Index of subjects

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Centre for Metropolitan History

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J. V. Kitto (editor)

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1901

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591-599

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'Index of subjects', St Martin-in-the-Fields: The accounts of the churchwardens, 1525-1603 (1901), pp. 591-599. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=81921 Date accessed: 30 August 2014.


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The following are the chief collective headings:—

Aliens. Bells. Books. Burials. Church: 1. Fabric. 2. Linen. 3. Lands. 4. Ornaments. Clerk. Collections. Communion. Festivals. Flowers. Gifts. Income. Legal Affairs. Light. Military. Officials: 1. Parochial. 2. Ecclesiastical. 3. Royal and State. Organ. Perambulation. Pews. Plague. Prices. Refreshments. Ringers. Sexton. Trades. Vestments. Vestry. Vicars. Wages. Words.

INDEX OF SUBJECTS.

Aliens and Strangers. Austrian, 203
-, Dutch, 5, 153, 259, 267, 277, 304
-, French, 193, 301
-, Indian, 481
-, Irish, 197, 266, 359–60, 367, 369, 379, 381
-, Moors, 260, 447
-, Portuguese, 197
-, Scotch, 202, 276
-, Spaniards, 152, 155
-, Strangers (Lists of), 200, 209, 234, 239, 349, 366, 465

Altars, vide Church

Archdeacons, vide Legal Affairs (Presentments)

Aumbry, vide Church (Choir)

Balling clappers, vide Bells (Repairs)

Banners, vide Church, II

Baptism, 190, 192

Bells at funerals passim; vide also Inventory, Ringers
-, The Bells. Forebell, 166, 234, 291
-, Great, 16, 18, 41, 64, 67–8, 73, 109, 133, 164, 166, 218, 233, 316, 320, 321, 442
-, Little, 12, 104, 192, 233
-, Mass, 29, 73; Morrowmass, 72
-, Middle, 28
-, Sanctus, 30, 64–5, 74, 91, 157, 178, 211, 218, 233, 423, 472
-, [The bells are more commonly referred to as 3rd, 4th, etc.]
-, Bellhouse, 74, 217
-, Casting, 55, 104, 107–8, 254, 257, 314, 353–4, 362–3, 442, 444, 453, 455–6
-, Collections for bells, vide Casting
-, Repairs (extensive), 154, 177, 377, 385–6
-, Balling clappers, 320, 474, 526
-, Bellstock, 106
-, Baldricks, 14, 15, 32, 43, 57, 73, 91, 109, 133, 138, 145–7, 154–5, 157, 166, 172–3, 222, 233, 246, 248, 423
-, Baldrope, 311, vide Baldricks
-, Clappers, vide Balling, 14, 16, 28, 32, 41, 54, 73, 109, 222, 256
-, Collars, 186, 191, 218
-, Forelocks, 498
-, Frame, 55, 62, 73
-, Grease (lycker), 165, 185, 187, 194, 199, 200
-, Ropes, 12, 27–8, 40, 42, 53, 55, 62, 74, 82, 105, 123, 132, 145–7, 154–7, 165, 177–8, 199, 233, 248, 390, 422, 464, 472, 513, 525, 537
-, Rounding clappers, vide Balling
-, Stirrups, 64, 320, 365
-, Wheels, 53, 55, 62, 146, 166

Bequests, vide Gifts

Bible, vide Books

Books, vide Inventories on pp. 505–6, 528 Church Service Books. Antiphone, 158
-, Bible, 59, 64, 125, 130, 178, 183, 256, 264, 321, 462
-, Calendar and Commandments, 190
-, Catechism, 451
-, Communion, 145, 185, 255, 462
-, Grails, 158, 173
-, Homilies, 157, 191, 255, 349, 495
-, Lent prayers, 483
-, Manuals, 65, 146, 158
-, Massbook, 146
-, Paraphrase, 130, 151
-, Plainsong for Festival of Jesus, 14
-, Plainsong for Visitation of the Virgin, 14
-, Portas, 146
-, Prayer Book, 384
-, Procession Books, 106, 148, 158
-, Psalters, 136, 177, 185
-, Service Books, 133, 151, 177, 210, 223, 269, 405, 441, 495
-, Special Services. Armada, 406
-, Cadiz expedition, 487
-, Earthquake, 319
-, French treaty (1546), 122 (n)
-, Gowry's plot, 569
-, Henry of Navarre, 422, 424
-, Huguenots (Massacre), 269
-, Naval expedition (1596), 496
-, Plague, 210, 216, 453, 569
-, Queen, for the, 145, 462
-, Turks, against the, 229
-, Church Books (MS.) Collections, For recording, 146, 148, 156, 272, 394
-, Correcting the Service Books, 72 (vide Addenda)
-, Ledger, 195, 279
-, Mending books, 91
-, Pew Book, 363
-, Registers, 14, 136, 177, 184, 279, 320, 422, 442, 486, 514, 523, 549, 585
-, Sorting all Books and documents, 498

Brods, vide Prices (Nails).

Burials. Lists at the beginning of each year's accounts
-, Beir, 74, 165, 166, 228, 280, 284, 305
-, Church (Burials in), e.g. 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 13, 18, 21, 24, 29, 33–5, 40, 42, 45, 47, 55, 60, 67, 73, 76, 82, 98–9, 108, etc. (May easily be seen by the fees paid).
-, Churchyard, 17, 28, 184, 186, 238–9, 337
-, Coffins, 106, 165–6, 209, 211, 397, 505, 528, 573
-, [From p. 302 onwards a very usual burial fee was "coffened, vjd."]
-, Coffinhouse, 561
-, Fees vide Burial Receipts passim.
-, Buried elsewhere, 317, 366, 369, 380–2, 404, 418–20, 427, 438, 468, 479, 481, 490, 517, 519, 566
-, Entrails buried here, 294 (n. 6), 479
-, Hearsecloth, 14, 72, 136–7, 183, 188, 209, 211, 273, 505–6, 528, 550, 573 (vide Burial Receipts passim)
-, Memorial Services, Myndes. Annual. 1–4, 6–8, 22, 23, 25, 33–36, 45–49, 58–60, 68, 69, 77, 88, 89, 93, 94, 99, 100, 113, 116, 161, 170. Monthly, 2, 4, 6, 7, 22–5, 33–5, 44–5, 47, 49, 58, 66–8, 70, 76–7, 86–7, 89, 95, 99, 100, 112, 115, 159, 167, 169, 170, 230
-, Porch, Burials in, 2, 7, 8, 480
-, Rammers, 184, 505, 528, 573
-, Rollers, 234, 385, 505, 528, 573
-, Spades, 74, 82, 109
-, Tressels, 505, 528

