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'Index: F', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 21 Part 2: September 1546-January 1547 (1910), pp. 596-609. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=80900 Date accessed: 31 July 2014.


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F., A. See Flammock, Sir A.

F., Mr., i. 1180.

Fabian (Favian), Edw., i. 1384 (p. 695).

Faceby (Faysbye), Yorks., ii. g. 771 (23).

Fader, John, i. g. 1537 (25).

Fadmoor, Yorks., ii. p. 437.

Fagius, Paul, ii. 767 (19).

Fagotzser, Valentine, i. 478.

Failford Trinitarian Friars, in Scotland, minister of, i. 1363.

Fairclyff, Ric., ii. p. 434.

Fairfax (Ferfaxe), Guy, ii. g. 332 (70).

-, Miles, ii. g. 771 (37).

-, Sir Nic., ii. 472.

-, (Ferfaxe), Thos., ii. g. 332 (70).

-, (Ferfaxe), Wm., ii. g. 332 (70).

Fairford (Fayreforde), Glouc., i. g. 717 (5); ii. g. 771 (19).

Fairlight (Farleigh), Suss., ii. g. 771. (3).

Fairnington (Farmyngton), in Scotland, i. 1279 (pp. 627, 630).

Fairsted, Essex, i. g. 1537 (35).

Fakenham (Fawkenhamdam), Norf., ii. g. 648 (51).

Falcon (Fawcon), Mich.,i. g. 1166 (26).

Falconer (Fawkenour, Fawconer), John, i. g. 302 (65); ii. g. 773 i. (28).

-, (Fawkenor), Ric., ii. g. 200 (50).

-, (Fawkener, Fawkenor), Thos., i. g. 504 (1 p. 244), 1383 (89); ii. g. 200 (50), 771 (37).

-, (Fawkener), Wm., ii. g. 773 ii. (16).

Falconer's (Fawconers) prebend, Essex, i. g. 1383 (18).

Falkenham (Faltenham, Faulkenham), Suff., i. pp. 769, 781.

Fallegrave (in Scarborough ?), Yorks., ii. p. 437.

Falley, Berks. See Fawley.

Fallside (Fawsid) Hill, in Hume parish, Scotland, i. 127 (9p. 626).

Falmouth (Famouth), Cornw., i. 113, 591, 1137.

-, fortress at, ii. 770 (46)

Falscastele. See Fast Castle.

Faltenham, Suff. See Falkenham.

Fambridge, South-, Essex, ii. g. 648 (61).

Famouth. See Falmouth.

Fane, Oliver, ii. g. 200 (30).

-, Sir Ralph, lieutenant of the Pensioners, i. 5, 127, 145, 179, 1165 (51), 1433:— g. 1382 (57); ii. 331 (21):— g. 332 (79).

-, Ralph, ii. 712 xv.

Fangfoss (Spittle Fangfosse), Yorks., i. g. 718 (4); ii. g. 332 (46).

Fanne, John, ii. 572.

Fans (Fawnes), in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 630).

Fanthorpe (Faunthorpe), Linc, i. g. 717 (13).

Farborne, John, i. g. 718 (4, 21).

Fareham, Hants, i. 113.

Faringdon, Hants. See Farrington.

Farjeux haven, in England, ii. 521.

Farleigh,Suss., See Fairlight.

Farleton, Westmld., ii. g. 476 (107).

Farley Hungerford (Farleigh), Soms. and Wilts, priory (supp.), ii. g. 648 (25).

Farmborough (Faronboroughe), Soms. i. g. 970 (62 p. 489).

Farmer (Former), Laur., i. g. 504 (1).

-, (Fermor, Fermour), Richard, attainted, i. g. 1383 (110 p. 693) ii. g. 476 (p. 245).

-, (Fermer), Robt., i. g. 1166 (73).

-, (Fermour, Farmour), Sir Wm., i. 91 (Norf.), 1384 (p. 696).

-, (Fermour, Fermar, Farmar). Wm., i. 148 (10), 643 (f. 55):— g. 970 (32); ii. 775 (f. 72).

Farmyngton. See Fairnington.

Farndon (Farnedon), Ntht., i. g. 1168 (29).

Farneham, Henry, i. 759.

Farnell, Thos., i. g. 718 (4 p. 357).

Farnese, Alexander, Pope Paul III., q.v.

Farnese (Fernesye, Fernesius), Alexander, Cardinal, grandson of the preceding, Legate with the Emperor's army, eldest son of Pier Luigi, i. 10, 45, 96, 461, 466, 542, 572, 715, 1012, 1050, 1070(4), 1109, 1175, 1272, 1277, 1294, 1301, 1309, 1353, 1356, 1419, 1451; ii. 228, 285, 309 (p. 143 "legate"), 384, 484, 496 (p. 257), 507, 590, 603, 633, 727.

-, -, letters to, i. 96, 461, 466, 1012, 1050; ii. 590, 727.

Farnese, Horatio, son of Pier Duigi, i. 1294; ii. 496 (p. 257), 602.

Farnese, Octavio, duke of Camerino, the Pope's "nephew," son of Pier Luigi, i. 212 (p. 103), 1070 (4), 1155 (2), 1191, 1285, 1294, 1459; ii. 496 (p. 257).

Farnese, Pier Luigi, duke of Castro and of Piacenza, son of Paul III., i. 423 (p. 199), 550, 618, 1070 (4 "Duke of Piacenza"), 1408; ii. 269.

-, his daughter to marry the Prince of Piedmont, i. 423 (p. 199).

Farnese, Rainutio, abp. of Naples, Cardinal (a.d. 1545), 4th son of Pier Luigi, i. 10.

Farnham (Tharnam), Nthld., ii. 428.

Farnham (Farnam) Royal, Bucks, ii. p. 435.

Farningo, Ntht. See Farthingho.

Farnley (Ferneley), Yorks., i. g. 1166 (73 p. 581).

Farnyhalghs or Fernyhalgh, Ric., i. p. 785:— g. 1537 (17).

Farnyngho, Ntht. See Farthingho.

Faronboroughe, Soms. See Farmborough.

Farrare, Simon, ii. p. 433.

Farre, Frideswide, i. g. 1537 (35).

-, Thos., ii. g. 648 (22).

-, (Farr, Ferr), Walter, keeper of evidences and receiver general of woods in the Court of Augmentations, i. 643 (f. 62), 1150, 1280 (ff. 47, 50):— g. 1537 (35).

Farrington (Faringdon), Hants, i. g. 504 (32); ii. g. 200 (34).

Farrington, Jas., i. g. 1383 (89).

-, (Faryngton), Roland, ii. g. 771 (14).

-, Thos., i. g. 504 (16).

-, (Faryngdon), Wm., i. g. 149 (14).

Farsley (Farseley), Yorks., i. g. 718 (4 p. 357).

Farthingho (Farningo, Farningho), Ntht., i. g. 1166 (7); ii. g. 771 (25).

Faryngdon. See Farrington.

Fassher, Alleyne, ii. 43.

Fast Castle (Falscastell), in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 629).

-, captain of. See Seton.

Fastern (Little Vasterne) park, Wilts, in Wootton Bassett, i. g. 970 (53).

Father, Wm., i. g. 149 (37).

Faukenapultre alias Fackenapultre, Worc, ii. g. 476 (p. 247).

Faulkenham, Suff. See Falkenham.

Faulkner, Mrs., at Basle, ii. 645.

Faulquemberge, Jacques de, Sieur de Lignes, q.v.

Faunt, Wm., i. 503 (2).

Faunthorpe, Linc. See Fanthorpe.

Fauxflete, Yorks. See Faxfleet.

Faversham (Feversham), Kent, i. 148 (30):— g. 149 (33); ii. p. 454:— g. 200 (10, 24), 476 (12, 96), 648 (22).

-, charter to, i. g. 149 (33).

-, abbey (supp.), i. p. 783:— g. 1166 (73 p. 581); ii. g. 200 (24), 476 (96), 648 (22).

-, -, John abbot of (a.d. 1537), ii. g. 200 (10).

-, Northstrete, i. g. 149 (33).

Faversham Blean, Kent, i. p. 783.

Favian. See Fabian.

Fawcell, Arth., ii. g. 648 (17).

Fawcett, Arthur, Chr., Cuthbert, Edw., Geoffrey, George, Gilbert, Giles, Jenkin, Margaret, Reginald, Richard, Robert, Roland, Stephen, Thomas and William, ii. g. 648 (17).

Fawcett (Fawsett) Forest, Westmld., i. p. 773.

Fawcon. See Falcon.

Fawdon (Phaudon), Philip, i. 643 (f. 25); ii. 775 (f. 32).

Fawex. See Vaux.

Fawkener. See Falconer.

Fawkenhamdam, Norf. See Fakenham.

Fawkenor or Fawkenour. See Falconer.

