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La Baume (Balme), Pierre de, bp. of Geneva, cardinal, 581–3, 591.

La Boissiere, in Normandy, letter dated at, 130.

Laborton. See Laverton.

Labrit, Mons. de. See Navarre, king of.

Laccheley, Essex, g. 144 (2).

Lace, David, 562 (2).

La Cerda, Don Gaston and Don Juan de, 591.

Lache, Ric., 840:—p. 548.

Lachelade. See Leachlade.

Lachendon, Essex, g. 282 (40, 76).

Lacocke. See Laycock.

Lacon, Ric., 72.

Lacy, Mrs., 1029 (1).

-, Hen., g. 942 (44).

-, (Lacie), Margery, 750 vii.

Ladys fen, Moche and Little, g. 942 (18).

La Fere (Laffaire), in Picardy, letters dated at, 115, 121–2.

Laffaire. See La Fere.

Lago, Anne, p. 545.

Laguillara. See Aguilar.

La Haye. See Hague.

La Haye, Bon de, letter from, 1030 (11).

Lahyde, Jas. de. See Delahyde.

Laidlaw, —, called Bilhope, 96.

-, —, called Strongburn, 96.

Laighton. See Layton.

Laignell, Jas., g. 733 (59).

Laithorpe, in Newburgh, Yorks., g. 831 (84).

Laleham, Midd., 498 (36).

Lalford. See Lawford.

Lamarsh (Lanmershe, Lammershe), Essex, g. 436 (7), 733 (47).

Lambard. See Lambert.

Lambe, Alex., a Scot, 263, 1009–10.

-, John, 610.

-, Rog., p. 547.

-, Thos., p. 548.

Lamberherste, John, 452.

Lambert, Cecilia, p. 543.

-, (Lamberd), Chr., p. 559.

-, (Lambartt), John, 391 (5):—g. 282 (21), 436 (18), 831 (84).

-, (Lambard), Sir Nic., of the Order of St. John, 430, 520 (p. 231), 522 (pp. 231–2), 523 (p. 234), 531, 532 (p.238), 741.

-, Wm., p. 560.

Lambeth, Surr., 424, 758:—g. 942 (49).

Lambr'k, —, Observant friar, 96 (2).

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

Lamcott, Notts, g. 282 (10).

La Meilleraye (Milleraye), in France, letters dated at, 1000–2.

Lammershe. See La Marsh.

La Most (La Mest in Vol. XIV.), Mons. de, 1022.

Lampelewe. See Lamplugh.

-, (Laraplewghe, Lampelewe), Sir John, sheriff of Cumberland (1537–8), 465 ii., 632:—g. 612 (14).

Lamport or Langport, Ntht., g. 282 (109 p. 116).

Lancashire, 87, 93, 128, 362:—g. 282 (55).

Lancaster, 1028.

-, Black Friars (supp.) near, g. 831 (43).

-, Edingbrigge, g. 831 (43).

-, Wharmer Park, g. 831 (43).

Lancaster, Duchy of, 438 (2), 498 (i. 38, iii. c. 66), 1028:—p. 556.

-, -, annexation to (Act), 498 (38).

-, -, attorney, 14 (p. 5).

-, -, chancellor. See Southampton, earl of.

-, -, receiver, 14 (p. 5).

-, -, solicitor, 14 (p. 5).

Lancaster, Joan, p. 552.

-, John, prior of Launde, p. 548.

-, Lancelot, 465 ii.

-, Thos., p. 551.

Lancegrave. See Hesse, landgrave of.

Lanceknights. See German soldiers.

Landaffe, Robt. See Holgate, Robt.

Lande. See Launde.

Landemede, near Reading, Berks, g. 436 (34).

Landesende marsh, Essex, g. 282 (56).

Landewy Brevi. See Llandewi Brefi.

Landgrave, the. See Hesse, landgrave of.

Landit or fair of St. Denis, 786.

Landren, Cornw., 498 (34? “Laundren”).

Landrethon (Landreteuu), near Calais, letter dated at, 1030 (52).

Lands, Act for willing of by testament, 498.

Landulph, Cornw., 498 (34).

Landy, Antonio, jeweller, 670 (2).

Lane, John, p. 543:—g. 282 (67–8).

-, Ralph, 14 (p. 6).

-, Ralph, jun., 395:—g. 282 (6).

-, -, letter from, 395.

-, Reg., p. 551.

-, Ric., p. 550.

-, Thos., g. 282 (7, 35), 1027 (38).

Langdon (Longdon), Warw., near Knowle, g. 282 (110).

Langdon, East- (Estlangdon), Kent, g. 613 (32).

Langdon, West-, Kent, g. 613 (32).

Langdon, John, 482.

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

-, Thos., 452.

Lange, Wm., g. 282 (71).

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

Langenewton. See Newton, Long.

Langer, John, clk., g. 611 (41).

Langeton. See Langton.

Langford, Essex, g. 942 (71).

Langford, John, p. 546.

Langham, Essex, g. 611 (8).

Langham, John, p. 546.

Langholm (Lang Hollm), co. Dumfries, 198.

Langier, sieur de. See Du Bellay, W.

Langley, 553 iii.

Langley, Hants, 20 (2).

Langley, Herts, g. 733 (42).

Langley, Nthld., 467.

Langley (Langeley) abbey (supp.), Norf., g. 1027 (35).

Langley Abbots, Herts, g. 733 (53).

Langley Marsh (L. Marres), Bucks, 498 (35), 925.

Langley Park, Kent, g. 942 (25).

Langley Regis (alias Childerlangley, alias Chilternelaggley), Herts, Black Friars (supp.) of, p. 542.

-, -, prior. See Ingworth, Ric.

Langley Throte coppice, Dors., g. 436 (66).

Langley, Fulk, 21.

-, Peter, 452.

Langney, near Reading, Berks, g. 436 (34).

Langom. See Llangan.

Langparke, near St. Anthony, Cornw., p. 562.

Langport. See Lamport.

Langrishe, John, archd. of Cleveland, 860–1, 921.

-, -, signature of, 861.

Langton (Langeton), Dors., 95.

Langton, near Gainsford, Dham., g. 611 (18).

Langwith (Langwethe), Notts, g. 942 (70).

Lanmershe. See Lamarsh.

Lannoye, Nic., 609 (p. 275).

“Lansred, the pact of,” 161.

Lantony or Lantony Secunda priory (supp.), Glouc., p. 539:—g. 436 (89), 831 (77), 942 (47).

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

Lanyer, Jas., of Honfleur, 292.

Lanzknechts. See German soldiers.

Larder, Eliz., p. 543.

Larederburn, Nthld., 160.

Largeaunte, Rog., g. 436 (75).

Larke, Borbara, p. 543.

-, Thos., soldier of Calais, Lisle's servant, 220, 470, 569, 609 (p. 275), 687, 750 vi., 1030 (41).

-, -, letters from, 687, 1030 (41).

-, -, letters to, 470, 569.

-, -, deposition of, 750 vi.

-, -, examination of, 751.

Larkestoke. See Laverstoke.

Larkfield, Kent, 600.

La Rochepot (La Roche), François de Montmorency sieur de, brother of the Constable, governor of Picardy, and the affair of the prizes taken by his ships, 171, 209, 228, 841, 871, 902, 910, 926, 976, 995.

Lartington (Lyrtyngton), Yorks., p. 565.

Lascha. See Laska.

Lasingby, Ric., p. 555.

Lasko (Lascha), Jerome, a Hungarian or Pole in king Ferdinand's service, 265, 320, 337 (p. 136), 462.

Lassell, Dorothy, p. 545.

Lassels, George, g. 733 (1).

-, (Lassales), Sir Roger, g. 942 (41b).

-, Rog., g. 612 (14).

Lasshebourne, John, g. 942 (18).

Lake, Thos., 498 iii. c. 77.

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

Lakenheath (Lakingheith), Suff., g. 436 (88).

Lakham, Wilts, g. 942 (110).

Lakingheith. See Lakenheath.

Lappame, John, 391 (5).

Latham, John, g. 282 (111).

Lathberye, John, 69 (2).

Lathebury, Wm., 184.

Lathes grange, near Worksop, Notts, p. 559.

