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'Index: S', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 18 Part 2: August-December 1543 (1902), pp. 540-563. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=76801 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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Sabellianists, I. 538.

Sabsworth, Herts. See Sawbridgeworth.

Sacheverell, Sir Hen., I. g. 226 (25).

-, Mary, I. 66 (c. 39).

-, Wm., I. 66 (c. 39).

Sackville
-, (Sakevyle) Eliz., prioress of Clerkenwell, I. 436 (f. 16)
-, II. 231 (p. 122).

-, (Sakvyle), John, I. g. 100 (23).

-, (Sakvyle), Ric., I. g. 100 (23).

Sacrament of the Altar, II. 546 (pp. 291, 294, 302, 306, 309-12, 314-15, 317, 321, 324, 330-1, 344, 346-7, 359, 363, 366) :—g. 241 (6).

Sacramentaries
-, see also Sacrament and Heresy, I. 287, 538.

Sacre, Wm., II. 546 (p. 301).

Saddleworth (Sadelworth, Saddilworth), Yorks. I. g. 802 (24, 30), 981 (9).

Sadelworth. See Saddleworth.

Sadler (Sadlair, Sadleyr, Saidlare), Sir Ralph. one of the two principal secretaries (until April 1543), master of the Great Wardrobe (12 May 1543), commissioner in Scotland (March to Dec. 1543), present in Council, I. 1, 5, 6.

-, -, letters from, I. 305, 313, 324-5, 338, 348, 355, 366, 370-1, 374, 382, 391, 395, 417-19, 425, 427-8, 435, 448, 458, 465, 482-3, 503, 514, 555-6, 572-3, 584-5, 607, 614, 638-9, 651, 664-5, 677-8, 696-7, 733, 747, 769, 791, 796, 810, 844-5, 869, 880-1, 897, 905, 923, 938, 939-40, 944, 951-3, 966, 974-5
-, II. 1, 6, 14-5, 18, 19, 22, 31, 42, 44, 49-51, 58, 72, 79, 81, 85, 91, 94, 111-12, 127-8, 132-3, 138, 149, 174-6, 188, 202-3, 213-14, 222-3, 238, 255, 257, 275-7, 282-3, 288, 302, 323, 328, 343-4, 350, 353, 359, 364, 367, 373-4, 378-9, 383, 388, 392, 399, 411, 427-8, 440-1, 445-6, 483.

-, -, letters to, I. 220, 270, 278, 302, 318, 323, 334, 364, 400, 402, 455, 479, 535, 734, 813, 834, 935, 971
-, II. 2, 9, 21, 28, 33, 46, 68, 75, 100, 108, 116, 155, 166, 197, 235, 256, 269, 285, 351, 393, 400, 425, 486.

-, -, handwriting of, I. 80, 146, 162, 186, 214, 228, 305 (3)
-, II. 519.

-, -, signature of, I. 80, 108, 123, 127-8, 146, 151, 155, 162, 180, 186, 207, 214, 228, 236-7, 253, 290, 502, 519, 522.

-, -, commission to, I. 834 (2).

-, -, instructions for, I. 271.

-, -, warrant to, II. 517 (2).

-, -, his wife, I. 834, 880.

-, -, other references, I. 105, 238, 269-71, 289-91, 304, 378, 410, 436 (ff. 63, 73, 86), 464, 468, 536, 566 (p. 328), 568, 580, 592 (pp. 342-4), 595, 645, 670, 686, 691, 695, 700, 702, 710 (p. 405), 741, 779, 814, 817, 824, 826, 836, 850, 868, 903, 908, 921, 928-30, 936, 942-3, 945, 949-50, 963-65, 978 :—g. 100 (39), 346 (29, 56), 474 (37), 623 (61), 802 (2), 981 (22)
-, II. 3, 4, 11, 53, 57, 63 (pp, 30-1), 70, 74, 76, 78, 90, 95, 103, 115, 121, 123, 131, 136, 141, 145-6, 154, 159-60, 171, 180-1, 195-6, 198n (pp. 102n., 103), 212 (2), 221, 231 (pp. 119-21, 126), 244, 262, 281, 287, 289, 313-14, 318-19, 331 (p. 188), 361, 397, 408 (p. 219), 410, 414, 422, 429, 433-4, 442-4, 461, 468, 473, 475, 494, 517 (2), 521 :—g. 241 (7).

Sainchevall. See Sevicourt, J. de.

Sainctomer. See St. Omer.

Sainseval. See St. Cheval.

St. Abbes Head, in Scotland, I. 827 (p. 465).

St. Albans
-, (Saynte Albones) Herts, I. g. 802 (9), 981 (95)
-, II. 316.

-, letter dated at, II. 406.

-, grants dated at, II. g. 241 (25), 449 (17, 25-49, 51-63, 65-78), 529 (3-8).

-, adjournment of Law Courts to, II. 316.

-, abbey (supp.), I. 436 (ff. 14, 51, 74) : —g. 226 (79 p. 132), 981 (20-1, 93)
-, II. 231 (pp. 119, 122-4, 131) :—g. 107 (23, 50, 55).

-, -, abbot. See Boreman. R.

-, St. Julian's hospital, I. g. 802 (9).

St. André, Messieurs de ("both the St. Andrew's"), I. 29 (p. 19).

St. Andrews
-, in Scotland, I. 26 (4 p. 16), 104, 391, 418 (p. 247), 458 (p. 274), 479, 482 (p. 291), 510 (p. 303), 555, 572 (pp. 331-2), 592 (p. 344), 652, 664 (p. 385), 670, 691, 696, 733, 844
-, II. 49, 72 (p. 36), 79 (p. 40), 94, 181, 192, 238, 244, 255, 269, 299 (pp. 168-9), 302, 539 (p. 286).

-, letters dated at, I. 494
-, II. 435.

-, abbey or priory of, I. 12, 281 (p. 159).

-, castle, I. 104, 305 (p. 172), 313 (p. 178), 318, 324 (p. 183), 338, 348, 374 (pp. 219-20), 391, 395, 572 (p. 333)
-, II. 94, 255, 428.

St. Andrews, Abp, Of, I. 157, 355 (p. 210). See Betoun Card.

-, -, commissary of. I. 157.

St. Andrews, Abpric. Of, I. 572 (p. 333).

St. Andrew's cross (the English badge), I. 41.

St. Asaph
-, bp. of. See Warton. R.
-, also Barlow, W.

St. Asse (i.e. St. Asaph), bp. of. See Warton. R.

St. Aubyn
-, (Seyntabyn), Thos., sheriff of Cornwall (1543-4), I. g. 226 (10)
-, II. g. 449 (79).

St. Aulbie, M., letter from. II. App. 16.

St. Benet, abbey of. See Hulme, St. Benet's.

St. Boniface. See San Bonifacio.

St. Briavel's (St. Bryavellis), hundred, Glouc., I. g. 802 (58).

Saintbury (Senbury), Glouc., I. g. 981 (39).

St. Cheval (Sainseval), M. de, slain at Binche, I. 898-9.

St. Cheval (Saintchevall), sieur de. See Sevicourt, J. de.

St. Clair (Sinkler), Henry Lord, I. 281.

St. Clair
-, (Sinclar, St. Clere, Seyntclere, Synkler). Oliver, Scottish prisoner, I. 2 (1, 2), 22 (pp. 10, 11), 61, 64 (p. 43), 155, 436 (f. 87), 686, 700, 733, 805
-, II. 72, 74 (p. 38), 231 (p. 126), 440, 476, 481, 491.

-, -, his brother, I. 686.

-, -, his two brothers, prisoners in England, I. 61.

St. Clair (St. Cler, Seyntclere), Alex., Scottish prisoner, I. 2 (2), 805.

- (St. Cler, Seyntclere), James, Scottish prisoner, I. 2 (2), 436 (f. 87), 805
-, II. 231 (p. 126).

St. Clere (Saintcler), Sir John, I. 832 (pp. 467-9).

- (Seyntecler), John, II. g. 107 (64).

-, Oliver, See St. Clair.

St. Columbus, I. of Man. See Arbory.

St. David's, Pemb., cathedral, I. g. 226 (22).

St. David's, bp. of. See Barlow, W.

St. Diey near Blois, in France, letter dated at, I. 82 (?).

St. Dogmael's (Llan Dodagh), co. Pemb., II. g. 449 (26).

-, abbey (supp.), I. 981 (33)
-, II. g. 449 (26).

St. George, the foreland of, II. 541.

St. Germain en Laye (St. Germayns), in France, I. 106, 528.

St. German's, Cornw., I. p. 555.

- priory (supp.), I. p. 555.

St. Helen's (Saynt Ellyns), in the Isle of Wight, letter dated at II. 437.

St. Hillarys, co. Denbigh, I. g. 100 (15).

Saintine, Mons. de, II. 242.

St. Inglebert
-, See under Calais
-, Sandingfield.

St. James [of Compostella], abp. of. See Avalos, C.

St. Jean de Luz, in France, I. 44 (p. 27).

St. Jhon Deer. See Ayr.

St. John, Sir William Paulet Lord, K.G. (23 April 1543), lord Chamberlain of the Household, master of the Wards and of the Woods, present in Council, I. 1, 5, 6, 10, 15, 17, 18, 24, 47, 52, 55, 65, 72, 79, 86, 90, 94, 111, 115, 122, 126, 130, 137, 143, 148, 159, 175, 179, 192, 197, 206, 208, 212, 227, 235, 241, 244, 255, 257, 263, 267, 276, 280, 283, 287, 292, 299, 301, 306, 309, 320, 322, 328, 330, 333, 337, 347, 350, 360, 362, 368, 372, 377, 388, 392-3, 405, 421, 426, 431, 447, 450, 452, 454, 456, 460, 466, 469, 478, 489, 497, 500, 515, 518, 521, 533, 537, 546, 558, 565, 568, 578, 581, 583, 594, 593, 602, 618, 624, 630, 644, 648, 654, 660, 683, 689, 693, 698, 706, 715, 720, 726, 772, 777, 784, 795, 808, 819, 847, 864, 874, 883, 887, 893, 901, 906, 913, 917.

-, -, signature, I. 33, 389, 498, 627, 655, 661, 681, 728, 746, 972 :—g. 100 (37-8), 226 (6, 16, 32, 39, 40, 49, 55, 59, 62, 67, 70, 78, 81), 346 (36), 474 (12), 476 (8, 14), 623 (16, 40, 62, 66), 802 (6, 15, 28, 38, 44, 56-7, 59, 73)
-, II. 29, 65, 83 :—g. 449 (51, 60, 68-9, 71, 77).

-, -, other references, I. 260, 401 451, 594, 603, 719, 803 (2), 804 (1, 18), 805, 865, 901 :—g. 100 (32), 226 (29), 346 (5)
-, II. 231 (p. 123), 516-17 :—g. 327 (3).

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, II. g. 327 (3).

St. John
-, Sir Walter Lindsay, Lord Of, in Scotland (i.e. prior of St. John's of Torphichen), I. 671, 938, 944, 950-1
-, II. 481, 484, 491 (2).

St. John, Agnes, I. g. 226 (19).

-, Sir John, I. 831, 832 (pp. 466, 468) : —g. 226 (8, 19)
-, II. 13, 43, 129, 187, 231 (pp. 119-20), 267, 325.

-, -, signature of, II. 43, 129, 187, 267, 325.

-, Oliver, I. g. 226 (19).

St. John Of Jerusalem, Order Of ("the Religion"), II. 252, 376.

St. John of Jerusalem
-, priory of, in England, and the Order in England (supp. in 1540), I. 436 (f. 52 "St. John's Hospital") :—pp. 545 bis, 547, 549 bis, 551, 553, 555, 557 :—g. 226 (66, 79 pp. 130-1), 346 (3, 66), 475 (3), 623 (4, 7, 79), 802 (19, 23, 26), 981 (13, 18, 20 pp. 529-30, 21, 30, 56-7, 60, 74, 77, 80, 83, 86, 88, 92, 97, 99)
-, II. 231 (pp. 118, 122-3, 132), 406n. :—g. 107 (1, 10, 16, 35, 50, 52, 55, 67), 241 (24, 34), 327 (17, 19), 449 (1, 5), 529 (29).

St. John's, prior of [in Ireland]. See Rawson, Sir J.

St. John's of Jerusalem, lord of, in Scotland. See St. John, lord of.

St. Johnston or St. Johnstones. See Perth.

St. Laurens or St. Laurent, in France, I. 622 (p. 359).

St. Lawrence, Essex, I. g. 802 (89).

St. Leger
-, (Sellynger), Sir Anthony, of the Privy Chamber, Deputy of Ireland, letters from, I. 373, 554, 646, 912
-, II. 165.

-, -, letters to, I. 245, 968
-, II. 105.

-, -, signature of. I. 541, 550-3, 650, 721
-, II. 455.

-, -, licence to come to England, II. 272 :—g. 327 (12).

-, -, other references, I. 451, 508, 553, 633, 635-6, 648, 848, 885, 889-90
-, II. 272, 524 :—g. 327 (12).

-, -, his secretary. See Parker, J.

St. Leger (Sentliger, Sellynger, Selengar), Arthur, prb. of Canterbury, II. 546 (pp. 294, 321-2, 331, 333, 337, 344, 346-7, 349, 356-7, 361-3, 365, 367, 371-2, 378).

-, -, deposition by, II. 546 (p. 378).

- (St. Legier, Seyntleger), John, I. 832 (pp. 467-8) :—g. 802 (37)
-, II. 231 (p. 120).

- (St. Leiger), Robt., brother of Sir Anthony, II. 105, 165, 231 (p. 119).

St. Leurent or St. Laurens, in France, I. 622 (p. 359).

St. Low, —, young, II. 92.

- (Saintclow, Seyntlowe, Seintloo), Sir John, I. 533, 832 (p. 468) :—g. 100 (32)
-, II. 231 (p. 119).

St. Lucar de Barameda (St. Lucas), in Andalusia, I. 14 ii., 231 (p. 136).

St. Malo
-, (Saynt Malowes, Sent Mallowys, St. Maloes), in Brittany, I. 106 (pp. 72-3), 305 (p. 174)
-, II. 23-4, 156.

St. Mariequerque, or St. Mary Kerque, near Calais, I. 593, 600, 647, 656, 667.

St. Martin, Mons., or the Sieur de St. Martin, I. 298, 310.

St. Martin's, by Canterbury, I. 436 (f. 77).

St. Mary Church (Seyntemarychurche) or St. Mary's, Kent, I. p. 554.

St. Mary Cray, Kent. I. g. 981 (83).

St. Mary Overeys. See under Southwark.

St. Mary Spitell. See under London.

St. Maughan (Mavgh'n), co. Monm., I. g. 623 (43 p. 364, 53).

St. Menehould (Sancti Manehildis), in France, letter dated at, II. 183.

St. Michael
-, Order Of, the French king's order, I. 307
-, II. 61 (p. 29).

St. Michael's Mount, II. 541.

St. Nicholas de Valle. See under Salisbury.

St. Ninian's (Saint Rynzanes). See Whithorn : also St. Tronyand.

St. Omer
-, (St. Omez, Sanctomer, Sainctomer, St. Oumer, Sante Homers), in Flanders, I. 50, 112, 120, 216, 233, 242, 249, 256, 265, 375, 486, 600, 619, 773, 786, 798, 840, 852, 870, 882, 979
-, II. 13, 101, 267, 426, 525.

- letter from the governors, I. 242.

- letters dated at, I. 279, 359, 380, 412, 593.

St. Osith's
-, (St. Oussy's, St. Osies), alias Chiche, Essex, I. 701, 722, 747 :—g. 802 (54)
-, II. 231 (p. 131).

-, abbey (supp.), I. p. 557 :—g. 474 (34), 476 (11), 623 (43 p. 364, 53).

-, -, abbot. See Colchester, J.

St. Oswald's priory, Yorks. See Nostell.

St. Oumer. See St. Omer.

St. Ousey's. See St. Osith's.

St. Pancras, Midd., near London, lands named in, II. g. 241 (20).

St. Peter's. See under Canterbury.

St. Peter's Chesell. See under Winchester.

St. Pol, in France, I. 298, 310.

St. Pol, Mons. de, II. 321 (2).

St. Poll (Sayntpoll), George, II. g. 449 (28).

- (Sayntpoll), Joan, II. g. 449 (28).

St. Quentin
-, (St. Quintyn, Sentquintin, St. Quyntynes), in France, I. 144 (p. 88), 622 (p. 359), 687, 787
-, II. 30, 187, 242, 291, 294.

-, letter dated at, II. 347.

St. Riquier, in Picardy, I. 822.

Saint Rynzanes. See Whithorn.

Saints, not authentic, I. 167.

