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Index of Persons and Places: J, K

Pages 1600-1614

Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 10, 1693-1696. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1935.

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Jackson, . Errata, 1448.

-, Elizabeth, relict of George, tenements etc., Scotland Yard, assigned by, 622.

-, George, merchant, freighter of the William, 240.

-, -, tenements etc., Scotland Yard, assigned to, 622.

-, Jos., merchant, ship (the Hope) of, pressed for transporting soldiers, 502.

-, Joseph, merchant, freighter of the William, 240.

-, -, of New England, mariner, 945.

-, Martha, window of William, lease of potash Customs, 108, 187 (Errata, 1448), 434, 694, 8956, 956.

-, Richard, Army clothing, 641.

-, -, tidesman, Liverpool, 144.

-, Robert, bill of exchange payable to, 1321, 1344.

-, -, collector of duties on stamped vellum etc., co. Cumberland, 671.

-, -, landwaiter's place, Pembroke, 801.

-, Samuel, Commissary of the Provisions, Ireland, 547.

-, Thomas, lease, Bailey Town, 18.

-, William, boatman, Hull port, 17.

-, -, lease of potash Customs to Martha, widow of, 896.

Jacob, Father, Provincial of the Order of English Dominicans at monastery near Antwerp, 592.

-, Sir John, regiment of, 1001, 1045, 1093, 1153, 1165, 1351, 1369;

agent for. See Acton, J.

-, John, loan by, 909.

Jacobson, Theodore, loans by, 913.

Jacomb, William, collector, Poole port, 872.

JAMAICA, Act to prevent engrossing, forestalling and exporting provisions, arms etc. sent to, 1245, 1265.

agents of, 8.

Attorney General, 8.

chaplains in, or going to. See Foster, C.;

Kiniard;

Moody;

Smith, S.;

Trepier;

Wine.

convoys for, 3534, 387, 393, 444.

Council of 329, 345.

defence of, ships pressed for 143, 345.

designs upon, of the French, 1157.

earthquake in, 143.

estate in, attachments on, removed, 8.

Expedition to, apothecary to, allowance for, 774, 846. See also Mortimer, W;

mate to, allowance for, 846, 858.

Commissary of Provisions, stores et., instructions for, 811, 815. See also Murray, J.;

assistant to. See Silvester, J.;

clerks to, allowance for 858.

Deputy Commissary of the Musters. See Murray, J.

Deputy Judge Advocate. See Murray, J.

estimates for, 807, 812, 817.

Foot Regiment for, 789;

establishment, detailed, 858.

freight and provisions for, issues for, 779, 814, 819, 851.

medicines for, account of, 886;

payments for, 991, 1001.

Ordnance for, estimate of, 756, 758;

issues for, 762, 768, 776, 782, 789, 794, 806, 814.

Paymaster of. See Murray, J.

physician to, allowance for, 774, 846, See also Fleming, W.

saddles for, 787, 794.

shoes and stockings, sale of, for payment of forces of, 841.

victualling and transport of, account required of, 792, 799;

accounts of, 800;

deductions for, 800;

issues for, 768, 776, 782, 789, 804, 813, 819, 860, 861, 865, 874.

fines and forfeitures in, due to the King, 952.

Governor of, 329;

ships imprested by, 143, 3445;

to seize effects of Portio, to satisfy debts, 812. See also O'Brien, William, Earl of Inchiquin.

Independent Company of Foot in, 578, 604, 607, 637, 755, 837.

inhabitants of, necessities for, 856.

Lieutenant-Governor, 8.

merchants trading to, 353, 387, 856.

plantations, destroyed by the French, 345.

Plantations, Duty (as by the Act, 25 Car. II., c. 7), collectors of. See Lamb, T.;

Whittle, C.

prize ships taken to, King's share of, 552, 9401.

Prizes, agents for. See Hastings, G.;

Sedgwick, J.;

Simpson, B.

revenue of, not sufficient to meet charges on, 345.

ships at, men-of-war, provisions etc. for, 159, 979, 1095.

ships from, to return to, notwithstanding the embargo, 351, 852.

ships of, 329;

taken by the French, 345.

ships to, 2, 127, 322, 351, 353, 393, 401, 403, 679, 801, 839, 856, 874;

embargo on, removed, 444;

extended time limit for sailing of, 1253;

notwithstanding the embargo 510, 1095.

silks shipped for, 679.

state of, account of the 852.

vessels of war and other navigation fitted out by, 345.

wrecks off, 64.

JAMES I., 601, 663, 1174.

grants by, of Egham manor, to trustees for Prince Charles, 418;

of Brigstock manor, 990;

of office of Keeper of the Gaol within the Liberty of St. Albans monastery, 1167.

leases by, of lands, St, James's-in-the-Fields, 540;

of farm of Prizage and Butlerage in England, 821.

Prince's Council in the time of, 289.

Royston House purchased by, 749.

silver moneys coined in reign of, account required of, 1203.

statute of, 1186.

JAMES II., 190, 551, 703, 778, 889, 1329. abdication of, 285.

Act of, 832.

Army of at Salisbury, 115;

officers deserting, in Ireland, 156.

arrival of, in Ireland, 1328.

charter to East India Company retified by, 360.

commission of, for freeing English slaves, 257.

Customs officer under, 1253.

debts due at the Great Wardrobe from, 172.

debts due from, 244.

debts due to, 85, 901;

lands extended for, 47.

Declarations of, seized, 48.

estates of commissioners for managing, 663.

in Ireland, as Duke of York, 82;

grants of, 1007;

payments out of 493, 5678.

forfeited estates etc. left in Ireland by, account required, 119.

free carriage of letters allowed by, to Members of Parliament, 82.

Government of, 588.

grant by, as Duke of York, of Glovers Hill, Reigate, 945.

grant of lands to, as Duke of York, 653, 663.

grant by, of office of Auditor General, Ireland, 9;

of 5,000l. to T. Robson, 97, 362;

of sums due on the Irish revenue, 114;

of two of the Six Clerks' places in Chancery, 114;

of quit of rents, Ireland, 206, 1064;

of salary for Governor or Deputy-Governor of Languard Fort, 226;

of Arkengarthdale Chase, 519, 581, 1119;

of lands in Furness, 980;

of lands in King's County and Queen's County, 1027;

of messuages etc. in Norwich, 1183.

great seal of, 114.

Hearthmoney arrears, Ireland, due to, answered in corn and grain, 1244.

interest in the Lodge, Richmond Old Park, purchased by, 653.

Irish in arms for, 993.

Jesuits college in the Savoy, erected in reign of, 1006.

outlaw not in arms under, 10.

petition to, 1219.

privy seal of, 234.

Protestants estates, in Ireland, seized by, 245.

Queen of, lands settled on trustees for, 653, 920.

supporters of, in the Victualling office, 1294.

tin farthings and halfpence coined in reign of, 39.

treasonable libel called 'The late King James, his Declaration', 368.

wool exchanged for wheat for use of, at Waterford, 366.

