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'Index: H', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 15: 1540 (1896), pp. 660-677. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=76190 Date accessed: 22 November 2014.


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Hable. See Havre.

Habrough (Heyburgh), Linc., p. 559:—g. 733 (19).

Habyngton. See Abington.

Haccombsfee, Devon, 498 iii. c. 79.

Hacher, John, g. 144 (5).

Hacker, Eliz., p. 550.

Hackington or St. Stephen's, Kent, p. 560:—g. 942 (61).

Hackness (Hakney), Haknes, Haykenes), Yorks., pp. 565–6.

Hackney (Hackne), Midd., 450, 492, 1006 (p. 499):—g. 1027 (40).

-, letter dated at, 802.

Hacsey, John, p. 549.

Haddeck. See Heideck.

Haddow. See Baddow.

Hadeck. See Heideck.

Hadleigh (Hadley), Essex, g. 144 (2), 831 (63).

Hadleigh Ree, Essex, g. 144 (2).

Hadleighe, Wm., prb. of Canterbury, 452.

Hadley, Kent, 281.

Hadley (Hadlegh) Monachorum or Monken Hadley, Midd., g. 612 (6).

Hadley, John, p. 546.

Haforde. See Hawford.

Hagenau (Haghenaw), in Germany, 781 (2n), 797.

-, letters dated at, 797, 814, 924.

-, Diet of (adjourned from Spires, met 6 June 1540), 720, 732, 780, 790, 797–8, 807, 812, 814, 837–8, 842, 854, 880, 911, 923–4, 932.

-, -, letter from, 924.

-, -, account of proceedings, 923.

-, -, ambassadors to:—
-, Bohemian, 797.
-, French. See Baif, L.
-, Papal legate. See Cervini.
-, Venetian, 797.

-, -, first proposal to the Lutherans, 732.

-, -, -, Faber's disquisition, 732.

-, -, Ferdinand's prosposal to the Catholics, 780.

-, -, -, reply, 780.

-, -, final demand of the Catholics, 924 (p. 456).

-, -, -, reply of the Protestants, 924 (p. 456).

Haggerston (Orgaston), Midd., g. 942 (77).

Haghmond. See Haughmond.

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

Hagneby, Yorks., g. 436 (50), 611 (33).

Hagnet, g. 144 (2).

Hagney, Yorks., g. 436 (50), 611 (33).

Hague (Hay, La Haye), the, in Holland, 932.

-, letters dated at, 928, 931–2, 969.

Hagunfeld, Notts, p. 562.

Hagwormehall, Yorks., p. 565.

Haidegk. See Heideck.

Haigham. See Hougham.

Hailes (Haylys, Hales), Glouc., abbey of, 19, 139 iv.:—pp. 551, 565:—g. 1027 (2).

-, -, abbot. See Sagar, S.

-, -, pension list, 139 iv.:—p. 551.

-, -, the shrine and “blood” of, 19.

-, -, surrender, 139 iv.

Hainault, 1030 (3).

Hake, Thos., p. 549.

Hakes, Boyte, (Boythack, Boytehakes), of Calais, 749 (3), 764, 1014.

Hakforth, Robt., 691.

Haknes. See Hackness.

Hakneys. See Hackness.

Hakynton. See Hackington.

Halden park, Kent, 542.

Hale, Helen, g. 733 (65).

-, Wm., g. 733 (65).

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

Hales, Sir Chr., Master of the Rolls, 31, 378, 488, 645:—p. 555:—g. 613 (11), 831 (47b), 942 (61), 1027 (37).

Hales, Aluettus, p. 544.

-, Geo., clk., g. 144 (17).

-, Jas., serjeant-at-law, g. 1027 (37).

-, Joan, p. 553.

-, John, 553:—g. 942 (111).

-, Ric., g. 942 (75).

Hales abbey. See Hailes.

Halesowen or Hales, Salop and Worc., abbey (supp.) of, g. 144 (2).

Halfnaked. See Halnaker.

Halgate, Robt., g. 831 (73). See Holgate.

Halgt, Thos., g. 282 (19).

Halile (Alyle, Hallelie, Alile), John, of the Jewel House, 181, 772, 809 (p. 383).

Halistone. See Holy Stone.

Haliwell, Herts, g. 282 (123).

Halkett, John, g. 733 (21).

Hall, —, the surveyor's deputy at Calais 948.

-, —, 1030 (55).

-, Agnes, p. 552.

-, Edmund, 296.

-, Eliz., prioress of Arthington, p. 553.

-, Francis, spear of Calais, 609 (p. 276), 749, 1014.

-, Joan, p. 559.

-, (Halle), John, 298:—pp. 546, 551.

-, John, of Otterburn, 465 ii.

-, Kath., p. 543.

-, Leonard, p. 555.

-, (Halle), Ric., 1029 (62):—pp. 544, 549–50, 559.

-, (Haulle), Robt., 609 (p. 275):—p. 554.

-, Thos., 553, 1030 (37–8):—p. 556:—g. 282 (6), 942 (12).

-, -, letters from, 1030 (37–8).

-, -, his wife, 1030 (37).

-, (Haulle), Wm., 353 (3), 609 (p. 275).

Hallam (Halom), John (executed in 1537), 280 (3).

Hallam, Kirk- (Kyrkehalome), Derb., g. 282 (10).

Hallelie. See Halile.

Halle, in Germany, 797.

Hallewosse, 587.

Halley, Edm., p. 546.

-, John, 642 (1, 2).

Halliford (Halughford), Midd., 498 (36).

Hallowes, Edm., p. 552.

Hallow Park, Worc., 173.

Hallwyke, in Thetford, Norf., g. 942 (43).

Hallywell priory. See under London.

Halnaked. See Halnaker.

Halnaker (Halfnaked, Halnaked), Suss., 498 (57):—g. 436 (72).

Halom. See Hallam.

Hals, Geo., g. 733 (17).

-, John, g. 733 (17)

-, Ric., g. 282 (33).

Halsall, Sir Thos., 1028.

Halstede, Ayllot, p. 546.

Halstowe, Kent, g. 942 (49).

Haltemprice (Haltamprice), Yorks., near Hull, g. 831 (33).

-, priory (supp.), p. 565:—g. 831 (33, 54).

Halton, West- (Westhawton), Yorks., p. 561.

Halughford. See Halliford.

Halyngton, John, p. 550.

Halyrudhous. See under Edinburgh.

Halywell. See Holywell.

Halywell. See under London, Holywell.

Halywell, Marg., p. 543.

Halywell Marsh, Essex, g. 282 (56).

Ham (Hame), Bucks, in Waddesdon, g. 611 (7).

Ham (Hanne), in France, 115.

Ham (Hamme), in Westphalia, 242.

-, drossart of, 242.

Ham, Maynard von, of Arnhem, 781 (2).

Ham, East- (Estham), Essex, g. 942 (77).

Ham, West-, Essex, 157.

-, Bretts manor in. See Bretts.

Hambach (in Cleves?), 309.

Hamburg (Hambourgh), 56, 76, 98, 203, 310, 666 (p. 316), 699 (? “Homborch”).

-, letter to the town, 4.

Hambury, Dors., p. 566.

Hamelhamstede. See Hemel Hempsted.

Hamerhall. See Belstead.

Hamerton, Alice, g. 282 (48).

-, Hen., g. 282 (48).

-, Marg., g. 282 (48).

-, Sir Stephen (executed in 1537), 939: —g. 611 (31).

Hames. See Hammes.

Hamford (Hampforde), Dors., g. 613 (33).

Hamilton, Sir James, 634.

-, (Hammiltoun), John, 992.

Hamme. See Ham.

Hamme, Thos., p. 542.

Hammelacye. See Holme Lacy.

Hammerton, Kirk- (Kirkehamerton), Yorks., g. 436 (62).

Hammes (Hames, Hamps) castle, near Calais, 196, 502 (2).

-, lieutenant of. See Grey, Wm. lord.

Hammes pursuivant. See Dethick, G.

Hammiltoun, See Hamilton.

Hammyllcorteland, Berks, g. 282 (44).

Hamon. See Haughmond.

Hamond, Eliz., g. 612 (3).

-, John, p. 559:—g. 612 (3).

-, Robt., p. 550.

Hamp, in Bridgewater, Soms., p. 563.

Hampall. See Hamphall.

Hampden, Sir John, 14 (p. 6).

-, Marg., p. 554.

Hampford. See Hamford.

Hamphall (Hampall) priory (supp.), Yorks., p. 554.

-, pension list, p. 554.

-, prioress. See Arthington, J.

Hampnet, West- (Westhampnett), Suss., 498 (37).

Hampshire, 19, 50, 139:—g. 436 (73).

-, commission of the peace, g. 831 (47a).

-, lands in, 69, 393, 743:—g. 282 (102).

Hampstead Marshall, Berks, g. 436 (85).

Hampthill. See Ampthill.

Hampton. See Southampton.

Hampton, Midd., 498 (36).

Hampton Court, Midd., 289, 306, 313, 334, 370, 401, 422, 469, 477, 543, 642 (2), 666, 900, 901 (p. 447), 917, 925–6, 953 (p. 484), 961, 1014, 1029 (10).

-, letters dated at, 317, 335, 376, 412–13, 463, 470.

-, grants dated at, g. 436 (47, 51, 70, 78, 82–5, 87), 611 (7, 12–15, 18, 19, 22–3), 613 (3), 942 (122), 1027 (4, 11, 13, 14, 18–22, 36).

-, annexation to the honor (Act), 498 (36).

-, Palace of, list of lodgings in, 138.

Hampton or Littlehampton, Suss., 498 (37).

Hampton, John, 61.

Hamwode, Soms. (near Trull?), p. 561.

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

Hanby, Mr., auditor of Augmentations, letter to, 771.

Hanchurch, Staff., g. 611 (5).

Hancock, John, 609.

-, Nic., prior of Christchurch, London, 806 (p. 380).

-, (Hancoke), Thos., p. 549.

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

Hancockes, John, p. 543.

Hancokes, John, p. 549.

Handale or Greendale (Gryndale) nunnery, Yorks., in Lofthouse parish, 431:—p. 561.

-, pension list, 431.

Handbridge (Hundbrige), beside Chester, p. 563.

Hande, Wm., p. 550.

Handley (Hanley), in Ingatestone, Essex, p. 560.

