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Index: U, Z

Pages 392-401

Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House: Volume 24, Addenda, 1605-1668. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1976.

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U

Ughtred. See Ughtred, Henry

Ughtred, Henry [? of Bristol], executor to John Hamilton, 1st Marquess of Hamilton
-, 144

Ulm [Germany]
-, 237

Ulrich, Duke of Holstein
-, 27, 39, 71

Ulster, Ireland
-, 120
-, map of escheated counties of, 180
-, King's Attorney in. See Dillon, Henry; Sibthorpe, John

United Provinces, The. See also States General
-, Viscount Cranborne in, 200
-, 210
-, Scottish merchants' ship burnt by warships of, 225

Upavon (Uphaven), co. Wilts.
-, manor of, 250

Uphaven. See Upavon

Uston, co. Berks.
-, 130

V

Valentine, The, of Blakeney
-, attacks Guthrie's ship, 247

Vane, the Secretary. See Vane, Sir Henry

Vane, the younger. See Vane, Sir Henry

Vane, Sir Henry, Secretary of State
-, polemical attack on, 277

Vane, Sir Henry, the younger, M.P. for Hull, son of Sir Henry Vane
-, polemical attack on, 277

Vargas, Pedro de, Spanish prisoner in Newgate
-, condemned to death, 102

Vaughan, Sir. See Vaughan, Colonel

Vaughan, John, 1st Earl of Carbery
-, creation of his title, 266

Vaughan, Roger, Keeper of the Marshalsea prison
-, 207

Vaughan, Colonel, Royalist commander
-, 278

Vavasor, Lady. See Vavasour, Anne

Vavasor, Sir Thomas. See Vavasour, Sir Thomas

Vavasour (Vavasor), Lady Anne, daughter of Sir Henry Vavasour, of Copmanthorpe, co. Yorks., and paramour of Sir Henry Lee, of Woodstock, co. Oxford, Master of the Ordnance
-, her allowance, 67

Vavasour (Vavasor), Sir Thomas, of Copmanthorpe, co. Yorks.
-, 123

Veale, Edward, Captain of the Pearl
-, captures Breton ship, 54, 101

Vegeth, Joachim, Danish agent in London
-, petition to Cecil, 27

Venice [Italy]
-, ambassadors from, 54
-, Signory of, 76
-, news from, 76
-, reference to existence in library at Salisbury House of pictures of Doges and map of, 149
-, Viscount Cranborne at, 190, 199
-, glasses from, 190
-, Viscount Cranborne's purchases in, 200

Venn. See Venn, John

Venn, John, M.P. for City of London
-, polemical attack on, 277

Verdun, Charlotte du Guay, Madame de, wife of Nicolas de Verdun
-, said to dominate her husband, 166

Verdun, Nicolas de, President of the Parlement of Toulouse
-, 166

Vere, Elizabeth de, Countess of Oxford, widow of Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford (d 1604)
-, her allowance, 67

Verneuil, Catherine-Henriette de Balsac d'Entraigues, Marquise de, mistress of Henry IV
-, 166

Verney, Sir Richard, of Compton, co. Warwick, Sheriff of Warwickshire
-, brings Gunpowder Plot prisoner to London, 38

Vernon, William, late of the garrison at Berwick
-, 52

Verses
-, in honour of Queen and Prince Henry, 49
-, on occasion of marriage between Earl of Somerset and Frances Devereux, 231 and n
-, 235, 251, 252 (2), 283, 284
-, Bacon lampooned in, 240
-, in Latin, 251, 292 (3)
-, associated with Civil War, 283

Vice-Chamberlain, The. See Stanhope, Sir John; Digby, Sir John

Vigors, John, of Water Lane, London, Merchant Taylor
-, bond signed by, 165

Villa Mediana, Don Juan Baptista de Tassis, Conde de, Spanish Ambassador to England
-, 16, 50
-, complaints of, 48

Villemonte, , one of Duret's partisans
-, 166

Villernou, Sieur de
-, chosen to be Huguenot representative at Henry IV's Court, 119

