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Index of Persons and Places: N

Pages 648-653

Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, Volume 17, Richard II. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1988.

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Naburne (unidentified), Lincs, 522

Nackington (Nattyngdon), Kent, 1227

Nafferton (Naffreton, Naffretonhall) [in Ovingham], Northumb, 632, 634

Nahillyn, Thomas, chaplain, 422

Nailsea (Naillesy, Naylsy), Som, 787, 869

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

Naldefeld see Northfield

Napton on the Hill (Napton), Warw, 771
-, manor, 1088

Napton, John, 771, 1088

Narford (Nareford, Narforde, Nereford, Nerford), Alice de (Nevill), 508-12, 1033
-, John, knight, son of, and Margary his daughter, 508-10
-, Parnel de, 1209-10
-, Thomas, and Elizabeth his daughter and Elizabeth (Perrers) his wife, 379

Naseby (Navesby), Northants, inquisition taken at, 350

Nashenden (Nasshynden) [in Rochester], Kent, manor, 145

Nasse see Noss

Nassh (Nayssh), James, 624-5
-, Cf. Ayssh

Nasshynden see Nashenden

Nasstoke see Navestock

Nasyng see Nazeing

Nate Wood (Natewode) [in Folkington], Sussex, 1311

Nateby [in Kirkby Stephen], Westm, manor, 13

Nategrave see Notgrove

Natele see Netley

Natewode see Nate Wood

Nattyngdon see Nackington

Naunton, Glos, Harford in, q.v.

Navenby (Navemby), Lincs, inquisition taken at, 219, 239, 244

Navenby Mere [in Navenby], Lincs, 331

Navesby see Naseby

Navestock (Nasstoke, Navestoke), Essex, 1212
-, manor, 419, 682

Naworth (Naward) [in Brampton], Cumb, castle, 1324

Nayland (Neyland, Neylond), Essex and Suff [now Suff], 249
-, court and leet, 249
-, manor, 247, 249
-, market, 249

Naylsy see Nailsea

Nayssh see Nassh

Nazeing (Nasyng), Essex, 1017
-, Langridge in, q.v.

Necton, William de, 1210

Neel, Stephen, 429

Neen Savage (Nene Savage), Salop, 1214
-, Stepple in, q.v.

Neen Sollars (Nien Solers, Solers Neen), Salop, 1214
-, advowson of, 1214

Neenton (Neynton), Salop, 1214

Nene see Neen

Nerecchich see Neroch

Nereford, Nerford see Narford

Neroch (Nerecchich), forest, 1195

Nesfeld (Nessefeld), Thomas de, 22
-, William de, escheator in Yorkshire, 28

Ness, Great (Nessestraunge), Salop, manor, 1100

Nesse see Nesses

Nessefeld see Nesfeld

Nesses, The (Nesse) [in Wistow], Yorks, 842

Nessestraunge see Ness

Nessewyk see Neswick

Neston, [Ches], manor, 865

Neswich (Nessewyk) [in Bainton], Yorks, 1320

Netelcombe see Nettlecombe

Netelham see Nettleham

Netheravon (Netherhavene), Wilts, 870

Netherbolynghop see Bullingham

Netherburgh see Brough

Netherbury, Dors, Loscombe and Mangerton in, q.v.

Netherclaybrok, Netherclaybrook see Claybrooke

Netherdown, Lower (Netherdoun) [in Weare Gifford], Devon, 5

Netheretyndon see Ettington

Netherewhytache see Whitacre

Nethergorther see Gorther

Netherhavene see Netheravon

Netherheyford see Heyford

Netherley (Netherleigh), [in Mathon], Heref, 1213

Nethershukkeburgh see Shuckburgh

Netherwood (Netherwode) [in Thornbury], Heref, manor, 1206
-, park, 1206
-, parker of. See Kylmeston, William

Netilbed see Nettlebed

Netley (Natele) [in Hound], Hants, 1120

Netley Marsh (Natele) [in Eling], Hants, 752

Nettilton see Nettleton

Nettlebed (Netilbed), Oxon, 851

Nettlecombe (Netelcombe), Som, 422

Nettleham (Netelham), Lincs, 843

Nettlestead (Nettlestede), Kent, 229, 1273

Nettleton (Nettilton), Lincs, 1313
-, manor, 1313
-, Hardwick in, q.v.