-, prayer to, I. 538.

St. Sebastian's, in Spain, I. 231 (p. 136), 406, 471, 615-16.

St. Sephorin (St. Saphorins), in Dauphine, I. 62 (p. 40).

St. Sexburgh's priory (supp.), in Sheppey, II. g. 107 (36).

St. Souplet (St. Suplere), in Cambresis, II. 129.

St. Stephen's, Herts, I. g. 802 (9).

St. Stephen's (St. Stevyns), Kent, beside Canterbury, II. 546 (pp. 292, 306).

St. Tegvan, co. Anglesea. See Llandegvan.

St. Thomas of Acon. See under London.

St. Thomas's monastery. See under Stafford.

St. Tronyand fast (qu. St. Ninian's?), or the Black fast, I. g. 802 (49).

St. Valeri (St. Valerye, Sainct Wallery), in Picardy, I. 666ii., 822.

-, letter dated at, II. App. 16.

St. Vallery en Caux (St. Waleries in Caulx), in Normandy, I. 40 (2).

St. Waleries. See St. Vallery.

Sakevyll. See Sackville.

Salamancco, an Italian captain, II. 252.

Salcot, Essex, I. g. 100 (10).

Salcot, John, alias Capon, q.v.

Sales, Marg., II. g. 529 (10, 21).

Salisbury or New Sarum, Wilts, I. g. 100 (30), 981 (5).

-, Cathedral, dean. See Vannes, P.

-, -, treasurer of, I. 66 (30). See Robertson, T.

-, Fisherton Anger. See Fisherton.

-, Grey Friars (supp.), I. p. 554.

-, Vaux or Vaus College (scholars of the Vale, St. Nicholas de Valle), supp., I. p. 548 :—g. 226 (79), 981 (5, 67)
-, II. 231 (p. 132).

Salisbury, Bp. Of. See Capon, J.

-, Romish bp. of. See Contarini, G.
-, Peto, W.

-, bpric. of, I. 505n.

Salisbury
-, (Sarum) Margaret Plantagenet Countess Of (executed in 1541), mother of cardinal Pole, I. 67 (6) :—g. 100 (29), 623 (92), 981 (57, 105, 107)
-, II. g. 107 (42, 56), 241 (10), 327 (11, 15), 449 (78).

Salisbury (Salisbery, Salsbere), —, II. 546 (pp. 325-7, 330).

-, Robt., prb. of Rochester, II. g. 529 (15).

Salkeld (Sawkeld), Ric., I. g. 623 (56).

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

Sallusse. See Saluzzo.

Salmeston, Kent, I. p. 554.

Salmon, Edm., I. g. 226 (79 p. 131).

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

- (Sallmon), Thos., I. g. 226 (79 p. 131), 346 (37).

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

Salop. See Shrewsbury.

Salowe Mosse. See Solway Moss.

Salperton, Glouc., I. g. 981 (20 pp. 529-30, 21).

Salsbere. See Salisbury.

Salt
-, I. 29, 49, 91 (pp. 60-1), 373, 646, 781
-, II. 52, 413.

Salt springs, II. g. 449 (29).

Salte, John, I. g. 623 (91).

Salter, Mr. Wm., King's beadman, of Canterbury, II. 546 (pp. 309, 342, 359).

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

-, Thos., I. 436 (f. 29).

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

Saltezborowe. See Salzburg.

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

Saltford, Gregory, I. 620.

Salthaugh (Saltaghe), Yorks., I. pp. 552, 544.

Saltoun (Salton), Wm. lord, signature of, I. 945.

Saltpetre, I. 722, 731.

Saltwood (Saltewod), Kent, park of, II. 231 (pp. 123 bis, 128 bis).

Saluces. See Saluzzo.

Saluzzo (Saluces), in Piedmont, I. 29 (p. 19).

Saluzzo (Sallusse, Saluce), marquis of, II. 403, 457.

Salvago, Henry, of Genoa, I. g. 623 (36).

Salzburg
-, (Saltezborowe) George of, a German captain, I. 961
-, II. 321 (2).

Samborn, John, I. g. 226 (6).

Samer or Samer de Bois (Chamer de Boiez, Sawmeraubois), in the Boulonnois, I. 562, 822.

Samford Peferell. See Sampford Peverell.

Sampford. Essex. I. g. 802 (42).

Sampforde, Oxon. See Sandford.

Sampford Peverell (Samford Peferell), Devon, I. g. 802 (37).

Sampford, John, I. g. 100 (39).

- Steph., I. g. 100 (39).

Sampson, Richard, bp. of Chichester (1536 to 1543), bp. of Coventry and Lichfield (3 March, 1543), I. 66 (30) :—g. 226 (84), 346 (8, 31), 474 (20), 623 (2, 39, 44).

Sampson, Agnes, I. g. 981 (46).

-, John, I. g. 981 (46).

-, Peter, I. g. 623 (53).

-, Wm., I. g. 981 (46).

San Bonifacio
-, (Sainet Boniface) Count Bernardo di, of Verona, I. 422, 566 (p. 328), 662
-, II. 225, 245.

Sancta Crux, Diego de, I. 947.

Sancte Crucis, palacium. See under Edinburgh, Holyrood.

Sanctomer. See St. Omer.

Sancto Segundo. See San Secondo.

Sandall, Yorks., I. g. 981 (65-6, 111).

-, castle, I. 436 (ff. 69, 82) :—pp. 545, 547
-, II. 231 (p. 121).

-, -, captain of. See Wentworth, Sir T.

Sandehoton. See Sand Hutton.

Sandelyns. See Sandilands.

Sandenbourg, at Veere, in Zealand, II. 436.

-, letter dated at, II. 515.

Sanders, Edw., I. g. 226 (38).

Sanderson, Davy, II. App. 14.

Sandersone, John, I. 434.

Sandes, Ant., I. 832 (p. 467).

-, Edw., II. g. 449 (66).

-, John, II. g. 449 (66).

- (Sondes), Robt., II. g. 449 (62).

-, William lord (died in 1540), I. g. 623 (91).

- (Sondes), Wm., II. 231 (p. 120) :—g. 449 (62).

Sandford (Standford) or Sampford alias Temple Cowley, Oxon, I. g. 623 (23).

-, preceptory (supp.), of St. John, I. g. 346 (38), 981 (56-7, 77)
-, II. g. 529 (29).

Sandford (Sandforth, Sandffort, Sandefurth, Saunforde), Thos., II. 195 (2, 3), 339 343, 349, 361, 383, 469.

-, -, signature of, II. 195 (2, 3).

Sandgate (Sandgage), Kent, castle, II. 231 (pp. 121, 128).

-, -, captain. See Keys, R.

Sandhurst (Sandehurst), Berks, I. p. 558.

Sand Hutton (Sandehoton), Yorks., I. g. 623 (5).

Sandic, in France. See St. Diey.

Sandilands
-, Sir Jas., laird of Calder, I. 810, 844
-, II. 425.

Sandon, Sir Wm., sheriff of Lincolnshire (1543-4), II. g. 449 (79).

-, Wm., I. g. 623 (28).

Sandridge (Sandrige), Herts, I. g. 981 (95).

Sandwich
-, Kent, I. g. 623 (36)
-, II. 546 (pp. 299, 305, 353, 378) :—g. 449 (73).

-, St. Clement's, II. 546 (p. 311).

-, St. James's II. 546 (p. 311).

-, St. Mary's, II. 546 (p. 311).

-, -, vicar of, II. 546 (p. 311).

Sandwich, Wm., alias Gardiner, q.v.

Sanker, in Scotland. See Sanquhar.

Sannyngfeld. See under Calais.

Sanquhar (Sanker), in Scotland, II. 237 (2. p. 139).

- See also Hamilton of S.

Sanquhare, in Scotland. See Crichton, of S.

Sam Remo, in Savoy, I. 738.

San Secondo
-, (Sansegond, Sancto Segundo), Petro Maria count of, I. 29 (p. 19)
-, II. 347.

Sante Homers. See St. Omer.

Santon Church (Kyrke Saynton), I. of Man, I. p. 557.

Sapcottes, Edw., I. g. 623 (4, 13).

-, Sir Ric., I. g. 981 (97).

Sapercotes, in Elmley Park, Worc., II. g. 241 (9).

Sapley Forest, Hunts, II. 231 (p. 132).

Saragossa, in Spain, I. 231, 406.

Saravalle. See Serravalle.

Sardinia, II. 454.

Sarles. See Serles.

Sarratt (Sarret), Herts, I. g. 981 (20-1).

Sarrnay, M. de, letter from, I. 932.

Sarum. See Salisbury.

Sarum use, books of, I. g. 100 (31).

Saunder, John, I. 436 (f. 24).

-, Wm., II. 546 (pp. 301-2).

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

-, Edw., serjeant at law, I. g. 226 (9).

-, Hugh, rector of St. Mary Matfelon, London, I. g. 623 (53).

-, Thos., I. 832 (p. 467) :—p. 556.

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

Saunderson, John, II. g. 529 (29).

Saunforde. See Sandford.

Savage, Eliz., prioress of the Minories, II. 231 (p. 122).

Savell
-, (Sayvylle, Savil), Sir Henry, one of the Council of the North, I. 43, 272, 649
-, II. 11, 34.

-, -, signature of, I. 272, 649
-, II. 34.

- (Sayvell), Nic., I. g. 802 (71).

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

Saverey or Saverie
-, Ric., I. g. 981 (33)
-, II. 231 (p. 120).

Savernake forest, Wilts, I. g. 802 (19).

Savona (Savone), in Italy, I. 615.

Savoy
-, I. 754 (4)
-, II. 61 (p. 30), 97.

Savoy
-, Charles II. Duke Of, I. 29 (p. 19), 62 (p. 40), 397, 406 (3), 582 (2), 622 (p. 359), 754 (4)
-, II. 61 (p. 29), 86, 251, 261.

-, -, his son. See Piedmont, Prince of.

Savoy, Master of the, I. 832 (p. 468).

Savyn, Wm., serjeant at arms, II. 231 (p. 120).

Sawbridgeworth (Sabsworth), Herts, I. 980.

Sawford, Wm., I. g. 226 (38).

Sawier. See Sawyer.

Sawkeld. See Salkeld.

Sawmeraubois. See Samer.

Sawyer (Sawier), Thos., II. 546 (p. 299).

Saxby, Leic., I. p. 550.

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

Saxelby (Saxilbie), Linc., II. g. 327 (17).

Saxilbie. See Saxelby.

Saxlingham, Norf., I. 66 (c. 47).

Saxony, II. 385.

Saxony
-, John Frederic Duke Of, Elector, I. 243, 519 (2), 563
-, II. 20, 73, 96, 126, 150.

Saxony
-, Duke Maurice Of, I. 459
-, II. 345.

Saxony, Duke Philip of, II. 345.

Saxson, Peter, II. g. 107 (18).

Saxstead, Suff., I. g. 623 (12).

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

Sayer, John, I. g. 100 (37).

-, Marg., I. g. 100 (37).

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

-, Wm., I. g. 100 (37).

Sayne. See Seine.

Sayntmour. See Seymour.

Sayvell or Sayvylle. See Savell.

Scalbye, Linc. See Scawby.

Scaleby (Skaylby), Cumb., II. 173 (2).

Scarborough (Skarburgh), Yorks., I. 141, 908.

Scarisbrick (Skaiesbrek), Lanc., II. g. 107 (1).

Scarlett, Joan, I. p. 553.

-, John, I. p. 553.

-, Marg., I. p. 553.

Scarning (Skernyng), Norf., &c., II. g. 449 (4).

Scarthingwell (Skardingwell), Yorks., II. g. 107 (67).

Scate Roode. See Skate Rode.

Scaw (Skuawe), the, in Jutland, II. 152.

Scawby (Scalbye), Linc., I. p. 551.

Scepperus (Sckepperus, Schepperus, Skypperus, Shepperius), Cornelius, of the Emperor's Council, II. 20, 97, 113, 129, 140, 156, 161, 167, 178.

Schauenburg (Schawenburgh), Adolph von, coadjutor to the bp. of Cologne, II. 177, 179 (2).

Sche . . . ., a German colonel, II. 321 (2).

Schepperus. See Scepperus.

Scherborow. See Cherbourg.

Schether. See Shether.

Schey. See Mocheny.

Schier or Schiere. See Shiere.

Schore
-, (Score, Scory, Scorye), Dr. Louis, president of the Council of Flanders, I. 491, 544, 563, 588-9, 690, 722 p. 409, 731, 743-4, 756, 829, 969
-, II. 20, 55-6, 84, 97, 129, 140, 162, 230.

-, -, letter from, I. 744.

-, -, letters to, I. 491, 493.

Schore, Agnes, I. g. 981 (14).

-, Nic., I. g. 981 (14).

Sckepperus. See Scepperus.

Sclatter, Thos., S.T.B., prb. of St. Stephen's, II. g. 449 (9).

Sclavonia
-, (Slovania), a part of Hungary, I. 449
-, II. 163.

Scoles juxta Sutton. Lanc., II. g. 107 (1).

Sconcrost, —, I. 52.

Scoos, John, I. g. 981 (12).

Score. See Schore.

Scorston, Norf. See Sco Ruston.

Sco Ruston (Scorston, Scoruston), Norf., II, g. 449 (18).

Scory (Store, Skore), John (afterwards Bishop), preacher of Canterbury, and his preaching, II. 546 (pp. 298, 301-5, 308, 314, 317, 321-2, 329, 331, 334, 337, 339, 341, 346-7, 349-50, 352-4, 356-7, 361-7, 372-4, 376, 378).

Scory, President. See Schore.

Scotfold. See Stotfold.

Scotland and the Scots
-, passim
-, also I. g. 984 (48).

-, brief to the governors of, I. 319.

Admiral, I. 28. See Maxwell, lord.

Ambassadors in :—

French envoys, I. 29, 30, 106, 313, 374 (p. 220), 566 (p. 328), 570, 608, 754 (3), 966 (p. 519), 974. See also La Brossé and Mesneige, J.

Papal legate, II. 471-2. See Grimani, M.

Borders. See below Marches.

Chamberlain of. See Fleming, lord.

Chancellor of, I. 104, 140, 220, 281 (p. 160). See Dunbar, G.
-, also Betoun, David.

Charterhouse (Chartreux) in. See under Perth.

Church and clergy of (the bishops, Kirkmen), I. 31, 56, 62 (p. 39), 64, 81, 105, 124, 139, 152, 155, 157, 161, 172, 174, 191, 222, 253, 261, 271 (p 154), 281 (p. 159), 285-6, 305 (1, 2), 318-19, 324 (p. 183), 325, 334 (p. 188), 348, 364, 374, 378, 391, 402, 418 (p. 247), 425 (p. 251), 427 (p. 253), 435, 448, 455 (p. 271), 465, 482, 494, 510 (p. 303), 535, 555, 572, 592 (p. 344), 652, 670, 677, 745, 753, 801, 835, 958
-, II. 49, 79, 85, 94 (p. 46), 116, 133, 181, 188, 203, 223, 235 (p. 135), 364, 476, 483, 539.

-, a convocation at St. Andrews, I. 510 (p. 303), 555, 572 (p. 332), 592 (p. 344), 638, 664 (p. 385).

Clerk of Register, I. 281. See Foulis, J.

College of Justice, I. 281 (p. 159)
-, II. 498.

Comptroller. See Menzies, T.

Council Of, I. 1, 4, 7 (1, 2), 8, 11, 12, 16, 22, 26 (1, 4), 32, 37, 64, 88, 96, 106, 140, 174, 261, 268, 271 (p. 154), 273, 281 (pp. 158, 160), 303, 305 (p. 172), 313, 374 (p. 220), 391, 395, 402 (p. 237), 410, 425 (pp. 250-1), 427, 448, 458 (pp. 273-4), 465, 482 (pp. 292-3), 592 (p. 343), 638-9, 671, 677, 694, 697, 749, 753, 827 (pp. 464-5), 834, 868, 944, 950-2, 966, 971, 974
-, II. 2, 14 (p. 7), 18, 33, 72, 174, 188, 202, 235, 255-6, 295, 363, 482, 484, 491, 505, 522-3.

-, letter to, I. 7.

-, appointment of Councillors, I. 281.

-, proposed council, I. 835 (2).

Court of, I. 81, 220, 324 (p. 138), 418, 425 (p. 250), 427 (p. 253), 458 (p. 274), 503, 566 (p. 328), 670, 944, 950
-, II. 357, 521.

Dowager of. See Mary of Guise.

Fortresses of. See below, Strongholds.

Frenchmen in, I. 156.

French soldiers for, I. 601.

Friars in, II. 281.

English party in, secret device with, I. 835. See also Scottish prisoners.

