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'Index: M', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 20 Part 2: August-December 1545 (1907), pp. 777-797. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=80450 Date accessed: 02 October 2014.


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Maase. See Meuse.

Maastricht (Maestricht, Mastricke, Mastreght), in Germany, i. 231, 492, 545, 644, 693; ii. 234, 244, 284, 527, 636 (2 ? "Trey").

Mabcalcey, Linc., i. g. 623 (p. 324).

Macallister, John. See Macdonald.

McCaier, Donull. See Kavanagh.

McCarthies (McCharties), the Irish family, i. 653.

McCarthy Reagh (McChartie Reagh), Irish chief, son of Lady Eleanor Fitzgerald, i. 665.

McCloid. See Macleod.

McConnell, Donald, lord of the Isles, q.v.

Macdonald, Alex. Rannaldson, of Glengarry, i. 1298; ii. 42.

-, Angus Maconill, i. 1298; ii. 42.

-, Angus Rannaldson, of Knoydart, i. 1298; ii. 42.

-, Archibald Maconill, Captain of Clanhustoun or Clanhounston, i. 1298; ii. 42.

-, Donald MacConell, lord of the Isles, q.v.

-, James Maconill, i. 1298; ii. 42.

-, John McAllister, of Moydart, captain of Clanrannald, i. 1298; ii. 42, 294, 330.

-, Rory MacAllister, dean of Morvern, bp. elect of the Isles; i. 1298; ii. 40–1, 120, 196–7, 231, 268, 291, 294-5, 304, 306–7, 324, 357.

-, -, signature of, ii. 295.

Macer, John, i. g. 1335 (12 p. 659).

Macfarlane (Mackfarlan), Walter, of Ardlys, a Scot, i. 865, 1298; ii. 42.

MacGill (Makgill, McGhil), —, a Scot, ii. 308, 584.

Macgillaquhowill, Patrick, ii. 42.

McGillevray, Archibald, vicar of Killean, i. 1298.

Machant, Wm., i. g. 624 (15).

Machell, Giles, ii. g. 707 (3).

Machelyn. See Mechlin.

Machyn, John, i. p. 682.

Machynlleth (Mahantleth, Mahancleth), co. Montgomery, ii. g. 266 (20, 36).

Maclan (Mackeyn), Alex., of Ardnamurchan, i, 1298; ii. 42.

Mackerell or Makerell, Matth., abbot of Barlings (executed in 1537), i. g. 620 (49).

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

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

-, Widow, i. g. 1081 (19 p. 523).

Mackfarlan. See Macfarlane.

Mackinnon (Mackynnan), Ewin, of Straquhordill, Strathoidill or Strayquhordill (i.e. Strath Suardel in Skye), i. 1298; ii. 42, 330.

Macklane. See McLean.

Mackworth (Makworthe), Derb., i. g. 1335 (11)

Mackworth (Makeworth), Fras., i. g. 622 (p. 315).

-, (Makworth), John, ii. g. 496 (68 p. 231), 707 (52 p. 330).

MacLean or Maclane (Maclan), the lord, of Duart, i. 1298; ii. 40–1, 120 ("one McClane"), 196–7, 292, 294, 304.

-, -, letter to, ii. 292.

-, Allan, of Torloske, i. 1298; ii. 42.

-, Donald, of Kingairloch, i. 1298; ii. 42.

-, Hector, of Duart, i. 1298; ii. 42, 330.

-, John, of Ardgour, i. 1298; ii. 42, 330.

-, John, of Coll, i. 1298; ii. 42, 330.

-, Murdoch, of Lochbuy, i. 1298; ii. 42, 330.

-, (Macklane, Macklayn), Patrick, baillie of Ycomkill and justice of the South Isles, brother of lord M., i. 287, 347–8, 1298; ii. 40–1, 120, 196–7. 231, 268, 291, 294–5, 304, 306–7, 357.

-, -, signature, ii. 295.

-, Roderick, bp. of the Isles ii. 129 n.

Macleod (McCloid), Alex., of Dunvegan, i. 1298; ii. 42, 330.

-, (McCloid), Rory, of Lewis, i. 1298; ii. 42, 330, 534.

McMahon (Macmihuna), Patrick, king's chaplain, i. 475.

Macneill, Gilleganan, of Barra, i. 1298; ii. 42, 330.

Maconele, Donnault. See Isles, lord of the.

McOnell of the Isles. See Isles, lord of. the.

Maconill. See Macdonald.

Macquarrie (Macquore, Makquere), John, of Ulva, i. 1298; ii. 42, 330.

Maçuelo (Mocuelo, Macuello, Macuelleo), Antonio, i. 856, 1019 ii. 134, 344, 387, 620, 674, 682, 720.

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

Madborowe, Devon. See Modbury.

Maddockes. See Madox.

Madeley (Mawdeley), Staff., ii. g. 496 (42).

Madeson. See Madison.

Madok, Glm., ii. g. 910 (13).

Madox, Hen., i. g. 622 (p. 315).

-, (Madockes), Humph., i. g. 846 (59).

-, (Madockes, Maddockes), John, i. g. 846 (59); ii. g. 1068 (42).

Madrid, Treaty of (14 Jan. 1526), i. 105.

Madruzzi, Chr., bp. of Trent, Cardinal, i. 323. 407, 807–8, 861; ii. 1065.

-, -, his secretary. See Secco, N.

Madruzzi (Madrutze), —, brother of the Cardinal, i. 861.

Madison, Sir Edw., i. g. 622 (p. 317).

-, (Madeson), Geo., i. g. 465 (63).

Maestricht. See Maastricht.

Maetz, Guillaume, i. 1202 xlviii.

Magdeburg, in Germany, i. 808.

-, bpric. of, ii. 741.

Maget, Thos., i. g. 1335 (51).

Magg, Thos., i. g. 621 (1).

Maghlyn. See Mechlin.

Magnus, Dr. Thos., archd. of the East Riding, one of the Council in the North, i. 116, 534:—g. 622 (p. 318), 623 (pp. 323 325–6), 846 (93 p. 427), 1335 (46); ii. 282:—g. 496 (28).

-, -, signature, ii. 109, 282.

Magunce. See Mentz.

Magyll, Thos., i. g. 624 (15).

Mahantleth. See Machynlleth.

Mahugh, Thos., i. g. 846 (87).

Maiden Bradley, Wilts, priory (supp.), i. g. 465 (17), 1335 (40); ii. g. 496 (68 p. 231), 1068 (41).

Maidenwell (Linc. ?), ii. g. 1068 (41).

Maidewell, Thos., ii. g. 1068 (19 p. 536).

Maidstone (Maydeston), Kent, i. pp. 677, 681–2:—g. 1081 (24), 1335 (53); ii. g. 266 (7).

-, St. Anne's chapel, i. p. 682.

Maidstone (Maydeston), hundred, Kent. i. 1334.

Maie. See Maye.

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

Mains (Manis), East and West, in Scotland, ii. 533 (p. 248).

Mainsborough, Hants, ii. 263.

Mainstone (Maynston), co. Montgomery (now in Salop), ii. g. 496 (34).

Mainwaring, Sir Fras., i. g. 622 (p. 316).

-, (Manwaryng). Sir Randall, i. 538.

Maior. See Mayer.

Maire. See Mayre.

Maisondieu (Masendieue, Massendewe), in Scotland, ii. 456 (2), 533 (p. 247).

Maister. See Master.

Majorca (Majorke, Mayorca), i. 345, 918 (p. 453).

-, a native of, i. 1315.

Makdowell (Makdouell) Alex., laird of Stodrig, ii. 534 (p.. 250).

-, Thomas laird of Makerston, ii. 534 (p. 250).

Makelyn. See Mechlin.

Maker, Cornw. and Devon, i. g. 282 (19, 52 p. 129).

Makerell. See Mackerell.

Makerston (Makarston, Makkerston), in Scotland, ii. 456 (2), 533 (p. 247).

-, laird of. See Makdowell.

Maket, Hen., ii. 753.

Makeworth. See Mackworth.

Makgill. See MacGill.

Makkerston, in Scotland. See Makerston.

Maklyn. See Mechlin.

Makquere. See Macquarrie.

Makwell, —, i. g. 465 (39 p. 215).

Makworth. See Mackworth.

Malaguse, Paul, a captain of Italians in the French service, i. 1200.

Malahide, near Dublin, letter dated at, i. 653.

Malbesbury, Wilts. See Malmesbury.

Malbon, Wm., ii. g. 910 (82 p. 456).

Malby, Thos., ii. 441 (2).

Malcus, Peter, mayor of Hull (1542–3), i. g. 622 (p. 314).

Maldeson, Ric., ii. g. 1068 (19 p. 536).

Maldon, Essex, i. g. 282 (37), 846 (93 p. 428); ii. g. 496 (38).

-, Darcy's chantries, i. g. 846 (93 p. 427).

Male, Robt., i. g. 282 (37).

Malen, Rog., i. g. 1335 (51).

Malery. See Malory.

Malett (Mallett), Dr., Queen's chaplain, ii. 909 (47).

-, (Malet), Mich., i. g. 622 (p. 317), 624 (15); ii. g. 910 (82 p. 456).

-, Ric., ii. g. 910 (82 p. 456).

-, (Mallate), Rog., i. g. 622 (p. 318), 623 (pp. 323, 325).

Malines. See Mechlin.

Maliverie. See Malyverey.

Malkelyn, Geo., i. g. 465 (83).

Mallard, John, i. g. 621 (12 p. 309).

Mallarde, Thos., i. g. 621 (12 p. 308).

Malleham, Wm., i. g. 1081 (19 p. 523).

Mallett. See Malett.

Mailing, Suss., i. g. 1335 (31).

Mailing, East- (Estmallyng), Kent, i. p. 677:—g. 282 (52), 1081 (24).

Malling, South- Suss., i. g. 1335 (31).

-, college of, i. 333:—g. 1335 (31).

-, -, dean. See Peterson, R.

-, -, surrender, i. 333.

Malling, West-, Kent, i. g. 282 (52).

-, nunnery (supp.), i. 557 (f. 15).

-, -, abbess. See Vernon, M.

Malmesbury (Malvesburye, Maulburye, Mawburye, Mawvesburie, Malbesbury), Wilts, i. g. 465 (101).

-, abbey (supp.), i. 557 (ff. 38, 41–2, 75):—p. 676:—g. 282 (19), 1081 (24): ii. 696:—g. 496 (46), 1068 (21).

-, St. Paul's, i. g. 282 (19).

Malmesbury hundred, Wilts, i. p. 676.

Malmeshill, Heref. See Mansel Lacy.

Malmoe, in Denmark, now in Sweden, i. 636.

Malory, Thos., i. g. 622 (pp. 314, 316).

-, (Malery), Sir Wm., treasurer of Berwick, i. 339 (2), 420 (4):—g. 622 (p. 318), 623 (pp. 323, 325).

Malpas, Chesh., i. 538.

Malt. See Malte,

Maltby le Marsh (Maltebye) alias Malton in the Marsh. Linc., i. g. 465 (38), 1335 (12).

Maltby (Mawlbie, Maulbie). Thos., purveyor of butter and cheese, i. 557 (ff. 56, 58).

Malte or Malt, John, merchant tailor, i. g. 846 (93); ii. 418 (52):—g. 910 (46).

Malten, John, i. g. 620 (8).

Malton, Camb., ii. g. 1068 (52).

Malton (Maweton), Yorks., i. p. 675:—g. 623 (p. 324).

Malton in the Marsh, Linc. See Maltby.

Malton, New-, Yorks., i. g. 465 (39 p. 215).

Malton, Old-, Yorks., i. g. 465 (39 pp. 215–6).

-, priory (supp.), i. 557 (f. 40):—pp. 675, 682:—g. 465 (39 pp. 215–6), 846 (87), 1081 (19 pp. 523–4), 1335 (11).

Malton, Wm., ii. g. 266 (15).

Maltravers, lord. See Arundel, earl of.

Maltyward, Wm., ii. g. 406 (18, 68 p. 231).

Malvenda (Malouenda), Alvaro and Loyes, ii. 620.

-, Andres and Francesco, merchants of Burgos, i. 959 (2) 1202 (1 iii., 7).

Malvern (Mawveren) Chace, Worc., ii. g. 496 (51).

Malvern, Great-, Worc., i. 1330:—p. 680.

-, priory (supp.), i. 557 (ff. 38, 42):—g. 621 (12 p. 309), 846 (93 p. 428), 1081 (22), 1335, 55 p. 672); ii. g. 266 (7), 496 (49), 1068 (19 p. 537, 50).

Malvern, Hills, Worc., i. g. 621 (12 p. 309); ii. g. 496 (49).

Malvern, Little-, Worc., priory (supp.), i. g. 846 (30); ii. g. 496 (34, 49).

Malvesburye. See Malmesbury.

Malwyke park, co. Denbigh. See Moely-Parc.

Malynne, Edw., i. g. 621 (12 p. 309).

Malyverey (Maliverie), Joan, i. g. 620 (8).

-, Sir Thos., i. g. 623 (p. 325).

-, Sir Wm., i. g. 622 (p. 318), 623 (p. 323).