Handley (Hanley), Derb., g. 1027 (17).

Hanforth (Hondford), Chesh., 1028.

Hanger, Beds, g. 613 (1).

Hanging Stone, on the Borders, 94.

Hankes, Hen., p. 550.

Hanley. See Handley.

Hanmer, Matth., p. 561 bis:—g. 612 (10).

Hannam, John, 205.

Hanne. See Ham.

Hanningfield (Hanyngfeld), Essex, g. 282 (89).

Hanningfield, East- (Esthanyngfelde), Essex, g. 282 (89).

Hannington, Hants, 20 (2).

Hanse towns, the, letter from, 855.

Hanssone, Peter, governor of Aggerhus, 1009–10.

-, -, letter to, 1010.

Hantzeler. See Haupeler.

Hanwell, Oxon, g. 436 (29).

Hanworth, Midd., 498 (36 bis).

Hanworth park, Midd., p. 539:—g. 942 (97).

Hanybaulte. See Annebaut.

Hapton, Wm., p. 552.

Hapworth. See Hepworth.

Harbarde. See Herbert.

Harbarley, Ric., p. 550.

Harberde. See Herbert.

Harbert. See Herbert.

Harbledowne (Harbaldowne), Kent, g. 942 (61).

Harbottle (Arbottell), Nthld., 94 (2), 467.

Harburlande, Kent, g. 942 (49).

Harcote. See Harcourt.

Harcourt (Harcote, Harecourte), Sir John, 14 (p. 5):—g. 942 (40).

-, (Harecourte), Sir Simon, g. 282 (7).

Hardcastell, Chr., g. 831 (84).

Harden, Yorks., g. 282 (71).

Harderwick (Hardarvicum, Herderwyke), in Gueldres, 170, 243, 289 (p. 120).

-, letter dated at, 170.

Hardes, Thos., p. 560.

Hardewyke. See Hardwick.

Hardewyke grange, in Worksop, Notts, g. 1027 (27–8).

Harding, John, 609.

Hardingston, Ntht., g. 942 (99, 109).

Hardington, Soms., 689.

Hardwick, Bucks, rector of. See Chauntrell, T.

Hardwick (Hardewyke), Camb., g. 613 (1).

Hardwick (Hardwyke), Glouc., now Elmstone Hardwick, p. 564.

Hardwick (Hardewyke), Oxon, 498 iii. c. 73: —g. 942 (43).

Hardwike or Hardwycke, John, p. 554:—g. 436 (42).

-, Ric., p. 546.

-, Thos., p. 562.

Hardwyke, Notts, in Worksop, g. 942 (99).

Hardye, Jas., g. 282 (71).

Hardyng,, Agnes, p. 550.

-, Clement, g. 733 (46).

-, Nic., g. 282 (6).

Hare, Audrey, daughter of Wm., 498 iii. c. 69.

-, Sir Nicholas, speaker of the Parliament, justice of Chester and Flint (14 Aug. 1540), 289 (p. 120), 291, 322, 1029 (33):—p. 565:—g. 144 (10), 436 (56), 733 (30), 942 (39), 1027 (31–2).

-, -, Katharine, his wife, g. 144 (10).

-, Ralph, of Calais, 460.

-, Ric., 417.

-, Thos., 498 iii. c. 69.

-, Wm., 498 iii. c. 69.

Harecourte. See Harcourt.

Hareford, Wm., p. 549.

Harenhem. See Arnhem.

Harewood, Hants, g. 436 (72).

Harewood, Thos., M.D., 698.

Harfforthe. See Hereford.

Harford. See Harpford.

Hargill, Beatrice, p. 553.

-, Chr., p. 549.

-, John, 391 (4).

-, Wm. and his sons, complaints against, 391.

Hargrave, Suff., g. 436 (74).

Hargrave, Thos., p. 555.

Harington. See Harrington.

Harkenstede, Suff. (qu. Harkstead?), g. 282 (15).

Harkesaye, Jas., p. 552.

Harkstead, Suff., g. 282 (15? “Harkenstede”).

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

Harleston (Harlyston), Clement, g. 144 (1).

Harleton. See Harston.

Harlingfeld. See Haslingfield.

Harlowe, Thos., p. 546.

Harlowe Ryding, Ntht., g. 831 (50).

Harlsey, West- (Westharlesey), Yorks., g. 733 (20).

Harlyston. See Harleston.

Harman, J., 14 (p. 6).

-, (Harmon), John, g. 733 (5).

-, Wm., g. 144 (1).

Harmston (Harmyston), Linc., g. 733 (54).

Harmyston. See Harmston.

Harness or armour, 508, 852 (p. 425), 853 (p. 426), 1031.

Harper (Herpor), Eliz., p. 552.

-, Geo., 14 (p. 6), 498 iii. c. 72, 1029 (32):—p. 540.

-, -, Lucy, his wife, 1029 (32).

-, -, -, letter from, 1029 (32).

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

-, Thos., p. 552.

Harpeswell. See Harpswell.

Harpford alias Harford, Devon, g. 282 (11).

Harpswell (Harpeswell), Linc., g. 733 (44).

Harptree, East- (Estharptre), Soms., g. 436 (80).

Harptree, West- (Westharptre), Soms., g. 436 (80).

Harpyn, Robt., p. 549.

-, Wm., 45, 384.

-, -, his wife, 45, 384.

Harreis. See Harris.

Harreys. See Harris.

Harrington (Haryngton), John, 14 (p. 6):—g. 282 (4).

-, (Harington), Nic., 474.

-, (Haryngton), Thos., g. 942 (96).

Harris (Harres, Harreis), John, 609 (p. 275):—p. 542 bis:—g. 282 (5, 33, 54).

-, John, serjeant-at-law, g. 942 (75).

-, (Harreis), Nic., 749 (2).

-, Ric., master of St. John's hospital in Exeter, p. 545.

-, (Harryce), Ric., 751.

-, Robt., Lisle's servant, 1030 (57).

-, Robt., p. 548.

-, (Harreys), Thos., g. 436 (25).

-, Wm., g. 282 (20).

Harrison, Mr., 524.

-, Eliz., p. 547.

-, Gilb., pp. 547, 555.

-, Jarvis, 609.

-, Joan, p. 554.

-, (Harrysoune, Herryson), John, pp. 546–7, 555.

-, Ric., abbot of Kirkstead (executed in 1537), 939 (p. 465).

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

-, Thos., 859:—p. 554.

-, (Harrysoune), Wm., abbot of Alnwick, p. 551.

-, Wm., p. 557.

Harrisshebanks, Lanc., g. 611 (13).

Harrold (Herwold, Harwolde), Beds, nunnery (supp.) of, pp. 556, 558 bis:—g. 436 (9), 831 (16).

Harrolde, John, p. 543.

Harrope, John, g. 436 (10).

Harryce. See Harris.

Harry Yong, Ric., of the Mint, g. 942 (63).

Harsfeld. See Hasfield.

Harstoft, Derb., g. 733 (66).

Harston alias Harleton, Camb., g. 613 (1), 831 (7).

Harstus, Charles, ambassador from Cleves (sent in Feb. 1540), 242 (p. 86), 243, 302, 309, 389, 519, 735, 801, 844, 901, 976, 991.

Hart (Herte), Alice, p. 545.

-, Jocosa, p. 550.

-, (Hert), Sir Percival, 14 (p. 6):—g. 282 (15).

-, (Herte), Ric., canon of Bruton, 1030 (39):—p. 543.

-, -, letter from, 1030 (39).

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

Hartcastell, Chr., g. 831 (84).

Hartest (Hartyst, Herthurst), Suff., g. 282 (116).

Hartford. See Hertford.

Hartforde, bp. of. See Hereford.

Hartforde, earl of. See Hertford.

Hartland abbey (supp.), Devon, p. 563.

Hartland (Hartelond), John, 49:—p. 553.

-, (Harteland, Hertland), Thos., 24:—p. 548.

Hartlebury (Hertilburye), Worc., g. 831 (64), 1027 (46).

-, rector of. See Garrett, T.; Bellasis, A.

Hartwell (Hertwell), Ntht., p. 540.

Hartyst. See Hartest.

Harvel, Edmond, English agent at Venice, letters from, 46, 104, 349, 369: — App. 2.

Harvel, John, brother of Edmond, 349.

Harvey or Harvy, Alex., a Scot, 136 ii., 248 (pp. 89, 92).

-, (Harvie), Anth., pp. 563, 565:—g. 436 (73).

-, Edm., 14 (p. 5):—g. 942 (94).

-, Hugh, p. 544.

-, John, vicar of Isleworth, 840.

-, Ric., g. 282 (96).

-, Thos., g. 282 (4).

Harward, Alice, p. 550.

Harwiche, John, p. 542.

Harwode. See Harwood.

Harwolde. See Harrold.

Harwood (Harwod), Little-, Lanc., g. 831 (12).

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

Harydge. See Hayridge.

Haryngton. See Harrington.

Haschar. See Hawsker.

Haschenperge, Stephen à, g. 942 (108).

Haselby. See Aislaby.

Haseley, Joan, p. 546.

Hasfield (Harsfeld), Glouc., p. 564.

Hasilor (Hassellore) hundred, Dors., g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Hasilrigge, Lucy, p. 546.

Haslebury (Hasylbere), Dors. (?), 95.

Haslingfield (Haslingfeld), Camb., g. 613 (1), 831 (7).

Hassall, Ric., of the Welsh Council, 398:—g. 282 (34–5), 733 (63), 942 (39, 40).

Hastingleigh (Hastyngleight), Kent, letter dated at, 454.

-, rector of. See Saunderson, T.

Hastings, Suss., 598 ii.

Hastings, Francis lord, son of the earl of Huntingdon, 14, 900.

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

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

-, John, earl of Pembroke (14th century), g. 144 (2).

Hasylbere. See Haslebury.

Hasylwood, John, g. 282 (20), 942 (12).

Hatcliff (Hattelyffe), Marg., p. 547.

-, Thos., g. 282 (118).

Hateley, Robt., p. 553.

Hatfield, Herts, g. 1027 (25).

Hatfield (Haytfeld, Hatfelde), Yorks., p. 557–8.

Hatfield Broad-Oak, alias Hatfield Regis or King's Hatfield, Essex, g. 611 (1), 733 (24), 831 (25, 60, 80).

