Index D-K

Calendar of State Papers Domestic: James I, 1603-1610. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1857.

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'Index D-K', in Calendar of State Papers Domestic: James I, 1603-1610, (London, 1857) pp. 695-721. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/cal-state-papers/domestic/jas1/1603-10/pp695-721 [accessed 24 April 2024]

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D, Mr.

Dacombe, John

Dacre, Avice
-, Ann
-, Elizabeth
-, Frances
-, Francis, titular Lord Dacre

Dacre, (or Dacres,) George, Lord, (of Gillesland,)
-, Randal
-, Thomas Lord, see Ficnnes.
-, William Lord, of Gillesland
-, barony of

Dacres, John

Dakins, William

Dalby, Thomas

Dale, Thomas
-, William
-, Captain

Dalkeith

Dallison, Sir Roger, Lieutenant of Ordnance
-, grants to

Dalston, Sir George
-, Sir John

Dalton, Edward
-, Robert

Damport, William

Danby

Danby, Christopher

Daneaster, Griffin

Daniell, Francis

Danson, John

Danton

Dantzic
-, College

Danvers, Sir Charles
-, Henry Lord, President of Munster

Danyell, Jane
-, John
-, John, (of Yorkshire,)
-, Samuel

Darby, Edward

Darcy, Sir Francis
-, John Lord
-, Thomas Lord
-, see Garnet.

Darell, James
-, Sir Marmaduke
-, Sampson

Darley, Francis

Darling, -

Darnell, Sir Thomas

Darnley, Henry Lord, see Stuart.

Darrell, George

Darren, the

Dartford

Dartmoor Forest

Dartmouth

Darwin, Edward

Daston, Richard

Davenant, John

Davenport, Randal

Daventry

Davers, John

Davies, Edward
-, George
-, Griffin
-, Henry
-, John, (pauper,)
-, John
-, Sir John
-, Joshua
-, Roger
-, William

Daville, Ralph

Davis, Sir John
-, Robert

Davison, John
-, Michael
-, Robert
-, Sir William, secretary of state

Davy, John

Dawes, Abraham

Dawney, Thomas

Dawson, Richard
-, Thomas

Day, William

Deakin, John

Deal
-, Castle

Dean
-, Forest of

Debateable lands, see Border lands.

Debts see Crown debts.

Decrowe, Brnjamin

Deddington

Deeble, Nicholas

Dee, John

Dee River

Deene

Deer see James I., deer of.

Deering, Mr.

Delabere, Richard

Delavale, Claudius
-, Sir Roger

De la Warr, Lord, see West.

Delves, George

Den, Thomas

Denbighshire, lands and places in
-, offices in
-, residents in

Denization, grants of, see Scots, denization of.

Denman, William

Denmark and Danes

Denmark, Ambassadors of, see Charisius, Jonas.
-, King of, see Christian IV.

Denning, John

Dennorwick

Denny, Sir Edward, Lord Denny
-, Honor, see Hay, Lady.

Dennys, (recusant,)

Dent, Anthony
-, Catherine
-, Robert

Denton

Denton, Sir Thomas
-, Mr.

Dennys, Thomas
-, Sir Thomas, letters of, to Salisbury

Depopulations

Deptford, Kent
-, Strond

Derby, Earl of, see Stanley, Ferdinando, and William.

Derbyshire, grants of lands in
-, lands and places in
-, receivers of
-, recusants in
-, sheriffs of

Derham, Robert

Derickson, Captain

Deroquigni, Adrian

Derry, Bishop of, see Montgomery, George.

Derwen Vawr

Dethe, Anthony

Dethick, Henry
-, Sir William, Garter King

Deux-ponts, John II., Duke of

Develish

Devereux, Frances, Countess of Essex, see also Burgh, De.
-, Robert, 2nd Earl of Essex
-, Robert, 3rd Earl of Essex
-, Wat.

Devon, Vice-Admiral of

Devonshire
-, grants of lands in
-, lands and places in
-, officers in
-, receivers of
-, recusants in
-, residents in
-, tin and tinners in
-, Earl of, see Blount, Charles.

Dewhurst, Captain Barnaby
-, Thomas

Dey, Richard

Dias, Anthony

Dick, Thomas

Dickason, see Douglas, Nicholas.

Dicke, Michael

Dickenson, John
-, Thomas

Dieppe

Diet, Anthony

Digby
-, Sir Everard
-, letters of
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, examinations of
-, servants of
-, James
-, John
-, Sir John
-, Mary Lady
-, Sir Robert
-, Rowland
-, Simon
-, Susan
-, Thomas

Diggens, Nicholas

Digges, Dudley

Diggle, Edmund

Dike, Richard

Dimples, the

Dingle, Nicholas

Dingley, Francis

Dimock, see Dymock.

Dinorben Vawr

Dirleton

Discourses

Dispatches, see Posts.

Ditchley

Dithey, William

Dithoure

Ditton house and park

Dives, Sir John

Dixe, Sir Wulstan

Dixon, Thomas
-, scrivener

Dobbes, --

Dobbinson, Ralph

Dobson, Robert
-, William

Docwra, Thomas
-, letters of, to Cecil

Dodd, Edward
-, Dr. Roger, Bishop of Meath
-, Thomas

Doddenham

Dodderidge, John
-, Sir John, Solicitor-General

Dodderston Grange

Dodford

Dodswell, Anthony

Dodsworth, Anthony
-, Richard
-, Silvester
-, Thomas
-, Mr.

Dogget, Captain Edmund
-, William

Doilie, Cox

Dolle, John

Dollman, Sir Robert

Dolman, William

Domingo, Dr. Jacob, a German

Doncaster

Doncastle, Griffith

Donne, John

Donster, Richard

Donton

Dorchester gaol

Dormer, Anthony
-, Sir John
-, Sir Michael
-, Robert
-, Sir Robert
-, Lady

Dorrington, Francis
-, John
-, William
-, Sir William

Dorsbury

Dorset, Earl of, see Sackville.

Dorset House

Dorsetshire
-, grants of lands in
-, lieutenants in
-, lands and places in
-, receivers in
-, recusants in
-, residents in
-, sheriffs of

Dotting (scholar)

Douay
-, College

Doubleday, Edmund

Doughty, Edward
-, John
-, John (late)

Douglas
-, Alexander
-, George
-, Sir George
-, James
-, Sir James
-, Nicholas, alias Dickason
-, Robert
-, Thomas

Douglas, William, Earl of Angus
-, Mr.

Dove, Mrs
-, Thomas, Bishop of Peterborough

Dover
-, haven
-, letters from
-, mayor of
-, passage at
-, pier
-, water-bailiff of
-, Castle
-, constable of
-, lieutenants of, see Fane, Sir Thomas, and Waller, Sir Thomas.

Dowell, James

Dowgate

Dowlies, George

Downam, Dr. George

Downe, Nicholas

Downe Barton

Downes, Andrew
-, Humphrey
-, Lawrence

Downing, alias Tailor, --

Downs, the

Dowood Grange

Dragwell Rents

Drake, Francis
-, Sir Francis
-, John
-, Richard
-, Robert
-, Thomas

Drakelow

Drama, masques, and plays, see also Anne, Queen, and Henry, Prince, masques of.

Draperies, see Cloth.

Draycot
-, Cerne

Draycot, John

Drayton

Drayton, William

Drew, Sir Daniel
-, John

Driffield

Droeshout, Martin

Droitwich

Drummond, David
-, James, Earl of Perth
-, Lady Jane
-, Joan
-, John
-, Sir John
-, William

Drury, Sir Drew

Drury, Henry
-, Dr. John
-, Robert
-, Sir Robert
-, Thomas
-, Sir William
-, see Stansby.

Dryden, Erasmus

Dublin
-, Castle

Duchy, the, see Lancaster, Duchy of.
-, House

Duck, Thomas
-, William
-, William, jun.

Ducket, Francis
-, John
-, Nathaniel
-, Roger

Duckett, priest

Dudley, Alice, Lady
-, Ambrose
-, Ambrose, Earl of Warwick
-, Ann, Countess of Warwick
-, John
-, John, Duke of Northumberland
-, Robert, Earl of Leicester
-, Lettice, Countess of Leicester
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Sir Robert
-, mistress of, see Southwell.
-, Thomas
-, Lord, see Sutton.

Dudley Castle

Duffield

Duffield, Captain John

Dukman, Walter

Dulas

Dull, Edmund

Dummer

Dumper, Richard

Dun, see Dunn.

Dunbar, Earl, see Hume.

Duncame, James

Dunce, Thomas

Dunche, Mary

Dunchurch

Duncomb, Richard

Dundalk

Dundee

Dunfermline
-, Earl of, see Seaton, Alexander.

