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'Index: E', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 21 Part 2: September 1546-January 1547 (1910), pp. 587-596. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=80899 Date accessed: 26 July 2014.


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Eachwick (Ychweke, Icheweke), Nthld., i. g. 718 (14).

Eagle, Old, Linc, preceptory (supp.) of St. John, i. g. 718 (4); ii. g. 476 (96, 107).

Eardisley (Erdesley), Heref., i. g. 1166 (47).

Earle. See Erle.

Earl Marshal. See Norfolk, duke of.

Earls Crome (Erlesgrove, Erlescrome, Ellyscrove, Irlyscrome) alias Crome Symonds, Worc, ii. g. 648 (38), 771 (37).

Earsdon(Earesden),Nthld., i. pp. 781, 785.

Eartham (Ertham), Suss., ii. g. 476 (p. 245).

Eartham Bowedon, (Ertham B.), Suss., i. g. 1166 (15).

Easing (Esyns), Staff., i. p. 779.

Easington (Esyngton), Bucks, i. g. 504 (12).

Easington (Esyngton), Nthld., i. g. 504 (11).

Easington (Essyngton), Yorks., ii. g. 200 (50).

Eastby (Estbye), Yorks., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 335).

Eastchurch (Estchurche) in Sheppey, Kent, ii. g. 200 (10, 24).

Eastcot (Escote), Wilts, i. g. 716 (20).

Easte, Fras., i. 643 (f. 38); ii. 775 (f. 55).

Easter, Good- (Goodester), Essex, i. g. 1383 (18).

Easterlings. See Eastland.

Eastland (Estland), and the Easterlings, "the East Parts," i. 170, 185, 189, 211, 234, 245, 259, 263, 343, 347, 350, 367 (p. 179), 369, 375 (p. 182), 389, 414, 420–2, 450, 455, 458, 511–2, 513 (Oestland), 541, 546, 614–5 (Oestlandt), 673, 768, 780, 795, 868, 1056, 1124, 1155, 1284, 1373, 1490, 1494, 1508, 1521; ii. 17, 146, 359–60, 679, 775 (f. 85).

Eastnor (Estnor), Heref., i. p. 773.

Eastoft (Estofte), Yorks., i. p. 780.

Eastoft (Estoft), Chr., i. g. 1383 (110); ii. 476 (85).

-, (Estcoft), Thos., i. p. 780.

Easton (Gyston, Eyston), Berks, i. p. 774; ii. p. 439.

Easton (Eston), Bucks, ii. g. 648 (25 pp. 334–5, 337).

Easton (Eston), Ntht., i. g. 504 (1); ii. g. 476 (96).

Easton, Yorks., ii. g. 332 (32).

Easton, Bath-. See Bath Easton.

Easton near Bridlington (Eston), Yorks., i. g. 1537 (26).

Easton Grey (Estongraye, Estongrey), Wilts, i. g. 1383 (110 p. 693); ii. g. 648 (62).

Easton Magna, Essex, i. g. 717 (13).

Easton (Estone), John, escheator of Norf. and Suff. (a.d. 1514), ii. g. 773 i. bis.

-, (Eiston, Eston, Eyston), John, i. 963 (4):— p. 770:— g. 504 (19), 1166 (51); ii. g. 773 i. (12).

-, (Eiston), Thos., i. p. 785.

East Parts, the. See Eastland.

East Riding, archdeacon of. See Magnus, Dr.

Eastrington (Estryngton), Yorks., i. p. 773.

Eastwell, Kent, ii. g. 476 (p. 248).

Eastwell (Estwell), Leic, i. p. 770.

Eastwood park, Glouc, in Thornbury, i. 944; ii. 475 (91).

Eaton, Bucks. See Eton.

Eaton (Eyton, Eton), Leic., i. p. 770; ii. p. 457.

Eaton (Eyton), Chesh., ii. 433.

Eaton Bray (Eyton), Beds, ii. g. 648 (51).

Eaton Hastings, alias Water Eton, alias Water Hastinges, Berks, i. g. 302 (65 p. 153).

Eaton, Wm., i. 963 (136).

Eberton, Dors. See Ibberton.

Ebley (Nyblye), Glouc., ii. g. 476 (17). See Notes and Errata.

Ebony (Ebney, Ebney Priorye), Kent, i. g. 717 (3).

Ebornedale, Yorks. See Iburndale.

Ebryngton, Dors. See Ibberton.

Ebsham, Surr. See Epsom.

Ebson, Ric., ii. g. 332 (7).

Eburall, Thos., ii. g. 200 (38).

Eccles, in Scotland, i. 1279 (pp. 626, 628).

Ecclesfield, Yorks., i. p. 775.

Eccleston, Chesh., ii. 574:— g. 771 (10).

Eccleston, Lanc, i. p. 772.

Eccleston, Wm., i. g. 149 (39).

Eccloo (Eclo), in Flanders, letter dated at, i. 372.

Eccup (Ecoppe), Yorks., i. p. 785.

Echingfeilde, Suss. See Itchingfield.

Echingham. See Ichingham.

Ecke (Eick), in the Netherlands, i. 311.

Ecke or Eck, Mons. de. See Scepperus.

Ecoppe, Yorks. See Eccup.

Ecton, John, ii. g. 332 (87).

Ecules. See Escoeuilles.

Edderston, Nthld. See Adderstone.

Eddesbury hundred and town, Chesh., ii. 433.

Eddington (Edyngton), Berks, ii. p. 434.

Eddington, Wilts. See Edington.

Eddlesborongh (Edlesborough), Bucks and Herts, i. g. 302 (65 p. 153).

Eddram, in Scotland. See Edrom.

Edelmeton, Midd. See Edmonton.

Eden, the Cumberland river, i. g. 1166 (26).

Eden, Dham., i. p. 783.

Eden, Anne, ii. 331 (22).

-, Eliz., ii. 331 (22).

-, Joan, ii. 331 (22).

-, Ric., archd. of Middlesex, ii. 775 (f. 111).

-, Thos., i. 643 (f. 35); ii. 775 (f. 51).