-, priory (supp.) of, 806:—g. 831 (60), 831 (80), 942 (19).

Hatfield Grange, Notts, g. 942 (70).

Hatfield (Hatfylde), John, p. 550.

Hatford (Hawtforde), Berks, p. 541.

Hatley, East- (Esthatley), Camb., g. 613 (1).

Hatley, Edm., g. 282 (91).

Haton. See Hayton.

Hattelyffe. See Hatcliff.

Hatter, Wm., g. 1027 (5).

Hattom (“preses in Hattom”), 861 (2).

Haughmond (Hamon, Haghmond), Salop, abbey (supp.) of, 360:—pp. 547, 566:—g. 611 (26).

-, -, abbot. See Corvesar, T.

-, -, pension list, p. 547.

Haughton, Lanc. See Houghton.

Haughton le Skerne, Dham., parson of. See Tunstall, J.

Haukyn, John, g. 942 (71).

Haukyns. See Hawkins.

Haulle. See Hall.

Haunce, John, 609 (p. 275).

Haupeler (Hantzeler in Vol. xiv.), drossart of Myller, in the train of Anne of Cleves, 80.

Haurlogier, Bastien le. See Lesney, S.

Havard, Thos., mayor of Hereford, g. 942 (11).

-, Thos., g. 282 (7), g. 942 (39).

Haverfordwest (Herford West), in Wales, 562 (2).

Haverholme, Linc., priory (supp.) of, p. 556:—g. 733 (54, 66), 831 (18), 942 (99, 118).

Havering, Essex, g. 144 (1).

Havering Well, Essex, near Romford, g. 144 (1).

Haversham. See Hersham.

Havre (Hable) de Grace, in Normandy, 778, 904, 949.

Havyr, Ric., alias Stondon, 806.

Haward, Mrs. See Howard, Kath.

-, Thos., g. 282 (35).

Hawarden, co. Flint, g. 613 (29).

Hawe, Glouc., in Tirley, p. 564.

Hawestede. See Hawstead.

Hawford (Haforde), Philip, alias Ballard, abbot of Evesham, 118:—p. 550.

Hawkesbury, Ric., prior of Penwortham, 118.

Hawkesburye, Ric., p. 550.

Hawkesley (Hawxeley), Geo., p. 555.

Hawkesworthe. See Hawksworth.

Hawking, Kent, near Folkstone, p. 560.

Hawkins (Haukyns), Jas., 749 (2).

-, Thos., 92, 393 (2):—pp. 548, 554.

-, Wm., of Calais, 498 (p. 217).

-, Wm., of Plymouth, 426.

Hawks and hawking, 248 (p. 93), 413, 449, 927, 983.
-, falcons, 575, 1030 (24):—App. 1.
-, goshawks, 217, 857, 1030 (20).
-, lanners, 1030 (11).
-, Scottish falconers, 575.

Hawks' eggs, stealing (Act), 498 (6).

Hawksworth (Hawkesworthe), Yorks., p. 561.

Hawksworth or Hawkesworthe, Anne, p. 561.

-, Thos., 749 (2).

Hawkwood, Kent, 839.

Hawley, Thos., Clarencieux king of arms, 10.

Hawlyng, Ric., p. 548.

Hawnsley, John, p. 553.

Hawsker (Haschar), Yorks., p. 567.

Hawson, Robt., g. 942 (99).

Hawstead (Hawestede), Suff., g. 282 (116).

Hawte, Alan, g. 612 (3).

Hawtforde. See Hatforde.

Hawton, Robt., 806 (p. 380).

Hawtrye, Edw., 1029 (68).

Hawxeley. See Hawkesley.

Hawxsey. See Haxey.

Hay, the. See Hague.

Hay, George, secretary to James V., 933 (1, 2), 973.

-, -, instructions for, 933 (2).

-, Thos., a Scot at Rome, 148.

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

Haycroft, Wm., mayor of Winchester, g. 282 (27).

Haydok, Robt., g. 611 (11).

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

Haydyng. See Hesdin.

Hayen, John, g. 942 (63).

Hayes (Heys), Cornelius, goldsmith, 642, 809, 862 bis.

Haykenes. See Hackness.

Haynes, Morant, 764, 1014.

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

Haynes. See also Heynes.

Haynys. See Heynes.

Hayridge (Harydge) hundred, Devon, g. 611 (50).

Haytesbury. See Hungerford, lord, of H.

Haytfeld. See Hatfield.

Hayton (Haton), Yorks., 1029 (9).

Haywarde (Heywarde), John, p. 544.

-, Kath., p. 543.

Haywood, Devon, pp. 563, 565.

Haywood, Margery, p. 554.

-, (Haywode), Thos., p. 542.

Haxey (Hawxsey), Linc., g. 733 (44).

Heacham (Heccham), Norf., 498 iii. c. 73.

Headcorn (Hedcron), Kent, g. 942 (36, 120).

Heade, Robt., p. 543.

Headington (Heydington), Oxon, g. 144 (2).

Headlam (Hedelem), near Gainsford, Dham., g. 611 (18).

Healaugh (Helaugh) and Healaugh Park, Yorks., g. 436 (50), 611 (33).

-, priory (supp.) of, g. 436 (50), 611 (33).

Hearynge, Wm., p. 551.

Heath (Heith, Hethe), Nicholas, King's almoner, archd. of Stafford, bp. of Rochester (3 April 1540), 14 (p. 5), 424, 451, 500, 758, 826 (5, 19, 20, 23), 860–1, 921:—g. 436 (91), 611 (15).

-, -, signature of, 861.

-, -, consecration of, 424.

-, -, his oath, 451.

Heath (Heth), Nic., prior of Lenton (executed in 1539), 939 (p. 465):—g. 282 (55), 612 (20), 733 (40), 942 (102).

-, (Hethe), Thos., 92:—p. 548.

Heathfelton (Hethfelton), Dors., g. 1027 (23).

Heavitree (Hevytre), Devon, g. 613 (44).

Hebden, Constance, p. 552.

Heccham. See Heacham.

Heckingham (Hekyngham), Norf., g. 1027 (35).

Heckys. See Hicks.

Hed, Sir, 760.

Hedcrone. See Headcorn.

Hedgdale, Kent, g. 436 (45).

Hedgesett. See Hessett.

Hedington, Edw., 99.

Hedley, Andrew, priest, 592.

-, (Hedle), Thos., 106.

Hegsett, Robt., p. 546.

-, Thos., p. 546.

Heideck (Heydecke, Haddeck, Hadeck), Baron Georgius von, of Brandenburg, 117, 666, 854:—g. 144 (15).

-, -, letter from, 854.

-, -, annuity for, g. 144 (15).

-, (Haidegk), John lord of, App. 6.

Heidelberg, in Germany, 243, 666:—App. 6.

Heigham. See Higham.

Heilly (Ely), M. de, brother of Madame d'Estampes, 115.

Heith. See Heath.

Heithcott, Robt., p. 554.

Helaugh. See Healaugh.

Held, Matthias, Chancellor of the Empire, 388.

Helffenstain, Count, App. 6.

Helford, Sir John, g. 282 (34), 733 (63).

Heliar (Hellyear, Helyard), John, late rector of Warblington (attainted in 1539), an exile, master of the English hospital at Rome, 721, 989 (p. 465).

Heliarde. See Hilliard.

Hellin, Anthoine sieur de, French ambassador in Flanders, 169, 189, 258, 573, 582 (p. 260?), 796, 812, 837.

-, -, letters from, 169, 189.

-, -, instructions for, 573.

Hellifield (Helyfeld), Yorks., g. 436 (18).

Hellingley (Helynglee), Suss., g. 282 (58).

Hellyear. See Heliar.

Helmdon (Helmenden), Ntht., g. 831 (85).

Helmenden. See Helmdon.

Helmsley (Helmysley), Yorks., pp. 557bis, 558.

Helmysley. See Helmsley.

Helperbye, John, p. 546.

Helsingborg (Elsinburg), in Sweden, letter to the town, 165.

Helton, Joan, p. 544.

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

Helyard, John. See Heliar.

Helyarde. See Hilliard.

Helyer, Thos., p. 543.

Helyfeld. See Hellifield.

Helynglee. See Hellingly.

Hely Okarrell. See Ely.

Helysands or Helyslands, Devon, g. 611 (12).

Helzerd. See Hilliard.

Hemburyford, Devon, g. 733 (17).

Hemel Hempstead (Hemyll Hampsted, Hamelhamstede), or Hampsted Bury, Herts, g. 733 (43), 831 (89).

Hemingborough (Hemyngburgh), Yorks., g. 831 (9).

Hemington, Ntht., g. 436 (52).

Hemington, Soms., 689.

Hemmesworth, Steph., p. 554.

Hemmynge, Thos., g. 282 (61, 95–6).

Hemmyngforde, Wm., p. 547.

Hempnall (Hempnale), Norf., g. 942 (43 p. 471).

Hemprowar. See Emperor.

Hempstedburye. See Hemel Hempstead.

Hemyll. See Hemel.

Henbury, Chesh., 1028 (p. 511).

Henbury, (Henbierie), John, 609 (p. 275), 1029 (19).

Hendeley. See Henley.

Henden, near Hever, Kent, g. 611 (22).

Henden, Thos., p. 548.

Hendfeld, Suss., g. 1027 (30).

Hendle. See Henley.

Hendred (Henrede), Berks., g. 282 (81).

Hendred, East - (Esthenred), Berks, g. 733 (9).

Heneage. See Henneage.

Hengrave, Suff., g. 436 (74).

Henhurst, Kent, near Gravesend, p. 540.

Henley in Arden, Warw., 410.

Henley, Thos., 609.

-, (Hendle, Hyndley, Hendley, Hendeley), Walter, solicitor of the Augmentations, attorney of Augmentations, (18 March 1540), 14 (p. 5), 28 (2), 36, 44 (2), 52, 62 (2), 87 (2), 93 (2), 102 (2), 111 (2), 139 (2), 378, 452, 474, 498 (iii, c. 72), 631:—pp. 539, 560:—g. 144 (1), 613 (21), 831 (44), 942 (51), 1027 (37).

-, -, signature of, 28 (2), 36, 44 (2), 52, 62 (2), 87 (2), 93 (2), 102 (2), 111 (2), 474, 631.

