Index: G

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Calendar of Border Papers: Volume 1, 1560-95. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1894.

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Gaineslaw (Gyneslay): to be restored to the corporation of Berwick (1584), p. 144; let by Vernon for 40l. yearly, p. 144; to be restored to the town of Berwick, p. 147; illegally appropriated by the victualler of Berwick (14th March 15923), p. 436; granted to him under the "broad seal" to provide the garrison (17th), 807; the question often "handled" by the Privy Council, not settled (9th May 1593), p. 457; the victualler to have it, 1002.

Gait (Gate), Edw.: his arms, p. 57.
-, John: his arms, p. 60.
-, John: his arms, p. 61.
-, Rob.: his arms, p. 57.
-, Tho.: his arms, p. 54.
-, Wil.: unfurnished, p. 49.
-, Wil.: his arms, p. 54.
-, Wil.: his arms, p. 60.
-, Wil.: his arms, p. 61.
-, Wil.: nag, &c., p. 62.

Gaitshawe, the "gudman" of (Carr): quits a bill, p. 358.

Gaitskarth, Rob.: bowman, p. 52.
-, Tho.: bowman, p. 52.

Gaittesgall and Rawton: muster of, p. 60.

Galloun, Henry, of Callish park: raid on, p. 360.

Galloway, sheriff of: with Lord Maxwell at Lincluden (26th May 1585), 317.
-, Geordie, &c.: violent holders of Maxwell's lands, 793.

Game, Captain: Berwick, 543.

Gamelspeth: dispute as to meeting for West March there, 106.

Gamlen, John: his arms, p. 54.

Gamlerig, John: absent, p. 44.

Gamlesby: muster of, p. 45.

Gardner, Rob.: horseman, Preston, p. 158.

Gardris, John: billman, p. 53.
-, Ric.: bowman, p. 53.

Garforthe, Will.: pensioner, p. 455.

Gargrave, Sir Thomas: 3.

Garlies (Garlishe), Laird of (Stewart): sister's son of Lady Herries (1581), p. 72; illaffected to England (July 1583), p. 106; with Lord Maxwell at Lincluden (26th May 1585), 317.

Garnett, Jo.: bowman, p. 51.
-, Lancelot: unfurnished, p. 51.

Garrett, Thomas: raid on, p. 363.

Garston, James: pensioner, p. 455.

Garter, the: Lord Scrope's instalment as knight by deputy, 299.

Garthe, Nicholl: unfurnished, p. 49.
-, Ric.: unfurnished, p. 46.
-, Ric.: his arms, p. 61.
-, Tho.: bowman, p. 47.

Gask, Davie: slain by the English, 241; called "a notable common thief" by Lord Scrope, p. 150.

Gaskye, Wil.: horseman, Newton, p. 160.

Gate, Sir Henry: 3; commissioner of marches, p. 35.

Gaterley (Gatherley) moor: Bothwell at a horse race there (14th June)the King at once informed, 853; p. 476.

Gathowse, John: horseman, Beill, p. 159.

Gawdy, Mr Fra.: the Queen's serjeant, 187.

Gayre, Wil.: horseman, Renington, p. 158.

Gedie, John: horseman, Wark, 259.

Geldert, Charles: comptroller of custom, Berwick, dead (Sept. 1581), 109.

Gele crag, the: p. 126.

General Assembly of the ministry expected at Edinburgh (17th Oct. 1581): 109; an "exhortacion" to the King to be devised there, p. 76; 111.

Genkynes: Mr: receiver of Yorkshire, 306.

Gesling, Tho.: bowman, p. 51.

Gevene, Geo.: horseman, Horkley, p. 159.
-, James: horseman, Horkley, p. 159.

Gib, "Martins": raid by, p. 356.

Gibbon, Gilbert: spoiled, p. 440.

Gibson, Alex.: bowman, p. 62.
-, Andrew, of Hedgley: raid on, p. 360.
-, Anth.: billman, p. 62.
-, Anth. (2): nags, &c., p. 64.
-, Arthur: absent, p. 47.
-, Chris.: bowman, p. 47.
-, Chris.: nag, &c., p. 64.
-, Edm.: nag, &c., p. 62.
-, Edm.: billman, p. 64.
-, Geo.: horseman, Ford, p. 157.
-, Henry: billman, p. 44.
-, Hugh: nag, &c., p. 62.
-, John: his arms, p. 41.
-, John: (2) unfurnished, and absent, p. 44.
-, John: unfurnished, p. 49.
-, John: bowman, p. 51.
-, John: billman, p. 62.
-, John: (1) billman, p. 64; (1) nag, p. 64.
-, John: horseman, Longhoughton, p. 160.
-, John: spoiled, p. 431.
-, John, (Edenhall): spoiled, p. 440.
-, Nic.: bowman, p. 62.
-, Ranaulte: billman, p. 64.
-, Richard: unfurnished, p. 44.
-, Rob. (2): unfurnished, p. 48.
-, Rob.: absent, p. 53.
-, Rob.: billman, p. 62.
-, Rob.: horseman, Denneck, p. 158.
-, Thomas: bowman, p. 44.
-, Thomas: his arms, p. 45.
-, Thomas: absent, p. 47.
-, Thomas: horseman, Newton, p. 160.
-, Thomas, of Shipbanks: raid on, p. 362.
-, William (2): their arms, p. 41.
-, William: unfurnished, p. 48.
-, William, younger: nag, &c., p. 62.
-, William: billman, p. 64.
-, William, of Shipbanks: raid on, p. 361.
-, Doctor: with Huntingdon on Sir John Forster's examination (1586), and with Hunsdon (7th Oct. 1587), 552; conducts the case and writes the proceedings, p. 281; agrees in opinion with Hunsdon, p. 281.
-, Mr: preacher, refuses to recant a sermon (July 1587), 526.

Giche, Laird of: (Gordon), who slew Earl of March's kinsman, demanded from Huntly, and refused except under conditions (Jan. 15878), p. 309.