Dungan, Richard

Dunhead

Dunkirkers
-, ships of

Dunmow

Dunn, or Dun, Sir Daniel
-, Thomas

Dunstaburgh

Dunstar, John

Dunston

Dunston, John

Duntish

Duport, Dr. John

Duppa, Jeffrey

Duras

Durham, city
-, alms-rooms in
-, gaol
-, letters from
-, Bishop of, see Hutton, Matthew; James.
-, cathedral
-, Chancellor of
-, Dean and Chapter of
-, diocese
-, prebend of
-, county of
-, grants of lands in
-, lands and places in
-, recusants in
-, residents in
-, county palatine of

Durham house

Durham, Richard

Dursley

Dusseldorf

Duston

Dutch, see also Hollanders; Germans.

Dutch strangers in England

Duties, see Customs.

Dutton, John
-, Sir John
-, Sir Thomas
-, William

Dwinford, William

Dyeing and Dyers

Dyeing woods, customs on, see also Brazil wood.

Dyer, Sir Edward
-, Henry
-, Richard
-, Walter
-, Sir William

Dymock, Sir Edward

E-- B--

Eaglesay

Earbery, Anthony

Eardley

Earebury

Earl, Augustine

Earl Marshal, Commissioners for the office of
-, court of

Earl's Colne

Earle, Vincent

Earth, Joseph

East, merchants in, see also Russia merchants.

East Beare, forest

East Bedfont
-, Chirton
-, Greenwich
-, Grimstead
-, Ilsley
-, India Company
-, trade
-, Indies
-, Lulworth; see Lulworth.
-, Retford
-, Thickley
-, Wickham
-, Witton

East, Thomas

Eastcole

Eastencaul

Eastergate

Eastholt

Easton-neston

Eastwell

Eaton, Geoffrey
-, John

Ebrington

Ebrington, Margaret

Ecclesiastical benefices
-, causes
-, causes, commissions in
-, causes, officers in
-, courts

Echard, Christopher

Echelford

Ecop, William

Eden, Philip

Edes, Dr. Richard, Dean of Worcester

Edgar, Eleazar
-, Ezekiel

Edgar, Joseph

Edgecott

Edgin, Thomas

Edinburgh
-, Castle
-, letters from
-, plague in

Edmondes, Clement
-, Edward
-, Henry
-, Thomas, French secretary, Sir Thomas
-, grants to
-, letters of, to Cecil
-, letters to
-, Lady

Edmondsey

Edsforth

Edward III., of England

Edward VI. of England

Edward, the Black Prince

Edward, Richard

Edwards, David
-, Henry
-, Hugh
-, John
-, William

Effingham, Earl of, see Howard, William.

Egerton, Edward
-, Sir John
-, Sir Thomas, Lord Chancellor, Earl of Ellesmere
-, commissions to
-, grants to
-, letters of
-, letters of, to Cecil
-, letters to
-, letters to, see James I., letters of.
-, petition to
-, reference to
-, speeches of
-, warrants to

Egerton, Alice, Countess of Ellesmere
-, Lady Frances

Egglestone

Egiock, Francis, Sir Francis

Eglionby, Dr., (minister)

Eland, George

Elbing

Eldred, John
-, as contractor for lands

Eldrich, Tristram

Electors, Imperial
-, Palatine, see Frederic V.

Elemosynars-Barnes

Elizabeth, Queen of England
-, illness and death of
-, funeral and tomb of
-, debts to
-, events in reign of
-, grants of

Elizabeth, Queen, officers and servants of

Elizabeth of York, Queen of Henry VII. of England

Elizabeth, Princess
-, apparel and jewels of
-, gifts to, see James I., gifts of.
-, officers and servants of

Ellesmere, Lord, see Egerton.

Elletts, Francis

Ellicor, Robert

Elliot, John
-, Robert
-, Thomas

Elliott, Robert
-, Sir Thomas

Ellis, Andrew
-, Hugh
-, John
-, Mary
-, Philip
-, Richard
-, Susan
-, William

Ellmol

Ellwald, William

Ellynet, William

Elm

Elmes, Thomas

Elmhurst, Roger

Elmsett

Elnborough

Elphinstone, Alexander Lord
-, Sir George
-, Sir James
-, Sir James, Lord Balmerinoch
-, letters of, to Cecil
-, trial of
-, John, (clerk)
-, John, (Queen's Usher)

Elsdon

Elsholt

Elsing, Henry

Elsley, Walter

Elston, Thomas

Eltham
-, Park
-, game at

Eltoft, Thomas

Elvaston, John

Elvish, Thomas

Elvyn, Dr.

Elwes, Henry

Elworthy

Ely
-, alms-room in
-, Bishop of, see Heton, Andrews.
-, Dean of, see Tindall, Humphrey.
-, Dean and Chapter of
-, deanery of
-, diocese of

Ely, Isle of

Ely house, Holborn

Ely, Robert

Embalming of the dead

Emden, Count of

Emerson, Dorothy
-, Thomas

Emley

Emperor, see Rodolph II.

Empson, Avis
-, John

Enborne

Encroached lands, see Crown lands.

Enderby

Enfield
-, letters from
-, Chance, see also Whitewebbs.
-, house

Engelbert, William

England

England, ambassadors of, see Albert, France, Holland, Spain, and Venice, Ambassadors to.
-, arms and flag of
-, coasts of
-, headlands of, see England, ports of.
-, Jesuits in
-, manufactures in
-, merchants of
-, offices in
-, plague in
-, ports and headlands of
-, priests in
-, residents in
-, recusants in
-, subjects of
-, trade of
-, union of, with Scotland, see Union.
-, visitors to

Engleby, John

Englefield, Sir Francis
-, Margaret

English

English troops

English, David

Enshall

Ensworth, Eleanor

Entail and entailed lands, see Crown lands.

Eppleworth wood

Epsley, Mr.

Equivocation, Book of, see Books.

Erbury, see Earebury.

Erdiswick, Walter

Erith

Erle, Robert

Errington, Anthony
-, Robert
-, Roger

Errol
-, Earl of, see Hay.

Erskine, George, Sir George
-, James, Sir James
-, John, Lord
-, Robert
-, Sir Thomas, Lord Dirleton, Viscount Fenton
-, grants to
-, letter of, to Salisbury
-, letter to
-, Elizabeth, Viscountess Fenton
-, William

Escheated lands, see Crown lands.

Esher

Esk river

Eskott, George

Essendon

Essex, county of
-, grants of lands in
-, lands and places in
-, Lieutenants, Justices, &c., of
-, receivers in
-, recusants in
-, residents in

Essex house
-, letters dated from

Essex, Earl and Countess of, see Devereux.
-, William

Estcombe, see Nethercombe.

Estcourt, Sir Edward

Estcourt, George (alias Willis)
-, Sir Thomas

Estmassey

Eston, (pirate)

Eston at le Mount

Eston Lodge

Estritton

Etal

Etherington

Eton, letters from
-, Court at
-, College
-, Provost of, see Savile, Sir Henry.
-, letters to, see James I., letters of.

Eure, Sir Francis
-, Ralph Lord, President of Wales, see Wales, President and Council of.
-, Ralph Lord, letters of
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, letters to
-, Sir William

Europe

Eusden, John

Evans, Ambrose
-, David
-, Erasmus.

Evans, John
-, Richard
-, Roger
-, Thomas.

Evat, Mr., (minister)

Eveleigh, John

Evelyn, George
-, John
-, Robert
-, Thomas

Everard, John

Evesham

Evreux, Cardinal

Ewbanks, Henry

Ewell

Ewelme
-, alms-rooms in
-, hospital of

Ewens, Ralph, Auditor of the Queen
-, letters of, to Cecil

Ewer, Edward

Eworth

Exchange, Royal

Exchange, see Coin.

Exchequer
-, Auditors in
-, Barons of
-, bills and suits in
-, bonds in
-, Chamber
-, Chamberlain of
-, Chancellors of, see Hume, Sir George; Cæsar, Sir Julius.
-, Chief Barons of, see Periam, Sir William; Fleming, Sir Thomas: Tanfield, Sir Lawrence.
-, debts from and to
-, King's Remembrancer of, see Fanshaw, Sir Henry.
-, office of
-, lands
-, grants of
-, Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer of, see Osborne, John.
-, messenger and door-keepers of
-, officers of
-, payments into

Exchequer, payments from
-, petitions to
-, receivers of
-, records of
-, tellers of
-, warrants to

Excommunication

Exe, River

Exeter
-, letters from
-, Mayor of, letters to Cecil
-, Bishop of, see Cotton.
-, Dean and Chapter of
-, diocese of
-, Earl of, see Cecil, Thomas.
-, earldom of

Exeter house

Exton

Eye

Eyer, Margery

Eynesford

Eynesham monastery

Eynon, Henry
-, Lewis

Eysey

F-, J-

Fabian, John

Faccombe

Faculties, Clerk of

Fairfax, Sir Charles
-, Sir Thomas
-, priest, see Fisher.

