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'Index: D', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 15: 1540 (1896), pp. 629-637. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=76186 Date accessed: 23 September 2014.


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Dachett. See Datchet.

Dacre (Dacres) of the North, Wm. lord, of Gilsland, 219, 405, 560, 570:—g 282 (21), 612 (12, 14), 942 (41b).

Dacre of the South, Thos. Fiennes lord, 14, 500.

Dacre, Sir Chr., uncle of lord Dacre of Gilsland, 633:—g. 612 (14).

-, (Daker), Thos., pensioner on the Borders, 106, 120, 219, 465 ii., 709.

-, -, letter from, 709.

Dacres, Robt., g. 282 (61), 613 (7).

-, -, Eliz. his wife, g. 613 (7).

Dadford (Dodford), in Stowe, Bucks, g. 436 (53).

Daesty. See Este.

Dagenham (Dagnam), Essex, g. 144 (1).

Dagnam. See Dagenham.

Dakan, Robt., g., 942 (99), 1027 (28).

Dakcomb. See Dalcombe.

Daker. See Dacre.

Dalaryver, Thos., p. 564.

Dalavale. See Delavale.

Dalbe. See Dalby.

Dalby (Dalbe), Little-, Leic., preceptory of St. John.

-, -, commander. See Pole, Sir H.

Dalbye, Edw., prior of Ulvercroft, p. 456.

-, Eliz., g. 611 (41).

Dale, Derb., p. 566.

-, abbey (supp.) of, p. 566.

Dalcombe (Dakcombe), John, 95:—g. 613 (33), 831 (34).

Dalderby, Linc., St. John of, 772.

Daldyche, Devon (near Otterton?), g. 282 (11).

Dale, John, g. 733 (21).

-, Ralph, p. 542.

-, Thos., p. 544.

Dalinge, Agnes, g. 733 (9).

-, Ric., g. 733 (9).

Dally, F., letter from, 1030 (20).

Dalmeny, in Scotland, 136 ii. (?“Dummany”).

Dalsone. See Dalston.

Dalston (Dalsone), Thos., 465 ii., 619, 633.

-, -, letters from, 619, 633.

Dalton rectory, 553 iii.

Dalton, Lanc., p. 566.

Dalton, Eliz., p. 547.

-, John, p. 560.

-, Marg., g. 436 (10).

Dalurez, Fernão, 916.

Dalyons, Dennis, prior of Westminster, signature of, 69.

Damarall, Wm., g. 436 (10).

Damerham (Domerham), Wilts, g. 282 (54, 62).

Damester. See Danaster.

Damory, Ric., g. 144 (2).

Damplip, Adam, alias George Bowker, the preacher (“Adams”), 37, 230, 460, 471, 498 (i. 58, ii. c. 49), 537, 547, 727–8.

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

Damport, —, of Henbury, 1028 (p. 511).

-, —, 1029 (37).

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

-, Pernell, 840:—p. 548.

-, Randall, 609 (p. 275).

-, Ric., g. 942 (42).

Danaster (Danester), J., 14 (p. 6).

-, (Dannaster), John, baron of the Exchequer, p. 540.

-, (Danyster), John, g. 612 (7).

Danbroke, Marg., p. 552.

Danbury, Essex, g. 282 (40, 76, 89).

Danby, Sir Chr., g. 282 (21), 942 (41b).

-, Wm., g. 942 (41b).

Dancaster. See Doncaster.

Dancaster, le prieur. See Cook, L.

Dancy. See Daunce.

Dandelo. See Andalot.

Dane, the Cheshire river, g. 733 (18).

Dane Bridge, near Swithamley, Staff., g. 733 (18).

Danet, Sir John, 14 (p. 5).

Dangerant, Sieur, surnamed Bois-Rigault, French agent in Switzerland, 533.

-, -, letter from, 533.

Daniell, Geoff., Queen's surveyor, 21.

-, (Danyell), Guise, 764.

Dannaster. See Danastre.

Danske. See Dantzic.

Danskin. See Dantzic.

Dantzic (Danske, Gedanenses, Danskin), 313, 317, 376, 855, 952.

Danvers, Anne, g. 733 (8).

Danwell Hey, in Repton, Derb., p. 560.

Danyell, Mrs., 493.

-, Alice, p. 552.

-, John, g. 942 (118).

-, Thos., g. 613 (32).

Danyster. See Danaster.

Darby. See Derby.

Darcy, Thomas lord (executed in 1537), 628, 939, 1007:—g. 733 (1).

Darcy, Sir Arthur, second son of Thomas lord Darcy, 553:—g. 282 (96), 611 (33), 942 (38).

-, -, Mary his wife, g. 942 (38).

-, Sir George, 14 (p. 5):—g. 282 (21).

-, Sir Thos., 14 (p. 5):—g. 282 (20, 40, 76).

Dardyngton. See Dartington.

Darell. See Darrell.

Darent (Derrant), Kent, g. 942 (49).

Darewent. See Derwent.