Gilbanck, Charles: bowman, p. 53.
-, Jo. (3): bowmen, p. 53.
-, Rob.: bowman, p. 53.
-, Wil.: bowman, p. 53.

Gilchriste, Jock, of the Hotte: owes 4l. sterling, p. 361.

Gill, Chris.: unfurnished, p. 47.

Gill, Geo.: his arms, p. 61.
-, Henry: his arms, p. 38.
-, John (2): their arms, p. 38.
-, Thomas: his arms, p. 38.
-, Thomas: his arms, p. 39.
-, William: his arms, p. 39.
-, William: bowman, p. 50.

Gillcries, the: a surname of East Teviotdale, 166.

Gillcrux and Grainge: muster of, p. 43; spoils in, p. 431.

Gillesland: horsemen in, 54; outrages in (Aug. 1581), 101; Lord William Howard's light horse in (April 1583), p. 99; Askerton tower the chief place, p. 102; "my lord of Arrundale's" (1583), p. 124; horsemen in, p. 155; barony of, east of Eden: under a steward, his duty, p. 392; surnames in, p. 394; spoils in, 801.

"Gingles," the, of Annandale and Ewesdale: 167. See also Armstrongs of Gingles.

Glammes (Gleymes), Master of: takes refuge at Wark (27th April), 218; to remove to Newcastle (7th May), 224; one Lion, his kinsman, executed, 224; asks Forster to hold hand when he leaves the border (25th Oct. 1585), 379; writes to Forster in behalf of Jedburgh (28th Oct.), 382; made captain of King's guard (11th Nov.), 388; thought will agree with Crawford, 388, 389; at council, Linlithgow (24th Dec.), p. 215; takes Maxwell under guard to Edinburgh Castle (24th Jan. 1585-6), 409; hostile to Master of Gray (13th Feb.), 414; comes to convention, p. 282; with the King at Dumfries to seize Maxwell (2nd April), 505; conspiracy to kill (Dec. 1587) p. 299; plots with Angus and others to kill Huntly (13th March 15889), p. 336; wishes to change the King's guard, and is at Court, p. 336; has left Court (7th April), 642; his feud with the chancellorthe latter hinders marriage of Cassillis, Glammes's nephew, and Argyle's sister (Feb. 15901), 703; and his agreement with Crawford, and stirs up a "sleping dog" (Forfar), to bite him, 703; also procures a decree of Court against his father-in-law Morton for lands (6th), "shouldering" it, so that other judges absented themselves, 703, p. 376; is a fugitive, his house surrendered, and pursued by the King's orders in the North (11th Aug.), 723; has a "gate" to Court, and offers to prove the chancellor's treason to the King by "word and writing" (on 20th Dec. 1591), 739, 767; keeps "great company" with the Duke and Hume, their onset on the chancellor's party near Dalkeith, "set by" through North Berwick's "discretion" (Aug.), p. 405; is in greater credit with the King (10th Sept.), p. 406; is one of three with him at Lithco (3rd Oct.), 775; in Edinburgh, for parliament (13th July), 860; passed over Forth "disguised" on 3rd July, not calling at his father-in-law's in passing, p. 475; and his "affynitie" against Bothwell, p. 481; to remain from Court (20th Aug.), p. 493; commanded to his own house (28th), 885; confers with Hume, &c. at Lochleven (14th Sept. 1593), 889; accompanies the King to Lawder and Jedburghpersuading him on the way to receive Huntly, Angus, and Erroll (16th Oct.), p. 507; with the King's force against Bothwell (3rd April 1594), p. 526.

Glantlees: no horse in, p. 21; (Northumberland): Carr, a coiner, taken at (2nd June), 673.

Glanton: horsemen in, p. 21.

Glasgow (Glasco): James 6th at (21st Sept. 1581), 107, 109; Lennox at, establishing Montgomery bishop (26th April 1582), 119; the Bishop of Derry at (April 1590), 666.
-, the [Arch]bishop of: (Betoun), to "school" Bothwell at Paris, the effect feared by Bowes (Sept. 1581), p. 76; restored to his see and appointed the King's ambassador at Paris (18th March 15867), 499; much misliked by the ministers, 499; restored in parliament (July 1587), 528; his report of King of France's feeling to James 6th (July), p. 271; sends the French princes' letters to bishop of Ross at Rouen, for Scotland (13th Sept.), 888.
-, bishop of: (Robert) Montgomery, minister of Stirling, created by Duke of Lennox (April 1582), 116; violently opposed and preaches at Stirling in an empty church, 116; Lennox at Glasgow establishing him (26th April), 119; legal obstacles to him, 119; summoned before a convention of clergy, and "revokes" his see, but suspected he will not (May), 121; Lennox and the ministry still at variance about him (30th June), 128; the King demands recall of his excommunication (July 1587), 526; refused by the ministry, 526.

Glasson and Drombie: muster of, p. 58; in Burgh barony: raid of 300 Scots thieves on and 21 men and 2 boys, &c. carried off, 801.

Glassonby: muster of, p. 47; parish: spoils in, 809.

Glasters, the: a small surname of Burgh (1592), p. 394.

Gledstanes, Laird of: assures with Scrope and Forster, p. 170.
-, John, of Wyndetonhall: assures with Forster and Scrope, p. 170.

Glencarne, earl of: at Edinburgh (Dec. 1580), 69; to assist Bothwell for Coldingham (10th Sept.), 448; meets the Hamiltons, Huntly, &c. at Lithco to secure the King (27th Jan. 15878), 587.

Glenclowden. See Lincluden.

Glendale ward: townships of, p. 15.

Glendenneng, Tom [Armstrong] of: his son Christie on a raid, 229.

Glendonye, And.: horseman, Kilham, p. 157.

Glenlion, Laird of: (Camell), a fugitive (Feb. 15845), 286.

Glenradden, in Patterdale: muster of, p. 63.

Glenwhom, Dand, of Mowe: raids by, pp. 362, 363.

Glewhorn, Geo.: horseman, Pawston, p. 161.

Glover, one: petty victualler, Berwick, 719, p. 385; Will.: petty victualler, his debt, 811.

