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'Index: M', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 18 Part 2: August-December 1543 (1902), pp. 503-515. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=76795 Date accessed: 17 September 2014.


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Maastricht or Maestricht
-, (Maystricht, Masetrichte, Mastricke, Maistricht), in Germany, I. 196, 296, 525, 588, 604 (p. 349), 658, 898, 969
-, II. 20 (pp. 9, 10), 35, 86, 97, 224, 480.

Mc Carthies (Mc Arties), the Irish family, I. 373.

Mc Carthy Reagh (Mc Charte Reagh), Irish chief, II. 455.

Mc Clellan, Thos., of Bombie, I. 281 (p. 159).

Macclesfield (Maclesfeld), Chesh., I. g. 802 (3).

Mc Dowell (Macdowell, Macdoual), Alex., I. 584.

Mc Gilpatrick
-, (Maggil Pateriok), Bernard, lord of Upper Ossory ("the lord Fitzpatricke"). I. 633-4, 636, 848
-, II. 231 (pp. 123, 127).

-, -, submission of, I. 636.

Macgregor (Margregour), Scottish chief, II. 181.

Mc Guyllem (Mc Quylyne, Mc Quylin), Irish chief, I. 885, 895.

Mc Guyllem (Mc Cuyllen), Rory, captain of Rowte, indenture with, I. 508.

Mc Guyre. See Maguire.

Machen (Maughan, Mawghan), co. Monmouth, I. p. 553 :—g. 226 (41).

Machvell. See Maxwell.

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

-, Ric., I. g. 981 (89).

-, Thos., I. g. 474 (31).

Mackdowell. See McDowell.

Mackinnon, a Scottish chief, II. 181n.

Maclesfeld. See Macclesfield.

Mc Mahon, Hugh Roo, captain of Far 524.

-, Remond Mc Rory, captain of Farney, indenture with, II. 524.

McNemorowe. See McNamara.

McNamara (Mc NeMarro, Mc Nemorowe. Maknymarry, Macknimara). Sheda. captain of Cloncullen I. 541, 634, 848 : II. 231 (p. 127 "Jas. Mortymer").

Maconnois (Masconnois), county of. I. 588, 622 (p. 359).

Mc Quylyne. See Mc Guyllem.

Macstede, —, II. 546 (p. 319).

McWilliam. See Bourke, W.

Maddingley, Camb. See Madingley.

Madecroft. Herts. See Maidencroft.

Madeira (Madre) island, I. 106 (p. 73).

Madeleys (Madilles), in Epping, Essex. I 66 (c. 38).

Maderby, Yorks. See Marderby.

Madilles, Essex. See Madeleys.

Madingley
-, (Maddingley), Camb., I. 66 (27)
-, II. g. 327 (5).

Madre. See Madeira.

Madrid
-, (Madrill), I. 44 (p. 32), 63 (p. 42), 247, 471, 488
-, II. 61 (p. 30).

-, letters dated at, I. 69, 84, 231.

-, list of noblemen assembled at, I. 231 ii.

Madrid, treaty of (14 Jan. 1526), I. 582 (p. 339), 622 (p. 359), 754 (4).

Madsey, Ric., I. g. 474 (32).

Maestricht. See Maastricht.

Maggil Pateriok. See McGilpatrick.

Maghull (Mahall), Lanc., II. g. 107 (1).

Magliana, la, I. 35.

Magnus, Captain Theodore, I. 298, 310.

Magnus
-, Dr. Thomas, archd, of the East Riding, one of the Council of the North. signature of. I. 272
-, II. 34.

"Magorneys lands", I. g. 802 (32).

Magott, Robt., II. g. 327 (17).

Maguire (McGuyre, Magwyre), Irish chief, I. 885, 895.

Maguntia. See Mentz.

Mahall, Lanc. See Maghull.

Mahomet's Koran (Mahumettes Alcorane). II. 20.

Maicre or Maidre, Captain, a Flemish seacaptain, II. 130, 134.

Maiden Bradley. Wilts, priory (supp.), I. g 226 (77 pp. 130-1).

Maiden Court (Maydencote), Berks, I. g. 802 (32).

Maidencroft (Madecroft). Herts, II. g. 107 (5).

Maiden Crosse, on the Scottish Border, II. 538 (p. 285).

Maidenhead, Berks, II. 546 (p. 336).

Maidford (Maydeforde). Ntht., I. g. 226 (79).

Maidre, Captain. See Maicre.

Maidstone
-, (Maydeston), Kent, I. p. 550
-, II. 546 (pp. 317, 344, 378).

-, college, master of. See Leffe, J.

Mailleraye. See La Meilleraye.

Mainwaryng, Ralph, I. g. 623 (24).

- (Manweryng), Robt., I. p. 551.

Maisters manor, Suff., II. g. 107 (10), 241 (24).

Maistricht. See Maastricht.

Maitland
-, (Matlande) John laird of Auchen Castle, Scottish prisoner, I. 2 (1, 2), 61, 436 (f. 87), 805, 844 (2)
-, II. 231 (p. 126)

- (Matlan), Ric., I. 61.

- (Matland), Roger, I. 61.

Major, Wm. See Mayer.

Majorca, in the Mediterranean, I. 545.

Majoris. Philip, Imperial ambassador (March, 1539. to July, 1540), II. 231 (p. 125).

Makcannon, a Scottish chief, II. 181.

Makeblyth or Makebley, Thos., II. 546 (pp. 307, 315).

Makelen. See Mechlin.

Makkelen. See Mechlin.

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

Maknymarry. See McNamara.

Makworth. Fras., II. g. 449 (79).

Makwyllyam. See Bourke. W.

Malary. See Malory.

Malbe, Joan, I. g. 226 (79).

- John, I. g. 226 (79).

-, Wm., I. g. 226 (79).

Malbye. Wm., I. g. 623 (94).

Maldon (Malden), Essex, I. 681, 832 (p. 467-8).

-, White Friars (supp.), I. p. 551.

Malery. See Malory.

Malett (Mallet), Fras., S.T.P., canon of Windsor, Vice Chancellor of Cambridge in 1540, II. App. 8 :—g. 529 (12).

- Jas., canon of Windsor, attainted, I. g. 623 (49).

-, Mich., I. g. 100 (32).

Malew Church (Kyrkemalewe), I. of Man, I. p. 557.

Malgersburye, Worc., I. g. 981 (57).

Mallet. See Malett.

Malling, South, Suss., I. 66 (c. 37).

Malling or West Malling
-, Kent, nunnery (supp.), I. 436 (f. 26)
-, II. 231 (p. 122).

- -, abbess. See Vernon, M.

Mallorye. See Malory.

Malmesbury
-, Wilts., abbey (supp.). I. 436 (f. 59) :—g. 346 (37), 623 (4), 981 (15, 20, 21 p. 531, 57, 77)
-, II. 231 (p. 132) :— g. 529 (11).

- St. Mary's, I. g. 981 (57, 77).

-, St. Paul's, I. g. 981 (57, 77).

Malory (Mallorye), Thos., I. g. 475 (2).

- (Malary, Malery), Sir Wm., treasurer of Berwick (15 July, 1543), I. 68, 497-8, 513 :—g. 981 (52, 58)
-, II. 11.

Malpas, Chesh., I. g. 226 (13).

Malpas
-, baron of, I. g. 100 (27)
-, II. 8. See Lisle, lord.

Malta, I. 346 (9).

Maltby
-, (Mawbye), Thos., I. 728
-, II. 231 (p 130).

Malte
-, (Maulte), John, King's tailor, I. 785
-, II. 231 (pp. 120, 123, 125, 127).

Malton, Old- (Oldemalton), Yorks., I. g. 981 (99).

-, priory (supp.), I. 436 (f. 61) :—g. 981 (99).

Maltravers
-, (Matrevers, Matravers), Henry Fitzalan, Lord, eldest son of the Earl of Arundel, Deputy of Calais, letters from, I. 21, 40, 46, 99, 112, 119, 142 177, 211, 354, 484, 524, 574, 597, 599, 770, 911
-, II. 17, 64, 125, 204, 270-1.

- -, letters to, I. 93, 358, 713, 767, 797.

-, -, signature, I. 586, 967
-, II. 249 :— g. 449 (31).

- -, other references, I. 55, 106, 113 (p. 77), 114, 126, 194, 216, 240, 256, 265, 267, 274, 295, 322, 349, 359, 361 380, 422, 431, 451, 466, 565, 641, 675, 681, 685, 687, 689, 693, 716, 727, 730 759, 780, 833 :—I. g. 100 (23, 32), 226 (29), 474 (13, 17), 802 (43), 981 (55) II. 189, 199, 462, 517 :—g. 327 (18), 449 (31).

Malvern, Little-, or Lesser-. Worc., I. g. 981 (57).

- priory (supp.), I. g. 981 (35, 56-7, 77)
-, II. g. 107 (55), 241 (27, 30).

Malvern
-, Much-, or Malvern Major. Worc., priory (supp.), I. 436 (f. 59) :—g. 100 (10), 226 (79), 346 (65), 802 (12), 981 (20 p. 530, 47, 53)
-, II, g. 449 (40).

