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'Index: L', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 20 Part 2: August-December 1545 (1907), pp. 756-777. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=80449 Date accessed: 29 November 2014.


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Labdon, Wm., i. g. 620 (4).

La Borde, François de, alias Mons. Jaques, alias Claude Franchois, i. 428, 452 (3).

La Brossé (La Broussé), Jacques de, sieur de La Brossé, Francis I.'s cup-bearer, letters from, i. 213; ii. 1018–9.

-, -, other reference (?), ii. 986.

Laceby (Lasbye), Linc., i. g. 846 (9).

Lacenbye. See Lasenby.

Lacey. See Lacy.

Lache, Ric., i. 557 (f. 7).

Lacheford, Oxon. See. Latchford.

Lachinden Wm., ii. 402.

Lacies Court (Lacys Courte), Berks, i. p. 684.

Lacke, Robt., ii. App. 43 (50, 54).

Lackenby (Laykenby), Yorks., i. p. 680.

Lackford, Suff., i. g. 1335 (22).

Lacock, Wilts. See Laycock.

Lacrois, a French, envoy to Scotland, i. 202 (2), 213, 477.

Lactre, —, i. 732.

La Cueva, Barth. de, Cardinal (19 Dec. 1544), brother of the Duke of Alburquerque, i. 45, 94, 1233.

La Cueva, Bertrand de, duke of Alburquerque, q. v.

La Cueva, Don Pedro de, ii. 1016, 1022, 1030.

Lacye, Alice, i. g. 621 (12).

-, (Lacie), Hen., i. 557 (f. 67).

-, Hugh, i. g. 1335 (55 p. 672).

-, Jas., i. g. 1335 (55 p. 672).

-, (Lacey), John, i. 1118.

-, Marm., i. p. 684.

-, Ric., i. g. 621 (12 p. 309).

-, (Lasye), Robt., i. g. 623 (pp. 323–5).

-, Wm., i. g. 1335 (18).

Laddyngton, Leic. See Lodington.

Lademan, Thos., i. g. 1335 (27).

Lady Kirk (Our Lady Church) alias Setlington, in Scotland, ii. 533 (p. 249), 633 (p. 291).

Laenge. See Langen.

Lafeddon, in Scotland. See Lessudden.

Lafforde, Linc. See Sleaford.

La Font, Sieur de. See Bayard.

La Forest, — de, letter from, i. 907.

-, Jehan de, ii. 959.

La Fuente, Fernando de, i. 459.

Lagers Maure. See Legars Muir.

Laghthorne, Rog., i. g. 465 (63).

Laghton Linc. See Laughton.

La Goletta, in Algiers, i. 345.

La Hague, in Normandy, ii. 30.

La Héve, Cape de, in Normandy, ii. 82 n.

Laibach (Lubiana), in Hungary, i. 1188; ii. 22.

La Jaille, Seigneur de. lieutenant to the seigneur de Lorges, i. 895.

Lake, Wilts, ii. g. 707 (10).

Lake, —, ii. 762.

-, John, i. g. 620 (4).

Lakyn, Ric., i. g. 621 (12 p. 310).

-, (Laken), Robert, ii. 846.

-, Thos., i. g. 620 (28).

-, Wm., i. g. 620 (28).

Lalaing, Comte de, president of Artois, signature, i. 64.

-, Ph. de, count of Hoogstraten, q. v.

Lalam, Midd. See Laleham.

Laland. See Leland.

Lalant, Cornw. See Lelant.

Lalee, Dors., ii. g. 496 (30).

Laleham (Lalam), Midd., i. p. 681.

Lam, Wm., i. g. 1081 (28).

La Marck, Robert de la, sieur de Sedan, q. v.

Lamarmor. See Lammermuir.

La Marsh (Lammershe), Essex, i. g. 125 (2).

Lamb. See Lambe.

Lambald, Thos., i. g. 1081 (27).

Lambarde, Luke, ii. 88.

Lambay island, off Dublin, i. 665.

Lambden (Landed in Scotland, ii. 456 (p. 199), 533 (p. 248).

Lambe, Edith, i. g. 465 (83).

-, Geo., clk., ii. g. 707 (27).

-, John, i. p. 680.

-, Ric., i. g. 465 (101).

-, (Lamb), Thos., i. 1202 xiv.

Lambert, —, i. g. 465 (79).

-, Alice, i. g. 846 (71).

-, (Lamberte), Ant., i. g. 1335 (13 bis).

-, (Lambarte), John, i. g. 622 (p. 318), 623 (p. 323): ii. g. 496 (29).

-, Ric., letter from, ii. 932.

-, (Lamberd), Wm., i. 557 (f. 19):—g. 1335 (27).

Lambeth (Lambyth, Lambhethe), Surr., i. 228, 1241 (p. 618); ii. g. 496 (29).

Lambourn, Berks., ii. g. 910 (21).

Lambston (Llamerstone), in South Wales, i. p. 684.

La Mirandola. See Mirandula.

Lamkyne, Thos., ii. g. 1068 (19).

Lamley, John, i. g. 1335 (12).

Lammermuir (Lamarmor), in Scotland, i. 174.

Lammershe. See La Marsh.

Lampley, Thos., i. g. 621 (12 p. 311); ii. g. 406 (44).

Lamplugh or Lamploughe, Robt., sheriff or Cumberland (1545–6), i. g. 624 (12); ii. g. 910 (52).

Lamportes, Suss., i. g. 846 (17).

Lamynge, Thos., ii. g. 707 (14).

Lanark (Langrik), in Scotland, ii. 534, 676.

Lanaunte, Cornw. See Lelant.

Lancashire (Longcashire), i. 155, 555 (2), 1030:—g. 621 (3). 846 (2); ii. 308, 360, 909 (25):—App. 4 (3).

-, clerk of the Crown and escheator, i. g. 621 (13).

Lancashire (Lankeshire), John, i. g. 621 (12 p. 309 bis).

-, Rog., i. g. 846 (59).

Lancaster, county palatine of, ii. 850 (25).

Lancaster. Duchy of, i. 657:—g. 846 (8), 1081 (50); ii. 729, 769, 853, 909 (36), 1067 (47):— g. 1068 (28).

-, -, annexation to (Act), ii. 850 (21).

-, -, clerk of the Council, ii. 418 (2).

-, -, sheriff in, ii. 909 (59).

Lancaster, John, i. g. 846 (71).

-, (Lancastre), Ric., i. g. 621 (12 p. 310).

-, Thos., i. g. 621 (12 p. 310).

-, Wm, ii. 1035 (f. 23).

-, Wm. (attainted and executed in 1537), i. g. 282 (52).

Lanchegrave (i.e. Landgrave). See Hesse, landgrave of.

Lancing (Launsyng), Suss., i. g. 465 (82).

Lancote, Berks. See Longcott.

Land, Wm., i. g. 1335 (51).

Landelo. See Andalot.

Landen, in Scotland. See Lambden.

Landenberg (Landenburghe). Chr. von. a German captain retained, by Henry VIII. in 1544, and his men, i. 72 (p. 33), 74, 107 (pp. 49, .50), 231, 239, 426, 851, 933, 1046 (p. 503), 1239; ii. 179, 203, 297 (p. 137), 300, 775 n.

Landersey. See Landrechies.

Landesdalle, Thos., i. g. 1081 (19 p. 522).

Landgrave, the. See Hesse, Landgrave of.

Lando, Piero, doge of Venice (died 9 Nov. 1545), i. 1280; ii. 269, 790, 887, 966–7.

Landogh. See Llandough.

Landrechies (Landrecis, Landerssie, Landersey), in Hainault, i. 7 (p. 5), 425 (p. 188), 463 (p. 207), 983 (p. 477), 1087 (p. 537); ii. 203 ("Cambresis"), 605, 748, 878, 1030.

Land's, End, the. See North Foreland.

Lane, Hugh, i. 702.

-, John, i. 208–9:—g. 622 (p. 316), 846 (30), 1335 (21).

-, -, signature of, i. 208–9.

-, Robt., i. g. 621 (12 p. 309).

-, Thos., i. g. 622 (pp. 313–4, 317), 623 (p. 320).

-, Wm., i. g. 621 (12 p. 311).

Laneham (Lavom, Lanome), Notts., i. g. 465 (39).

Laneham, Suff., ii. g. 496 (50, 68 p. 232).

Lanercost, Cumb., ii. 676.

Langborough, Glouc. See Longborough.

Langby, Hugh, ii. g. 707 (50).

Langcottes, Dors., ii. g. 1068 (46).

Langdale, Ant., i. g. 623 (p. 323).

Langdall, Master, i. g. 1081 (19 p. 521).

Langdon (Longdon), Warw., i. g. 465 (22 pp. 211–2).

Langdon, John, ii. 706 (12).

-, Robt., i. g. 622 (p. 318); ii. 706 (12), 1035 (f. 32).

Lange, M. de, i. 1197 (p. 583).

Laugen (Lange, Laenge), Harbert van, a German leader, ii. 165, 259, 274, 342, 434.

Langeville, Sieur de, letter from, i. 907.

Langey (Langeys), Martin du Bellay siettr de, brother of Cardinial du Bellay, i. 1096, 1109 (p. 547).

Langford (Langforthe), Norf., i. g. 624 (15).

Langham, in Scotland. See Langholm.

Langham, Wm., i. g. 465 (21).

Langharn, Steph., i. g. 282 (15).

Langholm (Langham), in Scotland, in English hands, i. 77, 129, 167, 384, 491, 642; ii. 137, 685.

Langholme, Ghr., i. g. 623 (p. 324).

Langhurst, Surr., ii. g. 496 (26).

Langley, Berks., i. g. 465 (91), 1081 (52).

Langley, Hants, i. g. 1335 (33).

Langley, Kent, ii. g. 1068 (8).

Langley (Langeley), Leic., priory (supp.), ii. g. 496 (34).

Langley (Longley), Warw., i. g. 1335 (34).

Langley Down, Berks., i. g. 465 (91).

Langley or Kirk Langley, Derb., i. 1030.

Langley Marsh (Marres, Marreys), Bucks, ii. g. 1068 (29, 50).

Langley Regis or Childer Langley, Herts, Black Friars (supp.). i. 557 (f. 35):—g. 465 (36).

Langley (Langeley), Chr., ii. g. 496 (34).

-, Edm., i. g. 846 (93 p. 427).

-, Edmund de, duke of York, son of Edward III., i. g. 1081 (26).

-, Hugh, ii. g. 707 (50).

-, Thos., i. g. 465 (55).

Langoneck, Cornw. See Langunnett.

Langrigg (Langrike), Cumb., i. g. 1335 (27).

Langrik, in Scotland. See Lanark.

Langthonye, Glouc. See Lantony.

Langthorne, Isabella, i. g. 1081 (19 p. 524).

Langthorpe, Yorks., ii. g. 707 (27).

Langton, Dors., i. g. 1335 (18).

Langton, Linc., i. g. 1333 (11 p. 657).

Langton juxta Horncastle, Linc., i. g. 465 (38).

Langton Magna, Yorks., ii. g. 496 (11).

Langton (Langtoun), in Scotland, ii. 400, 533 (p. 248). See also

Lanton.

-, laird of, ii. 458, 515, 533 (p. 248), 540, 572.

Langton, Thos., chaplain, i. g. 1081 (19).

-, Walt., i. g. 620 (8 p. 300).

Langua or Llangua (Langwia), manor or late priory, Monm., i. g. 1081 (36).

Langunnett (Langoneck), Cornw., ii. g. 496 (6).

Langworth, East- (Estlangwath), Linc., ii. g. 266 (23).

Lanherne, in Mawgan parish, Cornw. See Arundell, Sir J.

Lankeshire. See Lancashire.

Lanlesyck, Cornw., i. g. 282 (19 p. 124).

Lanome, Notts. See Laneham.

Lanoy, Baudoin de, sieur de Tourcoing, q.v.

Lansgrave, the. See Hesse, landgrave of.

Lantegloss, Cornw., ii. g. 496 (6).

Lantgravius. See Hesse, landgrave of.

Lanthewy. See Llanddewi.

Lanton (Langton, Langeton, Langtowne), in Scotland, ii. 456 (2), 533 (p. 247), 633 (p. 291).

Lantony (Lanthony), or L. Prima, Moum., priory (supp.), i. g. 282 (19), 1335 (11 p. 657).

Lantony (Langthonye, Lanthony), or L. Secunda, Glouc., priory (supp.), i. 557 (ff. 26, 42):—g. 232 (19, 52 p. 129), 465 (82); ii. g. 707 (10. 52 p. 330), 910 (6, 33, 82 p. 456).

Lanveyr Ar Bryn. See Llanfair-ar-y-bryn.

Lany, John, i. g. 465 (63).

Lanzknechts. See German soldiers.

Laours. See Caours.

Lapi, Thomas de, agent of King Ferdinand, i. 1076.

La Place, Simon de, a Frenchman, ii. 959, 1010.

La Planche (Plancius), Seigneur de, ii. 856, 918, 926–7, 941–3, 954, 984 (p. 485), 998, 1011.

La Pommeraye. See Pommeraye.

Lapworth, Warw., i. g. 1081 (49).

Lapworth, John, i. g. 1335 (51).

-, Ric., i. g. 620 (8 p. 300).

Larden, Nether and Over-, Salop, ii. g. 496 (34).

Larder, John, i. g. 1081 (24).

-, Robt., i. g. 1081 (24).

-, Walter, i. g. 1081 (24).

-, Wm., i. g. 1081 (24).

La Rea (del Real), Bantolome de, a captain of Spaniards in French service, i. 619 (p. 297).

-, Juan Ortiz de, i. 1080, 1225 (?)

-, -, examination of, i. 1080.

La Reya, Ramos de, captain of a Spanish ship, i. 1217.

Large, Arth., ii. g. 1068 (46).

Larke, Thos., i. 557 (ff. 66–8):—p.675:—g. 846 (93); ii. g. 707 (52).

L'Arme, Larmes, or Larmy, L. de. See Da l'Armi.

La Roche, Mons. de i. 1046 (p. 503); ii. 8.

La Roche sur Yonne, Prince de, i. 619, 682 (p. 356), 1069, 1288; ii. 493 (p. 213).

La Rochelle (Rochelle, Rochell), in France, i. 619, 694, 987, 1007, 1069; ii. 184, 190, 561 (p. 262), 810:—App. 39.