"God by the foote": Elizabeth's councillors thought they had, p. 287.

Goddall, Jo.: bowman, p. 51.
-, Ric.: unfurnished, p. 51.
-, Rowland: bowman, p. 51.

Godfery, John: his arms, p. 55.
-, John: his arms, p. 60.
-, Nic.: unarmed, p. 55.
-, Wil.: his arms, p. 57.

Gold: report on, in Crawford Moor, 11.

Goldsmith, John: his arms, p. 55.
-, Nic.: his arms, p. 55.
-, Rob.: his arms, p. 55.
-, Tho.: unarmed, p. 55.

"Gonne," a: in Askerton, p. 40.

Goodbarne, John: unfurnished, p. 48.
-, Jo.: billman, p. 50.
-, Jo.: (1) bowman, p. 51; unfurnished, p. 51.
-, John: nag, &c., p. 63.
-, Ric.: unfurnished, p. 51.
-, Robert: unfurnished, p. 44.
-, Wil.: bowman, p. 49.

Goodchild, John: 77.

Goodfellow, George: his arms, p. 41.
-, John: his arms, p. 41.
-, Jock: raid by, p. 558.
-, Nicholas: his arms, p. 41.
-, Rowland: his arms, p. 59.
-, Thomas: his arms, p. 41.
-, Tho.: unfurnished, p. 48.

Gorde, Cutbert: horseman, Norham, p. 159.

Gordon: a Jesuit, 515; Mr James: arrives with Stanley at Aberdeen, imprisoned, and released by Huntly (10th Aug.), 973.
-, John: Huntly's favourite, slain at Tarneway, p. 376.

Gordons, one of the: of great account, forfeited in parliament by the King's means, for signing the Spanish "blanks" (8th June), 955.

Gordson, Rob.: horseman, Norram, p. 159.

Gospel and ministry: the Scottish parliament makes no provision for (July 1587), 528.

Gosswick village: tenants, &c., p. 19; the Queen's land, p. 34; musters of, pp. 153, 160.

Goulding, Jo.: bowman, p. 49.

Gowling (Gowland), Ambrose: absent, p. 48.
-, Hugh: unfurnished, p. 49.
-, John: bowman, p. 49.

Gowrie, Earl: to be "straightened shortly" (20th Feb. 15834), 202; taken prisoner to Edinburgh (23rd April), 214; is executed (7th May), 224.

Grainge (Westmoreland): musters of, p. 62.

Grainger, Edw.: his arms, p. 55.
-, John: his arms, p. 55.
-, John (2): their arms, p. 56.
-, John: his arms; p. 57.
-, Lancelot: his arms, p. 55.
-, Nic.: his arms, p. 55.
-, Wil.: his arms, p. 55.
-, Wil.: his arms, p. 57.

Graison, Christopher: his arms, p. 41.
-, Hugh: his arms, p. 61.
-, John: his arms, p. 38.
-, John: his arms, p. 58.
-, Rel.: his arms, p. 58.
-, Rob.: his arms, p. 58.

Grame, Alexander (Bankhead): petitions Scrope for remission (4th June), p. 464.
-, "Thoms Geordie" Sandie: violent holder of Lord Maxwell's lands, 793; bill on (1592), p. 516.
-, Sand, "Thomas" Gorth's son: p. 125.
-, "Sandye": late of Nitherbie, Cumberland, labourer, indicted, 232.
-, Andrew: Hutchon's son, married Dave Johnston's daughter in Annerdall, p. 125; "Hutchons Andrew": excuse for other thieves, pp. 4223; bill against (1592), p. 516.
-, Andrew, of the Mill: p. 126.
-, Anthony: his arms, p. 38.
-, Anthony: his arms, p. 39.
-, "oulde Archer": his daughter married to "the Lordes" Rowye Armstrong, p. 122.
-, Arche Bankhead): petitions Scrope for remission (4th June), p. 464.
-, Arche: brother of "Thomas Gorthe," p. 125.
-, Arche: grandson of "old" Riche G., p. 125.

Grame, "Little Thoms" Arche, &c.: intruders on Maxwell's lands, p. 422.
-, Arthor, "of Carlill": dwells at Red Kyrke in Scotland, his daughter married to Riche G., p. 125.
-, Arthur: slain attacking Thomas Musgrave, p. 94; spoiled of 80 kye, &c., and slain by Thomas Musgrave (Dec. 1582), 157; Margaret, his widow, petitions the council, 157.
-, Arthur, of the Mote: slain, 187.
-, Arthur: Lord Scrope to bind with his followers, 167.
-, Arthor: son of Fergus G., condemned of wilful murder, loosed by Sir S. Musgrave, and dwelt at the Mote, married Laird of Newbye's daughter, p. 125; issue, four sons still young, p. 125.
-, Arthor: Hutchon's son, p. 125.
-, Christopher (Bankhead): petitions Scrope for remission (4th June), p. 464.
-, "Fergus" Christie, &c.: violent holders of Maxwell's lands, 793; with his sons, waylaying to kill Robert Maxwell of Castlemilk, chasing him five milesfire raising, &c. on 23rd Oct. 1592, pp. 422, 423.
-, "Geordies" Christie: raid by, 791.
-, Creste: brother to "Sandhills," p. 125.
-, Creste: brother of "Thomas Gorthe," p. 125.
-, Creste: grandson of "old" Ritche G., p. 125.
-, "Thomas" Christie, &c.: violent holders of Lord Maxwell's lands, 793.
-, Dave, of the Bankehead: p. 125; violent holder of Maxwell's lands, 793; petition to Scrope (4th June), p. 464.
-, "Dikis Davie": demand for his punishment for resetting Bothwell and others (13th Oct.), p. 415; escapes Lowther into Scotland (5th Nov.), 787; his houses in England "rased" by Burghley's order (20th Nov.), 790; the King much pleased to hear it (20th Feb. 15923), 800; burns Mareskarffe (Dumfriesshire) (22nd May 1593), 843; robs pack horses near Drumlanrig (3rd June), 843; "Falkland," &c. bills on (1592), 516.
-, Dave: son of "Riche's" Dik G., married the Laird of Meskyrshin's daughter, p. 125.
-, Edm.: horseman, Embleton, p. 160.
-, Edward: his arms, p. 39.
-, Forge, of Gravock hall: p. 126.
-, Fergie, of Medoppe, &c.: intruders on Maxwell's lands, p. 422.
-, Fargus, of the Mote Skore: p. 121.
-, Fergie, of Moite, &c.: violent intruders in Canonby, &c., p. 422.