Villiers, George, Marquis, later Duke, of Buckingham
-, mentioned unfavourably in verses, 235
-, letter to Gondomar, 238

Vincent (Vyncent), Sir Francis, of Stoke d'Abernon, co. Surrey
-, petition to Privy Council, 44, 45

Vincent, Michael
-, petition to William, Earl of Salisbury, 288

Virginia
-, Gardiner about to go to, 234

Vizard, John, a Gunpowder Plot conspirator committed to the Marshalsea
-, his information about treasure concealed by conspirators, 35

W

Waad, Sir William, Lieutenant of the Tower of London
-, 87
-, letter from, 145

Wadnal (Watnalls), co. Notts.
-, 138

Waferer, Adam, barrister, of the Inner Temple, formerly of Chancery Lane, London
-, his recusancy, 142

Waineman, Viscount. See Wenman, Richard

Wake, William, of Westminster, London, butcher
-, petition to Cecil, 225

Wakeley. See Wakeley, Thomas

Wakeley, Thomas, lessee of Abbey of Navan, Ireland
-, 125

Wakering, Sir Gilbert, of Rickmansworth, co. Herts.
-, 195

Walden. See Howard, Theophilus

Waldron, Richard, an Undertaker in Ulster, Ireland
-, 144

Wales
-, register of papers concerning, 102
-, castles in, 135
-, Parliament authorizes survey of, 185
-, agreement for erection of furnaces for industrial uses in, 196
-, loan of money to King from, 247
-, 248
-, Queen's Attorney-General for South. See Williams, Sir David

Wales, Council of the Marches of challenge to jurisdiction of, 51 materials concerning jurisdiction of, 102
-, 112
-, Lord President of. See Zouche, Edward la
-, Deputy-Porter of. See Honyng, Patrick

Walker, John, in the service of Thomas Percy
-, petition to Cecil, 32

Walker, Samuel, surveyor
-, map of Maylards in Havering drawn by, 244

Walkwood, Tobias, parson of Beckington, co. Somerset.
-, 198

Walle, John de, of Amsterdam, merchant
-, 53

Waller, Sir. See Waller, Sir William

Waller, Sir William, Parliamentary commander
-, 278

Walley, John, Deputy-Clerk to the Council of Munster
-, petition to Cecil, 159

Walley, Randall, of London, Merchant Taylor
-, petitions to Cecil, 3 (2)

Wallis, John, attached to the office of Privy Harriers
-, petition to Cecil, 221

Wallop, Sir Henry, Lord Justice of Ireland (d 1599)
-, mentioned, 2

Walmesley, Justice. See Walmesley, Sir Thomas

Walmesley (Walmsley), Sir Thomas, Justice of the Common Pleas
-, 113

Walsh, Anne, daughter of Sir Richard Walsh
-, pension requested for, 80

Walsh, Joyce, daughter of Sir Richard Walsh
-, pension requested for, 80

Walsh, Sir Nicholas, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas in Ireland
-, 160

Walsh, Sir Richard, of Shelsley Walsh, co. Worcester., Sheriff of Worcestershire
-, complaint against, 38
-, hiding place of Gunpowder Plot conspirators revealed to, 58
-, petition to Cecil, 61 and n
-, petition to King, 80

Walsingham, co. Norfolk
-, 235

Walsingham, Lady. See Walsingham, Awdrey

Walsingham, Awdrey or Andrea, Lady, Keeper of the Queen's Wardrobe, wife of Sir Thomas Walsingham
-, 215, 232

Walsingham, Sir Thomas, of Chislehurst, co. Kent, Keeper of the Queen's Wardrobe
-, 232

Waltham, William. See Walton, William

Waltham Cross, co. Herts.
-, reference to Cecil's almshouse at, 221

Walton, Thomas, Yeoman Farrier to the King
-, petition to Cecil, 226

Walton or Waltham, William, of Weymouth, co. Dorset
-, 54
-, request on behalf of, 101

Walworth, Agnes, former laundress to Sir Robert Cecil
-, petitions to Cecil, 73, 74
-, her brother. See Love, Thomas

