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'Index: O', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 15: 1540 (1896), pp. 715-719. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=76197 Date accessed: 21 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Oaken (Oken), Staff., g. 611 (26).

Oakenshawe (Okenshawe), Yorks., g. 436 (62).

Oakham (Okeham), Rutl., gaol, g. 144 (20).

Oakhampton (Okehampton), Devon, park of, g. 144 (13).

Oakley (Okeley), Beds, g. 613 (1).

Oakley (Okeley, Ocley), Bucks, g. 282 (109), 612 (7).

Oak Mere (Okemere), near Vale Royal, Chesh., p. 563.

Oatlands (Otelande, Otland), Surr., grants dated at, g. 436 (7), 1027 (40).

O'Bechan, Donal, Romish bp. of Kildare, 892.

O'Brien (Obrene, OBryin), Conocher, of Toybrien, “the Great O'Brien,” Irish chief (died in June? 1540), 12, 82, 545, 620, 672, 815, 830 (pp. 398, 402), 915.

-, -, his wife. See Fitzgerald, Ellen.

O'Brien, Morough, brother of Conocher, tanist of Thomond, became the O'Brien in 1540, afterwards (1543) created earl of Thomond, 830 (p. 398), 849 (p. 420), 858, 912, 915.

O'Brien (O'Brene), Donough, eldest son of Conocher, brother-in-law of Ormond, 142, 830 (p. 398), 849 (p. 420), 915.

-, (O'Breyne), Maurice, captain of Arra, 12.

O'Bryin. See O'Brien.

O'Byrne or Obirne, Fergananym Roo, 12.

-, Thady, Irish chief, 12, 13, 594, 651, 830 (p. 400).

O'Carrol (O'Karroyl), Callagh, 849 (p. 420).

-, (Okarrell, Okarelle), Fergananym, captain of Ely, Irish chief, 12, 830 (pp. 398–9, 402).

OChonour. See O'Connor.

Ockbrook (Okebroke), Derb., p. 566.—g. 282 (10).

Ockendon (Hukkyngton), Essex, g. 282 (20).

Ocley. See Oakley.

O'Connor (Oconohour, OChonour), Bernard, Irish chief, 12, 13, 82, 226, 594, 620, 649, 654, 672, 683–4, 693, 815, 830 (pp. 398–9, 400), 849 (p. 420), 912, 915.

-, -, his eldest son, 830 (p. 399).

-, -, his sons, 654.

O'Connor (Ochonour), Cahir Roo, brother of Bernard, 830 (p. 400).

-, (OChonour), Owen McMaurice, captain of Yrey, Irish chief, indenture with, 1019.

-, Connor More, 830 (p. 399).

-, (OChonour), Tirrelagh Roo, lord of Clonynyll, Irish chief, 12.

Octro, Soms., g. 282 (106).

Odby, Ric., 936.

Odcombe, Soms., g. 141 (2 p. 52).

Oddingley (Odingley), Worc., g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Odeham. See Odiham.

O'Denell. See O'Donell.

Odensee (Odennsehe), in Denmark, letter dated at, 576.

Odian, Thos., 452.

Odiham (Odeham), Hants, 498 iii. c. 68.

Odingley. See Oddingley.

O'Donell (ODonyll, Adonel, O'Downyll, O'Denell), Manus, Irish chief, 74, 82, 142, 199, 300, 321, 328, 455, 551, 704, 799, 815, 830 (pp. 398–9, 400–2), 849 (p. 420), 912, 988–9, 994:—g. 436 (27–8).

-, -, letter from, 799.

-, -, letter to, 989.

-, -, pardon of, g. 436 (27).

-, -, safe conduct for, g. 436 (28).

-, -, submission, 799.

Odowire. See ODwyer.

ODownyll. See O'Donell.

O'Doyn (ODyn), Thadeus or Teague, Irish chief, captain of Oregan, 912, 1019 (2).

-, -, indenture with, 1019 (2).

-, Thadeus Fuscus, son of the preceding, 1019 (2).

Odrone. See Idrone.

ODwyer (Odowire), Conocher, of Kilnamanna, Irish chief, 12.

Odyham. See Odiham.

ODyn. See O'Doyn.

Œcolampadius, the Reformer, 137.