Mambilla, Gregorio, a Genoese, i. 1057

Mamefeld, Thos., M.D., i. g. 621 (12 p. 309).

Mamoran, —, Wotton's servant, i. 693.

Man (Mann), Henry, prior of Sheen, dean of Chester, i. 557 (f. 9).

-, (Manne, Mann), John, i. 698–9, 719, 839; ii. 87, 568, 944, 954, 1035 (ff. 27–8):—g. 910 (77).

-, -, letter from, i. 698.

-, (Manne), Robt., i. g. 465 (22 p. 212).

-, (Manne), Thos., i. g. 282 (37), 465 (58).

-, (Manne), Wm., i. g. 620 (8 p. 300 bis), 1335 (37).

Managhty Poeth, co. Radnor, i. g. 1335 (53).

Manars. See Manners.

Manby, Peter, i. g. 466 (39 p. 215).

Mancetter (Mancettour), Warw., i. p. 684.

Mancino, Francesco, ii. 103.

Mandeley, John. i. g. 465 (83).

Manderston, in Scotland, ii. 466 (p. 199), 533 (p. 248).

Mandfelde, Robt., ii. 661.

Manefilde, Thos., i. 557 (10).

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

Manely Coleshill (Manelly Colsehall), Cornw., ii. g. 496 (6).

Manerhill, in Scotland. See Manorhill.

Maners. See Manners.

Manewden, Essex, i. g. 1081 (37).

Manfield (Manfeld), Yorks., i. p. 680.

Manfeld, Chr., i. g. 1081 (36).

-, Robt., i. g. 1081 (36).

Manfyld, Notts. See Mansfield.

Manhowse, Thos., i. g. 620 (8 p. 300).

Manis, in Scotland. See Mains.

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

-, Wm., i. g. 1081 (36).

Mankynhayles, Hen., i. g. 466 (65).

Manley, Laur., i. g. 621 (12 p. 308).

Manne. See Man.

Manners (Maners), Sir Ric., i. 867:—g. 623 (p. 325); ii. 533, 633:—App. 2 (1, 2 vi.).

-, (Manars), Thomas, earl of Rutland, q.v.

Manning, Eliz., i. g. 846 (47).

-, Hen., i. 799.

-, John. King's joiner, ii. 706 (50):—g. 707 (41).

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

Mansel Lacy (Malmeshill), Heref., ii. g. 910 (33).

Manser, Geo., i. p. 675.

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

Mansfeld (Mantzfeld), count of, i. 861.

Mansfield (Manfyld), Notts, i. 1030.

Mansfilde, John, i. 557 (f. 26).

Mantell (Mantel), John, attainted, i. p. 675.

-, -,Sir Walter, i. g. 1335 (21).

-, Walter, i. g. 1335 (21).

Manthorpe, Linc., i. g. 465 (38), 1335 (11 p. 657, 12 p. 659).

Manton (Maunton), Linc., i. g. 1335 (28).

Manton, Rutl., i. g. 465 (38), 846 (45).

Mantoncrake, in Scotland. See Minto Crag.

Mantua, 192, 602, 650 (2).

-, letter dated at, i. 948.

Mantua, Frederic Gonzaga. duke of, i. 292, 315.

Mantua, Matthew de, ii. 1035 (f. 17).

Mantzfeld. See Mansfeld.

Manwarre, in Scotland. See Ninewar.

Manwaryng. See Mainwaring.

Maxell. See Maunsell.

Mapelton, Wm., ii. g. 707 (50).

Mapperley or Maperley, James, ii. 418 16, 17), 1035 (f. 19).

Maplestead, Essex, i. g. 125 (2).

Maplested, Wm., i. g. 125 (2).

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

Mapull, Maurice, i. 1329 (2).

Marble, for house building, i. 542.

Marbottell, in Scotland. See Morbattle.

Marburg (Marpurg), in Hesse, i. 390 n.

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

Marce, the. See Merse.

Marcelles. See Marseilles.

March, earldom of, i. g. 1335 (49); ii. g. 910 (30, 33).

March, the, in Scotland. See Merse.

Marchant. John, i. g. 282 (19).

Marchcleugh (Merche Cleughe), in Scotland, ii. 456 (2), 533 (p. 247).

Marche, Wm., of Calais, i. 55, 836.

Marche Chapell or Marchechappell, Linc. See Marsh Chapel.

Marchell, earl, See Marischal.

Marden, John, i. g. 465 (58).

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

Marderby, Yorks. g. 465 (39 p. 215).

Mardreff, co. Carnarvon, ii. g. 910 (24).

Marengo, Alisandro, an Italian captain, ii. 464.

Mares, John, i. g. 125 (31).

Marescotto, Ludovico, ii. 154.

Marewood, Yorks. See Marwood, Dham.

Marfelde, John, i. g. 1335 (36).

Margam or Morgan abbey (supp.), co. Glamorgan, i. 557 (f. 31):—g. 1335 (37, 55 p. 673).

Margan, Ric. See Morgan.

Margaret of Angouleme, Queen of Navarre, sister of Francis i., i. 138, 334 342, 372, 398, 619 (pp. 296–7); ii. 836, 941–2, 984, 1006, 1011, 1024 (p. 509).

-, -, letter from, ii. 942.

-, -, letter to, ii. 943.

Margaret of Austria, Charles V.'s natural daughter, duchess dowager of Florence, wife of Octavio Farnese duke of Camerino, i. 1288; ii. 19, 337, 379.

-, -, gives birth to twins, ii. 337, 379.

Margaret of France, daughter of Francis i., ii. 619, 1249, 1288; ii. 408, 519, 567, 740, 758, 794, 802, 805, 837, 839, 856, 860, 872, 875, 1038, 1048.

Margaretting (Margetyng), Essex, ii. g. 707 (9).

Margate (Marget), Kent, i. 240, 672 (2); ii. 795.

Margerye, John, i. g. 846 (87).

Marghlande or Markelande, Lanc., i. g. 846 (70).

Marguison (Morgison), or Marquise, in the Boulonnois, i. 1179.

Maria. See Warner, Mary.

Mariano (Marian), Angelo, of Cremona, Italian captain retained by Henry VIII., i. 450, 552, 649–50, 729, 745, 751 (1, 2), 752–4:—g. 620 (2); ii. 491, 704, 790, 866.

-, -, list of his captains, i. 751 (2).

Marillac (Marrylyack, Marylake), Charles, French ambassador to England (1539–1543) i. 807; ii. 245 (p. 108), 838.

-, -, his cousin. See Formes, M. de.

Marinack, —, i. 808.

Marine or Marino, Hipolito, i. 1043, 1154.

-, Simon de, Venetian, ii. 951.

Mariners, i. 83 (1–4).

Marisohal (Marchell, Marshal, Merschell), William Keith earl, i. 210 (2), 477, 547, 763, 785, 857 (3), 1063, 1106 (2); ii. 144, 216, 308, 534.

-, -, signature of. ii. 144.

Marjoribanck, Thomas, copy certified by, i. 598.

Markby (Markebye), Linc., priory (supp.), i. g. 1336 (12, 53).

Markby (Amarkby), John, ii. g. 707 (50).

Marke. See under Calais.

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

Markelande or Marghlande, Lanc., i. g. 846 (70).

Markenfelde, Thos., i. 339 (2).

Markes, John, M.A., ii. g. 910 (29).

-, (Merkes), Ric., ii. 576–7, 581, 601.

-, -, letter from, ii. 581.

Market Staintou, Linc., ii. g. 707 (52).

Market (Merkeyate), or Markeyate Street, Beds, priory (supp.), i. g. 465 (99), 1081 (47); ii g. 266 (34), 496 (49, 56), 1068 (46 bis).

Markham, Geoff., ii. g. 910 (82).

-, Henry, one of the Pensioners, i. 901, 978; ii. App. 2 (2 vi.).

-, (Markam, Markeham), Sir John, sheriff of Notts and Derbyshire (1545–6), i. g. 622 (p. 313), 623 (pp. 320–1, 325); ii. 633:—g. 910 (52):—App. 13.

-, Kath., ii. g. 910 (82).

-, Ric., i. g. 622 (p. 316).

Markina. See Marquina.

Markyndall, John, ii. g. 707 (27).

Marlborough, Wilts, i. g. 846 (93 p. 428); ii. 463.

-, White Friars or Carmelites (supp.), i. g. 620 (8).

Marler, Alex., ii. 706 (74 b):—g. 910 (17).

-, Alice, ii. g. 496 (34. 68 p. 232).

-, John, i. g. 465 (83).

-, (Merler), Wm., i. g. 465 (83), 1335 (51); ii. g. 496 (34, 68 p. 232).

Marlingford, Norf., ii. g. 266 (31), 910 (82 p. 455).

Marlow. Great-, Bucks., i. g. 282 (23).

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

Marlwood (Merle wood), in Thornbury, Glouc., i. g. 846 (65).

Marlyng, Wm., i. g. 1081 (19 p. 523).

Marmyon, Edith, ii. g. 1068 (19).

Marneham, Robt., ii. g. 266 (23).

Marowe, Thos., i. g. 1081 (47).

Marpurg. See Marburg.

Marquina (Markina), —, a secretary of Charles V., ii. 408 (?), 643, 833, 873.

Marquis, my lord. See Dorset.

Marre, Thos., i. g. 846 (87).

Marresfelde, Glouc. See Marshfield.

Marrett, Nic., i. g. 846 (93 p. 427).

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

Marriage of priests, ii. 733 (p. 346).

Marrick (Marrycke), Yorks., nunnery (supp.), i. 557 (f. 34):—p. 680:—g. 846 (39), 1081 (21).

Marricke, John, ii. g. 406 (46 p. 226).

Marry, Thos., i. g. 846 (87).

Marrylyack. See Marillac.

Marse, the, in Scotland. See Merse.

Marsey, Essex. See Mersea.

Marseilles (Marcelles, Mersellia, Merselles, Marselys), i. 87, 292, 447 (p. 199), 457, 510, 539, 619, 650, 682 (pp. 355–6), 692, 730, 751–2. 918 (p. 453), 925, 983, 1007, 1046 (p. 503), 1069, 1153: ii. 145.

Marsh (Marsshe), priory (supp.), near Exeter, cell to Plympton, ii. g. 496 (19).

Marsh priory (supp.), Yorks., ("late cell of Tickhill"), a cell of Humberston, ii. g. 266 (23). (See Index to Vol. XIII.)

Marsh, the, of Thanet, i. 672 (2).

Marsh or Marshe (Mershe), Edm., i. g. 1335 (12 p. 659).

-, (Mershe), Hen., ii. g. 707 (44).

-, (Marsshe). John, i. p. 683:—g. 1335 (35); ii. g. 496 (46).

-, Ric., ii. 418(50):—g. 1068 (29).

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

-, Rog., ii. g. 707 (44).

-, (Merse, Mershe), Thos., ii. 221 (2, 5):—g. 707 (44).

-, Wm., i. 1202 (4).

Marsh Chapel (Marchechappell, Marche Chapell, Merschapell), Linc., i. g. 1081 (17), 1335 (11 p. 657, 12); ii. g. 496 (44).

Marshal, Earl [of Scotland]. See Marischal.

Marshal, the [of Hesse]. See Baumbach, L.

Marshal of the West, the, i. 7 (p. 5). i.e. Michael Joseph.

Marshall, Chr., i. g. 1081 (28).

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

-, Geo., ii. 1068 (19 p. 536).

-, Guy, ii. g. 266 (35).

-, (Mershall), John, i. 63, 557 (f. 34):—g. 1081 (28), 1335 (12 p. 659); ii. g. 707 (10).

-, Laur., i. g. 465 (70).

-, Mary, prioress of Rosedale, i. 557 (f. 21).

-, (Mershall), Miles, i. g. 846 (53).

-, Ric., clk., ii. g. 1068 (41).

-, Robt., i. g. 621 (12 p. 308).

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

-, Wm., i. 557 (f. 10):—g. 465 (79), 620 (8 p. 300), 1081 (28), 1335 (51).

Marsham, John, ii. g. 910 (4).

Marshar, John, i. g.1081 (19 p. 522).

Marshe, the, in Scotland. See Merse.

Marshe (surname). See Marsh.

Marshfield (Marresfelde), Glouc., ii. 418 (96).

Marshland (the mershelaunde), Norf. and Camb., i. g. 622 (p. 314), 623 (p. 324).

Marshland (Mersheland), Yorks., ii. g. 1068 (19 pp. 537–8, 52).

Marsintowne, in Scotland. See Mersington.

Marshe (Maske), Yorks., i. g. 465 (30), 623 (p. 323).

Marssaw. See Massow.

Marston, Oxon, ii. g. 1068 (50).

Marston, Salop, ii. g. 1068 (42).

Marston, Suss. See Merston.

Marston, Agnes, i. g. 282 (20).

-, Ralph, i. g. 282 (20).

-, (Merston), Thos., i. g. 282 (24), 465 (101 p. 229); ii. 688.

Marstowe in Evesham, Worc., ii. g. 266 (7).

Marsupinus, —. King Ferdinand's secretary, i. 1216.

Martell, Chr., sovereign of Kinsale, ii. 29 (1, 2).

-, -, signature of, ii. 20 (2).

Martelosso, Jeronimo, letter to, i. 1310.