L'Artigue (Artigo, Lartique), Pierre de Bidous (Bidoce), sieur de, French ship-captain in the English service, i. 1311; ii. 24. 706 (6), 1035 (f. 23):—g. 707 (5).

Lartington, Yorks., i. g. 1081 (36).

Lasbye, Linc. See Laceby.

Lasco, John a (dominus Lasko), of Emden, ii. 37 (2).

Lasenby (Lassonbye, Lasenbey), Geo., ii, 603, 706 (33):—g. 707 (33).

-, (Lacenbye), Hen., ii. g. 266 (23).

Lasingbye, Cumb. See Lazonby.

Lasko, Dominus. See Lasco.

Lasselles (Lassellis, Lassell, Losselles, Lassellys), Sir Roger, i. 339 (2), 641:—g. 465 (39), 623 (p. 323, 325); ii. 633.

Lassonbye. See Lasenby.

Lastingham, Yorks., i. g. 465 (39 p. 215).

Lasye. See Lacye.

Latchford (Lacheford), Oxon, ii. g. 1068 (50).

Lateward, Thos., i. g. 846 (11): ii. g. 496 (34).

Latham, Robt., i. g. 282 (20).

Lathbury (Latheburye, Lathbyrr), Bucks, i. 368:—p. 679 bis; ii. 150, 861:—g. 707 (52).

-, Ernesden (Aernsden), wood, i. g. 621 (12 p. 310); ii. 150:—App. 43 (18, 21, 26).

La Thilloye, Sieur de, of Flandens ii. 56.

Lathorpe, Yorks. See Laysthorpe.

Lathum, Thos., i. g. 623 (p. 322).

Latimer (Lattemer), Sir John Neville lord (knighted 22 Sept. 1545), ii. 633, 1029:—g. 910 (82).

Latimer, Hugh, bp. of Worcester (resigned in July 1539), i. 557 (f. 44).

Latimer, John, i. g. 621 (12 p. 308).

-, Wm., master of the College of St. Laurence, Pountney, i. 2.

Latin language, i. 342, 661, 677–8, 1210; ii. 115, 179, 352, 733 (pp. 345, 347), 774.

La Torre, Alvaro, i. 1202 (7).

-, Antonio de, i. 337.

-, Jacques, secretary to Mary of Hungary, i. 1300.

La Touche, M. de, ii. 1018–9.

Lattemer. See Latimer.

Latton, Wilts, i. g. 282 (52, 120).

Latton, Mr., ii. 988.

-, (Lytton), John, i. g. 622 (pp. 3134–4, 318), 623 (p. 320).

-, Robt., i. g. 623 (p. 324).

L'Aubespine (Lobespyn), Claude de, Francis I.'s secretary of Finances, i. 7 (p. 3), 458, 542, 548, 570, 644, 682, 791, 797; ii. 703.

Lauder (Lawder, Lawdre, Lawdar, Lawdir), in Scotland, i. 129, 355 (p. 162), 382, 385; ii. 400, 500, 533 (p. 248).

-, letters dated at, 265–6.

Lauder, Henry, advocate, ii. 275, 330, 469, 534, 913.

-, (Lawdre), Sandy, ii. 360.

Lauenburg (Lawmburgk), letter dated at, ii. 75.

Lauenburg (Lowenberg, Lowenburgh, Lowenbreck, Luxenburg, Lowenberghe, Loohenberge, Lowenborech, Loemburghe), Francis duke of ("of Sassen, Engerenn and Westhpfalen"), i. 1029, 1087, 1094, 1204; ii. 60, 68–9, 75, 203, 207, 220, 259, 270, 274, 280, 284, 297, 333–4 342–3, 434, 443, 595, 653, 756, 832, 957–8, 1039:—App. 22.

-, -, letters from, ii. 60, 75, 832.

-, -, envoys of. See Daldorp. Schutz, Massow, Melcher.

-, -, offer of, i. 1029; ii. 60 (2), 220, 832 (2):—App. 22.

-, -, his captain, ii. 595, 653, 756.

-, -, his chancellor. See Schutz, J.

-, -, his family, ii. 69 (p. 35).

-, -, his lieutenant. See Abberschuse, H. von.

Lauford. See Lawford.

Laughton (Lawghton, Laghton), Linc., i. g. 282 (52 p. 129), 1081 (18, 22).

Laughton, Suss., ii. 974.

Laughton, East- (Estlawton), Linc., i. g. 1081 (18).

Laughton, West- (Westlawton), Linc., i. g. 1081 (18).

Laughton, —, i. g. 1335 (11); ii. g. 496 (68 p. 231).

-, Thos., i. g. 1335 (11); ii. g. 1068 (19, pp. 535–6).

-, Wm., i. g. 846 (53), 1081 (58).

Launceston, Cornw., castle, i. g. 622 (p. 312–3), 623 (p. 319–20).

-, priory (supp.), i. 557 (f. 21):—g. 620 (4).

-, -, prior. See Shere, J.

Launde, Leic., ii. App. 43 (65).

-, priory (supp.), i. 557 (f. 33):—p. 678:—g. 282 (52), 620 (55); ii. g. 910 (82).

Launde (Lawnede, Lawnd), John, purveyor or butcher, i. 228 (2), 557 (f. 58), 640, 684, 1164; ii. 462, 471.

Launder, Nic., i. 557 (ff. 55, 59).

-, Robt., i. g. 1335 (34).

Launsyng, Suss. See Lancing.

Laurence. See Lawrence.

Laurens, Jean, i. 1202 iv. See also Lawrence.

Laus, Robt., i. g. 620 (5).

Lauson. See Lawson.

Lauton. See Layton.

Lautreo, Odet de Foix sieur de (died in 1528), i. 7 (p. 5).

Lavage, Steph., i. g. 621 (12).

Laval, Count of, i. 92, 94, 191 (p. 85), 194.

Lavant, Suss., i. g. 1335 (19).

Lavant, Mid- (Mylavant), Suss., i. p. 682.

La Vega, Gonzalo Chaco de, a captain of Spaniards, i. 876.

Laventon (Lavendon), Bucks., priory (supp.), i. p. 676, 679 bis:—g. 621 (12 p. 310), 1081 (36); ii. g. 707 (52 bis).

La Vere. See Veere.

Laverock or Laverok, Thos., i. g. 621 (12 p. 309 bis).

Laverton, Glouc., i. p. 676.

Lavile. See Lavyle.

Lavington (Levyngton), Linc., i. g. 1335 (11, 55 "Denyngton").

Lavington, Wilts, ii. 850 (6).

Lavom, Notts. See Laneham.

Lavyle (Lavile, Lavyll), John, i. 102, ii.:—g. 620 (27), 1335 (44).

Law, Terms adjourned, i. 703; ii. 302, 424.

Lawcell, Suff. See Lawshall.

Lawder or Lawdre. See Lander.

Lawe, —, i. 278; ii. 812.

-, Ric., i. g. 465 (55).

-, Thos., i. p. 678:—g. 465 (75); ii. g. 707 (52).

Lawes, Edw., ii. 1067 (9).

Lawford, Essex, i. g. 1335 (55 p. 672).

Lawford. (Lauford), Hen., i. g. 620 (8 p. 300).

Lawghton, Linc. See Laughton.

Lawles, John, ii. 1035 (f. 30).

Lawley, Marg. le, i. g. 620 (8).

-, Ric., ii. g. 496 (34, 68 pp. 231–2).

-, Thos., i. g. 1081 (58); ii. 947:—g. 266 (36), 496 (34, 68 pp. 231–2), 1068 (42).

Lawling (Lawelyng), Essex, ii. 1066.

Lawmburgk. See Lauenburg.

Lawnede. See, Launde.

La Woode, Piers de, ii. 230.

Lawrence, Eliz., i. g. 282 (37).

-, (Laurens), Giles, ii. g. 910 (4).

-, (Laurens), Hugh, ii. g. 910 (4).

-, John, ii. g. 496 (57).

-, Oliver, i. g. 846 (93 p. 428).

-, Peter, ii. g. 707 (50).

-, Robt., ii. g. 496 (12, 68 p. 231).

-, Rog., ii. 1035 (f. 27).

-, Thos., i. 1202 (4):—g. 465 (58); ii. 1035 (f. 27).

-, Valentine, i. g. 465 (99).

-, (Lawrans, Laurence), Wm., i. 778, 818:—g. 282 (37), 465 (99), 620 (9), 622 (pp. 314–5), 623 (pp. 321–2); ii. 186 (4), 336:—g. 910 (62):—App. 13, 43 (8).

-, -, letter to, ii. App. 43 (8).

Lawrence Weston (Weston St. Lawrence), Glouc., i. g. 1335 (11).

Lawry, John, i. g. 282 (15).

-, Wm., ii. 1035 (f. 29).

Laws, Thos., i. 1202 (4).

Lawshall (Lawcell), Suff., ii. g. 496 (2).

Lawson, —, i. 671, 1077; ii. 308.

-, Sir George, dec., i. g. 466 (39 p. 215), 1081 (19 pp. 522–3, 28).

-, George, i. 732, 737, 867; ii. 457.

-, Jas., i. g. 1081 (19).

-, (Lauson), James, a Scot, T. Foster's "taker," i. 857 (3), 1106 (2).

-, John, i. g. 465 (39 p. 215).

-, Ralph, i. g. 1081 (19).

-, Ric., i. g. 1081 (19).

-, Robt., i. g. 465 (19).

-, Thos., ii. g. 1068 (46).

-, Wm., i. g. 1335 (12 p. 659).

Lawyers, abuses of, ii. 733.

Laxton, Ntht., i. g. 846 (93 p. 427).

Laxton, Notts., ii. g. 266 (23 "Linc.").

Laxton (Laxten), Hen., ii. 723.

-, Leo, i. g. 1335 (11 p. 657).

-, Sir Wm., lord mayor of London (1544–5), i. 390, 1304:—g. 622 (p. 314); ii. 223 (3), 660:—g. 707 (19).

Layche. See Liege.

Laycock (Lacock), Wilts, nunnery (supp.), ii. g. 496 (46), 707 (10).

Laykenby, Yorks. See Lackenby.

Laylynde. See Dela Lynde.

Layne, Marg., i. g. 846 (93 p. 428).

Laynster. See Leinster.

Laysthorpe (Lathorpe), Yorks., i. pp. 676–7:—g. 1068 (19 pp. 536, 538).

Layton (Lauton), Sir Brian, captain of Norham (killed 27 Feb. 1545), i. 37, 79, 280, 311, 340, 481, 1046 (1, 2):—g. 282 (9); ii. 432, 945.

-, -, signature of, i. 79.

-, Cuthbert, one of the Pensioners, i. 280, 340 (1, 2).

-, -, letter from, i. 280.

-, (Leighton), Robt., i. g. 1081 (19).

-, (Leyton), Wm., i. 833, 910; ii. g. 266 (35).

-, -, signature of, i. 910.

-, Wm., keeper of Tokyngton chapel, i. 748.

-, See also Leighton.

Layton Stone, Essex. See Leytonstone.

Lazonby (Lasingbye), Cumb., i. g. 1335 (27).

Lea (Lee), Linc., ii. g. 266 (23).

Lea Mansion ("Lee, Beds."), Warw., i. 994:—g. 1081 (47).

Lead, i. 13, 68, 166, 273 (p. 116), 544 (p. 258), 557 (ff. 67 bis, 68), 580, 707, 732, 829, 879, 926, 930, 984 (p. 479), 996, 1009, 1014, 1076, 1161, 1180, 1202 i., 1239, 1241 (p. 618), 1260, 1265, 1270, 1275, 1285, 1299, 1302, 1316; ii. 1, 97–8, 113–4, 121, 143, 222, 231, 296, 327, 458, 492, 598, 633, 868, 909 (8), 945.

-, aqueducts of, ii. g. 496 (27).

-, of churches, &c., i. g. 846 (41).

-, mines, i. g. 624 (5).

-, new way of melting, ii. 37 (2).

-, record of deliveries, i. 1270; ii. App. 41.

Leadbeter (Leydebeter), Robt., i. 874:—g. 1081 (28).

-, (Ledebetor), Thos., ii. g. 266 (15).

Leadenham (Ledeham, Ledenham), Linc., i. 557 (f. 74):—p. 683:—g. 1081 (18), 1335 (11).

Lead Grange (Leadegraunge), Yorks., i. g. 465 (26).

Leadon (Ledon), Heref., ii. g. 910 (82 p. 456).

Leadys, Kent. See Leeds.

Leage. See Liege.

Leagrave (Lytgrave), Beds., i. g. 465 (99).

Learme, Ludovico de. See Da l'Armi.

Leasingham (Leysyngham, Lessyngham), Linc., i. g. 1335 (12); ii. g. 1068 (19 pp. 535, 538).

Leather (calf skins, hides), i. 825 (p. 407); ii. 396.

-, export of, i. g. 125 (8), 282 (39); ii. g. 1068 (31).

-, sealing of, ii. 706 (22).

Leatherhead (Ledered), Surr., ii. g. 910 (32).

Leavette. See Levet.

Le Barowe, Worc. See Berrow.

Lebberton, in Scotland. See Libberton.

Le Blanc, Jehan, ii. 885.

Le Botwood (Libote Woode) Salop, ii. g. 1068 (30).

Lebourne, Robt., i. g. 1335 (51).

Leche, Robt., i. g. 1335 (12 p. 659); ii. g. 496 (68), 910 (82 p. 455).

-, Simon, i. g. 846 (87).

-, (Litche, Lyche), Wm., a Scot, i. 165:—g. 125 (8); ii. 878.

Lechen, in Flanders, i. 1202 xlviii.

Lechenour, Ric., i. 853.

Leckford (Leckeforde, Lecford) or L. Abbots, Hants., i. g. 1335 (40); ii. g. 496 (68 p. 231), 910 (82 p. 455).

Leckhampstead (Lekehampsted), Berks, i. p. 678.

"Le Croft," Hunts., i. g. 283 (47).

Le Crotoy (Crotoye), in France, i. 925. 1007, 1036 ii.

Ledar. See Leder.

Ledbetter. See Leadbeter.

Ledbury, Heref., ii. g. 496 (34).

Leddes, John. See Leedes.

Ledebetor. See Leadbeter.