Fawley (Falley), Berks, i. g. 302 (8).

Fawnes. See Fans.

Fawsid. See Fallside.

Fawxe. See Vaux.

Faxfleet (Fauxflete), Yorks., ii. g. 476 (p. 245).

Fayerclogh, Chr., Richard and Thomas, ii. g. 772 (4).

Fayre or Fayrey (Fayer), Mrs., of Calais, i. 22, 153, 631, 709, 1180 (pp. 586–7).

-, -, her son. See White.

Fayrewell, Wm., ii. p. 438.

Faysbye, Yorks. See Faceby.

Fearyshe, John, ii. 175.

Featherstone (Fedderston), Yorks., ii. 648 (25 pp. 334, 338).

Fécamp (Feccham), in Normandy, i. 803; ii. 679.

Feckenham, John, Bonner's chaplain, afterwards (1556) abbot of Westminster, sermon by, ii. 710.

Fedderston, Yorks. See Featherstone.

Feelde, Suss., ii. g. 476 (p. 247).

Feering (Feryng), Essex, ii. g. 332 (91).

Feld, Staff., i. g. 149 (39).

Feld and Knoll, Suss., i. g. 1166 (15).

Feldinge. See Fielding.

Felixstow (Fylstowe), Suff., i. pp. 769, 781.

-, St. Peter's priory (supp. by Wolsey), i. p. 780.

Felley, Notts, priory (supp.), i. g. 1166 (73 p. 581); ii. g. 200 (18).

Felmersham (Femysham), Beds, ii. 320:— g. 648 (51–2).

Felsham, Suff., ii. g. 648 (62 p. 347).

Felsted, Essex, i. g. 1383 (18).

Felsted, Thos., i. 738.

Felthershaws, in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 628).

Felton, Nthld., i. g. 1166 (65).

Feltwell, Norf., St. Nicholas, i. g. 504 (8).

Femysham, Beds. See Felmersham.

Fen, Geo.,ii. 769ii. (15).

-, John at, i. g. 1537 (11).

Fenne, John, i. g. 716 (17).

Fennes. See Fiennes.

Fennor, John, escheator of Surr, and Suss. (a.d. 1545), ii. g. 773 ii.

Fennycompton. See Compton.

Fennye, Ric., i. g. 504 (1).

Fenseclif, Wm., ii. 770 (17).

Fenton, Nthld., i. 1279 (pp. 625, 628, 630):— g. 1383 (55).

Fenton, Yorks., ii. g. 332 (70).

Fenton, John, i. 1280 (f. 5).

Fentre. See Fintry.

Fenwick (Fenwike), George, i. 814, 1382 (71).

-, Sir John, dec., i. g. 970 (36).

-, John, i. g. 970 (36).

-, (Fenwike), Ralph, escheator of Nthld., ii. 618:— g. 773 i. (p. 424).

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

-, Sir Roger, i. g. 970 (36).

Feothok. See Futhog.

Feraier, Pies de, i. 147 (2).

Ferde, Staff. See Ford.

Ferder, Thos., ii. g. 332 (87).

Ferdinand (Ferdinando), King of the Romans, and of Hungary, archduke of Austria, brother of Charles V., i. 8 (pp. 4, 6), 78, 96, 128, 181, 212, 230–1, 233, 286, 412–3, 439 (p. 208), 469, 492, 540, 569, 580 (p. 282), 606, 625, 730 (p. 365), 833, 931–2, 998, 1011, 1018 (p. 511), 1070 (1 p. 532), 1070 (4), 1104, 1155 (2), 1180, 1191, 1276, 1301, 1312, 1343, 1480, 1508; ii. 145, 187, 197, 209, 255, 313, 351–2, 377, (p. 183), 379–80, 384 (p. 187), 388, 430, 438, 456, 471, 484, 496 (pp. 256–7), 503, 507, 515, 546 (p. 276), 550, 558, 566, 670 ii., 681, 708, 717, 764.

-, -, letter from, ii. 351.

-, -, letter to, ii. 681.

-, -, ambassadors to, Venetian, i. 1004.

-, -, his chancellor Olaus, ii. 735.

-, -, his daughters, i. 8 (pp. 4, 6), 65, 212, 286, 540, 569, 931–2, 1343. See also Cleves, duke of; and Bavaria, Albert of.

-, -, his Queen. See Anne of Bohemia.

-, -, his vice-chancellor, ii. 566.

Ferdinand, Archduke, second son of King Ferdinand, i. 1480.

Ferebie priory. See Ferriby.

Ferebie, Thos., ii. g. 200 (24).

Ferfaxe. See Fairfax.

Feria, Peter Fernandez de Figueroa Count of, i. 52 ii.

Fermar or Fermer. See Farmer.

Fermerye, Wm., i. p. 784.

Fermor or Fermoure. See Farmer.

Fernandez, Ant., i. 946.

-, (Fernandes), Petrus, ii. 331 (48).

Ferne, —, i. 528.

-, John and Margery, ii. 246.

-, Thos., ii. g. 200 (31).

Ferneley, Yorks. See Farnley.

Femesye. See Farnese.

Fernyhalgh. See Farnyhalghs.

Ferrar, Jas., i. p. 785.

Ferrara, i. 756.

-, letters dated at, i. 1321, 1408; ii. 227.

Ferrara, Cardinal of. See Este, Ippolito de.

Ferrara, Hercules d'Este duke of, i. 301 (38), 677, 724, 895, 1070 (4), 1321, 1343, 1408 ii. 227, 306.

-, -, letters from, i. 1321, 1408; ii. 227.

Ferrari, John Bernardino. See Bernardino.

Ferrers (Ferreys), Walter Devereux, lord, i. 91 (Staff.), 400, 650 (1), 1246, 1280 (f. 35), 1384 (pp. 695 ter, 696):— g. 970 (32); ii. 759:— g. 332 (86).

-, -, letter from, i. 400.

Ferrers of Groby, lord, i. g. 149 (40).

Ferrers, George, i. 1280 (f. 8).

-, (Ferrys), Richard, King's surgeon, ii. 634 (1, 10).

Ferrets, ii. 769 ii. (4).

Ferrettus, Jo. Petrus, of Ravenna, bp. of Melos in the Cyclades, i. 1287 (p. 641).

Ferriby (Ferybye, Ferebie), Yorks., priory (supp.), i. pp. 769 782, 784:— g. 718 (4 p. 357); ii. g. 476 (85), 648 (62 p. 348).

Ferrieres. See La Fere.

Ferrour, Thos., i. p. 785.

-, Wm., ii. g. 476 (1).

Ferrys. See Ferrers.

Ferybye, Yorks. See Ferriby.

Feryng, Essex. See Feering.

Fesaunt, Jasper, i. 91 (Midd.)

Fesher. See Fisher.

Fesolo. See Fiesole.

Feteplace. See Fetyplace.

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

Fetherstone, Arthur, i. p. 778.

Fetyplace or Fetiplace, Edm., i. g, 1166 (21).

-, (Feteplace), Edw., i. 91 (Berks), 643 (ff. 46, 54), 1617:— g. 302 (8); ii. 775 (f. 71):— g. 332 (91).

-, -, letter from, i. 1617.

-, (Feteplace), Eleanor, i. 643 (f. 6); ii. 775 (f. 7).

-, Eliz., ii. g. 332 (91).

-, (Phetiplace), Philip, ii. g. 648 (25 p. 336).

-, Ursula, i. 643 (f. 6); ii. 775 (f. 7).

-, (Phetiplace), Wm., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 337).

Fewater. See Fitzwalter.

Fewston (Foyston), Yorks., i. p. 781.

Fiasco. See Fiesco.

Fielde, Ric., i. 643 (f. 73).

Fielding (Feldinge), Sir Wm., i. 91 (Warw.) , ii. g. 771 (37).

Fiennes (Fynes, Fines) in Boulonnais, i. 1228, 1444; ii. 9, 234, 750:— p. 463.

-, greffier of (?), ii. 8.

-, wood called Puy de Cerf, ii. 730.

Fiennes, Mons. de, his heir, i. 1228.

Fiennes (Fennes), Sir Edw., lord Clinton, q.v.

-, Thomas, lord Dacre, q.v.

Fiesco (Fiasco, Flescho), Count of, and his brother, Count Cornelio, i. 379, 1281, 1382 (60), 1463, 1471; ii. 81, 331 (63), 699 ii.

Fiesole (Fesolo), Braccius Martelli bp. of, i. 115.

Fife, in Scotland, i. 1043; ii. 6.

Fifteenth, the, ii. 172.

Figheldean (Fyzhalden, Fitz Halden), Wilts, i. g. 504 (1), 970 (62 p. 489).

Figueiredo, Gaspar de, envoy from Portugal, ii. 364.

Figueroa, Peter Fernandez de, count of Feria, q.v.

Filcoke, Hugh, i. g. 1537 (21).

