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Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 1, 1509-1514. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1920.

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P

P ..., Thomas. See Cheyney, Sir T.

Paaston. See Paston.

Pacchyng. See Patching.

Pace, John, groom of the Chamber, 228.
-, - (Pacie, Paxe), Richard, at Rome, 1053, 2290, 2519, 2997, 3164, 3166, 3177, 3183, 32034, 3212, 3218, 3220, 3260, 3297, 3302, 34957, 351112:p. 1531.
-, -, -, letter from, 3261, 3265, 33034.
-, -, -, letter to, 2290.

Pacheford. Th., 82 (p. 39).

Packer (Pakker), Th., 438 (1 m. 7).

Packington (Pakyngton), Pigott or Little Packington, Warw., 1803 (1 m. 3).

Packington or Pakyngton, Austin, p. 1518.
-, -, John, 438 (3 m. 28), 2015:p. 1537:g. 94 (81), 2055 (14).

Padarte, Th., p. 1500.

Padavensis. See Panados.

Paddington (Padyngton), Surr., 438 (3 m. 31).

Paddokisbroke, Devon, g. 1083 (2).

Padley (Padle, Padeley), Derb. [in Hope], 438 (1 m. 8), 438 (2 m. 22).

Padley, Nether-, Derb., 438 (2 m. 12).

Padley, Over-, Derb., 438 (3 m. 30).

Padstow (Paddistow, Padistowe), Devon, 438 (2 m. 9), 438 (4 m. 16), 1982 (4):g. 1602 (8).

Padua (Padawa, Pado) and the Padovano, 83, 135, 140, 154, 156, 162 (pp. 83, 86), 165, 192, 238, 240, 267, 275, 413, 430, 432 ii., 522, 529, 780 (p. 418), 783, 1102, 1364, 1469, 1489, 1668, 2074, 2106, 2127, 2265, 2271, 2352, 2379, 2389, 2434, 2784, 2928, 3097, 3245, 3274, 3396, 3525, 3547, 3574.
-, -, letters dated at, 212, 41112.
-, -, governor executed, 3525.

Padua, Francis of, See Francis.

Paenell. See Paynell.

Paganellus. See Paynell.

Page, Edward, g. 1415 (25).
-, -, Henry, g. 2861 (36).
-, -, John, 2054 (4).
-, -, Ric., 1812:p. 1548:g. 11 (10), 54 (82), 94 (24), 784 (30).
-, -, Richard, prior of Ivy Church, 438 (3 m. 19).
-, -, Wm., 438 (2 m. 6), 438 (3 m. 1):g. 94 (62).

Pagenham, Edm., gentleman usher, 20 (p. 15).
-, - (Pagnam), Nic., 309.

Pageny, Master, a sculptor, 307 (p. 142).

Paglesham, Essex, 438 (3 m. 6).

Pagnam. See Pagenham.

Pagot, Rob., merchant tailor, 1262.

Paignton (Paynton, Peynton), Devon, 438 (2 mm. 5, 34), 438 (3 m. 2), 1801:g. 357 (10), 414 (29).

Pailton, Warw., 438 (2 m. 25).

Pain, Rob., of Dieppe, 1262 (p. 578).

Pain (English surname). See Payne.

Pain's Castle (castle of Payn), co. Radnor, g. 54 (24), 519 (51).

Painsley (Penysley), Staff., 438 (2 m. 12).

Painswick (Payneswyke), Glouc., 1803 (2 m. 2), 2537.

Painter. See Paynter.
-, -, Patrick. See Paniter.

Painters and painters' work, 20 (pp. 11, 19), 307, 628, 1803 (2 m. 5). See also Browne, J.
-, -, a painter of Ghent, 3457.

Paisley (Paslay), in Scotland, abbey, 2084.
-, -, Robert Shaw abbot of, 1625, 2461.

Pake, John, ship master, 2842 iv.

Pakefield, Suff., 438 (1 m. 7).

Pakenham, Edmond, g. 1083 (39).

Paker. See Parker.

Pakkarse or Pakkers, Warw., g. 632 (7).

Pakker. See Packer.

Pakyngton. See Packington.

Palaeotus, Camillus, of Bologna, his panegyric upon Henry VIII., 2247 (4).

Palatine [of the Rhine], Frederic count, 1555, 1743, 1749, 1895, 2265, 2278, 2448 (p. 1083), 2656, 2779, 3041, 3400.
-, -, -, letter to, 1743.
-, -, Lewis count, 1162.
-, -, Rupert count (A.D. 1357), 1162.
-, -, the counts, 1428 ii.

Palatio, Octavian de, abp. of Armagh, a Florentine, 2395.

Palavesyne. See Pallavicini.

Paledy, John, clk., 438 (2 m. 21).

Palencia, bp. of [Jo. Rodriguez de Fonseca], 6, 795, 797.

Palermo, in Sicily, letter dated at, 610.

Palestine (the Holy Land), 2801.

Palet. See Paulet.

Palgrave, Suff., 1803 (2 m. 6):g. 784 (22).

Palgrave (Palsgrave),, secretary to the French Queen, 3348 (3), 3434.

Palisia. See La Palisse.

Palladiis, Blaise de, pp. 1525, 1527.

Pallavicini (Palavesyne), Ant. Maria, 1301 (p. 596), 1988.
-, - (Palavesyne), Galeazzo, slain at Cremona, 1301 (p. 599), 2022.

Palle, Wm., 438 (4 m. 28).

Pallespury. See Paulers Pury.

Pallet or Pallette. See Paulet.

Palley, Wm., g. 833 (21).

Palmer, Edward, p. 1545:g. 651 (20), 1083 (39).
-, -, Geoffrey, 438 (1 m. 14).
-, -, George, 2392 (p. 1063).
-, -, Henry, 438 (4 mm. 8, 10).
-, -, John, 82 (p. 41), 438 (1 mm. 3, 14, 17, 19), 874 (2), 3313 (6):g. 54 (88).
-, -, Ric., 438 (3 m. 26):g. 1494 (57), 2484 (17).
-, -, Th., p. 1548:g. 54 (47), 132 (88), 924 (11).
-, -, Thomas, King's spear, 2480 (7).
-, -, Thomas, rector of Langham Parva, 438 (2 m. 31).

Palmes, Anne, 438 (1 m. 22).
-, -, Brian, serjeant at law, justice, 438 (1 m. 22):pp. 1535, 1541, 1546, 1547 ter:g. 132 (32), 804 (29 vi., xi.), 833 (50 iii.), 924 (37), 1123 (37), 1221 (43), 1365 (3), 2222 (16 Yorks), 3049 (35), 3107 (55), 3408 (37).
-, -, Guy, serjeant at law, justice of Assizes, 164, 2787, 3464, (2):pp. 1533, 1535, 1537, 1539 bis, 1540 bis, 15412, 1545, 1547:g. 54 (1), 94 (50), 132 (48), 357 (21), 381 (39), 519 (44), 546 (47), 587 (15), 833 (2, 58 ii.), 1083 (201), 1316 (3, 6), 1662 (1, 5), 1948 (45), 2055 (8), 2137 (11), 2684 (68), 3049 (4, 26), 3107 (55).

Palmzon, Wm., spear of Calais, 2049.

Palsgrave, John. See Palgrave.

Palshide (Palshet, Palshed), Ric., customer of Southampton, 1393 (p. 640), 1969, 1975, 1978, 2304 (2), 2574, 3148 vii.:pp. 1497, 15045, 1521:g. 94 (82), 132 (26), 833 (58 ii., 59), 1170 (10).
-, -, -, letter to, 1393 viii.

Pampeluna (Pamplona), in Navarre, 1311 iii., 1320, 1326 (p. 613), 1334, 1359, 1368, 1376, 1469, 1509, 1511, 1575, 2299.
-, -, letter dated at, 1319.

Pampyng (Pampyn, Peympyne), John, 438 (2 m. 27).

Pan, Josepe, 2605.

Panadensis. See Banados.

Panell. See Paynell.

Panell Hutton. See Hooton Pagnell.

Paniter (Paricter, Painter, Panter), Patrick, secretary of Scotland, archd. of Moray and Dunkeld, abbot of Cambuskenneth, 108, 208, 255, 2936, 306, 317, 412, 638, 6623, 668, 701, 843, 10778, 1230, 12634, 1287, 1294, 1342, 1347, 1504, 1537, 1566 (p. 719), 1622, 1720, 1735 (pp. 7923), 1757, 1775, 1983, 2155, 2313, 2461, 2870, 2911, 3119, 3540:pp. 15224, 1526, 1530.
-, -, -, letters from, 306, 6623, 843, 1264.
-, -, -, letters &c. to, 208, 317, 412, 638, 2155, 2870, 3487.
-, -, -, confessor for, 2946.

Pannal (Panhale). Yorks, g. 833 (23).

Pannare river, in Italy, 773, 777.

Panor, Wm., g. 2684 (41).

Pansano (Panusanus), Francesco, merchant of Genoa, 438 (3 m. 27):g. 604 (26), 651 (31), 1123 (44), 1221 (31), 2684 (60).

Pansatichi, Bart., merchant of Florence, g. 2137 (28).

Panter, Patrick de. See Paniter.

Pantteley. See Pauntley.

Pantter, Roger, 2607.

Panusanus. See Pansano.

Panworth Hall, Norf., g. 1836 (4), 2861 (16), 2964 (63).

"Panyarman," 1803 (1 m. 4).

Papa, Chr., 1160.

Papal collector in England, 29868, 3158, 3311, 3322, 3489, 3496, 3504, 350811. See Ammonius, A.; Cornets, A.; Griffo, P.

Papaw. See Passau.

Papedee, John, master of ordnance at Berwick, g. 3582 (16).

Papworth Agnes, Camb. and Hunts, 438 (3 m. 7).

Paradise, Joan de, 438 (1 m. 25).

Parascho. See Binasco.

Parcivale. See Percival.

Parcye. See Percy.

Parcyvale. See Percival.

Pardon:
-, general, 2, 102, 149, 313, 349, 438 (roll), 596, 1803 (roll), 2590 (19):g. 11 (1, 10, 11), 54 (2, 4, 5, 33, 43, 63, 89), 158 (75), 190 (35), 218 (6, 41), 289 (1), 357 (22), 381 (6, 28), 519 (54), 546 (4, 56), 709 (22), 1003 (14).
-, -, rolls, 438, 1803.
-, -, names of persons exempted, g. 11 (10).
-, intrusion and acquisition without licence, g. 1524 (6), 1804 (19), 2684 (32), 3408 (34), 3499 (71).
-, manslaughter, g. 546 (17, 41), 833 (39), 924 (23), 969 (17, 63), 1172 (8), 1316 (45), 1494 (2, 11, 47), 1602 (9), 2684 (50), 2964 (35, 51, 60), 3499 (3, 70).
-, outlawry, g. 604 (19a, 40), 833 (21), 924 (27), 1083 (14, 49), 1221 (4, 14a), 1266 (11a), 1462 (22a, 32), 1494 (21a), 1948 (6, 11), 2055 (79), 2617 (10), 3049 (34), 3107 (33), 3408 (7).
-, pardon and release, g. 132 (71), 158 (48, 56), 257 (53), 381 (46), 414 (29, 58), 447 (17, 23), 449 (15, 18), 519 (2, 17), 546 (28, 36, 62, 66), 604 (36, 41), 632 (20), 651 (25), 709 (6), 749 (6, 44), 784 (18, 19, 38, 467), 833 (53, 56), 924 (29), 969 (47), 1003 (6), 1044 (18), 1171 (1), 1172 (20), 1462 (31), 1524 (37), 1602 (12), 1662 (26, 46), 1732 (12), 1804 (9, 17, 32, 37, 49), 1948 (85), 2055 (96), 2422 (7), 2617 (19), 2684 (12, 27, 55, 90), 2772 (2, 24), 2861 (29), 2964 (17, 32, 57, 72, 81), 3107 (38), 3408 (21, 25), 3499 (5, 66, 78), 3582 (27).
-, special, g. 218 (47, 65), 357 (17), 546 (6, 29), 632 (50), 682 (1), 731 (37, 4750), 804 (178, 23, 44), 833 (24, 47, 71), 885 (5), 969 (18, 60), 1003 (16, 22), 1044 (6), 1083 (15, 32), 1123 (1, 2), 1172 (16, 17, 21), 1221 (8, 15), 1316 (389), 1365 (17), 1415 (25), 1462 (25), 1494 (7, 33, 41), 1524 (17, 46), 1732 (9, 33), 1804 (46), 1948 (7, 34), 2055 (127), 2137 (23, 27, 29), 2222 (10, 14), 2330 (1), 2422 (18), 2484 (5), 2535 (14, 22), 2684 (23), 2861 (11, 19, 37), 2862 (3), 2964 (8, 37, 58), 3049 (12, 17, 30, 37, 39), 3107 (11, 26, 37, 41, 43), 3226 (12), 3408 (3), 3499 (21, 24, 39), 3582 (7).

Pardoner, 1803 (2 m. 6).

Pare. See Parr.

Parensis, Urbanus, merchant of Lucca, g. 1662 (15), 1804 (38).

Pares, John, p. 1549.

Pargettour (Pargittyr), Th., 438 (2 m. 9).

Parham (Perham), Suff., 438 (3 m. 6), 1803 (2 m. 4).

Paricter. See Paniter.