Neubotell, Alexander, 556
-, Andrew, 236, 1282
-, Sarah de (Clendon), and Richard her son and Thomas his son, 454

Neubotle see Newbottle

Neubroc, Robert, 1231

Neuby see Newby

Neuham see Newham

NEULAND, JOHN, and William his son, 99-100

Neuland see Newland

Neuport see Newport

Neusom see Newsholme

Neusome, William de, 22
-, Cf. Newsham

Neuton see Neweton; Newton; Westnewton

Neville of Raby (Nevyle), lady, 120
-, lord, 66

NEVILLE (Nevile, Nevill, Nevyle, Nevyll, Neyll), Alice, 772
-, Alice, lady Neville of Raby, 379
-, Gilbert de, knight, and Elizabeth (Warr) his daughter, 1312
-, Hugh de, 1212
-, John (Lincs), 951-2
-, John (Northants), 906
-, John, of Faldingworth, 1245
-, John, of Sherwood, 1019
-, John de, and Euphemia (Heselarton) his sister and Ralph his son, 358
-, John de, of Essex, knight, 508-12
-, ALICE (Narford) wife of, 508-12, 1033
-, Peter, 772
-, Ralph (Cumb), 1247
-, Ralph de (Northumb), 150
-, Ralph de (Yorks), 97
-, Ralph de, 1246
-, John alias John de, knight, lord Neville of Raby, son of, 253, 528, 694-8, 936, 1057, 1246
-, ELIZABETH baroness Latimer (Willughby) wife of, 253, 694-8, 936
-, Ralph alias Ralph de, knight, lord Neville of Raby, earl of Westmorland, son of, 694-8, 1057, 1246
-, Joan (Beauford, Ferrers) wife of, 855
-, Ralph de, knight (Yorks), 22, 253
-, Ralph de, lord Neville of Raby, 128
-, William, knight, son of, and Elizabeth (Waleys) his wife, 128
-, Robert, knight, 22
-, Thomas alias Thomas de, knight, lord Furnivall, 253, 639-40
-, Joan (Furnivall) wife of, 253

New College see under Oxford

New Forest, 921, 1120

New Park (le Newepark) [in Skipton], Yorks, 22

Newark (Newerk), Notts, 252
-, castle, 1131-2
-, inquisition taken at, 65

Newark (Newark by Guldford, Novo Loco) [in Send], Surrey, prior of, 1301, 1310

Newbiggin (Newbygyng) [in Croglin], Cumb, 1324

Newbiggin (Newbygyng) [in Dacre], Cumb, 1324

Newbiggin (Newebiggyng by Blauncheland) [in Shotley], Northumb, 876

Newbiggin (Newbyggyng), Westm, manor, 13

Newborough (Newbury, Newebury) [in Bengeworth], Worcs, 718
-, manor, 740

Newbottle (Neubotle), Northants, manor, 350
-, Charlton in, q.v.

Newbrough (Neweburgh) [in Coxwold, Yorks], prior of, 124

Newbury (Newebury, Nieubury), Berks, 706, 873, 978, 1022
-, inquisition taken at, 21, 706, 721, 978, 1022, 1105

