Index: S

Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 11, July-December 1536. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1888.

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'Index: S', in Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 11, July-December 1536, (London, 1888) pp. 690-701. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/letters-papers-hen8/vol11/pp690-701 [accessed 24 April 2024]

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S.

Sa, Michael de la, Queen Katharine's physician, 41.

Sabyn, Wm., 1057:—g. 1417 (23, 25).

-, -, letter from, 1057.

Sacheverell, Sir Henry, 562, 580 (p. 235), 1136 (2).

-, Ralph, 560.

Sackville (Sakfylde), John, 580 (p. 234):— g. 1217 (23).

-, (Sakevyle), Marg., last prioress of Easebourne, g. 202 (37).

Sacraments, the, 376.—Sacrament of the Altar, 100, 405, 778.

Sadbar, Henry, 805.

Sadler (Sadleyr), Ralph, groom of the Privy Chamber, Cromwell's clerk, afterwards Secretary of State, 31, 61, 117, 174, 277, 501, 573 (p. 228), 1124:—g. 1217 (4).

-, -, letters from, 277, 501, 1124.

-, -, his handwriting, 780, 826, 843, 957.

-, -, his old master, 573 (p. 228).

Sadler (Saddelar), Roger, 975.

Sadolet, James, bp. of Carpentras, afterwards cardinal, 384, 1100, 1435.

-, -, letter from, 1435.

Safwell. See Savell.

Saham Tony, Norf., 135.

St. Agathes. See Richmond (Yorks.), St. Agathas.

St. Albans, Herts, letters dated at, 251, 1384.

-, abbey of, 354, App. 16:—g. 1417 (10).

-, abbot of (circ. 1456), 870.

-, Robt. Catton, abbot of, 251, 354 ii., 580 (4), 868, 1384.

-, -, letters from, 251, 1384.

-, -, his clerk, James, 868.

-, cellarer of, 868.

St. Andrews, abp. of. See Betoun, James.

St. Asaph's, bp. of. See Warton, Robt.

-, bpric. of, 134:—g. 202 (42).

St. Anbyn (Sayntabon), Mr., 405.

-, Thos., g. 1217 (23).

St. Benet's. See Hulme St. Benets.

St. Buriana's chapel, Cornw., g. 1217 (4).

St. Clere (Sayntclere). See Sinclair.

St. David's, Pemb., 1427.

-, cathedral of, 1427–8.

St. David's bpric. of, 1427–8.

St. David's, bp. of. See Barlow, Wm.

St. Ellyns, abbess of, App. 16.

St. Faith's (St. Feythe). See Horsham.

St. George (i.e. San Giorgio at Venice), abbot of. See Cortesius, Gregory.

St. Germain, in Jersey, g. 202 (12).

St. Germain-en-Laye, letter dated, 1389.

St. German, Christopher (author of "the Doctor and Student"), 1246.

St. Giles, nunnery of. See Flamstead.

St. Jalhe, Didier de, grand master of the Order of St. John (of Rhodes), his death, 779 (p. 301), 849, 917, 983.

St. Jerome's writings, 1459–60.

St. John, Sir John, 580 (2), 844, 972, 1018, 1103:—g. 1417 (5).

St. John, Mr., of Kent, his daughter, 870.

St. John of Jerusalem, Order of, (or of Malta), 77, 521 (p. 211).

-, -, grand commander, 77.

-, -, grand master of. See St. Jalhe, Didier de.

-, -, officers of, named, 77.

-, -, turcopoliers of, 917.

St. John of Jerusalem, priory of, in Clerkenwell, 77, 135 (p. 56), 406, 419, 450 n.

-, -, auditorship of, 406, 419, 450.

-, -, clerk of the treasury, 135 (p. 56).

-, -, prior of (grand prior in England). See Weston, Sir Wm.

-, -, receipts of, 77.

-, -, receiver of. See Sutton, John.

St. John's (Sent Jones), lord of (i.e. prior). See Weston, Sir Wm.