Candles, vide Lights, I

Censers, vide Church, IV

Chapels, vide Church, I

Chrisome, e.g. 68, 283, 289, 290, 294, 308, 314, 344, 366

Church. I. Fabric, vide also Pews, Roodloft.
-, Altars and Chapels. The altar, 148, 165
-, The altars, 132, 176, 177
-, The High Altar, 43, 64, 122, 125, 130, 148, 154, 181, 574
-, Cleaning altar tables, 122
-, Superaltar, 148
-, The Chapel, 67
-, Our Lady of Pity, 20, 30
-, St. Cuthbert's, 28, 31, 61, 72, 74, 90
-, St. John's, 28, 74, 75
-, Chancel or Choir, 62, 138
-, Aumbry, 64
-, Box for the poor, 136, 138
-, Chest, 28, 31
-, Commandments, 178, 407, 414, 506
-, Cupboard, 177
-, Desk, 29
-, Pews, 146, 147, 285, 412
-, Seats, 145
-, Stalls, 90
-, Stools, 138
-, Table, 500, 515
-, Church House, 291
-, Churchyard, vide Burials.
-, Counting House, 240
-, Font, q.v.
-, Galleries, vide Rood, 90, 193, 433, 498, 500, 501, 525, 547, 560
-, Images, vide Church (Ornaments).
-, Pageants and Plays, q.v.
-, Porch, vide Burials, 13–15, 74.
-, Procession door, 15
-, Pulpit, 136, 146, 164, 184, 298, 387, 394, 400, 451, 462, 463, 528, 573
-, Repairs, General, 80–2, 125, 405, 484–6, 498–503, 523
-, Mending walls where lights stood, 62
-, Whitening the Church, 130, 131
-, Wiping out the scriptures, 154
-, Schoolhouse, 256
-, Steeple, 14, 32, 55, 139, 157, 166, 200, 247–8
-, Belfry stairs, 411
-, Bellhouse, 74, 217
-, Clock, 274, 285, 291, 348, 364, 395, 412, 422–3, 496, 505
-, Storehouse, 183–4, 262, 342, 523, 568
-, Vestry, 256, 489, 499, 500
-, Wedding door, 222 (n. 4).
-, Windows, 28, 43, 62, 72, 74, 78, 110, 125, 133, 138, 145, 165, 173, 177–8, 187, 194, 199, 211, 223, 273, etc.

Church. II. Cloths and Linen, vide Inventories on pp. 505–6, 573
-, Altar Cloths, 20, 31, 41, 42, 61, 73, 105, 129, 137, 157
-, Altar Fringe, 31
-, Arras, 40
-, Banners vide Streamers
-, Canopy, 106, 137, 155, 164, 171–2
-, Communion Cloth, 138, 146, 209, 290, 413, 505–6, 528
-, Corpus Cloth, 65
-, Corporas Cases, 16, 20, 103, 137, 158
-, Cross Cloth, 154, cf. Rood Cloth
-, Curtains, 20, 31, 73, 137, 158, 171, 209, 363
-, Cushions, 210, 505, 528
-, Desk Cloth, 137
-, Hassocks, 240, 256
-, Hearse Cloth, vide Burials
-, Houselling towel, 30
-, Mats, vide Hassocks
-, Napkins, 107
-, Pulpit Cloth, 136, 451, 462–3, 528, 573
-, Pulpit Cushion, 362
-, Pyx Cloth, 137
-, Rood Cloth, 165, cf. Cross Cloth
-, Seer Cloth, 43
-, Sheets, 20
-, Streamers, 137, 156, 158, 164, 216, 528
-, Towels, 30–1, 42, 105, 137, 505–6, 528

Church. III. Lands.
-, Church Acre, vide Income (Rents)
-, Church lane (House over the) vide Income (Rents), 4, 140
-, Church way, (lease), 132–3, 145–6
-, Church yard, vide Burials
-, Rents, 577

Church IV. Ornaments and Property, vide Bells, Books, Burials, Font, Organ, Rood
-, Basins, 43, 53, 55
-, Buckets, Fire, 434, 505, 528, 573
-, Candlesticks, 43, 60, 63, 72, 75, 106, 137, 146, 156, 178, 256 (vide Lights)
-, Censers, 42, 63, 103, 107, 129, 148, 154, 163
-, Chalice, vide Communion Cup
-, Chests, 28, 31, 55, 75, 125, 136, 138, 154, 183, 500–1, 505
-, Chrismatory, 148
-, Communion Cup, 29, 72, 74, 130, 138, 143, 149, 163, 178, 200, 362, 411, 505–6, 528, 573
-, Communion Pots, 441, 505, 528, 573
-, Communion Trenchards, 272
-, Crewets, 55, 148
-, Crosses, on the altar, 165; a cross, 146; cross staff, 154; cross of Laten, 129; Judas cross, 64, 149; Lenten cross, 74
-, Desk, 29, 464, vide Books (Bible)
-, Dryfat, 245
-, Fire, vide Buckets and Hooks
-, Font, q.v.
-, Footpaces, 138, 183
-, Frankincense ship, 43, 158
-, Holy Bread, 146; cf. Communion (Singing Bread)
-, Holy water sprinkler, 63, 106, 123, 146, 163, 165
-, Holy water stock, 62, 65, 91, 146, 163, 245
-, Hooks and Chains, 505, 528, 538, 573, cf. Buckets
-, Hour glass, 246, 496
-, Images (cf. Roodloft), 12, 15, 58, 60, 122 (n. 2), 129, 158, 164, 173
-, Ladders (cf. Buckets and Hooks), 143, 210, 247, 269, 387, 464, 505, 528, 573
-, Lamps (vide Lights), 12, 61, 103, 107, 123, 172, 245 (vide Prices)
-, Lantern, 72
-, Lectern, 65
-, Paschall (vide Lights), basin, 55; frame, 149
-, Pyx, vide Communion (Sacrament), 61, 129, 137, 147
-, Sepulchre, q.v.
-, Tabernacle, 125