Darfould (Darholt), Notts, p. 562.

Darfyld. See Darsyld.

Darholt. See Darfould.

Darius, Silvester, 148, 150.

-, -, letter to, 150.

Darke, Hen., p. 544.

-, John, p. 544.

Darkenall, John, g. 942 (61).

-, (Derknall), Robt., pp. 556 bis, 563, 565, 567.

Darley (Derley), Derb., abbey (supp.) of, 553 iii.:—pp. 558, 564, 566, 567 bis.:—g. 1027 (17).

Darlington (Derlyngton), Dham., 555:—p. 563.

Darmsden (Dermondeston), Suff., g. 942 (43 p. 471).

Darmstadt, in Germany, 797.

Darrell, —, of Sussex, 218.

-, Joan, prioress of Amesbury, 139 ii.:—p. 549.

-, (Darell), Paul, g. 282 (6).

-, (Darell), T., 14 (p. 6).

Darsham (Dersham), Suff., g. 942 (43).

Darsyld (Darfyld in Vol. XIV.), John, p. 546.

Dart, the Devonshire river, g. 436 (46).

Dartford, Kent, 14 (p. 5), 18:—g. 436 (31).

-, nunnery (supp.) of, p. 545:—g. 282 (15), 611 (25).

-, -, pension list, p. 545.

-, -, prioress. See Vane, Joan.

Dartington (Dardyngton), Devon, g. 733 (11).

Dartmouth (Dertmouth), Devon, 502 (2);—g. 436 (15), 613 (34), 732 (16).

Darwent. See Derwent.

Daryngton, Ric., g. 613 (25).

Datchet (Dachett), Bucks, 498 (35).

Daubeney, lord. See Bridgewater, earl of.

Daubeney, Sir Giles, lord (1486 to 1507), 860 (p. 380).

D'Aubigny. See Aubigny.

Daubmalle (i.e. d'Aumale). See Guise, Claude of.

Daunce (Dancy, Dauncy), Sir John, 14 (p. 5), 1008:—g. 282 (7), 436 (38), 831 (47b).

Daunce or Dauncy, Anne, 840:—pp. 545, 548.

-, (Dauntesey), Ric., 21.

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

-, Wm., p. 551.

Daundy, Robt., g. 436 (90).

Daunell, John, 61.

Dauntesey. See Daunce.

Dauphin, the. See Henry.

Dauphine, Madame la. See Katharine.

Davell, Hen., abbot of Whitby, p. 551.

-, (Dawell), Robt., archd. of Northumberland, 860–1, 921.

-, -, signature of, 861.

-, Wm., p. 566.

David, George, doctor, of Paris, 37.

-, Jas., 272–3.

Davie, Edm., 609 (p. 275).

-, John, 609 (p. 275 bis).

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

Davington, John, 691.

Davy, Alice, p. 545.

-, John, 751, 1013 (3):–g. 733 (42).

-, Martin, g. 1027 (10).

-, Ric., 476, 1029 (8).

-, Thos., 1013.

-, Wm., parson of St. Benet's in Cambridge, 698.

-, Wm., 936 (2).

Dawber, Ellen, p. 547.

-, Ric., p. 549.

Dawell. See Davell.

Dawes (Dawse), John, p. 549.

-, John, B.A., 297.

-, Thos., p. 546.

Dawney, John, g. 612 (14).

-, Sir John, g. 282 (21).

Dawnser, Ric., p. 551.

Dawse. See Dawes.

Dawson, John, 62 (2):—p. 551 bis.

-, Wm., 749 (2):—p. 550.

Dawtrye or Dawtrey, Sir Fras., 14 (p. 6):—g. 831 (47a), 942 (14).

-, Joan, 498 (37):—g. 733 (52).

-, Sir John, 326.

-, -, letter from, 326.

-, -, his sister, 326.

-, John, 498 (37):—g. 733 (52).

-, -, signature of, 681.

Day, George, S. T. P., King's chaplain, provost of King's College in Cambridge, 18, 826 (8, 19, 20, 23).

-, -, signature of, 826 (8).

Day (Dey), Ric., p. 540.

-, (Daie), Thos. prior of Leeds, 359 (1, 2):—p. 551 bis:—g. 831 (44).

Deakyn, Edw., 859.

Deal, Kent, 184:—g. 613 (32).

-, castle at, 14, 323 bis.

Dean, Beds, g. 282 (124).

Dean (Denne), Suss., 326, 498 (37).

Dean, East-, (Estdeane), Suss., 498 (37).

Dean, Prior's-, Hants, 20 (2).

Deane, Reginald, g. 436 (10).

-, Robt., p. 552.

-, Wm., 24:—g. 436 (34).

Deanshanger (Densanger), Ntht., g. 942 (118).

Deapyng. See Deeping.

Dearyng. See Dering.

Debite, lord. See Lisle, lord.

Decanquigny, —, letter from, 1030 (16).

Dedham, Essex, g. 611 (8).

