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'Index: F', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 18 Part 2: August-December 1543 (1902), pp. 452-460. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=76788 Date accessed: 01 October 2014.


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Fabiano, Agustino de, letter from, I. 520.

Fairfax, Sir Nic., I. g. 981 (20, 21 p. 531).

-, Thos., serjeant at law, one of the Council of the North, signature of. I. 272
-, II. 34.

Fairmead
-, (Fayremeade, Fayermede) park, in Waltham forest, I. 149, 436 (ff. 75, 77-80, 82-3)
-, II. 231 (pp. 124 ter, 129, 131).

Fair Thorn (Fayerthorn), Hants, I. g. 474 (24).

Faithe, John Mary, I. 66 (33).

-, Robert, alias Venables, Portcullis pursuivant, I. 66 (33).

Falaix
-, (Phallaix, Faleis), François de, Toison d Or herald of the Emperor. I. 397, 406 (3), 511, 570, 582, 588, 604, 606, 608, 612-13, 622, 629, 632, 637, 657, 681, 685, 687, 707, 710, 718, 723 (2). 736, 754, 759, 926, 931, 956
-, II. 341.

-, -, instructions for, I. 622 (2, 3).

Falckner
-, Hen., I. 317, 846
-, II. 219, 390.

Falconbridge (Fawconbridge, Faulconbridge), Bastard, I. 832 (pp. 467-9).

Faldingworth (Fawldyngworth), Linc., I. g. 226 (61).

Fale, Thos., I. p. 558.

Faleis. See Falaix.

Falkirk (Fawekirke), in Scotland, II. 181.

Falkland (Fawkland), in Scotland, I. 13.

Faller, Oxon. See Fawler.

Falley, Hants. See Fawley.

Fallofeld or Falofelde
-, Thos., I. g. 623 (56)
-, II. 173 (2).

Falyfaunt (Follyfauntes), Essex, I. g. 981 (75).

Famezelles. See Framezelles.

Fammyngham. See Framlingham.

Fane (Fanne), Joan, prioress of Dartford, II. 231 (p. 122).

- (Phane) or Vane, Ralph, I. 832 (pp 467-9)
-, II. 190.

-, -, letter from, II. 190.

Fanne. See Fane.

Fano, in Italy, I. 941.

Fans, in Scotland, II. 541.

Farleigh (Farley), Soms., I. g. 226 (79 p. 131-2), 475 (10ii).

Farleigh Monachorum or Farleigh Priory. See Monkton Farley.

Farleigh (Farley) alias Weke Farleigh. Soms. I. g. 802 (68).

Farlestropp. See Farlsthorpe.

Farley priory. See Monkton Farley.

Farley Hungerford (Farleigh), Soms and Wilts, I. g. 981 (10).

Farlington, Yorks., I. g. 226 (66).

Farlsthorpe (Farlestropp), Linc., I. g 981 (110).

Farnando. See Gonzaga, Don Ferrante de.

Farnese, Alexander, Pope Paul III., q.v.

Farnese
-, (Fernese, Fernesi) Alexander, Cardinal, grandson of the preceding, eldest son of Pier Luigi, letters to. I. 35, 82, 154, 462, 495, 528, 652, 745, 753, 900
-, II. 61, 435.

-, -, other references, I. 496, 505n, 688, 723 (2 p. 411), 738
-, II. 454, 457, 485.

Farnese, Constantia, to marry the duke of Orleans, I. 575.

Farnese
-, Horatio, third son of Pier Luigi, I. 35, 193
-, II. 457.

-, -, proposed marriage in France, I. 193.

Farnese
-, Octavio, Duke Of Camerino, Prefect of Rome, second son of Pier Luigi, husband of Charles V.'s natural daughter Margaret, I. 150 (p. 92?), 231ii, 545, 615, 642, 673, 688, 724, 738
-, II. 457.

Farnese, Pier Luigi. Duke Of Castro, son of Pope Paul III., I. 615, 673, 723 (2 p. 411), 738.

Farnese, Vittoria, daughter of Pier Luigi proposed marriage to Ascanio Colonna's son, I. 818.

Farney (Ferney), in Ireland, captain of, II. 524. See McMahon.

Farnyhyrste. See Fernyhirst.

Farnynghoo. See Farthingho.

Faro (Pharo), in Portugal, I. 66 (33).

Farr or Farre, Fridiswide, I. g. 802 (89).

-, Walter, alias Gillingham, keeper of records in the Augmentations, I. 436 (f. 71) :—p. 546 :—g. 802 (89)
-, II. 231 (pp. 119-20).

Farseley, Yorks., II. g. 241 (21).

Farthingho (Farnynghoo), Ntht., I. g. 226 (45-6).

Fasting, II. 546 (pp. 291, 295, 302, 308, 310, 315, 317)

Faulconbridge. See Falconbridge.

Faunteleroye, Mr. Tristram, I. g. 623 (91).

-, Wm., S.T.D., master of Higham Ferrers College, I. g. 474 (27).

Faux. See Vaux.

Faversham
-, (Feversham), Kent, I. p. 552 :—g. 981 (72)
-, II. 546 (pp. 303, 305, 310-11, 318, 372, 378) :—g. 241 (7), 327 (7)

-, vicar of. See Norton, [Clement].

-, abbey (supp.), I. 436 (f. 74) :—pp. 552, 554, 556
-, II. g. 241 (7), 449 (62).

Favokke, Alex., petition of, I. 778.

Fawcett Forest, Westmld., II. g. 327 (16).

Fawconbridge. See Falconbridge.

Fawden, Hugh, I. g. 346 (65).

Fawdon, Ph., I. p. 548.

-, Robt., II. g. 449 (3).

Fawekirke. See Falkirk.

Fawkenor, John, I. g. 981 (56).

Fawkes, John, I. g. 623 (94).

