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Index of Persons and Places: N

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Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 15, Richard II. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1970.

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Nabal’s, Knabewelle in ?Market Lavington manor, [in Sutton Benger], Wilts, 529.

Nackington, Natyndon, Kent, 218.

Nagethall or Nakethall, Essex. See Naked Hall Haw.

Nailsea, Nayllesy, Naylsy, Som, 357, 501.

Nailstone, Leics, Barton in the Beans in, q.v.

Naked Hall Haw alias Aldersbrook, Nagethall or Nakethall, in Wanstead, Essex, 991.

Naneby, Navenby, [in Market Bosworth], Leics, 960.

Nanladren, Corn. See Nansladron.

Nansladren, John, 168.

Nansladron, Nanladren, [in St. Ewe], Corn, 168.

Nansmen, Nansmyn, Corn. See Lamin.

Nanton. See Naunton.

Nantwich, Wycymalbany, barony, 166.

Napford, John de, heirs of, 788.

Napton on the Hill, Napton, Warw, 236.

Narberth, Nerberth, [Pemb], 565.
-, ……, castle and manor, 565.

Narberth, Nerberth, lordship, 565.

Narborough, Norborgh, Leics, manor and advowson, 348.

Nash, Nasshe, [in Whaddon], Bucks, 539.

Nash Hall, Asshall, in High Ongar, Essex, manor, 110.

Nashenden, Nassenden, Nassendenne, Nassynden, [in Rochester], Kent, 22–3, 25.

Nassche. See Nassh.

Nassenden, Nassendenne, Kent. See Nashenden.

Nassh, Nassche, Richard atte, 461.
-, ……, Roger, 426.

Nasshe, Bucks. See Nash.

Nassington, Nassyngton, Northants, 367.
-, ……, rector of, 367.

Nassynden, Kent. See Nashenden.

Nassyngton, Northants. See Nassington.

Natyndon, Kent. See Nackington.

Naunton, Newynton de la Wolde, Glos, parson of. See Whityngton, John de.

Naunton, Nanton, Naulton, Bartholomew, knight, 211, 622.
-, ……, …., …., and Joan his wife, daughter of John Argentem, knight, Margaret daughter of, wife of Robert de Bokenham, 672, 896–7, 899, 900, 904.
-, ……, George de, 382.

Navenby, Leics. See Naneby.

Naworth, Naward, [in Brampton], Cumb, castle, 972.

Nayler, Naylere, Adam le, and Ellen his wife and Richard his son, 404.

Nayllesy, Naylsy, Som. See Nailsea.

Neel, Richard, 73.

Neepsend, Nepesend, [in Sheffield], Yorks, 784.

Negene, [France]. See Noyon sur Andelle.

Nelme. See Elme.

Nepesend, Yorks. See Neepsend.

Nepy, Simon, 13.

Nerberth, [Pemb]. See Narberth.

Nernyte, John, knight, 178.

Ness, Great, Straungenesse, Salop, manor, 843.
-, ……, …., Kinton in, q.v.

Nessefeld, William de, escheator in Yorkshire, 598.

Neston, Little, Litelneston, [in Neston], Ches, parceners of, 166.

Netheravon, Netheraven, Netherhavene, Wilts, inquisition taken at, 462.
-, ……, manor, 583.

Netherbury, Netherbery, Dors, Hogboro’ in, q.v.

Nethercott, Nethercote, [in Swindon], Wilts, 804.
-, ……, manor, 804.

Netherhalford, Midd. See Halliford, Lower.

Nether Hall, Netherhalle, in Cherry Hinton, Cambs, manor, 828.

Netherhall, Netherhalle, in Liston, Essex, manor, 516.

Netherhavene, Wilts. See Netheravon.

Netherpadley, Nicholas son of William de, 786.

Netherseal, Chirchesheile, Chirchesheyle, [Derby], formerly in Leics, 414.
-, ……, inquisition taken at, 414.
-, ……, Campvillwode in, 414.

Netherton, Nutherton, [in Haccombe with Combe], Devon, 167.