Deddisham, Suss., 498 (37).

Dedmyll, Eliz., p. 545.

Deene (Dene), Ntht., 708 (2).

Deeping (Depynges), Linc., g. 144 (2).

Deeping (Deapyng), East or St. James'-, Linc., priory (supp.) of, cell to Thorney, g. 942 (44).

Deeping (Depyng), Ric., p. 519.

Deer, 650 (3), 927, 983.

-, stealing of (Act), 498 (6).

Deer (Dere) Abbey, co. Aberdeen, 160.

Deerhurst (Derehurste), Glouc., p. 564.

-, priory of, cell to Tewkesbury, 49, 139 iv.:—pp. 551, 564.

-, -, prior. See Bromsgrove, J.

Deerhurst (Derehurste), John, 49:—p. 553.

Defence, Science of, 896:—g. 942 (95).

Deighton (Dyghton), Yorks., p. 566.

De la Hay, Nic., g. 942 (95).

-, (Delaha), Ric., 163.

Delahyde (de Lahyde), Jas., Irish rebel, 830 (p. 398):—g. 436 (28).

-, Ric., chief baron of the Exchequer in Ireland, g. 436 (13).

Delalynde, Geo., signature of, 95.

Delamere Forest, Chesh., p. 563.

De la Mere, Nic., g. 612 (4).

Delapre or Delaprey. See under Northampton.

Delavale (Dalavale), Sir John, 465 ii.

Delaware (Lawarr, Laware), Thomas West lord, 14 (p. 5), 498 (i. 37, iii. c. 74), 500, 560:—p. 567:—g. 436 (72), 831 (59).

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 498 (iii. c. 74):—p. 567:—g. 436 (72).

Delaware (Lawarr), Thos. West lord, (ob. 1525), father of the preceding, 498 (iii. c. 74):—g. 831 (59).

De la Woode, Robt., p. 563.

Delean, Adrian, 34.

Delkesley. See Wilksley.

Delmynden, in Cranbrook, Kent, g. 942 (120).

Delves or Delvys, Sir Hen., g. 282 (34), 733 (63).

Delvin, Ric. Nugent baron of (died in 1538), 321–2, 830 (p. 401).

-, -, his son, 321–2.

Delye, Awdry, 840:—p. 548.

-, (De Lye), Marg., 840:—p. 548.

Demonde, Robt., p. 544.

Denbigh and Denbighland, 494:—g. 282 (43), 942 (83).

-, sheriff of, g. 436 (8). See Cotton, G.

-, translation into shire ground, 494.

Dene. See Deene.

Dene. See Denny.

Dene, Ric., p. 551.

Denes. See Dennis.

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

Denham, Eliz., p. 543.

-, (Denneham), Mary, 840:—p. 548.

Denhyn, John, 609 (p. 276).

Denmark, 2, 203, 530 (pp. 236–7), 666 (p. 316), 807, 870, 932, 938.

-, letter to the coast officers, 575.

-, King of. See Christian III.

Denmedmoleme, Hants, 20 (2).

Denne. See Dean.

Denneham. See Denham.

Denney (Denny) nunnery (supp.), in Waterbeach, Camb., g. 611 (36).

Dennington (Denyngton), Suff., g. 436 (88).

Dennis, Lady, 21.

-, (Denys), Ph., g. 942 (49).

-, (Denyse), Quentin, 452.

-, (Denys), Ric., p. 550.

-, (Denys), Roger, 936.

-, (Denes, Denys), Sir Thos., the Queen's chancellor, 18, 21, 217 (p. 77), 1030 (18 pp. 528–9):—pp. 556, 568:—g. 144 (1), 282 (5, 33, 39, 70), 436 (46), 831 (71), 942 (3, 75).

-, (Denys, Denysse), Thos., 553:—p. 546.

-, (Denys), Sir Walter, 14 (p. 5):—g. 282 (35).

-, (Denys) Walter, p. 568.

Denny nunnery See Denney.

Denny (Deny, Denni), Anthony, of the Privy Chamber, 14 (p. 5), 138, 217 (? Dynne), 264 (? Dene), 394, 445, 600 (p. 270), 686, 726, 809 (p. 383), 825, 850 (1, 9), 860 (p. 430), 861 (2), 991, 1029 (10, 59):—g. 436 (40), 942 (121), 1027 (25, 34).

-, -, letter to, 726.

-, -, signature of, 600 (p. 270).

-, -, petition to, 394.

-, -, deposition by, 850 (9), 861 (2, 3).

Dennye, Joan, 840.

Densanger. See Deanshanger.

Denston, Thos., p. 546.

Dente, Wm., alias Thornton, q. v.

Denton, Kent, g. 942 (49).

Denton, John, 14 (p. 6).

-, Susan, p. 554.

-, Thos., p. 539.

-, Wm., p. 550.

Deny. See Denny.

Denyngton. See Dennington.

Denyngton, Wm., p. 545.

Denys. See Dennis.

Denys Furlong, near Stamford, g. 612 (15).