Grame, Fargus: his daughter married to "young" Hector Armstrong of Harlawe, p. 122.
-, Fergus: his daughter married to the Laird of Gratnay, p. 123; brother of "oulde" Riche of Netherby, his issue, p. 125.
-, Forge, "of the Nunery:" dwells on the land King Henry 8th gave Will his father, pp. 125, 126.
-, Fergie, (Plompe,) &c.: violent intruders on Maxwell's lands, p. 422; robbery and murder by, pp. 422, 423.
-, Forge: brother of Jokke "Medope," p. 125.
-, Forge: grandson of "old" Ritche G., p. 125.
-, Fergus: unfurnished, p. 49.
-, Francis: son of Fergus G., married Edward Urwen of Bonshaw's daughter, p. 125; sworn denizen of Scotland, lives at Canonby, p. 125.
-, "Fergy's Christie" Francie: attempts to kill Maxwell of Castlemilk (23rd Oct. 1592), p. 422; steals cattle, p. 423.
-, Francis: grandson of "old" Riche G., p. 125; (2), married Will Bell's daughter, p. 125.
-, Francie, of Moite: attempts to kill Maxwell of Castlemilk (23rd Oct. 1592), p. 422; excuse for another thief, p. 423.
-, Francis: petitions Walsingham against the Musgraves for the death of his brother, &c. (April 1583), 157.
-, Francis: Englishman in Scotland unlicensed, his goods seized, p. 94.
-, Francis: brother of Jokke "Medope," p. 125; Francye, of Medhoppe: husbandman, indicted, 232.
-, George: Scrope to bind with his followers, 167.
-, George, late of Langetown: husbandman, indicted, 232.
-, "Parcivells Geordye": coroner's inquest on (4th June 1584), 232; murdered by other Grames, &c., 232; presentation of jury, 233; murder of, 252, 722; (of Medopp), murdered by his near cousins "sore against their wills," when oppressing them, p. 464; an outlaw for murder, p. 464.
-, Geordie, of Peartree: robs pack horses near Drumlanrig (3rd June), 843.
-, Geordie, of Renpatrik: the late, 241.
-, Geordy, (Rosetrees): excuse for other thieves, p. 423.
-, George (2): their arms, p. 41.
-, Geo.: his arms, p. 54.
-, Gorth, "of Carlill:" brother of "Rosetrees," p. 126.
-, Gorth, of the Fald: p. 126.

Grame, "Patyes" Gorthe (Jorthe), of Leven: his daughter married to Davie Armstrong (Kannonby), pp. 123, 126.
-, "Thomas Gorthe," of Esk: his daughter married to Creste Armstrong of Borngles, p. 122; married to Will of Kynmontes sister, and his daughter married to Thomas Carleton, p. 125.
-, "Parsalls" Gorth: p. 126.
-, Gorth: "Thomas Payts" brother, p. 126.
-, Gorth, of Peretree (Esk): p. 126.
-, Gorth: son of Fergus, married Jokke Bell's daughter, p. 125.
-, Gorthe: grandson of "old" Ritche G., p. 125.
-, Gorthe: son of "old" Ritche G., became Scottish, dwells at the Red Kirk, married a Hamilton, p. 125; his issue, p. 125.
-, Habbie, of Peertree: outlaw resetted in Liddesdale, p. 150.
-, Hobbe: brother to "Sandhills," p. 125.
-, Hotchane: his daughter married to Will Armstrong, "called" Kynmont, p. 122; his issue, p. 125.
-, Humfray (Leven): p. 126.
-, one James: utters base Scottish "dolloures" at Kendal (1st Jan. 15912), 740; his name Hebburne not Grame, a Scottish "chapman or merchant," visits Penrith sometimes, 740.
-, Mr John: (Oct. 1580), 64.
-, "Geordies Jocke," late of Brackenhill: yeoman, indicted, 232.
-, Jokke, of Medope: married Edward Urwen of Bonshawe's daughter, p. 125.
-, Jocke, of Medhoppe: husbandman, indicted, 232.
-, John, of Peartree: raids and reset by, pp. 422, 423: Jocke, of Peirtree; bill on (1596), p. 516.
-, Jokke: son of "Peretree," p. 126.
-, Jokke: called "Sandhills," p. 125.
-, John, of West Linton: p. 126.
-, Jokke: Jokke G. of Medope's brother, p. 125.
-, Jock: "Brades Robs" brother, &c., violent holders of Maxwell's lands, 793; "Brades Robies" Jocke: bill on (1592), p. 517.
-, "Rychies Willes" John, late of Stubbellpethe: husbandman, indicted, 232.
-, John, alias "Pocke," late of Lake: yeoman, indicted, 232.
-, John, late of Easton: yeoman, indicted, 232.
-, "Black" Joke: grandson of "old" Riche, p. 125.
-, "Blak Jokes" Jone: p. 126.