Netherwallop, Hants. See Wallop, Nether.

Netherwent, [Monm]. See Gwent Iscoed.

Netherwitton, Witton Bythewatre, Wytton Bythewatre, Northumb, manor, 237, 287.

Netherwood, Netherwode, Nethwode, [in Thornbury], Heref, manor, 560–1.

Netley, Letteley, [Hants], abbot of, 710.

Neubald, Staffs. See Newbold.

Neubery, Berks. See Newbury.

Neubo, Lincs. See Newbo.

Neubold Verdon, Leics. See Newbold Verdon.

Neubolt, Derby. See Newbold.

Neubolt, Staffs. See Newbold.

Neubolt, John de, 767.

Neubotle, Northants. See Nobottle.

NEUBURGH, Thomas de, knight, 567, 569.
-, ……, …., …., HAWISE wife of, 567.
-, ……, …., …., JOHN, knight, son of, 568–9.
-, ……, …., …., …., John son of, 567–9.
-, ……, …., …., …., Margaret wife of, 568.

Neuby, Westm. See Newby.

Neubyggyng, Cumb. See Newbiggin.

Neudegate, William de, 509.

Neuhame, Northumb. See Newham.

Neuland, Cumb. See Newlands.

NEULOND, Nuland, HENRY DE LA, 403.
-, ……, …., Richard son of, 403.
-, ……, William de, 825.

Neuport, Isle of Wight. See Newport.

Neuport, Salop. See Newport.

Neuport Paynel, Neuport Paynell, Bucks. See Newport Pagnell.

Neuton, Norf. See Bircham Newton; Newton.

Neuton, Wode Neuton, Northants. See Woodnewton.

Neuton by Bywell, Northumb. See Newton.

Neuton Kyme, Yorks. See Newton Kyme.

Neuton. See Neweton.

Neuwenham. See Newenham.

Neuwent, Glos. See Newent.

Neuwerk, John de, mayor of Calais, 386.

Nevill, Neville, Nevyl, Nevyle, Nevyll, Nevylle, Alexander, archbishop of York, 86.
-, ……, John de, knight, Alesia wife of (Alesia lady de Nevill), 201, 516–7, 887.
-, ……, John de alias John lord de, knight, lord of Raby, 59, 159, 164, 278–9, 381, 383, 388–9, 391, 434, 750, 812, 1005.
-, ……, …., …., …., Elizabeth wife of, daughter of William de Latymer, knight, the younger, 375–7, 379–81, 383–4, 388–9, 1006–10.
-, ……, Ralph de, 145.
-, ……, Ralph alias Ralph de alias Sir Ralph, knight, 484, 486, 488.
-, ……, Richard, 175.
-, ……., Thomas de, Joan wife of, daughter of William de Furnivall, knight, 776, 778–84, 787, 791.
-, ……, lord de, 925.

Newark (Novus Locus) [in Send], Surr, prior of, 518.
-, ……, Alexander prior of, 657.

Newark upon Trent, Newerk, Notts, inquisition taken at, 296.
-, ……, proof of age taken at, 653.

New Barn, New Grange, [in Usk, Monm], manor, 558.

Newbiggin, Neubyggyng, [in Dacre], Cumb, 972.

Newbiggin, Newbiggyng by Blauncheland, [in Shotley], Northumb, 142.

Newbo, Neubo, Newebo, [in Barrowby], Lincs, abbey, abbot of, 626.
-, ……, …., advowson of, 622–3.

Newbold, Neubolt, [in Chesterfield], Derby, 768.

Newbold, Neubald, Neubolt, [in Tatenhill], Staffs, 5.
-, ……, manor, 234.

Newbold Verdon, Neubold Verdon, Leics, advowson, 789.
-, ……, manor, and the advowsons pertaining thereto, 478.

Newbury, Neubery, Nubury, Berks, 542.
-, ……, inquisitions taken at, 481, 542, 714, 757.
-, ……, proof of age taken at, 658.

Newby, Neuby, [in Morland], Westm, 302.

Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumb, 142.
-, ……, burgess of. See Penreth, Robert de.
-, ……, castle, 58, 142, 145, 181, 213, 278.
-, ……, …., inquisition taken at, 1005.
-, ……, chapel of All Saints and churchyard of St. Nicholas in, 145.
-, ……, Friars Minors and Friars Preachers of, 145.
-, ……, grant dated at, 145.
-, ……, inquisitions taken at, 61, 76, 142, 145, 289, 437, 1005.
-, ……, mayor and escheator of, 61. See also Stanhop, Richard.
-, ……, port, 145.
-, ……, Broad Chare (le Brodechere) and Calecross (le Calcros) in, 145.
-, ……, le Coke Rawe in, 61.
-, ……, le Cornmarketgate and le Denebrigge in, 145.
-, ……, Fleshewer Rawe in, 61.
-, ……, Gallowgate (Galougate), le Horsmarketgate, le Maudeleyns, the Side (le Syde) and le Souterrawe in, 145.
-, ……, Byker, Elswick and Jesmond in, q.v.

Newchurch, Newecherche, Kent, 37.
-, ……, inquisition taken at, 37.
-, ……, Maunesfeld and Newehalle in, 37.

Newchurch, Newechirche, Newechurche, Isle of Wight, 359.
-, ……, parson of. See Hill, William de la.
-, ……, Ashey, Chillingwood, Haven Street, Knighton and Lynch Copse in, q.v.

Newebo, Lincs. See Newbo.

Newecherche, Kent. See Newchurch.

Newechirche, Newechurche, Isle of Wight. See Newchurch.

Newehall, Niwehall, Nuwehall, Andrew atte, 731, 735.
-, ……, Thomas, and Richard his son, subdeacon, 888.

Neweham, Devon. See Newenham.

Neweland, Yorks. See Newland.

Newelond, Essex. See Newland.

Newelyn, Master William, master and maker of the king’s guns at Calais, 208.

Newemarche, Ralph, 229.

Newenham, Neweham, [in Axminster], Devon, abbot of, 168.

Newenham, Glos. See Newnham.

Newenham, Neuwenham, Clemency, 178.
-, ……, Thomas, 337.

Newent, Neuwent, Glos, 288.
-, ……, alien priory, 288.
-, ……, inquisitions taken at, 130, 288, 954.

Newenton, Kent. See Newington next Sittingbourne.

Newenton, Northants. See Woodnewton.

Newenton, Suff. See Newton.

Newenton, Colde, Glos. See Newington Bagpath.

Neweport, Glos. See Newport.

Neweport, William, lord of Clopton, 505.

Newerk, Notts. See Newark upon Trent.

Neweton, Monm. See Shirenewton.

Neweton by Sudbury, Essex [rectius Suff]. See Newton near Sudbury.

Neweton, Neuton, John de, Joan wife of, 1004.
-, ……, William de, warden of the goods of Whitchurch church, 894.
-, Cf. Newynton.

New Grange, [Monm]. See New Barn.

Newham, Neuhame, [in Bamburgh], Northumb, 142.
-, ……, manor, 181.

Newington Bagpath, Colde Newenton, Glos, manor, 687.

Newington next Sittingbourne, Newenton, Kent, 218.
-, ……, Lucy and Tracy in, q.v.

Newland [in Roxwell], Newelond in Writele, Essex, manor, 403.

Newland, Neweland, [in Kingston upon Hull], Yorks, 577.

Newlands, Neuland, [in Sebergham], Cumb, 972.

Newlyn East, Corn, Degembris in, q.v.

Newmarket, Cambs, inquisitions taken at, 116, 240, 987.

Newnham, Newenham, Glos, inquisition taken at, 669.

Newport, Neweport, [in Alkington], Glos, inquisition taken at, 687.

Newport, Neuport, Isle of Wight, inquisitions taken at, 43, 994.

Newport, Neuport, Salop, inqusitions taken at, 415, 689.

Newport Pagnell, Neuport Paynel, Neuport Paynell, Bucks, inquisitions taken at, 376, 497.

