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'Index: M', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 15: 1540 (1896), pp. 698-710. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=76195 Date accessed: 26 July 2014.


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Mablesteyn, Sir John, doctor, sub-prior in England of St. John's of Jerusalem, 490–1, 521, 523.

-, -, letters to, 491, 523.

McArte, Cahir. See Kavanagh.

McCahir, Donyll, Irish chief, 915.

McCarthy (McCartie) Reagh (Riaghe), —, Irish chief, 455, 830 (p. 398).

Macchiavelli, Nic. See Books.

McDavy, Connor, 830 (p. 399).

McGynnose's. See Magenis.

McGeoghegan (McGoegan, Magouhgan, Magoghegain), Rosse, captain of Kynaliagh, Irish chief, 12, 13, 815, 912.

McGerald, Gerald, chief of the bastard Geraldines, 830 (p. 398).

Machell, Hugh, 465 ii.

Machlyn. See Mechlin.

Machyn, John, g. 144 (13).

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

Machynlleth (Maghanleth), co. Montgomery, p. 559.

Mackerell (Makerell), Matthew, abbot of Barlings (executed in 1537), 939:—g. 613 (47).

Mackon. See Mâcon.

Mackworth (Makeworthe, Makworthe), Derb., pp. 564, 566, 1027 (17).

McMahon, Hugh Ra, captain of Farney Irish chief, 12, 830 (p. 401).

McMahons, the, of Farney, Irish family, 13.

McMorough (MacMorgho), Irish chief, alias Cahir McIncrosse Kavanagh, tanist of Idrome, 12 bis, 654.

Mâcon (Mackon), Charles de Hémard, bishop of, cardinal, bp. of Amiens, 178, 574.

Macpherson (Makfarsanen), David, a Scot, 1009–10.

McWilliam. See Bourke.

McYoris, Thos. See Birmingham.

Madame. See Margaret of Austria.

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

Madeley (Madley, Maydeley), Salop, g. 942 (35).

-, letter dated at, 112.

Madenhurste. See Madhurst.

Madhurst (Madenhurste), Suss., 498 (37).

Madley. See Madeley.

Madoke, Randull, 490 (p. 209).

Madrid, 39, 508 (p. 227).

-, letters dated at, 84, 660, 810, 929, 951, 956.

Madrid, treaties of (14 Jan. 1526), 320, 332, 457, 573, 676.

Madyson, Sir Edw., g. 942 (118).

Maese (Mase) or Meuse, the river, 243, 596 (p. 267).

Magdalen, Edith, p. 543.

Magdeburg, in Germany, 797:—g. 144 (2).

Magenis (McGynnose's) castle, co. Down, 683.

Mager. See Mayer.

Maghanleth. See Machynlleth.

Magic, practise of, 926.

Magnus, Thomas, archd. of the East Riding, master of St. Leonard's hospital in York, one of the Council of the North, 25, 131, 428, 860–1, 921–2:—g. 282 (21), 612 (12, 14), 942 (41b.).

-, -, signature of, 25, 131, 428, 861.

-, -, grant to, 922.

Magoghegain. See McGeoghegan.

Magouhgan. See McGeoghegan.

Maguire, Irish chief, and his castle, 830 (p. 399).

Magy. See Mayo.

Maiden Bradley, Wilts, g. 436 (54 p. 174), 611 (47).

Maidenhead, Berks, g. 282 (38).

-, outrage at, 166.

Maidstone (Maydeston), Kent, g. 942 (49).

-, gaol of, 645.

Mailond. See Mayland.

Maintenance, Act against, 498 (10).

Mainwaring, Humph., p. 562.

-, (Maneryng), John, 1029 (37).

-, Sir Ranulph, g. 282 (34), 733 (63).

-, (Manering), Sir Ric., 14 (p. 6).

Maister, Geo., 859.

-, Wm., 498 (59).

Maithfed. See Mayfield.

Major, Wm. See Mayer.

Majoris or Maioris, Philip, dean of Cambray, Imperial ambassador in England (March 1539 to July 1540), 14 (p. 5), 18 (p. 8), 22–3, 123–4, 169, 235, 285, 334, 370, 508, 567, 626, 652, 796, 806, 850, 890, 926.

Makareth, Martin, 62 (2):—p. 551.

Makerell. See Mackerell.

Makerfield. See Newton in M.

Makewilliam, Hen., g. 282 (101).

Makeworthe. See Mackworth.

Makiavelly. See under Books.

Makworth. See Mackworth.

Malcott, Thos., g. 436 (9).

Maldon. See Maulden.

Maldon, Essex, g. 942 (71).

-, St. Mary's parish, g. 282 (36).

-, St. Peter's, pp. 555, 558.

-, St. Peter's and All Saints in, g. 942 (71).

Maldon, Surr., 498 (36).

Maldon, Roger, p. 546.

Male, Thos., p. 545.

Malett, Dr. Henry, the Queen's chaplain, 21, 352.

-, -, letter from, 352.

-, Hugh, g. 282 (9).

-, Roger, g. 282 (21).

Maleverey (Malevorey), Ralph, prior of Hull Charterhouse, p. 554.

Malham (Malhome), Yorks., g. 436 (18).

Malham (Malhome) Moor, g. 436 (18).

Malhome. See Malham.

Malines. See Mechlin.

Mallffa. See Melfi.

Malling, Kent, g. 613 (32).

-, abbey (supp.) of, g. 613 (32), 942 (49).

-, -, abbess of, g. 613 (32), 942 (49).

Malling, East- (Estmallyng), Kent, g. 613 (32), 942 (49).

Malling, West-, Kent, 600:—g. 613 (32), 942 (49).

Malling, Wm., alias Somner, q. v.

Malmesbury, Wilts., g. 144 (2).

-, abbey of, 139 ii.:—p. 551:—g. 144 (2), 831 (74), 942 (85).

-, -, abbess. See Frampton, R.

-, -, pension list, 139 ii.:—p. 551.

-, -, surrender, 139 ii.

-, Broad Street, p. 551.

-, Red Cross, p. 551.

Malory (Maloury), Sir Wm., g. 282 (21).

-, (Malori), Wm., g. 612 (14).

Maloury. See Malory.

Malpas, Edw., 609, 1031 (3).

-, Wm., 102 (2):—p. 553.

Malt. See Grain.

Malta (headquarters of the Order of St. John), 532, 685, 741.

-, letters dated at, 430, 489–91, 520–23, 531.

-, Castle of, 532.

Maltnarde, Edm., p. 546.

Malton, Old-, Yorks., g. 831 (73).

-, priory (supp.) of, p. 552:—g. 831 (73).

-, -, prior. See Crawshawe, J.

Malton, Chr., p. 555.

Maltravers (Matravers, Mawtravers, Mautravers, Mauntravers), Henry Fitzalan, earl of, eldest son of the earl of Arundel, deputy of Calais (2 July 1540), 14 (p. 5), 500, 560, 832–3, 852, 853 (p. 426), 878, 914, 918–19, 948, 984, 986, 996, 1014, 1018, 1021:—g. 282 (9), 831 (34, 47a), 942 (10, 13).

-, -, letters from, 918–19.

-, -, signature of, 852.

Maltyward, Wm., g. 831 (56).

Malvasia. See Napoli di Malvasia.