Grame, John, "the Brayd": issue of, p. 125.
-, "Braddes" Jokke: p. 125.
-, "Gallotes" Joke (Netherby): p. 125.
-, "Richies Wills" Jock: excuse for other thieves, p. 423.
-, Jokke: "Thomas" Gorth's son, p. 125.
-, John: grandson of "old" Ritchie G., p. 125.
-, John: horseman, Longhoughton, p. 160.
-, John (2): their arms, p. 41.
-, John, of Sark: horse stolen from, p. 559.
-, John, alias John of West Lynton: bailiff of West Linton or Leven (1592), p. 395.
-, Leny, of Plompe, &c.: violent intruders on Maxwell's lands, p. 422.
-, Margaret: widow, late of Arthrete, resets murderers, 233.
-, Mungo: master of household, p. 26.
-, Peter: his arms, p. 41.
-, "Thomas" Payt: p. 126.
-, Ralph: his arms, p. 37.
-, Rany (Leven): p. 126.
-, Richard: a "witch," his depositions against Bothwell produced by the King's advocate, and their nature (10th Aug.), pp. 4867; found contradictory, and being an "infidell," worthless, p. 487; Bothwell's account of him, and denial, p. 487; his confederate witches' confession, and his assurance of life from the council, p. 487; his own brother is witness to his false evidence, p. 488.
-, Dicke, of Bewcastle: raid on, p. 421.
-, Richard, alias "Langetoun," late of Brackenhill: yeoman, indicted, 232; Richard, of Brakenhill, gent.: verdict of murder against, 252; Richie, of Brakinghill, &c.: intruders on Maxwell's lands, pp. 422, 423; "Falkland" bills on (1592), p. 516.
-, Richard, of the Long town: wears Lord W. Howard's livery, indicted by Francis Dacre as a murderer, and outlawed, 639.
-, Rytche, "Medhopp": his sister married to the "Lordes John" Armstrong, p. 121; married to Edward Urwen of Kyrke Patrick's sister, p. 125; of Medhoppe: the laird of Balqwhen takes refuge with, from the Johnstons (1st May), 221; "yeoman," instigates a murder by his brothers and resets them (22nd May), 232; Richard, alias Meadop: Thomas Carlton's fatherin-law, a bringer in of Scotsmen outlaws, 639.
-, "oulde" Riche the, of Netherby: his daughter married to Edward Urwen of Bonshaw, p. 123; first rise of his family on the Esk, p. 124; suspected, imprisoned, and to be executed by Lord Dacre, the warden, for betraying him to the Scots, escapes prison, and seizes Storye the real doer, p. 124; with his five brothers, divides the Storyes' grounds among them, p. 125; his issue now a "huge company" of more than 100 men, besides women, p. 125.

Grame, "Riches" Dik: eldest son of "old" Richie Grame of Netherby, his issue, &c., p. 125.
-, "Hotchen's" Ritchie: sister married to Will of Kynmont, p. 122; married to a Carlell of Annerdale, p. 125.
-, "Blacke" Dike (of Leven): and his sons, p. 126.
-, Dik, of the Woodes: p. 126.
-, Richard, of Randelinton: p. 126.
-, Riche: son of Fergus, married Allan Baytie in Eskdale's daughter, p. 125; issue still young, p. 125.
-, Riche: grandson of "old" Riche Grame, married to Wat Bell's daughter, p. 125.
-, Riche: grandson of "old" Riche (Netherby), married Arthur [Grame] of Carlell's daughter, p. 125.
-, "Gares" Richard: water keeper for England (1592), p. 395; "Gaires" Richie: excuse for other thieves, p. 423.
-, Richie, of Moite: excuse for another thief, p. 423.
-, "Richie Langrig's" Rob: horse stealer, p. 558.
-, Richard: brother of Arthur, petitions against the Musgraves, 157.
-, Richard: his arms, p. 39.
-, Richard: his arms, p. 40.
-, Richard: his arms, p. 41.
-, Rinion (2): their arms, p. 41.
-, Robert (Bankhead): petitions Scrope for remission (4th June), p. 464.
-, Robbie, "of the Fald:" nephew of "ould" Richie of Netherby, his sister married to the goodman of Langholm castle, p. 122; his daughter married to "young" Edward Urwen (Bonshawe), p. 123; his sister married Water Grame (Netherby), p. 125; his wife daughter of the Laird of Howmains, p. 126; a principal man, offered by Scrope for Kynmont's Jocke, p. 149; brings Hamilton's letter to Lowther (5th Nov.), 787; Lord Maxwell's charges against him, &c., 793, p. 422; bills of "Falkland," &c. upon (1592), p. 516.
-, Rob, of Langrigges: raid by, 791.
-, "Fergy Christies" Rob: attempts to slay Maxwell of Castlemilk (23rd Oct. 1592), p. 422; steals cattle, p. 423.
-, "Little Thomes" Rob, &c.: intruders on Maxwell's lands, p. 422.

Grame, Robbe: brother of Francis Grame (Netherby), p. 125.
-, Robbe: "Blak Dikes" son, p. 126.
-, "Brades" Rob, &c.: violent holders of Maxwell's lands, 793; "Brades" Robie the: bill on (1592), p. 517.
-, Robbe: Hutchon's son, married Edward Urwen of Bonshaw's daughter, p. 125.
-, Robert: his arms, p. 38.
-, Robert: his arms, p. 61.
-, Robert: horseman, Embleton, p. 160.
-, Symond (Bankhead): petitions Scrope for remission (4th June), p. 464.
-, Sime: brother of Jokke "Medope," p. 125; Simon, of the Medhoppe: yeoman, murder by, 232; verdict against, 252; Simon "Medhopp:" yeoman, &c., indicted of murder (10th Aug. 1591), 721.
-, Sime: son of "Richies" Dik (Netherby), p. 124.
-, Sim: grandson of "old" Ritche Grame, p. 125.
-, Sime, of Plompe, &c.: violent intruders on Maxwell's lands, p. 422.
-, "little" Thome: his two daughters married to Sim Armstrong "Whetlesyd," p. 122; and William Urwen, of Sark bridge, p. 123; "little" Thome, of Bankhead upon Esk, the late: murder and petition by his sons, &c. to Lord Scrope (4th June), 842; "it pleased God for their sins to let their cousin George fall into their hands"! 842.
-, Thome: son to "Alyes Will," p. 126.
-, "Markes" Thome: p. 126.
-, Thome, brother to Richard Grame, and his issue: p. 125.
-, "cosening" Thomas (Netherby): p. 125.
-, Thomas (2), elder and younger: their arms, p. 38.
-, Thomas (2): their arms, p. 41.
-, Thomas: horseman, Hobborn, p. 159.
-, Thomas: horseman, Kyllam, p. 161.
-, Thomas: horseman, Lanton, p. 160.
-, Walter, &c.: "leasors" of the Queen on Eske, 100 light horse (April 1533), p. 99; of Netherby: his sister married to John Armstrong of the Hollus, p. 123; son of Richie's Dik, of N., p. 125; married Robbe G. of the Faldes daughter, p. 125; a principal man, offered by Scrope in exchange for Will "Kynmont," p. 149; Wattie, of Netherby: resets Bothwell, his wife and others, the King demands his capture and punishment by Lowther (13th Oct.), pp. 41516; comes to Lowther and denies the charge (18th Oct.), 784; is with Lowther, ready to answer the King's charges (5th Nov.), 787; Lord Maxwell's heavy charges against him, 703, p. 422; his long expired lease to be looked into, and order taken (10th March 15923), 804; bills of Falkland, &c. on (1592), pp. 51617.

