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'Index: N', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 18 Part 2: August-December 1543 (1902), pp. 515-520. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=76796 Date accessed: 20 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Naas, in Ireland, I. 553 (2).

Nagera or Nagers. See Najera.

Najera
-, (Nagera, Neigerez, Nagers, Naygeres), D. Juan Manrique De Lara Duke of I. 471, 545
-, II. 177, 345, 380.

Nalson, Humph., I. g. 346 (66).

Namur, in the Netherlands, I. 144.

Nanseglos, John, I. g. 623 (33).

Nantes, in France, I. 900.

Naper, John, I. g. 981 (57, 77).

Naples
-, I. 615, 724-5, 758, 941
-, II. 290, 338, 376.

-, vice-roy of. See Toledo, Pedro de.

Napoli, Cesare de, in the Emperor's service in Piedmont, I. 29 (p. 19).

Nappa (Nappay), Yorks., I. 175.

Napper, Mr., II. 546 (p. 351).

Narberth (Narbarte), co. Pemb., I. g. 476 (9).

Narbonne (Narbona), in France, I. 29 (p. 19), 106 (p. 73), 231 (p. 136).

Narrow Seas
-, the, I. 938, 966 (p. 519)
-, II. 408, 525 (3), 526, 528. See also under Ships, King's fleet in the Narrow Seas.

Naseby (Navesby), Ntht., II. g. 449 (65).

Nashe (Nasshe), Alice, I. p. 548.

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

- (Nasshe), John, I. p. 548.

- (Nasshe), Robt., I. 436 (f. 79).

Nasing Wood, Essex, II. 231 (p. 128).

Nassau, Count William of. II. 126.

Nasshe, Black-. See Blackness.

Nassington, Ntht., II. g. 449 (1).

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

Naunton, Glouc., II. g. 107 (8, 56vi.).

Navan, in Ireland, I. 411.

Navarre, Kingdom Of, I. 69, 471.

- viceroy of, I. 471.

Navarre, marriage of. See Albret, Jeanne, d'.

Navarre, Henri d'Albret King of, an exile in France, I. 217 (p. 118).

Navenby (Naveby), Linc., I. p. 546.

Naves (Navus), Dr. John, vice-chancellor of the Empire, II. 25, 457.

Navesby, Ntht. See Naseby.

Navesforde, Ntht. See Navisford.

Navisford (Navesforde) hundred, Ntht., I. p. 545.

Navus. See Naves.

Naward. See Naworth.

Naworth (Naward), Cumb., I. 799.

Nawseworthie. See Mawseworthye.

Naygeres. See Najera.

Naylond, Dr. See Nelan.

Naylor (Neylour, Nayler), Robt., II. 546 (pp. 321, 324).

Neasham (Neseham), Dham., I. g. 802 (66).

-, priory (supp.), I. g. 802 (66).

Neath (Nethe, Neth), co. Glamorgan, abbey (supp.), I. 436 (f. 59) :—g. 981 (54).

Necton (Neyton), Norf., II. g. 449 (4).

Nedam. See Nedeham.

Nedeham (Nedam), Avicia, II. g. 327 (7).

-, Jas., I. g. 226 (51)
-, II. 231 (p. 128 bis) :—g. 327 (7).

- (Nedham), John, II. g. 327 (7).

Nedertzier, in Juliers, II. 126.

Nedygate. See Newdigate.

Needles, the, I. 91 (p. 61).

Negropont, in Greece, I. 642.

Neigerez, duke of. See Najera.

Nelan or O'Nolan
-, (Naylond, Neyland, Neland), Dr., of Limerick, O'Brien's servant, I. 541, 634, 848
-, II. 231 (p. 127).

Nelson, —, I. 749.

Nening, Peter, I. 447.

Nerber, Isabella, I. p. 558.

-, Mich., I. p. 558.

Neretti, Marotte or Mariotto, a Florentine, I. 208, 847.

Neseham. See Neasham.

Neson, Ant., I. p. 551.

Nestelhoo. See Nostell.

Neth or Nethe. See Neath.

Netherexe (Nethereux), Devon, I. p. 557.

Nethergeting, Glouc. See Guiting.

Nethermyll, John, I. 436 (f. 73).

-, Julyne, I. 436 (f. 73).

Nethersall, Robt., II. 231 (p. 121).

