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Pachett. See Paget.

Packar, Thos., 210.

Packington (Pakyngton), John, of the Welsh Council, 398, 447, 510, 690, 1021:—g. 282 (7, 28, 34–5), 733 (63), 942 (39, 40).

-, -, letters from, 447, 510.

-, (Pakyngton), John, g. 831 (47b).

Pacyens. See Patience.

Paderborn (Padebourne), in Westphalia, meeting of the elector of Saxony and duke of Cleves at, 242, 302, 389, 519.

Padge. See Page.

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

Padula (Paluda), in Naples, marquesana of, 356.

Padworth, Berks, g. 831 (1).

Page, Edw., 609 (p. 275).

-, John, p. 546.

-, (Padge), Sir Richard, lieutenant of the Pensioners, 10, 14 (p. 5 bis):—p. 540.

-, Robt., g. 942 (69).

-, Wm. 268 ii., 609 (p. 275).

Paget (Pachett, Patchett), William, secretary to Queen Katharine Howard, clerk of the Privy Council (10 Aug. 1540), 138, 642 (1, 2), 692, 728, 830 (p. 401), 966, 1021:—g. 831 (47b).

-, -, handwriting of, 728, 830 (p. 401).

Pagett, Lucy, p. 547.

-, (Pachett), Rose, 840.—p. 548.

Pagham (Pegham), Suss., 498 (37):—g. 611 (45).

Pahembury. See Payhembury.

Pains Castle, in Wales, g. 282 (28).

Painswick (Paynestwyke, Paneswyke), Glouc., 751:—g. 733 (28), 1027 (3).

-, letters dated at, 406, 408.

-, vicar of, 409.

Painswick Strode, Glouc., g. 1027 (3).

Paiton. See Payton.

Pakenham, Suff., p. 562:—g. 436 (31).

Pakye, John, p. 548 bis.

Pakyngton. See Packington.

Palace, auditors of the. See under Rome.

Palant. See Pallant.

Palantyne. See under Chichester.

Palantino, Pietro. See Moldavia.

Palatine of the Rhine, conference of the counts (electores Rhenanos), 589, 666.

Palatine of the Rhine, Lewis count, Elector, duke of Bavaria, 40, 145 (p. 55), 170, 233, 243, 337, 596, 666, 781 (2), 797, 814, 837 (p. 414), 842.

-, -, reported death of, 337.

Palatine of the Rhine, Frederic Count, brother of the Elector, duke of Bavaria (“Duke Frederic”), 145 (p. 55), 170, 195, 233, 337, 438, 530 (p. 237), 666, 870.

-, -, servant of, in England, 438.

Palatine of the Rhine, Dorothy countess, wife of the preceding, eldest daughter of Christiern II. of Denmark, and sister of Christina duchess of Milan, 396, 530 (p. 237), 666 (p. 316), 870.

-, -, letter to, 396.

Palatine of the Rhine, Otto Count, duke of Bavaria, nephew of the Elector Palatine, 170, 666, 797.

Palatine of the Rhine, Philip Count (“Duke Philip”), nephew of the Elector, brother of the preceding, duke of Bavaria (Bavar), 14 (p. 5), 18 (p. 8), 23, 40, 68, 76, 116, 123, 155, 169–70, 177, 179 (“Duke George”), 187, 189, 222, 243, 289 (p. 120), 304 (p. 123), 334, 485–7, 560 (?), 642 (1, 2), 666, 797, 889:—App. 6, 7:—g. 144 (14).

-, -, letters from, 170:—App. 6, 7.

-, -, conditions for his marriage with Princess Mary, 666.

-, -, his secretary in England, 334.

Palatine of the Rhine, Wolfgang count, brother of the Elector, 797, 842, 889n.

Palavicino (Palvesyn), Battista, friar, of Bologna, 842.

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

Pallant (Pallandus), Elbertus, marshal of Cleves (in 1535), 861 (2 pp. 432–3).

-, the elder, of Bredbent, in the train of Anne of Cleves, 80.

-, the younger, knight of St. John or of the Sepulchre, in the train of Anne of Cleves, 80, 850 (10), 970.

-, lady, in the train of Anne of Cleves, 80.

Palle, John, p. 542.

Pallett See Paulet.

Palmer (Paulmer), Sir Thomas, knight porter of Calais, 14, 35, 37, 207, 237–8, 268, 270, 295, 471, 608 (1, 3, 4 ii.), 609 (p. 276), 728, 853 (p. 436), 918, 996, 1014, 1029 (58), 1030 (21, 27, 35).

-, -, letters from, 207, 237.

-, -, letter to, 238.

-, -, signature of, 268, 918.

Palmer, Mr., King's servant, 264.

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

-, (Pawmer), old Mr., of Buckinghamshire, 1030 (31).

-, young Mr., at Calais, 1030 (31).

-, Henry, spear of Calais, bailiff of Guisnes and keeper of the forest there, 261, 435, 608 (3 bis), 609 (p. 276):—g. 282 (107).

-, -, letter from, 435.

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

-, Joan, p. 546.

-, (Pawmer), John, 498 iii. c. 63:—p. 548:—g. 831 (47b).

-, Kath., 840:—p 548.

-, Ric., p. 561:—g. 942 (11, 39, 115).

-, Rog., p. 553.

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

-, Thos., p. 548.

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

Paluda. See Padula.

Paludanus. See Broke, T.

Palvesyn. See Palavicino.

Pampisford (Pawnesford), Camb., g. 144 (10).

Pan (Panne), near Newport, I. of Wight, g. 144 (12).

Panayge, See Sanayge.

Pandolfe, Sieur. See Stuffa, P. de.

Panell, Ric., g. 942 (50).

Paneswyke. See Painswick.

Panfield, Essex, g. 942 (87).

Panne. See Pan.

Panneworth. See Panworth.

Panton, Linc., g. 942 (118).

Panworth (Panneworth) Hall, near Ashill, Norf., g. 436 (40), 611 (10).

Papal preferments, 892.

Paplewyke. See Papplewick.

Papplewick, (Paplewyke), Notts, g. 733 (66).

Papworth, Camb., 600.

Pardon, General (of 1540), 498 (p. 217), 847, 890, 926.

-, -, Act of, 498 (p. 217).

Pardons from Rome, 37, 714.

Pardons for felony, murder, &c., g. 144 (6), 282 (13, 18, 28–31, 37–8, 46–7, 75, 121–2, 126), 436 (17, 27), 611 (29), 613 (11, 26, 34), 733 (15, 17, 21, 56, 59), 942 (37, 79, 80).