PARIS (Pareys), 325, 363, 385, 408, 413, 432 ii., 584, 652, 863, 1050, 1082, 1127, 1265, 1291, (p. 592), 1359, 1552, 1628 (2), 1689 (p. 774), 1937, 2014, 2041, 2079, 2081, 2101, 2128, 2229, 2265, 2267, 2278, 2307, 2875, 3004, 3009, 3174, 3240, 3252, 3294, 3331, 3364, 3369, 3376, 3424, 3430, 3439, 3445, 3450, 3479, 3493, 3545, 3565, 3578, 3599.
-, -, letters &c. dated at, 399, 745, 1082, 1200, 1931, 1980, 2064, 2071, 2092, 2107, 2116, 2791, 28712, 2921 ii., 3004, 3039, 3191, 326970, 3286, 3292, 3323, 3411, 3423, 3424, 3427, 3430, 3434, 34378, 3441, 34467, 3449, 3452, 3461, 3472, 3477, 3486, 3531, 3540, 3569, 3576, 3580.
-, -, clerks, echevins, prevost des marchands and receiver, 3411.
-, -, Mary's reception in (narrative), 3417.
-, -, Prvost, 3417 (p. 1437).
-, -, vicomte, 3417 (p. 1437).
-, Brethren of the Passion, 3417.
-, Celestines church, 3269 (3, 5).
-, Chastellet, 3417 (p. 1437).
-, La Fontaine de Ponceau, 3417.
-, Les Tournelles (Turnelles), 3269 (7), 3308, 3424 (p. 1442), 3469.
-, Notre Dame, 3417 (p. 1439).
-, Painters' Gate, 3417 (p. 1436).
-, Palais Royal, 3417 (p. 1438).
-, Parliament of, 658, 3287, 3331, 3418:g. 2684 (107).
-, -, president, 526, 2681 ii.
-, Port St. Denis, 3417.
-, Rue St. Anthoine, 3308.
-, St. Denis, 2116.
-, St. Genevieve des Ardents, 3417 (p. 1439).
-, Tournament (jousts) at, 3325, 3342, 3376, 3387, 3411 (p. 1433), 3424 (p. 1442), 3430, 3437, 3446, 3449, 3461.
-, -, challenge and conditions, 3308.
-, -, official account, 3469.
-, University, 1082, 3478:g. 257 (26).

Paris, treaty of (14 July 1508), g. 257 (13).

Paris, bishop of. See Poncher, S.

Paris, Jasper. See Bytteyne.
-, -, Jehan de, 3323.
-, -, John, 1803 (2 m. 1):p. 1534 bis:g. 132 (26), 632 (26), 2772 (39).
-, -, (Parys), Rob., 438 (2 m. 28), 438 (4 m. 7):g. 2222 (16 Camb.).

Parisshe, Th., clk., g. 94 (57).

Park, Adam, 2831.
-, -, Robert, prior of Blythburgh, 438 (2 m. 32).

Park Bury [in St. Stephen's], Herts, 438 (1 m. 22).

Parker (Percar),, p. 1519.
-, -,, soldier of Tournay, 3247.
-, -, Mr., servant to the countess of Richmond, 20 (p. 13).
-, -, Mrs., 20 (pp. 11, 13), 1446, 2656 (6).
-, -, Chr., 1493 iii.
-, -, David, 438 (2 m. 32).
-, -, Henry, 438 (2 m. 16), 3554.
-, -, Hugh, 735, 877 n.:g. 1948 (49).
-, - (Perker), John, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 40), 707 (p. 383), 2392:g. 2684 (92).
-, -, John, abbot of Chertsey, 164, 438 (2 m. 15):g. 1494 (41).
-, -, -, deed by, 164.
-, -, John, chaplain to Princess Mary, 2656 (6).
-, - (Parker), Margaret, 438 (3 m. 34).
-, - (Perker), Ric., 20 (pp. 17, 19), 82 (pp. 39, 41), 438 (2 m. 27), 2656 (6), 2832 v., vi., 3185, 3377:g. 190 (3), 1948 (81).
-, - (Perker, Parkour, Parkor), Th., 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39), 224 (2), 438 (4 m. 5), 707 (p. 383), 877n., 1803 (1 m. 2), 2054 (2):p. 1518:g. 3499 (7).
-, -, Sir Wm., g. 257 (53).
-, -, Wm., 1803 (1 m. 2).

Parkers (Parkars), Essex, 438 (3 m. 3).

Parkhall (Parkehall), Staff., 438 (2 m. 12).

Parkherst, Agnes and Walter, g. 1494 (47).

Park Hill, Lanc. [in Colne], 438 (4 m. 14).

Parks (Parkys), Ric., p. 1515.

Parkyns, Henry, 707:g. 2684 (79).

Parlaben,, 596.

Parleston. See Harleston.

Parlethorp. See Perlethorpe.

Parley (Perley), Hants, 438 (4 m. 8).

Parliament (general references), 1 (p. 2), 98, 2024, 3033:g. 94 (68), 257 (87), 357 (46), 969 (74), 2617 (27), 2964 (55, 61).
-, -, clerk of Parliaments, g. 218 (64). See Hatton, R. (died in 1509); Taylor, J.
-, -, clerk of the "Common House," g. 381 (5). See Hilton, T.; Underhill, W.
-, (of 1510, met 21 Jan.), 205, 230, 327, 3412, 371, 1235:App. 4.
-, -, an election riot, g. 357 (6).
-, -, journal, 371.
-, -, list of acts passed, 341.
-, -, printing the statutes, g. 485 (4).
-, -, summons to, 205:g. 448 (2).
-, (of 1512, met 4 Feb.), 963, 10457, 1055, 1065, 1121.
-, -, acts passed, 1046.
-, -, Lords' journals, 1121.
-, -, procession of peers, 1045.
-, -, speaker. See Sheffield, Sir R.
-, -, summons to, g. 1044 (9).
-, (of 1512, met 4 Nov.), 14714, 151213, 1564, 1591:g. 1494 (45).
-, -, acts passed, 1471.
-, (of 5 Hen. VIII. met 23 Jan. 1514), 2355, 2450, 2520, 2555, 2620, 2682, 2747, 3073, 3545:g. 2617 (18), 2684 (108).
-, -, acts passed, 2590.
-, -, wages of members, 3068.
-, -, names of the lords, 2591.
-, -, a speech, 2592.
-, (of 6 Hen. VIII., met 5 Feb. 1515), 3523n.:g. 3499 (46).
-, - summons to, 3464.

Parliament chamber, 327, 342, 1035.

Parma, in Italy, 756, 759, 965, 1277 (pp. 5857), 1301 (p. 596), 1699, 2428, 3014 ii., 3547.
-, -, letter dated at, 753.

Parmenter (or Parment). Th., clk., 438 (2 m. 21).

Parmesan cheeses, 842.

Parmoor (Permere), Bucks, 438 (3 m. 32).

Parnell (Parnellis, Parenelle), Simon, 438 (1 m. 22).

Parr or Parre, Constance wife of John, g. 2484 (34).
-, - John, 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39), 707 (p. 383).
-, -, Maud lady, wife of Sir Thomas, daughter of Sir Th. Grene, g. 218 (538), 449 (18), 632 (72), 1123 (15).
-, - (Apar, Pare, Aparre), Th., or Sir Th., esquire and knight for the Body, steward of Kendal. 20 (p. 13), 81, 82 (p. 42), 309, 438 (2 m. 20), 1696, 2053 (1, 2, 3, 5, 6 ii.), 2480 (34), 2838, 3313 (6):p. 1546:g. 132 (41, 86), 218 (538), 257 (1, 49), 449 (18), 604 (14), 632 (26, 72), 750 (2, 5), 804 (29 iii.), 833 (45 ii.), 1123 (15), 1221 (6), 1365 (3), 1732 (1, 44), 2055 (50), 2684 (64), 3408 (37).
-, -, -, pedigree of, 1696:g. 1732 (44).
-, -, Wm., p. 1541:g. 709 (61).
-, - (Apparr), Wm., or Sir Wm., esquire for the Body, knighted at Tournay, one of the Spears, 20 (p. 12), 698, 1176 (1, 2), 2301, 2356, 2480, 2562, 2575 i., ii., 3310:App. 9:g. 158 (83), 604 (14), 632 (26), 682 (10), 784 (2), 1123 (35), 1170 (4).
-, -, -, signature, 698.

Parracombe (Peracombe), Devon, g. 1083 (2).

Parrok (Perok), John, 20 (p. 19), 82 (p. 40).

Parrowe, Rob., g. 3049 (39).

Parryn. See Peryn.

Parshore. See Pershore.

Parsons, Peter, g. 1316 (5).

Partney (Parteney), Linc., 438 (2 m. 10), 438 (3 m. 2).

Partriche, Chr., g. 485 (39).
-, -, John, 438 (4 m. 13).
-, -, Nic., 438 (4 m. 25).
-, -, Th., 1493 v.:p. 1543:g. 289 (43).
-, - (Perteriche, Pertrich), Thomas, servant to Sir Edward Poynings, 1576, 1745, 1918, 2009, 2850, 3457:p. 1506.
-, -, -, his account for hoys, 2009.
-, - (Pertryche), Wm., 20 (p. 15).

Parvyn, John, g. 1662 (47), 3226 (4).

Pasford, John, prior of Black Friars, Sudbury, 438 (4 m. 12).

Paslay. See Paisley.

Paslew, Alex., 438 (4 m. 15).

Paslowe, Ric., 1803 (1 m. 4).

Pasqualigo, Alvise and Francesco, and brothers, 2750.
-, -, -, letters to, 413 ii., 937, 1016, 1126, 1183, 1216, 1291, 1321, 1513, 1578, 1586, 1628 (2), 1702, 1970 iii., 2278, 2747, 2801, 2852, 3073, 3295.
-, -, Lorenzo, Venetian consul in London, 240, 264, 31920, 322, 402 ii., 413, 601.
-, -, -, letters from, 287, 413 ii., 937, 1016, 1126, 1183, 1216, 1291, 1321, 1475, 1513, 1578, 1586, 1628 (2), 1702, 1970 iii., 2278, 2747, 2801, 2852, 3073, 3295.
-, -, Piero, Venetian ambassador to Hungary, 463, 571; to France, 3367, 3394, 3404, 3488, 3503, 3544.
-, -, -, letter from, 463.
-, -, -, instructions for, 3544.

Passage, See Renteria.

Passarus,, 305.

Passau (Papaw), in Germany, 2600.

Passayge. See Renteria.

Passey, Hugh, 82 (p. 40).

Passhe, Ric., 1803 (2 m. 4).

Passy, John, sewer, 20 (p. 13).

Pastne, Walter, purser, 3148.

Paston, Norf., 438 (1 mm. 3, 5).

Paston (Paaston, Pastun), Wm., 20 (p. 15), 438 (1 m. 3), 1176 (4):g. 833 (58), 2055 (50), 2222 (16 Norf.).

Pastrell, John, 82 (p. 43).

Patching (Pacchyng, Poching), Suss., rector of, pp. 1524, 1527.

Patching (Pacchyng, Patchynges), John, chaplain, 438 (2 m. 32).

Pate, John, groom of the Beds, 20 (p. 13), 82 (p. 42), 1015, 1803 (1 m. 2), 2509, 3554:g. 54 (72, 78), 257 (72), 682 (30), 1316 (34), 2617 (7), 3408 (5).

Patengeham, Staff., g. 3226 (22).

Patenham, Beds, 438 (1 m. 25). Pavenham or Putnoe ?

Patenson or Patyson, George, 1410.
-, -, Wm., vicar of Allhallows, Barking, 1811.

Paterson, Walter, of Leith, 585.

Pateshale, John, g. 1221 (43).
-, - (Patsall, Patyshall), Ric., 438 (1 m. 21).
-, -, Walter, auditor, 1505:

Patmere (Patmare), Henry, 438 (3 m. 16), 438 (4 m. 21).
-, -, William, 438 (3 m. 16).

Patricksbourn (Patrikburn), Kent, 438 (1 m. 5).

Patrimony of the Church. See Bologna.

Patrington, Yorks, 438 (4 m. 4).

Patsall or Patyshall. See Pateshale.

Patteson (Patson, Pateson), Marmaduke, 438 (4 m. 25).

Pattingham (Patengeham), Staff., g. 64 (65).

Paulers Pury (Pawlespury, Pallespury), Ntht., 438 (1 m. 18), 438 (3 m. 6).
-, -, rector of, 438 (3 m. 13).

Paulet (Pawlet, Powlet),, App. 22:p. 1516.
-, - (Pollet, Pallette, Pawlet), Sir Amyas, 309, 1661 (3, 4):pp. 1518, 1535, 1543:g. 11 (10), 158 (86), 3049 (20).
-, - (Poulet), George, 438 (2 m. 21).
-, - (Pollet), John, 438 (2 m. 25):p. 1537:g. 833 (58 ii.).
-, - (Poulet, Palet), Sir John, 438 (2 m. 9):g. 2222 (16 Hants).
-, -, Quintin, g. 190 (27).
-, - (Pawlet), Thomas, 2811, 3348 (3).
-, - (Pallet, Powlett), Wm., 2574:p. 1537:g. 257 (49), 632 (26), 969 (23), 1221 (6), 2861 (33), 3499 (12).

Paul Holme (Payleholme, Paulenholme), Yorks, 1493 vi.

Pauncefote (Pawnesfote, Paunsfote), Henry, p. 1546:g. 1462 (34).
-, -, John, 20 (p. 15), 251, 438 (3 m. 23):pp. 15378, 1546.

Pauntley (Pantteley), Glouc., 438 (2 mm. 5, 20).

Pavia, in Italy, 816, 1246, 1301 (pp. 595, 597), 1877, 1988, 2029, 2486.
-, -, letters dated at, 625, 1277, 2975.

Pavia, cardinal of, legate of Bologna [Francesco Alidosi card. of St. Cecilia], 9, 111, 138, 354, 421, 456, 674, 747, 755n., 756, 779, 780 (p. 418), 785, 812 ii., 3063.
-, -, -, letters from, 111, 138.

Pavn. See Pawne.

Pawe, Andrew, 438 (2 m. 9).

Pawlet. See Paulet.

Pawne (Pavn), Wm., bailiff of Guisnes, avenor of the Stable, receiver of Berwick (23 Aug. 1511), collector of quit rents at Calais, master of ordnance at Berwick, 19, 20 (p. 19), 77, 82 (p. 40), 193 (p. 100), 215 iii., 589, 878, 893 (2), 918, 1004, 1450 (p. 661), 1463 ii., 1978, 2096, 2121, 2279, 2305 iii., 2386, 27089, 2713, 2740, 2834, 3313 (6), 3359:pp. 1504, 15067:g. 94 (72), 449 (2, 14 bis), 604 (5), 651 (4, 5), 751 (8), 857 (16), 3582 (16).

Pawnesfote. See Pauncefote.

Paxe, Mr. See Pace.

Payleholme. See Paulholme.

Paymound, John, g. 749 (16).

Payn Castle. See Pain's Castle.

Payne, Hugh, 438 (3 m. 9).
-, - (Payn), John, g. 969 (18
-, -, Ric., 1803 (1 m. 6).
-, - (Payn), Ric., canon of Windsor, 438 (2 m. 5).
-, -, Th., g. 1602 (16), 2055 (92), 2684 (97).
-, - (Payn), Wm., 438 (1 m. 12).