Marten, Surr. See Merton.

Marten, Dr. See Kyrnbeck, M.

Martenbecke or Martinbecke, Hans, i. 1295; ii. 72.

Martendale. See Martindale.

Martersey, Notts. See Mattensey.

Marthar Tydvell. See Merthyr Tydfil.

Martin (Merton), Linc., i. g. 846 (53), 1081 (58).

Martin (Merten), David, i. g. 465 (63, 101).

-, (Marten), Humph., i. 557 (f. 14).

-, (Martyn, Marten), John, i. g. 465 (21), 1335 (18); ii. 1035 (f. 29).

-, (Marten), Mary, i. 557 (f. 14).

-, Ric, i. 68:—g. 624 (5).

-, (Merten), Robt., ii. 186 (1, 4).

-, Thos., i. 1202 xiv.:—g. 624 (5).

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

Martinbecke. See Martenbecke.

Martindale, Chr., i. g. 135 (27).

-, Cuthb., i. g. 1335 (27).

-, (Martendale), John. ii. g. 496 (5).

Martinez, Juan. See Recalde. J. M. de.

Martini, Fernando, i. 752.

Martlesham (Martileshame), Suff., i g. 465 (58).

Martock, Soms., i. g. 621 (1).

Marton. Linc., i. g. 465 (38); ii. g. 1068 (19, pp. 535, 538).

-, See also Morton.

Marton, Norf. See Merton.

Marton, Salop, i. g. 1335 (23).

Marton, in Scotland. See Mertoun.

Marton, Warw., i. g. 1081 (47), 1335 (39).

Marton, Yorks., i. p. 675:—g. 465 (39 pp. 214–5).

Marton (Marten), near Bridlington, Yorks., i. g. 465 (25).

Marton in Cleveland, Yorks., i g 282 (52); ii. g. 266 (23).

Marton in the Forest, Yorks., priory (supp.), i. g. 465 (30 pp. 214, 216), 621 (12 p. 310), 1081 (19 pp. 521–2); ii. g. 1068 (19 p. 537).

-, -, prior. See Yodson, T.

Marton, West- (Westmerton), Yorks., i. g. 282 (52).

Marton, —, i. g. 1335 (11 p. 657).

Martyn, Dr. See Kyrnbeck.

Marum, Linc., i. g. 465 (38).

Marvol, M., Charles V.'s ambassador in France in 1542, ii. 561 (p. 262).

Marvyn (Mervyne, Merven), Sir Edm., justice, i. g. 622 (pp. 312 bis, 313 bis, 316–19), 623 (pp. 319–23, 326).

-, John. ii. g. 910 (82 p. 455).

Marwood (Marewood) Park, Dham., near Barnard Castle, ii. g. 910 (54).

Marworth, Kent. See Mereworth.

Marwyke, Wm., ii. g. 1068 (19 p. 538)

Mary, Princess (afterwards Queen), daughter of Henry VIII. and Katharine of Arragon, i. 7, 28, 90–1, 457, 689–90, 862, 1288; ii. 418 (78, 82), 493, 519, 639 (3), 725, 830, 899, 900, 904, 909 (16, 17), 1035 (f. 20).

-, -, proposed marriage with Charles V., ii. 639 (3), 737, 764, 830, 856, 860, 890, 904.

-, -, proposed marriage with Charles, duke of Orleans, i. 457.

-, -, proposed marriage with Philip, Count Palatine, i. 90.

-, -, suggested marriage with Adolphus, duke of Holstein, i. 28, 91, 350.

Mary of Castile, daughter of Charles V., i. 94, 211, 457 ("our Princess"), 458, 463–4, 492, 682, 1249, 1288; ii. 11, 331. 639 ((3), 758, 793, 830, 903 (p. 440).

-, -, proposed marriage with Orleans. See Charles.

-, -, proposed marriage with King Ferdinand's 2nd son, i. 211.

-, -, proposed marriage with Prince Edward, ii. 639 (3), 737, 764, 793, 830.

-, -, proposed marriage with the Prince of Piedmont, ii. 758.

Mary of Guise, Queen Dowager of Scotland, mother of Mary Queen of Scots, i. 5, 53, 202 (2), 210 (2), 213, 218, 254. 265, 343, 382, 396, 436, 477, 517, 547, 608, 619, 626 (2, 3), 651, 664, 725, 767, 805, 850, 887, 907, 909 (2), 911, 913, 956, 1027, 1039, 1049, 1054, 1059, 1063, 1075, 1106 (p. 544), 1127, 1274; ii. 144, 538 534 (p. 250), 535, 718, 856 (p. 417), 1018–9:—App. 11, 33.

-, -, letters to, i. 213, 343, 517, 767, 907, 956; ii. 718 1018–9:—App. 11, 33.

Mary, Queen Dowager op Hungary, Regent of Flanders, sister of Charles V., letters from, i. 329, 389, 503, 659, 720, 954, 1267; ii. 77, 100, 195, 466.

-, -, letters to, i. 1, 44, 225, 337, 345, 365, 375, 544, 577, 585, 616, 690, 850, 927, 972, 1088, 1114, 1155, 1253, 1294; ii. 56, 90, 127, 178–9, 399, 422, 556, 590.

-, -, English ambassador with, ii. App. 27 iii., iv. See Carne, Sir E.

-, -, her maître d'hotel. See Noirthoudt.

-, -, other references, i. 7 (pp. 2, 3, 5), 12, 36, 46–7, 54 (p. 26), 65, 70, 103, 168–9, 177, 188. 227, 231, 237, 246, 281, 302, 304–5, 322, 332, 334 353, 371–2, 425 (pp. 189–90), 448, 463, 469, 473–4, 492, 498, 545, 549, 556, 568, 576, 588–9, 593–4, 598, 606, 632, 647–8, 655 (p. 341), 689, 709, 760, 764, 800 (2), 805, 807, 825 (p. 407), 915–6, 922 (p. 455), 933 (pp. 459–60), 942, 946, 959, 973, 983 (p. 477), 984, 992–3, 996, 1006, 1016, 1018, 1036, 1053, 1087 (pp. 536–7), 1147, 1149, 1156, 1165, 1168, 1180, 1186, 1197 (p. 583), 1198, 1202, 1219, 1225, 1233, 1239, 1248, 1266, 1292 (p. 639), 1300, 1305; ii. 31–2 37, 55. 57, 59, 91, 113, 131. 149, 180, 203, 217, 233–4, 243, 245, 255, 260, 276–7, 283, 331–2, 334 337, 380, 388, 392–3 407, 411, 416, 421, 433, 437, 443, 460 (3), 485, 493. 521, 547, 594, 604, 610, 642, 667 (p. 304), 678, 730–1, 740, 748–9, 794 799, 801–3, 831, 839, 907, 977, 1006, 1015, 1024.

Mary of Portugal, wife of Philip, prince of Spain (died 12 July, 1545), i. 1092, 1206, 1249–50, 1301, 1316; ii. 31, 45–6, 70, 135, 149, 233–4, 245, 830.

Mary, Queen of Scots, daughter of James V. and Mary of Guise (born 8 Dec. 1542) i. 5, 6 84, 129 (p. 61), 132, 149, 185–6, 200, 217, 279, 413, 472, 516, 547, 571, 600–1, 611, 615–6, 619 (pp. 296–7), 626 (3), 630, 636, 652, 664, 805, 819, 1163, 1274; ii. 42, 311, 534 (p. 250), 535, 622, 856, 890, 917, 925, 984, 993, 1011, 1024:—App. 11.

-, -, letters, from, i. 6. 149, 185–6, 200, 413, 472 516, 600–1, 611, 615–6, 636, 819.

-, -, proposed marriage with Prince Edward. See Scotland; treaties with.

-, -, proposed marriage with a son of King Ferdinand. i. 84, 255, 508 ( 244) 571, 630, 652, 689, 696 (2), 805 (p. 398 n), 850.

-, -, proposed marriage in France, i. 5.

-, -, to marry the son of Arran, or of Argyle, i. 664; ii. 535, 622, 926.

-, -, secretary of. See Paniter, D.

Maryell or Moryell, Oliver, ii. g. 910 (77).

Marylake. See Marillac.

Marylebone (Marybone, Marybourne), Midd., i. 557 (ff. 66, 73); ii. g. 707 (24).

Maryne. See Marine.

Marza. See Mersea.

Mase. See Meuse.

Masendieue. See Maisondieu.

Masham, Yorks., i. g. 1081 (24).

-, prebend of, in York cathedral, i. 832:—g. 465 (2), 1081 (24).

Masiers. See Mezieres.

Maske, Yorks. See Marske.

Mason, John, French secretary and clerk of the Privy Council, handwriting of, i. 106, 129, 297, 325, 464 (3), 592, 593 (p. 289), 603, 761, 841, 877, 950; ii. 548, 585, 736, 995, 1030.

-, -, other references, i. 7, 106, 131, 337, 345 (pp. 156–7), 591 1213; ii. 637, 751, 881, 909 (9, 10, 11, 34), 978, 1022 n, 1062; ii. g. 910 (27–8).

Mason, —. ii. g. 1068 (19 p. 537).

-, Agnes, i. g. 621 (12 p. 308).

-, Alex., i. g. 1081 (19 p. 522).

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

-, George, vicar of Crediton, ii. g. 496 (38).

-, John, i. g. 621 (12 p. 310), 1081 (19 p. 521).

-, (Mayson), Ric., i. g. 624 (5).

-, (Mayson), Robt., ii. g. 1068 (19 p. 538).

-, Rog., i. g. 465 (13).

-, Steph., ii. g. 707 (52), 1068 (52).

-, (Masoon), Thos., i. g. 621 (12 p. 310), 1081 (49); ii. g. 707 (50).

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

Mass, the, i. 390; ii. 733.

Massarello, Angelo, secretary of the Council of Trent, ii. 498, 894.

Masse. See Massey.

Masse, Chantoque de, i. 833.

Massendewe, in Scotland. See Maisondieu.

Massey or Massy, Sir John, searcher at Chester, i. 538, 881.

-, (Masse), John, i. 557 (f. 5):—g. 622 (p. 316); ii. 1035 (f. 29):—g. 1068 (50).

-, Thos., ii. g. 707 (43).

Massingham Parva, Norf., ii. g. 496 (68).

Massow (Marssaw), Laurence, a captain of the Duke of Lauenburg, ii. 75 ii., 832, 958.

Massy. See Massey.

Master (Maister), John, i. g. 622 (p. 315).

-, Thos., i. 1118.

Mastreght or Mastricke. ,See Maastricht.

Masts and spars, for ships, i. 494 (3), 496, 557 (f. 60), 676, 987; ii. 176, 211, 222, 241 (p. 106).

Matching, Essex, i. g. 465 (55).

Mather, Alex., ii. g. 266 (31), 910 (82 p. 455).

Mathew or Mathewe, Edw., i. g. 465 (21).

-, George, i. 1105.

-, (Moythe), Hugh, i. 557 (f. 13).

-, Mich., ii. 157.

-, Morgan, ii. 88.

-, Ric, i. g. 282 (19), 846 (59), 1081 (24); ii. g. 266 (36).

-, Robt., i. p. 674.

-, (Matty), Thomas (the Bible issued under the name of), ii. 733 (p. 346).

-, Wm., ii. g. 1068 (32).

Mathewes, Ric., i. g. 846 (59).

Mathon (Mathyn), Worc., ii. g. 1068 (35).

Mathy. See Matthew.

Matlask, Norf., ii. 1023.

Matravers (i.e. Maltravers), Dame Anne, ii. g. 1068 (37).

-, lord. See Arundel, earl of.

Mattersey (Martersey), Notts., priory (supp.), ii. g. 1068 (19 p. 536).

Matthew. See Mathew.

Mattresses, i. 557 (f. 59).

Mattyns, John, ii. g. 1068 (19 p. 536).

Maufron, Morgante, ii. 916. See Morgante.

Maulbie. See Maltby.

Maulburye. See Malmesbury.

Maunche, John, ii. 1035 (f. 26).

Maunde, John, i. g. 620 (8 p. 300).

Maundeley, John, i. g. 465 (83).

Maundesley, Wm., i. g. 1335 (13).

Maunditts (Mawdyttes), Wilts., near Somerford, i. g. 465 (101).

Maunsell (Manxell), Sir Rice. i. 1105:—g. 622 (pp. 316, 319); ii. App. 13.

-, -, signature of, i. 1105.

-, (Mauncell), Ric., i. p. 675: ii. 1067 (24):—g. 1068 (39).

-, (Mauncell), Thos., i. g. 496 (7).

Mauntague. See Montague.

Maunton, Line. See Manton.

Maurice (Morice), Duke. See Saxony, duke Maurice of.

Mauritius, servant to David Paniter, i. 696 (2).

Miaven, Arnoldo, i. 1296.

Maverle or Maverlie, M., ii. 870–1.

Mawburye, Wilts. See Malmesbury.

Mawde, John, i. g. 465 (10); ii. g. 266 (21).

Mawdeley, Staff. See Madeley.

Mawdeley, John, i. g. 465 (83), 622 (p. 317).

-, Ric., i. g. 465 (83).

Mawdelyn, John, i. g. 465 (83).