Lathum, Roland, g. 831 (24).

Latimer, Sir John Nevill lord, 1029 (27):—g. 282 (21), 612 (14), 942 (41b).

Latimer (Latomenis), Hugh, bp. of Worcester (15 to 1539), 534n, 719, 737, 1029 (9):—p. 541.

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

Latin language, 804 (p. 378), 856, 1025, 1030 (18 p. 529).

Latomenis. See Latimer.

Laton, Lancelot, g. 613 (45).

-, Thos., g. 613 (45).

La Tour d'Auvergne, Anne de, mother of the duke of Albany, 247n.

-, Bertrand de, count of Boulogne, father of the preceding, 247n.

La Tourrette, commander of. See Vanzelles.

Latremoylle, Guillaume, 686.

Latton, Wilts, g. 942 (69).

Latton, John, g. 831 (57).

Laughtenhouse, in Rocester, Staff., p. 559.

Laughtenhouse, Wm., p. 559.

Laughton, Alice, p. 543.

Launceston, Cornw., g. 831 (27).

-, Castle, g. 144 (20).

-, priory (supp.) of, 498 (34):—p. 565

-, sanctuary of, 498 (12).

Launde (Lande), Leic., priory (supp.) of, 579:—p. 548:—g. 611 (8 p. 285).

-, -, pension list, p. 548.

-, -, prior. See Lancaster, J.

Laundren (qu. Landren?), Cornw., 498 (34).

Laurence. See Lawrence.

Laurence Merston. See Marston St. Lawrence.

Lautrec (Lottricke), Henry de Foix sieur de (died Aug. 1540), 961, 1020.

La Val, Mons. de, dispute with the duke of Longueville (“affair of Laval” in Vol. XIV.), 590.

Lavante, Suss., 498 (37).

Lavant, East-, Suss., 498 (37).

Lavant, Mid- (Middlelavant), 498 (37).

Lavant, West-, Suss., 498 (37).

Lavarre (i. e. La Vaur), bp. of. See Selve, G. de.

La Vaur, bpric. of, 397.

La Vaur, bp. of. See Selve, G. de.

Lavendon. See Laventon.

Lavenham, Suff., g. 282 (15).

Lavenham, John, p. 546.

Laventon (Lavendon), Bucks, priory (supp.) of, g. 436 (29 p. 170).

Laver Parva, Essex, g. 831 (77).

Laverok, Robt., p. 552.

Laverstoke (Larkestoke), Hants, g. 436 (39).

Laverstock (Laverstoke), Wilts, p. 540.

Laverton (Laborton), Glouc., g. 1027 (2).

Laverton, Soms., 167.

Lavington, Wool- (Wullavington), Suss., 498 (37).

Lawarr. See Delaware.

Lawdymere, Thos., p. 543.

Lawe, Emma, g. 436 (10).

Laweson. See Lawson.

Lawford (Lalford, Lalfford Says), Essex, g. 613 (18).

Lawford Parva, Essex, g. 733 (50).

Lawforde, Nic., 859.

Lawles, Wm., 184.

Lawne, John, 102 (2):—p. 553.

Lawrence, John, abbot of Ramsey, p. 548:—g. 436 (20, 52).

-, John, 609 (p. 275).

-, (Laurence), Oliver, g. 436 (54), 733 (29).

-, Peter, 61.

-, (Laurence), Ric., g. 613 (37).

-, (Laurence), Robt., g. 282 (54).

-, Wm., 609 (p. 277).

Lawson, Agnes, prioress of Newcastle, 15:—p. 551.

-, Sir George, of the Council of the North, treasurer of Berwick, 27, 57, 85, 131, 417, 465 i., ii., 466, 618, 702, 746:—p. 556:—g. 282 (21), 612 (14), 942 (41b).

-, -, letters from, 465–6, 618, 702.

-, -, letter to, 746.

-, -, signature of, 131.

-, Jas., 305.

-, Joan, prioress of Neasham, p. 552.

-, John, p. 544.

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

-, Wm., g. 144 (24).

Laxe, Jas., p. 554.

Layborne. See Leybourn.

Laybourn. See Leyburn.

Laycock (Lacocke), Wilts, g. 942 (110).

-, priory (supp.) of, p. 542:—g. 612 (16), 613 (20), 942 (110).

-, -, pension list, p. 542.

-, -, prioress. See Temmes, J.

Laycocke, Hugh, p. 543.

-, (Lacoke), John, g. 282 (71).

Layer de la Hay (Leyre de la Haye), Essex, g. 611 (1).

Layer (Leyer) Marney, Essex, 498 iii. c. 76.

-, -, grants dated at, 1027 (38–46).

Layham (Leigham), Suff., g. 144 (2).

Layland. See Leyland.

Laymowth. See Lea.

Laystock. See Lowestoft.

Layther, Thos., p. 552.

Layton, Ric., LL.D., clerk of Chancery, archd. of Buckingham, dean of York, 15, 28, 36, 44, 52, 62, 417, 860–1, 921, 971.

-, -, letter from, 417.

-, -, signature of, 36, 52, 861.

Layton, Brian, captain of Norham, 710:—p. 564.

-, -, letter from, 710.

-, (Leyghton, Laighton), Edw., dean of Stafford, clerk of the Closet, archd. of Sarum, Commissioner at Calais (March and April 1540), 392, 460–1, 473, 507, 514, 537, 552 (2), 826 (12, 19, 20, 23), 860–1:—g. 436 (30).

-, -, letter from, 514.

-, -, handwriting of, 507 (1, 3), 552 (2).

-, -, signature of, 392, 460–1, 826 (12), 861.

Lazyng, Isabel, p. 554.

Lea (Lee), Wilts, g. 831 (74).

Lea, the river, mouth of (Laymouth), g. 144 (1).

Leachlade (Lechelade, Lachelade), Glouc., g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Lead, 139–40, 378, 465 (3), 549.

-, mines of, g. 436 (64).

Leadenham (Ledenham), Linc., g. 733 (54).

Leage. See Liege.

League, the [Catholic]. See Catholic.

League [or Evangelical League], See Germany.

League, the [of Switzerland]. See Switzerland.

League between the Emperor, Venetians, and Pope, 68.

Leagues, lords of the, 457 (p. 189).

Leamington (Lemyngton), Thos., 49.

Leasingham (Leysyngham), Linc., g. 282 (10).

Leather, 742, 838:—g. 282 (78), 733 (58).

-, illegal export of, 61.

Leche, George, surgeon to James V., 160.

-, John, 748.

-, (Letch), Ric., a refugee in Scotland, 96 (2).

-, Thos., 102 (2):—p. 553.

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

-, (Letch), Wm., a refugee in Scotland, 96 (2), 160.

Lecheden, Wm., p. 542.

Lecheham. See Litcham.

Lechelade. See Leachlade.

Leckhampton (Lekhampton), Thos., 49:—p. 553.

Le Criante, Fras., 609.

Lecton. See Leyton.

Ledall, And., g. 282 (99), 733 (45).

Ledbeter. See Lidbeter.

Ledenham. See Leadenham.

Leder, Oliver, g. 282 (66).

Ledes. See Leeds.

Ledesdall. See Liddisdale.

Ledirsdale. See Liddisdale.

Ledman, Anne, p. 547.

Le Doulce, Perot, the King's cook, p. 541.

Ledysdalle. See Liddisdale.

Lee (Leye), Kent, 281.

Lee, Salop, g. 282 (7).

Lee, Soms. See Leigh, Abbots.

Lee, Wilts. See Lea.

Lee, Edward, abp. of York, 113, 125, 147, 500, 826 (4, 19, 20, 23), 860–1, 921, 971, 1029 (53):—g. 942 (26).

-, -, letter from, 147.

-, -, signature of, 826 (4), 861.

Lee, Roland, bp. of Coventry and Lichfield (commonly called of Chester), president of the Council in the Welsh Marches, letters from, 128–9, 308, 398, 447, 476, 494, 510, 546, 557, 562, 690, 861.

-, -, other references, 424, 500, 514, 562 (2), 587, 1029 (66):—g. 282 (28, 34–5), 733 (63), 942 (39, 40).

-, -, remembrance from, 562 (2).