Denysse. See Dennis.

Depe. See Dieppe.

Depeford. See Deptford.

Depford Strond. See Deptford Strand.

Depp. See Dieppe.

Deptford and Deptford Strand (Depeforde Stronde), Kent, g. 282 (118), 436 (14).

-, letters dated at, 313, 325.

Depyng or Depynges. See Deeping.

Derby, g. 144 (2).

-, Black Friars (supp.) of, p. 564.

-, gaol, g. 144 (20), 613 (27).

-, sanctuary of, 498 (12).

Derby, archdeacon of. See Strete, R.

Derby, Edward Stanley earl of, 500, 1029 (9):—g. 831 (78).

-, -, letter from, 1029 (9).

Derby (Darby), Edw., archd. of Stowe, 861.

-, Thos., secretary of the Council in the West, 180, 1029 (20, 65).

-, -, letter from, 1029 (20).

Derbyshire, 87:—g. 282 (55).

Dere. See Deer.

Dere, Wm., p. 549.

Dereham, East- (Estderham), Norf., g. 942 (11).

Dereham, West-, Norf., abbey (supp.) of, pp. 558, 560.

Dereham, Robt., p. 550.

-, Thos., 553:—p. 558.

Derehurste. See Deerhurst.

Derem. See Durham.

Dering (Dearyng), John, 1029 (65).

Derknall. See Darkenall.

Derlean, Capt. Peter (temp. Jac. I.?), 966 (p. 488).

Derlyngton. See Darlington.

Dermondeston. See Darmsden.

Derneford, Jas., g. 942 (32).

Derrant. See Darent.

Derry (Dirrie), dean of, Romish bp. of Raphoe, (captured and released in the autumn of 1538), 830 (pp. 399, 401).

Dersham. See Darsham.

Dert. See Dart.

Derwent (Darwent), the Cumberland river, p. 557:—g. 831 (53).

Derwent (Darewent), the Yorkshire river, g. 831 (73).

Deryke. See Dethick, G.

Deryngton. See Dorrington.

Desmond, earldom of, in Ireland, 455.

-, “pretended earl” of. See Fitzgerald, James.

Dethick (“Deryke,” Diricke), Gilbert, Hammes pursuivant, 222, 530 (p. 237), 608 (3, 4), 812 (p. 385), 970.

Dethyke, John, g. 942 (18).

-, Matth., armourer, 599 (2).

Deux Ponts, Rupert duke of (a Gemino Ponte), 797:—App. 6 (?).

Devaa, in Spain, 263.

Deventer, lanceknechts banded near, 781 (2).

Deverall Long Bridge. See Deverill,

Devereux, Anne, p. 543.

-, Ric., son of lord Ferrers, 427.

-, -, letter from, 427.

Deverill, Hill-, Wilts, g. 436 (54 p. 174), 611 (47).

Deverill, Langbridge- (Deverall Long Bridge), Wilts, g. 436 (54 p. 174), 611 (47).

Devises contrary to statutes, 438.

Devizes (Devyses), Wilts, g. 144 (2 p. 52), 436 (11),

Devonshire, 292, 1030 (13):—g. 436 (73, 87), 1027 (41).

-, commission of peace, g. 282 (33), 942 (75).

Dewell (Dewall), Heref., g. 282 (30).

Dewell (Dewall), Thos., g. 282 (30).

Dewke. See Duke.

Dey. See Day.

Deye, Wm., g. 831 (16).

Deyne, Joan, p. 548.

Dibden, John, 609.

Dice playing, 453 (2), 539, 609 (p. 280).

Dichaunte, Marg., p. 552.

Dichefurl, Soms., g. 942 (121).

Dichesiatt. See Ditcheatt.

Dickenson (Dykenson), Isabel, p. 552.

-, (Dykensone), Thos., pp. 552, 555.

Dicker, Middleton, 1014.

Didbrook (Dydbroke), Glouc., pp. 551, 565.

Didcot (Dydcotte), Wm., prior of Cranborne, 49, 139 iv.:—p. 553.

Didymus Paludanus. See Broke, T.

Diest, in Liege, 1017.

Dieppe (Depp, Depe), in France, 53, 56, 61, 76, 98, 179, 311, 567, 626, 1016, 1029 (8), 1030 (29, 44, 49).

-, letters dated at, 53–4.

-, captain of, 905.

Diet, the. See Hagenau.

Dieulacres abbey (supp.), beside Leek, Staff., p. 562:—g. 733 (18).

Digby, Linc., g. 282 (10).

Digby, Sir John, 729.

-, Reynold, 14 (p. 6).

Diggs, Thos., g. 942 (49).

Dighton, Robt., g. 733 (44), 942 (99, 109), 1027 (27–8).

Diglyng, John, p. 549.

Digorye. See Grenville, D.

Dill, Matth., p. 547.

Dilton (Dulton), Wilts, g. 613 (48).

Dingley, Hen., 1029 (60).

-, John, 410.