Paris (Parigi), 25, 37–8, 100, 126, 130, 161, 177, 192, 217, 257, 285, 337, 448 (p. 184), 462, 480, 544 (p. 247), 572, 590, 622, 676, 709, 778, 870, 914.

-, letters dated at, 38, 456, 739, 741, 816–17, 841–2, 870–1, 1030 (53).
-, Charles V.'s reception in, 38 (p. 17).
-, The Ave Maria, 842, 870.
-, Parliament of, 462.
-, Provost of, 38.
-, St. Denis Street, 905.

Paris, bp. of. See Du Bellay, John.

Paris, Geoff., p. 549.

-, Philip, 11, 153 (1, 2), 438 (2):—g. 831 (35, 47a), 942 (19), 1027 (8).

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

-, -, his office of receiver general of the Wards, 438 (2).

-, -, Marg., his wife, g. 942 (19).

-, (Parrys), Ric., 609 (p. 276).

Parissheley (near Cardiff?), 146.

Parke, Rob., g. 831 (26).

-, Thos., of Balliol College, 443.

-, Wm., p. 542.

Parker, Matthew, dean of Stoke, abp. of Canterbury (1559–1575), 424 (p. 163), 663.

-, -, letter to, 663.

-, -, signature of, 424.

Parker (Parkar), Mr., the King's servant, 264, 508.

-, Alice, 1029 (55):—p. 545.

-, -, petition of, 1029 (55).

-, Eliz., p. 554.

-, Sir Henry, 14 (p. 5):—g. 282 (61).

-, Hen., p. 560.

-, Hen., clk., g. 282 (85).

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

-, John, 749 (2):—g. 436 (10).

-, Ric., 608 (3):—p. 549.

-, Robt., 393 (2):—p. 554.

-, Thos., p. 550.

-, Wm., abbot of St. Peter's, Gloucester (died 1539), 280.

Parkesfen, Norf., g. 942 (18).

Parke Sippling, 160.

Parkewood, in Whitegate, Chesh., p. 567.

Parkyn, John, g. 436 (75).

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

Parkyns or Parkens. See Perkins.

Parland Park, in Langley Marsh, Bucks, 925.

Parliament, 38 (p. 16), 411 (2), 414, 437, 465 (3), 485, 498 (60), 697 (p. 326), 729, 853 (p. 426), 953–4:—g. 942 (66).

-, slandering the burgesses, 411 (2), 414.

-, speaking against the King's prerogatives, 697 (p. 326).
-, House of Lords, 437, 824.
-, House of Commons, 437, 824.

Parliament of 1540 (12 April to 24 July), 22, 59, 155, 195, 269, 289, 294, 321–2, 334 (p. 135), 417, 423, 437, 445, 485, 498–504, 515, 566, 598, 615, 629, 651, 690, 694, 697 (pp. 325–6), 736–7, 766, 783, 804 (p. 378), 824, 836, 847, 856, 865, 870 (p. 436), 901 (pp. 446–7), 907–8, 911, 925–6, 930, 943 (2), 976, 1000–1.

-, acts for, 417.

-, acts passed in, 498, 907, 976.

-, -, list, 498.

-, lists of lords in, 500.

Parliament, clerk of. See Soulemont, Thos.

Parma, 670 (2).

Parmentors, Essex, g. 611 (1).

Parmesan ducats, 366.

Parmeston. See Barnardiston.

Parmyn, John, g. 942 (63).

Parnen, John, p. 563.

Parr, Sir Wm. lord, of Kendal, 14 (p. 5), 541 (3), 553, 900:—p. 556.

Parr, Sir William, of Horton, uncle of the preceding, 14 (p. 5), 1016:—pp. 555, 558:—g. 282 (4).

-, lady Matilda, dec., p. 556.

-, Sir Thos., dec., p. 556.

-, Wm., 553 bis:—g. 612 (14).

Parrett, Clement, son of Robert, 330.

-, Robt., letter from, 330.

Parroche or Parrott, Tybote, 608, 609 (p. 276), 1031 (3).

Parrocke or Parroke manor, in West Malling, Kent, p. 540:—g. 613 (32).

Parrott, Tibbot. See Parroche.

Parry, Sir Thos. (temp. Eliz.), 806 (p. 381).

-, Thos., Cromwell's servant, 1029 (67).

-, Thos., g. 1027 (45).

Parrys. See Paris.

Parshor. See Pershore.

Parsons, Ant., parish priest of Stroud, 406–8.

-, (Persons), Humph., 609 (p. 276).

Partriche, Geo., g. 611 (9).

-, John, g. 611 (9).

-, Nicholas, 269, 458.

-, -, letter from, 269.

Partridges. See Wildfowl.

Parvyn. See Pervyn.

Pasford. See Passaford.

Paslewe (Paslow), John, abbot of Whalley (executed in 1537), 939:—g. 282 (72), 436 (68), 611 (11, 13, 31), 831 (12), 942 (4, 5, 7, 67).

-, Walter, g. 282 (71), 613 (42).

Paslow. See Paslewe.

Pasmer, John, g. 282 (33), 942 (75).

-, Robt., 153.

Passaford (Pasford), Devon, g. 282 (11).

Passau, in Germany, bp. of, 797.

Passion, the, a picture, 1029 (6).

Passmyre, Alice, p. 546.

Paston, Erasmus, 14.

-, Margery, p. 547.

-, Thos., of the Privy Chamber, 14 (p. 5), 445, 900:—g. 613 (30), 942 (122).

-, Sir Wm., 14:—g. 282 (6).

Patche, Matth., p. 551.

Patchett. See Paget.

Patching (Pachyng), Suss., g. 733 (55).

Pate (Pates), Richard, archd. of Lincoln, nephew of Bishop Lougland, ambassador to Charles V. (14 April 1540), 38, 322, 468–9, 481, 508 (p. 227), 530, 566, 582–3, 621–4, 662, 665, 673, 720, 765, 793–4, 796, 803, 811–13, 836–7, 847–8, 863–5, 876–8, 886, 888–9, 931–2, 1017.

-, -, letters from, 582–3, 621–4, 665, 673, 720 ii., 793–4, 796, 811–13, 837, 863–4, 876–8, 886, 889, 931–2.

-, -, letters to, 662, 836, 865.

-, -, passport for, 481.

Patengham. See Pattingham.

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

Patience (Pacyens), Wm., 69 (2):—p. 546.

Patras, in Greece, 1030 (18 p. 530).

Patrick Brompton, Yorks., 555.

Patrike, Eliz., p. 553.

Patrixbourne (Patrykesborne), Kent, g. 436 (45).

Patsall, Anne, p. 542.

Patteshull. See Pattishall.