Paynell (Panell), Geoffrey, pp. 153940:g. 190 (24), 257 (48), 651 (13), 709 (55), 804 (13), 969 (52), 1171 (3), 3408 (6), 3582 (14).
-, -, Hugh (temp. Hen. III.), g. 632 (40).
-, - (Panell, Paenell), Ric., 438 (2 m. 10):p. 1540:g. 257 (49).
-, - (Paganellus), Wm., temp. Ric. I. (?), g. 969 (57).

Paynter (Peyntor), John, 862, 2305 i., ii., 3148 bis, 3513:g. 833 (13).
-, -, John, alias Derby. q.v.
-, - (Peynter), Ric., 1803 (1 m. 4).
-, - (Peynter, Peyntore), Wm., B.C.L., 438 (3 m. 6).

Paynthwyn or Peyntwhyn, Hugh, LL.D., 438 (2 m. 26).

Paynton. See Paignton.

Payn Worthy. See Pyworthy.

Pays de Caulx, in France, 1081.

Payton, Marg., 438 (1 m. 20), 438 (4 m. 1).
-, -, Sir Rob., g. 2222 (16 Camb.).

Paytrell, John, 853.

Pazart, Geminiano de, LL.D., 1277 (p. 586).

Peachy (Peche), Lady Elizabeth, wife of Sir John, 82 (pp. 38, 41):g. 833 (43).
-, - (Petche, Peche, Pecche, Pecchy, Peyche, Peechee, Pechi), Sir John, lieutenant of Ruysbank, knight for the Body, 20 (p. 13), 34, 168, 193 (pp. 1012), 438 (3 m. 7), 442, 620, 707, 855, 1004, 1424, 1463 xiii., 2053 (5, 6 iii.), 2285, 2480 (18), 2503, 2702, 3342, 3348 (3):pp. 1516, 1539:App. 26:g. 54 (17), 94 (23), 132 (77), 190 (34), 485 (5), 587 (2), 632 (70), 682 (39), 804 (10, 22), 833 (43), 1123 (51), 1805 (1), 1948 (18), 2055 (50, 95 iii.), 3107 (1), 3324 (35).
-, -, -, signature of, g. 1805 (1), 1948 (18).
-, - (Pecchy), Wm., 438 (2 m. 27).

Peak, the, Derb., pp. 1509, 1514.

Peakeley. See Pencelly.

Peasenhall (Pesnalle, Pesnale), Suff., 438 (2 m. 29).

Pebmore. See Pedmore.

Pebworth (Pedbeworth), Glouc., 438 (1 m. 12).

Pecchy. See Peachy.

Peche. See Peachy.

Pecke. See Peke.

Peckham (Pecham), Kent, 438 (3 m. 29).

Peckham (Peccham), Surr., 438 (1 m. 6).

Peckham, East- (Estpekham), Kent, g. 1836 (27).

Peckham Rye, Surr., g. 1524 (15).

Peckham (Pekham, Pekkam, Pecham), Reynold, 438 (3 m. 20):p. 1539:g. 2222 (16 Kent).
-, -, (Pekham), Th., 438 (3 m. 23).

Peckleton (Pekulton), Leic., 438 (3 m. 8).

Pecocke or Pecok, John, of Oxfordshire, g. 11 (10), 289 (35).
-, -, John, 3135.
-, -, Stephen, p. 1549.
-, -, Wm., p. 1549.

Pectumweyin. See Pittenweem.

Pedbeworth. See Pebworth.

Peddington (Pedington), Glouc., g. 1316 (34).

Peddlington (Pedlington), Glouc., g. 682 (30).

Pederton. See Petherton.

Pedlars (pedders, pedelers), 438 (2 mm. 20, 25).

Pedler (Peddeler), James, 438 (4 m. 26).

Pedmore (Pebmore), Worc., 438 (4 m. 24).

Pedrasche,, servant to Count Palatine Frederic, 1743.

Pedro, Don. See Ayala.

Pedynghoo. See Piddinghoe.

Peek. See Peke.

Peers or Peerse, Edm., 438 (1 m. 21).

Peerages (creations), 358, 2620.

Peerson. See Pierson.

Peeste or Peste, John, 438 (3 m. 14).

Pegeon, John, g. 132 (122).

Pegge, Reynold, justice of Assizes, 438 (2 m. 7):p. 1541:g. 132 (2, 48), 381 (39), 546 (1, 47).

Pegion (Peion), Th., minstrel, 20 (p. 19), 82 (p. 42).

Pegot. See Pigot.

Pegu, in East Indies, 1974.

Peguineau (Beguyneau), Martin, French ambassador to Scotland, 1467, 1501, 1504 (p. 693), 3349.

Peion. See Pegion.

Peke, Mrs., 20 (p. 17).
-, -, Hugh, 438 (1 mm. 11, 15).
-, - (Pek), John, 438 (3 m. 34):g. 94 (104), 632 (74), 651 (23).
-, - (Peek), John, rector of Warsop, 438 (1 mm. 11, 15).
-, - (Peek, Pecke, Pek, Pekke), Ric., 438 (2 mm. 289):g. 784 (54), 1948 (77), 2964 (31).
-, -, Rob., g. 381 (15).
-, -, Th., 82 (p. 42).

Pekeryng. See Pickering.

Pekesall. See Pexsall.

Pekham or Pekkam. See Peckham.

Pekke. See Peke.

Pekulton. See Peckleton.

Peldon, Essex, 438 (2 m. 20).

Pelet. See Pellet.

Pelham, Herts, g. 1524 (38).

Pelham (Peleham), Th., 438 (3 m. 9).
-, -, Wm., spear of Calais, 2049.

Pellet or Pelett, Wm., 438 (3 m. 20), 559.

Pelleter. See Pelter.

Peloxa, in the Mediterranean, 610.

Pelter (Pelleter), Roland, 438 (2 m. 32).

Pemberton (Pemerton), Hugh, 20 (p. 15).

Pembridge (Pemrige, Pembrich, Penbruge), Heref., 438 (2 m. 17):g. 357 (14), 519 (64), 3107 (48).
-, -, rector presented, g. 218 (63).

Pembroke (Pembrothe, Penbroke, Penbroche), co. Pemb., 438 (2 m. 11), 438 (3 m. 34):g. 3499 (74).

Pembroke, county and lordship, 1727:g. 54 (30), 94 (98), 158 (83), 804 (44), 1316 (13), 2684 (66).
-, -, coroner and escheator, g. 190 (20).
-, -, exchequer, g. 3324 (16).

Pembroke, William Marshal earl of (temp. Hen. III.), charter of, g. 414 (51).
-, -, Wm. de Valence earl of (temp. Edw. II.), and Joan his wife, charters of, g. 1732 (3).
-, -, Laurence de Hastings earl of (temp. Edw. III.), charter of, g. 1732 (3).
-, -, Mary countess of (temp. 15 Edw. III.), charter of, 485 (12).
-, -, John Hastings earl of (13751389), g. 94 (35).

Pembroke Hall, Suff., g. 519 (62).

Pembrokes (Penbrokes) manor, Midd., g. 2055 (130).

Pembury (Pepyngbery), Kent, 438 (3 m. 9).

Pemrige. See Pembridge.

Pen. See Penne.

Penaran (Pennarton), co. Merioneth, 1803 (1 m. 3).

Penbroche. See Pembroke.

Penbroke. See Pembroke.

Penbroke, in the marches of Wales, 438 (4 m. 8).

Penbruge. See Pembridge.

Pencelly (Pynkeley, Peakeley) [or Cantref Selyf], co. Brecon, g. 709 (14), 1948 (31).

Pencombe, Heref., 1803 (2 m. 4).

Pencriche. See Penkridge.

Pend, Rob. See Penne.

Pende, John, g. 857 (13).
-, - (Peynde), John, gentleman of the Chapel, 707:g. 1170 (2); see also Penne.

Pendeley, Bucks, 438 (3 m. 32).

Pendeley, Herts. See Pendley.

Pendene or Pendyne, John and Ric., 438 (4 m. 18).

Pendere. See Penne.

Pendley (Pendeley), Herts, 438 (3 m. 32).

Penes,, a Burgundian captain of horsemen, to be retained, 2656.

Pengerthyk, Cornw., g. 1415 (26).

Peniston, Yorks, g. 54 (3).

Penkridge (Pencriche), Kent, g. 357 (39).

Penkridge (Penkriche, Penkeryche, Pencrich, Pentrige), Staff., 438 (2 m. 24), 438 (4 mm. 2, 15):g. 1602 (33).
-, -, college, p. 1523:g. 1003 (12), 1123 (29).

Penllegh, co. Caern, 438 (1 m. 19).

Penllyn, co. Merioneth, 438 (4 m. 27).

Penlyn, Cornw., 438 (2 m. 8).

Penmon, co. Anglesea, priory, 438 (3 m. 16).
-, -, -, prior. See Ingram, R.

Pennago (Pinago, Pynnago), Henry, sewer for the King, 20 (p. 13), 82 (p. 42), 3561 (2):g. 289 (9, 23), 632 (41), 3107 (21).

Pennant, co. Caernarvon, 438 (1 m. 19).

Pennard, co. Glamorgan, g. 3049 (20).

Pennard, East-, Soms., vicar of, 438 (4 m. 24).

Pennarton. See Penaran.

Penne (Pen), John, gentleman of the Chapel, 20 (p. 18), 82 (41):g. 1948 (65). See also Pende.
-, -, Laur., g. 54 (43).
-, - (Pen, Pend, Pendere, Ponde), Rob., gentleman of the Chapel, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 41), 210, 707, 904, 1143, 2426:g. 519 (18), 749 (4), 1044 (21), 1123 (63), 1948 (65).
-, - (Pen), Th., mayor of Northampton, g. 3226 (4).

Pennevyd. See Pen-y-bedw.

Pennicot (Pynnecote), Devon [in Shobrook], 438 (3 m. 12).

Pennington (Pynyngton, Penyngton), Lanc., 438 (2 m. 29), 438 (3 m. 6).

Pennington or Penyngton, Adam, esquire for the Body, 20 (p. 14), 438 (4 m. 23), 1798:p. 1540.
-, -, Hugh, 2656 (6).
-, -, Sir John, 438 (4 m. 21), 1493:p. 1535:g. 132 (34), 485 (42), 632 (26), 1804 (17).
-, -, John, 438 (3 m. 6), 438 (4 m. 23).
-, -, Margaret, Queen's chamberer, 908, 1218.
-, -, Th., 1803 (2 m. 3).
-, -, Sir Wm., App. 26.
-, -, Wm., gentleman usher, 20 (p. 14), 438 (4 m. 27):g. 132 (34), 449 (6), 485 (42), 1494 (55), 1804 (17), 1948 (60), 2617 (2).

Penny, John, bp. of Carlisle, previously abbot of Leicester, 20 (p. 14), 205, 438 (3 m. 7), 963, 1121, 1493 iv., 2276, 3464:p. 1535:g. 1123 (40).
-, -, John, of Leicester, 438 (3 m. 7).
-, -, Th., g. 632 (18).

Pennycuyk (Pennycuyli), John, M.A., canon of Aberdeen, p. 1530.

Pennythorp, Wm., g. 3408 (34).

Penrhyn, co. Carnarvon, 438 (4 m. 18).

Penrhyn (Penryn), Cornw., g. 1415 (26).
-, -, Glaseneth college, provost. See Vryn, W.

Penrie, Martin, App. 22.

Penrith (Peryth), Cumb., g. 94 (2), 709 (14), 924 (11), 1804 (6), 1948 (31), 2137 (18), 3324 (19).

Penrose (Penrosmethle), Cornw. [in Sithney], 438 (4 m. 16).

Penrose, John, 438 (4 m. 2).
-, - (Penros), Richard, 438 (4 mm. 2, 16):p. 1535:g. 833 (58 iii.), 1221 (16), 3408 (4).

Penryn, Cornw. See Penrhyn.

Pensford, Soms., 1803 (2 m. 5).

Penshurst (Pensherst), Kent, 438 (3 m. 18).

Pension, the. See French pension.

Pensions. See under Corrodies.

Pentsart, Jacques, French prisoner, p. 928.

Penton, John, prior of Hempton, 438 (4 m. 17).

Pentrige. See Penkridge.

Pentyrch (Pentirche), co. Glamorgan, 438 (2 m. 32).

Penwith hundred, Cornw., g. 289 (50), 1804 (18), 2684 (95), 2772 (12).

Peny, Giles, 438 (2 m. 12).

Pen-y-bedw (Pennevyd), co. Carnarvon, [near Penmachno], 438 (3 m. 12).

Penycok, John, gentleman usher, 20 (p. 16).

Penyngton. See Pennington.

Penys. See Piennes.

Penysley. See Painsley.

Penzance (Pensaunce), Cornw., 438 (4 m. 14), 1803 (2 m. 4):g. 2137 (4), 2772 (9).

Peopleton (Pepulton), Worc., g. 3049 (8).

Peper (Pepir), Joan relict of Richard, 438 (3 m. 16).
-, - (Pepyr), John, 1803 (1 m. 4).
-, -, Ric., of Calais, 1004 (1, 2).
-, -, Th., 20 (p. 13), 82 (p. 39).

Peperyng. See Poperinghe.

Pepperharrow (Pepyrharowe), Surr., 438 (1 m. 20).

Pepulton. See Peopleton.

Pepyr. See Peper.

Pepyngbery. See Pembury.

Peracombe. See Parracombe.

Percar. See Parker.

Perchay. See Percy.

Percheal (Percyvall), Arnold, servant of M. de Ligne, 2995.

Perclesse, Henry, 1262 (p. 578).

Percival (Parcyvale), Sir John, 438 (3 m. 33).
-, - (Parcivale), Ric., g. 1494 (54), 1524 (15).
-, - (Percyvale), Thomasina, 438 (2 m. 19).