Churchwardens, for their names, vide pp. 1, 13, 21, 32, 44, 58, 66, 76, 83, 92, 111, 127, 134, 141, 151, 159, 167, 179, 196, 213, 225, 236, 242, 250, 265, 275, 287, 300, 313, 334, 352, 376, 399, 416, 435, 457, 476, 507, 529, 552

Churchyard, vide Burials

Clergy, vide Vicars
-, vide (in Index of Persons), Adams, Bowme, Sir Frawnces, Gravett, Jaxely, Muckell, Raynes, Scotte, Sprynt, Stampe, Whyttyngton
-, Curates, 63, 438, 448, 461

Clerk, vide Atkinson (Thomas); Bedworth (Nicholas); Capper; Dore; Forrest; Hampden; Marshall (John); More (John); Nicholas; Smith (Henry); Swanne (William); 12–18, 27–30, 32–4, 40, 42–3, 53–5, 63, 72–3, 82, 90, 106, 110, 123–4, 130–5, 142, 154, 162, 172–3, 177–8, 183–7, 191–2, 194, 199, 200, 209–11, 216–21, 222–3, 228–9, 232, 234, 239, 240–1, 245–8, etc.
-, Buried in Porch, 2, 7, 8, 480
-, Election dispute, 455
-, Earnest money, 211
-, Surplice, 209, 217–8, 221–3, 228–9, 232, 234, 239
-, St. Martin's Day-Dinner, 166
-, Vestry, 585
-, Wages gathered, 37–8, 50–2, 59, 89, 101–3, 109, 118–20, 122, 128–9, 135, 142, 153, 162, 171, 176, 182, 190, 198, 208, 216, 221, 227, 231, 238, 245, 254, etc.
-, Wages ungathered, 166

Clock, vide Church I (Steeple)

Coal, vide Prices

Coffins, vide Burials

Collections, vide Income, II
-, Bells, vide Bells (casting)
-, Brief, 306
-, Communion, q.v.
-, Colliton Haven, vide Index of Places
-, Distressed Protestants, 536
-, Hocktide, q.v.
-, Hospitals, vide Maimed Soldiers
-, Longford Bridge, vide Index of Places
-, Maimed Soldiers, 488, 496, 514, 516, 523, 526, 536, 538, 546, 549, 558–60, 562, 567– 70
-, Organ, 103–4
-, Paving (1602), 585
-, Pews, 253, vide Income, II
-, Plague, 458, 570–1, 583
-, Portsmouth, 329
-, Repairs of Church, vide Church, I (Repairs)
-, Rood, 156, 162
-, St. Paul's Cathedral, 364
-, Setting for the soldiers, vide Military

Commissions, vide Legal Affairs

Common Lands, vide Appendix D, 579–84
-, Enclosures of C. lands, Appendix D, cf. 450 (n.)
-, Trial at law, 471 (n. 2), 477 (n. 2), 583–4
-, Writing a book of C. lands, 363

Communion, vide Books
-, Bread and wine, 143, 148, 239, 285, 473, 582
-, Collections, 577, 582
-, Cup, vide Church, IV
-, Easter, vide Income (Houselling Tokens)
-, Forms, 186
-, Monthly celebration, 473, 582
-, Pews, 144, 147
-, Pots, vide Church, IV
-, Pyx, vide Church, IV
-, Sacrament, 27, 63, 72, 106, 123
-, Singing Bread, 12, 14–16, 28, 40, 42, 63, 91, 121, 124
-, Tabernacle, 125
-, Table, 138, 177, 240, 405
-, Tokens, vide Income, II
-, Trenchards, 272

Concealed Lands, 194

Cressets, vide Lights, I

Crosses, vide Church, IV

Curates, vide Clergy

Easter, vide Festivals, Income, Lights, Pageants, Sepulchre

Enclosures, vide Common Lands

Festivals, Allhallows, 12, 15–16, 23, 53, 62, 73, 82, 91, 106 (All Saints'), 123
-, Annunciation of the Virgin, in the titles of the Books of Accounts
-, Ascension Day, 441, vide Holy Thursday (below)
-, Ash Wednesday, 147
-, Candlemas, 91, 581
-, Christmas, vide Flowers, 30, 42, 54–5, 91
-, Corpus Christi Day, 13–15, 17, 62, 64, 72, 74, 91, 105–6, 108, 122, 124, 164–5
-, Cross Week, 63, 72, 105, 108, 122, 124, 173
-, Easter, vide Income, 12, 15–17, 29, 37, 51, 53–5, 61, 63, 70–1, 74, 78, 90, 101–2, 105, 107, 118–9, 122, 164–6, 172, 177, etc.
-, Good Friday, vide Income
-, Hocktide, vide Income, II
-, Holy Thursday, cf. Ascension Day, 105, 122, 124, 172, 484
-, Jesus Mass, vide Mass
-, Maundy Thursday, 38
-, Palm Sunday, vide Flowers, 12, 14–15, 28, 37–8, 40, 42, 50, 61, 63, 70–1, 74, 105, 107, 121, 124, 148, 163, 172
-, Perambulation, q.v.
-, Procession days, 121, 164–5
-, Rogation week, 191, cf. Perambulation
-, St. James' Fair, 511
-, St. Martin's Day, 165–6, 173
-, Thanksgiving service (Armada), 407
-, Tomorrow Mass, vide Mass
-, Whitsunday, 121