Netherthroughmaston, Derb., I. g. 226 (2).

Netley Abbey (supp.), Hants., II. g. 241 (31).

Nettleton (Nettilton), Linc., II. g. 327 (17).

Neue. Robt., I. g. 346 (20).

Neuss, conferences at, II. 183.

Neuvilly (Novely, Neuveley), in Cambray, letters dated at, II. 336-7.

Nevel or Nevell. See Neville.

Nevetson, Ric., I. g. 981 (26, 34).

Nevez (Nevet), Mons. de, a Breton landowner I. 91 (3, 4).

Neville (Nevel), Henry Lord, son of the earl of Westmoreland, I. 19.

Neville or Nevill, Mr., II. 546 (pp. 301, 303).

- (Nevell), Andrew, II. 231 (p. 120).

- (Nevell), Ant., I. 442 :—g. 226 (9, 48), 802 (77).

-, Chr., I. g. 802 (61).

- (Nevell), Sir Edward, uncle to Lord Montague (executed 9 Dec. 1538), I. 66 (32).

- (Nevell), Edward, son of Sir Edward, restored in blood, I. 66 (32).

-, Geo., I. g. 226 (61).

- (Nevell), John, lord Latimer, q.v.

-, Sir John, I. g. 623 (100).

-, John, I. g. 226 (61).

- (Nevell), Mary, I. 436 (f. 3).

-, Nic., II. 543.

- (Nevell), Robt., S.T.P., prb. of Canterbury, II. g. 449 (37).

- (Nevell), Robt., I. g. 226 (48).

- (Nevyle), Sir Thos., I. 436 (f. 75).

-, -, Lady Elizabeth, his wife, I. 436 (f. 75).

-, Thos., I. 436 (ff. 20, 66) :—g. 226 (7)
-, II. 231 (p. 121).

Nevinson or Nevenson, Chr., Cranmer's commissary, II. 546 (pp. 291, 294, 298-9, 303, 307, 309-11, 313-14, 317, 319, 330, 334-5, 356, 358-9, 362-4, 366-7).

-, -, his wife, II. 546 (p. 330).

Newark, Notts, I. p. 550.

-, Austin Friars (supp.), I. g. 981 (56).

Newark priory
-, (supp.) near Ripley, Surr., I. 436 (f. 58) :—p. 548
-, II. g. 107 (26, 44, 49), 449 (63).

Newarkes Norton, Essex, I. g. 226 (79, 87).

Newbattell abbey, in Scotland, I. 26 (3).

Newbiggin, Cumb., I. g. 802 (51).

Newbigging
-, Westmld., I. p. 552
-, II. g. 449 (17).

Newboo, in Barrowby, Linc., II. g. 449 (44).

-, abbey (supp.), II. g. 327 (17), 449 (44).

Newbottle (Newbotell), Ntht., II. g. 529 (10, 30).

Newburgh
-, Yorks., priory (supp.), I. p. 556 : —g. 226 (66), 981 (43)
-, II. 231 (p. 123).

Newbury, Berks, II. g. 529 (29).

-, Chepstrete, II. g. 529 (29).

-, Northebrekestrete, II. g. 529 (29).

Newby, Westmld., I. g. 981 (26, 34).

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

Newcastle-upon-Tyne
-, Nthld., I. 17, 19, 43, 48, 57-60, 68 (pp. 49, 50), 72, 80, 88, 105, 108, 123, 141 (pp. 87), 200, 225, 238-9, 251, 305 (pp. 170, 174), 434, 567, 592, 645, 678, 692, 702, 775, 804 (p. 455), 814, 844, 908, 963-4 :—p. 552 :—g. 476 23), 802 (66), 981 (24, 28, 65)
-, II. 6, 9, 42, 58, 119, 121, 184, 195 (2), 231 (p. 121), 234, 281, 287, 370 (p. 205), 408 :—g. 449 (42).

- letters dated at, I. 43, 75, 80, 108-9, 123, 127-8, 146, 151-2, 155, 162, 186-7, 207, 214-15, 228, 236-7, 253, 289, 304, 316, 434, 592, 596, 650, 765
-, II. 36, 63, 71, 90, 307, 382, 511.

-, comptroller of, II. g. 449 (42).

-, comptrollerships of customs, I. g. 226 (88).

- mayor of, I. 17, 19, 43 (p. 26), 59, 75, 645
-, II. 11, 318, 408.