Man, Isle of, I. 144.

Man
-, Hen., prior of Sheen, I. 436 (f. 17)
-, II. 231 (p. 122).

-, John, clk., II. g. 529 (25).

-, John, II. 546 (p. 316).

Manahustelyn. See Mynyddislwyn

Manby, Linc., I. g. 981 (110).

Manby, Laur., II. 546 (p. 305).

-, Wm., II. g. 449 (75).

Mancetter (Mauncester), Warw., II. g. 107 (55).

Manchester, Lanc., Sanctuary (Act), II. 211 (p. 109).

Manefee, John, I. g. 981 (33).

Manell, John, I. g. 226 (79 p. 131).

Maners. See Manners.

Manfelde, John, I. 436 (f. 42).

-, Thos., I. 436 (f. 17).

-, Wm., I. p. 549

Mangerston. in Liddisdale, I. 592.

Manley, Hen., II. g. 107 (51).

-, Laur., I. g. 802 (27).

Manne, John, I. p. 548.

-, Robt., I. p. 548.

Manners (Maners), Sir Richard, brother of Thomas, Earl of Rutland, I. 11, 19, 26 (3, 4), 59, 64 (p. 44), 68.

-, -, letter to, I. 26 (3).

-, -, signature of, I. 26 (4), 59.

Manning, John, I. g. 476 (4).

- (Mannynge), Owen, I. g. 226 (38).

-, Thos., suffragan of Ipswich, II. App. 1, 2, 10, 11.

-, -, letter to, II. App. 10.

Mannington, Owen, I. g. 226 (38).

Manrique, Don Alonso, II. 439.

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

Manrique de Lara, D. Juan, duke of Najera, q.v.

Mansfeld. See Maunsell.

Mansfeld or Mansfelt, count of, II. 55, 65, 321 (2), 385.

Mantell, John. I. g. 226 (38).

-, Wm., I. p. 548 :—g. 346 (37).

Manthorp and Burthorp, Linc., I. g. 981 (49).

Mantua (Mantoa), in Italy, I. 496, 615, 617, 642, 673, 688, 722, 758.

Mantua, Fredhric Gonzaga, Duke Of, II. 73, 385.

-, -, his marriage with King Ferdinand's daughter, II. 73.

Mantua, Cardinal of. See Gonzaga, Hercules.

Manweryng. See Mainwaring.

Maperleg. See Mapperley.

Maperton, Soms., I. g. 346 (5).

Mapperley (Maperleg), Notts., I. g. 226 (54).

Mara Mondremer Park, Chesh., I. g. 802 (91).

Marano
-, (Maran). on the Adriatic, captured from King Ferdinand in Jan., 1542, and held for the French, I. 29 (p. 19), 144 (p. 88), 170, 387, 622 (p. 359), 754 (4)
-, II. 163, 194, 261 (p. 151), 290, 454.

Marbeck
-, (Morbecke, Morbacke). John, of Windsor, the musician, I. 292, 299
-, II. 247 :—g. 327 (9).

-, -, pardon for. II. g. 327 (9).

Marca. See La Marck.

Marceilles. See Marseilles.

March, Earldom of. I. g. 476 (7), 623 (27).

Marchaunte. Robt., I. 436 (f. 31).

Marchemaund. See Mawndebryan.

Marcka. See Mark.

Marcle, Much- (Moche Markehill), Heref., I. g 226 (37).

Marcross, co. Glamorgan, II. g. 107 (19).

Marden (Mawreden), Heref., I. g. 226 (37).

Marden, Kent, II. 546 (p. 378).

Marden, North (Northmerdon), Suss., I. g. 226 (78 p. 131).

Marden or Mardon —, II. 546 (p. 347).

-, John, II. 546 (pp. 302, 304).

Marderby (Maderby), Yorks., I g. 226 (66).

Mardon. See Marden.

Margam or Morgan, co. Glamorgan, II. g. 107 (19, 22).

-, abbey (supp.), I. 436 (f. 50)
-, II. g. 107 (19, 22).

Margaret of Austria, Duchess Dowager Of Florence, widow of Alexander de Medici, wife of Octavio Farnese, Duke of Camerino, natural daughter of Charles V., I. 231ii, 615, 642, 673.

Margaret Queen Of Scotland (died 19 Oct., 1541). sister of Henry VIII. II. 439, 527.

Margaret of Savoy, Regent of Flanders, (A.D. 1507 to 1530), I. 611 (11).

Margaret, Lady. See Douglas.

Margregour. See Macgregor.

Marguison
-, (Mergeison, Mergison, Margeson.) now Marquise, in the Boulonnois, I. 195, 367, 562, 960
-, II. 13, 17, 84.

Marignan or Mariliano (Maryllon), marquis of, II. 73, 310, 321.

Mariliano. See Marignan.

Marillac
-, (Mayrelake), Charles de, French Ambassador (left in March, 1543), I. 3, 29, 44 (pp. 27, 29), 48-9, 63, 87 (p. 57), 91-2, 106 (p. 73), 113 (pp. 75-7), 125, 163 (pp. 97-8), 217, 250, 252, 259 (p. 148), 284, 288 (pp. 162-3), 295, 310, 322, 340, 353 (p. 207), 354, 358, 361, 381, 389, 390 (p. 228), 392, 403, 727, 754 (3)
-, II. 231 (p. 127) :—App. 4 (p. 381).

-, -, letter from. I. 48.

- -, letter to, I. 49.

- -, his cipher, I. 727.

-, -, his discourse with Maltravers, I. 354 (2).

Marinis, Moricius de, of Genoa, I. g. 623 (36).

Marischal
-, (Marshall, Merschell), Wm. Keith, earl, I. 129, 281 (pp. 158-9), 305, 318, 324 (pp. 183-4), 425 (p. 251), 482 (pp. 289-90, 292), 499, 503, 510, 827 (p. 465), 974
-, II. 14, 76, 94, 116, 188, 255, 484, 496 (2).

Mark
-, (Marque, Marcka), in Westphalia, I. 296
-, II. 142.

Markaunt, Edm., II. g. 241 (13).

-, Eliz., II. g. 241 (13).

Markby (Markeby), Linc., priory (supp.), I. 66 (36).

Markehill, Heref. See Marcle.

Markes, Nic., I. g. 802 (82).

Markesburye. See Marksbury.

Market or Markyate (Markeyate) Street, Beds., nunnery (supp.), I. p. 553 :—g. 981 (93).

Markham (Markeham), —, Cranmer's steward II. 546 (pp. 334, 356).

-, Dame Anne, wife of Sir John, I. 66 (c. 39).

-, Hen., I. 832 (pp. 467, 469 bis), 979
-, II. 13.

-, (Markeham), Sir John, I. 66 (c. 39) :— g. 226 (9), 802 (77) :—II. g. 449 (44).

- Ric., II. g. 449 (44).

Marksbury
-, (Merkesbury, Markesburye), Soms., I. 522 :—g. 623 (30)
-, II. g. 241 (11).

Markyate. See Market Street.

Markys, Joan, I. g. 802 (40).

Marlborough (Marlburgh), Wilts., I. g. 226 (80), 346 (41), 802 (19).

- Newbery Street, I. g. 802 (19).

-, Portemyll, I. g. 802 (19).

- St. Margaret's priory (supp.), I. p. 550 :—g. 802 (19).

-, St. Peter's, I. g. 226 (80).

-, White Friars (supp.), I. g. 226 (80).

Marle, sieur de, II. 321 (2).

Marler (Maylour, Maylar), Ant., printer, I. 384, 447, 456.

Marllet. Ant., secretary to the Duke of Orleans, II. 150.

Marlow, Great-, Bucks, I. g. 623 (18).

Marlow, Little-, Bucks, I. g. 623 (18).

Marlowe, John, canon of St. Stephen's, II. g. 449 (9).

Marmalade, suspected to be poisoned, I. 231 (p. 136).

Marmyon, Ant., I. g. 981 (57, 86).

Marney, Henry lord (died 1524), I. 66 (c. 48).

Maroke. See Morocco.

Marolles
-, (Marolus, Marole, Maroles, Morall, Marroyez), in Hainault, I. 742, 771, 776, 787, 798, 822 (p. 463), 862, 894, 898, 925, 931, 969
-, II. 20, 30, 291, 499.

-, letter dated at, I. 780.

Marolus. See Marolles.

Marque. See Mark.

Marquise. See Marguison.

Marquion (Marquyon), near Cambray, II. 35.

Marrane, Dennis, I. 547.

Marriage of priests, II. 546 (pp. 312, 314-15, 331).

Marriages, made in Bethlehem hospital, I. 167.

Marrick
-, (Marryke), Yorks., nunnery (supp.), I. 436 (f. 55)
-, —p. 549.

Marroyez. See Marolles.

Marsden, Lanc., I. g. 623 (79).

Marse, the. See Merse.

Marseilles
-, (Marselis, Marceilles, Marsilia), I. 29, 84, 387, 545, 615, 941
-, II. App. 15.

- letter dated at, I. 932.

Marsh. See Marshe.

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

Marshal, Earl [of Scotland]. See Marischal.