Edenden, Robt., i. 1280 (f. 45).

Eden Hall (Edenell, Edinghall), Cumb., i. g. 504 (31), 1166 (33).

Edenstowe, Notts. See Edwinstow.

Ederos priory. See Ivy Church.

Ederson, John, ii. g. 648 (22, 62).

Edgar or Edgare, Edw., i. g. 302 (30).

-, John, clk., ii. p. 436.

-, Thos., i. 643 (ff. 32–3, 36, 39, 47, 55); ii. 775 (ff. 47–8, 51, 63 bis).

-, Wm., ii. 775 (f. 38).

Edgecombe, John, i. 91 (Soms.)

-, (Egecombe, Eggecombe), Sir Ric., i. 961, 1086:— g. 302 (30 p. 147), 970 (32).

-, Ric., i. 432.

-, (Egecombe), Wm., i. 171, 591.

Edgecott (Edgecote), Ntht., i. g. 504 (9).

Edgeland (Hyddeslonde), Staff., ii. p. 441.

Edgerley (Egerley), John, i. p. 770.

Edgerton. See Egerton.

Edgware (Edgeworth), Midd., ii. g. 332 (61).

Ediall (Edyall), Staff., i. 947.

Edinburgh (Edenbrughe), i. 159, 162, 393, 555, 902, 940, 948, 958, 1043, 1170, 1279 (p. 627), 1363, 1418, 1431, 1436, 1453; ii. 231, 277–8, 524.

-, letters dated at, i. 958, 1501, 1507, 1527; ii. 24, 705–6, 740.

-, coloured drawing of, ii. p. 468.

-, meetings of Privy Council at, 88, 111, 887, 1196, 1364, 1369, 1404, 1466–7, 1486, 1502; ii. 324.

-, Arthur's Seat, ii. p. 468.

-, Calton Hill, ii. p. 468.

-, Canon Gate, ii. p. 468.

-, Holyrood abbey, commendatory of. See Stewart, Lord R.

-, Holyrood Palace, ii. p. 468.

-, St. Giles cathedral, provost of. See Crichton, R.

-, Salisbury Craigs, ii. p. 468.

Edinghall, Cumb. See Edenhall.

Edingley, Notts, ii. g. 476 (75).

Edington (Eddington), Wilts, house or rectory (supp.), i. g. 149 (32), 1383 (31); ii. p. 440:— g. 476 (p. 245), 648 (25).

Edlegon, co. Monm., i. g. 718 (11).

Edlesborough. See Eddlesborough.

Edleston, Derb., ii. g. 332 (76).

Edling, Joan, i. 301 (46):— g. 302 (57).

-, John, i. g. 302 (57).

Edmerston, in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 630).

Edmond (Edmund), ii. 767 (5, 11, 17).

Edmonds or Edmondes (Edmundes), Mr., of the Privy Chamber. See Harman, E.

-, (Edmundes), Chr., i. g. 302 (65 pp. 152–3), 717 (5), 970 (62 p. 489); ii. g. 200 (50), 772 (4, 35).

-, John, i. g. 302 (65 bis):— g. 970 (62); ii. 712 vi.:— g. 200 (28), 476 (107).

-, (Edmoundes), Ric, ii. 770 (37).

-, Wm., ii. g. 200 (35).

Edmondsham, Dors., i. g. 149 (18).

Edmondson, Eliz., ii. g. 332 (7).

-, (Edmundson), John, ii. g. 476 (6).

Edmonton (Edelmeton), Midd., i. 182:— g. 1166 (73 p. 582), 1537 (29); ii. 199 (137):— g. 332 (76), 771 (14).

Ednam or Long Ednam, in Scotland, i. 1279 (pp. 626–8, 630).

Edringtoun alias Cawe Mills, in Scotland, i. 1456 (p. 729).

Edrom (Eddram), in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 626).

Edson, Thos., i. 1280 .(f. 37).

Edus, Rog., i. g. 718 (4), 970 (62).

Edvin Loach or Edwin Loach, Heref. ("Yedesonglogg, Worc"), i. g. 302 (64).

Edward the Confessor (Edward the Saint), arms of, i. 1425; ii. 555 (2, 7, 8, 17).

Edward III., King, i. 918 (p. 449).

Edward IV., i. 966.

-, his tomb, ii. 634.

Edward, Prince, afterwards King Edward VI., son of Henry VIII. and Jane Seymour, letters from, i. 50, 59, 370, 452, 518, 576, 770, 802, 867, 886, 900, 978, 988, 1035–6, 1054, 1148, 1206, 1381, 1416, 1446, 1479; ii. 20, 38, 86, 136, 165, 168, 361–3, 502, 571, 685–7, 737, 745.

-, -, letters to, i. 60; ii. 686 ii.

-, -, proposed marriage with one of Ferdinand's daughters, i. 8 (pp. 4, 6), 65, 122, 212 (pp. 102, 104), 214 (p. 106), 227, 286, 315, 412, 439, 445–6, 469–70, 547, 550 (p. 271), 588, 606, 616, 623.

-, -, proposed marriage with Mary Queen of Scots, i. 233, 286, 420, 439, 469, 572, 610, 725, 763 (2), 938, 1213–4, 1354; ii. 524, 580, 591.

-, -, his almoner. See Coxe, R.

-, his chamberlain. See Page, Sir R.

-, -, his council, i, 116 (16).

-, -, his French teacher. See Belmayn, J.

-, his gentleman usher, ii. 199 (68).

-, -, his lute playing, i. 1206.

-, his tailor, i. 1165 (70); ii. g. 771 (27).

-, -, other references, i. 1, 8 (pp. 4, 6), 61, 65, 148 (71–2), 177, 212, 272, 582, 643 (f. 84–5), 649, 650 (17), 1384 (p. 695): —p. 777:— g. 970 (18, 32); ii. 14 (p. 7), 144 (p. 60), 191, 199 (57), 260, 282, 466, 475 (14), 546 (p. 276), 547, 553, 555, 568, 605, 608–9, 634, 645–6, 647 (20), 679, 694, 696–7, 723, 753, 754 (p. 386), 756, 760–1, 770 (63–5), 763–4, 775 (f. 99):— g. 332 (67), 771 (27).