Offchurch (Oschurche), Warw., pp. 557, 559.

Offenham, Worc., g. 436 (48).

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

Offlarte. See O'Flaherty.

Offton (Offeton), Suff., g. 942 (43).

Offyngton, Suss., (qu. Ovingdean?), g. 831 (59).

Offyngton. See Uffington.

O'Flaherty (Offlarte), Hugh, Irish chief, 12.

Ofton (Hofton), Suff., 478 (2 p. 200, 3).

-, parson of. See Botolph, W.

Ogerston, in Morborn, Hunts, g. 144 (22).

Ogilvy, Sir Walter, 248 (pp. 88–9, 92–3).

Oglander, Geo., g. 942 (14).

Ogle, Eliz., 840:—p. 548.

-, Geo., 465 ii.

-, John, of Kirkley, 465 ii.

-, John, of Ogle Castle, 465 ii.

-, John, 1011.

-, Ric., g. 282 (19), 942 (12).

-, Sir Robt., called lord Ogle, 465 ii.:—g. 282 (80).

-, Thos., 987, 1012, 1018.

-, Sir Wm., 465 ii.

Oglethorpe, Dr. Owen, the Queen's chaplain, president of Magdalen (College, Oxford, afterwards bp. of Carlisle, 21, 826 (18–20, 23).

-, -, signature of, 826 (18).

Okarrell See O'Carrol.

O'Karroyl. See O'Carroll.

Okebroke. See Ockbrook.

Okeham. See Oakham.

Okehame, John, p. 549.

-, Miles, p. 549.

Okehampton. See Oakhampton.

Okeley. See Oakley.

Okeley, Marg., p. 545.

O'Kellys, the Irish family, 815, 912.

Oken. See Oaken.

O'Kennedy, Dermot, 12.

Okenshawe. See Oakenshaw.

Oking, Robt., LL.D., bp. Capon's chancellor, 1013.

Okyngton, Glouc. (qu. Uckington or Oxenton?), p. 564.

Oldefelde, Thos., 61.

Oldeford, Markes, letter from, 452 (3).

-, -, his wife, 452 (3).

Oldenburg (Oldenborch), Count of, 377.

Old Ford, Midd., in West Ham, grants dated at, 1027 (12, 14, 15, 24, 26).

Old Hall (Oldehalle), Suff., in Rougham, g. 436 (31).

Oldman, Joan, p. 547.

Oldnale, John, g. 282 (26).

Olesleger. See Olisleger.

Olever. See Oliver.

Oliphant, Mr. Andrew, vicar of Foulis and Innertig, letter to, 136 ii.

Olisleger (Olesleger, Osleger, Oslinger, Oslyger). Dr. Henry, vice-chancellor of Cleves, ambassador from Cleves (Jan. 1540), 33, 80, 91, 217, 242 (pp. 85–6), 267, 389, 482–3, 519, 581, 596, 642 (1, 2), 735n, 781, 823–4, 861 (2), 899, 908 (p. 451), 909, 925 (p. 457), 970.

-, -, letters from, 33, 91.

-, -, nephew of, 899, 908 (p. 451), 925 (p. 457), 970.

Oliver, Sir, lord Lisle's chaplain, 478 (4), 539 (pp. 240–2), 552, 853 (p. 426).

Oliver, John, LL.D., dean of Henry VIII.'s College in Oxford, 860 (p. 430), 861 (1, 2):—g. 1027 (45).

-, -, signature of, 861.

-, John, vicar of Hayton, 1029 (9).

-, John, g. 733 (54).

-, Jok, 96.

-, Ric., p. 546.

-, (Olever), Wm., called Fargus, 96.

Ollare. See Woller.

Olton. See Oulton.

Olveston. See Ouston.

O'Madden, —, Irish chief, 830 (p. 400).

-, (OMady), Hugh, Irish chief, 12.

-, (Omadyn), Mulloughlin, Irish chief, 12.

Omadyn. See O'Madden.

Omaghir. See O'Meagher.

Ombersley (Umbersley), Wm., 51.

Ombursley, Robt., 118:—p. 550.

OMeagher (Omaghir), Gillernowe, Irish chief, 12.

O'Moloughlyn. See O'Mulloughlin.

O'More, —, Irish chief, 13.