Percy (Peri), Alan, rector of Spofforth, p. 1521:g. 414 (44).
-, - (Piercey), Lady Anne, 20 (pp. 11, 16), 82 (pp. 38, 41).
-, -, Anne, grant by, g. 158 (32).
-, -, Elizabeth, g. 632 (78).
-, - (Parcy), George, 438 (3 m. 27).
-, -, Sir Henry, earl of Northumberland, q.v.
-, -, Joscelyn, king's cup-bearer, 20 (p. 13), 82 (p. 42), 1129.
-, - (Perchay), Leo, 438 (2 m. 17).
-, -, Stephen, 438 (3 m. 27).
-, -, Th., prior of Christchurch or Holy Trinity, London ( 2 Aug. 1512), 20 (p. 15), 438 (1 m. 19), 1493:g. 1365 (10), 1415 (5), 1462 (38), 1662 (21).
-, - (Parcye, Percey), Th., of Shaftesbury, 438 (2 mm. 16, 19).
-, -, William, grant by, g. 158 (32).
-, -, Wm. or Sir William, knighted after Flodden, 2239, 2246 (4 ii.):pp. 1541, 1547 bis:g. 158 (91), 1365 (3), 1494 (9), 2484 (9).

Percyvall, Arnold. See Percheal.

Pere, John, alias Banbury, abbot of Bruern, 438 (3 m. 15).

Pereson. See Pierson.

Pergeter, Edmond, clk., 438 (3 m. 10).

Perham. See Parham.

Peri, Alan. See Percy.

Periaunt. See Peryent.

Periton. See Puriton.

Perjury, act against, 341.

Perker. See Parker.

Perkyn (Perken), Henry, 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39).

Perkyns, Ant., g. 1003 (22).
-, -, Henry, 1803 (1 m. 3).
-, -, Th., chaplain, 1803 (2 m. 3).

Perlcre. See Porlocke.

Perlethorpe (Parlethorp), Notts, g. 1524 (18).

Perley. See Parley.

Permere. See Parmoor.

Pero, a yeoman cook, 82 (p. 39).

Perok. See Parrok.

Peronne, in France, 1594.

Perot or Perott. See Perrot.

Perottus, senatus of Montpellier, letter to, 305.

Perpignan, in Spain, 1656, 2523 ii., 2633.

Perpoundysherst. See Hurst.

Perpoynt (Pierpount), George, 438 (3 m. 16).
-, - (Perpount), Henry, g. 1948 (94).
-, - (Pierpount), Joan, 438 (1 m. 26), 438 (3 m. 16).
-, -, Roger, 2392.
-, -, Th., letter from, 1891 (2).
-, - (Perpound, Pierpount, Pierrepoynt), Sir Wm., 20 (p. 15), 438 (1 m. 26), 2392:p. 1542:App. 26:g. 158 (52), 546 (65), 632 (26), 804 (29 ii.), 1948 (23), 2861 (7).
-, - (Pierpount), Wm., g. 833 (50 ii.), 1494 (9), 1732 (49).

Perpoynthurst. See Hurst.

Perran (Perrowen, Porrowen, Porruwen), Cornw., 438 (2 m. 33).

Perres, Copyn, of Flushing, 3133.

Perrot (Perott), Dr. John, precentor of York, 438 (3 m. 22):p. 1531.
-, - (Perret, Perot), Owen or Sir Owen, knighted at Tournay, 438 (1 m. 17), 1493 iv., 2301, 2481 (3).
-, -, Sir Wm., 438 (1 m. 17).

Pers, Stephen, 2305 ii.

Persall, Lady, 2537.

Persell, Rob., g. 158 (91).

Persey, Peter, alien, g. 1415 (13).

Pershore (Parshore), Worc., g. 3049 (8).
-, -, abbey, 438 (3 m. 18):g. 54 (27), 257 (18), 1221 (40), 2617 (43).
-, -, -, John, abbot of, p. 1546.
-, -, -, Wm. abbot of. See Compton, W.

Persian Gulf, the, 766.

Persone. See Pierson.

Pert, John, 438 (1 m. 7).
-, -, Thomas. See Spert.

Pertenhall, Beds, 1803 (2 m. 3).

Perteriche. See Partridge.

Pertesell, Robert, g. 357 (41).

Perth (St. John's Town, St. Johnstone, St. Jehan de Ver, St. Janston in Angoux), in Scotland, 2406, 2443, 2461, 3349 (pp. 141112).
-, -, letters dated at, 2440, 311923.

Pertryche. See Partridge.

Perwyte or Perwhite, Nic., 20 (p. 19), 82 (p. 40).

Pery, Rob., g. 2684 (83).

Pery, Franois de, French prisoner, p. 928.

Peryent, John, auditor, g. 485 (37), 784 (21), 2535 (12).
-, -, -, account by, 2962.
-, - (Periaunt), Th., g. 1524 (38).

Pery John. See Bidoux, P. de.

Peryn, Dominic, 1262.
-, - (Parryn), John, ship master, 1661 (4), 2764:p. 1503.
-, -, Philip alias Munfrete, q.v.
-, -, Wm., 438 (1 m. 19).

Peryson, John, clk., g. 381 (3).

Peryth. See Penrith.

Peryton. See Puritan.

Pesari (Pezari, Pexaro, Cha. de Pesaro), Venetian mercantile house, 508, 529, 566, 757, 3528.
-, -, -, letters to, 1512, 1762, 1949, 2060, 2265, 2493.
-, -, Francesco de, letter to, 1371.
-, - Piero de, 3528.

Pescara, Alfonso d'Avalos marquis of, 2127.

Peschia, Baldassare da, letter from, 2816.

Peschiera (Pisquina), in Italy, 83, 1277 (p. 587), 1455.

Pesford, Wm., merchant of the Staple, 1032 (2).

Pesnale. See Peasenhall.

Pessall, John, 2892.

Peste. See Peest.

Pester, Th., 2305 i.
-, - (Pestar), Wm., purser, 3148:pp. 15001.

Petche. See Peachy.

Peter the almoner, of Katharine of Aragon. See Rodriguez.
-, -, the armourer. See Fever, P.
-, -, the one eyed. See Meghen.

Peter,, marshal of the King's trumpets, 20 (p. 14), 82 (p. 42).

Peter, Sir, a French priest at Calais, 2854.

Peter, Mr., of the Closet. See Greves, P.

Peter, Ric., 707 (p. 383).
-, -, Simon, of Zierikzee, p. 1504.

Peterborough (Burrowe), Ntht., 438 (1 m. 10), 438 (4 m. 22), 2544.
-, - abbey, 438 (1 m. 8), 476 (3):g. 1123 (46), 2684 (59).
-, -, -, abbot of. See Kirton, R.
-, -, -, confirmations for, g. 485 (22), 969 (67).

Peter's Pence, History of, 1235.

Peterton. See Potterton.

Petham (Petheham), Kent, 438 (2 m. 12).

Petherton, North- (Northpeterton, Northpederton), Soms., 438 (1 m. 16), 438 (3 m. 10):g. 587 (20), 2137 (1).

Petherton (Pederton) park, Soms., g. 749 (15).

Peti Juan, King Ferdinand's servant, 1933.

Petit, Etienne, French councillor, 2079, 2242.
-, - (Pety), John, 438 (2 m. 7), 3135:p. 1539.
-, -, Nic., 438 (2 m. 7).

Petman or Petteman, Th., 438 (1 m. 26).

Peton, Mr. Edmond, French prisoner, p. 928.

Petri, Aloysius. See Piero, Alvise de.

Petrelwra. See Wreay.

Petriadek, J., abbot of Deer, q.v.

Petrucci, Alfonso, bp. of Soana, cardinal (10 March 1511), 714, 718.
-, -, Pandolfo, governor of Sienna, 714, 718.

Pette (Pyte), John, 438 (3 mm. 23, 25).
-, -, Ric., g. 54 (88), 804 (6).

Pettigrew, Wm., a Scot, 14789.

Pettindreith (Petriadek), James, abbot of Deer, q.v.

Petton, Salop, 438 (2 m. 30).

Petworth, Suss., 438 (2 mm. 10, 17), 438 (3 mm. 16, 25), 1803 (2 m. 2).
-, -, rector of, 438 (3 m. 2).

Petwyn, John, gentleman of the Chapel, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 41), 707.

Pety. See Petit.

Pety, John, King's footman, 256, 775, 915, 1193.

Pevensey (Pevensee), Suss., g. 11 (10), 132 (51), 709 (26), 2862 (7).

Peverell, Wm., s. of Thomas, s. and h. of Wm., g. 1316 (12).

Peveril (Peverell), honor of. See Boulogne, &c.

Pevesham. See Pewsham.

Pewen. See King's Pyon.

Pewsham (Pevesham), Wilts, g. 94 (35).

Pewterers, 438 (1 mm. 11, 19), 438 (2 mm. 7, 8 bis, 16, 27), 438 (3 m. 15), 438 (4 m. 17):p. 1503.

Pexall, Mr., chaplain of the countess of Richmond, 20 (p. 13).
-, -, Edith, g. 3582 (20).
-, -, Ralph, one of the Six Clerks, 438 (3 m. 7):pp. 1537, 1545:g. 1316 (35), 3582 (20).
-, -, Ric., abbot of St. Mary de Pratis, Leicester, 438 (3 m. 2):g. 2222 (16 Leic.).
-, - (Pekesall), Th., 707 (p. 383).

Pey, Jankyn, g. 54 (43).

Peyche. See Peachy.

Peympyne. See Pampyng.

Peynde. See Pende.

Peynton. See Paignton.

Peyntor. See Paynter.

Peyntwhyn. See Paynthwyn.

Peyto, John and Margaret, g. 1662 (24).

Peyton, Chr., 438 (3 m. 11).
-, -, Ric., 3529.

Peyton, Sir Rob., 20 (p. 12), 438 (3 m. 11), 1661 (4):p. 1534:g. 804 (49), 3499 (22).
-, -, Thomas, 438 (3 m. 11).

Pezari. See Pesari.

Pezenas, in France, 3344.

Pfintzing. See Phintzing.

Phelup. See Philips.

Philbertis (Fylberdis), Berks [near Marcham], g. 563 (8), 1083 (23), 2055 (50).

Philip the Good, duke of Burgundy, 545.

Philip I, King of Castile, duke of Burgundy (died 25 Sept., 1506), 162 (pp. 856), 345 (p. 160), 365, (? "King Charles"), 576, 621, 965 ii., 1197, 1370, 1438, 1749, 1826, 1866, 2072, 2274, 2366 (22), 2753, 2908, 3586.
-, -, -, his corpse, 6 (p. 6).
-, -, -, his sons. See Charles and Ferdinand.

Philip, armourer, p. 1499.

Philip (Philips), Sir David, g. 158 (88), 3226 (7).
-, - (Philips), David, King's footman, 20 (p. 13), 256, 623, 775, 915, 1193, 2817, 3448 (2).
-, -, Edward, g. 2862 (7).
-, - (Phillipp), Francis, yeoman of Katharine of Aragon, 20 (p. 15), 82 (p. 41).
-, -, Reynold, clk., 438 (2 m. 25).
-, - (Phillipp, Philippe, Philippes), Ric., 20 (p. 13), 228, 3313 (6).
-, -, Th., g. 3226 (12).
-, - (Philip), Wm., 438 (1 m. 6).

Philippe, Mrs., silkwoman, p. 1503.

Philips, David. See Philip.
-, - (Philippys), John, 438 (4 m. 22).
-, - (Philippes), Ric. See Philip.
-, -, Roger, 438 (3 m. 28).
-, - (Phylyppys, Phelup), Roland, King's chaplain, rector of Crayford, g. 1494 (36), 2861 (8).
-, - (Phillips, Phelips, Phylyppes), Th., 438 (2 m. 19), 2053 (6 ii., 7), 2130 (6), 2414:g. 190 (20).
-, -, Sir Th., App. 26.
-, - (Phelippis), Walter, purser, 3148.

Philipson, Rob., vicar of Braughing, g. 1948 (84).
-, - (Pheleypson), Wm., 2951.

Philoll. See Filoll.

Philpot (Filpot), Sir John, g. 546 (26).
-, - (Filpot), Peter, g. 546 (26), 833 (58 ii.), 3499 (12).

Phintzing (Pfintzing), Melchior, 2173 (3).
-, - (Ghinzinge, Phinsinghe, Fynsynger), Ulrich, the Emperor's treasurer, 2205, 2272, 2334, 2362, 2521, 2528, 2749, 2894.
-, -, -, signature of, 2205, 2272.

Phippe, John, King's fisherman, g. 218 (42), 519 (37), 604 (33).

Phypp, master of the King's fool, 20 (p. 15), 82 (p. 43).

Physcus, in Asia Minor, 1604.

Physicians, 115, 438 (2 m. 11), 438 (4 m. 3):g. 158 (43).

Piacenza (Placentia, Plaisance, Plesaunce), in Italy, 1277 (pp. 5856), 1301 (p. 596), 1699, 1868, 1917, 1988, 2038, 2428, 3014 ii., 3547.
-, -, letters dated at, 755, 1877.

Pianora (Plannere), in Italy, 1127 (p. 539).

Picards, in Maximilian's pay, 1722 (p. 783).

Picardy, 193, 406, 1081, 1243, 1265, 1301, 1370, 1559, 1601, 1647 (p. 743), 1657, 1665 (p. 765), 1750, 1884 (p. 858), 2006 (p. 908), 2092, 2160, 2265, 2377, 2392, 2532, 2605, 2647, 2673, 3024, 3084, 3191, 3331, 3486:g. 2684 (90).

Pichard, Th., g. 1316 (31).

Pickenham, North- (Northpykenham), Norf., 438 (2 m. 9), 438 (4 mm. 11, 26).

Pickenham (Pycknam) Wade, 438 (4 m. 11).

Pickering (Pykeryng, Pykkyng), Yorks, 438 (1 m. 1), 438 (2 m. 17), 438 (3 m. 2).

Pickering Lythe, Yorks, 438 (1 m. 24), 438 (2 m. 15).

Pickering or Pykeryng (Pekerynge), Chr. or Sir Chr., knighted after Flodden, 438 (1 m. 12), 2246 (4 ii.):pp. 1535, 1546:g. 804 (29), 833 (45), 1365 (3).
-, -, James, 438 (1 m. 12).
-, -, Sir John, 438 (3 m. 13).
-, - (Pekeryng), John, p. 1547:g. 804 (29 v., x.), 833 (50 iv.), 1365 (3).
-, -, John, canon of St. Stephen's, g. 1083 (1).
-, - (Pekeryng), Kath., 438 (3 m. 18).
-, - (Pykryng), Rob., 612.
-, - (Pekeryng, Pekerryng, &c.), Th., 20 (p. 14), 438 (3 m. 13).
-, -, Wm., s. and h. of Sir John, g. 1123 (28).