Fawkland. See Falkland.

Fawldyngworth, Linc. See Faldingworth.

Fawler (Faller), Oxon, I. g. 802 (10), 981 (81).

Fawley (Falley), Hants, I. g. 226 (75).

Fawley, South- (Southfalley), Berks, I. g. 100 (2).

Fayermede. See Fairmead.

Fayerthorn. See Fair Thorn.

Fayre or Fayrey, Mrs., II. 508 :—App. 14.

Feacam. See Fecamp.

Fecamp
-, (Fescamp, Feacam, Feckam, Feccam), in Normandy, I. 40 (2), 93
-, II. 23.

Feccam or Feckam. See Fecamp.

Feckenham (Fekenham), Worc., II. g. 107 (12).

Feering (Fering), Essex, I. g. 100 (10).

Fekenham, Worc. See Feckenham.

Felborough (Fylborowe) hundred, Kent, II. 546 (pp. 321, 324).

Feld. See Field.

Felder, Eliz., I. g. 802 (69).

-, Thos., I g. 802 (69).

Feldyng. See Fielding.

Feliskirk (Felyskirk), Yorks, I. g. 226 (66).

Felley, Notts., priory (supp.), I. g. 981 (14, 56-7).

Feltham, Midd., I. p. 556.

Fenes (i.e. Fiennes), Edw. See Clinton, lord.

Fenne, John, I. p. 557.

Fenton, Linc., I. g. 623 (4, 13).

Fenton, Yorks., I. g. 107 (67).

Fenton, Chr., I. g. 226 (66).

Fentre. See Fintry.

Fenwick (Fenwike), Roger, murdered (in (March 1537), his murderers, I. 58, 419.

Ferare. See Ferrara.

Ferdinand
-, (Ferdinando), King Of The Romans, and of Hungary, archduke of Austria, brother of Charles V., I. 14, 77, 144 (p. 88), 170, 203, 243, 386-7, 397-8, 406 (3), 449, 519, 526, 534, 582 (2), 601, 622, 659, 688, 723 (2 p. 411), 724, 738, 754 (4), 758, 782, 790, 804 (p. 455), 820, 894, 916, 920, 925, 941, 955-6
-, II. 25-6, 60, 61 (p. 29), 73, 92 (p. 45), 96 (p. 48), 113, 143, 151, 162-3, 216, 252, 261, 290, 299, 338, 376, 454, 457.

-, -, letters from, I. 386, 659
-, II. 26.

-, -, his secretary. See Andronicus, T.

-, his daughter Elizabeth marries the King of Poland's son, I. 398.

-, -, his daughters, II. 162.

-, -, his son, I. 601
-, II. 457.

-, -, his wife and children, I. 601.

Fereby, Yorks. See Ferriby.

Feria, Count of, I. 231.

Fering, Essex. See Feering.

Fermour (Fermor), Anne, I. p. 546.

- (Fermore), Eliz., II. 231 (p. 121).

-, Ric., I. p. 546, 549 :—g. 802 (39)
-, II. g 107 (23).

- (Fermer), Robt., I. g, 100 (17).

- (Fermer, Fermore), Wm., sheriff of Oxon and Berks (1543-4), I. 436 (f. 66) :—g. 100 (22)
-, II. 231 (p. 121)
-, g. 449 (79).

Fernandez, Ant., I. g. 802 (13).

Fernando, Don. See Gonzaga, Don Ferranto de.

Fernehyrst. See Kerr, of Fernyhirst.

Fernese. See Farnese.

Ferney. See Farney.

Fernyhirst (Farnyhyrste), co. Roxburgh, II. 236 (2), 332.

-, laird of. See Kerr, Andrew.

Ferrara, in Italy, I. 449, 496.

Ferrara, Cardinal OF. See Este, I. De.

Ferrara
-, (Ferrare, Ferare), Hercules D'Este Duke Of, and also of Modena and Reggio, I. 321, 449, 688, 724, 941
-, II. 194, 457.

-, -, his daughter to marry the Pope's nephew, I. 688, 941.

Ferreis. See Ferrers.

Ferrers
-, (Ferreis), Walter Devereux Lord, K.G., I. 457 (2), 568 :—g. 100 (22), 226 (27-8, 84)
-, II. 231 (p. 119).

Ferrers (Ferrys), Sir Humph., II. 67.

Ferriby (Fereby) or North Ferriby, Yorks., priory (supp.), I. p. 551.

Fery, Eliz., I. g. 346 (66).

-, John, I. g. 346 (66).

Fesaunte, Jasper, I. g. 100 (21).

Fescamp. See Fecamp.

Fesmy (Fewmy), in the Bpric. of Cambray, Dep. of l' Aisne, [not Fumai in Hainault as stated in St. P.] abbot of, I. 29 (p. 19).

Fessarde, John, I. p. 548.

Fetyplace, Alex., I. 832 (p. 467).

-, Edw., I. 436 (ff. 59, 64), 832 (p. 467) :—g. 226 (26)
-, II. 231 (pp. 119, 121).

-, Ursula, I. 436 (f. 10).

Feversam or Feversham, Kent. See Faversham.

Fewmy, abbot of. See Fesmy.

Fiddington (Fydington), Glouc., II. g. 449 (8).

Field (Feld), John, I. g. 623 (33).

- (Felde), Wm., I. 436 (f. 76).

Fielding (Feldyng), Sir Wm., I. g. 981 (56)

- (Fylding), Wm., I. 111.

Fiennes
-, (Finies, Fynes), castle, &c., in the Boulonnois near Guisnes, I. 256, 557, 562, 569, 822 (pp. 462-3), 960
-, II. 13, 426.

Fiennes (Fynes, Fyngnes) Hill, near Guisnes, I. 256, 833.

Fiennes, Sir Edw., lord Clinton, q.v.