Patteston alias Pytteston, Devon, near Harpford, g. 282 (11).

Pattingham (Patengham), Staff., g. 611 (26).

Pattishall (Patteshull), Ntht., g. 942 (99, 109).

Paul III., Pope (“the Bishop.” Alexander Farnese. For references to his ecclesiastical office, see Pope), personal notices, 133, 204, 344 (p. 138), 356, 456, 478 (1, 4), 495 iii., iv., 496, 564, 591, 670 (2), 704, 712, 797, 906, 1020:—App. 2, 4.

-, political references, 5, 7, 38 (p. 16), 68, 104, 134, 136 ii., 187, 239, 248 (pp. 90–1), 276, 310 (p. 126), 320, 332, 356, 368, 388, 401, 448 (p. 184), 449, 462, 478, 480, 512, 543 (p. 246), 548, 581–3, 591, 665, 666 (p. 316), 670, 712, 720, 742, 759, 762, 768, 778, 793–4, 808, 812, 814, 825, 830 (p. 399), 837, 842, 848, 854, 861 (2), 879, 889, 892, 905–6, 909, 911, 932–4, 961, 1017, 1024.

-, briefs (or letters) from, 41, 669, 820.

-, letters to, 5, 7, 40, 130, 148, 178–9, 232, 244, 260, 304, 637, 640, 753, 933, 945, 973.

-, his niece. See Farnese, Vittoria.

Paule, Alice, g. 436 (10).

Paulet, Sir Wm. See St. John, lord.

Paulett or Paulet, Geo., g. 831 (47a), 942 (14).

-, (Pallett), George, brother of lord St. John, commissioner in Ireland (in 1537–8), 83.

-, (Poullet), Sir Hugh, 14 (p. 5), 391, 553:—g. 282 (5, 102).

-, -, letter to, 391.

-, (Pollet), John, 14 (p. 6):—g. 282 (5), 831 (47a), 942 (14).

-, (Poulet), Ric., a receiver of Augmentations, 19, 24, 139.

-, -, signature of, 19, 24.

-, (Poulet), Ric., g. 831 (1, 47a), 942 (14).

-, -, Eliz., his wife, g. 831 (1).

Paulmer. See Palmer.

Paulo, Signor Giovanni, a Roman in the French service, 670.

Pauls, the two (Paul Sadolet and —), 78.

Paulus, a friend of Melancthon, 679.

Paur, Chr., brother of Hans, 272–3.

-, (Pawer), Hans, of Antwerp and Nuremberg, 272–3, 390.

-, -, letters from, 272–3.

Pavye, Hen., p. 549.

Pawer. See Paur.

Pawmer. See Palmer.

Pawne, Wm., g. 282 (107).

Pawnesford. See Pampisford.

Pawnton. See Ponton.

Paxley (Pouxly), Ntht., g. 942 (118).

Payhembury (Pahembury), Devon, p. 565.

Payne, Alice, p. 543.

-, Andrew, g. 831 (71).

-, Daniel, 553.

-, John, p. 543 bis.

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

-, Ursula, p. 543.

Paynell, Mr., bailiff of Boston, 695.

Payneswyk. See Painswick.

Paynter, Gilbert, 1031 (3).

-, John, p. 544.

-, Wm., p. 545.

Paytes, Robt., p. 552.

Payton. See Peyton.

Payton or Peyton, Chr., p. 560.

-, -, Joan, his wife, p. 560.

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

-, Edw., customer of Calais, 460, 608 (3).

-, (Paiton), Edw., 42:—p. 542.

-, Sir Robt., 14 (p. 6):—g. 282 (6), 831 (29).

Peace negociations between France and the Emperor, 134, 169, 239.

Peachey or Pechy (Peche), Eliz., widow of Sir John, p. 541.

-, (Peche), Sir John, deputy of Calais (15 May 1519 to 28 Nov. 1520), p. 541:—g. 942 (10).

Peamer, Devon, 140.

Pears, 201.

Peche. See Peachey.

Pecke. See Peke.

Peckham, East- (Estpekham), Kent, g. 282 (84), 613 (32).

Peckham (Pekham), Great-, Kent, 806 (p. 380).

Peckham. See Pekham.

Pecoke or Pecocke, Mr., 1029 (56).

-, Alice, pp. 543, 553.

-, Anne, p. 553.

-, Edw., p. 550.

Pecy, earl of (for Essex), 567.

Pedoo, Wm., p. 545.

Peers, creation of, 541 (3).

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

Peerson, Robt., p. 549.

-, Thos.. p. 552.

Peever. See Peover.

Pegge, Eleanor, 840:—p. 548.

Pegham. See Pagham.

Peghame, Marg., p. 552.

Peigne, John, g. 436 (89).

Peirson, Robt., p. 551.

Peke or Pecke, John, p. 562:—g. 611 (39).

-, Ric., p. 542.

-, Mr. Silvester, 166.

Pekham, Kent. See Peckham.

Pekham (Peckham), Edmund, cofferer of the Household (“Mr. Cofferer”), 138, 498 (33), 599, 642 (1, 2), 996:—p. 555:—g. 831 (47b).

Pekham, James, 498 iii. c. 72.

-, Lucy, 498 iii. c. 72.

-, Reynold, 498 iii. c. 72.

Pekk, John, g. 282 (21).

Peldon, Essex, g. 611 (8 p. 285).

Pele, John, g. 831 (12).

Pelham, Ant., of Calais, 608 (4 iii.).

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

-, Eliz., g. 733 (52).

-, John, dec., g. 733 (52).

-, (Pelland), Ric., soldier of Calais, 460, 471, 473n, 609 (p. 275), 997.

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

Pell, Alice, g. 831 (54).

-, Thos., g. 831 (64).

Pelland. See Pelham.

Pelles or Pellys, Martin, 830 (p. 399).

Pellican, Conrad, 269, 383, 458, 1025.

Peloux (Pelus, Pilloowe, Pelowe, Pelou), sieur de, a Frenchman in the Emperor's service, 344, 356n, 388, 448, 472, 573–4, 581–2, 596 (p. 367), 597, 621, 673, 676, 742, 837 (p. 414), 886.

-, -, letter to, 676.

-, -, his son, 886.

Pelowe. See Peloux.

Pelus. See Peloux.

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

Pembroke, John Hastings earl of (died in 1389), g 144 (2).

Pemsey. See Pevensey.

Pen. See Pen Selwood.

Pendleton (Penhulton), Lanc., near Clitheroe, g. 611 (13).

Pendoreth, Marg., p. 551.

Penhulton. See Pendleton.

Penne or Pen, John, groom of the Chamber, g. 611 (10).