Pickle (Pykehall), Yorks, 1803 (1 m. 6).

Pickworth (Pykeworth), Linc., 438 (2 m. 5).

Picotts (Pygottys), Essex [in Great Saling], g. 289 (12).

Picton (Pykton), co. Pembroke, 438 (2 m. 19).

Piddinghoe (Pedynghoo), Suss., g. 289 (13), 2863 (10).

Piddle (Pydel), Dors., 438 (3 m. 2).

Pifort, Jean, French gunner sent to Scotland, 1467, 1501.

Piennes (Piennez, Pieve, Pyenys, Penys, Pienes), Louis de Hallewin sieur de, lieutenant of Picardy, 1265, 1837 (? "Sieur de P -"), 1961, 2014, 2038, 2083 (2), 2095 ii., 2168, 2170 ("Fiennes"), 2173 (3 "Breniss"), 2237, 2875, 3240, 3252, 3348, 3364, 3424.

Pierce Bridge, Yorks, g. 731 (16).

Piercey. See Percy.

Pierducx, Joes, a spy, his reports, 1169, 1835.

Pierekin. See Warbeck, Perkin.

Pierin, Jacques, letter from, 2516.

Piero (Petri), Alvise de, Venetian deputy to the Diet at Turgau, 1284.
-, -, -, Venetian envoy to France, 1628, 1647, 1747.
-, -, -, letter to, 1668.

Pierpount. See Perpoynt.

Pierson (Peerson), John, barbersurgeon, g. 1123 (32).
-, - (Peerson, Pereson), Rob., g. 2772 (16).
-, - (Peerson, Pereson), Wm., 438 (1 mm. 9, 17).
-, - (Persone), Wm., ship captain, 1189.

Pieve. See Piennes.

Pigg (Pigge), Th., 438 (4 m. 21).
-, -, Walter, 438 (4 m. 21).
-, - (Pig), Wm., chaplain, 438 (4 m. 21).

Pightesley. See Pytchley.

Pigot or Pigott, Eliz., 438 (1 m. 5).
-, -, Francis, ship captain, 1661 (4), 1869 iii., 2304 (3, 4, 5).
-, - (Pegot, Pigotte), John, 438 (1 m. 1).
-, -, Richard, King's serjeant at law, 438 (4 m. 5).
-, -, Rob., g. 2484 (17).
-, - (Pycot, Pykott), Th., 438 (1 mm. 1, 5), 438 (4 mm. 12, 13, 22):p. 1534:g. 54 (47), 132 (26), 969 (47), 2222 (16 Bucks.).
-, -, Th., serjeant at law, King's serjeant, 2787, 3464 (2):g. 709 (61), 1948 (44).

Pigrym, John, 20 (p. 19).
-, -, Th., 42 (p. 43).

Pikard, Joan, g. 519 (42).
-, -, John, g. 519 (42).

Pikeman (Pykman), Henry, p. 1514:g. 1123 (57).

Pikemonger, 438 (4 m. 5).

Pikeswell (Pykkeswell), Alex., 438 (3 m. 24).

Pikett, Ant., purser, 3148.

Pikmere, Chesh., g. 132 (109).

Pilcherd, Laurence, 438 (3 m. 18).

Pileston. See Pilston.

Pilgrim (Pylgryme), John, g. 3049 (12).

Pilham, Linc., rector of, p. 1528.

Pilkington, Arthur, 438 (4 m. 5).
-, -, Edm., g. 218 (59), 381 (108).
-, -, Rob., 438 (4 m. 5).
-, - (Pilkenyngton), Wm., 1803 (1 m. 2).

Pillith Forest, in Wales, g. 2684 (105).

Pilmore, John, a Scot, 1262.

Pilston (Apilston, Pylleston, Pyelston, Pileston), John, 20 (p. 16), 2480 (61), 2575 ii.:g. 132 (67), 2484 (3).
-, - (Pylleston), Sir Roger, 2480 (61), 2575 ii.

Pilton, Devon, 438 (1 m. 25), 438 (4 m. 7).

Pilton, Ntht., rector of, g. 2964 (58).

Pilton, John, prior of Barnstaple, 438 (3 m. 15):g. 1804 (52), 1836 (5).

Pim, Mons. di. See Du Pin.

Pinago. See Pennago.

Pinchbeck, Linc., confirmation for landholders, g. 381 (65).

Pinchbeck (Pinchebek), Laurence, g. 804 (30).
-, - (Pynchebeke), Th., 438 (2 m. 8):g. 833 (54). See Notes and Errata.

Pinchon, Joan and John, 438 (1 m. 14).

Pinjon (Pingeon, Pingun), Guillaume, valet of the Emperor's chamber or wardrobe, 517, 545, 590, 646, 866.

Pinkeney, Ntht., honour of, g. 1003 (9).

Pinner (Pynnore), Midd., 1803 (m. 1).

Pinner, John, 1493 iv.

Pinners, 438 (3 m. 4):g. 1221 (15).
-, - (Pynchon), Nic., 438 (4 m. 16).
-, -, Richard. See Pynson.

Pinto, Gonsalvo son of Lancelot, ransom of his family from the Moors, 2760.

Piombino, in Italy, 570.

Piovers or Chiovers. See Tournay.

Pipe, Staff., 438 (2 m. 6), 438 (3 m. 6 bis), 438 (4 m. 16), 1493 vi., 1803 (2 m. 4).

Pipe, Warw., g. 132 (7).

Pipe Hall, Staff., 438 (4 mm. 15, 16).

Pipe Minor alias Prees, prebend of, in Lichfield cathedral, 438 (2 m. 5).

Pipe Park, Staff., 438 (4 m. 16).

Pipers, 438 (3 m. 30), 438 (4 m. 19).

Pipwell, Ntht. [near Great Oakley], abbey, 438 (1 m. 11).
-, -, -, abbot. See Staunford, R.
-, -, grant dated at, g. 857 (14), 969 (56).

Piracy and pirates, 484, 1298, 1302, 1315 (pp. 6045), 1523, 1672, 3400:App. 19A.

Pirbright (Purbright), Surr., 438 (2 m. 29):g. 94 (35 p. 50), 833 (60).

Pirse, the King's French cook. See Le Doulx, P.

Pirton, Wm., 20 (p. 15), 438 (3 m. 32), 1493:g. 2222 (16 Essex).
-, - (Purton), Sir Wm., ship captain, 1453 v., 1661 (1, 3, 4), 1869 iii., 2304 (3), 2305 (ii., iii.), 2686, 2842 2912 2938 3513:pp. 1504, 1518.

Pirwit (Pirwhit, Purwhit), Nic., g. 485 (19), 784 (9), 969 (79), 1221 (39).

Pisa, in Italy, 734, 842, 917, 1005:g. 546 (24).
-, -, General Council at (and subsequently at Milan), 777 (p. 415), 785, 794, 812, 816, 8312, 884, 917, 919 (p. 472), 9323, 964, 1007, 1039, 1082, 1100, 1127 (p. 539), 1204, 1229 ("Consiliable"), 1334 ("Conciliabulum"), 1557, 1575 (p. 722), 1657, 1738, 1750 (10), 2038, 2132, 2323 ii., 2744.
-, -, -, first session, 932.
-, -, merchants of, g. 1662 (15).

Pisani, Almoro, of Venice, letter to, 1067.
-, -, Alvise, banker, 413, 3488.

Pisford (Pisforth), Wm., 438 (3 m. 5).

Piso, James, letter from, 91.

Pisquina. See Peschiera.

Pitchcomb (Pychecombe), Glouc., 438 (2 m. 24).

Pitfyn (Pittefeld), Th., 438 (3 m. 25).

Pitigliano, count of, 434.

Pitney (Putteney Lorcy), Soms., 438 (3 m. 19).

Pittefeld. See Pitfyn.

Pittenweem (Pectumweyin, Pittinweme) priory, in Scotland, pp. 15278.
-, -, prior. See Forman, A.

Pitter or Pittour, Ric., serjeant of the Saucery and Pastry, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 40):g. 449 (14).

Plague ("sickness," "epidemic"), 865, 8901, 905, 917, 933, 964, 1286, 2223, 2229, 2260, 2278, 2412, 2417 ii., 2418, 2424, 2457, 2468, 2493, 2508, 2519, 2610, 28478, 2929 (2), 3041, 3050, 3160, 3296, 3418.

Plaine (Pleine), Gerard de, Seigneur de La Roche, president of the Council of Flanders, 899, 919, 991, 1288, 1311, 1344, 1362, 1370, 1436, 174950, 2113, 2255, 2377, 2694, 2705, 2797, 2867, 28947, 2915, 2963, 2976, 2994, 3014, 3018, 3027, 3035, 3041, 3047, 3052, 3061, 3070, 3079, 3082, 31034, 3109, 3141, 3174, 3264, 3298, 3329, 3400, 3493, 3519:p. 1516.
-, -, -, letters from, 3018, 3041.
-, -, -, letter to, 3141.
-, -, Thomas de, chancellor to Philip of Castile, 2366 (2).

Plainmeller (Pleynemellour, Blemeller, Plenemellour, Plenymellor), Nthld., g. 709 (14), 1662 (43), 1948 (31), 2137 (18).

Plainsfield (Playnsfeld), Soms., 438 (1 m. 13).

Plaisance. See Piacenza.

Plaish (Pleisshe), Salop, 438 (3 m. 20).

Plane, Wm., a Scot, g. 1948 (14).

Plankney, Henry, mayor of Calais (151011), 791, 893 (2).

Plannere. See Pianora.

Plantagenet, Arthur, or Sir Arthur, esquire for the Body ("Mr. Arthur"), ship captain, 20 (p. 12), 1661 (1, 3, 4), 1786, 2053 (2), 2574, 2738, 2842, 2938:p. 1537:App. 9, 26:g. 546 (67), 969 (38), 1662 (19), 2484 (9).
-, -, -, Elizabeth his wife, widow of Edmond Dudley, g. 969 (38).

Plasterers, 1003 (4).

Plate ("wrought silver"), 238, 413, 550, 584.
-, -, unlicensed export of, 193.
-, -, act against exporting, 341.

Play or Plaw, Th., p. 1512.

Playdon chapel, g. 485 (55 p. 298).

Playford, Suff., g. 1524 (22).

Playsterer, Edward, 438 (2 m. 27).

Playstrete, Soms., 1803 (2 m. 6).

Playter (Plaiter, Pleyter), Wm., p. 1544:g. 969 (23).

Plego. See Pliego.

Pleine. See Plaine.

Pleisshe. See Plaish.

Plenemellour or Plenymellor. See Plainmeller.

Plenynte. See Plymouth.

Plessi, a French captain, killed, 2064.

Plesaunce. See Piacenza.

Plesyngton, Wm., p. 1516.

Plewmewthe. See Plymouth.

Pleynemellour. See Plainmeller.

Pleyter. See Playter.

Pliego (Plego), marquis of, 6 (p. 5).

Ploich, in Flanders, 1565.

Plome or Plomme, John, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 40), 707 (p. 383).

Plomeley. See Plymmeley.

Plomer. See Plummer.

Plompton. See Plumpton.

Plompton and Wood Plompton, Lanc., 438 (4 m. 15).

Plostede. See Polsted.

Ploughwright, Rob., 438 (4 m. 15).

Plownt. See Blount.

Pluckley (Plukley), Kent, 438 (1 m. 7).

Plumbers, 438 (1 m. 19), 438 (2 m. 10), 438 (4 mm. 9, 28).

Plumbland (Plumlande), Cumb., 438 (4 m. 23).

Plummer (Plommer, Plomer), Chr., Queen's and King's chaplain, 82 (p. 41):g. 3499 (10).
-, -, -, rector of Crewkern, g. 190 (8).
-, - (Plomer), Rob., 438 (1 m. 10).

Plumpton (Plompton), Cumb., g. 2684 (86).

Plumpton (Plompton), Suss., g. 289 (13), 2863 (10).

Plumpton (Plompton), Yorks, 438 (1 m. 9), 438 (4 mm. 3, 18).

Plumpton (Plompton), Sir Robert, 20 (p. 14), 438 (1 m. 9), 438 (4 m. 18).
-, - (Plompton), Wm., 20 (p. 14), 438 (4 m. 18).

Plumstead, Kent, 438 (2 m. 32), 1638.

Plumstead (Plumsted), Norf., 438 (1 m. 13).

Plumstead, Great- (Gretplompsted), Norf., 438 (3 m. 6).

Plumstead Parva, Norf., 2830.

Plumsted or Plumpsted, Henry, 438 (3 m. 4):g. 1494 (57).
-, -, Rob., 438 (3 m. 4).

Plymmeley (Plomeley, Plemeyley), Alex., 438 (3 m. 20).

Plymouth (Plymmouthe, Plenynte, Plumht, Plewmewthe), Devon, 162 (p. 88), 438 (2 mm. 11, 17), 438 (3 m. 26), 438 (4 m. 2), 730, 862, 874 (2), 1326 (p. 616), 1420, 1459, 1694, 1748, 1771, 1844 (p. 843), 1864, 1869, 1882, 18989, 1944, 2059, 2305 ii., 3137 (16):pp. 1509, 1517:g. 2055 (25).
-, -, confirmation of charters, g. 485 (20).
-, -, customs and port of, g. 94 (3), 289 (19), 835 (56), 1044 (17), 1170 (9), 1266 (267).
-, -, letters dated at, 18512, 1864, 1870, 1875, 1883, 1886, 1894, 1907:p. 1520.
-, -, rector of, p. 1528.
-, -, ships of, 1982 (4).

Plympton (Plymton), Devon, 1471, 1474:g. 1083 (2).
-, -, constable, &c., of, g. 257 (38).
-, -, priory, 438 (1 m. 7).
-, -, -, John prior of, 438 (1 m. 7).
-, -, Stannary receipts at, 803.
-, -, townsmen of, 438 (4 m. 15).

Plympton St. Mary (St. Mary of Ylympton), Devon, 438 (2 m. 13).

Plymtree, Devon, rector of, 438 (1 m. 11).