Filham, Devon, l. g. 149 (37).

Filoll (Fylowe), Jasper, ii. g. 200 (24).

Fillongley (Fyllyngley), Warw., i. g. 1537 (7).

Finche, Hen., i. g. 1537 (24).

-, Robt., i. g. 504 (16).

-, Sir Wm., i. 91 (Kent), 1280 (f. 40), 1384 (p. 695):— g. 302 (30).

Finchley, Midd., ii. g. 773 ii. (9, 25).

Findern (Fynderna), Derb., i. g. 149 (39); ii. g. 332 (76).

Finderne, Wm., i. 1388 (4).

Fines Castle. See Fiennes.

Fineshade (Fynneshed), Ntht., priory (supp.), i. g. 504 (1).

Finger, Lucas. See Fringher.

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

Finkill, Jas., i. g. 504 (11).

-, Wm., i. g. 504 (11).

Finmere, Oxon, ii. g. 332 (54).

Finney, Wm., i. g. 1537 (35).

Finningley, Notts, i. g. 149 (27).

Fintry (Fentre), laird of, i. 116.

First Fruits, Statute of, i. 152; ii. 710.

First Fruits and Tenths, Court of, i. 947, 1041, 1145, 1226:— g. 302 (36), 1166 (53, 71); ii. 181:— g. 476 (72).

-, -, attorney, i. g. 970 (14). See Chidley, R.

-, -, messenger, i. g. 1383 (46). See Welles, J.

Fish and fishing, i. 100, 334, 395, 450, 529, 643 (f. 76), 911:— p. 781:— g. 504 (11), 970 (39); ii. 542:— g. 773 i. (4).

-, price of fish, i. 969 (2).

-, fishing regulations, ii. 759.

-, barger fish, i. 350.

-, cod, i. 305–6.

-, "dogge," i. 305.

-, haberdyne, ii. 3.

-, haddock, i. 1080.

-, herrings, i. 7, 193, 199, 200, 202, 305–6, 359, 363, 419, 470, 471 (p. 220), 788,1187; ii. 724.

-, ling, ii. 325.

-, Newfoundland (Neweland) fish, i. 1445.

-, roetscall, i. 350.

-, salmon, i. 780; ii. 181.

-, salmon of the Meuse, i. 768.

-, salt fish and stockfish, i. 352, 363, 1311, 1491 (p. 744); ii. 3, 724, 775 (f. 86).

-, sturgeon, i. 1384 (p. 696); ii. 181.

-, "whalles fish" and whale oil, i. 554.

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

Fisher, —, i. 1280 (3).

-, (Fyssher), Mrs., i. 153.

-, Gilb., i. g. 1166 (26).

-, Hen., i. g. 1166 (37 p. 574–5), 1383 (110).

-, Hugh, i. g. 149 (14).

-, John, S.T.B., i. g. 504 (8).

-, .John, clk., ii. g. 773 i.

-, John, i. 301 (27), 1179, 1280 (f. 10).

-, -, deposition by, i. 1179.

-, Sir Michael, ii. 472:— g. 648 (22).

-, Ric., i. g. 717 (10), 1166 (37 p. 574–5), 1383 (110 p. 693).

-, (Fesher), Thos., i. 1270:— g. 1166 (37); ii. 712 xv.:— g. 200 (38).

-, Wm., mayor of Dover (1544–5), ii. 39.

-, Wm., i. p. 781; ii. g. 648 (51 p. 343).

Fishpole (Fysshepole), Kent, i. 1280 (f. 40).

Fiske, Geoff., ii. g. 332 (56).

Fisshbill, John, i. 1290.

Fittleworth (Fetilworthe), Suss., See Lee, John.

Fitton or Fytton, Sir Edw., i. g. 970 (32).

-, Mich., i. g. 970(54).

-, (Phitton), Nic., i. 91 (1, 2, Heref.)

Fitz, Simon, escheator of Beds and Bucks (a.d. 1525), ii. g. 773 i. (p. 424).

Fitzgerald, Thomas, son of Gerald ninth earl of Kildare, justice of Ireland (in 1534), i. 918.

Fitzgerald (Garrett), Mrs., i. 1384 (p. 697); ii. 199 (75).

-, Lady Cecily, daughter of the earl of Kildare, ii. 391.

-, James, earl of Desmond, q.v.

-, Maurice, brother of Desmond, i. 275 ii.

-, Thomas, governor of Ireland in 1528, i. 918.

Fitz Halden, Wilts. See Figheldean.

Fitzherbert (Fitzharbart), Bridget i. g. 643 (f. 5); ii. 775 (f. 6).

-, Michael, ii. g. 648 (43, 51 p. 344).

-, Thos., i. 67.

Fitzhugh, Thos., i. 643 (f. 56); ii. 775 (f. 73).

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

Fitzjames, Mr., ii. 184.

-, Nic., sheriff of Soms. and Dors. (1545–6), ii. 472.

Fitz Johne of Desmond, Sir Gerald. See McShane, Sir G.

Fitz Simons, Ric., i. 922.

Fitz Stephen (Fythz Stywyn), Maurice, ii. 175.

Fitzwalter (Fewater), Lady, i. 969 iii., 1384 (p. 697).

-, (Fytzwater), Sir Thomas Ratcliff lord, son of the earl of Sussex, i. 9, 1235, 1384 (p. 696); ii. 523.

-, -, letter from, ii. 523.

Fitzwilliam or FitzWilliams, —, i. 1536 (28–9).

-, Lady, i. 1181 (p. 589).

-, Mr., ii. 181.

-, Lady Elizabeth, widow of Sir George, i. g. 970 (62 p. 489).

-, Mabel, i. p. 777.

-, Michael, i. 643 (f. 60):— p. 777.

-, Sir Wm., earl of Southampton, q.v.

-, Wm., 1. 649, 1280 (f. 34) :— p. 777.

Flakett, John, ii. g. 476 (p. 247).

Flammock, Sir Andrew, porter of Boulogne, i. 33, 205, 250, 394, 425, 433:— g. 970 (62 p. 489).

-, -, signature of (A. F.), i. 33, 205, 250.

-, -, Eliz. his wife, i. g. 970 (62 p. 489).

Flamstead (Flampstede), Herts, i. 963 (75).

Flamsted, Herts, i. g. 1537 (29).

Flanders, Flemings, and the Low Countries or Netherlands, Basse Country, Lower Germany, i. 4, 8, 26, 36, 52 ii., 54, 71–2, 80, 133, 154, 171, 175, 211–2, 231, 259, 267, 303, 315, 330–2, 350, 369, 380, 382–3, 405, 425, 432, 439, 458, 469, 521, 538, 550, 585, 588, 593, 605, 614 i., ii., 635, 643 (ff. 64, 71–3, 75–6, 84–5, 701–2, 723, 748–9, 751, 762, 777, 798, 860, 864, 868, 884, 890, 899, 954, 983, 986, 1063, 1070 (4), 1073, 1075, 1093, 1098, 1124, 1141, 1155 (2), 1160, 1167, 1180, 1191, 1227–8, 1275, 1319, 1323, 1332, 1343, 1350, 1371, 1398, 1429, 1438, 1445, 1464, 1491 (p. 744), 1502:— g. 504 (33); 11. 58, 94, 112, 152, 178, 209, 216, 238–9, 244, 268, 278, 297, 309, 322, 337, 348, 374, 376, 380, 387, 430, 443–4, 458 (p. 217), 459 (p. 218), 465, 496, 515, 542, 568, 577, 602, 618, 647 (62), 662, 675, 678, 690, 708 (p. 370), 767 (2), 775 (f. 84–5):— p. 461.

-, Admiral of. See Beures, sieur de.

-, Ambassadors in. See under Mary of Hungary.

-, Bishops, i. 1155 (2).

-, Coinage. See below Mint.

-, Council or Privy Council ("Emperor's Council" ) of, i. 220, 276, 330–2, 373, 383, 407, 453, 465, 495, 511–2, 522, 614–5, 629, 749, 846, 875, 983–5, 1056, 1090, 1106, 1390, 1458, 1513; ii. 75, 214, 393, 471, 717.

-, -, president. See Schore, Dr. L.

-, Court of, i. 434, 578, 795, 1101, 1231, 1376, 1398, 1508; ii. 33, 51, 70 (p. 29), 146, 292, 348).

-, English coins in, i. 1202, 1210, 1261, 1420. 1448 (p. 726).

-, English merchants in, i. 8 (p. 5), 545, 1458; ii. 55, 214. See also under Antwerp.

-, Estates of, i. 211.

-, fishermen of, i. 1056.

-, Governor. See Roeulx, comtede.

-, Great Master of. See Roeulx, comte de.

-, map of, ii. p. 461.

-, Mint and coinage in, i. 1448 (p. 726).

-, report by the officers, i. 1202.

