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'Index: N, O', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 21 Part 2: September 1546-January 1547 (1910), pp. 714-728. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=80906 Date accessed: 20 August 2014.


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Nabringhem (Nebangam), in the Boulonnais, ii. 328, 65l.

Nackholt (Nacolt), Kent, near Hinxhill, ii. g. 476 (p. 248).

Nackington (Natyndon), Kent, ii. g. 200 (41).

Nafferton (Naffreton), Yorks., ii. g. 332 (63).

Nagera. See Najera.

Nagynton Farm, Salop, i. g. 1166 (20).

Nahaus (Nahuyse, Nauhowse, Nawhowse, Nieuhausen, Nieuenhausen), in the Bishopric of Münster, i. 330–3, 378, 407, 455 (p. 214), 458, 473, 546, 550.

Nails, i. 1089.

Najera (Nagera), Manriquez de Lara duke of, i. 52 ii.

Nalers, Thos., i. g. 970 (62 p. 489).

Nalinghurst, Edw., ii. 775 (f. 104).

Nanconwey, co. Carnarvon. See Nant Conway.

Nancy (Nanze), in Lorraine, i. 730 (p. 365).

Nant Conway (Nanconwey), com-mote, co. Carnarvon, i. g. 302 (53).

Nanteuil (Nauntell, Nanteull, Manteul), comte de. See Lenoncourt.

Nantwich (Nauntewyche), Chesh., i. pp. 769, 776:—g. 149 (39), 1537 (21); ii. 574:—g. 771 (10).

Nantwich (Namptwich) hundred, Chesh., ii. 366.

Nanze. See Nancy.

Naples (Napolytanes, Napulls), kingdom, people and city, i. 76, 447, 542, 1048, 1070 (4), 1109, 1129, 1374, 1480; ii. 319, 340, 397, 456–7, 577 (p. 298).

Naples, abp. of. See Farnese, R.

Naples, Caesar de, ii. 178.

Napoleto, Captain, an Italian, i. 300.

Napoli di Romagna, in Greece, ii. 741.

Napper, Edw., i. g. 1537 (20); ii. g. 648 (25).

Narbonne, in France, ii. p. 466.

Narrow Seas, the, i. 303, 348, 350, 498, 520, 538, 541, 553, 563, 586, 622, 643 (f. 79), 659, 676, 679, 751, 779, 874, 1124, 1133, 1159; ii. 123.

Naseby (Navesby), Ntht., i. 737:—g. 504 (1).

Nash or Nashe, David, i. 643 (f 48); ii. 775 (ff 15, 65).

-, Parnella, i. g. 1383 (6).

Nassau, William count of, Prince of Orange, ii. 602.

Nassau and Beilstein, Count of, i 165 (p. 84).

Nassau and Breda, William count of, i. 165.

Nassau and Wiesbaden, Philip count of, i. 165.

Nasse, Glouc, ii. 436.

Nateby, Westmld., i. g. 504 (31).

Natton in Tewkesbury, Glouc., ii g. 476 (85, 107 p. 247).

Natures alias Nattres, Andrew, ii. g. 332 (28).

Natyndon, Kent. See Nackington.

Nauhowse. See Nahaus.

Naumburg, bp. of. See Pflug, J.

Nauntell, comte de. See Lenoncourt.

Naunton, Glouc, i. p. 783.

Naunton Beauchamp (Nawynton, Nawnton), Worc., i. g. 1537 (29).

Naunton, Wm. See Nawnton.

Nausea, Frederic. See Vienna, abp. of.

Navagero, Bernardo, Venetian ambassador with Charles V. (1544 to 1546), to be ambassador in England, ii. 633, 669.

Navarre, i. 1083, 1292.

Navarre, Henry d'Albret king of, an exile in France, i. 8 (p. 6), 1025, 1292; ii. 209, 490 ii., 521.

Navarre, Princess of. See Albret.

Navarre, Queen of. See Margaret.

Navarro, Charles de, a Spanish captain, i. 164 (2).

Navenby, Linc., i. p. 784.

Naves (qu. navets i. e. turnips?), ii. 769 ii. (16).

Naves (Navurs, Navers, Navius), Dr. John, vice-chancellor of the Empire, i. 27, 29, 87 (pp. 37–8), 107, 220, 256–7, 315 (p. 158), 318, 326, 490, 1109, 1113, 1129; ii. 495, 566.

Navesbye, Ntht. See Naseby.

Navestock (Navestoke), Essex, i. p. 770.

Navurs, Dr. See Naves.

Navy, the. See Ships, English.

Nawenborch. See Neuburg.

Nawhouse. See Nahaus.

Nawnsee, Mons. de, i. 1200.

Nawnton or Nawynton, Worc. See Naunton Beauchamp.

Nawnton (Naunton), Wm., i. 91 (Line.); ii. 417 (p. 199).

Nawton, Suff, i. g. 1537 (23).

Nawton, John, i. g. 970 (62 p. 489).

Nawtondale, Yorks., ii. p. 436.

Nayland, Suff., free chapel (supp.), ii. g. 476 (98), 648 (62 p. 347).

Naze (Nayse), the, Essex, ii. p. 458.

Neale, Hen., ii. g. 476 (p. 245).

Neanthorns. See Nenthorn.

Neasham, Dham., i. g. 149 (29).

Neath or Nethe (Ultra et Citra), co. Glamorgan, ii. g. 200 (7).

-, abbey (supp.), i. 643 (f. 47); ii. 775 (ff. 39, 64).

Nebangam. See Nabringhem.

Nedeham, Norf. and Suff. See Needham.

Nedeham (Nedham), Hen., ii. 712 xv.:—g. 200 (18, 50 bis).

Nedyrdale, Yorks. See Nidderdale.

Needham (Nedeham), Norf. and Suff., i. g. 1381 (29).

Needles, the, Hants, ii. p. 460.

Needwood (Nedewoode) Chace, Staff., ii. 331 (65).

Neele. See Nele.

Negro (Mogo), Peter, a Spaniard, i. 643 (f. 67), 1433; ii. 199 (51):—g. 332 (14).

Nele, Alice, ii. g. 648 (22).

-, Ric., i. 91 (Leic.).

-, (Neele), Thos., i. 91 (1 ii., 2, 3, Leic), 643 (f. 82).

-, (Neele), Wm., i. g. 149 (33).

Nells (Knelles), manor, Suss., ii. g. 771 (3).

Nelmes, Margaret, i. 1485.

Nelson, Paul, i. g. 718 (4 p. 358).

-, Ric., ii. g. 648 (17).

-, .Robt., i. p. 784.

-, Thos., II. g. 332 (63).

Nemygen. See Nimeguen.

Nenefelde, Suss. See Ninfield.

Nenthorn (Neanthorns), in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 629).

Nerlinga. See Nördlingen.

Neshe, Wm., ii. g. 332 (7).

Nestelhoo. See Nostell.

Neston, Chesh., ii. 574:—g. 771 (10).

Neston, Wilts, ii. g. 476 (53).

Nethe. See Neath.

Nethe, bp. of. See Meath.

Netherby, Cumb., i. g. 149 (22).

Nethererstley. See Escley.

Nethergate (Nethergarthe), Linc., ii. g. 476 (25).

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

Netherlands. See Flanders.

Netherley, Glouc. See Leigh.

Nethermyll, Julian, i. g. 1383 (89).

Nethern, co. Carnarvon, i. g. 302 (53).

Nethersole. Robt., ii. 39.

Netherton, Devon, in Buckland Monachorum, i. g. 716 (19).

Netherwell, Glouc. See Swell.

Netherwood, Wm., ii. p. 440.

Netley abbey (supp.), or de Leto Loco, Hants, i. g. 716 (20); ii. g. 200 (34), 476 (96, 107 p. 248).

Netton, Wilts, i. g. 1383 (82).

Neuburg (Newburgh, Nuburge, Newnburgh, Nawenborch, Newborough), in Bavaria, ii. 169 (? "Linabung"), 178, 197, 214–5, 242, 255, 268, 290, 297, 440, 511.

Neudyke, Thos., i. p. 784.

Neuenaar (Nova Aquila), Count of, i. 165 (p. 84).

Neuenschloss, in Hesse, letter dated at, i. 600.

Neuenstetlein. See Neustadt.

Neufchateau (New Shatewe), in the Boulonnais, i. 683, 692; ii. 158.

Neumark, in Germany, ii. 679.

Neurlingen. See Nordlingen.

Neuss (Nussia), in Germany, i. 165 (p. 84).

Neustadt (Neuenstetlein) in Bohemia, letter dated at ii. 765.

Neuton, Chesh. See Newton.

Nevers (Nivernois), Francis de Cleves duke of, i. 1394 (4).

Nevill (Nevell), Mrs., i. 645.

-, (Nevell), Alex., escheator of Notts and Derb. (a.d. 1520), ii. g. 773 i. (p. 424).

-, (Nevel, Nevell), Sir Ant., i. 148 (61):—g. 302 (10).

-, (Nevell), Edm., i. g. 1166 (73 p. 581).

-, Sir Edward (executed in Dec., 1538), ii. 732.