Newbury see Newborough

Newby [in Irthington], Cumb, 1324

Newby (Neuby) [in Stokesley], Yorks, 1079, 1150

Newbygyng, Newbyggyng see Newbiggin

Newcastle (Newecastell) [in Old Radnor, Rad], 1213

Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumb, 150, 251, 481, 697, 877
-, castle, 150, 1246
-, inquisition taken at, 56, 250, 254-5, 480
-, charter dated at, 481
-, churches:
-, St Andrew, 481
-, St Nicholas, 481, 877
-, churchyard, 150
-, inquisition taken at, 251, 481, 697, 877, 1149, 1249-51
-, mayor of, 251
-, mill, 481
-, places in:
-, Bear Market Gate (Beremarketgate, le Beremarketgate), 877, 1250
-, Black Friars (Friars Preachers), 150
-, Broad Chare (Bradechare, le Brodechere), 877, 1250
-, Burn Bank (le Burnbank), 150
-, Cale Cross (le Calecross), 1250
-, Castle Field (le Castelfeld), 877, 1250
-, Castle Gate (la Chastelyate), 150
-, Close, The (la Cloos), 481
-, Cloth Market Gate (Clathmarketyate), 1250
-, Cowgate, 481
-, ‘Cukstelbothes’, 1250
-, Dean Bridge (la Denbrighend, Denebrig, le Denebrigg), 150, 481, 877, 1250
-, ‘Dyngescher’, 481
-, Flesher Gate (Fleschewergate, la Fleswergate), 150, 481
-, Friars Chare (le Freremenourchar, le Freremenourchere), 481
-, Gallowgate (Galougate), 877
-, ‘Galtregate’, 1250
-, Grindon Chare (Gryndoucher), 481
-, Horse Market Gate (Horsmarketgate), 877
-, ‘Linnischer’, ‘Lynescher’, 150, 481
-, Magdalen hospital (la Maudeleyns, le Maudeleyns, la Maudelyns), 150, 481, 877, 1250
-, New Gate, 1250
-, Painter Heugh, The (le Payntourhugh, la Peynturhugh), 150, 481
-, Palesters Chare (Palstonchare), 1250
-, Pant, The (le Panter), 481
-, ‘le Pedderode’, 481
-, Pilgrim Street (Pilgromstret, Pilgrymstrete), 251, 1250
-, Pilgrim Street Gate (Pilgremstrete Jete, Pilgrimstretyate), 150, 481, 877
-, Pold Hall (la Pollidhall), 150, 481
-, Raton Raw (Raturnrawe), 150
-, Sadlergate (Sadelergate), 481
-, Side, The (la Side, le Side), 150, 1250
-, Sidgate (le Sidegate, Sydegate), 150, 481, 1250
-, Skinner Gate (la Skynnergate), 150, 251, 1250
-, ‘la Taveren’, 150
-, West Gate (Westgate, Westjate, la Westyate), 150, 481, 1250
-, White Friars Gate (le Whitefrereyate), 1250
-, port, 697
-, Byker, Cramlington, Elswick, Heaton, Jesmond, Pandon, Sandyford Flat and Whitehall in, q.v.

Newchurch, IOW, Hants, Chillingwood, Cleaveland, Haven Street and Knighton in, q.v.

Newchurch (Newcherche), Kent, 1239

Newcott (Nunnyngcote) [in Clayhidon], Devon, 5

Newcourt (Newecourt) [in Charing], Kent, 229, 1273

Newdraght see Draught

Newebiggyng see Newbiggin

Neweburgh see Newbrough

Newebury see Newborough; Newbury

Newecastell see Newcastle

Newecourt see Newcourt

Newehall see Newhall

Neweland, Newelond see Newland

Newemarket see Newmarket

Newenham see Newnham

Newent, Glos, prior of, 1215
-, proof of age taken at, 274
-, Gorsley in, q.v.

Newenton see Newington; Newton

Newepark see New Park

Neweport see Newport

Newerk see Newark

NEWETON (Neuton), Thomas, 428, 577, 883, 889, 957-8, 1017, 1074-8
-, AMY once called Emmota (Payn) wife of, 428, 577, 883, 888-90, 957-8, 1074-8

Neweton see Newton

Newhall, Derb [in Stapenhill now in Staffs], 1066

Newhall (Newehall) [in Thurlaston], Leics, manor, 124

Newham (Neuham) [in Whalton], Northumb, manor, 250

Newington (Newynton) [in Folkestone hundred], Kent, manor, 401
-, Combe in, q.v.