-, -, his surveyor. See Strete, R.

-, -, his vicar general. See Pole, D.

Lee, —, Wyatt's brother-in-law, 38 (p. 17), 188.

-, (Lye), Mrs., 21.

-, Sir Ant., 14 (p. 5), 730.

-, Geoff., g. 612 (14).

-, Jas., p. 560:—g. 831 (71).

-, (Lygh, Ligh, Leigh, Ly), John, traveller in Italy and the East, 358, 369, 462, 468–9, 615, 697 (p. 326), 721.

-, -, letter from, 721.

-, John a, chaplain, 1029 (34).

-, (Leigh), John, of Cumberland, letter from, 1029 (8).

-, John, 111 (2), 188:—p. 551:—g. 733 (44).

-, Laur., p. 557.

-, Letyce, widow of Sir Robt., 498 iii. c. 67.

-, (Ligh), Nic., p. 567.

-, Richard, surveyor of Calais, 527–8, 595, 608 (3), 609 (pp. 275 bis, 276), 918, 948, 986, 1014, 1030 (65?).

-, -, letters from 528, 595.

-, -, handwriting of, 527.

-, Ric., g. 282 (123), 831 (36).

-, Sir Robt., dec., 498 iii. c. 67.

-, Thos., 24:—pp. 547–8:—g. 942 (106).

-, Wm., p. 549.

Leeds (Leedes, Ledes), Kent, 359 (1, 2).

-, castle of, g. 942 (25).

-, priory of, 359, 603, 809 (p. 383):—p. 551:—g. 831 (44).

-, -, pension lists, 359 (1, 2):—p. 551.

-, -, prior. See Day, Thos.

Leeds (Leedys), Yorks., p. 562.

Leeff, Ph., p. 546.

Leefylde, Staff., p. 557.

Leek (Leke), Staff., p. 562:—g. 611 (5), 733 (18).

Lees Parva, Derb., g. 1027 (17).

Leftwiche, Chesh., p. 557.

Leftwiche, Ralph, 1028.

-, Ric., 1028:—p. 557–8.

-, -, his son and heir, 1028.

Legate, the. See Farnese, A.

Legetton, Marg., p. 542.

Legge, John, g. 942 (95).

-, Roger, p. 543.

Legh (Leigh), Thos., LL.D., a clerk of Chancery, 28 (2), 36, 44 (2), 52, 62 (2), 73, 87 (1, 2), 93 (1, 2), 102 (1, 2), 111 (1, 2), 438:—g. 436 (62).

-, -, letter from, 73.

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

Legh or Leigh, Brian, 21.

-, Joan, g. 831 (26).

-, (Lighe), John, pensioner on the Borders, 465 ii.

-, John, of Cumberland, p. 556.

-, John, of Isle, 553.

-, John, of London, 553.

-, John, p. 556.

-, (Leghe), Piers, 128.

-, Ralph, g. 831 (43).

-, Ric., rector of Sentercase, g. 942 (6).

-, Robt., g. 613 (48), 831 (26).

-, (Leigh), Wm., 553:—p. 557.

Leghorn, 1030 (18).

Le Gras, Wm., letter from, 192.

Le Heyr, Salop, g. 831 (36).

Le Hont. See Lihons.

Leicester, 375:—g. 436 (49).

-, charter for, g. 436 (49).

-, mayor of, g. 282 (4).

-, gaol, g. 144 (20).

-, St. Mary de Pratis or St. Mary Pre abbey (supp.), g. 282 (97, 104), 733 (5, 42).

-, -, abbot of. See Bourchier, J.

Leicester, archdeacon of, g. 282 (97), 733 (42).

Leicester (Leycestre), Simon, 11:—p. 549.

Leicestershire, g. 436 (5), 733 (41), 1027 (41).

-, lands in, g. 612 (15).

Leichefeld. See Lichfield.

Leigh. See Lee, Legh.

Leigh (Ligh), Glouc., p. 564.

Leigh, Abbots- (Lee), Soms., beside Bristol, p. 549.

Leigham. See Layham.

Leigh Duraunt (Lighduraunt), Cornw., 498 (34).

Leighs, Great- (Mochelyes), Essex, 20 (3), 498.

Leighs Parva, Essex, g. 831 (41).

Leight, Marg., p. 550.

Leighton, Essex. See Leyton.

Leighton (Leyton) or Leighton Bromswold, Hunts, 605.

Leighton, Green- (Grenelighton), Nthld., p. 541.

Leighton (Lyghton), Chr., p. 552.

-, Edw., g. 831 (36).

-, (Lighton), John, p. 555.

-, John, dec., g. 831 (36).

-, (Lyghton), Thos., 125:—p. 546.

Leinster, in Ireland, 912.

Leipsic, Michael of, a mirror maker, 231.

Leison, See Leson.

Leiston, Suff., abbey (supp.) of, g. 436 (58), 942 (15).

Leith, in Scotland, the port of Edinburgh, 248 (p. 89), 570, 632, 709, 736, 1009.

Leix, in Ireland, 830 (p. 400).

Le Jeune, Pierre Dominique, jeweller of Bruges, 1030 (6?).

Leke. See Leek.

Leke, Jasper, g. 831 (47b).

Lekes. See Liege.

Lekhampton. See Leckhampton.

Lelegrave (Lylgrave), Mrs., 1030 (65).

-, Wm., surveyor of Calais (died 1536), 1030 (65?).

-, (Lilgrave), Wm., g. 436 (44).

Lelowe, John, p. 565.

Lemman, John, g. 282 (2).

Lempster. See Leominster.

Lemster. See Leominster.

Lemster, Wm., p. 551.

Lemynge. See Lyminge.

Lemyngton. See Leamington.

Lemyngton, Thos., p. 553.

Lenaa, Cancho de, a Spaniard, 9.

Lendall, Ric., 609 (p. 276).

Lenewood (Lingwood in Vol. XIV.), Thos., prior of Poulton, p. 545.

Lenn. See Lynn.

Lenoncourt (Lenyngcourte), Robert de, bp. of Chalons, Cardinal (of St. Cecilia), 115, 837 (p. 414).

Lent, eating of flesh, &c., in, 249, 270, 460, 473, 485, 697 (p. 326).

Lentall, Philip, auditor of attainted lands, letter to, 653.

Lenthorpe, Joan, p. 555.

Lenton, Notts, g. 733 (40).

-, priory (supp.) of, 939 (p. 465):—g. 282 (55), 612 (20), 733 (40), 942 (102).

-, -, prior. See Heath, N.

Lenyngcourt. See Lenoncourt.

Leo. See Juda, L.

Leominster (Lempster), Heref., 476:—g. 282 (30, 63, 117), 436 (12).

-, letter dated at, 475.

-, priory (supp.) of, cell to Reading, 475:—g. 282 (115), 942 (34).

-, -, prior of, g. 942 (34).

-, Redyngs Place, g. 282 (63).

-, West Harnes, g. 282 (63).

Leominster (Lemster), Wm., 81.

Leon, commendador mayor of. See Covos.

Leonard, Ric., 1014.

-, Wm., 609 (p. 276):—p. 547.

Lepe (Leype), in Andalusia, 281.

Le Pusqua. See Guipuscoa.

Lesingham, John, p. 549.

Leslie (Lesly), John, 8.

Lesnes. See Lessness.

Lesney, Sebastian, clockmaker, letter from, 1029 (14).

Leson (Leyson, Leison), Griffin, archd. of Carmarthen, 860—1, 921.

-, -, signature of, 861 ter.

Lesonne, Thos., dec., g. 733 (69).

Lessees of farms, Act for, 498 (25).

Lessness (Lesnes), Kent, 600.

Le Strange (Leez Straunge), or Straunge, Sir Thos., 14, 682, 1029 (49).

Lestraunge (Strange), Mr., 1029 (15).

Letch. See Leche.

Leteley. See Netley.

Lethom, John, 609 (p. 276).

Letton, Norf., 682:—g. 942 (43 p. 471).

-, letter dated at, 682.

Leuent. See Levant.

Levant (Leuent), the, 155, 218, 306, 373, 480, 778, 1030 (18).

Levechilde, Marg., p. 547.

Leversegge, Wm., 391 (5).