Marshall
-, John, prior quondam of Chepstow, I. 436 (f. 55)
-, II. 231 (p. 122).

- Robt., rector of Sywell, I. g. 226 (38).

-, Thos., abbot of Colchester (executed 1 Dec. 1539), I. g. 474 (5), 623 (83).

-, Wm., I. 436 (f. 18).

Marshalles, in Northweald, Essex, I. 66 (c. 38).

Marshalsea prison. See under London.

Marsham, Derb. See Measham.

Marshe, the, Kent. See Romney Marsh.

Marshe, on the Borders. See Merse.

Marshe or Marsh, —, of Barham, II. 546 (p. 314).

- (Mershe), John, I. g. 226 (38?, 474) (15)
-, II. 231 (p. 120).

Marston, Suss. See Merston.

Marston St. Laurence (Laurence Merston), Ntht., I. g. 475 (2).

Marsupini, Jacopo, I. 847.

Martha and Mary, II. 546 (p. 292).

Martin (Marten), David, II. 231 (p. 120) :—g. 107 (68).

-, Edm., II. 231 (p. 128 ter).

-, Humph., I. 436 (f. 25).

-, Mary, I 436 (f. 25).

-, (Marten), Rog., I. 832 (p. 467).

-, Thos., rector of Streatham, I. g. 226 (56).

- (Marten), Thos., I. g. 226 (66).

Martindale (Martinda), Westmld., I. g. 474 (14).

Martinsthorpe or Marunsthorpe, Rutl., I. g. 981 (56).

Martinuzzi
-, George, bp. of Waradin ("Friar George"), afterwards cardinal, I. 387, 449, 758, 782
-, II. 60.

Martock
-, Soms. I. g. 346 (37)
-, II. g. 449 (10).

-, priory (supp.), i.e. lands, there of the alien priory of St. Michael's Mount, I. g. 346 (37).

Marton, Oxon. See Merton.

Marton in Cleveland, Yorks., I. p. 552.

Marton in the Forest, Yorks., I. g. p. 558 :—g. 226 (66).

-, priory (supp.), I. p. 558 :—g. 226 (66), 981 (43)
-, II. g. 107 (27).

Marton priory, Surr. See Merton.

Maruis, John, I. g. 474 (25).

Marunsthorpe, Rutl. See Martinsthorpe.

Marvol, —, Imperial ambassador in France (Aug., 1541, to July, 1542), I. 106.

Marvyn (Mervyn), Sir Edm., justice, I. g. 100 (5, 22, 30), 226 (26-8, 84).

Marvys, John, I. g. 474 (25).

Mary, Princess, daughter of Henry VIII. and Katharine of Arragon, afterwards Queen, proposed marriage with Charles V., I. 62 (p. 40), 217.

-, -, proposed marriage with Charles duke of Orleans, I. 44 (p. 28), 91, 217
-, II. App. 4.

-, -, proposed marriage with Philip count Palatine, I. 613 (p. 355).

-, -, other references, I. 3, 44 (pp. 27, 29), 193, 288, 613 (p. 355), 740, 873 :—p. 548 :—g. 981 (103)
-, II. 39, 156, 357, 467 (p. 254), 501.

Mary of Castile
-, Infanta of Spain, daughter of Charles V., I. 601
-, II. 457.

Mary, "The French Queen" (died 1533), sister of Henry VIII., wife 1st of Louis XII. King of France, and 2nd of Charles duke of Suffolk, I. 91, 113.

Mary of Guise
-, Queen Dowager of Scotland, mother of Mary Queen of Scots, I. 7 (2), 27, 30, 35, 44 (p. 29), 57, 59, 62 (pp. 39, 40), 64, 82, 88, 93, 124, 140, 150 (p. 92), 155, 172, 186-8, 228, 238, 258, 271, 273, 305 (p. 174), 313, 323-4, 338, 343, 348, 355, 364 (p. 214), 374 (p. 220), 391 (pp. 230-1), 418 (p. 247), 425 (p. 250), 514, 528, 572 (p. 332), 652, 753, 796, 810, 817, 868, 935, 945, 949, 952, 966, 971, 973-4
-, II. 14 (p. 7), 18, 22, 28, 30, 33, 46, 49, 51, 58, 181, 188, 198, 202, 213-14, 235, 238, 244, 256, 269, 275, 281-2, 288, 299, 302, 314, 323, 326, 343, 357, 364, 416, 435, 441, 476, 481-2, 491, 536-7.

-, -, letter from, II. 416.

-, -, letters to, I. 30, 343
-, II. 326, 536-7.

-, -, suggested marriage with Henry VIII., I. 44 (p. 29).

-, -, to marry Lennox, I. 140, 313.

-, -, a French servant of, I. 238, 258, 271, 313, 348, 418 (p. 247).

Mary
-, Queen Dowager of Hungary, Regent of Flanders, sister of Charles V., letters from, I. 196, 201-2, 282, 296-7, 331, 385, 487, 511, 525, 582, 604, 657, 718, 736, 789, 862, 925
-, II. 168, 182.

-, -, letters to, I. 3, 45, 54, 87, 150, 176, 259-60, 288, 310, 353, 390, 416, 492, 520, 531, 566, 570, 613, 632, 685, 710, 759, 763, 778, 816, 820-1, 858, 866, 879, 956, 973
-, II. 41, 80, 89, 101, 109, 117, 130, 158, 199, 225, 245, 248, 311, 322, 334-7, 341-2, 419, 432, 489, 528 :— App. 4.

- -, other references, I. 44 (pp. 26, 30-1), 62 (p. 40), 69, 163 (p. 98), 170-1, 193-4, 203, 247, 266, 274, 335, 340, 357, 397 (pp. 233-5), 406, 459, 473, 491, 512, 519, 534, 544, 559-60, 563, 570, 574, 588-9, 593, 600, 606, 608, 612, 626, 629, 631, 647, 655-8, 669, 675, 681, 684, 690, 704, 716, 722-3, 731, 735, 738, 742, 744, 756-7, 762, 771, 773, 776, 794, 798, 822, 829, 853, 863, 871, 878, 882, 898, 926, 931, 946, 969, 979 :—g. 623 (9)
-, II. 7, 20 (pp. 9, 10), 35, 55-6, 65, 84, 86, 96-7, 102, 113-14, 129, 134 (pp. 73-4), 140, 142, 167, 177, 187, 189, 210, 216 (2), 224, 230, 246, 254, 259, 266, 273, 294, 320, 321 (2), 331, 355, 380, 384, 389, 402-3, 405, 418-20, 457, 467 (2), 501, 525 (p. 277) :—g. 107 (6).

-, Ambassadors with :—

English, I. 259 (pp. 146-78), 288, 296, 390, 473, 525, 534, 382, 604, 613 (pp. 354-5), 655 (p. 381), 657 (2), 675, 723, 736-7, 759, 763, 789, 816, 820, 862-3, 879. See also Seymour, Sir T.
-, Wotton, N.
-, Layton, R.

Mary Queen of Scots
-, daughter of James V. and Mary of Guise, born 8 Dec., 1542 ("the Daughter" of Scotland. Henry VIII.'s "pronepte"), I. 3, 4, 7 (1, 2), 12, 13, 16, 19, 22 (1-4), 23, 25, 27, 37, 44 (pp. 29, 31), 56-7, 62 (pp. 38-40), 64 (p. 43), 82, 87 (p. 57), 96, 98, 105, 110, 124, 132, 139-40, 152, 155, 170, 172, 180, 189, 205, 220, 228, 238, 258, 264, 271, 273, 281 (pp. 159-60), 285-6, 291, 303, 305 (1, 2), 308, 313, 316, 323-4, 338, 348, 355, 364, 366, 374, 378, 390 (p. 228), 391 (pp. 230-1), 395 (p. 233), 400, 402 (p. 237), 410, 418, 423-4, 425 (pp. 250-1), 427, 435, 448 (p. 268), 453, 455 (p. 271), 458, 465, 479 (1, 2), 482, 499, 501-2, 510 (p. 303), 514, 528, 542, 566, 572, 577, 638, 652, 664, 670-1, 682, 702, 707, 719, 753, 796, 804 (2), 810, 827, 834-6, 844, 850, 865, 868, 878, 880, 897, 905, 930, 935, 938, 943-5, 949-52, 966, 970-1, 974, 978
-, II. 9, 14 (p. 7), 15, 21-2, 28, 33, 46, 49, 51-2, 58, 68, 70, 76, 79 (pp. 39, 40), 100, 111 (p. 63), 116, 131, 138-9, 169, 181, 188, 198, 202, 235 (pp. 134-5), 244, 255-6, 269, 282, 313-14, 323, 326, 328-9, 331 (p. 188), 343, 349, 363-4, 368-9, 370, 398, 416, 429, 452, 468, 474, 484, 486-7, 499, 506, 523, 539.

-, -, letters from, I. 205, 423-4, 453, 499, 682, 970
-, II. 52, 368-9, 506.

-, -, commission by, II. 398.

-, -, grant by, II. 329.

-, -, suggested marriage with second sons of France, Denmark or England, I. 12.