-, Philip, 72.

-, Thos., p. 543.

Penison, Sir Wm. (really an Italian, Girolamo Penizon), of the Stable, 1030 (53).

-, (Penson, Pennyson), Wm., 173, 996, 1004.

Pennyson. See Penison.

Penrhyn (Penrryn), co. Carnarvon, letter dated at, 661.

Penrith, Cumb., Austin Friars (supp.) of, p. 561.

Penrose, Ric., g. 282 (52).

Pen Selwood or Penzlewood (Pen), Soms., 391 (6).

Pensions to monks, &c., 70, 112, 125, 283, 378, 545, 922.

-, lists, 11, 24, 28 (2), 44 (2), 49, 51, 62 (2), 69 (2), 81, 87, 92, 93 (2), 102, 110, 111 (2), 118, 139 (thirteen), 153 (1, 2), 359, 393 (2), 431, 452, 840, 866–9:—pp. 542–55.

Pensioners, the. See under Henry VIII.; also Scotland, marches of.

Penson. See Penison.

Pentney (Penteney), Norf., priory (supp.) of, 506n:—g. 942 (18, 19).

Pentney, Nic., 226.

Penworthan, Lanc., g. 831 (43).

-, priory, Lanc., cell to Evesham, 118.

-, prior. See Hawkesbury, Ric.

Penyale, John, 182.

Penycoke, Ant., g. 831 (41).

Peover (Peever), Nether-, Chesh., 999.

Pepard. See Pipard.

Pepper, Edm., p. 554.

-, Ric., g. 942 (45).

Peppett, John, p. 549.

Peppys, John, g. 282 (114).

Percebridge (Pereebridge), near Gainsford, Dham., g. 611 (18).

Percher, Ellz., p. 550.

-, Margery, p. 550.

Percival (Percevall), Joan, p. 543.

-, John, p. 553.

-, Thos., g. 282 (60), 942 (57)

Percy, Mrs., 1030 (41).

-, (Peyrcy), Eliz., p. 553.

-, (Persee), Jane, 1029 (57).

-, (Percye), Roger, p. 544.

-, Sir Thos. (executed in 1537), 939.

Pereebridge. See Percebridge.

Pereman, John, 689 (3, 4, 5):—p. 544.

Peres. See Xeres.

Pereson, Ric., 363n.

Perez (Peris), Mayo, a Spaniard, 9.

Peris. See Perez.

Perken, Wm., p. 553.

Perkins (Parkyns, Parkens), Humph., S.T.P., 861:—g. 942 (73).

Perle beien. See Plebeyne.

Permenger, Ric., 498 iii. c. 68.

Permesanys. See Parmesan.

Peronne, in France, 543 (p. 245).

Perowse. See Perugia.

Perpignan, the treating at (in Jan. 1538), 320, 332.

Perpoynte, Eliz., p. 543.

-, Marg., p. 543.

Perrot. See Parrett.

Persall, John, g. 942 (40).

Perse. See Persia.

Perse, John, 1030 (18).

-, Mary, p. 549.

Persee. See Percy.

Pershore (Parshor), Worc., abbey of, 92:—pp. 548, 566.

-, -, abbot. See Stonewell, J.

-, -, pension list, 92:—p. 548.

Persia (Perse), 38 (p. 15).

-, king of. See Sophi.

Person, Geoff., g. 942 (86).

-, Nic., 1030 (34).

-, Wm., p. 544.

Persons. See Parsons.

Pertenhall, Beds, g. 831 (16).

Perth or St. Johnstones, in Scotland, 160

Peru, 810 (2).

Perugia (Perowse, Peruse), and the Perusians (mutinies against the Pope, etc.), 448 (p. 184), 512, 548, 581–3, 591, 670, 712, 720, 762, 778, 794, 808, 837, 842.

-, exiles from, 932.

-, the Pope's captain against. See Savello, Gio. Batt.

Pervin (Parvyn), Heref., near Leominster, g. 282 (63).

Perye, Agnes, p. 544.

-, Robt, p. 540.

-, Thos., English merchant in Spain, 281, 859, 977.

-, -, letter from, 281.

Peryent, John, g. 282 (61), 1027 (9).

Peryn, Edm., p. 542.

-, John, abbot of Tavistock, p. 542.

Pescara (Piscaria), Vittoria Colonna marchioness of, 78.

Peter. See Petre.

Peter, Robt., p. 545.

Peterborough, Ntht., commission of peace for, g. 282 (68).

-, abbey (supp.) of, p. 549:—g. 282 (67–8).

-, -, abbot. See Chambers, J.

-, -, pension list, p. 549.

Peterborough, John, p. 549.

Peterson, Wm., parson of Boninges, commissary of abp. Warham at Calais (executed 10 April 1540), 37, 217.

-, -, examination of, 37.

-, -, signature of, 37.

-, Wm., 259, 420, 458, 734.

Petherton, North- (Northepetherton), Soms., p. 557.

Petite, Ciriac, p. 567 bis.

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

Peto (Petow), Father Wm., Observant Friar, attainted in 1539, an exile, afterwards (1557) cardinal, 939 (p. 465).

Petre (Peter), William, LL.D., 14 (p. 5), 60, 69 (1, 2), 70, 138–9, 359 (1, 2), 378, 393, 438, 474, 743, 758, 821, 860 (p. 430), 861 (1, 2):—p. 559.

-, -, signature of, 69 (1, 2), 359 (2), 393, 474, 861.

Petro, le seigneur, 926n.

Pett, Suss., g. 942 (17).

Pettye, Agnes, p. 553.

Petworth, Suss., 498 (37):—g. 733 (52).

-, -, letter dated at, 326.

-, -, annexation to the honor (Act), 498 (37).

Petyfen, Arthur, g. 613 (34).

-, Emelina, g. 613 (34).

Petypole, in Delamere Forest, Chesh., p. 563.

Pevensey (Pemsey), Suss., 498 (37).

Pevesham. See Pewsham.

Pewmar, Devon, 498 iii. c. 79.

Pewsham (Pevesham), Wilts, near Chippenham, g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Pexall (Pexsale), Ric., 14 (p. 6).

Pexsale, See Pexall.

Peynton. See Poynton.

Peyrcy. See Percy.

Peyrs, Robt., g. 611 (8).

Peyton. See Payton.

Pharr. See Farr.

Pheasants. See Wildfowl.

Phelippes. See Philips.

Phelps, Wm., p. 550.

Phelyp. See Philips.

Phelyppes. See Philips.

Phetyplace. See Fetiplace.

Pheversam. See Faversham.

Philcockes, Hugh 609 (p. 275).