Grame, Wattye, of Medhoppe: husbandman, indicted, 232.
-, Wat: "Black Dick's" son, p. 126.
-, "Dikkis" Wattie: hership by, p. 148.
-, "Gibbes Geordie" Watt, &c.: intruders on Maxwell's lands, p. 422.
-, Wat: grandson of "old" Ritchie G., p. 125.
-, Will, "Will of Carlile": his daughter married to Gorthe Armstrong, of Bygams, p. 122; his issue, p. 125.
-, Will, of the Fald: brother of "old" Riche, of Netherby, and his issue, p. 126; married Hector Armstrong of the Harlowes' daughter, p. 126.
-, William, of Leven: his daughter married to Mongo Urwen, p. 123; his father, brothers, &c., p. 126.
-, Will: brother of "Medhopp," married the Laird of Gretnay's sister, p. 125.
-, Will, of Mylhill, &c.: violent intruders in Maxwell's lands, p. 422; raid by, p. 423; of Myllies (Myllhill): "Falkland" &c. bills on (1592), p. 516.
-, Will, of the Peretree: p. 126.
-, Will: son of Fergus, condemned of murder, loosed by Lord Scrope, slain soon after, p. 125.
-, Will: son of "Richies" Dik (Netherby), p. 124.
-, "Dikes" Will: p. 126.
-, William, of Moite, and others: violent intruders in Canonby, &c., p. 422.
-, Will: second son of "old" Riche G. of Netherby, married (1) laird of Mangerton's daughter, now (1583) Robin Ellote of Liddesdale's sister, p. 125; their issue, p. 125.
-, "Riches" Will, &c.: violent occupiers of Lord Maxwell's lands, 793, p. 422.
-, Will, of Rosetrees: Will of Carlell's son, p. 126; excuse for other thieves (28th Nov. 1592), pp. 422, 423; "Kinross" bill on (1592), p. 516.
-, Wille, of Slelandes in Leaven: raid on, p. 558.
-, "Richies" Will: p. 517.
-, Will, "Stanystonryge": p. 126.
-, "Robes" Willie, &c.: violent holders of Maxwell's lands, 793.
-, William (2): their arms, p. 41.
-, William: his arms, p. 59.

Grames, the English: slay two Bells, &c., beginning a great feud (19th May 1582), 123, 127; feud with Sir S. Musgrave (Jan. 1582 83), 148; impannel a jury of themselves, and tamper with justice, p. 94; "the best of the clan" dwell at Netherbe and the Mote (1583), 162; their tenure to keep nightly watch, &c., p. 102; but by intermarriages with Scots neglect their duty and need correction by the lord warden, p. 102; their deadly feud with the Musgraves, p. 102; of Leven, Esk, Sark, &c. (1583): p. 121; how they first came to Esk within living memory, having no land there before, p. 124; divided the Storyes' land among them, p. 125; of Leven: are great riders and ill-doers, their names, p. 126; their feuds with the Bells and Maxwells, p. 126; assail Lord Scrope the warden, p. 126; their lawless character, treachery to both countries, blood seekers, will quarrel "for the death of their grandfather," and kill any of the name at feud with them, p. 126; lay a "busohement" and take some Tweeddale gentlemen, p. 148; two of their principal men offered for two Armstrongs by Scrope, to Johnston, 245; surnames of the English and Scottish West Marches, 166; have been "doing" in Liddesdale (27th April), 219; Johnston will likely revenge it, 219; Morton and Herries seek to compone their feud with the Maxwells, 220; hindered by Scrope, 220; promise him to defer answer to the Maxwells for 20 days (1st May), 221; will make no reconciliation (16th May), 226; burn Robert Maxwell's barns, &c., 264; at Netherby and Mote to watch the fords, 274; their feud with the Musgraves, 274; some favoured Maxwell, 429; others Johnston, and attacked by Maxwell's people (5th June), 432; agreement with the Musgraves advised by Scrope (16th), 434; of Esk and Leven: p. 393; the greatest surname on West border, being 500 able men, p. 394; at contention for their grounds, and slaughter among them (24th Oct.), p. 417; English: heavy bills against (2nd Feb. 15878), 587; the headsmen of, to give bond for behaviour to the warden, having no proper head but his lordship, p. 459; even the "principals" are outlaws, and unfit to be dealt with by Lord Scrope till they are duly cleared (10th June 1593), 845; the late Lord Scrope's policy was "to hold them still in differences" (1st July), 853; a disordered surname, the principals to give security for alland only hold their leases under penalties of forfeiture (Sept. 1593), p. 500.

Gramell, John: spoiled, p. 431.

Graunge, Kirkcaldy of: in Mary's favour (April 1566), 10; his honest carriage, 10; Drury sent to get him out of Edinburgh (1571), p. 269.

Gratnay (Gretna), the Laird of (Urwen): married Fergus Grame's daughter, p. 123; his sister married to Will Grame, brother of "Medhopp," p. 125; to receive back a black horse taken by Kirkhill from Carmichael of Reidmyre (10th July), 758.
-, (Gretnoe): Scots thieves from, pursued, 133; the thieves of: plan to stop, 162; the Erwins of, to take band with Scrope (July 1583), 167; Esk and Sark waters: meet at, p. 121; the Irwens of, p. 123.
-, Kirk: march meeting at, 106; Scrope to meet Johnston at, 281; put off (3rd March 15845), 289, p. 174; meeting at, postponed (14th Nov.), 788.