Leverous, Thos., priest, Gerald Fitzgerald's tutor, afterwards bp. of Kildare. 704, 830 (pp. 398–9).

Leveson (Lewson, Luson), Jas., 360, 568, 852 (p. 425), 853 (p. 426):—g. 611 (5), 942 (40).

-, -, letter from, 360.

-, (Lewson, Luson), Nic., 852 (p. 425), 853 (p. 426).

Levet, Nic., g. 831 (85).

-, Wm., g. 611 (8).

Lewed, drossart of. See Buren.

Lewes (Lewys), Suss., 600 (pp. 269–70).

-, castle, g. 144 (20).

Lewes or Lewis, —, g. 831 (12).

-, Beatrix, p. 545.

-, David, g. 613 (29).

-, Edw., 859.

-, Morgan, clk., g. 1027 (10).

-, Simon, p. 549.

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

Lewis Burn (Lowsbornholms), Nthld., 570.

Lewisham (Leysham), Kent, g. 942 (36).

Lewson. See Leveson.

Lewte. See Lute.

Lewyke, Essex, g. 611 (8).

Lewys, Duke. See Bavaria.

Lewys. See Lewes.

Lexam, Agnes, p. 543.

Ley, Hen., 210.

Leybourn (Layborne), Kent, g. 613 (32).

Leyburn (Laburne, Laybourn), Sir Jas. 465 ii.:—g. 612 (14).

-, (Layborn), Ric., p. 546.

Leye. See Lee.

Leyer Marney. See Layer Marney.

Leyghton. See Layton.

Leyland (Layland), Lanc., 600 (p. 270).

Leyland (Layland), Robt., 62 (2):—p. 551.

Leype. See Lepe.

Leyre. See Layer.

Leyr Maney. See Layer Marney.

Leysham. See Lewisham.

Leyson. See Leson.

Leysthorpe, Leic., 498 iii. c. 79.

Leystoke. See Lowestoft.

Leysyngham. See Leasingham.

Leyton (Leighton), Essex, pp. 557–8.

Leyton alias Lecton, Kent (near West Malling?), g. 613 (32).

Leyton Bromswold. See Leighton.

Lez Frary, Soms. (near Witham?), p. 559.

Libariensis, bp. of. See Gibsoun, W.

Liberties, Act touching, 498 (20).

Liberties of the Church, 501.

Lichfield, Warw., letter dated at, 43.

-, Cathedral, dean of. See Williams, H.

-, St. John's hospital, 43.

-, -, master. See Egerton, R.

Lichfield and Coventry, bp. of. See Lee, R.

Lichfield (Lychefeld, Lychefyld), Hugh, 51:—p. 548.

-, (Lichefilde), Nic., p. 544.

-, (Lychefelde), Thos., 118:—p. 550.

-, (Lycheffelde, Leichefeld), Wm., 102 (2), 452:—p. 553.

Lidbeter or Ledbeter, Wm., g. 613 (11, 12).

Liddell, Mich., 96 (2).

Liddersdale. See Liddisdale.

Liddisdale (Ledesdall, Liddersdale, Ledysdalle, Ledirsdale), in Scotland, 94, 107, 160, 198, 284, 570, 630, 983.

-, governor of. See Maxwell, lord; also Kerr, Andrew.

Lidley, Robt., p. 553.

Liege (Lekes), 357.

Liege (Luke, Lyegge, Leage), bp. of, 665 (p. 315), 742, 812, 1017.

-, -, letter to, 1017.

Liell. See Lyell.

Ligh. See Lee.

Ligh. See Leigh.

Lighduraunt. See Leigh Duraunt.

Lighe. See Legh.

Lightfote, Edw., g. 611 (36).

-, Joan, g. 611 (36).

-, John, g. 611 (36).

-, Robt., p. 543.

-, Roger, g. 611 (36).

-, Thos., p. 554.

-, Wm., g. 611 (36).

Lightmaker, Edw., g. 282 (122).

Lighton. See Leighton.

Ligon, Wm., letter from, 47.

Lihons (Le Hont), in France, 115.

Lile, Edw., g. 733 (54).

Lilford, John, p. 548.

Lilgrave. See Lelegrave.

Lilley, Steph., 608, 609 (p. 276).

Lillford, Barth., p. 555.

Lillie. See Lily.

Lillye, Wm.. p. 554.

Lily, Wm., the Grammarian, 614.

Limebrook (Lynebroke) nunnery (supp.), near Lingen, Heref., 688:—p. 554.

-, pension list, p. 554.

-, prioress. See Barber, J.

Limerick, in Ireland, 82, 692, 830 (p. 398).

Limoges, Jean de Langeac, bp. of, French ambassador at Rome, 136 ii., 232, 670.

Limours (Lymowre), in France, 870 (p. 436).

Linby, Notts, g. 733 (66), 942 (16).

Lincoln, g. 282 (10).

-, mayor of, g. 282 (4).

-, Black Friars or Friars Preachers (supp.), p. 557.

-, Castle, g. 144 (20).

-, Cathedral, 772, 809 (pp. 382–3):—g. 282 (10, 109), 942 (76).

-, -, dean of. See Taylor, J.

-, -, commission to take jewels, 772.

-, -, jewels taken from, 772, 809.

-, -, relics and shrine at, 772.

-, Gaol, g. 144 (20).

-, Grey Friars (supp.) of, p. 561.

-, St. Botolph's, g. 942 (118).

-, St. Katharine's priory (supp.) p. 556:—g. 733 (44, 54), 831 (19), 942 (99).

-, -, prior of, g. 733 (44).

-, St Peter's, g. 282 (10).

Lincoln, archdeacon of, g. 282 (98). See Pate, Ric.

Lincoln, John Longland, bp. of, 14 (p. 5), 330, 424, 500, 605, 860–1, 921:—g. 282 (19, 61, 97–8, 109), 942 (44).

-, -, signature of, 861.

Lincoln, Chr., p. 549.

-, Ric., g. 430 (62).

Lincolnshire, 417, 423, 1029 (23):—g. 282 (23), 942 (50), 1027 (41).

-, commission of peace in, g. 282 (19), 942 (12).

-, lands in, 69, 211, 393:—g. 612 (15).

-, rebellion of (in 1536), 502 (2), 1029 (9).

Lindon, bp. of. See Lunden.

Lindsay, David, Lion king of Arms, chief herald of Scotland, 248 (pp. 88–9, 92).

Ling, Ric., p. 544.

Lingwood (Lyngwode), Norf., g. 282 (2).

Lingwood, Thos. See Lenewoode.

Linlithgow (Lithcoo), in Scotland, 32, 88, 114.

-, letters dated at, 2–6, 9, 48.

Linsey, John, letter from, 1029 (45).

Linton, Camb., g. 942 (19).

Lion king of Arms. See Lindsay, D.

Lione. See Lyons.

Lippe, in Westphalia, 242 (p. 86), 309.

Liskeard (Lyskerd), Cornw., g. 436 (26).

Lisle (Lyffle, Lisley), Arthur Plantagenet viscount, deputy of calais, (15 March 1533, recalled and sent to the Tower in May 1540), letters from, 184, 237, 268, 472, 1030 (2).

-, -, letters to, 33, 35, 53, 56, 108–9, 156, 181, 193, 201, 217, 230, 238, 270, 291, 295, 343, 429, 435, 471, 536, 687, 1030 passim.

-, -, other references, 14, 18, 29, 37, 54, 192, 207, 216, 229, 271, 278, 316, 363, 365, 367, 448 (p. 184), 460 (pp. 190–1), 461, 470, 478 (1, 2, 4, 5), 479, 480 (pp. 202–3), 495, 498 (p. 217). 507, 508 (p. 227n), 537, 539, 543 (p. 245), 547, 552, 560 (1, 3), 569, 571, 578, 583, 608 (1, 3, 4 ii.), 609 (pp. 276–7), 615, 697, 707 i., ii., 727–8, 736–8, 749–51, 767, 804 (p. 378), 833, 852–3, 916 (p. 454), 919, 981, 1016, 1030–1:—g. 436 (23, 78), 733 (51), 942 (10), 1027 (3).

-, -, signature of, 278:—g. 733 (51).