- (Fynes), Giles, I. g. 226 (24).

- (Fynes), Ro., II. 546 (p. 305).

Fife (Fyffe, Fyef), in Scotland, II. 72 (p. 36), 128, 378, 540.

Fife, laird of. See Fyvie.

Fifehide, Oxon. See Fifield.

Fiff, laird of. See Fyvie.

Fifield
-, (Fyfehide, Fyfed, Fyfeld, Fyffeld), Oxon, I. p. 547
-, II. g. 449 (45).

Figuerroa
-, Gomez de, Imperial ambassador at Genoa, II. 251
-, II. 96.

-, Juan de, of Charles V.'s court, signature of, I. 488.

Filgrave, Bucks., I. g. 981 (41).

Filipopoli, in Greece, II. 290.

Fillingham, Linc., II. g. 327 (17).

Filmer, Henry (burnt in 1543), II. 219.

Filpote. See Philpot.

Finche, John, II. g. 107 (63).

-, Laur., I. g. 474 (37).

-, Sir Wm., I. 832 (p. 467)
-, II. 546 (p. 369).

-, Wm., I. g. 981 (20 p. 530, 21)
-, II. g. 107 (16).

Finchale (Fynkeloo), Dham., priory (supp.), cell to Durham cathedral priory, I. p. 552 bis.

Finchettz, Randoll, I. 436 (f. 23).

Finedon alias Thingdon (Thynden), Ntht., I. g. 474 (27).

Fineshade (Fynneshed), Ntht., priory (supp.), I. p. 555 bis.

Fingall, Yorks., II. g. 107 (18).

Finies. See Fiennes.

Finmere, Oxon, I. g. 226 (52).

Finstock (Fynstoke), Soms., I. g. 802 (10) 981 (81).

Fintry (Fentre), laird of, II. 70.

First Fruits, Court Of, I. 66 (21).

-, -, attorney of. See Chidley, R.

-, -, chancellor. See Baker, Sir J.

Firth, the. See Forth.

Fish and fishing
-, and fisheries, I. 129, 200 373, 804 :—pp. 552, 557 :—g 346 (27), 623 (34, 50)
-, II. 52, 79 (p. 40), 213, 216 (2), 231 (p. 124), 259, 273, 305, 348, 357, 437 (p. 232) :—g. 107 (12, 22), 449 (3, 54).

-, buying at sea (Act), II. 211 (p. 109).

(herring), I. 40 (2), 91 (3), 148, 169, 179, 181, 200, 216, 218
-, II. 391, 436, 488.

(salmon), I. 200
-, II. 359 (2) :—g 449 (3).

Fish, —, II. 546 (p. 308).

Fishecock, John, II. 546 (p. 311).

Fisher (Fyssher), Hen., I. g. 623 (14).

- (Fysscher), John, lieutenant of Guernsey, letter from, II. 24.

-, John, I. 856.

- (Fyssher), Sir Mich., I. g. 226 (8, 19).

-, -, his daughter Agnes, I. g. 226 (19)

-, Ric., I. g. 981 (22)
-, II. g. 107 (58), 241 (9).

- (Fissher), Thos., I. 431, 485 :—g. 226 (63).

Fisherton Anger gaol
-, Salisbury, I. g. 100 (30)
-, II. 449 (13).

Fitche, Robt., I. g. 981 (63).

Fitton, Nic., I. g. 226 (84).

Fitzgerald, Gerald, younger son of the 9th earl of Kildare, an exile, II. 290.

Fitzgerald (Fitzgarret), Sir James, a knight of St. John's (executed Feb. 1537), I. g. 623 (83).

Fitzherbert, Bridget, I. 436 (f. 8).

-, Eliz., I. 66 (c. 44).

-, John, I. 66 (c. 44).

-, Thos., sheriff of Staffordshire (1543-4), I. 352 (10)
-, II. g. 449 (79),

Fitzhugh, Thos., I. 436 (f. 67) :—g. 100 (30), 226 (8).

Fitzjames, Aldred, I. g. 100 (32).

-, Lady Eliz., widow, II. g. 449 (33)

-, Eliz., I. g. 981 (40).

-, Nic. I. 578 :—g. 100 (32).

Fitzpatricke, the lord. See McGilpatrick.

Fitzricharde, Gilb., I. g. 981 (72).

Fitz Thomas, Ric., deed by, I. 922.

-, -, his sons (named), I. 922.

Fitzwalter, Thomas Ratcliff Lord, son of the earl of Sussex, I. g. 100 (13).

Fitzwilliam or Fitzwilliams, Nic., II. 546 (pp. 313, 318).

-, Sir William, alderman of London (died in 1534), I. 66 (c. 38).

-, Wm. (afterwards Sir William and Deputy of Ireland), I. 66 (c. 38).

-, Sir William, I. 66 (c. 38). See also Southampton, earl of.

Fitzwilliam or Fitzwilliams, the lord. See Bourke, Wm.

Fladbury, Worc., I. g. 623 (69).

Flamborough Head, Yorks., I. 747, 844.

Flammock
-, (Flamocke), Andrew, captain of the navy in the Downs, I. 276, 322
-, II. 543.

- (Flammak), Wm., I. p. 556.

Flamocke. See Flammock.

Flanders And The Low Countries
-, (Lower Germany), I. 29 (p. 19), 44 (p. 31), 62 (p. 40), 69, 84, 87, 93 106, 113 (pp. 76-7), 144, 150 (p. 92), 163, 193, 223, 231 (p. 136), 243, 259, 262, 265-6, 288 (p. 163), 345, 353 (p. 207), 359, 387, 397, 406 (1, 3), 416 (pp. 244-5), 423, 459, 471, 473, 487, 496, 512, 531, 534, 566, 582 (1, 2), 600, 604 (p. 349), 612, 615, 617, 629, 641, 667-8, 680n, 684-5, 688, 698-9, 710-11, 718, 723 (2), 724-5, 736, 740, 786, 788, 789 (2), 806, 831-2, 882, 891, 894, 925 :—g. 623 (9), 802 (55)
-, II. 12, 38, 61 (p. 29), 63-4, 69, 72 (p. 36), 93, 96, 114, 119, 142, 177, 179 (2), 190, 205, 216, 224, 268, 287, 329, 365, 368-9, 385, 408, 426, 434, 439, 441, 501, 525 (3), 526 :—App. 4.

