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'Index: O', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 18 Part 2: August-December 1543 (1902), pp. 520-523. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=76797 Date accessed: 02 October 2014.


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Oadby (Odeby, Owdeby), Leic., I. g. 981 (57).

Oakham (Okeham), Rutl., gaol, I. g. 100 (30).

Oakhampton (Okehampton, Okington), Devon, I. g. 346 (1), 981 (20, 23).

Oakley (Ocley), Suff., I. g. 802 (11).

Oakley (Akeley, Okeley) Magna, Ntht., I. g. 981 (59).

Oatlands
-, (Otlande, Ottelande, Oteland), Surr., I. 902, 920, 952
-, II. 231 (pp. 128-9, 131).

-, letters dated at, I. 907, 918-19, 935-6.

-, grants dated at, I. 981 (81, 91-2, 99, 100, 102, 106)
-, II. g. 107 (9, 12, 14, 55), 327 (23), 449 (27).

-, meeting of Privy Council at, I. 901, 906, 913, 917, 927, 933.

O'Brien
-, (Obryen, Abrene, Obrcen), Morough (the Great O'Brien), visits England, andis created earl of Thomond (1 July 1543), I. 541, 550-1. 553 (p. 322), 630, 633-4, 636 (5), 654, 785, 803, 848 :— g. 981 (2, 3)
-, II. 165, 231 (p. 127 bis).

-, -, creation as earl of Thomond. I. 803 :—g. 981 (2).

-, -, Parliament robes for, I. 785.

O'Brien
-, (Obriene, Obreen), Sir Donough lord of Ibrickan (1 July 1543), I. 551, 553 (p. 322). 633, 803, 848 :—I. g. 981 (2, 3)
-, II. 231 (p. 127 bis).

-, -, created baron of Ibrickan, I. 803 :—g. 981 (3).

Observant Friars, II. 546 (pp. 294, 297).

O'Cahan, Manus. captain of Oroghtecane, indenture with, I. 508.

Ochiltree, lord. See Stewart, of O.

Ocley. See Oakley.

Oddingley (Odyngley), Worc., II. g. 107 (12).

Oddington (Odington) Grange, Oxon, I. g. 226 (79).

Odeby, Leic. See Oadby.

Odesey, Camb. See Odsey.

Odiham, Hants, I. g. 623 (63).

Odingham. See Audinghem.

Odington, Oxon. See Oddington.

O'Donell (O'Donyll), Manus, Irish chief, captain of Tyrconnell, I. 373, 550, 633, 650, 885, 889, 895, 912.

-, -, his brothers, I. 885, 912.

-, -, grant by, I. 889.

-, -, his chaplain, I. 650. See O'Siagail, C.

O'Donell, Con, brother of Manus, tanist of Tyrconne 1, I. 912.

-, Hugh, I. 885.

Odsey (Odesey), Camb., Herts, and Beds, II. g. 327 (19).

Odwell, Essex, II. g. 107 (50).

Odyngam. See Audinghen.

Odyngley, Worc. See Oddingley.

Oetingen, Martin count of. I. 519 (2).

Offord, Suff. See Ufford.

Ogan
-, See Hogan
-, also Wogan.

Ogerston, Hants, I. g. 981 (97).

Ogiers, —, a Gascon, I. 484.

Ogill, William, notary, II. 76.

Ogilvie (Ogleby), lord, II. 133, 174, 355, 378 (p. 208).

- (Ogilby), Walter, burgess of Banff, II. 476, 491.

- (Ogilvy, Ogilwey), Walter or Sir Walter, of Dunlugus, I. 945
-, II. 512.

-, -, signature of. I. 945.

Ogle, Eliz., I. 436 (f. 14).

-, John, II. 382.

-, Parson, prisoner to Scotland, I. 700, 741, 959, 978
-, II. 29, 63.

Ogleby. See Ogilvie.

Oglethorpe, Clement, II. g. 107 (56).

-, Owen, clk., g. 107 (56).

Oke, John, I. g. 474 (8).