Flowers and Herbs
-, Christmas, 12, 14–16, 18, 27–9, 41, 43, 54, 62–3, 73–4, 82, 106, 123, 125, 155, 157, 164, 166, 178, 187, 191, 194, 209, 211, 218, 223, 229, 248, 257, 292 (etc., every year)
-, Corpus Christi Day, 91, 105, 108, 122, 124, 164–5
-, Holy Thursday, 122, 124, 172
-, Midsummer, 13, 15–17, 27, 30, 41–2, 53, 73, 155
-, Palm Sunday, 12, 14–16, 40, 42, 61, 63, 74, 91, 105, 107, 121, 124, 148, 163, 165, 172, 177
-, Aqua vitae, 165
-, Birch, vide Midsummer
-, Garlands, vide Corpus Christi and Holy Thursday
-, Herbs to strew in the Church, 154, 297
-, Holly, Ivy, Bays, Rosemary, vide Christmas
-, Palm, Yew and Box, vide Palm Sunday
-, Rossyn, 156, 165

Font (vide Lights), 82, 397, 406

Foreigners, vide Aliens

Foundlings, 251, 325, 470 (vide Addenda)

Gifts, vide Bells (casting), 10, 20, 31, 34, 36, 39, 56–7, 59, 65, 71–2, 76, 78, 83, 103, 104, 116, 144, 158, 171, 188, 274, 434, 473
-, Bequests—Mr. Cook, 34, 36, 71, 157, 574; Widow Lee, 254; Mr. Wright, 72; Mr. Fowler, 577; Mr. Colbrande, 577; Mr. John Woursley, 577; Mr. Nightingale, 577

Good Friday, vide Income, Festivals

Heresy, 364

Hocktide, 31, vide Income, II.

Homilies, vide Books

Houselling Tokens, vide Income, II

Houselling Towel, vide Church, II (Cloths)

Images, vide Church, IV

Incense, 12, 14–16, 27, 29, 40, 42, 53–4, 61, 63, 105, 122, 124, 149, 155
-, Censers, vide Church, IV

Income.
-, I. Regular. Rents. (1) Church Acre, 9, 10, 11, 19, 26, 37, 38, 48
-, (2) House, 143, 153, 162, 176, 182, 188, 198, 216, 221, 227, 231, 238, 245, 254, 261, 268 (etc. yearly)
-, II. Gatherings.
-, (1) Hocktide, 1, 9–11, 26–7, 31, 37–8, 50
-, (2) Good Friday, 9–11, 26–7, 37–8
-, (3) Pascall money, 9–11, 26–7, 50–1, 58–9, 90, 101–2, 118–9
-, (4) Easter Even, 37
-, (5) Easter Day, 37–8
-, (6) Houselling Tokens, 37–8, 70–1, 78, 90, 101–2, 118–9, 128–9, 143, 153, 162, 170, 176, 180, 188, 197, 201, 216, 221, 227, 231, 238, 245, 259, 268, 276 (etc. every year), 585
-, (7) Palm Sunday, vide Festivals
-, (8) Maundy Thursday, 38
-, (9) Roodlight, vide Lights
-, (10) Sepulchre Light, vide Lights
-, (11) Pews, 37–8, 50–2, 58–9, 70, 78–9, 89–90, 101–3, 118–20, 135, 142, 171, 176, 182, 190, 198, 216 (etc.)
-, (12) Wages, vide Clerk, Sexton, Organ
-, III. Occasional. Bequests, vide Gifts
-, Gifts, q.v.
-, Found, 9–10, 39
-, Property sold, 48, 58, 60, 79, 137
-, Fines, 254, 400
-, Collections for Bells, Pews, Plague Relief, etc., vide Collections

Injunctions, 121, 125 (n.), 128 (n.), 130 (n.), 136 (n.), 144 (n.), 177 (n.), 185 (n.), 263, 397

Inventories, 28, 40, 43, 64, 110, 132–3, 145, 195, 505–6, 528, 573, cf. 20, 31, 129, 137, 158

Ivy, vide Flowers

Jesus, vide Mass, Church, IV (Images)

Judas cross and lights, vide Church, IV, Lights

Keys (to pews), passim, vide Pews

Lady, Our, vide Church, I (Altars), and IV (Images)

Ladders, vide Church, IV

Lammas, 581

Lamp, vide Church, IV

Legacies, vide Gifts

Legal Affairs, vide Common Lands
-, Augmentations, Court of, 103
-, Chantry Commission, 130
-, Church Goods, 157
-, Churchwardens excommunicated, 349
-, Churchwardens suspended, 108
-, Citing certain parishioners, 108
-, Commission (Chantry), 130
-, Commission (Concealed Lands), 194
-, Commission (Musters), 574
-, Commissioners, 20, 57, 122, 126, 130–3, 145, 149, 153, 155, 157
-, Committee of audit, 150
-, Copies of wills, 173, 185, 441–2
-, Court of Arches, 395
-, Court of High Commission, 177
-, Crown Office, vide Indictments
-, Indictments, 271–3, 285, 291, 298, 310, 348, 373, 422
-, Jury to sit on Church goods, 145
-, King's Visitors, 125
-, Presentment in the Spiritual Court, 145, 217
-, Presentment of a lewd act, 191, 549
-, Presentment of Recusants, 330, 384, 394, 396–7, 442, 483–4, 497, 514
-, Presentments annually, 108, 122, 124, 154–5, 173, 191, 193, 199, 210, 217, 221, 223, 229, 232, 234, 239, 263, 268, 279, etc.
-, Sprynt's lawsuit, 104, 108–9
-, Strangers, 200, 209, 234, 239, 249, 366, 465