Newington Bagpath (Newenton), Glos, 1215

Newington Lucy (Newton Lucy) [in Newington in Milton hundred], Kent, manor, 967

Newington, South (Newenton, Newenton Jewell), Oxon, 466, 872

Newland (Neweland) [in Wootton Glanvilles], Dors, manor, 854

Newland (Newelond), Heref [?recte Glos], 1213

Newland (Neuland) [in Drax], Yorks, 100, 474

Newlands (le Newland in the forest of Inglewod) [in Sebergham], Cumb, 1324

Newlyn, Corn, Trevean in, q.v.

Newmarket (Newemarket), Cambs, inquisition taken at, 513, 687

Newnham (Newenham) [in Goldington], Beds, prior of, 777

Newnham (Newenham), Glos, manor, 1029

Newnham (Newenham), Kent, 393
-, Shulland in, q.v.

Newnham (Nywenham) [in Cambridge], Suff [recte Cambs], 1210

Newnham (Nywenham) [in Sutton Veny], Wilts, 761

Newnham Barton (Nywenham, Nywenham by Chitelhamholt) [in Chulmleigh], Devon, manor, 5

Newnham Murren (Newenham, Newenham Moreyne, Newenham Moryn), [in Crowmarsh], Oxon, 476, 851, 872

Newport (Neweport) [in Alkington], Glos, inquisition taken at, 298

Newport (Neuport, Neuport in the March of Wales, Novus Burgus), [Monm], 208, 1278
-, castle, 208, 227, 570, 1278
-, extent made at, 227
-, inquisition taken at, 208, 570, 1278
-, lordship, 227, 1278

Newport (Neuport), [Monm], hundred, 208

Newport (Neuport), Salop, 235
-, inquisition taken at, 95

Newport Pagnell (Neuport Paynell, Newport Paynell, Newportpaynell), Bucks, 1135
-, inquisition taken at, 367, 776
-, manor, 367

Newsam, Temple (Templenewsom) [in Whitkirk], Yorks, 1150

Newsham (Neusome in Broghton Light) [in Kirby Ravensworth], Yorks, 253

Newsham, William, 275
-, Cf. Neusome

Newsholme (Neuson) [in Keighley], Yorks, 22

Newstead (Newstead near Staunford) in Stamford, [Lincs], prior of, 281

Newton (Newenton by Bokeland) in Buckland, Berks, 1283

Newton (unidentified), Heref and the March of Wales, 1213

Newton, Lincs, 843

Newton (Neuton, Neweton by Godyngton), Northants, 733, 737, 837, 972

Newton (Little Newton by Corbrigg, Neweton by Bywell) in Bywell, Northumb, 150, 876

Newton (le Neweton) [in Edlingham], Northumb, 632, 634

Newton [in Cottingham], Yorks, 842

Newton (unidentified), parson of. See Broghton, Thomas de

Newton Abbot [in Wolborough], Devon, inquisition taken at, 154

Newton Blossomville (Newenton, Newenton Blosmevill, Newenton Blosmevyll, Newynton), Bucks, 653-4, 982, 1275
-, manor, 200-201, 1274-5
-, park, 200, 1274

Newton Bromswold (Newton), Northants, 837

Newton Bushel (Nyweton Busschel) [in Highweek], Devon, inquisition taken at, 55

Newton by the Sea (Neweton by the Sea) [in Embleton], Northumb, manor, 254, 566, 876
-, mill, 876

Newton Ferrers (Newton Ferres), Devon, manor, 374
-, Puslinch in, q.v.