Admiral of. See Beures, sieur de.

Council of, I. 171, 544, 622 (3), 722, 735, 771, 969
-, II. 20, 27, 56, 113, 151.

Court of, I. 356, 512, 544, 771
-, II. 56, 113.

English army in (July to Nov. 1543, for earlier references see under Charles V., English aid to) I. 831-2, 865, 882, 894, 911, 926, 931, 960, 967 :—g. 981 (32)
-, II. 5, 12, 13, 27, 30, 35, 39, 43, 55, 69, 84, 92, 96, 129, 134, 167, 189-90, 194, 218, 231 (pp. 127, 131), 250-1, 258, 264, 280, 291-4, 300, 304, 305 (p. 173), 306, 310, 321 (1, 2), 325, 331, 333-5, 337, 345, 352, 354, 365-6, 384-5, 389, 404, 460, 467 (2).

-, musters for (lists), I. 832.

-, riot with German soldiers, II. 92.

-, captain-general of. See Wallop, Sir J.

-, captain of the horsemen. See Cromwell, Sir Ric.

-, marshal of. See Seymour, Sir T.

-, treasurer of. See Bowes, Sir R.

English heretical books printed in, I. 353 (p. 207).

English nation in. See under Antwerp.

Grand Master of. See Roeulx, sieur de.

Master of the posts, II. 151, 162, 210.

Provision of munitions, &c., in, I. 473, 487, 527, 534, 582, 613, 675, 806, 853, 862 (p. 480), 882.

Regent Of. See Mary, Of Hungary.

Treaties of intercourse with, I. 259 (p. 147), 331, 604 (p. 349), 681, 685, 863.

Flanders, Base, I. 487 (p. 296).

Flaner, Alice, maid to Mrs. Arundell, I. 73, 315, 327, 351.

-, -, examinations of, I. 315.

Flaxley, Glouc., I. g. 226 (35).

-, abbey (supp.), I. p. 557 :—g. 226 (35).

-, -, abbot. See Were, T.

Flechemonger. See Fleshmonger.

Fleckney
-, (Fleckeney, Flekney), Leic., I. g. 623 (4), 981 (18)
-, II. g. 107 (33, 35), 241 (26).

Fleehope (Fleup) burn, Nthld., II. 538.

Fleet, the. See under London.

Flegstein (Flegesteyn), Baron, a German leader, I. 42.

Fleming
-, (Flemming), Malcolm, Lord, chamberlain of Scotland, Scottish prisoner, I. 2 (1, 2), 22, 29, 37 (2), 38, 60-1, 104, 124, 129, 161, 291, 302, 305 (p. 174), 324 (p. 184), 355, 391 (pp. 230-1), 436 (f. 87). 455 (p. 271), 664, 671, 805, 838, 844, 945, 974
-, II. 9, 14, 22, 72, 74 (p. 38), 77, 79, 116, 188, 202 (p. 105), 209, 213, 231 (p. 126), 263, 339, 476, 484, 491.

-, -, signature of, I. 37 (2), 38, 60, 945.

-, -, his son, II. 22 (p. 12).

Fleming, James, eldest son of Lord Fleming, I. 61.

- (Flemmyng), Jane, II. g. 327 (22).

-, John, the "young laird" of Boghall (his father was alive), I. 61.

Flemings, in England, I. 257.

Flemming. See Fleming.

Fleshmonger (Flechemonger), Wm., dean of Chichester, I. g. 802 (85).

Fletcher, Jas., I. 518, 546.

- (Flettcher), John, of Rye, I. 86, 405, 568, 689 :—g. 623 (22).

-, Wm., I. p. 551.

Fietewood, Edm., I. 436 (f. 17).

-, John, I. 436 (ff. 43, 58) :—g. 100 (18)
-, II. 231 (p. 120).

-, Kath., I. g. 100 (18).

-, Robt., I. g. 346 (66).

-, Thos., I. 436 (ff. 43, 85).

Fletewyke, Beds. See Flitwick.

Flettcher. See Fletcher.

Fleup. See Fleehope.

Flintshire
-, I. g. 476 (17), 802 (76)
-, II. 211 (p. 109).

Flissinghes. See Flushing.

Flitwick (Fletewyke), Beds, II. g. 107 (55).

Flixton, Lanc., prebend in Lichfield cathedral I. g. 226 (12).

Flocton, Yorks., I. g. 981 (9).

Florence
-, and the Florentines, I. 29 (p. 19), 193, 688, 758, 891, 941
-, II 430.

-, banished men, I. 758.

Florence, Duke Of. See Medici, C. De.

Florentines
-, individual, I. 34, 208, 346 (7), 493, 495 :—g. 623 (9)
-, II. 430.

Flotmanby, Yorks., II. g. 107 (67).

Flowke, Rog., I. g. 346 (65).

Flud, Thos., I. 781.

Flushing
-, (Flusshyng, Flissinghes), in the Low Countries, I. 83, 356
-, II. 436, 459.

Foder Marsh, near Rye, Suss., II. 231 (p. 123).

Fodrynghay. See Fotheringhay.

Foffaunte, Wilts. See Fovant.

Fogg or Fogge, John, I. 832 (p. 467).

-, Mr., II. 546 (pp. 330-1).

Fogoe, in Scotland, II. 309.