Wandles, co. Yorks.
-, 91
-, Keeper of King's park at. See Storey, George

Wansborough, Thomas
-, complaint against, 122

Warburton, Justice. See Warburton, Sir Peter

Warburton, George, Dean of Wells
-, 275

Warburton, Sir Peter, of Tilston, Cheshire, Judge of the Common Pleas
-, 60

Ward, Nicholas, one of the King's Trumpeters
-, petition to Cecil, 78 and n

Ward, Samuel, Vice-Chancellor of Cambridge University
-, petition to William, Earl of Salisbury, 240

Wardour (Warder), Sir Edward, of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, London, Clerk of the Pells
-, 274
-, receives grant from Charles I, 275

Wardour, Mr., an official of the Exchequer
-, 192

Wardrobe, The King's
-, allowance to Keepers of, 69
-, 76

Wards, Court of
-, 16, 30, 39, 99, 131, 139, 173, 208, 224
-, survey of main sources of revenue of, 254
-, Auditor of. See Tooke, William
-, Attorney of. See Hesketh, Sir Thomas
-, Clerk of. See Thornton, John
-, Master of. See Cecil, Sir Robert
-, Registrar of. See Perceval, Richard
-, Receiver-General of. See Fleetwood, Sir William; Fleetwood, Sir Miles
-, Surveyor of. See Pepper, Sir Cuthbert

Wards and Wardships
-, 30, 31, 39, 44, 45, 55, 56, 59, 60, 61, 72, 78 (2), 81, 97, 99, 129, 160, 163 (2), 164, 173, 183, 195, 198, 208 (2), 224

Ware, co. Herts.
-, 29

Warren, John, of London, scrivener
-, 3

Warwick, Countess of. See Dudley, Anne

Warwick, Earl of. See Dudley, Ambrose; Rich, Robert

Warwick, co. Warwick
-, printers committed to the gaol at, 26

Warwickshire
-, Justices of the Peace in, 26, 38, 216
-, arrest of printers in, 26
-, recusants in, 216
-, Sheriff of. See Verney, Sir Richard; Beaufort, Sir Thomas

Warye, Thomas, of Hesketh, co. Lancs., tanner
-, petition to Cecil, 189

Waterden, co. Herts.
-, denial of existence of grange called, 11

Watergate, The, Southampton, co. Hants.
-, 209

Water Lane, London
-, 165

Waters, John, huntsman to the King
-, his allowance, 68

Watford, co. Herts.
-, 28

Watkins, Walter, a maimed soldier
-, petition to Earl of Northampton, 82

Watkinson, Thomas, tenant in Brigstock Park
-, petition to William, Earl of Salisbury, 279

Watson, Mr. See Watson, Thomas

Watson, Richard, of London, physician
-, paid medical expenses, 206, 211

Watson, Thomas [? of London, merchant]
-, 3
-, petition to Cecil, 179

Watson, Thomas, Teller of the Exchequer
-, 181

Watson, William, Master of the God's Grace
-, accused of dishonest behaviour, 80

Watson, William, in the service of Roger Howe
-, imprisoned by Inquisition in Portugal, 50

Watson, Mr., of London
-, 9

Watts, Sir John, of London, merchant
-, former owner of the Constance, 92
-, complains of sequestration of his prize by Spaniards, 93

Watts, Mr.
-, his serious illness, 284

Wax
-, shipped to England from Danzig, 7

Webb, Sir John, of Charford, co. Hants., recusant
-, complaints against, 15

Webb, Robert, of Beckington, co. Somerset, clothier
-, complaints against, 198 and n

Webb, Robert, grandson of Robert Webb
-, his wardship, 198

Webb, Thomas, deceased, son of Robert Webb
-, mentioned, 198

Weech, Christian, wife of Thomas Weech
-, petition to Cecil, 109
-, her reprieve from sentence of death for witchcraft, 109

Weech, Thomas [? of Mendham, co. Norfolk]
-, petition to Cecil, 109

Weekes, Lawrence, huntsman to the King
-, his allowance, 68

Welbury, Anthony, of Castle Eden, co. Durham (d 1596)
-, mentioned, 5, 6

Welbury, John, son of Anthony Welbury
-, 5

Welchhampton. See Welsh Hampton

Wells, Cathedral of, co. Somerset
-, payment of pension due to Earls of Salisbury from, 275
-, Dean and Chapter of, 275
-, Dean of. See Warburton, George