Malvern, Great- (or Much-), Worc., priory of 51, 980.—p. 548.

-, -, pension list, 51:—p. 548.

-, -, prior. See Whitborne, R.

Malverne, Nic., 118:—p. 550.

-, Maculyne or Maculme, 51:—p. 548.

Malveseta. See Napoli di Malvasia.

Malvesia. See Napoli di Malvasia.

Malyverey, Sir Wm., g. 282 (21).

Malyn, John, 610.

Malyns. See Mechlin.

Mamound, Wm., p. 560.

Man, Isle of, soldiers for defence of, g. 831 (78).

Man or Manne, Dorothy, p. 554.

-, Fras., g. 613 (16).

-, Hen., prior of Sheen, p. 545.

-, Peter, g. 613 (16).

-, Wm., p. 548.

Manby, Peter, p. 568.

Manchester, Lanc., sanctuary at, 498 (12).

Manchester (Manchestre), Ric., King's chaplain, priest of the Savoy, attainted, 438, 498 (p. 217), 598, 615:—g. 611 (30).

Manderscheid, Theodoric a, sent from Granvelle to the German protestants, 589, 666 (p. 316).

Manners (Manours), Ric., the Queen's cup-bearer, 21:—g. 612 (15).

Mandy, Eliz., p. 553.

Manering. See Mainwaring.

Manfelde, Thos., p. 545.

Manne. See Man.

Manning, Jas., p. 541.

-, -, Joan, his wife, p. 541.

Manningtree (Manytre), alias Schidinghoo or Schedinghoo, Essex, g. 733 (50).

Manours. See Manners.

Manrique, Juan Fernandez, marquis of Aguilar, q.v.

Manrique, Pedro Fernandez, cardinal, brother of Aguilar, 591.

Mantell, Mr., 388.

-, (Mantill), Thos., 14 (p. 5).

Mantes (Mauntes) in France, letter dated, 890.

Manton, Wilts, 20 (2).

Mantua, 890 (p. 444).

-, letter dated at, 818.

Mantua (Mantovo), Frederic Gonzaga duke of (died 28 June 1540), 818, 876, 878–9, 890 (p. 444).

-, -, his children, 879, 890 (p. 444).

Mantua, Margaret duchess of, wife of the preceding, heir of Wm. marquis of Montferrat, letter from, 818.

Mantua, Hercules Gonzaga, cardinal of, brother of Frederic, 818, 879.

-, -, letter from, 818.

Manxell. See Maunsell.

Manyngton, in Gussage All Saints, Dors., g. 436 (66).

Manytre. See Manningtree.

Maperley, Jas., g. 942 (42).

Mar, Agnes, prioress of Fosse, p. 554.

Marble, Jas., p. 543.

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

Marbury, John, 925.

Marcam. See Markham.

Marcator. See Mercator.

Marcello, Mons. See Cervini.

Marcellus. See Cervini, M.

March, earldom of, g. 831 (38), 942 (92).

Marcham. See Markham.

Marchaunt, Robt., p. 549.

-, Thos., p. 547.

Marche. See Mark.

Marche, Oliver, p. 546.

-, Wm., 609 (p. 275), 749 (1, 3), 1030 (16).

Marchia. See Mark.

Marcle, Much- (Mochemerkle), alias Marcley Magna, Heref., g. 144 (2 p. 52), 831 (39).

Marcus (i.e. marquis), lord. See Dorset.

Marden (Meriden), Herts, g. 282 (108).

Marden (Mawerden), Heref., g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Mardytt, Thos., g. 942 (110).

Mares, Ambrose, p. 549.

Margam alias Morgan abbey (supp.), co. Glamorgan, g. 831 (62).

-, abbot of. See Thomas, Lewis.

Margaret of Angoulême, Queen of Navarre, sister of Francis I., 130 (p. 42), 223–4, 240, 253, 285, 332, 418, 459, 480, 543, 574, 842, 870, 890, 904, 930, 961, 990.

Margaret of Austria, duchess of Florence, widow of Alas. de Medici, natural daughter of Charles V., wife of Octavio Farnese (“Madame”), 41, 55, 276, 301, 315, 448 (p. 184), 508 (p. 227), 591, 656, 670 (2), 742, 820, 842, 889, 929, 992.

Margaret of France, daughter of Francis I., 134, 457 (p. 189), 480, 508 (p. 227), 597, 676, 810, 879–80.

Margaret Queen dowager of Scotland, sister of Henry VIII., mother of James V., 136 (p. 45), 248 (pp. 89, 91–2), 249, 941.

-, -, letters from, 941.

Margaret, lady (21). See Douglas, M.

Marham grange, in Burton, Linc., g. 1027 (5).

Marhams, in Chislett, Kent, p. 555.

Marignano (Marynian, Merignan in Vol. XIV.), Gio. Giacomo Medichino marchese di, 448 (p. 184), 508 (p. 227), 581.

Marillac, Charles de, French ambassador, letters from, 22–3, 56, 76, 123–4, 154–5, 171–2, 202, 208–9, 235, 289–90, 306, 334, 370, 401, 425, 485–7, 566–7, 651–2, 697, 736–7, 766–7, 803–4, 847–8, 856, 901–2, 926, 953–4, 976.

-, -, letters to, 98, 121–2, 151–2, 168, 177, 228, 257–8, 373, 563, 572, 625–6, 674, 677, 785–6, 816–17, 871, 975, 1000–1.

-, -, other references, 14 (p. 5), 18 (p. 8), 179, 189, 223 (p. 80), 239–40, 670 (2 n), 801, 890, 910, 994–5, 1016.

-, -, his cousin, 155, 177, 228, 976.

-, -, his man, 677.

-, -, his “doubts” about the Statute for Strangers, 994–5.

Marischal (Marshall), Wm. Keith earl, of Scotland, 709.

Mark (Marche, Marchia), in Westphalia, 242 (p. 86), 309:—g. 144 (2).

Markby (Markeby), Linc., priory (supp.) of, 236:—pp. 556, 564.

Marke. See under Calais.

Marke manor, in Leyton. Essex, pp. 557–8.

Markenfield (Merkynfeyld), John, 628.

Markes, Wm., p. 543.

Markguison. See Marquise.

Markham (Marcham), Gervaise, prior of Dunstable, p. 553.

-, (Markeham), Hen., 14 (p. 5):—g. 831 (22).

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

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

-, (Markeham), Ric., g. 942 (12).

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

Marlake or Merlake, Bucks, g. 282 (109).

Marland, Lanc., g. 282 (72), 942 (5).

Marland, Hen., g. 282 (72).

Marlborough, Wilts, 20 (2):—g. 144 (2 p. 52).

-, St. Margaret's priory (supp.) near, 20 (2):—pp. 543, 545.

-, -, pension list, p. 543.

-, -, prior. See Simpson, J.

Marlborough, bp. of. See Morley. T.

Marlborough, Thos., 118:—p. 550.

Marler, Robt., g. 942 (93).

Marlowe, Giles, 49:—p. 553.

Marmyon, Hen., g. 1027 (38).

Marnhull hundred, Dors., g. 942 (62).

Marquis, lord. See Dorset.

Marquise, in Picardy, 184 (2? “Markguison”).

Marriage of priests, 310, 712 ii., 714.