St. Leger, Anthony (of Ulcombe), afterwards deputy of Ireland, 444, 580 (1, 2 p. 233):—App. 8.

-, -, letter from, 444.

St. Leger, Sentleger, Sellengier, Selenger:—

-, Lady, 382 (3).

-, -, her late husband (Sir James St. Leger ?), 382 (3).

-, Ant., priest, 175, 746.

-, -, letters from, 175, 746.

-, -, his brother, Cromwell's servant, 444.

-, -, his pedigree, 746 n.

-, Arthur, prior of Leeds (resigned, g. 519 (20).

-, Sir Thos., brother-in-law of Edward IV., 746 n.

St. Low (Saynctlow, Saintlo), Sir John, captain in Ireland, sheriff of Gloucestershire (1536–7), 1, 580 (pp. 232, 235), 623, 934:—g. 1217 (23).

- (Saintlo, Sayntclow, Seyntlowe), Wm., brother of Sir John, captain in Ireland, 69, 257 (p. 109), 259, 265–6, 281, 333, 934, 1149 (p. 461), 1150.

St. Michael, Order of (Order of France), 15, 1315.

St. Michael's Mount, Cornw., 790 (2).

St. Omer (St. Omers), in Flanders, 95, 415, 436, 440, 471, 1151, 1202, 1359, 1498 (3).

-, letters dated at, 428, 482, 507, 633, 668, 1021, 1274, 1313.

-, letter from the town, 440.

-, proclamation at, 95.

-, captain of. See Roud, Mons. de.

St. Oswalds, near Pontefract, 1402.

St. Osyth's Abbey, Essex, John, abbot of, 670:—g. 202 (9).

St. Owmers. See St. Omer.

St. Peters in Thanet, Kent, 464.

St. Pierre, sieur de, 443.

St. Pol, the count of, 1183 (p. 480).

St. Quentin (Quintain), in Picardy, 254.

St. Swithin's. See under Winchester.

St. Thomas of Aquinas, 1111.

St. Thomas, 301 (p. 127).

St. Vinox (qu. Berg St. Vinox?), in Flanders, letter dated at, 1151.

Saints, prayers to, 15, 59 (2), 376, 1421, 1424.

Sais, Harry, 879 ii.

Sakfyld. See Sackville.

Saleby (Salleby), Linc., 975 (f. 8).

-, vicar of, 975 (fos. 3, 8).

Salerno, abp. of, 269, 376, 1100. [According to the Italia Sacra the abp. at the time was cardinal Ridolfi, but in none of these references is he called cardinal.]

Salinas, Maria de. See Willoughby, lady.

Salinge, Old, Essex, g. 202 (36).

Salisbury (Sarum), 290, 301 (2).

-, letter dated at, 524.

-, cathedral of, 291.

-, -, dean of. See Vannes, Peter.

Salisbury, bishop of. See Shaxton, Nic.

Salisbury, bpric. of, 438.

-, book of the "hours of the use of Sarum," 1488.

Salisbury, Margaret Plantagenet countess of, mother of cardinal Pole and lord Montague, 72 (p. 35), 92–3, 139 i., iii., 157, 454, 654, 1219, 1355.

-, -, letter from, 93.

-, -, letter to, 92.

Salisbury, John, chancellor and chamberlain of Denbigh (1536), 310:—g. 385 (18).

-, John, prior of Horsham St. Faith and suffragan bp. of Thetford, 327, 484.

-, -, letter to, 484.

-, John, captain in Ireland, 934.

- (Salusbury), Piers, letter from, 238.

-, Robt., of Cambridge, letter from, 594.

-, Robt., son of Piers, 238.

Salley. See Sawley.

Salonica, in Macedonia, 70.

Salop or Shropshire, 381 B, 580 (p. 235), 589:—g. 1217 (23), 1417 (15).

-, sheriff of. See Corbet, John (1536–7).

Salt, 1253.

Saltemarche, Thos., 622.