Newchurch, Kent, I. p. 554.

Newdegate. See Newdigate.

Newdigate (Newdegate), Ant., I. g. 226 (41).

- (Nudygate, Nedygate), Dunstan captain of a ship. I. 200, 225, 434, 596, 765 (p. 431) :—p. 549.

- (Nudegate), John I. g. 100 (21), 623 (23).

Newehall. See Newhall.

Newell, Alice, II. g. 241 (11).

-, John, II. g. 241 (11).

-, Nic., II. g. 241 (11).

- Wm., II. g. 241 (11).

Newenare, earl of. See Niewennar.

Newenham, Glouc. See Newnham.

Newenham abbey. See Newham.

Newenham
-, Newnham or Newham. Sir Wm., I. 832 (p. 468 bis)
-, II. 231 (p. 120).

Newennar. See Niewennar.

Newent, Glouc., II. 360.

Newested. See Newstead.

New Forest, Hants, I. g. 226 (75).

Newhall (Newehall), Essex. See Beaulieu.

Newhall, Yorks., I. g. 100, 33, 802 (71).

Newhall manor, Herts., I. g. 981 (20, 21, 56, 64).

Newham or Newenham (Newneham) abbey (supp.), Devon, near Axminster I. 436 (ff. 50, 74).

Newham, Sir Wm. See Newenham.

New Haven. See Havre de Grace.

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

Newington, Kent, II. g. 107 (36).

Newington by Sittingbourne, Kent, II. 546 (p. 311).

-, vicar of. See Howe, R.

Newington, South- (Southnewenton), Oxon, I. p. 553.

Newington, Robt., II. 546 (p. 307).

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

Newland
-, Yorks., preceptory (supp.) of St. John, I. p. 549 :—g. 623 (79)
-, II. g. 107 (1).

Newland near Coventry, I. p. 550.

New Learning, the, I. 64.

Newman, —, II. 546 (p. 293).

Newnam or Newname, Jas., priest, II. 546 (pp. 302, 313).

Newneham abbey. See Newham.

Newnham (Newenham), Glouc. I. g. 226 (35).

Newnham (Nywneham), Hants., I. g. 802 (69).

Newnham (Newneham), Herts., I. g. 981 (95).

Newnham. See Newenham.

Newnney field, Herts., II. g. 449, 78).

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

Newport, in Flanders. See Nieuport.

Newport
-, Monm., I. g. 226 (41)
-, II. g. 107 (43).

-, Black Friars or Friars Preachers (supp.), II. g. 107 (43).

Newport, Salop, I. p. 558 :—g. 981 (53).

Newport Pagnel (N. Pannell), Bucks, I. g. 802 (37).

Newport or N. Pond, Essex, I. p. 549.

-, St. Leonard's hospital (supp.), I. p. 548-9.

Nieuport
-, (Newport), in Flanders, I. 778
-, II. 485.

Newporte
-, John, I. g. 981 (56)
-, II. g. 107 (56ix).

Newry, in Ireland, I. 245.

New Sarum. See Salisbury.

Newse, Clement, I. g. 346 (66).

Newsham (Newsome) abbey, (supp.), in Brocklesby, Linc., II. g. 327 (17), 449 (58).

Newsome. See Newsham.

Newstead (Newested), Yorks., I. g. 226 (66).

Newstead
-, (Newstede) priory (supp.), Linc. beside Glanford Brigg, otherwise Newstead upon Ankholme, I. p. 551
-, II. g. 327 (17).

Newstead priory (supp.), in Sherwood Forest. Notts I. g. 981 (14).

Newthorpe, Notts, (near Beauvale?), II. 231 (p. 125).

Newton, co. Glam., I. g. 474 (11).

Newton, Norf., I. g. 476 (16).

Newton, Suff., near Sudbury, II. g. 241 (10).

Newton, Yorks., I. p. 555.

Newton, Kirk-, Nthld., II. 538.

Newton Stacy, Wilts., I. g. 226 (79 p. 131).

Newton, West., Nthld., II. 538.

Newton-le-Willows. Yorks., II. g. 107 (18).

Newton, Wood- (Woodnewton), Ntht., II. g. 449 (1).

Newton, Hugh, I. g. 981 (77).

- Sir John, I. g. 100 (32).

- John, I. g. 981 (68).