-, -, his wife, 13.

-, Conell (the O'More who died in 1537), his sons, 620, 654, 830 (p. 400).

-, Kedagh, 830 (p. 401).

-, Peter, the O'More, 830 (p. 400).

-, Rory, 830 (p. 399).

O'Mulloguhlin (Omullaghlen, O'Molaughlyn), Arte, Irish chief, 12, 912.

O'Mulloy or O'Mulmoy (O'Molmoy, O'Melmoy), Cahir, Irish chief, 12, 13, 82, 815, 830 (p. 399), 912.

O'Mulryan, Dermot, of Owney, Irish chief, 12.

Oncote (Uncote), Staff., p. 561.

O'Neil (Oneyle, O'Nele), Con, “the Great O'Neil,” 12, 13, 74, 82, 142, 199, 226, 328, 342, 455, 551, 594, 620, 649, 654, 672, 683–4, 752, 815, 830 (pp. 399, 400), 849 (p. 420), 897, 912:—g. 942 (80).

-, -, letter from, 897.

-, -, letter to, 752.

-, -, pardon for, 849 (p. 420).

-, -, his secretary, 752.

-, -, his son-in-law, 830 (p. 399).

-, Bernard or Breyn, son of Con, g. 942 (80).

-, Con, son of the Great O'Neil, g. 942 (80).

-, Ferdoragh, son of Con, 199:—g. 942 (80).

-, Neil More, 830 (p. 400).

-, Phelim Kegh, eldest son of Con, g. 942 (80).

-, Phelim Roo, 12, 199, 830 (p. 399).

Oney. See Owney.

Oneyle. See O'Neil.

Onions, 1014.

Onn (Oune), Staff., g. 942 (42).

Onolde Wood, in Cholsey, Berks, g. 282 (81).

Onsloo, in Normandy, 1009.

Orange, principality of, Francis duke of Longueville's claim to, 58.

Orange (Araunges), René of Nassau, prince of, son of Henry count of Nassau and of Claudia, sister of Prince Philibert, 58, 100, 320, 356, 530, 876, 880, 906, 1002, 1020.

Orayly. See O'Reilly.

Orchard, Soms., g. 282 (106).

Order, the. See Garter, Order of.

Orders of religious persons, 901 (p. 447).

Ordnance (brass pieces, &c.), 1030 (18 pp. 528–30).

Ordnance. See under Henry VIII.

Oregan, in Queen's County, 1019.

O'Reilly (OReily), —, Irish chief, 830 (pp. 399, 401).

-, Cahir Modder (slain in 1538), 830 (p. 400).

-, (Orayly, Oraylie, O'Rayle), Edmond McHugh McEdmond, captain of Clonkyle, 12, 13, 199, 355, 594.

-, Tirlough, 13, 830 (p. 400).

-, Tirlough Boy, 830 (p. 400).

Orford, Linc. See Irford.

Orgaston. See Haggerston.

Orkney Islands, 962–3.

Orlam, Robt., 884.

Orleans, duke of. See Charles.

Orliance, —, mariner, 217 (p. 77).

-, John, 610.

Orme, Humph., g. 942 (83).

Ormond and Ossory, Piers Butler, earl of (died 1539), 13, 551, 830 (pp. 398–9, 401–2), 857.

Ormond and Ossory, James Butler, earl of, son of the preceding, lord treasurer of Ireland (in England in June and July 1540), 74–5, 82–3, 142, 199, 387, 455, 594, 620, 635–6, 672, 684, 693, 830 (pp. 399, 400), 858, 915.

-, -, letters from, 620, 672, 915.

-, -, letter to, 858.

-, -, signature of, 74–5, 82–3, 455, 594, 635–6.

Ormond and Ossory, Margaret countess dowager of, daughter of Gerald 8th earl of Kildare, widow of Piers earl of Ormond, 551, 558, 857.

-, -, letters from, 551, 857.

-, -, her niece's husband, 551.

Ormsby or North Ormsby or Nun Ormsby, Linc., priory (supp.) of, g. 942 (118).

Orrey, John, prior of Chicksand, g. 282 (124), 942 (19).

Orslowe. Staff., g. 9–12 (42).

Orton, Rutl. See Overton.

Orton, Joan, p. 553.