Mawdike, Jas., i. g. 621 (12 p. 310).

Mawdyt, Ric., i. g. 620 (4).

Mawdyttes, Wilts. See Maunditts.

Maweton, Yorks. See Malton.

Mawlbie. See Maltby.

Mawpowder, Dors., i. g. 1335 (50).

Mawveren Chace. See Malvern.

Mawvesburye. See Malmesbury.

Maxey (Maxsey), Ntht., i. g. 846 (48).

Maxfeld, John, i. g. 282 (19).

Maxfeld or Maxffyld. See Maxwell.

Maximilian, Emperor (a.d. 1493–519), i. 427.

Maximilian, Archduke, eldest son of King Ferdinand, i. 542, 545, 548, 619, 808–9, 1250; ii. 45–6, 408, 1063.

Maxson, Edm., i. g. 282 (4).

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

Maxston, Hen., i. g. 621 (12 p. 310).

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

Maxwell (Maxffyld, Maxfeld), Robert lord, prisoner in England, i. 210 (p. 92), 249, 263, 416, 422, 479, 502, 625–6, 664 (2), 733 737, 741, 747, 891, 976–7, 1000 1022, 1052, 1075, 1085, 1107, 1167, 1221, 1286, 1308; ii. 118, 456, 505, 524, 540, 572, 662, 676, 692, 700, 709, 737, 746 (p. 356), 779, 795, 800, 909 (24), 912, 984.

-, -, letters from. i. 625–6.

-, -, letter to, i. 977.

-, -, confessions of, i. 626 (2, 3).

-, -, his sister's son. See Johnstone, Lord.

-, -, his wife, ii. 524.

Maxwell (Maxwald), Robert, master of Maxwell, eldest son of the preceding (taken prisoner in September 1545), i. 167, 210 (2), 249, 263, 328, 416, 421–2, 437, 479, 483, 489, 626, 642, 664 (2), 733', 891, 976–7, 1000, 1075, 1107, 1221, 1286; ii. 137, 406, 456, 473, 505, 524, 533 (p. 247) 572, 779, 795, 800, 912, 980, 984, 1026.

-, -, letters from, i. 249, 416, 489.

-, -, letters to, i. 263, 422.

Maxwell, Edw., of Tinwald, ii. 662, 692.

-, -, letter from, ii. 662.

-, John, younger son of Lord Maxwell, i. 437; ii. 505, 524, 540, 779, 800, 1026.

-, -, letter to, i. 437.

-, John of Breckonside, ii. 662, 692.

-, -, letter from, ii. 662.

-, John, of Cowhill, cousin of Lord Maxwell, ii. 505, 523, 676.

-, Richard, ii. g. 910 (80).

Maxwellheugh (Maxwell Hughe), beside Kelso, ii. 347, 456 (2), 533 (p. 247).

Maxwells, the Scottish family, ii. 676, 700.

May. See Maye.

Mayance. See Mentz.

Maycott, —, i. g. 465 (79).

Maydeston, Kent. See Maidstone.

Maye (Maie), Dr., ii. 706 (92).

-, Henry, sent as messenger to Peter of Gueldres, i. 31, 550, 633, 693, 765.

-, (May), John, i. 68:—p. 682; ii. 631.

-, Ric, i. g. 846 (93).

-, Thos., i. 1118.

-, (May), Robt., i. g. 288 (52).

Mayence. See Mentz.

Mayer (Maior), Anastasia, ii. g. 496 (54).

-, (Maior), Edw., i. g. 1335 (21).

-, (Maior), William prior of St. Mary Spitell, i. 557 (f. 1).

Mayfield (Mayfelde), Suss., i. g. 282 (52 bis).

Maykelborow. See Mecklenburg.

Mayland, Essex, i. g. 846 (93 p. 427), 1335 (55).

Mayle, Barth., i. g. 1335 (37).

Mayler, John, printer, App. 1.

Maynard, —, i. 334.

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

-, John, i. g. 465 (99), 620 (55), 846 (93 p. 428).

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

-, Ric., i. g. 1335 (13).

Mayne, Thos., ii. g. 910 (21).

Mayneman, John, ii. g. 1068 (19 p. 538).

Maynordeilo, co. Carmarthen, i. g. 1081 (13).

Mayorca. See Majorca.

Mayott, Ric., ii. g. 496 (29).

Mayre (Maire), John, i. 557 (f. 13).

Mayrson, Robt., i. g. 282 (52 p. 129).

Mayson. See Mason.

Mayton, Thos., i. 846 (3).

Meal. See under Grain, Wheat.

Meanstoke, Hants. See Meon Stoke.

Measham (Meysham, Leic.), Derb., ii. g. 496 (34).

Measles, i. 548.

Meath, Edward Staples, bp. of, one of the Council of Ireland, signature ii. 792.

Meaux (Meux, Melsa) abbey (supp.), in Holderness, i. 557 (f. 35):—pp. 675, 682, 684 bis:—g. 465 (39 pp. 215–6, 81), 1081 (19 p. 521–3).

Meawe (Mewve Meuwe, Mewe), Victor, letters from, i. 802, 929, 945, 953.

-, -, letter to, ii. App. 43 (3).

-, -, other references, ii. 426, 698–9, 939.

Meawtas or Meawtys. See Mewtas.

Meckelburgh. See Mecklenburg.

Mechlin (Makelyn, Maklyn, Machelyn, Machlen, Maghlyn, Malignes) or Malines, in Flanders, i. 470, 492, 589, 590, 632, 644, 1202 iv., 1238, 1294; ii. 55, 417, 578, 690.

-, letters dated at, i. 539, 542, 545, 548–9, 606–7, 615, 624:

Mecklenburg (Mekelenburch, Meckelbouroh, Mechelburgh), duchy of, ii. 165, 528, 877.

Meoklenburg (Meclynbours, Meklingberg, Maykelborow, Meycleborch), duck of, i. 511, 1094; ii. 68, 249 (2).

Mecklenburg (Mekelborow), duke Albert of, ii. 434.

Meclynbours. See Mecklenburg.

Mede, Eliz., i. g. 620 (8).

Medeley, Geo., i. g. 465 (101).

Medelin, Francesco, a captain of Spaniards, i. 773, 883; ii. 944.

Medes, John, i. g. 621 (1).

Medici, Cosmo de, duke of Florence, i. 894, 949; ii. 76.

-, -, letters from, i. 894; ii. 76.

-, -, contract of, ii. 76(2).

Medici, Katharine de. See Katharine.

Mediterranean sea (Middleearth Sea), the i. 104 (p. 48), 148, 1132 (p. 559).

Medmenham, Bucks., abbey (supp.), ii. g. 496 (54), 1068 (52).

Medon. See Meudon.

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

Meed, Patrick, mayor of Cork, ii. 29 (1, 2).

-, -, signature of, ii. 29 (2).

Meeles, Thos., i. g. 465 (49).

Megander, Gasper, i. 528.

Megges, Thos., ii. g. 496 (53).

Meifod (Myvood, Myewood), co. Montgomery, i. g. 846 (93 p. 427), 1081 (24).

Meire. See Meyre.

Mekelborow or Mekelenburch. See Mecklenburg.

Mekeley, Hen., ii. g. 1068 (46).

Mekilfeld, Edm., i. 102 iv.

-, Wm., K. 102 iv.

Meklingberg. See Mecklenburg.

Mela, Bernhardus a. See Melen.

Melady, Thos., i. 917, 1038.

Melbury, Soms., i. p. 675.

Melchburn (Melchbourne). Beds., preceptory (supp.) of St. John, ii. g. 910 (82 p. 455).

Melche, Rol., i. g. 621 (12 p. 310).

Melcher, — a captain of the Duke of Lauenburg, ii. 832, 958.

Melchett or Melchute, in Alderbury, Wilts., ii. 850 (6).

Melcombe (Melcome), Dors., ii. 186.

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

Melen, Sir Bernhard von (Bernardus a Mela, van Melant), administrator of Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel, i. 967, 1271; ii. 68, 69 (p. 35), 358.

Melfi, prince of. See Doria, A.

Melfi (Melfy), Prince of, in the French service, i. 158.

Melford, Suff., i. g. 125 (2).

Melford, Long- Suff., ii. g. 910 (53).

Melford Monachorum or Monks Manor, Suff., ii. g. 910 (53).

Melford (Mylford) Parva, Suff., i. g. 125 (2).

Melle, Hugh, i. g. 620 (28).

Mellers, John, i. p. 680.

Mellerstone (Mylstanes), in Scotland, ii. 1049.

Melles, Suff., ii. g. 910 (82 p. 455).

Mells (Meles), Soms., ii. g. 1068 (52).

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

Mellyshe, Robt., i. g. 846 (93).

Melrose (Mewrehouse, Mewrhowse, Murose, Murehowse, Mewrose, Mourosse), in Scotland, i. 129 (p. 61), 180, 203, 285, 311–12, 367 (p. 166), 381, 419, 436, 442–3, 477, 502, 1046; ii. 347, 359, 456 (2), 500, 533, 633 (p. 291).

-, letter dated at, ii. 144.

-, abbey, ii. 359, 456 (2), 533.

-, skirmish at. See Ancrum Muir.

Melsa. See Meux.

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

Melton, Kent. See Milton.

Melton, Leic., i. 778.

-, letter dated at, i. 790.

Melton, Ntht. See Moulton.

Melton Abbatis. See Milton Abbas.

Melton Fauconbridge, Soms. See Milton.

Melton Magna, Norf., i. g. 620 (29); ii. g. 910 (82 p. 455).

Melton Mowbray (M. Mobury), Leic., i. p. 682:—g. 125 (7).

-, Lewes lordship, i. g. 125 (7).

Melton Parva, Norf., i. g. 620 (29).

Melton Shore. See Milton.

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

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

-, Wm., i. 557 (f. 8).

Melun, in France, i. 619.

-, letters dated at, i. 138, 159, 510.

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

Melyson, Alex., i. g. 1081 (19 p. 523).

Memovale, near Treport, in Normandy, ii. 281.

Menaiges. See Mesnage.

Mence. See Mentz.

Mendesavell, Numingie de, i. 833.

Mendip hills (Mendepe), Soms., ii. g. 496 (19), 1068 (27).

Mendoza, —, the French king's maitre d'hotel, i. 1288.

-, Don Bernardino de, the Spanish admiral, i. 1289.

-, (Mendocia), Don Diego de, Imperial ambassador at Venice, and delegate to the council of Trent, i. 440, 447, 650, 1188; ii. 807.

-, -, speech by, i. 440.

Mendys, Diego, and his daughter, ii. 334.

Menell or Menelles. See Meynell.

Menethorpe (Menythorpe, Morthorpe, Merythorpe), Yorks., i. g. 465 (39 pp. 215).

Mennell. See Meynell.

Mense, in Germany. See Mentz.

Menske, Thos., i. g. 1335 (55 p. 672).

Menteith, earl of, i. 1049, 1059; ii. 534.

Mentmore, Bucks., i. g. 465 (14, 101 p. 229).

Mentz (Maguntia, Mense, Mens, Mayence, Mence), in Germany, i.1046 (p. 503 "Metz"); ii. 68, 69 (p. 35), 179, 528, 628, 954.

-, letter dated at, ii. 983.

Mentz (Mayance, Maguntia, Mence, Mense), Albert of Brandenburg, abp. of, Elector and Cardinal (died 1545), i. 363, 668, 1046; ii. 67, 133, 310, 381, 517, 528, 602, 628, 667.

Mentz, Sebastian von Heussenstamm, abp. of (20 Oct. 1545), ii. 628, 741.

Menvill, Ninian, i. 575.

Menyngesby, Linc. See Miningsby.

Menythorpe, Yorks. See Menethorpe.

Meodeley, Salop, ii. g. 1068 (41).

Meoles, John, i. g. 465 (49).

-, Thos., i. g. 465 (49).

Meon, East (Estmeane), hundred, Hants., ii. 263.

Meonstoke (Meanstoke), Hants., ii. 263.

Meon, West-, Hants., i. g. 1081 (24); ii. 1066.

Mercenaries (See Albanese, Clevois, German, Italian, Spanish, and

Swiss soldiers), oath for captains of, i. 177 (2).

Merch, Otter van, i. 830.

Merchant Adventurers, the Company of (See also Antwerp, English merchants at), I 32, 65, 150, 163– 4, 171, 196–7, 590, 633, 852; ii. 243, 1004.

-, -, letter to the Company, i. 32.

-, deputy of. See Lucar, Emanuel.

Merchant Staplers. See Staple.

Merche Cleughe. See Marchcleugh.

Mercurio, Signor. See Bua.

Merche, in Scotland. See Merse.

Mere (Meyre), Chesh., i. p. 678.

Mere Deane, in Scotland. See Muirdean.

Mere Place or More Place, Heref., i. g. 846 (11, 93 p. 427).

Mere, Wm., i. g. 465 (45).

Mereden, Salop. See Merrington.

Meredithe, Mr., ii. 222.

Merefeld, John, i. g. 620 (40).

Mereman, Ric, i. g. 1335 (51).

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

Meremouth, Wm., i. g. 621 (12 p. 310).

Mereon, John, i. g. 846 (72).

Meres, John, i. g. 846 (87).