Wells, Chapter of, co. Somerset
-, King's letter to, 112
-, Dowthwaite to discuss question of pension with, 275

Wells, John, of London
-, 111

Wells, Simon, in the service of Lord Stanhope
-, petition to Cecil, 160
-, 161 n

Wells, , [ ? John Welles, King's Courier], of the Royal Household
-, his allowance, 63

Welsh Hampton (Welchhampton), Shropshire
-, 56

Welwyn (Welwin), co. Herts.
-, musters held at, 273

Wem (Wenne), Shropshire
-, 56

Wenman (Waineman), Richard, Viscount Wenman of Tuam, and Baron Wenman of Kilmainham
-, creation of his titles, 266

Wenman, Mr.
-, visits Italy and Rome, 148

Wenne. See Wem

Wentworth, Baron. See Wentworth, Thomas

Wentworth, Viscount. See Wentworth, Thomas

Wentworth (Wintworth), Thomas, 5th Baron Wentworth, Royalist commander
-, 278

Wentworth, Thomas, Baron Wentworth, later Viscount Wentworth and Earl of Strafford
-, creation of his titles, 266

Wesley or Weslye, Gerrard, of Dingan, Offaly, co. Kildare, Ireland
-, 97

Wesley or Weslye, Valerian, grandchild of Gerrard Wesley
-, her wardship, 97

Westbrook, , of Godalming, co. Surrey, J.P.
-, 284

Westcott, Robert, in the service of Lord Carew
-, petition to Cecil, 148

West Indies
-, 49
-, maltreatment by Spaniards of English mariners taken prisoner in, 92, 105, 106

Westminster, London
-, plague in, 29
-, 54, 138, 191, 223, 225
-, steward of, 223
-, grant dated from, 275
-, Bailiff of. See Dobbinson, Ralph

Westminster Abbey, Westminster, London
-, almsroom at, 52, 124
-, reference to guided tour of the monuments in, 230
-, Prince Charles buried in, 265
-, Dean of. See Andrewes, Lancelot; Neile, Richard

Westminster Hall, Westminster, London
-, Sir Henry Montagu installed as Chief Justice in, 232
-, 284

Westminster Palace, Westminster, London
-, 111, 145
-, letter dated from, 189

Westmorland
-, priests and seminarists in, 42

Westmorland, Earl of. See Neville, Charles

Weston, Mr. See Weston, Langley

Weston, Langley
-, involved in dispute over Kingswood Forest, 170

Weston, Richard, 1st Baron Weston of Neyland, Lord Treasurer
-, signs directives from Privy Council, 267, 271

West Quay, Southampton, co. Hants.
-, 209

Weymouth, co. Dorset
-, 54, 278

Wharton, Lord. See Wharton, Philip

Wharton, Philip, 4th Baron Wharton
-, polemical attack on, 277

Wheldrake, co. Yorks.
-, 192

Wherrymen and Watermen, of London
-, petition to Cecil, 58

Whistler, Richard, of Chorley, co. Berks.
-, petition to Cecil, 153

Whitaker,
-, mentioned in verses, 284

Whitbrooke, Hugh, of London, merchant
-, 54

Whitby, John, Yeoman of the Guard and Steward of the Tower of London
-, petition to Cecil, 13
-, 145

White, Mistress. See White, Anne

White, Andrew, of St. Martin's-inthe-Fields, London
-, 223

White, Anne, wife of Thomas White, of Tuxford, co. Notts., and sister of William Cecil, Lord Burghley
-, 74