-, postmaster (Emperor's), ii. 290.

-, proclamation against books, i. 1460.

-, Regent of. See Mary.

-, safe conduct for Scots to trade in, i. 380; ii. 392, 547.

-, supplies of victuals and carriage from, i. 286, 315, 337, 340, 343, 407, 422, 455, 470, 550, 607. See also Grain.

-, tariffs in (lists), i. 1089 (2, 3).

-, Treasurer in, ii. 197.

-, treaties of intercourse with, i. 71 (3), 1143, 1458.

-, treaty of intercourse (6 April, 1545), the "agreement or appointment made by Paget," i. 8, 87 (p. 38), 615.

-, treaty with Scotland. See Scotland.

Flaterton, Nthld. See Flotterton.

Flavius, Melchior, a Minorite, i. 475 (p. 223).

Flaxley, Glouc, ii. 436.

Flaxton, Yorks., i. p. 777.

Fleetham (Fletam), Nthld., i. g. 504 (11).

Fleet Marston (Flete merston), Bucks, i. g. 504 (12).

Flemeby, Cumb. See Flimby.

Fleming (Flemyn), Malcolm lord, i. 183, 980, 1002, 1043, 1364, 1369, 1404, 1456, 1466–7, 1486; ii. 473, 544, 575–6, 695.

Fleming (Flemming), Dennis, i. 971, 1357.

-, (Flemming, Flemmyng), Francis, i. 269, 303, 643 (ff. 67, 72, 76, 78), 738, 884 (? "Thomas F.), 1041, 1342 (? "Thos." F.), 1397; ii. 498, 618, 661, 775 (ff. 82, 91–2, 96–7):— g. 648 (62 p. 347).

-, James, baron of Slane, signature of, i. 427.

-, (Flemmynge), John, ii. g. 332 (7).

-, Thos., i. 1342.

Flemish fishermen, i. 305–6.

Flemish merchants in England ("Emperor's subjects"), and their grievances, i. 8 (pp. 5, 6), 48, 65, 83, 87 (p. 38), 122, 126, 212, 220, 227, 266, 286 (p. 135), 289, 345, 412, 421, 446–7, 470, 588–9, 606, 699, 702, 832, 846–7, 875, 931; ii. 36, 55, 259, 461, 713. See also Rede, Dr. Ric.; Vander Burgh, A.

-, -, commission by Charles V., i. 832.

Flemming. See Fleming.

Flene, John, ii. 769 iv. (4).

Flescho. See Fiesco.

Flesh in Lent, i. 334, 356.

Fletam, Nthld. See Fleetham.

Fletcher, Chr., ii. g. 773 ii. (25).

-, James, mayor of Cambridge, ii. 572.

-, Ric., of Rye, i. 774.

-, .Robt., i. g. 1537 (21).

-, (Flecher), Thos., vicar of Runcorn, i. 1280 (§ 1 f. 2, §§ 2, 3, 4).

-, Wm, i. g. 302 (65); ii. g. 332 (7).

Fletemerston, Bucks. See Fleet Marston.

Fletewoode (Fletwood), Edm., i. 643 (f. 10); ii. 775 (f. 13).

-, (Fletwudde), Edw., ii. g. 772 (4).

-, John, i. 643 (ff. 32, 45); ii. 775 (ff. 47–8, 62):— g. 773 i. (25).

-, (Fletwoode), Thos., i. 643 (f. 33).

Flette, Beds. See Flitt.

Fletton, Hunts, i. 722 (8).

Fletwoode or Fletwudde. See Fletewood.

Flever, Ric., escheator of Ntht. and Rutl. (a. d. 1515), ii. g. 773 i.

Flewter, Robt., ii. 174.

Flexman, John, ii. g. 200 (35).

Flie (Floy), the, in Holland, ii. p. 454.

Flielandt (Reland, Vlieland), in Holland, ii. pp. 454, 461.

Flimby (Flemeby), Cumb., i. g. 1166 (26, 73 p. 581); ii. g. 332 (91).

Flint or Flintshire, i. g. 149 (4), 302 (30).

-, sheriffs of (1544–7), ii. 472.

Flinte, Jas., i. p. 769.

-, John, i. 259.

Flintham, Notts, ii. g. 476 (85), 648 (51 pp. 342–3).

Flitt (Flette), Beds, ii. g. 648 (25 pp. 334–6, 338).

Flitt hundred, Beds, i. p. 773.

Flitton (Flytte), Beds, i. p. 784.

Flixborough (Flixburgh), Linc, i. g. 149 (40), 302 (65 p. 152), 1166 (73 p. 581).

Flixton, Suff., priory (supp.), ii. p. 438:— g. 476 (55, 107 p. 248).

Floore (Flower), Ntht., ii. g. 648 (25).

Florence, and Florentines, i. 10, 542, 567, 573, 684, 1105, 1237, 1382 (15), 1408; ii. 699.

Florence, Duke of. See Medici, Cosmo de.

Florennes (Florines), in Luxemburg, i. 179.

Florentine, merchant, i. g. 504 (25); ii. g. 476 (94).

Flotterton (Flaterton), Nthld., ii. g. 771 (26).

Flour, i. 1384 (p. 696).

Flower, Ntht. See Floore.

Flower, William, Rougecrosse pursuivant, Chester herald (Nov., 1546), i. 549, 1167, 1235; ii. 475 (88).

-, Wm, i. g. 504 (p. 244).

Flowerdewe, John, i. g. 970 (62).

Floy, in Holland. See Flie.

Fluce, Robt., ii. 39.

Flud, Ric., ii. g. 332 (56).

Fluddie, Thos.,ii. 199 (111).

Fluellen, Evan, porter of Bullemberg,i. 1397.

Flushing (Flyssynge, Flushyne), in Zealand, i. 220, 439, 450, 723, 795, 925; ii. 93.

Flyngant, Alice, i. g. 970 (62).

-, Robt., i. g. 970 (62).

-, Thos., ii. g. 476 (55).

Flyssynge. See Flushing.

Foche, Wm., i. g. 149 (14).

Focker. See Fugger.

Fogg or Fogge, Sir John, ii. 472:— g. 773 ii.

Foggard, Dand, i. 1279 (p. 630).

Fogo (Foggoo), in Scotland, i. 1279 (pp. 627, 630).

Fokers. See Fuggers.

Folembray (Follembray, Foulambray, Folle en Brest), in France, ii. 500.

-, letters dated at, ii. 360, 474, 485, 521.

Foleshane, Norf. See Foulsham.

Foljambe (Fuljambe, Folgeam), Sir Jas., i. 67, 844 (4):— g. 970 (32).

-, (Flucham), Jas., i. g. 1383 (89); ii. g. 476 (p. 245).

Folkes, Ric., i. g. 1537 (1).

Folkestone, Kent, i. 811.

-, priory (supp.), i. 1280 (f. 41); ii. p. 438.

Folkingham (Fulkyngham), Linc, i. p. 780.

Folle en Brest, See Folembray.

Folliatt (Folyatt), Essex, i. g. 1373 (18).

Folyatt (Folyott), Nie, escheator of Worc. (a.d. 1518), 11. g. 773 i.

-, Robt., i. g. 1383 (62).

Fontainebleau (Founteign Bleaw), in France, 1. 322, 705, 1108, 1217 1292, 1295 (6, 7), 1325, 1327 1348, 1352, 1365, 1396, 1405 1489; ii. 406.

-, letters dated at, i. 1174 1184–6, 1200–1, 1211, 1216 1239–40, 1287 (17), 1298–1300, 1308, 1370, 1394 (5), 1399, 1400, 1407.

Fontance. See Fountains.

Fontena blio. See Fontainebleau.

Fontenay, Francis de, Sieur de St. Remy, q.v.

-, Jean de, brother of the preceding, Sieur de Bretteville, q.v.

Fontevrault nunnery, in France, ii. 485.

-, abbess of (Louise de Bourbon, aunt of Mary of Guise), ii. 485.

Fontley Parva, Hants, 11. g. 200 (34).

Foorde. See Ford.

Fooster. See Foster.

Foots Cray (Fotiscryty), Kent, ii. g. 773 i. (18).

Forbes, William, master of, 1. 1363–4, 1369, 1404, 1466; ii. 575.

Forbes, Eliz., ii. 324.

Forcyll, East- (Estforcyll), Dors., i. g. 149 (40).

Ford, Devon (now in Dorsetshire), i. g. 970 (41); ii. 1.

-, abbey (supp.), 1. 1280 (ff. 26, 28):— p. 433.

Ford, Kent, in Hoath parish, 1. g. 1537 (24).

Ford (Fowrde, Fourde), Nthld., i. 353, 1279 (pp. 625, 628):— g. 1383 (55).

Ford, Soms. See Bathford.

Ford (Ferde), Staff., 11. g. 332 (90).