Saltfleetby, Linc., g. 1217 (1).

Saltfleet Haven, Linc., 970 (p. 394).

Saluces. See Saluzzo.

Salusbury. See Salisbury.

Saluzzo (Saluces), marquisate of, 285 (p. 121), 383, 744.

Saluzzo (Saluces), Francis marquis of (1529–37), 7 (p. 4, 6), 15, 35, 147 (p. 62).

-, -, his brother Michael Anthony, the preceding marquis, 7 (p. 4).

Salvage, Henry, of Genoa, 516, 1419.

Salvation, 59 (2), 86.

Salviati, John cardinal, 1194.

Sambourne, Anne, wife of Wm., g. 202 (7).

-, Drugo, g. 202 (7).

-, Margaret. See Windsor, Marg.

-, Wm., g. 202 (7).

Sampall, John, letter to, 980. See also Sampoull.

Sampcotes, Mr., 805, 828 vi.

Sampford (Samford) Peverell, Devon, 164.

Sampoull, Mr., 805.

-, -, his son and heir, 805.

Sampson, Richard, bp. of Chichester, dean of the Chapel Royal (1523–36), dean of St. Paul's (1536), in commission to treat with Chapuys, 7 (p. 7), 24, 60, 91 (p. 43), 124 (7), 125, 230, 285 (pp. 118, 120–1), 359, 367, 389, 479, 528 (pp. 213, 215), 543, 580 (pp. 232–3, 236), 701, 726, 753, 826 (4), 879, 885, 957, 1040, 1228, 1237, 1327;—App. 9:—g. 202 (6), 1417 (16).

-, -, letter from, 726.

-, -, commission to, 367.

-, -, handwriting of, 124 (7), 826 (4).

-, -, signature of, 60, 701, 753, 799, 885, 1040, 1228.

-, -, his book, 91 (p. 43).

Sampson, Nich., brother of the bp. of Chichester, sig. of, 543.

Sanby (qu. Saundby, Notts.?), letter dated at, 533.

Sanctuary, 1245–6.

Sandall (Sandalles), Yorks, 1038 (2).

Sandall (Sandoll) Castle, Yorks., 1410 (3, 4).

-, letter dated, 742.

Sandby, Thos., 969.

Sandegaate, near Guisnes, 1494.

Sanders. See Saunders.

Sanderson (Saunderson), Henry, 828 i. (1, 2), 967, 968, 972, 975 (f. 8).

-, John, 968.

-, Nich., 828 xi., 842 (3).

-, Thos., 828 xi.

Sandes (Sannes), Wm. lord, of the Vine, Chamberlain of the Household, lieutenant of Guisnes, 104, 139 i., iv., 232, 241, 288, 313, 341, 580 (2, 5), 643, 754–5, 799, 879, 885, 957, 1443:— g. 202 (4 p. 85, 29, 43).

-, -, letters from, 241, 288, 313, 341, 754–5.

-, -, sig. of, 776, 885.

Sandes, lady Margery, wife of the preceding, 313:—g. 202 (29).

Sandes, Sandis, or Sands, Anth., App. 8:— g. 1217 (23).

-, John, son of Lord Sandes, 313, 341.

-, Sir Ric., 580 (p. 233).

Sandford, Joan, prioress of Hevenynges, g. 1217 (26).

-, Nich., g. 1217 (8).

-, Thos., g. 202 (34).

Sandon (Saundon), Sir Wm., 672 (2), 722 (2), 828 i. (2), iii. (2), 842 (3), 967 i., iii., v., 975:—App. 10.

-, -, sig. of, App. 10.

Sandwich, Kent, 444, 714 (p. 276), 1254.

Sanford, Linc. (qu. Stamford?), g. 519 (13).

Sannes. See Sandes.

Santa Cruz, Francis Quignones, cardinal cf, 64.

Sapcote (Sapcotts), Edw., 975 (f. 4).

-, Henry, 939.