Graton, George: his arms, p. 38.

Grave, John: unfurnished, p. 44.
-, Rob.: absent, p. 46.
-, Wil.: bowman, p. 53.

Gravel: Berwick bridge, church way, &c., laid with (1593), p. 518.

Gravell, Steph.: absent, p. 46.

Gray, Lord (Patrick): taken prisoner at Stirling (2nd Nov.), 385, 387; addicted to popery (16th Jan. 15856), 406; his nephew Lord Hume goes to his house the Fownes, p. 470.
-, Master of: suspected of papistry (Sept. 1581), p. 76; passes Berwick to London, 269; attended and watched by William Selby on the road, p. 167; writes to the King (c. 17th Nov.), p. 167; his embassy, 272; and offers, 278; letters from Edinburgh to Walsingham (March 15845), 294; fray with Lord Crawford (12th), 294; Walsingham's letter sent to, from Berwick (19th May), no reply sent yet (31st), 319; twice demands surrender of Edinburgh castle (23rd June), 322; thought by Forster not so hostile to Arran as pretended, 323; said to have entered and burned Perth, with Athol (29th Oct.), 382; besieged in Stirling castle with the King (4th Nov.), 387; reported sent for to Court again (28th Dec.), 400; writes to Archibald Douglas, 400; his letters forwarded to Walsingham (13th Feb. 15856), 414; envied for his English favour, and disliked by Glammis, 414; not in favour with the King, and leaving Court (24th), 417; the King and Archibald Douglas to confer at his lodging (27th April), 422; no likelihood of his favour (25th Oct.), p. 418; letters sent to Walsingham (10th Sept.), 448; (23rd Oct.), 460; (7th Nov.), 466; also to him, 466; his 140 men plundered, &c. going to Flanders, 466; letters, &c. to Walsingham (24th), 467; ambassador to Elizabeth reaches Berwick (19th Dec.), 471; confers with Papists (Jan. 15867), 474; packet sent to (10th Feb.), 482; (16th), 487; his letters intercepted near Berwick (19th), 487; difficulty in sending to (25th), 490; Robert Carey wishes to meet (6th March), 497; the King dines with him at Dunfermline (26th April), p. 256; at Court, charged with treason and committed to prison (27th), p. 256; 511; asks, and has secret conference with the King (10th May), 513; brought under a guard and confronted with Sir William Steward, and denies his charges before the King and council, 513; sent back to the castle, and brought down before the King (on 11th), 513; deprived of Dunfermline abbey, 513; his disgrace pleases the Papists (21st), p. 259; writes from France, to Archibald Douglas (c. 25th July), 526; favoured by Bothwell, and Huntly to give his lands back to (7th April), 642; to the King from Rouen (4th March 15889), p. 336; to his brother, that the Spaniards would be in Scotland by May, p. 336; is now in Dieppe (18th), p. 336; writes to Burghley and Hunsdon, and sends verbal message by Woddryngton, of scheme by Hamilton, Angus, Bothwell, himself, &c. to turn out the chancellor and otherswith the Queen's permissiontheir offers to her in returntheir refusal of great offers from Spain, as true Christiansthe chancellor's treachery, &c. (14th July 1592), 763; is on the border for despatch, 763; allowed to lie "covertly" in Northumberland (as the King is assured), but has been in Scotland till eight daysagowas very closely enquired of at Fernihurst and elsewherebut the permission a strict secret (7th Oct.), 776; his letter to Burghley, 776; a juror on Bothwell's trial (10th Aug.), pp. 488, 492; in guard with the King against Bothwell (3rd April 1594), p. 526.

Gray, Adam: horseman, Branxton, p. 158.
-, Andrew: brother to Lord G., comes from France to Scotland (28th Aug. 1585), 342.
-, Cuthbert: his arms, p. 38.
-, Cutberd: horseman, Berington, p. 159.
-, Cuthbert: horseman, Dutchane, p. 161.
-, David, of Mowe: horse stealer, p. 363.
-, Edward: present when Lord Russell shot, p. 190.
-, Geo.: horseman, West Lilborne, p. 157.
-, Henry: his tenants, &c., pp. 16, 19.
-, Hen.: horseman, Haggerston, p. 158.
-, Hen.: horseman, Elwike, p. 159.
-, James: horseman, Spindleton, p. 160.

Gray, John: tenant, Eshett, p. 21.
-, John: horseman, Fenton, p. 157.
-, John: horseman, Howick, p. 161.
-, John, of Bramery: spoiled, p. 440.
-, Lyonell: horseman, Wooler, p. 157.
-, Michael: unfurnished, p. 46.
-, Nic.: horseman, Howick, p. 161.
-, Ralph, of Horton: his lands, &c., p. 16; brother of Sir Thomas G., p. 16; keeper of Dunstonburghe, p. 17; his horsemen, p. 20; takes muster of horse on East March, p. 161; resets Jesuits (Oct.), 458; fails in duty in raid of Eslington (6th Dec. 1587), p. 291; letter to Walsingham (26th July 1588), 616; raid on, p. 357; of Wark: to help with repairs of castle, 698; 90l. paid him towards these (25th March 1590), p. 379; his tenants' carriage reduces cost from 500l. to 300l. [detailed] (2nd Aug.), 717; of Horton: for repairs of Wark Castle, 90l. (29th Sept. 1591), 735; of Chillingham: to Burghley, denying that he revealed his secret orders from him touching the Master of Gray living in Northumberland (7th Oct.), 776; sends him, by his brother, a letter from the Master, 776; suggested as a commissioner on abuses at Berwick (17th March 15923), 810; his great quarrel with Henry Woddryngton amicably settled by "a meaner instrument" [Carey?], (30th May 1593), p. 463; Burghley and Hunsdon godfathers to his son "William," represented by Sir W. Read and John Carey (10th Aug. 1593), 877; for repairs of Wark Castle, 300l. (Sept. 1593), 894; partially repairs Wark Castle (15th April), 945; his town of Myndram raided (19th June), 956.
-, Raph: horseman, South Charlton, p. 158.
-, Raph: horseman, Kyllam, p. 161.
-, Richard: raid on, p. 352.
-, Rob.: horseman, Lowlyne, p. 159.
-, Rowland: his arms, p. 58.
-, Sir Thomas, of Chillingham: his lands and tenants, pp. 14, 15, 16; lands, &c., pp. 17, 18, 19; commissioner of marches, p. 35; in command of Wark Castle, p. 103; takes muster of horse on East March, p. 161; his man demanding horses, threatened by Bothwell, p. 249; Walsingham's spy is to see him when at Wark (6th March), p. 251; his brother a pledge (Feb. 15878), p. 315.
-, Tho.: Rob. Lisle's servant, raid on, p. 361.
-, Tho.: horseman, Akeld, p. 157.
-, Tho.: horseman, Branxton, p. 158.
-, Tho.: horseman, Fenwick, p. 159.
-, Tho.: horseman, Wark, 259.