Okeford Fitzpaine, Dors., I. g. 475 (3), 623 (4).

Okeham. See Oakham.

Okehampton. See Oakhampton.

Okeley, Ntht. See Oakley.

Okeley, Marg., I. 436 (f. 25).

Okener, Humph, I. g. 346 (65).

Okestubbe, Surr., I. p. 546.

Okinfelde, Tho., II. 546, (p. 305).

Okington, Devon. See Oakhampton.

Okyng. See Woking.

Olaston, Derb., II. g. 327 (5).

Oldcastle (Holl Castyll), Sir John, (temp. Hen. V.), II. 546 (p. 328).

Oldenburg (Oldenburgh), Count Of. I. 29 (p. 19).

Oldersel. See Audresselles.

Oldeswell, Glouc. (Old Swell?), I. g. 981 (20).

Oldney, Thos., II. 530.

Oliphant
-, (Olyvaunte), Laurence lord, Scottish prisoner, I. 2 (1, 2), 17, 37 (2), 61, 436 (f. 87), 664, 805
-, II. 72, 77, 79, 116, 231 (p. 126).

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

Oliver, John, LL.D., dean of the King's College in Oxford, I. 255, 365, 447, 500.

-, John, I. 388.

Olyvaunte. See Oliphant.

Onagh, Onaughe or Onaght. See Owney.

Onecot alias Uncot, Staff., I. g. 346 (65).

O'Neil, Con, Earl Of Tyrone, I. 245, 636 (1n., 3), 848, 885, 890, 912.

O'Neil, Neil Connelagh, I. 245, 553, 890.

-, Phelim Bacoagh, captain of Claneboy, I. 884.

Ongar, Chipping- (Chepyng Onger), Essex, II. g. 107 (61).

Ongar, High- (Highonger), Essex, II. g. 107 (65).

Ongar (Onger) hundred, Essex, I. g. 346 (6).

O'Nolan, Dr. See Nelan.

Oostfrize (i.e. East Friesland), count of, I. 296.

Orange
-, (Orenge, Orenges), RenÉ of Nassau Prince of, governor of Holland and Zealand, I. 265, 563, 588, 600 (p. 347), 604 (p. 349), 608, 631, 707, 718, 722 (p. 409), 762, 766, 771, 773, 789 (3), 798 ("the Prince"), 853, 862, 898, 925, 931, 969
-, II. 20 (pp. 9, 10), 35, 55, 65, 73, 80, 84, 86, 97, 126, 210, 230, 251 :—App. 14.

Oranmore (Uran More), in Ireland, I. 634.

Orchard (Orchearde), Soms., I. g. 346 (37).

Ord
-, (Urd, Urde), Nthld., I. 32
-, II. 208.

Ordnance
-, I. 75, 88, 91 (3), 93, 108, 123-4, 211, 233, 265, 291, 436 (f. 84), 454, 524 (4), 547, 640, 666ii., 766, 770, 786, 790, 793, 832 (p. 469), 840, 849, 870, 938, 961, 967, 973
-, II. 84, 119, 133, 184, 189-90, 195, 218, 224, 231 (p. 129), 233-4, 236 (2), 255, 275, 280, 287, 291, 293, 310, 320-1, 346, 361, 365, 384, 387, 426, 453, 525-6.

-, (shells), II. 280, 293, 310, 352.

Orell, Lanc. See Orrell.

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

Orenge. See Orange.

Ores. See Ors.

Orford Ness (Orford Nasshe), Suff., I. 83, 905, 938.

Organs, Thos., II. g. 107 (56).

Orhastnesse. See O'Shanghnes.

Orkney islands. II. 539 (p. 286).

Orkney, bp. of. See Reid, R.

Orleans
-, in France, I. 48-9, 900
-, II. 150.

Orleans, Duke Of. See Charles.

Orleston (Orwelston), Kent I. p. 554.

Ormond And Ossory, Piers Butler Earl Of (died 1539), I. 968 (2).