-, Robt., sub-prior of St. Mary's Leicester, 26.

Saracens, 402.

Sarborowghe, Chr., 842 (3).

Sarum. See Salisbury.

Sarys, John, and his brother, 1254.

Sauch (Saulche), Jean de la, of the Emperor's Privy Chamber, 441 (p. 177).

Sauley. See Sawley.

Saundby (Sonbye), Notts., 536.

-, letter dated at, 533 (? Sanby).

Saunder, John, 393.

Saunders, Barnaby, 580 (6).

-, Percival, 1230.

-, (Sanders), Will., 164 (2), 931:— g. 202 (13).

-, -, sig. of, 931.

Saunderson. See Sanderson.

Saundon. See Sandon.

Savage or Savaige, Ant., g. 385 (9).

-, Eliz. lady, widow of Sir John Savage and of Wm. Brereton, 135 (p. 56), 1024.

-, -, letter from, 1024.

-, John, 385 (9).

-, Thos., 580 (6).

Savell (Savile, Savyle, Safwell, Sayvell, Seyvell, Sevele, Saywell), Sir Henry, 522, 581, 846, 960, 997, 1049 (3), 1051, 1058, 1067, 1112–14, 1122–3, 1127, 1138 (p. 456), 1139, 1167, 1410 (3):— g. 1217 (23).

-, -, letter to, 997.

-, -, his wife, 1138 (p. 456).

Saveuses, Antoinette de, letters from, 292, 336, 991.

-, Jenne de. See Riou, madame de.

Savile. See Savell.

Savillan, in Piedmont, 235, 284.

Savona, 779 (p. 300).

Savoy, 7 (p. 6), 8, 184, 285 (p. 121), 383, 479 (p. 190, 192).

Savoy, Charles III. duke of, 7 (pp. 4, 5, 6), 8, 9, 40, 184, 201, 235, 287, 378, 383, 389 (p. 158), 479 (pp. 191, 193).

Savoy, Beatrix duchess of, sister of the Empress, 179, 383, 779 (p. 300).

Sawch, Thos., 259 ii.

Sawley (Salley, Psalley Sauley), Lanc., 807, 856–7, 894, 947 (1, 2), 1047 (p. 422), 1066, 1118, 1178, 1218, 1251–2.

-, abbey of, the monks restored at, 783–5, 857, 1218.

-, papers relating to, 786, 872.

-, abbot of, 1218.

Sawroton, Hants, g. 202 (37).

Sawyer, Nic., 920.

Saxby, Linc., 853.

Saxony, 80.

Saxony, George duke of (Alhertinian line), 475.

Saxony John Frederic elector-duke of, 185, 378, 388, 987.

-, -, letter from, 388.

Saxton, Yorks., 960.

Saxton, Henry, clk., g. 1417 (2).

Saynetlow or Sayntelow. See St. Low.

Sayvell. See Savell.

Scarborough (Skarborow), Yorks., 1103, 1106–7, 1115–16, 1128, 1155 (4).

-, castle of, 760 (2), 883, 989, 1088, 1116, 1128, 1162 (see Notes), 1410 (3, 4).

Scargill (Skargill), lady, 522 (p. 212), 960.

-, Wm., 522 (p. 212).

Scarlet, Wm., 1078.

Scartho (Skarthey), Linc, 827 ii.

Scepuse, John Zapolsky count, waywode of Transylvania, claimant of the kingdom of Hungary (King John), 179 (p. 78).

Schelley. See Shelley.

Schephard. See Shepherd.

Schere, John, prior of Launceston, letter from, 796.

Schether. See Shether.

Schilhing, Philippus, of St. John's, 77.

Schrevilsby. See Scrivelsby.

Schwobach, in Franconia, letter dated at, 1142.

Schyn, John, vicar of Holy Rood, Southampton, 1394.

Schyne, John, 967 vi.

Schyngeye. See Shingay.

Scoler, John, 164 (2).

Scorborough (Sorbrugh), Yorks., g. 519 (1).