Po, the Italian river, 1071, 1102, 1277 (pp. 5868), 1301 (p. 597), 1432, 14889, 1984, 1988.
-, -, Venetian armada in, 250, 267, 322, 383.

Poaching, 677.

Poching. See Patching.

Pocklington (Poklyngton), Yorks, 438 (1 m. 13):g. 132 (32).
-, -, guild of St. Nicholas, g. 2964 (70).

Poderham. See Powderham.

Poderugge. See Potheridge.

Podyngton. See Puddington.

Poianis, Valery de, M.D., g. 3582 (19).

Poignyon. See Poynings.

Pointes. See Poyntz.

Pointington, Soms., 438 (4 m. 22).

Pointmakers, 438 (3 m. 4):g. 604 (28), 2055 (31).

Poissonniere, Sieur de. See Bordeaux, F. de.

Poissy, in France, letter dated at, 3138.

Poitou, Richard count of, and earl of Cornwall q.v.

Pokeriche. See Puckridge.

Poklyngton. See Pocklington.

Poky, John, 438 (4 m. 27).

Poland (Poyle, Poll, Poole) and the Poles, 1893, 2267, 3080, 3557.
-, -, King of, 1277 (p. 588).

Pole (Poole, Deapole, Appowell), Harbard or Herbert de, gun maker, 2812, 2832 v., vi.:pp. 1506, 150811, 1513.

Pole, Chesh., g. 2137 (23).

Pole, Derb., g. 1732 (49), 2861 (7).

Pole, Dors. See Poole.

Pole, in Wales. See Welshpool.

Pole (Polle), Arthur, brother of Lord Montague, 3357.
-, - (De la Pole), German, 438 (4 m. 3):g. 218 (59), 381 (108), 1948 (94).
-, - (Poole), Henry, or Sir Henry, knighted at Tournay, lord Montague, 82, 234, 609, 774, 877n., 957, 1192, 2301, 2480 (27), 3357:g. 2137 (5).
-, - (Pooll), John, 20 (p. 14), 438 (2 m. 32), 438 (4 m. 21).
-, -, John, chaplain, 438 (1 m. 11).
-, -, Lady Margaret, widow of Sir Richard, sister of Edward earl of Warwick, 82 (pp. 38, 41), 1924:g. 158 (19), 2422 (11); countess of Salisbury, 2590.
-, -, -, grants annuity to Wolsey, 1987.
-, -, -, pedigree of, 3604.
-, -, Margaret, wife of Wm., relict of Sir Wm. Troutbek, g. 2137 (23).
-, - (Poole), Margery, g. 94 (4).
-, -, Nic., 1663.
-, -, Sir Oliver, 2575 ii.
-, -, Oliver, rector of Shrawley, g. 1316 (43), 2684 (55).
-, - (Poole), Owen, rector of Meifod, g. 381 (9).
-, -, Ralph, 438 (4 m. 3).
-, -, Reginald, afterwards Cardinal, g. 2055 (35).
-, -, Sir Richard, K.G., dec., g. 158 (19), 257 (12), 2137 (5).
-, -, Ric., 438 (1 m. 4):p. 1537.
-, -, Rob., 2392:p. 1516.
-, - (Pull), Th., 438 (3 m. 9), 1493 ii., 1803 (1 m. 6):g. 381 (15).
-, - (Pulle), Sir Th., 438 (3 m. 9).
-, - (Puolle), Ursula, 2453.
-, - (Poole), Wm. or Sir Wm., 2053 (1, 2, 3, 6 ii.), 2404, 2480 (66):App. 26:g. 132 (4), 1732 (49), 2861 (7).
-, - (Poole), Wm., serjeant at arms, 82 (p. 41):g. 94 (701), 158 (10), 2137 (23).
-, -, Wm., yeoman of the Bows, 20 (p. 13), 778, 877n., 1249, 3036.

Polebrook, (Polbroke), Ntht., 438 (2 m. 27).

Polen, Ant., 82 (p. 41).

Poleplace, Berks, g. 357 (15), 1221 (23). Ufton Court ?

Polesworth. See Pollesworth.

Polesyn, the. See Rovigo.

Poley, John, p. 1533:g. 381 (78), 924 (37).

Polhamton manor, g. 1044 (24).

Polidorus. See Vergil. P.

Poling, Suss., preceptory of St. John, 438 (2 m. 6).

Polkenhorn, Nic., 1493 ii.

Poll. See Poland.

Pollard, Ant., 1803 (1 m. 2).
-, -, Hugh, 1803 (1 m. 2).
-, -, Louis, King's serjeant at law, justice of Assizes, justice of Common Pleas (29 May 1514), 82 (p. 39), 205 (p. 106), 963, 1803 (1 m. 2), 2787, 3464 (2):pp. 15347, 1543, 1546:g. 11 (9), 54 (8, 49), 94 (50), 132 (57), 519 (50), 804 (36), 833 (2, 58 iv.), 1083 (8), 1316 (3, 14), 1662 (1, 28), 2055 (114), 2157 (11), 2684 (50, 62), 2964 (78), 3049 (20), 3107 (34), 3324 (42).
-, -, Martin, g. 2055 (109).
-, -, Ric., 1803 (1 m. 2).

Pollen, John, g. 1732 (9).

Pollesene. See Rovigo.

Pollesworth (Polesworth, Staff.), Warw., g. 158 (71), 2861 (14).
-, -, nunnery, 438 (3 m. 19).
-, -, -, election of abbess, g. 218 (40), 289 (30).
-, -, -, Anne abbess of, 438 (3 m. 19).

Pollesworth, Wm., prior of Coventry cathedral, 205, 438 (3 m. 13), 963, 3464:g. 2222 (16 Coventry).

Pollet or Pollette. See Paulet.

Pollrone (Pornere), co. Kilkenny, p. 1524.

Polonus, John, Hungarian ambassador at Rome, 1053.

Polscoe (Polscoithe, P. Nothera), Cornw., 438 (1 m. 18).

Polslow (Polslo) beside Exeter, g. 784 (47).
-, -, nunnery, 438 (3 m. 12).
-, -, -, prioress. See Milaton, C.

Polsted (Plostede), Thos., 438 (2 m. 8):g. 2222 (12).

Polton next Dover, St. Mary's chapel, 438 (3 m. 9).

Polveret,, a Spaniard, 1607, 1612 1632, 1636, 1639.
-, -, -, his master, 1607. See Ferdinand.

Pomerania, duke of, letter to, 1731.

Pomerey, Sir Edward, 1661 (4):pp. 1518, 1535:g. 833 (58 iv.), 2484 (9), 3324 (42).

Pomeroy, Samson de le, temp. Edw I. (?), g. 969 (57).

Pomfret. See Pontefract.

Pomfret, Wm., g. 1415 (7), 2617 (7).

Poncher, Stephen, bp. of Paris, keeper of the Seals of France (June 1512Jan. 1514), 538, 708, 734, 753, 7556, 7589, 761, 870 (4), 1257, 1375, 1647 (p. 743), 2197 vii., 2322, 3004, 3269 (3), 3331, 3424, 3545:p. 1528:App. 10.
-, -, -, letter from, 755.
-, -, -, letters to, 756, 870 (4).

Pond (Pondes), Suff., 438 (3 m. 10).

Ponde, Rob., gentleman of the Chapel. See Penne.

Poninghe or Ponnicks or Ponninghe. See Poynings.

Ponsbery. See Pontesbury.

Ponsborn. See Punsbourne.

Ponsford. See Poundsford.

Ponstresulian. See Tresilian.

Pont Avandyn. See Vendin.

Pont de Remy (Pontremye), Anthoine de Crequy, Sieur de, captaingeneral in Terouenne, bailli of Amiens, 2027, 2110, 2186, 2391 (p. 1059), 2392, 2875, 2888, 2974, 3154, 3252, 3348.

Ponte (Pount, Pounte), James de, merchant of Genoa, 438 (3 m. 27):g. 604 (26, 50), 651 (312), 833 (13), 1123 (44).
-, -, Nicolo da, Venetian merchant, 17, 287, 434, 455, 479.

Pontefract (Pomfret, Pountfrett, Pontfrete, Pontfreit, Pountefreit), Yorks, 438 (2 m. 6), 438 (3 m. 19), 438 (4 m. 22), 979, 1450 (p. 661), 2505, 2651:pp. 1513, 1516.
-, -, college of Holy Trinity called Knolles Almshouse, 438 (1 m. 13).
-, -, St. John's priory, 438 (2 m. 19):g. 2055 (124), 3107 (6).
-, -, -, prior. See Hawe, R.
-, -, -, confirmation for, g. 969 (14).

Pontefract honour, Yorks, 438 (3 mm. 12, 15).

Ponteland (Eland, Ponteeland, Pountlond), Nthld., 438 (4 m. 22):g. 2422 (18).

Pontesbury (Ponsbury), Salop, 1803 (1 m. 1):g. 3324 (28).

Pontesbury, George, s. and h. of Th., g. 3049 (3).
-, -, Nic., 438 (3 m. 30).
-, - (Ponsbery), Ric., 438 (3 m. 30).

Pontinere, Lord. See Bordeaux, F. de.

Pont Orson (Pontarchon), in Normandy, 1835.

Ponynges. See Poynings.

Pool (Pull), Chesh., 438 (3 m. 9).

Poole (Pole), Dors., 309, 438 (1 m. 9), 438 (2 m. 18), 438 (3 mm. 5, 10, 24), 438 (4 mm. 2, 11 ter), 874 (2), 1752, 1801, 1803 (2 m. 5), 1859, 1882, 1982 (4):g. 11 (10), 132 (16, 47), 158 (38, 69), 357 (40), 587 (16), 632 (11), 1123 (26), 1415 (23).
-, -, letter dated at, 3000.
-, -, customer of, 438 (1 m. 8), 438 (2 m. 11), 2738.
-, -, confirmation of charters, g. 804 (32).
-, -, gauger of, g. 132 (16).
-, -, White's Lands, g. 682 (16).

Poole near Otley, Yorks, g. 2484 (12).

Poole. See Poland; also Pole.

Poole, Wm. See Morice.

Pooppe. See Pope.

Poor-, in Friuli. See Pordenone.

Pooregold. See Puregold.

Poorstock (Pourestok), Dors., g. 94 (35).

Poortwood, John, brewer, g. 11 (10).

POPE, THE, 1526. See Julius II.; Leo X.
-, -, election of, 1670, 16767, 1697.

Pope, Chr. de, trumpet, 3320.
-, - (Pooppe), John, 438 (2 m. 13), 438 (4 m. 17), 1803 (1 m. 2):g. 1083 (39).
-, -, John, alias Malverne, q.v.
-, -, Th., 438 (2 m. 13).
-, -, Wm., 438 (2 m. 34).

Popenruyter (Propreter, Pope Reyder, Pope Rutter, Poppenreider), Hans, gunfounder, of Mechlin, 3245, 355, 1463 vi., 1529, 2812, 2834, 3137 (16):p. 1511.
-, -, -, list of guns by, 1529.

Poperinghe (Peperyng, Poperyng), in Flanders, 2404 bis.
-, -, letter dated at, 3115.

Popham, Hants, 1803 (1 m. 3).

Popley, John, g. 485 (40).

Poppenreider. See Popenruyter.

Popyncourt, Mrs. Jane, 20 (pp. 11, 17), 877n., 3331, 3378.

Porchemo. See Portsmouth.

Porchester, Hants 438 (3 m. 16), 1427, 1463 v.:g. 94 (90), 969 (15).

Pordenone (Poor -), in Friuli, 1781. See Notes and Errata.

Pore, John, p. 1517.

Porlocke (Perlcre), Soms., rector of, p. 1521.

Pornere. See Pollrone.

Porreheste, Porrest or Purreheste, Cornw., 438 (3 m. 25).

Portaleyn, Th., g. 1415 (7), 2617 (7).

Port Blanc, in Britanny, 3349, 3383.

Portbury, Soms., g. 3582 (3).

Portbury hundred, Soms., g. 833 (61).

Portcullis (Portcules) pursuivant, 707, 1145.

Porte (Porthe), John, King's solicitor?, 82 (p. 43), 214, 392, 438 (4 m. 20), 1803 (1 m. 4):p. 1535:g. 94 (15, 36), 218 (4), 1083 (24), 1494 (14), 1948 (94), 2222 (16 Derb.), 2964 (42), 3499 (23).
-, -, -, signature of, g. 218 (4, 538), 257 (4, 5, 85), 709 (22).
-, - (Portt), Walter, p. 1518.

Porter, Augustine, 438 (2 m. 6).
-, -, Hugh, 438 (4 m. 18).
-, -, John, 20 (p. 16), 438 (3 m. 3):p. 1543:g. 804 (52).
-, -, John, rector of Earl's Crome, g. 158 (73).
-, -, Ric., 438 (3 m. 6).
-, -, Rob., a murderer, g. 11 (10).
-, -, Roger, 438 (4 m. 18):p. 1537:g. 924 (37), 1494 (18).
-, -, Wm., 438 (2 m. 6):g. 1602 (31), 2617 (15).
-, -, Wm., clerk of the Crown in Chancery, 20 (p. 16), 73 (2), 82 (p. 39), 579:g. 54 (62).
-, -, Wm., serjeant at arms, g. 2055 (88).
-, -, Wm., warden of New College Oxford, 438 (4 m. 14).

Portesham, John, abbot of Abbotsbury, 438 (4 m. 7).

Porthe (Porth), John, keeper of the King's books, and clerk of Wardrobes, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 42):g. 132 (19), 546 (25), 804 (1), 1044 (4), 1948 (66).
-, -, John. See also Porte.

Portibean. See Port Looe.

Portinari, Francis de, son of Thomas, 3280, 3289.
-, - (Portinary, Portenary, Portinori), Guido, son of Thomas, merchant of Florence, 438 (3 m. 16), 1382, 1629, 1935, 2005, 2843, 2906, 2965, 3280, 3289:g. 833 (33), 3408 (8).
-, -, -, indenture with, 1382, 1935.
-, -, Jo. Battista, rector of Algarkirk, 2906:g. 2964 (36).

Portington, Ric., 438 (1 m. 3).

Portishead (Porteshed), Soms., rector of, p. 1530.

Portland, Dors., 1845:g. 94 (35).
-, -, letter dated at, 3001.

Portland or Portlond, Margaret and Rob., 438 (3 m. 16).
-, -, Wm., chaplain, 438 (3 m. 16).