Henlow (Hennelowe), Beds, g. 613 (1).

Henneage (Hyneg), Sir Thomas, chief gentleman of the Privy Chamber, 10, 14 (p. 5), 138, 229, 291, 347, 445, 538, 560, 825, 850 (1, 8), 860 (p. 430), 861 (2), 917, 967:—pp. 539, 567:—g. 282 (19), 611 (32), 613 (46), 942 (118).

-, -, letter from, 538.

-, -, deposition by, 850 (8), 861 (2, 3).

-, -, signature of, 967.

-, -, Katharine, his wife, g. 611 (32), 942 (118).

Henneage, Lady, 21.

-, (Heneage), George, archd. of Taunton, 772, 860–1, 921.

-, -, signature of, 861 bis.

-, George, 642 (1, 2).

-, (Hennege), John, 553, 772:—g. 282 (19), 942 (118 pp. 479–80).

-, -, Anne, his wife, g. 942 (118 pp. 479–80).

-, (Hennage), Robt., 802.

-, (Hennege), Thos., 553.

Hennelowe. See Henlow.

Hennyngham, Alice, widow of Sir John, g. 282 (69).

-, Ant., g. 282 (69.)

-, Sir John, dec., g. 282 (69).

Henox, —, 241.

Henry II., King, 770.

Henry V., King, 504.

Henry VII., King, 503, 833, 938.

Henry VIII., personal notices, 10, 14 passim, 16, 18, 22–3, 31, 33, 38 (p. 15), 56, 63, 65, 97, 114, 122, 135, 154–6, 168–9, 171–2, 178–9, 189, 229–30, 243, 269, 281, 289, 291, 295, 306, 313, 317, 334–5, 339, 347, 355, 370, 382, 385, 401, 411–12, 414, 422, 425, 429, 438, 442, 445, 468–9, 471, 485–6, 498 (59, 60), 508, 527, 534, 544 (p. 247), 558, 560 (1, 3), 606, 617, 629, 650 (2) 651–2, 657, 678, 686–7, 697, 707, 719, 726, 737, 750 iv., 751, 758, 765–6, 785, 787, 804, 809, 817, 821–3, 847–8, 850 passim, 856, 860–1, 875, 877, 888–90, 901–2, 904–6, 908–9, 911, 916, 921, 925–6, 929, 932, 940, 953–4, 976, 981–2, 985, 991, 995–6, 1000–1, 1003, 1008, 1012, 1015, 1018, 1021, 1029 (21, 29, 32, 42, 51, 54, 59, 64):—App. 2, 6, 7.

-, letters from, 79, 145, 233–4, 251, 376, 413, 441, 459, 463, 473, 536–7, 658, 723, 735, 801, 805, 828–9, 833, 836, 865, 873, 881, 883, 908, 925, 930, 983, 988–90:—App. 1.

-, letters to, 38, 74, 147, 161, 199, 222–3, 231, 239, 242, 248, 253, 264, 279, 309–10, 320, 327, 337, 341, 344, 377, 455, 460, 482, 509, 519, 530, 547, 582, 593, 596, 619, 621, 635, 665, 673, 703, 778, 792–3, 795, 797, 799, 811, 814, 823–4, 841–2, 845, 854–5, 857, 862–3, 870, 172, 874, 877, 885, 890–1, 897, 904, 912, 915, 918–19, 927, 931, 940–1, 955, 961, 970, 1030 (2).

-, handwriting of, 499 (1, 2), 822 (3), 825, 826 (22–3).

-, character of, 954.

-, visits his children, 334.

-, the Pope' censures, &c., upon, 401, 793.

-, his marriage with Jane Seymour, 280 (2).

-, his marriage with and divorce from Anne of Cleves, 68, 79, 132, 134, 179, 264, 310, 854, 856, 886, 890, 925 (p. 457), 932. See also under Anne.

-, his marriage with Katharine Howard, 901–2.

-, rumour of his death, 794.

-, poem addressed to, 143.

-, his tomb, 642, 862.

-, his household, 195 bis, 321–2, 944.

-, -, -, estimate for, 599.

-, -, -, taking recognisances in g. 1027 (7).

-, titles of high officers of State, 1026.
-, Household and other officers:—
-,-, Almoner. See Heath, N.
-,-, -, rumoured appointment of Dr. Barnes, 792 ii.
-,-, armoury, 599 (2, 3).
-,-, -, estimates for, 599 (2, 3).
-,-, -, master of, 599 (2).
-,-, cellar, g. 612 (8).
-,-, Chancellor of the Exchequer, 541. See Cromwell, Thos.; Baker, Sir John.
-,-, Chapel Royal, g. 733 (7).
-,-, chaplains, 10, 14 (p. 5)
-,-, chief baron of the Exchequer. See Lister, Sir Ric.
-,-, clerk of the Closet. See Layton, E.
-,-, clerk of the King's ships. See Spert, Sir T.
-,-, clerks of the Signet, g. 611 (17).
-,-, cofferer, 599. See Pekham, E.
-,-, -, Act for, 498 (33).
-,-, coffer maker, 809 (p. 383).
-,-, comptroller of Household. See Kingston, Sir W.
-,-, comptroller of the Mint. See Mewtas. Peter.
-,-, comptroller of works, 1029 (10). See Martin, Thos.
-,-, cook. See Le Doulce, P.; Bricket, J.
-,-, esquires for the Body, pp. 540–1:—g. 282 (51, 55), 436 (68), 611 (31).
-,-, footmen, g. 613 (25).
-,-, French secretary. See Soulemont, T.
-,-, general surveyors, 354.
-,-, gentlemen pensioners. See Pensioners.
-,-, gentlemen ushers, 138:—g. 733 (57). See Norres, J.; Hopton, E.
-,-, Great Master of the Household. See Suffolk, duke of.
-,-, groom of the longbows, g. 436 (15), 733 (16).
-,-, groom of the Robes. See Gates, J.
-,-, grooms of the Chamber, g. 282 (12).
-,-, Guard, the, 10, 14 (p. 5), 18 (p. 8), 173, 323, 446, 802:—p. 540:—g. 282(74), 436 (4, 12), 611 (48, 50), 942 (60, 91.)
-,-, -, -, captain. See Wingfield, Sir A.
-,-, gunners, 438.
-,-, -, master of, 438.
-,-, harbingers, 996.
-,-, henchmen (henxmen), 642.
-,-, high chamberlain of England, 540–1. See Cromwell, Thos.
-,-, justice of forests beyond Trent, 541. See Cromwell, Thos.
-,-, King's attorney. See Baker, J,
-,-, King's Serjeants at law, g. 942 (9).
-,-, knights of the Body, g. 733 (6, 30).
-,-, Latin secretary. See Vannes, P.
-,-, Marshal of the Hall, g. 733 (34).
-,-, master carpenter. See Clement. W.
-,-, master of the Horse, 10. See Browne, Sir A.
-,-, Master of the Jewels. See Williams, Sir J.
-,-, Master of the Toils. See Brian, Sir F.
-,-, Mint, 791:—g. 942 (63).
-,-, -, assay of silver, 791.
-,-, -, indenture for coinage, 791 (3).
-,-, -, keeper of the exchange. See Browne, J.
-,-, -, masters. See Rowlett, R.; Bowes, M.
-,-, -, account of weight coined, 791 (2).
-,-, Ordnance, 195–6, 412, 502 (2), 935.
-,-, -, master of, 195. See Morice, Sir C.
-,-, -, book of, 196.
-,-, page of the Chamber, g. 436 (40).
-,-, page of the Robes, g. 942 (110).
-,-, paymaster of works. See Lord, R.
-,-, Pensioners, the, (fifty gentlemen, spears, “hundred gentlemen,” &c.), 10, 14 (p. 5), 179, 195 bis, 217, 321–2.
-,-, -, -, captain of. See Browne, Sir A.
-,-, -, -, clerk of the check, 321–2.
-,-, -, -, lieutenant of, 10, 321–2. See Page, Sir R.
-,-, -, -, list, 14 (p. 5).
-,-, -, -, standard bearer, 321–2.
-,-, physicians, 825. See Owen, Dr.; Cromer N. and W.; Butts, Wm.; Augustinis, A. de.
-,-, Printer. See Berthelet, T.
-,-, Privy Chamber, 10, 14 (pp. 4, 5), 1029 (40n):—pp. 539–41:—g. 612 (10, 11), 613 (30, 46)
-,-, -, list, 14 (p. 5).
-,-, Privy Seal, 553.
-,-, -, clerks of the, 642 (2).
-,-, Privy Seal, lord, 486, 541. See Cromwell, T.
-,-, Robes (see also Wardrobe), list o apparel, 900.
-,-, saddler. See Acton, R.
-,-, secretaries, 737.
-,-, secretaries of State, 437. See Wriothesley Sir T.; Sadler, R.
-,-, serjeant of the Cellar, g. 282 (16).
-,-, serjeant of the Hawks. See Kingston, A
-,-, serjeant at arms, 10:—p. 556:—g. 282 (51, 65, 81), 733 (49), 942 (60).
-,-, -, list, g. 942 (60).
-,-, servants, p. 539.
-,-, sewers of the Chamber, pp. 539, 541:—g. 282 (87), 942 (101–2).
-,-, his two signets, 437.
-,-, spicery, p. 541.
-,-, stable, the, p. 541:—g. 436 (65).
-,-, studs, 410.
-,-, surveyor of liveries. See Hynde, J.
-,-, surveyors of works, 1029 (10).
-,-, treasure, 631.
-,-, treasurer of the Chamber, 599 (2). See Tuke, Sir B.
-,-, treasurer of the Household. See Cheyney, Sir T.
-,-, treasurer of Tenths. See Gostwick, J.
-,-, treasurers, 321.
-,-, ushers of the Chamber (see also yeomen ushers), p. 540.
-,-, vicar general or vicegerent, 486. See Cromwell, T.
-,-, -, appeal to, 1029 (12).
-,-, vice-chamberlain. See Wingfield, Sir A.
-,-, Wardrobe or Great Wardrobe, 17, 642, 686, 862 bis,:—g. 436 (40), 612 (11), 942 (83).
-,-, -, letter dated, 1029 (68).
-,-, -, inventory at Westminster, 686.
-,-, -, keeper. See Windsor, lord.
-,-, yeoman of the Bottles, p. 541.
-,-, yeomen of the Crown, p. 539:—g. 144 (2), 282 (54), 612 (9).
-,-, yeomen of the Guard. See above, Guard.
-,-, yeoman purveyor of wines, g. 733 (38).
-,-, yeomen ushers, p. 539.