-, (Newill), Henry lord, son of the earl of Westmoreland, i. 1235; ii. 203, 212, 417–21, 775 (f. 88).

-, -, letters from, ii. 417–21.

-, -, signature of, i. 1235.

-, -, his wife (Jane daughter of Thomas earl of Rutland), ii. 417 (p. 199), 418–9, 421.

-, (Nevyle, Nevell), Henry, groom of the Privy Chamber, ii. 199 (99), 634 (1, 10).

-, -, signature, ii. 634.

-, (Nevell), Hen., i. 148 (11):—p. 777; ii. 775 (f. 77).

-, Sir John, lord Latimer, q.v.

-, (Nevell), Sir John, i. 353.

-, (Nevell) John i. 1279 (p. 628).

-, (Nevell) Mary ii. 775 (f. 3).

-, (Nevile) Nic. i. 1342.

-, Ralph earl of Westmoreland, q.v.

-, (Nevell) Ric. i. 1280 (f. 35).

-, (Nevell), Robert, canon of Canterbury, ii. 775 (f. 111).

-, Robt., i. 1280 (ff. 3, 4).

-, (Nevell), Thos., i. 91 (1, 2, Leic), 643 (ff. 11, 55):—g. 970 (32); ii. 775 (f. 72).

-, Wm., ii. g. 773 ii. (18).

Nevin, co. Carnarvon, i. g. 302 (53.)

Nevyn, Robt., i. g. 504 (47).

Newark priory (supp.), near Ripley, Surr., i. 643 (f. 45); ii. 775 (f. 61):—p. 434:—g. 648 (62).

Newark upon Trent, Notts, i. 503 (2); ii. p. 457.

-, Austin Friars (supp.), i. g. 302 (65 p. 152).

Newarkes Norton, Essex. See Norton.

Newarks manor, in Good Easter, Essex, i. g. 1383 (18).

Newball, John, i. 147 (2).

Newbattle (Newbotle), in Scotland, abbot of, i. 1456.

Newbe mon. See Newboo.

Newbery Close, Oxon, i. g. 717 (5).

Newbigging, in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 627).

Newbold, Warw., i. p. 772.

Newbold (Newbolt) Hurst and New-bold Revall, Warw., ii. g. 648 (51 p. 343).

Newboo (Newbe), in Barrowby, Linc., abbey (supp.), i. g. 1383 (110); ii. g. 476 (89).

Newborne, Wm., ii. 490 ii.

Newborough, Dors., i. g. 149 (40).

Newborough, Newburgh in Germany. See Neuburg.

Newburgh (Newbourgh), Yorks., ii. g. 476 (6), 648 (51 p. 343).

-, abbey (supp.), ii. p. 437 bis, 440:—g. 332 (63), 476 (6), 648 (51).

Newburgh, Thos., i. g. 1166 (73 p. 581).

Newbury (Nubery), Berks., i. g, 302 (8), 504 (19):—p. 769.

-, parson of, i. 1280 (f. 27).

Newbury Hall, in Barking, Essex, i. 1064.

Newby in Cleveland, Yorks., ii. p. 439.

Newby Stayner, Westmld., i. g. 716 (20).

Newby on Wisk, Yorks., i. p. 782.

Newcastle, co. Dublin, i. 918 (p. 449).

Newcastle upon Tyne, i. 58, 72, 113, 166, 171, 251, 301 (10), 471, 478, 488, 541, 557, 643 (f. 65), 868, 911, 1091, 1155, 1219, 1255, 1328, 1357:—p. 780:—g. 302 (30, 35); ii. 59, 82, 312, 390, 543, 604, 743, 775 (ff. 92–3):—p. 438:—g. 332 (6), 773 ii. (4).

-, letters dated at, i. 274; ii. 583.

-, Kingsmeadow, ii. g. 773 ii. (4).

-, master of ordnance. See Bovell, H.

-, view of, ii. p. 469.

Newchirche, near Carmarthen, i. p. 782.

Newchurch, I. of Wight, i. p. 775.

Newchurch hundred, Kent, ii. g. 773 ii. (14).

Newcourt (Newecourt), Hants, ii. g. 200 (34).

Newdigate (N. in le Welde), Surr., ii. g. 648 (51 p. 344).

Newdigate, George, i. p. 771.

-, Sybil, i. 643 (f. 26); ii. 775 (f. 37).

Newenham, Beds, Kent, or Warw. See Newnham.

Newenham abbey, Devon. See Newham.

Newenham, —, i. 1403.

-, (Newneham), Sir Wm., i 91 (1, 2, Ntht.), 1384 (p. 696).

Newent, Glouc, ii. 436, 738.

Newenton. See Newington.

Newes, John, i. 631.

Newhall, Chesh., i. p. 769.

Newhall, Essex, ii. 754 (pp. 385–6), 775 (f. 105).

Newhall, Herts, ii. g. 200 (50), 332 (67), 476 (p. 246).

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

Newham (Newnam), Devon, ii. g. 332 (91).

Newham, Nthld., i. p. 776.

Newham, Yorks. See Newholme.

Newham or Newneham in Chumleigh, Devon, i. g. 1383 (110).

Newham or Newenham (Newnebam) abbey (supp.), Devon, near Axminster, i. p. 783.

New Haven. See Havre de Grace.

New Haven in Boulonnais. See Ambleteuse.

Newholme (Newham), Yorks., i. pp. 780, 784.

Newill. See Nevill.

Newington (Newenton), Beds, ii. g. 648 (52).

Newington (Newenton), Kent, i. pp. 769, 772. 780; ii. g. 648 (62).

Newington (Newenton), Oxon, i. g. 717 (5), 970 (62 p. 489).

Newington, Surr., i. g. 717 (5), 1537 (10); ii. g. 332 (91).

Newington Bartram, Kent, i. p. 780.

Newington Belhouse, Kent, i. pp. 769, 775–6, 780.

Newington Fee, Kent, i. pp. 769, 775–6.

Newington (Newenton), next Hythe, Kent, ii. g. 200 (41).

Newington next Sittingbourne, Kent, i. g. 1166 (50).

Newington (Newenton), Geoff., ii. g. 200 (10).

Newis, Thos., i. g. 1537 (16).

Newkyrke, John, i. 699.

Newland, Dors., i. 1280 (f. 28).

Newland, Glouc, ii. 436.

Newland, Hants, i. g. 1166 (29, 73 p. 581); ii. g. 200 (34).

Newland, Herts, i. p. 772 bis.

Newland, Yorks., preceptory (supp.) of St. John, i. g. 718 (4 p. 357), 1537 (17 p. 763, 35); ii. pp. 433 bis, 440:—g. 332 (57).

Newman, Thos., i. 643 (f. 82); ii. g. 648 (22, 62).

-, (Neweman), Wm., i. 963 (49).

Newminster abbey (supp.), Nthld., beside Morpeth, i. p. 784:—g. 970 (47), 1383 (109); ii. pp. 438, 441.

New Moor (Newmorehowse), Nthld., i. g. 1537 (17).

Newnam or Newneham, Devon. See Newham.

Newnburgh, in Bavaria. See Neuburg.

Newneham, Sir Wm. See Newenham.

Newnham, Glouc, ii. p. 439.

Newnham, Herts, i. p. 772.

Newnham (Newenham), Kent, ii. g. 200 (10).

Newnham (Newenham), Ntht., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 335).

Newnham (Newenham), Warw., ii. g. 648 (51 p. 343).

Newnham (Newenham) priory (supp.), near Bedford, i. g. 1537 (27); ii. g. 648 (51).

Newnham, Edm., escheator of Ntht. and Rutl. (a.d. 1520), ii. g. 773 i. (p. 424).

Newport, Monm., i. 946.

Newport, Salop, i. g. 716 (12); ii. 272.

Newport, in the Isle of Wight, i. 21, 154:—p. 775.

Newport hundred, Bucks, i. p. 773.

Newport or Newport Pond, Essex, St. Leonard's hospital (supp.), i. 643 (f. 25):—g. 716 (17); ii. 775 (f. 32).

Newport or Newporte, Chr., ii. g. 332 (32).

-, John, escheator of Essex and Herts (a.d. 1531), ii. g. 773 i. (p. 425).

-, Ric., escheator of Warw. and Leic. (a.d. 1545), ii. g. 773 ii.

-, Ric., i. 1165 (70); ii. 770 (72):—g. 771 (27).

-, Wm., escheator of Worc. (a.d. 1532), ii. g. 773 i. (p. 425).

Newrlynge. See Nördlingen.

Newry College, in Ireland, ii. 391.

Newsham (Newsam), Lanc., i. p. 780.

Newsham (Newsom) abbey (supp.), in Brocklesby, Linc., i. g. 718 (4, 21); ii. 648 (22).

New Shatewe. See Neufchateau.

Newstead priory (supp.), Linc., beside Glanford Brigg, otherwise Newsted upon Ankholme, i. p. 773.

Newstead priory (supp.), in Sherwood, Notts, i. g. 1166 (73 p. 581); ii. g. 332 (57), 648 (51).

Newthorpe, Notts, ii. p. 440.

Newton, co. Carmarthen, i. g. 1383 (28, 88).