Edwarde, —, ii. 769 ii. (2).

-, Robt., i. 722 (3).

-, Wm, ii. g. 332 (87).

Edwardeby, Linc, ii. g. 332 (80).

Edwards, —, trumpet, i. 471.

-, Anne, i. 643 (f. 3); ii. 775 (f. 3).

-, David, i. 643 (f. 49), 1280 (f. 1); ii. 775 (f. 66).

-, John, ii. 472 (Denb., Flint):— p. 437:— g. 773 i. (12, 32).

-, Nic., ii. g. 771 (14).

-, Thos., i. 835.

-, Wm., ii. 331 (64).

Edwinstowe (Edenstowe), Notts., ii. g. 332 (50).

Edyngton, Oxon. See Eddington, Berks.

Eewangen. See Elwangen.

Effingham, Surr., i. p. 774.

Egecombe. See Edgecombe.

Egely, Ric., 11. g. 332 (7).

Egerley. See Edgerley.

Egerson, Eliz. and George, ii. g. 771 (14).

Egerton chapel, Kent, ii. p. 437.

Egerton, Eliz. and George, 11. g. 771 (14).

-, (Edgerton), Sir Philip, ii. 433.

-, Sir Ralph (died circ. 1528), ii. g. 771 (2).

Egewyn, Thos., i. g. 302 (65).

Eggas, Cornw., ii p. 455.

Egge, Ralph, .i. g. 1537 (17).

-, Ric., i. g. 1537 (17).

Egglestone (Egleston), Yorks., abbey (supp.), i. g. 718 (4 p. 358).

Egham Mede, near Windsor, i. 1129.

Eglenby. See Aglionby.

Egleston, Yorks. See Egglestone.

Eglianbie. See Aglionby.

Eglintoun, Countess of (Dame Marion Setoun), ii. 411, 429, 451.

Eglyanbie. See Aglionby.

Egmonde. See Egmont.

Egmont (Egmond), in Holland, ii. p. 454, 461.

Egmont (Egmonde), Lamoral d'Egmont, prince of Gaure and count of, i. 52 ii.

Egmont, Maximilian d', Count of Buren, q.v.

Egynnlle, co. Montgom., ii. 537.

Egyptians, customs of ancient, i. 214.

Eichstadt, bp. of. See Hutten, M. von.

-, bpric. of, 1. 1129.

Eick, Mons. d'. See Scepperus.

Eidelwolff. See Eyttell Wolff.

Eifionydd (Evion) commote, co. Carnarvon, i. g. 302 (55).

Eire. See Eyre.

Eisenach (Ayssenach), in Germany, ii. 566.

Eiston. See Easton.

Elam, John, ii. 39.

Elamer, Effamie, ii. 775 (f. 5).

Elbe (Elve), the German river, i. 395, 397.

Elbeham, Agnes, 1. g. 504 (1).

Elchingen (Eslyngen), in Bavaria, ii. 302.

Elcok, John, ii. g. 771 (14 p. 416).

Elder or Eldar, John, a Scot in Henry VIII.'s service, i. 650 (85):— g. 970 (7).

Elderkyn, Ric, i. g. 718 (4), 970 (62).

Eldersfield (Ellesfelde), Worc, 11. p. 437.

Eldryngton, Thos., i. g. 1383 (89).

Eleanor, Queen of France, sister of Charles V., widow of Emanuel King of Portugal, i. 233, 688, 728, 1200, 1213, 1298, 1405-6; ii. 340, 490.

-, -, her maître d'hôtel, ii. 490.

Eleanor, Lady, Countess of Cumberland, second daughter of Mary "the French Queen," i. 969 ii., iii.; ii. 634.

Elenson, Edw., i. g. 1537 (35).

Elephants' teeth, i. 154, 986.

Eley. See Ely.

Elfelde, Oxon. See Elsfield.

Elford (Elforth), Nthld., i. g. 504 (11); ii. p. 437.

Elfrede, Thos., prb. of Westminster (resigned in 1546), i. g. 1383 (83).

Elfrythe, John, ii. g. 648 (22).

Elgate, Thos., i. 1290.

Elham, Kent., ii. g. 200 (41).

Elie. See Ely.

Eling, Hants, ii. g. 476 (96, 107 p. 248).

Elinge, John, ii. 39.

Eliot. See Elyot.

Eliseus, —, ii. g. 332 (91).

Elizabeth, Princess, afterwards Queen, daughter of Henry VIII. and Anne Boleyn, i. 963 (37, 86, 151), 969 ii., iii., 1384 (p, 696); ii. 199 (74), 359, 466, 475 (16, 117), 502, 571, 634, 754 (p. 386).

-, -, letters to, ii. 502, 571.

Elizabeth of France, daughter of the Dauphin (born in April, 1546), and her christening, i. 515, 688, 705, 728, 849, 913, 950, 1028, 1058, 1066–7, 1071, 1083, 1086, 1165 (42–3), 1185–6, 1200–1, 1212, 1218, 1292, 1294, 1367, 1396; ii. 775 (ff. 87, 89).

-, -, English presents at her christening, i. 1212, 1292.

Elizabeth, mother of Henry VIII., i. 1185.

Elizabeth, daughter of King Ferdinand, wife of Sigismund Augustus of Poland (died in 1545), i. 8 (p. 4).

Elksley (Elkesley), Notts, ii. g. 476 (85).

Ella (Elley) or Kirk Ella, Yorks., i. g. 302 (65).

Ellam, Thos., ii. 775 (f. 96).

Ellerbeck (Ellerbeckes), Yorks., ii. g. 648 (25).

Ellerby (Elverby), Yorks., i. g. 1166 (37).

Ellerker (Ellercar), Sir John, i. 353, 1279 (pp. 629–31).

-, John, i. 1279 (p. 629).