Newtown (Newtoun), in Scotland, II. 422 (p. 225).

New Year's gifts, I. 44 (p. 29).

Newys, Peter, I. g. 802 (25).

Neyland. See Nelan.

Neylour. See Naylour.

Neynmyll Burne. See Nine Mile Burn.

Neyton, Norf. See Necton.

Nice
-, (Nisa, Nixes, Nisa, Nyse), in Savoy, I. 62 (p. 40), 782, 932
-, II. 20, 37, 60, 61 (p. 29), 82, 86, 96, 113, 142, 163, 194, 246, 250-1, 261.

- castle, I. 782
-, II. 96, 142, 163, 210, 250-1.

-, treaty of, (18 June. 1538), a truce for ten years between the Emperor and France, I. 381, 397, 406 (3), 582 (2)
-, II. 61 (p. 30).

Nicholas, the Courier, I. 106 (p. 73).

Nicholas
-, Jas., I. 436 (20)
-, II. 231 (p. 122).

Nicholl, Jas., I. g. 226 (79 p. 131).

Nichols (Nicolles), John, I. g. 802 (14).

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

- (Nycolls), Thos., I. 735.

Nicholson, Ant., I. 436 (f. 33).

Nicolai, N., Charles V.'s secretary, II. 456.

Nicolais, Nich. de, II. g. 449 (32).

Nicolles. See Nichols.

Nicool or Nicod, Captain, II. 268.

Nideggen (Nydeck, Nydek), in Juliers, II. 20 (p. 10), 97.

Nienoue (qu. a misreading of "Cremone"?) I. 723 (2 p. 411).

Nieumay. See Nimeguen.

Nieuport
-, (Newport) in Flanders, I. 778
-, II. 485.

-, letter dated at, I. 512.

Nieustadt, in Gueldres, II. 140.

Niewennar (Newennar, Newenare), count of II. 126, 177.

Nigri
-, Philip, chancellor of the Emperor's Order of the Golden Fleece, I. 969
-, II. 151, 162.

Nimeguen (Nimmeghe, Nymmeghe, Nieumay), in Gueldres, II. 113, 177, 210.

Ninehead (Nynehed), Soms., II. g. 107 (20).

Nine Mile Burn (Neynmyll Burne), in Scotland, II. 237 (2).

Nisa. See Nice.

Nisbet (Nyesbeth), East and West, in Scotland, II. 309.

Nisbet, East-, laird of, II. 444.

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

Nevelle (Nyvell), in the Low Countries, II. 224.

Nix, Richard, bp. of Norwich (1501 to 1536), II. 231 (p. 124).

Nixes. See Nice.

Nixon (Nykson), Ralph, I. p. 551.

Nixons
-, (Nixsons, Nycsons, Nycsones), the Scottish Border family I. 153, 567, 580, 592, 691, 694
-, II. 263, 339, 461.

Nodes or Node, Geo., II. 231 (pp. 120-1).

Noguy, Thomas de, I. g. 623 (46).

Noke, Thos., II. 231 (p. 119).

Noneton. See Nuneaton.

Nonne Burneholme. See Nunburnholme.

Nonneclough, Derb. See Thurmansleyghe.

Nonne Eton. See Nuneaton.

Nonneton. See Nuneaton.

Nonney. See Nunney.

Non-residence upon benefices
-, I. g. 226 (56), 346 (28), 623 (87), 802 (80, 85)
-, II. 546 (p. 336) :—g. 241 (28).

Nonsuch, Surr., II. 231 (pp. 128-9, 131).

Noramberghe. See Nuremberg.

Norbiton (Northbeton), Surr., I. 893.

Norenberg. See Nuremberg.

Norfolk
-, I. 68, 206, 466, 538 (p. 314)
-, II. 63 (p. 31), 231 (pp. 129-30), 346, 401, 511.

- (and Suffolk, sheriff of, II. g. 449 (79). See Jermy, Sir J. (1542-3)
-, Lovell, Sir Fras. (1543-4).

-, worsted yarn (Act), II. 211 (p. 109).

Norfolk
-, Agnes Duchess Dowager of. stepmother of the Duke, mother of Lord William Howard, I. 66 (29)
-, II. App. 5.

-, -, her house in Lambeth, I. 66 (29).