Philip, prince of Spain or of Castille, son of Charles V., afterwards king Philip II., 332, 457 (p. 189), 508 (p. 227), 543 (pp. 244–5), 597, 810.

Philip, Duke. See Palatine of the Rhine.

Philip, Count, 581.

Philip, Mrs. See Basset, P.

Philip (Phylypp), Geoff., g. 733 (9).

-, (Phillippe), Hugh, p. 548.

-, (Philippe), John, p. 549.

-, (Phylypp), Walter. See Philips.

Philips (Phyllyps), Geo., 92:—p. 548.

-, Harry, Tynedale's betrayer, an exile, (“Mr. Wriothesley's jewel”), 188, 203, 449.

-, (Phyllepps), John, 609 (p. 275):—p. 546.

-, (Phelyp, Phelyppes, Phylleppes, Phyllyppes), Ric., 95:—p. 543:—g. 282 (5, 9), 831 (34), 942 (13).

-, -, signature of, 95.

-, (Phelippes), Robt., g. 613 (17).

-, (Phylypp), Walter, prior and dean of Rochester, 474.

-, (Phillippes), Wm., 139 iv.:—p. 561.

Philpott, Anne, p. 543.

-, Clement, servant to lord Lisle (attainted 1540), 363–4, 478–9, 495–6, 498 (i. 58, ii. c. 49), 507, 537, 539, 547, 562, 697n, 727–8.

-, -, letter from, 552.

-, -, declaration of, 478.

-, -, depositions of, 478 (2–5).

-, (Filpott), Sir Peter, 14 (p. 6).—g. 831 (47a).

Phips, John, g. 1027 (10).

-, Owen, g. 1027 (10).

Physicians, 286.

Piacenza, in Italy, 179, 670 (2).

Picarde, John, p. 548.

Picardy, in France, 179, 184 (1, 2), 456, 472, 533, 812.

-, governor of. See La Rochepot.

Pickering (Pykeryng) Lythe, Yorks., pp. 562, 565–6.

Pickering (Pykering), Ant., 609 (p. 275).

-, (Pykeryng), Eliz., p. 550.

-, (Pykeryng), Sir Wm., p. 558.

-, (Pikeryng), Wm., 21.

Pictures, 650 (3), 852, 1029 (6).

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

Piedmont (Piemont) and the Piedmontese, 38, 40, 115, 239, 320, 332, 543 (p. 245), 574, 581, 720, 740, 781 (2), 792, 870 (p. 436).

-, French commander in. See Annebaut.

-, spiritualities, 870 (p. 436).

Piemont. See Piedmont.

Pierpounte, Geo., g. 942 (70).

Piers, Wm., p. 544.

Pigeons lands, Berks, g. 611 (43).

Pigott, Barth., g. 613 (23).

-, Eliz., g. 942 (33).

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

-, Wm., g. 282 (43), 942 (33).

Pigs (boars, sows, hogs), 391 (2, 5, 6), 650 (3), 853 (p. 427).

Pikeryng. See Pickering.

Pikhaver, Alice, p. 554.

Pilbarough, John, g. 282 (20).

Pilbeane, Mary, p. 543.

Pilgrimage, going on, 1030 (30).

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

Pilling, Beds, g. 613 (1).

Pillory, the, 318.

Pilloowe. See Peloux.

Pilston (Puleston), John, serjeant at arms, constable of Carnarvon, 433, 661.

-, -, letter from, 433.

-, (Pilston), Thos., 936.

Pilton, Ntht., g. 831 (50).

Pilton or Pulton, Soms., g. 733 (2).

Pilton, Ric., p. 551.

-, Robt., 474.

Pimperne (Pynperne), Dors., g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Pinchbeck (Pynchebek), Linc., g. 942 (99).

Pinchebecke, Robt., p. 549.

-, Wm., p. 550.

Pinchyn, Thos., 139 iii.:—p. 549.

Pinho (Pynhoo), Devon, g. 831 (71).

Pinkeney, Robt., p. 566.

Pinkerd, Robt., g. 942 (99, 109).

Pinn (Pynne), Devon, near Otterton, g. 282 (11).

Pinner, Edw., g. 942 (95).

-, (Pynnour), Thos., 608 (3, 4 iii.).

Pinney, Wm., p. 560.

Pinnock (Pynnockes Skerne or Shyre), Glouc., p. 565.

Pipard, Pepart, or Pepard, Walter, 212, 371.

Pipwell abbey (supp.), near Great Oakley, Ntht., pp. 555, 558.

Pirates and piracy, 508, 582, 774, 1016, 1030 (7).

Pirbright (Purbright), Surr., g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Piriney, Monts. See Pyrenees.

Pirrey, David, 749 (2).

Pirton, Sir Wm., g. 282 (20).

Pisa and the Pisans (Pyssanes), in Italy, 356, 762, 1030 (18 pp. 528–9).

Piscaria. See Pescara.

Pisho Bury (Pisshebury), Herts, near Sawbridgeworth, p. 539.

Pisshebury. See Pisho Bury.

Pitman (Pyteman), Ant., p. 549.

-, Robt., p. 544.

Pitsea (Pychesaye), Essex, g. 611 (8).

Pitt, Wm., vicar of Banbury, 996, 1016.

Pizarro, Hernando, 810 (2), 876 (? “captain of the Indies”).

Plague, sickness, death, pestilence, &c., 386, 390, 438, 442, 497, 673, 812, 848 (p. 419).

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

Plasyngton, Thos., g. 613 (29).

Plate, 1, 19, 139, 181, 183, 186, 242, 378, 475, 478 (4), 520 (pp. 530–1), 522 (p. 232), 539 (p. 242), 582, 650 (2), 804, 809, 852–3, 862, 959 (1, 2), 1030 (26).

Platt, John, 416.

Playfote, Thos., p. 541.

Plays, 114.

Playsterer, John, p. 543.

Plebeyne (Perlebeien in Vol. XIV.), Jas., p. 550.

Plemyng, Mich., p. 546.

Pletemberge, Rabaoth de, of Cleves, 80.

Plettemberg, Wernher a, 861 (p. 433).

Pleydell, Gabriel, g. 942 (69).

-, Wm., g. 436 (76).

Plimmer, Anne, p. 544.

Plommer, John, 629.

Plompton. See Plumpton.

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

Plott, Ric., g. 733 (39).

Plummer, Jas., 1031 (2).

Plumpstede, John, g. 942 (18).

Plumpton (Plompton), Suss., g. 831 (75).

Plumpton Park, Ntht., g. 733 (49).

Plumptree (Plumtre), Notts., g. 733 (66).

Plumsted, Kent., g. 611 (25).