-, - to marry Argyle's son, II. 58

- -, to marry Arran's son. See under Arran, James earl of.

- - coronation of, II. 131, 138-9, 174, 181.

- - four keepers or governors of I. 3, 63, 273, 285, 577, 804 (2), 944, 951, 966, 971, 978
-, II. 21-2, 28, 116, 198, 235 (p. 134), 255, 269, 282, 314.

-, -, keepers of (nominated), I. 281 (p. 159), 671.

Marybon. See Marylebone.

Marylebone
-, (Marybon) park, Midd., I. 436 (f. 67)
-, II. 231 (p. 121).

Maryllon. See Marignano.

Martyn, Devon, I. g. 346 (5).

Mascall, John, II. 231 (p. 119).

-, Nic., I. g. 226 (24).

Masconnois. See Mâcon.

Mase, the. See Meuse.

Masetrichte. See Maastricht.

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

Mason
-, (Masson), John, acting clerk (secretary) of the Council, French Secretary, clerk of the Council (23 April. 1543). I. 48, 87 (pp. 56-7), 115, 175, 259 (p. 148), 450, 583, 594, 754 (3), 772, 956 :—I. g. 623 (65)
-, II. 185.

- -, handwriting of, I. 389, 754 (3)
-, II. 185, 395, 541.

Mason, —, I. 123. Qu. the Master Mason, Rogers?

-, John, I. g. 226 (79).

-, Robt., I. p. 550.

-, Steph., II. g. 529 (10, 21).

Massaye, Thos., I. p. 549.

Massey, John, I. 436 (f. 6).

Masson. See Mason.

Massuel. See Maxwell.

Massy, John, clk., I. 539.

Master, John, II. 546 (p. 299).

-, Ric., parson of Aldington, II. 546 (pp. 301, 317).

- Robt., II. 231 (p. 123).

Mastricke. See Maastricht.

Matfen (Mattisfen West), Nthld., I. g. 981 (28).

Mathewe, Hugh, I. 436 (f. 23).

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

Mathfeld, Staff. See Mayfield.

Matland or Matlande. See Maitland.

Matleye, Thos., I. 436 (f. 77).

Matravers. See Maltravers.

Matson (Matston), Glouc., II. g. 449 (56).

Mattisfen West. See Matfen.

Matyn, Thos., I. g. 981 (46).

Maubeuge (Maulbeuge), in Hainault, I. 742, 771, 798, 898.

Maughan. See St. Maughan.

Maulbeuge. See Maubeuge.

Maulte. See Malte.

Mauncester, Warw. See Mancetter.

Maundfeld. Thos., I. g. 981 (78).

- Wm., I. g. 981 (78).

Maunday, the King's, I. 275.

Maunsell (Manxell), Ant., II. g. 107 (22).

- (Manxell), Edw., II. g. 107 (22).

- (Manxell), Hugh, II. g. 107 (22).

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

- (Manxell), Philip, II. g. 107 (22).

- (Manxell), Maunsfeld, Mawnsfelde, Mansfeld). Sir Rice, vice-admiral, I. 701, 711-12, 740, 849, 867 :—g. 226 (28)
-, II. 231 (pp. 119-20), 543 :— g. 107 (19, 22).

-, -, letter from. I. 849.

-, -, instructions for, I. 712.

-, -, Cecilia his wife. II. g. 107 (22).

- (Maunsfelde), Wm., I. g. 346 (57).

Maunsfelde, Wm. See Maunsell.

Maurice of Saxony, Duke, afterwards (1548) Elector, I. 916.

Mautby (Mautebye), Norf., I. 66 (c. 47) Mavgh'n. See St. Maughan.

Mawbye. See Maltby.

Mawchane, Adam, a Scot, II. 52.

Mawde, John, I. g. 346 (17).

Mawdley, John, I. g. 100 (32).

Mawghan. See Machen.

Mawndebryan or Marchemaund, Heref., I. g. 474 (9).

Mawnsfelde. See Maunsell.

Mawreden, Heref. See Marden.

Mawseworthy or Nawseworthye, John, II. g. 107 (13, 21).

Maxeye or Maxe
-, Geo., I. 149, 436 (f. 77-80, 82-3)
-, II. 231 (pp. 128-9, 131).

Maximilian, Emperor (A.D. 1493 to 1519). II. 216.

Maxwell
-, (Massuel. Machvell), Robert Lord, Scottish warden of the West Marches, admiral of Scotland, Scottish prisoner, I. 2 (1, 2), 22 (pp. 10, 11), 37 (2), 38, 44 (p. 28), 60-1, 88, 104-5, 124, 129, 140, 146, 155, 186, 198, 220, 227-9, 238, 258, 270-1, 278, 281 (pp. 158-9), 302, 305, 324 (p. 184), 334, 355, 366, 374, 378, 391 (p. 231), 395 (p. 233), 402, 418 (p. 247), 419, 425 (pp. 249, 251), 436 (f. 87), 448, 455 (p. 271), 458, 479, 481-3, 510, 535, 572 (p. 332), 581, 614, 700, 775, 805, 814, 817, 834, 835 (2), 838, 843, 844 (2), 850, 905, 914, 923, 930, 938, 944, 950-1, 966, 971, 974, 978
-, II. 2, 9, 14, 22 (p. 12), 48, 51, 68, 72, 94, 97, 147, 153, 159, 173-4, 181, 185, 188, 197, 202 (p. 105), 213 (p. 112), 220, 231 (p. 126), 234, 235 (p. 134), 236 (3), 255, 275 (pp. 156-7), 302, 323, 328, 340, 343, 349, 353, 358, 361, 364, 370, 378, 393, 422, 450, 461 (p. 251), 521, 527.

-, -, letters to, II. 48, 153.

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

-, -, his castles, I. 966 (p. 519).

-, -, his daughter marries Angus, I 105, 238, 366, 391 (p. 231).

-, -, his second son I. 220.

-, -, his wife, II. 328.

Maxwell
-, Robert, eldest son of Lord Maxwell, I. 61, 198, 220, 228, 366 (p. 216), 419, 455 (p. 271), 481, 482 (p. 293), 834, 905, 914, 950, 974
-, II. 220, 234, 318, 339-40, 349, 361, 394, 408, (p. 219), 422, 461 (p. 251), 483, 496 (2), 502, 519.

- - letter to. II. 340.

Maxwell
-, Henry, brother of Lord Maxwell. Scottish prisoner, I. 2 (1, 2), 61, 436 (f. 87), 805
-, II. 231 (p. 126).

Maxwells, the Scottish family, II. 461.

Maxye. John, I. g. 623 (57).

May (Maye). Island of, in the Firth of Forth, I. 897, 905, 935.

May, Ant., II. 546 (p. 303).

- (Mey), George, II. 546 (pp. 334, 345-6, 357, 365-6).

- (Maye), Ric., I. 66 (33).

- (Maye), Thos., I. 66 (33).

- (Maye), Wm., I. 66 (33).

Maydeman, Hen., I. p. 549.

Maydencote, Berks. See Maiden Court.

Maydeston, Kent. See Maidstone.

Maye. See May.

Mayence. See Mentz.

Mayer, John, I. 436 (f. 23).

- (Major), Wm., prior of St. Mary Spitell, London, I. 436 (f. 1)
-, II. 231 (p. 122).

Mayfield (Mathfeld), Staff, and Derb., I. g. 346 (65).

Mayfield (Mathfeld), Church-, Staff, and Derb., I. g. 346 (65).

Mayfield (Mathfeld), Over-, Staff. and Derb., I. g. 346 (65).

Maylar or Maylour. See Marler.

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

Maynard, John, II. 231 (p. 119).

-, Thos., II. 231 (p. 121).

Maynooth (Maynothe), in Ireland, letter dated at, I. 373.

Mayoo, Ric., I. g. 475 (4).

Mayrelake. See Marillac.

Maystrycht. See Maastricht.

Mazuello, Ant., I. 947.

Measden (Mysendon. Meseden), Herts and Essex, II. g. 327 (11).

Measham (Marsham), Derb., I. g. 100 (10), 802 (12).

Meath, Edward Staples, bp. of, one of the Council of Ireland, signature of. I. 541, 550-3, 636 (5), 721.

Meaton Magna, Salop. I. g. 981 (53).

Meaton Parva, Salop. I. g. 981 (53).

Meaux
-, (Melsa, Meux. Muse) abbey (supp.). in Holderness, I. 436 (f. 56) :—p. 545, 552, 553-4
-, II. 231 (p. 124).

Mechlin
-, (Makkelen, Makelen, Mechelyn (or Malines, in the Low Countries, I. 144, 524, 564, 969
-, II. 56, 86.

Mecklenburg (Mekelbarth), Henry duke of I. 781.

Mecklenburg (Mekelbroch), Magnus Duke of, son of the preceding, II. 152.

Medbourne, Leic., I. g. 226 (7).

Medeham, Suss. (Medehone in Vol. XVII.), II. 231 (p. 123).

Medenblick (Meinblyke, Meemblic, Meidenblyke), in Holland, II. 246, 402, 500.

- the dykegrave of, II. 402.

Medgeham. See Midgham.