Ledeham. See Leadenham.

Ledell, Peter, i. g. 1081 (19).

Ledenham, Linc. See Leadenham.

Leder (Ledar), Oliver, i. p. 674:—g. 622 (pp. 314–15, 318), 623 (pp. 321–2); ii. g. 496 (50).

Ledered, Surr. See Leatherhead.

Ledes, Kent. See Leeds.

Ledes (surname). See Leedes.

Ledon, Heref. See Leadon.

Le Doulce, Pero, the King's French cook, ii. 1035 (f. 17).

Led wore, Derb., i. g. 465 (72).

Lee, Essex. See. Leigh.

Lee, Warw. See Lea Marston.

Lee, Priors, Salop. See Priors Lee.

Lee, Edward, abp. of York (died 15 Sept. 1544), i. p. 677:—g. 125 (4).

Lee (Lyghe, Leigh, Ligh), Mr., i. 368, 550 (p. 261); ii. 939, 947.

-, (Alye), Adam, i. p. 677.

-, Sir Ant., i. g. 622 (p. 315), 623 (p. 325), 1335 (55); ii. g. 1068 (52).

-, Benedict, i. 557 (f. 69).

-, (Leygh, Lye), Chr., i. g. 1335 (27); ii. g. 496 (7 bis).

-, Edm., i. g. 622 (p. 318), 623 (p. 322).

-, Edw., ii. g. 1068 (52).

-, Fras. à, ii. g. 496 (56).

-, Geoff., i. p. 677:—g. 623 (pp. 323–4).

-, (Lygh), Henry, i. 560:—g. 465 (101), 840 (30).

-, Hugh, i. g. 282 (19).

-, (Leigh, Alye, Alee, Legh), John, i. p. 677:—g. 465 (45, 58), 1081 (24 bis, 32), 1335 (17); ii. 265, 1035 (f. 27):—g. 496 (7, 16, 44), 707 (52), 910 (52), 1068 (19 pp. 535–6, 52).

-, -, letter from, ii. 265.

-, (Leigh, Lye), Laur., ii. 911, 1035 (f. 22).

-, (Alye), Marg., i. g. 620 (8).

-, (Le), Nic., of Addington, i. g. 622 (p. 315).

-, (Leghe, à Lighe), Sir Piers, i. g. 622 (p. 316); ii. 633.

-, Randall, ii. 1035 (f. 30).

-, Sir Richard, Receiver of Wards and Liveries (13 March, 1544, to 30 Jan. 1545), i. 99, 205–6, 222, 359, 381, 557 (ff. 46, 61), 671, 717, 799, 864, 1235:—g. 125 (6, 26–7, 31), 622 (p. 317), 623 (p. 325); ii. 24, 61, 169, 951, 1010:—g. 1068 (52):—App. 19.

-, -, letters from, i. 205–6.

-, -, signature of, ii. 24.

-, (Legh), Ric., i. .538 (p. 255):—p. 677:—g. 620 (37); ii. 910 (82), 1068 (19, 20).

-, (Legh), Robt., i. 538 (p. 255); ii. g. 496 (56), 1068 (19, 22, 52).

-, Rog., ii. g. 1068 (50).

-, (Leighe, Lye, Alye), Thos., i. 557 (ff. 35, 38, 73):—p. 678:—g. 620 (8). 621 (13), 1081 (49): ii. g. 496 (7), 910 (13).

-, (Leigh, Legh. Lygh), Wm., i. g. 282 (40), 622 (pp. 314, 316, 318–19), 623 (pp. 323 bis, 325); ii. 88:—g. 910 (52).

Leedes (Leddes, Ledes), John, i. g. 622 (pp. 315, 319), 623 (pp. 321, 324).

-, Thos., i. g. 1081 (19 p. 521).

Leeds (Ledes, Leadys), Kent, i. 519:—pp. 680–1.

-, priory (supp.), i. 537 (f. 25):—pp. 680–1; ii. g. 266 (16).

Leeds (Ledes), Yorks., i. p. 683:—g. 1081 (28).

-, Kirkegate, i. g. 1081 (28).

Leef. See Leffe.

Lee Hoo, Suff., ii. g. 496 (68 p. 231).

Leek, Staff., i. pp. 680, 681 bis.

Leeke (Leke), Ant., i. g. 465 (22).

-, (Leke), Francis or Sir Fras., i. 671, 1085, 1236, 1326:—g. 465 (72), 622 (p. 316), 623 (pp. 323, 325), 1081 (58); ii. 118 (p. 54), 160, 169 (p. 72).

-, -, letter from, i. 1236.

-, (Leke), John, i. g. 622 (pp. 316, 319) 623 (pp. 323, 325), 846 (71, 87).

-, Thos., i. g. 846 (87 p. 426).

Leeming (Lemyng), Little-, Yorks., i. p. 680.

Leen, Geo., i. g. 282 (37).

Lees. See Leighs.

Leeuwerden (Lewerden), in Friesland, ii. 249 (2).

Leez, Ric., i. g. 465 (45).

Le Fevre, Chr., priest, of Ghent, ii. 340.

Leffe or Leef, John, rector of Framfield, signature, i. 333.

Legan. See Logan.

Legars Muir (Lagers Maure), in Scotland, ii. 456 (p. 199), 533 (p. 248).

Legat, Wm., ii. 141.

Lege, Wm., i. g. 465 (99).

Legent, Edw., i. 1055.

Legge or Leg, Robt., comptroller of the King's ships, i. 557 (f. 47), 717, 799, 833, 881; ii. 88, 1051:—App. 27 iii., iv.

Lech (Leigh) or Lee, Sir Thomas, LL.D., one of the masters of Chancery, i. 775:—p. 681:—g. 465 (39), 1081 (24); ii. 160, 709.

-, -, note by, i. 775.

Leghe. See Lee; also Leith.

Legiere, in France. See St. Leger.

Le Grant, Mons., ii. 875 (p. 427).

Le Gras, Guillaume, merchant of Paris, i. 303.

Le Hoo, Suff., ii. g. 496 (18).

Leicester (Leysitar), i. g. 621 (12 p. 310), 1335 (11); ii. g. 496 (34).

-, mayor of, i. g. 622 (pp. 312–3), 623 (pp. 320–1).

-, places (named) in, i. g. 621 (12 p. 309).

-, Augustinian Friars (supp.), i. g. 1335 (11).

-, gaols, i. g. 622 (pp. 312–4), 623 (pp. 319–20).

-, Grey Friars or Friars Minors (supp.), i. g. 1335 (11).

-, Newark or New College, i. 1121 (?), 1222, 1284; ii. 418 (78).

-, St. Mary de Pratis or St. Mary Pre, abbey (supp.), i. g. 282 (19 p. 124), 621 (12 p. 309 bis), 621 (14), 846 (87), 1335 (55); ii. g. 496 (19), 910 (82), 1068 (50).

Leicester (Leyceter), Hen., i. g. 620 (8 p. 300).

-, (Leycetter), John, i. 538 (p. 255).

-, (Leycester), Sir Ralph, i. 538.

Leicestershire, i. 307. 675, 1078 bis, 1275, 1323:—g. 1081 (33); ii. 922:—App. 4 (3).

-, commission of peace, i. g. 622 (p. 319).

-, (and Warw.), sheriff (1545–6). See Oatesby, Sir R.

Leigh (Lye, Lee), Essex, i. 150 (p. 71), 533 (4), 999; ii. 1032.

Leigh (Lygh), Kent, i. g. 1081 (58).

Leigh (Leght). Lanc., i. g. 282 (52 p. 129).

Leigh (Lye), Soms., i. g. 621 (1).

Leigh, North- (Northlye, North Lee), Oxon, i. g. 465 (47, 58).

Leigh next Westbury, Wilts., i. g. 846 (52).

Leigh or Leighe (surname). See Lee.

-, Sir Thomas. See Legh.

Leighe Dalamore, Wilts. See Seventon.

Leighe, Dr. See Legh.

Leighs (Lees, Lyes) or Great Leighs, Essex, priory (supp.), i. 557 (f. 22):—p. 680.

Leighfield (Lighfelde) Forest, alias Rutland Forest, Rutl., i. g. 1081 (8).

Leighton, Ant., i. 557 (f. 34).

-, Roland, i. 557 (f. 70).

-, Thos., i. g. 621 (12 p. 309).

-, Wm., i. g. 621 (12 p. 309).

-, See also Layton.

Leighton Buzzard (Leyton Busserd), Beds., i. g. 465 (99).

Leikes. See Licques.

Leiland. See Leland.

Leinster (Leynster), in Ireland, i. 273, 520.

Leinthall Starkes, Heref., i. g. 846 (89).

Leintwardine (Lentwardyne) Heref., i. p. 680; ii. g. 1068 (41).

Leislipp. See Leixlip.

Leistoft. See Lowestoft.

Leiston (Leyston), Suff., abbey (supp.), i. 557 (f. 29); ii. g. 266 (36).

Leith (Leyt, Lythe, Lethe, Leghe, Gli, Li, Peter Liet, i.e. Petit Lit), in Scotland, i. 109, 210 (p. 92), 338, 377, 382, 460, 924, 1046 (2), 1106 (p. 544), 1240; ii. 533.

-, preceptory of St. Anthony, i. 460.

Leithco. See Linlithgow.

Leix (Leis), in Ireland, ii. 797.

-, Captain. See O'More, R.

Leixlip (Leislipp) priory (supp.), in Ireland, ii. g. 496 (16).

Leke. See Leeke.

Lekehampsted. See Leckhampstead.

Lekewell, Thos., i. g. 621 (12 p. 309).

Leland, John, the Itinarist, prb. of Henry VIII.'s College, Oxford, signature of, i. 776.

-, -, verses by, ii. App. 1.

Leland (Laland, Leiland), Ric., his wife Agnes and son Ralph, ii. g. 1068 (19).

Lelant or Lalant (Lanaunte), Cornw., ii. g. 496 (38).

Le Lawley. See Lawley.

Le Mayre, Thos., i. 275.

Le Miewre or Mieurre, Jacques, of Lille, i. 1134; ii. 387.

Lemman, John, i. g. 1081 (23).

-, Thos., i. g. 1081 (23).

Lemyng, Yorks. See Leeming.

Lemynge, Miles, i. g. 1335 (12).

Lenche, Wm., ii. g. 1068 (41).

Lenchemore, Suss. See Linchmere.

Lenchwick (Lenchewike), Worc., i. p. 684; ii. 1066.

Lenerton, Yorks. See Lennerton.

Lenman, Robt., i. g. 465 (63).

Lenn. See Lynn.

Lennerton (Leverton, Lenerton),Yorks., i. g. 465 (39).

Lennox (Lynoux, Lenox, Levenowx, Levnax), Matthew Stewart, earl of, lord Darnley, husband of Lady Margaret Douglas, i. 129, 136, 155, 167, 210 (1, 2), 236, 249, 263, 271–2, 285, 287, 313, 328, 341, 347–8, 359, 381, 384, 416, 422, 436, 483, 525, 535, 557 (ff. 69, 70), 563, 664 (2), 815, 838, 865, 899, 1072, 1085, 1298:—g. 125 (8); ii. 40–2, 120, 196–8, 232, 275, 290–1, 293–5, 304–7, 315, 324, 354, 357, 400, 414, 418 (3), 423, 469, 510. 516, 534–5, 562, 662, 676, 714, 792, 796, 819, 878, 982, 1049.

-, -, letters from, i. 263, 313, 341.

-, -, letters to, i. 249, 348.

-, -, his father (murdered in 1526), i. 313.

-, -, his secretary. See Bishop, T.

-, -, his wife. See Douglas, lady Margaret.

Lent, dispensation for eating flesh, ii. 733 (p. 345).

Lentall, Edm., i. 923; ii. 824 ii.

-, Ph., auditor of attainted lands in Yorkshire, etc., i. 151, 537 (f. 47):—pp. 679, 682; ii. App. 13.

-, -, letter to, i. 151.

Lenthall Starkes, Heref. See Leinthall.

Lenton, Notts., priory (supp.), i. 595:—g. 465 (72), 846 (27), 1335 (13, 33, 56 p. 673).

Lentwardyn, Heref. See Leintwardine.

Lenus, Galterus de. See Delenus.

Leo X., Pope (1513 to 1521), ii. 973.

Leon, comendador mayor of. See Covos, F. de los.

Leonard, Wm., ii. g. 1068 (46).

Lepe, in Spain, i. 459.

Leper, Piers, purveyor, ii. 706 (19).

-, Robt., i. g. 1335 (12 p. 659).

Lepington, John, canon of Chester (1545), i. g. 465 (31).

Lerde, John, ii. g. 707 (14).

Le Roux, Pieter, i. 917.

Lesbian plan, ii. 384.

Leslie, George, earl of Rotthes, q.v.

-, Norman, master of Rothes, q.v.

Lesse. See Losse.

Lessudden (Lafeddon), in Scotland, ii. 456 (2), 533 (p. 247).

Lessyngham, Linc. See Leasingham.

Lestoff. See Lowestoft.

Lestrange, Nic., i. g. 846 (77).

-, (Le Straunge), Sir Thos., i. g. 622 (p. 315), 623 (p. 324). 846 (77).

Lesyng Crofte, Yorks., i. g. 623 (p. 323).

Letam, in Scotland. See Litholm.

Letchworth, Herts., ii. g. 496 (44).

Lethe. See Leith.

Letheley, Ric., ii. g. 707 (27).

Letherlande, Wm., ii. g. 266 (7).

Lethewytston, Devon. See Rowhay.

Letsam, Robt., ii. g. 707 (50).

Letten, Robt.. ii. g. 910 (82).

Leuen, John, ii. g. 1068 (52).

Leuerys, Marg., i. . 465 (22).

Leuye, Hen., i. g. 282 (19).

Levant, the, i. 1086.

Le Vasseur, Jeham, i. 1202 Ii.

Leven, the Cumberland river. See Line.

Leven, John, i. g. 1335 (55 p. 672).

Leverington, Camb., i. 211.

Levermere, Suff. See Livermere.

Leversage, Yorks. See Liversedge.

Leversage, Wm., ii. 1035 (f. 27).

Leversegge or Leversege, Robt., i. g. 846 (52); ii. g. 496 (44).

Levershedde, Staff., ii. g. 496 (42).