Ford (Fourde), Suss., ii. p. 441.

Ford or Forde, —, prior of Ireland, i. 417.

-, Edm., i. g. 716 (20); ii. p. 441.

-, Ric., ii. g. 648 (10).

-, (Fourde, Fourthe, Forthe, Foorde, Furde), Nic., ii. g. 773 ii. (18 bis).

-, (Forthe), Wm., i. p. 770:— g. 302 (56).

Fordham (Fordeham), Camb., Bigging priory (supp.), i. 643 (f. 17); ii. 775 (f. 25).

-, -, prior. See Baynton, W.

Fordham (Fordeham), Norf., ii. g. 476 (61).

Fordham Magna, Essex, i. g. 1537 (23); ii. g. 476 (107).

Fordwich, Kent, near Canterbury, i. p. 771.

Foreland, the. See North Foreland.

Forest, Edw., i. g. 1383 (77).

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

-, (Forrest), Miles, i. 91 (1, 2, Hunts):— p. 785:— g. 1383 (77).

-, Wm, i. p. 778.

Forester, Wm., a Scot, i. 1132.

Forest Hill (Forstill), Oxon, i. 643 (f. 85); ii. g. 771 (35).

Forgery, i. 992.

Forhays, Thos. See Hayes.

Forman, Chr., ii. g. 476 (16).

-, Geo., i. 643 (f. 57); ii. 775 (f. 73).

-, SirWm.,ii. g. 772 (4).

-, -, Blanche his wife, ii. g. 772 (4).

Forrest. See Forest.

Forrett Monachorum. See under Shrewsbury.

Forrshewe, Jas., i. 1280 (f. 4).

Forster. See Foster.

Forsthill, Oxon. See Forest Hill.

Forston (Furston), Dors., i. 1046.

Fortescue, Anthony, marshal of the army in Ireland (23 Dec, 1546), ii. 331 (56), 475 (99), 548n:— g. 332 (66), 648 (49).

-, Sir Barth., ii. 472.

-, Eliz., ii. g. 200 (50).

-, Hen., escheator of Cornw. and Devon (a.d. 1546), ii. 43:— g. 773 ii.

-, Humph., i. 643 (f. 77).

-, Lewis, ii. g. 200 (50).

-, Nic., ii. 43:— g. 200 (50), 648 (53).

-, Ric., i. 643 (f. 77).

Forth, Firth of (the Fryth), in Scotland, ii. 122–3, 524.

Forthe. See Ford.

Fortibrachius, Johannes Paulus, i. 963 (147).

Fortifications (not identified), plans of, ii. pp. 474–5.

Fortini (Fortune, Fortuny, Fortuna), Bart. Cherubini de, Florentine merchant, i. 136, 605, 698, 744, 936, 946, 1022, 1086, 1137, 1194, 1246, 1267, 1290, 1350, 1380, 1535:— g. 718 (18); ii. 97 (2), 150, 331 (52), 387, 618, 775 (ff. 87, 91).

Fortune, Robt., ii. g. 476 (85).

Fortuny or Fortune, Bart. See Fortini.

Fortyn, Thos., ii. 769 iii.

Foscarina, James, ii. 218.

Foscarini, Venetian merchants, their ship, ii. 218.

Foacerd, Robt., i. g. 302 (65).

Foscombe, Heref., i. g. 1166 (47).

Foscott Hayes, Oxon and Glouc., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 335).

Foscrofte, Thos., i. g. 1383 (68).

Fosse hamlet, in the Boulonnais, ii. 328.

Foster or Forster, —, ii. 769 ii. (2).

-, Ant., i. 55.

-, Bridget, i. 643 (f. 58); ii. 775 (f. 74).

-, George, i. 1279 (p. 628):— g. 504 (44).

-, Giles, i. 1384 (p. 695):—1537 (35).

-, Hugh, clk., ii. p. 438.

-, (Forster), Sir Humph., sheriff of Oxon and Berks (1545–6), i. 91 (Berks), 1384 (p. 695): —g. 970 (32), 1537 (35); ii. 472.

-, James, a Scot, i. 948.

-, John, i. 643 (ff. 9, 93), 722 (5), 1279 (p. 628):— g. 504 (11), 718 (4); ii. 775 (f. 12):— g. 332 (61), 476 (85), 771 (37).

-, Nic., i. p. 776.

-, Ric., i. p. 772:— g. 970 (62).

-, Robert, i. 605:— g. 504 (44).

-, (Foyster), Rog., i. g. 1383 (55).

-, Thos., escheator of Nthld., i. 91 (1, 2, Beds), 643 (f. 70),963 (129), 1279 (pp. 625–7); ii. g. 200 (30), 773 ii. ter.

-, (Fooster), William, a Scot, ii. 548n.

-, Wm., i. p. 772.

Foston, Yorks., i. p. 777; ii. p. 440.

Fotes, Wm., i. g. 149 (37).

Fotheringhay (Fotherenggay), Ntht., i. 579.

-, college, i. 528.

-, -, surrender of certain lands, ii. 738.

Fothringhame, George, i. 159.

Fotiscryty, Kent. See Foots Cray.

Foucher, Wm., i. g. 1383 (82).

Fouckers. See Fuggers.

Foughlerton, Hants. See Fullerton.

Fouillay, in Picardy, ii. p. 469.

Foukers. See Fuggers.

Foulambray, in France. See Folembray.

Foulberye. See Fowberye.

Fouldon, Norf., ii. g. 332 (56).

Foulis, James, of Colintoun, clerk register of Scotland, i. 88, 111, 159, 167, 183, 555, 902, 1132, 1170, 1196, 1363–4, 1404, 1431, 1453, 1456, 1466–7, 1486, 1502; ii. 211, 226, 231, 411, 429, 451, 473, 544.

Foulker. See Fugger.

Foulness (Fowlnes), Essex, i. g. 1383 (18).

Foulsham (Foleshame), Norf., i. p. 775.

Foulsyke, Climb.,ii. p. 439.

Fountains (Fowntaunce, Fontance) abbey (supp.), Yorks., i. pp. 773, 776:— g. 149 (22), 718 (4 p. 357), 1166 (65); ii. pp. 437–40:— g. 332 (91), 476 (96).

-, quondam abbot. See Bradley, M.

Fountains Fells (Fountaunce Felles), Yorks., ii. g. 332 (82), 476 (2).

Fourde or Fourthe. See Ford.

Fourde, Soms. See Bathford.

Fourelieres, M. de, i. 1384 (p. 694? "Dorformliers").

Fournestran, James and Nicholas, of Lille, i. 259.

Fowall, Wm., i. p. 782:— g. 1537 (17).

Fowberye (Foulberye), John, i. 642.

Fowell (Foyelle), Chr., i 1140.

Fowey (Foye), Cornw., ii. 682:— p. 455.

Fowger or Fowkers. See Fuggers.

Fowle, Barth., prior of St. Mary Overey, i. 643 (f. 8); ii. 775 (f. 10).

-, (Fowlle), John, i. 1280 (f. 41); ii. 775 (f. 108):— g. 773 ii. (18).

Fowler, —, i. 988, 1446.

-, Hugh, ii. g. 332 (7).

-, John, i. g. 1383 (110 p. 693).

-, .Ric., i. 986.

-, Robt., ii. g. 332 (7).

-, Thos., of Calais, i. 1536 (20):— g. 1537 (9); ii. 327, 335–7, 353.

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

Fowlnes, Essex. See Foulness.

Fowntaunce. See Fountains.

Fowrde. See Ford.

Foxcrofte, Thos., i. 1165 (87).

Foxe or Fox, Agnes, i. g. 302 (65).

-, Edward, bp. of Hereford (died in 1538), ii. 554.

-, Elizeus, i. g. 718 (4 p. 358).

-, Jas., i. 963 (7); ii. g. 771 (37), 772 (1).

-, . John, ii. g. 476 (96, 107 p. 248), 648 (51 p. 343).

-, Michael, i. g. 302 (65); ii. g. 771 (37).

-, Robt., i. g. 718 (4 p. 358).

-, . Steph., ii. 181.

-, Wm., i. g. 1537 (7, 11); ii. g. 332 (7).

Foxelwist (Foxwist), Joan, i. g. 643 (f. 17); ii. 775 (f. 26).

Foxham, Wilts, i. g. 149 (40).

Foxley, Heref., i. g. 1166 (47).

Foxley, John, ii. p. 441.

-, Robt., ii. g. 476 (p. 245).

-, .Thos., ii. 39.

Foxton (Foxston), Camb., i. g. 716 (17); ii. 320 (3):— g. 648 (51 p. 343).

Foxup (Foxhope), Yorks., ii. g. 332 (82).

Foxwist. See Foxelwist.

Foye. See Fowey.

Foyelle. See Fowell.

Foyster. See Foster.

Foyston, Yorks. See Fewston.