Norfolk, Thomas Howard Duke of, K.G., lord High Treasurer. Earl Marshal, lord Lieutenant in the North (until Jan. 1543, present in Council, I. 72, 79, 86, 90, 94, 103, 107, 111, 115, 122, 126, 130, 137, 159, 165, 175, 179, 181, 190, 192, 197, 206, 208, 212, 227, 235, 241, 244, 255, 257, 263, 276, 280, 299, 301, 306, 309, 312, 314, 450, 452, 454, 456, 460, 466, 469, 497, 500, 507, 513, 537, 546, 598, 618, 630, 644, 893.

-, -, letters to, I. 667, 793.

-, -, handwriting of, I. 83, 633.

-, -, signature of, I. 91 (2), 92 (2), 184, 389, 627, 655, 661, 681, 699, 727-8, 746 :—g. 476 (23), 623 (12, 47, 90), 802 (20, 25, 45) : II. 504 :—g. 449 (42, 59, 61, 70, 76).

-, -, other references, I. 44 (pp. 27-8), 66 (29), 216, 327 (2), 351, 390 (p. 228), 433, 436 (f. 71), 451, 457 (2), 463, 467, 554, 570, 603, 692, 719, 726-8, 754 (1, 4), 759 (pp. 427-8), 765, 778, 785, 804 (1, 18), 805, 877, 956 :— p. 552 :—g. 100 (10, 21, 32), 226 (25, 30, 48, 84-5), 476 (16), 802 (49), 981 (7)
-, II. 63 (p. 31), 195 (3), 231 (pp. 119 bis), 292, 310 (p. 176), 321 (p. 181), 333, 337, 517, 526, 546 (p. 297) :— App. 5.

Norgatt. See under Canterbury.

Norham
-, (Norrham), castle and Norhamshire (Norromshire), Nthld., I. 19, 32, 141, 153, 156, 592 (p. 344)
-, II. 131, 295.

- letter dated at, II. 295.

- captain of. See Layton, B.

Norlegh, Ric., I. g. 474 (16), 802 (76).

Norman, Ralph, I. g. 226 (38).

Normanby, Linc., I. g. 981 (99).

Norman Cross (Normancrosse), Hunts, I. p. 546.

Normandy and the Normans
-, I. 40, 62 (pp. 38, 40), 106, 120, 144 (p. 88), 216, 254, 259 (pp. 147-8), 261, 349, 375, 416, 689, 699, 750, 754 (3), 900, 915 (2) : —g. 100 (27)
-, II. 8, 23-4, 430 :—App. 15.

-, lieutenant of, I. 62.

-, vice-admiral of. See La Meilleraye, sieur de.

Normansborowe, Norf., I. g. 476 (16).

Normulton, Devon. See Molton, North.

Norres (Norris), Mr. (temp. Eliz.), I. 224.

-, Henry (executed in 1536), I. g. 623 (83)
-, II. g. 449 (12).

-, Sir John. I. g. 981 (67).

- (Norrys Norris), John, I. 436 (f. 24) : —g. 226 26) : II. 231 (p. 119).

- (Norresse). Owen, I. p. 557.

- Wm., II. 546 (p. 299).

Norresse. See Norres.

Norrey. See Norroy.

Norrham. See Norham.

Norromshire. See Norham.

Norroy (Norrey), king of arms, arrested at Bordeaux, I. 217 (pp. 117-18).

North
-, the, I. 450, 461, 675 (p. 390), 676, 681, 685, 699 (p. 401)
-, II. 63 (p. 31) 231 (pp. 124, 130, 131), 546 (p. 346).

-, Council of the, I. 197, 272, 649, 962, II. 34, 193.

-, -, letters from, I. 272
-, II. 34.

-, -, president. See Holgate, R.

-, -, secretary. See Uvedale, J.

-, -, garrisons in. See under Scotland, marches of.

-, lord lieutenant in. See Norfolk, duke of
-, also Suffolk, duke of, (Jan 1543).

North
-, Sir Edward, treasurer of Augmentations, I. 149, 436 (pp. 70, 72, 77-9, 80, 84), 466, 578, 598, 605, 715, 732, 830 :— g. 100 (4), 226 (79ii, 83, 90), 623 (29, 77), 802 (10, 81)
-, II. 211, 231 (pp. 118-20, 123, 124 quater, 131-2), 233 :— App. 1-3, 11 :—g. 449 (55, 72).