Newton, Chesh., ii. 433.

Newton, Cumb., i. g. 1166 (26).

Newton, Devon, i. g. 149 (37).

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

Newton (Neweton), Leic., i. 503 (2).

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

Newton, Salop. See Haughton.

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

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

Newton, Suff., i. p. 780.

Newton, Yorks., i. p. 783; ii. g. 476 (96, 107 pp. 245, 248).

Newton (Neuton), near Chester, ii. 574:—g. 771 (10).

Newton Dagworth, or Old Newton, near Stow, Suff., i. g. 1537 (23).

Newton Grange, Nthld., ii. p. 438.

Newton, Little-, in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 629).

Newton, Long-, in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 630).

Newton, Long- (Longnewton), Dham., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 336).

Newton, North-, Wilts, ii. 770 (82).

Newton St. Loe (N. Seyntlo), Soms., ii. p. 434.

Newton, South-, Wilts. See South Newton.

Newton Stacey (N. Sacy), Hants, i. g. 717 (5), 970 (62 p. 489); ii. g. 332 (91), 771 (37).

Newton upon Trent, Linc., i. g. 149 (40 bis), 302 (65 p. 153).

Newton by Trent, Notts, ii. g. 648 (22).

Newton Valence, Hants, ii. g. 476 (p. 245).

Newton, Agnes, ii. g. 771 (7).

-, Geo., i. g. 504 (2); ii. p. 440.

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

-, Sir John, i. 91 (Soms.).

-, (Nuton), John, i. g. 718 (4 p. 357); ii. g. 200 (19), 332 (91), 771 (7).

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

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

-, Thos., clk., ii. g. 332 (31).

-, Thos., ii. g. 648 (62 p. 347).

-, Wm., archd. of Norfolk, i. 963 (132):—g. 970 (51).

-, Wm., i. g. 504 (1 p. 244), 1166 (57), 1383 (110); ii. g. 771 (14).

Newtown, co. Montgomery, ii. 446, 537.

Newtown Baschurch, Salop, i. g. 302 (65).

New Year's Gifts, i. 650 (29).

Newyngton, Charles, ii. p. 434.

Neyse Poynt. See Dunge Ness.

Nibley (Wotton Nybbeley), Glouc., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 335). See also Notes and Errata ii. 476 (17).

Nichasius. See Yetswaert.

Nicholas the Courier or Post, i. 241. 264, 291, 296, 372, 375, 410, 580, 643 (f. 72), 730–1, 742, 808, 884, 1013, 1137, 1167, 1184, 1200–1, 1239, 1396, 1445, 1448–9, 1458–9, 1460; ii. 11,

Nicholas, Captain, a French leader, ii. 68.

Nicholas, Doctor, physician of Dordrecht, i. 894.

Nicholas, groom of the Stable, ii. 769 ii. (12).

Nicholas, Master, of Bergzabern ii. 767 (5, 9, 21).

-, Jas., i. 643 (f. 6); ii. 775 (f. 15).

-, Thos., ii. 775 (f. 93).

Nicholles, Edw., ii. g. 773 ii. (12, 14).

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

-, (Nicolles), Ric., ii. g. 332 (61).

Nicholson or Nicolson, Ant., i. 643 (f. 20); ii. 775 (f. 29).

-, John, ii. g. 648(17).

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

-, Peter, ii. 283.

-, Thos., i. 269:—g. 970 (62).

Nicolao, Captain, an Albanese, i. 300.

Nicolles. See Nicholles.

Nicolson. See Nicholson.

Nicson, Jas., i. g. 1537 (17).

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

Nidderdale (Nedyrdale), Yorks., i. p. 773.

Nieuenhausen or Nieuhausen. See Nahaus.

Nieuport (Newport, Nyewporte), in Flanders, i. 382, 875, 983 (p. 496); ii. p. 461.

Niewhausen, Hans Eytell von, i. 581 (2).

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

Nigri, Philip, Chancellor of the Order of the Golden Fleece, i. 8 (pp. 3, 4), 83 (p. 35 bis), 454, 465, 832, 846, 875, 931–2, 982–3, 1056, 1230, 1311, 1390.

Nimeguen (Nemygen, Nymega), in Gueldres, i. 145, 169, 190.

-, letter dated at, i. 232.

Ninehead (Nynehed), Soms., ii. g. 648 (62 p. 347).

Ninestale, Henry, i. 1137.

Ninfield (Nenefelde), Suss., ii. g. 771 (3).

Nisbet (Nesbite), West-, in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 629).

Nisbet (Nuysebet), Robin, a Scot, ii. 549.

Niton, Suss. See Nyton.

Nivelles (Nyvell), in Brabant, i. 982.

Nivernois. See Nevers.

Nix, Richard, bp. of Norwich (a.d. 1501 to 1536), ii. g. 332 (91).

Nixson, Otwell, ii. g. 648 (51 p. 343).

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

Noble, Reynold, ii. 527.

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

Nodes, John, i. 1280 (f. 54).

Noerlinge or Noetlinga. See Nördlinghen.

Noguera or Nogera, Louis de, paymaster of Spaniards, i. 608,

1433; ii. 199 (54), 775 (f. 83):—g. 332 (21).

Noirlinge. See Nördlingen.

Noke or Nokes (Nookes), Thos., i. 836, 845:—p. 784.

Nola, near Dinkelsbühl, ii. 495. Qu. Stalla?

Nonesuch, Surr., ii. 532, 647 (23), 754 (p. 386), 768 (p. 397), 769 iii.

-, letter dated at, ii. 580.

-, grant dated at, ii. g. 648 (57).

Noneton nunnery. See Nuneaton.

Nonias, Michael de, ii. 399.

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

Nonnecotton, Linc. See Nuncotton.

Nonnehouse, Yorks. See Nun House.

Nonnemonketon. See Nun Monkton.

Nonney, Soms. See Nunney.

Non-residence licences, i. g. 302 (60), 504 (8), 718 (15, 19), 970 (51), 1383 (26, 69); ii. g. 332 (33), 476 (3, 18, 48).

Nonsuch. See Nonesuch.

Nookes. See Nokes.

Noole, Wm., i. p. 778.

Norball, John, ii. g. 476 (96), 648 (62).

Norbeke, Lanc., i. p. 772.

Norborough, Ntht. See Northborough.

Norbourn, Kent. See Northbourn.

Norbroke, Oxon. See Northbrook.

Norbury, Chesh., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 335).

Nordhausen (Norhuysen), in Germany, i. 165 (p. 84).

Nordley (Northeley), Salop, i. g. 1537 (25).

Nördlingen (Nortganie, Noetlinga, Norlyngen, Nurlingue, Nerlinga, Norling, Noerlinge, Newelingen, Newrlynge) in Bavaria, i. 165 (p. 84 bis); ii. 290, 297, 348, 384, 430, 458, 471, 496, 511, 515, 522, 558, 577, 602, 612–3, 624, 658.

-, letter dated at, ii. 511.

Norenborch, margrave of, i. 1091. Qu. Brandenburg?

Norenborech or Norenborough. See Nuremberg.

Norfolk, i. 79, 124, 526, 538, 553, 563, 626, 643 (ff. 70, 81), 764, 889, 899, 986, 1280 (f. 6), 1384 (p. 696):—p. 774:—g. 302 (30), 970 (32); ii. 244, 548, 553, 556–7, 592, 629, 697, 734, 775 (f. 96).

-, (and Suffolk), escheator, ii. g. 476 (34), 773.

-, musters in, i. 91.

-, (and Suffolk), sheriff, ii. 472. See Wyndham, Sir Edm. (1545–6); Hubbard, H. (1546–7).

Norfolk, archdeacon of. See Newton, W.

Norfolk, Agnes duchess of, the Duke's step-mother (attainted in 1542), i. g. 1383 (104); ii. 554 (p. 283).

Norfolk, Thomas Howard 2nd duke of (1514 to 1524), i. g. 1383 (104); ii. 554 (p. 283).

Norfolk, Thomas Howard duke of, lord High Treasurer of, England and Earl Marshal, steward of suppressed and attainted lands on this side Trent, high steward of Cambridge University, present in Council, i. 154, 156, 171, 175, 585, 835, 848, 853, 859, 1041, 1057, 1065, 1072, 1127, 1131, 1241, 1246, 1255, 1367, 1386, 1397, 1410, 1452, 1454, 1457, 1462, 1468, 1472; ii. 333.

-, -, letters from, ii. 540, 554.

-, -, signature, i. 823–4:—g. 302 (13), 970 (45), 1166 (56), 1383 (48); ii. 312, 334:—g. 332 (49, 50), 476 (21, 34–7, 63, 91), 773 passim.

-, -, attainder of, ii. 753, 759, 770 (86).

-, -, his almoner, ii. 548.

-, -, his comptroller. See Wharton.

-, -, his confession, ii. 696.

-, -, his horses, ii. 595.

-, -, his offices and annuities (list), ii. 556.

-, -, his steward, ii. 548.

-, -, his first wife Anne, daughter of Edward IV., ii. 555 (17).