Fakenhurst

Falconbridge, William

Falconry, see also James I,, falconers, &c.

Falkland

Fall, John

Falmer

Falmouth
-, Castle

Fane, Sir Francis
-, Mary, Lady Despencer
-, Sir Thomas, Deputy Warden of Cinque Ports, Lieutenant of Dover Castle
-, letters of, to Salisbury

Fanshaw, Sir Henry, King's remembrancer of the exchequer
-, John
-, Sir Thomas
-, William
-, Lady

Farleigh
-, Wallop

Farley

Farley, Mr.

Farmer, Richard
-, Simon
-, Father, see Garnet.

Farmor, John

Farn island

Farnham
-, Castle, Parks, and Chaces

Farr, Henry

Farrant, Daniel

Farringdon, Ann
-, William

Farrington, Hugh

Faukes, Guy
-, confessions and declarations of
-, examinations of
-, mother of

Faulkoner, Stephen

Faunt, Nicholas

Fauntleroy, William

Fausley

Faversham

Fawcett, Edward

Fawkes, see Faukes.
-, Mr.

Fawley

Fawne, William

Fayal island

Fees and wages, lists of

Felbridge

Felley Priory

Fells, William

Felton, Sir Anthony
-, Thomas

Fenner, Sir Edward, Justice of King's Bench
-, Sir Richard

Fens, the

Fenton

Fenton, Viscount, see Erskine.
-, Edward
-, James
-, Dr. Roger

Fenwick, John, Sir John
-, Randall
-, Roger
-, William
-, Sir William

Ferabosco, Alphonso

Feria, (Jane Dormer,) Duchess of

Ferkin, Abraham

Fermery, Robert

Fermor, Sir George
-, Lady
-, Robert

Ferne, Sir John

Ferrand, Dr.

Ferrers, Ann
-, Edward
-, Henry
-, John
-, Sir John
-, Richard
-, Thomas
-, Walter
-, William

Ferris, Francis

Ferrour, John

Ferrybridge

Ferrys, Anthony

Fesham

Fetherston, Ralph

Fettiplace, Alexander

Field, Edward
-, Dr. Richard, Dean of Gloucester
-, Thomas

Fielder, Henry

Fielding, Edward

Fiennes, Sir Henry
-, Richard, Lord Saye and Seale
-, Thomas, Lord Dacre

Fifield

Fifteenths, see Tithes.

Filey

Finch, Sir Moyle
-, Moyle
-, Richard
-, Samuel
-, Thomas

Finchampstead

Fines and forfeitures
-, clerks and receivers of
-, composition for
-, grants of
-, remission of

Fines, Irish

Fineshade

Fingry

Finkley Walk

Firle

First fruits
-, composition for

First fruits, instalments of
-, receivers for
-, remembrancer of
-, remission of

Fish, John
-, Walter
-, Mrs.

Fish, fishing, and fishermen

Fish, tribute on

Fishmongers' Company; see London, Companies of.

Fisher, Henry
-, James
-, John
-, Captain John
-, Thomas
-, John, alias Fairfax, alias Percy, alias Pierce, priest

Fishington, William

Fitch, Lady

Fittleton

Fitton, Edward

Fitzgarrett, Captain

Fitzgerald, Captain Edward
-, Richard

Fitzherbert, Anthony
-, Nicholas
-, Richard
-, Thomas
-, Mr.

Fitzjames, priest
-, Thomas

Fitzpain Okeford

Fitzwalter, Thomas Lord

Fitzwilliam, William

Fitzwilliams, Sir George
-, John, letters of, to Salisbury
-, or, Fitzwilliam, Sir William

Flampstead

Flanders, see also Low Countries.
-, merchants in
-, Regent of, see Albert, Archduke.
-, trade in
-, treaty of, with Holland

Flasket, John

Flecton, Robert

Fleet, Lincoln

Fleet, the, see Navy.

Fleet, prison
-, prisoners in
-, warden of
-, John, alias Walsgrove

Fleetwood, Sir George
-, Henry

Fleetwood, Sir Miles
-, Richard
-, Thomas
-, William
-, Sir William

Fleming, Sir Thomas, Solicitor-General, Chief Baron of Exchequer, Lord Chief Justice of King's Bench
-, letters to, see James I., letters of.
-, Thomas

Flemings

Flere, Anthony

Fletcher, Robert

Fleury, Charles

Flight, John

Flint, Humphrey

Flint, County Palatine of

Flint Castle

Flintshire

Flitcham

Florence and Florentines

Florio, Giovanni

Flour, see Corn.

Flower, John

Flowton

Floyd, Lodovick

Floyer, Anne

Fludd, Henry
-, Humphrey
-, John

Flushing

Fokingham

Foliambe, Hercules

Folkstone

Folliat, Edward

Folliott, Sir John

Folly John Park, Windsor Forest

Fontenay, Count

Fookes, (widow,)

Foord, Walter

Foorth, William

Footyet, Richard

Forbench, Richard

Forces, paymaster of, see Wright, Richard.

Ford

Foreigners, see Aliens.

Forest, Anthony, letters of, to Cecil, Sir Anthony

Forest, Sieur de la, see Verton.

Forests, see Woods.

Forhome

Formeby, William

Forsett, Edward

Forstall, Jethro

Forster, Giles

Forster, Giles, jun.
-, John
-, Julian
-, Thomas

Fortescue, Elizabeth
-, Sir Francis
-, John
-, Sir John, Master of the Wardrobe, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster
-, warrants to
-, Nicholas
-, Thomas
-, Sir William
-, Mr.
-, Mr., (of Warwickshire)

Forthampton

Fortun, Agnes

Forty, Charles

Foster, Nicholas
-, Thomas
-, Sir William
-, Jesuit
-, (recusant,)

Fotherby, Charles, Archdeacon of Canterbury
-, Mr.

Fotheringay

Fotherley, T.

Fougli, Alexander

Fouke, John

Foulthrop, Edward

Fountaine, Martin
-, Thomas

Fountains Abbey

Fountayne, Mr.

Fourre, Paul

Fowes, John
-, William

Fowkes, John
-, Sir Henry

Fowks, Sir Bartholomew

Fowle, Matthias

Fowler, Edward
-, Henry
-, Moses
-, Richard
-, Sir Thomas
-, William

Fowlies, David, Sir David

Fowlis, Alphonso

Fox, Charles
-, Francis
-, Henry
-, Humphrey

Foxall, William

Foxholes

Foxley

Foxon, Henry

Foxwell, (recusant,)

Frampton, Charles
-, Robert
-, William

France
-, ambassadors of, see also Beaumont, Boderie, Rosny.
-, ambassadors to, see also Parry, Sir Thomas; Carew, Sir George.
-, church of
-, constable of, see Montmorenci.
-, court of
-, King of, see Henry IV.
-, merchants of
-, prince born in
-, relation of, to Scotland
-, Scotch guard in
-, Scots in
-, trade with
-, treaty of, with England
-, vessels of
-, visitors to
-, wines of

Franceschi, Colonel Jaques, or Giacomo de
-, Tomasio de

Franchetti, Sigismund

Francis, Edward
-, Sir Edward
-, Elizabeth
-, John
-, William

Franciscans, Superior of, see Harrington, -.

Franck, Robert

Frankenthal, burgrave of

Frankland, Joyce
-, William

Franklin, George
-, Henry
-, Richard

Frany, William

Freake, Edmund
-, John

Frederic V., Count Palatine

Frederico, Giovanni Antonio

Freed, John

Freeman, Charles
-, Sir Francis
-, John
-, Martin
-, Ralph
-, William
-, see Spiller.

Freemantle Park

Freemasons

Freeston, Mary

Freke, Thomas

Fremington

French

French church in London

French edict

Freshville, Sir Peter

Freville, Sir George
-, letters of, to Salisbury

Freysarde, -

Freyson

Frith and Bird's Nest

Frobisher, Peter

Frodsham

Frome-Selwood

Fromond, Bartholomew

Frost, Catherine

Fryar, Francis

Fryer, Leonard
-, William

Fryser or Frisar, Ingram

Fuentes, Conde de

Fulbourn

Fulbrook Park

Fulham

Fuliambe, Joan

Fuller, Ambrose
-, Nicholas
-, Richard, see Johnson.
-, Mr.

Fullerton, Sir James

Fullingmill meads

Fulmer

Fulmodeston

Fulnetby, Robert

Fulwer, Nathaniel
-, letters of, to Salisbury

Fulwood, Sir George
-, Richard, (priest)

Funerals

Furnes, monastery

Furtado, friar

Fustians

Fyvie, Lord, see Seaton, Alexander.

G-- M--

Gaddesden, Thomas

Gage, Edward
-, Edward, (recusant)
-, John
-, Mr.