Scotch letters, 1049.

Scotch chancellor. See Betoun, David.

Scotch marriage. See under James V.

Scotherne (Scotham, Scothorn), Linc., 805, 828 i. (2).

Scothyby, Rob., 828 i. (2).

Scotland and the Scots, 8 (p. 10), 248, 276, 296, 400, 423, 512, 563, 742, 826 (2), 862, 916, 955, 1044–5 (p. 420), 1064 (2), 1086 (p. 437), 1100, 1143, 1170, 1173, 1175, 1183 (p. 480), 1194, 1234, 1246, 1250, 1271, 1293–4, 1328 ii., 1420, 1427.

-, English ambassador just returned from, 8 (p. 10).

-, nuncio to. See Laurerius, Dionysius.

-, council of, 400, 512.

-, chancellor of. See Glasgow, abp. of.

Scotland, marches of, 736, 742, 1005.

-, -, warden of (East and Middle), 563, 736. See Northumberland, earl of.

-, East March, 736, 1410 (3).

-, Middle March, 736, 1410 (3).

-, West Marches, 666, 1294.

Scott, —, of Camberwell, App. 8.

-, (Scote), Gilbert, Darcy's constable of Pomfret castle, 522 (p. 212), 1114, 1168, 1402.

-, -, letter to, 1114.

Scotter, Linc., 1155 (p. 466? "Skytter.")

Scrivelsby (Screlysbye, Screllytbye, Schrevilsby), Linc., 828 i. (2), 967 iii., v., 975.

Scriven. See Skrevyn.

Scrooby, Notts, 826, 930.

-, letter dated, 840.

Scrope (of Bolton), John lord, 104, 391 i., iii., 481, 556 (2), 580 (5), 677, 688 (3), 695, 759, 760 (2), 846, 928, 929 x., 1045, 1155 (2), 1205–6:—g. 1217 (19),

-, -, letters from, 677, 929 x.

-, -, letter to, 556 (2).

-, -, his wife (bedfellow), 677.

Scudamore or Skydmore (Skudamor), John, sheriff of Herefordshire (1536–7), 580 (p. 233), 670, 1255, 1328, 1338:— g. 1217 (23).

-, -, letter from, 1328.

-, Sir John, g. 202 (10).

Scurfeld, John, 778.

Scutt. See Skutt.

Se . . . . ., Mr., 828 xiii.

Seaton (Seton), Yorks., g. 519 (1).

Secretary, Mr. See Cromwell, Thomas.

Sedbergh or Sedbar (Cedbarr), Yorks., 563 (2), 564, 604, 692 (2), 760 (2), 928, 1060, 1135, 1155 (2), 1207, 1246.

-, vicarage of, g. 943 (16).

Seditious paper, a, 1260.

Seel, Adrian, 633.

Seinpoole, Matt., 842 (3).

Selby, Yorks., letters dated at, 1039, 1069.

Selby, —, 1293.

Sellengier. See St. Leger.

Seller, Will., and his wife, 463, 1347, 1498 (4).

Selman, Ric., g. 1417 (3, 15).

Semar, manor of, letter dated, 792.

Semy, Jean. See Smith, John.

Sendry, Davy, 237.

Sendy, —, 813.

Sene, Joken. See Wilson, John.

Senlis, Jenne de, letter from, 735.

Sentleger. See St. Leger.

Serrate, John de, chamberlain to the bp. of Tarbes, 1334.

Seton. See Seaton.

Seton, Anne, abbess of Chatteris, g. 385 (22).

Sevele. See Savell.

Seville, in Spain, 40, 76, 254.

Sewster, John, 580 (4).

Sexton, Edm., mayor of Limerick, 101, 205, 257 (bis), 266–7, 282, 333. 381 A., 1150, 1332, 1381.

-, -, letter from, 267.

-, -, letter to, 205.

Seyce, —, 1249 (2).

-, Will., 1328.