Plumtre. See Plumptree.

Plymouth, Devon, 292, 426, 502 (2), 1029 (8):—p. 556.

-, White Friars (supp.), p. 556.

Plympton, Devon, p. 563.

-, priory (supp.) of, pp. 544, 559, 562–3.

-, -, pension list, p. 544.

-, -, prior. See Howe, J.

Pockocke. See Pocock.

Pockyngton. See Puckington.

Pocock (Pockocke), —, of Southampton, 426.

-, Thos., 884.

Poden (Powden), Worc., near Church Honeyborne, g. 436 (48).

Podyngton. See Puddington.

Poggio, Giovanni, nuncio with Charles V., afterwards (in Jan. 1552) cardinal, 40, 304, 478 (p. 200), 583, 794, 807, 837 (p. 414), 886, 888, 981, 1017.

-, -, letters from, 807, 888, 981.

Poisoning, 1029 (34).

Pol, Dr. See Powell.

Poland (Polone, Polonie), 320, 457 (p. 189), 530 (p. 237).

-, envoy to England, 817, 848, 889 (p. 443).

Polard. See Pollard.

Pole (Poole), Sir Geoffrey, youngest son of the countess of Salisbury, brother of Cardinal Pole, 681.

Pole (Poole, Polle), Reginald, Cardinal, son of the countess of Salisbury, and brother of lord Montague, 38, 46, 78, 132, 187, 204, 304, 397, 478 (1, 4), 487, 495–6, 498 (58), 507 (2), 547, 564, 692, 697 (pp. 325–6), 721, 728, 747, 830 (p. 398), 939 (p. 465):—App. 4, 5.

-, -, letters from, 204:—App. 4, 5.

-, -, letters to, 78, 187, 397, 564.

-, -, his nephew. See Pole, Henry.

-, -, reported appointment as legate of Bologna, 46.

Pole (Poule), Mr., 445 (p. 183).

-, (Poole, Polle), —, of Calais, 270, 1030 (33).

-, (Poole), David, LL.D., archd. of Salop, vicar general to bp. Rowland Lee, 860–1, 921, 1029 (66).

-, -, signature of, 861 bis.

-, (Poole), Fras., p. 566:—g. 613 (27).

-, German, g. 613 (27).

-, Giles, 14 (p. 5).

-, (Poole), Sir Hen., of the Order of St. John, commander of Dalby, and Rothley, letter to, 520.

-, Henry, son of lord Montague, and nephew of Cardinal Pole, prisoner in the Tower, 487, 498 (p. 217).

-, John, p. 554.

-, (Poole), Leonard, g. 282 (35).

-, (Poole), Ric., 51:—p. 548.

-, Robt., mayor of Gloucester, g. 1027 (38).

-, (Poole), Robt., collector of quit rents of Calais, 608 (3), 609 (p. 275).

-, Thos., p. 564.

-, (Poole), Walter, 609 (p. 275).

-, (Poole), Wm., of Calais, 608 (4 iii.), 609 (p. 275).

Poleclose, Heref., g. 282 (125).

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

Polesworth (Pollesworth), Warw., p. 559.

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

Poletensis, John. See Stonewell, J.

Poley, John, p. 549.

-, Thos., 11.

Poleyn. See Pulleyn.

Politensis, bp. of. See Stonewell, J.

Pollard (Polard), Richard, King's remembrancer of the Exchequer, one of the General Surveyors, 14 (p. 5), 307, 606–7, 650 (2), 719, 809 (p. 383), 1029 (9):—p. 559 bis:—g. 282 (5, 33), 436 (38), 831 (47b, 68), 942 (75).

-, -, letter from, 307.

Pollard, Geo., pp. 561, 563.

-, Sir Hugh, brother of Richard, 292.

-, -, signature of, 292.

-, John, clk., g. 282 (103).

-, John, g. 282 (33), 831 (12, 57), 942 (75).

-, Kath., p. 547.

-, Marg., p. 544.

-, Thos., 840:—p. 548.

Polle. See Pole.

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

Pollen, Ric., 92:—p. 548.

Polles Crosse. See under London.

Pollesworth. See Polesworth.

Pollet. See Paulet.

Polleyn. See Pulleyn.

Pollicott (Polycott), Bucks, near Ashendon, 1030 (31).

Pollinchone, in Flanders, letter dated at, 201.

Pollokes Hylles. See Polloxhill.

Pollyngton, Thos., mayor of Wallingford, g. 611 (29).

Polmorth, Robt., g. 942 (95).

Polslowe (Polslo) or Polleshoo priory (supp.) beside Exeter, p. 544:—g. 436 (60, 69).

-, pension list, p. 544.

-, prioress of. See Sydenham, E.

Polsted, Hen., Cromwell's servant, 1029 (50):—g. 282 (89), 1027 (43).

-, -, Alice, his wife, g. 282 (89).

-, Thos., g. 1027 (15).

Polwheele, John, 180.

Polycott. See Pollicott.

Pomefreitt, John, p. 549.

Pomell, Wm., 416.

Pomeroye, Mary, p. 544.

Pomfret. See Pontefract.

Pomfret, Wm., 166.

Poncherton, Baldwin, 609 (p. 275).

Pondremy. See Pont de Remi.

Pont a Mousson, Francis marquis of, son of Anthony duke of Lorraine, 267.

-, -, his betrothal to Anne of Cleves, 267, 821–4, 828, 850 (3, 4, 10), 860 (p. 430), 861 (2), 870 (p. 436), 901, 909, 970. See also Anne of Cleves.

Pont de l'Arche, in France, 543.

Pont de Remi (Pondremy), in France, 126, 429.

-, -, letters dated at, 29, 194.

Pontefract or Pomfret, Yorks., castle, 196:—p. 554.

-, -, free chapel and prebend in, p. 554.

-, priory or abbey (supp.) of, p. 554.

-, -, pension list, p. 554.

-, -, prior. See Thwaites, J.

Pontefract (Pomfret), Wm., g. 282 (38).

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

Pontis. See Poyntz.

Ponton (Pawnton), Great-, Linc., g. 611 (41).

Pony, —, 1030 (43).

Ponynges. See Poynings.

Poole, Kent, g. 942 (49).

Poole. See Pole.

Poore, Robt., his debts, 1029 (56).

Poorstock (Powrestoke), Dors., g. 144 (2).