Gainford wood

Gainsborough

Galbraith, Francis
-, James

Gall, or Gale, Francis
-, Guido

Galle Otes

Galley

Galloway, Patrick

Galtres, manor

Galtres Forest

Game, see James I., game, &c.

Gamston

Gamull, Thomas

Gardener, John
-, Sir Robert
-, William

Gardiner, Thomas
-, see Harryman.

Gardner, James
-, John

Gare Mill

Gargarran

Gargrave
-, Sir Richard
-, Thomas

Garland, Francis
-, Thomas

Garnet, Henry, alias Darcy, Farmer, Meaze, Walley, Superior of Jesuits in England
-, confessions and declarations, &c., of
-, examinations of
-, letters of
-, letters to
-, execution of
-, portrait of

Garniston, --

Garrat, Francis

Garrett, John
-, Sir John

Garston Hall

Garter King-at-arms, see Dethick, Segar.
-, chancellor of
-, knights of
-, order of

Gartertop

Garth, Christopher

Garthbullch

Gartra

Garvey, James
-, Neal

Garway

Garway, John
-, Thomas

Garway, William

Gascoigne, Sir William

Gascony

Gaskyn, Joel

Gatacre, Elizabeth

Gateacre, William

Gatehouse, Westminster
-, prisoners in
-, St. John's

Gater, Gavin

Gates, Mary

Gawdy, Sir Francis, Justice of King's Bench
-, Sir Henry

Gawen, Catherine
-, Walter

Gawsell, Robert

Gawsworth

Gay, John

Gaylard, Ellis

Gayer Milne

Gayer, Mr.

Gaywood

Geale, Richard

Geddington
-, wood

Gedney

Gee, Sir William
-, William

Geere, Michael
-, William

Geffe, Nicholas

Geneva

Genge, Mr., (minister)

Genings, Ambrose

Genoa and Genoese

Gent, William

Gentilis, Dr. Albericus
-, Robert

Gentleman pensioners

Gentlemen-at-arms

George, Sir Arthur

German Union

Germans (Almains), see also Dutch.

Germany

Gerard, Gilbert, (?) Lord
-, Henry
-, John
-, John, alias Brooke, Lee, jesuit
-, letters of
-, Mary

Gerard, Sir Thomas
-, Thomas Lord
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, William

Gerard's Bromley

Gerini, Ottavio

Ghent

Gibb, Anthony
-, Henry
-, John, (groom)
-, John, (pauper)

Gibbins, Gideon

Gibbon, Lancaster

Gibbons, Thomas

Gibbridge, Richard

Gibbs, Henry

Gibson, alias Watson, Anthony
-, John
-, Richard
-, Robert
-, William
-, Dr.
-, (usurer)

Giffard, Nathaniel

Gifford, Elizabeth
-, Sir George
-, Henry
-, Humphrey
-, Richard
-, Sir Richard
-, Walter
-, Dr. William

Gilbert, Adrian
-, Sir John

Gilby, John

Giles, Nathaniel

Gill, Alexander
-, Francis
-, John
-, Ralph
-, Thomas

Gillesland

Gillett, Job
-, John

Gillingham

Gillot, Thomas

Gilsborough

Gimingham, or Gymingham

Girone, Ferdinand de, Spanish Ambassador

Gittons, John

Giuseppe, Simone

Gladdis, (servant)

Glamorganshire
-, judges and justices of
-, residents in

Glangrese Gill

Glanville, Richard

Glany, Owen

Glascock, Henry

Glaseover, Hugh

Glasgow, archbishopric of

Glass, John

Glaston

Gledthorpe, Grange

Glenham, Ann, Lady
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Sir Henry

Glen, John

Gloucester
-, alms-rooms in
-, gaol
-, mayor, &c. of
-, New Inn at
-, archdeaconry
-, bishop of, see Ravis, Parry.
-, bishopric
-, dean and chapter of
-, prebend

Gloucestershire
-, feodary of
-, grants of lands in
-, lands and places in
-, receivers in
-, recusants in
-, residents in
-, sheriffs of

Glover, Alexander
-, Richard
-, Thomas
-, Sir Thomas
-, William
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, --

Goad, Dr. Roger
-, letters of, to Salisbury

Goathurst

Goche, Barnaby
-, Margaret

God's house, Southampton

Goday, Juan de

Godby, John

Goddard, William

Goddington

Godley Corner, see Brill Hills.

Godmanchester

Godolphin

Godolphin, John
-, Sir Francis

Godolphin, Sir William
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Mr.

Godourus, William

Godsalve, Robert

Godwin, Francis, Bishop of Llandaff

Gofton, Francis, auditor

Gogirthan

Golborne

Gold

Gold and Silver

Golding, Peter

Goldsmith, William

Goldson, Robert

Gomeldon, William

Gomes, Francisco

Gooch, John

Gooche, Matthew

Good, John

Goodere, Henry
-, Sir Henry
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, William

Goodfellow, William

Goodlack, Mary

Goodlat, Robert

Goodman, Gabriel
-, Godfrey
-, John
-, Thomas

Goodrowse, William

Goodwin, Sir Francis
-, John, (minister)
-, John

Goolayton

Goosnargh

Gopsill, William

Gordon, George, Earl and Marquis of Huntley
-, George, Lord
-, John
-, John, dean of Salisbury
-, Robert

Gore, Richard
-, Walter

Gorges, Arthur
-, Sir Arthur
-, Sir Edward
-, Sir Ferdinando
-, Lady Helen, Marchioness of Northampton
-, Robert
-, Sir Thomas
-, grants to
-, letters of, to Salisbury

Gorges, Theobald

Gorhambury

Goring

Goring, Mr.

Gorsage, James

Gorse, George

Gorway, Robert

Gosberkirk

Gosling, or Gostling, Dr. John

Gosnold, Captain Robert

Gosport

Gosse, Mr.

Gostwick, William

Goteland

Gough, Thomas

Gowarth

Gower, Alexander
-, J.

Gowrie conspiracy

Gowrie, Earl, see Ruthven.

Grace Dieu Monastery

Gradsby

Grafton, Northamptonshire

Graham, George
-, Hutchins
-, John, alias Jock of the Pear tree
-, John, (surveyor)
-, Sir John
-, Lady
-, Richard, alias Jock Rychie
-, Robert
-, alias Rosetrees, William
-, Mr.

Grahams, and Greames, the

Grain, see Corn.

Graine, Sir John, (Grame or Graham)

Grammar Schools

Grand Duke, see Tuscany.

Grand Seignior, see Ahmed I.

Grange, Justice E.
-, John

Grange, the

Granger, John

Grant, Francis
-, Mrs.
-, John
-, letters to
-, John

Grant, river

Grantham

Grantham, Sir Thomas
-, William

Grave, William

Graveley

Graveley, Edward

Gravelines

Gravenor, John
-, Martha

Graves, Thomas

Gravesalls

Gravesend

Gray, Lady Catherine
-, Edward
-, Francis, alias Cooke
-, Dr. Hugh
-, Sir John
-, Patrick, master of, Lord Gray
-, letters of, to Cecil
-, Ralph
-, Sir Ralph
-, or Grey, Robert, see Douglas, Thomas.
-, William

Gray's Inn
-, letters from

Graye, John

Great Britain, see also James I., titles of.

Great Grimsby

Great Munden

Great Yarmouth, see Yarmouth.

Greaves, Thomas

Grecians

Green, Rook
-, Thomas
-, William

Green Cloth, Board of

Green Wax

Greenakers, Richard

Greene, Abraham
-, Giles
-, Henry
-, John, (King's coffer maker)
-, John, (minister)
-, John, (recusant)
-, Margery
-, Richard, (page)
-, Richard
-, Richard, (receiver)
-, Robert
-, William

Greener, Henry

Greenham

Greenhow

Greenhowe, Thomas

Greens Norton

Greenway, Oswald, alias Greenwell, Tesmond

Greenwell, see Greenway.

Greenwich
-, armoury at
-, letters, &c., from
-, park and gardens at
-, wardrobe at

Greenwood, John

Gregory, Arthur, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Valentine
-, William

Gresham, Sir Richard
-, Sir Thomas

Gresham college

Gresham's hall

Gresley, Sir Thomas

Gretna

Gretton Woods

Greville, Sir Edward
-, Sir Fulk, Treasurer of the Admiralty
-, letters of, to Salisbury

Grey, Henry Duke, of Suffolk
-, Frances, Duchess of Suffolk
-, Henry Lord, of Groby
-, Jane Sibilla Lady
-, Sir John
-, Thomas Lord, of Wilton
-, letters of, to James I.
-, Sir William de
-, see Moatford.

