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Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry III: Volume 11, 1259-1261. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1934.

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Nailisworth, Walter de, 493.

Nailsworth, Nailisworth [co. Gloucester], 493.

Names: unusual:
-, Alda, 408.
-, Alelmus or Alealmus, 37, 88.
-, Alexius, 159.
-, Amflisa, 161.
-, Anker, 498.
-, Annora, 166.
-, Astin, 341.
-, Azo, 413.
-, Barbota, 312, 243.
-, Bogo or Bovo, 9, 104.
-, Brunetta, 176.
-, Colard, 241.
-, Derilda, 455.
-, Dulcia, 25.
-, Edelina, 923.
-, Elizabeth, 60.
-, Eugenna, 156.
-, Fastred, 495.
-, Florence (man), 487.
-, Fredesent or Frethesont, 187.
-, Frelisius, 347.
-, Gille, 2.
-, Glondina, 480.
-, Goditha, 54.
-, Goselin, 55.
-, Guncia, 210.
-, Hako, Haakon, 152.
-, Hugettus, 159, 241.
-, Ladrina, 26.
-, Maennius, 404.
-, Marcadius, 45.
-, Maroya, 119.
-, Midda, 82.
-, Morrera, 218.
-, Neuulonis, 91.
-, Odinellus, 225, 281.
-, Rasehius, 496.
-, Reinilda, 442.
-, Saveric, 444.
-, Seyveron, 7.
-, Susanna, 198.
-, Urian, 347.

Naper, John le, the king's huntsman, 40, 66, 78, 83, 120, 288, 290, 301, 322, 366, 417, 4267.

-, Ralph le, the king's servant, 44, 329, 439.

Napton on the Hill [co. Warwick], 204.

Napton, Adam de, 204.

Nascok, John de, 210.

Nascok. See Navistock.

Nassche, Roger atte, 201.

Natal, Luke, citizen of Lucca, 1645.

Navinton, Roger de, 191.

Navistock, Nascok [co. Essex], 210.

Nayland, Neylaund [co. Essex], manor, 24.

Neroche, Recchych, Recich [co. Somerset], forest, bucks in, 93, 423. timber in, 334.

Netherworston. See Wroughton.

Netherwent. See Monmouth.

Netley, Locum Sancti Edwardi, Lattele [co. Southampton], abbey, 24.

-, Robert, abbot of, 24.

-, Richard, appointed abbot, 24.

-, -, tallage for, 129, 298.

Neubotl. See Newbottle.

Neuham, Richard de, 168.

Neuport Paynel. See Newport.

Neusun. See Newhouse.

Neuton. See Newington.

Neuton, Robert de, 734.

-, Saer de, 468.

Neuuenton. See Newton.

Nevers, Enevers [France], count of, 487.

Nevill, Neyvill, Neuvill, Eustace de, 495.

-, Geoffrey de, 18, 390, 457.

-, Giles de, 495.

-, Hugh de, 78.

-, -, mandate to, 158, 192, 478, 497.

-, -, gifts to, 2112, 423.

-, John de, 293, 457.

-, Jollan de, 78.

-, -, John and Walter, his sons, 78.

-, Peter de, 173, 315, 405.

-, -, keeper of forests in Bucks and Bedford, 494.

-, -, gift to his wife, 113.

-, Robert de, keeper of Bamborough castle, 158, 193, 272, 275, 497.

-, -, ex-sheriff of Northumberland, 380.

-, -, justice of forest beyond Trent, mandates to, 399401, 405, 407, 4103, 4156, 4189, 421, 423, 448.

-, William de, 293.

Newark on Trent, Newerk [co. Nottingham], 82.

Newbottle, Neubotl [co. Durham], manor, 288.

Newburgh, de Novo Burgo [co. York], priory, 178.

-, gift to, 47.

Newcastle on Tyne, Novum Castrum [co. Northumberland], 1823, 440, 446, 4489.

Neweman, Ralph le, 402.

-, William le, of Steventon, 425.

Newenham. See Newnham.

Newenton. See Newington.

Newenton, Thomas, son of Roger de, 53.

Newenton, Nicholas de, 53.

Newerk. See Newark.

Newhouse, Neusun [co. Lincoln], abbot of, 483.

Newington, Neuton, Newenton [by Sittingbourne, co. Kent], 53, 482.

Newington, Neuton [next Hythe, co. Kent], manor, 24.

Newington Bagpath, Newenton [co. Gloucester], 424.

Newnham on Severn, Newenham [co. Gloucester], 469.

Newport Pagnall, Neuport Paynel [co. Buckingham], 188, 420.