-, -, other references, i. 91 (Norf.), 124, 136, 146–7, 357, 479, 526, 538, 608, 643 (ff. 51, 61, 70), 678, 732, 835, 969, 986, 1138, 1180, 1274, 1384 (pp. 695 ter, 698 bis), 1398:—pp. 769, 780–1:—g. 970 (32), 1383 (104); ii. 199 (86), 475 (6, 88), 533, 541, 546 (p. 276), 547–8, 552–3, 555, 557, 568, 593, 595, 605–6, 608–10, 613 (p. 313), 617–21, 644–5, 652, 665, 697, 702, 752, 756, 759, 761, 775 (ff. 96, 101), 775 (ff. 68, 79):—p. 436:—g. 332 (43), 476 (29), 771 (30, 36), 773 i. (33).

Norham, Nthld., i. 1279 (p. 626, 628–9).

-, captain of (in 1544). See Layton, Sir B.; also Bowes, Ric.

Norhuysen. See Nordhausen.

Noricum, in Franconia, i. 1285.

Norley, Chesh., ii. 433.

Norling or Norlyngen. See Nördlingen.

Norman, Brian, i. g. 718 (4).

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

-, Thos., i. g. 718 (4 p. 358), 1166 (73 p. 581).

Normanby, Linc., ii. g. 648 (22).

Normanby, Yorks., i. g. 718 (4); ii. g. 771 (37).

Normandy, i. 322, 515, 563, 762, 819, 1083; ii. 259, 347, 414, 480, 608, 684:—p. 472.

-, a young gentleman of, son of M. de Mesdany, q.v.

-, first president of (i.e. of Rouen). See Remond, P.

Norman soldiers, i. 686, 819.

Normanton, Derb., i. p. 773:—g. 1537 (17).

Normanton, Yorks., ii. g. 648 (51).

Normanton, Thos., i. g. 1383 (89); ii. g. 476 (107).

Nornborech. See Nuremberg.

Norres, Mr., ii. 709 ii. (2).

-, (Norreys), Eliz., ii. g. 332 (7).

-, (Norreys), Henry, of the Stable, ii. 769 ii. (12, 17).

-, (Norris), John, i. 643 (ff. 14, 60, 67); ii. 775 (ff. 19, 76):—g. 332 (7), 648 (10).

-, (Norrys, Norrice), Ric., i. 148 (112):—p. 771; ii. 775 (f. 77).

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

-, Sir Wm., ii. 472 (p. 223).

Norrey king of arms, ii. 770 (73). See Dethick, G.

Norrinberge. See Nuremberg.

North, the, i. 113, 239, 643 (ff. 64–5, 67, 74–6), 1084, 1123, 1198; ii. 27 (p. 13), 34, 350, 756.

-, Council in (or Council at York), i. 148 (90, 97), 386, 591 (p. 290); ii. 96, 481, 596, 629–30.

-, -, letter from, ii. 596.

-, -, letter to, ii. 630.

-, -, president. See Holgate, R.

-, -, secretary. See Uvedale, J.

North, Sir Edward, Chancellor of Augmentations, letters from, i. 321, 652, 1242, 1249; ii. 534–5, 515.

-, -, letters to, i. 929, 1111, 1120 ii., 1128, 1139, 1236, 1242, 1247, 1296, 1387–8, 1413: ii. 561.

-, -, signature, i. 209, 426, 562, 1046, 1248:—g. 149 (8,9, 14, 17–9, 22, 32, 37), 302 (8, 25, 51, 64), 504 (1–3, 9, 11, 12, 16, 17, 19, 20, 27–8, 30–1, 35–6, 43), 716 (9, 11, 12, 16), 717 (3, 4, 6), 718 (4), 970 (1, 44, 56), 1166 (14–7, 20–1, 23, 26, 29, 39, 52, 55, 58, 61, 65, 70), 1383 (6, 18, 29, 31, 63, 66, 76, 80–1, 89, 92–3, 107), 1537 (10–12, 17, 20, 22, 24–5, 27–9); ii. 294, 560, 599, 712, 749:—g. 200 (4, 9–10, 16, 18, 20–1, 29–35, 37–8, 40–1), 332 (25–6, 36, 42, 54, 56–7, 63, 72, 76, 83, 90), 476 (1, 11, 20, 33, 55, 64, 66, 78, 85, 89, 96, 98), 648 (10, 22, 25, 30, 37–9, 43, 46–8, 50–2), 771 (6, 11, 12, 14, 19–21, 24–5, 34–5).

-, -, Alice his wife, i. g. 149 (6), 302 (65 p. 152), 716 (20); ii. g. 771 (35).

-, -, other references, i. 64. 101, 113, 116, 148 (5, 17, 30–1, 35, 44, 46, 52, 77, 88, 95–6, 101, 103, 132, 134), 154, 255, 259, 386, 574, 643 (ff. 61, 85,* 91, 93–4), 650 (3, 5, 8, 51–2, 57), 963 (31, 38, 43, 52, 57, 59, 72, 76, 92, 98, 119–20) ,973, 991, 1165 (4, 23–4, 50, 54–7, 64, 66, 71, 89, 90, 95), 1241, 1382 (71–2), 1384 (p. 695 bis), 1417, 1533, 1536 (passim):—p. 769:—g. 149 (6), 302 (65 p. 152), 716 (20 bis), 970 (14, 16, 19), 1383 (110), 1537 (35); ii. 26, 199 (27, 30–1, 59, 60, 61–3, 87, 92, 105, 124, 137), 212, 243, 244 (p. 115), 265, 288, 293, 331 (notes and §§ 55, 73), 475 (notes and §§ 13, 73). 493, 634 (1, 10), 647 (notes and §§ 32, 36–7, 58), 754. 770 (§ 10 and notes), 775 (ff. 79, 110):—p. 434:—g. 332 (91), 648 (25 p. 337–8, 48), 771 (1, 35).

North or Northe, Andrew, ii. g. 648 (25 p. 336).

-, Ric., ii. g. 648 (51 p. 343).

-, Rog., i. p. 785; ii. g. 648 (62 p. 347).

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

Northallerton (Allerton, Northalverton), Yorks., i. p. 773; ii. g. 648 (25 p. 336), 773 ii. (15).

Northam, Devon, i. g. 970 (41).

Northampton (Northamston), i. 1280 (f. 9):—p. 782:—g. 302 (30); ii. g. 648 (25 p. 336).

-, Abbey Street, i. g. 1383 (89).

-, All Saints, ii. p. 440.

-, -, church expenses, i. 648. Castle, i. 643 (f. 72).

-, -, ward rents, ii. g. 773 i. (19).

-, Dela Pray nunnery (supp.), i. g. 504 (1).

-, Dunston End, i. p. 785.

-, St. Andrew's priory, i. 643 (f. 41), 1280 (f. 9):—p. 775; ii. 775 (f. 57):—p. 440.

-, St. James' abbey (supp.), i. 1280 (f. 9):—pp. 773, 785:—g. 504 (1 p. 244), 1383 (89); ii. p. 433:—g. 476 (54, 107 p. 246).

-, St. James's End, i. p. 785.

Northampton grange and chapel, Hants, ii. p. 437.

Northamptonshire, i. 579, 643 (f. 70), 1280 (ff. 9, 14, 19), 1384 (p. 696):—g. 302 (30), 970 (32), 1280 (f. 34); ii. pp. 433–4.

-, escheators, ii. g. 773.

-, musters in, i. 91 (1, 2).

-, sheriff of, ii. 472. See Cope, J. (1545–6); Cave, T. (1546–7).

Northawe, Herts, i. p. 772 bis.

Northborough (Norborough), Ntht., i. g. 504 (1).

Northbourn (Norbourn), Kent, ii. g. 200 (41).

Northbrook (Norbroke), Oxon, ii. g. 476 (p. 245).

North Cave, Yorks., i. g. 1383 (95).

Northchurch, Herts, i. g. 302 (65).

Northcourt alias North Shorwell, i. of Wight, i. g. 1166 (73).

Northeley, Salop. See Nordley.

Northelighe, Kent. See Leigh.

Northenbergh, duke of. See Wirtenberg.

Northern horsemen, i. 682.

Northern Rebellion or "commotion" (of 1536), i. 1027; ii. 554.

Northfleet, Kent, ii. p. 436.

North Foreland (the Landes Ende), i. 283, 517, 520; ii. pp. 454, 461.

Northiam, Suss., ii. g. 771 (3).

Northkyrlagh, Yorks. See Skirlaugh.

North Leach (Northlache, Northlatche), Glouc., i. 963 (43); ii. p. 440.

Northlewe, Devon. See Lew.

North Load (Northlode), in Wed-more, Soms., i. g. 302 (17).

Northmymmes. See Mims.

Northotrington, Yorks. See Otterington.

Northover, Soms., ii. g. 476 (p. 246).

North Sea, the, i. 498 iii., 719.

-, map showing English and Dutch coasts, ii. p. 461.

Northshawe, Chesh., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 335).

Northstonham, Hants. See Stoneham.

Northumberland, i. 1280 (ff. 22, 55):—g. 302 (30); ii. p. 434.

-, escheators, ii. g. 773.