Newstead, Newsted, [in Bamburgh], Northumb, manor, 181.
-, ……, Hotlaw in, q.v.

Newton, Neuton by Bywell, [in Bywell St. Peter], Northumb, 142.

Newton, Neuton, [in Horsham St. Faith], Norf, 129.

Newton, Newenton, [in Swilland], Suff, 619.

Newton Bushel, Nyweton Busshell, [in Highweek], Devon, 78.
-, ……, inquisition taken at, 78.

Newton by the Sea [in Embleton], Northumb, manor, 289, 437.

Newton Kyme, Neuton Kyme, Yorks, manor, 431.

Newton near Sudbury, Neweton by Sudbury, Essex [rectius Suff], 616.

Newton, North, Northnyweton, [in North Petherton], Som, 68.
-, ……, …., The Clos, The Colverfeld and Hay Moor (Haymor) in, 68.

Newton, Old, Suff, Dagworth in, q.v.

Newtown, [Mont], 556.

Newynton de la Wolde, Glos. See Naunton.

Newynton, Robert de, 17.
-, Cf. Neweton.

Nicholas …., [of Bamford], 783.
-, ……, [of Caldicot], 793.

Nightgale, Nightegale, Henry, the younger, and Agnes his wife, 354.
-, ……, Stephen, 352.

Niwehall. See Newehall.

Noaks, la Noke, Nokes in Broxash hundred, [in Avenbury], Heref, 506, 560–1, 798.

Nobottle, Neubotle, [in Great Brington], Northants, 176.

Noddon, Nottedon, [in Bigbury], Devon, 168.

Nodetorre, Corn. See Notter.

Noion, [France]. See Noyon sur Andelle.

Noke, Oxon, manor and advowson, 806.

Noke, la, Nokes in Broxash hundred, Heref. See Noaks.

Noker, Thomas alias Thomas atte, citizen and draper of London, 190, 404.

Nonneapilton, Yorks. See Appleton, Nun.

Noon, Edmund, and his wife, formerly wife of John Verdon, 618–9.

Norborgh, Leics. See Narborough.

Norcott, Northcote, [in Northchurch, Herts], 178.

Nordley Regis, Nordeley, Nordleye, [in Alveley], Salop, 300, 979.

Noreys. See Norreys.

Norfolk, county, 622, 886–7.
-, ……, escheator in, 210, 901, 906.
-, ……, issues of, 610.
-, ……, sheriff of, 607–8.

Norfolk, earldom, barony of, 605, 608–9.
-, ……, countess of. See Mareschall.
-, ……, earl of. See Brotherton.

Norgrove, Northegrave, Northgrave, in Feckenham, Worcs, 162, 830.
-, ……, Ruyfeld (le Ruyefeld) and le Wynmilhull (le Wynmullehull) in, 162, 830.

Norhampton, Northants. See Northampton.

Norhamton, John, clerk, 981.

Normandy, France, 657.

Normanton, Rut, 925–6.
-, ……, advowson, 925.
-, ……, parson of. See Buntyng, Ralph.

NORMAUND, Normaunde, JOHN, 404.
-, ……, …., Maud wife of, later wife of Alan alias Alexander Sprot, citizen and butcher of London, 404.
-, ……, …., …., Christina daughter of, wife of Nicholas de Perndon, citizen and girdler of London, 404.
-, ……, …., Robert alias Robert le Frenssh son of, and John Frenssh his son, 404.

Norreys, Noreys, John, [of Cambridgeshire], and Margery his wife, 369.
-, ……, …., [of Essex], 291.

Nortflete, Kent. See Northfleet.

North, Thomas, of Thomley, 496.

Northallerton, Yorks, inquisitions taken at, 573–4.

Northampton, Norhampton, Northants, Augustinian friars of, 134. See also Payn, Thomas.
-, ……, hospital of St. David (hospitalis Dewysie) by. See Kingsthorpe.
-, ……, inquisitions taken at, 29, 47, 134, 179, 194, 256, 384, 580, 683, 949–50.
-, ……, priory of St. Andrew in, 134.
-, ……, proof of age made at, 655.
-, ……, writs dated at, 319–21, 323, 350, 354–5, 357, 450.