Newton Longville (Newenton, Newenton Longevill, Newenton Longeville, Newenton Longevyle, Newton Longvyle), Bucks, 223, 1275, 1288-9
-, church, 1288
-, manor, 1283
-, parson of. See Wysebech, John
-, priory, advowson and prior of, 223, 1275

Newton, Lower (Nuweton) [in Zeal Monachorum], Devon, 5

Newton Morrell (Newton Morell) [in Barton], Yorks, 97

Newton, North (Newton Plecy, Newton Pleycy) [in North Petherton], Som, 1195
-, advowson of free chapel, 1230

Newton on Trent (Newton), Lincs, 1153

Newton Regis (Kynges Neuton, Kyngesneuton), Warw, 1068, 1252

Newton St Petrock, Devon, Hole, East or West in, q.v

Newton, Shire (Neuton, Neweton), Monm, 1029
-, advowson of, 1047

Newton, South, Wilts, Chilhampton, Stoford and Wishford, Little, in, q.v.

Newton upon Ouse, Yorks, Linton upon Ouse in, q.v.

Newton Valence (Neweton Valence), Hants, manor, 693

Newton see Newington

Newynton see Newington; Newton

Neyland see Nayland

Neyll see Nevill

Neylond see Nayland

Neynton see Neenton

Neythyon, Setth see Swydd Dinieithon

Nicoll (Nichol), Robert, 1252
-, Thomas, 131

Nieubury see Newbury

Nien see Neen

Noakes, The (Noke) [in Bredenbury], Heref, 1206

NOBLE, WILLIAM, and Maud (Blome) his wife and William their son, 101

Nocton, baron of, 86

Noion see Noyon

Noke (Ake, Oke), Oxon, 872
-, advowson of, 82

Noke, John atte, 586

Noke see Noakes

Nony see Nunney

Noon (Noun), Edmund, knight, 520, 612, 1005
-, Isabel wife of, 520, 612
-, William, 1224

Norcott (Northcote) [in Preston], Glos, 228, 1279
-, manor, 1085, 1090

Norcott (Northcote) [in Northchurch], Herts, manor, 70

Noreys see Norreys

Norfolk, county, 1209
-, escheator in. See Wynter, John

Norfolk, countess of, 125-6, 503; see also Marshal, Margaret

Norfolk (Northfolch), duchess of, 1006
-, duke of, 1159, 1313; see also Mowbray, Thomas

Norhampton see Northampton

Normanby, Lincs, Owmby in, q.v.

Normanby, Yorks, Thornton Riseborough in, q.v.

Normanby [in Ormesby], Yorks, 1150

Normanby le Wold (Normanby Claxby), Lincs, 893
-, mill, 893

Normandy, 285, 821

Normanton [in Bottesford], Leics, 410, 517

Normanton (Norton) [in Wilsford], Wilts, 870

Norreys (Noreys), Geoffrey, 224, 1280
-, Richard, 1291

Norridge (Norygge) [in Upton Scudamore], Wilts, 761, 870

Nortcherche see Northchurch

North Court (Halle) in Swingfield, Kent, 401

North End (le Northende) [in Garsington], Oxon, 156

North End (Northende of Derset) in Burton Dassett, Warw, 1088

North Wood (Northwode) [in Ridgmont], Beds, manor, 661

North, Thomas, 918
-, William, 1244

Northall (le Northall), Lincs, manor, 423

Northampton (Norhampton), Northants, 1164
-, castle, 46
-, inquisition taken at, 46
-, inquisition taken at, 10, 79, 119, 133, 257, 265, 635, 657, 711, 737, 959, 972, 1165, 1295
-, reeves of, 46
-, shops in, 46

Northampton, county, 140, 1237
-, escheator in. See Chiselden, Robert
-, sheriff of, 454, 935

Northampton, earl of. See Bohun, Humphrey and William de

Northasshelee see Ashley

Northaston see Aston

Northbirlyngham see Burlingham

Northborough (Northburgh), Northants, 837

Northbovy see Bovey

Northbraden see Bradon

Northburgh see Northborough

Northbyrlyngham see Burlingham

Northchardeford see Charford

Northchurch (Nortcherche), Herts, 70
-, Maudeleyns and Norcott in, q.v.