-, (Alderkar), Sir Ralph, marshal of Boulogne, killed near Boulogne (25 April, 1546), i. 18, 33, 65 (p. 27), 188, 205, 250, 300 (2), 358; 364, 433, 464, 471 (2), 481, 526, 636, 682 683 (1, 2), 691–2, 694, 727, 779, 819, 839, 981, 997, 1165 (60):— g. 1166 (37), 1383 (51, 91).

-, -, letter to, i. 464.

-, -, signature of, i. 188, 205, 250, 358, 364, 481.

-, Sir Ralph, son of the preceding, i. 839, 1165 (60):— g. 1383 (16, 51, 91).

-, Sir Robert, i. 1280 (f. 55); ii. 475 (45).

-, Wm., ii. 770 (20).

Ellerton, Yorks., i. p. 770.

-, priory (supp.), i. pp. 770, 784; ii. p. 433.

Elles, John, ii. g. 476 (9).

Ellesden, Nthld. See Elsdon.

Ellesfelde, Worc. See Eldersfield.

Elley, Yorks. See Ella.

Ellez. See Ellis.

Ellichshausen (Hellicsch), in Germany, ii. 566.

Elliotte. See Elyot.

Ellis, Edw., i. g. 149 (22).

-, Eliz., i. 643 (f. 33); ii. 775 (f. 48).

-, Hugh, i. 1426; ii. 555 (7).

-, -, letters to, i. 1426.

-, -, deposition by, ii. 555 (7).

-, (Elys), Jas., ii. g. 332 (91).

-, John, i. 147 (2):— p. 780:— g. 149 (22).

-, Marm., i. g. 149 (22).

-, Ric, i. 681 ii.

-, (Ellez), Robt., i. g. 1383 (66).

Ellison (Ellysson), Robt., ii. g. 332 (87).

Ellyscrove, Worc. See Crome, Earls.

Ellysfelde, Oxon. See Elsfield.

Elme, John, i. g. 716 (20).

Elmer, Ant., ii. g. 332 (6).

Elmerston, Kent. See Elmstone.

Elmeston (qu. Elmstone, Kent?), ii. g. 476 (32).

Elmestowe mon See Elstow.

Elmhurst (Elmerst), Staff., ii. g. 332 (76).

Elmley castle, Worc, ii. g. 332 (31).

Elmstone (Elmerston), Kent, i. g. 717 (3); ii. 476 (32?).

Elmswell (Elmeswell), Suff., i. g. 1537 (23).

Elmyngton (Elvington), Glouc, i. g. 1383 (110).

Elnestowe, Beds. See Elstow.

Elphinstoun, lord, i. 980, 1363–4,1369, 1456; ii. 575.

Elrendorp, John, i. 292.

Elrington, Alice, ii. 775 (f. 9).

-, Edw., i. 643 (f. 60):–g. 717 (5); ii. 775 (f. 76):— p. 441:— g. 476 (p. 245).

-, Eliz., i. 643 (f. 8).

-, Marg., i. 643 (f. 4); ii. 775 (f. 5).

-, Thos., i. g. 504 (2).

Elsdon (Ellesden), Nthld., ii. g. 648 (38).

Elsfield (Elfelde, Ellysfelde), Oxon, ii. p. 434:— g. 771 (35).

-, Sudley Close, i. 643 (f. 85).

Elsnitz. See Olsnitz.

Elson, Wm, i. g. 1383 (110).

Elstonbothom, Yorks., i. g. 1166 (73 p. 581).

Elstow (Elnestowe, Elmestowe), Beds, i. p. 776.

-, nunnery (supp.), i. p. 776:— g. 302 (65); ii. g. 648 (§25 pp. 334, 336, § 51).

Elstree (Ilstre), Herts, ii. g. 648 (29).

Elswarte. See Yetswaert.

Elswick (Elstwike), Nthld., i. pp. 780–1.

Elten (Elton, Alten) nunnery, on the Rhine, i. 473, 495, 511–3, 546, 550, 864.

-, letters dated at, i. 473–4, 531–5.

-, abbess of, i. 473, 511, 513, 531, 534, 550, 615.

Eltham, Kent, i. g. 717 (3).

-, park, i. 643 (f. 90); ii. 769 ii. (17).

-, -, haymaking charges, ii. 769 iv. (16).

Elton, Cheah., ii. 433.

Elton, Derb., i. g. 1383 (89).

Elton, Glouc, ii. 436.

Elton (Aylton), Hunts., i. 722 (5).

Elton, Notts, i. g. 149 (40), 302 (65 p. 152); ii. g. 648 (51 p. 343).

Elvaston (Elwaston), Derb., i. p. 776.

Elve. See Elbe.

Elveden, Laur., i. 1326.

Elvedon, Suff, i. g. 1166(73); ii. g. 476 (1, 107 p. 248).

Elverby, Yorks. See Ellerby.

Elvington, Glouc. See Elmyngton.

Elwangen (Eewangen), in Germany, ii. 566.

Elwaston. See Elvaston.

Ely (Eley) cathedral, almsman, i. 148 (50).

-, cathedral priory (supp.), i. 643 (f. 39); ii. 556, 755 (f. 55):— p. 433.

-, Isle of, i. g. 717 (7); ii. 556.

Ely, bishop of, ii. g. 648 (51 p. 344). See Goodrich, T.

Ely (Elie), bpric. of, i. 148 (29).

Elye, John, last abbot of Bruton, ii. 775 (f. 113).

-, Wm., i. 303; ii. 475 (86):— g. 648 (35).

Elynor, Thos., ii. g. 773 i. (7).

Elyot (Eliot), Sir Thomas, i. 91 (Camb.); ii. 472.

Elyot (Eliot), —. i. 1280 (3).

-, (Elliotte), John, i. 1302, 1468; ii. 266.

-, (Elyatt), Laur., ii. g. 771 (14).

-, Thos., i. 1280 (f. 34):— p. 772.

-, Wm., ii. 291.

Elyottes, Jocosa, ii. g. 476 (p. 248).

Elys. See Ellis.

Elzate. See Alsace.

Embden. See Emden.