Fo Ju, François, merchant of Orleans, I. 48-9.

Folbery. See Fowbery.

Folby, in Wragby parish, Yorks., I. g. 981 (9).

Folden. See Foulden.

Folembray (Folembrazy, Foullenbray), in France, II. 242.

-, letter dated at, II. 278.

Foljambe (Fowlgam), Mr., II. 67.

Folkestone
-, (Foullston, Folkeston), Kent, I. 93
-, II. 546 (p. 378).

Folkton, Yorks., II. g. 107 (67).

Follyfauntes, Essex. See Falyfaunt.

Foly John park, near Windsor, I. 455.

Fontaine au Bois, near Landrechies, II. 189.

-, letter dated at, II. 187.

Fontainebleau
-, in France. I. 35, 163
-, II. 326.

Fontarabia (Fontarabie) or Fuentarabia, in Castile, I. 69.

Fontaynes, Geoff., I g. 474 (1).

Fonte, Evangelista. I. 887.

Fontsome, in France, II. 92.

Foothead Garth (Fothatgarth) alias Westhorne, Yorks., I. g. 802 (90).

Foquesolles (Foxall, Foxole, Foucquesolle). Mons. de, I. 367, 403, 569, 587, 946 (2).

Forbes
-, (Forbus, Furbus), lord, I. 129, 458
-, II. 116.

Forbes (Forbese), William master of, signature of, I. 945.

Forbus. See Forbes.

Forcez. See Fuggers.

Ford, Devon, II. g. 241 (8).

-, abbey (supp.), II. g. 107 (50).

Ford, in Woolborough parish, Devon, I. g. 981 (20, 21).

Ford alias Shelvingforde, in Hoath parish, Kent, I. 66 (c. 37).

Ford, Nthtld., constable of, I. 764.

Ford or Forde, Edm., I. g. 226 (76).

- (Fort), Robt., clerk of the Privy Seal, II. 546 (pp. 298, 318, 325, 329, 340, 343, 358, 371).

-, Thos., I. p. 557.

Fordham
-, Camb., Bigging priory (supp.) in. I. 436 (f. 28)
-, II. 231 (p. 122).

-, -, prior. See Baynton, W.

Fordingbridge, Hants, I. g. 226 (75).

Fordwich (Fordich), Kent, II. 546 (p. 303).

Foreland or Forland, the, (Flamborough head?), I. 141, 146, 151.

Foreland, the (North Foreland?), I. 849.

Foreman. See Forman.

Forenham, Suff. See Fornham.

Forest, Hen., II. g. 241 (35).

- (Forreste), Miles, I. g. 981 (97)
-, II. 231 (p. 120) :—g. 241 (35).

Forestar, John, of Leith, I. 429.

Forman or Foreman
-, Geo. I. 436 (ff. 68-9)
-, II. 231 (p. 121).

-, John, II. g. 241 (17).

- (Formen), Sir Wm., I. 629.

Formes, Jean de, Marillac's nephew or cousin, I. 62 (p. 40), 629n.

Fornham
-, (Forenham, Fornam) All Saints, Suff., I. g. 226 (79 p. 131)
-, II. g. 449 (63), 529 (2).

Forreste. See Forest.

Forster. See Foster.

Fort. See Ford.

Fortescue, Sir Adrian, I. g. 226 (79 p 131).

-, Barth., I. g. 226 (10, 30)
-, II. g. 419 (79).

-, Lewis, baron of the Exchequer, I. g. 226 (10, 30).

-, Nic., II. g. 449 (41).

Forth
-, (Furth), the Firth of, in Scotland ("the Frithe," "the Frethe," Frythe, Firth "the Water") I. 19, 57, 88, 127, 129, 140-1, 151, 448, 458 (p. 274), 48 (p. 292), 580, 670, 747, 765, 835, 868, 897, 952, 966 pp. 518-19), 974
-, II. 2, 9, 11, 22 (p. 12), 33, 42, 44, 46, 68, 70, 85, 93-4, 100, 116, 184, 202 (p. 105), 234, 235 (p. 135), 238, 275, 358, 378, 408, 539-40.

Forton, Lanc., II. g. 107 (1).

Fortugni or Fortygni, Barth., a Florentine, I. 208, 847.

Fostall, John, II. g. 107 (41).

Foster, or Forster, —, II. 93.

-, George, I. 581, 775, 814
-, II. 137.

-, Sir Humph., I. g. 100 (22), 226 (26), 981 (67), II. 231 (p. 120) :—g. 327 (9), 449 (79).

-, John, I. 436 (f. 16)
-, II. 298, 339.

-, Robin, called Hobs Robyn, II. 263, 339, 469.

-, Robt., I. 832 (p. 467).

-, Wm., I. g. 226 (85).

Fosters (Forsters), the Border family, II. 209.

Foston, Derb., I. 66 (c. 44).

Fothat, Elinore, I. g. 802 (90).

-, Grace, I. g. 802 (90).

-, John, I. g. 802 (90).

Fothatgarth. See Foothead Garth.

Fotheringhay (Fodrynghay), Ntht., college of, II. 360 :—g. 241 (34).

-, -, master. See Russell, John.

Foucquesolle. See Foquesolles.

Foulden (Folden), in Scotland, II. 309.

Foulis
-, James, of Colintoun, clerk of register of Scotland, I. 281 (p. 159), 671
-, II. 76, 452, 491 (2).

Foullenbray. See Folembray.

Foullstone. See Folkestone.

Fountains
-, (Fountaunce), Yorks., abbey (supp.) of, I. pp. 552 bis, 553, 558
-, II. g. 107 (8).

Fountesland, in Ireland, I. 633.

Fousemberg. See Furstemberg.

Fovant (Foffaunte), Wilts, II. g. 529 (20, 25).