Marriages, 74, 338, 508 (p. 227), 525, 543, 581, 750–1, 787, 879, 909, 1028:—g. 436 (17), 1027 (8).

Marriages, Act touching precontracts, &c., 498 (45).

Marrick (Maryke, Marrike), Yorks., nunnery (supp.) of, 515:—p. 547.

-, -, pension list, p. 547.

-, -, prioress. See Cooper, C.

Marriott (Maryotte), Wm., p. 540.

Marrowurth, co. Glamorgan, g. 831 (27).

Marse, Thos., p. 552.

Marsellys. See Marseilles.

Marsh (Marshe), near Exeter, p. 559.

-, priory (supp.) of, p. 559.

Marseilles (Marsellys), in France, 490, 778.

-, letters dated at, 1030 (18 pp. 529–30).

Marsh (Marsshe), Hen, 21.

-, (Marsche), Ric., a member of Convocation, signature of, 861.

Marshal, Earl, of Scotland. See Marischal.

Marshal, Mr., [of Calais]. See Granville, Sir R.

Marshall, Beatrix, p. 545.

-, Cuthbert, archd. of Nottingham, signature of, 861.

-, Geo., p. 548.

-, Joan, p. 542.

-, (Mershall), John, 609 (p. 275):—pp. 545, 554.

-, Marg., p. 545.

-, (Mercyall), Old, of Calais, 365.

-, Ralph, p. 546.

-, Ric., 125, 452:—p. 555.

-, (Mershall), Robt., 609, 650 (2):—p. 555.

-, Thos., alias Beech, abbot of Colchester (executed 1 Dec.? 1539), 269, 383, 939 (p. 465):—g. 611 (1).

-, Thos., p. 546.

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

-, (Mershall), Wm., pp. 545, 554.

Marshe, Salop, g. 942 (35).

Manshead (Maused), Beds, 600.

Marshe Park, Soms., 205.

Marshland, Norf., 600.

Marshwood Vale, Dors., g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Marsselles. See Cervini, M.

Marston, Bucks, p. 541.

Marston, Derb., 771:—p. 566.

Marston, Linc., g. 831 (18), 942 (99).

Marston, Wilts, p. 540.

Marston Maisey (Merston Morsey), Wilts, g. 144 (2 p. 52), 942 (69).

Marston Moreteyne (Merston), Beds, g. 613 (1).

Marston (Merston), Potters-, Leic., g. 733 (12).

Marston St. Lawrence (Laurence Merston), Ntht., g. 831 (70).

Marston (Merston), near Stafford, g. 942 (42).

Martel, Charles, sieur de Bacqueville, letters from, 1030 (44–6, 48–9).

-, -, letter to, 1030 (47).

Marten, Surr. See Merton.

Marter, the, in Ireland, letter dated at, 858.

Marthowes, John, p. 547.

Martin (Marton), Wilts, g. 436 (35).

Martin, Yorks., p. 556.

Martin or Marten, Alice, p. 545.

-, (Merten), Edw., 498 (36):—p. 544.

-, (Merten), Fulk, p. 555.

-, Humph., 393 (2):—p. 554.

-, (Merten), John, p. 541:—g. 942 (49).

-, Lancelot, Serjeant at arms, p. 556.

-, Laur., 553.

-, Mary, p. 550.

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

-, Old, the armourer, 599 (2).

-, Piers, 610.

-, Ric., p. 550.

-, Thos., 549:—g. 282 (13), 611 (26), 733 (54).

-, -, letter from, 549.

-, Wm., p. 549.

Martinez, John, 263.

Marton, Derb., p. 566.

Marton in the Forest, Yorks., priory (supp.) of, p. 564.

Martin's Town. See Winterborne Martyn.

Marton, Joan, p. 547.

-, Ric., p. 555.

Martyn, Surr. See Merton.

Marvyn or Mervyn (Mervayne), Edm., or Sir Edm., King's serjeant at law, g. 144 (20), 282 (7, 35), 613 (26), 831 (47, 57), 942 (39, 40), 1027 (38).

Marwoode, Thos., g. 733 (54).

Mary, “the French Queen,” sister of Henry VIII., wife of Charles duke of Suffolk, (died 1533), 842.

Mary, Princess, daughter of Henry VIII. and Katharine of Arragon, afterwards Queen, 1, 40, 68, 134, 136 (p. 45), 138, 169, 179, 187, 189, 222–3, 248 (p. 91), 280 (2), 304 (p. 123), 334, 518, 543 (p. 244), 642, 792, 823, 824 (p. 394), 842, 870.

-, -, letter from, 518.

-, -, proposed marriage of:—
-, -, with Cromwell (a rumour), 792, 842.
-, -, with Charles duke of Orleans, 134.
-, -, with Philip (“George”) count Palatine, 23 (p. 11), 40, 68, 123. 169, 172, 187, 189, 222, 304 (p. 123), 334, 485–7:—App. 6.
-, -, with duke Louis of Bavaria, 304 (p. 123).
-, -, with the Emperor, Charles V., 223.

Mary of Guise, or of Lorraine, Queen of Scotland, wife of James V., widow of Louis duke of Longueville, daughter of Claude duke of Guise, 58, 114, 186 (p. 45), 248 (pp. 88–9, 91–2), 374, 590, 632, 700–1, 709 (p. 331), 710, 736, 788–9, 965, 1020, 1022–4.

-, -, letters to, 58, 374, 590, 701, 788–9, 965, 1002, 1020, 1022–4.

-, -, her controller, 1024.

-, -, her maítre d'hôtel, 700.

-, -, birth of a prince. See Scotland, prince of.

Mary of Castile, Infanta of Spain, daughter of Charles V., 40, 222, 315 bis, 332, 457, 480, 573, 597, 674, 676.

-, proposed marriage with Charles duke of Orleans, 40, 222, 315 bis, 457, 480, 543 (pp. 244–5), 597, 674, 676.

Mary, Infanta of Portugal, daughter of king Emanuel and of Eleanor, queen of France, 457 (p. 189), 676, 810.

Mary, Queen dowager of Hungary, Regent of Flanders, sister of Charles V., 100, 264, 334, 582, 596, 597 (2), 665, 673, 837, 885–6, 931.

Mary, Mrs. See Bassett, M.

Marybourne. See Marylebone.

Maryke. See Marrick.

Marylebone (Marybourne), Midd., part, 498 (p. 217).

Marynes, Ant. de, 1030 (18 pp. 528–9).

Marynian. See Marignano.

Maryotte. See Marriott.

Mascall, John, g. 831 (75).

Mashame, Agnes, 139 i.:—p. 550.

Mashbury (Maysbury), Essex. 20 (3).

Mason (Masson, Masoune), John, M.A., the King's scholar, 188, 203, 264, 289, 337 (p. 136), 388, 419, 448 (pp. 183–4), 449. 507 (p. 225):—g. 282 (120).

-, -, letter from, 449.

Mason, Joan, p. 552.

-, John, 498 (59).

-, John, prb. of Hereford, 1029 (41).

-, Thos., pp. 543, 546.

-, Wm., 28 (2), 609:—p. 552.

Mass, the, 310.

Massingberde, John, 609 (p. 275).

-, Sir Oswald, of the Order of St. John, 520–1, 531, 532 (p. 238).

-, -, letter from, 531.

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

Massingham, Norf., letter dated at, 1029 (15).