-, Mark, g. 942 (14).

Dinton (Donyngton), Wilts, g. 831 (88), 942 (72).

-, dispute between rector and vicar, 1013.

Dinwell, Marg., p. 546.

Diricke. See Dethick, G.

Dirrie. See Derry.

Dirrington. See Dorrington.

Disse, Thos., p. 546.

Disseisin, wrongful (Act), 498 (54).

Dissildorf. See Dusseldorf.

Distley, Chesh., 128.

Ditcheat (Dichesiatt), Soms., g. 1027 (39).

Ditton, lordship of, 188.

Ditton, Kent, g. 942 (49).

Ditton, Wood-, Camb., g. 942 (43).

Dixeldorp. See Dusseldorff.

Dixon (Dyxson), Joan, p. 552.

Dixwell or Digswell, Herts, g. 1027 (25).

Dixwell, Marg., p. 546.

Dobbes, John, abbot of Boxley, g. 942 (49).

Dobbys, Wm., p. 564.

Dockyngton, Thos., letter from, 1030 (21).

Doctor, Mr. See Mablesteyn, Sir J.

Docwra, Martin, 1029 (60).

-, -, Eliz., his wife, 1029 (60).

-, -, Edw., his son, 1029 (60).

-, Sir Thos., late prior of St. John, 806 (p. 380).

Dod, Davie, 96 (2).

-, Dick, 96 (2).

-, Jane, 96 (2).

-, Michael, 96 (2), 160.

-, Renyon, 96 (2), 160.

Dodcott, Chesh., p. 558.

Dodd, Kath., p. 554.

-, (Dode), Robt., 609 (p. 276), 1031 (3).

Doddinghurst (Dodingherst), Essex, g. 831 (25, 82).

Doddyngfysshyng, in Angerton, Lanc., p. 566.

Dodford. See Dadford.

Dodgeson, Robt., p. 552.

Dodmer, Anne, g. 436 (29 p. 170).

-, John, g. 436 (29 p. 170).

-, Mary, g. 436 (29 p. 170).

-, Sir Ralph, alderman, dec., g. 436 (29 p. 170).

-, Ralph, g. 436 (29 p. 170).

Dodyngherste. See Doddinghurst.

Dodyngton, Mary, p. 544.

Dogeson, Agnes, p. 553.

-, Barbara, p. 553.

Dogge, John, p. 544.

Dogs, 544, 1030 (46–7).
-, (bond dogs), 391 (6).
-, (greyhounds), 194, 275, 773, 1030 (20, 27).
-, (masty dogs), 391 (5).
-, (poodles), 194, 275.
-, (spaniels), 391 (6).

Doistfryse (i.e. East Friesland), count. See Emden, count of.

Doket. See Ducket.

Dolingcort, Hugh, 609 (p. 276).

-, Thos., 609.

Dolphin (i.e., Dauphin), the. See Henry.

Doltzic (Dulzike, Dultzuk), Sir John, the Elector of Saxony's marshal, ambassador to England (Jan. 1540), 14 (2) 22n, 80, 642 (1, 2).

Dolyon, Dionysius, a member of Convocation, signature of, 861.

Domerham. See Damerham.

Don. See Donne.

Don, Cornelius, 21.

-, Geoffrey, 609 (p. 275).

Donat, Maurice, M.D., g. 831 (15).

Donatson, Ric., p. 552.

Doncaster, Yorks., White Friars (supp.), prior See Cook, L.

Done. See Donne.

Donemowe. See Dunmow.

Donington, Salop, g. 611 (26).

Donington upon Bain, Linc., g. 942 (118).

Donkyrke. See Dunkirk.

Donkson, John, a refugee in Scotland, 96 (2).

Donmyre. See Dunmeer.

Donne (Don), Sir Edw., g. 733 (13).

-, (Dunne), Gabriel, abbot of Buckfastre, p. 544:—g. 436 (46).

-, (Doone), Sir Griffith, 14 (p. 5).

-, Sir Griffin, g. 282 (61).

-, (Done), Sir John, p. 563:—g. 282 (34), 733 (63).

-, (Doone), Ric., p. 547.

Donnington (Donyngton), near Newbury, Berks, Crossed Friars (supp.) of, p. 544:—g. 733 (9).

-, -, minister or prior. See Whete, H.

-, -, pension list, p. 544.

Donnington (Dughton, Donyngton), Suss., 498 (37).

Donster. See Dunster.

Dont, Robt., 609 (p. 276).

Donwell, Wm., p. 552.

Donwiche. See Dunwich.

Donymeade, in Sidmonton, Hants, g. 611 (43).

Donyngeston, Soms., g. 436 (32).

Donyngton, Wilts. See Dinton.

Donyngton. See Donnington.

Donyngton, —, of Calais, 270.

-, Robt., 609 (p. 276), 622–3.

Doockenar, Nic., p. 546.

Doollyng, Joan, p. 550.

Doone. See Donne.

Dorchester, Dors., 95.