Merevale (Meryvall), Warw. and Leic., abbey (supp.), i. 557 (f. 37):—p. 684:—g. 621 (12 p. 309).

Mereworth (Meryworth), Kent, i. g. 282 (52), 465 (101).

Mergery, John, i. g. 846 (38).

Merick. See Meryck.

Meriden, Salop, i. g. 1081 (58). Qu. Merrington?

Meringe, Marg., i. g. 1335 (26).

-, Thos., i. g. 1335 (26).

Merioneth, i. g. 846 (80).

Merionethshire, ii. App. 4 (3).

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

-, sheriff (1545–6), ii. g. 910 (52).

Merivalle, Jan, ii. App. 43 (27).

Merke, parson of. See under Calais.

Merkes. See Markes.

Merkeyate, Beds. See Market.

Merle, Ric., ii. g. 266 (23).

Merler. See Marler.

Merlewood, Glouc. See Marlwood.

Merreye, Ralph, i. g. 621 (12 p. 310).

Merrington (Meriden, Mereden, Meryden), Salop, i. g. 1081 (58); ii. g. 910 (3), 1068 (42).

Merschapell, Linc. See Marsh Chiapel.

Merschell, lord. See Marischal.

Merse (Marshe, Marce, Marse, Merche, March, Mershe, Merssheland), the, in Scotland, district on the East Borders, i. 129 (p. 61), 161, 187 (2), 355 (p. 162), 382, 395, 443, 626 (3), 837, 838 (2), 867; ii. 96, 216, 328, 369, 400, 414, 432, 456 (1, 2), 458, 500, 524, 533–5, 540.

Merse (surname). See Marsh.

Mersea (Marsey, Mersey, Marza), Essex, i. g. 622 (p. 315); ii. 1066.

-, bulwark at, i. 3.

Merselles or Mersellia. See Marseilles.

Mersey, the river, ii. g. 1068 (22).

Mershall. See Marshall.

Mershe. See Marsh.

Mersington (Marsintowne), in Scotland, ii. 456 (p. 199), 533 (p. 248), 1009.

-, laird of. See Kerr, James.

Merston (Marston), Suss., i. g. 621 (2).

Merston {surname). See Marston.

Marten. See Martin.

Merthyr Tydfil (Marthar Tydvell), co. Glamorgan, i. g. 465 (11).

Merton, Linc. See Martin.

Merton (Marton), Norf., ii. g. 496 (68).

Merton (Meryton), Oxon., i. p. 677.

Merton (Marten), Surr., ii. g. 496 (25).

-, priory (supp.), i. pp. 676, 680:—g. 620 (51); ii. g. 496 (25, 29, 68 p. 232).

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

-, laird of, i. 289 (2).

Merven, Mervyn, or Mervyne. See Marvyn.

Meryck, Jas., i. g. 1335 (49).

-, (Merick), John, ii. 88.

-, Nic., ii. g. 1068 (42).

-, Ralph, ii. g. 1068 (42).

Meryden, Salop. See Merrington.

Merygood, Rog., i. g. 282 (40).

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

Meryng (Merynge), Fras., i. g. 622 (p. 314); ii. g. 910 (13).

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

-, John, i. g. 620 (8 pp. 299, 300 bis).

Merypos or Meripos. See Mirepoix.

Merys, Ant., i. g. 622 (p. 316).

Meryt, Agnes, i. 557 (f. 6).

Merythorpe. Yorks. See Menethorpe.

Meryton, Oxon. See Merton.

Meryvall or Meryvalle. See Merevale.

Meryworth, Kent. See Mereworth.

Mesenden or Mesendyn, Barnard, i. g. 465 (22 p. 212), 1335 (55 p. 672).

Mesenger. See Messenger.

Mesieres. See Mezieres.

Mesnage or Mesnaige (Menaiges), Mons., French ambassador with Charles V., i. 425 (p. 187), 539, 545, 587–8, 652, 861, 1018 1242; ii. 45, 59, 257, 594, 615, 624, 695, 714, 772, 915.

Messe, John, i. g. 846 (93 p. 428).

Messenger (Messynger), Eliz., ii. g. 1068 (52).

-, John, i. g. 1335 (27).

-, (Mesenger), Ric., i. g. 465 (99).

-, (Messynger), Wm., ii. g. 1068 (52).

Messiers. See Mezieres.

Messina, in Italy, i. 1280.

Messingham, Linc., i. g. 1335 (12).

Mesure, Wm., i. 1202 (4).

Metcalf (Metcalff), Arth., ii. g. 1068 (19 p. 536).

-, Chr., i. g. 465 (26), 623 (pp. 323, 325).

-, Gilb., i. g. 465 (26).

-, Humph., i. g. 465 (101), 620 (55), 621 (14).

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

Metham, Thos., i. g. 125 (23).

Methven (Methwen), Henry Stewart lord, i. 819, 1049, 1059, 1075.

Methwolde, Norf., i. g. 1335 (36).

Metz (Mettes, Metys), in Lorraine, i. 315, 735, 807 (p. 400) 808, 918, 1046; ii. 9, 381, 417, 421.

-, See also Mentz.

Metz, Nicholas, bp. of (so called), afterwards (a.d. 1569) duke of Mercoeur, brother of Francis duke of Lorraine, i. 1288.

Meudon (Medon), Ant. Sanguin, cardinal of, bp. of Orleans, grand almoner of France and uncle of Madame d'Etampes i. 92, 94, 217, 1066 (p. 512).

Meuse (Mase, Maase, Mose, Mouse, Muse), the river, ii. 180, 297 (p. 137), 352 (p. 158), 356, 522 (1, 2), 523, 527 (pp. 243–4), 541, 563, 605, 636 (2), 766.

Meutas. See Mewtas.

Meuwo. See Meawe.

Meux. See Meaux.

Meverell, Arthur, prior of Tutbury, i. 557 (f. 18).

-, Fras., i. g. 622 (p. 316), 623 (p. 322).

-, John, i. g. 1335 (10).

-, Thos., ii. App. 2 (2 iv.).

Mewe. See Meawe.

Mewes, John, i. 1329 (p. 653).

Mewgh, Eleanor, John, Mary, and Michael, ii. g. 496 (46).

Mewrehouse, in Scotland. See Melrose.

Mewrose. See Melrose.

Mewtas (Mewtes, Meawtys, Meawtas, Meutas), Sir Peter, gentleman of the Privy Chamber, captain of Guernsey (26 March 1545), i. 557 (f. 58), 799:—g. 282 (7), 465 (39 p. 215, 87); ii. App. 2 (1, 2 vi.).

Mewve. See Meawe.

Meycleborch. See Mecklenburg.

Meydylbrycht. See Middelburg.

Meyer, Salop, ii. g. 496 (58).

Meyer, Ralph, i. g. 465 (99).

Meyers or Meyres, Peter, i. 841, 997.

Meykfell, Cumb., i. g. 282 (30).

Meykyn, Wm., i. g..846 (59).

Meynell (Menelles, Menell, Mennell), Robt., i. g. 465 (39 p. 215), 623 (pp. 323, 325), 1081 (19 p. 522); ii. g. 910 (57).

Meyr. See Meyre.

Meyre, Chesh. See Mere.

Meyre (Meire), Hugh, i. p. 678; ii. 1033.

-, -, letter from, ii. 1033.

-, (Meyr), Ric., i. g. 846 (59).

-, Thos., i. p. 678.

-, William, of Stralsund, ii. 657.

Meyres, Peter. See Meyers.

Meysham, Leic. See Meastham, Derb. Mezieres (Mesieres, Messiers, Masiers), in France, i. 918; ii. 468, 527, 605, 636.

Michael. See Davy, M.

Michaele (Myghell), Jerome, i. 1141 (2).

-, Señor Petro, a Spanish captain, i. 737, 821.

Michaelston (St. Michael), co. Monmouth, i. g. 1335 (37).

Michaheli or Micaeli (Michely), Francisco, i. 1316 (2); ii. 9, 92, 340, 355.

Michelham (Michellam) alias Michelham Parkgate alias Michelham Downeashe, near Hailsham, Suss., priory (supp.), i. 557 (f. 34):—g. 282 (52).

Michell (Mychele), —, i. 1297; ii. 620.

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

-, Edm. or Edw., i. g. 622 (p. 319), 623 (p. 324).

-, (Mychel), Edw., clk., treasurer of Gloucester cathedral, ii. 813.

-, Ellen, ii. 850 (19).

-, (Michill), Jas., ii. g. 910 (1).

-, (Michel. Michill), John, i. 856:—g. 622 (p. 319), 623 (p. 324), 1335 (2); ii. 850 (19):—g. 496 (19), 1068 (19 p. 538).

-, Rich., i. g. 846 (8).

-, Sampson, a clerk of Chancery, i. 102:—g. 465 (101).

-, Thos., i. g. 622 (p. 319), 623 (pp. 324, 326); ii. g. 496 (7).

-, (Mychel), Wm., i. g. 620 (8); ii. 813.

Michelson, Andrew, i. 1090.

Michill. See Michell.

Mickleham (Mykelham), Surr., ii. g. 910 (32).

Mickleton (Mykylton), Glouc., i. p. 677.

Middel. See Middle.

Middelburg (Middelbroghe, Meydylbrycht, Mydellbourghe, Myddleburgh), in Zealand., i. 103, 352, 509, 1162 (2), 1194, 1202 vii.; ii. 4, 483.

Middelen, in Bremen.. See Midlum.

Middelton, Kent. See Milton.

Middle, Salop, ii. g. 1068 (42).

Middleearth Sea. See Mediterranean.

Middleham (Middelham), Yorks., i. g. 465 (10), 1081 (26).

Middleham, Bishops- (Mydleham), Dham., i. p. 684.

Middleham (Mydelham), Robt., ii. 186.

Middlehurst, Chr., ii. g. 1068 (22).

Middlemore, Robt., ii. g. 1068 (41).

-, Rog., ii. g. 1068(41).

-, (Myddelmore), Thos., a partic. receiver of Augmentations, i. p. 675.

Middlesex, i. 18, 557 (ff. 59, 70), 713, 888, 1078 bis:—g. 125 (28), 846 (25), 1081 (33), 1335 (35); ii. 645, 909 (25):—g. 707 (35):—App. 4 (3). 34–5.

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

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

Middlesex, archd. of. See Eden, R.

Middleton (Mydelton, Myddelton), or Milton, Essex, i. g. 125 (2); ii. 1066.

Middleton, Kent. See Milton.

Middleton (Middelton), Salop, ii. 850 (26).

Middleton (Middelton), Suss., i. g. 465 (1).

Middleton, Cecily, i. g. 1335 (51).

-, (Middelton), Hugh, i. g. 621 (12 p. 308).

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

-, (Myddelton), Sir Wm., i. g. 622 (p. 318), 623 (pp. 323, 325).

-, (Middelton), Wm., i. g. 622 (pp. 312, 316), 623 (pp. 320–1, 324).

Middlewich, Chesh., ii. 215.

Middlezoy (Middelsowy), Soms., i. g. 1081 (2).

Midleton abbey. See Milton Abbas.

Midlum (Middelen), in Bremen, ii. 249 (2).

Midsomer Norton, Soms., i. g. 621 (1); ii. g. 496 (57).

Miens. See Amiens.

Mignanelli, Fabius, bishop of Lucera, nuncio with King Ferdinand, i. 1070; ii. 45.

-, -, letter from, i. 1070.

Mignanello, Mons., i. 480.

Milan (Millan), city, i. 40, 217, 375, 461, 587 694, 1033 (p. 498), 1058; ii. 45 (p. 21).

Milan (Millan), duchy of, i. 75, 92, 105, 143, 172, 211, 425 (p. 188), 447, 457, 463 (p. 207), .588 (p. 285), 589 806, 984 (p. 479), 1046 (pp. 502–3), 1056, 1086 (p. 535), 1249, 1280, 1288; ii. 19, 45 (p. 21), 93, 123, 193, 233, 257, 287, 289, 337, 408, 417, 487, 519, 547, 581 (pp. 261–2), 612 704, 740, 758, 788, 801–2, 839, 856, 880 (p. 430), 890, 893, 972, 984 (p. 486), 1006, 1013, 1048.

-, governor. See Guasto, Marquis of.

Milan caps, ii. 911.

Milan, abp. of. See Este, Ippolito de.

Milanese gentleman going to Poland, i. 461.

Milborne, Dors., ii. g. 1068 (52).

Milbornheth, Glouc., i. g. 846 (65).

Milbourn (Mylborne), Wilts., ii. g. 1068 (21).

Milby (Mylbye, Mylneby), Yorks., ii. g. 707 (27).

Mildemaye. See Mildmay.

Mildenhall (Myldnal?), ii. 921 ii.

Mildenhall (Myldenhale), Suff., i. g. 1335 (22).

Mildmay (Mildemaye), Thos., i. g. 623 (pp. 322, 324), 846 (93 p. 428).

-, Thos., King's auditor, ii. 114:—App. 13.

-, (Myldemaie), Walter, King's auditor, "young Myldemaide," i. 19, 134, 550 (p. 261), 1094; ii. 481:—App. 13.

-, -, signature of, ii. 481.