English prisoners of, I. 580, 584, 592 (p. 343), 595, 686, 691, 694-5, 697, 700, 733, 741, 748, 769, 779, 805 (p. 458), 836
-, I. 63.

English rebels and fugitive traitors in, I. 26 (p. 16).

Governor of. See Arran, earl of.

Governorship of, I. 577, 868.

Great Justice. See Argyle, Earl.

heralds of, I. 108, 425 (p. 250).

- See also Lindsay
-, Ross
-, Rothesay
-, Snowdon.

heretics (Lutherans) and heresy, I. 324 (p. 183), 494, 528, 652, 677, 897
-, II. 299, 416, 498.

Highlands of, I. 366 (p. 216), 572 (p. 332), 664, 810, 952
-, II. 79 (p. 40), 128, 255.

history of under Albanactus, son of Brutus, II. 539 (p. 286).

Irishmen in ("cattericks," "catterelles"), I. 88, 391 (p. 230), 664
-, II. 58, 79 (p. 40), 487, 539, 541 ("wild Scots").

Isles, I. 238, 355, 366 (p. 216), 391 (p. 230)
-, II. 468 ("the Ile"), 539 (1, 2).

Justice Clerk, I. 281, 749. See Bellenden, T.

Legate to (1543). See Grimani, M.

lords of, I. 12, 88, 271 (p. 154), 316, 323, 395 (p. 232), 652, 690, 707.

Marches or Borders, I. 7, 11, 23, 25, 27-8, 37, 43-4, 64 (p. 43), 188, 198, 210, 213, 215, 228, 230, 251, 253, 277, 305 (p. 170), 318, 323, 348, 355 (p. 210), 418, 425, 432, 435, 455 (pp. 270, 272), 467-8, 482 (p. 293), 483, 503, 514, 572 (p. 332), 592, 639, 695, 700, 761, 764, 768, 791, 799, 804, 817, 850, 868, 908, 923-4, 930, 935-7, 939-40, 942-4, 948, 951, 958-9, 963-4, 978
-, II. 29, 49, 63, 70, 74 (p. 38), 75, 103, 108, 110, 112, 119, 131, 145, 170, 172, 185, 195-6, 202-3, 207-9, 213-14, 217, 221, 223, 234, 235 (p. 134), 236, 257, 283, 286, 295, 323 (p. 182), 324, 340, 345, 349, 357-8, 370 (pp. 204-5), 408 (p. 219), 422-3, 450-1, 469, 527, 540.

-, English garrison in, I. 13, 19, 43 (pp. 25-6), 58-9, 90, 123, 139, 172, 198, 209, 214, 228, 230, 236-7, 251, 291, 304, 434, 436 (ff. 85, 89), 523, 536, 592 (p. 344), 596, 670, 765, 937, 943
-, II. 3, 11, 63, 90, 131, 145-6, 159-60, 180-1, 195, 208, 231 (p. 130), 236, 262, 307, 319, 324, 361, 372, 408, 423, 433, 461, 511, 519, 540.

-, -, treasurer of. See Uvedale, J.

-, English pensioners in, I. 58, 592 (p. 343), 670, 799, 800 (p. 445) :—g. 981 (52).

-, -, paymastership of, I. 592 :— g. 981 (52).

-, lieutenant of. See Suffolk, duke (Jan. 1543).

-, laws. II. 63.

-, raids, I. 141, 146, 153, 161, 186, 191, 207, 215, 219, 237-9, 253, 291
-, II. 202, 208-9, 213-14, 223, 234, 235 (pp. 135-6), 236 (3, 4), 239, 263, 286, 297-8, 308-9, 319, 339, 372, 422-3, 443-4, 469.

-, Scottish rulers or wardens, I. 4, 140, 580, 585, 749, 768, 903, 923-4
-, II. 14.

-, warden of, I. 464, 592, 741. See Lisle, lord (until April, 1543)
-, also Parr, lord (April, 1543).

-, Wharton's opinion, I. 799.

-, East, I. 19, 22 (p. 11), 482 (p. 292), 514, 580, 592 (p. 343), 614, 681, 764, 799, 800
-, II. 9, 146, 159-60, 169iii., 180, 192, 195, 236 (4), 372, 538.

-, -, English deputy-warden. See Evers, Sir W.

-, -, Scottish deputy-warden, I. 8. See Hume, George.

-, -, names and distances of places along the East and Middle marches, II. 538.

-, Middle, I. 19, 22 (p. 11), 58, 432, 567, 580, 592, 614, 681, 799, 800
-, II. 159-60, 80, 195, 236 (3, 4), 538.

-, -, English deputy-warden. See Ratcliff, Sir C.
-, Evers, Sir R.

-, -, Scottish warden. See Kerr, W.

- West, I. 19, 22 (p. 11), 146, 458 (p. 274), 482 (p. 292), 592 (p. 343), 614, 799, 800 (p. 445), 826, 843, 935
-, II. 9, 63, 170, 172-3, 192, 195, 207, 213 (p. 112), 234, 236 (3), 262, 349.

-, -, English deputy-warden. See Wharton, Sir T.

-, -, Scottish warden. See Maxwell, lord.

monasteries, I. 364, 801.

musters for war against. See Musters.

North of, I. 881.

"numbers of men" for an invasion of, II. 237.

Parliament (Estates, Three Estates) of, I. 4, 22, 104, 124, 173, 204, 210, 238-9, 253, 261, 264, 269-71, 281, 285-6, 288-91, 300, 302-3, 305 (1, 2), 313, 316-18, 324, 334, 364 (p. 214), 366, 374 (p. 219), 390 (p. 228), 391, 395, 402 (pp. 236-7), 418 (p. 247), 427, 448, 458, 501, 566 (p. 328), 577, 671, 880, 944, 951-2, 966, 971
-, II. 14, 21-2, 46, 49, 76, 79, 116, 154, 198, 202, 213 (p. 112), 235 (pp. 134-5), 255, 282, 286, 299, 313-14, 343, 357, 363, 393, 399, 422, 425, 440, 445, 461 (p. 251), 468-9, 482-3, 486-7, 494, 499, 505, 522.

- meeting, I. 264, 273, 281, 671
-, II. 452, 470, 474, 476, 481, 484, 491, 498.

James, prince of (born 1540, died April 1541), II. 231 (p. 125).

Protector or Governor of. See Arran, earl.

Queen Of. See Mary Queen of Scots.

Queen Dowager Of. See Mary of Guise.

Queen's advocate, I. 281. See Lauder, H.

Seal of, I. 214.

Secretary of, I. 268, 271 (pp. 154-5), 281, 324. See Erskine, Sir T.
-, Balnavis, H.

Strongholds or fortresses of. I. 7 (2), 19, 22-3, 25, 37, 57, 271, 273, 305 (pp. 170, 172), 374 (p. 220), 400, 402 (p. 237), 425 (pp. 250-1), 479, 570, 974
-, II. 2, 68, 70, 74, 79 (p. 40), 93-4, 111, 119, 181, 244, 255, 269, 275 (3), 282, 358, 450 (p. 245), 523.

Treasurer of, I. 281. See Kirkcald

Treaties of peace and marriage with (1 July, 1543), I. 273, 348, 355, 366, 374, 390 (p. 228), 400, 402 (1, 6), 425 (pp. 250-1), 427, 435, 458, 465, 479 (1, 2), 482, 495, 501-2, 509-10, 534 (p. 312), 535, 577, 638, 664, 670-1, 690, 694, 719, 746-7, 791, 795, 804, 812, 817, 834-6, 850, 865, 868, 880-1, 897, 908, 929, 935, 942, 944, 948, 950-2, 957-8, 963-4, 966, 973-4, 978
-, II. 2, 9, 14, 16, 18, 21-2, 30, 33, 39, 46, 48, 68, 70, 72 (p. 36), 75-9, 85, 88, 94-5, 97, 104, 111, 132, 138, 146, 149, 154, 170, 172, 174, 181, 184, 188, 195, 198, 202-3, 207, 213-14, 223, 235, 238-9, 255, 281, 286, 295, 313, 331 (p. 188), 357, 363, 414, 442, 450 (p. 245), 468, 481, 486, 498, 510, 522-3.

-, the text, I. 804.

-, commissions, I. 502, 719.

-, articles which the King thinks reasonable, I. 479 (2).

-, Scottish claims, I. 273.

-, Scottish answer to Sir George Douglas's message, I. 671.

-, Arran's ratification, I. 834 (2), 880
-, II. 9, 14, 21, 28, 48-9, 68, 75-9, 116, 481, 486 (p. 263).

-, -, the documents, II. 76.

-, Henry VIII.'s ratification (never made), II. 78-9, 85, 115-16, 363, 481, 486 (p. 263).

-, pledges or hostages required, I. 479 (2), 482, 577, 664, 671, 791, 804 (2), 805 (p. 458), 834, 836, 844, 865, 897, 914, 951, 966
-, II. 14, 21, 28, 49, 63, 68, 70, 74, 77, 79, 85, 88, 115-16, 138, 146, 188, 198, 213-14, 223, 235 (p. 134), 239, 281, 486 (p. 263), 523.

Treaties with France, I. 62, 105, 305, 324 (pp. 183-4), 325, 334 (p. 188), 366 (p. 216), 402 (p. 237), 458, 479 (2), 482, 566, 577
-, II. 302, 435, 481-2, 499.

-, (of 15 Dec. 1543), II. 499.

Truce or abstinence of war with, I. 7, 16, 64, (p. 43), 81, 109, 128-9, 132, 139-40, 152, 155, 161, 172-3, 180, 186, 188-9, 198, 204, 207, 214-5, 219, 228, 230, 237-9, 251, 395 (p. 233), 567, 580, 585, 592 (pp. 342-4), 607, 614, 638, 677 (p. 391), 686, 691, 694-5, 761, 769, 779, 942, 957-8.

-, the document, I. 132 (2, 3).

-, -, acceptance, I. 189.

Scots in England
-, I. 129
-, II. 540.

-, spies, I. 141, 153.

Scots, individual, I. 154, 206, 220, 375, 379-80, 390 (p. 228), 391, 432, 529, 640, 648, 652, 660, 686, 702, 762, 764, 779, 800 (p. 445) :—g. 623 (68).

-, repairing into France for health, I. 370-1.

Scots, soldiers, I. 707.

Scott, Gilbert, of Dieppe, I. 839.

-, Hen., of Edinburgh, I. 839.

- (Scot), James, notary, II. 76.

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

-, Michael, II. 422 (p. 225).

-, Sir Raynold, II. 546 (p. 362).

- (Scot), Sir Robt., II. 208

-, Sir Walter, lord of Buccleuch (Bucleughe, Bucleugh, Buckleugh, Bukclewghe, Balcleuch), or of Branxholme, I. 27, 104, 140, 220, 228-9, 238, 281, 592 (p. 344), 897, 904-5, 910, 923-4, 945, 975
-, II. 131, 181, 209, 274, 295, 319, 332, 422 (p. 225), 469, 484, 523.

-, -, signature of, I. 945.

-, -, his son, I. 27.

-, Wm., letter of attorney to, I. 839.

Scottish character, I. 22 (p. 11), 26 (4 p. 16), 343.

Scottish heralds. See under Scotland.

Scottish prisoners
-, (taken at Solway Moss and allowed home upon pledges to return when called for) and other Scotsmen bound to Henry VIII., I. 1, 2, 3, 7 (1, 2), 9, 11, 12, 15, 19, 22-3, 25, 37-9, 43, 44 (pp. 29, 32), 60-1, 62 (p. 39), 64 (p. 43), 80-1, 87 (p. 57), 88, 96, 102, 104-5, 118, 124, 140, 146, 150 (p. 92), 155 (p. 95), 173, 186, 198, 204, 215, 229, 239, 271, 277, 290, 305 (p. 174), 317, 348, 366, 402 (p. 237), 425 (p. 251), 432, 436 (f. 87), 455 (p. 271), 458 (p. 274), 464, 482 (pp. 291-2), 577, 592 (p. 344), 664, 671, 686, 691, 694, 697, 700, 706, 733, 747-8, 769, 791, 805, 826, 834, 836, 838, 844, 850, 957
-, II. 33, 49, 58, 63 (pp. 30-1), 68 (pp. 33-4), 70, 72, 74, 75, 79, 116, 133, 185, 213 (p. 112), 223, 231 (p. 126), 235 (g. 135), 450 (p. 245), 486 (p. 263), 505, 521-2.

-, articles proponed to, I. 37.

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

-, list of prisoners (with their pledges), I. 2, 61.

-, -, (with value of their lands), I. 2 (2).

-, -, (with taxation of their ransom), I. 805.

-, their hostages or pledges, I. 22 (2), 60-1, 64 (p. 43), 87 (p. 57)
-, II. 63 (p. 31), 72, 116, 159, 180, 185, 450 (p. 245).

-, their oath to Henry VIII., I. 22 (2-5).

Scotts
-, (Scottes) the Scottish family, I. 670, 937
-, II. 70, 133, 319, 510.

Scotus. See Alesius.

Scrayingham
-, (Skreingham, Skrayngham), Yorks., I. g. 226 (66)
-, II. g. 241 (28).

Scremby, Linc., I. g. 623 (28).

Screnwood (Scrinwood), Nthld., II. 538.

Screpulbye. See Scrivelsby.

Screvyne. See Scriven.

Screysbye. See Scrivelsby.

Scrinwood. See Screnwood.

Scripture, the. See Bible.

Scrivelsby (Screysbye, Screylsbye, Screpulbye), Linc., II. g. 327 (17).

Scriven (Screvyne), Thos., mayor of Calais (1542-3), I. 311.

Scrope, John Lord, of Bolton, I. 175.

Scudamore
-, Jas., sheriff of Herefordshire (1543-4), I. g. 476 (7)
-, II. g. 449 (79).

- (Scudamour, Scudeamore), John, I. g. 100 (22), 226 (84)
-, II. 231 (pp. 119, 121n) :—g. 107 (22).

- (Scudeamore), Ric., I. 436 (f. 87)
-, II. 231 (p. 126).

Scyssell. See Cecil.

Scythian words in Scripture, I. 610.

Seaford (Sefford), Suss., incorporation with Hastings, II. g. 107 (17).

Searles. See Serles.

Seasalter (Sesalter), Kent, II. g. 241 (7), 327 (7).

Seaton (Seton), near Bootle, Cumb., nunnery (supp.), I. p. 549.

Sebergham (Sebreham), Cumb., I. g. 623 (81).

Sebertofte. See Sibbertoft.

Sebreham. See Sebergham.

Secole, Robt., I. g. 981 (7).

Secretary, Mr. See Sadler, Sir R.

Sedbergh (Sedbarre, Settbeare), Yorks., I. g. 981 (26, 34).

Sederyngton, Yorks. See Settrington.

Sedley, Wm., II. g. 449 (79).

Sedsalle manor, Derb., I. 66 (c. 44).

Sedserf, John, I. 308.

Sefford, Suss. See Seaford.

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

Segna, in Hungary, II. 163.

Segwyke, Chr., I. p. 549.

Seine, the French river, I. 416.

Seine Head (Sayne Head) alias Chief de Caulx, in Normandy, I. 40 (2).

Seint. See Steint (St).

Seintloo. See St. Low.

Seizincote (Sesyncote), Glouc., I. g. 226 (79).

Sekford, Thos., I. g. 226 (85).

Selby, Yorks, I. g. 346 (29).

-, abbey (supp.), I. 436 (f. 43) :—g. 346 (29)
-, II. g. 107 (67).

Selby (Soulbie, Selbie), Geo., II. 307-8.

-, John, I. 436 (f. 3)
-, II. g. 241 (31).

Sele, Suss. See Beeding.

Selengar. See St. Leger.

Selkirk (Selkrige, Selkrig), in Scotland, II. 236 (3), 332.

Selles (Zelles), in the Boulonnois, I. 562.

Sellinge, Kent, II. 546 (p. 306).

-, vicar of. See Browne, R.

Sellynger. See St. Leger.

Selonde. See Zealand.

Selston, Notts, I. g. 981 (57).

Selwyn, Wm., I. g. 981 (21 p. 531).

Semel. See Seymour.

Semer. See Seymour.

Semer, Suff., II. g. 107 (34).

Semple or Sempill
-, (Sympill), William lord, I. 305 (2)
-, II. 76.

Semple
-, (Symple), —, a Scot, I. 186
-, II. 70, 173, 417.

-, -, his children, I. 186.

Sempringham
-, (Sempyngham), master of, or of the Gilbertine Order, I. g. 981 (99)
-, II. 231 (p. 119).

Semy. See Chimay.

Senbury, Glouc. See Saintbury.

Sendren, Thos., I. g. 981 (56).