White, Anne, of Plymouth, wineretailer
-, petition to Cecil, 221

White, Anne, of Charford, co. Hants.
-, 15

White, Gabriel, of Winchester, deceased
-, mentioned, 15

White, George, of Plymouth, wineretailer
-, petition to Cecil, 221

White, Stephen, of Winchester
-, petition to Cecil, 15

White, , [ ? John White, M.P. for Southwark]
-, polemical attack on, 277

White Castle, co. Monmouth
-, manor of, 250

Whitehall (Whithale), Westminster, London
-, 179, 195
-, the Court at, 226

White Lion, The, prison, Southwark
-, Cecil's gift of money to prisoners in, 207
-, Keeper of. See Stodard, William

White Lion, The
-, shop in Britain's Burse called, 274

Whitelocke (Whytlocke), Edmund, Captain
-, thought to have been poisoned, 203

Whitgift, John, Archbishop of Canterbury (d 1604)
-, mentioned, 26

Whithale. See Whitehall

Whitingham, Sir Timothy, of Holmside, co. Durham
-, 192

Whitney, Francis, Sergeant-atArms to the late Queen Elizabeth
-, 114

Whitsbery. See Whitsbury

Whitsbury (Whitsbery), co. Wilts.
-, 278

Whitstable, co. Kent
-, ship bound for France from, 155

Whittington, co. Worcester
-, 96

Whitton, Christopher, of Powick, co. Worcester
-, 6

Whytlocke. See Whitelock, Edmund

Wick, co. Worcester
-, 13

Wicks (Wikes), co. Essex
-, manor of, 250

Wight, Isle of, co. Hants.
-, Guthrie's ship attacked and plundered at, 247

Wighton, co. Norfolk
-, manor of, 250

Wikes. See Wicks

Wilbraham, Sir Roger, Master of Requests, Chancellor to the Queen
-, 5, 10, 84, 85, 164
-, his notes on petitions, 17, 91

Wile, Mr., of Wick, co. Worcester
-, 13

Williams, Sir David, Queen's Attorney-General for South Wales
-, 183

Williams, John, Bishop of Lincoln and Dean of Westminster
-, 265

Williams, Walter, of Abergavenny, recusant
-, complaints against, 242

Willis, Simon, secretary to Sir Robert Cecil
-, his list of English visitors to Italy and Rome, 146, 147

Willis, Captain [? brother of Simon Willis]
-, 139

Willoughby, George
-, petition to Cecil, 122

Wilmot, Sir Charles, Vice-President of Munster
-, petition to Cecil, 124
-, 159

Wilson, Alexander, tailor to Prince Henry and Yeoman of the Robes
-, his allowance, 64

Wilson, Thomas, of St. Clement's, London, secretary to Sir Robert Cecil
-, 149, 150, 168
-, signs accounts, 152, 153
-, letter from Bell to, 176
-, letters to Houghton, 179, 185, 186
-, Cecil's letter to, 203
-, appointed to supervise weaving industry at Hatfield, 236

Wilson, Thomas, of Kirkwall, Orkney
-, petition to King, 225

Wilton, William, of Dishforth, co. Yorks.
-, petition to Cecil, 214

Wiltshire
-, Assizes in, 30
-, recusants in, 30, 187
-, 123, 208
-, Duchy of Lancaster's manors in, 250

Wimbledon (Wymbleton), co. Surrey
-, letter dated from, 233

Winch, John, of London, mercer
-, petition to Cecil, 59

Winchester, co. Hants.
-, 15, 130 and n, 278
-, reference to Parliamentary and Royalist troops in, 278
-, office of Bishop's Clerk in, 285 (2)
-, Recorder of. See Fleming Sir Thomas

Winchester, Bishop of. See Bilson, Thomas; Neile, Richard

Winchester, Marquess of. See Paulet, William

Winchester School, Winchester
-, Cecil recommends scholar of, 47

Windebank, Sir Thomas, Clerk of the Signet
-, 124

Windsor, co. Berks.
-, installation of Knights of the Garter at, 148 and n, 150

Windsor, Lord. See Windsor, Thomas

Windsor Castle, Windsor, co. Berks.
-, petition from clerks of King's Chapel of St. George at, 95

Windsor Herald. See Tomson, Samuel

Windsor, Knights of
-, their allowance, 68

Windsor, Thomas, 6th Lord Windsor
-, a King's ward, 60 and n

Wines
-, of France, 190
-, 221

Wing, Vincent, of North Luffenham, co. Rutland, astronomer and author
-, his Dreadfull Prognostication purchased, 282