Newton Valence, Neuuenton [co. Southampton], 329.

Neylaund. See Nayland.

Neyvill. See Nevill.

Nicholas, Ralph son of, 158.

-, Ralph, his son, 454.

-, Robert son of, 193, 498.

-, Roger son of, 422.

-, William son of, 484.

-, William son of, of Keythorpe, 156.

Nicholas, usher of the wardrobe 347.

-, mason, cementarius, 416.

-, clerk, 394.

-, chaplain, 425.

Nicholas, archdeacon of Ely, 407, 415, 417, 4634.

Nicholas, Nicholaz, Bernard, of Cahors, 61, 178, 483.

Nigel, John son of, keeper of Bernwood forest, 366, 417.

Nivele, Henry de, 259.

Nocton, Richard de, 416.

Noel, Ralph, 107.

-, William, his grandson, 107.

Norays, John le, 214.

Noreys, Richard le, the queen's servant, 12, 438.

-, -, Agnes, his wife, 12.

Noreyse, Emma la, 12.

Norfolk, Norf, earl of. See Bigod.

-, escheator in. See Berry.

-, coroners in, 58, 93. See Ages; Butler.

-, whale stranded in, 478.

-, justices in eyre in, 143, 172, 386.

-, prisoners on bail in, 18, 29, 33, 38, 73, 99, 114, 311, 324, 328, 361, 370, 374, 396.

Norhampt, Norhampton, Geoffrey de, 164, 4767.

-, John de, monk of Lewes, 43, 45, 51, 3112.

Norman, Henry, 70.

Normand, Richard le, king's carter, 89, 137.

Normandy, Normannia, 85, 439.

Normanvill, Thomas de, 499.

Normaunt, Normaund, Herlewin le, sergeant at arms at Windsor, gifts to, 100, 326, 345.

-, -, his wife, gift to, 124.

Nortden, Nicholas de, 477.

-, -, Agnes, his wife, 477.

-, -, Elyas, his son, 477.

Northallerton, Alverton [co. York], hospital of, 2123.

Northampton, Norhampton, 131, 438, 503.

-, castle, 89.

-, -, walls of, to be repaired, 289.

-, Jews at, 372.

-, fair at, 452, 4578.

-, wines at, 113, 405.

-, assizes at, 25.

-, Preaching Friars, 65, 435.

-, St. Benedict's hospital, 291.

-, park, bucks in, 78, 312, 350.

-, county, sheriff of. See Zuche.

-, justices in eyre in, 25, 143, 405, 474.

-, -, prisoners on bail in, 350.

-, -, justices of forest pleas, 312.

-, forests, tithes of venison in, 418; and see Geddington, Kingscliffe, Rockingham, Salcey, Silverstone, Whittlewood.

Northperton. See Petherton.

Northumberland, sheriff of. See Gesemuth, Nevill.

Northwold, Hugh de, ex-bishop of Ely, 464.

Norton Bauzan, Norton [co. Devon], 210.

Norton [co. Northampton], 503.

Norton, 155.

Norton. See Chipping Norton.

Norton, Richard de, 155.

-, Richard de, of Woodstock, 320.

-, Robert de, 470.

-, William de, 155.

Nortparc [East Riding, co. York], 97.

Norwich, Norwic [co. Norfolk], 203.

-, castle, 442.

-, Jews at, 321, 370, 386.

-, prison, 29, 99, 114, 311, 324, 328, 338, 361, 370, 374, 386, 396.

-, prior of, 162, 483.

-, bishop of. See Wauton.

-, see of, 171.

Norwico, Norwic, Norwich, Henry de, the king's servant, 234, 495.

-, Hugh de, estate of, 491.

-, John de, converted Jew, 373. Cf. Conversus.

-, Philip de, 203.

Note, Robert, of Hadstone, 361.

Noteburn, John de, 129.

Notingh, Not'. See Nottingham.

Notingham, William de, clerk, 51.

Notley, White, Alba Notelegh [co. Essex], 386.

-, Ralph, rector of, 179, 386.

Nottingham, Notingh, Not', 238.

-, castle, 359.

-, Jews at, 372.

-, Friars minor of, 326, 3589.

-, prison at, 82.

-, wines at, 297, 387.

-, county, escheator in, 10.

-, -, coroners in, 53.

-, -, prisoners on bail in, 82.

-, forest, bucks in, 364. and see Sherwood.

Novo Burgo. See Newburgh.

Novo Burgo, Henry de, 192, 253, 497.

Novo Mercato, Adam de, 193, 498.