Portledge (Portlynche), Devon, 438 (3 m. 7).

Port Looe (Porthloo), alias Port Pighan (Portibean), Cornw., g. 1083 (2).

Portman, John, p. 1543:g. 804 (52).

Porto, bp. of. See St. Mark, cardinal of.

Portocarrero (Porthocarriero), Prothonotary, son of the lord of P., 3082.

Portorn. See Potterne.

Portpighan. See Port Looe.

Portsmouth (Porchemo, Porsmuht), Hants, 438 (4 m. 8), 1267, 1323, 1329, 1340, 1385, 1393 (p. 640), 1414, 1463 viii., 1517, 1613, 1864, 1870, 18989, 1900, 1976, 2260, 2305 ii., iii., 2574, 2669, 2722, 2738, 2759, 2763, 2785, 2809, 2865, 2939, 2947, 3133, 3318 (iv., v.):pp. 14967, 15045, 1507, 1519:g. 632 (45), 1524 (30), 2861 (33).
-, -, letters dated at, 1317, 18589, 1971, 1978, 1992.
-, -, grants dated at, g. 1365 (2, 3, 9), 1415 (22), 1462 (10).
-, -, brewhouses at, 2011 (3):pp. 15045, 15078.
-, -, confirmation of charters, g. 1003 (3).
-, -, fortifications, 2680.
-, -, hospital of St. Nicholas, master, 438 (3 m. 15).

Portu, Maurice de, abp. of Tuam, p. 1531.

PORTUGAL, and the Portuguese, 828, 1002, 1262, 1326 (p. 618), 1327, 2746, 2957.
-, -, King of. See Emanuel.
-, -, Prester John's ambassador to, 2801.
-, -, Scottish herald sent to, 504, 828.

Portugal, Fadrique de, bp. of Segovia, 6 (p. 5).

Portugalet, in Spain, g. 546 (18).

Portuguese (Portingals), in England, 20 (p. 20).
-, -, in Flanders, 188.
-, -, in India, 191.

Portyngale, Eliz., convert, 2587.

Porzil or Porzia, Hieronymo count of, letters from, 268, 393, 432 ii., 554, 794, 873, 892, 965.

Porzmoguer (Perys Mogher, Primoia, Promagier, Premongier, Pozmoger), Herw de, French naval commander, killed at Brest, 1326 (p. 618), 1371, 1385, 1403, 1518.

Potelles, in Waltham Forest, Essex, g. 1662 (58).

Potenhithe. See Putney.

Potheridge (Poderugge, Poderigge, Potherugge), Devon, 438 (2 m. 4), 438 (4 m. 26).

Pothyn or Potkyn, John, rector of St. Mary's de Bothaw, London, pp. 1527, 1531.

Poticaries, 438 (2 m. 25), 438 (3 m. 12).

Potkyn, John, g. 804 (6).
-, -, Peter, LL.D., g. 969 (4).
-, -, Wm., 1732 (8).
-, -, Wm., notary, 438 (3 m. 34).

Potnall park (disparked), Surr., g. 54 (69).

Potslip (Potyslyppe), Glouc. [near Sudeley], 438 (3 m. 32).

Pott (Potte, Pot), George, 438 (1 m. 1).

Pottell (Pottelle), John, 438 (4 m. 29).

Potter, Henry, 2539:p. 1505:g. 709 (46).
-, -, John, g. 1732 (12).
-, -, Ric., 438 (2 m. 25).
-, - (Pottere), Th., vicar of St. James's, Shaftesbury, p. 1531.
-, -, Wm., 1803 (2 m. 5).

Pottern (Portorn), Wilts, 438 (4 m. 12).
-, -, vicar of, 438 (2 m. 25).

Potters, 438 (2 m. 23).

Potters Pury (Potterspery), Ntht., g. 54 (64), 257 (32, 92).

Potterton (Peterton), Richard, abbot of Notley, 438 (3 m. 29).

Pouch makers, 438 (3 mm. 4, 9, 26), 1803 (2 m. 6).

Pouel, David de. See Ap Howell.

Pouger, John (temp. Hen. VI.), g. 632 (40).

Poulayn, Le, 3357. George Boleyn ?

Poulet. See Paulet.

Poullain, Wm., clk., g. 1602 (4).

Poulle. See Pole.

Poulter (pulter), 438 (1 m. 18), 438 (2 mm. 13, 15), 438 (3 mm. 12, 19).

Poultney. See Pulteney.

Pounde, Sir John, p. 1537.
-, -, John, Somerset herald (30 Jan. 1511), 707, 1185, 1420, 1839, 2731, 2831:pp. 1502, 1508, 1515:g. 682 (41).
-, - (Pownde), Th., 20 (p. 15).
-, - (Pownde), Wm., son of Sir John, 438 (1 m. 25):p. 1537:g. 833 (58 ii.), 1494 (9), 2861 (33), 3582 (18).

Poundsford (Ponsford), Devon, g. 1083 (2).

Pounesborne. See Punsbourne.

Pounser, Nic., of the Guard, 20 (p. 13), 228, 1015.

Pount,, a rebel to Henry VII., g. 257 (35).

Pount or Pounte, James de. See Ponte.

Pount Abovyn. See Haubourdin.

Pountfret. See Pontefract.

Pountingdon (Puntyngdon, Puntyngton, Puntyngeon), Th., 438 (3 m. 12).

Pountington (Puntyngton, Poynetyngton), Wm., 438 (3 m. 7).

Pountlond. See Ponteland.

Pounzes, Messire Christopher de, chevalier, 3349 (p. 1412).

Poupet, Charles de, Sieur de Lachaux, q.v.

Pourestok. See Poorstock.

Pourfott. See Purfote.

Pover. See Power.

Powderham (Poderham, Powdram), Devon, 438 (4 m. 4):g. 924 (23).

Powdiche, Rob., 438 (1 m. 20).

Powell (Powhell), Ric., 2480 (18).
-, -, Wm., 1803 (2 m. 3).

Power, Chr., 184 (3), 874 (2 bis), 3313 (6):g. 2222 (12).
-, - (Pover), Henry, 438 (2 m. 9), 1803 (1 m. 6).
-, - (Powers), John, messenger, 20 (p. 16), 435:g. 3408 (31).
-, -, John, ship captain, 1453 ii., v., 2669:p. 1500.
-, -, Wm., 1262 (p. 578).

Powerhays, Devon, 438 (4 m. 17).

Powers manor, Essex, g. 833 (14), 1415 (3).

Powers, John. See Power.

Powle, Wm., g. 969 (13).

Powlett. See Paulet.

Powltney. See Pultney.

Powlys. See under London, St. Paul's.

Powys (Powes land), in Wales, 438 (3 m. 26), 438 (4 m. 18).

Powys (Powes), George Grey lord, g. 3324 (28).
-, -, John Grey lord, g. 2964 (47).

Powys, Th., 1493 ii.

Poxhale. See Yoxall.

Poyle. See Poland.

Poyle, Joan, widow of Thomas, 438 (3 m. 21).

Poyle manor, Surr., 438 (1 m. 23), 438 (3 m. 27).

Poynes. See Poyntz.

Poynetyngton. See Pountington.

Poynges. See Poyntz.

Poynings (Ponyngs), Suss., 438 (3 m. 30), 559 (p. 327).

Poynings (Ponynges, Poignyon, Puningis, Ponyng, Pounyngne, Ponnicks, Ponyngis, Poninghe, Pouninghe, Punynges, Ponyngnes), Sir Edw., K.G., comptroller of the Household, warden of the Cinque Ports, captain of Tournay, 20 (pp. 13, 17, 20), 37, 62, 82 (p. 39), 153, 168, 205 (p. 106), 404, 406, 438 (4 mm. 11, 20), 442, 707, 793 (p. 428), 856, 877n., 919, 989, 1004, 1046, 1313, 1360, 1414, 1463 xii., 1514, 1549, 1566, 1576, 1590, 1594, 1648, 1676, 1745, 174950, 1764, 1774, 1792, 1803 (1 m. 1), 18201, 1824, 1841, 1887, 1918, 1934 (2), 1961, 2014, 2053 (1, 2, 3, 5, 6 i., ii.), 2070 (?), 2105, 2151, 2249, 2336, 2371, 2391 (p. 10601), 2414, 2435n., 2445, 2473, 2480 (22), 25201, 2590, 2767, 2779, 2811, 2819, 2834, 2854, 2943, 2994, 2995 (p. 1294), 3014, 30256, 3046, 3058, 3113, 3222, 3264, 3418, 3458, 3474, 3502, 3545:pp. 15057, 15167, 1531, 1539:App. 26:g. 94 (33), 132 (33), 158 (77, 90), 289 (43), 632 (4, 22), 784 (36), 804 (8, 35), 833 (5), 924 (6), 1083 (41), 1170 (7), 1221 (6), 1365 (19), 1524 (39), 1804 (31 ii.), 1948 (70), 2055 (50, 132), 2422 (14), 2535, (3), 2617 (22, 38), 2862 (7), 3582 (11).
-, -, -, letters from, 1630, 1745, 1764, 1774, 18201, 1824, 2657, 30256, 3057, 3247, 3258, 3428.
-, -, -, letters to, 1660, 1848, 1961, 2888, 3004.
-, -, -, signature of, 168, 404, 555, 1176 (2):g. 158 (90), 190 (19, 25), 448 (1), 731 (19), 2422 (14).
-, -, -, his account, as commissioner in Flanders, 1918.
-, -, -, mandate by, 1313.

Poynter, Th., g. 1804 (18).

Poynton (Puynton), Chesh., 438 (4 m. 15).

Poyntz (Poynys, Poynes, Poynts, Poynges, Poyntis), Anthony, son of Sir Robert, ship captain, 20 (p. 15), 1661 (1, 3, 4), 1698 (p. 778), 1728, 1869 iii., 1883, 2304 (3, 4, 5), 2305 (i., ii., iii.), 2686, 2738, 2842, 2938:pp. 15067.
-, -, -, his account, 1728.
-, - (Pointes), Elizabeth, nurse to Prince Henry, g. 885 (8).
-, - (Poynt), Joan, 438 (4 mm. 4, 16):g. 289 (18).
-, -, Nic., 82 (p. 41).
-, - (Poynys, Poynes), Queen's vice-chamberlain, 20 (p. 14), 82 (pp. 38, 41), 438 (1 m. 20), 438 (2 m. 24), 1176:pp. 1507, 1537:g. 1170 (7), 2055 (75), 2535 (23).
-, - (Poynt), Th., 20 (p. 16), 438 (4 mm. 4, 16):pp. 15378, 1543:g. 289 (18), 632 (26).

Poyrisson, Odet, French prisoner, p. 928.

Poys, Louis de, lieutenant of Dieppe, 1018.

Pozmoger. See Porzmoguer.

Praeneste, bp. of. See Senogalliensis, Cardinal; also Venistrien.

Praet, Jean de, bailli of Bruges, 2082.

Prague, heresy of, 993.

Prakley. See Sprakley.

Prat, Anthoine du, president of the Parliament of Paris, to be chancellor of France, 1228.

Pratte, Alice, 438 (3 m. 20).
-, -, Ric., 438 (4 m. 27).
-, - (Prat), Wm., 438 (3 m. 20).

Pr, Marquis de, 1301 (p. 598).

Predeaux. See Prideaux.

Pree, cardinal of. See Bayeux.

Prees. See Pipe Minor.

Prgent or Pregianni. See Bidoux, Prgent de.

Prehest, Ric., abbot of St. Mary Grace's, p. 1530.

Prejam, Mons. See Doewra, T.

Prejan or Pre Jan. See Bidoux.

Preluke, M., of the Council of Flanders, 1468.

Premongier. See Porzmoguer.

Premonstratene Order, government in England, g. 1365 (2).

Prendergest,, g. 357 (10).

Prent, Nic., 438 (1 m. 17).

Prentice (Prentise), Chr., p. 1520.
-, - (Prentisshe), Henry, gentleman of the Chapel, 82 (p. 41), 707.
-, - (Prentys), John, mercer, 438 (1 m. 22).

Prenttend, Surr., 438 (2 m. 12).

Prescot, Lanc., 438 (3 m. 6).

Prescote, Devon. See Priestcot.

Prescott, Oxon, 438 (2 m. 16).

Presentations. See under names of the several benefices.

President, the [in Flanders]. See Plaine, G. de.

President, the [of Rouen]. See Selva.

Presingher,, servant of the duke of Gueldres, 1822.

Pressy (Presse, Pressey), Th., 1803 (1 m. 4).

Prest. See Brest; also Priest.

Prestall, Ellis, g. 1083 (39).

Prestbury, Glouc., 438 (1 m. 1).

Presteign (Prestende, Prestayne, Presteyn), in Wales, g. 1804 (1), 2772 (32), 3324 (45).

Prester John (Preter John), 1735, 1769, 1974 (895), 2801. See also Bidoux, P. de.

Prestgrave, Wm., 2480 (15, 65).

Prestland, John, g. 357 (18).
-, - (Prestlond), Thurstan, 82 (p. 42).

Preston, Ntht., g. 2964 (66).

Preston, Rutl., g. 132 (49).

Preston Candover (Candeveresden, Chil[ton] C.), Hants, vicar of, 438 (4 m. 10).

Preston in Craven, Yorks, 438 (3 m. 11).

Preston under Salcey, Ntht., 438 (3 m. 24).

Preston upon Stour, Warw., 1803 (2 m. 3).

Preston, John, 1803 (1 m. 1).
-, -, John, clk., master of St. Katharine's Hospital by the Tower of London, 438 (1 m. 19):g. 94 (4), 969 (45).
-, -, Rob., goldsmith, 2781 ii.
-, -, Th., 2656 (6).
-, -, Th., rector of Bisley, Surr., g. 158 (82).
-, -, Wm., pp. 151213.

Prestwich, Oliver, 20 (p. 16).
-, -, Th., 438 (2 m. 18).

Prestwodde ditch, in Bingwood chace, g. 1494 (34).

Preyor. See Prior.

Preys, John de, of Tournay, 2594.

Prichard, Gl'm., g. 1732 (9).

Prichit, Th., g. 1602 (17).

Priddy (Prydy), Soms., 1803 (2 m. 5).