Greystocke

Griffen, Hugh

Griffin, Nicholas
-, Rice
-, Sir Rice
-, priest

Griffith, Edmund
-, Henry
-, John
-, Richard
-, William

Griggs, Augustine

Grimesdich, John

Grimeskirk

Grimeston, Christopher
-, Richard

Grimsby

Grimscot, imstone, Elizabeth
-, Elizabeth Lady

Grinstead

Grinwore

Grisby

Grisly, Mary

Groby

Grosse, Ezekiel

Grove, John
-, William

Grovelegh

Gryme, George

Guard, captains and yeomen of

Guevara, Henry

Guiana

Guildford
-, Park
-, Priory House

Guildford, Henry
-, Sir Henry

Guildhall

Guillim, John

Guillin, Thomas

Gunderrot, Sir Henri de (Gontheraut, Guntrode, or Guntreade)

Gunne, Thomas

Gunnersley

Gunns, Thomas

Gunpowder

Gunpowder Plot, papers bearing upon
-, Commissioners for
-, details of

Guns and gun makers, see also Arms.

Gunthorpe

Gurley, Frances
-, John

Gurlyn, Thomas

Gurnet, Richard

Guy, Piers

Gwarnick

Gweltesdale

Gwillin, John, pursuivant

Gwylliams, Thomas

Gwyn, Edward
-, Sir John
-, Roger
-, Mr., (recusant)
-, Mrs., (recusant)

Gwynn, John Lewes
-, Richard

Gwyon, David Lloyd

Gymingham, see Gimingham.

Gyve, Thomas

H--, G--, Signor

Hacheston, Mr.

Hackett, Mr.

Hacking, Lawrence

Hackney

Hadde, Matthew

Haddenham

Haddington, Viscount, see Ramsay, John.

Hadley

Hadsor, Richard

Haggatt, Bartholemew

Haggerstone

Haggerstone, Mr.

Hague, The, Commissioners at

Hagworthingham

Haia Park

Haigh, Mr.

Hailes

Hainault
-, lodge and walk

Haistenes, Matthew

Hakewill, William

Hale

Hale, Henry
-, Richard
-, Thomas, alias Jerome Price

Hales, Bartholomew
-, Sir Charles
-, Edward
-, Sir Nicholas
-, Robert

Halfheid, Henry

Halifax

Haling

Hall, Arthur
-, Edward, or Father, see Oldcorne.
-, Francis
-, George
-, John
-, Richard
-, Thomas, (server)
-, Thomas
-, Sir Nicholas
-, William, (of Penrith)
-, William, (of Leicester)
-, William, (of London)
-, William
-, Mr.

Halsey, John
-, William

Halton-Holgate

Ham, Jerome

Hambledon

Hambledon chace

Hamburgh

Hamerton, Richard

Hamfell

Hamilton, James
-, Thomas
-, Sir Thomas
-, priest

Hamly

Hamlyn, Michael

Hammond, Christopher
-, Dr. John
-, William
-, (jesuit), see Hart.

Hampden, Sir Edward

Hampshire
-, forests in
-, grants of lands in
-, lands and places in
-, offices in
-, receivers in
-, recusants in
-, residents in
-, sheriffs of

Hampstead

Hampton
-, Westmoreland

Hampton-in-Arden

Hampton, Richard
-, Thomas

Hampton Court
-, armoury at
-, chace at
-, game at
-, letters from
-, palace and gardens
-, wardrobe at

Hamworth

Hamworth park

Hanaper, comptrollers of
-, clerks of

Hanborough

Hanbury, Thomas

Handy, William

Hanley, Hugh
-, Richard

Hanley castle
-, walk

Hannaby

Hansby, Ralph

Hanse Towns

Hanslope

Hapsburg, Maria Magdalena of.

Harberhouse

Harborne, William

Harbottle
-, castle

Harcourt, Robert
-, Sir Walter
-, Mr.

Hardam, John

Hardelagh, see Harlech.

Harderet, Abraham
-, Jacob
-, Mar.
-, Nathaniel

Harding, Dr. John
-, John
-, Richard
-, Thomas

Hardingham

Hardwick, Bedfordshire
-, Gloucestershire

Hardwick, Francis

Hardy, Peter

Hare, Hugh
-, John, (clerk)
-, John, (member)
-, John, (merchant)
-, Michael
-, Nicholas
-, Sir Ralph
-, Mr.

Harecourt, Robert

Harenedar, John de, & Co.

Hareward, William

Harewood, John
-, William

Harfield

Harfleet, Sir Thomas

Haringay

Harington

Harkstow

Harlech, or Hardelagh
-, castle

Harlesewes

Harleton

Harley, Sir Robert
-, Thomas

Harlow, Thomas

Harman, Matthew

Harmon, William
-, Sir William

Harmondsworth

Harper, Alexander
-, George
-, John

Harpur, Henry
-, Humphrey
-, Sir John

Harriers, see James I., harriers of.

Harries, Thomas

Harrington, Arthur
-, Sir Edward
-, Isabel
-, John
-, Sir James
-, Sir John
-, John Lord
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, --, Superior of Franciscans

Harrington Week
-, Hants
-, Northamptonshire

Harringworth

Harris, Arthur
-, Christopher
-, Edward
-, Sir Francis
-, Henry
-, Honoria Lady
-, John
-, Lewis
-, Richard
-, Thomas, Serjeant
-, William
-, (pirate)

Harrison, Anthony
-, John
-, Richard
-, Thomas
-, Thomas, (of Norwich)
-, Wiliam

Harrowden

Harry, (prisoner)

Harryman, alias Gardiner, Robert

Harsnet, Dr. Samuel, Bishop of Chichester

Hart, Sir John
-, John
-, Nicholas, alias Hammond
-, Richard
-, Sir Percival

Harthurst

Hartington

Hartlebury

Hartley
-, Green

Hartside, Margaret

Hartwell

Harvey, Sir Gavin
-, Robert
-, Tristram
-, William
-, Mr., (surgeon)

Harvy, Sir George, Lieutenant of the Tower
-, letters of, to Cecil
-, Lady
-, Sir William

Harwich

Harwood

Haselbury-Bryan

Haselrigg, Thomas

Haslope

Hasselgrave, Robert

Hassell, Baptist

Hast, Henry

Hastings

Hastings, Catherine, Countess Dowager of Huntingdon
-, Sir Francis
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, George, 4th Earl of Huntingdon
-, Henry
-, Sir Henry
-, Henry, 5th Earl of Huntingdon
-, Elizabeth, Countess of Huntingdon
-, Robert

Hatch, Henry

Hatesbury Court

Hatfield
-, castle
-, house and park

Hatherton

Hatton

Hatton, Sir Christopher
-, Edward
-, John
-, William
-, Sir William
-, Lady, see Coke, Lady.

Haughton, Adam
-, Thomas

Hauksley

Haverford, West

Havering atte Bower, House and Park

Havers, Thomas

Havington

Haward, Thomas

Hawdon, Cuthbert

Hawft, T.

Hawkesworth, Robert

Hawkins, Alexander
-, John
-, Sir Richard
-, Robert
-, William

Hawkinson. John

Hawks and Hawking, see Falconry; James I., falconers.

Hawthorn, Gilbert
-, William

Hawthornden

Haxey, George

Hay and Straw

Hay, Alexander, Sir Alexander
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Alyson, Lady of Dunkerrant
-, Lady Anne
-, Francis, Earl of Errol
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, George
-, Sir George
-, Sir James, Lord Hay
-, grants to
-, payments to
-, letters of and to
-, Honor Lady
-, Lord James
-, Paul de la, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Peter
-, William

Haydock, Richard

Haydon, Michael
-, Robert
-, Mr.

Hayes, Captain Edward
-, John
-, Captain, Thomas
-, Sir Thomas
-, Thomas
-, Timothy
-, William

Hayman, Henry

Haynes, Richard

Hayton

Hayward, John
-, Timothy

Hazell, Henry

Headon
-, mayor of, letters to Salisbury

Healey, alias Vavasour, John

Heard, Nicholas

Heardon, Mr., (of Folkestone)

Hearne, Jeremiah

Heath, Robert
-, William
-, Mrs., (of Worcestershire)

Heathley Wood

Heaton, Ralph
-, William

Hechstetter, Daniel
-, Emanuel

Hedger, Elizabeth

Hedgman, Francis

Hedley, Thomas

Hedlond, Edmond
-, John

Hedworth, William

Heigham, Sir John

Hele, Sir Francis
-, Serjeant John
-, Sir Warwick

Heles, George

Helliar, William, Archdeacon of Barnstaple

Hellingley

Helmans, Charles

Helme, Thomas

Helpston

Helvoet Sluys

Helweth

Heming, Edward

Hemingham, Sir John

Hempholme

Hemsworth, George

Hender, John

Hendre

Hendred

Heneage House

Heneage, Michael
-, Thomas
-, Sir Thomas
-, William

Henley
-, park

Henley-upon-Thames

Henlip
-, house

Henllan

Henn, Henry

Henry III., of England

Henry IV., of England

Henry IV., of France
-, death of
-, mistress of, see Verneuil.