James, , proposal for regulating the coinage, 1423.

-, -, stamped paper duty employment, 646.

-, Eliz., executrix of G. Macartney, 1341.

-, William, fire maker in the Queen's withdrawing-room, 1036.

-, -, goods of, seized by the French, 847.

-, -, tidesman, Bristol port, 208;

boatman, Gatcombe, 208.

James City, Virginia, stores for guns at, 1161.

James's Battery, near Upnor Castle, 1321.

Jane, Hugh, a captive in Algiers, redemption of, 255.

Janeson, Henry, tidesman and boatman, Cockersand Abbey, 1276.

Janosen. See Janssen.

Janssen (Janssen), Theodore, of London, merchant, a receiver of subscriptions for the Bank of England, 954. Errata, 1453;

ships and goods of, seized by the French, 961.

Jarman, William, petition for grant of common sewers water, London, Westminster and Bills of Mortality, 285.

-, See also Jerman.

Jarvis (Jervis), John, steward of the Household of the President and Council of the Marches in Wales, 139.

Jasper, Barth., landwaiter's place, 464.

Jefferies. See Jeffreys.

Jeffers, Thomas, master of the New York Merchant, 1302, 1311.

Jefferson (Jeffreson), Christopher, loan by, 907.

-, Robert, boatman, Newcastle port, 1234.

Jeffreys (Jefferies, Jeffery, Jefferyes, Jefferys, Jeffryes, Jeffrys), Benj., loan by, 909.

-, Edward, traitor apprehended by, petition for reward, 1345.

-, Sir James, Army pay, in Ireland, 989;

a colonel, in Ireland, and Governor of Duncannon Fort, Army payments as, 1014, 1029.

-, Jeffrey, bills for Navy victualling, payments of, 158, 159, 579;

petition for ship to go to Guinea, 322;

ditto, to Gibraltar Straits, 365.

-, John, landwaiter, Sunderland port, 1230.

-, Rice, commander of the Leopard, 430.

-, Sir Robert, loans by, 16, 910.

-, Robert, master of the Durham Yard, 1095.

-, Sir Roger, loan by, 912.

-, Thomas, convicted for transporting wheat etc. to France, 777, 800, 1372.

Jekyll, Thomas, loan by, 907.

Jellet. See Gellet.

Jemmett, Warham, collector, Coleraine and Londonderry, 378.

Jenings. See Jennings.

Jenkins, Richard, robbery on the highway, 830.

-, Walter, complaint of, against officers in Milford port, 1093.

-, William, tidesman-in-fee, Bristol port, 126.

Jenkinson, Marmaduke, surety for T. Vawser, estate of in Beverley, extent on, 554, 6534, 924.

-, Tho., commander of the Customs smack, at Bristol, 1230.

Jenner, John, loan by, 908.

-, -, outlaw, lands of, Cricklade St. Sampson, 221 567.

Jennet, John, lands, co. Meath, mortgaged to 1012.

Jenney, Christophilus, captain and chaplain, at Londonderry, royal bounty for, 129, 220, 236.

Jennings (Jenings), , house of, in Little Lincoln's Inn Fields, 1014;

objections to grants of Marquess of Powys' estate, 1408, 1410, 1412, 1413, 1445.

-, John captain, guns taken by, payment for, 516.

-, -, surveyor, London port, 999, 1162.

-, Sir Jonathan, a Principal Commissioner for Prizes, 18, 335, 763.

-, Jonathan, secretary to the Principal Commissioners for Prizes, appointment as, 259.

-, Richard, royal bounty for, 455, 721, 868.

Jephson, , letter of, concerning account of commissioners for Wine Licences, 1389.

-, William, Secretary to the Treasury, 586.

Jerman, Thomas, tidesman, Topsham, dismissed for keeping an alehouse, 1276.

-, See also Jarman.

Jermyn, Henry, Earl of St. Albans trustees of, lease, London, assigned by, 107;

trustee for Queen Henrietta Maria, 1103.

JERSEY, agent for prizes. See Healy, W.;

Watts, F.

bailiff of. See Carteret, E.

Castle, 1148.

Causey Duty, farmers of. See Henry, P.;

Merchant, W.;

Treasury Lords have no knowledge of, 343.

Committee of, 343;

Lords of, 418.

Council of, 343.

Customs officers. See Jersey, Register of Certificates.

dry provisions for, 553.

fortifications at, repairs to, 530, 555, 571, 579, 594.

French goods from, 701, 766, 878.

French prisoners-of-war in, maintenance and exchange of, 521.

French ship, taken as prize by a privateer of, 701, 7656.

Lieutenant-Governor, ship sold by, 57.

not bound by Acts of Parliament when not named therein, 766.

ordnance stores for, 287, 298.

pebble stones for ballast for ships, 701, 766.

prizes in, tenths of, commission from the Admiralty to receive, See Rainsford;

disposal of, according to Act of 4 Wm. and Mary, c. 25, 305.

money from, Commissioners for Prisoners-at-War demand payment out of, 1071, 1377;

payment out of, 521.

Register of Certificates, trading with France, 1188. See also Chamberlain, W.;

Dassell, S.;

Healy, W.;

Tye, T.

revenue of, not under orders of the Treasury in England, 343.

riding surveyor. See Guille, J.;

Hughes, C.

robbery in, by soldiers of Col. H. Mordaunt's regiment, 11478.

Royal Court of, 1189.

ship taken and brought into, laden with French salt, 57.

Sick and Wounded in, Victualling issues for, 579, 594, 603, 635.

storekeepers going to, 548.

Jersey, East and West, America. See New Jersy.

Jervis. See Jarvis.

Jesson, Carew, dept due from the Queen, 1263.

-, Mris. Carew (Cary), Woman of the Queen's Bedchamber, 1034, 1075.

Jeve, Thomas, loan by, 913.

Jewel House. See Index of subjectsJewel House.

Jobberknavin, [Salt barony], co. Kildare, 178.

Jodderell, Joderell. See Jodrell.

Jodrell (Jodderell, Joderell), Paul, clerk to the House of Commons, 273, 423, 903, 1263;

loans by, 423, 445.

Johns, Emanuel, extraordinary tidesman, Falmouth, 1106;

tidesman and boatman, Penzance, 1106.

Johnson, , bill for the King's signature, 89.

-, -, captain, East India Company assisted by, 361.

-, -, captain, master of the Samuel, 411.

-, , concerning seizure of silver, 382.

-, -, major, under General Monck, grant to, of Liskeard Park manor, 210.

-, -, master of the Success, 1260.

-, Benj., son of Samuel, pension on life of, 1324.

-, Edward, landwaiter, Bristol port, 469.

-, Elizabeth, widow of Major Johnson, lease, Liskeard Park manor, 210.

-, Garret, bills of, payment of, 1076, 1077.