Ormond And Ossory
-, James Butler Earl Of. lord treasurer of Ireland, I. 411, 540-1, 550-4, 633, 636 (5), 803 (2), 893, 968
-, II. 105, 455.

-, -, letter from, I. 540.

-, -, signature, I. 541, 550-3
-, II. 455.

-, -, his son, I. 540.

-, -, Acts of Parliament relating to. I. 968 (2)

Ormond countess of, heir general of the earldom of Desmond, I. 540

Ormsby, North- or Nun- (Nunneormesby), Linc., priory (supp.), I. g. 981 (49).

Oroghtecane, in Ireland, I. 508.

O'Rourke (Orwirke, Orowrke, Owriche), —, Irish chief, I. 550, 633, 885.

Orphen or Orphewe, Wm., curate of Lydd. II. 546 (pp. 302, 311).

Orpington. Kent. I. g. 981 (83).

Orpyn. Wm., I. p. 549.

Orrell (Orell), Lanc., II. g. 107 (1).

Ors (Ores), in Hainault, I. 946

Ortega de Carion, Diego, I. 947.

Ortez (i.e. Orthe), prothonetary de. See Aspremont, R. d'.

Orthe, — d'Aspremont, vicomte d', I. 163 (p. 98).

-, -, his brother. See Aspremont. R.

Orton, Ric., I. g. 802 (91).

Orwell, John, I. 93, 119.

-, -, letter from. I. 93.

Orwelston, Kent. See Orleston.

Orwirke. See O'Rourke.

Osbaldston. Alex., II. g 107 (1).

Osborne (Oseburn), John, ship-captain, comptroller of the King's ships, I. 4, 200, 225, 235 (? "Wm." Oseburne) 434.

-, John, auditor of the Exchequer, I. g. 100 (16).

-, John, I. g. 981 (57) : II. 231 (p. 129).

-, (Osbourne, Oseburne), Wm., I. 235 :—p. 549.

Oseburn. See Osborne.

Oseley, John, I. g. 981 (53).

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

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

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

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

Oseney (Osney), beside Oxford, abbey (supp.), I. p. 549 :—g. 346 (38), 474 (32), 623 (93).

-, -, prior. See Collis, W.

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

Oshaftnes. See O'Shaughnes.

O'Shaughnes
-, (Oshaghenes, Oshaftnes, Ashaftnes), Sir Derby, Irish chief, I. 551, 634, 848
-, II. 231 (p. 127 "Orhastnesse").

-, (Ashaftnes), Wm., to be bp. of Kilmacdugdh, I. 634.

O'Siagail. Conaught, O'Donell's chaplain, I. 650.

Osney. See Oseney.

Ospringe (Hosprenge), Kent, II. 546 (p. 295).

-, vicar of, II. 546 (pp. 320, 335, 375, 377).

Ossett Sands, Yorks., I. g 981 (9).

Ossington (Assyngton). Notts, I. g. 475 (9).

Ossory, Upper-, in Ireland, I. 633-4.

-, lord of. See McGilpatrick, B.

Ostia (Hostia), in Italy, I. 891, 931.

Ostinghanger. See Westonhanger.

Ostriche (Ostriclye), Wm., I. 874.

Ostynghanger. See Westonhanger.

Oteland or Otelande. See Oatlands.

Oteley, Anne, I. g. 981 (50).

-, John, I. g. 981 (50)
-, II. 231 (p. 120).

Otford. Kent
-, I. 436 (ff. 75-6, 78-9, 80), 732
-, II. 231 (p. 124 quater, 128-9, 131).

-, park of, II. 231 (pp. 119, 124, 125).

Othefylde. See Hothfield.

Othole. See O Toole.

Otingall, near St. Omer. II. 13.

Otlande. See Oatlands.

O'Toole (Othole), Bryan, I. 553 (p. 322).

- (Othole), Young Tirlough, slain, I. 553.

Otranto (Otrento), in Italy, I. 758.

Ottelande. See Oatlands.