Wingfield, Richard, son of Sir Robert Wingfield, of Upton, co. Northants.
-, petition to Cecil, 11 and n

Winter, Mr. See Winter, Robert

Winter, John, of Huddington, co. Worcester, Gunpowder Plot conspirator, half-brother of Robert and Thomas Winter
-, executed at Worcester, 73, 74

Winter, Robert, of Huddington, co. Worcester, Gunpowder Plot conspirator
-, 38
-, alleged to have been concealed by Catholics in Salop and Flintshire, 57 and n
-, his arrest, 57 (3), 58

Winter, Thomas, of Huddington, co. Worcester
-, 57

Winton, R. See Neile, Richard

Wintworth, Lord. See Wentworth, Thomas

Winwood, Sir Ralph, English Ambassador to the States General
-, 16
-, Ralegh's letter to, 233

Witchcraft
-, in Norfolk, 110

Witham, John
-, petition to Cecil, 172

Witherley, Walter, of Stapleton, co. Gloucester
-, brings action against Honyng, 51 (2)

Wokesey. See Okesey

Wolferston, Edmund, of St. Botolph's without Aldersgate, London
-, signs agreement concerning erection of furnaces for industrial uses, 196

Wollaxton, co. Oxford
-, 40

Wood, George, of the Royal Household
-, his allowance, 63

Wood, John, huntsman to the King
-, his allowance, 68

Woodcroste, Robert
-, witnesses Brooke's bond, 177

Woodeaton, co. Oxford
-, 164

Woodey, Edward
-, petition to Cecil, 180

Woodgreen, co. Herts.
-, 189

Woodgreen, John, of Frindsbury, co. Kent
-, petition to Cecil, 179

Woodhouse, Sir Philip, of Kimberley, co. Norfolk, J. P.
-, intervenes on behalf of Christian Weech, 109

Woodhouse, Sir William, of the Royal Household
-, his allowance, 63

Woodmongers, Company, The, of London
-, dispute between carmen and, 29

Woodroe, Lady. See Woodrove, Elizabeth

Woodrove or Woodroffe (Woodroe) Elizabeth, Lady, daughter of Thomas Percy, 7th Earl of Northumberland, and widow of Richard Woodrove, of Wolley, co. Yorks.
-, her allowance, 67

Woods
-, spoliation of, 124, 132, 160
-, 249
-, harm caused by iron industry to, 255

Woodstock, co. Oxford
-, King's progress at, 29

Wood Street Counter, prison, London
-, 8
-, Cecil's gift of money to prisoners in, 207
-, Keeper of. See Jenkins, Lewis

Woodward, Laurence, of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, London
-, complaints against, 69

Woolverton, co. Somerset
-, manor of, 198

Worall, Leonard, of Fleet Bridge, London
-, petition to King, 59

Worcester, co. Worcester
-, 34
-, Gunpowder Plot conspirators sent to London from, 35
-, Gunpowder Plot prisoners executed at, 73 (2) and n, 74
-, request from Dean and Chapter of, 96
-, demand to be made Justices of the Peace by bailiffs of, 96
-, Keeper of gaol at. See Morgan, Robert

Worcester, Bishop of. See Babington, Gervase

Worcester, Dean of. See Montague, James

Worcester, Earl of. See Somerset, Edward

Worcestershire
-, conveyance of Gunpowder Plot prisoners to London from, 35
-, supporters of Gunpowder Plot conspirators examined by J. P. s. of, 58
-, Sheriff of. See Walsh, Sir Richard
-, Clerk of the Peace for. See Symonds, Thomas

Worlington, Sir William, of Springfield, co. Essex, Gentleman Porter of the Tower of London
-, his lawsuit with Hemyng, 145 and n, 146