Medici
-, Cosmo De, Duke of Florence, I. 615, 688, 724, 738, 858, 891, 941
-, II. 60, 163.

Mediterranean Sea the, II. 268.

Medowes, Mr., chaplain to Bishop Gardiner, II. 546 (p. 298).

Meemblic, in Holland. See Medenblick.

Meerssen (Mersen), near Maastricht, I. 898.

Megander, Master, his wife, II. 390.

Meidenblyke. See Medenblick.

Meinblyke. See Medenblick.

Mekelbarth or Mekelbroch. See Mecklenburg.

Melancthon
-, Philip, letters from, I. 517, 529, 590
-, II. 200-1, 356.

-, - other references, I. 653.

Melbourne (Meldebourne), Camb., I. g. 327 (19).

Melchburn (Melcheborne), Beds., I. p. 547.

-, preceptory (supp.), of St. John, I. p. 547.

Melcombe Regis (Melcome), Dors., I. 547.

- letter dated at, I. 620.

-, Black Friars (supp.), II. g. 241 (31).

Meldebourne, Camb. See Melbourne.

Meldibourg. See Middelburg.

Meldreth (Melrethe), Camb., II. g. 327 (19).

Meldrum, Sir George, laird of Fyvie, q.v.

Meles, Lanc. See Meols.

Melfi, Prince of. See Doria, A.

Melfi (Melphi), Prince of, a Neapolitan, refugee in France, II. 194.

Mellache. See Lamlash.

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

Mellowe, Nich., I. p. 553.

Mells (Melles), Soms., I. g. 981 (40).

Melphi. See Melfi.

Melrethe. See Meldreth.

Melrose (Moorehouse, Meures), in Scotland, II. 319, 324.

-, abbey, I. 12.

Melsa. See Meaux.

Melton Bulwark. See Milton, near Gravesend Melton, High- (Highmelton), Yorks., I. g. 100 (33).

Melton, Wm., alias Wormewell, King's chaplain, I. p. 547.

-, Wm., I. 436 (f. 14).

Melun, in France, I. 217 (p. 118).

Melvill, James, priest, beneficed at Rome, II. 330.

Melynok, Monm., II. g. 449 (7).

Mendham. Suff., I. g. 474 (5), 802 (11).

Mendoza (Mendosa), —, French Ambassador in Cleves, II. 140.

-, Don Bernardin de, I. 724.

-, Francesco de, bp. of Jaen (died at Spires, 1543), I. 545.

Menefye, Eliz., II. 231 (p. 119).

-, John, II. 231 (p. 119).

Menteith (Menteht, Munteyth), Wm. Graham, earl of, I. g. 305 (2), 945.

- -, signature, I. 945.

Menteith (Mounteth), John, I. 61.

- (Mounteth), William, laird of Kerse (Carsy, Carsse), Scottish prisoner, I. 2 (1, 2), 22, 61, 436 (f. 87), 805, 844 (2)
-, II. 231 (p. 126).

Mentz or Mayence (Maguntia), II. 54, 73, 126, 224.

Mentz or Mayence
-, (Maguntia). Albirt of Brandenburg Abp. of, Elector and Cardinal. I. 77, 519 (2), 563, 916
-, II. 25, 73.

Menvell, Ninian, prisoner to Scotland, I. 464.

Menzies (Mynyous), John, a Scot, II. 339.

-, Thos. of Petfodellis, comptroller of Scotland, II. 76.

Meols (Meles) or North Meols. Lanc., I. g. 100 (18).

Meotas. See Mewtas.

Mercer, Ric., I. g. 623 (63).

Merchant Adventurers, the, I. 655, 668, 680-1, 685, 699, 710, 722 (p. 409), 731, 735, 773. See also under Antwerp, English merchants at.

Merell, John, I. p. 557.

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

Merevale
-, (Meryvall, Merevall), Warw. and Leic., abbey (supp.), I. 436 (f. 58)
-, II. 231 (p. 123).

Mereworth, Kent, I. g. 623 (7).

Mergeison. See Marguison.

Mering, Fras., I. g. 226 (48).

Merionethshire, I. g. 802 (7, 76).

Merkeady, Jas., I. p. 558.

Merker, Eleanor, II. g. 107 (50).

-, Henry. II. g. 107 (50).

-, Thos., II. g. 107 (50).

Merkesbury. See Marksbury.

Merle, in France, II. 218.

Merschell. Earl. See Marischal.

Merse
-, (Mershe, Marse, Marce, Marshe), the, in Scotland, district on the East Borders, I. 4, 23, 141, 592 (p. 344), 903-4
-, II. 131, 208, 236 (4), 295, 297-8, 308, 359, 444, 451, 473, 487, 496 (1, 2), 510, 523, 540.

-, list of towns, II. 309.

Mersen. See Meerssen.

Mershe
-, See Marsh
-, also Merse.

Merston, Ntht. See Marston.

Merston (Marston), Suss., I. g. 981 (69).

Mertock. See Martock.

Merton (Marton), Oxon, I. g. 346 (38).

Merton (Marton), Surr., priory (supp.), I. pp. 546, 653, 556-7 :—g. 100 (18) 981 (56, 98).

Mervilliers. See Morvilliers.

Mervyn. See Marvyn.

Mery, Wm., I. g. 346 (66).

Meryfelde, Hants, II. g. 107 (26).

Meryng, John, I. g. 802 (77), 981 (76).

Meryreckeston, Heref., II. g. 449 (7).

Meryt, Agnes, I. 436 (f. 9).

Meryvall. See Merevale.

Meryweder, Joan, II. 546 (p. 300).

Meseden, Herts. See Measdon.

Mesneige or Mesnaige, Jacques, sieur de Cagny, of the Parliament of Rouen, envoy to Scotland, II. 275, 288, 299, 314, 481, 498-9.

Messing
-, Essex, I. 832 (p. 467) :—g. 100 (10)
-, II. g. 449 (63).

Metcalff. Chr., of Nappay, I. 175.

- Stephen, trumpeter, I. 765 (p. 431)
-, II. 382.

Metfield (Metfeld), Suff., I. g. 802 (11).

Methven
-, Henry Stewart. lord. I. 281 (pp. 158, 160), 338, 671
-, II. 76.

Metz
-, in Lorraine, I. 163 (p. 98), 519
-, II. 251, 415.

Meudon (Midon, Modone), in Franec, I. 106.

Meures. See Melrose.

Meuse
-, (Meuze. Mase), the river, I. 487 (p. 296), 608 822 (p. 463), 853, 969
-, II. 20.

Mevenyth or Mevenneth, co. Cardigan, commote of. I. p. 551 :—g. 346 (30).

Meverell, Mr., II. 67.

- Arthur, prior of Tutbury, I. 436 (f. 31).

-, Hen., I. p. 549.

Mewtas
-, (Mewtes, Mewtiez. Meotas), Peter, I. 630, 786, 832 (pp. 468-9)
-, II. 426.

Mey. See May.

Mezieres
-, (Mesieres), in Champagne, I. 931
-, II. 320.

Michaeli, Bonaventura, I. 887.

- (Michael, Micheli, Michelli), Jheronimo, I. 18, 208, 887 :—g. 476 (19).

- (Michaell), Thos., an Italian, I. 452.

- (Micheli), Vincent, a Venetian, I. g. 476 (19).

Michaelmarsh (Muchelmarshe, Mychelmers), Hants, I. g. 623 (91).

Michelham (Mochelham) alias Michelham Parkgate alias Michelham Downeashe, near Hailsham, Suss., I. g. 802 (54).

- priory (supp.), I. 436 (f. 54).

Micheli. See Michaeli.

Michell. Hen., letter from, I. 620.

-, Ric., I g. 474 (36).

-, Thos., I. g. 474 (36).

Michelli. See Michaeli.

Michelson (Mychshelson, Mycshelson), —, of Ord, I. 32.

Middelburg
-, (Meldibourg), in Zealand, I. 778
-, II. 430.

Middelburgh, Yorks. See Middlesborough.

Middlecot (Myddelcote), Devon, I. g. 346 (37).

Middleham, Yorks. I. 537 :—g. 981 (65-6).

Middlemarsh, Dors., II. g. 107 (70).

Middlemores (Mydlemors), the Northumberland family, I. 153.

Middlesborough (Middelburgh), Yorks., cell of Whitby abbey in, I. p. 553.

Middlesex, I. 832 (pp. 467-9), 856 :—g. 226 (49).

-, commission of peace, I, g. 100 (21).

-, escheator of, II. g. 449 (59).

Middleton, Nthld., II. 538.

Middleton, Yorks., II. g. 107 (23).

Middleton (Middelton), Westmld., I. g. 981 (26, 34).

Middleton Cheyney (Myddleton Chenduyte Ntht., I g. 226 (79 pp. 130-1).

Middleton Hall, Nthld., II. 538.

Middelton, —, printer, I. 384, 447, 456.

-, —, II. 453.

- (Mydleton), Miles, yeoman of the Guard and ship captain, II. 8.

- (Midleton), Peter, I. 237, 432.

Middlewich (Mydelwyche), Chesh., I. g. 981 (38, 53).