Embsay (Emesey), Yorks., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 335).

Emden (Embden), in East Friesland, the lady of, and her land called Froekyns Land, i. 126, 201, 301 (4).

Emeke, Bernard, of the Steelyard, i. 478.

Emerson, Geo., i. g. 1383 (25).

-, Henry, i. 259, 597.

Emerye, Thos., i. 1165 (70).

Emesey, Yorks. See Embsay.

Emmerforde, Devon, ii. g. 476 (96).

Emmerick (Emryke), on the Rhine, i. 473, 569.

Emmes, Ric., i. g. 1166 (73 p. 581).

Emmottes, Robt., i. p. 785.

Empire, the, i. 129, 176, 181, 238, 257. 315 (p. 158), 325, 490, 580 (p. 282), 581, 730 (p. 365), 799, 834 (2), 1003, 1011, 1070 (4), 1089, 1126, 1180, 1187, 1286, 1298; ii. 261, 268, 297, 360, 438, 503, 558.

-, judgment of the Chamber i. 490 1003; ii. 708.

-, Diet of, intended, ii. 613, 690.

-, vice-chancellor of. See Naves, Dr. J.

Empson, Sir Richard, ii. g. 773 i. (40).

-, Robt., ii. g. 476 (96, 107 p. 248).

Enderwyke, in Scotland. See Innerwick.

Endevile, Midd. See Enfield.

Endreson. See Henderson.

Enfield (Enfelde), Midd., ii. g. 648 (51), 771 (14).

Enfield (Endevile) Chace, Midd., i. 963 (83); ii. 769 iv. (9).

Engerston, Essex. See Ingatestone.

Enghien (Engyne, Engeyn, Dangyen), Francois de Bourbon count of, brother of the Duke of Vendôme, i. 344–5, 373, 559.

Enghien (Anguyen), John de Bourbon, count of, i. 1394 (4).

Englistate. See Ingolstadt.

England (Englond), Ric, i. g. 1166 (50).

-, (Ingland), Wm., i. 643 (f. 48); ii. 775 (f. 65),

Englebome, Devon. See Inglebourn.

Englebye, Derb. See Ingleby.

Englefield (Ingleffeld), Francis, i. 1235; ii. 472.

-, signature of, i. 1235.

Englestat. See Ingolstadt.

Englisshe (Ynglishe), Thos., bailiff of Guisnes (circ. 1509), i. g. 504 (45); ii. g. 200 (43–4).

Englond. See England.

Engyne, Mons. de. See Enghien.

Enkhuizen (Ankusyn, Anguson, Enkhoysen), in Holland, i. 338, 1086; ii. p. 454.

Ennege, Warw., i. g. 1537 (7).

Ensham (Eynesham), Oxon, abbey (supp.), ii. g. 332 (26, 91), 648 (25).

Enstone, Oxon, ii. g. 648 (25).

Enys, Philip, gardener at Greenwich, his bill, ii. 769 iv. (4).

Eowere. See Ewere.

Epperstone (Eperston), Notts, i. g. 504 (47).

Eppwell, Warw. See Epwell, Oxon.

Epsom (Ebsham), Surr., i. p. 771.

Epwell (Eppewell, Ipwell), Oxon, ii. g. 648 (25 pp. 335–6).

Epworth, Linc, i. p. 784; ii. g. 648 (22).

Epynys. See Æpinus.

Erasmus, Mr., i. 713.

Erbar, Berks, i. g. 717 (5). Qu. Arborfield?

Ercal (Arcall), Salop, i. g. 1166 (20).

Ercal, Childs (Chyles Ercall), Salop, i. g. 1166 (20).

Erdbury (Erdebury), Warw., priory (supp.), i. g. 1383 (110).

Erdebrugh, Leic. See Burrow.

Erdebury, Warw. See Arbury.

Erdesley, Heref. See Eardisley.

Erdington (Erneton), Warw., i. g. 504 (47).

Erdington, Over-, Warw., i. g. 1383 (3).

Erelsham, in Germany. See Kreilsheim.

Ergile. See Argyle.

Erizo, Domenico, a Venetian, i. 652.

-, (Erizzo), Marco Antonio, ii. 741.

Erlande. See Ireland.

Erle, John, ii. 475 (114).

-, (Earle), Robt., ii. g. 332 (91).

-, Nicholas, ii. 475 (114).

-, (Earle), Walter, i. 969 (2); 1165 (92):— g. 1383 (2); ii. 475 (114):— g. 648 (11).

Erlesgrove, Worc. See Earls Crome.

Erleton, Salop. See Arleston.

Erley (Erlie), John, captain of a bulwark, i. 643 (f. 67).

Ermsted. See Armstead.

Ernley, John, Attorney General (April, 1509 till January, 1519), ii. g. 773 i. (36, 40).

-, John, i. 91 (Wilts), 1267:— g. 970 (32).

Erneton, Warw. See Erdington.

Erneys, Wm., ii. p. 441.

Erpach, Count of, i. 165 (p. 84); ii. 624.

Errington, Chr., rider, i. 969 (3).

Enrol, George Hay earl of, i. 111, 167, 887; ii. 473, 544.

Erskine, —, master of, i. 1404.

-, (Haskyn), John lord, i. 1002, 1043, 1279 (p. 627), 1363.

-, Thos., abbot of Dryburgh, q.v.

Ertham, Suss. See Eartham.

Esbye, Anne, i. g. 1166 (65).

-, Hen., i. g. 1166 (65).

Escheators, appointments of, ii. 475 (82):— g. 773 i., ii.

Eschnavius, —, prefect of Bergzabern, ii. 767 (10–15, 17, 20–1).

-, -, his son Louis, ii. 767 (20).

Escley, Nether- (Nethererstley), Heref., i. g. 1166 (47).

Escoeuilles (Ecules) parish, in Boulonnais, i. 1444.

Escote, Wilts. See Eastcot.

Escote, Ralph, i. g. 1166 (57).

Esdra, in Turkey, ii. 384 (p. 188).

Eshe. See Ash.