Lights at funerals and memorial services passim
-, I. General. Candles for Christmas, 12, 14, 16, 54, 63, 73–4, 82, 91, 109, 123, 164, 166, 187, etc., annually; in Elizabeth's reign the candles were purchased on Nov. 17th, e.g. p. 443, and seem to have been used no longer on Christmas Day
-, Candles for the Choir, 62
-, Candles, 63, 73–4, 106, 109, 123
-, Cressets, 54, 538
-, Removal of Lights, 62
-, Standard Lights, 83
-, Syses, 83, 106, 108, 156, 164, 172
-, Tapers, 105, 146
-, Torches, 105, 107, 154–5, 164, 172–3, 288
-, Torches at Q. Elizabeth's coming to Whitehall, 538
-, Torches at Henry VIII's funeral, 123
-, Torches at Mary's funeral, 171
-, Wax, 12–18, 28–9, 41, 43, 54–5, 61, 63–5, 73–4, 83, 105–7, 110, 121–2, 126, 149, 154, 164, 166, 172, 176–7
-, II. Special. Cross Candles, 83, 155
-, Easter Tapers, 83
-, Font taper, 13, 54, 83, 105, 149, 155
-, Judas lights, 13, 14, 74, 83, vide Church, IV, Judas Cross
-, Morrowmass candles, 74
-, Our Lady of Pity. Branch before, 30
-, Pascal light, vide Income, II, 3; and Wax, above, 12, 54, 83, 105, 156, 166, 177
-, Rood light, vide Wax, above, 12, 28, 54, 70–1, 83, 90, 101–3, 106–7, 164
-, Sacrament. Branch before the, 63, 105
-, Sepulchre, vide Wax, above, 9–11, 26–7, 51, 54–5, 58–9, 65, 70–1, 78, 90, 101, 107, 118–9, 122, 149, 172
-, Tenebrae candles, 13, 14, 105

Linen, vide Church, II

Lockram, vide Prices (Stuffs)

Loft, vide Church, I (Galleries), and Rood

Lunatic, 583 (a.d. 1593–4)

Mass, vide Books
-, Candlemas, 91
-, Bell, 29
-, Jesus Mass, 34, 36, 574
-, Morrow (or tomorrow) Mass, 34, 36, 71–4, 104, 107–8, 121, 123–4, 574

Military, vide Appendix B, Collections
-, Inventories pp. 505, 528
-, Accounts for the Irish Service, 585
-, Armour, 136, 139, 149, 157, 162, 178, 210, 222, 234, 246, 248, 269, 272–3, 280, 292, 298, 306, 311, 319–20, 322, 340, 350, 386, 425, 433, 443, 455, 465, 474, 498, 573
-, Armour, New press for, 247
-, Armour sold, 540
-, Armour stolen, 371, 373
-, Arrows, 166
-, Cadiz expedition, 487
-, Jerkyn, 212
-, Musters, 139, 263, 272, 304, 319, 535
-, Press money and convoy for Callice, 584
-, Press money and equipment, 372–3
-, Service within the land, Collection for, 585
-, Setting forth soldiers, 210, 276, 293 (n), 297, 366, 477, 495, 584–5
-, Shirt of Mail, 386
-, Wheat, 473, 477

Myndes, vide Burials

Obits, vide Burials (Myndes)

Officials, I. Church and Parish
-, Assessors for the Queen's Hay, 581
-, Bellman, 524
-, Churchwardens, q.v.
-, Clerks, q.v.
-, Collectors, 302
-, Constables, 254, 524, 581, 585
-, Curates (cf. Morrowmass priest), 63, 438, 448, 461
-, Gravemaker, 439
-, Headboroughs, 266, 302
-, Herdman, 180, 584
-, Morrowmass Priest, 71–3, 104, 107–9, 121, 123–4
-, Organist, vide Organ
-, Scavengers, 477, 524
-, Sexton, q.v.
-, Sidemen, 185, 191, 199, 210, 221, 229, etc.
-, Surveyors of the Highways, 231, 524, 581
-, Vestry, q.v.
-, Vicars, q.v.

Officials, II. Ecclesiastical
-, Abbot of Westminster, 59, 580
-, Archdeacon, passim
-, Bishop of London, 155, 157, 172, 190, 191, 234, 240, 297–8, 319, 342, 349, 363–4, 384–5, 412
-, Cardinal, 2
-, Chancellor of the Diocese, passim
-, Dean of Westminster, 150, 155
-, Proctor (Bishop of London's), 157
-, Registrar of Archdeacon's Court, 290
-, Summoner (Bishop of London's), 157, 172, 190, 200, 229
-, Summoner (of Westminster), 234

Officials. III. Local, Royal and State
-, Admiral, Lord, 397
-, Almoner, King's, 577
-, Avery, Office of, 581
-, Chancellor, Lord, 157, 336, 353, 360, 364, 390, 423, 577
-, Chancellor of the Augmentation, 103
-, Chief Justice, Lord, 562
-, Clerk of the Check, 188, 508
-, Clerk of the Market, 198
-, Clerk of the Queen's Works, 193
-, Commissioners, vide Legal Affairs
-, Comptroller, 7
-, Comptroller of the Queen's Works, 468
-, Council, King's, 31
-, Harbinger, 179, 201, 219
-, Headborough, 266, 302
-, Herdman of the Slaughter-house, 180
-, Keeper, Lord, 188, 190, 308, 479, 534
-, Keeper of Durham Place, 60, 68
-, Keeper of Westminster House, 193
-, Keeper of Whitehall, 438, 447
-, Knight Marshall, 512
-, Master of the Household, 346
-, Master of the Requests, 574
-, Mayor, Lord, 234
-, Messenger to the Queen, 467
-, Pursuivant, 305, 577
-, Sergeant-at-Arms, 420
-, Sergeant of the Bakehouse, 381
-, Sergeant of the Ewry, 553
-, Sergeant Painter to the Queen, 259, vide Lyzarde in Index of Names
-, Steward of Westminster, 186
-, Surveyor of the Queen's Stables, 179
-, Warden of the Queen's Works, 185
-, Yeoman of the Queen's Chamber, 382
-, Yeoman of the Queen's Robes, 188
-, Yeoman Porter to the King, 25