-, Geo., master of the St. Peter, 596.

-, Jacob, master of the Abraham's (Abrams) Offering, 1111.

-, James, Gentleman of the Guards at Limerick, 243.

-, Jeremy, et al., owners and freighters of the European, 522.

-, John, boatman, Stockton port, 872.

-, -, captain, Army pay, 429.

-, -, highwayman arrested by, reward for, 130.

-, -, of London, goldsmith, receiver of the Million Adventure (Lottery), 549.

-, Martin, Comptroller, Boston port, 459;

collector, Spalding, 1219.

-, Mary, pension from the Queen, 1128.

-, Math., master of the Tho[mas] and Mary, 219.

-, Matt, traitor apprehended by, reward for, 1345, 1362.

-, Peter, house of, for extension of the Mint melting house, compensation for, 1322.

-, Richard, apothecaries' mate, Royal Hospital, Ireland, 214.

-, -, evidence against clippers etc., 166.

-, Richd., East India Company assisted by, 361.

-, Samuel, clerk, royal bounty for, 1266, 1287;

pension for, 1324.

-, -, correspondent for the Excise, 1264.

-, Thomas, lease, meadow near Windsor, petition for, 7.

-, -, of Antigua, murder of, 13, 37.

-, -, robbery on the highway, 943.

-, -, son of Major Johnson, lease, Liskeard Park manor, 20910, 295, 348.

-, William, of New York, mariner, 1072.

-, -, payment for hire of the Margaret, 504.

-, -, son of Thomas, lease, Liskeard Park manor, 348.

-, See also Johnston.

Johnston (Johnstoun), Alexander, petition of, for forfeited estate, co. York, 1335.

-, James, lease, copper etc. mines in Duchy of Cornwell, 94.

-, Mary, lease, the Peth, co. Cumberland, 17.

-, Samuel, Corporal of Horse, royal bounty for, 236.

Joller, , highwaymen apprehended by, issue to, 1148.

Jolley, Edward, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Huntingdon, 34, 151, 220.

Jolliff, Margaret, royal bounty for, 869.

Jolleyvet (Jollivet, Jollivett, Jollyvett), Evert, [agent to the Master of the Horse], 168, 390, 439, 568, 652, 676, 815, 816, 868, 951, 989, 1248, 1440;

loans by, 416, 688, 816, 1148, 1289.

Jones, , master of the John, 506.

-, -, widow of Gilbert, pasturage of Wallwood, 107.

-, Albert, a captive in Algiers, 255.

-, Cha., collector of duty on stamped vellum etc., co. Radnor, 672.

-, Charles, landwaiter, Penzance, 1282.

-, David, debt due from J. Thomas, 1132.

-, -, Postmaster, Shrewsbury, 243.

-, Edward, outlaw, lands of, co. Monmouth, 903.

-, -, reward for apprehending Sir W. Perkins, 1345, 1362.

-, Frances, daughter of W. Pendrell, Army pension for, 963.

-, -, reward for apprehending counterfeiter of the seal of the Earl of Nottingham, 451, 464, 619, 626.

-, Francis, of Plymouth, merchant, ships for Newfoundland, 265.

-, Gabriel, loans by, 907, 917.

-, Gilbert, woodward and under-keeper of Waltham Forest, 9, 107.

-, Hugh, chaplain, going to Maryland, issues for, 1266, 1276.

-, John, landwaiter, Plymouth port, 850.

-, of Bristol merchant, ships for Newfoundland, 265.

-, -, of Golenog, charges of proving Crown title to lands in co. Montogomery, 60, 284, 3556, 461, 482, 630, 637;

action brought by, against Sir E. Stead, 818.

-, -, Page of the Backstairs to Queen Mary, 1034, 1074.

-, -, [son of Robert], collector, Lyme Regis, 27.

-, Josa., reward for convicting L. Prosser for counterfeiting, 1310.

-, Joshua, robbed of assessment money entrusted to, 660;

petition of, 817.

Lazarus, King's waiter, Bristol port, 264.

-, Lewis, Bishop of Killaloe, debt due to, 1126.

-, -, cornet, grandson of Lewis, Bishop of Killaloe, 1126.

-, -, farmer of Hearthmoney, eo. Sligo, 824.

-, Mary, widow of John, daughter-in-law of Robert, Customs dept, 27.

-, Morgan, land-carriageman's place, London port, 1351.

-, Moses, master of the William and John of Belfast, 899.

-, Richard, Earl of Ranelagh, allowance for looking after the Royal Hospital, Chelsea, 233, 965.

bills drawn on, 40, 140, 308, 460, 498, 509, 577, 592, 612, 620, 642, 660, 679, 693, 805, 813, 985, 991.

covenant of, to keep Athlone Castle in repair etc., discharge of, 73.

disper napkins for, from Holland, 389.

Farmer of the Revenue, Ireland, 114, 506, 7034, 842.

goods from Holland, 186.

house of, 1113, 1385;

in St. James's Square, 186;

adjoining the Royal Hospital, Chelsea, lease of lands near, 193, 215.

interest on tallies assigned to Sir J. Herne, 7980.

issues to, as Paymaster of the Forces. See Index of Subjects- Army, Paymaster General;

Errata, 1451.

lease, Chelsea Meadows, 227.

lease, lands etc., Navan, co. Meath, 73.

lonas by, 1, 5, 11, 28, 64, 80, 109, 110, 111, 118, 123, 124, 127, 128, 138, 139, 145, 150, 180, 260, 272, 282, 292, 299, 307, 355, 417, 605, 662, 681, 695, 719, 725, 782, 785, 799, 828, 851, 962, 969, 1090, 1093, 1184, 1188, 1194, 1210, 1218, 1224, 1236, 1241, 1247, 1251, 1256, 1262, 1267, 1273, 1278, 1283, 1295, 1296, 1297, 1339, 1340, 1352, 1369, 1398, 1430,

Paymaster General of the Forces, passim .

payment by, for secret service, 79.

payment to, of arrears of pension granted to Viscount Lisburne and L. Kingdon, as in trust for, 73.

payments by, as Paymaster of the Forces. See Index of subjectsArmy, paymaster General of the Forces.

picture in a box for, 6045.

recommendsEdwards for place of commissioner of glass works, 1379.

tress for, 269.

-, -, Customs bonds, 1313.

-, -, lease, Brecon Forest, 81.

-, Robert, customer and collector, Lyme Regis, 27.

-, -, highwayman apprehended by, reward for, 481.

-, -, tenant, Kerry, Mochdre etc., 1056.

-, Samuel, captain, royal bounty for, 236.

-, -, commander of the Josiah, 2.

-, -, tenant, Marsley Park, co. Denbigh, 1048.

-, Thomas, captain, of Lord Hastings's regiment, Army payment, 775.

-, -, creditor and administrator of Major J. Morgan, 347, 1239.

-, -, joiner, outlaw, goods of, seized, 314.