-, (Mildemaye), Wm., i. g. 846 (61, 93 p. 428).

Mileham, Norf., ii. g. 496 (20).

Miles, Vaughan's servant, ii. 217.

Milford, co. Pembroke ii. 819 (2).

Milford, Yorks., i. g. 465 (39).

Milforde, Thos., ii. g. 1068 (41).

Milham, Robt., i. g. 1335 (11 p. 657).

Militon, John, i. 828.

Milk, water of, the Annandale river, i. 642.

Millan. See Milan.

Millar, Hans, of Hamburg, ii. 117.

Miilbrook (Mylbroke), Beds., i. p. 683.

Millbrooke (Mylbroke), Cornw., i. g. 282 (15); ii. 17, 190.

Millbrook (Mylbroke), Hants., i. g. 1335 (33): ii. 1066.

Mille or Milles, Geo., i. 960, 1329 (p. 653):—g. 1335 (33, 55 p. 673); ii. 50, 156:—g. 1068 (52).

-, Hen., canon of Winchester (died in 1545), i. g. 1081 (15).

-, John, of Southampton, i. 557 (ff. 58–9), 1044:—g. 621 (12 p.310), 1335 (33, 55 p. 673); ii. 1010:—g. 1068 (52).

-, Ric., i. g. 1335 (55 p. 673).

Miller, Clem., i. g. 1335 (51).

-, Edw., i. g. 1081 (36), 1335 (12 p. 659).

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

-, John, i. g. 620 (4), 846 (93); ii. g. 910 (4), 1068 (19 p. 536).

-, Nic., ii. g. 496 (54).

-, Ric., ii. 88.

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

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

Millerde, John, i. g. 465 (83).

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

Millers, Robt., i. g. 621 (12).

Milles. See Mille.

Millet, John, i. 557 (f. 3).

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

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

Millington, Chesh., i. p. 678.

Millon or Myllon, —, an engineer in the French service, i. 1130, 1160, 1187.

Mills. See Horse mills.

Mills, a new motive power for, ii. 37 (2).

Milne Rigge, in Scotland, ii. 533 (p. 247).

Milner, —, i. g. 465 (73).

-, Geo., i. g. 1081 (49).

-, John, i. g.1335 (12, 27).

-, Ric., i. g. 1081 (19 p. 522).

-, Thos., i. g. 1081 (19 p. 523); ii. g. 1068 (19 p. 536).

-, Wm., i. 557 (f. 13):—g. 1081 (19).

Milsham (Mylsam), Reynold, i. 557 (f. 28).

Milton, Essex. See Middleton.

Milton, Glouc., i. g. 1081 (36).

Milton (Mydelton, Melton, Melton Shore), Kent, ii. 753.

Milton (Melton), Kent, blockhouse, ii. App. 19.

Milton, Oxon., ii. g. 707 (10).

Milton Abbas (Melton Abbatis, Middelton, Midleton), Dors., ii. g. 496 (30).

-, abbey (supp.), i. pp. 675, 677:—g. 621 (1), 846 (10), 1335 (16, 18); ii. g. 266 (9), 496 (30).

Milton Ernest (Mylton Harnes), Beds., i. g. 465 (99), 846 (93 p. 428).

Milton Falconbridge (Melton Fauconbridge), Soms., i. g. 846 (72).

Milton (Middelton) hundred, Kent, i. 1334.

Milton or Middleton (Mydelton), near Sittingbourne, Kent, i. 93, 1118:—g. 621 (8).

Milton, Thos., i. g. 620 (8 p. 300).

Milverley, Salop, ii. 850 (26).

Milverton, Warw., ii. 825.

Milward, Eliz., i. 557 (f. 15).

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

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

-, Wm., i. 122, 270, 557 (f. 61), 1123:—p. 674; ii. 922.

Mims, South- (Southmymmys) Midd., i. 638, 645:—g. 125 (31),624 (15), 1081 (24, 58).

-, surrender of the rectory, i. 638.

Minohinbarrow priory (supp.), in Barrow Gurney, Soms., i. g. 465 (83); ii. g. 496 (46 p. 226).

Minchinhampton (Muchenhampton) Glouc., i. 557 (f. 74).

Minehead (Mynett), Soms., ii. 120, 819 (2).

Minety (Myntie), Glouc. and Wilts., i. g. 282 (19); ii. g. 707 (10).

Minigo, Fernando de, ii. 784 (3).

Miningsby (Menyngesbye), Linc., i. g. 465 (38).

Minorca, i. 345.

Minours, Hugh, serjeant at arms, ii. g. 1068 (4).

Minshull, Ralph, i. g. 465 (13).

Minster (Muster), Kent, ii. 249 (2).

Minster or Minster Lovell, Oxon., ii. g. 1068 (50).

Minstrels. See Music.

Mint, the. See under London, Tower.

Minterne Magna, Dors., i. p. 685.

Minto (Mento), Minto Crag (Mantoncrake), and West Minto in Scotland, ii. 456 (2), 533 (p. 347), 633 (p. 291).

Miranda, Martin Sanchez de, i. 899, 922, 1171, 1215; ii. 691, 980.

Mirandula or Mirandola, Galeotto Picocount of, and of Concordia, i. 61, 292, 619 (p. 297), 729, 751, 1069.

Mirepoix (Merypos), bpric. of, in France, i. 508–9.

Mirfield (Myrfeld), Yorks., ii. g. 910 (82).

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

Mirthe, Thos., ii. g. 910 (9).

Miserden (Miserder), Glouc., ii. 705.

Mispleading, ii. 850 (30).

Missenden or Great Missenden, Bucks., ii. g. 266 (7), 496 (7), 9–10 (82).

-, abbey (supp.), i. g. 621 (7); ii. g. 266 (7), 496 (7), 910 (82), 1068 (50).

Missenden (Myssayden), Sir Thos., i. g. 622 (p. 317).

Mistley, Essex, i. p. 683.

Miston, John, ii. 1035 (f. 19).

Miitcheldever (Mychell Dever), Hants., i. p. 677; ii. 263.

Mitforth, Chr. i. g. 1081 (19).

Mitton, Warw. See My ton.

Witton, Adam, i. g. 622 (pp. 313, 316–7, 319), 623 (pp. 320–1).

-, Ric., i. p. 683.

Mixbury (Myxbery), Oxon., i. g. 465 (47).

Mochelneye, Soms. See Muchelney.

Mockeford, Marg., ii. g. 496 (46 p. 226).

Mocleton, Salop. See Muckleton.

Mocuelo. Antonio. See Macuelo.

Modbury (Madborowe) Devon, letters dated at, i. 1272, 1278.

Modena, in Italy, i. 514, 650 (2).

Modena or Modeno, Nicolo de, ii. 103, 1035 (f. 21).

Modleskewgh, Cumb., i. g. 282 (30).

Modwart, John. See Macdonald, John.

Mody (Modie), Edm., ii. 1035 (f. 18), 1051.

-, Kath., ii. g. 1068 (21).

-, Ric., ii. g. 1068 (21).

Moel y Parc (Malwyke park), near Denbigh, ii. g. 910 (61).

Moffet, —, customer of Boulogne, ii. 226.

Moger, Nic., ii. g. 496 (5).

Moggerhanger (Mogerhanger), Beds., i. g. 465 (99).

Moguer (Moger), in Spain, i. 459.

Moign, John, i. g. 846 (93 p. 427).

Moigne, Thos. (executed in 1537), i. g. 620 (49).

Moile. See Moyle.

Mokeson, John, i. g. 465 (101).

Mokessand, John, mayor of Lynn, ii. 176.

Mokin Hall (Malkyns Hall) or New Hall, Suff., i. p. 681.

Molambyes. See Molembais.

Molasses (Melasses), ii. 126, 387.

Molde, Ric., ii. g. 496 (46 p. 226).

Molembais (Molenbeque, Molambyes, Molenbaiz), Morns, de, ii. 417, 542. See also Tourcoing, Sieur de.

Molesey (Mulsey), Surr., i. p. 679.

Molesey, East- (Est Mulsey), Surr., i. p. 679.

Molfete, prince of. See Gonzaga, Don F.

Mollington (Molington), Ghesh., i. g. 465 (59).

Mollington (Molington), Oxon. and Warw., i. g. 1081 (30).

Mollynex. See Molyneux.

Molon, Dr., letter from, i. 1003.

Molsbye alias Molesby, Yorks., nunnery (supp.), ii. g. 910 (2).

Molsey, Surr. See Moulsey.

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

Molton, Cecilia, i. g. 1335 (55).

-, John, i. g. 1335 (55).

Moluco. See Montluc.

Molyneux (Molynauxe), Edm., King's Serjeant at law, one of the Council in the North, i. 116:—i. g. 622 (pp. 312–3, 318–9), 623 (pp.319–21, 323, 385).

-, (Molinex), Hen., i. g. 1335 (50).

-, (Molynos), Ric., i. g. 465 (63); ii. 1067 (44).

-, (Mollynex), Robt., i. g. 465 (49).

-, Sir Wm., ii. 1067 (44).

Molyngbeys (i.e. Molembais), Monsr. See Tourcoing, Sieur de.

Mompesson (Moumpson, Mounpson), Edm., i. g. 622 (pp. 314, 316).

-, Thos., ii. 576–7 581.

-, -, letters from, ii. 576–7.

Monastic lands, ii. 733 (p. 344).

Monceaulx, Philibert de, medicus, i. g. 282 (31).

Monckton. See Monkton.

Moncreiffe (Moncrife), near Perth, laird of, Scottish prisoner, i. 210 (p. 92).

-, -, his son, i. 210 (p. 92).

Mondye or Mondy, Ralph, ii. 1035 (f. 19).

-, (Mundy), Ric., i. g. 1335 (51).

-, (Monday, Mondey), Vincent, i. 1182; ii. 267, 610, 864, 878, 922, 978, 996.

Mone, Ric., i. g. 465 (65).

Moneda, Zuan de or della, captain of the boats of Venice, ii. 78, 103.

Monfforde. See Mountford.

Mongeham, Kent, i. g. 622 (p. 315).

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

Mongombray, Mongomerye or Mongommere. See Lorges.

Mongouse tower. See Mungostower.

Mongumrye, Lorge. See Lorges.

Moniz, Theotonius, a Portuguese, ii. 378, 442, 459, 487.

Monk Bretton, Yorks., i. g. 465 (39 p. 215).

-, priory (supp.), i. pp. 680 bis, 683:—g. 465 (39 pp. 215–6, 55).

Monkeaton or Monketon, Yorks., i. g. 465 (39).

Monkes, Yorks., i. g. 125 (12), 1081 (50).

Monkeshall manor, Linc., 477.

Monkemore, near Shrewsbury, i. g. 465 (74).

Monketon. See Monkton.

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

-, Thos., i. g. 465 (18).

Monk Hall or Priors Muck Hall or Muckhall, Salop, ii. g. 496 (34).

Monk Soham, Suff. See Soham Monachorum.

Monks Kirby (Kirkby Monachorum), Warw., i. g. 1335 (39).

Monkton (Monckton), Devon, i. 923.

Monkton (Monckton, Monketon), Dham., i. g. 125 (23).

Monkton, Wilts. See Winterbourne, Monkton.

Monkton, West-, Soms., i. g. 46o (21).

Monkton (Monckton), John, ii. g. 266 (35).

-, (Monketon), Wm., i,. g. 623 (p. 324), 846 (44): ii. g. 266 (35).

Monmouth (Monmowithe), i. g. 1335 (36).

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

-, priory (supp.), i. 557 (f. 39).

Monmouth, Anne, i. g. 620 (8).

-, (Monmothe), Joan, i. g. 282 (19), 620 (8).

-, (Monmothe), Ric., i. g. 282 (19).

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

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

Monmouthshire, i. g. 125 (21), 1335 (3); ii App. 4 (3)

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

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

-, sheriff (1545–6). See Kemys, J. H.

Monninges. See Monynges.

Monnington, Marg., i. 557 (f. 6).

-, (Monyngton), Thos., i. g. 622 (p. 317).

Mons (Mowns), in Haiuault, ii. 617.

Monstrell. See Montreuil.

Mont (Mount, Mownt, Munte, Mounte), Christopher, a German in Henry VIII.'s service, letters from, i. 28–9 80, 212, 350, 486–7, 551, 667–9, 677–8, 735, 808–10, 870, 919, 965, 967, 990–1, 1047–8, 1092–3, 1135–6, 1205, 1207, 1227, 1229, 1250, 1257; ii. 46, 48, 123, 310, 381, 384–5, 528–9, 628–9, 672–3. 727–8, 777–8, 983, 1063–4.

-, -, letters to, i. 905, 1138, 1170, 1262; ii. 239, 736.

-, -, handwriting of, i. 486 (2, 3), 919 (2), 1136, 1138, 1205 (5), 1229 (2); ii. 833 914.

-, -, instructions for, i. 90–1.

-, -, other references, i. 67, 89–91, 173, 183–4, 322, 351, 679, 920, 966, 983 (p. 477), 1001, 1013, 1015, 1046, 1053, 1064, 1086 (p. 535), 1137, 1203 (p. 597), 1204, 1205 (4), 1206, 1225, 1228, 1241; ii. 122, 438, 467, 550, 565, 992, 1035 (f. 20).