Henry, dauphin of France, (“the Dolphin, Dalphino”), son of Francis I., afterwards King Henry II., 38 (p. 17), 98, 100, 115, 121–2, 184 (2), 222, 224, 233 (p. 83), 285, 315, 357, 412, 459, 462, 480, 543 (pp. 244–6), 544, 704, 812.

Henry. Sir. See White, H.

Hensley, Maud, 1030 (68).

Henson, John, g. 942 (18).

Henton. See Hinton.

Henwick (Henwyke), Berks, near Thatcham, g. 282 (44).

Henwood, Warw., near Solihull, g. 282 (110).

-, nunnery (supp.) of, g. 282 (110).

Henyngs. See Hevenynges.

Hepworth (Hapworth), Suff., g. 436 (31).

Herald, David, of Scotland, 575.

Herbert, lord, 14.

-, (Harbert), Mrs., 21.

-, John, p. 563.

-, (Herberd, Harberde, Harbarde), Philip, servant to lord Lisle, 365, 478–9, 495 v., 507 (2), 539 (p. 242), 727, 749 (2).

-, -, depositions of, 479.

-, Sir Ric., dec., 494.

-, Walter, 129, 146.

-, -, depositions touching, 146.

-, (Harbard), Wm., 14 (p. 5):—p. 550.

Herce, John, p. 544.

Herderwyke. See Harderwick.

Hereford (Herford, Harfforthe), 280, 688:—p. 562.

-, mayor of. See Havard, T.

-, Black Friars (supp.), 802:—p. 563.

-, Castle, g. 144 (20).

-, Cathedral of, 1029 (41).

-, -, jewels sold out of, 1029 (41).

-, -, dean. See Clifton, G.

-, gaol of, 475, 562 (2):—g. 942 (11).

-, Grey Friars, pp. 562, 567.

Hereford, archdeacon of. See Boothe, J.

Hereford, bp. of. See Skipp, J.

Hereford (Hartforde), bpric. of, 424 (p. 163), 642:—g. 942 (21), 1027 (21).

Herefordshire, 308:—g. 831 (39), 942 (115).

-, commission of peace, g. 942 (39).

-, lands in, 102.

-, sheriff, 562 (2). See Lister, Sir M.

Heresy and heretics (see also Sacramentaries and Anabaptists), 31, 38 (p. 16), 161, 169, 249, 281, 345, 361–2, 406–9, 411, 414, 418, 429, 471, 473, 498 (i. 58–60, ii. c. 49), 714, 737, 787, 859, 916 (p. 454), 933, 953–4, 981, 1017, 1025, 1029 (47), 1030 (14):—App. 3.

-, list of heresies, 498 (p. 217).

Herforde, Laur., p. 542.

Herman, Ric., g. 436 (10).

-, Thos., g. 612 (7).

Hermitage bulwark (Th'ermitage), near Tilbury, Essex, 323 bis.

Hern (Horne), Hants, p. 564.

Herodes. See Rhodez.

Heron, Chr., brother of Giles, 1004, 1008, 1011.

-, Giles (attainted and executed in 1540), 438–9, 450, 492, 498 (i. 156, ii. c. 49), 598, 806 (p. 380), 939 (p. 465), 1004, 1006 (p. 499), 1008.

-, -, attainder of, 498 (56).

-, -, brethren of, 1011.

-, Hen., brother of Giles, 1004, 1008, 1011.

-, John, bastard brother of Giles, 1006 (p. 499), 1008, 1011.

-, John, son of Giles, letter from, 450.

-, John, of Chipchase, keeper of Tynedale and Reedsdale, 57, 85, 94, 106–7, 119–20, 319, 362, 432, 438 (2), 465, 467, 570, 598, 618, 630, 984, 987, 1008, 1012, 1018.

-, -, letters from, 57, 467, 570.

-, -, letters to, 85, 106, 319.

-, -, his retinue or garrison, 319, 362, 467.

-, John, of Bockenfield, 85.

-, John, cousin of Chipchase, 57.

-, Robt., p. 544.

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

-, Thos., son of Giles, letter from, 450.

Herpor. See Harper.

Herring time, 478, 495 iii., 608, 609 (pp. 277–8, 281–3).

Herring (Heringe), Wm., alias Cranbrook, 359 (1, 2).

Herron. See Heron.

Herryson. See Harrison.

Hersham (Haversham), Surr., g. 733 (48).

Herste, Nic., 452.

Hert. See Hart.

Herte. See Hart.

Hertford, 241:—g. 1027 (25).

-, letter dated at, 241.

-, Castle, g. 144 (20).

-, the Trinity, g. 1027 (25).

Hertford (Hartforde), Sir Edw. Seymour, earl of, lord Beauchamp, brother of Queen Jane, 1, 14 (p. 5), 205, 498 iii. c. 78, 500, 966, 984, 986–7, 1030 (13):—g. 282 (9), 942 (13), 1027 (7).

-, -, Act of Parliament for, 498 iii. c. 78.

-, -, Katharine, late wife of, 498 iii. c. 78.

Hertford (Hartford), Anne countess of, wife of the preceding, 18, 498 iii. c. 78.

Hertford, Felicia, letter from, 1029 (33).

Hertfordshire, g. 1027 (41).

-, commission of peace, g. 282 (61).

-, lands in, 69, 393.

-, sheriff of, 241.

Herthurst, alias Hartest, q. c.

Hertland. See Hartland.

Hertwell. See Hartwell.

Herward Stock. See Stock.

Herwold. See Harrold.

Hesdin (Haydyng), in Artois, 207, 232 (p. 79), 240, 457.

Hesketh, Barth., 1028.

Hesse (Exen), Philip, landgrave of, Elector, 76, 123, 145 (p. 55), 188, 233, 242 (pp. 85–6), 243, 310 (pp. 125–6), 315, 388, 390, 448, 530 (p. 237), 589, 642 (1,2), 666 (p. 316), 797, 811, 814, 837, 842, 951, 956.

-, -, his envoy to England, See Ambassadors.

-, -, his wife divorced, 956.

Hesset or Hedgesett, Suff., g. 436 (31, 58), 942 (15).

Heth or Hethe. See Heath.

Hetherington, Robt., 219.

Hethfelton. See Heathfelton.

Hevenynges (Henyngs) nunnery (supp.), in Lea, near Gainsborough, p. 545:—g. 611 (32), 733 (54).

-, pension list, p. 545.

-, prioress of. See Sandford, J.

Hever, Kent, g. 436 (59), 611 (22).

Hevingham, Norf., g. 436 (59), 613 (8).

Hevytre. See Heavitree.

Hew, —, 1029 (9).

Hewes. See Hughes.

Hewet, Geo., 609 (p. 275).

-, Jas., 153.

-, (Hewette, Hayed), Robt., 153:—pp. 548, 549 bis.

-, (Hayed), Thos., p. 551:—g. 942 (37).

Hewgill, Eliz., p. 552.

Hewish (Huyshe), Dors., g. 282 (90).

Hewthwaite, Joan, p. 552.

Hewys. See Hughes.

Hexam. See Hexham.

Hexham (Hexam), —, 1016.

Hexhamshire, Nthld., 467.

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

Heybourne, Thos., 465 ii.

Heyburgh. See Habrough.

Heydecke. See Heideck.

Heydington. See Headington.

Heydon, Hen., g. 282 (61, 96).

-, Jeremy, g. 942 (86).

-, Sir John, 1029 (49):—g. 282 (6).

-, Wm., g. 282 (96).

Heyford, Over- (Overhayford), Oxon, g. 282 (109).

Heyghmongrove, Hunts, g. 436 (20).

Heygrove, Soms., g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Heynes (Haynes), Simon, dean of Exeter, 860–1, 921.

-, -, signature of, 861.

-, (Haynys), Wm., a member of Convocation, signature of, 861.

Heyre, Wm., g. 436 (89).

Heys. See Hayes.

Heyster, Robt., g. 613 (23).

Heywarde. See Hayward.

Heywoode manor, Hants, 20 (2).

Hibbarde, John, p. 545.

Hibbolde, Wm., p. 548.

Hichyn, Robt., p. 550.

Hickemans, Thurstan, p. 544.

Hicklyngham, John, p. 546.

Hickman, Thos., LL.B., 806.

Hicks (Heckys, Hyckys), Robt., 689 (3)

Hide. See Hyde.

Hideman, Wm., g. 436 (75).

Hiegham. See Higham.

Hieghfeld. See Highfylde.

Hieman, Humph., p. 549.

Hierome. See Jerome.

Hiett, Simon, g. 282 (63).

Higdon, Brian, dean of York (died 1539), 1029 (9).

Higforde, John, g. 282 (110).

Higgeley. See Highley.

Higgens, Margery, p. 554.

Higginbotham, John, g. 733 (18).

Higgons, Wm., g. 831 (87).

Higham (Hiegham, Heigham), Kent, g. 436 (61), 942 (49),

-, bulwark at, 196, 323 bis, 502 (2).

Higham, Suff., g. 611 (8).

Higham Benstede, Essex, 806 (pp. 380–1).

Higham, Clement, g. 282 (6),

-, Mary, g. 733 (24).

-, (Heigham), Ric., 14 (p. 6):—pp. 539, 562:—g. 282 (20), 613 (38), 733 (24), 831 (35).

High Bavyer. See Bavaria.

Highden (Hyden), near Washington, Suss., g. 613 (11, 12).

Highfylde (Hieghfeld), John, 608 (3, 4 iii.).

Highhall, in Walthamstow, Essex, 806 (p. 380).

High Hall, Essex, g. 611 (8).

Highley (Higgeley), Salop, g. 831 (64).

Highways, mending of, 560 (2).

Higney, Hunts, g. 436 (20).

Hikk, Ant., p. 552.

Hikks, Cuthbert, g. 831 (84).

Hikmans, John, g. 611 (26).

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

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

Hilbre or Helbre Island (Holbroughe), Chesh., priory of, cell to St. Werburgh's, Chester, 87 (2).

-, -, prior of. See Wingham, R.