-, -, quartermaster, of First Regiment of Foot Guards, 631.

-, -, et al ., tenants, Newtown, Llandyssil etc., 1058.

-, William, claim to office of apothecary to the Household, 991, 1040.

-, -, collector of Crown revenues, cos. Brecon, Cardigan, Carmarthen, Glamorgan etc., 97.

-, -, convicted for burglary at Stoke Poges, 532, 722, 803, 960.

-, -, son of Frances, Army pension, 963.

-, -, timber stolen from New Forest, 365, 381.

-, -, alias Lewis. see Lewis.

Jorden (Jordaine), Abraham, carpenter, building house for Secretary of State for Scotland, 54, 303;

repairs etc to Powys House, issues for, 454, 477, 848.

-, David, brother's account to be stated, 409.

-, -, Joseph, King's waiter, London port, 477, 510.

-, -, Richard, quartermaster, Irish Army officer at Limerick, 242.

-, Thomas, East India Company assisted by, 361.

Jordans. see Egham.

Jory (Jorey), Joseph, loan by, 183;

as assignee of E. Russell, 428.

Joy. see Joye.

Joyce, Thomas, custodiam lease, Torrington etc. manors, co. Devon, 829.

Joye (Joy), . Navy contractor, 1382.

-, Jacob, postillion to the Queen, 1036.

Joyner, Thomas, of Freshwater Wharf, London, merchant, surety for W. Kent, 319.

Judebeuf. See Tudebeuf.

Justell, Madam, pension from the Queen, 1129.

Justin Piece (Peece). See Trematon.

Jutland, Denmark, battalion, 92.

K

Kaa,van der, Army forage, 957.

Kallaway. See Kellaway.

Kames, John, arrested for burglary, 943.

Kapp, Ary, commander of the Abraham's Offering, 78.

Kay George. See Isaled.

Kea, co. Cornwall, tin-blowing house called Bassowe [? Bissoe] House, 561.

Kealstown, Sealstown, Salt barony, co. Kildare, 178. Errata, 1448.

Kean. See Keene.

Kearin, , house of, St. Francis Street, Dublin, 691.

Kearmes, See Rearour.

Keary, John, cornet, Irish Army officer at Limerick, 242.

Keating, Robert, quartermaster, Irish Army officer at Limerick, 242.

-, William, estate of, Ireland, forfeited, 1063.

Keatingstown, [? Crannagh barony], co. Kilkenny, 317.

Keble (Keeble), Charles, master of the Grenada, 430.

Kedewen Usceviend, Kedewin Usecoied. See Cedewain [? Iscoed].

Kedewen Ushoeid, Kedewen Ustweid. See Cedewain [? Uchcoed].

Kedlingwood. See Haddling Wood.

Keeble. See Keble.

Keeling (Kelinge), Edward, master of the Worcester, 360.

-, John, petition of, concerning manors in cos. Cumberland, Lancaster etc., 343.

Keene (Kean, Keen), John, lieutenant, deserter from the Irish Army, 242.

-, Richard, lieutenant, royal bounty for, 236.

-, William, reward for apprehending J. Courtney, 1345, 1362.

-, See also Kien.

Keenrath. See Kinragh.

Keightley, , Mris., pension from the Queen, 1127.

-, -, petition of, 1418.

-, Thomas, custodiam lease, lands, Ireland, 4923, 528, 6389;

pension granted to, by Charles II., 493;

rents granted to, in Ireland, 493.

Kein, Keine, See Kien.

Keldrick Moor;

Keldrick Myre. See Penrith.

Kelinge. See Keeling.

Kell. See Kill.

Kellaway (Kallaway), John, place of tidesman-in-fee, London port, 780.

Kelley. See Kelly.

Kellingham. See Killinghall.

Kells, co. Meath, barony of, 317, 629, 1013.

Kelly (Kelley), Ann, royal bounty for, 514, 639, 649.

-, Henry, lieutenant, deserter from the Irish Army, 242.

-, Hugh, lands of, cos. Galway and Roscommon, forfeited, 1347.

-, Roger, tenant, Barberstown, 178.

-, Samuel, master of the Mary and Margaret, 1260.

Kellydonoghoe. See Killydonoghoe.

Kelsick, Richard, ships and seamen for Virginia, 322.

Kemp (Kempe), , master of the St. Ann, 1111.

-, Abraham, Page of the Presence to the Queen, 1034, 1074.

-, Henry, Customs employment, 679.

-, William, King's searcher, Plymouth port, 1245.

-, -, pension for, 1035.

Kempthorne, John, master of the Kempthorne, 360.

Kendal, co. Westmorland, barony or lordship of, 93, 416, 494;

Marquess lands, 416;

Richmond lands, 416.

Kendal (Kendall), James (Fras.), colonel, Captain General and Governor-in-Chief, Barbados and Windward Islands, receipt of Casual Revenues, Barbados, 185, 187, Errata, 1448;

Commissioner of the Admiralty, 1334;

bills of exchange drawn by, 5156, 526, 660, 731, 734, 737, 967, 975, 10434, 1061;

disbursements by, for supplies for the King's ships, 1117, 1127, 1150;

goods of, from Barbados, 1113, 1385;

memorial of, for place of Comptroller of the Four and a Half per cent. Duty in Barbados for C. Thomas, 1410.

-, John, chaplain, going to Bermudas, issues for, 1254, 1257.

-, Nicholas, French wine sold by, 171.

-. Thomas, East India Company assisted by, 361.

Kendrick (Kenrick), , land, London, 70.

-, Richard, tenant, Prion, co. Denbigh, 1051.

Kenilworth, Killingworth, co. Warwick, 10323.

castle, 599.

honor, lordship and manor of, 599, 1032, 1068, 11012.

Blundell's Coppice, 1032, 1101.

Button, Buttons, Coppice, 1032, 1102.

Glasshouse Coppice, 1032, 1101.

Great Reynolds Coppice 1102.

Harpersford, Harpesford, alias Little Reynolds Coppice, 1032, 1101.

Killingworth Woods, 1101.

Knights Coppice, 1032, 1101.

Little Knowlhill Coppice, 1102.

Shawbury, Shawberry, Coppice, 1032, 1101.

Stonely Coppice, 1032, 1101.

Ten Acre Coppice, 1032, 1101.

Whorstone, Whorston's, Coppice, 1032, 1101.

mansion house, 599.

monastery, 599.

park or chase, 599.

rectory, 599.

Kenmure (Kenmare, Killmare, Kilmare), Viscount. See Brown, Valentine.

-, Viscountess, See Brown, Helen.

Kennedy, James, of Dublin, gunpowder purchased from, 432.

Kennetstown, Kennets Twon, Duleek barony, co. Meath, 493, 639, 927, 1012.

Kenrick. See Kendrick.