Leverton, Yorks. See Lennerton.

Leverton, Robt., i. g. 846 (3).

Leveson, Jas. i. g. 622 (p. 316), 623 (p. 322); ii. g. 910 (52) 1068 (52).

-, (Lewsone), John, merchant of the Staple, i. 331:—g. 846 (59); ii. 150, 426, 947.

-, Mary, ii. g. 707 (52).

-, Ric., ii. g. 707 (52).

-, (Lewesome, Lewsone), Walter i. 275, 723, 740, 747, 769.

Levat (Levett), John, i. g. 622 (p. 315).

-, Thos., i. g. 282 (37).

-, (Levyt., Lovit, Leavette), Wm., clk., rector of Ringmer and Buxted, the King's gunstone maker, i. 333, 557 (f. 56), 856, 1019, 1071. 1244, 1275; ii. 140, 418 (65), 520, 912:—g. 910 (29).

-, -, signature, i. 333.

Leving, Rog., i. g. 125 (2).

Levingstoun. See Livingstone.

Levnax. See Lennox.

Levyn, John, ii. g. 1068 (19 p. 537).

Levyngton, Linc. See Lavington.

Levyt. See Levet.

Lewen, Robt., mayor of Newcastle (1544–5), i. 135, 141, 321 596, 630, 787.

-, -, letters from, i. 135, 321, 787.

-, Thos., vicar of Exning, i. g. 1335 (5).

Lewerden. See Leeuwerden.

Lewes, Suss, castle, i. g. 623 (pp. 319–21).

-, gaol, i. g. 622 (pp. 312–3), 623 (p. 319).

-, priory (supp.), i. g. 125 (7), 1081 (34), 1335 (37).

-, -, Robert late prior of, i. g. 1081 (34).

-, union of the churches of St. Andrew and St. Michael, ii. g. 1068 (24).

Lewes (surname). See Lewis.

Lewesone. See Leveson.

Leweston, John, ii. 620.

Lewis, in Scotland, lord of. See Macleod, R.

Lewis or Lewes, Agnes, i. g. 620 (8).

-, Edw., i. 1105: ii. g. 910 (52).

-, Hen., i. g. 622 (p. 319).

-, (Lewes), Hugh David, ii. g. 910 (52).

-, John, i. 557 (f. 31):—g 465 (83). 620 (8).

-, Ric., i. g. 620 (8).

-, Saga, i. g. 1081 (1).

-, Thos., captain of soldiers, ii 230.

-, Wm, i. g. 1335 (37, 55 p. 673); ii. 1035 (f. 18):—g. 496 (68 p. 231), 910 (82 pp. 454. 456).

Lewisham (Lewsham, Leweshame), Kent, i. g. 282 (19): ii. g. 266 (20).

Lewkenour or Lewkener, Mr., ii. 965.

-, Ric., ii. 263.

Lewknor (Lewkenor), Oxon and Bucks, ii. g. 266 (5).

Lewsey (Levessey), Beds., ii. g. 1068 (46).

Lewsham, Kent. See Lewisham.

Lewsone See Leveson.

Lewtor Thos., i. g. 1335 (13).

Lexham, East and West-, Norf., ii. g. 707 (52 p. 330).

Ley frisados. See Leyden.

Ley, Salop. See Lye.

Ley, Robt., ii. g. 496 (19).

-, Wm., ii. g. 1068 (19 p. 537).

Leyceter or Leycetter. See Leicester.

Leydebeter. See Leadbeter.

Leyden (Ley) frisados, i. 769. See also Cloth.

Leye, Kent, i. g. 282 (36).

Leylond, Wm., i. 1329 (2).

Leymore, Soms., ii. g. 266 (17).

Leynor, Devon, i. p. 676; ii. g. 496 (9).

Leyntall, Thos., ii. g. 1068 (50).

Leys, Ric., ii. g. 266 (36).

Leysitar. See Leicester.

Leyson, Dr., ii. 1043.

-, Griffith, i. 557 (f. 56).

-, John, i. g. 1335 (12).

Leystoke. See Lowestoft.

Leystoyff. See Lowestoft.

Leysyngham, Linc. See Leasingham.

Leyton, Essex, i. p. 677:—g. 1081 (24, –58).

Leyton Busserd. See Leighton.

Leyton (English surname). See Layton.

Leyton, M., a Frenchman, i. 682 (p. 356).

Leytonstone (Layton Stone), Essex, ii. 706 (66).

Li. See Leith.

Liarmi, L. de. See Da l'Armi.

Libberton (Lebberton.), in Scotland, parson of, ii. 676.

Libbery Northe, Salop. See Lydbury.

Libbourne, John, i. g. 1081 (19).

Libote Woode, Salop. See Le Botwood.

Lichfield (Lychefeld), Staff., i. g. 624 (2).

-, Cathedral, ii. 1067 (21).

Lichfoet. See Lightfoot.

Licques (Leikes), in the Boulonnais, i. 654.

Liege (Leage, Luyke, Luike, Layche), town and bpric, i. 107, 231, 275, 656, 967, 1087; ii. 179–80, 331–2, 486, 488, 509, 527, 550, 563, 593, 605, 636 (2), 680, 690, 695.

Liege, bp. of. See George of Austria.

Liere. See Lyere.

Liesse or Nôtre Dame de Liesse, in France, ii. 636.

Lietmaker. See Lightmaker.

Ligans. See Lygon.

Ligh or Lighe. See Lee.

Lighfelde, Rutl. See Leighfield.

Lightfoot (Lichfoet), Humph., i. 917, 932; ii. 150, 436, 462:—App. 26, 43.

-, -, letter from, ii. App. 26.

-, -, Letters to, ii. App. 43 (6, 13, 15, 19, 23, 34).

-, (Lightfoote), Wm., chaplain, i. g. 1081 (19 p. 522).

Lighthorne (Lighterne), Warw., i. g. 620 (9); ii. g. 266 (11), 707 (10).

Lightmaker Andrew, and his brother, ii. 221 (2), 231.

-, (Lietmaker), Elarde, i. 1273.

-, (Lietmaker, Luchtemaker), Matthew, brother of Thomas, i. 656, 1273; ii. 172, 297 (p. 137), 353, 457.

-, (Luchtemaker, Lyztmaker, Lytmaker, Lietmaker, Lythmaker), Thomas, a German captain in Henry VIII.'s service, i. 656, 782, 814, 876, 881, 970, 1166, 1220, 1252, 1315; ii. 66, 69, 118, 143, 171, 192, 225, 233, 245, 248, 272, 320, 352 (p. 157), 428, 545, 763, 779.

-, -, letter from, ii. 66.

-, -, letter to, i. 656.

Ligny en Barrois, i. 281 (p. 120), 463, 619; ii. 132.

Ligon. See Lygon.

Lille (Lisle), in Flanders, i. 550 (p. 261), 588 (p. 285), 998, 1015, 1066, 1186 (2), 1202 iv.; ii. 730, 944:—App. 43 (58).

Lilleburg. See Edinburgh.

Lilleshall (Lylleshull), Salop, abbey (supp.), i. 557 (f. 40):—p. 676, g. 465 (13, 63), 846 (11).

Lilley, John, ii. 1035 (f. 27).

-, (Lillye), Rog., i. g. 1335 (12 p. 659).

-, (Lillie), Wm., i. 557 (f. 13).

Limber, Linc., i. g. 465 (22 p. 212), 1335 (55 p. 672).

Limber Magna (Lymberch), Linc., i. g. 1335 (12 p. 660); ii. g. 707 (27).

Limburg (Lymborge), in Germany, ii. 527.

Limebrook (Lymbroke). Heref., priory (supp.), ii. g. 406 (34, 68 p. 232).

Limpsfield (Lymesfeld), Surr., ii. g. 496 (26).

Limterstanes, Yorks. See Lunterstanes.

Linacre, George, letter to, i. 541.

Linchmere (Lenchemore), Suss., i. p. 682.

Lincoln, i. 390 (p. 176), 524:— g. 125 (31); ii. 1068 (19 pp. 535, 537).

-, letter dated at, ii. 611.

-, mayor of i. g. 622 (pp. 312–3), 623 (pp. 320–1).

Austin Friars (supp.), ii. g. 1068 (19 p. 538).

Black Friars or Friars Preachers (supp.), ii. g. 1068 (19 p. 538).

Carmelite Friars (supp.), ii. g. 1068 (19 p. 537).

Castle, i. g. 622 (pp. 312–3), 623 (pp. 319–20).

Cathedral, i. g. 624 (10).

-, dean. See Henneage, G.

city gaol. i. g. 622 (pp. 312–3), 623 (pp. 319–20).

Grey Friars or Friars Minors (supp.), i. g. 282 (19).

St. John of Dalderby chantry, ii. g. 1068 (19 p. 538).

St. Katharine's priory (supp.), i. g. 465 (19, 22), 846 (87). 1335 (11 pp. 656–7, 12 p. 659); ii. g. 266 (23), 707 (27), 1068 (19 pp. 535–6, 538).

St. Mary Magdalen's priory (supp.), cell to St. Mary's, York, ii. g. 1068 (19, 52).

St. Peter's, ii. g. 1068 (19 p. 538).

St. Stephen's, ii. g. 1068 (19 p. 538).

Lincoln, archd. of. See Henneage, G.

Lincoln, John Long land, bp. of, ii. 1029.

Lincoln, bpric. of, i. g. 622 (pp. 314–5, 316–9), 623 (p. 322), 1335 (8); ii. g. 707 (9).

Lincoln, Thos., i. g. 1335 (12 p. 659).

Lincolnshire, i. 18. 312 (2), 434, 555, 926, 1050, 1078:—p. 675:—g. 125 (13, 28), 620 (49), 624 (14), 846 (7), 1081 (33); ii. g. 910 (70):—App. 4 (3).

-, commissions of peace, i. g. 622 (p. 316 for Holland and Kesteven).

-, commission of peace, i. g. 622 (p. 317, for Lindsey).

-, commission of sewers, i. g. 623 (p. 324).

-, escheator, ii. g. 910 (13).

-, sheriff (1545–6). See Dalyson, W.

Lincoys, Monm. See Llyncoes.

Lindfield (Lyngfeld), Suss., i. g. 1335 (31).

Lindores (Lundoris), abbot of, i. 1049, 1059; ii. 534.

Lindsay (Lindesay, Lyndesey), lord, of Byris, i. 1039, 1049, 1059; ii. 534.

-, Sir Walter, lord of St. John, q.v.

Lindsey (Lindesey), part of Lincolnshire, i. g. 622 (p. 317).

Lindsey (Lynsey), Warw., i. g. 1335 (34).

Line (Leven), the Cumberland river, ii. 676.

Linen, i. 996. See also Cloth.

Lingen (Lynge, Linge), in Germany, i. 1273; ii. 249 (2).

-, letter dated at, ii. 353.

Lingfield, Surr., ii. g. 496 (26).

Linkenholt (Lynkynholte), Hants., i. 779:—g. 1081 (24). 1335 (55 p. 672); ii. 1066:—g. 1068 (52).

Linlithgow (Leithco, Litcho, Lisquo), in Scotland, i. 1027, 1039, 1106 (p. 545), 1151, 1163, 1274: ii. 194, 330, 469, 499, 534, 700–1, 711, 913, 1008–9.

-, letters dated at, i. 781, 1126–7; ii. 525.

Linnet, Thos., ii. 1035 (f. 25).

Linsey, Wm., i. g. 1335 (51).

Linton, in Scotland, ii. 456 (2), 533 (p. 247).

-, laird of. See Kerr, G.

Linton, Yorks., i. p. 675.

Lippingcote, Wm., i. g. 620 (4).

Lira, abbot of. See Lyre.

Lire. See Lyere.

Lisbon (Lusshborne, Lusheboren, Lusborne), i. 337; ii. 174–5, 184.

Lisle, in Flanders. See Lille.

Lisle (Lysley), Arthur Plantagenet, lord (died a.d. 1542), ii. g. 266 (36).

Lisle, Sir John Dudley, viscount, k.g., High Admiral of England, Captain of Boulogne (Sept. 1544 to Jan. 1545), Lord Warden of the Marches (Nov. 1542 to April 1543).

-, -, present in Council, i. 713, 732, 739, 746, 755, 768, 799, 816, 821, 828, 1195. 1209, 1217, 1275; ii. 201, 208, 219, 228, 312, 318, 323, 325, 335, 402, 419, 452, 461, 470, 485, 501, 510, 513, 613, 620, 912, 934, 945, 948 951, 974, 978, 980, 1010, 1022, 1026, 1049, 1051.

-, -, letters from, i. 444 987, 1023, 1037; ii. 4, 5, 16, 27, 39, 62, 81–2, 108, 136, 142, 151, 158, 174 183–5. 238, 281, 346, 368–70, 391, 412, 420 427.

-, -, letters to, ii. 303:—App. 32 ii.

-, -, signature of, i. 39, 219– 20, 297, 306. 761, 800:—g. 846 (38, 87); ii. 13, 26, 38, 454, 981, 1038 (2).

-, -, christening of his daughter, ii. 89, 900.

-, -, handwriting of, ii. App. 27.

-, -, instructions for, ii. 229.

-, -, his orders for the fleet, ii. 88 ii.

-, -, Joan his wife, ii. g. 496 (68 p. 232).

-, -, other references, i. 1, 121, 180, 543, 557 (ff. 40 "Sir John Dudley," 43), 564, 566, 671, 602, 698, 717, 782, 823, 847, 864, 922 (p. 455), 958 (p. 468), 960, 971, 1022, 1085–7, 1122, 1132 (p. 558), 1184, 1235, 1244, 1254, 1263, 1281, 1291, 1311, 1314:—g. 125 (9). 846 (93 p. 427), 1081 (5); ii. 2, 3, 15, 24–5, 61, 63 79, 83, 88, 94, 118 (p. 54), 126, 134, 156, 176, 178. 188, 203, 205, 209 225, 229, 306–7, 344, 357, 387, 399, 423, 494, 779, 796, 824 ii. ("Sir John Dudley"), 899, 900 929, 1020, 1067 (34):—g. 496 (68 p. 232), 707 (20), 1068 (41):—App. 2 (1 bis, 2 vi.), 43 (18, 21).

Lisle, Geo., i. g. 1335 (55 p. 673); ii. g. 266 (36), 910 (82).