-, -, letters from. II. App. 1-3, 11.

-, -, signature of. I. g. 346 (11).

-, -, warrant to, II. 211.

-, -, his account, II. 231.

-, -, Alice, his wife, I. g. 100 (4).

North, John, II. 231 (p. 117).

Northallerton (Alderton), Yorks., I. 4, 536 : —p. 553 :—g. 226 (91).

Northampton
-, I. g. 226 (38, 89), 474 (15), 802 (27)
-, II. 231 (p. 124).

-, Black Friars (supp.), I. 436 (f. 77).

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

-, Cotton End, I. p. 552.

-, De la Pray (Delapree) nunnery (supp.), I. pp. 547, 551 :—g. 226 (38), 474 (15).

-, St. Andrew's priory (supp.), I. 436 (f. 54) :—pp. 547, 552 :—g. 226 (38, 79 p. 131), 474 (15), 981 (56)
-, II. 231 (p. 119) :—g. 107 (56 xii).

-, St. James's abbey (supp.) I. p. 550 :— g. 226 (79), 802 (19, 27)
-, II. g. 107 (55).

-, Shilde Closc, I. p. 550.

-, White Friars (supp.), I. p. 550.

Northamptonshire, I. g. 475 (2).

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

-, sheriff of, II. g. 449 (79). See Brudenell, Thos. (1543-4).

Northbeton. See Norbiton.

Northcote, Devon, I. g. 346 (37).

Northdighton. Yorks. See Deighton.

Northegate. See under Canterbury.

Northelile, Oxon. See Leigh, North-.

Northelmeshall, Yorks. See Elmsall.

Northern horsemen
-, I. 786, 967, 979
-, II. 13. 92, 310 (p. 176), 321, 345.

Northern rebellion (of 1536-7), I. 26 (5).

Northey, Glouc., II. g. 449 (8).

Northfleet (Northflete)
-, Kent, I. p. 553
-, II. 231 (p. 122).

North Foreland, the, I. 729.

Northfrith park, Kent. II. g. 107 (58).

Northlyle, Oxon. See Leigh, North.

North Meols. See Meols.

Northmerdon. Suss. See Marden.

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

Northrawceby. See Rauceby.

North Seas, the, I. 140.

Northstoke, Suss. See Stoke.

Northtoft. See Nortoft.

Northumberland
-, I. 567, 645, 670, 779, 799, 800, 884, 957, 963
-, II. 63 (p. 31), 236-7, 262, 318.

-, declaration of the misorder in, I. 800.

-, sheriff of, I. 645
-, II. 318 :—g. 449 (79). See Hilton, Sir Thos. (1543-4).

Northumberland
-, Mary Countess of, widow of the last earl, I. p. 547
-, II. 231 (p. 121).

Northumberland
-, Henry Percy, Earl of, (1527-1537), and his lands, I. 220, 436 (ff. 63, 73), 800 :—pp. 550, 557 :—g. 226 (42, 66), 981 (24, 60, 106)
-, II. 231, (pp. 121n. 127).

Northweald (Northwyld), Essex I. 66 (c. 38).

Northweston, Soms. See Weston in Gordano.

Northwich
-, Chesh., I. g. 981 (20, 21 p. 531)
-, II. g. 107 (14), 529 (11).

Northwood (North Wode), Glouc., I. g. 226 (35).

Northwoode, Surr. See Norwood.

Nortoft (Northtoft), Ntht., I. g. 475 (9).

Norton
-, Chesh., abbey (supp.), I. 436 (f. 28) :— g. 981 (38)
-, II. 231 (p. 122).

-, -, abbot. See Birkenhead, T.

Norton, Essex. I. g. 346 (56).

Norton, co. Radnor, II. g. 449 (26).

Norton, Suff., II. g. 107 (40).

Norton, Greens (Grenesnorton), Ntht., I. p. 552.

Norton, Kings, Worc., II. g. 107 (12).

Norton, Newarkes-, Essex. I. g. 226 (79).

Norton St. Philip (Philippes Norton), Soms., I. g. 802 (68).

Norton, Mr., II. 64, 546 (p 325).

- —, vicar of Faversham, II. 546 (pp. 293, 308, 321, 369, 377).

-, Clement II. 546 (p. 305).

-, Fras. II. 382.

- John I. 190, 832 (p. 467) :—g. 226 (10)
-, II. 231 (p. 121) :—g. 449 (79).