Kensington, co. Middlesex, 172, 567, 918, 985, 1333, 1428.

chaplain's lodgings at, issue for, 313, 1154.

gardens at, 763;

issue for, 1230. See also Henning, C. F.;

new wall at, building of, 732, 740.

Guards at, fire and candle for, 27, 756, 1110.

Holland House, the Queen in residence at, lodging money for footmen of, 982.

House, building of, bricklayer employed in. see Hughes, T.;

furniture for, 1197, 1206, 1225, 1404;

housekeeper of. See Brienne, S. de;

mourning furniture removed from, 1197;

purchase of, from the Earl of Nottingham, 771;

the Queen in residence at, 982;

wardrobe services at, issue for, 1408;

wardrobekeeper at. See Brienne, M. de. inhabitants of, royal servants lodged by, 734, 1154.

King's Backstairs at, 379.

lecturer at, Queen's pension for, 1132, 1259.

Orders in Council etc. dated at, 4, 82, 139, 143, 387, 830, 847, 852, 856, 866, 920, 925, 936, 945, 959, 968, 1006, 1017, 1033, 1061, 1066, 1072, 1086, 1226, 1227, 1228, 1239, 1252, 1257, 1258, 1260, 1266, 1270, 1277, 1285, 1289, 1290, 1292, 1295, 1302, 1306, 1311, 1313, 1336, 1341, 1353, 1355, 1361.

palace at, 514.

parish Church, repairs to, issues for, 13245, 1333;

churchwardens of. See Gotobed, F.;

Hows, G.;

rector of. See Wigan, W.

poor of, Queen's pension for, 1129.

riding charges of royal servants travelling to, 758.

roads to, making of, and repairs to, 200, 208, a4a25, 724, 746, 763, 770, 773, 784, 816, 817.

See also London and Westministerstreets and places in (Hyde Park).

stables at, repairs to. See Brienne, S. de.

tithes at, in possession of their Majesties, 514.

Treasury Chambers at, 584.

Treasury Lords or the Treasury at, 391, 394, 839, 1092, 1421.

works and repairs at Kensington House and new buildings, 11, 1225, 1378.

Yeomen of the Guard at, 336.

Kent, country of, 117, 155, 305, 660, 880, 1152, 1358.

Assizes in, 1364.

Auditor of. See Shales, H.;

Shales, J.;

Stephens, A.

coast of, French shallops prevented from coming upon, 239.

Crown Revenues, auditor of, 485, 1209;

Receiver of. See Evelyn, J.;

tallies on, 129, 446, 695, 752, 841, 1074.

Excise in, collector of. See Combes, T.;

supervisor of. See Ashburne, A.

fee farm rents, 1021.

persons in, sending horses to France, to be prosecuted, 1364.

ports in, 1095

raising seamen in, for the Fleet, 46, 489, 902, 1290.

Receiver General of Assessments 33, 151, 464, 589, 933, 1147, 1189, 1206, 1241, 1307.

Receiver General of Duties on Marriages, Births etc. See Spencer, G.

Receiver General of Hearthmoney. See Amy, T.;

Potts, S.

robbery on the highway comitted in, 1217.

sheriff of. See Davenport, E.

stamped vellum and paper, duty on, collectors of. See Cason, T.;

Raworth, T.

superstitious lands in, commission to enquire into. See Oxenden, Sir J.

Vice-Admiral of. See Sydney, Henry, Earl of Romney.

woollen cloth made in, 583.

Kent, Earl of. See Grey, Anthony.

Kent, John, Excise collector's place, 431.

-, -, executor of Richard, 65, 290.

-, -, Receiver of Assessments, co. Lincoln, 589.

-, Richard, Cashier of the Customs, 151, 172, 253;

estate of R. Vaughan, 65;

loan by, to Sir P. Trant, on mortgage of lands, Ireland, 290.

-, Thomas, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Lincoln, 464, 4667, 933, 1307;

Receiver General of Duties on Marriages, Births etc., co. Lincoln, 1042.

-, William, clerk in the office of the Receiver General of Customs, 240.

-, -, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Lancaster, 319, 328, 465, 589, 933, 1307;

petition of, for place of Receiver of Assessments, co. Chester and North Wales, 1320;

Receiver General Duties on Marriages, Births etc., co. Lancaster, 1041.

Kent Road, the clerk of, additional salary for, 661.

Kenton, Nath., petition of, for reward for seizing libels, 48.

-, Thomas, Army disbandment, accounts of, 394.

Kenwyn, co. Cornwall, tin-blowing house, 561.

Kenyon, Roger, deputy warden of the Mint, 979.

Keppel, Keppell. See Capel.

Keppock [? Cappoge, in Ardee barony], co. Louth, 177.

Keppoge, Heppoge, Kippoge, Clane (Carbury) barony, co. Kildare, 493, 639, 1012.

Kerby. See Kirkby.

Kerrier, co. Cornwall, hundred of, 192, 956;

steward of. See Tremayne, Sir J.;

Tremayne, L.

Kerry, county of, 262, 293, 349, 531, 582, 952, 986, 11991200, 1330, 1337.

Kerry, co. Montgomery, 1056;

manor of, 1056.

Kerwin. See Kirwan.

Kester Sound. See Clestron.

Kestle, Walter, tidesman, Bideford port, 1106.

Kething, Redmond, tidesman and boatman, Dale port, 53.

Kethinock, Kethynock, Forests [co. Carmarthen], manor or lordship of, 157, 1141.

Kethynock. See Kethinock.

Kettleby, , captain, pension for three grandchildren of, 31, 168.

Kew, co. Surrey, 265.

Key (Keye), Joseph, waiter, searcher and deputy patent searcher, Poulton port, 1343.

Keydell (Keydall), John, Page of the Robes to the Queen, 1034, 1035, 1074;

bills of, payment of, 1077, 1078.

Keye. See Key.

Keyes (Keys), , a traitor, apprehended, 1345.

-, Mary, widow, royal bounty for, 237, 245.

-, Richard, lieutenant, Irish Army officer at Limerick, 201, 243.

Keymeys, William, waiter and searcher, Chepstow, 647.

Keyre, Little. See Kyre Parva.

Keys. See Keys.

Keysers, . Mris., pension from the Queen, 1259.

Kidley, Walter, landwaiter, London port, 849.

Kidmerley Adam. See Redmarley Adam.

Kidmerly Oliver. See Redmarley Oliver.

Kidwelly, co. Carmarthen, lordship of, a Commorth payable every third year out of, 1021.

Kien (Keen, Kein, Keine), Eliz., payment assigned to, 139.

-, Rudolph, Keeper of the Closet to the King, 137, 147, 392, 393, 451, 452, 554, 5589, 821, 828, 898, 904, 973, 974, 1230, 1231, 1283, 1285;

issue to, for the Privy Purse, 40;

issue to, for secret service, 1009;

custodiam lease, forfeited lands, Ireland, 178, 392, 705;

lodgings of in Whitehall, 821.