-, free chapel of, g. 1027 (11).

-, gaol of, 95:—g. 144 (20).

-, Grey Friars (supp.), p. 555.

Dore, the Herefordshire river, g. 436 (89).

Dore or Abbey Dore, Heref., g. 436 (89).

-, abbey (supp.) of, g. 436 (89).

-, -, abbot of, g. 436 (89).

Doria, Andrea, Prince of Melfi, the Emperor's admiral in the Mediterranean, 315, 388, 582, 712, 720, 778, 808, 837 (p. 414), 842, 879 (p. 440), 929, 932, 961, 1030 (18 p. 530).

Doria, Jannetin, nephew of Andrea, 837 (p. 414), 842.

Dorking, Surr., g. 733 (48).

Dorlans. See Dourlens.

Dormer, Michael, g. 436 (3).

-, Sir Robt., 14 (p. 5):—g. 282 (66), 436 (3).

-, Wm., 227, 659.

-, -, letter from, 659.

Dormon, John, p. 556.

Dormyll, Nic., 1029 (62).

Dorney, Bucks, 498 (35):—p. 568.

Dorreos, Mons., of the Order of St. John, 522.

Dorrington (Deryngton, Dirrington), Linc., g. 282 (10), 942 (99).

Dorsely, Thos., p. 551.

Dorset or Dorsetshire, g. 436 (73), 1027 (41).

-, commission of peace, g. 831 (34).

-, lands in, 69, 393:—g. 282 (102).

-, sheriff of, g. 144 (2).

-, under sheriff of, 95.

Dorset, Thomas Grey, 2nd marquis of (1501–1530), 498 (iii. c. 79), 560, 1029 (6):—g. 942 (65).

Dorset, Henry Grey, 3rd Marquis of, 14 (p. 5), 18 (pp. 7, 8), 498 (iii. c. 79), 500:—g. 282 (9, 52), 831 (34), 942 (13, 41, 75).

-, -, Act of Parliament for, 498 iii. c. 79.

Dorset, Frances marchioness of. See Frances.

Dossen, John, master smith at Calais, 609 (p. 277).

Doughton, Glouc., g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Douglas, Sir George, brother of the earl of Angus, 217.

Douglas, Lady Margaret, daughter of Angus and Henry VIII.'s sister Margaret queen dowager of Scotland, 21, 138, 996.

Douglas, Hobbe, of Boonjedward, 96 bis.

Doulce. See Le Doulce.

Doulting (Dultyng), Soms., g. 436 (43), 942 (121).

Dounsford. See Dunsford.

Dourlens (Urlaunce, Dorlans, Dorlaunse), in Picardy, 222 (p. 79), 223, 240.

-, letter dated at, 222.

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

-, John, prior of White Friars at Calais, 471:—g. 436 (78).

-, John, pp. 544, 552:—g. 942 (118).

Dover, Kent, 14, 18, 61, 91, 155–6, 196, 202, 269, 334, 449, 469, 537 (p. 240n), 539 (p. 242), 642 (2), 652, 729, 754, 811, 823–4, 1029 (8), 1030 (21, 49).

-, letters dated at, 193, 643, 754, 1030 (32).

-, mayor of, 1030 (21). See Bowle, J.

-, “passengers” of, 449, 729.

-, passage closed, 856.

-, searcher of. See Fleming, Thos.

-, bulwarks at, 323 bis, 502 (2), 754.

-, castle, 196, 323 bis.

-, Act for, 498 (32).

-, Maison Dieu at, master. See Thompson, J.

-, works (on the Harbour) at, “the King's works,” 193, 321, 322 (pp. 130–1), 502 (2), 642 (1, 2), 862, 1016.

-, -, comptroller. See Wingfield, T.

-, -, paymaster. See Aucher, A.

-, -, surveyor of. See Thompson, J.

Dover, bp. suffragan of. See Ingworth, R.

Dowe, Robt., signature of, 506.

Dowes, Henry, letter from, 414.

Dowgelbye, Eliz., p. 552.

Dowman, Chr., g. 733 (42).

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

Downe, Ric., 87 (2):—p. 552.

Downe Ampney. See Ampney.

Downe Hall, in Hatfield Broadoak, Essex, g. 831 (25, 80).

Downeham, Suff. (Denham?), g. 436 (74), 831 (56).

Downe Humfravyle, Devon, 498 iii. c. 79.

Downelande, in St. Osith, Essex, g. 611 (8).

Downer, John, g. 436 (34).

Downes, Geoff., chancellor of York Cathedral, signature of, 861.

-, Wm.,g. 733 (18).

Downey, Vincent, p. 553.

Downham, Essex, g. 282 (89).

Downham, Suff. See Santon Downham.

Downhame, John, p. 548.

-, Wm., p. 550.

Downhamford, Kent, g. 942 (61).

Downhead (Downehed), Soms., 498 iii., c. 78.

Downold, Thos., g. 282 (6).

Downore, Ric., g. 942 (88).