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

Orwell, the Suffolk river, 445.

Orwell, Jas., g. 436 (77).

Oryell, Ric., p. 549.

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

Osbaldeston, Sir Alex., 1028:—g. 942 (38).

-, -, his children, 1028.

-, Hen., g. 942 (38).

-, Ric., g. 942 (38).

-, Thos., g. 942 (38).

-, Thurstan, g. 942 (38).

Osbarton or Osberton, in Worksop, Notts, g. 942 (99), 1027 (27–8).

Osborne, Mr., 445.

-, Edw., signature of, 506.

-, John, g. 942 (103).

-, Ric., 72.

-, (Osburne), Thos., 166.

Oschurche. See Offchurch.

Oseney (Osney), Oxon, beside Oxford, abbey (supp.) of, g. 282 (109 p. 116), 436 (25).

-, -, abbot. See King, R.

Osgorbie, Joan, p. 554.

Osiander, Andrew, the Reformer, 814.

Osilworthe. See Ozleworth.

Osleger. See Olisleger.

Oslinger. See Olisleger.

Oslyger. See Olisleger.

Osmaston, Derb, p. 567.

Osmonde, John, p. 546.

Osmondersley. See Osmotherley.

Osmotherley (Osmoderly, Osmondersley), Yorks., g. 733 (20), 831 (64).

Osney. See Oseney.

Ossory, earl of. See Ormond and Ossory.

Ostend, in Flanders, fishermen of, 774, 819, 947.

Ostringensis, bp. of, 530. See Strigonia.

Ostrych. See Ostryge.

Ostryge (Ostrych), Wm., governor of the English merchants in Spain, 45, 384, 859.

-, -, letters from, 45, 384.

Ostynghanger. See Westonhanger.

Oswaldebeck, Notts, 498 (26).

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

Otelande. See Oatlands.

Oter. See Otter.

Otewell. See Otwell.

Otford, Kent, 498 iii. c. 72.

Otford (Ottforde), Barth., 452.

Otherey, Soms., g. 282 (87).

Otland. See Oatlands.

O'Tole. See O'Toole.

O'Toole (Othole, OTole), Tirlough, 13, 227, 830 (pp. 400–1), 915.

O'Tooles or Tooles (Toolys, Tholes, Toles, Toiles), the Irish family. 594, 620, 649, 654, 672, 683, 815, 830 (p. 400), 849 (p. 420), 912.

O'Towynegrene (i.e., of Toybrien). See O'Brien.

Ottavio. See Farnese, O.

Otter (Oter), the Devonshire river, g. 282 (11).

Otterburn, Nthld., 465 ii.

Otterburn, Sir Adam, of Reidhall, 580.

Otterington, North- (Northotrington), g. 831 (64).

Otterpole, Kent, 498 iii. c. 77.

Otterton, Devon, g. 282 (11).

Ottery, Fen- (Fen Otery), Devon, g. 282 (11).

Ottery (Oterye) St. Mary, Devon, 498 iii. c. 79.

Otwell (Otewell), John, abbot of Missenden, p. 553:—g. 436 (33).

Oughterony (Oughtryn), barony with Ikeath, co. Kildare, 830 (p. 401).

Oulton (Olton), Chesh., p. 564.

Oulton, Agnes, prioress of Nuneaton, p. 546.

Oune. See Onn.

Oursby. See Owersby.

Ourtoys, Merting, 221.

Ouse (Owse), the Bedfordshire river, g. 436 (42).

Ouse (Owse), the Yorkshire river, g. 1027 (40).

Ousefleet (Uslett), Yorks., g. 282 (31).

Ouston (Owlston, Olveston), Leic., abbey (supp.) of, g. 611 (41), 1027 (5).

Outtigny (Outygny), M. d', 965.

Over, Chesh., p. 560.

Over, Hen., p. 564.

-, John, 1029 (8).

Overburneham. See Burneham, Over-.

Overhayford. See Heyford, Over-.

Overi, Thos., p. 550.

Oversteyn, earl of, ambassador from Cleves, in the train of Anne of Cleves, 14 (2), 80, 642 (1, 2), 823.

Overton, Salop, g. 611 (26).

Overton, Yorks., 538:—g. 611 (32).