Kifford, Judith, loan by, 914.

Kigo, James, captain, lease, lands, Archerstown, 1000.

Kilbane, Killbane, East Muskerry barony, co. Cork, 281.

Kilbenane. See Kilbonane.

Kilberry, Third Part of, Morgallion, barony, co. Meath, 178.

Kilbonane, Kilbenane, East Muskerry baroney, co. Cork, 281.

Kilbrack, Upperthird barony, co. Waterford, 959.

Kilbrew, Ratoath barony, co. Meath, 616;

Bisk of, 616.

Kilbride, Portnahinch barony, Queen's County, 1027.

Kilcaskan, Killcaskane, East Carbery barony, co. Cork, 228, 259.

Kilcock, Killock, Ikeathy and Oughterany barony, co. Kildare, 252, 315.

Kilcooly, Kilcooley, Navan barony, co. Meath, 178.

Kilcrea, Kilerea, East Muskerry barony, co. Cork, 281;

manor of, 281;

monastery of, 281.

Kilcronan, Killcorrane, Killiverane, in North Liberties of Cork, co. Cork, 1063. Errata, 1456.

Kilcullen, co. Kildare, 177.

Kilcully, Killenlly, Killeully, in North Liberties of Cork, co. Cork, 1063. Errata, 1456.

Kildare, county of, 130, 176, 177, 179, 262, 296, 317, 349, 474, 493, 639, 1012, 1107, 1228, 1234, 1332.

Kildare, Earl of. See Fitzgerald, John.

Kildee, East Carbery barony, co. Cork, 228, 259.

Kildonogha. See Killydonoghoe.

Kildonoghhinkelly, [co. Kilkenny], 994.

Kilerea. See Kilcrea.

Kilford, Killford, co. Denbigh, manor and park of, 1049.

Kiligrew. See Killigrew.

Kilkenny, county of, 160, 251, 980, 993, 994;

forfeitures in, commission for, 993.

-, co. Kilkenny, 958, 994;

Corn market, 317;

Bishops Hill and Meadow, 317.

-, West, co. Westmeath, barony of, 1013.

Kill, Kell, Muskerry barony, co. Cork, 281.

Kill Croft. See Arthuret.

Killacloyne, Barrymore barony, co. Cork, 1063.

Killacollick, Muskerry barony, co. Cork, 281.

Killadoon, Killedowan, North Salt barony, co. Kildare, 178.

Killaloe, co. Clare, bishop of. See Jones, L.;

Ryder, H.;

ferry of, 654;

see of, forfeited lands, Ireland, annexed to, 717.

Killalough, Barrymore barony co. Cork, 1063.

Killard, Cork barony, co. Cork, 190.

Killaton, co. Cornwall, manor of, wood ground in, 79.

Killbane. See Kilbane.

Killcaskane. See Kilcaskan.

Killcorrane. See Kilcronan.

Killedowan. See Killadoon.

Killeendooling, Killydooling, Barrymore barony, co. Cork, 1063.

Killegrew. See Killigrew.

Killelough, Muskerry barony, co. Cork, 281.

Killenesty, Muskerry barony, co. Cork, 1062.

Killenlly. See Kilcully.

Killeully. See Kilcully.

Killford. See Kilford.

Killgreny, Muskerry barony, co. Cork, 281.

Killicutt, , major, joined English forces on surrender of Limerick, 1007.

Killigrew, (Kiligrew, Killegrew), Charles, 168. Errata, 1448.

-, [? Charlotte], pensioner of the Queen, 1129.

-, Charlotte, pension or royal bounty for, 31, 168 (Errata, 1448), 263, 310;

bills of, payment of, 1076.

-, Henry, captain, Army pay arrears, 359.

-, -, caveat concerning B. Clougly's estate, 370.

-, -, colonel of the Second Regiment of Marines, 2256, 758.

-, -, Commissioner of Hackney Coaches, 703, 861, 1117.

-, -, Equerry to the Queen, 1035, 1075.

-, -, petition of, concerning estate of E. Robinson, 212.

-, -, royal bounty for, 1102, 1111, 1378.

-, Sir Peter, receiver general of the Duchy of Cornwall, 1064;

Pendennis Castle leased to the Crown, 157, 243, 427, 728, 1064.

-, Sir Robert, pension for, 1362.

-, Sir William, pension for, 11, 13, 194, 196, 268, 480, 481, 563, 608, 688.

-, William, petition of, to make vaults on Tower Hill, 1040.

Killina. See Killinga.

Killinga, Killina, East Carbery barony, co. Cork, 228, 259.

Killinghall, Kellingham, co. York, rents payable by free tenants of, 1019.

Killingworth, co. Warwick. See Kenilworth.

Killingworth, Luke, lands, co. Middlesex, conveyed to, 696.

Killintown, Killinstown, Corkaree barony, co. Westmeath, 177.

Killishell, [co. Cork], 190.

Killiverane. See Kilcronan.

Killken. See Cilcen.

Killkennis, Rillzennis, co. Denbigh, farm of lands in, 1051.

Killmare. See Kenmure.

Killnegartiny, Killnegurtiny. See Kilnagurteen.

Killnehumny. See Killumney.

Killock. See Kilcock.

Killossery, Killosery, Nethercorss barony, co. Dublin, Rath of, 317.

Killowen, East Muskerry barony, co. Cork, 281.

Killrobins, co. Kilkenny, 994.

Killrow. See Kilrue.

Killsey. See Barnwell.

Killumney, Killnehumny, East Muskerry barony, co. Cork, 281.

Killydonoghoe, Kellydonoghoe, Kildonogha, Barrymore barony, co. Cork, 252, 1063. Errata, 1449.

Killydooling, See Killeendooling.

Kilmacredock, Salt barony, co. Kildare, 179.

Kilmainham, co. Dublin, Royal Hospital at, 545. See also Dublin, Royal Hospital.

Kilmare, See Kenmure.

Kilmurry, Condons and Clangibbon barony, co. Cork, 1027.

Kilnagurteen, Killnegartiny, Killnegurtiny, West Muskerry barony, co. Cork, 281. Errata, 1449.

Kilne, the. See Arthuret.

Kilner, Thomas, share of prizes taken by the East India Company, 3601, 3745.

Kilrue, Killrow, Ratoath barony, co. Meath, 178.

Kilrussane, Barrymore barony, co. Cork, 1063.

Kiltartan, co. Galway, barony of, 873, 965.

Kilteel, Kilteele, South Salt barony, co. Kildare, 178.

Kilwarden, alias Kilwarning, South Salt barony, co. Kildare, 178.

Kilwarning. See Kilwarden.

Kinch, Martha, widow of Richard, husband's Excise debts, 1299.

-, Richard, distiller, Excise debts, of, 765, 1000, 1299.

King, , collector of Hearthmoney, 199.

-, Alice (Eliz.), royal bounty for, 196, 203, 650, 869, 964, 966, (Errata, 1453), 1004, 1271.