Montacute (Mountacake, Montague, Moutagne, Mountegne), Soms., priory (supp.), i. 557 (ff. 38):—pp. 675–6, 679, 683:—g. 282 (28, 52 p. 129), 465 (1) 1335 (18); ii. g. 266 (32), 496 (6), 1068 (46).

Montague, Sir Henry Pole lord, executed in 1538, brother of Cardinal Pole, i. 557 (f. 41); ii. g. 1068 (37).

Montague (Montagew, Mountague, Mauntague), Sir Edward, chief justice of King's Bench (1530 to 1545), chief justice of Common Pleas (6 Nov. 1545), i. 319, 557 (ff. 25, 33–4, 45):—g. 622 (pp. 312–16, 318), 623 (pp. 319– 22, 325); ii. 909 (4):—g. 910 (10).

Montague priory. See Montacute.

Montarel. See Montreuil.

Montdidier (Mountedieu), in France, i. 530.

Monte (Monti), Gio. Maria de, Cardinal, i. 344, 407–8, 417, 447, 454, 480, 602, 897.

-, -, letters from, i. 407, 480, 897.

-, -, letters to, i. 408, 454, 602.

Monte, Captain Ludovico de, of Verona, i. 650 (2), 1310.

-, -, letter from, i. 1310.

-, See also Montio.

Monteagle (Mountegle), Sir Thos Stanley lord, i. g. 125 (31); ii.1029.

Montereul. See Montreuil.

Mont Falconet (Montfacon), Mons. de, ii. 740.

Montferrata, in Italy, i. 463 (p. 207).

Montgomery (and Denbigh), justice of, i. g. 846 (80).

Montgomery manor, in Wales, i. g. 465 (96).

Montgomery or Montgomerie. Gabriel de, sieur de Lorges, q.v.

-, Hugh. See Eglinitoun, earl and master of.

-, Lorgy. See Lorges, sieur de.

-, (Mungumry), Sir Neil, of Langshaw, ii. 534.

-, (Moungomery), Sir Thos., i. g. 846 (11).

Montgomeryshire, ii. App. 4 (3).

-, escheator of, i. g. 125 (3); ii. g. 910 (13).

-, sheriff (1545–6), ii. g. 910 (52).

Monthe, Wm., i. g. 282 (37).

Monti, Card. See Monte.

Montheil, L. Adhemar de. See Grignan.

Montio or Muncio (Montius, Montious), Ludovico, i. 833, 1046; ii. 1010, 1035 (f. 24), 1067 (39).

Montluc (Moluco, Morluch, Moreloch. Mouluke), Jean de, French ambassador at Venice, sent to the Turk, i. 217 552, 650, 751, 791, 806–8, 886, 1046, 1058, 1069 (p. 514), 1134, 1172 1188, 1263 (p. 627), 1280, 1288: ii. 287, 612, 667, 704, 807, 848, 914, 985, 1021.

-, -, his secretary. See St. Gassan. G. de.

Montmorency Anne de, Constable of France, i. 1111; ii. 226, 856.

Montmorency, Philip de, sieur de courrieres, q.v.

Montoya, Captain, a Spaniard, i. 521.

Montreuil (Monstrell, Montereul, Munstrell, Mounstrell, Montarel, Montrieul. Mutterell, Mustrell), in Picardy (besieged by the English from July to Sept. 1544), i. 7 (pp. 4, 5), 296, 380, 463 (p. 207), 619, 654, 831, 833, 928, 952, 996, 1007, 1210, 1215, 1261:—g. 621 (10);' ii. 8, 138, 421, 494, 561 (p. 262), 635, 810, 836, 920, 960, 998:—App. 40.

Montrose (Mounterosse), Wm. Graham earl of, i. 210 (2) 1027 1039, 1049, 1059, 1063, 1075; ii. 534.

Montrose, master of, i. 1049.

Monymusk priory, in Scotland, i. 460.

Monyn. Edw., i. g. 622 (p. 316), 623 (p. 324).

Monynges (Monninges, Mounynges), Edw., 1.672 (2); ii. g . 910 (3).

-, (Monninges), Ric., i. 672 (2).

Monyngton. See Monnington.

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

Moor (le More), alias Ashamstead, Bucks (near Great Marlow, but part of Lewknor parish), ii. g. 266(5).

Moore. See More.

Moore House (Morehowse), Salop, ii. g. 496 (34).

Moores. See Morice.

Moor Hall (Morehall), Essex, i. g. 282 (20).

Moor Park, or the More, Herts, i. p. 674; ii. 1035 (f. 19).

-, treaty of (30 Aug. 1525), ii. 880.

Moors, in the French galleys, i. 983.

Moorsholme (Moresome), Yorks., i. g. 465(39).

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

Mora, — de, a captain of Spaniards, i. 521.

Morall, Hants, ii. g. 266 (33).

Morall, Nic., i. g. 621 (12 p. 308).

Moran, i. 1046 (2). i.e. Norham.

Moraunte, John, ii. 1035 (f. 26).

-, (Morant), Ric., ii. 1035 (f. 28).

-, Wm., i. 557 (f. 30).

Moray (Murray) in Scotland, bp. of, ii. 534.

-, chancellor of. See Thornton, J.

Moray (Murray), Elizabeth countess of, i. 875.

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

Morborn (Morburne), Hunts, i. g. 1081 (58).

Mordaunt (Mordaunce), John lord, i. g. 622 (pp. 312–3, 315–6, 318), 623 (pp. 320–2, 324); ii. 1029:—g. 910 (4), 1068 (46).

-, Sir John, i. g. 623 (p. 322); ii. g. 707 (10).

-, (Mordaunce), Robt., i. g. 622 (p. 312), 623 (pp. 320–2).

Mordyng, Miles, ii. 688.

More, the. See Moor Park.

More, Mr., i. 1329 (2).

-, (Moore), —, who bore a faggot of rushes, ii. 733 (p. 344). i

-, (Moore), Sir Chr., King's remembrancer of the Exchequer, i. 85:—g. 282 (6), 622 (pp. 312–3, 315, 319), 623 (pp. 320–1, 323, 325), 846 (1, 56); ii. g. 707 (40), 910 (67, 74), 1068 (11, 25).

-, Edw., ii. g. 496 (34).

-, Henry, abbot of Tower Hill, London, i. 557 (f. 17).

-, Henry, ii. g. 266 (35).

-, Hugh, ii. g. 1068 (45).

-, John, abbot of Thornton Curtis, i. 557 (f. 73).

-, (Moore), John, i. p. 676 bis:—g. 282 (25), 1081 (24); ii. 418 (15), 645, 706 (24), 814, 1035 (f. 30):—g. 496(21). 910 (59):—App. 2 (2 vi.).

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

-, (Moore), Matthew, of the Steelyard, ii. 538.

-, Robt., i. g. 1335 (51); ii. g. 266 (35).

-, Rog., i. 557 (f. 59):—g. 622 (p. 319), 623 (p. 323).

-, Sir Thomas (executed in 1535), i. g. 846 (61, 93 p. 428); ii. g. 266(5).

-, Thos., i. g. 1081 (52), 1335 (34, 36).

-, (Moore), Wm., i. 1281:—g. 1335(51, 55, 672); ii. g. 1068 (19 p. 536).

More Chappel. See Moor.

Morecote, Wm., i. g. 846 (11, 93 p. 427)

Morehall, Essex. See Moor Hall.

Morehowse, Salop. See Moore House.

Moreloch. See Montluc.

Morelonde. See Morland.

Morengettam parish, Salop, i. g. 1335 (23).

Moreni Captain Bart., of Modena, i. 650 (2); ii. 464.

More Place or Mere Place, Heref., i. g. 846 (11).

Mores. See Morice.

Moresby, Thos., i. p. 679.

Moresini. See Morosini.

Moresome, Yorks. See Moorsholme.

Moreto, Domenico, of Naples, ii. 103,

124–5, 261, 491.

Moreton, Berks., i. g. 465 (63).

Moreton (Morton), Essex i. g. 622 (p. 314).

Moreton, North- (Northmorton), Berks, ii. g. 910 (21).

Moreton, Ant., ii. g. 496 (49).

-, Chr., i. g. 623 (p. 323).

-, Marg., ii. 1035 (f. 22).

-, Rol., i. g. 622 (pp. 313–4, 317), 623 (pp. 320–2); ii. App. 15.

-, Thos., i. g. 465(42), 622 (p. 316), 623 (p. 322). 846 (87).

-, Wm.. i. 538 (p. 255):—g. 622 (p. 316).

Morette (Moret, Morret, Morrett), sieur de, French ambassador with Charles V., i. 70 (p. 32), 217, 229 (p. 100), 254. 281 (p. 121), 290, 303, 332, 342, 372, 403, 406, 425 (pp. 187–9), 457, 461, 473–4, 503, 542, 570, 587, 689, 861, 1242; ii. 352, 541, 941 (p. 470).

-, -, his secretary, i. 457.

Morfelde, Salop. See Morville.

Morfyn, Wm., i. g. 620 (44).

Morgan abbey. See Margam.

Morgan (Morgayne), Fras., I. g. 622 (pp. 314–6).

-, Hen., ii. g. 1335 (15).

-, John, i. p. 684.

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

-, (Margan), i. g. 622 (pp. 313, 319), 623 (pp. 320–1).

-, Robt., ii. App. 13.

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

-, Thos., i. g. 622 (p. 319); ii. g. 910 (52).

-, Wm., i. p. 677:—g. 622 (p. 319), 1081 (49), 1335 (55 pp. 672–3).

Morgan Kemys, David, i. g. 622 (p. 319).

Morgante (or Morgante Maufron), Captain, i. 737, 1315; ii. 118, 169, 572, 882, 916.

Morgayne. See Morgan.

Morgison. See Marguison.

Morice (Morres Morys), Sir Chr., lieutenant-general of Ordnance, i. 737, 1176:—g. 846 (60): ii. g. 496 (63).

-, -, Lady Eliz. his wife, i. g. 846 (60).

Morice. See also Maurice.

Morice, —. ii. 263.

-, (Morrys), Alex., i. 1174 (2).

-, (Morres), Alice, i. g. 465 (80).

-, Ellis, ii. g. 910 (52).

-, (Morryce), Geo., i. g. 282 (37).

-, (Mores), Hen., i. g. 1335 (50).

-, (Moores), James, i. g. 620 (6), 1335 (14); ii. App. 13.

-, (Mores, Morys), John, i. g. 1081 (36), 1335 (51):—App. 2 (l, 2vi.).

-, Owen, ii. g. 910 (24).

-, (Morres), Robt., I. g. 621 (12 p. 310): ii. g. 496 (34).

-, (Morres, Moores, Morrice), Thos., i. g. 465 (80). 620 (6); ii. g. 496 (7).

-, (Morys, Mores, Morrys, Morris) Wm., i. g. 465 (101), 622 (p. 314), 623 (p. 322), 1335 (14, 50–1); ii. App. 2 (2 v.), 13.

Morin, Jehan, Councillor of France, i. 895.

Morison (Morysen), Richard, ii. 706 (82):—g. 266 (6, 12, 32, 36), 496 (68 p. 231), 910 (67).

Morlaix (Morlees, Murleys), in Brittany, ii. 145 (pp. 63–4).

Morland (Morelonde), Chr., i. g. 846 (29).

Morle, John, i. g. 1335 (13).

Morley, Henry Parker lord, i. 881:—g. 622 (pp. 314 317), 623 (pp. 322, 325); ii. 1029.

Morley, John, i. g. 465 (13), 621 (12 pp. 308–9), 1335 (37); ii. g. 266 (15).

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

-, Wm., ii. g. 266 (23).

Morley Hall (Morleys), in Sherringham Norf., ii. g. 496 (15).

Morluch. See Montluc.

Morosini (Moresini), Domenico, Venetian ambassador with Charles V., i. 599.

Morpeth, Nthld., ii. 54.

Morres. See Morice.

Morret. See Morette.

Morryce. See Morice.

Mors, Joan, ii. g. 707 (50).

-, Roderic, ii. 732–3.

Morse, widow, i. g. 1081 (19 p. 522).

Morsett, John, i. g. 621 (12 p. 309).

Morthorpe, Yorks. See Menethorpe.

Mortimer Stratfield, Berks, ii. g. 1068 (50).

Mortlake (Mortlack), Surr., letters dated at, ii. 180–1, 203, 214, 224, 511.

Morton, Essex, See Moreton.

Morton (Marion), Linc., i. p. 678:—g. 621 (6).

Morton, Notts, ii. g. 1068 (19 pp. 536, 538).

Morton, Yorks., i. g. 125 (22).

Morton Grange. Yorks., i. g. 125 (22).

Morton Parva, Notts, ii. g. 1068 (19 pp. 536, 538).

Morton, —, his son refuses to return to Cambridge, i. 704.

-, Charles, letter from, i. 604.

-, John, i. 245.

-, Maistre. See Norton.

-, Matth., i. g. 465 (21).

-, Ric., i. g. 621 (12 p. 308).

-, Robt., i. g. 282 (40).

-, Thos., i. g. 1335 (12 p. 660).

Mortyn Terne, Cumb., i. g. 1335 (27).