Eshedalesyde. See Eskdale.

Esher (Assher, Ascher), Surr., ii. 554 (p. 283), 647 (17), 768 (pp. 394, 396).

-, grant dated at, ii. g. 648 (31).

Essinden, Herts. See Essendon.

Esis, dominus ab, Count of Weetberghen, i. 165.

Esk. See Graham, of Esk.

Eskdale (Eshedalesyde, Eshedalehall), Yorks, i. g. 504 (2).

Eskyperus. See Scepperus.

Esleng, Kent, ii. g. 200 (10).

Eslinga. See Esslingen.

Eslington, Nthld, i. 1279 (p. 626).

Eslyngen, in Bavaria. See Elchingen.

Espinai (Pyne), M. d' (Despinac), captain of French guards, i. 1352 ii., 1384 (pp. 694, 697 "Desmoy.")

Essen abbey, near Coblentz, ii. 670 ii.

Essendine, Rutl., ii. g. 200 (19).

Essendon (Esinden), Herts, i. g. 1166 (38).

Esse Reigney, Devon. See Ash Reigny.

Essex, i. 608 (p. 296), 626, 643 (f. 79), 836, 845, 1280 (1 f. 35, 5, 8), 1384 (p 695):— g. 302 (30), 970 (32); ii. 542, 775 (f. 94).

-, commission in, i. g. 504 (29); ii. g. 773 i. (12).

-, escheator of, ii. g. 476 (34), 773.

-, musters in, i. 91.

-, (and Herts), sheriff, ii. 472. See Lytton, R. (1545–6); Coningsby, J. (1546–7).

Essex, archdeacon of, his official, i. 836.

Essex, Sir William Parr earl of, K.G., Privy Councillor, brother of the Queen, letter to, ii. 350.

-, -, present in Council, i. 7, 11, 16, 21, 24, 32, 36, 41, 48, 53, 57, 64, 66, 72, 156, 171, 175, 177, 202, 208, 239, 259, 267, 269, 288, 294, 303, 334, 336, 341, 353, 386, 414, 419, 432, 437, 478, 487, 526, 536, 544, 549, 561, 573, 585, 591, 597, 605, 608, 619, 635, 651, 669, 678, 684, 689, 698, 748, 759, 769, 774, 783, 789, 801, 809, 845, 848, 853, 859, 957, 961, 971, 973, 986, 991, 1000, 1006, 1022, 1026, 1057, 1065, 1072, 1105, 1119, 1124, 1127, 1131, 1137, 1147, 1267, 1314, 1322, 1326, 1332, 1350, 1362, 1367; ii. 11, 43, 57, 73, 79, 107, 148, 166, 171, 229, 237, 244, 333, 387, 390, 395, 399, 709, 734, 747.

-, -, signature of, i. 355, 405, 790, 810, 812, 823–4:— g 149 (8, 14, 17–9, 37), 302 (8), 504 (1, 20), 716 (12), 718 (4), 1166 (29, 52, 58, 65), 1383 (29, 89), 1537 (34); ii. 122:— g. 332 (26), 771 (30, 35).

-, -, other references, i. 148 (93), 289, 650 (15), 884, 963 (155–6), 969, 1165 (20), 1181, 1384 (pp. 693, 695 ter, 696 bis), 1398:— g. 970 (19); ii. 83, 527, 634 (1, 10), 647 (60), 697, 754 (p. 386 "Marquis of Northampton"), 759:— g. 332 (43), 771 (12).

Essex, Sir Wm., i. g. 970 (32).

Essey, Sieur d' (Dessey, Dessay, Dessy, Desse, de Dessey), a French gentleman, i. 1028, 1058, 1065–6, 1093, 1239, 1384 (pp. 694, 697).

Esshe, Thos., i. 643 (f. 26). See also Ash.

Esslingen (Eslinga), in Germany, i. 165 (p. 84).

Essyngton, Yorks. See Easington.

Estampes (Etampes, Tampes, Temps, Distamps), Madame d',[Anne de Pisseleu daughter of the Sieur de Heilly and wife of the Due d' Estampes], i. 181, 233, 423, 697, 1177 (2), 1200, 1213, 1216, 1292, 1337, 1406, 1521; ii. 118, 248, 406, 555 (4, 5, 7).

Estaples. See Etaples.

Estbecheworthe, Surr. See Betchworth.

Estbrent, Soms. See Brent.

Estburne, Yorks., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 335).

Estbye, Yorks. See Eastby.

Estchyrton, Nthld. See Chirton.

Este, Francesco de, brother of the Duke of Ferrara, i. 1070 (4); ii. 306.

Este, Hercules d', duke of Ferrara, q.v.

Este, Ippolito de, abp. of Milan, Cardinal, brother of the Duke of Ferrara, i. 756, 1200, 1213, 1309, 1366, 1394 (4), 1405, 1407.

-, -, letter from, i. 1407.

Este, John, i. g. 149 (22).

-, Ric, i. 722 (7).

Esterbye, Linc. See Asterby.

Esterkeale, Linc. See Keal.

Estgailles, Yorks., i. g. 1166 (66).

Estgatebarnes manor, Suff., ii. p. 433.

Esthenred, Berks. See Hendred.

Esthoppe, John, i. g. 1166 (57).

Estland, in Germany. See Eastland.

Estlond, Wm., i. g. 970 (62 p. 489).

Estmerkham. See Markham.

Estneye (Estne), Wm., i. 643 (f. 9); ii. 775 (f. 11).

Estnor. See Eastnor.

Eston, Bucks, Ntht. and Yorks. See Eston.

Eston, Soms. See Batheaston.

Estongraye, Wilts. See Easton Grey.

Eston Katheryn, Soms. See St. Catherine.

Eston or Estone. See Easton.

Estourmel, J. d', Sieur de Vendeville, captain of Gravelines, i. 521 540, 566, 607, 794, 1464, 1500; ii. 301, 707.

Estouteville, Jean d', Sieur de Villebon (Bonvile), captain of Therouanne, i. 612, 686, 688.