Henry V., of England

Henry VI., of England

Henry VII., of England

Henry VIII., of England

Henry, Prince
-, aid for knighting
-, commissioners, letters of
-, letters of, to Salisbury

Henry, Prince, apothecary of
-, apparel, jewels, &c. of
-, council of
-, creation of, as Prince of Wales
-, dog-keeper of, see Pott, Thomas.
-, gifts to, see James I., gifts of.
-, household of
-, hunting and hawking of
-, jeweller of
-, lands of
-, masque for
-, masters of
-, musicians of
-, officers of
-, payments for
-, privy purse expenses of
-, residences of
-, revenue of
-, servants of
-, stable and horses of
-, surgeon and physician of
-, tiltings of

Henshaw, Thomas

Henslow, Phillip

Henson, Francis
-, Thomas
-, William

Hepborn, John

Hepburn, John

Hepburne, Marian

Heralds, see also Lancaster, Richmond, Somerset, Windsor.

Herbert, Anne Lady
-, Edward
-, Sir Edward
-, Henry Lord
-, John
-, Sir John, Second Secretary
-, Mary, Countess Dowager of Pembroke
-, Lady Mary
-, Sir Philip, Lord Herbert and Earl of Montgomery

Herbert, Sir Philip, grants to
-, Lady Susan
-, Richard
-, William, Earl of Pembroke, Warden of the Stannaries
-, grants to
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Sir William
-, Mrs., see Woodhouse, Mrs.

Hercey, John
-, letters of, to Salisbury

Hereford
-, letters from
-, Bishop of, see Bennet.
-, Dean and Chapter of
-, diocese of

Herefordshire
-, grants of lands in
-, lands and places in
-, receivers of
-, recusants in
-, residents in
-, sheriffs and justices of

Hering, Andrew

Heriot, Mr.

Herne, Henry

Heron, Sir Edward, Baron of the Exchequer
-, Reynold
-, Richard
-, Robert
-, Walter

Herrick, William, Sir William

Herringham

Herriot, George
-, Thomas

Herris, Anthony
-, Edward
-, Sir William

Hertford

Hertford Park

Hertford, Earl of, see Seymour, Edward.

Hertfordshire
-, grants of lands in
-, lands and places in
-, lieutenant in
-, offices in

Hertfordshire, receivers in
-, residents in
-, sheriffs and justices, &c. of

Hertingfordbury Park

Hervy, William

Hesketh, Sir Thomas

Hesse, Landgrave of

Heston

Hetley, Thomas

Heton, Francis
-, Martin, Bishop of Ely
-, Thomas

Hevingham

Hewes, John
-, Richard
-, Thomas

Hewet, Israel

Hewett, Joseph
-, Lawrence
-, Thomas

Hewick, Dr.

Hewish, Thomas

Hewitson, Francis

Hewitt, Sir William

Hexham

Hext, Sir Edward
-, Solomon

Heyburn, Christopher

Heydon, Sir Christopher
-, Dr. Benjamin

Heyes, Thomas

Heyford

Heysh, Thomas

Hibblethwaite, Mr. (minister)

Hicke Sleades

Hickes, William

Hickman, Walter

Hickman's Lands

Hickmote, Anthony

Hicks, Sir Baptist
-, payments, &c., to
-, Michael

Hickson, Humphrey

Hide, Captain

Hides, see Leather.

Hieon

Higgins, Anthony
-, Robert
-, Mrs.

Higginson, Symon

High Commission Court

Higham, John

Higham Ferrers
-, Park

Highgate

Highnam

High Peak, Derby

Highways, repair of

Highworth

Higlinde Park

Higons, or Higgins, Theophilus

Hill

Hill, John
-, Martin
-, Robert
-, William
-, Dr. William

Hilles, D.

Hills, Mary

Hillyard, Sir Christopher
-, Captain Joshua
-, Lawrence
-, Nicholas

Hilton

Hilton, Andrew
-, John

Hinchinbrook
-, wardrobe at

Hinckford

Hincklesam

Hinckley

Hind, Thomas

Hindman, Robert

Hindon

Hinton

Hippen, Anthony

Hitcham

Hitcham, Robert, Queen's Attorney
-, letters of, to Cecil

Hitchcock, Thomas

Hitchin

Hitton, John

Hoarcross

Hobart, Sir Henry, Attorney-General
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Robert

Hobbes, see Hollis.

Hobbs, Andrew

Hobman, Luce

Hobson, John
-, William

Hoby, Sir Edward
-, Sir Thomas P.
-, Lady

Hochstraeten

Hockliffe

Hoddesdon

Hodges, Christopher
-, Margaret
-, Thomas

Hodgeson, John

Hodgson, Rowland

Hodson, Mr. (tutor)

Hogan, Anne

Hogan, Charles
-, William

Hogg, Robert

Hoggesden, Christopher

Hogsdon

Hoilhouse

Holbeach
-, house

Holcomb, Thomas

Holcombe, Rogus or Regis

Holcroft, Sir Thomas

Holden, Robert
-, Roger

Holdenby
-, letters from
-, house and park

Holderness

Holdich, Henry

Hole, John

Holehall

Holland
-, ambassadors of, see also Caron, Noel de.
-, ambassadors to, see Winwood, Ralph.
-, contests, &c., of, with Spain
-, intercourse of, with England
-, manufactures of
-, ships of

Holland, David
-, John
-, Ralph
-, Robert

Holland house, see Cope castle.

Holland, Lincoln

Hollanders, see also Dutch.
-, contests of, with the Spaniards
-, fisheries of

Hollcroft, Thomas

Holliday, William

Hollinshead, Raphael

Hollis, Sir John
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Richard, alias Hobbes

Holme
-, Park

Holme-Cultram

Holmeden, Sir Edward

Holmes, Gersome
-, John

Holsey, John

Holstein, Ulric, Duke of

Holt, William

Holt, Mr., (of Warwickshire)
-, Mrs., (of Warwickshire)

Holt castle, Worcestershire

Holt, alias Lyons or Lions castle, Denbighshire
-, farm
-, forest

Holtby, - priest

Holte, Jeremiah
-, Richard
-, Robert

Holwell

Holy Island

Holyrood, Lord Abbot of

Holyrood house

Home, Alexander Lord, Lieutenant of the Borders
-, D.

Hone, John

Honing, or Hunning, Edward
-, Wingfield

Honney, Degory

Hookeslow

Hooper, Edward
-, John
-, Richard
-, Thomas

Hoord, Allen, sen.
-, Allen
-, Thomas

Hope, John

Hopkin, Ralph

Hopkins, John

Hopper, (servant)

Hoppisley, John

Hopton, Sir Arthur
-, George
-, Sir Richard

Horbury

Horley

Hormead

Horne or Horn park

Hornifould, John

Horse, Master of, see Somerset, Earl of Worcester.

Horseheath

Horsemonden

Horsey, Sir Jerome
-, Sir Ralph

Horsham

Horsley

Horsted-Keynes

Horton

Horwell, Thomas

Hostile laws, abolition of, see Union.

Hotchin, James

Houghton

Houghton, Sir Richard
-, Roger

Houkott

Hounds, see James I., hounds of.

Hounslow heath

House, the, see Commons, House of.

Houses of Correction

Household, see James I., household of.

How, Agnes, see Milward, Agnes.

Howard, Thomas, 4th Duke of Norfolk
-, Philip, 19th Earl of Arundel (son of Thomas)
-, Ann, Countess dowager of Arundel, (wife of Philip)
-, Lord Thomas, 20th Earl of Arundel (son of Philip)
-, Henry (2nd son of Thomas)

Howard, Thomas Lord, of Walden, 2nd son of Thomas Duke of Norfolk, Earl of Suffolk, Lord Chamberlain
-, commissions to
-, grants to
-, letters of
-, letters of, to Lake
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, letters to
-, payments to
-, petitions to
-, warrants to
-, Catharine, Countess of Suffolk
-, Lord Theophilus (eldest son of Thomas)
-, Sir Thomas (2nd son of Thomas)
-, Lady Elizabeth (daughter of Thomas)

Howard, Lord William (3rd son of Thomas Duke of Norfolk)
-, Philip (eldest son of William)
-, Francis (2nd son of William)

Howard, Charles, Earl of Nottingham, Lord Admiral
-, commissions to
-, grants to
-, letters of
-, letters of, to Lake

Howard, Charles, Earl of Nottingham-cont.
-, letters of, to Cecil
-, letters to, see also Winter, Captain William; and James I., letters of.
-, warrants to
-, Elizabeth, Countess of Nottingham
-, William, Lord of Effingham (eldest son of Charles)
-, Sir Charles (2nd son of Charles)
-, James (son of Charles)

Howard, Lord Henry, 4; Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports, Baron Marnhill and Earl of Northampton, Lord Privy Seal
-, commissions to
-, commissions by
-, grants to
-, letters of
-, letters of, to Cecil
-, letters of, to James I.
-, letters of, to Lake
-, letters to, see also James I.; Cecil, Sir Robert; and Reynoldes, Edward, letters of.
-, payments to
-, petitions to
-, warrants to

Howard, Thomas, Viscount Bindon
-, letters of, to Salisbury

Howard, Earl of, Surrey

Howard, Sir Edward, Knight Marshal
-, William

Howard House

Howden

Howell, Francis

Howgreen

Howley

Howse, Cicely
-, Francis
-, Nicholas

Howsman, Thomas

Hubbert, Robert

Hubbock, William

Huby, Thomas

Huddington

Huddleston, Sir Edmund

Huddleston, (or Hurleston), Henry
-, Dorothy
-, Mr., jun.