Masson. See Mason.

Massye or Massey, —, 1028.

-, Edw., 609.

-, John, 840:—p. 548:—g. 282 (34, 60), 733 (63).

-, Thos., p. 546.

Master of the Rolls. See Hales, Sir Chr.

Masts for ships, 313, 317, 325.

Matchauello. See Macchiavelli.

Mate, Joan, p. 550.

Mathefelde, Over-, Salop, g. 611 (26).

Mathell, Walt., p. 549.

Mathewe. See Matthew.

Matravers. See Maltravers.

Matson, Thos., bailiff of Berkeley, keeper of White Cliff park, 840, 1029 (30):—g. 282 (35, 57).

Matteley, Ric., g. 942 (99), 1027 (27–8).

Matthew (Mathewe), Agnes, p. 544.

-, (Mathewe), Hugh, 87 (2):—p. 552.

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

-, (Mathewe), Mary, p. 544.

-, Simon, (“Dr. Symons”), preb. of St. Paul's, signature of, 826 (13, 19, 20, 23, 28), 861.

-, (Mathewe), Thos., p. 544:—g. 733 (42).

Maudelyns fen, g. 942 (18).

Maudysley, Wm., p. 544.

Maulden (Maldon), Beds, g. 613 (1).

Maundes, Thos., p. 550.

Maundesley, Ric., p. 549.

Maundrell, Eleanor, p. 542.

Maunsell, Anne, p. 544.

-, (Manxell), Sir Rice, g. 282 (34), 831 (62), 733 (63).

-, Thos., p. 551.

Mauntes. See Mantes.

Maunton. See Monton.

Mauntravers. See Maltravers.

Maused. See Marshead.

Mautby (Mawby), Norf., g. 282 (85).

Mautravers. See Maltravers.

Mawby. See Mautby.

Mawdelyn, Dr., 498 (59).

Mawdytt, Wm., g. 733 (17).

Mawerden. See Marden.

Mawtravers. See Maltravers.

Maxa, in Italy, 762.

Maximilian, Emperor (1493–1519), 457, 938.

Maxstock priory (supp.), Warw., 895.

Maxwell, Robert lord, Scotch warden of the West Marches, governor of Liddisdale, admiral of Scotland, 16, 48, 88, 94, 107, 119–20, 131, 160, 175–6, 198, 219, 284, 432, 467, 632, 634, 709–10.

-, -, letters to, 107, 198.

Maxwell, Eleanor, p. 547.

May, Walter, prb. of Hereford, 1029 (41–2).

Maye, Eliz., p. 554.

Mayar, John, p. 552.

Maydeley. See Madeley.

Maydewell, Thos., g. 733 (42), 942 (46).

Maye. See May.

Mayer, John, 87 (2).

-, (Mager), Wm., prior of St. Mary Spitell, p. 547:—g. 282 (89).

Mayfield (Maithfed), Warw., p. 559.

Mayghelyn, Edw., 609.

Mayland (Mailond), Essex, g. 282 (89), 611 (8 p. 285, 35).

Mayland Hall, Essex, g. 282 (56).

Maynerd or Maynard, John, g. 282 (47, 96), 831 (71), 942 (3).

-, Thos., p. 544.

Maynooth, in Ireland, 830 (p. 399), 849 (p. 420), 959 (2).

Mayo or Magy, Vincentio de, French envoy to the Turk, 480, 762.

Mayowe, Ric., 426.

Maysbury. See Mashbury.

Meagh, Wm., dean of Kildare, 142, 195.

Meare (Mere), Soms., g. 613 (39).

Meath county, in Ireland, 159.

Meaux or Meuxe (Mewxe) abbey (supp.), in Holderness, pp. 553, 565–6.

-, abbot. See Stopes, Ric.

-, pension list, p. 553.

Meath, Edward Staples, bp. of (“Edwarde Miden.”), 13, 74–5, 82, 142, 328, 635–6, 830 (p. 399).

-, -, signature of, 74–5, 82, 328, 635–6.

Mechlin (Malyns, Malines, Machlyn), in Belgium, 265, 742, 938.

Mecklenburg, Albert duke of, 243.

Medcalff. See Metcalf.

Medelton. See Middleton.

Medgrave. See Broadoak.

Medici (Medices), the family, 448 (p. 184).

Medici, Alessandro de, duke of Florence, (murdered 6 Jan. 1537), 315.

-, -, his widow. See Margaret of Austria.

Medici, Cosmo de, duke of Florence, 304 (p. 123), 315, 581–2, 667, 712, 715, 762, 778, 906.

-, -, his wife. See Toledo, Eleanor de.

Medici, Katharine de. See Katharine.

Medilton. See Middleton.

Medleton. See Middleton.

Medley, Nic., g. 733 (44).

Medlycote, Humph., 609 (p. 276).

Medowne. See Meudon.

Meer. See Mere.

Megander, —, 269.

Meifod (Myvot), in Denbigh, g. 436 (22).

Meikle (Micgel), Jas., a Scot, 263.

Mekenes, Mich., prior of Axholme charterhouse, g. 733 (44).

Mekesburgh. See Mexborough.

Mekyn, Rog., p. 547.

Melady. See Melody.

Melancthon, Philip, 143, 231, 390, 679, 982, 985, 1003, 1015.

-, -, letters from, 231, 679, 982, 985, 1003, 1015.

-, -, his daughter, 679.

Melbourn (Melborne), Camb., g. 613 (1).

Melchet, Wilts. See Milchet.

Meldreth (Melrethe), Camb., g. 613 (1).

Melfi, prince of. See Doria, A.

Melfi (Mallffa), prince of. a Neapolitan refugee, 1030 (18 p. 530).

Melford, Suff., pp. 542. 560.

Melford, John, alias Reve, q. v.

-, Oliver, p. 546.

Meliden (Melleden), Flintsh., g. 613 (40).

Melksham (Melkesham, Meltysham, Melkysham), Wilts, g. 144 (2 p. 52), 942 (110).

Mell, Ric., 62 (2).

Melleden. See Meliden.

Melles. See Mells.

Mellifount, co. Louth, letter dated at, 212.

Mellis (Melles), Suff., g. 942 (43 p. 471).

Mellodye. See Melody.

Mells (Melles), Soms., g. 436 (80).

Melmerby, Cumb., parson of, 633.

Melody, —, serjeant at Calais, 609 (p. 278n).

-, (Mellodye, Meladye), Thos., 609 (p. 275), 853 (p. 426).

Melreth. See Meldreth.

Melsonbye, John, p. 552.

Melton, Kent. See Milton.

Melton, Leic., g. 613 (35).

Melton, Wm., 69 (2):—p. 546.

Meltysham. See Melksham.

Melun (Myllon), in France, letter dated at, 778.

Menai (Meney), in Anglesea, p. 565.

Mendip Hills, Soms., p. 557.

Meneham meadow, near Gloucester, g. 612 (5).

Menell, Robt., g. 942 (41b).

Menert, —, 937.

Menks, John, g. 611 (26).

Mense, bp. of. See Mentz.

Mentz (Mense), Albert of Brandenburg, archbishop of, Elector and Cardinal, 243, 797, 842.

Menyfee or Menyffe, John, g. 831 (28).

-, -, Eliz. his wife, g. 831 (28).

