159.

-, John, Cranmer's commissary at Calais (until 1539), 37, 460.

-, John, of Strasburg, 259, 383, 420, 458, 734, 1025.

-, -, letters from, 259, 420, 458, 734.

-, John, 153:—g. 831 (12).

-, John, servant of the earl of Bridge water, letter to, 1030 (13).

-, lady Katharine, sister of James earl of Ormond, 387.

-, Sir Philip, 14 (p. 5):—g. 942 (79).

-, Ric., p. 553.

-, Mr. Richard, brother of Ormond, 558, 849 (p. 420), 915.

-, (Boteler), Sir Thos., of England, 671, 1028 bis.

-, Thomas, abbot of Shrewsbury, 102 (1, 2):—p. 553.

-, Wm., g. 436 (86), 611 (36).

-, -, Anne his wife, g. 436 (86).

Butlers, the Irish family, 830 (p. 399).

Butley (Buttley), Suff., priory (supp.) of, 190:—p. 564:—g. 942 (44, 76).

Butleys. See Botley.

Butterfelde, Agnes, p. 553.

Butterley, Derb., in Ripley, p. 564.

Butterwick, West- (Westbutterwyke), Linc., g. 733 (44).

Butterwick (Butterwyk), Yorks., 958.

Buttley. See Butley.

Buttolph. See Botolph.

Button, Thos., p. 543.

-, Wm., g. 733 (8).

Buttry, Emma, p. 553.

Butts (Buttes, Buttys), Wm., M.D., King's physician, 825n, 850 (1, 13), 860 (p. 430), 861 (2):—g. 436 (26), 942 (105).

-, -, deposition by, 850 (13), 861 (2, 3).

Buttsett, Marg., p. 543

Butzerus. See Bucer.

Buxford, Bucks, (near Moreton?), p. 561.

Byandon. See Bindon.

Byck, Godfrey, 610.

Byddenham. See Bedenham.

Byden, Hants, g. 436 (72).

Byerley, —, 326.

Byfleet (Byflete, Byflette), Surr., p. 555:—g. 144 (17).

Bygrave, Herts, g. 612 (18).

Bykarstaff, Robt., g. 611 (44).

Bykenacre. See Bicknacre.

Byker. See Bicker.

Bykerton, Devon, g. 611 (12).

Bykley. See Bickleigh.

Bykton. See Bicton.

Byland or Old Byland, Yorks., abbey (supp.) of, pp. 556, 558 bis.

Byland, Roland, satrap in Ravenstein, 861 (p. 433).

-, Wm., p. 547.

Bylbo. See Bilbao.

Bylleswyke. See under Bristol.

Bymynstre. See Bedminster.

Byrcheford. See Bridgeford.

Byrchett, Derb., g. 1027 (17).

Byrcle priory. See Burtle House.

Byrdehurste, Wilts, 498 iii., c. 73.

Byrkyns, John, 695.

Byrlyngham. See Burlingham.

Byron, Sir John, 14 (p. 5), 713:—g. 282 (4), 733 (66).

Byrtysmorton. See Birts Morton.

Byscombe, Adrian, g. 436 (10).

Bysse, Alice, p. 543.

Bysseter. See Bicester.

Bystech. See Bisley.

Bytlesden. See Biddlesden.

Bytt, Hugh, p. 544.

Byworthe, Suss., 498 (37).



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