Midgehope (Mydshopp), in Scotland, II. 209.

Midgham (Mygeham, Medgeham), Berks., I. g 981 (20, 67).

Midleigh, Lanc., II. g. 107 (40).

Midleton. See Middleton.

Midon. See Meudon.

Mighell, John, II. 69n.

Milan
-, Duchy of, I. 150 (p. 92), 231 (p. 136), 233, 496, 601, 673, 688, 724, 738, 818
-, II. 457, 467 (p. 254), 679.

-, governor. See Guasto, marquis of.

Milan
-, (Myllayn, Millan), town of, I. 505, 688 739
-, II. 73, 210.

-, letters dated at, I. 505, 739
-, II. 61.

-, castle, I. 505, 739
-, II. 73 (p. 37).

- castellan of, I. 739.

Milan, Abp. of. See Este, I. De.

Milan, Duchfss of. See Christina.

Milbourne Port, Dors. and Soms., I. g. 981 (46).

Milbourne St. Andrew, Dors., I. g. 981 (5).

Milbourne, Jane, I. g. 226 (75), 623 (101).

-, Sir John, dec., I. g. 226 (75), 623 (101).

Milburye, Ric., I. g. 346 (37).

Milcombe, Oxon, I. g. 802 (10), 981 (81).

Mildemaye Thos.
-, I. p. 558 :—g. 981 (75)
-, II. 231 (p. 119).

-, Walter, I. g. 623 (58).

-, Wm., I. g. 981 (75).

Mileham, Norf., II. g. 107 (8, 46).

Miles (Mile), Henry, II. g. 449 (7).

-, Thos., I. 436 (f. 68
-, II. 231 (pp. 121, 125).

Milford, Hants, I. p. 556.

Milford (Myldeforde) Haven, co. Pembroke, I. 478, 513, 568.

Milk (Mylke), water of, II. 236 (3), 237 (2).

Millan. See Milan.

Millaner, Christopher, I. 739.

-, John Ambrosio, I. 739.

Mille
-, (Mill, Myll) or Milles, John, of Southampton, I. 169, 179, 181, 301, 436 (ff. 84, 88), 466, 906
-, II. 231 (pp. 128 bis, 130 bis.

Milles (Mylles), —, I. 808.

-, —, servant to J. Culpeper, II. 546 (p. 318).

-, Hen., I. g. 623 (90).

- (Millis), John, alias Warham, prb. of Canterbury, II. 546 (pp. 294-5, 298, 301, 306, 313, 317, 322-3, 330, 336-7, 341-2, 346, 348-9, 355, 364-7, 369, 371-6, 378).

- -, letters from, II. 546 (pp. 313, 364, 367, 371, 373, 378).

- - interrogatories for, II. 546 (p. 373).

- -, answers of, II. 546 (pp. 365-6, 372).

- John, I. g. 623 (90). See also Mille.

-, John, priest, II. 546 (p. 314).

- (Myllis), Lucy, I. 407.

- Wm., I. 407.

Millett, Edw., II. 231 (p. 119).

-, John, I. 436 (f. 4).

Millewarde. See Milwarde.

Mills. See Milles.

Mill stones, II. 540.

Milnebeck under Skiddaw, Cumb., II. 231 (p. 119).

Milner, Wm., I. 436 (f. 23) :—p. 548.

Milton, co. Glamorgan, I. g. 981 (20 p. 530, 77).

Milton, Kent, I. p. 555.

Milton (Miltun), Oxon, I. g. 802 (10), 981 (81).

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

Milton Abbas
-, (Myddelton), Dors., abbey (supp.), I. g. 981 (46)
-, II. g. 241 (31).

Milton beside Canterbury, II. 546 (pp. 297, 303).

-, parson of. See Bynge, T.

Milton (Melton), near Gravesend, Kent, II. 231 (p. 121).

Milwarde
-, Eliz., I. 436 (f. 27)
-, II. 231 (p. 122).

-, Ric., I. g. 100 (30).

- (Milleward), Wm., I. g. 981 (107)
-, II. 231 (p. 120) :—g. 529 (17).

Minchingbarowe monastery, I. p. 554.

Mindram, Nthld., II. 538 (p. 285).

Minehead (Mynyhed), Soms., I. 547.

Minety (Myntye), Glouc., I. g. 981 (56, 98).

Minorca, in the Mediterranean, I. 545.

Minsterley, John, I. p. 555.

Minster Lovell, Oxon, I. g. 981 (7).

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

Minsthorpe (Mennysthorpe), Yorks, II. g. 449? (47).

Mirandula or Mirandola, in Italy, II. 194.

Mirandula (Mirandola), Count of, I. 462, 495.

Mirepoix, in France, bpric of, I. 479n.

Mis, Margrave of, I. 916.

Missenden, Bucks, abbey (supp.), II. g. 529 (10).

Mitchell, Jas., II. 530.

Mitton, Yorks. and Lanc. II. g. 327 (19), 449 (16).

Mitton, Mr., one of the Commissioners in the Marches of Wales, I 537.

-, Adam, I. g. 100 (22), 226 (27).

-, Ric., sheriff of Salop (1543-4), I. g. 226 (27)
-, II. g. 327 (19), 449 (79).

-, Wm., I. g. 981 (53).

Mixbury, Oxon, I. 703.

Mochelham. See Michelham.

Mochelney. See Muchelney.

Mocheny or Mushone or Schey, of the French King's chamber, I. 265, 274, 345.

Mocke, Agnes, II. g. 449 (64).

-, Joan, II. g. 449 (64).

-, John, II. g. 449 (64).

Moddeney. See Modeney.

Modeney (Moddeney), priory (supp.), in Hilgay parish, Norf., cell to Ramsey, II. g. 449 (4).

Modica, Count of, Admiral of Castile, I. 231 (p. 136).

-, - his father (died 1542), I. 231 (136).

Modone. See Meudon.

Modye, Edm., II. 231 (p. 121).

- Edw., I g. 226 (79 p. 131).

-, Joan, I. g. 226 (79 p. 131), 981 (77).

-, John, I. g. 475 (2ii), 981 (77).

- (Moodye), Ric., I. g. 226 (90), 623 (10), 981 (15, 21 p. 531)
-, II. 231 (pp. 119-20, 124)

-, Wm., I. g. 226 (79 p. 131).

Moffat (Moffet), in Scotland, II. 237 (2i., ii).

Moffet, —. II. 437 (p. 232).

Moile. See Moyle.

Moldash (Molishe), Kent, curate of, II. 546 (p. 303).

Molde, John, vicar of Bredwardine, I. p. 554.

Molembais (Moulenbois), sieur de, I. 722 (p. 409).

Molesby, Yorks. See Molsby.

Molfete, Prince of (i.e., Don Ferrante de Gonzaga, q.v.), II. 467.

Molino del Rey (Molin de Rey, Molendinum Regium), in Spain, I. 171, 339, 383, 406.

Molishe. See Moldash.

Molle, John, I. g. 226 (89).

Molsby alias Molesby, Yorks., I. g. 226 (66).

-, nunnery (supp.), I. g. 226 (66).

Molton
-, North- (Normulton), Devon, I p. 545
-, II. g. 107 (20), 449 (48).

Molton, South. See South Molton.

Moluke. See Montluc.

Molyneux, Edm., King's serjeant-at-law, I. g. 100 (5, 30), 226 (9, 48).

Molyns, Wm., I. 832 (p. 467).

Monaco (Monacho), I. 520ii, 615.

Monasteries, I. 66 (2).

-, suppression of the, I. 539.

Monaster Ogormaghan ("abbey called De Via Nova"), in Galway, I. 634 :—g. 981 (1).

Moncketon. See Monkton.

Monçon (Montson, Montzon), in Spain, I. 266, 723 (2).

Moncrethe. See Moncreiffe.

Moncreiffe
-, (Munkrethe, Moncrethe. Monkereth, Monkreth), near Perth, the laird of, Scottish prisoner, I. 2 (1, 2), 61, 436 (f. 87), 805
-, II. 231 (p. 126).

Moncreiffe (Monkreth), Wm., eldest son of the laird, I. 61.

Monden. Herts. See Munden.

Mondon, Essex. See Mundon.

Mondovi, in Piedmont, II. 338, 376, 454.

Moneux. See Monoux.

Mongeham (Mongeam), Great-, Kent. II. 546 (p. 307).

-, curate of, II. 546 (p. 307).

Mongeham (Mongeam), North-, Kent, II. 546 (p. 299).

Mongumbrye, lord. See Montgomery.

Monjeam, Wm., ? g. 346 (66).

Monjoye (Mon Joye). in Juliers, II. 126.

Monk Bretton
-, Yorks, priory (supp.), I. g. 981 (9)
-, II. g. 107 (8, 45, 57).

Monkereth. See Moncreiffe.

Monkes. See Mons.

Monkreth. See Moncreiffe.

Monk Sohame. See Soham.

Monkton (Moncketon). II. 226.

Monkton Farley
-, (Farleigh, Farleigh Mona chorum). Wilts, priory (supp.), I. g. 981 (20 p. 530)
-, II. g. 449 (1), 529 (11).