Gray, Tho., of Karling leepes: claim by (1592), p. 517.
-, Wil.: his arms, p. 38.
-, Wil.: unfurnished, p. 49.
-, Wil.: horseman, Howick, p. 161.
-, Wil., of Alnwick: raids on, p. 361.
-, one: Englishman leaves Leith for North of Scotland (Oct. 1586), p. 239.

Grays (Graies) the: gentlemen of the East March, 166.

"Gray Carver": Lancelot Carlton's horse, given to Will of Kinmonth (Easter 1585), 309.

"Gray Valentine": the King's gelding, worth 100l. sterling, stolen at Falkland (1592), 921; in Thomas Musgrave's hands yet, p. 516.

Graystock Castle: p. 32; barony of: musters, pp. 5052; late Lord Dacre's, under a steward, his duty, pp. 392, 395.

Greare, Cuthbert, of Dalskairth: raid on, p. 423.

Grecia, wall of: against the Turkes, for 360 miles, p. 301.

Green cloth, officers of the: to pay Scrope fees, &c. of the cup bearer, if appointed (20th Aug. 1593), p. 494.

Greenelaw: the chancellor expected at (28th Sept.), 773; with his "lady," there with provost of Lincluden (8th Oct.), 777; still there communicating with the King (15th), p. 415.

Greenridge: raid on, p. 350.

Greenwich (Grinwige): delay of post to Berwick from, 982.

Gregson: petty victualler, p. 385; Hugh: petty victualler, his debt, 811; is able for it, p. 442; his debt to Pindlebury enquired into, found solvent, when he gets "the two years' pay" (8th June), 955.

Gren, George, of Allenton: raid on, pp. 351, 361.
-, John, of Parkingrige: raid on, p. 422.
-, Ric.: horseman, Lesbury, p. 160.
-, Rolland, of Alnwick: raid on, p. 362.
-, Wil., and his man (2): nags, &c., p. 63; (1) bowman, p. 63.
-, Forster's man, takes bills to Cesford, 476.

Grendon town and village of G. rigge: tenants, &c., p. 18; muster of, pp. 153, 159.

Grenehead, Laird of (Carr): two Englishmen at his house (Feb. 15834), p. 129; p. 359.

Grenell, Ed.: bowman, p. 52.

Grennop, Cuthbert: his arms, p. 60.

Grenwell, Anthony: raid on, p. 350.

Gresham, Edmond: 73.
-, Sir Thomas: Queen's agent in Flanders, 1.

Gresse, Tho.: unfurnished, p. 51.

Grey, of Wilton, Lord: governor of Berwick (1560), p. 269; dead (1563), p. 269.

Greynhowe, Chris.: bowman, p. 52.
-, Edw.: spoiled, p. 431.
-, Jo.: bowman, p. 50.
-, Jo. (3): bowmen, p. 52.
-, Jo. (4): bowmen, p. 53.
-, Ric.: bowman, p. 52.
-, Tho. (2): bowmen, p. 53.
-, Tho.: billman, p. 63.
-, "Wedowe": bowman, p. 53.
-, Wil.: bowman, p. 53.

Grimston, Mr: comptroller, 932.

Grindon manor (Durham): 73.

Grisdaill: musters of, pp. 52, 53.
-, Chris.: bowman, p. 53.
-, Ed.: bowman, p. 52.
-, John: bowman, p. 53.
-, Ric.: bowman, p. 52.
-, Rob.: bowman, p. 52.
-, Tho. (3): bowmen, p. 53.
-, Wil.: bowman, p. 53.

Gristenthal, Jo.: bowman, p. 45.

Grothewghe "stead": tenants, &c., p. 18.

Gud John [Goujon?], Captain: lieutenant at Newhaven in France [Havre?], instructed to aid Spanish invasion (26th Jan. 15934), 928.

Guernsey (Garnsey), isle of: Spanish design on (7th Oct. 1593), 899.

Guise (Guyse), Duke of (Henry): sends six horses to the King (9th May 1582), 122; discontent of the "ministry" thereat, and their advice against receiving them, 122; called a papist, a bloody man; &c., 122; news of, sent by Walsingham to Scrope (26th April 1585), 299; report from Rochelle, of his defeat and death or hurt, loss of 12,000 men (17th Jan. 15878), 584; his quarrel with Henry 3rd a benefit to England (15th May 1588), 606; doubted by Huntingdon, 606, 622.

Guises, the: reported league with Henry 4th (13th Sept. 1593), 888.

Gulle, Steph.: horseman, Bousden, p. 158.

Gunston, Perceval: 73.

Guysouns: horsemen in, p. 20.

Gyles, Nicholas: pensioner, Berwick, p. 274.

Gyrbryte: a Jesuit, haunts Cumberland and Westmorland (1583), 168.

Gyvone, Wil.: horseman, Orde, p. 159.