Fowbery (Fowberie, Folbery, Folberie), Laur., a ship captain, I. 123, 225, 434, 596, 765 (p. 431).

Fowell, John, I. 778.

Fowey (Foye), Cornw., I. g. 226 (47), 623 (31).

Fowke, Rog., I. g. 346 (65).

Fowle
-, Barth., prior of St. Mary Overey, Southwark, I. 436 (f. 14)
-, II. 234 (p. 122).

Fowler, —, I. g. 802 (55).

-, Thos., II. 231 (p. 128).

Fowlgam. See Foljambe.

Fourneis. See Furness

Fox. See Foxe.

Foxall, Eliz., p. 550.

Foxall, M. de. See Foquesolles.

Foxe, Ellen, I. g. 346 (65).

-, Jas., I. g. 346 (65).

-, John, I. g. 802 (46).

-, (Fox), Mich., II. 231 (p. 120) :—g. 107 (53).

-, Thos., I. g. 226 (80), 346 (65).

-, Wm., I. g. 226 (27).

Foxelwyste, Joan, I. 436 (f. 29).

Foxhall. Hen., I. p. 552.

Foxole, M. de. See Foquesolles.

Foye, Cornw. See Fowey.

Fractinius. See Fraxinius.

Framezelles (Famezelles), sieur de, I. 780 877.

Framfield (Framfelde). Suss., I. 66 (c. 37).

Framlingham (Fammyngham), Suff., I. g. 802 (11).

Framlingham
-, Fras., I. p. 548 :—g. 346 (34)
-, II. 231 (p. 120).

Framosell, See Framezelles.

Fnance
-, country, I. 23 (p. 13), 44 (p. 29), 112, 119, 124, 133, 144 (p. 88), 156, 216, 247, 261, 266, 282, 286, 288 (p. 163), 289, 301, 324, 331, 343, 345, 355 (p 210), 370, 380, 387, 390 (p. 228), 419, 422, 452, 455, 483, 487 (p. 296), 503, 525-6, 544, 566, 568, 572 (p. 333), 622, 662, 710 (p. 405), 712, 718, 763 (p. 430), 787, 877, 891, 913, 931, 941 :—g. 623 (9)
-, II. 20, 22 (p. 12), 46, 52, 55, 82, 96-7, 129, 134, 140, 150, 163, 167, 177, 181, 190, 213, 251, 266-7, 275, 290, 299, 302, 305, 314, 338, 344, 370, 378, 420, 426, 432, 437, 457, 523, 527, 546 (p. 328) :— App. 14, 15.

France
-, government and armies of (French king, the French, etc.), I. 3, 7 (2), 9, 22 (p. 11), 44 passim, 46, 48, 62-3, 69, 77, 84, 87, 91 (3, 4), 93, 102, 104, 120, 139-40, 144-5, 150, 152, 157, 170, 172, 177, 193-6, 198, 201, 203, 221, 231-3, 240, 259, 265 (1, 2), 266, 271, 274, 279, 284, 288, 290, 298, 302, 305 (1, 2), 307, 313, 316-18, 321, 325, 331, 335, 338, 340, 344-5, 348, 353, 357, 359, 364 (p. 214). 373-4, 378, 380-1, 385, 387, 390-1, 395, 397-8, 402 (pp. 236-7), 406 (3), 412, 416, 419, 425 (p. 250), 427, 448-9, 455, 458-9, 462-3, 465, 479 (pp. 288-9), 482, 485-7, 496, 503, 505, 510-11, 516, 519, 524, 534-5, 544-5, 563, 569-70, 572, 574-6, 578, 582, 588, 600-1, 604, 608, 613, 615, 619, 625-6, 629, 632, 640-1, 650, 652, 656-8, 664, 666-7, 670 (p. 387), 671, 673, 675, 677, 687-8, 704, 707, 710 (p. 405), 717-18, 723 (1, 2), 727, 730, 736, 740, 753-4, 762-3, 771, 773-4, 776, 782-3, 789, 791, 794, 796, 798, 804 (p. 455), 807, 818, 820, 822, 831, 833, 835, 852-3, 862, 865, 875, 877-8, 880-2, 891, 897-9, 915-16, 925, 941, 946, 954, 958, 966 (pp. 518-19), 969, 974, 979 :—g. 346 (58)
-, II. 5, 7, 14, 16, 22 (p. 12), 23, 25, 30, 33, 39, 41, 46, 50, 55, 60-1, 65, 68 (p. 34), 72 (p. 36), 74-5, 79, 92, 94 (p. 46), 96, 100, 114, 129, 134, 142-3, 152, 156, 162-3, 167-8, 177, 179 (2), 181, 191, 194, 199, 202, 210, 216, 224, 230, 231 (pp. 127, 131 bis), 235 (p. 135), 242, 246, 249 (2), 250-1, 254, 257, 259, 261, 264, 266-8, 270-1, 273, 275, 279-81, 288-94, 296, 299, 302, 304-5, 310, 317, 320-1, 323, 325, 331, 341-2, 345-6, 348, 357, 365, 376-7, 380, 387, 394, 402-5, 407, 410, 413, 415, 420, 424-5, 430, 434-5, 439, 442-3, 450-1, 453-4, 457, 461 (p. 251), 464, 467-8, 482, 485, 486 (p. 263), 487-8, 492, 539, 541 :—App. 4, 6, 14.

Admiral. See Brion, sieur de.

ambassadors in, I. 29.

- of Cleves, I. 62 (p. 40).

- English, I. 182, 217, 250, 252, 354 (2), 390 (p. 228). See Paget, W.

- of Ferrara, I. 62 (p. 40).

- from Flanders, I. 345.

- imperial (left in July 1542). See Marvol.

- Papal Duncio, II. 266. See Capo di Ferro, H.
-, Dandino.

- Papal legate I. 505.

- Portuguese, I. 106 (p. 73).