-, sheriff of, ii. 472. See Widdrington, Sir John (1545–6); Horseley, J. (1546–7).

Northumberland, Henry Percy, earl of (1527–1537), and his lands, i. 591:—pp. 770–1, 775 bis, 776 bis, 777, 784:—g. 149 (40), 302 (8), 970 (62), 1166 (26); ii. pp. 438–9:—g. 332 (46, 57, 73).

Northumberland, Mary countess of, i. 643 (f. 57); ii. 775 (f. 73).

Northwell. See Norwell.

Northwich, Chesh., i. g. 1383 (66); ii. 574:—g. 771 (10).

Northwood, Chesh., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 335).

Northwood, Glouc., i. g. 1383 (110); ii. 436.

North Wood, Suss., i. g. 1166 (15).

Northynxsey, Berks. See Hinksey.

Norton, Chesh., abbey (supp.), i. 643 (f. 16):—p. 780:—g. 1383 (66); ii. 775 (f. 25):—g. 200 (18), 476 (96), 648 (22, 25).

-, -, abbot. See Birkett, T.

Norton, Devon, i. g. 149 (19).

Norton, Herts, i. p. 772:—g. 1166 (73 p. 582).

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

Norton, Norf., i. p. 775; ii. g. 771 (30).

Norton, Ntht., i. p. 782.

Norton, Salop, i. g. 1166 (20).

Norton, Suff., i. g. 149 (8), 1537 (23); ii. g. 648 (62 p. 347).

Norton, Wilts, ii. 770 (83).

Norton Brize (N. Broyne, Bremes Norton, Breames N.), Oxon, ii. g. 648 (25 pp. 334, 336)

Norton in Churchstow, Devon, i. g. 149 (32).

Norton, East- (Estnorton), Leic., i. g. 504 (1 p. 244).

Norton in More parish, Salop, i. g. 1166 (57).

Norton, Newarkes-, Essex, i. g. 1383 (18).

Norton St. Philip, Soms., i. p. 771.

Norton juxta Twycross (Hoggisnorton), Leic., i. g. 504 (1).

Norton, Wood- (Woodnorton), Norf., i. p. 775; ii. g. 648 (25).

Norton, —, i. 1075; ii. 435.

-, Geo., i. 91 (Essex).

-, John, i. 91 (Kent):—g. 504 (1, 46), 1537 (23); ii. 472.

-, Ric., of the Council in the North, i. 69, 148 (63):—g. 302 (30), 1383 (4); ii. 181.

-, Robert, i. 1484; ii. 775 (f. 94).

-, Rog., clk., ii. g. 648 (24).

-, Rog., i. 643 (f. 79).

Norway (Norweyg), i. 1056; ii. 369.

Norwell (Northwell), Notts, i. 643 (f. 86); ii. g. 773 ii. (25).

Norwich, i. 147, 854:—g. 302 (30); ii. 555 (7), 631, 682, 697:—g. 332 (56), 773 i. (20).

-, Christchurch cathedral, i. 643 (f. 29); ii. 287, 775 (f. 41).

-, -, dean and chapter, i. 643 (f. 32); ii. g. 771 (30).

-, College (supp.), of St. Mary in the Fields, ii. p. 436.

-, -, dean. See Spencer, M.

-, a hospital in, ii. 134 (p. 55), 155 (p. 65).

-, St. Mary's College, ii. 775 (f. 68).

Norwich, bp. of, i. 1280 (f. 6); ii. 775 (ff. 50, 67). See Repps, W.; also Nix, R.

Norwood, Alex., i. p. 775.

-, John, i. g. 717 (12).

Nostell or Nestelhoo (in Wragby near Pontefract), St. Oswald's priory (supp.), i. 643 (f. 50):—pp. 779–80, 784 bis, 785:—g. 302 (65 p. 152), 504 (11), 718 (4 pp. 356, 358); ii. 775 (f. 67):—pp. 437–9, 441:—g. 648 (25, 51).

[...]tes, Nicholas, of Antwerp, i. 1290.

[...] —. ii. 769 iv. (9).

[...] Nuttley abbey(supp.), [...] Long Crendon, Bucks, i. 643 (f. 45): ii. 775 (f. 61):—g. 200 (50).

Notley, Black-, Essex, i. 1226, 1280 (§ 1, f 37, §§ 2, 3).

-, parson of. See Vaughan, H.

Notting, John, i. p. 778.

Nottingham, i. 643 (f. 65), 1403:—g. 302 (30); ii. p. 457:—g. 332 (57), 476 (55).

-, castle, i. 585; ii. 754 (p. 386).

-, St. Mary's, ii. g. 332 (57).

Nottingham, John, i. p. 784:—g. 1537 (7).

-, (Notyngham), Thos., i. g. 302 (65 p. 152).

Nottinghamshire, i. 1280 (p. 631):—p. 772:—g. 302 (30), 970 (32).

-, (and Derbysh.), escheator, ii. g. 476 (34), 773.

-, musters in, i. 91 (p. 41).

-, (and Derb.), sheriff of, ii. 472. See Markham, Sir J. (1545–6); Clifton, Sir G. (1546–7).

Notyngham. See Nottingham.

Nouvilliers (Novelier), in the Boulonnais, i. 33.

Nova Aquila. See Neuenaar.

Novelier. See Nouvelliers.

Nowell, Andrew, sheriff of Lincolnshire (1546–7), i. 91 (Rutl.):—g. 970 (32); ii. 472:—g. 476 (p. 248).

-, Robt., ii. g. 771 (13).

Nowers Hall, Norf., i. g. 1383 (74).

Nowton, Ntht., ii. 246.

Nubery, Berks. See Newbury.

Nuburge, in Germany. See Neuburg.

Nugent, Oliver, ii. 156 (p. 66), 391.

-, Ric., baron of Delvin, q.v.

-, (Nwgent), Ric., Ormond's clerk, i. 918, 923.

Nun Appleton priory (supp.), near Bolton Percy, Yorks., i. p. 780:—g. 1537 (17 p. 763); ii. p. 440.

Nuncius, Ludovicus. See Montio, L.

Nuncotton (Nonnecotton) in Keelby, Linc., priory (supp.), ii. g. 476 (85).

Nuneaton (Noneton), Warw., nunnery (supp.), i. 643 (ff. 16, 45); ii. 775 (ff. 23, 62).

Nunford, Devon, ii. g. 771 (7).

Nun House (Nonnehouse) in Osmotherley, Yorks., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 336).

Nun Monkton (Nonnemonketon), Yorks., nunnery (supp.), i. 1280 (f. 21),

Nunney (Nonney). Soms., ii. g. 648 (11).

Nunnyngton, John, ii. g. 200 (50).

Nunormesby, Linc. See Ormsby[...]

Nunsta[...]

Nuremberg (Nürnberg, Nor[...] Norenborech, Nor[...] Norembergh, Norrinberge), [...] 80, 165 (p. 84), 201 (pp. 98–.[...], 402, 492, 730 (p. 366), 1285; ii. 112, 146, 176, 208, 309 (p. 143), 313, 377–8, 440.

-, letter dated at, i. 747.

Nurlingue. See Nördlingen.

Nürnberg. See Nuremberg.

Nussia. See Neuss.

Nutbrowne, John, i. pp. 770, 773.

Nuton, John. See Newton.

Nutte, Wm., ii. g. 332 (25).

Nuttley abbey. See Notley.

Nuysebet. See Nisbet.

Nuytzel, Gaspar, of Nuremberg, i. 80.

Nwgent. See Nugent.

Nyblye, Glouc. See Ebley.

Nycasius. See Yetswaert.

Nygrene, Peter, an Italian, i. 36.

Nymegn. See Nimeguen.

Nymet (Nymites), Bishop's-, Devon, i. 963 (63).

Nyton (Niton), Suss., i. g. 1537 (17 p. 763, 35).

O.

O, M. d' (Do), i. 1384 (p. 694).

Oadby (Odeby), Leic., i. g. 504 (1 p. 243–4).

Oagle. See Ogle.

Oakenshaw (Okenshawe), Yorks., ii. g. 648 (51 p. 343).

Oakington (Hokyngton), Camb., i. g. 970 (62 p. 489).

Oakley (Ocley), Bucks, i. g. 717 (5).

Oakley (Okeley), Glouc., ii. p. 441.

Oakley (Okeley) Magna, Ntht., i. g. 970 (62).

Oakley (Okeley) park, Glouc., i. 646 (2).

Oakley (Ockeley) park, Salop, i. g. 970 (54).

Oaksey (Wokesey), Wilts, ii. 475 (51).

Oakthorpe (Okethropp), Derb., i. 1388.

Oare (Ower, Ore), Berks., i. p. 774; ii. 775 (f. 107).

Oatlands (Oteland, Otlande), Surr., ii. 22, 382, 408, 413, 459, 546–7, 568, 647 (64), 754 (p. 386), 768 (pp. 394, 396), 769 iii.

-, letters dated at, ii. 13, 102 (2), 493, 513.

-, grants dated at, ii. g. 200 (8, 14), 476 (93–4), 648 (5, 9, 14–16, 19–21, 23, 26–7, 32–3, 35–6, 41–2, 49, 53, 56, 58).