-, -, handwriting of, 1031 (4).

-, -, his chaplains, 478 (4), 539, 552, 697.

-, -, his secretary. See Beckwith.

-, -, his servants (list), 749 (2).

-, -, his surveyor, 1030 (33).

-, -, his fees, 608.

-, -, his livery cloth, 1030 (9).

-, -, inventories of his goods, 852–3.

-, -, “Lisle papers,” 1030.

Lisle (Lisley), Honor lady, wife of the preceding, widow of Sir John Basset (who died in 1528), letter from, 275.

-, -, letters to, 18, 126, 135, 192, 194, 215–16, 229, 277, 571, 1030 passim.

-, -, other references, 29, 53–4, 217, 230, 270, 295, 365, 471, 479, 495 ii., 498 (p. 217), 507 (p. 225), 539, 552, 728, 736, 749–51, 853 (p. 426), 1030 (8):—g. 1027 (3).

-, -, deposition of, 750 iv.

-, -, her chaplain, 1030 (42).

-, -, her daughter, 1030 (52).

-, -, her steward, Sir Harry, 1030 (15).

L'Isle Adam, Sir Philip de Villers de, Grand Master of the Order of St. John (1521–34), 523.

Lisle (Lysley), Sir Thos., 14 (p. 6):—g. 942 (14).

-, Thos., g. 733 (24).

Lislebourg. See Edinburgh.

Lisley. See Lisle.

Lister, Alice, 840:—p. 548.

-, (Lystar), John, g. 942 (106).

-, Sir Michael, sheriff of Herefordshire (1539–40), 14 (p. 6), 562 (2):—g. 282 (3, 8), 831 (47a), 942 (14).

-, Sir Ric., chief baron of the Exchequer, 1030 (18 p. 529, 42–3):—g. 144 (20), 282 (3, 5, 8, 9, 21, 27, 33, 52), 831 (34, 47a), 942 (13, 14, 41, 75).

-, -, letter from, 1030 (42–3).

Litcham (Lecheham, Lucham), Norf., g. 942 (43 p. 471).

Litchurch (Lutchurche), Derb., p. 567.

Litcott (Ludcote), Chr., 14 (p. 5).

Lite. See Lyte.

Litell. See Little.

Litell. See Littlefield.

Litheco. See Linlithgow.

Litherland, Hen., vicar of Newark upon Trent (executed in 1538), g. 831 (3).

Litile. See Little.

Litlam. See Littleham.

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

Little (Litell), Ant., 840;—p. 548.

-, (Litile), Rob., g. 831 (31).

Littleborough (Littleburgh), Notts., g. 733 (1).

Littlebourn (Lyttylborne), Kent, g. 942 (61).

Littlefield (Litell), Kent, 600.

Littleham (Litlam), Devon, g. 282 (39).

Littleton, Middle- (Mydle Lytleton), Worc., p. 563.

Littleton, Edm. (for Edw.?), 14 (p. 5).

-, Wm., 118:—p. 550.

Littleworth (Litelworthe), Thos., p. 548.

Livedon (Lyveden), near Brigstock, Ntht., g. 831 (50).

Livermere (Levermere, Lyvormore) Magna, Suff., g. 436 (57, 90), 942 (43 p. 471).

Livery of lands is granted to Chr. Conyers, Robt. Ogle, Vincent Powre, Sir Jas. Boleyn, John Wentworth, Edw. Twisell, Thos. Wroth, Thos. Teryng ham, Austin Whitehed, Lancelot Laton, Edm. Pope, John earl of Bath, Hen. Torkington, Fras. Salvyn, Ric. Edgecombe, Thos. Tyndall.

Llamaysse. See Llanvais.

Llan Asaph or Lanasa (Llanhassa), co. Flint, g. 613 (40).

Llandaff (Landaffe), bp. of. See Holgate, R.

Llandewi Brefi (Landewy Brevi), co. Cardigan, g. 942 (107).

Llandilo. See Llanllwch.

Llandoughe, near Cardiff, 146.

Llandovery (Llan Ymddevere), in Wales, g. 1027 (10).

Llanedeyles. See Llanidloes.

Llangan (Langom), co. Pemb., 252 ii.

Llangewithe, co. Glamorgan, g. 831 (62).

Llanhassa. See Llan Asaph.

Llanidloes (Llanedeyles), co. Montgomery, p. 559.

Llanllwch (Llandilo,) beside Carmarthen, p. 555.

Llan Stephen (Styphan), co. Carmarthen, g. 1027 (10).

Llanvais (Llamaysse), beside Beaumaris, in Anglesea, Grey Friars (supp.) of, p. 565.

Llanwarne (Llanwaren), Her., g. 436 (89).

Llan Ymddevere. See Llandovery.

Lleweny, co. Denbigh, g. 282 (43).

Lloyd, Edm., 601.

-, Griffin, g. 1027 (10).

-, Humph., 494.

-, John David, g. 1027 (10).

-, (Lloid), Lewis, p. 565.

-, Thos., clk., g. 733 (62), 1027 (10).

-, Thos., 510.

Lobbe, Ric., mayor of Salisbury, 446:—g. 282 (3, 8).

-, -, letter from, 446.

Locke, Thos., p. 564.

-, (Lokk) Wm., mercer, 642:—g. 733 (33).

Locker, Peter, 609 (p. 275).

Lockeridge (Lokeryche), Wilts, 20 (2).

Loddesworth. See Lodsworth.

Loddington or Lodington, Leic., 579:—g. 611 (8 p. 285).

Loddington (Lodington), Ntht., g. 436 (52).

Loddon, Norf., g. 1027 (35).

Lodington. See Loddington.

Lodsworth (Lodysworth, Loddesworth), Suss., 498 (37 bis):—g. 733 (52).

Lodyngton. See Loddington.

Loe. See Lowe Lanchien.

Lofyn. See Louvain.

Logger, Thos., p. 550.

Lokar, Thos., g. 942 (35).

Lokk. See Locke.

Lokwood, Wm., p. 565.

Lombardy, 670 (2).

Lomner. See Lumner.

Lomnour. See Lumner.

Lomnyse, Mr., 453 (2).

Londe, Marg., p. 554.

Londestale, Robt., g. 733 (54).

London (minor references omitted), 10, 22, 31, 60, 69, 111, 123, 171, 179, 243, 322, 438, 498 (iii. c. 69), 598, 642 (1, 2), 650 (2), 722, 806:—g. 942 (22), 1027 (41).

-, letters dated at (see also below, Lincoln's Inn, St. Bartholomew's, Runcivale, Tower, Rolls), 22–3, 56, 76, 90, 108, 123–4, 154–5, 171–3, 181, 185, 208–9, 217, 230, 235, 285, 289–91, 295, 306–7, 332–4, 370–4, 383, 391, 401, 415, 425, 469, 481, 485–7, 566–8, 578, 651–3, 662, 688, 697, 717, 736–7, 746, 756–7, 760–1, 766–7, 771, 803–4, 847–8, 856, 901–2, 926, 953–4, 980, 1029 (37), 1030 (61, 64–5).
-, Bartholomew fair at, 61.
-, company of Leathersellers, 498 iii. c. 64.
-, company of Plasterers, g. 612 (7).
-, corporation of Physicians (Act), 498 (47).
-, drapers company, g. 942 (36).
-, freedom of the city, 1029 (16).
-, Lord mayor (1539–40). See Holles, Sir W.
-, lord mayor and aldermen (Bench), 783, 1029 (16).
-, mayor and sheriffs, 994.
-, officers of the port, 957.
-, recorder of. See Cholmondeley, Sir R.
-, sheriffs of, 10 (p. 3), 1011.
-, suppressed lands in, letter to the auditor, 210.
-, tithes and church dues in, order for payment, 722.