Monkton (Monketon), West-, Soms., I. g. 226 (68).

Monkyn or Monken manor, Bucks, I. g. 623 (18).

Monmouth castle, I. g. 100 (30).

- priory (supp.), I. 436 (f. 60).

Monmouthshire, commission of peace, I. g. 226 (27).

Monnington (Monyngton), Marg., I. 436 (f. 10).

- (Monyngton), Thos., I. g. 226 (84).

Monoux
-, (Moneux), George, alderman of London, I. 830
-, II. 231 (p. 123).

Monrosse. See Montrose.

Mons
-, (Monkes), in Hainault, I. 898
-, II. 230, 292-3, 402.

-, letter dated at, I. 776.

Monsert. See Montserrat.

Monson (Mounson), Wm., I. g. 623 (4, 13), 981 (76).

Monstrel or Monstroeul. See Montreuil.

Mont
-, Chr., a German in Henry VIII.'s service, letters from, I. 77, 203, 243, 398, 519, 790, 916
-, II. 25, 252, 415.

Montacute (Mountague), Soms., I. g. 981 (89).

- priory (supp.), I. 436 (f. 60) :—p. 546 :—g. 981 (89).

Montague, Henry Pole Lord (executed in 1538), brother of Cardinal Pole, I. 67 (5, 6), 572 (p. 333).

-, - lands of, I. g. 226 (42).

Montague
-, (Mountague, Montacut). Sir Edward, chief justice of King's Bench, I. 436 (ff. 42, 54, 67), 578, 618 :—g. 100 (28, 30), 226 (8, 85)
-, II. 231 (p. 122).

Montague (Mountagewe), Thos., I. g. 346 (27)

Montdidier (Montdedier), in France, I. 259 (p. 147).

Monteith. See Menteith.

Mont Falconet, Philibert Balma baron of, prefect of the Emperor's household, I. 383 (4).

Montferrate, marquisate of, II. 73.

Montfort (Montford), in Gueldres, II. 140.

Montgomeryshire, escheator of, II. g. 449 (59).

Montgomery (Mongumbrye, Moungomerye), lord, II. 181, 361.

Montjoye, in Juliers, II. 86.

Montjoye. See Mountjoy.

Montluc (Moluke), Jean de, French ambassador at Venice, II. 194.

Montmorency
-, Anne De, Constable of France, I. 574, 599
-, II. 242.

Montmorency, Ph. De, Sieur De Courrifres, q.v.

Montorgueil (Mountergile) castle, in Jersey, II. 62.

Montrell or Montrill. See Montreuil.

Montreuil
-, (Monstroeul, Mustrell, Mounstrell, Muttrell, Moultrull, Moterll, Montrell. Montrill, Monstrel), in Picardy. I. 9 29 (p. 19), 51, 144 (p. 88), 193, 211, 250, 262, 265, 279, 295, 298, 310, 353, 524, 574, 587, 600, 613 p. 355), 619, 625-6, 632, 641, 647, 699, 710, 716, 718, 727, 736, 742, 754 (3), 763, 789, 793, 798, 822, 877, 882, 925, 946 (2), 960, 979
-, II. 167, 187, 216, 544.

Montrose
-, (Monrosse), in Scotland, I. 844
-, II. 85, 133, 276.

Montrose
-, Wm. Graham earl of, I. 281 (p. 159), 664, 827 (p. 465), 944, 950 (lord "Gryme"), 951 ("Mountrosse," "lord Graym")
-, II. 14, 22, 51, 213, 452, 476, 484, 491.

Montserrat (Monsert) monastery, near Barcelona, I. 265.

Montson or Montzon. See Monçon.

Monymusk monastery, in Scotland, I. 504.

Monynges (Mounynges), Edw., I. 231 (p. 120).

Monyngton. See Monnington.

Moodye. See Modye.

Moore. See More.

Moorehouse. See Melrose.

Moor Grange, Yorks., I. p. 553.

Moorlinch (Murylinche, Murilinche, Myrlynche), Soms., I. g. 226 (77), 474 (36), 623 (78).

Moor Park or the More near Rickmansworth, Herts, II. 63 (p. 31). 85.

-, letters dated at, II. 62 (2), 66.

-, grants dated at, II. g. 107 (42-4, 51-3, 61, 63, 65-9), 241 (1-3, 5, 9, 34), 449 (36, 52).

- treaty of (30 Aug., 1525), I. 91 (p. 60), 113.

Moors (Mores), the, I. 106 (p. 73).

Morall. See Marolles.

Morasse, Martin, I. g. 226 (80).

Moraunte, Wm., I. 436 (f. 48).

Moravia and the Moraves, II. 113.

Moravien, Pa. See Murray, bp. of.

Morbacke or Morbecke. See Marbeck.

Morbotle. See Morebattle.

Morden, Guilden- (Gylden Moredon), Camb., II. g. 327 (19).

Morden, Steeple- (Steple Moredon), Camb., II. g. 327 (19).

Mordaunt, John Lord, I. g. 226 (8).

Mordaunte, Edm., II. 231 (p. 121).

-, Sir John, I. 832 (p. 468) :—g. 474 (4), 623 (6)

-, Robt., I. 832 (p. 467) :—g. 100 (23).

More, the. See Moor Park.

More manor alias More Barnes. Camb., II. g. 327 (5).

More, earl of. See Murray.

More, Sir Thomas, (executed in 1535), I. g. 623 (83).

More (Moore), Mr., of Lydd. II. 546 (p. 301).

- Ant., I. g. 981 (30).

- Chr., signature of, I. g. 476 (23), 623 (47, 97), 802 (20)
-, II. g. 449 (42, 70).

-, Sir Chr., I. 832 (p. 467) :—p. 547.

- Edw., I. 856.

- Hen., abbot of Tower Hill, I. 436 (f. 28) : II. 231 (p. 122).

-, Jas., I. p. 553.

- (Moore), John, a Scottish surgeon, II. 281, 318, 408 (p. 219).

- (Moore). John, I. 401 :—p. 556 :—g. 226 (39), 346 (37), 802 (26)
-, II. 546 (pp. 297-8).

-, Robt., I. g. 802 (91).

- (Moore), Roger, I. g 100 (21), 346 (65)
-, II. 231 (p. 119), 530.

-, Thos., I. g. 226 (39).

-, Wm., (Wm. a Moore), I. g. 226 (79)
-, II. 546 (p. 305) :—g. 449 (40).

Morea. the. I. 724.

Morebattle (Morbotle), in Scotland, II. 372.

Morecroft, Wm., II. g 107 (1).

Morel, Gawayn, saying of, I. 717.

Moremalherb (Moremaleherb), Devon, II. g. 107 (20), 449 (48).

Mores. See Morice.

Mores, country of. See Moors.

Morethipp, John. I. g. 346 (66 p. 202).

Moreton, Staff., I. g. 346 (65 p. 201).

Moreton. See Morton.

Morgan abbey. See Margam.

Morgan, David, I. g. 226 (28).

-, Jas., II. g. 107 (32).

- (Morgayn), John, I g. 981 (43).

-, Lln. ap Glyn, I. g. 226 (43).

-, Ric., I. g. 100 (22), 226 (28), 346 (49), 623 (6).

-, Roger, I. g. 474 (38).

-, Roland, I. g. 226 (28).

-, Thos., I. g. 226 (28).

-, Wm., I. g. 226 (28), 981 (20).

Morice
-, (Morres), Sir Chr., master of the Ordnance, I. 10, 390 (p. 228), 605, 698
-, II. 231 (pp. 127 bis, 128-9), 233.

- - signature of, II. 233.

Morice (Moris), Mr., II. 546 (pp. 302, 353, 358).

- (Morres), —, 602.

-, Hen., II. g. 107 (5).

- (Morrys), Jas., I. 832 (p. 467)
-, II. g. 107 (5).

- (Mores, Morris), John, I. p. 554 :—g. 474 (34).

- (Morris), Katharine, I. g. 474 (34).

-, Morgan, II. g. 107 (5).

- (Morreys), Ric., clk., I. p. 551.

- (Morris), Wm., II. 546 (p. 311).

Morison, Ric., of the Privy Chamber, I. g. 226 (33).

Morison, Lionel, I. g. 100 (2).

Morland, Westmld., I. g. 981 (26, 34, 99).

Morley
-, (Morleys). Henry Parker, Lord. I. 680, 832 (p. 467)
-, II. 231 (p. 121).

Morocco (Maroke), Straits of, I. g. 623 (36).

Morone, John, Cardinal, one of the three cardinals deputed to hold the Council of Trent, I. 398n., 575.

Morpeth
-, (Morpith), Nthld., I. 88 (p. 59), 237, 468, 592 (p. 343), 809, 963
-, II. 538 (p. 285).

Morres or Morris. See Morice.

Morrey, Nic., clk., I. g. 802 (17).

Morreye. See Murray.

Morrys. See Morice.

Mortlake, Surr., II. 231 (p. 131).

Morton, Notts, I. g. 100 (26).

Morton Bankes, Yorks., II. g. 107 (8).

Morton Valence, Glouc., I. g. 346 (49).