Organ.
-, Buying the organ, 103, 104, 108
-, Gallery under the organ, 90
-, Meeting about organ, 561
-, Organmaker's fee, 41–2, 61, 64, 73–4, 81, 163–6, 172–3, 177–8, 183–4, 187, 191–2, 194, 199, 200, 217–18, 221, 223, 228–9, 232–3, 239–41, 246–7, etc.
-, Organist's wages, 10, 11, 14, 16, 32, 53, 91, 164
-, Principal, 210
-, Regalls, 156 (n. 4), 158, 210
-, Repairs, 14, 18, 28, 55, 64, 82, 107, 164, 166, 184–5, 192, 199, 200, 209, 216
-, Ropes, 228
-, Tuning, 55, 210

Ornaments, vide Church, IV

Pageants, vide Plays

Painting, 63, 131, 178, 397, 405, 501

Paper, vide Prices

Pascall, vide Income, II; Lights, II

Paving, vide Prices (Lime, Tiles, Sand)

Perambulation, cf. Festivals (Procession and Rogation); cf. Refreshments (Processions), 165, 363, 441, 452, 472, 484, 496, 514, 523, 536, 546, 559, 568

Pews, vide Income, II. 14, 28, 37–9, 50–2, 55, 58–9, 61, 70, 72, 74–5, 82, 89, 90, 101–3, 107, 110, 112, 114, 118–20, 122, 125–6, 132–3, 135–6, 138, 142, 144–6, 162–5, 172, 185, 190, 199, etc.
-, Chancel pews, vide Church, I
-, Churchwardens', 233
-, Collections for repairing, 253, 503
-, Collectors' pew, 472
-, Communion pews, q.v.
-, Entrance fees, 335, 353, 366, 436
-, Lace for pews, 223, 255
-, Masters', 424
-, Mats, 240, 256
-, Men's pews, 269, 385
-, Poppy heads, 255, 341
-, Women's pews, 269, 273

Plague, vide Appendix C, 577–9
-, Burials, 49, 84, 135, 160–1, 167–70, 201–10, 214–16, 260, 277–8, 281–3, 288–9, 294–6, 304, 328, 339, 347, 439–40, 444–50, 453, 458–60, 566, 569–71
-, Accounts, 583
-, Bills for houses, 453
-, Dog-killer, 453
-, Prayer Books, 210 (n. 3), 216 (n.), 453, 569
-, Rate, 570, 571
-, Relief for visited, 458 (n. 1), 583
-, Searchers, 582
-, Wands, 453

Plays in church, 28, 58, 60, 165

Poor Relief, 136 (n. 1), cf. Collections
-, Apprenticing children, 462
-, Inmates, 487 (n. 2)
-, Lists of poor, 562, 567
-, Poor laws, 513 (n.), 567 (n.)
-, vide Appendix C.

Poppy heads for pews, 255, 341

Porch, 2, 7–8, 13–15, 74, 480

Prayer Book, vide Books

Presentments, vide Legal Affairs

Preservation of crops, 273 (n.)

Prices.
-, Bricks, 14, 64, 82, 131
-, Chalk, 82
-, Coals, 12, 14–18, 27, 29, 40–2, 53–4, 61–3, 73–4, 91, 105, 107, 122, 124, 155, 164, 172, 177, 255, 405
-, Frankincense, vide Incense
-, Glass, 27, 62, 133, 187, vide Church, I
-, Gravel, 148, 186, 256, 371, 454, 500
-, Hair, 246, 342
-, Land, 580 (§ 11)
-, Latten, 129
-, Lead, 145, 173
-, Lime, 13–16, 28–9, 62, 64, 72–3, 82, 91, 107–9, 124, 130, 136, 139, 145, 148, 155, 157, 164, 172, 177–8, 194, 199, 209, 222, 228, 245, 248, 256, 272–3, 305, 396, 463, 486, 500, 514, 523, 537
-, Nails, 13, 15, 82, 90, 107, 139, 163, 172, 185–6, 193–4, 199, 210, 228, 233
-, Oil, 13, 15–17, 27, 29, 40–3, 53–4, 61, 91, 105, 107, 123–4, 173, 177, etc.
-, Paper, 12, 18, 61, 106, 110, 123, 126, 148, 183, 199, etc.
-, Parchment, 18, 30, 43, 55, 64, 75, 91, 110, 126, 133, 149
-, Sand, 62, 64, 72, 91, 107–9, 130, 139, 148, 155, 157, 164, 166, 172, 176, 178, 183, 186, 233, 256, 396, 463, 486, 500, 514, 523
-, Silver, 129, 143, 149, 176
-, Solder, 16, 41, 72, 74, 107, 109, 125, 131, 136, 156, 164, 218, 228
-, Stuffs. Bristo mat, 256
-, Brussels cloth, 41
-, Buckram, 43, 248, 550
-, Fustianaps, 43
-, Holland cloth, 138, 155
-, Linen, 13, 145
-, Lockram, 165
-, Normandy cloth, 145
-, Ribbon, 12
-, Saye, 199
-, Silk fringe, 550
-, Velvet, 463, 550
-, Tiles, 13, 14, 28–9, 62, 73, 82, 107–9, 124–5, 136, 139, 148, 155, 164, 172, 177, 194, 199, 200, 228, 233, 262, 291, 463, 486, 514, 523, 537, 561
-, Wood
-, Clapboards, 255, 341
-, Evesboard, 13
-, Hartlathe, 172, 199
-, Poppy heads, 255
-, Scantlyns, 255
-, Shells, 82, 193
-, Timber, 13, 17–18, 74, 82, 139, 148, 163, 172–3, 185, 193, 223, 485, 499

Proclamations, 145, 262, 297, 414, 423, 506

Progresses of Elizabeth, vide Elizabeth (Index of Names)

Pulpit, vide Church, I

Pytt, passim in early burial lists

Recusants, vide Legal Affairs (Presentments)