Worsley, Sir Robert, of the Boothes, co. Lancs (d. 1586)
-, mentioned, 15

Worsley, Robert, deceased, son of Sir Robert Worsley
-, mentioned, 15

Worsley, Thomas, of the Boothes, co. Lancs.
-, petition to Cecil, 15

Wotton, Lord. See Wotton, Edward

Wotton, Edward, 1st Baron Wotton of Marley
-, 232

Wotton, Sir Henry, English Ambassador to Venice
-, 54, 147 (2)
-, his allowance, 63
-, Viscount Cranborne lodges in the house of, 200

Wrexham, co. Denbigh
-, 112

Wright, John, on active service in Flanders
-, accused of conspiring against King and Prince of Wales, 227
-, petition to Cecil, 227

Wright, John, of Twigmore, co. Lincoln, Gunpowder Plot conspirator
-, Street claims to have killed, 34

Wright, Mr.
-, 41

Wrightington, Edward, of Gray's Inn, London
-, 164

Wriothesley, Henry, 3rd Earl of Southampton
-, 41
-, visits Hatfield House, 203

Wroth, Sir Robert, of Loughton, co. Essex and Durrants, Enfield, co. Middlesex
-, 109 and n

Wycombe, co. Bucks.
-, petition to Cecil from Mayor and burgesses of, 13
-, free school in, 14

Wydmer, Richard, Sergeant-atArms
-, his allowance, 66

Wyles. See Wyles, William

Wyles, William, English merchant
-, his conduct at Calais, 44

Wymbleton. See Wimbledon

Wynn (Wyn), John, of Enfield, co. Middlesex
-, 11

Wynn (alias Gethin), Maurice, of Llangynhafal, co. Denbigh, brother-in-law to William Hughes
-, 89

Wynn, Rowland, in the service of Prince Henry
-, his allowance, 64

Wynyard, John, senior, of London, deceased
-, mentioned, 111

Wynyard, John, junior, Keeper of the King's Wardrobe at Hampton Court
-, petition to Cecil, 111 and n

Wyvell, Marmaduke, of the Royal Household
-, his allowance, 63

Y

Yardley. See Yardley, Thomas

Yardley, Thomas, student of Douai College
-, ready to cross from Calais to England, 73 and n

Yarmouth, co. Norfolk
-, 111

Yarnold, Thomas
-, petition to Cecil, 31

Yelverton, Sir Charles, of London, former Gentleman Pensioner of the late Queen Elizabeth
-, his allowance, 68

Yelverton, William, of Rougham, co. Norfolk, J.P.
-, intervenes on behalf of Christian Weech, 109

Yeomen of the Guard. See Guard, The King's

Yeomen Prickers
-, their allowance, 67

Yetsweirt, Mr., deceased, first husband of Jane Boteler
-, mentioned, 95

Y Ffynant, Dinas, co. Brecknock
-, Forest of, 196

York, co. Yorks.
-, 5, 80, 136
-, coarse cloth exported from, 52
-, petition from merchants of, 52
-, Assizes at, 192
-, Dean and Chapter of, 249
-, Receiver of. See Scudamore, Thomas

York, Sir Edward, of Sowerthwaite, co. Yorks., former Lieutenant-General of the Horse in Ireland
-, petition to Cecil, 214

Yorkshire
-, priests and seminarists in, 42
-, recusancy in, 121
-, sheriff of, 121

Young, James, in the service of Prince Charles, Duke of York
-, his allowance, 66

Young, Patrick, of the Royal Household
-, his allowance, 63

Young (Younge), Sir Peter, tutor to Prince Charles, Duke of York
-, his allowance, 62

Young, Thomas [? in the service of Sir Robert Cecil]
-, 206

Young (Younge), Thomas, in the service of Prince Henry
-, his allowance, 64

Younge, Hendrick de, a Dutch sea captain
-, petition to Privy Council, 16

Z

Zeeland [Netherlands]
-, 16, 139

Zinzan, Andrew, senior, Rider of the King's horses
-, his allowance, 64

Zinzan, Andrew, junior, Rider of the King's horses
-, his allowance, 64

Zinzan, Henry, Rider of the King's horses
-, his allowance, 64

Zouche, Edward la, 11th Lord Zouche, President of the Council of the Marches of Wales
-, 51, 102, 112 and n
-, his allowance, 63
-, petition to, 112