Senght, Jevan, I. g. 226 (43).

Senis. See Sienna.

Senover, Derb. See Seynour.

Senowes, Alice, I. 436 (f. 4).

Sentliger. See St. Leger.

Sentquintin. See St. Quentin.

Sepulture or sepulchre, kneeling at the, II. 546 (pp. 307, 312, 316).

Sepuse, John Sigismund Count Of, claimant of Hungary, son of "King John," II. 60.

Sere, Wm., I. g. 802 (27).

Serle, John, I. g. 474 (24).

Serles (Serls, Serlys, Searles), Robt., vicar of Lenham, preacher at Canterbury, II. 546 (pp. 291, 295, 297, 299, 302-3, 316-17, 319-27, 330-1, 333-5, 337, 339, 341, 344-58, 361-8, 371-8).

-, -, letter from, II. 546 (p. 336).

-, -, interrogatories for, II. 546 (pp. 333, 335).

-, -, -, his answers, II. 546 (pp. 334-5).

-, -, statement by, II. 546 (p. 331).

-, -, his servant Robert, II. 546 (pp. 332, 336).

Sernehaye, in Trull, Soms., I. g. 346 (37).

Serravalle (Saravalle), in Italy, I. 673.

Serris, Mons. de, of Liege, II. 20 (p. 10).

Servington, Nic., II. 231 (p. 119).

Sesalter. See Seasalter.

Sesforth (i.e. Cessford), laird of. See Kerr, W.

Sesyncote. See Seizincote.

Seth, Mr., II. 546 (p. 306).

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

Sethe, John, II. g. 241 (7).

Seton
-, (Selton, Setoun, Seyton, Seytoun), George lord, of Scotland, I. 129, 161, 281 (pp. 158-9), 313 (p. 178), 318, 338, 348, 391, 395 (pp. 231-3), 418 (p. 247), 577, 664, 670, 805
-, II. 42, 49, 76, 181.

-, -, his daughters, II. 181.

Seton, Walter, laird of Touch, q.v.

Settbeare. See Sedbergh.

Setton. See Seton.

Settrington (Sederyngton), Yorks., II. 534.

Seven Hundreds, the, Kent, II. 546 (p. 324).

Sever, Wm., I. g. 226 (75).

Severn, river, I. p. 557.

-, -, Act for preservation of, I. 66 (13)
-, II. 211 (p. 110).

Sevicourt, Jean de, sieur de St. Cheval (Sainchevall), captain of Ardres, I. 40, 97, 112, 211, 216, 252, 485, 898.

-, -, letter from, I. 486.

Seville, in Spain, I. 84, 231 (p. 136).

Seville, Cardinal OF. See Loaysa, G.

Sevington, Kent, II. 546 (pp. 313, 317) :—g. 449 (11).

Sevington St. Mary, Soms., I. g. 226 (4).

Sewell, Ranulph, I. g. 100 (12).

Sewester. See Sewster.

Sewethen. See Sweden.

Sewisterne, Leic. See Buckminster Sewstern.

Sewster
-, (Sewester), John, attorney of the Court of Wards, sheriff of Essex and Herts (1543), signature, I. g. 100 (38), 226 (6, 16, 31-2, 39, 40, 55, 59, 62, 67, 70, 78, 81), 346 (36), 474 (12), 476 (8, 14), 623 (16, 40, 62), 802 (15, 44, 57, 59), 981 (63)
-, II. g. 449 (51, 60, 68-9, 71, 77).

-, -, other references, I. g. 100 (23), 623 (97)
-, II. 231 (pp. 119-20) :—g. 327 (19), 449 (16, 66-7).

- (Sewester), Wm., II. g. 327 (19).

Sewthen. See Sweden.

Sextendale, Yorks. See Thixendale.

Seycill. See Cecil.

Seymour, Sir Edward. See Hertford, Earl Of.

Seymour
-, Jane, Queen (May 1536, to 24 Oct. 1537), I. 259 (p. 149), 436 (f. 83)
-, II. 231 (126).

-, -, lands of, I. g. 100 (25), 226 (3, 15, 44, 52, 94), 346 (23, 35, 41, 43, 476 (7, 24), 623 (21), 802 (74, 82), 981 (37, 85, 90)
-, II. g. 107 (12, 23).

-, -, auditorship of, I. g. 981 (37).

Seymour
-, (Semel, Sayntmour, Seymer, Semer), Sir Thomas, ambassador to Mary of Hungary (May to July, 1543), marshal of the English army in Flanders, Hertford's youngest brother, letters from, I. 14, 527, 564
-, II. 55, 161, 167.

-, -, letters to, I. 42, 559-60, 606, 621, 690, 735, 744, 773
-, II. 178.

-, -, signature of, I. 512, 526, 544, 563, 588-9, 608, 629, 658, 722, 731, 742-3, 756, 762, 766, 771, 798, 822, 829
-, II. 12, 43, 65, 129, 187, 267, 325.

-, -, instructions for, I. 473.

-, -, other references, I. 259 (p. 148), 288, 436 (f. 82), 473, 491-3, 525, 534, 570, 582, 757, 759 (p. 428), 816, 828, 831, 832 (pp. 466, 468 bis, 469-70), 873 (? "Sir Edw."), 879, 882, 911, 960 :—p. 549 :—g. 623 (42), 981 (10)
-, II. 13, 45, 56, 65, 84, 92, 231 (pp. 120, 126 bis), 292, 294, 384-5, 420 (p. 224), 517.

Seymour (Semer), Davy, I. 327 (2).

-, Sir Edw., I. 873. Qu. Sir Thomas Seymour, q.v.

Seynour alias Senover, Derb., I. g. 107 (50).

Seyntabyn. See St. Aubyn.

Seyntclere. See St. Clair.

Seyntecler. See St. Clere.

Seyntmawre, lord, II. g. 241 (25).

Seyntmayn, —, a French gentleman captured at Landrechies, II. 320.

Seyntyll, —, II. 293.

Seyton. See Seton.

Shackerley
-, (Shakerley), Geoff., I. g. 981 (38)
-, II. 231 (p. 120) :—g. 107 (38).

- (Shaklady), Marg., I. 436 (f. 29).

- (Shakelady), Roland, I. g. 346 (66).

Shadwell, Norf., II. g. 529 (1).

Shaftesbury
-, Dors., abbey (supp.), I. 436 (f. 60) :—g. 802 (47)
-, II. g. 529 (11).

Shakelady. See Shackerley.

Shakelwell. See under Hackney.

Shakerley. See Shackerley.

Shaklady. See Shackerley.

Shalwey, Ric., I. 294ii.

Shamell hundred, Kent, I. 66 (c. 41).

Shankes, John, I. g. 623 (43).

Shannon (Shynian, Shenan, Shenon), the Irish river, I. 541, 633-4 :—g. 981 (2, 3).

Shapp or Shap
-, (Sharpe, Shappe), Westmld., I. g. 981 (26)
-, II. g. 327 (16), 449 (17).

-, abbey (supp.), I. 436 (f. 56) :—g. 981 (26)
-, II. 395.

Shapwick (Shapwyk), Soms., I. g. 226 (77), 623 (78).

Sharington
-, Wm., I. g. 226 (5)
-, II. 231 (pp. 119-21) :—g. 107 (47), 529 (11).

Sharnbrook
-, (Sharnebroke, Shernebroke), Beds., I. p. 547
-, II. g. 449 (50).

Sharnefold, Suss., I. g. 802 (54).

Sharpe priory. See Shapp.

Sharpe, John, I. g. 474 (30).

-, Ric., I. 436 (f. 76).

Shatevo Cambersaye. See Chateau en Cambresis.

Shawbury (Shaburye), Salop, II. g. 449 (52).

Shawe, Berks, I. g. 981 (46).

Shawe, Lancelot, I. g. 981 (21).

-, Wm., I. 436 (f. 27).

Shaxton
-, Nicholas, bp. of Salisbury (1535 to 1539, resigned in 1539), I. 436 (f. 66)
-, II. 231 (p. 122).

Shedar. See Shether.

Sheen, Surr., letter dated at, II. 45.

Sheen
-, (Shene) or West Sheen, Surr., Charterhouse (supp.) of, I. 66 (c. 42), 436 (ff. 17, 43) :—g. 226 (79 p. 131), 346 (38, 475 (2), 981 (20-1, 38, 57, 84)
-, II. 231 (p. 122) :—g. 107 (38), 241 (31).

-, -, prior. See Man, H.

Sheep, II. 298, 469, 518 :—g. 529 (4).

Sheffield or Sheffeld, Edm., I. g. 226 (16).

-, Geo., II. g. 327 (17).

-, Sir Robt., dec., I. g. 226 (16).

Shefford, Berks, II. 231 (p. 119 "Shyfford, Beds").

Shefford, West-, Berks, II. g. 529 (29).

Sheldon, Fras., II. 231 (p. 120).

-, Ric., I. g. 623 (17).

-, Wm., I. g. 802 (46)
-, II. 231 (pp. 120-1).

Sheldwich (Sheldewyche), Kent, II. 546 (p. 308).

-, vicar of. See Swan, T.

Shelf (Shelffe), Yorks., I. g. 981 (9).

Shelford, Warw., I. g. 802 (70).

Shelley, —, Surrey's servant, I. 327 (2).

-, (Chelley), —, of Calais, I. 979.

-, Edw., a master of the Household, I. 104 (p. 71), 108, 123-4, 128-9, 155 (p. 95), 409, 436 (ff. 84, 89), 455 (p. 271), 514, 749, 908, 962
-, II. 3, 4, 11, 63 (p. 31), 93, 145, 170, 172, 195, 207, 231 (pp. 119, 129), 287, 318, 408, 417, 433, 444, 475, 494, 496, 523, 530.

-, -, signature of, II. 475.

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

Shelton, Jerome, I. g. 346 (54).

Shelvingforde, Kent. See Forde.

Shenan. See Shannon.

Shene, Surr. See Sheen.

Shenley, Bucks, I. p. 550.

Shenon. See Shannon.

Shepard, Wm., I. p. 554.

Shepeley Cane, Yorks., I. g. 981 (9).

Sheperdson, Wm., I. 884.

Sheperethe, Camb. See Shepreth.

Shepescombe or Shepecombe, Glouc., I. g. 346 (49).

Shepley, Herts, I. g. 981 (95).

Shepperius. See Scepperus.

Sheppey (Shepey), Isle of, Kent, II. g. 107 (36).

Shepreth (Sheperethe), Camb., II. g. 327 (19).

Shepton
-, (Shipton), Soms., I. g. 891 (57)
-, II. g. 107 (56).

Sherarde, Thos., II. g. 449 (79).

Sherborne (Shirborne), Dors., I. g. 981 (78).

-, abbey (supp.) of, I. g. 981 (78).

Sherborne
-, (Shereburn), Glouc., I. p. 547
-, II. g. 449 (45).

Sherburn (Shereborne), Yorks., I. g. 623 (37).

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

Sherefhutton. See Sheriffhutton.

Sherfield (Shirfield), Hants, I. 401.

Sheriff Hales (Shrofhales), Staff., I. g. 346 (65 p. 201).

Sheriffhutton
-, (Sherefhutton), Yorks., I. 537 :—g. 226 (66), 346 (17), 981 (65-6)
-, II. 332, 395.

Sheriff roll, II. g. 449 (79).

Sheriffs' Accounts (Act), I. 66 (20).

Sherland, Wm., I. p. 557.

Sherlock, James, I. 551, 893 (? "James Esquier").

Shernebroke, Beds. See Sharnbrook.

Sherwood (Sherwode), Mr., of Cambridge, II. App. 8.

-, John, I. p. 555.

Shether, —, parson of —, brother of Edm., II. 546 (pp. 328-9, 353).

- (Schether, Shedar), Edmund, preacher of Christchurch, Canterbury, II. 546 (pp. 292, 295, 297, 299, 301-2, 304-5, 309-10, 316-18, 321-3, 325, 327-8, 330, 332-4, 336-50, 352-3, 355, 358-62, 364-8, 370, 372-8).

-, -, letters from, II. 546 (pp. 321, 341, 352-3).

-, -, interrogatories for, II. 546 (pp. 318, 355, 358).

-, -, answers of, II. 546 (p. 353, 356).

-, -, protest by, II. 546 (p. 353).

-, -, his sister, wife of Robert Ford, II. 546 (p. 329).

Shetland islands, II. 539 (p. 286).

Shiere (Schiere), John, II. 215, 265, 301.

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

Shillingield manor, Kent, I. g. 802 (74).

Shilton, Oxon. See Chilton.

Shingulton. See Singleton.

Shipley (Shippeleg), Notts, I. g. 226 (54).

Shipman
-, Wm., I. g. 981 (54)
-, II. g. 241 (31).

Shippeleg. See Shipley.

Shippye, John, I. 521.

Shippynfeld, Salop, II. g. 327 (21).

Ships named :—

Anthony, I. 59, 75, 225, 596, 765.

Anthony Brugges, captured at Poldavy, I. 91 (1, 3, 4).

-, depositions touching, I. 91 (3, 4).

Artigo's bark, II. 348.

Barke of Sandwich, I. 75.

Bonadventure, I. 80
-, II. 47.

Botequit, I. 811.

Dragon, I. 436 (f. 82)
-, II. 231 (p. 129), 348.

Elizabeth, I. 59, 75, 123, 434, 765 (pp. 430-1).

Falcon. II. 85, 256, 276.

Feroniere. See below, La Ferroniere.

Frances or Françoys, II. 70, 84.

Gally Suttell, I. 867
-, II. 231 (p. 129).

Genette. See below, Jenet.

George Bonadventure, I. 24, 57.

Great Henry, I. 973.

Jacques or Jaques, I. 811
-, II. 70.

James, I. 59, 75
-, II. 84.

Jenet or Genctte, I. 436 (f. 82)
-, II. 231 (p. 129), 348.

John Evangelist, I. 59, 75, 225, 596, 765.

Jorge Dargosse, I. 781.

La Ferroniere or Feroneire (French ship which carried Card. Betoun into Scotland in 1542), I. 63, 71, 125, 163
-, II. 359 (2).

Lesser Galley, I. 867
-, II. 57, 348.

Lie Trynate, I. 308.

Lion, II. 281, 323 (p. 182, 348.

Lion, of Scotland, I. 40 (2), 91 (3), 104, 108, 124.

Luiza, I. 811.

Marten, II. 84.

Mary Flowre, I. g. 623 (46).

Mary Fortune, I. 778.

Mary Grace, I. 75, 225.

Mary Harfford, I. 6, 10.

Mary Kateryn, I. 781.

Mary Rose, I. 973.

Mary, of Scotland, II. 506.

Mary Willoughby, I. 40 (2), 91 (3), 104, 108, 124
-, II. 281, 283, 302 (3), 378.

Minion (Myncon, Menyon), I. 83, 123, 244, 849, 867, 908, 938.

Pansy, II. 348.

Post, II. 359 (2).

Primrose (Prymerose, Premroys), I. 123, 849, 867, 938.

Robert, I. 765.

Saber, of Bristol, I. 231 (p. 136).

Saker or Sacker, of Dieppe, I. 849, 867, 905, 910, 935, 938, 952, 966 (p. 519)
-, II. 46, 68, 70, 85.

Salamander (Salmon, Salamon), I. 28, 91 (3), 104, 108, 124, 129.

Salmon. See Salamander.

Swallowe, II. 437.

Sweepstake or Swepestake, I. 24
-, II. 68, 70, 85, 348.

Trinity, I. 80, 225, 434.

Trinity Fitzwilliam, I. 57.

Trinity Harry, I. 24.

Trinity Saunderson, I. 75.

Unicorn, I. 28, 124, 129.

Ships not named, I. 14ii. :—

-, description of a galley and its crew, II. App. 15.

-, certificate of ships and mariners in cos. Somers. and Dorset, I. 547.

-, plundered in Wales, I. 190.

-, Danish, I. 145, 225, 712, 747, 781, 791, 859, 868, 878, 880, 925, 931
-, II. 72 (p. 36), 85, 114, 121, 156, 246.

-, Dantzic (Danskers), I. 225, 712.

-, Easterling, I. 558.

-, Eastland, I. 225, 712.

-, English, viz., the King's, I. 217, 356, 436 (ff. 82-4, 86, 88), 707, 954
-, II. 2, 11, 18, 33, 39, 41-2, 44, 46, 57, 63 (p. 31), 68-9, 72 (p. 36), 84, 134 (pp. 74), 156, 231 (pp. 128, 129 bis, 130-1), 234, 235 (p. 135), 248, 259, 276, 305.

-, King's "galley," II. 541.