Hudson, James
-, Robert
-, Thomas

Huet, Nicholas

Huggin, Leonard

Hughes, Cadwallader
-, John
-, Owen
-, Robert
-, Thomas

Huguenots

Hull, see Kingston-upon-Hull.

Hull, John
-, William

Humber River

Humble, George
-, Thomas

Hume, Alexander
-, Gavin
-, George
-, Sir George, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Lord Hume of Berwick, Earl of Dunbar, Treasurer of Scotland
-, commissions to
-, grants to
-, letters of
-, letters of, to Lake
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, letters of, to James I.
-, letters to, see also James I.
-, payments to
-, payments to, as Keeper of the Privy Purse
-, payments to, as Master of the Wardrobe
-, services of, in Scotland
-, Sir George, jun.
-, Sir John
-, Patrick, Master of the Harriers
-, Sir Patrick
-, Richard
-, William

Humerston, Henry

Humfrey, Michael
-, Richard

Humfrey, Richard, jun.

Huncot

Hundon

Hungary

Hungate, William
-, William, jun.

Hungerford, Anthony
-, Sir Edward
-, Sir John
-, Walter, Lord

Hunning, Edward, see Honing.

Hunsdon, Lord, see Carey.

Hunslet

Hunston, Brian

Hunt, Christopher
-, Edmund
-, Gilbert
-, John
-, John (recusant)
-, Richard
-, Robert
-, William
-, Mr.

Huntercomb

Hunting, see also James I., hunting of.

Huntingdon
-, Derby
-, Earl of, see Hastings.
-, Countess of, see Hastings.

Huntingdonshire
-, grants of lands in
-, lands and places in
-, recusants in
-, residents in

Huntley, Earl and Marquis of, see Gordon, George.

Hurdman, William

Hurleston, Henry, see Huddleston.
-, Hugh
-, Rose

Hursborne

Hursley

Hurst castle

Husband, John

Hussey, Christopher
-, John, Lord
-, Thomas
-, Lady
-, Dr.

Hutchinson, Thomas

Hutton

Hutton, Edward
-, John
-, Matthew, late Bishop of Durham, Archbishop of York
-, Archbishop of York, letters to, see James I., letters of.
-, Richard

Hutton, Thomas
-, Sir William

Huxley, William

Hyde
-, park

Hyde, Nicholas

Hynam

Hyrne, Clement

Hyron, Robert

Ibgrave, William

Icklesome

Ilchester gaol

Iliffe, John

Illington, Sir Giles

Ilmere

Ilmington

Ilsley, Catherine
-, Walter
-, William

Impositions and imposts, see Customs.

Ince, John

Inclosures

India

Indians

Indies, see East Indies, West Indies.

Infanta, see Isabella.

Inglescombe

Ingoldmells

Ingoldshead

Ingolsby, Francis

Ingram, Arthur
-, Christopher

Inquisition

Inverleith

Ipswich

Irchester

Ireland
-, affairs in
-, Chief Baron of
-, coast of
-, council of
-, customs in
-, garrisons in
-, grants of land in
-, letters and packets from
-, Lord Lieutenant of, see Blount, Earl of Devonshire.
-, Lord Deputy of, see Blount, Lord Montjoy; Chichester, Sir Arthur.
-, military service in

Ireland, offices in
-, ordnance in
-, pirates in
-, rebellion in
-, soldiers levied in
-, treasurer of, see Ridgeway, Sir Thomas.
-, troops in and for

Ireland, Anne
-, John
-, Mr.
-, Mr. (lieutenant)

Irish

Iron

Irving, William
-, Sir William

Isaacson, Henry

Isabel (servant)

Isabella Clara Eugenia, Infanta of Spain, jointregent of Flanders

Isburd, Alice

Iseley, Mr.

Isfield

Isle, the, Cumberland

Isle of Man

Isle of Thanet

Isle of Wight

Isleworth, Syon

Islingham

Islington

Islip

Italians

Italy

Itell

Ives
-, Mr.

Ivington

Izod, John.

J-, D-

Jackman, Henry

Jackson, Arthur
-, Eleanor
-, George
-, James
-, John
-, Sir John
-, Ralph
-, Richard
-, Robert
-, Thomas

Jackson, Captain Thomas
-, William
-, Mr. (collegian)

Jacob, Abraham
-, John

Jacobson, Adrian
-, Phillip

Jaggard, William

James I., of England.
-, general mentions of, passim.
-, journey of, to England
-, entry of, into London
-, accession and coronation of
-, parents of, see Mary Queen of Scots; Darnley, Henry Lord.
-, titles of
-, prerogative, &c., of
-, designs against, see also Gunpowder Plot.
-, libel against
-, personal notices of
-, opinions and proceedings of, in matters of religion
-, residences of
-, progresses and sojourns of
-, gifts of
-, to the Queen
-, to Prince Henry
-, to Prince Charles
-, to Princess Elizabeth
-, debts of and to, see Crown debts.
-, lands of, see Crown lands.
-, writings of

James I. -continued
-, orders and instructions of
-, attendance of, at Parliament
-, speeches of
-, messages and declarations of
-, messages and declarations to
-, forged letter of
-, letters of, to various persons
-, letters of, to-
-, Bancroft, Archbishop
-, Berwick Commissioners
-, Bilson, Bishop
-, Border Commissioners
-, Bowyer, Sir William
-, Cæsar, Sir Julius
-, Cecil, Earl of Salisbury
-, Commons, House of
-, Egerton, Earl of Ellesmere
-, Eton, Provost of, (Sir Henry Savile)
-, Fleming, Sir Thomas
-, Howard, Earl of Nottingham
-, Earl of Northampton
-, Hume, Earl of Dunbar
-, Hutton, Archbishop
-, Judges, the
-, Knyvet, Lord
-, Lord Mayors of London
-, Matthew, Archbishop
-, Percy, Earl of Northumberland
-, Popham, Sir John
-, Privy Council
-, Sackville, Earl of Dorset
-, Sheffield, Lord
-, Stanhope, Lord
-, Stanley, Earl of Derby
-, Still, Bishop
-, Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury

James I.-continued.
-, letters of, to-
-, Universities
-, Colleges of
-, Vaughan, Bishop
-, Whitgift, Archbishop
-, Zouch, Lord
-, letters to, from various persons, see also Anonymous letters; Brooke, Lord Cobham; Cecil, Viscount Cranborne; Grey, Lord of Wilton; Howard Earl of Northampton; Hume, Earl of Dunbar; Percy, Earl of Northumberland; Raleigh, Sir W.
-, petitions to
-, portrait, and portrait painters of
-, carvers and sculptors of
-, engraver of, see Anthony.
-, bookbinder of
-, printers of, see Barker, Robert; Norton, John.
-, goldsmiths and jewellers of
-, embroiderer of, see Broderick; Parre.
-, carriage and coach builders, &c., of
-, stables and horses of
-, tradespeople of
-, surgeons and physicians of
-, apothecaries of, see Shiers, Rumler, Clavee.
-, bailiffs and rent collectors of
-, deer of
-, game and gamekeepers of
-, park-keepers of
-, hunting and huntsmen of

James I.-continued.
-, buckhounds of, serjeants and grooms, &c., of
-, harriers, and yeomen prickers of
-, master of, see Hume, Patrick; Badger, Sir Thomas.
-, hounds of
-, falconers and falconry of
-, fletcher of, see Powell, John.
-, bows and bowyers of
-, swans of, masters of
-, cockmasters of
-, barges of
-, master of tennis of
-, apparel of
-, see also Wardrobe.
-, plate and jewels of, left by Queen Elizabeth
-, payments for
-, payments for gifts of
-, surveyors of, see also Crown jewels and Jewel house.
-, officers of.
-, household, officers of
-, charges of
-, supplies for
-, chaplains of
-, chapel and chapel attendants of
-, chapel, dean of, see Montague, James.
-, clerk of closet of
-, guard of, see Guard.
-, musicians of
-, bedchamber, grooms and pages of, see also Levingston, John.
-, gentlemen of, see Hay, Sir James; Aston, Sir Roger.