-, Places in and near:—
-, Acon college. See below, St. Thomas of Acon
-, Aldermanbury, g. 612 (7)
-, Aldersgate Street, the Beare in, g. 436 (9).
-, Aldgate or Algate, p. 559:—g. 733 (33, 64).
-, All Hallows, Gracechurch Street, p. 567.
-, All Hallows the More. See below, Great Allhallows.
-, All Saints Honey Lane, g. 613 (3).
-, All Saints in Westchepe, g. 613 (3).
-, Austin Friars (supp.), 850 (11), 894:—g. 831 (55), 942 (113), 1027 (42).
-, -, garden of, 894.
-, Barge, the, in Bucklersbury, p. 540.
-, Baynard's Castle, 21.—g. 144 (2 p. 52), 282 (39, 70).
-, Bevys Markys, g. 942 (118).
-, Bishop's Fields, g. 613 (3).
-, Bishopsgate, g. 612 (7).
-, Black Friars or Friars Preachers (supp.) of, pp. 542, 559, 565:—g. 436 (44), 942 (19).
-, -, prior. See Hilsey, John.
-, Bow Lane, g. 733 (33).
-, Bridge House, master of, 783.
-, Bridge Street, g. 611 (25).
-, Bucklersbury, p. 540.
-, Candle house, g. 831 (79).
-, Candlewick Street, 806:—g. 831 (79).
-, Charing Cross, p. 541.
-, Charterhouse (supp.), pp. 540–1, 567:—g. 436), 611 (25), 831 (24), 942 (86).
-, -, prior. See Trafford, W.
-, Charterhouse Lane, g. 942 (86).
-, Cheapside (Chepeside), 338, 1029 (62).
-, -, the “Blew Bell”, 1030 (65).
-, -, “the Horse Head”, 1030 (18 p. 529).
-, Christchurch or Holy Trinity priory (supp.), lord Chancellor Audeley's house, 806 (pp. 379–80).
-, -, prior. See Hancock, N.
-, Clerkenwell, 1029 (43):—pp. 541, 564.
-, -, Nunnery (supp.), 498 (iii. c. 80):—pp. 541, 546, 564:—g. 144 (16), 436 (1), 733 (33), 831 (25, 80).
-, -, -, pension list, p. 546.
-, -, -, prioress. See Sackville, I.
-, -, St. John's. See St. John of Jerusalem.
-, Colman Street, p. 555:—g. 611 (8 p. 285).
-, Cornhill, 806.
-, Counter prison, in the Poultry, 1029 (17).
-, Crasshe Milles upon Thames side, p. 559.
-, Cripplegate (Creplegate), g. 612 (7).
-, Crutched Friars (supp.), g. 436 (88), 613 (22), 942 (19, 49).
-, -, prior of, g. 942 (49).
-, Dagger, g. 611 (39).
-, Dowegate, g. 282 (122).
-, Durham place or palace, 31, 747 (p. 354).
-, Eastchepe, g. 831 (52, 79).
-, East Smithfield, g. 282 (36).
-, Elsingspittle priory (supp.), p. 541:—g. 612 (7), 733 (33, 42), 831 (35).
-, Farringdon without, g. 613 (17).
-, Fenchurch Street, the Flower brewhouse, 806.
-, Fleet prison, 689, 730.
-, -, warden of, 1011.
-, Fleet Street, 210, 1029 (56):—g. 942 (105).
-, -, Conduit, 10 (p. 3).
-, Fogwell Court, g. 942 (86).
-, Friday Street, g. 613 (3).
-, Garlickhithe, 806.
-, George Alley, g. 831 (79).
-, Gracechurch (Graces) Street, p. 567.
-, Grays Inn, 1028 (p. 511), 1029 (56), 1030 (67).
-, Great Allhallows or All Hallows the More, pp. 541–2:—g. 282 (122).
-, Grene Lattyce Lane, g. 831 (79).
-, Grey Friars (supp.), pp. 540, 557, 564.
-, Guildhall, 217, 1029 (22).
-, Holborn, 1029 (43, 56).
-, -, paving of (Act), 498 (17).
-, Holywell (Halywell, Hallywell) nunnery (supp.), pp. 545, 561:—g. 282 (56), 436 (9), 611 (25, 35, 39), 613 (3).
-, -, pension list, p. 545.
-, -, prioress. See Newdigate, S.
-, Honey Lane, g. 613 (3).
-, -, parson of. See Garret, T.
-, Inner Dagger, g. 611 (39).
-, King's Bench prison, 598.
-, -, keeper of, 1004.
-, Kings Street, Cornhill, 806.
-, Leadenhall Street, 10 (p. 3).
-, Lincoln's Inn, letter dated at, 109.
-, Lombard Street, 806.
-, Lombard Street, Pope's Head tavern, 806 (pp. 379–80).
-, London Bridge, 10 (p. 3):—g. 613 (3).
-, London Wall, g. 612 (7).
-, Ludgate, p. 565:—g. 436 (44).
-, -, the “Sun” in, 1029 (37).
-, Marshalsea prison, 322, 696:—g. 733 (15)
-, -, under-marshal of, 696.
-, Middle Temple, 1029 (3).
-, Milk street, 456.
-, Minories (Mynoresse) abbey (supp.), without Aldgate, pp. 540, 543:—g. 733 (33, 64).
-, -, abbess. See Salvage, Eliz.
-, -, pension list, p. 543.
-, Newgate, 217.
-, -, the Swan beside, 806.
-, Newgate prison, 806:—p. 540:—g. 1027 (44).
-, -, keeper of. See Jewet, R.
-, New Temple, g. 733 (21).
-, Old Fishstreet, g. 831 (24).
-, Old Jewry, p. 561.
-, Owter (or Utter) Dagger, in St. Mary le Bow, p. 562:—g. 611 (39).
-, Paul's Churchyard, 644, 1029 (5).
-, Paul's (Polles) Cross, 312n, 338, 345, 411 (2), 414.
-, Philip Lane, g. 612 (7), 733 (42).
-, Pool, the, 724.
-, Poultry, 1029 (17).
-, Red Lion brewhouse, in St. Botolph's, g. 282 (36).
-, Rolles, the, letters dated at, 1030 (55).
-, Runcivall (Runsivall, Rouncevale), p. 561.
-, -, letter dated, 549.
-, St. Alphage, g. 733 (42).
-, St. Andrew's parish, the Flower de Lewse in, p. 559.
-, St. Andrew's Holborn, p. 542:—g. 618 (21).
-, St. Andrew Huberd, g. 831 (79).
-, St. Andrew Undershaft, g. 436 (10), 611 (49).
-, -, rector. See Benolt, J.
-, St. Bartholomew's, Smithfield, letters dated at, 210, 347, 631.
-, St. Bartholomew's priory (supp.) in Smithfield, p. 547.
-, -, pension list, p. 547.
-, -, sub-prior. See Glasier, R.
-, St. Botolph's, p. 559:—g. 282 (36), 831 (79).
-, St. Clement Danes, g. 733 (21).
-, St. Dunstan's in the West, 210:—p. 542.
-, St. George's, g:831 (79):
-, St. George's Field, 1029 (39).
-, St. Giles in the Fields, g. 613 (15).
-, St. Giles without Cripplegate, p. 565.
-, St. Helen's, p. 540–1.
-, St. Helen's priory (supp.), within Bishopsgate, 498 (35):—pp. 540 bis, 541, 557–8:—g. 436 (10), 611 (25) 612 (3).
-, St. John's Street, pp. 541, 564.
-, St. John's Walbrook, p. 557.
-, St. John Zachary (St. John Sacres), 1029 (21).
-, St. Katharine's, 724.
-, St. Katharine's hospital, near the Tower, g. 144 (2 p. 52).
-, St. Katharine Christchurch, g. 942 (118).
-, St. Katharine Colmans, g. 282 (126).
-, St. Magnus, 10 (p. 3):—g. 611 (25).
-, St. Margaret Moyses, g. 613 (3).
-, St. Martin's, 995 (2):—g. 942 (77).
-, St. Martin in the Fields, 498 (60).
-, St. Martin's Ludgate, g. 613 (17).
-, St. Martin Orgar, 806.
-, St. Martin Owtwiche, p. 540:—g. 612 (3).
-, St. Mary Abchurch, g. 831 (79).
-, St. Mary Aldermary, parson of. See Crome, E.
-, St. Mary le Bow (S. M. de Arcubus), p. 562;—g. 611 (39), 733 (33).
-, St. Mary Graces. See below, Tower Hill.
-, St. Mary Magdalene, g. 831 (24).
-, St. Mary Matfelon or Whitechapel, p. 540.
-, St. Mary of Runcivall, hospital, p. 561.
-, St. Mary Spitell, or the New hospital of St. Mary without Bishopsgate, p. 547:—g. 282 (89), 611 (8), 613 (3, 17), 733 (64), 831 (79), 942 (77).
-, -, pension list, p. 547.
-, -, prior. See Mayer, W.
-, St. Mary Wolnoth, 806:—g. 611 (25).
-, St. Matthew's Friday Street, p. 542.
-, St. Michael's Cornhill, 806, 1030 (41):—p. 540.
-, St. Michael's Queenhith, p. 561.
-, St Nicholas chapel, p. 567.
-, St. Nicholas, Fleshshambles, 806.
-, St. Olave's, p. 561.
-, St. Pancras, p. 541:—g. 831 (52).
-, St. Pancras Westchepe, g. 942 (81).
-, St. Paul's Cathedral (Poules, Powles), 306, 485, 737, 921, 1029 (5), 1030 (43):—g. 942 (21).
-, -, dean of. See Sampson bp. of Chichester; Incent, J.
-, St. Peter the Less, g. 282 (39, 70).
-, St. Peter the Poor, 498 (60), 1029 (6).
-, St. Sepulchre's (St. Pulkers), 1029 (47):—g. 613 (29), 942 (86).
-, St. Stephen's, 806.
-, St. Stephen's Colman Street, g. 611 (8 p. 285).
-, St. Stephen's Walbrook, p. 540:—g. 942 (118).
-, St. Thomas of Acon, hospital or college (supp.), pp. 540–1, 557, 559, 561–2:—g. 282 (36), 611 (25, 39), 831 (52), 942 (77, 81).
-, St. Thomas Apostle, g. 282 (66).
-, Savoy, the, 686.
-, Sermon Lane, g. 831 (24).
-, Sherborne Lane, g. 611 (25).
-, Shoreditch (Shordiche), g. 613 (3), 942 (77).
-, Smithfield, 210.
-, Standard of Chepe, 10 (p. 3).
-, Temple, 708 (2), 1029 (3).
-, Thames Street, 806.
-, Toddes Alley, g. 831 (79).
-, Tower, 95, 196, 280, (2), 289 (p. 120), 291, 322, 370, 378, 412, 438, 485, 487, 498 (60), 697 (pp. 325–6), 719, 734, 736–7, 765–7, 775, 791 (2, 3), 792, 794, 804, 830 (p. 398), 861 (2), 916 (p. 454), 935:—g. 942 (63).
-, -, letters dated at, 721, 747, 758, 776, 823, 910.
-, -, lieutenant of. See Walsingham, Sir E.
-, -, mint in. See under Henry VIII.
-, -, ordnance from, 935.
-, Tower Hill, abbey (supp.) of St. Mary Graces, pp. 540, 559–61:—g. 282 (36), 613 (3, 32), 831 (79), 942 (49), 1027 (6).
-, Turnmill Street, p. 564.
-, Utter (or Outer) Dagger, p. 562:—g. 611 (39).
-, Walbrook, 806 (p. 380):—p. 557.
-, Water Lane, g. 942 (105).
-, Watling Street, 1029 (56).
-, Westchepe, pp. 541–2:—g. 613 (3), 733 (33) 831 (52)
-, West Smithfield, g. 436 (6).
-, Whitechapel, p. 559.
-, White Cross Street, p. 565.
-, White Friars (supp.), 210:—p. 567:—g. 942 (105).