-, King's fleet in the Downs or Narrow Seas, I. 276, 322, 414, 436 (f. 88), 447, 452, 466, 699 (p. 401), 701, 710-12, 729, 740, 859, 865, 867, 902, 935, 938, 943, 952, 966 (pp. 518-19)
-, II. 134, 408.

-, King's fleet in the North Sea (including ships rigged out at Newcastle), I. 4, 17, 19, 43 (p. 26), 44 (p. 28), 47, 57, 59, 68, 75, 80, 83, 88, 108, 123, 127, 129, 143, 147, 151, 161, 162, 180, 200-1, 225, 241, 244, 304, 433-4, 436 (f. 88), 566 (p. 329), 596, 748, 765.

-, -, instructions for, I. 83, 225.

-, King's "navy" in the West under Sir John Arundell and Sir Nic. Poyntz), I. 80, 305 (p. 174), 373, 436 (f. 88), 483, 503, 535, 553, 572 (p. 332), 646, 650, 652, 711, 810, 952, 966 (p. 519)
-, II. 44, 231 (pp. 129, 130 bis), 269, 370 (p. 205).

- English, preparation of, I. 284, 301.

-, English Bordeaux fleet, I. 19, 28, 33, 57, 71, 113, 724 (3).

-, English privateers (licensed by letters of marque, q.v.) I. 392-3, 405, 416 (p. 245), 431
-, II. 8.

-, English, detained at Flushing, II. 459.

-, English, arrested in France, I. 94, 113-14, 125, 134, 136, 163, 250, 256, 262, 354 (2).

-, English, arrested in Spain, I. 231 (p. 136).

-, English, taken by Frenchmen, I. 284, 747, 877.

-, English, taken by Scots, I. 44 (p. 32), 46, 62 pp. 37-9, 63, 91 (1 p. 61, 3, 4), 106, 108, 113, 117, 124, 140, 153, 317, 851
-, II. 476.

-, Flemish, I. 62, 193, 201, 225, 235, 353, 356, 385, 405, 416, 487, 568, 629, 687, 707, 710, 712, 736, 747, 763, 796, 810, 908, 925, 938, 956, 973 : II. 39, 41, 69, 96, 101, 109, 114, 130, 134, 156, 158, 216 (1, 2), 259, 273, 305, 311-12, 335, 355, 432, 457, 467 (p. 254), 525 3), 526, 528.

-, -, courtesy to, I. 201, 353 (1, 2), 385, 390, 416 (p. 245), 487 (p. 296).

-, -, -, articles of, I. 353 (2).

-, Flemish hoys, I. 566
-, II. 525 (3), 526.

-, French, I. 190, 211, 217, 225, 282, 349, 356, 377, 385, 392, 403, 405, 416 (pp. 244-5), 419, 487 (p. 296), 503, 553, 566 (p. 328), 566 (p. 329), 568, 646, 687, 710-13, 729, 747-8, 755, 769, 774, 791, 796, 807, 810, 813-14, 817, 844, 849, 865, 867-8, 880, 897, 900, 902, 905, 908, 910, 930, 935, 938, 943, 952, 962, 966 (pp. 518-19), 974, 978
-, II. 2, 18, 22 (p. 12), 33, 39, 41-2, 44, 57, 68, 82, 84-5, 96, 130, 133, 134 (p. 74), 156, 163, 175, 181, 256-7, 262, 269, 275-6, 281-2, 286, 323 (p. 182), 357, 370, 422 (?).

-, French galleys, &c., in the Mediterranean, I. 62 (p. 40), 144 (p. 88), 387, 397, 406 1, 3), 545, 582 (2), 588, 615, 758 (p. 427), 782, 932
-, II. 37, 60, 96.

-, French privateers and pirates, I. 40 (p. 24), 146, 344.

-, French, preparing in Brittany, I. 29, 62 (pp. 39, 40).

-, French, embargo in France, I. 177.

-, French, going into Scotland, I. 46, 57, 71, 106, 112, 117, 286, 353 (p. 207), 374 (pp. 220-1), 572 (p. 332), 652.

-, -, admiral of, I. 908, 910.

-, French arrested in England, I. 48-9, 62, 91 (p. 61), 113-14, 122, 125, 133-4, 136, 146, 151, 163, 169, 179, 181, 200, 250, 256, 259 (p. 148), 262, 408, 456, 478, 513
-, II. App. 4 (p. 381).

-, French, "that carried the Cardinal." See Ships named, La Ferroniere.

-, Hanse, taken by the French, I. 29.

-, Imperial galleys in the Mediterranean, I. 29, 69, 247, 387, 397, 406, 471, 545, 575, 615, 673, 724-5, 782, 891
-, II. 134, 194, 210, 251, 261, 290, 376.

-, from the Indies, I. 84.

-, Lord Lisle's. See Lisle.

-, Norwegian, I. 546.

-, Papal galleys, I. 321.

-, Portuguese (Portingals), I. 225, 414, 447, 566 (p. 328), 712.

-, prizes taken at sea, I. 6.

-, Scottish, I. 19, 80, 83, 88, 143, 151, 161-2, 200, 210, 225, 286, 289, 316, 356, 377, 392, 405, 483, 503, 553, 592 (p. 344), 646, 712, 754 (3), 781, 807, 814, 851, 970 :—g. 802 (16)
-, II. 72 (p. 36, 85, 246, 256, 281, 283, 287, 302 (3), 318, 368-9, 378, 393, 402, 408, 441, 500, 506 :—App. 4 (p. 381) :— g. 449 (34).

-, Scottish galleys, I. 553.

-, Scottish ships of war, I. 19, 104, 108, 140-1, 153, 483.

-, Scottish, captured by the English, I. 47, 57
-, II. 46-7, 79 (p. 40), 83, 111 (p. 63), 127, 133, 145, 154, 188 (p. 97), 213, 222, 235 (pp. 134-6), 256, 276, 302 (p. 171), 323 (p. 182), 359, 361, 364, 481, 486 (p. 263).

-, Scottish, committing depredations, I. 4, 19, 68, 124, 127.

-, Scottish, in France, I. 29, 40 (2), 57, 62, 91 (3, 4).

-, Scottish, that took English ships laden with wine, I. 28, 62 (p. 41), 63, 104.

-, Spanish, I. 84, 225, 301, 309, 360, 385, 447, 513, 711-12, 782, 811.

-, -, depositions as to, I. 811.

-, Spanish "sabres," I. 44 (p. 31).

-, Swedish, I. 781, 859, 878, 931.

-, Turkish navy sent to France, I. 62 (p. 40), 87 (p. 57n), 496, 545, 575-6, 601, 637, 642, 673, 724-5, 758, 782, 932, 941
-, II. 39, 61 (p. 29), 96, 467 (p. 253). See also Barbarossa.

-, Turkish corsairs, I. 758.

-, Turkish foists, II. 376.

-, Venetian (Venisyan), II. 69n :—App. 15.

-, Venetian galleys, I. 496, 545, 575
-, II. 261 (p. 151).

Shipton, Soms. See Shepton.

Shipton Olive (S. Olyff), Glouc., I. g. 981 (20).

Shipton Solers (S. Solas), Glouc., I. g. 981 (20-1).

Shirhorne, Dors. See Sherborne.

Shirfield. See Sherfield.

Shirland (Shirlond), Wm., I. g. 100 (25).

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

Shirley, Fras., I. g. 226 (2).

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

Shitlanger, Ntht. See Shuttle Changer.

Shittington, Warw. See Shuttington.

Sholden, Kent, II. 546 (p. 299).

-, curate of, Sir Thomas, II. 546 (p. 299).

Shortdiche, Midd. See under London.

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

Shortewater, Edw., II. 231 (p. 123).

Shortgrove (Shorte Grove), Essex, I. p. 549.

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

Shorwell (Shortwell), I. of Wight, I. g. 476 (6).

Shouldham (Shuldham), priory (supp.), Norf., II. g. 449 (35).

Shoyle, Wm., I. p. 549.

Shrewsbury (Shrovesbury, Salop, Shrowesbury), I. 463 :—g. 802 (45, 62).

-, abbey (supp.), I. 436 (f. 60) :—g. 981 (30, 53)
-, II. g. 327 (21).

-, Austin Friars (supp.), I. g. 981 (20).

-, Black Friars (supp.), I. g. 981 (20).

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

-, Grey Friars (supp.), I. g. 981 (20).

-, St. Alkmund, I. g. 981 (53).

-, St. Mary's, II. g. 327 (21).

Shrewsbury
-, Francis Talbot, Earl Of, I. 451, 660 :—g. 226 (25), 474 (19)
-, II. 36 (2), 71, 231 (p. 123), 517.

-, -, letters to, II. 36 (2), 71.

Shrofhales, Staff. See Sheriff Hales.

Shropshire (Salop), I. 123 (p. 80), 856 :—g. 476 (17), 802 (8).

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

-, escheator of, II. g. 449 (76).

-, sheriff of, II. g. 449 (79). See Milton, Ric. (1543-4).

Shrovesbury. See Shrewsbury.

Shrowesbury. See Shrewsbury.

Shucksburgh (Shukeborough), Warw., I. g. 226 (79).

Shucksburgh
-, (Shukkesburgh, Shukburgh), John, I. g. 346 (66)
-, II. g. 449 (65).

Shudy Camps (Sudecampes), Camb., I. g. 226. (79 p. 132, 90).

Shukeborough, (Shukburgh or Shukkesburgh). See Shucksburgh.

Shuldham, Norf. See Shouldham.

Shuttington (Shittington), Warw., I. g. 100 (10), 802 (12).

Shuttle Changer (Shitlanger), Ntht., I. g. 346 (38).

Shyfford, Beds. See Shefford, Berks.

Shynian. See Shannon.

Sibbertoft (Sebertofte), Ntht., II. 507 :—App. 14.

Sicily
-, (Sicile), I. 615, 673, 724-5, 758, 782
-, II. 290, 376.

Sicily, Viceroy Of. See Gonzaga, Don Ferrante.

Sidley, Wm., I. g. 100 (23).

Sidney, Anne, I. 66 (c. 38).

-, Sir Wm., I. 66 (c. 38), 451 :—g. 623 (91)
-, II. 231 (pp. 120-1, 123), 517.

-, -, Dame Agnes his wife, I. g. 623 (91).

Sidon, bp. of. See Chatham, T.

Sienna (Senis), in Italy, II. 163.

Sigismund, King Of Poland, his son marries King Ferdinand's daughter, I. 398.

Signory, the. See Venice.

Sigressham, Ntht. See Syresham.

Silks, II. 231 (p. 126).

Silver, II. 114.

Silver, Ant., I. g. 981 (4).

Silverside, Hen., I. g. 346 (38).

-, Ric., I. g. 346 (38).

Simon
-, (Symons), Chapuys's servant, I. 397, 406, 471
-, II. 279.

Simonetti, Giovanni, licences, &c., to, II. 430, 436, 515.

Simprin (Slymprin), in the Merse, II. 208.

Simpson (Symson), Friar, an Observant, fugitive in Scotland, I. 26 (4 p. 16).

- (Symson, Ant., I. 91 (3).

- (Symson), Eliz., I. g. 623 (43 p. 364, 53).

-, Wm., I. 436 (f. 47)
-, II. 231 (pp. 122-3).

Sinclar. See St. Clair.

Singlee (Syngley), in Scotland, II. 469.

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

Singleton (Shingulton), — II. 546 (p. 359).

-, Robt., recantation of, I. 538.

Sion
-, Midd., abbey (supp.), I. 436 (ff. 1, 45) : —p. 547 :—g. 346 (37)
-, II. 231 (pp. 119, 122, 123).

-, -, abbess. See Jordan, A.

Sittard
-, (Zittart, Syttart, Zitart, Sittaert, Zytter), in Westphalia, and the battle there, I. 331, 385ii., 390, 416, 487, 512, 563, 566
-, II. 20 (p. 10), 97, 113, 126, 140, 190.

Sittingbourne
-, Kent, I. p. 555
-, II. 546 (p. 308, 315.

Six Articles, the, II. 211 (p. 110), 546 (pp. 321, 333, 336, 355-6, 366) :—g. 241 (6).

Sixhill (Sixhile), priory (supp.), Linc., II. g. 327 (17).

Skaiesbrek, Lanc. See Searisbrick.

Skarburgh. See Scarborough.

Skardingwell, Yorks. See Scarthingwell.

Skate Rode (Scate Roode, Skaythe Rode), the, I. 68, 75, 147, 161, 755.

Skawe. See Scaw.

Skaylby. See Scaleby.

Skeffington (Skevington, Leic., I. g. 891 (56).

Skeffington
-, (Skevington), Leonard, I. 864
-, II. 453.

- (Skevington), Thos., II. g. 449 (69).

- (Skevington), Wm., II. g. 449 (69).

Skelbrook, Yorks., II. g. 449 (47).

Sker (Skere), co. Glam., I. g. 474 (11).

Skerbek. See Skirbeck.

Skermisher. See Skrimpshire.

Skernyng. See Scarning.

Skevington. See Skeffington.

Skewys, John, I. g. 100 (21).

Skidby (Skydbye), Yorks., I. g. 226 (66).

Skiddaw (Skydowe), Cumb., II. 231 (p. 119).

Skinner, Ant., II. 231 (p. 119).

-, John, I. g. 100 (23).

Skipp, John, Bp. Of Hereford, 1. 365, 539 (p. 316).

Skipton in Craven, Yorks., I. g. 623 (40).

Skipton or S. upon Swale, Yorks., I. g. 226 (66).

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

-, Sir William, I. g. 266 (9, 72), 981 (49).

Skirbeck (Skerbek), Linc., I. g. 623 (28), 802 (88).

Skirpenbeck (Skyrtenbek), Yorks., II. g. 327 (1).

Skore. See Scory.

Skotts cloths, I. 781.

Skrayngham. See Scrayingham.

Skrimpshire (Skermysher), Wm., I. p. 545.

Skrymgeour, Jas., constable of Dundee, I. 453.

Skuawe. See Scaw.

Skutt, John, tailor, I. 443.

Skye, the Scottish Island, II. 539 (p. 286).

Skylgate, Dors., II. 231 (pp. 127, 132).

Skypperus. See Scepperus.

Skyrtenbek. See Skirpenbeck.

Skyte, Robt., I. p. 557.

-, Wm., divinity reader at Cambridge, I. 436 (f. 48).

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

Slater, Thos., I. g. 981 (77).

-, Thos., clk., II. g. 107 (16).

Slatter, John, I. p. 551.

Slaughter (Slawter), Glouc., I. p. 547.

Slawter, Glouc. See Slaughter.

Slawton (Slawston), Leic., II. g. 107 (8, 15).

Sleaford (Slefford), Old-, Linc., I. g. 623 (25).

Slebech (Slebyche), co. Pembroke, precsptory (supp.) of St. John, I. p. 557.

Sledyswyke. See Sleswick.

Slefford, Linc. See Sleaford.

Sleighte, Dorothy, I. 436 (f. 3).

Sleights, in Thixendale, Yorks., I. p. 549.

Sleswick (Sledyswyke), II. 152.

Slewse, the. See Sluys.

Sleyley, in the English Border, burning of, I. 691.

Sligo, in Ireland, I. 633.

Sliugsby (Slingesby, Slyngsbie), Thos., prisoner to Scotland, I. 464, 584, 700, 741.

Slory et Illyngton, Le, I. g. 623 (25).

Slovania. See Sclavonia.

Sluse. See Sluys.

Sluys
-, (Sluyse, Sluse, Slewse), in Flanders, I. 718, 722 (p. 409), 750
-, II. 84, 134, 156.

-, Admiral of, I. 711
-, II. 84, 134.

Slymprin. See Simprin.

Smalden Rodde, on the Scottish Border, II. 538.

Smalkald, in Germany, I. 790.

-, a Diet at, I. 916.

Small, Giles, I. g. 226 (38).

Smalley, John, II. g. 449 (1).

Smarte, —, sword bearer of London, I. 74, 327.

-, Robt., I. 436 (f. 45).

-, Thos., I. g. 981 (56).

Smeaton (Smeton), Yorks., II. g. 241 (19).

Smeeth (Smeth), Kent, II. 546 (p. 301).

Smeth. See Smeeth.

Smeton, Yorks. See Smeaton.

Smith, —, I. 24, 263.

-, Mr., parson of St. Mary Mawdelen in Canterbury, II. 546 (pp. 298, 322, 373-4).

-, Mr., II. 546 (pp. 335, 341, 363).

- (Smythe), Ant., I. 91 (3).

-, Barnard, II. g. 107 (40).

- (Smythe), Chr., I. 436 (f. 27) :—g. 623 (30).

-, G., II. 460, 507.

-, -, letter from, II. 460.

- (Smythe), Geo., I. g. 981 (99).