Pope, the, or Bishop of Rome, Faith, Holy See, Papists, Apostolic See (for personal and political references, see Paul III.), 37, 38 (p. 16), 64, 82, 114, 125, 136 (p. 44), 217 (pp. 76–7), 224, 239, 244, 248 (pp. 89, 90, 92), 269, 310, 337, 344 (p. 138), 383, 401, 451, 457 (p. 189), 485, 495, 498 (58), 502 (1, 2), 519, 530 (p. 237), 665, 670 (2), 692, 697 (pp. 325–6), 714, 736–7, 787, 830 (pp. 398, 401), 850 (10), 870 (p. 436), 879, 888, 901 (p. 447), 909, 938, 953, 977, 1005, 1029 (21).

-, -, erasing his name (under the proclamation of 9 June 1535), 395, 619, 633.

Pope, Thomas, or Sir Thomas, treasurer of Augmentations (resigned in March 1540), 14 (p. 5), 69 (2), 351, 745, 1029 (23), 1030 (40):—g. 144 (1), 436 (29), 611 (5), 831 (14).

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

-, -, Margaret, his wife, widow of Sir Ralph Dodmer, g. 436 (29 p. 170).

Pope, Edm., g. 733 (32).

-, John, p. 549:—g. 733 (32).

-, Juliana, p. 554.

-, Walter, g. 611 (12).

Popeley. See Popley.

Popeleyr, near Ghent, 507 (3, 4 pp. 225–6).

Popham (Poppam), Mr., 1029 (3).

-, Alex., g. 282 (9), 942 (13).

-, Kath., p. 544.

Popilton. See Poppleton.

Popley, Bridget, p. 549.

-, (Popeley), Wm., Cromwell's servant, 142, 322 (p. 131), 371, 410, 756–7, 760–1, 995, 1029 (67), 1030 (61).

-, -, letters from, 756–7, 760–1.

-, -, letter to, 410.

Poppam. See Popham.

Poppleton (Popilton), Over-, Yorks., p. 563.

Porchester castle, Hants, 1030 (18).

Poringland (Porringlande), Magna, Norf., g. 942 (43).

Porringland. See Poringland.

Portbury (Portbery), Soms., 756.

Porte, Sir John, justice (died March 1540), 308, 398:—g. 144 (20), 282 (7, 28, 34–5, 105).

-, John, g. 144 (20).

Porteman, Wm., g. 282 (5).

Porter, —, 1029 (56).

-, Arthur, 14 (p. 6):—p. 539:—g. 282 (35), 1027 (38).

-, Dorothy, p. 553.

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

-, Hen., 609 (p. 275):—pp. 557 bis, 559.

-, John, 1031 (3):—g. 282 (9), 942 (13).

-, Wm., 609.

Portheapriour, Cornw., 498 (34).

Porthlooe (Portloo), Cornw., 498 (34).

Portier, Guillaume, 192, 1030 (16).

Portinari, John, 14 (p. 5), 412, 415.

-, -, letter from, 415.

Portingalles. See Portuguese.

Portington, Robt., p. 550.

Portland, Dors., 502 (2):—g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Portland (Porttlond), Walter, pursuivant, 1029 (8), 1030 (18 p. 529).

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

Portloo. See Porthlooe.

Portman, Wm., g. 282 (9).

-, Wm., Serjeant at law, g. 942 (13).

Port O'Neil. See Narrow Water.

Portpigham, Cornw., 498 (34).

Ports, the, 730.

Portslade (Portyslade), Suss., g. 282 (58).

Portsmouth, Hants, 311, 323–4, 438 (2), 1030 (18).

-, Chaderton's bulwark, 323.

-, Tower of, 323.

-, Windmill, 323.

-, St. Nicholas hospital, 743.

-, -, master. See Incent, J.

-, -, surrender, 743.

Portugal, and the Portuguese (Portygalles), 38, 239, 457 (p. 189), 779, 916, 928.

-, ambassador of Charles V. See Sarmiento, L.

-, Cardinal of. See Alphonso.

-, Infanta of. See Mary.

-, King of. See John.

Portugalett, in Spain, 426.

Portuguese (Portingalles), in England, 417.

Portygalles, i.e., Portuguese. See Portugal.

Pory, Peter, under-sheriff of Suffolk, 748.

Potett, John, g. 436 (61).

Potkyn, John, p. 556.

-, Robt., p. 546.

-, Thos., p. 556.

Pott, Ant., 106.

Potte, John, p. 552.

Potter, Ambrose, 682.

-, Elizeus, p. 545.

-, John, g. 282 (121).

Pottersbury (Potterspery), Ntht., g. 282 (42).

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

Potton, Beds, g. 831 (20).

Poule. See Pole.

Poulet. See Paulet.

Poulet Gaunts (near Bristol?), g. 831 (21).

Poules. See under London, St. Paul's.

Poullet. See Paulet.

Poulson, Thos., p. 544.

Poulter, John, p. 546.

Poulton, Wilts (Pulton, Soms.), priory (supp.), of, pp. 544–5.

-, -, pension list, p. 545.

-, -, prior. See Lenewood, T.

Poulton (Pulton), Alice, 840.

Pounche, the. See Bell, T.

Pounder (Pownder), Sir Wm., p. 542.

-, -, Marg., his wife, p. 542.

Pountes, John. g. 282 (91).

Poure. See Powre.

Pouxley. See Paxley.

Povel, John, 689 (2).

Powden. See Poden.

Powderham castle, Devon, account of repairs at, 140.

Powell (Pol), Dr. Edw. (executed 31 July 1540), 498 (i. 57, ii. c. 49), 598, 615, 747 (p. 354), 953, 981.

-, -, attainder of, 498 (57).

-, John a, 689 (2).

Powick, Thos., 51.

Powle, Thos., p. 548.

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

Powles. See under London, St. Paul's.

Pownddes, Mrs., 1030 (68).

Pownde, Helen, g. 831 (87).

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

Pownder. See Pounder.

Pownte, Hen., g. 733 (42).

Powre or Poure, Andrew, p. 545.

-, Robt., g. 282 (92).

-, Vincent, g. 282 (92).

Powrestoke. See Poorstock.

Powton, Geo., g. 831 (30).

-, Wm., g. 831 (30).

Powtrell, Thos., g. 613 (27).

Powycke, Thos., p. 548.

Poyet, Guillaume, baron of Blyne, chancellor of France (12 Nov. 1538 to Aug. 1542), 38, 124, 223 (pp. 79–80), 239–40, 543 (p. 245), 677, 842, 870 (p. 436), 890, 902 (p. 448), 960.

Poyner, Ralph, g. 942 (35).

Poynes. See Poyntz.

Poynings (Ponynges), Mr., of Calais, 1031 (3).

-, Sir Edw. (temp. Hen. VII.), g. 436 (13).

-, (Ponynges, Poynenges), Edw., spear of Calais, 608 (3, 4 iii.), 609 (p. 276), 1030 (51n).