-, meetings of Privy Council at, ii. 11, 477.

Obirne. See O'Byrne.

O'Brien, Morough (or Maurice), earl of thomond, i. 480, 915, 917 (p. 447), 963 (159); ii. g. 476 (43).

-, -, his chaplain to be bp. of Killaloe, i. 963 (159).

O'Brien, Callough, ii. 775 (f. 93).

-, Sir Donough, lord of Ibrickan, i. 275 ii., 917 (p. 447).

O'Briens (Breenys), the Irish family, i. 915 (p. 445).

O'Byrne (Obirne), Dowlayn, i. 275 ii.

O'Cahan (Ocaghan), —, Irish chief, i. 915.

O'Carroll (Okarell), —, Irish chief, i. 915.

-, (O'Carwell), Mulrony, i. 917.

-, (Okarell), Teague, brother of Callagh, i. 275 ii.

O'Carrolls (Kerroules), the Irish sept,, i. 480, 917.

Occold (Okeholt), Suff., i. g. 1383 (29).

Ochonor. See O'Connor.

Ock (Oke), the Berkshire river, ii. g. 200 (40).

Ock (Oke) hundred, Berks., ii. g. 476 (11).

Ockeley park, Salop. See Oakley.

Ockley (Okeley), Surr., i. p. 774.

Oclecleyhunger, Glouc., i. g. 302 (65 p. 153).

Ocley, Bucks. See Oakley.

O'Connor (Occhonour), Arthur, i. 774.

-, (Ochonor), Bernard, lord of Offaley, Irish chief, i. 275 ii., 480, 915–7, 918 (p. 449), 924; ii. 156 (p. 67).

Oddington (Odyngdon), Oxon, i. g. 717 (5).

Odebye, Leic. See Oadby.

Odell, Beds, ii. g. 648 (52).

O'Dempsy, —, Irish chief, captain of Glenmalire, i. 915.

Odinburgh. See Oldenburgh.

Odlynge, John, i. g. 1537 (35).

O'Donnel (Odonell), Manus, Irish chief, captain of Tyrconnel, i. 915.

Odymer, Suss. See Udymer.

Odyngdon, Oxon. See Oddington.

Oestland or Oestlandt. See Eastland.

Oettingen (Otingen), Charles and Louis counts of, i. 165.

Offenham, Worc., ii. g. 648 (25 pp. 335, 338).

Offley (Offeley), Herts, ii. g. 648 (51 p. 343).

Offley, Mr., i. 1222.

Offorde (Soms.?). See Wooforde.

Ogilvie, master of, i. 1369, 1404.

Ogilvy, Sir Walter, of Drumlugus, ii. 475.

Oglander, George, i. 1332.

Ogle, Nthld., ii. g. 771 (26).

Ogle, Cuthbert, i. p. 777.

-, Cuthbert, "Parson Ogle," rector of Bothal (died in 1545), i. g. 302 (49).

-, -, his sons, i. 650 (66).

-, Eliz., ii. 775 (f. 9).

-, John, i. 353.

-, Luke, i, 1279 (p. 627).

-, Mark, i. 1279 (p. 629):—p. 778.

-, Parson. See above, Cuthbert.

-, Peter, i. p. 777.

-, Ric., escheator of Linc. (a.d. 1534, 1546), i. g. 970 (32); ii. g. 773 ii.

-, Sir Robert, lord Ogle (died in 1545), i. g. 302 (49); ii. g. 771 (26).

-, Robert lord, a minor, i. 1280 (f. 55):—g. 302 (49); ii. g. 771 (26).

-, (Oagle), Thos., rider, i. 969 (3).

Oglethorpe (Oglesthorpe), Yorks., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 335).

Oglethorpe, Owen, S.T.P., prb. of Henry VIII.'s College, Oxford, i. p. 778; ii. 775 (f. 35). See Notes and Errata.

Oglethorpe, John, i. g. 970 (62 p. 489).

-, Owen, i. g. 970 (62 p. 489).

O'Hanlon, —, Irish chief, i. 915.

Oil, i. 1086; ii. 724:—g. 476 (103).

Oise, the French river, i. 1396 ("the river").

Oisel, sieur d'. See Clutin, Henry.

Okarell. See O'Carroll.

Oke hundred, Berks. See Ock; also Hendred, Ock-.

Okeford, Child- (Childeokforde), Dors., i. g. 504 (27).

Okeford Fitzpayne, Dors., i. g. 1166 (73); ii. 199 (16).

Okeley, Glouc. See Oakley.

Okeley, Ntht. See Oakley.

Okeley, Surr. See Ockley.

Okeley, John, i. g. 504 (1).

-, (Okey), Marg., i. 643 (f. 15); ii. 775 (f. 20).

-, Robt., i. g. 1383 (75).

Oken, Robt., ii. g. 200 (38).

Okenshawe, Yorks. See Oakenshaw.

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

Oker, John, ii. p. 441.

Okerell, Essex, ii. g. 771 (14).

Okethropp, Derb. See Oakthorpe.

Oke water. See Ock.

Oking, Surr. See Woking.

Oking, Robert, LL.D., i. 301 (27):—g. 504 (8).

Okkey, Thos., i. 722 (4).

Okyngdon, Wm., gentleman porter of Calais (1546), ii. 199 (35):—g. 476 (14).

Oldborn, Geoff., i. g. 302 (16).

Oldbury (Oldebury), Glouc., i. g. 302 (65 p. 153); ii. g. 772 (4).

Oldcastle (Olde Castell), Monm., i. g. 1166 (47).

Old Court (Olde Courte), Heref., i. g. 1166 (47).

Olde, John, priest, i. 1246.

Oldehithe. See Hythe.

Oldemalton, Yorks. See Malton.

Oldenburg (Oldenborch), count of, i. 165.

Oldenburg (Oldenberch, Oldenborech, Oweldenborch, Odinburgh), Count Christopher of, i. 1091, 1155, 1191, 1438, 1490, 1491, 1513; ii. 216, 268, 522.

Olde Stede, Yorks. See Oldstead.

Oldfeld, Thos., i. g. 149 (33).

Oldfield (Oldefeld), Salop, i. g. 716 (12).

Oldhall (Oldehall), Essex, i. g. 1383 (18).

Oldhamstocks (Old Hamstokkes), in Scotland, i. 1279 (pp. 627, 630).

Old Ross, in Ireland, ii. 156.

Oldstead (Olde Stede), Yorks., i. p. 773.

Oldwynsour, Berks. See Windsor.

Olivarius or Olivarino, —, a bookseller, ii. 346, 380.

Oliver, Henry, i. p. 770.

-, (Ollyver), John, dean of Henry VIII.'s College, Oxford, i. 597, 643 (f. 23):—p. 778; ii. 775 (f. 34).

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

-, Marg., ii. g. 332 (56).

-, Thos., i. 1280 (f. 14).

Olivier, François, Seigneur de Leuville, chancellor of France, i. 953, 974, 1213, 1220, 1394 (4), 1405; ii. 77, 78, 144 (p. 60), 189, 248, 703.

-, -, letters to, i. 1220; ii. 703.

Ollerton, Chesh., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 335).

Ollerton alias Wollerton, Salop, i. g. 1166 (20).

Olmes. See Ulm.

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

Olsnitz (Elsnitz), in Saxony, ii. 351.

Olton Lowe. Chesh. See Oulton.

Olufton, Warw. See Ufton.

Olyattes, John, i. g. 1166 (37 p. 575).

Olyffe or Olyve. See Ayliff.

Ombersley (Ombursley), Worc., ii. pp. 439, 441.

O'Molmoy. See O'Mulmoy.

O'More, —, Irish chief, i. 915, 917.

-, Conyll, Irish chief, "Old Omore" (died in 1537), i. 917.

-, Kedagh (died 1542?), i. 920.

O'Mores, the Irish family, i. 917.

O'Mulmoy (O'Molmoy), —. Irish chief, i. 480; ii. 156 (p. 67).

O'Neil (Oneyle), Con, earl of Tyrone, i. 480, 915–6, 1523, 1536 (49).

O'Neil, Felym Roo, i. 915, 917 (p. 447).

-, (Onele, Honeill), Hugh, i. 917 (p. 447); ii. 391, 775 (ff. 91).

-, Matth. or Feardoragh, lord of Duncannon, q.v.

-, Neil Connelagh, i. 915.

Oneley, Adam, i. g. 1166 (20).

Onslowe, Thos., i. g. 302 (65 pp. 150, 152).

Opem, Mich., ii. 769 iv. (12).

Orange, Prince of. See Nassau, Count of.

Orange (Aurenge), Anne princess of, daughter of Anthony duke of Lorraine and widow of René prince of Orange, ii. 310, 485.

Orayley. See O'Reilly.

Orchearde, John, ii. p. 433.

Ord (Ourde, Owrd), John, of Berwick, i. 1279 (pp. 625–7, 629–30).