Estouteville, Madame d', ii. 259.

Estraynge, Mons. de., French ambassador to Flanders, i. 628, 663, 1038, 1090, 1144, 1231, 1312, 1480, 1499; ii. 53, 146, 348, 408–9, 423, 489, 494, 609, 621, 668, 675, 689.

-, -, letters to, ii. 348, 423, 494, 675.

Estrees (Tras, Trey), Jean d', captain of the Dauphin's guard, seigneur de Valien, Vendôme's lieutenant, i. 907–8, 981, 1028.

Estryngton, Yorks. See Eastrington.

Estshere park. See Shiere.

Estubbye, Wm., clk., i. p. 778.

Estwell, Leic. See Eastwell.

Estwood, Thos., i. g. 1537 (35).

Estwyke, Steph., i. p. 773.

Estylburye, Essex. See Tilbury.

Esyngton. See Easington.

Esyns, Staff. See Easing.

Etal (Etle, Ethell, Ettaill), Nthld., i. 353, .1279:— g. 1383 (55).

Etampes. See Estampes.

Etaples (Estaples, Stables, Estaplis, Stapulles), in France, i. 65, 250, 262, 364, 394, 471, 481 (p. 227), 507, 509, 527, 529, 553, 558, 563, 577, 586, 588, 622, 632, 636, 685–6, 693, 706–7, 726, 762, 779 (1, 2), 785 ii., 803, 819, 874 ii., 1095,1530; ii. 13, 376,683, 693.

-, difficulties (detailed) of an attack upon, i. 577 (2).

Ethell, Nthld. See Etal.

Etbenton, —, i. 1279 (p., 628).

Ethercreche, Soms. See Evercreech.

Etheridge, John, ii. 712 xi.:— g. 200 (9).

Etle, Nthld. See Etal.

Etloe (Etlowe), Glouc, ii. 436.

Eton (Eaton), Bucks, i. 148 (13).

-, College, i. 643 (f. 85*), 1280 (f. 45).

-, -, provost or master. See Aldridge, R.

-, -, surrender of certain lands, ii. 582.

-, -, vice-provost and bursers, i. 738.

Eton, Leic. See Eaton.

Eton, Maurice, i. 963 (125).

-, Ralph, i. g. 304 (1 p. 244).

-, Wm., escheator of Denbigh, ii. g. 773 ii.

Etswarte. See Yetswaert.

Ettaill, Nthld. See Etal.

Ettes, Wm., i. g. 970 (62).

Ettrick Forest, in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 626).

Eucharist. See Sacrament of the Altar.

Euhurste, Surr. See Ewhurste.

Eure. See Evers.

Eureby, Linc. See Ewerby.

Eurye. See Evers.

Eustace (Ewstas), Thomas viscount Baltinglas, signature of, i. 427.

Evan, Hugh, i. g. 1166 (61).

Evanke, —, i. 22.

Evans, John, ii. g. 332 (87).

-, Julian, Clerk of the Council of Wales (4 Jan., 1546), i. g. 149 (4).

-, Robt., i. 643 (f. 20); ii. 775 (f. 30).

-, (Evanse), Thos., i. g. 149 (34).

Evelaw (lvell), in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 631).

Evell, Kent. See Ifield.

Evenet, Giles, graver of the Mint at Bristol, i. 650 (42):— g. 716 (7).

Everard, George, i. 848.

-, Joan, i. g. 302 (65 p. 153).

-, Ric., i. 643 (f. 45); ii. 775 (f. 62).

-, (Evererde), Thos., auditor, i. 643 (f. 85*), 1195:-g. 717 (13).

Everatt, Ric., i. g. 1383 (89), 1537 (35).

Evercreech (Ethercreeehe), Soms., ii. p. 434.

Everdeiis or Everdes, Everart, i. g. 1383 (11); ii. 199 (5).

Everey. See Evreux.

Everinge, Daniel, ii. 331 (25).

Everingham, Thos., ii. 331 (12).

Everley, Wilts, i. g. 1383 (20).

Evers (Evre, Ever, Eure, Eurye), Sir William lord, of the Council of the North, lord warden of the East Marches, i. 353, 406, 591 (p. 290), 678, 684, 719, 774 804, 822, 901, 986, 1279, 1322 1410, 1457, 1468:— g. 302 (30 bis), 1383 (55); ii. 181, 428 600, 611.

-, -, letters from, 11. 600, 611.

-, -, his son, 11. 611 (3).

Evers (Ewry), Harry, son of Lord Evers, i. 1279 (pp. 625–7, 629–31)

-, (Ewer), Ric., King's chaplain, i.148 (94) :— g. 149 (34).

-, Sir Ralph, lord warden of the Middle Marches, (killed in 1545), i. 608 (p. 296), 1279 (pp. 627, 630).

-, Robert, serjeant at arms. ii. g. 476 (69).

-, (Ewry), Rog., i. g. 718 (4 p. 358).

Eversden Magna, Camb., i. p. 772.

Everthorpe, Yorks., i. g. 1383 (95).

Everton, Edw., i. g. 1537 (23).

-, John, ii. g. 773 ii. (6).

-, Mich., ii. 775 (f. 11).

Eves, John, ii. g. 648 (13).

Evesham (Evisham),Worc, ii. 647 (53)

-, abbey (supp.), i. 643 (f. 19, 85*):— pp. 769, 770, 781:— g. 149 (32), 302 (65), 1166 (73 p. 581), 1537 (29); 11. 775 (f. 38):— pp. 433, 439, 441:— g. 332 (7), 648 (25).

-, -, abbot. See Hawford, P.

All Saints, i. g. 302 (65);ii. g. 332 (7).

Almenswoode, ii. g. 332 (7).

Britten Street, ii. g. 332 (7).

High Street, ii. g. 332 (7).

Horse Lane, ii. g. 332 (7).

Le Merstowe, ii. g. 332 (7).

Le Shambles, ii. g. 332 (7).

Rotten Rewe, 11. g. 332 (7).

Ryvell, ii. g. 332 (7).

St. George's, ii. g. 332 (7).