London, archdeacon of. See Gwent, R.

London, bishop of, 208. See Bonner, Edm.

London, bpric. of, 399, 424:—g. 436 (82), 942 (21).

London, Dr. John, warden of New College, Oxford, dean of Wallingford College, 19, 24, 49, 51, 81, 110, 118, 139, 518, 809 (p. 383), 861.

-, -, signature of, 19, 24, 49, 51, 81, 110, 118.

London, Ant., 474.

-, George, 118:—pp. 548, 550.

-, John, 609 (p. 276):—p. 550.

-, Robt., p. 549.

-, Wm., 452:—p. 553.

-, Wm., keeper of Staple Inn at Calais, 608 (3, 4 ii.), 609 (p. 275), 853 (p. 426), 1014.

Long, Mr., servants of, 1031 (3).

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

-, John, 609 (p. 275):—g. 436 (75).

-, Lucy, p. 547.

-, Nic., g. 282 (122).

-, Sir Richard, of the Privy Chamber, 14 (p. 5), 498 (iii. c. 70), 650 (2), 900, 1006 (p. 499):—g. 144 (23), 436 (14), 613 (1), 831 (17), 942 (93).

-, Ric., spear of Calais, 608 (3, 4 ii., iii.), 609 (p. 276).

-, Ric., 1031 (2).

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

-, Thos., 353 (3), 1079 (43).

-, -, letter from, 1029 (43).

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

Longdon, Warw. See Langdon.

Longekyrchell. See Critchell, Long.

Longford, Alex., 353 (3).

-, Joan, p. 543.

Longhaye, 751n.

Longland, John. See Lincoln, bp. of.

Longleat (Longleyte), Wilts, g. 436 (54), 611 (47).

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

Longney, Glouc., 980.

Longnor, Salop, g. 942 (106).

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

Longuejoue, M. de. See Soissons, bp. of.

Longueval (Longvall), Nic. de Bossut, sieur de, 543 (p. 244).

Longueville, Francis duke of, a child, son of Mary of Guise, 58, 590, 1020, 1022.

Longueville, greffier of, 1022.

-, vicomté of, 1022.

-, vicomte of, his son, 1022.

Longvall. See Longueval.

Longvyle, Arthur, p. 556.

-, (Lonvile, Longevyle), Sir Thos., 14 (p. 5):—g. 282 (6).

Longworth, Berks, g. 831 (24).

Lomnor. See Lumner.

Lonvile. See Longvyle.

Loo, Eliz., p. 547.

Lophom, John, p. 546.

Lorde, Eliz., prioress of Wilberfosse.

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

-, Robert, Gostwick's clerk, paymaster of works, 549, 642 (2):—g. 611 (42).

-, -, letter to, 549.

Loreno. See Lorraine.

Lorraine, 666.

Lorraine (Loreno), Anne of, only daughter of duke Anthony, married René, prince of Orange (25 Aug. 1540), 356, 876, 880, 1002, 1020.

Lorraine (Loreno), Anthony duke of, 267, 356, 457 (p. 189), 530 (p. 237), 700–1, 797, 822, 850 (3), 861 (2), 870 (p. 436), 876, 880, 901, 908, 916.

-, -, letters from, 700–1.

-, -, his son. See Pont à Mousson, marquis of.

Lorraine (Loreno), John of, cardinal, brother of the Duke, abp. of Rheims, and high chamberlain of France, 222–3, 257–8, 290, 304 (p. 123), 315, 320, 332, 356–7, 368, 418, 543 (p. 245), 563, 572, 574, 625, 789, 828, 890 (p. 444), 961, 1002, 1023.

-, -, letters from, 789, 1023.

Lorreyne. See Lorraine.

Lote, John, p. 553.

Lothingland hundred, Suff., g. 144 (2).

Lottricke. See Lautrec.

Louis XII., king of France (1492 to 1515), 457.

Louis (Loys), Dom, Infant of Portugal, brother of the King, 239.

Louth, Linc., 592.

Louvain (Lofyn), 449, 537, 583, 622–3, 796, 1017:—App. 5.

-, mayor of, 622–3.

-, University of, 365, 478 (1, 2), 479, 495 ii., 507 (p. 225), 539 (p. 241), 552, 622.

Loughton, Ric., 609 (p. 276).

Louviers (Loviers, Lovieres), 914.

-, letter dated at, 904.

Lovat. See Lovet.

Loveday, Geoffrey, spear of Calais, 42, 471, 609 (p. 276), 1031 (3).

-, Thos., g. 1027 (38).

Love, John, 609 (p. 276).

Lovege, Bennett, p. 544.

Lovell, Francis lord (attainted in 1 Hen. VII.), 733 (35).

Lovell (Lovill), Sir Fras., 14.

-, Gregory, King's servant, p. 539.

-, Marg., p. 543.

-, Sir Thos., 729.