James I.-continued.
-, privy chamber, and grooms, &c., of
-, servants of
-, wardrobe of, see Wardrobe.

James V., King of Scotland

James, Arnold
-, Francis
-, Sir Henry
-, Richard
-, Roger
-, Thomas
-, Valentine
-, Walter
-, William
-, William, Dean of Durham, Bishop of Durham
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, letters to

James (prisoner)

Jamyson, Robert

Janveryn, Thomas
-, Walter

Japan

Jaques, Captain, see Franceschi, Tomasio.
-, Colonel
-, Jacob

Jarrett, see Garnett.

Jarvis, Arthur, letters of, to Salisbury
-, George

Jays, William

Jedworth

Jefferies, Edward

Jefferson, John

Jefferyes, Thomas

Jefferys, John

Jefford, John

Jeffreyson, Robert

Jegon, John, Bishop of Norwich
-, Dr. Thomas

Jenings, -

Jenison, or Jenyson, William

Jenks, Richard

Jenkins, William
-, (pursuivant)

Jennings, Henry
-, Mary
-, Owen
-, Thomas, see Brookesby.

Jennings, Captain (pirate)
-, Mrs., see Brookesby.

Jephson, Francis

Jermy, Sir Thomas

Jermyn, John

Jernegan, Henry, sen.

Jerome, Edward

Jersey, Island of

Jervaux Grange
-, Monastery

Jessopp, James

Jesuits, see also England, Jesuits in.
-, conspiracies of
-, favour towards
-, Father-general of, see Aquaviva, Claudius.
-, letters of
-, proceedings against
-, superior of, in England, see Garnet.
-, in Scotland
-, in Paris

Jewell, John, Bishop of Salisbury
-, Melancthon Thomas

Jewel House

Jewel House and Jewels, treasurers and masters of, see Carey, Sir Henry and Sir Edward.

Jewels, see also James I., jewels of.

Jewkes, Paul

Jobson, Humphrey
-, James
-, Jane
-, Richard

John (prisoner)

Johnson, Benjamin
-, George
-, George (tailor)
-, James
-, John
-, John, see Faukes, Guy.
-, Richard, alias Fuller, alias Whiting
-, Robert
-, Sir Robert
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Thomas (surveyor)
-, Thomas
-, William
-, William (Keyes' servant)
-, William (Rokewood's servant)

Johnston, John

Johnstone, Sir James, Laird of

Jolles, John, Sir John

Jolly, John

Jones, Charles
-, Charles (prothonotary)
-, Daniel
-, Edward
-, Francis
-, Griffin
-, Henry
-, Henry
-, Hugh
-, Inigo
-, James
-, John
-, John, see Chamberlain, Robert.
-, Robert
-, Rowland
-, Thomas, (master of toils)
-, Thomas (prisoner)
-, Sir Thomas
-, Walter
-, William (printer)
-, William (merchant)
-, William (prothonotary)
-, William
-, Mr.
-, priest

Jordan, Edward
-, Edward (of Cardiff)
-, Thomas
-, Mr.

Jossie, or Jossy, Robert, Deputy-keeper of the Privy Purse

Joye, Francis

Joyner, Cuthbert

Joynour, John

Joys, William

Judges and Justices of Assize
-, letters of
-, letters to
-, letters to, see James I., letters of.

Jülick

Juries and Jurors

Justice, Lord Chief, of King's Bench, see Popham, Fleming.

Justice, Lord Chief, of Common Pleas, see Anderson, Gawdy, Coke.

Justices in Eyre, see Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury; Howard, Earl of Nottingham.

Justices of Peace
-, commission for, see also under the different counties.

Kars, John, see Carse.

Kay, Sir John
-, Matthew

Kaylewaies

Keale, Edward

Keble, William

Kedreth

Kedwyn

Keeling, John
-, William

Keeper, Lord, see Egerton, Sir Thomas.

Kegworth

Keil, Sir George

Keirchiog

Keisby, Elizabeth
-, Geoffry

Kelden

Kelleythorpe

Kellison (jesuit)

Kelly, Edmund

Kelsay, William

Kelshall

Kelway, Henry

Kemerlinck, Andrew

Kemerton

Kemitmayne

Kemp, Eleanor
-, Francis
-, Thomas
-, William

Kempston

Kemys, Lawrence

Kendall

Kendall, Christopher
-, Edward
-, Samuel
-, Thomas

Kendar, Abraham de

Kendrick, John

Kenilworth
-, castle and park

Kenleth, Owen

Kenne, Elizabeth

Kennedy, David
-, Sir John
-, Lady

Kenninghall

Kensington

Kent
-, grants of lands in
-, lands and places in

Kent, receivers in
-, recusants in
-, residents in
-, Earl of, see Grey, Henry.

Kent, Patrick
-, Thomas

Kentish Town

Kenton

Kenton, Peter

Kenvill, Henry

Kepas, Robert

Ker, Robert, Lord Roxburgh
-, letters of, to Cecil

Kercher, D.

Kerr, Sir Robert, see Carr.

Kerrich, Thomas

Kerry

Kerry, Thomas
-, Mr., Clerk of Privy Seal

Kersey priory

Kerseys, see Cloths.

Kerwyn, Andrew

Kesteven (Lincoln)

Kettering

Kettleby

Kettlewell

Kevett, George

Kew

Keye, Robert

Keyes, Robert
-, Mrs.

Keynes, Edward

Kibworth Beauchamp

Kidd, John

Kidder, Richard

Kidderminster, John

Kiddie, Thomas

Kighley, Sir Philip

Kightley, Robert

Kilborne, Francis
-, Richard

Kilboy, John

Kilby, Richard

Kildare, Lady, see Brooke, Frances.

Kilgramhaugh Grange

Killigrew, Sir Henry
-, John
-, -, (late)
-, Joseph
-, Simon
-, William
-, Sir William

Killingale, William

Killingworth

Kiltefany

Kimbolton
-, castle and park

Kincleven, Lord, see Stewart, John.

Kindt, William

King, Alexander
-, Geoffry
-, John
-, Dr. John, Dean of Christchurch
-, Richard

King's Beere
-, forest

King's Cliffe

King's Langley park

King's Lynn

King's Norton

King's Bench, Court of
-, chief justices of, see Popham, Fleming.
-, justices
-, officers of
-, prison of
-, Marshalsea of

King's Remembrancer, see Fanshaw, Sir Henry.

King's Remembrancer's office, see Exchequer.

King's Wards, see Wards.

Kings-at-arms, see Garter, Clarencieux, Norroy.

Kingsclere

Kingsey

Kingsland

Kingsley, Edward
-, Richard
-, William

Kingsmill, Andrew
-, Henry
-, Sir William

Kingston
-, Berks
-, Hampshire

Kingston-upon-Hull

Kingswell, Robert
-, Sir William

Kingswinford

Kingswood Forest

Kingwell, Sir T's., chamber

Kinlet

Kinloch, John

Kinloss, Lord, see Bruce, Edward.

Kinnersley

Kinsale

Kinschotte, Adrian

Kinsey, Lacey

Kinsman, George

Kippax

Kirby Misperton

Kirbybeacock, see St. Bees.

Kirk-Levington

Kirk-Oswald castle and parks

Kirkby house and park

Kirkby-Moorhouse

Kirkby-Stephen

Kirkcrist

Kirke, Stephen

Kirkham, Edward
-, George
-, Michael
-, William

Kirklouan

Kirkpatrick, Samuel
-, Sir Thomas

Kirtlington

Kirton, Edward
-, Josias
-, Mr.

Kirton in Lyndsey

Kitchin, Robert

Kittelbitter, Herman

Kitter, Elizabeth
-, Richard

Knaresborough

Knaresborough, Edward
-, Walter

Knatchbull, Reginald

Knebworth
-, letters from

Knight, George
-, Thomas

Knight Marshal, see Vavasour, Sir Thomas; Howard, Sir Edward.

Knightley, Sir Richard
-, Sir Valentine

Knightlow

Knightly

Knighton

Knights and Knighthood

Knill, Richard

Knockfergus

Knoll

Knoll, Grace

Knollys, Henry
-, de Grays, William Lord
-, Lady

Knotting

Knowles, Thomas

Knowsley

Knox, Andrew, Bishop of Derry and Raffo

Knoyle

Knoyle, Thomas

Knyvet, Anthony
-, Sir Thomas, Warden of the Mint, Lord Knyvet
-, grants to
-, letters to, see James I., letters of.
-, letters of

Knyvet, Sir Thomas, warrants to
-, Sir Thomas, jun.

Koade, William

Kolleb

Kyddall, William

Kynlake