-, Sir Thos., dec., i. g. 465 (1).

-, (Lysley), Thos., i. g. 622 (pp. 313, 315).

Lisquo, in Scotland. See Linlithgow.

Lister, Alice, i. 557 (f. 5).

-, Hen., ii. g. 707 (50).

-, John, i. g. 621 (12 p. 310).

-, Sir Michael, sheriff of Hampshire (1545–6), i. 558, 1329 (2):—g. 623 (p. 326); ii. g. 910 (52), 1068 (52).

-, Sir Richard, chief baron of the Exchequer (1529 to 1545), chief justice of King's Bench (9 Nov. 1545) i. 961:—g. 622 (p. 312 bis, 313 bis, 314–19), 623 (pp. 319–23, 326); ii. 909 (6):—g. 910 (16).

-, -, letter to, i. 961.

-, Ric., i. g. 465 (101).

-, Robt., a Scot. See Lyster.

-, Wm., i. g. 282 (24).

Listerling, co. Kilkenny, i. 1108.

Litany, in English, i. 1118.

Litche. See Leche.

Litcho. See Linlithgow.

Litcote. See Lytcote.

Litholm (Letam), in Scotland, ii. 456 (p. 199), 533 (p. 248).

Little (Lytle), Ant., i. 557 (f. 3).

-, (Litle). John, i. g. 620 (8 p. 300); ii. 1035 (f. 31).

-, (Lytle), Wm., i. g. 620 (8).

Littlebourn (Lyttelborne), Kent, i. p. 683.

Littlebury (Lytelbury), Essex, i. g. 846 (93).

Littlebury (Lyttelbery), John, i. g. 1335 (12 p. 659).

-, (Lyttelburie, Lytylbury), Thos., i. g. 622 (p. 317), 1335 (49); ii. 850 (15), 1067 (47).

Littledean (Lytyldean), in Scotland. See Kerr, Dand.

Littledyke (Lytteldyke), Wm., ii. g. 1068 (19).

Littleton (Litleton), Hants., i. 779:—g. 1081 (24), 1335 (55); ii. 1066.

Littleton (Litelton), Middle-, Worc., i. p. 684.

Littleton, North- (Northelitleton), Worc., i. p. 684.

Littleton, South- (Southlitleton), Worc., i. p. 684.

Littleton (Lyttelton, Lytelton), Edw., i. g. 622 (p. 313), 623 (pp. 320–1), 846 (59).

Littleworth (Lytilworthe), Berks., ii. g. 910 (21).

Litton. See Lytton.

Livetrmeire (Levermere) Magna, Suff., i. g. 465 (14).

Liverpool, Lanc., ii. 423.

Liversedge (Leversage), Yorks., ii. g. 910 (82).

Livery of lands granted to:—John Abrall, Paul Atkyrk, Jas. Baker, Dorothy Bassett, Alice Bowyer, John lord Braye, Ric. Burnbye, Michael Catesby, Thos. Chard, John Cheyney, David Clayton alias Clutton, heiress of Sir Thos. Clifford, Robt. Collier, Sir Robert Constable, Anne Crofte, John Danvers, Edw. Dymmok, John Fleming, Gerard Foster, John Fulford, Henry Gascoigne, John Godsalve, Chr. Gunston, Wm. Hatclyff, Cuthbert Hutton, Thomas Hyde, John Kidderminster, Ric. King, Thos. Lemman, Nic. Lestrange, Ric. Michell, Cuthbert Musgrave, John Nedeham, John Pascal, Florentius Philips, Robert Rames, Chas. Ringwood, Robt. Roos, John Scudamore, Thomas Skipwith, Thos. Smith, John Spencer, John Sturdevant, John Stydolff, John Tamworth, Edm. Thursbye, Charles Tuke, Chr. Warwike.

Livingstone (Levingstoun), Alexander lord, i. 1163; ii. 534 (p. 250), 1009.

Llamerstone, in Wales. See Lambston.

Llanarmon, co. Denbigh, i. g. 1335 (30).

Llanbrynmair (Llandrynmayre), co. Montgomery, ii. g. 266 (20, 36).

Llandaff, Cathedral of. i. g. 465 (8).

-, bp. of. See Holgate, R.; also Kitchen, A.

-, bpric. of, i. g. 465 (8), 620 (45), 846 (16), 1081 (55).

Llanddewi Rhydderch (Lanthewy Rethergh), co. Monmouth, ii. g. 910 (82 p. 456).

Llanddewi Skirrid or Llanthewy, co. Monmouth, i. g. 1335 (37).

Llandeilofawr (Llandelovawre), co. Carmarthen, i. g. 1081 (13).

Llandevadok. See Ystradyfodwg.

Llandough (Landogh) co. Glamorgan, ii. 410.

Llandrynmayre. See Llanbrynmair.

Llanehangell, Monm. See Llanfihangelysternllewern.

Llanehangell Ywynva, co. Montgomery, ii. g. 266 (20, 36).

Llanehangell Ywynva, co. Montgomery, ii. g. 266 (20).

Llanfair-ar-y-bryn (Lanveyr Ar Bryn), co. Carmarthen, ii. g. 496 (4).

Llanfihangelysternllewern (Llanehangell), co. Monm., i. g. 1335 (36).

Llangadfan (Llangadvan), co. Montgomery, ii. g. 266 (20, 36).

Llangain (Llangayne), co. Carmarthen, i. g. 1081 (1).

Llangattocke (i. e. Langatock). See Cadoxton.

Llangattocvibonvel (Llangatock), Monm., i. g. 1335 (36).

Llangm (Llangom), Monm., i. g. 1335 (37).

Llangonoyd (Llangonwood). co. Glamorgan, i. g. 1335 (37, 55 p. 673).

Llangorse, co. Brecon, ii. g. 707 (39).

Llangua. See Langua.

Llanidloes, co. Montgomery. See Carno and Llanidloes.

Llanllean, co. Carmarthen, i. g. 1081 (1).

Llanlugan or Llanligan nunnery (supp.), co. Montgomery, i. p. 679; ii. g. 266 (20).

Llanlygan. See Llanlugan.

Llannefydd (Llanvith), co. Denbigh, i. g. 465 (44).

Llansadwrn (Llansadourne), co. Carmarthen, i. g. 1081 (13).

Llanstadwell, in South Wales, i. p. 684.

Llanstephan, co. Carmarthen, i. g. 1081 (1).

Llanstephan manor, in South Wales, i. g. 1335 (15).

Llantellowe, co. Monmouth, ii. g. 910 (82 p. 456).

Llanthewe, co. Monmouth, ii. g. 910 (82 p. 456).

Llanthewy. See Llanddewi.

Llantilio or Llandeilo Pertholey (Llantilow Pertholewe), co. Monmouth, i. g. 1335 (37).

Llantissillio or Llandyssillio (Dellandyssilio), co. Denbigh, ii. g. 707 (43).

Llantrisant (Llantrissan), Monm., i. g. 282 (19, 52 p. 129).

Llantyllis parish, Monm., i. g. 1335 (36). Qu. Llantillio?

Llanvair Kilgiden (Llanvayr Gylgoydd), co. Monm., i. g. 846 (82).

Llanvegellyth, co. Glamorgan, i. g. 1335 (37, 55 p. 673).

Llanvith, co. Denbigh. See Llannefydd.

Llanwinio (Llanwyne), co. Carm., i. p. 684.

Llanwnog (Llanwynnoge), co. Montgomery, ii. g. 266 (20, 36).

Llewellyn (Ll'n), Ph., i. g. 282 (19).

Lloid. See Lloyd.

Llontudmon, Salop, ii. 850 (26).

Lloyd (Lloid, Loid). David, i. g. 1335 (23); ii. 88. 1035 (f. 30):—g. 910 (13).

-, John, i. g. 1335 (15).

-, Maurice, i. g. 1335 (15).

-, Thos., i. g. 1335 (15); ii. g. 910 (13).

Llyncoes (Lincoys), co. Monmouth, i. g. 465 (101 p. 229).

Loan or aid demanded of bishops and others (in 1544), i. 130, 557 (ff. 56, 60–1).

Lobel, Jean, i. 998, 1202 (iii. p. 587. iv., xlvii).

-, -, letter to i. 998.

Lobespyn. See L'Aubespine.

Lobthorpe, Linc., i. g. 282 (21), 1081 (18), 1335 (12 p. 659).

Lochar (Loker) moss, near Dumfries, ii. 685.

Lochbuy (Lochbowy), lord of. See MacLean, M.

Lochiel (Lochneyle). See Cameron, of L.

Lochinvar (Lochinver, Lokenver), laird of. See Gordon, J.

Lochleven, in Scotland. See Douglas, Robert.

Lochmaben (Loughmaban, Loghmaban), in Scotland i. 1075; ii. 456, 505, 540, 676, 685.

Lochtower (Longe Howsse, Longhouse), in Scotland, ii. 456 (2), 533 (p. 248).

Lockar, Ric., ii. g. 496 (34).

Locke, Agnes, i. g. 465 (22).

-, Hen., i.g. 465 (22); ii. g. 910 (4).

-, (Loke), John, i. g. 465 (58).

-, Matthew, ii. App. 43 (57).

-, (Lock), Thos., i. 26, 42, 65–6, 930; ii. g. 910 (4).

-, -, his wife, i. 26.

-, (Lok), Wm., i. 303:—g. 125 (2), 1335 (30); ii. g. 707 (52).

Locker, Adrian, Levin and Oliver, i. g. 465 (46).

Lockes Bridge. Hants., i. g. 1081 (24).

Locking, Soms., i. g. 465 (83, 101 p. 229).

Lockinge (Lokynge), Berks., i. g. 282 (52).

Lockwood, Hen., vicar of Enfield, ii. g. 707 (42).

-, (Lokwod), Thomas, dean of Christchurch, Dublin, signature of, i. 665, 707.

Loddesworth. Suss. See Lodsworth.

Loddiswell (Loddeswell), Devon, ii. 744.

Loder, Ric., ii. g. 496 (34).

-, Robt., i. g. 1335 (51).

Lodge, Thos., of London, grocer, i. 41, 250, 267.

-, -, his wife, Stephen Vaughan's sister, i. 41.

Lodington (Laddyngton), Leic., i. g. 620 (55).

Lodsworth (Loddesworth) Suss., ii. g. 496 (13).

Lodyan, in Scotland. See Lothian.

Lodyhame, Robt., ii. g. 910 (77).

Lodyn, in Scotland. See Lothian.

Lodyngton, John, ii. g. 1068 (46).

Loemburghe. See Lauenburg.

Loes. See Louis.

Lofekyn. See Lovekin.

Lofferingham, Humph., ii. g. 496 (46).

Lofte, Wm., i. g. 1335 (11); ii. g. 496 (68 p. 231).

Lofthouse. See Losthouse.

Logan (Legan), James, baillie of Leith, i. 339, 1046 (2).

-, (Legan), Thos., i. 339, 1046 (2).

-, (Loigan), Wm., a Scottish shipmaster, i. 665; ii. 29 (1, 2).

Logeville, in France, letter dated at, i. 907.

Logge, Robt., i. g. 846 (44).

Loghmaban. See Lochmaben.

Loid. See Lloyd.

Loigan. See Logan.

Loiste. See Oest river.

Loke. See Locke.

Lokear. See Lokyer.

Lokenver. See Lochinvar.

Loker moss. See Lochar.

Lokwod. See Lockwood.

Lokyer, —, of the Guard, ii. 3, 62.

-, (Lokear), Nic., ii. g. 496 (46).

Lokynge, Berks. See Lockinge.

Lolham (Lolleham), Ntht., i. g. 846 (48).

Lolley, Ric., i. g. 465 (39).

Lombardy, i. 552, 753; ii. 19.

Lomely. See Lumley.

Lomelyn, John, King's scholar, i. g. 465 (98).

Lomer, Hants, i. g. 1081 (58).

Lomnar, —, i. 368.

Lomyn, Alice, i. g. 1335 (50).

-, Ric., i. g. 1335 (50).

-, Wm., i. g. 1335 (50).

London (minor references omitted), i. 98, 294, 470, 557 (ff. 60 70), 717, 794, 881, 1078 bis. 1202 i., 1265, 1275, 1313, 1321–2; ii. 38, 145, 229, 368, 404, 561 (p. 262), 631, 810, 928:—App. 4 (3), 39, 40.

-, -, letters dated at, i. 1, 7, 12 43–4, 124, 139, 148, 181–2 188, 235, 261–2, 278, 332, 337, 345, 353, 365, 444, 455, 524, 544, 554, 568, 577–8. 585, 628, 657, 704–5, 723, 740, 747, 769, 817, 850, 873, 900, 922, 927, 937–8, 971–3, 1087–9, 1119, 1154, 1156–8, 1165, 1175, 1259, 1271, 1305, 1322; ii. 1, 34–5, 167, 202, 255, 327, 413, 441, 462, 471, 549, 557, 591, 600, 610, 632, 658–61, 723, 738–9, 753, 762, 770–1, 812, 815, 817, 842, 869, 885, 899, 938, 1016, 1030, 1055:—App. 43.

-, See also below. Barbican, Baynards Castle, Ely Place, Lincoln Place, Rolls, Suffolk Place.

-, warrants, etc. dated at, ii. 609, 696.

-, attaints in (Act), ii. 850.

-, bond or obligations of, i. 892, 996, 1008, 1194, 1239, 1265; ii. 36, 111. 114, 222–3, 231, 258, 333–4, 362 (p. 162), 364, 472, 551, 706 (1, 35):—g. 707 (19).

-, Bowyers Company, i. 936.

-, Chamberlain of, ii. 631.

-, Common Council, ii. 631.

-, Council at, during the King's progress (viz., Sir John Baker, Sir Robt. Southwell, Sir Ric. Southwell, and Sir Edw. North), letters from, i. 1189–90, 1304, 1321–2; ii. 12, 49, 73, 80, 148.

-, -, letters to, i. 1313, 1324.

-, -, other references, i. 1260, 1275–6, 1281, 1311; ii. 71, 79, 94, 117, 140, 157, 176, 199, 210–11 313, 358, 413, 510.

-, lez Masons, i. g. 465 (63).

-, mayor of, ii. App. 27 iii.