-, John, baron of the Exchequer, II. 231 (p. 120).

-, John, I. 436 (f. 21), 856 :—p. 551:— g. 226 (38), 346 (37-8), 981 (54)
-, II. 231 (pp. 120-1).

-, Leonard, I. 452.

-, Reynold, II. 546 (p. 295).

- (Smythe), Ric., I. 436 (f. 44) :—II. 186.

-, Robt., I. 101, 436 (f. 19).

-, Roger, I. g. 476 (17).

-, Thos., prior of Wroxton, II. 231 (p. 122).

-, Thos., clk., I. g. 981 (99).

- (Smythe), Thos., I. 436 (f. 18) :—p. 555 :—g. 346 (54, 66), 623 (60).

-, Walter, I. g. 981 (12)
-, II. 231 (p. 120 bis).

-, Wm., I. 15 :—p. 550.

Smithson
-, John, I. 436 (f. 76)
-, II. 231 (p. 123).

Snainton (Sneynton), Yorks., I. g. 226 (66), 981 (99).

Snappe, Thos., I. g. 623 (48).

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

Snedeham, Glouc. See Sneedham.

Sneedham (Snedeham), Glouc., II. g. 449 (56).

Snegdowne, beside Canterbury, II. 260.

Snegius, J., pastor of Heide, letter to, II. 201.

Snell, Hector, I. g. 802 (51).

-, John, I. g. 226 (93).

Snelle, Nic., II. 231 (p. 121).

Snelleshall (Snelshall), in Whaddon, Bucks, priory (supp.). I. g. 346 (38).

Snellyng, Ric., II. 231 (p. 124).

Snelshall, Bucks. See Snelleshall.

Sneterton. See Snetterton.

Snetterton (Sneterton), Norf., I. g. 226 (50).

Sneyde, Ric., I. g. 802 (7).

Sneynton, Yorks. See Snainton.

Snitterby (Snyterby), Linc., I. g. 226 (61).

Snitterfield, Warw., II. g. 529 (13).

Snoreham (Snorham), Essex, I. 66 (c. 42).

Snowball, Marg., wife of Wm., II. g. 241 (6).

-, Wm., King's cook, II. g. 241 (6).

Snowdon herald, of Scotland, II. 329.

Snowe, Mr., II. 543.

-, Wm., dean of Bristol, I. p. 558.

Snyterby. See Snitterby.

Socion. See Soissons.

Sodbury, Glouc., I. g. 226 (65).

Soeder See. See Zuyder Zee.

Softley (Softeley), Dham., I. p. 552.

Soham, Suff., I. g. 802 (11).

Soham, Monk-, Suff., I. g. 346 (34).

Soignies (? "Soubize"), in Hainault, I. 898.

Soissons (Socion), II. 404.

Solen. See Solesmes.

Solesmes (Sollem, Solen, Soyllan), in Hainault, II. 43, 337, 345 (p. 194).

Solicitor General. See Bradshawe, H.

Soliman Pacha (Solyman Baxa), I. 545.

Sollem. See Solesmes.

Solome Mosse. See Solway Moss.

Solway Moss (Salowe Mosse, Solome Mosse), battle of (24 Nov. 1542), I. 2 (2, 9, 29, 35, 44 (pp. 26, 28, 30), 84 (p. 56), 88, 592 (p. 343), 826.

-, -, prisoners taken at. See Scottish prisoners.

Solys, Geo., I. 436 (f. 24).

Som, the river. See Somme.

Somer, Thos., II. g. 107 (58).

Somercoates (Somercotys), North-, Linc., I. g. 981 (110).

Somercoates (Somercottys), South-, Linc., I. g. 981 (110).

Somerfild, Kent. See Summerfield.

Somerford Keynes (Somerfor Caynis), Wilts, I. g. 346 (35), 981 (56, 98).

Somerset, Eleanor countess of, wife of Edmund Beaufort, earl and duke of Somerset (1444 to 1455), daughter of Ric. Beauchamp, earl of Warwick, I. g. 623 (11).

Somerset (Somersede, Symmersyd) herald (Thomas Treheron), murdered in Scotland (25 Nov. 1542), I. 4, 7, 8, 11, 26 (1-5), 27, 29, 65 :—p. 546.

-, -, murderers of. See Leche and Priestman.

-, -, his servant, I. 8.

Somerset, Sir Geo., I. g. 226 (8, 85).

Somersetshire
-, I. 547 :—g. 226 (35, 41), 346 (67), 474 (40), 476 (18)
-, II. 231 (p. 130) :—App. 9.

-, certificate of ships and mariners, II. App. 9.

-, commission of peace, I. g. 100 (32).

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

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

Somerton, John, I. g. 226 (79 p. 132).

Somervale. See Somerville.

Somerville
-, (Somerwell, Somervell, Somervale, Somervail), Hugh lord, Scottish prisoner, I. 2 (1, 2, 22, 37 (2), 38, 61, 281, 291, 302, 324 (pp. 183-4), 378, 395 (pp. 232-3), 418 (p. 247), 436 (f. 87), 455 (p. 271), 458, 479, 482 (p. 291), 503, 510, 535, 572, 581, 638, 664, 671, 700, 805, 814, 834, 835 (2), 844 (2), 938, 966, 971, 974
-, II. 2, 9, 22 (p. 12), 51, 72, 94, 153, 174, 188, 197, 202 (p. 105), 213 (p. 112), 231 (p. 126), 235 (p. 134), 255, 257, 275, 302, 323, 328, 340, 343, 349, 353, 361, 364, 370, 378-9, 408 (p. 219), 410, 414, 417, 434, 450, 470.

-, -, letter to, II. 153.

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

-, -, his sons and brother's son, I. 378.

-, -, his second son, II. 364 (p. 202).

Somerville
-, James, eldest son of Lord Somerville, I. 61, 378, 482 (p. 293)
-, II. 202 (p. 105), 364, 379, 408 (p. 219), 410, 414, 417, 442, 461 (p. 451).

Somerwell. See Somerville.

Somery (Somerey), baron of, II. 8.

Somme
-, (Som), the French river, I. 353, 699
-, II. 525-6.

Sompner, Robt., I. g. 981 (5).

Sond, the. See Sound.

Sondes. See Sandes.

Sonnynghill. See Sunninghill.

Sonnyside. See Sunnyside.

Soothill. See Sothill.

Sophi (Sophy), the, or Shah of Persia, I. 545.

Sophia, in Turkey, I. 673 (p. 389).

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

Sopwell mill, near St. Albans, Herts, I. g. 802 (9).

Sorey. See Surrey.

Sotehill. See Sothill.

Sotheby, Roger, I. g. 623 (54).

Sothill, Eliz., II. g. 107 (67).

-, Hen., II. g. 107 (67).

-, Robt., II. g. 107 (67).

-, Soothill, Sotehill, Suthill), Thos., prisoner of the Scots, I. 464
-, II. 287 :— g. 449 (57).

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

Soubize, in Hainault, I. 898. Qu. Soignies?

Souche. See Zouche.

Soulbie, George. See Selby.

Soulbury (Sulbury, Sulbery), Bucks, I. g. 226 (79 pp. 130-1), 802 (19).

Soulby. See Sulby.

Souldrop (Sulthorpe), Beds, II. g. 449 (50).

Soulemont, Thos., French secretary, etc. (died 1541), I. g. 623 (77). 802 (37).

Sound
-, (Sownd, Sonde, Sount), the, in Denmark, I. 29 (p. 19), 781, 878
-, II. 152.

Sount parish, in the Boulonnois, II. 84.

Southampton
-, (Anthonne, Hampton), Hants, I. 393, 436 (f. 84), 447, 915 (2) :—g. 346 (7), 623 (3)
-, II. 437 :—App. 4 (p. 381).

-, customers of, I. 447.

-, "Christschurche in Sowthampton." See Christchurch Twynham.

-, St. Denis mon. (supp.), II. g. 529 (25).

Southampton county. See Hampshire.

Southampton (Hampton) Water, I. 91 (p. 61).

Southampton, Sir William Fitzwilliam, Earl Of (died 1542), I. 216, 799 (p. 444), 960 :—g. 474 (39, 40), 623 (26).

Southbrendon, Dors., I. g. 981 (109).

Southby, Edm., I., 436 (f. 26).

- (Sowthby), Ric., I. g. 981 (105).

Southcote, Geo., I. g. 346 (13).

- (Sowthcote), John, I. g. 346 (13)
-, II. 231 (p. 119) :—g. 107 (21).

Southcott, Bucks, II. g. 449 (52).

Southelmham, Suss., II. 231 (pp. 124, 131).

Southerlande. See Sutherland.

Southfalley. See Fawley, South.

Southill (Southyell), Beds, I. g. 981 (92).

South Molton, Devon, II. g. 241 (8).

Southnewenton, Oxon. See Newington.

Southolt (Southold), Suff., I. g. 802 (11).

Southowsand, Thos., II. 546 (p. 299).

Southpederton. See Petherton, S.

Southram, Suss., I. 66 (c. 37).

Southwarborne, Hants. See Warnborough.

Southwark
-, Surr., I. 103 :—p. 547 :—g. 100 (30), 623 (63)
-, II. 546 (p. 370).

The Bank. I. 327 (2).

The King's house in, I. 436 (f. 79)
-, II. 231 (pp. 123, 124 ter.).

Peper Alley. I. p. 555.

St. Margaret, I. p. 553.

St. Mary Magdalen, I. p. 553.

St. Mary Overeys, II. 231 (pp. 120, 124), 546 (p. 326).

St. Mary Overey's priory (supp.), I. 436 (ff. 14, 40) :—pp. 553, 555-6
-, II. 231 (p. 122) :—g. 241 (3). 529 (5).

-, prior. See Fowle. B.

St. Olave's, II. g. 107 (28).

St. Saviour's, I. pp. 553, 555.

St. Thomas's hospital (supp.), I. 436 (f. 54) :—p. 547.

Southwell, Notts. II. 231 (p. 123).

-, College of, I. 66 (c. 45) :—g. 226 (21).

Southwell (Yorks, qu. Notts ?), I. g. 226 (66).

Southwell
-, Fras., I. g. 623 (58)
-, II. 231 (p. 123).

-, John, I. g. 100 (34), 226 (85).

-, Sir Richard, one of the three General Surveyors, sent in commission to the Scottish prisoners on the Borders (in Jan. 1543), I. 7 (2), 15, 17, 19, 22-3, 25, 37 (2), 38-9, 43, 60, 522 :—g. 100 (25), 226 (3, 15, 44, 52, 68, 77, 86, 94), 346 (4, 21-2, 27, 35, 39, 41-3), 474 (1, 8, 16, 30-1, 37), 623 (29), 802 (49)
-, II. 231 (pp. 125, 131).

-, -, letter from, I. 522.

-, -, letter to, I. 23.

-, -, signature of, I. g. 226 (3, 42-3, 52, 73, 93), 346 (30), 474 (8), 476 (7, 12), 623 (27, 33-4, 52), 802 (4, 35, 42, 48, 50, 64, 67, 75), 981 (7)
-, II. g. 241 (4), 449 (54, 78).

-, -, instructions to, I. 7 2), 22.

-, Ric., I. g. 226 (8).

- (Sowthwell), Sir Robert, master of the Rolls, I. 436 (f. 38), 832 (p. 467) :— g. 100 (23), 623 (7, 38), 802 (11)
-, II. 231 (pp. 119, 120).

-, -, signature, I. g. 981 (63).

-, Robt., II. 231 (pp. 120, 122).

Southwick (Southwike), Glouc., I. g. 981 (20 p. 530, 21).

Southwick
-, Hants, priory (supp.), I. g. 226 (79 p. 131), 981 (46)
-, II. g. 107 (44).

Southwick (Sowthwyke), Hants. See also White, John, of S.

Southwood, John, LL.D., I. g. 981 (61).

Sowche. See Zouche.

Sowerby, Cumb. See Temple Sowerby.

Sownd. See Sound.

Sownlaycote or Sownley Cote, Yorks. See Sunley Court.

Sowter Cross, in Scotland, near Ecclefechan, II. 237 (2).

Sowthby, Ric. See Southby.

Sowthcote. See Southcote.

Sowthwyke. See Southwick.

Soyllan. See Solesmes.

Spain and the Spaniards
-, I. 29, 44 (pp. 28, 30), 52, 62 (p. 40), 87, 91 (3), 144, 150, 176 (p. 103), 181, 184, 231, 349, 373, 387, 449, 471, 520ii., 563, 615-16, 642, 646, 668, 673, 709, 711, 724-5, 874, 891, 941, 973 :—g. 346 (67)
-, II. 20, 37-8, 60, 69n, 73, 179 (2), 231 (p. 129), 329, 337-8, 357, 376, 380, 420 (p. 224), 453 (p. 248).

-, Council or Grand Council of, I. 231, 738.

-, Court of, I. 406.

-, dearth in, I. 44 (p. 30).

-, embargo upon ships, 84.

-, Pragmatica in, II. 376 (comp. Spanish Calendar, VI. Pt. ii., pp. 482, 563 and 574).

Spalding
-, Linc., priory, I. 436 (f. 50)
-, II. 231 (p. 122).

-, -, prior. See Knight, T.

Spaniards, individual, I. 947.

-, in England, I. 163 (p. 98), 309, 668 : —g. 346 (24).

-, of Rouen, I. 163 (p. 98).

Spaniards. See Spanish soldiers.

Spanish language, I. 862, 876.

Spanish soldiers
-, (Spaniards), I. 14, 62 (p. 40), 84, 106, 231 (p. 136), 265-6, 310, 353, 387, 673, 688, 711, 718, 722 (p. 409), 723 (2), 724-5, 750, 771, 789 (1, 3), 822, 891, 916, 931
-, II. 5, 20, 25, 35, 43, 65, 73, 80, 86, 92, 97, 126, 129, 140, 151, 177, 194, 218, 250, 267, 280, 320-1, 337, 345 (p. 194), 365, 380, 384, 454, 485, 528.

Sparke, John, I. g. 802 (71).

-, Thos., I. g. 802 (71).

Sparkeman, Tristram, I. 436 (f. 33).

Speen, Church- (Churche Spene), Berks, I. g. 981 (105).

Speight, Thos., I. g. 474 (27).

Speke, Sir Thos., I. 873 :—p. 550.

Spelhurst, Nic., I. 436 (f. 20).

Spence
-, (Spense), —, I. 180
-, II. 453.

- (Spens), John, I. 220.

-, Robert, I. 88.

Spencer or Spenser, John, I. 696 :—g. 475 (1).

-, Margery, I. g. 475 (1).

-, Thos., I. g. 981 (56)
-, II. g. 449 (61).

Spencer's lands (of Sir Wm. Spencer, dec.), I. g. 623 (83).

Spene, Berks. See Speen.

Spense. See Spence.

Spenser. See Spencer.

Spereman, Wm., I. p. 558.

Spettisbury (Speytisbury), Dors., II. g. 449 (1).

Speytisbury, Dors. See Spettisbury.

Spiere or Spiers. See Spires.

Spilman
-, (Spilleman), Thos., I. p. 551
-, II. 231 (p. 119).

Spires
-, (Spyre, Spiere, Spira, Spiers), in Germany, I. 526, 723 (2), 871, 891, 898, 926, 931, 955
-, II. 20, 25, 30, 73, 252.

-, letters dated at, I. 77, 398, 519, 790, 916, 961
-, II. 7, 25, 252, 415.

-, Diet at (A. D. 1542), I. 519 (2).

-, Diet at (A. D. 1544), I. 519 (2), 628, 688, 790
-, II. 73 (p. 37), 142, 252, 305, 376, 402 (p. 216, 415, 457-8, 467 (p. 254).

Spofforth (Spofford), Yorks., I. g. 981 (11).

Sponer, Edw., vicar of Boughton under Blean, II. 546 (pp. 291, 300, 311, 369).

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

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

Spote, laird of, II. 309.

Spottiswood (Spottes Wodde), laird of, II. 309.

Spratt, Wm., I. g. 802 (29).

Spratton
-, (Sprotton, Ntht., I. g. 802 (19, 27)
-, II. g. 107 (55).

Spring (Sprynge), John, mayor of Bristol (in 1541), II. 231 (p. 119).

-, John, I. g. 226 (85), 476 (11)
-, II. g. 07 (10), 241 (24), 449 (79).

-, Thos., I. g. 346 (37).

Sprotton, Ntht. See Spratton.

Sprowston, Norf., II. g. 449 (18).

Spruce. See Prussia.

Spurre, Wm., I. g. 226 (79 p. 132, 83).

Squyer
-, John, I. g. 226 (79 p. 130, 132)
-, II. g. 529 (29).

-, Thos., I. g. 981 (85).