Prideaux (Prydis, Predise), Ric., ship master, 2842 iii., 2938 ii.
-, - (Predeaux, Predys), Thomas, 438 (3 m. 25).

Prie, Cardinal de. See Bayeux, bp. of.

Priest (Prist, Prest), John, 438 (1 m. 19).

Priestcot (Prescote), Devon, g. 682 (17).

Primoia. See Porzmoguer.

Prince, the. See Henry.

Prince, the [of Castile]. See Charles.

Prince, John, 20 (p. 13), 707, 2348.

Prince fee, in cos. Ntht. and Bucks, g. 257 (32).

Prince's Risborough (Pryncyn Ryseborough), Bucks, 438 (1 m. 12).

Princess, the [of Wales]. See Katharine of Aragon.

Prince Thorpe (Prymethorp, Prince), Warw., 438 (3 m. 33), 438 (4 m. 12):g. 1948 (24).

Prior (Pryer, Preyor), Ric., 1803 (1 m. 6).

Prior John. See Bidoux, P. de.

Prisage. See Butlerage.

Prisoners, release of, g. 289 (35).

Prist. See Priest.

Pritchit, Th., ranger of Purbeck, g. 381 (4).

Prittlewell (Prytwell, Pruteswell, Prittewell), Essex, 438 (2 m. 9), 438 (4 mm. 1, 23?):g. 784 (56), 3582 (30).
-, -, guild of Jesu, 438 (2 m. 25).

PRIVY SEAL, LORD. See FOX, R.

Proclamations, 711.
-, (Army orders), 2219.
-, (apparel), 937.
-, (Englishmen at Calais), 713.
-, (Gascon wine), g. 1524 (34).
-, (Holy League), 1794.
-, (invasion), g. 1602 (38), 1662 (27 ii.).
-, (liveries and retainers), 3353:g. 1316 (8).
-, (musters), g. 257 (62).
-, (statutes and the price of victuals), g. 833 (11).
-, (Tournay), 2318.
-, (transport), g. 1948 (70).
-, (victuals), g. 1524 (30).
-, (Wales), g. 1948 (61).

Proctour (Proktour, Proctyr, &c.), Edmond, 438 (3 m. 22).
-, -, Geoffrey, 438 (2 mm. 5, 10 bis):g. 158 (91).
-, - (Procter), John, 20 (p. 13), 82 (p. 40).
-, -, Ric., 438 (2 m. 10).
-, -, Rob., 438 (2 m. 5).

Prodeous. See St. Prideaux.

Profote. See Purfote.

Promagier. See Porzmoguer.

Promoters, g. 11 (1).

Propreter, Hance. See Popenruyter.

Prospero, Signor. See Colonna.

Protections, g. 158 (50), 218 (18), 357 (24), 414 (32), 604 (7, 10, 28, 34), 632 (10), 682 (14, 36), 709 (15, 20), 731 (32, 46), 784 (1), 804 (19, 24), 833 (4, 6, 33), 885 (6), 924 (1, 8), 1003 (7, 10), 1044 (15), 1083 (3, 9, 17, 38), 1170 (3), 1172 (6, 9), 1221 (14, 33, 45), 1316 (32), 1415 (8, 28), 1462 (36), 1494 (10, 22, 32), 1524 (8, 9, 42), 1602 (3, 16, 18, 223, 42), 1662 (3, 49), 1732 (48), 1804 (39), 1836 (8, 19), 1948 (24, 35), 2055 (6, 22, 31, 48, 81, 122), 2137 (9), 2222 (11), 2422 (12), 2535 (6), 2617 (6, 38), 2684 (66, 93, 97), 2772 (367, 42, 48, 63), 2862 (911), 2964 (69), 3049 (18, 21, 25), 3226 (26), 3324 (3, 7, 15, 23, 29), 3408 (1, 2, 15, 41), 3499 (11, 17, 26, 38, 45), 3582 (2, 4, 30).
-, -, for the wars, g. 1172 (1, 18, 224), 1221 (2, 12, 24), 1266 (6, 7), 1662 (19, 25), 1732 (45), 1804 (7, 15, 23, 31, 34, 51), 1805 (1, 2), 1836 (12, 13, 22, 24), 1948 (8, 1618, 23, 29, 38, 559, 75, 82, 90), 2055 (14, 10, 12, 13, 16, 17, 1921, 235, 28, 30, 32, 378, 52, 55, 58, 645, 68, 702, 76, 78, 82, 90, 92, 94, 99, 100, 1057, 10911, 115, 117, 121), 2137 (25), 2422 (1, 3, 8, 10), 2484 (16), 2535 (5), 2617 (16), 24, 42), 2684 (10, 11, 15, 16, 26, 43, 48, 49, 70, 746, 92, 111), 2772 (8, 19, 22, 31, 47, 523, 55), 2861 (5, 13, 24, 38), 2863 (11, 15), 2964 (14, 14, 19, 24, 27, 43, 46, 50, 66, 76), 3049 (9, 15, 28, 33), 3107 (79, 13, 36, 47), 3226 (16).

Prouce or Prous. See Prowse.

Prout. See Prowde.

Prouz. See Prwse.

Provence, in France, 1301 (p. 596), 1354, 1443, 1647 (p. 743), 1659, 1722 (p. 783), 1750, 3245, 3404.
-, -, merchants of, g. 632 (3).

Provett, Ph., French prisoner, p. 928.

Prowar, Samuel, g. 11 (10).

Prowde, John, 438 (3 m. 32), 1493:g. 682 (14), 1044 (15), 1602 (18).
-, - (Prout, Prudde, Prude), Th., mayor of Calais (151213), 193 (pp. 100, 104), 582, 1715, 2337, 2404, 2414, 2656 (2), 2834, 3135, 3222, 3317:g. 447 (3), 2772 (60).

Prowse (Prouz), Barth., justice of Assizes, g. 1083 (10).
-, - (Prous), John, prior of Taunton, 438 (4 m. 17).
-, - (Prowes), Ric., servant to John Stile, 1665 (p. 765), 1689, 2006, 2117, 2743 (p. 1196), 2966.
-, - (Prouce, Prouse), Rob., 1803 (2 m. 2).

Prude or Prudde. See Prowde.

Prusia. See Brussa.

Prussia (Prwscye, Spruse), p. 1498.
-, -, Great Master of, 3080.

Prussia, Simon de, warden of the Observant Friars of Grningen, commissary of the Order, 2090, 2599.

Pruteswell. See Prittlewell.

Prwscye. See Prussia.

Pry, cardinal of. See Bayeux.

Prydis. See Prideaux.

Prykke, Ric., rector of Broughton, g. 190 (44).

Prymethorp. See Prince Thorpe.

Pryour, Wm., 2606.

Publow, Soms., 1803 (2 m. 5).

Pucci, Laurence, cardinal of St. Quatuor (25 Sept. 1513), 2320n., 3298:p. 1528.
-, -, -, letter from, 3289.

Puchier, Baudec, of Bethune, deposition by, 2693.

Puckridge (Bukrigge, Pokeriche, &c.), John, 1803 (2 m. 5).

Puck Shipton (Pukshippon), Wilts, 438 (1 m. 13).

Puddington (Podyngton), Chesh., g. 2137 (23).

Pudlicot (Pudly Cote), Oxon, 438 (3 m. 27).

Pudsey, Henry, 438 (4 m. 2):g. 833 (41).
-, -, Ralph, g. 1083 (35), 2863 (14).
-, -, Th., 438 (4 m. 2):g. 833 (41).

Puebla, Doctor de, 6 (p. 5), 112.
-, -, -, his son. See Ferdinandus.

Pugham, Devon, 438 (2 m. 23).

Puglia. See Apulia.

Puhit, Andrew, a Scot, p. 1521.

Puissant, Piers [secretary of Maximilian, who was ambassador to Henry VII. in 1487], 3248, 3253.

Pukshippon. See Puck Shipton.

Pulbon, John, g. 2862 (7).

Pulborough (Pulbergh), Suss., 438 (1 m. 19), 3038.
-, -, rector presented, g. 414 (33).

Pulham, Norf., 438 (4 m. 11).
-, -, rector of, 438 (2 m. 25).

Pulham, East- (Estpulham, Est Pullam), Dors., 559:g. 969 (38).

Pulham St. Mary, Norf., 1803 (2 m. 2).

Pull or Pulle. See Pole or Pool.

Pulley, Ric., 438 (2 m. 23).

Pulleyn (Pullayn, Pullan, Pullen), John, 438 (1 m. 14), 2415:p. 1547:g. 804 (29 v., vi., x.), 833 (50 iii., iv.), 1365 (3).
-, -, Ric., 438 (1 m. 14).

Pultney (Poultney, Powltney), John, groom of the Chamber, 20 (p. 13), 82 (p. 42), 228, 640, 1015, 3554.
-, -, John, yeoman, 20 (p. 15), 2442, 2480 (15).
-, - (Pulteney), Sir Thomas, 438 (3 mm. 1, 6).
-, - (Pulteney), Th., esquire for the Body. 20 (p. 16), 438 (3 m. 1):p. 1539:g. 3499 (12).

Pulter, Ric., g. 1494 (55).
-, -, Wm., p. 1538.

Pulton, Giles, 438 (2 m. 7):g. 3226 (27).

Pulver, Th., p. 1548.

Pulvertoft, Ralph, clk., 438 (1 m. 13).

Pulworth, Ntht., 438 (2 m. 16), i.e. Culworth.

Punikcal. See Purcell.

Puningis. See Poynings.

Punsbourne (Pounesborne, Ponsborn), Herts [in Hatfield and Little Berkhampstead], 438 (3 m. 1).

Puntyng. See Pounting.

Punynges. See Poynings.

Puplat, Th., 2054 (2).

Purbeck (Purbeke) Island, Dors., g. 709 (47), 1123 (26).
-, -, bailiff of, g. 158 (39).
-, -, ranger of, g. 381 (4), 1602 (17).

Purbright. See Pirbright.

Purcell (Punikcal), Wm., clk., p. 1524.

Purchas, Wm., alderman, 438 (3 m. 11).

Purde, Th., g. 54 (52).
-, -, Wm., clerk of the Privy Seal, 20 (p. 18):g. 1415 (24), 1836 (17).

Puregold (Pooregold, Pyrgold), John, notary, 438 (2 m. 21).

Purfote, Pourfott or Profote, Th., 438 (4 m. 20).
-, -, Wm., 438 (4 m. 20).

Purgayny. See Abergavenny.

Purgh. See Borough.

Puriton (Peryton), Soms., g. 604 (42), 969 (70), 1083 (2).

Purley, Essex, 438 (2 m. 18).

Purley, John, g. 969 (52).
-, -, Nic., 1496 iii.

Purrart,, 3004n.

Purser or pursemaker, 438 (3 m. 26):g. 749 (28).

Purser, Ralph, 1450 (p. 661).

Pursse, John, g. 2684 (41).

Purston, Yorks, 438 (3 m. 12).

Purton (Pyrton), Wilts, 438 (2 m. 23).

Purton (surname). See Pirton.

Purwhit. See Pirwit.

Purwich (Purvoche, Purweche, &c.), Th., 438 (1 m. 9).

Pury, East- (Estpury), Ntht., g. 1083 (41).

Pusey, Berks, 438 (3 m. 6).

Pushing, John, pp. 151213.

Puston, Heref., 438 (2 m. 29).

Puteolanus, Ludovicus, the card. of St. Mark's secretary, letters to, 106, 588, 656.

Putney (Potenhithe, Putteneth), Surr., 438 (3 m. 14), 1080, 1803 (2 m. 5).

Putteney Lorcy. See Pitney.

Puttenham, Surr., 438 (4 m. 23).

Puttenham (Putnam), Sir George, 164, 2574:g. 833 (58 ii.), 1221 (6).

Puycener, M. de. See Bordeaux, F. de.

Puynton. See Poynton.

Pychecombe. See Pitchcomb.

Pycot. See Pigot.

Pye (Apye), Ric., 438 (2 m. 4).
-, -, Wm., g. 924 (16).

Pyere, Th., vicar of Barsted, p. 1527.

Pygeon,, of Yarmouth, g. 11 (10).

Pygot. See Pigot.

Pygottys. See Picotts.

Pygtore, Derb. [in Fairfield], 438 (4 m. 26).

Pykehall. See Pickle.

Pykenham, Wm., vicar of Damerham, 853.

Pykeworth. See Pickworth.

Pykhaner, Th., alias Tickhill, q.v.

Pykkyngton, Lanc., 438 (1 m. 12).

Pykkyngton, Roger, 438 (1 m. 12).

Pykman. See Pikeman.

Pykott. See Pigot.

Pykstok (Pycstok), John, 438 (1 m. 22).

Pyme, Alex., g. 381 (30).
-, - (Pym), Reynold, 1493:g. 381 (30).

Pympe (Pynpe), Henry, 3057, 3174.

Pymperne and Pymperne hundred, Dors., g. 94 (35).

Pynago. See Penago.

Pynde, Th., 438 (4 m. 7).

Pyne (Pynne), Devon, 438 (2 m. 9).

Pyne, Bramford-, Devon, 438 (2 m. 15).

Pyne, Upton-, Devon, 438 (2 m. 15).

Pyne, Henry, g. 709 (3).
-, -, Nic., g. 709 (3).
-, -, Th., g. 1662 (51).

Pynkeley. See Pencelly.

Pynkernell, John, Joan and Wm., g. 3226 (11).

Pynketh, Rob., 2049.

Pynkney, George, p. 1549.

Pynnago. See Pennago.

Pynnard, Peter, g. 1316 (5).

Pynnot, John alias Augeoy, of Gwenne, g. 1462 (8).

Pynnyng, John, g. 158 (91).

Pynson (Pinson), Ric., King's printer, 2246 (5), 2457:g. 485 (4), 1266 (20).
-, -, -, denization of, g. 2137 (31).

Pynyngton. See Pennington.

Pyon, King's. See under K.

Pyrenees, the mountains, 1071 (p. 517), 1523.

Pyrgold. See Puregold.

Pyrk, Joan and Roger, g. 2772 (57).

Pyrle, Th., g. 1494 (21 A.).

Pyrton. See Purton.

Pysseneir, M. de. See Bordeaux, F. de.

Pytchley (Pightesley), Ntht., p. 1548.

Pyte. See Pett.

Pyworthy (Paynworthy), Devon, g. 218 (52), 381 (18).