-, (Poynynges), Sir Thos., 14 (p. 5), 38 (p. 17), 188, 203, 264, 498 (vi. c. 76), 617, 1030 (51):—g. 1027 (23).

-, -, letter from, 1030 (51).

-, -, his brother, 1030 (51).

-, -, Katharine his wife, 498 (iii. c. 76).

Poynter, Ric., g. 611 (39).

Poynton (Peynton), Chesh., g. 733 (63).

Poyntz (Pontis), J., 14 (p. 6).

-, (Poynes), John, 629:—g. 144 (1), 282 (20, 35).

-, -, letter from, 629.

-, (Poyniz, Pointz), Sir Nich., 14 (p. 5), 386:—g. 282 (57).

Prann, Jeremy, g. 1027 (13).

Pratte or Pratt, Eliz., p. 567.

-, Roger, p. 548.

-, Wm., 936.

Pravender, John, g. 831 (4).

Prawle, East- (Estprall), Devon, g. 611 (12).

Praye, Pree, or St. Mary de Pratis, Herts, near St Albans, g. 733 (42).

-, priory of (supp. by Wolsey), g. 733 (42).

Prayers for the dead, 587.

Preachers and preaching, 31, 37, 183, 259, 269, 306, 312n, 334, 345, 379 (2), 383, 408, 411, 414, 425, 429, 400, 471, 485–6, 498 (58, 60), 714, 737, 747 (p. 354), 766, 792 ii., 954 (p. 485), 1029 (8, 47–8). See also Scotland.

Precious, Thos., 840:—p. 548.

Precontracts of marriage, Act touching, 498 (45), 499 (1, 2).

Preduaux, Anne, p. 549.

Predy. See Priddy.

Pree. See Praye.

Prentise, in Tollesbury, Essex, g. 611 (8).

Prescription, Act for limitation of, 498 (2).

Prestley. See Priestley.

Prestman or Priestman, John, alias Hunter, sen. and jun., refugees in Scotland, 96 (2), 160.

Preston, Bucks, g. 831 (58).

Preston Crowmersshe. See Crowmarsh.

Preston next Faversham, Kent, g. 436 (45).

Preston Jacklin, Yorks., g. 282 (32).

Preston or Preston in Amounderness, Lanc., p. 564.

-, Frere Lane., p. 564.

-, Grey Friars (supp.) of, p. 564:—g. 831 (43).

Preston, —, 1018.

-, Anne, p. 547.

-, Hugh, g. 436 (18).

-, John, 465 ii.:—p. 547:—g. 436 (18).

-, Margery, p. 547.

-, Matth., p. 544.

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

-, Roger, 49:—p. 553.

-, Thos., 102 (2):—p. 553.

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

-, John, 1031 (3).

-, Thos., petition of, 1029 (57).

-, -, Agnes, his wife, 1029 (57).

Preyste, Wm., p. 555.

Priolus, Aloysius (Alvise Priuli, Pole's friend), 78, 204, 397.

Prittlewell (Prytwell), Essex, priory (supp.) of, p. 560.

Proclamation (butcher's meat), 294.

Proctor, Wm., p. 566.

“Professions” of the clergy, 280 (2).

Prophecies, 1029 (21).

Protestants, the. See Germany, Protestants of.

Prout, John, 14 (p. 6).

Provence, 38.

Provence, seneschal of. See Tende, comte de.

Prowde, John, 609 (p. 276).

-, Thos., 764, 1014.

Prowse, Barth., g. 144 (1), 282 (20).

Prowze, —, 1030 (18).

Price, Mr. (qu. John ap Rice? q. v.), 47.

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

-, Wm., 749 (2).

Priddy (Predy), Soms., g. 436 (80).

Prideaux, Humph., g. 282 (5, 33), 942 (75).

Priestley (Prestley), Beds, near Flitwick, g. 613 (1).

Priestman. See Prestman.

Prince, Hubert, 610.

Prior, Mrs., 1029 (7).

-, Joan, 551.

Priors Darlyng, near Coventry, Warw., pp. 557, 559.

Priour, John, p. 550.

Prist, Eliz., p. 547.

Privy Seal, lord. See Cromwell, T.; Southampton, earl of.

Prussia, Albert duke of, letter to, App. 1.

-, -, his titles, App. 1.

Prytwell. See Prittlewell.

Pryseley (Prysley), Mr. Wm. of Calais, 495 (p. 212), 609 (p. 275).

Ptolemy Philadelphus, cited, 231.

Puckington (Pockyngton), Soms., 498 iii. c. 79.

Puddesworthye, Devon, g. 942 (58).

Puddington (Podyngton), Beds, g. 613 (1).

Puglia, in Italy, 134 (p. 43).

Pulborough, Suss., 498 (37).

Puleston. See Pilston.

Pullane, Joan, p. 554.

-, John, p. 547.

Pulley, Barbara, p. 553.

Pulleyn (Polleyn, Poleyn), John, g. 282 (21), 612 (14), 942 (41b).

-, (Poleyn), Ralph, g. 282 (21).

Pulloxhill (Pollokes Hylles), Beds, g. 613 (1).

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

Pulton. See Poulton.

Pulton, Soms. See Pilton; See also Poulton, Wilts.

Pulton, Alice, p. 548.

Purbeck (Purbyk, Purbek), Dors., g. 436 (54), 733 (29), 831 (88).

Purbright. See Pirbright.

Purdome, Geo., 160.

-, Jamy, 160.

Purfreye, Isabel, p. 546.

-, (Purpheraye), Susan, 840:—p. 548.

Purleigh (Purlyghe, Purligh), Essex, g. 282 (56, 89), 611 (8 p. 285, 35), 942 (71).

Purligh. See Purleigh.

Purpheraye. See Purfrey.

Purs, Alice, g. 733 (53).

-, John, g. 733 (53).

Pursglove, Robt., alias Sivester, q. v.

Pury, Ntht., p. 540.

Puthallam, in Mildenhall, Wilts, 20 (2).

Putney, Surr., 405.

Puttenham (Puttyngham), Robt., 14 (p. 6).

Puxeley, John, p. 542.

Pychesaye. See Pitsea.

Pykeryng. See Pickering.

Pyman, Mr., of Sandwich, App. 3.

Pynnynge, Nic., 153.

Pynnysley, water of, Heref., g. 942 (34).

Pynperne. See Pimperne.

Pyrenees, the (for Appennines?), 670 (2).

Pysaia, John, p. 545.

Pyscher, Fras. See Francis the Courier.

Pyssanes. See Pisa.

Pytteston. See Patteston.

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



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