Morton
-, (Murton), James Douglas, Earl of, I. 64, 68 (p. 50), 88, 129, 281
-, II. 350.

Morton
-, James Douglas, Master of, son of Sir George Douglas and heir apparent to the earl of Morton, I. 68 (p. 50), 974
-, II. 350, 358, 364.

Morton or Moreton, Chas., I. g. 226 (48).

- Edw., I. g. 346 (66), 802 (33).

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

-, Robt., I g. 346 (65 p. 201).

- Roland, I. g 100 (22), 226 (84).

-, Rose, II. 231 (p. 122).

Mortymer, Jas., II. 231 (p. 127). i.e. Sheda McNamara, q.v.

Moruxini, Baptista, I. 847.

Morveilly. See Morvilliers.

Morville (Morvelde), Salop, I. g. 981 (53).

Morvilliers (Mervilliers, Morveilly), M., proposed as ambassador from France, I. 3, 44 (p. 28), 62 (p. 40), 87 (p. 57).

Moselle, the river, I. 931.

Moses, le, Lanc., II. g. 107 (1).

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

Moson. See Mouzon.

Moss Leasow (Mosse Leosoe), Staff., I. g. 346 (65).

Mostafa, the Turk's son, I. 449.

Moterll. See Montroeuil.

Motley, John, I. g. 981 (77).

Moulenbois. See Molembais.

Moulsoe (Mulsoo). Bucks, I. g. 226 (38).

Moultrull. See Montroeuil.

Moundesmere, Hants, I. g. 981 (46).

Moungomerye. See Montgomery.

Mounkes Manor, Herts., II. g. 449 (67).

Mounperson, Edm., I. g. 226 (29).

Mounson. See Monson.

Mountague. See Montague.

Mountague priory. See Montacute.

Mountains, the. See Alps.

Mountayne, Eliz., I. 436 (f. 7).

Mountergile. See Montorgueil.

Mounteth. See Menteith.

Mounteyn, John, II. g. 327 (23).

Mountgrace, Yorks., charterhouse (supp.). I. g. 226 (66).

Mountjoy
-, (Montjoye), Charles Blount Lord I. 803 (2)
-, II. g. 449 (1, 46).

Mountjoy, (Mount Joye), lady Dorothy, widow, II. g. 449 (1).

-, (Mount Joye), Sir Wm. Blount lord (died 1535), II. g. 449 (1).

Mountrosse. See Montrose.

Mount St. John (Mownt Saynt John), near Feliskirk, Yorks., preceptory (supp.) of, St. John, I. g. 226 (66), 981 (60).

Mount Sorrell, Leic., I. g. 981 (69).

Mounynges. See Monynges.

Mourel. See Murray.

Mouy, Mons. de. See La Meilleraye, sieur de.

Mouzon (Moson), in Champagne, I. 931.

Mowbray, Andrew, a Scot, safeconduct for, I. 825.

Mowe
-, the laird of, captured by the English, I. 959, 978
-, II. 1, 29, 63, 74, 408 (p. 219), 417, 442, 461 (p. 251).

-, -, his son, II. 417.

Mower, Robt., I. g. 623 (4).

Mownt Saynt John, Yorks. See Mount St. John.

Moy (Mouy), Charles de. See La Meilleraye, sieur de.

Moyle, Kath., wife of Sir Thos., I. g. 226 (89).

- (Moyll), Sir Thomas, one of the General Surveyors, Speaker of the Parliament, signature of, I. g. 226 (3, 42-3, 52, 73, 93), 346 (30), 474 (8), 476 (7, 12), 623 (33-4, 52), 802 (4, 35, 42, 48, 50, 64, 67), 981 (7, 63)
-, II. g. 241 (4), 449 (20, 54, 78).

-, -, his clerk William, II. 546 (p. 324).

-, -, other references, I. g. 100 (25), 226 (6), 15, 44, 68, 71, 77, 86, 89, 94), 346 (4, 21-2, 27, 35, 39, 41-3), 474 (1, 8, 16, 30-1, 37), 623 (29), 802 (49)
-, II. 546 (pp. 297, 299, 307, 319, 323-5, 327-8, 331-2, 334-5, 354, 357, 359-62, 365).

-, Walter, II. 546 (p. 325, 362).

Moyun, Wm., I. g. 226 (79 p. 132).

Muchelmershe. See Michaelmarsh.

Muchelney (Mochelney), Soms. abbey, (supp.), I. 436 (f. 42).

Mudford, Soms., I. p. 546.

Muffet, —, I. 24.

Mugg, Dr Ric., parson of Harrietsham, II. 546 (p. 297).

Mulsoo, Bucks. See Moulsoe.

Multon, Geo. I. g. 802 (36).

-, Thos., I. p. 554.

Munden (Monden), Herts, I. g. 802 (43).

Mundon (Mondon), Essex, I. p. 551.

Mundy, Sir John, dec., I. g. 346 (66).

-, John, I. g. 623 (90)
-, g. 529 (29).

Munequebrughe (in Artois?), I. 619.

Munitions of war, I. 177, 586, 605, 698, 767.

Munkrethe. See Moncreiffe.

Munster in Ireland, I. 373, 553.

Münster, in Germany, I. 296.

Münster Eiffel, in Juliers, II. 97.

Munteyth. See Menteith.

Murilinche. See Moorlinch.

Muros, in Spain, II. 130.

Murray
-, (Moray, Murrey), Patrick Hepburn, bp. of, I. 95, 124, 281, 945
-, II. 139, 188, 213.

- -, passport for, I. 95.

-, -, signature of, I. 945
-, II. 139.

Murray
-, (Murrey, Morreye, Mourel, More, Mwrray), James Stuart, Earl of (1501-1544), natural son of King James IV., I. 12, 94, 105, 140, 150 (p. 92), 155, 172, 186, 253, 261, 271 (p. 154), 281, 286, 288, 305 (1 p. 169, 2), 318, 324, (p. 184), 234 (p. 188), 374, 378, 402 (pp. 236, 238), 435, 448, 458, 465, 479, 482 (pp. 289-90, 292), 664, 670, 880-1, 897, 910
-, II. 132, 139, 188, 202, 213, 238, 256, 281, 393, 481, 483, 494, 522.

Murray
-, Sir Jas., of Philiphaugh, clerk register of Scotland (A.D. 1702 to 1708)
-, II. 481 (2).

-, Wm., laird of Tullibardine, signature of, I. 945.

Murton. See Morton.

Murylinche, Soms. See Moorlinch.

Muschamp (Mustyam), Wm., I. 832 (p. 467).

Muschica or Muxica, Melchior de, I, 811.

Muscote, Ntht., I. p. 553.

Muse. See Meaux.

Musgrave, —, I. 670 (p. 387).

-, Adam, I. g. 623 (81).

-, Sir Edw., I. g. 623 (56).

-, Ingram, I. g. 623 (81).

-, Jack à, a Border pensioner, keeper of Bewcastle, I. 253, 463, 537, 937
-, II. 173 (2), 461.

-, John, I. 692 :—g. 623 (81).

-, Ric., I. 655 (p. 381).

-, Sir Wm., I. 681, 655 (p. 381) :—g. 623 (81).

Mushone. See Mocheny.

Musselburgh, in Scotland, letter dated at, II. 393.

Musters
-, (See also Scotland, Marches of, garrisons), I. 108, 123 (p. 80), 192, 456, 480, 558, 568, 579, 592 (p. 343), 644, 655, 661, 674, 680, 800 (p. 445)
-, II. 10, 36, 118-20, 221, 237, 239.

-, letters missive for certificates to be made, I. 53, 138, 342.

-, certificates, I. 579.

Mustrell. See Montreuil.

Mustyam. See Muschamp.

Muswell chapel and farm, Midd., I. g. 981 (80).

Mutrel. See Montreuil.

Muttrell. See Montreuil.

Muxica. See Muschica.

Muxton, Salop, in Lilleshall parish, I. g. 981 (53).

Mwrray. See Murray.

Myaghe, Robt., II. 448.

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

Myddelton, Dors. See Milton.

Mydelwyche. See Middlewich.

Mydle. See Middle.

Mydshopp. See Midgehope.

Mygeham. See Midgham.

Mykylthwayte Grange, Yorks., I. g. 981 (11).

Mylaton, John, II. g. 449 (79).

Mylke, castle of. See Castle Milk.

Myllayn. See Milan.

Myllestons, laird of, II. 309.

Mylsam, Reynold, I. 436 (f. 45).

Mylwood in Gowerland, co. Pembroke, I. p. 557.

Mynne, Alice, widow of John, I. g. 226 (3).

-, John, auditor, master of woods, &c. (died 1543), I. g 100 (6, 16, 24, 36), 226 (3)

-, Kath., I. g. 802 (87).

-, Nic., auditor, I. g. 100 (36), 623 (59, 83), 802 (87)
-, II. 231 (p 120).

Myntye. See Minety.

Mynyddislwyn (Manahustelyn), co. Monmouth, I. p. 553.

Mynyous. See Menzies.

Myrlynche. See Moorlinch.

Myrphyn, John, I. g. 474 (27 p. 283).

Mysendon, Herts. See Measdon.



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