Refreshments.
-, Accounts, At giving up, 32, 53, 63, 72–3, 82, 135, 142, 183, 212, 228, 235, 241, 248, 255, 279, 285, 298, 311, 332, 374, 397, 414, 433, 455, 472, 501, 526, 549, 550, 571
-, Bells, In connection with the, 107–8, 362
-, Chalice (when it was set), 74
-, Christmas Eve, On, 30
-, Church, In the, 106
-, Churchwarden, Swearing in of a, 245
-, Churchwardens before the Commissioners, 177
-, Dinner, At a, 186
-, Fulham, Masters at, 240
-, Holy Thursday, 105, 484
-, Inventories, At taking, 28, 40
-, Meetings, At, 157, 200, 305, 443, 537
-, Newgate, At, 246
-, Perambulation, q.v.
-, Processions, 122, 124, 154, 156, 164–5
-, Ringers, q.v.
-, St. Martin's Day, 166
-, St. Paul's, At, 185
-, Visitations, 124, 191, 199, 210, 217, 221, 223, 229, 232, 239, 263, 268–9, 273, 279, 284–5, 290–1, 298, 305–6, 318–19, 332, 348–9, 365, 383, 411–12, 422–3, 431, 441, 443, 453, 463, 473, 483, 495, 513, 525, 535–6, 538, 546, 548, 559, 561, 568
-, Workmen, 122, 136, 256, 486

Registers, vide Books

Ringers, vide Bells, Elizabeth, and Perambulation, 62, 123, 125, 146–7, 154–5, 157, 164–5, 173, 177, 209
-, Ascension Day, 441
-, Battle of Ivry, 422
-, Burial of Henry VIII, 123
-, Coronation of James I, 569
-, Elizabeth at Tilbury, 406
-, Elizabeth's Birthday and Accession day, passim
-, Execution of Mary Q. of Scots, 394
-, Holy Thursday, 484
-, Overthrow of the Turks, 263
-, Proclamation of James I, 567
-, The Ringers of London, 363
-, Victory at Cadiz, 487

Rogation week, vide Festivals

Rood and Roodloft, vide Lights, 12, 74, 143, 147, 156, 162, 163, 177, 191–4
-, Rood Cloth, 165, cf. Cross Cloth, 154

St. Cuthbert, vide Church, I

St. James' Fair, 511

St. John, vide Church, I

St. Martin. Image, 164
-, St. M.'s Day, 165–6, 173

Sepulchre, Easter, vide Lights, II, 12, 14–16, 27, 29, 40, 42, 53–4, 61, 63, 73–4, 81, 91, 105, 107, 122, 124, 149, 155, 164–5, 172, 177

Sexton, 13, 14, 16–18, 27, 29, 40, 42–3, 53–5, 61, 63, 72–3, 75, 90, 106, 109–10, 123, 130, 132, 135, 142, 162, 172–3, 177–8, 184, 186–7, 191–2, 194, 199, 200, 209–11, 216–19, 221–3, 228–9, 232, 234, 239–41, 245–8, etc.
-, Rochet for, 155
-, Sextons, vide Blunt (Symon); Browne; Deeping (Oliver); Farror (Henry); Gybbes; William.
-, Surplices, 218, 221–2, 228–9, 232, 234, 239
-, Wages gathered, e.g. 89, 101–3, 118–20, 128–9, 135, 142, 153–4, 162, 171, 176, 182–3, 190, 198, 208, 216, 221, 227, 231, 238, 245, etc.

Smoked Peens, 12, 14, 16, and Addenda

Strangers, vide Aliens

Sweating sickness, 135

Thanksgivings, vide Books

Tokens, vide Income

Trades.
-, Barber, 104, 112
-, Bellfounder, 107–8
-, Bitmaker, 104
-, Bootmaker, 48
-, Bowyer, 283
-, Brewer, 260
-, Bricklayers, vide Wages
-, Bucklemaker, 48, 88
-, Carpenter, 14, 81, 90, 107, vide Wages
-, Carver, 12, 445
-, Clockmaker, 60
-, Cobler, 282, vide Shoemaker
-, Collarmaker, 70, 165 vide Barnes (Index of Names)
-, Collier, 3
-, Currier, 347, cf. Skinner
-, Cutler, 136, vide Military (Armour)
-, Embroiderer, 209
-, Fardingale maker, 294
-, Glazier, 28, 72, 110, 138, vide Church, I (windows)
-, Gunmaker, 290; Gunner, 48
-, Joiners, vide Wages (Carpenters)
-, Lanternmaker, 33
-, Lawnder, 100
-, Lutemaker, 337
-, Midwife, 70, 96
-, Organmaker, vide Organ
-, Pavier, 13, 107, 109
-, Pewterer, 31
-, Pinner, 301
-, Plasterer, vide Wages
-, Plumber, 16, 72, 81, 107, 109, vide Wages
-, Pursemaker, 283
-, Saddler, 14
-, Scrivener, 43
-, Shoemaker, 3, 86, 282
-, Skinner, cf. Currier, 7
-, Smith, 14, 16
-, Spearmaker, 283
-, Spurier, 104, 138
-, Tailor, 136
-, Tilers, vide Wages
-, Waxchandler, vide Lights (wax)

Vestments, 20, 55, 76, 82
-, Albs, 14–15, 17, 20, 31, 41–2, 65, 76, 106–8, 110, 123, 165
-, Apparels, 17, 20, 105–6, 108, 110, 123, 149
-, Copes, 16, 20, 27, 31, 41, 103, 137, 165–6, 173
-, Deacon and Sub-deacons robes, 31, 137
-, Fannell, 65
-, Garters to a cope, 137
-, Girdles, 12, 41, 82
-, Lenten vestment, 137
-, Offreys, 31, 137
-, Rochetts, 155
-, Surplices, 13, 41–2, 61, 63, 74, 91, 101, 105–7, 135, 137–8, 154–5, 165, 209, 239, 396, vide Clerk and Sexton
-, Tappetts, 82