St. Laurence, i. g. 302 (65); ii. g. 332 (7).

Evion, co. Carnarvon. See Eifionydd.

Evisham. See Evesham.

Evre. See Evers.

Evreux (Everey, Deurax), Gabriel le Veneur, bp. of, i. 1352 ii., 1384 (pp. 694, 697), 1394 (5).

Ewan or Ewen, Jasper, i. 1279 (pp, 626, 628).

Ewarde, John, i. g. 718 (4 p. 358).

Ewden manor, Bucks, i. g. 970 (62).

Ewelme honor, Oxon, i. 1165 (100); ii. g. 648 (10).

Ewer. See Eure.

Ewerby (Ewreby, Eureby), Linc, i. g. 149 (40), 302 (65 p. 152).

Ewere (Yeowere, Eowere), Thos., ii. g. 773 ii. (18).

Ewes, Yorks, i. g. 1537 (17). Qu. Ouse?

Ewes Harrolde. See Ewias Harold.

Ewhurst (Euhurste, Ewerst, Howherst), Surr., i. p. 774; ii. g. 771 (3), 773 i. (28).

Ewias Harold (Ewes Harrolde), Heref. i. g. 1537 (17 p. 763).

Ewias Lacy (Ewiuslacy), Heref., i. g. 970 (13); ii. g. 476 (1).

Ewias Lacy hundred, Heref., i. g. 1166 (47).

Eworth, Nthld., ii. 475 (45).

Ewreby, Linc. See Ewerby.

Ewry. See Evere.

Ewstas. See Eustace.

Ewtright. See Utrecht.

Ewyas Lacy, Heref. See Ewias.

Excestre or Excetter. See Exeter.

Exchequer, Court of, i. 8, 24, 41, 108, 116, 148 (10, 29, 41), 154, 171, 239, 259, 269, 303, 353, 386, 437, 478, 526, 536, 549, 573, 585, 591, 605, 619, 635, 684, 698–9, 759, 764, 845, 884, 912, 957, 992, 1022, 1041, 1065, 1145, 1165 (17), 1194, 1229, 1241, 1255, 1273, 1332, 1397, 1536 (9):— g. 716 (14, 15), 718 (18), 970 (45), 1166 (71); ii. 58, 134, 331 (39), 647 (17):— g. 332 (43), 476 (72), 771 (1).

-, chancellor. See Baker, Sir J.

-, declaration of receipts and issues, ii. 180.

-, messengers, i. g. 1383 (68).

Executors, ii. 759.

Exeter (Excestre, Excetter, Exetour), i. 11, 21, 24, 487, 647, 946, 961, 1280 (f. 28):— g. 302 (28, 30 p. 147); ii. p. 455.

-, mayor of, i. 946.

Cathedral, i. 148 (69), 301 (31), 650 (87), 963 (61, 63); ii. 739:— g. 648 (25 p. 337).

-, dean. See Heynes, S. Grey Friars (supp.), i. 1280 (f. 28).

St. John's Hospital or priory (supp.), i. 643 (f. 47); ii. 775 (f. 65).

St. Nicholas' priory (supp.), i. 1220 (f. 28):— g. 504 (32).

South Street, i. g. 149 (37).

Exeter, bp. of. See Voysey, J.

Exeter, bpric. of, i. g. 504 (32).

Exeter, Duchy of, i. g. 149 (30).

Exeter, Henry Courteney Marquis of (executed 9 Dec, 1538), i. 1280 (f. 39):— g. 970 (44), 1166 (42), 1383 (2, 110), 1537 (11 bis, 35); ii. 554 (p. 283):— g. 200 (29), 476 (p. 248), 648 (53), 771 (7, 21).

Exeter, Gertrude Marchioness of, attainted in 1538, but pardoned, i. g. 1166 (42); ii. 554 (p. 283):— g. 648 (46).

Exhall, Warw., i. g. 1383 (89).

Exleby (Exilbye), Yorks., ii. p. 441.

Exlonde, Cumb., ii. g. 332 (53).

Exmew, Thos., i. 643 (f. 22).

Exmouth, Devon, i. g. 1383 (110); ii. p. 455.

Extwistle (Extwysell), Lanc, i. g. 1383 (66).

Eydebergh. See Heidelberg.

Eye, Suff., i. g. 504 (15); ii. g. 773 i. (36).

Eye, John, i. g. 1383 (110).

Eyer. See Eyre.

Eyke (Gyke), Suff., i. g- 302 (56).

Eyldon, Wm, ii. p. 439.

Eyllinghame, Suff. See Icklingham.

Eynesham, Oxon. See Ensham.

Eynysworth. Fras., ii. g. 771 (37).

Eyot, Herts. See Ayot.

Eyre (Ayer), Edm., ii. g. 648 (43, 51 p. 344).

-, Edw., i. 67.

-, Emota, ii. p. 438.

-, (Ayer), Frances, ii. g. 476 (p. 246).

-, Godfrey, ii. p. 648.

-, Hen., ii. g. 200(38).

-, (Eyer, Ayer, Eire), John, i. 148 (44), 643 (ff. 53, 86), 1280 (§ 1 f. 6, § 6):— p. 769:— g. 302 (30); ii. 775 (f. 70):— g. 476 (96).

-, Laur., ii. p. 438.

-, (Eyer), Robt., i. g. 1537 (17); ii. p. 441.

-, (Eyere), Rog., escheator of Notts and Derb. (a.d. 1516), ii. g. 773 i.

-, (Ayer), Thos., ii. g. 476 (p. 246).

Eyston. See Easton.

Eyton, Beds. See Eaton Bray.

Eyton, Chesh. See Eaton.

Eyton, Leic. See Eaton.

Eyton Park alias Parowtyn, co. Denbigh, ii. g. 332 (23).

Eyton (Eytonne), John, i. 1280 (f. 14); ii. g. 332 (91).

Eytsuart. See Yetswaert.

Eyttell Wolff (Eidelwolff), von Gudenburg, lord of Itter, a captain of Germans, i. 163, 181 (p. 91).



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