-, -, See Bowyer, Sir W. (1543–4); Laxton, Sir W. (1544–5).

-, mayor and aldermen, i. 1252, 1281, 1321; ii. 222, 706 (40), 729, 732, 733 (p. 344), 909 (19).

-, mayor and sheriffs, i. 504, 544, 703, 845, 1265; ii. 424, 531, 1027 (2).

-, measure of (for wheat), i. 666.

-, port of, i. g. 621 (13).

-, customers and searchers of, i. 746, 759, 761. 764, 803, 816, 829, 949, 1186, 1202 (1 xxii., xxvii., xxviii., xxxii., xxxiv., 5), 1291; ii. 841, 959:—g. 910 (67).

-, -, Flemish statement of dues claimed, i. 1241.

-, recorder of, ii. 909 (19). See Cholmondeley, Sir R.; Broke, R.

-, Surgeons Company, i. 960.

-, tithes in (Act), ii. 850 (16).

-, Warnmall quest, ii. 733 (p. 348)

-, places in and near:—

-, Acon College. See below, St. Thomas of Acon.

-, Aldersgate (Aldrychegate), ii. 631.

-, Aldersgate Street, ii. g. 496 (68).

-, All Hallows, i. 2.

-, All Hallows next Dowgate, i. g. 1335 (36).

-, Austin Friars (supp.), i. 506.

-, Barbican, letters dated at, i. 1157, 1166, 1174, 1183.

-, Baynard's Castle (Banardes Castell, Baynerdscastell), i. 175.

-, -, letters dated at, 77–8, 81, 97, 99.

-, Billingsgate (Berlinges Gate), i. 749:—g. 846 (93 p. 428).

-, -, Sign of the Gunne, i. 504.

-, Birchin Lane, i. g. 125 (2).

-, Blackewall, ii. 72.

-, Black Friars or Friars Preachers (supp.), i. g. 282 (19), 465 (63); ii. g. 496 (10).

-, Blakewelhall, ii. 706 (40).

-, Bloomsbury (Blumsburye, Blymesburie), i. p. 677:—g. 1081 (24).

-, Bredestrete Ward, ii. g. 496 (30).

-, Bridge Street (Brigestrete), i. g. 282 (19 p. 124).

-, Bridge Ward, i. 821.

-, Brodelayne, ii. g. 266 (21).

-, Brodstrete, i. 658.

-, Carmelite Friars (supp.), i. g. 465 (14).

-, Chancery Lane, i. g. 282 (19), 465 (101).

-, Charing Cross, i 181:—g. 465 (99), 1335 (48).

-, Charterhouse (supp.), i. 557 (ff. 17, 36):—pp. 677, 683:—g. 282 (19 pp. 123–4 44), 465 (29), 620 (33), 1081 (24); ii. g. 496 (44), 707 (10), 910 (1).

-, Charterhouse Churchyard, ii. g. 910 (82).

-, Cheapside (Chepsyde), i. g. 465 (71).

-, Christchurch or Holy Trinity priory (supp.), i. 557 (ff. 31, 67):—g. 125 (31), 282 (19 pp. 123–4), 465 (63, 71); ii. g. 266 (32), 496 (7, 29, 68 p. 231).

-, Clerkenwell, i. g. 282 (19), 465 (73), 621 (12 p. 310), 1081 (58); ii. g. 496 (44).

-, Clerkenwell nunnery (supp.), i. 557 (ff. 9, 23), 822:—p. 681:—g. 465 (22 p. 212, 73), 621 (12 p. 311), 1081 (24), 1335 (13, 53); ii. 850 (19):—g. 496 (5, 19).

-, -, abbess. See Sackville, E.

-, Clynk prison, i. 821.

-, Cock Lane (Cockes Lane, Coklane), i. g. 282 (19 p. 124), 465 (101).

-, Colman Strete (Colleman), i. g. 465 (101 p. 229), 624 (3); ii. 581.

-, Cornhill, i. g. 621 (8).

-, Counter. See below The Counter.

-, Covent Garden ("le covent garden of Westminster"), i. g. 125 (31).

-, Cowecrosse, ii. g. 496 (44).

-, Cowlane, i. g. 465 (101).

-, Crutched or Crossed Friars (supp.), i. g. 282 (19).

-, Dame Annes Clere well, i. g. 1081 (24).

-, Elsingspittle priory (supp.), i. 557 (f. 36):—g. 465 (99), 1335 (11).

-, Ely place, in Holborn, i. g. 846 (86).

-, -, letters, &c., dated at, ii. 210–3, 221–2, 231, 237, 241, 253, 262, 268, 272, 280, 302, 313, 324, 326, 354, 358, 366, 374, 425, 453, 472–3, 697, 709. 713, 729, 746, 752, 769.

-, Fanchurche, i. 267.

-, Fanchurch Street, ii. 850 (19).

-, Fayrefelde, i. g. 1081 (24).

-, Fetter Lane (Faterlane), i. g. 846 (86).

-, Finsbury, i. 240.

-, Finsbury (Fynnesbury) Feilde, i. g. 1081 (24).

-, Fish Street, i. 821.

-, -, Fleet prison, i. 782, 970, 1021; ii. 709, 886, 922, 965:—g. 707 (37).

-, -, warden of, ii. 709.

-, French ambassadors' house, ii. 586.

-, Freshe Wharf, i. p. 677:—g. 621 (8).

-, Friars Preachers. See above, Black Friars.

-, Friday Street, ii. g. 496 (30).

-, Fykkettes Field, i. g. 465 (101 p. 229).

-, Gracechurch Street (Gracestrete, Gracious Strete), i. g. 125 (2).

-, Graces near the Tower. See below, Tower Hill.

-, Grays Inn (Greys Inne, Grees Inne), i. 390:—g. 282 (52 p. 129); ii. 646

-, Grey Friars (supp.), i. 557 (ff. 18, 68).

-, -, warden. See Chapman T.

-, Grubbe Street, i. g. 621 (12 p. 310).

-, Guildhall, i. 390 (p. 176).

-, -, deed dated at, ii. 223 (3).

-, Hampton Place alias Bath Place, ii. g. 910 (77).

-, Harflette Inn (of the Six Clerks of Chancery), i. g. 465 (101 p. 229).

-, Harpelane, i. g. 282 (19).

-, High Helmes, i. g. 1081 (24).

-, Holborn, i. g. 846 (86).

-, Holborne Bridge, ii. 640.

-, Holy Trinity priory. See above, Christchurch.

-, Holywell (Halywell, Hallywell), i. p. 677:—g. 1081 (24); ii. 168.

-, Holywell (Halliwell. Halywell) nunnery (supp.), i. 557 (f. 35):—p. 677:—g. 282 (19) 1081 (24); ii. g. 1068 (30).

-, Hosyar Lane, i. g. 465 (101).

-, Hoxdon Way, i. g. 1081 (24).

-, Iremonger Lane, i. g. 465 (71, 99).

-, Jesus Steeple, i. g. 620 (46).

-, King's Bench prison, ii. 889.

-, Laumberth Hill, i. g. 282 (19 p. 124).

-, Leden Hall, i. 278.

-, Limehouse, i. 1141; ii. 33.

-, Lime Street (Lymestrete), i. 119, 319, 356, 368–9, 640; ii. 885, 938:—App. 26.

-, Lincoln Place or House, ii. 72.

-, -, letters dated at, i. 1304, 1321, ii. 12, 49, 73, 80, 148, 157, 199, 230.

-, Lincolns Inn, i. 578, 1213; ii. g. 910 (3).

-, Lombard Street, i. 1296.

-, London Bridge, affrays on, i. 821.

-, London Bridge Ward, ii. g. 910 (38).

-, Longlane, i. g, 1335 (18).

-, Luttes Alley, i. g. 846 (17).

-, Marshalsea prison, i. 936, 1140; ii. 397, 733 (p. 344), 934.

-, Middle (Myddell) Alley, i. g. 846 (17).

-, Middle Temple, i. g. 465 (70).

-, Minories nunnery (supp.), i. 557 (f. 31); ii. g. 266 (21).

-, Moorfields (More Felde). i. 240.

-, Newgate Alley, i. g. 846 (17).

-, Newgate prison, i. g. 622 (p. 314); ii. 733 (pp. 344, 348).

-, New Hospital of St. Mary without Bishopsgate. See St. Mary Spittle.

-, New Temple, bars of. See below Temple Bar.

-, Old Chaunge, ii. g. 707 (52).

-, Oldestrete, ii. g. 496 (44).

-, Pardon Chapel, ii. g. 496 (44).

-, Paul's Cross, ii. 557.

-, Peterborough Abbey garden, i. g. 282 (19).

-, Reddcrossestrett, ii. g. 1068 (46).

-, Rolls House ("the Rolls") i. 182, 557 (ff. 69, 70).

-, -, letters dated at, i. 151, 1189–90, 1303, 1312; ii. App. 23.

-, Saddlers Hall, i. 390.

-, St. Andrew's in Eastchepe, i. 831.

-, St. Andrew's in Holborn, ii. g. 496 (28).

-, St. Andrew beside the Wardrobe, i. g. 282 (19).

-, St. Augustine's, i. g. 1335 (11).

-, St. Bartholomew's hospital, or hesp. of St. Barth. the Less, in West Smithfield, i. g. 282 (19 p. 124), 846 (73).

-, -, master. See Byrkhed, T.

-, St. Bartholomew's priory (supp.), by West Smithfield, i. 557 (ff. 11, 36 bis):—g. 282 (19 p. 124), 465 (14, 101 p. 229), 1335 (18); ii. g. 496 (19, 44), 707 (44).

-, St. Botolph beside Billingsgate, i. p. 677:—g. 621 (8).

-, St. Botolph in East Smithfield, i. g. 846 (93 p. 428).

-, St. Botolph without Aldergate, ii. g. 910 (82).

-, St. Botolph without Aldgate, i. g. 465 (14), 620 (33); ii. g. 707 (35).

-, St. Bride's, Fleet Street i. g. 282 (19).

-, St. Clement's Danes, i. g. 125 (31); ii. g. 910 (77).

-, St. Dunstan's beside the Tower, i. g. 282 (19).

-, St. Dunstan's in the West or in Fleet Street, i. g. 282 (19), 465 (63, 101).

-, St. Edmund's in Lombard Street, ii. 418 (18).

-, St. Elen's. See below St. Helen's.

-, St. Ewin's, i. g. 465 (101).

-, St. Faith's, i. g. 620 (46).

-, St. George's beside Billingsgate, i. p. 683.

-, St. Giles without Crepulgate, i. g. 621 (12 p. 310); ii. g. 496 (44).

-, St. Giles in the Fields, or in the Suburbs, i. 1129:—p. 677:—g. 282 (19 p. 124), 1081 (24); ii. g. 1068 (46).

-, -, hospital (supp.), i. 557 (f. 73).

-, St. Helen's (St. Elen's, St. Ellyns) nunnery (supp.), i. 557 (f. 36):—p. 681:—g. 282 (19); ii. 824 ii.

-, St. John's Lane, ii. g. 496 (44).

-, St. John's Street, i. g. 282 (19 p. 124); ii. g. 496 (44).

-, St. John Zachary, i. g. 282 (19 p. 124), 621 (12 p. 310).

-, St. Katharine Colman, i. g. 1335 (18).

-, St. Katharine Christchurch, ii. g. 707 (52 p. 330).

-, St. Lawrence in Old Jewry, ii. g. 266 (21).

-, St. Lawrence Pountney (Poultney), College, i. 2.

-, -, master of. See Latimer, W.

-, St. Leonard in Estchepe, i. g. 125 (2), 282 (19 p. 124).

-, St. Leonard's Shordiche. i. g. 282 (19); ii. g. 1068 (30).

-, St. Magnus the Martyr, ii. g. 910 (38).

-, St. Margaret in Lothbury, i. g. 282 (19 p. 124).

-, St. Martin's in the Fields, i. g. 465 (99), 1335 (48).

-, St. Martin's in Friday Street, ii. g. 496 (5).

-, St. Martin's le Graunde, i. g. 1335 (18).

-, -, college or, free chapel (supp.), i. 557 (f. 19).

-, St. Martin's within Ludgate, i. g. 282 (52 p. 129).

-, St. Martin Pomer, i. g. 465 (99).

-, St. Martin's in Thames Street, ii. g. 266 (21).

-, St. Mary Athyll, i. g. 846 (93 p. 428).

-, St. Mary of Axe, i. g. 620 (55).

-, St. Mary without Bishopsgate. See St. Mary Spittle.

-, St. Mary Colchurche, i. g. 465 (71).

-, St. Mary Magdalene in Milkestrete, i. g. 465 (99).

-, St. Mary Magdalen beside Oldfysshestrete, i. g. 282 (19 p. 124).

-, St. Mary Somerset, i. g. 465 (16), 1335(18).

-, St. Mary Spitell or the New Hospital of St. Mary without Bishopsgate, priory (supp.), i. 557 (ff. 1, 29):—g. 282 (19 p. 124), 1335 (18); ii. g. 707 (52).

-, -, prior. See Mayer, W.

-, St. Mary Wolchurche, ii. g. 496 (7).

-, St. Mary Wolnorth, ii. g. 496 (5).

-, St. Matthew in Friday Street, ii. g. 496 (5, 30).

-, St. Michael's in Basinghall (Bassinges Hawe), i. g. 282 (19 p. 124), 465 (63, 73).

-, St. Michael's in Cornhill, i. g. 125 (2), 282 (19); ii. g. 496 (5).

-, St. Michael in Crooked Lane, i. g. 465 (99).

-, St. Michael's in Woodstrete, i. g. 465 (99); ii. g. 496 (44).

-, St. Nicholas Field, i. g. 1081 (24).

-, St. Nicholas in the Shambles, ii. g. 496 (44).

-, St. Olave's in Old Jewry, ii. g. 496 (44).

-, St. Olave's next the Tower, i. g. 282 (19 pp. 123–4).

-, St. Pancras, Midd. (St. P. beside Westminster), i. 557 (f. 73).

-, St. Paul's Cathedral (Pawelles, Pawlys, Pawles, Poules), i. 557 (ff. 22, 25, 29, 30–1, 35, 39), 578, 831, 1152:—g. 620 (46); ii. 575, 706 (92), 733 (p. 347), 746.

-, -, dean of, ii. 713.