Menyffe. See Menyfee.

Menys, John, prb. of Canterbury, 452.

Menzes, Gilbert, provost of Aberdeen, 221.

Mepersale. See Meppershall.

Meppershall (Mepersale), Beds and Herts, g. 282 (18), 613 (1).

Mercator (Marcator), Sir Michael, 642 (1, 2), 699, 705, 1029 (46).

-, -, letters from, 705, 1029 (46).

-, -, handwriting of, 699.

Mercer, Joan, p. 546.

Merchants and shipowners, 322, 335, 438 (2).

Merchant strangers, 10.

Mercyall. See Marshall.

Mere or Meer, Linc., p. 556.

Mere. See Meare.

Mere, John, p. 542.

Mereall, Thos., letter from, 1029 (47).

Meredith, Mr., 388, 508 (p. 227).

-, John, g. 436 (89), 942 (11).

Merett, Agnes, 840:—p. 548.

Merevale (Meryvale) abbey (supp.), Warw., p. 558.

Meriden, Warw., g. 613 (41).

Meriden. See Marden.

Merignan. See Mar'gnano.

Merkaunt, Pierre, 687.

Merkynfeyld. See Markenfield.

Merlako or Marlake, Bucks, g. 282 (109 pp. 115–6).

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

Merryke, Roland, clk., g. 1027 (10).

Merse, the, or East Marches of Scotland, 580.

Mersham, Suss. (near Fairlight?), g. 942 (17).

Mershall. See Marshall.

Merstham, Surr., g. 282 (84).

Merston. See Marston; and Marston Moreteyne.

Merston, Suss., 498 (37).

Merten. See Martin.

Merton (Marten, Marytyn), Surr., priory (supp.) of, 498 (35, 36):—pp. 565, 568:—g. 436 (45, 64), 831 (86), 1027 (23 p. 508).

-, -, prior of. See Ramsey, J.

Merveyne. See Marvyn.

Mervyn. See Marvyn.

Mery, John, g. 282 (108).

-, Robt., vicar of Eastwood, petition from, 1029 (48).

Merycke, Wm., 859.

Meryfeld manor, Hants (near Ropley?), g. 942 (82).

Meryfylde, Robt., p. 549.

Meryng, Alex., g. 733 (66).

-, Jas., g. 942 (16).

Meryvale. See Merevale.

Mesenger. See Messenger.

Messana. See Messina.

Messenger (Mesenger), Thos., p. 543.

Messina (Myssena, Messana, Missena), in Sicily, 520 (p. 231), 522 (p. 232), 712, 720.

-, letter dated at, 577.

Metcalf, Alice, p. 553.

-, (Medcalff), Edm., p. 552.

-, Robt., g. 613 (24).

Meter, Ant., 610.

Methame, Isabel, p. 552.

Methwolde, Mr., 682.

Meudon (Medowne), in France, 870.

Meuxe. See Meaux.

Meverell, Arthur, prior of Tutbury, g. 282 (105).

-, Thos., 21.

Mewe, Marg., p. 543.

Mewtas (Mutus, Mutas), Peter, of the Privy Chamber, controller of the Mint, 14 (p. 5), 900:—g. 144 (1), 942 (55, 63).

-, -, Joan, his wife, 21:—g. 942 (55).

Mewxe. See Meaux.

Mexborough (Mekesburgh), Yorks., p. 556.

Mey (Aley), Wm., a member of Convocation, signature of, 861.

Meynell, Robt., g. 942 (20).

Meyre, Thos., g. 733 (15).

Micgel. See Meikle.

Michel, Edw., 62 (2):—p. 551.

-, Elena, p. 545.

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

-, Joan, p. 550.

-, John, prior of Witham, p. 544.

-, Sampson, clk., 211.

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

Michelson, John, p. 544.

Middelsoway. See Middlezoy.

Middleborough, John, g. 733 (54).

Middleby, co. Dumfries, 198.

Middleham, Yorks., g. 942 (66).

Middlesex, g. 942 (22), 1027 (41).

-, commission of peace, g. 831 (47b).

-, lands in, 60, 69, 393.

Middlesex, archdeacon of. See Edon, R.

Middleton (Middelton), Oxon, g. 831 (55).

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

Middleton Abbey. See Milton Abbas.

Middleton in Teesdale, Dham., p. 565.

Middleton (Medilton, Mydylton), —, Wallop's servant, 539, 961.

-, (Middelton), Ambrose, g. 612 (14).

-, Barbara, p. 552.

-, (Middelton), Cecily, p. 551.

-, (Midilton), David, g. 436 (22).

-, Sir Geoff., 465 ii.

-, (Medleton), John, spear of Calais, 608 (3, 4 ii.), 609 (p. 276).

-, John, g. 831 (43).

-, (Midilton), Thos., g. 436 (22).

-, (Medelton), Thomasina, p. 550.

-, Sir Wm., g. 282 (21), 942 (41b).

Middlezoy (Myddelsoway), Soms., 350:—g. 282 (87).

Midelwarde Forest, Cumb., p. 565.

Miden, Edw. See Meath, bp. of.

Midgham (Mygeham), Berks, g. 282 (44, 88).

Midilton. See Middleton.

Midle, Kent, g. 943 (49, 51).

Midwinter, Thos., g. 733 (3).

-, Wm., g. 733 (3).

Migeham. See Midgham.

Migeley (Migley), Laur., g. 282 (71).

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

Mighell, Rog., p. 547.

Milan, city of, 315, 533.

Milan, archbishop of. See Este, I. de.

Milan, duchy of, 38 (p. 16), 40, 134 (pp. 42–3), 145 (p. 55), 188, 222 (pp. 78–9), 223–4, 233, 239, 285, 315, 320, 332, 334, 344, 356–7, 418 ii., 421, 449, 456–7, 462, 480, 508 (p. 227), 511, 533, 543 (pp. 244–5), 548, 573, 581–2, 591, 597, 651, 667, 670 (2), 674, 676, 787, 814, 838, 902.

Milan (Millayn), Christina duchess of, widow of Francis Sforza, younger of the two daughters of Christiern II., the deposed king of Denmark, 304 (p. 123), 315, 320, 334, 337, 356, 368, 511, 533, 567, 574, 626, 666 (p. 316), 735, 781, 870, 886, 904.

Milborne or Milburn, John, 96 (2).

-, Sym, 96 (2).

Milbrook (Mylbrok), Beds, g. 613 (1).

Milburne St. Andrew's, Dors., g. 282 (90).

Milchet (qu. Melchet, Wilts?), letter dated at, 71.

Mildemaye, Thos., auditor of Augmentations, 69 (2), 393 (2):—p. 559 bis:—g. 282 (36), 942 (100).

-, -, signature of, 69 (2), 393 (2).

-, -, Avicia, his wife, g. 942 (100).

-, Walter, of the Augmentations, 763.

-, Wm., p. 566.

Mildenhall, Suff., p. 560.

Mildenhall, Wilts, 20 (2).

Mildenhall, Thos., p. 546.

Mile End (Milend), Essex, near Colchester, g. 611 (8), 613 (18).

Mile End Hall, Essex, g. 611 (8).

Milett, John, p. 544.

Milforde, Wm., p. 544.

Milhoo. See Millow.

Milioncourt (Mylancourt), Mons. de, 750–1.