Fracastoro, —, an Italian physician i. 1175, 1272.

Framfield, Suss., ii. g. 476 (28).

Framlingham, Chas., ii. g. 332 (68).

-, Fras., i. 1280 (f. 6); 11. g. 332 (68).

Framosell, Mons. de, 1. 1469.

Frampton (Frawnton), Glouc., i. g. 1166 (8).

France and the French,—country, i 24–5, 65, 83, 100, 122, 145, 179, 186, 195, 201, 259, 262, 283, 307, 323, 407–8, 414, 469, 482, 513, 546, 559, 563, 569, 588, 614 i., ii., 623, 663, 673, 686, 726, 729, 751, 803, 883, 933, 940, 1047, 1049, 1052, 1056, 1065, 1080, 1093–4, 1108, 1122, 1141, 1160, 1167, 1214, 1312, 1316, 1387, 1477, 1481, 1501, 1508:— g. 149 (7), 716 (10); 11. 47, 79, 124, 209, 246, 284, 384, 459 (p. 218), 480, 491, 496, 500, 509, 513, 554, 555 (6), 577, 602, 618, 647 (19), 666, 692, 702, 728, 770 (56–7), 775 (ff. 88–9).

-, Government (the French King), i. 8 (pp. 4, 5), 10, 12–3, 23, 25, 28, 37, 46, 51, 63, 65, 71, 76, 82–3, 87, 89, 96, 122, 128, 142 (p. 63), 164, 170, 181, 192, 195 (p. 97), 211–2, 217, 231–2, 234, 241 (p. 116), 245, 248, 250, 256–7, 262, 272, 278, 283, 286, 315, 317, 325, 347–8 373, 381, 385, 391, 402, 412–3, 420, 423, 436, 453, 270, 476, 482, 485, 490–1, 493, 551, 539, 541, 550, 572, 580, 582 (p. 285), 596, 600, 604, 606, 615, 625, 628, 634, 441, 665, 675, 691, 713, 730–1, 742, 754, 756, 761, 777, 779 (2), 794, 796–7, 820–1, 834 (2), 844, 895, 910, 917 (p. 447), 918, 933, 1003, 1014–6, 1018 (p. 511), 1021, 1025, 1028, 1033, 1047, 1048, 1051–2, 1058, 1095, 1106, 1109, 1116, 1174, 1176–7, 1202, 1213–4, 1227, 1232, 1256, 1266, 1285, 1287 (p. 641), 1294–5, 1310 ii., 1328, 1354, 1366, 1368, 1371, 1374, 1377, 1390, 1395 (2), 1405, 1429, 1444–5, 1456, 1459, 1461, 1463, 1471, 1474, 1481, 1491, 1493, 1518, 1524, 1536 (19):— g. 504 (41), 970 (1, 31), 1537 (14); ii. 19, 27–8, 34, 36, 53, 81, 83–4, 92, 113–4, 122, 138–9, 143, 146, 149, 151, 160, 162–3, 190, 209, 211, 230–1, 239, 244, 248, 257, 258, 275, 277, 279–81, 289, 306–7, 314, 346, 359–60, 370, 376–7, 379–80, 388, 392, 406, 410, 439, 443, 451, 457, 459, 475 (3), 478, 489, 496 (p. 257), 507, 511, 521–2, 546–7, 554, 555 (6), 558, 568, 570, 577, 590, 602–3, 609, 611 (3), 615, 619, 623, 626, 633, 658, 660, 662, 665, 670, 679, 681, 684, 688–9, 690–1, 699, 707, 713, 715, 725, 730, 735, 740, 756, 764:–g. 332 (43).

-, Admiral. See Annebaut, C. ambassadors in, i. 1365; ii. 53, 77, 144, 329.

-, -, English, i. 906, 913, 1050, 1058, 1070, 1176–8, 1207, 1219, 1235, 1405–6. See Wotton, Nic.; also Cheyney; also Lisle.

-, -, Imperial. See St. Mauris.

-, -, Italian, i. 1521; ii. 53.

-, -, Papal nuncio, i. 278, 715, 1215, 1365. See Dandino.

-, -, Protestant, ii. 564, 602, 619, 638.

-, -, Scottish. See Hay, J.

-, -, Venetian, [Marino Cavalli], i. 559, 623, 632, 754, 1130.

-, armies, i. 18, 33, 65 (p. 27), 81, 128, 141–2, 250, 257, 261–2, 312, 323, 340, 343, 345, 347 (p. 170), 356, 358, 364, 373, 409 bis, 411, 428, 434–5, 458, 471 (2), 485, 494, 507, 527, 529, 612, 622, 682–3, 686, 692, 730 (p. 365), 779 (2), 807, 819–20, 861–2, 864, 874, 881, 888, 892–3, 907–8, 960, 972, 976, 981, 1008, 1016, 1025, 1028, 1047, 1074, 1083, 1092, 1122, 1227 (p. 608), 1292, 1323, 1463, 1524; ii. 199 (8, 20), 358, 376, 683.

-, Chancellor of. See Olivier, F.

-, clergy (cardinals, prelates, etc.), i. 1155 (2), 1207, 1215; ii. 255 (p. 121).

-, -, a bishop, requiring pardon from Rome, i. 1294.

-, Constable or Great Constable. See Montmorency.

-, Council of, i. 322, 710, 1213, 1405. 1530; ii. 144, 259, 492, 610.

-,Court of, i. 128 (p. 57), 233, 262, 322, 364, 373, 423, 445, 450, 471 (2), 515, 558, 639, 670, 688, 690, 705, 775, 819, 1050, 1078–9, 1313, 1319, 1338, 1405–6, 1471, 1490, 1521; ii. 13, 44, 53, 77–8, 81, 117, 124, 144, 160, 170, 189, 254–5, 309, 329, 384 (p. 187), 406, 430, 444, 457, 484–5, 490, 492, 503, 505, 564, 602, 608, 623, 721, 775 (ff. 85, 87).

-, -, proclamation in, ii. 329, 484, 490, 492, 509, 513.

-, Dauphin. See Henry.

-, Dauphiness. See Katharine.

-, frontier town to be betrayed, i. 212, 214 (p. 106).

-, "great personage" of, sending secret news to England, ii. 414, 444 (p. 210), 480, 608.

-, heresy in, i. 10, 186, 246, 272 (p. 129), 278, 423, 476.

-, High Chamberlain of. See Lorraine, John of.

-, Keeper of the Seals, i. 1213. See also Olivier.

-, King. See Francis I.

-, Master of the Posts, ii. 78.

-, Peace or truce with, i. 47, 75, 89, 129, 131, 139, 214 (p. 106), 286, 293, 315, 391, 413, 439 (p. 208), 445, 447, 550–1, 558, 606, 610, 616, 623, 625, 632, 640, 660, 670–1, 675, 682, 685–6, 690–1, 693, 700, 703, 706–7, 710–12, 715, 723–5, 728–9, 730, 735, 741–2, 749–51, 754, 756, 761–3, 771, 775, 777, 790, 792, 794, 805–7, 816–8, 825, 830–1, 834, 837–41, 844 (4), 846, 849, 855–7, 861–2, 866, 868, 871–3, 876–7, 883, 885, 888, 890–1, 895, 899, 903–6, 907, 909, 913, 926–8, 931–2, 938, 941, 949–50, 952–3, 960, 972, 974–6, 981, 983–4, 987, 989, 990, 994, 998, 1007–8, 1012, 1014–6, 1021, 1025.

-, See also Camp, Treaty of.

-, -, commission to Hertford, etc., i. 610 (2).

-, instructions to Lisle and Paget, i. 610.

-, -, commission to Annebaut, etc., i. 640.

-, -, English demands, i. 725.

-, -, French overtures touching Scotland, i. 763 (2).

-, -, terms proposed by the French, i. 841.

-, -, articles proposed by the French, i. 949 (2).

-, -, arguments against return of French owners in the Boulonnais, i. 974 ii.

-, -, English protocol, i. 975.

-, -, draft of articles, i. 994 (2).

-, -, English commissioners, i. 1029, 1038.

-, Peace or truce negociations with, by the Protestants' mediation, i. 12, 18, 23, 37, 40, 98, 128, 131, 173–4, 176, 180–1, 191–2, 246, 258, 278, 423–4, 430, 733.

-, -, French deputies, i. 12.

-, -, German deputies ("the ambassadors," "the Protestants"), i. 12–3, 23, 37, 40, 46, 128 (p. 57), 191–2, 246.

-, Queen. See Eleanor.

-, restraint of victuals, ii. 8, 9, 11, 41, 44, 46, 66, 89 ("proclamation").

-, Scottish Guard, i. 1255, 1278.

-, Secretary of finances. See Bochetel.

-, Treaty with. See Camp,

-, treaty of "perpetual peace " with England (30 April, 1527), i. 1014.