Hilderclaye, Robt., p. 546.

Hildereth, Thos., 28 (2):—p. 552.

Hildrop (Hilthrope), in Ramsbury, Wilts, 806 (p. 380).

Hilfield (Hilfelde), Dors., g. 436 (67).

Hill, alias Hull, Glouc., g. 282 (57).

Hill, North-, Cornw., 498 (34).

Hill, Amyas, 21.

-, Anne, g. 942 (42).

-, Edw., p. 547.

-, Eliz., widow of Ric., 498 iii. c. 68:—g. 282 (16).

-, Hen., son of Ric., 498 iii. c. 68.

-, Joan, p. 544:—g. 611 (26).

-, John, 92:—p. 548:—g. 282 (125), 611 (26 bis), 942 (99).

-, Ralph, p. 543.

-, Ric., Serjeant of the Cellar (died 1539), 498 iii. c. 68:—g. 282 (16).

-, Ric., p. 549.

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

-, Roland, mercer, g. 144 (8).

-, Thos., p. 550:—g. 611 (26).

-, Wm., clk., g. 144 (8).

-, Wm., g. 436 (18).

Hilliard (Hilzarde), Sir Chr., g. 612 (14).

-, (Heliarde), Eleanor, p. 546.

-, (Helyard, Hilyoerd, Hilzard, Helzerd), Ric., D. D., chaplain to bishop Tunstall, a fugitive in Scotland, 31–2, 96 (2), 125, 131, 136 (p. 45), 160, 175, 191, 198, 747.

Hills (Hyllys), Cecily, p. 547.

-, (Hyllys), John, p. 560.

-, (Hilles), Ric., 259, 1025.

-, -, letter from, 1025.

-, -, his wife, 1025.

Hilperton, Wilts, 717.

Hilsey, John, bp. of Rochester (died 4 Aug. 1539), prior commendatory of Black Friars, London, 1029 (8):—p. 542:—g. 436 (83).

-, -, letter from, 1029 (8).

Hilsley, John, of Leominster, 475–6.

-, -, letter from, 475.

Hilthrope. See Hildrop.

Hilton, Hen., p. 565.

-, Joan, p. 556.

-, John, 153:—p. 548.

-, Sir Thos., g. 942 (20).

-, Thos., p. 556.

Hilyerde. See Hilliard.

Hilyoerd. See Hilliard.

Hilzard. See Hilliard.

Hinberie, John, spear of Calais, 919.

Hinchinbrook, Hunts, nunnery (supp.) of, g. 831 (83).

Hinderclay (Hundercley), Suff., 763.

Hinton, letter dated at, 1030 (39).

Hinton, Hants, p. 564.

Hinton or Henton (now Charterhouse Hinton), Soms., Charterhouse (supp.) of, 185, 353 (1, 2):—pp. 543, 557, 560:—g. 436 (54 p. 174), 611 (47).

-, -, pension list, p. 543.

-, -, prior. See Horde, E.

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

Hobbes, Robt., abbot of Woburn (executed in 1538), 939 (p. 465):—g. 282 (91), 436 (29 p. 170).

Hobbis, David, p. 565.

Hobson, Wm., prior and co-guardian (1540) of Thornton Curtis priory, 153.

Hobsoune, Wm., 552.

Hoby (Hobbye), Philip, of the Privy Chamber, 14 (p. 5), 181, 230, 445, 860 (p. 430), 900:—g. 436 (48).

-, -, Eliz., his wife, g. 436 (48).

Hochynson. See Hutchinson.

Hockham (Hokeham), Norf., g. 942 (43).

Hockley, Essex, g. 611 (8).

Hockworthy (Hokeford), Devon, p. 560.

Hodde, Thos., p. 550.

Hoddenhull. See Hodnell.

Hoddesdon, Herts, g. 831 (35).

Hoddesdon, Wilts. See Hodson.

Hodenhoo, Herts, g. 733 (57).

Hodesoke. See Hodsock.

Hodgeston, Chr., p. 551.

Hodghson, Geoff., 125:—p. 555.

Hodgys, Ric., g. 282 (121).

Hodington. See Huddington.

Hodnell (Hoddenhull), Warw., g. 733 (67).

Hodsock (Hodesoke), Notts, p. 557.

Hodson (Hoddesdon), near Chisledon, Wilts, g. 613 (6).

Hodson, John, g. 942 (42).

Hodyngsett, John, p. 548.

Hodyngton. See Huddington.

Hoengen, John ab, named Wassemberg, secretary to the duke of Cleves, 861 (2).

Hoffmeister [of Cleves.] See Hoghestein.

Hofton. See Ofton.

Hogan (Hoggans), Mr., 748.

Hogestaine. See Hoghestein.

Hogeston. Hoghestein.

Hoggans. See Hogan.

Hogge, John, p. 544.

Hoggeson, Wm., p. 553.

Hogh. See Houghe.

Hoghestein or Hosteden (Hogestaine, Hogeston, Hogestyn), Wernerus van, chancellor or great master (hoffmeister) to the duke of Cleves, ambassador from Cleves in the train of Anne of Cleves 80, 267, 642 (1, 2), 678, 735 n, 781, 823–4, 861 (2), 909.

-, -, letter from, 678.

-, -, his sister's sons, 678.

Hogshawe, Bucks, letter dated at, 395.

Hogsteyn. See Hoghestein.

Hogys, John, 884.

Hoke. See Hook.

Hoke River, Devon, g. 436 (46).

Hokeforde. Hockworthy.

Hokeham. See Hockham.

Hokeld mill, in Welburn, Yorks., p. 557.

Holand. See Holland.

Holbeche, Henry, D. D., prior and guardian of Worcester, bp. of Bristol (suffragan of Worcester), 866–7.

Holbeache, Thos., g. 436 (42). See also Holkeche.

Holbeck (Howeke), Notts, g. 942 (70).

Holbeke mill, in Welburn, Yorks., p. 557.

Holbene, Christiana, p. 544.

Holbourne, Thos., 465 ii.:—p. 552.

Holbridge, John, 21.

Holbroke, Ric., p. 556.

Holbroughe. See Hilbre.

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

Holcombe, Soms., g. 436 (80).

Holcombe Burnell (Holcumburnell), Devon, p. 556:—g. 282 (39), 436 (46), 831 (71), 942 (3).

Holcombe Rogus (H. Rooges), Devon, g. 436 (32).

Holcroft, Lanc., p. 567:—g. 831 (43).

Holcroft, John, g. 282 (34, 55), 733 (63).

-, Thos., 553 iii.:—p. 567:—g. 232 (34, 55), 436 (68), 611 (31), 831 (43).

Holden, Robt., p. 547.

Holdich or Holdyche, Robt., 1029 (49):—g. 282 (6).

Holewell or Howell Halle, Yorks. (in Thurnscoe), g. 436 (62).

Holewcy. See Holway.

Holewey, John, g. 282 (54).

Holford, Marg., her will, 999.

-, Robt., 999.

Holgate (alias Halgate), Robert, bp. of Llandaff, president of the Council of the North, 25–7, 32, 57, 77, 85, 113, 131, 166 ii., 174, 191, 361–2, 428, 500, 515, 603, 628, 860–1, 921:—g. 282 (21), 612 (12, 13), 831 (73), 942 (41b).

-, -, letters from, 26, 77, 174.

-, -, letter to, 57, 166 ii.

-, -, signature of, 26, 131, 361, 428, 861.

Holgate, Robt., his widow, g. 436 (18).

-, Thos., g. 436 (18).

Holgill, Wm., archd. of Carlisle, 860–1; 921.

-, -, signature of, 861.

Holingborn, Lancelot. See Gilbanke, L.

Holkeche (Holbeche in Vol. XIV.), Thos., p. 549.

Holl, Devon (Holne?), g. 436 (46).

Holland (Hollond), 145 (p. 55), 720, 812, 837 (p. 414), 864, 877, 879 (p. 440) 880, 886, 928, 947, 962.

Holland, a division of Lincolnshire, 592, 696.

Holland Parva, Essex, g. 611 (8).

Holland or Hollond Blaise, g. 282 (19) 942 (12).

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

-, Harry, 281.

-, (Holand), Hugh (executed in 1538), 939 (p. 465).

-, John, 609 (p. 275).

-, (Hollonde), Leonard, spear of Calais, 609 (p. 276).

-, Robt., p. 555.

-, Thos., 610:—g. 282 (19), 942 (44).

Holles. See Hollis.

Holling (Holyn) moor and grove, in Dore, Heref., g. 436 (89).

Hollis or Holles, Sir Wm., lord mayor of London (1539–40), 14 (p. 5):—g. 1027 (44).

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

Hollonde. See Holland.

Hollydaye, Wm., p. 551.

Hollyrudhos. See under Edinburgh.

Holm Cultram, Cumb., p. 557.

-, abbey (supp.) of, pp. 556–7, 560.

Holme Lacy or Hom Lacy (Hammelacye), Heref., p. 567:—g. 436 (89).

Holme pasture, in Billingham, Dham., p. 566.

Holme in Spalding Moor, Yorks., 958.

Holme, John, p. 551.

-, Ric., g. 144 (5).

-, Robt., g. 733 (44).

-, Thos., 925.

Holmer. See Homer.

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

Holmested, John, 393 (2):—p. 554.

Holneste, Thos., p. 543.

Holote, Robt., g. 613 (47).

Holt (Hollt), lordship, Glouc. or Worc.?, 1029 (30).

Holt or Holt super Montem, Leic. See Nevill, of Holt.

Holte, Agnes, p. 550.

-, Ayllot, p. 546.

-, Nic., 447, 510:—p. 557.

-, Ric., chaplain, g. 733 (27).

-, Thos., of the Welsh Council, 398:—g. 282 (7, 34–5), 733 (63), 942 (39, 40).

Holway (Holewey), Dors., p. 556.

Holwell, Eliz., p. 545.

Holworth, Dors., g. 282 (90), 1027 (23).

Holwyn, Joan, p. 544.

Holyes, John, g. 611 (26).

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

-, -, Eliz., his wife, g. 611 (26).

Holyhead, in Anglesea, 226, 815.

Holyn. See Holling.

Holynsley, Chr., p. 544.

Holyrood. See under Edinburgh.

Holy See. See Pope.

Holyston. See Holy Stone.