Milkewell, Surr., g. 942 (49).

Mille (Mill), John, recorder of Southampton, 642 (1, 2), 862:—g. 282 (2), 942 (14).

Miller, John, g. 942 (61).

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

Milleraye. See La Meilleraye.

Millett (Myllette), Edw., p. 561.

-, John, 840:—p. 548.

Millom (Mylhom), Cumb., p. 560.

Millow (Milhoo alias Milnehoo), Beds, near Dunton, g. 613 (1), 831 (20).

Mills or Milles, Edw., 749 (2).

-, Thos., 610.

Milmars, Ric., p. 547.

Milnehoo or Milnehowe. See Millow.

Milner, John, g. 282 (71).

-, Ric., p. 551.

-, Robt., g. 282 (71).

Milnethorpe, Notts, g. 942 (70).

Milton, Hants, p. 564.

Milton (Melton), Kent, near Gravesend, p. 540:—g. 942 (49 bis).

-, blockhouse at, 196:—g. 436 (51).

Milton, Oxon, near Adderbury, g. 436 (29).

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

Milton (or Middleton) Abbas, Dors., g. 282 (90).

-, abbey (supp.) of, pp. 545, 556, 562 bis:—g. 282 (90), 436 (67), 831 (25, 81), 1027 (23).

-, -, abbot. See Stephens, J.

-, -, pension list, p. 545.

Milton Bryant (Bryen), Beds, g. 282 (91), 613 (1).

Milton Clevedon, Soms., p. 561.

Milton Ernest (M. Harnes), Beds, g. 613 (1).

Milton Harnes. See M. Ernest.

Milton, Ric., p. 543.

Milverton, Soms., g. 144 (2 p. 52), 436 (32).

Milward, Eliz., p. 546.

-, Ric., g. 144 (20).

-, Wm., 884.

Milwich, Staff., g. 942 (42).

Mims, South- (Southmymmys), Midd., g. 612 (6).

Minchin Barrow, near Backwell, Soms., p. 567.

-, priory (supp.) of, p. 567.

Minchinbury (Mynchonbury), Herts, g. 733 (42).

Minchin manor, Essex, in Dunmow, g. 831 (25, 80).

Minden, bpric. of, 781 (2).

Minehead (Mynhed), Somers., g. 831 (40).

Minours, Roger, g. 831 (48).

Minshull, John, g. 733 (36).

Minskip, Yorks., g. 282 (77).

Minsmere (Mynnesmere), Suff., g. 942 (43 p. 471).

Minster, in Sheppey, Kent, p. 556.

-, St. Sexburgh's nunnery (supp.), pp. 556, 567.

Mint. See under Henry VIII.

Mintry, Thos., King's scholar, g. 942 (90).

Mirfield, Yorks., p. 563:—g. 613 (19).

Miserden (Musserdere, Mysserdere), Glouc., g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Misnia, g. 144 (2).

Mispleading jeofailes, 498 (27).

Missena. See Messina.

Missenden Magna, Bucks, abbey (supp.) of, 283:—p. 553:—g. 436 (33).

-, -, abbot. See Otwell, J.

-, -, pension list, p. 553.

Missenden, Little-, Bucks, p. 562.

Missenden, Ant., serjeant-at-law, g. 942 (12).

-, Helen, p. 554.

-, Mary, prioress of Stixwould, p. 554.

-, Matilda, p. 554.

Misterton, Notts, p. 563.

Mistley (Mystleigh), Essex, g. 611 (8 p. 285), 733 (50).

Mitforde, Suff. See Mutford.

Mitton, Yorks., p. 557.

Mitton, Ric., g. 942 (74).

Mixton (Myxston) Hey, Staff., pp. 555, 558.

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

Mochelney. See Muchelney.

Mochelyes. See Leighs, Great-.

Mochemerkle. See Marcle, Much-.

Mochram, in Galloway, 274.

Modbury, Devon, g. 831 (71).

Modena, bp. of. See Morone, John.

Modenden (Muttendon), in Headcorn, Kent, Crossed Friars (supp.) of, g. 1027 (25).

Modye, Kath., g. 831 (74).

-, Ric., g. 831 (74).

Mogeranger. See Moggerhanger.

Moggerhanger (Mogeranger), Beds, 372

Mograf. See Musgrave.

Mogrydge (Mogryge), Dorothy, p. 545.

-, Eliz., p. 545.

Moigne, Thos. (executed in 1537), 939.

Moile. See Moyle.

Moise, John, 749 (2).

Molbery, —, 1029 (24).

Moldavia, Piero duke or caraboldan of, (“Pietro Palantino”), 104, 530 (p. 237).

Mole, John, g. 942 (99, 109).

Molesworth (Mullesworth), Hunts, g. 436 (42).

Molina. See Vazquez de Molina.

Moll, Ric., p. 551.

Mollens, Joan, p. 545.

Molsbye nunnery (supp.), Yorks., p. 557.

Molsey. See Moulsey.

Molton, Nic., p. 549.

-, (Mowtyng), Thos., 1029 (49).

Molyneux, Mr., 1028.

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

Momby. See Mumby.

Momford (Monforthe), Jas., p. 559.

Mon, Ric., 1031 (3).

Monasteries, alteration of, 248 (pp. 90, 93), 269, 954 (p. 485).

-, spoil of, 809.

-, surrenders of, 15, 28, 44, 60, 62, 69, 87, 93, 102, 111, 139 (thirteen), 211, 393, 691, 696, 743, 834.

Mondaye, Anne, p. 550.

Mondham. See Mundham.

Mondon. See Mundon.

Mondy, Thos., attainted, g. 436 (79).

Monens, Peter, g. 611 (5).

Monfalconet, —, 582.

Monforthe. See Momford.

Monk Bretton (Monkebreton, Burton), Yorks., g. 613 (16).

-, priory (supp.) of, p. 556:—g. 613 (16).

Monk Collom, Devon, g. 436 (32).

Monkebaron grange, Wilts, g. 613 (6).

Monkton, Wilts, 20 (2).

Monkton (Monkenton) chapel, Wilts, g. 282 (93).

Monkton, East- (Estmouncketon), Wilts, g. 831 (30).

Monkton Farley, or Farleigh, Wilts, priory (supp.) of, p. 540:—g. 942 (69).

Monlu. See Montluc.

Monmorancy. See Montmorency.

Monmorthe, Eleanor, p. 542.

Monmouth (Monnemouth), letter dated at, 164.

-, mill (Monnemowes Mill), p. 556.

-, priory (supp.) of, p. 556.

-, rectory, p. 556.

Monmouth, Eliz., p. 543.

Monmouthshire, clerkship of the peace, g. 942 (116).

Monnemouth. See Monmouth.

Monnington or Monyngton (Monyington), Marg., 840:—p. 548.

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

Monoux, Anne, widow of Thos., g. 436 (17).

-, George, alderman of London, ledger book of, 806.

-, Thos., 806 (p. 380);—g. 436 (17).

Monson, Wm., p. 561.

Monstant (?), C., letter from, 965.

-, -, her daughter, 965.

Monstroeuil (Monstreul, Montreuil), in France, 373, 472, 571.

-, letter dated at, 1030 (19).