Novum Castrum. See Newcastle.

Noyon, Noyun [Aisne], letters close dated at, 235, 270.

Nutsted, Adam de, 186.

Nymet, Alan de, gift to, 73.

-, Walter de, 495.

O

Oakham, Ockeham, Okeham [co. Rutland], prison, 35.

-, grange at, 81.

Oare, Ore [co. Wilts], 202.

Ockendon, Wokindon [co. Essex], 162.

-, Michael, parson of, 162.

Ockill, William, 163.

Oddingsel, Oddingzeles, Oddingesel, William de, 192, 391, 411, 497.

Odo, the king's carpenter, 68. 321.

-, gift to, 416.

Offences:
-, forgery of money, 16, 578, 303.
-, harbouring of felons, 16, 145, 170, 248, 372, 409, 420.
-, robbery, 30, 41920.

-, of church, 425.
-, larceny, 70, 248, 359, 409.
-, escape of felon, 96, 242, 3423, 350, 373, 378, 388, 444.
-, wounding, 107.
-, murder, 150.
-, housebreaking, 248.
-, association with malefactors, 272.
-, theft, 319.

Ofham, Simon de, the king's chaplain, 325.

Okefeld. See Uckfield.

Okeham. See Oakham.

Okinhill, Hamo de, 38.

Oleran, Reymond de, 230.

Oliver, Martin son of, 478.

Olkynsted. See Walkhamstead.

Olneye, Robert de, prior of St. Frideswide's, Oxford, 945.

Omnibus Sanctis, Roger de, 200.

Ongar, High, Alta Angr'. [co. Essex], 161.

-, rector of. See Rudham.

O'Niell, Brian, Bren Onel, 64.

Ore. See Oare.

Ore, 456.

Oreford, William de, 197.

Orford, Oreford [co. Suffolk], 238.

Ornaments:
-, capes with broader orphreys, 63.
-, gift of gold chalice, 94.
-, precious stones and cameos for King Edward's shrine, 223.
-, gold offered at shrine, 243, 258.
-, two samites, offering of, 258.
-, two silver thuribles, 313.
-, a beautiful jewel, 314.

Osney, Osneye, Osn [co. Oxford], abbot of, 499.

-, -, gifts to, 320, 329.

Ospringe, Ospreng' [co. Kent], 7.

Oswardbeck, Hosewaldebek [co. Nottingham], manor, 73.

Oswestry, Album Monasterium [co. Salop], castle, 173.

Otel. See Otley.

Oteleye, Otteleye, Arnold de, 31.

-, Richard de, 31.

Otes, Robert de, merchant of London, 328.

Otley, Otel [co. Suffolk], manor, 470.

Oto, William son of, 173.

Ottaviano, lord. See Rome.

Ottringebir, Nicholas de, 264.

Oulton. See Alton.

Ouse, Usa, river [co. York], stake nets in, 42.

Ouston. See Owston.

Overeros, 480.

Owen or Howen ap Maddoc, 4, 310.

Owen ap Meurich, 4.

Owston, Ouston [co. Lincoln], 1789, 199.

Oxford, Oxonia, Oxon, 59, 67, 154, 159, 238, 317, 445.

-, letters close dated at, 320.

-, University, chancellor of, 3601.

-, scholars at, 9, 297.

-, merchants of, 206.

-, burgesses of, 289, 356, 384.

Oxford, Jews of, 360.

-, castle, 21, 361, 430, 490.

-, prison at, 30, 32, 35, 69, 343, 459.

-, houses repaired at, 64.

-, parliament at, 1425, 305.

-, tallage in, 353.

-, archdeacon of, 279, 437.

-, Preaching Friars at, 320.

-, Friars minor at, 320.

-, Carmelite friars at, 316.

-, St. Frideswide's Priory, 945, 154, 320, 329, 353.

-, -, prior of. See Olneye, Weston.

-, St. John's hospital without, master and brethren, gifts to, 29, 64, 105, 1689.

-, amercements of their men, 169, 376.

-, -, pardon to, 331.

-, county, earl of. See Vere.

-, -, sheriff of. See Foliot, Hanrade.

-, -, justices in eyre in, 26, 1434, 335, 343, 367, 376, 392, 4514, 463, 470, 479.

-, -, prisoners on bail in, 32, 35, 334, 343.

-, -, justices of forest pleas, 79, 289, 31920, 324, 449.

-, -, forests in. See Shotover and Wychwood.

Oxonia, John de, monk of Abingdon, 318.

Oyssudebrig, Richard de, and Robert, his brother, 360.

Oystregate. See London, places.