Frances, Lady, Henry VIII.'s niece, Marchioness of Dorset, daughter of Charles duke of Suffolk and Henry VIII.'s sister Mary, i. 969 ii., iii.:— g. 149 (40), 1537 (7); ii. 634.

Francesco, Don. See Toledo.

Francese, Gian, of Ferrara, i. 1408.

Francford. See Frankfort.

Francis i., King of France, personal references (others under France), i. 9, 83 (p. 35), 89,128, 233, 322, 329, 476, 515, 558, 582, 632–3, 688, 696–7, 704, 724, 730, 742, 749, 763, 806, 840, 849, 855, 861–3, 906, 913, 950, 974, 1007, 1012, 1019, 1028, 1078–9, 1083, 1108, 1116, 1184–5, 1200–1, 1211, 1213, 1216, 1239, 1292, 1295, 1298–9, 1306–9, 1325, 1327, 1329, 1341, 1346, 1348, 1352, 1365, 1371, 1402, 1405–6, 1411, 1489–90, 1521, 1530, 1534; ii. 13, 44 53,62,64,77,117–8,134,144–5, 149, 170, 189, 191, 194, 203, 245, 248, 254–5, 309–10, 377, 403, 406, 457, 474, 478, 480 484–5, 490, 500–1, 505, 509, 511, 513, 515, 549, 555 (4, 5), 564, 589, 602, 609–10, 623, 675, 679, 695, 702, 743, 775 (f. 88).

-, -, letters from, i. 40, 246, 1339–40.

-, -, letters to, i. 174, 186, 964, 1207, 1237, 1251, 1257–8, 1275, 1303, 1315, 1343, 1398, 1412, 1517; ii. 46, 63, 89, 128, 157, 192, 223, 230, 258, 280, 315, 346, 380, 404, 408, 413, 443, 455, 463, 479, 517, 532, 607, 651, 662, 684, 702, 713, 719, 721, 725, 743, 760–1.

-, -, signature, i. 1394.

-, -, a gentleman of his chamber, i. 1308, etc. See La Gronvic.

-, -, a maitre d'hotel of, i. 1315, 1365, 1405–6.

-, -, .illness of, i. 233.

-, -, his physicians, i. 1365.

Francis duke of Brittany, son of the Dauphin, afterward King Francis ii. of France, i. 1292.

Francis (Francisco, "Frauncisco de Currour,'' ''Francis Pitcher "), the Courier or Post, i. 143, 163, 179, 212 (p. 104), 291, 296, 315–6, 347, 435, 511, 534, 643 (f. 77), 666, 675, 723, 820, 884, 925, 1093, 1101, 1167, 1200–1 1283–4, 1433; ii. 36, 53, 77, 149.

Francis (Fraunces), —. ii. 769 ii. (2).

-, (Frances), John, of Rouen, i. 1445.

-, (Fraunceis, Frauncys), John, i. 1222:— g. 1383 (55, 82).

-, (Fraunces), Peter, i. 643 (f. 82).

-, (Frauncys), Ric., ii. g. 648 (22, 62).

-, (Fraunces), Wm., i. 498.

Francisco, Sr. See Bernardo.

Franconia (Frankland), i. 799, 1285; ii. 495, 602–3, 708.

Franke, —, i. 1167.

-, Chr., i. g. 718 (4); ii. g. 771 (37).

-, John, ii. 775 (f. 89).

-, (Fraunke), Thos., clk., i. 1084.

Frankfort on the Main (Fraunkeford, Frankfurthe, Francford), i. 129, 165 (p. 84), 237, 246, 256–7, 278, 325–6, 350, 423, 475, 491, 600, 614, 730–1, 752, 1285; ii. 26, 33, 42, 92, 118, 566, 624–5, 639, 644, 658, 668, 673, 690, 708, 717, 735, 752, 764, 767 (10).

-, letters dated at, i. 28–9, 45–6, 76–7, 97–8, 129–30, 155, 173–4, 176, 180–1, 186, 191–2, 237–8, 385, 475–6, 596, 1285–6; ii. ("Oxonia") 377–8, 438–41, 558, 624–5.

-, Diet of Protestants at (6 Dec, 1545 to 9 Feb., 1546), i. 28–9, 45, 76 ("these States"), 97, 115, 129–30, 155, 165, 176, 180–1, 186, 191, 257, 272, 430, 475–6.

Frankham (Frankeham), Suss., i. g. 149 (6), 716 (20); ii. g. 771 (35).

Frankland. See Franconia.

Franklin (Frankelyn), —, ii. 769 iv. (9).

-, (Frankeleyne), John, ii. p. 439:— g. 332 (61).

-, Wm., dean of Windsor, i. 456, 581, 738, 775 (f. 112).

Frankwiler, —, ii. 767 (21).

Frascati, near Rome, i. 1294.

Frasford parish, Soms., i. g. 1166 (3).

Frasto, Cornelis de, i. 744.

Fraunceis, Fraunces or Frauncys. See Francis.

Fraunke. See Franke.

Fraunkeford. See Frankfort.

Fraunton in Winchcombe, Glouc, i. 1245.

Frawnton, Glouc.,See Frampton.

Fraxine or Fraxinus, M., a French agent, i. 580.

Frebody, Hugh, escheator of Ntht. and Rutl. (a.d. 1517), ii. g. 773 i. (p. 424).

-, Robt., i. g. 1166 (73 p. 581).

Frederic, eldest son of Christian III., afterwards (1559) King Frederic ii. of Denmark, ii, 359–60, 409.

Fbederic, Duke or Palsgrave. See Palatine.

Frederick, Arnold, i. 147 (2).

Free, Edw., keeper of Hyde Park (died Aug., 1545), i. 643 (f. 56):— g. 302 (23).

-, (Frye), John, i. 643 (f. 57); ii. 775 (f. 74).

Freers, —, ii. g. 475 (6).

Freeth (Frythe, the Frith), Staff., near Leek i. 1280 (f. 16):— pp. 781–2, 784–5.

Freke, Edm., i. 643 (f. 13); ii. 775 (f, 18).

Frekylton, Wm., i. g. 718 (4 p. 357).

Freland or Frelond, John, i. g. 970 (62 p. 489); ii. g. 771 (37).

Freman, Clement, i. g. 504 (1 p. 244).

-, Hen., ii., g. 648 (39, 52).

-, Joan, i. g. 1166 (37).

-, John, ii. g. 200 (50), 332 (7).

-, Kath., i. g. 1166 (37).

-, Ralph, i. 648, 737.

-, Ric., i. g. 1166 (37).

-, Robt., ii. g. 476 (11).

-, Thos., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 336).

-, Wm, i. 1245:— g. 1166 (37 pp. 574–5).

Freme, Thos., i. g. 302 (54).

Fremington, Devon, i. g. 1166 (62).

French gentleman, a. See Essey, also Mesdamy.

French language, i. 1342,1365; ii. 52, 199 (57), 260, 489, 511.

French merchants, ii. 19, 245, 258.

French pensions, i. 37, 476, 558, 610, 670, 715, 723–5, 733, 749, 775, 841, 873, 938, 1014–5, 1025, 1047, 1058, 1213; ii. 289, 327, 335–7, 339, 345, 353, 367, 406, 475 (1), 577 (p. 298), 770 (3, 53), 775 (f. 93).

-, receipts for, ii. 336.

French prisoners, i. 24, 487, 561, 594, 748, 865, 973, 1028, 1343–4; ii. 480, 533, 682, 684.

French spies and agents, i. 7, 24, 164, 323, 347–8, 420, 428, 453, 473, 549, 1051–2, 1167.

-, list, i. 164 (2).

French wares, i. 135, 303, 487, 561, 573, 608, 684.

Frenche, Hen., i. g. 1166 (73).

-, John, i. g. 717 (13); ii. g. 771 (7).

-, Wm., i. p. 778.

Frenchman, John. See Hontrye.

Frenchmen's goods, i. 7, 8, 32, 65 (p. 27), 259, 419, 701, 936, 1072, 1452:— g. 149 (7); ii. 122, 239.

Frendesbury, Kent. See Frindsbury.

Freney, Colonel, a German leader, ii. 255.

Frentt, John, i. g. 149 (40).

Freren manor, Surr., ii. g. 771 (20).

Frerne or Freerne manor, Essex, ii. g. 771 (14).

Fresbye, Leic. See Frisby.

Fresbye, Thos., i. g. 504 (1 p. 244).

Fresdon (Fresshedene), Wilts, i. g. 302 (65).

Freseland. See Friesland.

Freshford (Fressheford), Soms., i. p. 771.

Freshwater, i. of Wight, i. p. 775.

Freso, Alardus, a Hamburg shipmaster, i. 292.

Fresshedene, Wilts. See Fresden.

Freston, Kath., i. 148 (128).