Lovett, Mr., 650 (3).

-, Edm., g. 733 (42).

-, (Lovat), Thos., 1021:—g. 831 (51).

Lovieres. See Louviers.

Loviers. See Louviers.

Low Countries. See Flanders.

Lowde, Edm., p. 552.

Lowdham, Notts, g. 282 (10).

Lowe, Mother, mother of the Queen's maids, 215–16.

Lowe, Ant., g. 831 (48).

-, Thos., p. 545:—g. 611 (26).

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

Lowe Lanchien or Loe, Wessell de, of Cleves, praeses in Lymers', 80, 861 (2).

Lowell, Wm., g. 282 (37).

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

Lowestoft (Laystok, Leystoke, Leystocke), Suff., 196, 478 (2 p. 200, 3):—g. 144 (2).

-, manors of East, West, North and South Lete, g. 144 (2).

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

Lownde. See Lund.

Lowndesdale, Joan, p. 547.

Lowpe, Agnes, g. 436 (66).

Lowsbornholms. See Lewis Burn.

Lowthe, Alex., p. 546.

Lowther (Lother), Sir John, 73, 465 ii., 619 633:—g. 612 (14).

-, -, letter from, 619.

-, Wm., 44 (2):—p. 554.

Lowthroppe, Robt., p. 552.

Lowyk, Marg., p. 552.

Loxley, Warw., p. 540.

Loys, Don. See Louis.

Lubeck, senate of, letter from, 855.

-, treaties with, 938 (1, 2).

Lucan, co. Dublin, g. 942 (65).

Lucar, Mr., 384.

Lucas, Anne, g. 942 (19).

-, Joan, p. 550.

-, John, 749 (2):—g. 282 (20), 942 (19).

-, Thos., g. 436 (75).

Lucca and the Lucchesi (Lukesses), in Italy, 670 (2), 762, 778.

Luce, Humph., g. 611 (26).

Lucham. See Litcham.

Lucy, lady, 21.

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

-, Wm., 695.

Ludcote. See Litcott.

Luddesdown (Luddesdon), Kent, g. 613 (32).

Ludeshulff, Hants, g. 611 (43).

Ludgarshale. See Lurgarshall.

Ludham, Norf., 442.

Ludlow, Salop, letters dated at, 308, 398, 476, 494.

-, Austin Friars (supp.) of, p. 561.

-, Castle, 196, 398, 557, 562 (2):—g. 831 (38).

-, Friars (supp) of, 398.

-, White Friars (supp.) of, p. 567.

Ludovicus. See Beccatelli.

Luer, Ric., p. 546.

Luffenhame, Thos., p. 553.

Lufkyn, Mrs., 21.

Luggewardyne. See Lugwardine.

Lugwardine (Luggewardyne), Heref., g. 611 (20).

Luigy, Piero. See Farnese, P.

Luke. See Liege.

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

-, Nic., 3rd baron of the Exchequer (12 April 1540), g. 611 (16).

-, Peter, p. 545.

-, Sir Walter, justice, g. 144 (20), 282 (4, 19), 831 (69), 942 (12).

Lukes, John, 609 (p. 276).

Lukesses. See Lucca.

Lull, Laur., 609 (p. 277).

Lullington, Suss., g. 831 (75).

Lulworth, West, Dors., p. 566:—g. 1027 (23).

Lumley, John lord, g. 612 (14), 942 (41b).

Lumley, George, son of lord Lumley, (executed in 1537), 939.

Lumner, Edm., 14.

-, (Lomnour), Hen., p. 555.

-, -, Marg., his wife, p. 555.

-, (Lonnor, Lomnor), John, 859.

Luna, Don John de, captain of Florence, 762.

Lund in the Marsh, Yorks., pp. 557–8.

Lund (Lownde) on the Wolds, Yorks., p. 562.

Lunde, Robt., p. 545.

Lunden (Lyndon, Lynden), John Vesalius abp. of., and bp. of Constance, 337, 344 (p. 138), 388, 448 (p. 184), 533, 797, 807, 932.

Lunel, in France, 949n.

Luntley, John, archd. of Cardigan, signature of, 861.

Lupton, Dr. Roger, provost of Eton, pr of Lincoln, rector of Brancepeth, 127 158, 255, 382.

-, -, letters from, 127, 158.

Lupton, Marg., 840:—p. 548.

Lurgershall (Ludgarshall), Suss., 498 (37 bis):—g. 733 (52).

Luson. See Leveson.

Luston, Heref., g. 282 (117).

Lutchurche. See Litchurch.

Lute (Lewte), Ric., lord Leonard Grey's servant, 849 (p. 420), 959.

Lutherans, the, 842, 859, 929, 977. See also Germany, Protestants of.

Lutterell. See Luttrell.

Lutton, John, g. 282 (7).

Luttrell (Lytterell), Sir Andrew, g. 831 (40).

-, (Lutterell, Lytterell), John, p. 559:—g. 831 (40).

-, (Lutterell), Thos., chief justice of C.P. in Ireland, 74–5, 82–3, 199, 635–6, 830 (pp. 400, 402), 912.

-, -, signature of, 74–5, 82, 199, 635–6, 912.

Luxborough (Luxborowe), Soms., g. 282 (106).

Luxton, Hen., p. 544.

Ly. See Lee.

Lyche, Hugh, 609 (p. 277).

Lychefilde. See Lichfield.

Lydd (Lydde), Kent, g. 613 (32).

Lydd, Kent, g. 733 (7).

Lye. See Lee.

Lye, Gotherus, g. 942 (57).

Lyell, Colde. See Robson, L.

Lyell (Liell), Ric., a member of Convocation, signature of, 861.

Lyffle. See Lisle.

Lygh. See Lee.

Lyghton. See Leighton.

Lygons, Wm., g. 942 (47).

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

Lyle, Marg., letter from, 1029 (44).

-, -, her brother, 1029 (44).

-, -, her father (executed at New-castle), 1029 (44).

Lylgrave. See Lelegrave.

Lyllye, Wm., 393 (2).

Lylsdonne (Soms.?), 884.

Lymbell. See Kimble.

Lymbury, Beds, g. 613 (1).

Lyme, Hen., p. 543.

Lymers', praeses in, 861 (2).

Lymester, Suss., 498 (37).

Lyminge (Lemynge), Kent, g. 613 (32).

Lymne. See Lympne.

Lymowre. See Limours.

Lympne (Lymne), Kent, g. 613 (32).

Lymsey, John, g. 831 (47b).

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

Lynde, Geo., g. 831 (34).

Lyndeley, Isabella, p. 545.

Lyndford (Lynforde), Norf., g. 942 (43).

Lyndon, bp. of. See Lunden.

Lyne, Marg., p. 545.

Lynebroke. See Limebrook.

Lynforde. See Lyndford.

Lynghowe Grange, in Ashby, Linc., p. 556.

Lynn, Bishop's. See Lynn, King's.

Lynn (Lenn) or King's Lynn, Norf., (Bishop's Lynn until 1537), 182, 600 (pp. 269–70), 696, 748:—p. 560.

-, Black Friars (supp.), p. 560.

Lynn, South- (Southlynne), Norf., p. 540.

Lynne, Geoff., p. 549.

-, Jerome, constable of Carlingford castle (slain in April 1538), 830 (p. 400).

-, Wm., 153.

Lyon, Hen., 609 (p. 276).

Lyones or Lyons, —, 1004, 1006 (p. 499), 1011.

Lyons (Lione), 130, 356, 462, 544 (p. 247), 762.

-, letter dated at, 685.

Lyonsyde, in Arncliffe, Yorks., g. 831 (53), 942 (28).

Lyscombe, Dors., g. 282 (90).

Lyskerd. See Liskeard.

Lysley, Thos., g. 733 (5).

Lysthorpe, Leic., 498 iii. c. 79.

Lyte (Lite), Wm., inventory of his goods, 884.

Lytelburton. See Burton, Little-.

Lytlehey park, Essex, 498 iii. c. 66.

Lytterell. See Luttrell.

Lytton, Kath., g. 282 (39, 70).

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

-, Sir Robt. (temp. Hen. VII.), 1029 (50).

Lyvormore. See Livermere.



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