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

-, Thos., I. g. 346 (11).

Stadler, George, a German captain, I. 961.

Stafferton, Ric., I. g. 226 (26).

Stafford, I. g. 346 (12).

-, Friars Minors (supp.), I. g. 346 (65).

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

-, St. Bartholomew's, I. g. 346 (65).

-, St. Thomas's priory (supp.), II. 231 (p. 123).

Stafford, archdeacon of, I. g. 346 (65 p. 201).

Stafford, Henry Lord, I. g. 100 (22), 226 (27).

Stafford, —, I. 368.

-, —, the elder brother, I. 979.

-, Sir Humph., jun., I. 832 (pp. 466, 468).

-, John, I. g. 226 (76).

-, Wm., I. 421, 478, 832 (p. 467-8 : —g. 623 (66)
-, II. 231 (p. 123).

Staffordshire (Staff.), I. 123 (p. 80).

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

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

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

Stainmore (Stanemore), Westmld., hospital (supp.) of, I. p. 549.

Stainmure, Nthld., I. 60.

Stakton. See Stockton.

Stalham (Staleham), Norf., II. g. 449 (18).

Stalisfield (Stallefeld), Kent, vicar of, II. 546 (p. 309).

Stallefeld. See Stalisfield.

Stambacke, Edw., II. 231 (p. 131).

Stamford, Ntht. and Linc., priory (supp.), I. p. 552 :—g. 981 (85).

Stamford mill, near St. Albans, Herts, I. g. 802 (9).

Stamford, Mr., II. 532.

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

Standford, Oxon. See Sandford.

Standish, Glouc., II. g. 107 (56).

Standishe, Roger, I. 436 (f. 40).

-, Thos., I. 436 (f. 55).

- (Standysshe), Wm., I. g. 226 (3).

Standon Herts. See Stondon.

Stanemore, Westmld. See Stainmoor.

Stanford Bury, Beds, I. g. 981 (92).

Stanford le Hope, Essex, I. g. 802 (89).

Stanford, Kings-, Heref., I. g. 226 (53).

Stanford Rivers, Essex, II. g. 107 (61, 63, 65-6).

Stanford (Staunford), Wm., attorney of the Court of General Surveyors, I. g. 100 (21), 623 (29).

Stanhoe (Stannowe), Norf., II. g. 529 (3, 6).

Stanhope
-, (Stannoppe, Stannehop), Michael, lieutenant (or deputy) of Hull, I. 26, 43, 123, 141, 146, 200, 225, 433-4, 558, 675, (p. 390), 676, 729 :—g. 226 (48)
-, II. 394, 414, 433 :—g. 449 (15), 529 (22).

-, -, letters to, I. 676, 729.

-, -, account by, I. 433.

Stanley, Wilts, abbey (supp.), I. p. 549.

Stanley Pontlarge, Glouc., I. g. 346 (49).

Stanley, Edw., I. g. 802 (73).

-, John, I. 436 (f. 22).

-, Peter, I. g. 802 (73).

Stannaries, the, I. 91 (4), 579.

Stannehop. See Stanhope.

Stanney, Chesh., I. g. 346 (21).

Stanney, co. Radnor, II. g. 529 (4).

Stannoppe. See Stanhope.

Stannowe, Norf. See Stanhoe.

Stansfelde, Ric., I. g. 623 (85), 981 (94).

Stanshawe, Robt., I. g. 346 (27).

Stanstead, Kent, I. g. 981 (83).

Stanstead Abbots, Herts, I. p. 556.

Stanter, Thos., II. g. 449 (76).

Stanwick (Stanwyk), Ntht, I. g. 474 (27).

Stapenay or Stapeney. See Stepney.

Stapers, Ric. (temp. Eliz.), I. 14ii.

Staphylus, —, II. 356.

Staple, Kent, II. 546 (pp. 296, 312).

Staple, Soms., I. g. 226 (41).

Staple
-, The, Merchants Of, I. 431 :—g. 802 (2), 981 (53, 101)
-, II. 41, 109, 117, 231 (p. 130) :—g. 449 (30).

-, -, mayor and solicitor of, I. 452.

-, -, mayor of. See Dormer, Sir M.

Stapleford, Leic., I. p. 550.

Stapleford Tawney, Essex, II. g. 107 (63).

Staples. See Etaples.

Staples, —, II. 382.

Stapleton, Sir Brian, I. g. 226 (9, 48).

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

Starkeby, Hugh, II. 231 (p. 120).

Starkey
-, (Sterkey, Sterky), —, I. 874
-, II. 546 (pp. 300, 303, 308, 318, 334).

-, Mrs., II. 546 (p. 307).

- (Starkye), Hugh, I. g. 623 (24).

- (Sterkey), John, I. g. 474 (37)
-, II. 546 (p. 309).

- (Sterkey), Randall, I. g. 474 (37).

Starling. See Stirling.

Starnolde. See Sternhold.

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

Statutes, execution of certain (Act), II. 211 (p. 109).

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

Staunford. See Stanford.

Stawell (Stowill, Stowell), Soms., I. g. 226 (77), 346 (5), 623 (78).

Stawell (Stowell), John, I. g. 226 (10), 346 (5).

- (Stowell), Ric., I. g. 346 (5).

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

Staynthwaite, Cumb. See Stonethwaite

Stebbing, Essex, I. g. 981 (90).

Stede, Derb. See Yeaveley.

Stede, Lanc. See Stidd.

Steeple (Stypull), Dors., I. 547.

Stegyn, Roger, I. g. 346 (37).

Steigge, Thos., I. g. 346 (37).

Stele. See Stile.

Stenay (Astenay, Estenay), in Franche Comté, dep. of Meuse, I. 582 (p. 339), 622 (p. 359), 754 (4).

Stepeneth. See Stepney.

Stephens (Stevens, Stevins), Thos., parson of Bentworth, I. 190, 212, 276, 314.

- (Stevens), Wm., II. g. 529 (29).

Stephenson (Stevenson), —, I. 206.

- (Stephynson), Hen., I. 436 (f. 65)
-, II. 231 (p. 121).

Stepney (Stapenay, Stepeney, Stepeneth), Midd., I. g. 623 (43 p. 364, 53).

-, letters dated at, I. 669, 774.

Stepney, Joseph, I. 436 (f. 32).

Steppingley (Stepyngleigh) alias Priestley park, Beds, I. p. 546.

Stepyngleigh. See Steppingley.

Sterkey or Sterky. See Starkey.

Sterling. See Stirling.

Sternall. See Sternhold.

Sternhold
-, (Starnolde, Sternall), Thos., of the Chamber, I. 292
-, II. g. 241 (6).

Stevenage, Herts, I. g. 981 (95).

Stevenage, Ric., alias Boreman, q.v.

Stevens. See Stephens.

Stevenson. See Stephenson.

Steward (Stuard), Simon, I. g. 100 (4).

Stewart (Stuars, Stuarde), The House Of, I. 150 (p. 92), 288 (p. 163), 566 (p. 328).

Stewart, Robert, sieur d'Aubigny, marshal of France, captain of Francis I.'s Scottish Guard, (died March, 1543), I. 113 (p. 77), 413, 566 (p. 328).

-, -, his nephew. See Lennox, earl of.

-, -, signature of, I. 413.

Stewart (Steward), —, laird of Rossyth, q.v.

-, Andrew lord, of Avondale and of Ochiltree (Uchiltre), I. 281, 338
-, II. 76.

-, Henry, lord Methven, q.v.

-, James, earl of Murray, q.v.

- (Stuart, Stuard), James, ensign of Francis I.'s Scottish Guard, I. 413, 572 (p. 332), 652n, 745, 753, 880, 900
-, II. 22 (p. 12), 257, 269, 286, 357.

-, James, to be abbot of Iona, I. 976-7.

-, James, I. 338.

- (Stuart), John, the elder, lieutenant of Francis I.'s Scottish Guard, I. 413.

- (Stuart), John, the younger, sieur Darnley, brother of Lennox, (afterwards Sieur d'Aubigny), of Francis I.'s Scottish Guard, I. 106, 113 (p. 77), 413.

-, Wm., bp. of Aberdeen, q.v.

Stewcley, John, I. g. 981 (83).

Stewken, John, I. 436 (f. 8).

Sticknay, Ric., II. 546 (p. 305).

Stidd or Stede, Lanc., II. g. 107 (1).

Stikiswold. See Stixwould.

Stile (Stele), John, I. g. 474 (27 pp. 282-3).

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

Stilt (Stut, Stit), Salop, II. g. 327 (21).

Stilton, Hunts, II. g. 241 (34-5).

Stirleye. See Strelley.

Stirling
-, (Sterling, Starling, Striveling), inScotland, I. 228, 391 (p. 230), 395, 572 (pp. 332-3), 817, 897, 930, 935, 938, 949, 952, 966, 971, 974, 978
-, II. 9, 14, 18, 22, 58, 63 (p. 31), 94, 100, 111 (p. 63), 127-8, 131-2, 138, 149, 169, 174, 181, 184, 188, 275 (pp. 156-7), 281-2, 288, 299, 302, 323, 363, 370, 399, 425, 428, 435 (p. 231), 474, 484, 498.

-, castle, I. 105, 238, 281 (p. 159), 338, 402 (p. 237), 418 (p. 247), 425 (p. 250), 514, 535, 572 (pp. 332-3), 966 (p. 519), 974
-, II. 28, 49, 100, 116, 181, 255, 269, 288, 314.

-, letters dated at, II. 139, 166, 299, 416.

-, Bridge of, I. 572 (p. 332), 971
-, II. 9, 184.

-, Friars of, II. 181.

Stirling (Sterling), —, captain of Dumbarton castle, I. 419, 556, 572 (pp. 331-2).

-, (Sterling), James, of Keir, signature of, I. 945.

Stirton, Linc. See Sturton.

Stit, Salop. See Stilt.

Stixwould (Stikiswold, Stykyswolde), Linc., I. g. 623 (28), 802 (88).

Stockton (Stakton), Dham., I. 200.

Stockwell
-, (Stokwell), Surr., I. 436 (f. 79) :— p. 555
-, II. 231 (p. 129).

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

Stodmarsh (Strodmersh), Kent, II. 546 (p. 301).

-, curate of, II. 546 (p. 301).

Stogursey or Stoke Courcy, Soms., I. g. 346 (37).

Stoke, Leic., I. 66 (c. 44).

Stoke, Linc., I. g. 623 (14).

Stoke, Ntht., I. g. 346 (38).

Stoke or Stoke Albany, Ntht., I. g. 981 (74).

Stoke Bruern (S. Bruer), Ntht., I. g. 346 (38).

Stoke Courcy, Soms. See Stogursey.

Stoke Dry, Rutl., I. g. 981 (56).

Stoke Fleming, Devon, II. 226.

Stoke Hammond (Stokehamonde), Bucks, I. g. 226 (79 pp. 130-1), 802 (19).

Stoke Lane or Stoke St. Michael's, Soms., II. g. 241 (15).

Stoke, North-, Suss., I. p. 558 :—g. 623 (14).

Stoke Orchard (Stokercher), Glouc., II. g. 449 (8).

Stoke Poges, Bucks, II. g. 241 (3).

Stoke St. Michael's, Soms. See Stoke Lane.

Stoke St. Nectan's, Devon. See Hartland.

Stoke, South- alias Stoke Rochford alias Kirk Stoke, Linc., I. g. 623 (14).

Stoke upon Trent, Staff., I. g. 346 (65).

Stokedale, John, II. 231 (p. 120).

Stokeham (Stokinham), Devon, I. g. 346 (1).

Stokeley, Mr., II. 211 (p. 110).

Stokes, —, student at Paris, I. 295.

-, John, I. g. 226 (44).

-, Robt., I. 436 (f. 21).

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

Stokinham. See Stokeham.

Stokwell, Surr. See Stockwell.

Stokylwaygh, Cumb., I. g. 623 (81).

Stomer, Simon, I. g. 226 (38).

Stonar. See Stoner.

Stonarde. See Stoner.

Stondon (Standon), Herts, I. g. 981 (22).

Stone, Kent, I. g. 623 (92), 981 (36).

Stone
-, Staff., I. g. 346 (65)
-, II. g. 107 (71).

-, priory (supp.), II. g. 107 (71).

Stone, Eliz., II. g. 449 (1).

-, John, I. 436 (f. 33).

-, Ric., I. g. 226 (79), 476 (15).

-, Simon, letter to, I. 294.

-, Thos., II. g. 449 (1).

-, Wm., II. g. 449 (1).

Stone-bows, breaking windows with, I. 73 (3), 327, 347, 350, 390 (p. 228).

Stonehouse, Edm., chief clerk of the Kitchen, II. 530.

-, George, II. 530.

Stoneleigh (Stoneley), Warw., abbey or priory (supp.), I. 436 (f. 73).

Stoner, Mrs., I. 436 (f. 75).

-, (Stonar, Stonard), Geo., I. 436 (f. 75)
-, II. 231 (pp. 124, 128).

-, John, sergeant at arms, I. g. 346 (6).

- (Stonarde), John I. p. 548 bis.

-, Robt., II. g. 449 (8).

- (Stonour, Stonar), Sir Walt., I. 832 (p. 468) :—g. 100 (22), 346 (43).

Stonethwaite (Staynthwate), Cumb., I. p. 558.

Stoney Stratton (Stonystraton), Soms., I. 346 (5).

Stony Stratford, Bucks., I. g. 346 (38).

Stonynge, John, I. 436 (f. 37).

Store, Mr. See Scory.

Stormer, Agnes, I. g. 226 (79).

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

Stormy or Magna Stormy, co. Glamorgan, II. g. 107 (19).

Stortford, Essex, I. 137.

Story, Kent. See Sturrey.

Story
-, (Storie), Edw., I. 105, 436 (f. 24)
-, II. 332.

-, (Storie), Fergus, II. 332.

-, (Storie), Wm., II. 332.

Stotfold (Scotfold), Beds, I. g. 981 (42).

Stoughton, Leic., I. p. 556.

Stourgeis, Geo., I. g. 474 (27).

Stourton, Worc., I. g. 226 (79).

Stourton
-, William Lord, I. g. 100 (32), 226 (29)
-, II. 231 (p. 120).

Stotte, Robt., a curate of Davington, II. 546 (p. 316).

Stowe or Baugham Stowe, Linc., I. g. 623 (33).

Stowe St. Petrock. See Petrock Stow.

Stowell, Dors., I. g. 981 (78).

Stowell, Soms. See Stawell.

Stowell, John. See Stawell.

Stowill, Soms. See Stawell.

Stradfildsay. See Strathfield Saye.

Stradie, Denis. See Grady.

Stradling, Edw., II. 231 (p. 120) :—g. 107 (62).

-, Eliz., II. g. 107 (62).

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

Strale, in Gueldres, II. 140.

Strange (Straunge), Nic., II. 231 (p. 119).

-, Robt., I. g. 346 (35).

- (Straunge), Sir Thos., II. 231 (p. 119).

Strangways
-, (Strangwaies, Strangwishe, Strangeways), Sir Giles, I. 451 :—g. 981 (109)
-, II. 231 (p. 120), 517.

-, Hen, I. g. 981 (46).

- (Strangwishe, Strangeweys), Sir Jas., I. g. 981 (91)
-, II. 231 (p. 119).

Strasburg
-, (Strazeburgh, Straseburge), I. 113, 519, 563
-, II. 73.

-, letters dated at, I. 846
-, II. 219, 390.

Strata Florida or Stratflere, co. Cardigan, abbey (supp.), I. 436 (f. 55) :—p. 551 bis.

Strata Marcella priory, near Welshpool, co. Montgomery, I. p. 548.

-, prior of. See Apryce, J.

Stratehall, Essex. See Strethall.

Stratflere. See Strata Florida.

Stratford upon Avon, Warw., I. g. 802 (70).

Stratford atte Bow, Midd., I. g. 623 (43 p. 364, 53).

-, nunnery (supp.), I. g. 436 (ff. 31, 57, 60)
-, II. 231 (p. 122).

-, -, prioress. See Kirke, S.

Stratford Langthorn, Essex, I. g. 100 (30).

-, abbey (supp.), of, I. g. 100 (10), 623 (43 p. 364, 53), 981 (20-1) :—pp. 547-8
-, II. 231 (122).

-, -, abbot. See Huddelston, W.

Stratford, Stony. See Stony Stratford.

Stratford, John, II. g. 107 (56vi), 449 (55).

Strathfield Saye (Stradfildsay), Hants, I. g. 802 (69).

Stratton, Beds, I. p. 549.

Stratton, Wilts, II. g. 529 (29).

Stratton St. Margaret's, Wilts, II. g. 529 (29).

Straunge. See Strange.