Freshwell (Freswelles) hundred, Essex, ii. 775 (f. 94).

Freswyste College. See under Oxford, Henry VIII.'s College.

Fretchewell, Sir Peter, i. 67.

Freuch, laird of, ii. 434.

Freurs (Fruers, Freuers), Wm., ii. g. 476 (1).

Freyston, Fras., i. g. 302 (24).

-, Kath., i. g. 302 (24).

"Friar, the." See Guzman.

Fribourg, in Switzerland, i. 165 (p. 84).

Frickleton (Frikelton), Lanc, ii. g. 648 (25 p. 335).

Frier, Ph., i. 643 (f. 48); ii. 775 (f. 65).

Friesburg (Prisbergh, Presberghe, Wrisperg, Wrysborgh, Wrisbergk), Chr., a colonel of Germans, i. 129 (2), 179, 194 (2), 257.

Friesland (Fryseland, Freseland, Phriselande). i. 107, 126, 228, 238, 253, 330, 350, 450, 1144, 1155 (2), 1191, 1237, 1421, 1490, 1499; ii. 456, 565.

Friesland, map of, ii. p. 461.

Friesland (Friseland), East-, ii. 359.

Friesland East, Count of, i. 165.

Friesland soldiers, i. 1070 (3).

Fright, John, ii. g. 648 (51 p. 343).

Frikelton, Chesh. See Frickleton, Lanc.

Frilford, Berks., ii. g. 200 (40).

Frindsbury (Frendesbury), Kent, i. g. 1383 (102).

Fringher (Fringer, Finger), Lucas, i. 112, 148 (120), 156, 165, 531, 571, 643 (f. 67), ii. 107.

-, -, letter from, i. 165.

-, -, signature of, i. 112.

Frisby (Fresbye), Leic. i g. 504 (1 p. 244).

Frisby upon Wreak, Leic, i. p. 773.

Friseland, See Friesland.

Frisius, Gerard, i. 134.

Friston, Suff., i. g. 1383 (75).

Frith, Staff. See Freeth.

Frith, Humph., i. g. 149 (40).

-, John, the Martyr, i. 1233.

Frithelstock, Devon, ii. g. 648 (62 p. 347), 771 (37).

-, priory (supp.), ii. g. 648 (62 p. 347), 771 (37).

Fritwell, Oxon, ii. p. 434.

Frizimelica or Frizimelega, Doctor, i. 1272, 1353.

Frobenius, the German printer, i. 1.

Frodingham (Frothingham), Linc, i. 760.

Frodsham (Froddesham), Chesh., ii. 433:— g. 648 (25 pp. 334–7).

Froekyns land. See Emden.

Froget, Hen., i. g. 302 (16).

Frolbery manor, Hants, i. g. 1383 (110).

Frome, Soms., ii. g. 648 (11).

Frome Canons, Heref., ii. p. 438.

Froschover, Christopher, of Zurich the printer, i. 713.

Frostwhait, Westmld., ii. g. 771 (12)

Frothingham, Linc. See Frodineham.

Frowbury manor, Hants, ii. g. 476 (p. 246).

Frowick's chantry, in South Minis Midd., ii. g. 771 (6).

Fruers. See Freurs.

Frye, John, i. g. 1537 (12); ii. 331 (17), 712 xi; see also Free.

-, Thos., ii. 331 (17).

Fryer, Ellen, i. g. 1537 (17).

-, Wm, ii. g. 648 (25 pp. 333, 336), 771 (7).

Fryer Parke, Notts, ii. g. 648 (51 p 343).

Fryesborech. See Wrisberg.

Fryle,Ric., i. g. 504 (1).

Fryrenboroughe manor, Soms., i. g. 970 (62 p. 489).

Fryse, Derykke, i. g. 1383 (110).

Fryswiste. See under Oxford, St. Frideswide's.

Fryth, the. See Forth.

Frythe, the. See Freeth.

Fugger, Anthony, chief of the banking house, i. 56, 200, 241, 264 (2), 1042 (2), 1231, 1250, 1375; ii. 735.

-, -, letter from, i. 56.

Fuggers (Fockers, Foukers, Foulkers, Fowkers, Fowger, Fowggers, Fouckers, Fulkyr, Fulker, Fokers, Fulkar), the German bankers, i. 39, 142, 164, 184, 228–9, 231 (p. 112), 241, 263–4. 291, 296, 301 (44), 312, 323 (pp. 161–2), 347, 354, 367–8, 375, 387, 401, 409–10, 434–5, 460, 482, 484, 868, 933–4, 954–6, 962, 1018–9. 1042, 1044–5, 1049, 1057, 1060, 1073, 1101, 1113, 1187, 1199, 1210, 1238, 1250, 1283–4, 1322, 1326, 1335–6, 1350, 1361, 1373–5, 1380, 1385, 1392, 1420–1, 1434, 1448, 1470, 1477, 1492–3, 1508, 1514, 1523, 1536 (10):— g. 504 (24), 1383 (98–100), 1537 (1, 2); ii. 17, 42, 51, 70–1, 97 (2), 132, 143, 154, 187–8, 197, 199 (1), 204–5, 207, 255, 308, 394, 746.

-, -, acquittance by, ii. 154.

-, -, their factor at Antwerp (Guido Heron), i. 933, 954, 956, 962, 1018–19, 1042 (2); ii. (Chr. Wolf), 154.

-, -, their factor in London. See Haintzell, C.

-, -, indenture with, 1. 1250.

Fulcham. See Foljambe.

Fulford (Fulfurhte), Yorks., i. p. 783:— g. 718 (4 p. 357), 1166 (66).

Fulforde, John, ii. g. 332 (7).

Fulham, Midd., Bp. of London's house, i. 1384.

Fuljambe. See Foljambe.

Fulker, the. See Fugger.

Fulkyngham, Linc. See Folkingham.

Fulkyr, the. See Fugger.

Fuller, —, ii. 775 (f. 104).

-, Hugh, auditor, i. 1151, 1225, 1280 (ff. 17, 51–2):— g. 302 (30).

-, Thos., ii. pp. 435, 437.

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

Fullerton (Foughlerton), Hants, i. g. 302 (65), 970 (62); ii. g. 771 (37).

Fullwood. See Fulwood.

Fulmer, John, i. 643 (f. 28); ii. 775 (f. 41).

Fulmerston,Ric., ii. 552–3, 555 (18), 712 xv.:— g. 200 (24).

-, -, letter from, 553.

Fulstone (Fulstow), Yorks., i. p. 779.

Fulstow, Linc, i. g. 149 (40), 302 (65 p. 152).

Fulwell, Hen., i. g. 1166 (37).

Fulwell Hatch, Essex, i. g. 1166 (27).

Fulwood or Fullwood, Agnes, ii. g. 332 (91).

-, John, 503 (2), 1320.

-, Wm, i. 643 (f. 64).

Fundenhall (Funhall), Norf., ii. g. 476 (55, 107 p. 248).

Fur, i. g. 1383 (96).

Furber, John, i. g. 149 (14).

Furde. See Ford.

Furness (Fumes, Furneys), Lanc., abbey (supp.), i. 643 (f. 51); ii. 556, 775 (f. 68).

-, bailiff of, i. 1452.

Furshewere, John and Simon, i. g. 149 (37).

Fursman, —, i. 1350.

Furstemberg, Count Frederic of, one of the Presidents of the Colloquy at Ratisbon, i. 76, 501.

Furstemberg, Count Wllliam of, in the Emperor's service, taken prisoner by the French (3 Sept., 1544), i. 25, 165, 234, 490–1, 580 (p. 282), 581, 596, 730–1, 742, 794, 797 (p. 398), 799; ii. 2, 27, 255, 268 ("Vastenborch"), 626.

-, -, articles for agreement with, i. 581 (1, 3).

-, -, forces of, i. 581 (2).

Furston, Dors. See Forston.

Futhergill, Anthony, Geoffrey, George Henry, James, Jenkin, John, Martin, Miles, Nicholas, Oswald, Robert and Roland, ii. g. 648 (17).

Futhog (Feothok), Monm., i. g. 1166 (47).

Fyfield, Essex, i. g. 1383 (18).

Fylde Kyrke rectory, i. 1195.

Fylowe. See Filoll.

Fylshame manor, Suss., ii. g. 771 (3).

Fylstowe, Suff. See Felixstow.

Fynes. See Fiennes.

Fyneux, Ric., ii. 39.

Fynglas, Richard, justice of Wexford, ii. 156 (p. 66):— g. 476 (43).

Fynneshed, Ntht. See Fineshade.

Fyorence, — de, Italian soldier, i. 1350.

Fythyan, John, i. g. 718 (4 p. 357).

Fytton, Nic., i. g. 1166 (23, 73 p. 581).

Fyvie (Fyve), George Meldrum laird of, i. 111.

Fyzhalden, Wilts. See Figheldean.



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