- Scottish, I. 528-9.

- Venetian, II. 266.

army of, numbers and order, II. 321 (2).

constable of. See Montmorency, A. de.

Council or Privy Council of, I. 62, 106, 113 (pp. 76-7), 125, 134, 140, 163, 183, 266, 286, 954.

Court of, I. 29, 35, 62 (p. 40), 87 (p. 57), 93, 106, 112, 125, 156, 217, 250, 259 (p. 148), 266, 345, 381, 403, 505, 516, 523, 606, 622, 941
-, II. 194, 404.

Dauphin. See Henry.

distress in, II. 488.

English merchants in, I. 40, 46, 113 (p. 77), 114, 133-4, 136, 146, 163, 177, 256, 349, 416, 754 (3)
-, II. App. 14.

- arrest of, I. 114.

Gospel in, II. 150.

master of munitions, I. 345.

peers of (the twelve), I. 699.

princes and nobles (list), I. 663.

privateerings (regulations), I. 344.

Queen. See Eleanor.

salt makers (salyners) in, dispute with, I. 29.

Scots in, I. 29, 62 (p. 40).

Scottish guard in, I. 29, 413, 462, 566 (p. 328)
-, II. 242, 527.

-, captain of. See Stewart, R.

-, a captain of, I. 29, 62 (p. 39).

-, list, I. 413.

second son of. See Charles Duke Of Orleans.

strong places (named), I. 663 (2).

taxation and levies of money in, I. 106.

treaties with, I. 62, 91, 113, 416, 510 (p. 303), 754 (3).

treaties with Scotland. See Scotland.

treaty with Denmark, Sweden, &c., I. 44 (p. 28), 145 (p. 90).

treaty (league) with the Turks, I. 77.

war with, intimation (requisition, &c.), I. 397, 406 (1, 3), 570, 582 (1, 2), 606, 608, 612-13, 622, 632, 637, 681, 699, 710, 723 (2), 727, 736, 740, 746, 754, 759, 763 (p. 430), 774, 789, 797, 820, 891
-, II. 30, 39, 41, 96, 105, 114.

-, -, commissions, &c., I. 622.

-, -, the text, I. 754.

-, projected invasion of, I. 397, 406, 416, (p. 245), 487
-, II. 467 (2), 525-6.

Francis I
-, King Of France, personal notices (others under France), I. 29, 30, 35, 62, 82, 87 (p. 57), 91-2, 106, 113, 134, 163, 202, 216-17, 249-50, 256, 296, 354, 361, 403, 422, 512, 528, 582 (2), 599, 608, 613 (p. 355), 622, 625, 637, 640-1, 647, 652, 658, 666 ii., 685, 687, 699, 718, 727, 742, 750, 759, 762, 771, 776, 786-8, 793, 797-8, 840, 862, 870, 877, 882, 891, 894, 900, 931, 946 (1, 2), 954
-, II, 5, 12, 20, 30, 43, 55, 61, 65, 92, 96, 113 (p, 64), 129, 140, 150, 156, 187, 218, 242, 250-1, 266, 273, 291-3, 299 (p, 169), 305 (p. 173), 321 (1, 2), 322, 341-2, 380, 403 (p. 217), 404, 410, 414, 431-2, 439, 441, 453, 536-7, 544 :—App. 14.

-, -, letters from, I. 354 (3), 780
-, II. 183, 278.

-, -, letters to, I. 51, 182, 662.

-, -, licence by, II. 430.

-, -, order by, I. 114.

-, -, his children, I. 91 (p. 60).

-, -, his guard, I. 663.

-, -, his Privy Chamber, I. 163 (p. 98).

Francis
-, (Francisco), the Courier, I. 106
-, II. 303, 321, 345 (p. 194), 346, 365, 457.

Francis (Fraunces), Wm., I. 832 (p. 468).

Franciscus
-, Petrus, trumpeter, I. 434, 765
-, II. 307.

Franke, Thos., I. g. 981 (43).

Frankelowe, Ntht., I. g. 226 (79 p. 131).

Frankelyn. See Franklin.

Frankfort On The Main
-, I. 519 (1, 2), 916
-, II. 150, 219, 252.

-, letter dated at, I. 317.

-, Fair at, I. 317.

Franklin (Frankelyn), Oliver, I. g 100 (29).

- (Frankelyn), Wm., clk., II. g. 327 (9).

Fransham (Fraunsham) Magna, Norf., II. g. 449 (4).

Franyngham, Ric., I. g. 100 (14).

Fraser (Frsll), Hew, master of Loyat, signature of, I. 945.

Fraunsham. See Fransham.

Fraxinius (Fraxineus, Fractinius), Johannes, French envoy to Denmark, II. 152, 278.

Freasley
-, (Freisseley, Freysseley), Warw., I. g. 981 (53)
-, II. g. 449 (30).

Free, Edw., I. 436 (f. 67).

-, John, I. 436 (f. 67).

Fregoso (Fregosa), Hercules de, in the French service, I. 29 (p. 19).

Freisseley, Warw. See Freasley.

Freiston (Freston, Fryeston), Linc., I. g. 802 (52).

-, priory (supp.), cell to Crowland, II. g. 107 (39).

Freke, Edm., I. 436 (f. 23).

Freman, John, a receiver of Augmentations, I. p. 545.

Fremont. See Van Fremont.

Fremyngham. Fras., I. 832 (p. 468).

French, the. See France.

French character, II. 111.

French gowns and hoods, I. 443.

French language, II. 92.

Frenchmen in England
-, I. 62, 271, 314, 328, 372, 377, 513, 558, 578, 598, 605, 668, 727, 906 :—g. 226 (92)
-, II. 57.

-, their goods arrested, I. 148, 163 (p. 98), 212, 218, 259 (p. 148), 284, 447, 847, 887, 901.