Vestry, vide Appendices D and E, vide Church, I
-, Committee to examine Accounts, 150
-, Parish Meeting, 20, 57, 75, and at end of every Book of Accounts, vide also the Titles to each Book of Accounts
-, The Vestry, 495, 499–500, 509, 515, 538, 545, 547–9, 559, 561, 571
-, Vestrymen, 450, 469, 490, 509, 511

Vicars, 57, 59, 78, 90, 145, 157, 177, vide the following in Index of Names: Beste (Robert); Fisher (William); Hayward (Christopher); Heton (Mathew); Ireland (William); Knight (Thomas); Langhorne (Thomas); Mountforde (Thomas); Skinner (William); Wells (Thomas); Wells (William)

Visitations, vide Legal Affairs (Commissions)
-, Archdeacons', vide Legal Affairs (Presentments), cf. Refreshments
-, Episcopal, vide Officials, II

Wages, vide Trades
-, Bricklayers, 64, 80–1, 131, 136, 178, 191, 246, 255, 486
-, Carpenters, 14, 17, 81, 90, 107, 117, 172, 185–6, 190, 193, 229, 255, 341, 485, 499
-, Clerk, q.v.
-, Engrossing, 17, 30, 43, 64, 75, 83, 91, 110, 178, 195, and at the end of each Book of Accounts
-, Glazier, vide Church (windows)
-, Joiners, vide Carpenters
-, Labourers, 18, 41–2, 81, 107–8, 123, 192, 194, 228, 232, 407, 500, 514–15, 523
-, Organist, vide Organ
-, Plasterers, 15–16, 81, 90, 218, 486
-, Plumbers, 81, 156, 218, 229, 233
-, Sawyers, 485
-, Sexton, q.v.
-, Tilers, 14, 28, 73, 81, 139, 172, 185, 194, 199, 210, 218, 228, 232, 342

Witchcraft, 356 (n.)

Words.
-, Alebury, 277 (n.)
-, Almayne Ryvettes, 505, 575–6
-, Alyblaster, 129
-, Apparels, vide Vestments, cf. pan'illes
-, Arming swords, 505
-, Aumbry, 125
-, Backe swords, 505
-, Baldricks (Baldracke, Baldrope, Baldrigges, Bawdryks, etc.), vide Bells
-, Balling clappers, 320, cf. Rounding
-, Basse cupola, 15 (n.)
-, Blackebills, 505
-, Blackeing fflorey, 405
-, Boiling a censer, 107
-, Bokeram, 43
-, Bow of a clapper, 549, 571 (et Addenda)
-, Braggeth, 228
-, Branched, 137
-, Brasell, 405
-, Breaking ground, 114 (n.)
-, Brewhouse, 89, 99
-, Bridge of a lamp, 107
-, Bristo mate, 256
-, Brods (Broods), 193, 256
-, By great, 74, 90
-, Carpett (Table Cloth), 573
-, Cawsey, 547
-, Chrisome, q.v.
-, Clapboards, 255, 340
-, Clappes, 321
-, Cotterells, 385
-, Cross aisle, 229
-, Cross garnishe, 545
-, Cressets, 54, 538
-, Cupola, 15 (n.)
-, Cutting work, 396
-, Deft, An iron, 222
-, Double Tenns (nails), 321, 499
-, Dryfatte, 245
-, Enbowing, 81
-, Ernyst money, 211
-, Etc', 167 (n. 1)
-, Fannell, 65
-, Fardingale, 294
-, Flax (flask), 528
-, Flie of a clock, 422
-, fflorey, 405
-, Footpace, 183, 498, 505
-, Forelocks, 396
-, Fustianaps, 43
-, Garnets, 146, 163, 240
-, Garnishe (cross), 545
-, Garters of a cope, 137
-, Great (work paid by), 74, 90
-, Grunsills, 546 (n.)
-, Hangers (Pair of), 573
-, Hanges, 125
-, Hangilles, 81
-, Headborough, 266, 302
-, Hear, 163
-, Hillyng, 18 (n.)
-, Hocktide, vide Income, 11
-, Housel,
-, King's money, 109 (n.)
-, Lamp bridge, 107
-, Lazarhouse, vide Knightsbridge (Index of Places)
-, Leer, 55
-, Morrians (Moryons, Murryons), 505, 575–6
-, Mynde, vide Burials
-, Obit, 59, cf. Mynde
-, Orphreys, 31, 137
-, Pace, 292, 297
-, Paned, 20
-, Pan'illes, 123, cf. Apparels
-, Parcel gilt, 138
-, Partisans, 576
-, Pessinge a clapper, 222
-, Pinner, 301
-, Pins and Points, vide Sepulchre
-, Plate, 184, 240, 256
-, Plomettes, 498
-, Points, 248
-, Poppee heads, 255
-, Pottle, 173, 441
-, Prent, to, 246
-, Puncheons, 146, 186, 193, 545
-, Pynynalls, 82
-, Pytt, passim in early Burial Lists
-, Rip, to, 523
-, Rochet, 155
-, Rounding (clappers), 474, cf. Balling
-, Rounding (ladders), 498
-, Sallettes, 505, 576
-, Saye, 171
-, Scanllyns, 255 (n.)
-, Seercloth, 43
-, Sett (to), 74
-, Shells, 82, 193
-, Shutting stirrups of bells, 64 (n.)
-, Singing bread, vide Communion
-, Space, 292
-, Spikings (spykings, spike nails), 485, 501, 525
-, Spindle of a clock, 571
-, Spryggs (nails), 163
-, Squyors, 501
-, Styropes, vide Bells
-, Surselyng, 30
-, Syling, 81
-, Syses, vide Lights, I
-, Table (frame), 191
-, Tappetts, 82
-, Tennable candles, 105
-, Toller, 107
-, Treas, 486
-, Troncke, 498
-, Vernish (to), 319
-, Vyrrells, 172 (n.)
-, Wedding door, 222



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