Northcote [in Tiverton], Devon, 5

Northcote see Norcott

Northcotes see Coates

Northcott Barton (Northecote) [in Ashreigney], Devon, 949

Northcotum see Cottam

Northecote see Northcott

Northecryk see Creake

Northende see North End

Northepederton see Petherton

Northfambregge see Fambridge

Northfarham see Fareham

Northfield (Northfeld), Bucks [recte Worcs], manor, 367
-, Weoley in, q.v.

Northfield (la Naldefeld by Henle) in Henley upon Thames, Oxon, 1248

Northfolch see Norfolk

Northgevedale see Givendale

NORTHGROVE, William, and Elizabeth his daughter, 667
-, JOAN wife of, 666-8
-, Katharine (Beaumont) and Maud (Avenell) daughters of, 666-7
-, William son of, 667

Northill (Northull), Corn, church, 953

Northkelsey see Kelsey

Northkyme see Kyme

Northleigh, Devon, Smallicombe in, q.v.

Northluffenham see Luffenham

Northmoor (Northmore) [in Lanercost], Cumb, 1324

Northmymmys see Mimms

Northorpe, Lincs, 1293

Northperot, Northperrret see Perrott

Northpole see Pool

Northreppys see Repps

Northriston see Reston

Northrouseby see Rauceby

Northstaynton see Stainton

Northsweye see Sway

Northtauton see Tawton

Northtodenham see Tuddenham

Northtofftys, Northtoft see Nortofts

Northull see Northill

Northumberland, county, escheator in. See Mounceux, Amand
-, sheriff of, 322

Northumberland, earl of, 90, 768, 772; see also Percy, Henry de

Northwelde see Weald

Northweston see Weston

Northwill (unidentified) [?in or near Silverton], Devon, 1187

Northwod see Northwood

Northwode see North Wood; Northwood

Northwokyndon see Ockendon

Northwood (Northwod, Northwode), Agnes (Grandisson), 470
-, Roger son of, 470
-, John, knight, son of, and Roger his son, 470, 472
-, Robert, and Agnes his daughter, 400
-, Roger de, knight, 393

Northwych, John, vicar of Epping, 1110

Northwythum see Witham

Nortoft (Northtoft) [in Guilsborough], Northants, manor, 1312

Nortofts (Northtofftys) [in Finchingfield], Essex, manor, 66

Norton (Norton by Stoke Flemyng, Norton Fitz Stephen) [in Dartmouth], Devon, 1187
-, manor, 5

Norton, Kent, 393

Norton (unidentified), Norf, 1209

Norton, [Rad], 1214

Norton [in Culmington], Salop, 1178

Norton, Suff, 1210

Norton Bavant (Norton Bavent), Wilts, 89, 500
-, Middleton in, q.v.

Norton, Brize, Oxon, Haddon in, q.v.

Norton, Chipping (Chepyngnorton), Oxon, inquisition taken at, 1093, 1266
-, manor, 1093
-, ‘Boysshrop’, ‘Cleve’, ‘Eleacre’ and ‘Prenesdon’ in, 1093

Norton Cuckney, Notts, Langwith, Nether, in, q.v.

Norton Ferrers (Norton by Culmington) in Kilmington, Som [now in Wilts], 1118

Norton Ferrers (Norton), Som, hundred, 855

Norton, Greens (Norton Davy), Northants, advowson of, 46
-, charter dated at, 43
-, deed dated at, 46
-, indenture dated at, 43
-, manor, 46
-, parson of. See Bollesore, Richard

Norton, Greens (Norton Davy), Northants, hundred, 46

Norton in the Moors (Norton, Norton on les Mores, Norton upon les Mores), Staffs, 214, 1261
-, manor, 214, 1261

Norton, Kings, Leics, Stretton, Little, in, q.v.