-, Ann, Canary Wines and muslins from Holland, seizure of, 54, 90.

-, Cha., captain, commander of the Releife, 1122.

-, Edward, king's waiter, London port, 781, 784.

-, -, traitor, apprehended, 1345, 1362.

-, Eliz. See King, Alice.

-, George, apprehended for robbery on the highway, 943.

-, Gregory, Lancaster Herald, 719, 1114;

carrying the Order of the Garter to the Elector of Saxony, 718, 735.

-, John, 1st Lord Kingston, caveat concerning the estate of, 657.

-, Lemuel, proposal of, for edging the money, 1432.

-, Robert, 2nd Lord Kingston, caveat concerning the estate of, 657;

payment to, by collector of Sligo, 1198.

-, -, royal bounty for, 236.

-, Sir Robert, caveat against grant to, of lands, Ireland, 657.

-, Thomas, boatman, Harwich, 324.

-, William. See Maund.

Kingdon, Lemuel, pension granted to, as in trust for the Earl of Ranelagh, 73;

farmer of the revenue, Ireland, 114.

-, Theodosia, widow, New Park lodge, New Forest, repairs to, 394, 1089;

loan by, 913

Kinghle, William Gifford, widow of, outlawed, tenements of, St. Andrew, Holborn, 136.

King's Barton. See Dudstone.

King's County, 262, 285, 349, 1027, 1189, 1337, 1347.

Kings Land. See Kingsland.

King's Norton, Norton, co. Worcester, rent for the fee farm of, 1025.

Kingsale, Lord. See Courcy, John de.

Kingsbek. See Konigsberg.

Kingsland, Kings Land, alias Kingslane, co. Hereford, manor of, 996, 10312, 1083, 11023.

Kingslane. See Kingsland.

Kingsmill, Henry, colonel, royal bounty for, 1007, 1123, 1165, 1386.

Kingston, co. Cambridge, a rent in, 1026.

-, co. Hereford. See Kingstone.

Kingston, Earl of. See Pierrepoint, William.

-, Lord. See King, John;

King, Robert.

Kingston, Alice, royal bounty for, 456, 869.

Kingston Lisle, Kingston Lesleigh, co. Berks, manor of, rent out of, 1022.

Kingston-on-Hull. See Hull.

Kingston-on-Thames, co. Surrey, land taken into Richmond Park, 369, 421;

Vicar of. See Harding, G.

Kingstown, Kingston, co. Hereford, lease of lands etc. in, 238.

Kingstown, co. Meath. See Knightstown.

Kingwell, Maurice, colonel, royal bounty for, 2378, 245, 427, 514, 639, 649, 650, 869.

Kiniard, , chaplain, going to Jamaica, royal bounty for, 456.

Kinmerch. See Cinmerch.

Kinniston, John, captain, royal bounty for, 236.

Kinnoull, Earl of. See Hay, George;

Hay, William.

Kinragh [?Keenarath], Carbery barony, co. Cork, 259.

Kinsale, co. Cork, 432, 843.

ferry at, 99, 654.

fort and garrison, master gunner for, 562, 905.

Governor of. See O'Brien, William, Earl of Inchiquin. house in, used as hospital, 344.

master attendant for the Navy at. see Clement, B.

Navy commissioner at. See Timewell, B.

navy stores for, 1297.

prizes brought into, 265, 356, 413.

See also Cork and Kinsale.

Kinvyn. See Kynvyn.

Kippagh, East Carbery barony, co. Cork, 228.

Kippoge. See Keppoge.

Kirby. See Kirkby.

Kirk. See Kirke.

Kirkandrews-upon-Esk, Kirk Andrews, co. Cumberland, 17, 486.

Carwinley Mill, Carween la Mill, 17.

Church of 486.

Dykeside, the, 17.

Hector's Homestead, 17.

manor of 343, 486.

Rose Tree Fishing. See Esk River.

Rose Trees, 27.

Kirkburton, Co. York, 287;

Bankend, Bankend, Blankend, 287. Errata, 1449.

Kirkby (Kerby, Kirby), , colonel, Governor of Chester, 69.

-, Christopher, agent for prizes, Cadiz, 12089.

-, Edward, riding surveyor, co. Sussex, goods seized by, 456, 566, 746, 889.

-, Francis, surveyor, Lynn Regis, 143, 208.

-, William, riding surveyor for the coasts of Cumberland, Lancaster, and Westmorland, 889, 9512.

Kirkby Kendal, co. Westmorland, Excise collector at, 1175.

Kirke (Kirk, Kirkes), Geo., fee farm rents, co. Lincoln, 1024.

-, Hamnet (Hamlet), Page of the Queen's Backstairs, 1034, 1074;

bill of, payment of, 1077.

-, Henry, surveyor of the Humber, 324.

-, John. See Kirke, Thomas.

-, Lady Mary, royal bounty for, as rent of house of, 35, 41, 60, 456, 717, 722, 1005, 1158.

-, Mary, house of Lady Mary inhabited by, 41, 722, 1005;

royal bounty for, 196, 203, 456, 650, 651, 885, 888, 1099, 1119, 1149, 1271.

-, Percy, colonel, a Groom of the Bedchamber, 233, 237, 1161.

-, (Percy), lieutenant-or major-general, debt of 342;

regiment of, 235, 274, 292, 470, 546, 1097, 12045, 1341;

relief of Londonderry, 99, 5467.

-, Samuel, tidesman and weigher, Yarmouth port, 90.

-, Thomas (john, Jno.), consul at Genoa, 57, 86, 1003 (Errata, 1453), 1081, 1368.

Kirkham, William. See Smith, W.

Kirkoswald, co. Cumberland, manor of, 343.

Kirruance. See Kirwan.

Kirton-in-Lindsey, co. Lincoln, lordship, manor and soke of, 296, 516, 608, 810;

courts in, profits of, belonging to Duchy of Cornwall, 810;

deputy steward. See Midwinter, W.;

farmer of. See Rayner, J.;

parcel of the Duchy of Cornwall, 424;

steward of. See Saunderson, J.;

Saunderson, N.;

tolls of fairs and market in, 810.

Kirwan (Kerwin, Kirruane), John, of Galway, wool factor, wool bonds discharged, 516, 595, 971, 981, 13289.;

father-in-law of Sir W. Blake, 981.

Kleverskirk, Sieur de, Ambassador from the States General. 1072.

Knackston, John, waiter and searcher, Wells, co. Norfolk, 1276.

Knapwell, co. Cambridge, rent for lands in, 1026.

Kneebone, Edward, tenant, Climsland Prior, 1174.

Kneller, Sir Godfrey, the King's Principal Painter, 734, 1068, 1102.

Knewstub, John, agent for Col. Lee's regiment, 1045.

Kniblo, James, chaplain, going to Maryland, issues to, 1266, 1276.