Norway
-, I. 878
-, II. 114, 152.

-, a man of, I. 908
-, II. 319 324.

Norwell, Notts, I. g. 226 (21).

Norwich
-, Norf., I. g. 100 (14)
-, II. 231 (p. 119).

-, mayor of, I. g. 226 (8). See Rogers, W.

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

-, Christchurch cathedral, I. 436 (f. 38)
-, II. 231 (p. 122).

-, dean and chapter of, I. 436 (f. 42).

- St. Mary Magdalene's chapel, II. g. 449 (18).

-, White Friars supp.), I. g. 475 (1).

Norwich
-, bp. of, I. 66 (c. 47)
-, II. 231 (p. 122), See Repps, W.
-, also Nix, R.

-, bpric. of, I. p. 555 :—g. 802 (11)
-, II. g. 449 (18).

Norwood (Northwoode), Surr., I. p. 546.

Norwood, Kath., I. p. 550.

Noryngberg. See Nuremberg.

Nostell or Nestelhoo
-, (in Wragby near Pontefract), St. Oswald's priory (supp.), I. p. 558 :—g. 981 (9, 19)
-, II. g. 107 (8), 449 (47).

Notley or Nuttley abbey
-, (supp.), in Long Crendon, Bucks., I. 436 (f. 58) :—p. 555 :—g. 981 (20)
-, II. g. 529 (30).

Notte, Robt., I. g. 226 (38).

Notting Barn (Nuttyngbarnes), in Kensington, Midd., I. g. 226 (75).

Nottingham, mayor of, I. g. 226 (9).

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

Nottinghamshire or Notts, I. 856 :—g. 802 (77).

-, commission of peace, I. g. 226 (48).

- (and Derb.), sheriff of, II. g. 449 (79). See Hercy, John (1543-4).

Novely. See Neuvilly.

Novesianorum. See Neuss.

Nowell
-, Andrew, I. g. 226 (9), 802 (77)
-, II. g. 449 (79).

Nowne, Mr., I. 837.

Noyers, in France, I. 622 (p. 359 n).

Noyon, in France, I. 657, 666 ii., 699.

Nudegate or Nudygate. See Mewdigate.

Nueremberg. See Nuremberg.

Nugent, Ric., baron of Delvin, q.v.

Nun Appleton
-, (Apulton) priory (supp.), near Bolton Percy, Yorks., I. p. 552
-, II. g. 449 (58).

Nunburnholme (Nonne Burneholme), Yorks., I. g. 623 (54).

Nune, George, I. g. 100 (34).

-, John, I. g. 100 (34).

Nuneaton
-, (Nonneton, Nonne Eton, Noneton, Nuneton), Warw., nunnery (supp.), I. 436 (ff. 27, 58, 73) :—g. 226 (79 p. 131), 623 (4)
-, II. 231 (p. 122).

Nunneormesby. See Ormsby, North.

Nunney
-, (Nonney), Soms., I. g. 981 (40)
-, II. g. 327 (3).

Nuremberg
-, (Nüraberg, Norynberg, Nueremberg, Noramberghe, Norenberg), I. 42, 196, 203, 317, 459, 511, 519 (2), 790, 916, 925
-, II. 73 :—g. 107 (7).

- letters dated at, I. 14, 203, 243, 247-8, 335, 386.

-, Diet of (States of the Empire, "the States" Jan. to May, 1543), I. 14, 77, 196, 203, 243, 259 (p. 147), 265, 296, 341, 398, 449, 459, 511, 519, 525-6, 544, 601, 604
-, II. 96.

- - the Emperor's commissaries, I. 519.

- - papal nuncio to (a bishop), I. 203.

- - Venetian ambassador, I. 243.

- - the Duke of Cleves's petition I. 341.

- -, the Queen of Hungary's proposition against the Duke of Cleves, I. 196, 203.

- -, decrees (or recess) of, I. 519 (2).

Nurnberg. See Nuremberg.

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

Nuttyngbarnes. Notting Barn.

Nycolls. See Nicholls.

Nycsons. See Nixons.

Nydeck. See Nideggen.

Nyesbeth. See Nisbet.

Nykson. See Nixon.

Nymmeghe. See Nimeguen.

Nywneham, Hants. See Newnham.

Nyxson, Wm., I. g. 981 (86).



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