Mont (Munth, Montaborinus), Chr., a German in Henry VIII.'s service, 271, 390, 419, 463, 589, 666, 678, 699 (?), 720, 781 (2), 797, 814, 923–4:—App. 6, 7.

-, -, letters from, 271, 390, 419, 666, 720, 781 (2), 797, 814.

-, -, letters to, 463, 678:—App. 6, 7.

-, -, handwriting of, 923–4.

Montacute (Montague), Soms., priory (supp.) of, pp. 542, 559:—g. 436 (32), 831 (25, 81).

-, -, pension list, p. 542.

-, -, prior. See Whitlock, R.

Montague (Montacut, de Monte Acuto), Henry Pole lord, brother of Cardinal Pole (executed in 1538), 397, 487n, 498 (p. 217), 686, 830 (p. 399), 939:—g. 612 (8).

-, -, a servant of, 830 (p. 399).

-, -, his son. See Pole, Henry.

Montague, Sir Edw., chief justice of King's Bench, 791, 1016:—g. 144 (20), 282 (6, 67–8, 95–6), 436 (52), 733 (15, 61).

Monte. See Berg.

Monte Acuto, Hen. de. See Montague.

Monteagle (Mounteagle), late lord, 163.

Monteagle, Thomas Stanley lord, 163, 560.

Monte Caniso, Dionisia de, g. 144 (2).

Montecchio, Alfonzo d'Este, marquis of, 926n.

Monte Pulciano. See Cervini.

Montluc (Monlu), A. de, prothonotary, French ambassador at Rome, 591, 670.

Montmorency, Anne de, Constable of France, 23, 38 passim, 76, 98, 100, 115, 121–2, 124, 130, 152, 154–5, 169, 171–2, 177, 189, 202, 207, 209, 222–4, 228, 234–5, 239–40, 257–8, 271, 290, 304 (p. 123), 306, 315, 320, 332, 334, 357, 368, 370, 373, 401, 418, 421, 425, 448 (pp. 183–4), 462, 468, 480, 486–7, 533, 543, 548, 563, 567, 572, 574, 591, 621, 625–6, 652, 677, 697, 707 ii., 720, 736–7, 750, 762, 767, 778, 781 (2), 786–8, 792, 801, 804, 817, 842, 848, 870, 890, 902–4, 906, 926, 953 (p. 484), 954, 968, 976, 990, 1000–2, 1030 (18 p. 529).

-, -, letters from, 122, 152, 177, 228, 258, 373, 563, 626, 677, 786, 788, 817, 903, 1001–2.

-, -, letters to, 23, 124, 155, 169, 171–2, 189, 202, 209, 234–5, 290, 306, 334, 370, 401, 425, 486–7, 533, 548, 567, 652, 697, 737, 767, 804, 848, 902, 926, 954.

-, -, his brother. See La Rochepot.

-, -, his secretary, 418 ii.

-, -, his wife, 778.

Montmorency (Monmorancy), Gabriel de, sieur de Bours, son of Madame de Bours, 29, 194, 275, 750–1.

-, François de. See La Rochepot.

Monton (Maunton), Lanc., g. 942 (8).

Montpellier, Guillaume Pellicier, bishop of, French ambassador at Venice, 548.

-, -, letter from, 548.

Montpeson, Ed., 14 (p. 6).

Montreuil. See Monstroeuil.

Monyngton. See Monnington.

Moody, Edm., 323.

Moone, Ric., prior of Bolton, g. 436 (18).

Moore. See More.

Moore, John, grocer, 650 (2).

Moor House (Morehowse), near Edington, Soms., p. 556.

Moorish corsair, the, 842.

Moor Park or the More, near Rickmansworth, Herts, 901:—p. 561.

Moors, the, 879 (p. 440).

Moptide, Geo., p. 546.

Morainville, sieur de, letter from, 58.

Morborn, Hunts, g. 144 (22).

Mordaunt, John lord, 14 (p. 5):—g. 282 (6).

Mordaunt, Audrey, p. 547.

-, Sir John, 14 (p. 5), 414 (2).

-, (Mordant), Robt., 14 (p. 6):—g. 282 (20).

-, Winifred, p. 547.

Mordawe, Robt., g. 436 (75).

Morden, Guilden- (Gyldon Mordon), Camb., g. 613 (1).

Morden, Steeple- (Steple Mordon), Camb., g. 613 (1).

More, the. See Moor Park.

More, Sir Thomas, 721.

More, Agnes, g. 831 (55).

-, Alice, widow, g. 942 (19).

-, Chr., scholar at Oxford, 51.

-, (Moore), Chr., 14 (p. 6), 498 (37), 1029 (50):—g. 942 (19).

-, -, letter from, 1029 (50).

-, Constantia, g. 942 (19).

-, Edw., warden of New College beside Winchester, letter from, 336.

-, Eliz., p. 553.

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

-, Joan, pp. 545–6.

-, John, g. 282 (71).

-, Ric., 1028 (p. 511).

-, Roger, g. 831 (47b, 55).

-, Thos., g. 436 (34), 612 (8).

-, Wm., bp. suffragan of Colchester, g. 282 (20).

-, Wm., “the blind harper,” attainted, 438, 498 (p. 217), 598, 615.

-, Wm., 391, 749 (2):—pp. 550, 554:—g. 282 (71), 831 (47a).

-, -, complaint by, 391.

Morea, the, in Greece, 808.

Morebarne, Leic. (on Bosworth Moor?), p. 558.

Morebarne Fields, Leic., 498 iii. c. 79.

More End Castle, Ntht., g. 733 (49).

Morehall alias Sylkysmore, in Hersham, Surr., g. 733 (48).

Morehalle-in-Sall, Norf., g. 436 (59).

Morehowse. See Moor House.

Morelde, Kath., p. 547.

Moreranton, Heref., g. 831 (39).

Moret, See Morette.

Moreton, Bucks, p. 561.

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

Moreton grange, near East Harlsey, Yorks., g. 733 (20).

Moreton. See Morton.

Morette (Moret), Charles de Soliers, sieur de, 544, 842.

Morfett, Thos., g. 613 (47).

Morgan abbey. See Margam.

Morgan, Anne, 110:—p. 550.

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

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

-, Hen., g. 733 (5).

-, (Amorgan, Morgayne), John, 609 (p. 275):—p. 543.

-, Peter, letter to, 760.

-, Ric., of Lincoln's Inn, letter from, 109.

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

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

-, Wm., p. 555:—g. 282 (74), 1027 (10).

Morgante, Robt., 281.

Morgayne. See Morgan.

Morice (Morres, Moryse), Sir Chr., master of the Ordnance, 196, 323, 608 (3 bis, 4 ii.), 795, 935:—p. 540.

-, -, his book of the blockhouses, 323.

Morice (Mores), John, receiver of Sion, (died 5 July 1540), 840.

-, (Morreys), John, p. 554.

-, (Mores), Thos., p. 561:—g. 436 (79).

-, Wm., 464:—g. 282 (20).

Morison (Morysine), Richard, of the Privy Chamber, 14 (p. 5), 143, 691, 695, 726, 1029 (16, 51–3):—g. 613 (3), 831 (64).

-, -, letters from, 726, 1029 (51–3).

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

-, -, signature of, 691, 695.

Morlaix (Morles, Murles), in Brittany, 426, 704.

-, captain of, 704.

Morland, Westmld., p. 562.