Downs, the, Kent, 14, 18, 321–3, 502 (2), 652, 1030 (21).

Downshill, Heref. See Brounshyll.

Dowson, Marg., p. 552.

Dowty, Thos., letter to, 413.

Dowze, John, 609 (p. 276).

Doylyngham. See Dullingham.

Drake, John, g. 436 (69), 942 (18).

Drakenorth or Drakenworth, in Damerham, Wilts, g. 282 (54).

Dramer, John, 14 (p. 5).

Drane, Johanne, 210.

Draper, Hen., p. 545.

-, John, prior of Christchurch Twynham, bp. of Neapolis (Neapolitane), 139 i. (4):—p. 549.

-, Mich., p. 550.

-, Robt., of the Jewel House, 772, 809 (p. 383).

-, Robt., g. 831 (79).

Draycote park, in Longworth, Berks, g. 831 (24).

Draycott, Ant., a member of Convocation, signature of, 861.

-, Edw., 553 iii.:—p. 555.

-, Sir Ph., pp. 555, 558:—g. 282 (7), 942 (40).

Drayton, Bucks, p. 564:—g. 733 (20).

Drayton, Soms., 498 iii. c. 78.

Drayton, Suss., g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Drayton (Drayghton), Dry-. Camb., g. 611 (30), 613 (1).

Drayton, John, 102 (2):—p. 553.

Drewe, John, p. 567.

Drewry. See Drury.

Dreye, Chr., 210.

Drinker, Jas., p. 548.

Drinkstone (Drynkeston), Suff., g. 436 (31, 58).

Drinkwater, Thos., g. 436 (61).

Driver, John, p. 548.

-, Laur., 749 (2).

Drogheda, in Ireland, 830 (pp. 399, 402):—g. 436 (13), 942 (65).

-, letters dated at, 199, 206, 327, 341.

Droitwich or Wyche, Worc., g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Drover, John, p. 549.

Drowyn, Nic., alien, petition of, 724.

Droyf, —, of Cleves, 80.

Drumfries. See Dumfries.

Drurye, Joan, p. 547.

-, John, alias Bredgar, 352 (1, 2).

-, John, p. 551.

-, (Drewry), Robt., 14 (p. 6):—g. 282 (6), 436 (33).

-, (Drewry), Sir Wm., 14 (p. 6):—g. 282 (6, 116).

Dryburgh (Drysbourg) abbey, in Scotland, 244–7, 637–9, 759, 933 (2), 973–4.

Dry Drayton. See Drayton.

Dryland or Drylond, Dorothy, g. 831 (17).

-, Joan, p. 545.

-, Ric., g. 831 (17).

Drynkeston. See Drinkstone.

Drysbourgh. See Dryburgh.

Duarte, Francisco, letter to, 577.

Du Bellay (Belly, Bellie), John, cardinal, bp. of Paris, 204, 574, 792, 801, 842, 890.

Du Bellay, Wm., sieur de Langey (Langier), his wife, daughter of Madame de Riou, 571.

Du Bies, Oudart (Mons. de Bees, de Bez, de Buise), seneschal of the Boulognois, 34, 207, 435, 529, 697 (p. 326), 781 (p. 369), 795, 1030 (7, 22–30).

-, -, letters from, 1030 (22–30).

-, -, a kinsman of, 795.

Dublin, 226, 441, 498 (58), 594, 775, 815, 830 (p. 400):—g. 942 (65).

-, letters dated at, 74–5, 82–3, 159, 342, 355, 550, 594, 620, 635–6, 649, 654, 659, 668, 815, 849, 912, 959.

-, Castle, 830 (pp. 399, 401).

-, -, constable. See White, Sir J.

-, Christ Church cathedral priory, 959 (2).

-, Holy Trinity cathedral, 913.

-, St. Mary abbey (supp.), 212, 830 (2), 849 (p. 420), 959 (2).

-, St. Patrick's, dean of. See Basnet, E.

Dublin, county of, 649, 654.

Dublin, abp. of. See Browne, Geo.

Dublin, Geo. See Browne, G., abp. of Dublin.

Duchy, the. See Lancaster.

Ducket (Doket), Joan, p. 547.

-, (Dukett), John, p. 552.

-, (Dukette), Ric., g. 612 (14).

Duddeley. See Dudley.

Duddelfolde, Suss., 498 (37).

Duddeston. See Dudstone.

Dudley, Staff., 386.

Dudley, Worc., priory of, cell to Wenlock, 118.

-, -, prior of. See Shrewsbury, Thos.

Dudley (Duddeley), Sir John, the Queen's Master of the Horse, 18 (p. 8), 21, 181, 230, 386, 492, 534n, 617, 1016:—g. 942 (17, 40), 1027 (3).

-, -, letters from, 386, 492.

-, -, Joan his wife, g. 942 (17).

Dudley, lady, 21.

-, Mr. See Sutton, Eo.

-, Andrew, 92:—p. 548.

-, Thos., g. 282 (126).