Holy Stone (Halistone, Holyston) nunnery (supp.), Nthld., 467:—p. 552.

-, pension list, p. 552.

-, priorees. See Turner, Eliz.

Holywell, Flintsh., g. 613 (40).

Holywell (Haliwell), John, p. 548.

-, (Halywell), Wm., p. 548.

Homborch (qu. Hamburg or Homburg?), 699.

Homburg, in Germany, 699 (? “Homborch”).

Homedes, John, Great Master of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, 430, 489, 491, 520, 522–3, 531–2, 741.

Homer (Holmer), Bucks, 498 (35):—p. 562.

Hondford. See Handforth.

Honeyborne Church, Worc., g. 436 (48).

Honfleur (Humflyte, Humflew, Houumflute), in France, 292, 709:—g. 733 (59).

Hongerford. See Hungerford.

Hongerton. See Hungerton.

Honington (Honnyngton), Warw., g. 611 (26), 613 (41).

Honiton, Devon, g. 831 (28).

Honnyng, Wm., 222 (p. 79), 224.

-, -, handwriting of, 222.

Honnyngton. See Honington.

Honyngton, Robt., p. 546.

Hoo, Hants, 20 (2).

Hoo, Kent, 498 iii. (c. 75, 77), 839:—g. 942 (49).

Hoochstrat. See Hoogstraten.

Hood, John, a member of Convocation, signature of, 861.

Hooe, Kent. See Hoo.

Hoogstraten (Hoochstrat), in Holland, 213.

Hook (Hoke) Mortimer, Hants, g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Hoorston, Warw., g. 733 (67).

Hope Bagot, Salop, g. 831 (5).

Hoper, John, p. 554.

Hopern, Devon, g. 613 (44).

Hopkins, John, 609 (p. 275).

-, Thos., p. 551.

-, Wm., p. 564.

Hopkynson, Robt., 553.

Hopkys, John, 111 (2), 112:—p. 551.

Hopper, Thos., p. 544.

Hopton, Derb., p. 566.

Hopton, Sir Arth., 14 (p. 5).

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

-, Edw., gentleman usher, g. 942 (89).

-, Isabel, p. 555.

-, Ralph, p. 559:—g. 733 (46).

Horde, Alan, p. 557:—g. 942 (42).

-, Edm., prior of Hinton, p. 543.

-, Robt., p. 557.

Horderne, Robt., g. 831 (89).

Hore, Ric., 859.

-, Thos., prior of Cardigan, g. 282 (108).

Horeswell, Jas., p. 556.

Horewood, Wm., g. 831 (17).

Horleston, Mr., of Calais, his servant Wm., 1031 (3).

Hormead (Hormede, Hornemede), Herts, g. 1027 (6).

Hornby, Geo., p. 545.

Horndon, West- (Westhorndon), Essex, g. 611 (34).

Horne. See Hern.

Horne, Thos., 14 (p. 5).

-, Wm., lay brother of the London Charterhouse (wrongly reported in Vol. VIII., No. 895, to have been executed in 1535), attainder and execution of, 498 (i, 57, ii. c. 49), 953 (p. 484).

Hornemede. See Hormead.

Hornemille, Suff., p. 564.

Horner, Joan, late prioress of Amesbury, 139 ii.

-, Joan, p. 549.

-, John, g. 436 (43), 611 (48).

-, Robt., 609.

-, Thos., g. 282 (5, 9), 436 (80), 942 (13).

Hornesey. See Hornsea.

Horningsheath (Hornyngesherth) Magna, Suff., p. 562:—g. 282 (116).

Hornsea (Hornesey), Yorks., p. 564.

Hornyngeham or Hornyngesham, Wilts, g. 436 (54 p. 174), 611 (47).

Hornyngesherth. See Horningsheath.

Horoneplace, Kent, 498 iii. c. 72.

Horsebread, baking of (Act), 498 (48).

Horseheath (Horssed), Camb., g. 613 (1).

Horseley, John, p. 551.

-, Robt., p. 545.

Horseman, Agnes, p. 554.

-, Thos., g. 1027 (5).

Horses (geldings, colts, mares, hackneys), 2, 3, 14 (p. 5), 16, 18, 22–3, 103, 136, 139 i., 181, 184 (2), 199, 217, 230, 248 (pp. 88–9, 92), 249, 328 (1, 2), 364, 370, 391 (3, 6), 412, 419, 442, 444, 448–9, 459, 465 (2), 475, 478 (2, 4, 5), 479, 495 iv., 507–8, 515, 539 (pp. 240–2), 543 (p. 245), 544, 576, 583, 596 (p. 267), 648, 650 (3), 704–5, 720, 751, 797, 811, 853 (pp. 426–7), 926, 1002, 1020, 1029 (30), 1030 (3, 11, 37, 62).
-, Barbary horses, 248 (p. 92).
-, French, 789.
-, Jennets, 248 (p. 92).
-, Spanish. 448 (p. 184), 462, 789, 977.
-, breed of (Act), 498 (13).
-, conveyance into Scotland (Act), 498 (7).
-, stealing of, g. 282 (29).

Horsewarley, Glouc., g. 1027 (3).

Horsewoode, Yorks., g. 611 (33).

Horsey, Agnes, p. 547.

-, Eliz., p. 543.

-, Jasper, steward to Anne of Cleves (July 1540), 937, 991, 1016.—g. 282 (86), 733 (11), 942 (58).

-, -, his wife, 991.

-, Sir John, 14 (p. 5), 391:—p. 562:—g. 282 (1, 5, 73), 436 (54), 611 (47), 733 (29), 831 (34), 1027 (30).

-, -, letter to, 391.

-, John, g. 436 (35), 831 (34).

Horseye, Essex, g. 611 (8).

Horsington (Horssington), Linc., g. 942 (99).

Horsley, John, captain of Bamborough, 248 (p. 89).

-, John, fellow of King's Hall in Cambridge, 698.

-, John, 196.

-, (Horslaye), Wm., King's servant, 77.

Horssed. See Horseheath.

Horswall, in Leominster, Heref., g. 942 (34).

Horton, Bucks, g. 282 (109).

Horton, Ntht. See Parr, of Horton.

Horton, Suss., g. 1027 (30).

Horton Mabank, alias Horton Horsey, Suss., g. 1027 (30).

Horton, Mr., letter to, 1030 (41).

-, Dame Mary, widow, 185, 353 (1–3).

-, Thos., 185, 333, 353 (1, 3).

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

-, -, letter to, 333.

-, Thos., dec., his chantry, 333, 353 (1–3).

Horwell, Ric., p. 546.

Horwood Parva, Bucks, p. 541.

Horwoode, Wm., p. 549.

Horyngham. See Hoveringham.

Hose. See Hussey.

Hosier, Dick. See Blanche Rose.

-, John, g. 611 (26).

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

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

-, Wm., 1029 (56):—g. 613 (15).

Hosteden. See Hoghestein.

Hostrynghangar. See Westonhanger.

Hostybye, Marg., p. 546.

Hoswold, Sir. See Massingberd, O.

Hothe. See Howth.

Hothfield, Kent, parson of. See Goodrick, H.

Hotofte. See Huttoft.

Hoton. See Hutton.

Hoton, John, p. 552.

Hougham or Haigham, Linc., g. 831 (18).

Houghe, Eliz., p. 554.

-, (Howgh, Hogh, Hugh), Ric., Cromwell's servant, 328 (1, 2), 342, 355, 620, 654.

-, Robt., 452.

Houghton, Devon, g. 282 (11).

Houghton (Haughton), Lanc., g. 942 (5).

Houghton Conquest, Beds, p. 567.

Houghton, Mr., 806 (p. 380).

-, Hen., g. 282 (43).

-, Sir Ric., g. 611 (11).

-, (Howghton), Wm., of the Convocation of York, signature of, 861.

Hounslow and H. Heath, Midd., 498 (36), 1029 (68).

Hourde, Geo., g. 733 (21).

-, Thos., g. 733 (21).

Houth. See Howth.

Houumflute. See Honfleur.

Hoveringham (Horyngham), Notts, p. 567:—g. 282 (10).

Hovy, George, a member of Convocation, signature of, 861.

Howard, lord Edmund, brother of Norfolk, comptroller of Calais (died 1539), 42, 901. 916.

Howard, Katharine, Queen (Aug. 1540), daughter of lord Edmund, 565, 686, 848 (p. 419), 875, 886, 901–2, 916, 976, 981, 1000–1, 1016:—g. 144 (2n), 613 (12).

-, -, letter to, 875.

-, -, marriage with Henry VIII., 901–2, 976, 1000–1.

-, -, secretary. See Paget, W.

Howard, lord Thomas, second son of Norfolk, 498 iii. c. 76.

-, -, Eliz., his wife, 498 iii., c. 76.

Howard, lord William, half brother of the duke of Norfolk, 14, 248 (p. 91), 617, 900, 914n.

Howard, lady, 21.

-, (Howerde), Charles, brother of queen Katharine, 900:—g. 831 (52), 942 (81).

-, (Howerde), Geo., brother of queen Katharine, 900.

-, Thos., 609.

Howbeke. See Holbeck.

Howe, John, prior of Plympton, p. 544.

-, Wm., p. 543:—g. 831 (53).

Howell. See Holewell.

Howell, Griffith ap, 1029 (35).

-, John, 840:—p. 548.

Howelles, Thos., 102 (2):—p. 553.

Howes, John, p. 546.

-, Robt., p. 546.

Howe Wood, Suff., g. 282 (116).

Howgh. See Houghe.

Howghton. See Houghton.

Howick (Howyke), Nthld., p. 564.

Howlatte, John, 360.

Howlett, Nic., g. 282 (2).

-, Thos., p. 549.

Howmefreston, Salop, g. 611 (26).

Howse, Adam, g. 436 (25).

-, Alex., g. 436 (25).

-, Robt., g. 436 (25).

Howson, John, g. 831 (84).

Howstoun, in Scotland. See Robson, of H.

Howt, Robt. See Hunt.

Howth (Houth, Hothe), Thomas, 2nd justice of the King's Bench in Ireland, 82, 692, 830 (p. 401), 959 (2).

-, -, signature of, 82.

Howyke, Essex, g. 611 (8).

Hoyet. See Wyatt.

Hoyncester. See Winchester.

Hubbert, H., 14.