-, -, deanery of, ii. 706 (92).

-, -, the bottle makers of, i. 827, 831.

-, St. Peter next Paul's Wharf, ii. g. 496 (68).

-, St. Peter of Poverty, i. g. 621 (8).

-, St. Peter's Westcheape, ii. g. 496 (28).

-, St. Sepulchre's without Newgate, or in the Suburbs of London, i. g. 282 (19 pp. 123–4), 465 (101), 620 (33), 621 (12 pp. 309–10). 846 (17), 1335 (18); ii. g. 496 (12, 19, 44, 46 p. 226), 707 (10), 1068 (19 p. 537).

-, St. Sith's Lane, i. g. 465 (101).

-, St. Stephen's, i. g. 465 (101 p. 229), 624 (3).

-, St. Stephen's in Colman Street, i. g. 1081 (19); ii. g. 496 (29).

-, St. Thomas of Acon or Acres hospital or college (supp.), i. 557 (ff. 14, 35):—g. 282 (19 p. 124); ii. g. 496 (29).

-, -, master. See Gopferler, L.

-, St. Thomas Apostle, i. g. 282 (19).

-, St. Vedast's, ii. g. 707 (52).

-, Shoreditch (Shordich, Shortdyche), i. p. 677:—g. 1081 (24); ii. 363:—g. 707 (52).

-, Showe Lane, i. g. 282 (19).

-, Six Clerks Inn. See above Harflette Inn.

-, Smithfield, West, priory of. See above St. Bartholomew's

-, Southwark. See under S.

-, Spittal (Spittle), ii. 363.

-, Starre Close, i. g. 1081 (24).

-, Strand (Strand), ii. g. 910 (77).

-, Suffolk Place, letter dated at, i.100.

-, Temple Bar ("the bars of the New Temple"), i. p. 684:—g. 125 (31).

-, The Counter (Compter) prison, i. 390, 658.

-, The Sarson's Head, i. g. 282 (19 p. 124).

-, Tottenham Court (Totenhall Courte) and fields there (named), i. g. 1081 (24).

-, Tower, i. 19, 416, 422, 557 (f. 54), 739, 794, 803, 970, 1085, 1221, 1286,1308:—g. 282 (16), 621 (10); ii. 283, 332, 418 (30, 38), 473, 709, 796 (2), 909 (54), 916, 945, 959, 995, 1035 (f. 17):—g. 707 (41):—App. 20.

-, -, gunners in, ii. g. 496 (63).

-, -, keeper of the lions, i. g. 621 (13).

-, -, King's Lodging, i. g. 282 (16).

-, -, lieutenant of. See Walsingham, Sir Edw.; Knyvet, Sir Ant.

-, -, Mint, i. 631, 674 853, 888, 900, 938:—g. 620 (11, 26, 34): ii. 211, 213, 231, 241 268, 302, 306, 362, 366, 380, 388, 393, 453, 472, 746, 769, 909 (2).

-, -, -, officers of, i. g. 620 (11–26); ii. App. 13.

-, -, -, provost of, ii. 363–4.

-, -, Ordnance house, i. 997: ii. 104.

-, -, the Round tower, i. g. 282 (16).

-, -, yeomen (list), ii. 1035 (f. 25).

-, -, yeoman waiters, ii. 706 (78), 1067 (20).

-, Tower Hill, abbey (supp.) of St. Mary Graces, i. 557 (ff. 17, 74):—p. 677:—g. 282 (19), 465 (14), 621 (8), 846 (93 p. 428); ii. g. 496 (46 p. 226).

-, -, -, abbot. See More, H.

-, Tower Street, ii. 442.

-, Tower Wharf, i. 557 (ff. 57–8).

-, Trelmelstrete, ii. g. 496 (44).

-, Vintners' Company, ii. g. 266 (21).

-, Warwike Lane, i. g. 465 (101).

-, Warwykes Inn, ii. g. 496 (12).

-, Watling Street, i. g. 1335 (11).

-, West Smithfield, i. g. 465 (101), 1335 (18); ii. g. 496 (19).

-, -, Abbot of Glastonbury's House, i. g. 465 (101).

-, White Friars (supp.), i. 557 (f. 10); ii. g. 707 (10).

-, -, prior. See Gibbs, J.

-, White Horse tavern, ii. g. 496 (5).

London, bp. of. See Bonner, E.

London, bpric. of, i. 853; ii. 850 (21):—g. 496 (13), 707 (9).

London, Treaty of (7 Aug. 1514), ii. 798n.

-, treaty of (4 Oct. 1518), between France and England, ii. 880.

London, John, i. g. 1335 (34); ii. g. 1068 (19 p. 537).

Lonesdale, John, i. g. 1335 (27).

Long or Longe, —, i. g. 1081 (19 p. 522).

-, John, i. 369:—g. 624 (8), 1081 (19 p. 523), 1335 (13; ii. 418 (23).

-, -, his son, i. 369.

-, Mary, i. g. 1081 (19).

-, Patrick, i. g. 1335 (51).

-, Ph., i. g. 465 (21).

-, Sir Ric., of the Privy Chamber, captain of Guernsey (1539–45), master of the Hawks and Buckhounds, i. 435, 557 (ff. 69, 70), 671, 1183, 1297:—g. 282(42 ), 465 (87, 101), 622 (pp. 315, 318), 623 (p. 325), 846 (13); ii. 1035 (f. 20):—g. 266 (5), 496 (29, 46 p. 226):—App. 2 (1, 2 vi.)

-, -, signature, i. 1297.

-, Robt., i. 821:—g. 465 (101); ii. g. 496 (57):—App. 2 (2 vi.)

-, Wm., i. g. 1081 (19 p. 522); ii. 1035 (f. 19).

Longavale. See Longueval.

Longborough (Langborough), Glouc, ii. g. 496 (13).

Longbridge (Longe Brydge), Warw., ii. g. 496 (34).

Longbridge and Chart hundred, Kent, i. 1334.

Longcashire. See Lancashire.

Longcott (Lancote), Berks., i. g. 624 (15)

Long Crendon, Bucks. See Crendon.

Longdon, Warw. See Langdon.

Longdon, Worc., i. g. 620 (52).

Longefeld, Arthur, i. p. 675.

Longe Howsse, in Scotland. See Lochtower.

Longevill. See Longueval.

Lonfelde, John, i. g. 621 (12 p. 308).

Longford, Wm., i. g. 620 (28); ii. g. 1068 (30).

Longhandborowe, Oxon. See Handborough.

Longland, John, bp. of Lincoln, q.v.

Longley, Warw. See Langley.

Longley, Yorks., i. p. 673:—g. 465 (101), 1081 (28, 58); ii. g. 707 (27, 52 p. 330), 1068 (52).

Longovale. See Longueval.

Longpont abbey, Soissons diocese, in France, ii. 487n.

Longston, Ric., i. g. 1335 (11).

Longuejoue, Matthew de, bp. of Soissons, q.v.

Longueval (Longvyll, Longevill, Longovale, Longevale, Longavale), Nicholas de Bossut, sieur de, i. 380, 457, 463, 499, 593; ii. 310, 468, 474, 486, 488, 605 (p. 279), 636, 679–80, 856, 881, 927, 941.

-, -, a nephew of, ii. 636.

Longueville, Francis duke of, Son of Mary of Guise, i. 907; ii. App. 11.

-, -, letter from, ii. App. 11.

Langueville, the Late Madame de, i. 343.

Longvile, Arth., i. g. 622 (p. 315), 1335 (21).

Longvyll. See Longueval.

Loodlowe, Salop. See Ludlow.

Looe, Cornw., ii. 17.

Loohenberge. See Lauenburg.

Loopes. See Lopes.

Lope, Diego, ii. 1006 (6).

Lopes (Loopes), Francis, i. 1024, 1144.

-, Martin, a Spanish merchant at Antwerp, i. 930, 1009, 1074, 1099, 1143, 1223, 1239, 1247, 1265–6, 1299 (2), 1316; ii. 111–4, 153, 551–2.

Lorche Mungumbrye. See Lorges.

Lorde, John, i. g. 620 (8 p. 300); ii. 582.

-, Robt., i. 557 (ff. 53–4, 63); ii. g. 496 (44).

Lordewyn, Thos., i. g. 846 (87 p. 426).

Lordgee. See Lorges.

Lords, House of, ii. 1029.

Loremer, Agnes, i. g. 1081 (58).

-, John, i. g. 1081 (58).

Lorener. See Lorraine.

Loreyn. See Lorraine.

Lorges (L'Orge, Lordges) Gabriel de Montgomery ("Lord Mongomerye" Lordge Mongomerye, Mongombray, Lorche Mungumbrye), sieur de, captain of the French King's Scottish Guard, and of the arriere-ban of France, leader of the French forces in Scotland, i. 202 (2), 213, 457, 477, 508, 510, 513, 522, 547, 664, 682 (p. 356), 767, 887, 895, 909 (2), 1007, 1017 1049, 1059, 1069, 1091, 1106 (p. 544), 1126, 1240, 1288; ii. 137, 144, 308, 328. 524–5, 533 (p. 247), 535, 1018–9, 1034.

-, -, letter from, i. 767.

Larkynhope, Salop, ii. 850 (26).

Lorraine (Loreyn, Lorayne, Loreners), i. 7 (p. 5), 80, 240–1, 807, 930, 1014, 1046 (pp. 502–3), 1067, 1204, 1262; ii. 200, 421.

Lorraine, Anthony duke of (died 14 June 1544), i. 45, 372 (p. 169), 542; ii. 893.

-, -, his death compassed by sorcery, i. 542.

Lorraine, Francis duke of, and of Bar, son of the preceding (died 12 June 1545), i. 457, 464, 542, 619 (p. 297), 805 (p. 398), 959, 965–6, 1046 (p. 503), 1070, 1288; ii. 11, 893.

-, -, his children, i. 1046 (p. 503); ii. 11.

Lorraine, duchess of, wife of the preceding. See Christina.

Lorraine, Charles de. See Guise.

Lorraine, Claude de, duke of Guise, q.v.

Lorraine, (Lorayne), John of, Cardinal, high chamberlain of France, i. 217, 254, 517, 1288; ii. 718, 1048.

-, -, letter from, i. 517; ii. 718.

Lorraine, Renee of Bourbon, duchess of (died in 1539), wife of Duke Anthony, i. 542.

Loryman, Ric., ii. g. 707 (50).

Losco, Robt., ii. 1035 (f. 29).

Loscombe (Lusshecombe), Dors., i. g. 1335 (15).

Losemore, Geo., i. g. 1335 (30, 55 p. 672).

-, Marg., i. g. 1335 (30).

Los Gelves taken by the Turks, i. 345.

Loshe, Chr., i. g. 1335 (27).

Losse, Agnes, ii. 418 (7):—g. 707 (44).

-, (Lesse), Hugh, i. g. 622 (pp. 314, 319), 623 (p. 325); ii. 418 (7):—g. 707 (44).

Losselles. See Lasselles.

Losthouse (Lofthouse ?), Wm., i. g 1081 (19 p. 523).

Lostland, Essex, i. g. 846 (11).

Lostwithiel, Cornw., letter dated at, ii. 601.

Lothian (Lowdyane, Lowdeane, Lowdiane, Lodyn, Lodyan, Lodian, Lothean), in Scotland, i. 187 (2), 203, 443, 626 (3), 837; ii. 524, 533 540.

Lotte, Robt., ii. g. 1068 (19 p. 537).

Loudoun (Lowdown), in Scotland, letter dated at, i. 405.

Loughflatte or Loughflat, in Scotland, ii. 456 (2), 533 (p. 247).

Loughmaban, in Scotland. See Lochmaben.

Loughouse, in Scotland. See Lochtower.

Louis XII., King of France (King Loes) (1498–1515), i. 1098, 1109 (p. 547); ii. 798.

Louker, —. ii. g. 496 (55).

Lound (Lownde), Linc., i. g. 465 (38).

Lonnde, Yorks. See Lund.

Lounde in Swinefleet parish, Yorks., i. g. 1335 (11 p. 657, 55 p. 672).

Lounte, John, ii. g. 1068 (50).

Louth (Lowthe), Linc., i. g. 1081 (17), 1335 (12 pp. 658–9).

-, abbey (supp.) of, or of Louth Park, i. g. 465 (22, 72), 846 (87), 1335 (12).

Louther. See Lowther.

Louvain (Lavayn, Loveyn, Lovyn), i. 217, 1180, 1253, 1294; ii. 154, 233, 245 (p. 108), 597, 605.

-, letters dated at, i. 643–4, 720, 1238; ii. 55. 195, 742.

Louvain (Lovanio), Peter of, alias Van Lare, notary, certificate by, ii. 340.

Lovat (Lowett), Hugh Eraser lord, ii. 294.

Lovayn. See Louvain.

Love, Mr., merchant of the Staple, ii. 770.

-, Ant., i. g. 465 (79).

-, Edw., i. p. 676.

-, John, ii. g. 1068 (50).

-, John, purveyor, i. 228 (2), 557 (f. 58), 1164; ii. 502 (4).

-, Thos., ii. g. 1068 (52).

Loveday, Ant., ii. 1023.

Lovekin (Lofekyn), Philippa, ii. 1035 (f. 22).

Lovelace, John, i. 1152.

Loveles, —. purveyor, i. 713.

Lovell, Lady, i. 557 (f. 61).

-, John, ii. 1035 (f. 18):—g. 910 (77).

-, (Lovel), Sir Fras., sheriff of Norfolk (1544–5). i. 134:—g. 622 (p. 315), 1081 (53); ii. 916.

-, -, Eliz. his wife, i. g. 1081 (53).

-, Hen., i. g. 465 (101).

-, Philip, i. g. 846 (40).

-, Thos., i. g. 846 (40).

-, Wm, i. g. 1335 (50).

Loversall, Yorks., i. g. 465 (39 p. 215).

Lovesey, Geo., ii. 1035 (f. 32).

Lovested, Surr. and Kent, ii. g. 496 (26).

Lovett, Thos., i. g. 1081 (36).

-, (Lovet), Wm., ii. g. 496 (54).

Lovit, Parson. See Levet.

Lovyn. See Louvain.

Low Countries, the. See Flanders.

Lowdeane. See Lothian.

Lowdown, in Scotland. See Loudoun.