Knight, Francis, landwaiter, Bristol port, 872.

-, James, reward for apprehending highwaymen, 1217.

-, John, auditor of sede vacante temporalities, 36.

Cashier of the Customs, 5, 14, 16, 20, 22, 23 30, 41, 43, 47, 58, 61, 75, 76, 80, 97, 104, 108, 122, 134, 136, 141, 1501, 174, 182, 185, 188, 192, 197, 198, 203, 208, 211, 207, 232, 241, 260, 264, 268, 270, 274, 297, 299, 308, 311, 323, 331, 347, 350, 357, 358, 379, 390, 394, 403, 404, 411, 413, 421, 425, 428, 435, 449, 451, 459, 461, 470, 480, 490, 508, 512, 514, 525, 532, 533, 536, 559, 564, 574, 582, 588, 595, 602, 608, 611, 6112, 625, 629, 641, 642, 652, 655, 657, 662, 680, 684, 688, 706, 714, 716, 724, 746, 747, 752, 768, 769, 781, 787, 793, 798, 820, 839, 841, 843, 848, 860, 870, 874, 887, 891, 892, 924, 934, 938, 956, 967, 973, 979, 981, 998, 1014, 1068, 1073, 1082, 1084, 1095, 1113, 1125, 1137, 1138, 1157, 1194, 1198, 1217, 1231, 1234, 1236, 1240, 1252, 1261, 1271, 1275, 1313, 1317, 1340, 1395, 1398, 1402;

procuring loans on credit of House of Commons vote of 400, 000l. for the Navy, 412, 435.

Comptroller of the First Fruits and Tenths, 212, 401.

[Director of the Bank of England], 1374, 1407.

Receiver General of the Customs, 421, 712, 883.

Receiver of the Act (56 Wm. and Mary, c.7) for duties on salt etc. for securing 1, 000, 000l. loans (Million Adventure), 549.

Receiver of subscriptions for the Bank of England, 954.

loans by 772, 906, 911, 912, 917, 1210, 1443.

loans procured by, on the Exchequer in general etc., 823, 824, 1404, 1405, 1406, 1409, 1412;

issue to for, 407, 424, 1192, 1210;

petition of, for bounty for, 1393.

-, -, trustee for the Duke of Leeds, 8801.

-, Peter, lease, tenement in Duchy of Cornwall, 1253.

-, Thomas, of St. Michael, Queenhithe, grocer, annuity on life of, 1355.

-, William, Paymaster of the Million Adventure under the Act for duties on salt etc. [5 Wm. and Mary, c. 7], 786, 802, 810, 947, 1222.

-, -, reward for apprehending C. Goodman, 1345, 1362.

Knight Elington, Knight Ellington, co. Berks, manor of, rent out of, 1022.

Knightley, , traitor, apprehended, 1345.

Knightstown, Kingstown, Knitstown, Morgallion barony, co. Meath, 252, 316.

Knipe, , delivery of clippings to the Mint, 280.

Knitstown. See Knightstown.

Kniveton, George, son of Henry, waiter and searcher, Uphill, 895.

-, Henry, waiter and searcher, Uphill, 895.

Knock. See Knocke.

Knockacaragan. See Knocknahorgan.

Knockacorbally. See Knocterbally.

Knockacroghera. See Knockgrogies.

Knockagogning, Muskerry barony, co. Cork, 281.

Knockainy. See Any.

Knockalafalla. See Knockonfally.

Knockaneamealgulla. See Knockanevelquilty.

Knockaneganiff, Knockanegeniff, Muskerry barony, co. Cork, 281. Errata, 1449.

Knockanegearagh. See Knockeennagearagh.

Knockanegeniff. See Knockaneganiff.

Knockaneleigh, Knockaneleagh, East Muskerry barony, co. Cork, 281.

Knockanemore, Knockaneroe, Knockanmore, Muskerry barony, co. Cork, 1062. Errata, 1456.

Knockaneroe. See Knockanemore.

Knockaneveline, Muskerry barony, co. Cork, 281.

Knockanevelquilty [? Knockaneamealgulla, East Muskerry barony], co. Cork, 281.

Knockanmore. See Knockanemore.

Knockatreenane, knockatrimane, East Muskerry barony, co. Cork, 281.

Knockatrimane. See Knockatreenane.

Knockavullig, Knockooltig, East Muskerry barony, co. Cork, 281.

Knockbeg, Duleek barony, co. Meath, 316.

Knocke, Knock, Knocque, [dep. Reninghe], Belgium, campaign at, troops lost at, 1273, 1284.

Knockeennagearagh, Knockanegearagh, co. Cork, 281.

Knockerk, Upper Slane barony, co. Meath, 82.

Knockgogies [? Knockacroghera], both, co. Cork, 281.

Knockingen. See Knocknagin.

Knockinoss. See Knocknanuss.

Knocknagin, knockingen, Balrothery barony, co. Dublin, 319, 1007.

Knocknahilan, Knocknahilly, East Mus kerry barony, co. Cork, 281.

Knocknahorgan, Knockacaragan, North Liberties, Cork, co. Cork, 1063.

Knocknanuss, Knockinoss, East Carbery barony, co. Cork, 228, 259.

Knocknasuff, Knocknesuffe, East Muskerry barony, co. Cork, 281.

Knocknesuffe. See Knocknasuff.

Knockonfally [? Knockalafalla], Upperthird barony, co. Waterford, 959.

Knockooltig, See Knockavullig.

Knocks, East Carbery barony, co. Cork, 228, 259.

Knocque. See Knocke.

Knocterbally [? Knockacorbally, East Muskerry barony], co. Cork, 281.

Knolewood. See Mere.

Knott, Alice, caveat concerning payment for apprehending G. Higgins, 1331.

Knowesly, Thomas, tenant, Segrwyd and Cernyfed, co. Denbigh, 1052.

Knowl Wood. See Mere.

Knowlegrove Coppice. See Windsor Forest.

Knowles, , house of, near King's Gate, Holborn, notice of caveat to, 1113.

-, Peter, collector, Belfast, 901.

-, Robert, tenant, Postley Park, 1049.

-, Thomas, highwayman, 241.

Knowlewood. See Mere.

Knowling, George, and Company, shipowners, ship hired from, 659, 734.

Knox. Robert. master of the Tonqueene, 360.

-, William, clerk to the Commissioners for Stamped Vellum etc., 658.

Komorn, Comora, Comorn, Hungary, 371.

Konigsberg, Kingsbek, Konigsbek, East Prussia, ship of, 832.

Kooes, , major, of the Danish forces, 385.

Kruger, Peter, care of sick and wounded at Namur, 574.

Kynnesman, Francis, bill of, payment of, 1077.

Kynvin (Kinvyn), John, issues to, for charges of the Great Seal, 407, 408;

loan by, 433;

notice of caveat to. at Bow Lane, 657.

Kyre Parva, Little Keyre, co. Worcester, 1025.