-, Wm., g. 282 (67–8).

Dudstone (Duddeston) hundred, Glouc., g. 831 (77).

Duffe, Ric., p. 547.

Duffild, Joan, p. 545.

Du Flos, Lamberde, letter from, 571.

Dugdell, Elizeus, p. 551.

Dughton. See Donnington.

Duisseldorpe. See Dusseldorff.

Dukcombe. See Dalcombe.

Duke (Dewke), —, constable of Castle-jordan, 849 (p. 420).

-, Ric., of the Augmentations, p. 559:—g. 282 (11), 942 (113).

-, -, Eliz. his wife, g. 282 (11).

Dukette. See Duckett.

Dullingham (Doylyngham), Camb., g. 613 (1), 942 (43).

Dulonde, Agnes, p. 544.

Dulton. See Dilton.

Dultyng. See Doulting.

Dultzuk or Dulzike. See Doltzic.

Dumfries (Drumfries), in Scotland, 632.

Dummany. See Dalmeny.

Du Mont, Willedort, letter from, 299.

Dun, Mr., 38 (p. 17).

Dunbar, Gavin, abp. of Glasgow, chancellor of Scotland, 32, 114, 148–50, 248 (p. 92), 714.

-, -, his nephew, 148.

Dunboyne, co. Meath, 159.

-, late baron of. See Butler, J.

Duncan, Sir John, rector of Glasgow, 136 ii., 933 (2).

Dundalk, in Ireland, 199, 654, 683, 830 (p. 400)

Dundee, in Scotland, 952.

Dungannon (Dungennaynd, Dungenyn), in Ireland, 199:—g. 942 (80).

-, letter dated at, 897.

Dunkirk (Donkyrke), in Flanders, 184, 287, 507 (p. 224), 539 (p. 241).

-, letter dated at, 126.

Dunmeer (Donmyre) Wood, near Bodmin, Cornw., p. 546.

Dunmow, Essex, 20 (3).

Dunmow (Donemowe) Magna, Essex, g. 831 (25).

Dunmow (Donemowe) Parva, Essex, g. 831 (25, 80).

Dunsford (Dounsford), Surr., 498 (36).

Dunsford, Devon, g. 436 (46).

Dunsley, Yorks., p. 567.

Dunstable, Beds, Black Friars (supp.) of, p. 567.

-, Priory (supp.) of, pp. 553 bis, 565.

-, -, pension list, p. 553.

-, -, prior. See Markham, G.

Dunstall marsh, Norf., g. 942 (18).

Dunstanburgh (Dunstonborow) castle, Nthld., near Embleton, 196.

Dunster, Soms., p. 559.

-, Priory (supp.) of, cell to Bath, pp. 559, 563.

Dunster (Donster), John, pp. 543–4.

Dunstrete-super-Montem, Kent, g. 942 (49).

Dunton, Beds, g. 613 (1), 831 (20).

Dunwich (Dunwyche), Suff., 256:—g. 942 (43 p. 471).

Dunwich (Donwiche), Peter, p. 546.

Du Pont, Peter, Grand Master of the Order of St. John (1534–5), 523.

Durans. See Durham.

Durdaunt, Mrs., 749 (2).

Durham, cathedral priory (supp.) of, pp. 552, 566 (? “Durresham”).

-, -, pension list, p. 552.

-, gaol, g. 942 (20).

Durham, county palatine of, 15, 28.

-, lands in, 691.

Durham, archd. of. See Franklin, W.

Durham, bp. of. See Tunstall, C.

-, bishopric of, 52.

-, -, chancellor of, 382.

Durranne, Wm., g. 611 (12).

Durresham. See Durham.

Durston, Surr., 716.

Dusseldorff (Dissildorf, Duisseldorpe, Dixeldorp), in Germany, 14, 242 (p. 242), 309, 315, 781 (2n), 861 (p. 433).

-, letters dated at, 242–3, 302–3, 309, 800.

Dutch language, 581, 883.

Dutton (Dutten), Eleanor, 93 (2):—p. 551.

-, Fulk, p. 557.

-, Sir Piers, 1029 (43):—g. 282 (34), 733 (63), 942 (57).

-, Wm., p. 546.

Duxford (Duxworthe), Camb., g. 613 (1).

Duxfforde, Nic., p. 550.

Duxworthe. See Duxford.

Duysberg, in Gueldres, 861 (p. 433).

Dwarehows, Ric., g. 611 (25).

Dyer, Jas., p. 561.

-, John, g. 144 (20).

-, Thos., g. 282 (87), 942 (13).

-, Wm., 609 (p. 275):—p. 542 bis.

Dyghton. See Deighton.

Dykenson. See Dickinson.

Dykensone. See Dickenson.

Dykes, Thos., 465 ii.

Dyn, Mr., 456.

Dyners, John, 884.

Dynne, Mr. (qu. Denny? q. v.), 217.

Dysney, Mr., 998.

Dyson, Marg., 110:—p. 550.

Dyte, John, p. 543.



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