Lowdyane. See Lothian.

Lowe, Agnes, i. g. 1081 (24).

-, Ant., ii. 1035 (f. 17).

-, Joan, i. g. 1081 (24).

-, Ric., i. g. 1081 (24).

-, Simon, ii. g. 1068 (52).

-, Thos., i. 557 (f. 10):—g. 622 (p 315), 1081 (24); ii. g. 707 (52).

Lowell, John, ii. g. 496 (58).

Lowenberg or Lowenburgh. See Lauenburg.

Lowes, Robt., i. g. 1081 (19 p. 528).

Lowestoft (Leystoke, Leystoyff, Leystop, Leistoft, Laystofte, Lestoff), Suff., i. 433 (2), 543 (p. 257), 557 (f. 59), 671, 717; ii. 88, 117, 147.

Loweswater (Lowsewater), Cumb., ii. g. 266 (19).

Lowett. See Lovat.

Lowick (Lowike), Nthld., i. g. 125 (22).

Lownd, Yorks. See Lund.

Lownde, Linc. See Lound.

Lownder Grene, Yorks., ii. g. 1068 (19 pp. 537–8).

Lowne, John, i. 1202 (4).

Lownesdale, in Scotland, ii. 456 (p. 199), 533 (p. 248).

Lowsewater, Cumb. See Loweswater.

Lowson, Nic., i. 420 (4).

Lowthe, Linc. See Louth.

Lowther (Louther), Sir John, captain of Carlisle castle, i. 491, 493, 563, 580, 582.

-, -, letter from, i. 491.

Loxley, Chr., i. g. 621 (12 p. 310).

Lubiana. See Laibach.

Lubeck (Lwbyke), in Germany, i. 91, 350 (p. 159), 511, 636, 1316; ii. 37, 68–9, 249 (2), 342, 468, 598:—App. 27 iii.

-, letters from the city, ii. 10, 43.

-, letters dated at, i. 453, 511; ii. 37.

-, See also under Ships, named.

Lubeck, Hans van, ii. 140.

Luca. See Lucca.

Lucar, Emanuel, deputy of the Merchant Adventurers, i. 32; ii. g. 1068 (52).

Lucas, Evan, ii. g. 496 (29).

-, (Lukas), John, i. 557 (f. 50):—g. 622 (pp. 312, 316), 623 (pp. 320–2, 324–5), 846 (52), 1335 (12 p. 660).

-, Ric., i. g. 621 (12 p. 308).

-, Sebastian or Bastian, i. 588 (p. 285); ii. 467, 536, 680 (2), 766, 954.

-, -, instruction for, ii. 680 (2).

-, See also Fringher, L.

Lucca (Luca, Lucha, Luke), in Italy, and the Lucchese (Lukais), i. 450, 501, 650 (2), 1019; ii. 704. See also Pini, Filippo.

Luchtemaker. See Lightmaker.

Lucy (Luse), George, ii. 73.

-, (Luse), Humph., ii. 1033.

-, (Lucye), Thos., ii. g. 1068 (25).

-, Wm., the Elder, letter from, i. 369.

Ludborough (Ludburgh), Linc., i. g. 1335 (11).

Luddington, Linc., i. p. 682.

Luddington, Steph., i. g. 135 (11 p. 657).

Ludfforde, John, ii. g. 496 (19).

Ludford, Linc., i. g. 1335 (12).

Ludgershall (Lurgashall), Bucks., ii. 706 (19).

Ludgrove farm, in Enfield, Midd.; i. p. 683.

Ludham, Norf., ii. g. 707 (8).

Ludlow (Loodlowe), Salop, i. 680; ii. 1035 (f. 20).

Ludlowe, Geo., i. g. 622 (p. 316).

-, Thos., ii. g. 496 (34).

Ludovico. See Da 1'Armi, L.

Lugton Lawe, in Scotland. See Luntonlaw.

Luike. See Liege.

Lukais. See Lucca.

Lukas. See Lucas.

Luke, in Italy. See Lucca.

Luke, Nic., baron of the Exchequer, i. g. 465 (20), 622 (pp. 312–3, 315), 623 (pp. 320–1).

-, Sir Walter, justice, i. g. 622 (pp. 312 bis, 313 bis, 315–19), 623 (p. 320).

Lumberd or Lumbert, John, ii. g. 496 (34).

Lumley (Lomely), John lord, i. g. 1335 (32); ii. 1029.

Lunardo, Cavaliere, of Ravenna, i. 650 (2).

Lund (Lownd, Lounde), Yorks., i. g. 465 (39).

Lunde, in Waghen, Yorks., i. p. 685.

Lunde, Robt., i. p. 685.

Lundoris. See Lindores.

Lundy. See Cambpell, of Lundy.

Luneburg (Lunenburgum, Lunenborough), in Germany, i. 808; ii. 528.

Luneborech, Lunemburgh, or Lunenburg, duke of. See Brunswick Luneburg.

Lunterstanes (Limterstanes, Lymterscanes) Yorks., i. g. 465 (55), 846 (93 p. 427).

Luntonlaw (Lugton Lawe), in Scotland, ii. 456 (2), 533 (p. 247).

Lunyngburg. See Brunswick-Luneburg.

Lupton, Westmld., i. g. 1081 (12).

Lupton, Marg., i. 557 (f. 2).

-, Rog., i. p. 679.

-, Wm., i. g. 1081 (28).

Lurgashall, Bucks. See Ludgershall.

Lusborne. See Lisbon.

Lusby (Lustebye, Lustby), Linc., i. g. 1335 (12 p. 659); ii. g. 266 (6, 36).

Luse. See Lucy.

Lusheboren or Lusshborne. See Lisbon.

Lusshecombe, Dors. See Loscombe.

Lustbye, Linc. See Lusby.

Lutariens. See Lutherans.

Luter, Rog., ii. g. 707 (52 p. 330).

Lutherans (Lutariens), i. 632, 1003, 1069, 1288; ii. 774. See also Germany; Protestants.

Luthyngton, John, i. g. 1081 (26).

Luton, Beds., i. g. 465 (99); ii. g. 1068 (46).

-, vicar of, ii. 217.

Lutrell. See Luttrell.

Lutton, Nthl., i. g. 465 (38).

Luttrell or Lutterell, Sir John, i. 755, 796; ii. 88, 706 (94):—g. 910 (19).

-, John, i. g. 622 (p. 317).

-, Marg., ii. g. 910 (82 p. 456).

-, Nic., ii. g. 910 (82 p. 456).

-, (Lutrell), Thomas, chief justice of Common Pleas in Ireland, signature, i. 412, 665, 707; ii. 120, 792, 819.

-, Thos., ii. g. 910 (82 p. 456).

Luxemburg (Luxumburgh) duchy and town, i. 153, 281 (p. 120), 463, 861, 1135; ii. 31, 331–2, 379, 459, 561 (p. 262), 615, 636 (2).

-, governor of. See Lyere, Mons. de.

-, a gentleman of, i. 153.

Luxemburg, duke of, named Francis. See Lauenburg.

Luxembourg, Ant. de, count of Brienne, q.v.

-, Louis de, brother of the preceding, count of Roussy, q.v.

Luyke. See Liege.

Lwbyke. See Lubeck.

Lyames, John, ii. g. 910 (39).

Lybert skins. See Furs.

Lyche. See Leche.

Lychelede, Thos., i. 900.

Lydbury North (Lubbery Northe),Salop, ii. g. 1068 (46).

Lydd (Lyde), Kent, i. 1323.

Lydd Court (Lydcourte, Lydenoourte), Kent, ii. 1066:—g. 496 (68 p. 232).

Lyde, Peter, ii. g. 707 (50).

Lydley, Salop, ii. 850 (26).

Lydyate, Edm., i. g. 846 (93 p. 427).

-, Thos., ii. g. 1068 (22).

Lydyngton, John, i. g. 846 (93 p. 427).

Lye, Essex. See Leigh.

Lye (Ley), Salop, ii. g. 496 (58), 1068 (41).

Lye, Soms. See Leigh.

Lye (surname). See Lee.

Lyer, Thos., i. g. 282 (19).

Lyere (Liere, Lire, Lyre), in the Low Countries, i. 606–7, 632–3, 644, 861; ii. 91, 233.

Lyere (Lyra, Lyre, Lire), John de, lord of Berchem, Charles V.'s muster master, governor of Luxemburg, i. 1092; ii. 433 437, 593, 605, 616, 730 (p. 340), 734, 748, 756, 766, 776, 785, 847.

Lyes priory. See Leighs.

Lygan. See Lygon.

Lygh, Kent. See Leigh.

Lygh or Lyghe (surname). See Lee.

Lygon (Lyggyne), John, ii. App. 2 (2 iv.).

-, (Lygan, Lygyn, Ligon), Six Ric., i p 674:—g. 622 (p. 317), 623 (p. 322); ii. 321, 480:—App. 9, 15.

-, -, signature of, ii. App. 15.

-, Lygans, Ligans), Roger, ii. 418 (42):—g. 496 (51).

Lykener, John, ii. 1035 (f. 27).

Lykewode, John, i. g. 621 (12 p. 308).

Lyle, Eliz., i. g. 846 (48).

Lylley, John, i. g. 465 (21).

Lylly, Peter, ii. g. 707 (49).

Lym. See Lyme Regis.

Lyraby, John, i. g. 620 (4).

Lyme Regis (Lym), Dons., ii. 190.

Lyme in Somersetshire, i. 646 n.

Lyme, John, i. g. 465 (21).

Lymebery, Ric., i. g. 620 (4).

Lymes, Ric., i. g. 621 (12 p. 310).

Lymesfeld, Surr. See Limpsfield.

Lymington, Hants, i. 1244, 1291, 1320; ii. 601.

Lympne (Lymme), Kent, i. g. 465 (65); ii. g. 496 (21).

Lymsey, John, i. g. 622 (p. 319).

Lymterscanes. See Lunterstanes.

Lymyners. See Horses.

Lynces, Robt., i. g. 282 (37).

Lynche, Heref., ii. 266 (36), 496 (68 p. 232).

Lynche, Jervase, prb. of Oxford, signature of, i. 775.

-, Simon, customer of Sandwich ii. 909 (44):—g. 1068 (11).

Lynchmere (Willenchmour), Suss., i. g. 620 (48).

Lyncun, Eliz., i. g. 1335 (12 p. 659).

Lynde, —, i. g. 465 (99).

Lyndesell, John, i. g. 622 (p. 313), 623 (pp. 319–20).

-, Thos., i. g. 465 (55).

Lyndon (Lynden), Warw., near Sheldon, i. g. 1335 (34).

Lyne. See De la Lynde.

Lynes, Robt., i. g. 621 (8).

Lynfeld, Suss., i. g. 1335 (31).

Lyng Soms., i. g. 620 (47).

Lyng or Lynge, John, 228:—g. 465 (83).

-, Nic., chaplain, i. 102 iii., iv.

-, Wm., i. g. 465 (83).

Lynge, in Germany. See Lingen.

Lyngfeld, Suss. See Lindfield.

Lynghowe, Linc., i. g. 282 (52 p. 129).

Lynley, John, i. g. 1335 (12).

Lynn (Lynne), or King's Lynn, Norf., i. 139, 294, 483, 518, 526, 557 (f. 67 bis, 59), 630, 755, 997, 1217:—g. 125 (12), 1081 (50); ii. 176, 397, 657:—g. 1068 (19, pp. 537–8).

-, mayor of, i. 997. See Mokessand, J.

-, Augustinian Friars (supp.), i. g. 282 (87).

-, Black Friars or Friars Preachers (supp.), i. g. 283 (37 p. 127).

-, Busshopstath, i. g. 282 (37).

-, Grey Friars or Friars Minors (supp.), i. g. 282 (37 p. 127).

-, (Lenn), St. John's hospital, i. 762; ii. g. 1068 (19 p. 537).

-, -, surrender, i. 762.

-, St. Margaret's, i. g. 282 (37).

-, St. Nicholas', i. g. 282 (37 p. 127).

Lynn, South-, Norf., White Friars or Friars Carmelites (supp.), i. g. ; 282 (37 p. 127).

Lynnden, Wm., i. 782.

Lynne, Norf. See Lynn.

Lynne, John, i. g. 465 (89).

-, Steph., i. g. 282 (19 p. 124).

Lynnes, John, ii. g. 496 (7).

Lynnet, Thos., ii. 909 (54).

Lynnyall, John, ii. g. 496 (58).

Lynoux. See Lennox.

Lynsey, Warw. See Lindsey.

Lynstead, Kent, ii. g. 266 (25).

Lynsy, Edw., i. 874.

Lyon, John, i. p. 677:—g. 125 (6); ii. g. 496 (41).

Lyons, in France, i. 457, 510, 1026, 1045, 1066, 1143; ii. 18, 260, 334, 352 (p. 157), 993.

-, Ainay (Eyne), abbey, ii. 772 (p. 368).

Lypiat, Nether- (Netherlipiatt), Glouc., i. g. 282 (19), 465 (101 p. 229).

Lyppet, John, ii. g. 910 (38).

Lyra, M. de. See Lyere.

Lyncombe, Thos., i. g. 620 (8 p. 300).

Lyre in the Netherlands. See Lyere.

Lyre (Lira), now Vieille Lyre, in Normandy, abbey of, i. g. 1335 (37).

Lysley. See Lisle.

Lyster, Robert, a Scot, i. 1178.

Lytcote (Litcott), one of the Gentlemen Pensioners, Chr., i. g. 465 (73); ii. 418 (67):—App. 2 (2 vi.).

-, Kath., i. g. 465 (73).

Lytel. See Little.

Lytelbury, Essex. See Littlebury.

Lytgolde, Ric., i. g. 282 (19 p. 124).

Lytgrave, Beds. See Leagrave.

Lythe, i. 1202 (4).

Lythe in Scotland. See Leith.

Lythe, Westcmld., i. g. 1336 (32).

Lythmaker. See Lightmaker.

Lytle. See Little.

Lytloke, Thos., i. g. 1335 (12 p. 659).

Lytster, Brian, i. g. 1081 (28).

Lyttel. See Little.

Lytton, John. See Latton.

-, (Litton), Robt. sheriff of Essex and Herts (1545–6), i. g. 622 (p. 317); ii. g. 910 (52).Lyztmaker. See Lightmaker.



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