Overton, Market- (Market Orton), Rutl., g. 613 (25).

Overton, Ant., p. 550.

-, John, p. 549.

-, Mary, p. 546.

Overtondon. See Stondon, Over.

Oving, Bucks, p. 541 (? “Owyngton”).

Oving (Bowyng), Suss., 498 (37 bis).

Owen, Anne, widow of Sir David, sister of Lord Ferrers, 607.

-, -, letter from, 607.

-, Sir David, 806.

-, Dorothy, wife of Sir Henry, 806.

-, (Awen), Dr. George, King's physician, 138:—g. 436 (81), 1027 (39).

-, -, Letitia, his wife, g. 436 (81).

-, Sir Hen., 806 (pp. 379, 381), 1030 (50).

-, -, letter from, 1030 (50).

-, Jaspar, 806.

-, John (“Little Owen”), son of Sir David, 607.

-, John, gunfounder, 193, 196.

-, -, letter from, 193.

-, Mary, 806.

-, (Oweyn), Ric., 102 (2):—p. 553.

-, Robt., gunfounder, 196.

-, Wm., p. 547.

-, Wm. ap John, p. 564.

Owersby (Oursby), Linc., g. 831 (46).

Oweston. See Owston.

Owlcy, Ellen, 110:—p. 550.

Owlston. See Ouston

Owney (Oney), in Ireland, captain of. See O'Mulryan.

Owse. See Ouse.

Owston (Oweston), Linc., g. 733 (44).

Owthorpe, Notts, g. 611 (44).

Owtred, John, g. 611 (25).

Owyngton, Bucks. See Oving.

Oxen, John, 609.

Oxenbregge. See Oxenbridge.

Oxenbridge, Robt., 14 (p. 6), 218.

-, (Oxenbregge), Wm., 642 (1, 2).

Oxenton, Glouc., p. 564 (? “Okyngton”).

Oxford, 166, 718:—g. 144 (2), 282 (7, 109), 436 (81).

-, letters dated at, 330, 443–4, 718.

-, dispute with the University, 718.

-, Castle, 64:—g. 144 (20)

-, Holliwell (Halywell) parish, g. 436 (81).

-, Northgate, g. 144 (2).

-, St. Giles parish, g. 436 (81).

Oxford University, 51, 112, 118, 139 iv., 645.

-, letter from chancellor and university, 718.

-, chancellor of, 645.
-, All Souls College, g. 611 (8 p. 285).
-, Balliol College, 443.
-, -, master. See Cotes, G.; White, W.
-, -, mastership of, 443.
-, Canterbury College, 452, 488.
-, -, surrender, 488.
-, -, warden. See Sandwich, Wm.
-, Henry VIII.'s College (previously Wolsey's now Christchurch), letter dated at, 526.
-, -, dean, See Oliver, J.
-, Lincoln College, 330.
-, Magdalen College, president. See Oglethorpe, O.
-, New College, 518.
-, -, warden. See London, Dr.

Oxford gloves, 269, 458.

Oxford, archdeacon of, g. 282 (109 p. 116). See Curwen, R.

Oxford, John de Vere earl of, lord High Chamberlain of England (died 20 March 1540), 14 (p. 5), 18 (p. 8), 380, 707:—g. 283 (20), 611 (38).

Oxford, John de Vere earl of, son of the preceding (for earlier references, see Bulbeck, lord), 380, 598, 615.

-, -, lands of, 380.

Oxford, Eliz. countess of, mother of the preceding, sister and heir of John Trussell, dec., 380.

Oxford, Anne countess dowager of, (widow of Earl John who died in 1526), 380.

Oxford, Owen, 474.

Oxfordshire, g. 1027 (41).

-, lands in, 69, 393, 488, 806 (p. 380).

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

Oxfrith, Kent, g. 942 (49).

Oxinbridge. See Oxenbridge.

Oxney, Isle of, Kent, g. 436 (92), 613 (32).

Oxney, John, 452.

Oxton, Notts, g. 942 (99), 1037 (28).

Oxventes, Bucks, g. 282 (109).

Oxyngton, Kent, g. 942 (49).

Oye. See under Calais.

Oyhoa, Martin de, 263.

Ozleworth (Osilworthe), Glouc., g. 282 (57).



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