Strawghwyn or Strawyn, Robt., II. 546 (pp. 308, 318).

Strazeburgh. See Strasburg.

Streat, Wm., II. App. 14.

Streatham (Streteham), Surr., I. g. 226 (56).

Strelley (Stretleg), Notts, I. 66 (c. 39), 561 :— g. 226 (54).

Strelley (Strilley), Jas., II. 231 (p. 120).

-, John, dec., I. 66 (c. 39).

- (Styrley), Sir Nic., I. 66 (c. 39), 561 :— g. 226 (48, 54)
-, II. 371.

- (Stirleye), Ric., alias Bowyer, I. 436 (f. 54).

- (Stretleg), Robert de (temp. Hen. III), I. g. 226 (54).

Stretchill, West- (Westrecholte), Soms., I. g. 474 (36).

Strete super le Fosse, Soms., II. g. 241 (11).

Strete manor, Kent, I. g. 623 (96).

Strethall (Stratehall) Essex II. g. 327 (11, 15).

Stretleg. See Strelley.

Stretton or S. in the Street
-, Rutl., I. g. 981 (18)
-, II. g. 107 (35).

Strickland (Strykland), Thos., I. g. 623 (90).

Strigonia. See Gran.

Strilley. See Strelley.

Stringer (Stryngar), —, II. 546 (p. 303).

- (Stryngar), Ant., I. g. 226 (79, 87, 89), 346 (3, 50, 69). 475 (10), 476 (6, 10, 15), 623 (94), 802 (19, 23, 27)
-, II. 231 (p. 120).

- (Stryngar), Leonard, II. 546 (p. 303).

Striveling. See Stirling.

Stroci. See Strozzi.

Strodmersh. See Stodmarsh.

Strogle, Thos., II 546 (p. 301).

Strood (Strode) Temple, Kent, I. 66 (c. 41).

Stroode, Ric., I. 933.

Strother, Cuthb., I. g. 623 (73).

Stroud (Strowde) alias Strowde End, Glouc., I. g. 346 (49).

Strozzi
-, (Stroci), the Florentine family, I. 758
-, II. 163, 454.

Strozzi, Leon, brother of Piero, prior of Capua (provost of Capput), of the Order of St. John, I. 29 (p. 19), 932.

Strozzi
-, (Stroci), Piero, in the French service, I 29 (p. 19), 941
-, II. 60, 454.

Strubby, Linc., I. 66 (36).

Strykland. See Strickland.

Stuard or Stuarde. See Steward and Stewart.

Stuars, House of. See Stewart.

Stuart. See Stewart.

Stubbes, Robt., I. g. 474 (33).

Stubbynton. See Stubington.

Stubington (Stubbynton), Hants, I. g. 981 (46).

Stubley, Lanc., I. g. 226 (1).

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

Studland, Dors., I. 547.

Studley, Warw., I, p. 555.

-, priory (supp.), I. p. 555 :—g. 981 (20-1).

Studley (Studlaye), Yorks., prebend of, in Ripon college, I. g. 346 (53).

Stuhlweissenberg
-, (Stulwissenburgh) or Alba Regal, in Hungary, I. 724
-, II. 37, 60, 163, 194, 210, 252, 261.

Stukeley
-, Hugh, I. g. 226 (30)
-, II. g. 449 (79).

Stulwissenburgh. See Stuhlweissenberg.

Stumpe, Wm., I. g. 226 (29).

Stuniga, Don Juan de, I. 383 (4).

Sturminster or S. Newton, Dors., I. g. 226 (76).

Sturrey (Story), Kent, vicar of. See Cox, T.

Sturton (Stirton), Linc., I. p. 551.

Sturton (Stirton), Linc. See also Dighton, Robt., of S.

Stut, Salop. See Stilt.

Stutesbury, Ntht. See Stuttisbury.

Stuttisbury (Stutesbury, Stuttesbury), Ntht., I. g. 226 (79 pp. 130-1, 89), 475 (10).

Stykney, Thos., I. g. 474 (33).

Stykyswolde. See Stixwold.

Style, Humph., sheriff of Kent (1543-4), II. g. 449 (79).

Stypull, Dors. See Steeple.

Styrley. See Strelley.

Stytfelde, Salop, II. g. 327 (21).

Suavenius, Petrus, councillor of Denmark, II. 152.

Subsidies (in 1544), I. 365.

Subsidy (granted by the Parliament of 1540), I. 15, 102.

Subsidy
-, (of 1543), I. 66 (3, 4), 167, 390 (p. 228), 478 ("the Fifteenth")
-, II. 231 (p. 121).

-, Acts for, I. 66 (3, 4).

Succession, the King's, II. 546 (p. 291).

Sudbourne, Suff., I. p. 558.

Sudbury
-, Suff., I. g. 226 (85), 623 (51)
-, II. g. 241 (10).

Sudderland. See Sutherland.

Sudecampes. See Shudy Camps.

Sudlowe, Geo., II. g. 107 (14).

-, Thos., II. g. 107 (14).

-, Wm., II. g. 107 (14).

Sudwyke, Hen., letter from, II. 508.

Suffolk
-, I. 68, 466, 538 (p. 314), 644, 832 (pp. 467, 469), 856 :—g. 226 (49)
-, II. 231 (pp. 129-30).

-, commission of peace, I. g. 226 (85).

- (and Norfolk), sheriff of, II. g. 449 (79). See Lovell, Sir F. (1543-4).

Suffolk
-, Charles Brandon, Duke Of, K.G., Great Master of the Household, President of the Council, justice of Forests on this side Trent, lord lieutenant on the Borders (2 Jan. 1543), letters from, I. 109, 116, 152, 187, 215, 229-30, 523, 536, 549, 567, 595, 645, 682, 694, 702, 909
-, II. 36, 71, 103, 110, 118-19, 145, 170, 172, 192-3, 207, 274, 358, 387, 407-8, 444, 451, 468, 495-6, 510, 523.

-, -, letters to, I. 88, 96, 102, 104-5, 124, 129, 139, 141, 147, 153, 161, 172, 188, 198, 209, 219-20, 238-9, 246, 251, 254, 258, 261, 270, 277, 285, 291, 409, 419, 428, 432, 435, 464-5, 483, 498, 503, 514, 534, 556, 571, 584, 638, 670, 677, 700, 733, 748, 769, 807, 817, 827, 836, 838, 843, 881, 894, 903-4, 910, 914, 924, 936-7, 944, 949-50, 958-9, 978
-, II. 42, 44, 51, 57-8, 70, 72, 74, 81, 85, 93, 99, 127-8, 131, 133, 138, 146-8, 169iii., 175, 181, 184-5, 196, 203, 208, 212, 214, 223, 234, 238, 255, 257, 263, 283, 308, 324, 328, 332, 339, 350, 353, 364, 370, 372, 374, 379, 383, 394, 399, 410-13, 422, 424, 428, 440, 442, 446-7, 469, 473, 475, 483, 487, 511, 521.

-, -, signature, I. 70, 80, 108, 123, 127-8, 146, 151, 153, 162, 180, 186, 207, 214, 228, 236-7, 253, 289, 378, 548, 580, 686, 691, 755, 761, 764, 775, 779, 809, 814, 826, 842, 850, 868, 884, 888, 908, 921, 929, 942-3, 948, 957, 962-4
-, II. 3, 4, 11, 63, 120, 136, 141, 144, 159-60, 164, 171, 180, 195, 217, 220-1, 236, 244, 262, 281, 287, 318-19, 349, 361, 377, 408, 414, 417, 423, 433-4, 443, 461, 494, 502, 518-19, 522.

-, -, his physician. See Vandernot, J.

-, -, other references, I. 5, 7 (1, 2), 37 (2), 44 (pp. 28-9), 53, 64 (p. 44), 72, 118, 123, 127-8, 132, 135, 140, 155, 157, 163 (p. 98), 172-3, 186, 191-2, 207, 210, 213-14, 253, 269, 271 (p. 154), 304, 395 (p. 174), 316, 325, 402 (p. 238), 421, 434, 436 (ff. 80, 86-7, 89), 455 (p. 271), 457 (2), 458 (p. 274), 460, 467-8. 478, 497, 510 (p. 303), 513, 515, 537, 546, 558, 573, 581, 592 (p. 343), 596, 607, 614, 639, 651, 665, 678, 683, 691, 695, 741, 747, 749, 765, 768, 791-2, 835, 845, 874, 930, 935, 940, 951-3, 966 (p. 519), 971-2, 974-5 :—g. 100 (21, 32), 226 (25-30, 48, 84-5), 475 (9), 623 (19)
-, II. 1, 9, 10, 15, 19, 22 (p. 13), 58, 68, 79, 90, 93, 100, 108, 116, 121, 123, 155, 176, 188, 198, 213 (p. 112), 231 (pp. 119 bis, 120, 124, 126, 130-1), 235n., 269, 275-6, 307, 314 (p. 178), 323 (p. 182), 340, 343, 444, 450, 518, 540 (p. 288).

Suffolk, Katharine, Duchess Of, I. 873, 894.

Sugar, price of, I. 490.

Sulbery or Sulbury, Bucks. See Soulbury.

Sulby (Soulby) abbey (supp.), alias Welford abbey, Ntht., I. g. 623 (4), 981 (57, 62) II. 231 (p. 124) :—g. 107 (33, 56).

Sulgrave, Ntht., I. g. 475 (4).

Sulthorpe, Beds. See Souldrop.

Sulyarde, Bridget, I. 436 (f. 3).

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

Summerfield (Somerfild), Kent, I. 66 (c. 37).

Sumpe, in Romney parish, Kent, I. g. 802 (25).

Sunley Court (Sownlaycote, Sownley Cote), Yorks., near Nunnington II. g. 107 (8).

Sunninghill (Sonnynghill), Berks, II. 55.

-, letter dated at, II. 29.

-, grants dated at, II. g. 107 (29, 31, 34, 36, 40, 62, 64, 71), 241 (8, 20), 327 (5), 449 (2, 63).

Sunnyside (Sonnyside), in Scotland, II. 339.

Supremacy
-, Royal, I. 150, 170 ("new title"), 622 (3)
-, II. 546 (pp. 291, 295, 300-1, 303, 309).

Surgeons
-, Act authorising unprofessional practice as, I. 66 (12)
-, II. 211 (p. 110).

Surrey, I. 832 (pp. 467, 468 bis, 469).

- (and Sussex), sheriff of, II. g. 449 (79). See Palmer, J. (1543-4).

Surrey
-, (Sorey), Henry Howard, Earl Of, son of the Duke of Norfolk. I. 73-4, 315, 327, 347, 351, 390 (p. 228), 457 (2), 603 :—g. 226 (50)
-, II. 190, 243, 266, 292, 310, 312, 333, 337, 345, 401, 403, 405, 517.

-, -, his arms, I. 351.

-, -, charges against, I. 73-4, 315, 327, 347, 351.

Sussex
-, I. 72, 103, 644, 832 (pp. 467, 469) :— g. 475 (6)
-, II. g. 449 (66).

- (and Surrey), sheriff of, II. g. 449 (79). See Palmer, J. (1543-4).

Sussex
-, Robert Ratcliff, Earl Of, K.G., Great Chamberlain of England (died Dec. 1542), I. 166 :—g. 100 (35), 226 (58, 67), 623 (88)
-, II. g. 107 (37).

Sussex, Henry Ratcliff, Earl Of, I. 644, 680, 832 (p. 467) :—g. 100 (13), 226 (8, 67).

Sussex, Thomas, earl of (1556 to 1583), I. 411.

Sussex, Countess Dowager Of, I. 644, 832 (p. 467).

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

Sutherland (Sudderland, Southerlande), John, earl of, I. 305 (2), 827 (p. 465), 945.

-, -, signature of, I. 945.

Sutthill. See Sothill.

Sutton, Dors., I. 547.

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

Sutton, Leic., I. g. 802 (19, 27).

Sutton
-, Ntht., I. g. 981 (85)
-, II. g. 327 (13).

Sutton, Soms., I. g. 623 (78).

Sutton, Surr., I. g. 623 (45).

Sutton Courtney, Berks, I. g. 346 (32).

Sutton in Galtres or in the Forest, Yorks., I. g. 226 (66).

Sutton at Hone (S. at Howe), Kent, I. g. 623 (92).

Sutton Maddock, Salop, I. g. 981 (53).

Sutton or S. Mallet, Soms., I. g. 222 (77).

Sutton by Shrewsbury, I. g. 981 (53).

Sutton under Whitestonecliff, Yorks., I. g. 226 (66).

Sutton, Agnes, I. g. 474 (19).

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

-, Gilbert, I. g. 100 (18 p. 67).

-, Sir Hen., I. g. 226 (48).

-, Jas., II. 530.

-, John, I. 436 (f. 21), 513 :—g. 226 (79 p. 131).

-, Ralph, I. g. 226 (79, 89).

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

-, Thos., I. 832 (p. 467) :—g. 100 (30), 226 (25), 474 (19)
-, II. 231 (p. 120).

Sutton's farm, Essex, II. g. 107 (63).

Swadlingcote (Swatlingcoote), Derb., II. g. 107 (48).

Swalcliffe (Swaclyff), Devon, II. g. 449 (45).

Swallow, Linc., II. g. 327 (17), 449 (28).

Swan, Thos., vicar of Sheldwich, II. 546 (pp. 308, 318).

Swanage (Swannewych), Dors., I. 547.

Swanbourn, Bucks, I. p. 551.

Swanlowe, Chesh., I. p. 551 bis.

Swannewych, Dors. See Swanage.

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

Swanton alias Swanton Abbot, Norf., I. 66 (c. 47).

Swatlingcoote, Derb. See Swadlingcote.

Sway (Sweye), Hants, I. g. 226 (79 p. 130-1).

Sweden
-, (Sewthen, Sewethen), I. 29, 44 (pp. 28, 30), 781, 931
-, II. 152, 179 (2).

-, King of. See Gustavus.

-, secretary of, I. 781.

Swell, Old- (Oldeswell), Glouc., I. g. 981 (20-1).

Swertlinghide, Hants, I. g. 226 (79 pp. 130-1).

Swethyn. See Sweden.

Sweting, John, I. 447.

Sweye, Hants. See Sway.

Swiches. See Swiss soldiers.

Swillington, George, I. g. 981 (8).

Swine. See Pigs.

Swineshead (Swynneshed), Linc., abbey (supp.), I. g. 623 (4, 13).

Swingfield (Swynfelde), Kent, I. g. 226 (79).

-, preceptory (supp.) of St. John, I. g. 226 (79).

Swinhoe
-, (Swynnowe, Swynnoe, Swynnew, Swyno, Swynewes, Swynnoo, Swyneho). Gilbert, I. 153, 595, 678, 749, 764, 903
-, II. 298, 382, 414.

- (Swinhowe), John, I. g. 474 (38).

Swinton (Swyntoun, Swynston), in Scotland, II. 309.

-, the laird of, I. 8
-, II. 309.

Swiss soldiers
-, (Swychez, Swiches, Switzers), I. 62 (p. 40), 106, 113, 163 (p. 98), 321, 588, 599, 640-1, 763 (p. 430)
-, II. 25, 179 (2), 242, 290, 294, 321 (2).

Switzerland And The Swiss
-, I. 62 (p. 40), 398
-, II. 467 (p. 254), 492, 528 :—App. 6. See also Swiss soldiers.

-, French ambassadors to, II. App. 6.

Switzers. See Swiss.

Swthyrland. See Sutherland.

Swychez. See Swiss.

Swynneshed. See Swineshead.

Swynnew or Swynnowe. See Swinhoe.

Swyno. See Swinhoe.

Swynscoo. Ric., I. g. 802 (27).

Swyre, Dors., I. g. 547.

Syddelyng, Dors. See Sydling.

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

-, Thos., II. g. 241 (25).

Sydling (Syddelyng), Dors., I. g. 981 (46).

Sydling, Broad- (Broydsydling), Dors., I. g. 981 (46).

Sydling, Up- (Upsydling), Dors., I. g. 981 (46).

Sykys, John, II. g. 241 (18).

Syleham, Suff., I. g. 802 (11).

Sylverley, Camb., I. g. 226 (79 p. 132).

Symlott. See Gymlott.

Symmersyd. See Somerset.

Symmysborow. See Symondsbury.

Symondsbury (Symmysborow), Dors., I. 547.

Symple or Sympill. See Semple.

Symson. See Simpson.

Syng, Wm., II. g. 449 (39).

Synkler. See St. Clair.

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

Syresham (Sigressham) Ntht., I. g. 226 (79).

Systerchampton, Soms., I. g. 981 (89).

Sywell and Sywell Wood
-, Ntht., I. g. 226 (38)
-, II. g. 529 (28).



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