French pensions
-, (and the arrears of them unpaid) I. 91, 113, 144 (p. 88), 163 (p. 98), 266, 340, 622 (p. 359), 685, 754 (3)
-, II. 33, 79 (p. 40).

-, statement of the case, I. 91 (p. 60).

French or Frenche, —, II. 546 (p. 324).

-, Joan, II. 546 (p. 306).

-, Laur., I. p. 550.

Frenes, Wm. See Freurs.

Frenton. See under Calais.

Freren Courte, Hants. See Burgate.

Freshford (Fressheforde), Soms., I. g. 226 (79 pp. 131-2), 475 (10 ii.)

Fressingfield (Fresyngfeld), Suff., I. g. 802 (11).

Freston, Linc. See Freiston.

Freston, Ric., I. g. 226 (85), 474 (5).

Fresyngfeld. See Fressingfield.

Fretchwell, Peter, I. g. 226 (25).

Fretynden, Kent. See Frittenden.

Freurs (Frenes), Wm., mayor of Oxford, I. 583.

Freysseley, Warw. See Freasley.

Friar George. See Martinuzzi, G.

Frias, Pedro Fernandez de Velasco duke of, count of Haro, constable of Castile, I. 231 (p. 136).

Friderick, —, II. 546 (p. 303).

Frier, —, II. 546 (p. 372).

-, Edm., I, g. 981 (5).

-, Ph., I. 436 (f. 61).

Friesland
-, (Fryselond, Frize) and the Frisians (Frysons, Fryses), I. 144, 718, 722 (p. 409), 899, 931
-, II. 218, 230, 267, 291.

Friesland, East- (Oostfrize), count of, I. 296.

Frimley (Frymeley), Surr., I. p. 557.

Frindsbury (Frynesbury), Kent, I. 66 (c. 41).

Frith (Frythe), Humph., I. g. 981 (29).

- (Fryeth), John, the martyr, I. 538.

-, John, clk., I. 436 (f. 76).

-, John, II. 231 (p. 124).

Frithe, the. See Forth.

Frithelstock, Devon, priory (supp.), II. g. 107 (20), 449 (48).

Frithinde, Kent. See Frittenden.

Frittenden
-, (Fretynden, Frithinde), Kent, I. g. 100 (1)
-, II. 231 (p. 124), 546 (p. 312).

Friuli (Friuly), on the Adriatic, I. 387, 449.

Frize. See Friesland.

Frobisher (Frobyser), Fras., I. g. 100 (30).

Frogmorton. See Throgmerton.

Frome, Dors., II. g. 449 (1).

Frome, Soms., I. g. 226 (79 p. 131).

Frustemberg. See Furstemberg.

Frye
-, John, I. g. 226 (77)
-, II. g. 241 (31).

Fryeston, Linc. See Freiston.

Fryeth. See Frith.

Frynesbury, Kent. See Frindsbury.

Fryselond. See Friesland.

Fryses. See Friesland.

Frysons. See Friesland.

Frythe, water of. See Forth.

Fuccers. See Fuggers.

Fuel. See Coal and Wood.

-, price of, I. 52.

Fuggers (Fuccers, Forcez), the German bankers, I. 916, 956.

Fugler, Thos., I. 392-3.

Fulbeck, Linc., I. g. 226 (89).

Fulbrook or Fulbrook Ensham
-, (Fulbroke Eynesham), Bucks, I. g. 802 (10), 981 (81)
-, II. g. 449 (72).

Fulford, Staff., I. g. 346 (65).

Fulford (Fulforthe), Yorks., I. p. 551.

Fulham, Midd., II. g. 449 (36).

Fuljambe, Sir Jas., I. g. 226 (25).

Fulkebrige, Yorks., I. g. 226 (66).

Fuller, — , II. 546 (p. 329).

-, Hugh, auditor, I. 436 (f. 80).

-, Robt., abbot of Waltham, I. g. 226 (79 p. 132).

Fullwoodd or Fulwoode, q.v.

Fulmer
-, John, I. 436 (f. 38)
-, II. 231 (p. 122).

Fulmerston, Ric., II. 231 (p. 119).

Fulwell, Oxon, I. 703.

Fulwoode or Fullwoodd
-, Wm., I. 436 (f. 83)
-, II. 231 (p. 126).

Fumai, abbot of. See Fesmy.

Furbus. See Forbes.

Furner, John, II. 546 (p. 304).

Furness (Fourneis), Lanc., II. 332.

Furstemberg
-, (Fousemberg Frustemberg). Count William Of (Count Guillaume). I. 29 (p. 19) 63, 163 (p. 98), 203 (p. 113), 259, 516, 519
-, II. 5, 415, 485.

-, -, his lieutenant, I. 63.

Furth, water of. See Forth.

Fydington. See Fiddington.

Fyef, in Scotland. See Fife.

Fyfed, Oxon. See Fifield.

Fyfehide, Oxon. See Fifield.

Fyffe. See Fife.

Fyfield (Fyfeld, Fyffyld), Wilts., I. g. 961 (56, 77).

Fylborowe, Kent. See Felborough.

Fylding. See Fielding.

Fynes. See Fiennes.

Fyling alias Fylyng Hall, Yorks., I. p. 557.

Fylowe, Ric., I. g. 802 (35).

Fylpe, George, a Scot, II. g. 449 (34).

Fyngnes. See Fiennes.

Fynke, John, I. g. 474 (37).

Fynkeloo, Dham. See Finchale.

Fynnert, in Scotland. See Hamilton, Sir Jas.

Fynneshed. See Fineshade.

Fyny, Roger, I. g. 346 (65).

Fyvie (Fife, Fiff, Fyf), Sir George Meldrum laird of, II. 78-9, 85, 115-16, 155, 213, 331 (p. 188), 363, 486 (p. 263).



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