Morland, Matth., p. 552.

Morles. See Morlaix.

Morley, Henry Parker lord, 14 (p. 5), 500:—g. 282 (20, 61).

Morley, Thos., bp. suffragan of Marlborough (Marelburgensis), 424.

Morone, John, Bp. of Modena, afterwards (1542) Cardinal, nuncio to King Ferdinand, 304, 911.

-, -, letter to, 911.

Morpeth, Eliz, p. 552.

-, (Morpithe), John, p. 548.

Morraye. See Murray.

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

Morres. See Morice.

Morreul, beside Amiens, 529.

Morreys. See Morice.

Mors, John, p. 544.

Mortaigne, in Artois, 457.

Morthowe, Wm., 111 (2):—p. 551.

Mortimer, Hen., g. 144 (2).

Morton (Murton) Valence, Glouc., 751:—g. 733 (28), 1027 (3).

Morton, Mrs., 21.

-, Eliz., p. 545.

-, Gabriel, prior of St. Peter's in Gloucester, 24:—p. 548.

-, Joan, p. 550.

-, (Moreton), John, 49, 452, 609 (p. 276):—pp. 549, 553.

-, (Moreton), Robt., p. 547.

-, (Moreton), Roland, g. 282 (7, 35), 942 (39).

-, Thos., g. 942 (40).

-, Wm., g. 282 (34), 733 (63).

Mortymer manor, Kent, g. 436 (61).

Morus. See Moorish Corsair.

Morwent, Wm, 24:—p. 548.

Moryse. See Morice.

Morysine. See Morison.

Mosman, Thos., 580.

Mosse, Marg., p. 547.

Motley, John, 406.

Motte, Steph., 61.

Mottehall Barne, Berks, g. 436 (34).

Motteram, Chr., p. 546.

Mottisfont, Hants, priory (supp.) of, p. 541.

Moulsey (Molsey), Robt., 21.

Moulsham (Mullesham, Mulsam, Mulsham), Essex, p. 557:—g. 282 (36), 611 (8 p. 285), 942 (100).

Moulton (Multon), Norf., g. 942 (43 p. 471).

Moulton (Multon), Ntht., p. 564.

Moundesmere, Hants, 20 (2).

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

Mountayne (Mowntayne), Eliz., 840:—p. 548.

Mounteagle. See Monteagle.

Mounteney, —, 380.

Mountford, Osbert, g. 942 (11).

Mountgrace, Yorks., near Osmotherley, Charterhouse of, 32, 125, 747:—pp. 553, 555, 564:—g. 733 (20).

-, -, pension list, p. 555.

-, -, prior. See Wilson, J.

Mountjoy, Charles Blount lord, 14.

Mountjoy (Montjoy), Blount lord (temp. Jac. I.?), 966 (p. 488).

Mountnessing (Mounteneysynge), Essex, g. 282 (40, 76).

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

Mourray. See Murray.

Moustier, Jehan de, 56.

Mowerde or Mower, Giles, p. 562.

Mownslowe, John, g. 942 (35).

Mowntayne. See Mountayne.

Mownter, Wm., 391 (4).

Mowsell, in Furness, Lanc., p. 566.

Mowtyng. See Molton.

Moylagh, co. Meath, g. 942 (65).

Moyle (Moile), —, 889 (p. 443).

-, (Moile), John, 749 (2):—g. 436 (22).

-, (Moile), Thos., 809 (p. 383), 1028:—g. 436 (22).

-, -, Joan, his wife, g. 436 (22).

Moymet, co. Meath, 159.

Moynalwey, co. Meath, g. 942 (65).

Moynes in Asheldham, Essex, p. 541.

Muchelney (Mochelney), Soms., 498 iii. c. 78.

Mules and muletts, 186, 343, 719, 996.

Mullesham. See Moulsham.

Mullesworth. See Molesworth.

Mulsam. See Moulsham.

Mulsham. See Moulsham.

Multon. See Moulton.

Multoun, Hants, g. 436 (72).

Mumby (Momby), Linc., g. 613 (47).

Muncks Hall, Suff., g 942 (44).

Mundham (Mundeham), Norf., g. 1027 (35).

Mundham (Mondham), Suss., g. 436 (72).

Mundham, North- (Northmondham), Suss., g. 611 (45).

Mundham, South- (Southmonden), Suss., 498 (37).

Mundon (Mondon), Essex, g. 611 (8).

Munkwike, Camb., g. 942 (43).

Munnyng, Thos., g. 282 (116).

Munslow, Ric., abbot of Winchcombe, 139 iv.:—p. 549.

Munster, in Ireland, 199, 341, 455, 723, 830 (pp. 398, 402).

Munster, in Germany, bp. of, 797.

Muntelano, Fernando de, 426.

Munth. See Mont.

Murles. See Morlaix.

Murray (Morraye), James Stuart earl of (1501 to 1544), natural son of King James IV., 709–10.

Murray (Mourray), Chas., servant to James V., 2–4, 576.

Murton. See Morton.

Musbury, Devon, g. 436 (69).

Muscheaums, Edw., 465 ii.

Musgrave (Mograf), John, pensioner on the Borders, keeper of Bewcastle, 106, 120, 432, 465 ii., 559, 598.

-, -, letter from, 559.

-, Mugge, 465 ii.

-, Nich., refugee in Scotland, 160.

-, Thos., p. 547.

-, Sir Wm., 120, 405, 423.

-, -, letter from, 405.

-, -, his wife Eliz. (dec.), 405.

-, -, to marry lord Borough's daughter, 423.

Mushame, Wm., p. 552.

Musicians nd their instruments, g. 611 (19).
-, double drums, 14.
-, trumpets, 14 (pp. 4, 5), 642 (2).
-, viols, 905.

Muskham, North-, Notts, g. 283 (10).

Musque, —, 1030 (4).

Musserdere. See Miserden.

Musters, 567, 709 (p. 331n).

Muston, Leic., g. 611 (41).

Muston Winterborne (W. Musterton), Dors., near Bere Regis, p. 563:—g. 436 (66).

Muswell farm and chapel, in Clerkenwell, Midd., p. 541.

Mutford (Mitforde), Suff., g. 144 (2).

Mutford (Mytford) hundred, Suff., g. 144 (2).

Muttendon. See Modenden.

Mutton, Peter, g. 613 (40).

Muttysfen, Norf, g. 942 (18).

Mutus. See Mewtas.

Myconius, Frederic, pastor of Gotha, letter to, 1015.

Mydeley, Robt., p. 554.

Mydle. See Middle.

Mydle, Kent, g. 613 (32).

Mydleton abbey. See Milton Abbas.

Mydylton. See Middleton.

Mygeham. See Midgham.

Myghels Gussage. See Gussage.

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

Mylhom. See Millom.

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

Myller, drossart of. See Haupeler.

Myllon. See Melun.

Mylos End (Glouc.?), 183.

Mynchyn Court manor, 526.

Mynchyn Home. See Tudheys.

Mynhed. See Minehead.

Mynne, John, auditor of the Exchequer, commissioner to Ireland (Aug. 1540), 17, 978, 988.

-, John, 553.

Mynnesmere. See Minsmere.

Myrthe, Thos., 64.

Myssena. See Messina.

Mysserdere. See Miserden.

Myvot. See Meiford.



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