Otterburn
-, (Otterborn), Sir Adam, of Reidhall, provost of Edinburgh (Sept. 1543), I. 88, 671, 938, 944, 951
-, II. 276, 281, 302 (pp. 170-1), 323 (p. 182), 452, 476, 481, 491, 512.

Otwell. See Johnson, Otwell.

Ouderwyk. See Audruick.

Ouldton, Suff. See Oulton.

Oulescroft, Leic. See Ulvercroft.

Oulmeston, Leic. See Ouston.

Oulton (Ouldton), Suff., I. g. 226 (85).

Oultreleaue, sieur d', captain of Le Crotoy and Rue, I. 250.

Oulveston, Leic. See Ouston.

Oundle
-, (Owndell), Ntht., I. 546 :—p. 545
-, II. g. 449 (1).

Ouston
-, (Oulveston, Oulmeston), Leic., abbey supp.), I. p. 553
-, II. g. 107 (8, 15).

Outlaw (Owtlawe), Adam, captain of a ship, I. 200.

Outlawries, Act for registration of, I. 66 (18).

Ouxley. See Huxley.

Over, Chesh., I. p. 551 quater

Over, Hen., II. 231 (p. 119).

Overburgate. See Burgate.

Overhowlden (Over Howden), in Scotland, II. 422 (p. 225).

Overstone (Oveston, Oviston), Ntht., II. g. 327 (20), 529 (28).

Overton, Wilts, I. g. 981 (56, 77).

Overton, John, II. g. 241 (33), 981 (99).

Over Yssel, in the Low Countries, I. 144.

Oveston, Linc. See Owston.

Oveston, Ntht. See Overstone.

Oving, Suss., I. g. 981 (105).

-, prebend of, (in Chichester cathedral). I. g. 474 (42).

Oviston, Ntht. See Overstone.

Ovyngton, Chr., II. 546 (p. 309).

Owdeby, Leic. See Oadby.

Owdersell. See Audresselles.

Owdyngham. See Audinghen.

Owen
-, George, M.D., I. 436 (f. 48)
-, II. 231 (p. 120).

-, Jasper, II. 307, 538.

-, -, signature of, II. 538.

Ower, Dors., I. 547.

Owndell, Ntht. See Oundle.

Owney (Onaght, Onaughe), in Ireland, I. 633-4, 848.

Owriche. See O'Rourke.

Owston (Owstone, Oveston), Linc., I. 649 :— p. 556.

Owthorn. Yorks., I. g. 802 (90).

Owtinges. See Autingues.

Owtlawe. See Outlaw.

Oxenbridge (Oxenbryge), Jerome, II. 546 (p. 367).

-, Robt., II. 231 (p. 120).

-, Wm., I. 436 (f. 82-4)
-, II. 231 (pp. 128-30).

Oxenden, Mr., II. 546 (p. 358).

-, Wm., I. 436 (f. 75)
-, II. 231 (pp. 128-9).

Oxford
-, (Oxfort), I. 594 :—g. 981 (71)
-, II. 546 (pp. 318-9, 332, 335, 337, 350-1, 353, 368, 371).

-, mayor. See Freurs, W.

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

Oxford University
-, I. 583, 633
-, II. 546 (p. 323).

-, -, charter to, I. g. 981 (71).

-, -, commissary of, I. 583.

-, Christchurch or the King's college or Royal college, (previously Cardinal's college), I. g. 474 (3)
-, II. 546 (p. 334).

-, Gloucester college (supp.), II. 231 (p. 132).

-, Queen's college, I. g. 981 (20-1).

Oxfordshire, I. 703, 832 (pp. 468-9) :—g. 802 (78).

-, and Berks), sheriff of. II. g. 449 (79). See Barantyne. Sir W. (1542-3)
-, Fermour, Wm. (1543-4).

Oxhill (Oxhulffe), Warw., I. g. 981 (38).

Oxley, Simon, priest, II. 546 (p. 310).

Oxney, Isle of, Kent. I. g. 981 (36).

Oxton, Notts, I. g. 226 (54).

Oxynbrigge, Jerome, II. 546 (p. 348). P



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