Ordnance and munitions, arms, lances, pikes, etc., cliffes, harness, morespikes, i. 71, 82, 252, 283, 286, 315, 324, 376, 386, 402, 414, 425, 449, 453–5, 513–4, 566, 591, 597, 635, 643 (ff. 64–5, 67 bis, 68, 70–1, 73–6, 78), 735, 795, 819, 1384, 1445, 1459, 1512:—g. 1383 (11); ii. 28, 112, 145, 176, 208, 239, 309, 313, 351, 360, 387, 408, 451, 457 (p. 216), 494, 498, 539, 558, 579, 618, 634, 661–2, 684, 731, 770 (31–2) 775 (ff. 92, 96–7):—pp. 456 et seq.:—g. 476 (94).

-, lists, i. 24 (p. 13), 84, 90, 269, 428, 651 (2), 1070 (4).

-, See also Guns.

Ore manor. See Oare.

O'Reilly (Orayley), —, Irish chieftain, i. 417, 915.

-, -, letter from, i. 417.

-, (Orayley), Hugh, son of the O'Reilly, i. 275 ii.

Ores, Kent, i. 1280 (f. 40).

Orford, Suff., i. g. 302 (56), 1537 (23, 35); ii. p. 461.

Orford Castle, Suff., ii. p. 456.

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

Orkney, bp. of. See Reid, R.

Orleans (Orliaunce), duke of. See Charles.

Orleans, François d', duke of longueville, q.v.

Orleton, Heref., i. 963 (66).

Orliaunce. See Orleans.

Orme, Barth., ii. g. 648 (51 p. 343).

-, Humph., ii. 331 (53), 754 (pp. 385–6):—g. 322 (60).

Ormesby, Norf., ii. g. 476 (55).

Ormesby, Yorks., i. p. 773.

Ormiston (Ormestone), in Scotland, i. g. 1383 (55).

Ormond, Thomas Butler earl of (a.d. 1478 to 1515), ii. g. 200 (29).

Ormond, Piers Butler earl of (1515 to 1539), i. 918 (pp. 448–9).

Ormond (Urmonde, Urmund) and Ossory, James Butler earl of (died 17 Oct., 1546), i. 17, 219, 247, 275, 281–2, 290, 295, 689, 744–5, 915, 917 (p. 447), 918 (pp. 448–9), 920–4, 1384 (p. 696), 1468, 1512; ii. 156, 212.

-, letter from, i. 247.

-, -, signature of, i. 219.

Ormond, Thomas Butler earl of, son of the preceding, a minor, ii. 654.

Ormsby, North, or Nun Ormsby, Linc, nunnery (supp.), i. pp. 779, 783.

Ornesan, Bernard d', baron of St. Blancard, q.v.

Orok, Wm., i. 1363–4.

O'Rourke (Oruricke, Orowerke), —, Irish chief, i. 915, 917, (p. 447).

Orpeth, Adam, ii. p. 435.

Orphett, Wm., clk., i. 1124.

Orphinstronge, John, ii. g. 648 (43, 51 p. 344).

Orpyn, Wm., i. g. 504 (1).

Orrell, Lanc., ii. g. 772 (4).

Orsini, John Paulo. See Cieri.

Orton, Nthld. See Horton.

Orton, John, i. g. 149 (29).

-, Ric., i. g. 1537 (7).

-, Robt., i. g. 1537 (7).

Ortunia de Lanos, in Spain, ii. 244.

Oruricke. See O'Rourke.

Orwell, Camb., ii. 320 (3):—g. 648 (51).

Orwell, Suff., ii. p. 461.

Orwell Haven, Suff., ii. pp. 456, 458.

-, chart of, ii. p. 458.

Orwell, Nic., i. g. 1166 (43); ii. 712 i.:—g. 476 (p. 248).

Osbaldwick (Osbawldewick) prebend, in York cathedral, ii. g. 200 (11).

Osbaston (Oskaston), Leic., i. g. 504 (1).

Osbaston, Salop, i. g. 1166 (20).

Osborne, Mr., the Queen's servant, ii. 769 iii. (1).

-, (Osburn), John, ii. 634 (1, 10):—g. 476 (53).

-, -, signature of, ii. 634.

-, Ralph, i. 722 (4).

-, Robt., ii. g. 476 (89).

-, Thos., i. g. 302 (65 p. 152).

Oscombe, Devon. See Ufculm.

Oseley, Wm., i. g. 1166 (57).

Oseney (Osney), beside Oxford, abbey (supp.), i. 643 (f. 25); ii. 775 (f. 38):—g. 476 (9), 648 (25 p. 336).

Osiander, Andrew, the Reformer, i. 316 (?).

Osius. See Hosius.

Oskaston, Leic. See Osbaston.

Osmington, Dors., ii. g. 200 (19, 50).

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

Osmotherley (Osmonderley), Yorks., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 336).

Osnaburg, bp. of. See Munster.

Osney. See Oseney.

Osney, college of. See Oxford, Cathedral.

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

Ospring, Kent, ii. g. 200 (10), 476 (12).

Ossory, earl of. See Ormond and Ossory.

Ostend (Austen), in Flanders, ii. p. 461.

Ostenhanger, Kent. See Westonhanger.

Osterach, Hans von, i. 581 (2).

Osterking, Katharine, widow of Francis, ii. 767 (20–1).

Osterwike. See Austria.

Ostynghanger, Kent. See Westonhanger.

Oswalderley, Gabriel, i. g. 1166 (26).

Oteland or Otelond, Surr. See Oatlands.

Oterton, Devon. See Otterton.

Otewell, Wm., ii. g. 476 (89).

Otford, Kent, i. 643 (ft 89, 90):—p. 783; ii. 244 (p. 115), 775 (f. 107).

-, gardener's bill, ii. 769 iv. (8).

Othery, Soms., ii. g. 648 (5).

Otigny, M. d', ii. 403.

Otingen. See Oettingen.

Otlande. See Oatlands.

Otley, Adam, ii. g. 773 ii.

O'Toole, Brian, son of Tirlaugh, Irish chief, ii. g. 476 (43).

-, Lucas, son of Arthur, ii. g. 476 (43).

Otryngton, John, i. g. 149 (33).

Otter, the Devonshire river, ii. p. 472.

Otterburn, in Scotland, i. 1279 (pp. 625, 628–9).

Otterburn (Ottirburn, Hotbourne, "Dr. Whittingham"), Sir Adam, of Reidhall, ambassador to England (Nov., 1546), i. 159, 1132, 1170, 1196, 1363, 1369, 1404, 1456, 1502:—g. 1537 (14); ii. 14 (?), 211, 380–2, 396–7, 408–9, 413, 415, 423, 428, 455, 459–61, 478, 481, 494, 500–1, 514–5, 517–8, 523–4, 532–3, 546 (p. 276), 547, 551, 568, 591, 605 (p. 308), 609, 651, 662, 675, 684, 702, 743, 751.

-, -, letter from, ii. 591.

Otterden (Ottryngden), Kent, ii. g. 200 (10).

-, letter dated at, ii. 592.

Otterden, Nic., priest, ii. 645n.

Otterford, Soms., ii. g. 200 (19).

Otterington, North- (Northotrington), Yorks., ii. g. 648 (25).

Otterton (Oterton), Devon, i. g. 504 (27, 47 p. 251).

Ottery St. Mary, Devon, i. g. 970 (41), ii. g. 476 (p. 248).

-, college (supp.), i. p. 779:—g. 970 (41).

-, dean. See Bascombe, B.

-, -, pension list, i. p. 779.

Ottirburn. See Otterburn.

Ottryngden, Kent. See Otterden.

Ouercentanus, Dr. Eustathius, ambassador from the Elector Palatine, ii. 147, 167, 293, 331 (69), 775 (f. 93).

Oughby, Robt., i. 1350.

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

Oulme. See Ulm.

Oulston (Ulveston), Yorks., ii. g. 648 (51 p. 343).

Oulton (Ulton), Cumb., i. g. 1166 (26).

Oulton (Olton), Low-, Chesh., ii. 433.

Oultreau, beside Boulogne, q.v.

Oulveston, Leic. See Ouston.

Oundle (Owndall, Ovndylle), Ntht., i. 528, 1222, 1317; ii. 240.

Oursewe, Nicholas, King's clockmaker, i. 301 (18).

Ouse (Owse), the Yorkshire river, i. p. 779:—g. 1537 (17? "Ewes").

Ouston, Chesh., ii. 433.

Ouston (Oulveston, Weston), Leic., i. p. 770.

-, abbey (supp.), i. p. 770:—g. 504 (1, pp. 243–4), 716 (20).

Ouston, Linc. See Owston.

Outreleau, Mons. d' (Dawtreou), his son, i. 471 (2).

Outwell (Owtwell), Norf., i. g. 1383 (81).

Over, Camb., i. p. 781; ii. g. 648 (51).

Over (Owever), Chesh., ii. 433:—g. 200 (1).

Over, Sister- (Sesterwover), Warw., ii. g. 648 (51 p. 343).

Over, Hen., i. g. 302 (65), 1383 (89); ii. g. 476 (47).

Overa, Magna et Parva, Derb. See Mickleover and Littleover.

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

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

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

Overley, Glouc. See Leigh.

Overpreston, Kent. See Preston.

Over Ryssell. See Overyssel.

Over Silton, Yorks., ii. g. 648 (51).