Northampton, county, escheators in, 89, 91, 134, 490, 655, 950. See also Carnels, John; Chaumbre, Roger del; Warde, Simon; Wydevill, John.
-, ……, sheriff of, 418.

Northampton, earl of, 379.

Northaugh, Ralph de, 211, 622.

Northbarsham, Norf. See Barsham, North.

Northbovy, Devon. See Bovey, North.

Northcave, Yorks. See Cave, North.

Northchurch, Herts, Norcott in, q.v.

Northcote, [Herts]. See Norcott.

Northdalton, Yorks. See Dalton, North.

Northegrave, Worcs. See Norgrove.

Northeoseneye, Oxon. See Osney, North.

Northfield, Warw, formerly in Worcs, Weoley in, q.v.

Northfleet, Northflete, Nortflete, Kent, 231.

Northgate, Oxon, hundred, (hundred beyond the North Gate of Oxford), 314.

Northgeveldale. Yorks. See Givendale, Great.

Northgrave, Worcs. See Norgrove.

NORTHGROVE, Northgrave, ELIZABETH alias ELIZABETH DE, 161–2, 830–1.
-, ……, …., WILLIAM son of (called both William Northgrove and William atte Rudyng), 161–2, 570, 830–1.
-, ……, …., …., Isabel sister of, wife of Robert Ruydyng, Katharine daughter of (also called sister of William Northgrove), wife of Richard Beaumont, 570, 830–1.
-, ……, …., …., …., Maud daughter of (also called sister of William Northgrove), wife of Richard Avenell, 570, 830–1.

North Hill, Northhill, Corn, 168.

Northill, Beds, Beeston in, q.v.

Northleach, Northlecch, Glos, Hampnett by, q.v.

Northlew, Lyu, Northlieu, Devon, 167.
-, ……, manor, 524.

Northlodebrok, Devon. See Ludbrook, North.

Northmoor, le Northmore, [in Askerton in Lanercost], Cumb, 972.

Northnyweton, Som. See Newton, North.

Northrug, Robert, and Isabel his wife, 41.

Northtodenham, Norf. See Tuddenham, North.

Northtoft, Nortoft, Edmund, 616.
-, ……, William de, 619.

Northumberland, county, 377.
-, ……, court of, 58.
-, ……, escheators in, 59, 76, 412, 656. See also Curwen, Gilbert de, knight; Derwentwater, John de, knight.
-, ……, sheriff of, 142, 181, 271, 411.

Northumberland, earl of, 58, 142, 431, 435, 1008. See also Percy.

Northwode, Suss. See North Wood.

Northwode Chasteneres, Northwodechasteners, Kent. See Norwood.

NORTHWODE, Northwod, John, 887.
-, ……, Roger de, knight, 131.
-, ……, …., …., Agnes wife of, 131.
-, ……, …., …., JOHN, knight, son of, 130–1, 219.
-, ……, …., …., …., James son of, 131.
-, ……, …., …., …., Joan wife of, 131.
-, ……, …., …., …., Roger son of, 130–1.
-, ……, …., …., …., William son of, 131.
-, ……, …., …., Roger, knight, son of, Roger son of, and Margaret his wife, later wife of John Barry, 131.
-, ……, William, 887.

Northwodeshepeye, Kent. See Norwood.

Northwold, Northwolde, Norf, 210, 621.

Northwood, Norwode, [in Brampton], Cumb, 972.

North Wood, Northwode, [?in Eartham], Suss, 664.

Nortoft. See Northtoft.

Norton, [Rad], 560–1.

Norton, lordship, 560–1.

Norton, Blo, Blonorton, Norf, 73.
-, ……, …., Brome and Semere in, q.v.

Norton Canes, Norton, Staffs, 416.

Norton, Chipping, Chepyngnorton, Oxon, inquisitions taken at, 225, 725.

Norton, Cold, Norton, Essex, manor, 886–7.

Norton, East, Norton, Leics, 715.
-, ……, …., Parmonter of, q.v.