Norton Lindsey (Norton), Warw, 224, 1280

Norton, Midsomer (Myssomersnorton), Som, manor, 691

Norton St Philip, Som, Wick in, q.v.

Norton St Valery (Norton) [in Wonston], Hants, 1225

Norton, Wood (Norton, Wodenorton, Wodenortone), Norf, 220, 1209, 1212, 1276

Norton, John, 75
-, Stephen, 145
-, William, 233

Norton see Cornish; Normanton

Norwell, Notts, Carlton on Trent in, q.v.

Norwich, bishop of, 1005, 1008; see also Despencer, Henry

Norwich (Norwiche), Norf, 125, 131, 247, 249, 356, 379, 1209, 1289
-, castle, 115, 520, 611, 685, 816, 1005, 1016, 1190, 1289
-, church of St John Maddermarket (St John in Madirmarket), 1289
-, inquisition taken at, 477, 520, 664, 702, 1007, 1051

NORWICH (Norwico), John de, knight, 669-70
-, Margaret sister of, 669-70
-, daughters of. See Ferrers, Margaret de; Scales, Katharine de; Willughby, Cecily de
-, Walter son of, and MARGARET his wife, 669-71

Norygge see Norridge

Noss Mayo (la Nasse) [in Revelstoke], Devon, 507

Nosterfield (Nostrefeld) [in West Tanfield], Yorks, 253

Not see Knot

Notgrove (Nategrave), Glos, 287-8
-, parson of. See Hanwell, Thomas

Nothamsted see Nuthampstead

Notley (Notle, Nottele) [in Long Crendon], Bucks, 1288
-, abbey, advowson of, 1045
-, church of, 1288
-, writ dated at, 196, 199-200, 202-205, 207, 209-11, 213-14, 216, 219

Nottewell see Notwell

Nottingham (Notyngham), Notts, 280
-, inquisition taken at, 14, 123, 282, 514, 1020
-, writ dated at, 113, 240-4, 247, 249-53, 265-6, 590-1, 594, 614, 621, 671-4

Nottingham, county, sheriff of, 1041

Nottingham, earl of, 165, 556, 1282; see also Mowbray, Thomas

Notton [in Royston], Yorks, manor, 1150

Notton, William, 1264

Notwell (Nottewell) [in Raddington], Som, 285-6

Notyngham, Thomas, 1072

Notyngham, Notynghame see Nottingham

Noun see Noon

Noveray, Nicholas, 770

Novo Loco see Newark

Novus Burgus see Newport

NOWERS, JOHN, knight, and Alice his wife and Emery his son, 879
-, Maud wife of, 879

Noyl, John, 1212
-, Cf. Knolle

Noyon (Noion) [dep Oise, France], prior of, 83

Nuffield (Tuffeld), Oxon, 851
-, Gangsdown in, q.v.

Nunnethorp see Nunthorpe

Nunney (Nony), Som, 869

Nunnyngcote see Newcott

Nunthorpe (Nunnethorp) [in Great Ayton], Yorks, 1150

Nursted (Nutstede) [in Buriton], Hants, 211, 1270

Nutford [in Pinperne], Dors, 868

Nuthampstead (Nothamsted) [in Barkway], Herts, manor, 1030-1

Nuthurst (Nutherst), Sussex, 592, 599, 604

Nutstede see Nursted

Nuweton see Newton

Nykke, John, 104

Nymet (unidentified), Devon, 949

Nymet, Broad (Brodenymet) [in North Tawton], Devon, 5

Nymetboghe, Nymettracy see Tracy

Nympton, George, Devon, Frenchstone in, q.v.

Nympton, King’s, Devon, Wampford in, q.v.

Nyter, Thomas, 37

Nytherestekerig see Stickeridge

Nytherstowey see Stowey

Nywehall, Andrew atte, 37

Newenham see Newnham

Nyweton see Newton