Hucchins. See Hutchins.

Hucknal Torkerd, Notts, g. 733 (66).

Hucon, Joan, p. 553.

Huddeswell. See Hudswell.

Huddington (Hodington), Worc., g. 831 (64).

Huddington (Hodyngton), Wm., 869.

Huddlestone (Hudlestone), Thos., 609 (p. 275).

Hudiball, John, 61 (p. 23).

Hudlestone. See Huddlestone.

Hudshonsbune. See Hutchinson.

Hudson, Edw., 153:—p. 548.

-, John, 609 (p. 275).

-, Ric., 609.

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

Hudsoune, Wm., p. 551.

Hudswell (Huddeswell), Edw., g. 144 (24).

-, George (executed in 1537), 939.

Huett. See Hewett.

Hugat. See Huggate.

Hugeley, Bucks, g. 436 (33).

Huggate (Hugat), Yorks., 958.

Hugh, Agnes, g. 436 (32).

-, Ric. See Houghe.

Hughes, Eliz., prioress of Cokehill, 110:—p. 550.

-, (Hewes), Eliz., p. 547.

-, (Hewes), John, LL.D., 11, 153 (1, 2), 863 (p. 430), 861, 1030 (67).

-, -, signature of, 11, 153 (1, 2), 861.

-, (Hewys, Hewes), John, 587:—g. 831 (47b).

-, Ric., p. 549.

-, (Hewes), Scholease, p. 542.

Hughley (Hugley), Salop, g. 611 (26).

Hugley. See Hughley.

Hukkyngton. See Ockendon.

Hulkott, John, or Halkett, g. 733 (21).

Hull, Glouc. See Hill.

Hull (Hwll), or Kingston-upon-Hull, Yorks., 196, 280 (2), 362, 696, 1030 (18 p. 529):—pp. 563, 565:—g. 831 (33).

-, mayor of, g. 612 (14).
-, Beverley Gate, g. 942 (118).
-, Black Friars or Friars Preachers (supp.) of, p. 563.
-, Busshe Dyke, g. 942 (118).
-, Charterhouse (supp.) of, p. 554.
-, -, pension list, p. 554.
-, -, prior. See Maleverey, R.
-, Trinity House, g. 942 (118).
-, White Friars (supp.), g. 942 (118).
-, White Friars' Street, g. 942 (118).

Hull, bp. of. See Silvester, R.

Hull Parke. See under Alnwick.

Hull, Hen., g. 942 (19).

-, Robt., 393 (2):—p. 554.

Hulme St. Benet's, Norf., near Ludham, letter dated at, 182.

Hulme, Marg., g. 733 (18).

Hulrike the Almain. See Udalricus, Dr.

Hulton or Hylton, Staff., beside Audley, p. 557.

-, abbey (supp.) of, pp. 555, 557–8:—g. 942 (42).

Humbleyard (Humlyard), Norf., 600.

Humflew. See Honfleur.

Humflyte. See Honfleur.

Humieres, Jean de Brinon sieur de, maréchal of France, 222.

Humlyard. See Humbleyard.

Humpton. See Umpton.

Hunckes, Master, 410.

Hundbrige. See Handbridge.

Hunderbarton, Yorks., g. 283 (77).

Hundercley. See Hinderclay.

Hundon (Hunden), Suff., g. 144 (2).

Hungarians in England, 438 (3). See Ferdinand, king.

Hungary, 265, 368, 530 (p. 237), 792, 842.

-, king of. See Ferdinand.

-, king John of. See Sepuse, count of.

-, the Queen of. See Mary.

Hungate, Thos., 21.

-, Wm., sen., g. 282 (21).

Hungerford, Wilts and Berks, the Bere hospice in, g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Hungerford castle, Berks, 1029 (34).

Hungerford (Hongerford), Walter lord, of Haytesbury, attainted and executed (29 July 1540), 14 (p. 5), 185, 333, 353 (1–3), 498 (i. 59, ii. c. 49), 689, 760, 784, 926, 839 (p. 465), 953, 1029 (34):—p. 560:—g. 282 (9).

-, -, letter from, 353.

-, -, letter to, 185.

-, -, attainder of, 498 (59).

-, -, his daughter, 926.

Hungerford, Eliz., lady, wife of the preceding, petition from, 1029 (34).

Hungerford, Sir Anthony, 14 (p. 5), 444 (2):—g. 283 (7, 9, 35), 831 (57), 942 (13, 69).

-, -, Dorothy, his wife, 444 (2).

Hungerton (Hongerton), Leic., g. 282 (97).

Hunne, Ric. (murdered in 1514), 1029 (65).

Hunnysdon. See Hunsdon.

Hunsdon (Hunnysdon), Herts, p. 539.

Hunsley, Agnes, p. 551.

Hunspyll. See Huntspill.

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

Hunte, Anne, p. 543.

-, Edm., g. 831 (22).

-, Hen., g. 831 (22).

-, John, p. 546.

-, (Howt), Robt., 859.

-, Roger, notary public, 979.

-, Walter, g. 282 (54).

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

Hunteley. See Huntley.

Hunter, —, 1029 (56).

-, Andrew, g. 831 (84).

-, Edm., 96 (2).

-, Gerry, 96 (2).

-, Gilbert, 96 (2).

-, Hobbe, 96 (2).

-, Hugh, 96 (2).

-, Jane, 96 (2).

-, John, 160:—g. 612 (4).

-, Kath., p. 552.

-, Mungo, 96 (2).

Hunters, the Tynedale family, 160.

Huntewyke grange, in Wragby, Yorks., g. 436 (62).

Hunthill, in Teviotdale, 160.

Hunthill, the laird of, 160.

Hunting (the chase), 115, 222, 462 (p. 192), 543 (p. 244), 793, 976.

Huntingdon, p. 556:—g. 144 (2).

-, Austin Friars (supp.), g. 831 (17).

-, Castle, g. 144 (20).

-, Priory (supp.) of, g. 611 (41), 942 (19).

Huntingdon, archdeacon of. See Knight, W.

Huntingdon, George Hastings earl of, 493, 500.

Huntingdon, Anne, countess of, wife of the preceding, 493.

Huntingdon, Dennis, p. 554.

Huntingdonshire, p. 541.

Huntley, George Gordon earl of (1524–1562), 248 (p. 92), 634, 709.

Huntley, Mother, 784.

Huntley, Edw., 391 (5, 6).

-, (Hunttley), Hugh, pp. 564–5:—g. 942 (116).

-, -, letter from, 164.

-, John, 406, 408–9:—g. 282 (35).

-, -, letters from, 408–9.

Hunton, Yorks., 555.

Hunton, Margery, p. 549.

Huntspill (Hunspyll), Soms., p. 556.

Huntyngton, Thomasina, p. 544.

Hupton, John, 118:—p. 550.

Hurle, John, 21.

Hurleston, Sir Clement, 14 (p. 5).

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

Hurst, Suss., 498 (37).

Hurston, Suss., 498 (37).

Hurtado (Urtado) de Mendoza, Don Lope, 55, 276, 656 ii., 660, 742, 810 (3).

-, -, letter from, 55.

Hurtskye, Joan, p. 552.

Husbond Crawley. See Husborne C.

Husborne Crawley (Husbond Crawley), Beds, g. 613 (1).

Husey. See Hussey.

Huss, John, the Reformer, 714.

Husse. See Hussey.

Hussey (Husey), John lord (executed in 1537), 939.

Hussey, Alice, p. 543.

-, (Huse) Ant., notary public, 821, 860, 861 (1, 2 pp. 432–3), 872 (3), 925.

-, (Husey), Barth., g. 282 (3, 5, 8).

-, Joan, p. 546.

-, (Husse, Hussay, Hose), John, lord Lisle's servant, searcher of Marke, soldier of Calais, 109, 181, 215–16, 230, 291, 456, 608 (3), 609 (p. 275), 1030 (1, 18, 40, 59).

-, -, letters from, 181, 230, 291, 1030 (40).

-, Mary, 749–50.

-, (Husey), Sir Robt., g. 282 (4), 942 (12).

-, Thomasina, p. 543.

-, (Husey), Sir Wm., g. 282 (19), 942 (12).

Hutcheson, Thos., a Scot, 136 ii., 248 (pp. 89, 92).

Hutchin (Huchyn), Robt., p. 548.

Hutchins (Hucchins), —, g. 942 (99, 109).

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

Hutchinson (Hudshonsoune), Edw., p. 551.

-, (Huchensoune), John, p. 551.

-, (Hochynson), Thos., g. 611 (44).

-, (Hochynson), Wm., g. 611 (44).

Huton. See Hutton.

Huttoft (Hotofte), Linc., pp. 556, 564.

Huttoft, Harry, 311, 385:—g. 942 (14).

-, -, letters from, 311, 385.

-, John, the Queen's secretary, 21.

Hutton (Hoton), Essex, g. 282 (40, 76).

Hutton (Huton), Cuthb., 465 ii.

-, John, ambassador in Flanders and governor of the English merchants there (died 5 Sept. 1538), letter from, 1029(8).

-, Thos., 475:—p. 541:—g. 282 (22), 831 (29).

Huyshe. See Hewish.

Hwll. See Hull.

Hybbold, Wm., 92.

Hyde, Dors., g. 436 (66).

Hyde (Hide), beside Winchester, Hants, abbey (supp.) of, 498 (37):—p. 546:—g. 436 (39), 611 (43), 613 (2, 6).

-, -, pension list, p. 546.

Hyde, Alice, p. 547.

-, Geo., g. 282 (61).

-, (Hide), Wm., 14 (p. 6), 64:—p. 545.

Hyden. See Highden.

Hyer Lacc O'Martin, castle in Ulster, 897.

Hykeham, North- (North Ikham), Linc., g. 831 (19).

Hylbart, Robt., 884.

Hylton abbey. See Hulton.

Hymnerforde, Marg., p. 543.

Hynde, John, serjeant at law, surveyor of liveries of lands, 1028:—g. 144 (20), 282 (21, 22), 612 (12, 14), 831 (29), 942 (20, 41b).

-, Wm., p. 555.

Hyndley. See Henley.

Hyne, Thos., p. 545.

Hyneg. See Henneage.

Hynkersall. See Inkersell.

Hyrde, Hen., g. 436 (18).

Hythe, Kent, g. 613 (32).



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