Morvern (Morwarne), dean of. See Macdonald, R.

Morville (Morfelde), Salop, ii. g. 1068 (41).

Morwent, Robt., president of Corpus Christi college, Oxford, i. 776.

Moryce. Duke. See Saxony, Duke Maurice of.

Moryell. See Maryell.

Mose. See Meuse.

Mose, Nic., i. g. 621 (12 p. 309).

Moseley, John, i. g. 846 (59).

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

Moserghe, Cumb. See Mosser.

Mosse, Elizea, i. g. 1335 (51).

-, John, ii. g. 910 (4).

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

Mosser (Mosergh), Cumb., ii. g. 266 (19).

Mosstower (Mosse Howse, the Mosse), in Scotland, ii. 456 (2), 533 (p. 247), 633 (p. 291).

Mostart, Adrian, i. 1156 ii.

Moston, Piers or Peter, i. g. 125 (3); ii. g. 910 (52).

Moszia, Georgio, of Napoli di Romagna, ii. 93.

Mote, Robt., ii. g. 496 (63).

Mote Court, Worc., near Great Malvern, ii. g. 1068 (19 pp. 537–8).

Moteley, Rog., i. g. 620 (8).

Mothel. in Ireland, i. 20.

Motherby Gyll,Cumb., i. g. 282 (30).

Mothers Malyson or Goddes Malyson, in Scotland, ii. 432 456 (p. 199), 533 (p. 249).

Motrico, in Spain, i. 1296.

Motte, Robt., clk., i. g. 282 (37).

-, Stephen, ii. g. 496 (68 p. 232).

Moulder (Mubber in Valor Ecc.), Wm., i. g. 846 (21).

Moulin (Moullin), Jean du, of Ostend, i. 1202 iii., xlvii.

Moulins (Mwllynys) Mons. de, letters from, i. 508–9, 522.

-, -, his wife's brother. See Vespucius.

-, -, other reference, i. 767.

Moullin. See Moulin.

Moulsey (Molsey), Surr., ii. 278.

Moulsham (Mulsham), Essex, i. g. 846 (61, 93 p. 428).

Moulsho or Moulshawe, Thos., i. g. 622 (pp. 314. 316).

Moulton, Linc, i. g. 125 (13).

Moulton (Mouton), Norf., i. 102 iii.

Moulton (Multon, Melton), Ntht., i. g. 465 (22); ii. g. 496 (29).

Moulton (Multon), Suff., i. g. 282 (19).

Mouluke. See Montluc.

Moumpson. See Mompesson.

Mounctoneffarleigh, Wilts. See Farley.

Moundeforde. See Mountford.

Mounester, in Ireland. See Munster.

Mounfarde. See Mountford.

Moungomery. See Montgomery.

Mounpson. See Mompesson.

Mounslowe, Ric., King's chaplain, prb. of Gloucester (1545) ii. 418 (43):—g. 910 (37).

-, Wm., ii. g. 496 (5).

Mounson, Wm., i. g. 282 (19), 622 (p. 317), 623 (p. 326); ii. g. 910 (82 p. 455).

Mount (Mownte), the, in Cornwall, i. 1159. See also St. Michael's Mount.

Mountacake. See Montacute.

Mountaigne, Eliz., i. 557 (f. 5).

Mountains, the. See Alps.

Mounte, Leonard, i. g. 1081 (12).

Mountedieu. See Montdidier.

Mounteford. See Mountford.

Mountegle. See Monteagle.

Mounteney, Hen., i. p. 675.

Mounterosse. See Montrose.

Mounteyn, Ric., ii. 1035 (f. 23).

Mountford (Mounteford), Jas., i. g. 465 (39 p. 215).

-, (Mounfarde, Mounteforde, Mounitfourthe, Monfford, Mountforth), Osbert, i. 557 (f. 59):—g. 622 (pp. 314–5); ii. 397, 613, 922, 934, 945, 968, 980.

Mountgrace (Mountegrace), Yorks., i. g. 125 (22).

-, Charterhouse (supp.), i. 557 (f. 40):—pp. 680, 683:—g. 620 (3), 1081 (19 pp. 523–4), 1081 (39).

Mountjoy, Charles Blount lord, i. 557 (f. 54):—g. 621 (14).

Mount Joye, George, ii. 1035 (f. 20).

Mount's Bay (Mountesbaye), Cornw., ii. 17.

Mount St. John, near Feliskirk, Yorks., preceptory (supp.) of St. John, i. p. 683:—g. 465 (22 p. 212).

Mounynges. See Monynges.

Mourosse. See Melrose.

Mouse. See Meuse.

Mouton, Norf. See Moulton.

Mow (Moye), Mow House and Mow Mensles, in Scotland, ii. 456 (2), 533 (pp. 247–8).

-, laird of, i. 77, 97, 355.

Mow, John, of that ilk, ii. 534 (p. 250).

Mowborne, John, i. g. 1081 (19 p. 523).

Mowdwart (i.e. Moydart), lord of. See Macdonald.

Mowns, in Hainault. See Mons.

Mownte. See Mont.

Mownte, the. See Mount.

Mowreland, in Scotland, ii. 137.

Mowter, John, i. g. 465 (82).

Mowthorpe, Yorks., i. p. 675.

Moy or Moye, Chr., i. 102 iii., iv.

Moydart (Mowdwart), in Scotland, lord of. See Macdonald.

Moye. See Moy; also Mow.

Moyer, Geo., i. g. 282 (37 p. 127).

Moylaugh nunnery (supp.), in Ireland, ii. g. 496 (16).

Moyle, Sir Thomas, one of the three General Surveyors, signature of, i. g. 282 (34, 40), 465 (6, 10, 32, 77), 621 (1, 2, 5, 7, 8), 846 (28, 32, 47–8); ii. g. 496 (23, 37), 707 (38), 910 (62–3, 73).

-, -, his daughter to marry Paget's son, ii. 30.

-, -, other references, i. 436:—g. 622 (p. 316), 623 (pp. 321, 324–5), 846 (6, 54, 60, 74), 1081 (1, 9, 20), 1335 (1, 6) ii. 30, 358, 413, 900:—g. 910 (81).

-, Thos., i. p. 674:—g. 1081 (27).

-, (Moile), Walt., i. 435 (p. 195), 672 (2):—g. 622 (p. 316), 623 (p. 324)

Moys, John (Customer of Brabant?), i. 1202 viii.

Moyse, Widow, i. g. 1081 (19 p. 522).

-, Wm., ii. 1035 (f. 32).

Moyser, Widow, i. g. 1081 (19 p. 522).

Moythe. See Matthew.

Mubber, Wm. See Moulder.

Muchelmey (Mochelneye), Soms., abbey (supp.), i. 557 (f. 26).

Muchenhampton. See Minchinhampton.

Muckhall, Salop. See Monk Hall.

Muckleton (Mocleton), Salop, i. g. 846 (59).

Mucton, Linc., i. g. 465 (38).

Mueller, John, i. 1055.

Muir, John, of Caldwell, a Scot, i. 1075.

Muirdean (Mere Deane), East and West-, in Scotland, ii. 456 (2), 533 (p. 247).

Mulbury, Wm., i. g. 465 (101).

Mules, i. 550 (p. 261); ii. 542, 865,1019.

Mullens, Anne, i. g. 1335 (55 p. 672).

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

Mulling, Robt., i. g. 620 (28).

Mulsey, Surr. See Molesey.

Mulsham, Essex. See Moulsham.

Multon, Ntht. See Moulton.

Multon, Suff. See Moulton.

Multon, Agnes, i. p. 682.

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

-, John, i. p. 682:—g. 1335 (18).

-, Marg., i. g. 282 (13).

Mumby (Munby), Linc., i. g. 465 (38).

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

Muncio. See Montio.

Munck, —, 563.

Mundon, Geo., I. 3.

Mundy. See Mondye.

Mungostower (Mungus Walles, Mongouse tower), in Scotland, ii. 432, 456 (p. 199), 533 (p. 249).

Mungumbrye, Lorche. See Lorges.

Mungumry. See Montgomerie.

Mungus Walles. See Mungostower.

Munke, John, i. g. 1335 (12, 27).

Munster, in Germany, town and bpric., i. 656, 964, 1267.

Munster, (Myneter), Francis von Waldeck, bp. of, i. 668, 805; ii. 598.

Munster (Mounester), in Ireland, i. 1108; ii. 797.

Munstrell. See Montreuil.

Munte. See Mont.

Murdock, Juliana, i. g. 465 (22 p. 212)

Murleys, in Brittany. See Morlaix.

Murose. See Melrose.

Murray, in Scotland. See Moray.

Murray (Murrey), David, i. 1085.

-, Patrick, of Fallowhill, letter from, i. 912.

-, (Mwrrey), Patrick, i. 484.

-, Wm., laird of Tullibardine, q.v.

Murry, Thos., i. g. 846 (87).

Musbury, Devon, ii. g. 266 (18), 1068 (52 bis, 82 p. 456).

Muscovit or Muscovite, —, a captain of Italians, i. 1085, 1173; ii. 54, 457, 572, 621.

Musden Grange, Staff., i. p. 678.

Muse. See Meuse.

Musgrave, Cuthbert, ii. g. 1068 (13).

-, Mungo, ii. g. 1068 (13).

Music:

bagpipes, ii. 418 (85).

fifers, ii. 706 (69):—g. 910 (66).

minstrels, ii. 1004, 1047.

musicians, ii. 991, 1004.

sacred, ii. 539.

trumpets, ii. 587, 738.

"viallouns," ii. 706 (57).

viols, ii. 991, 1004.

Musica (Musike, Muxica, Musicke, Musik, Musyk), Antonius de, i. 250, 342 372 (p. 169), 542, 556, 590, 734, 851, 893, 1143, 1223, 1233–4; ii. 203, 243, 416.

Musselburgh (Muskelburgh), in Scotland, i. 1106 (p. 544).

Mussell, Anne, i. g. 620 (8).

Musserd, Thos., i. g. 846 (11).

Mustarde, Joseph, i. 1202 xlviii.

Muster, Kent. See Minster.

Musterd, John, i. 1118.

Musters of soldiers, I. 251, 504, 513, 531, 535, 538, 540–1, 555, 557 (ff. 56–9), 563, 573–4, 577, 579, 604, 618, 845, 1105, 1176, 1329 (1, 2), 1334; ii. 12, 367, 429:—App. 34–5.

-, "the discription of an army" in the North, i. 555 (2).

Musterton, Dors. See Muston.

Muston (Musterton), Dors., i. g. 1335 (50).

Mustrell. See Montreuil.

Mustyng, John, ii. g. 1068 (23).

Muswell chapel and farm, in Clerkenwell, Midd., i. g. 1081 (58).

Mutford, Suff., i. 102 ii.

Mutterell. See Montroeuil.

Mutton, Joan, ii. g. 496 (54).

Muxica. See Musica.

Muxton, Staff., i. g. 465 (13).

Mwllynys. See Moulins.

Mwrrey. See Murray.

Mycheldever. See Mitcheldever.

Myddelraysen. Linc. See Rasen.

Mydel. See Middle.

Mydelton, Essex. See Middleton.

Mydelton, Kent. See Milton.

Myers, George, ii. g. 910 (25).

-, Walt., ii. 1035 (f. 25).

Myewood, co. Montgomery. See Meifod.

Myghell, Jerome. See Michaele.

Mykelham, Surr. See Mickleham.

Mylaton, John, ii. g. 910 (52).

Mylavant. See Larant, Mid.

Mylbroke. See Millbrook.

Myles, Thos., i. p. 674.

Mylford, Suff. See Melford.

Myller, Hans, i. 1295.

Mylneby, Yorks. See Milby.

Mylstanes, in Scotland. See Mellerstone.

Mylys, Hen., i. g. 846 (87).

Mymburye chapel, Wilts., ii. 850 (6).

Mymme, Hen., i. p. 680.

Mynar, Mr., draper, ii. App. 43 (30).

Myncke, bpric. of, in Germany, ii. 602.

Mynet or Mynett, Soms. See Minehead.

Mynet, Wm., i. g. 620 (8 p. 300).

Mynforde, Ric., i. g. 622 (p. 317).

Mynkys, Thos., i. g. 1335 (55 p. 672).

Mynne, John, i. g. 282 (18); ii. g. 1068 (3).

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

-, Nich., auditor of the King's mints, i. g. 620 (26). 1081 (26); ii. App. 13.

Mynoryes, The. See under London.

Mynours (Myners), Hugh, brewer, ii. 202, 909 (42).

-, Sergeant, ii. 691.

Mynster, in Germany. See Munster.

Myntie, Glouc. See Minety.

Mysshawe, Mrs., of Calais, ii. 996.

Mystelbroke, Wm., i. g. 1081 (26).

Myton (Mytton), near Warwick, i. g. 846 (11, 93 p. 427).

Myton beside Hull, Yorks., i. p. 682 bis:—g. 622 (p. 314).

Myton upon Swale, Yorks., i. g. 465 (39 pp. 215–6); ii. g. 707 (27).

Mytton, Warw. See Myton.

Myvood, St. Asaph's dioc. See Meifod.

Myxston, Wm., i. g. 621 (12 p. 308).



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