Norton, Green’s, Norton, Northants, sheriff’s tourn at, 949.

Norton in Hales, Salop, manor, 415.

Norton, King’s, Norton, Worcs, manor, 540.

Norton Subcourse, Norton, Norf, 129.

Norton, John de, parson of Benacre, 410.
-, ……, Ralph de, sheriff of Wilts, 81.
-, ……, Robert de, 892.
-, Cf. Blonorton.

Nortstanbrugge, Essex. See Stambridge, Little.

Norwich, bishop of, 318, 729.

Norwich, Norwyc, Norf, castle, 126, 554, 606, 608, 622.
-, ……, inquisitions taken at, 73, 393, 618, 673, 676, 772, 899, 901.
-, ……, prior of, 129.
-, ……, St. Giles’s hospital, master of, 618.
-, ……, Fye Bridge in, q.v.

Norwico, Norwyco, John de, 619.
-, ……, …., grandfather of William de Ufford, earl of Suffolk, 210, 621.
-, ……, Thomas de, Katherine Breux daughter of, 210–1.
-, ……, …., Margaret sister of, son of. See Ufford, William de, earl of Suffolk.
-, ……, Walter de, Margaret wife of, 211, 622.

Norwode, Cumb. See Northwood.

Norwood, Northwodeshepeye, [in Eastchurch], Kent, manor, 131.

Norwood, Northwode Chasteneres, Northwodechasteners, [in Milton Regis], Kent, manor, 131, 219.

Norwyc, Norf. See Norwich.

Norwyco. See Norwico.

Nosterfield, Nostrefeld, [in Shudy Camps], Cambs, 259.

Not, John, mayor and escheator of London, 113.

Notelyn. See Nottelyn.

Notestede, Notestede by Rochester, Kent. See Nurstead.

Notewill, Devon. See Nutwell.

Nothamstede, Herts. See Nuthampstead.

Notley, Nottele, [in Long Crendon], Bucks, abbot of, 178.

Notley, Black, Essex, Slamsey in, q.v.

Notley, White, Whitenottele, Whytenotele, Essex, 616, 619.

Nottedon, Devon. See Noddon.

Nottele, Bucks. See Notley.

NOTTELYN, Notelyn, John, 50.
-, ……, …., JOHN son of, 50.
-, ……, …., Thomas brother of, Hugh son of, 50.

Notter, Nodetorre, [in St. Stephens by Saltash], Corn, 168.

Nottingham, Notyngham, Notts, inquisitions taken at, 71, 321, 325, 485, 641, 771.
-, ……, writ dated at, 1021.

Nottingham, county, escheator in, 71–2, 653, 963.

Nottingham, Notyngham, earls of, 850, 938. See also Mowbray.

Notton, William de, 266.

Notyngham, Notts. See Nottingham.

Notyngham. See Nottingham.

Notyngham, Henry de, heirs of, 324.

Noweys, John de, knight, 314.

Nowyngton, Corn. See Fawton.

Noyon sur Andelle, Negene, Noion, [France dép. Eure, now Charleval], prior of, 96, 99, 805.

Nubury, Berks. See Newbury.

Nuland. See Neulond.

Nuneaton, Nuneton, Warw, inquisitions taken at, 649, 832.

Nunehuyde, Bucks. See Pitstone Neyrnut.

Nuneton, Warw. See Nuneaton.

Nunkeeling, Yorks, Bewholme in, q.v.

Nurstead, Notestede, Notestede by Rochester, Kent, 854.
-, ……, manor, 854.

Nuthall, Notts, Hempshill in, q.v.

Nuthampstead, Nothamstede, [in Barkway], Herts, manor, 202.

Nutherstratton, Som. See Stratton, Nether.

Nutherton, Devon. See Netherton.

Nuthurst, Suss, Sedgewick in, q.v.

Nutwell, Notewill, [in Woodbury], Devon, manor, 746.

Nuwehall. See Newehall.

Nyter, Thomas, 731.

Nyweton Busshell, Devon. See Newton Bushel.