Overton Longfelde and Overton Waterfield, Hunts, i. g. 718 (4), 970 (62).

Overton, Peter, chaplain, ii. g. 773 ii. (17).

Overwear (Overwere), Soms., i. g. 1166 (36).

Overyssel (Over Isel, Over Ryssell), in the Netherlands, i. 238, 450, 1155 (2), 1191.

Oving, Bucks, i. g. 504 (12).

Ovington, Yorks., i. p. 780.

Ovndylle. See Oundle.

Oweldenborch. See Oldenburg.

Owen, George, M.D., King's physician, i. 148 (26, 47, 94), 650 (70), 969, 1165 (8), 1382 (68), 1384 (p. 696); ii. 475 (69), 634 (1, 10), 768 (p. 398):—g. 332 (26, 91), 648 (25 p. 336).

-, -, signature of, ii. 634 768 (i., iii., iv.).

-, George, i. 643 (f. 36):—g. 970 (62 p. 489), 1383 (110 p. 693), 1537 (35); ii. 712 xvii., 775 (f. 52).

-, John, i. 1165 (46):—g. 1383 (53); ii. 472 (Denb.).

-, Lewes, ii. 472 (Merion.).

-, Thos., i. 1165 (46):—g. 1383 (53).

Ower, Berks. See Oare.

Owersby (Owresby), Linc., i. g. 1166 (73 p. 582).

Owescote, in the Boulonnais, i. 489.

Owever, Chesh. See Over.

Owghame, John, i. 1280 (f. 9).

Owlacomb, Devon. See Woolacombe.

Owlecombe, Devon. See Ulcombe.

Owndall, Ntht. See Oundle.

Ownes, Thos., ii. 134 (2).

Owrd. See Ord.

Owresby, Linc. See Owersby.

Owrom. Yorks. See Ulrome.

Owse. See Ouse.

Owston (Ouston), Linc., i. p. 784; ii. g. 476 (25).

Owstonwood, Chesh., i. p. 769.

Owstwick (Owstwicle), Yorks., ii. g. 476 (98).

Owthorpe, Notts, ii. p. 476 (66).

Owthwayte Torkard, Notts, ii. g. 476 (62).

Owtinges. See Autingues.

Owyn, Jevan, ii. g. 200 (36).

Oxcomb (Oxcome), Linc., ii. g. 476 (85).

Oxenbridge, Wm., ii. g. 771 (3).

Oxendon Magna, Ntht., i. g. 1166 (29).

Oxenhall, Glouc., ii. 436.

Oxenton, Glouc., ii. g. 332 (65).

Oxespringe, Thos., i. g. 504 (47).

Oxford (Oxonforth), i. g. 302 (30); ii. p. 434:—g. 476 (1).

-, to be called a city, ii. g. 476 (9).

-, chantries in, valor of, i. 299 (2).

-, mayor of. See Gunter, R.

-, mayor and brethren, i. 573; ii. g. 648 (25 pp. 337–8).

All Saints, ii. g. 476 (1), 648 (25 p. 336).

Bolshipton (Bolshipston) manor, ii. g. 771 (35).

Cathedral of Christ and St. Mary or "College of Oseney" (founded in 1542, supp. 1545), i. p. 778:—g. 302 (65), 504 (1, 12); ii. 332 (54):—p. 433:—g. 476 (85), 648 (25, 46).

-, pension list, i. p. 778.

Christ Church Cathedral (founded in 1546), ii. 475 (65), 647 (26), 770 (12):—g. 648 (25).

-, endowment of, ii. g. 648 (25).

-, foundation, ii. g. 476 (9).

Fryswyst. See below, St. Frideswide's.

St. Aldat's, i. 299 (2); ii. g. 648 (25 pp. 334, 336).

St. Ebba's, ii. g. 648 (25 p. 336).

St. Edward's, ii. g. 648 (25 p. 336).

St. Frideswide's parish, ii. g. 648 (25).

St. Frideswide's (Fryswyst), priory (supp. by Wolsey), i. g. 1383 (6); ii. 775 (ff. 33, 67):—g. 476 (9), 648 (25).

St. Giles, i. 299 (2).

St. John's, ii. g. 648 (25 p. 336).------

St. Martin's, ii. g. 648 (25 p. 336).

St. Mary's, ii. g. 648 (25 pp. 334, 336).

St. Mary Magdalen's, i. 299 (2).

St. Michael Aquilon, i. 299 (2); ii. g. 648 (25 p. 336).

St. Michael Archangel, i. g. 718 (4 p. 358).

St. Nicholas, ii. g. 476 (9), 648 (25 pp. 334, 336).

St. Peter's, i. g. 718 (4 p. 358); II. g. 476 (85).

St. Peter in Ballivio, ii. g. 648 (25 p. 336).

St. Peter in the East, ii. g. 648 (25 p. 336).

St. Thomas' chapel, ii. g. 648 (25 p. 336).

Oxford University, i. 68, 244, 573, 643 (ff. 37, 85, 92), 963 (40), 1472; ii. 52, 296, 321, 346, 770 (12), 775 (ff. 86, 92, 97–8, 108):—g. 476 (9), 648 (25 p. 337).

-, letters from, i. 244; ii. 296.

-, civil lecturer, i. 963 (40).

-, survey of colleges, i. 148 (77), 299 (2).

-, dispute with town, i. 1472.

-, vice-chancellor. See Tresham, W.

All Souls College, i. 244, 299 (2).

Baliol (Baylyole) College, i. 244, 299 (2); ii. g. 476 (9).

Barnardes College, ii. g. 648 (25).

Brazenose (Brasynoes)College, i. 244, 299 (2); ii. g. 476 (9), 648 (25 p. 338).

Brodeyates Inn, ii. g. 648 (25).

Canterbury College (supp.), i. g. 504 (17); ii. g. 476 (9), 648 (25 pp. 334, 338).

Corpus Christi College, i. 244, 299 (2); ii. 380.

Durham College (supp.), i. p. 783; ii. g. 648 (25).

Edward's Hall (supp.), ii. g. 476 (9), 648 (25).

Exeter College, alias Stapledon Hall, i. 244, 299 (2).

Gloucester College (supp.), ii. g. 476 (9).

King Henry VIII.'s or St. Frideswide's (Freswyste) College (supp.), i. 643 (ff. 23, 50):—pp. 778, 783:—g. 302 (65 p. 153); ii. pp. 433–4, 441:—g. 476 (1, 9), 648 (§ 25 pp. 334, 337, § 62 p. 348).

-, dean of. See Oliver. J.

-, pension list, i. p. 778.

King's Hall, i. 244, 299 (2).

Lincoln College, i. 244, 299 (2); ii. g. 476 (9).

Magdalen College, i. 244, 299 (2), 963 (64, 124, 154, 160):—g. 504 (1).

Merton College, i. 244, 299 (2).

New College alias Winchester College, i. 244, 299 (2).

Oriel (Oryell) College, i. 244, 299 (2); ii. g. 476 (9), 648 (25 pp. 334, 338).

Peckwater's Inn alias Vyne Hall, ii. g. 476 (9), 648 (25).

Queen's College, i. 244, 299 (2).

Queen's Hall, ii. g. 476 (85).

St. Frideswide's College. See above King Henry VIII.'s College.

St. Mary College, i. g. 718 (4 p. 358).

University College, i. 244, 299 (2).

Vyne Hall. See above, Peckwater's Inn.

Oxford, archdeacon of, ii. g. 476 (9), 648 (25 p. 337).

-, bp. of. See King, R.

-, bpric. of, ii. g. 476 (9).

Oxford, John de Vere, 13th earl of (a.d. 1464–1513), i. g. 1537 (29).

Oxford, John de Vere earl of, i. 91 (Essex), 853, 961, 1171, 1241, 1384 (pp. 695 ter, 696):—g. 302 (65 p. 152), 970 (32); ii. 556, 759:—g. 648 (51 p. 344).

Oxford, Anne countess dowager of, i. 969 iii., 1165 (3), 1384 (p. 696):—g. 1166 (25); ii. g. 476 (3).

Oxford, Elizabeth countess of, wife of the 13th earl, widow of William viscount Beaumont, i. g. 1537 (29).

Oxford, Simon, ii. p. 433.

Oxfordshire, i. 328, 1280 (f, 53), 1384 (p. 696):—p. 768:—g. 302 (30), 970 (32).

-, escheators, ii. g. 773.

-, musters in, i. 91 (1, 2).

-, (and Berks), sheriff of, ii. 472. See Foster, Sir H. (1545–6); Chamberlain, L. (1546–7).

Oxhey, Herts, i. p. 772.

Oxley, John, i. 269.

Oxney, Isle of, Kent, i. g. 717 (3).

Oxonforth. See Oxford.

Oxonia, in Germany. See Frankfort.

Oxtead (Oxstede), Surr., i. p. 774.

Oxton (Oxston), Notts, ii. g. 476 (62).

Oxton, John, i. 1280 (§ 1, f. 37, § 3).

-, Wm, ii. g. 332 (61).

Oysi or Oysif. See Ausy.

Oysterlowe, in Wales, i. g. 1383 (27).



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