Seymour, Sir Edward, viscount Beauchamp (1536), chancellor and chamberlain of North Wales (1536), brother of queen Jane, 5, 38, 139 iv., 310, 413— 14, 467, 479 (p. 190), 491, 573, 580 (2 bis, 5), 830, 889, 1055, 1072, 1082, 1181, 1256, 1282, 1358, 1431:— App. 9:—g. 202 (12), 385 (16, 20).

-, -, dame Anne, his wife, g. 385 (20).

Seymour (Semey), Jane, queen (1536–7), daughter of Sir John Seymour, 7 (pp. 7, 8), 8 (p. 10,) 13, 29, (p. 17), 32–3, 40 (pp. 23–4), 43, 47, 62, 64–5, 94, 105, 108–9, 132, 148 (p. 65), 191, 250, 253, 264, 285 (pp. 119, 121), 334, 355, 370, 423, 454, 465, 467, 475, 493, 501, 528 (p. 215), 559, 567, 580 (3), 631, 860 (p. 346), 1097, 1144, 1250, 1291, 1317, 1358, 1369, 1397, 1439:— App. 16:—g. 202 (33), 519 (17).

-, -, letter from, 1144.

-, -, her chambers at Windsor, 879.

-, -, her chancellor, 580 (3), 879.

-, -, her council, 580 (3), 879.

-, -, her gentlewoman. See Horsman, Margery.

-, -, her master of the horse, 580 (3).

-, -, her secretary, 879.

Seymour, Robert, 324, 371.

-, -, letter from, 371.

- (Seymer), Thos., 509:—g. 943 (1).

Seynt. See Saint (St.).

Seyntclere. See Sinclair.

Seyntpole, John, 522.

Seyvell. See Savell.

Sforzas, the ducal family of Milan, 383.

Shaftesbury (Shafton) nunnery, Dors., 1450.

-, letter dated, 1340.

-, abbess and convent of, 1340.

Shakerley, —, and his wife, 222.

-, Roland, 1419 ii.

Shakeston. See Shaxton.

Shalford (Shallesford), Surr., g. 202 (37).

Shalling, Hants, g. 385 (3).

Shamulhurst, Hants, g. 385 (3).

Shannon, the, river in Ireland, 259, 574.

Shap (Shapp), Westmld., abbey of, g. 1217 (14).

-, abbot of. See Bagot, Ric.

Sharington, Will., 974.

Sharland, in Sheppey, letters dated at, 418, 1364.

Sharpe, Robt., and Eliz. his wife, g. 202 (4).

Shawe, Berks, g. 202 (37).

Shawe, Robt., King's servant, 533.

Shawtforthe, Thos., g. 943 (4).

Shaxton, Nic., bp. of Salisbury, 60, 117, 124 (2), 135 (p. 56), 580 (pp. 234, 236), 705:—g. 202 (9).

-, -, signature of, 60, 124 (2).

Shaxton (Shakeston), John, receiver of tenths in the bpric. of Salisbury, 135 (p. 56).

Sheen. See Shene.

Shefeld. See Sheffield.

Sheffield, Suss., 603.

Sheffield, Yorksh., 1112.

-, letters dated at, 424, 459, 536–7.

-, castle, letter dated, 1320.

Sheffield (Shefeld), John, 522, 842 (3), 971 (p. 395).

Shelburn, Wm., priest, letter from, 649.

Shelley, Sheley, Schelley, &c.:—

-, Edw., 583.

-, Eliz., abbess of St. Mary's Winchester, 478, 527, 1347:—g. 385 (20).

-, -, letters from, 478, 527.

-, Oswald, 1155 (2).

-, Sir Wm., justice, 381 B., 523.

Shelton, lady Anne, wife of Sir John, gouvernante of the princess Mary, 7 (p. 7).

Shelton, Edw. of, 1155 (1).

-, Sir John, steward of the households of Mary and Elizabeth, 203, 240, 312.

-, -, letter from, 312.

-, Ralph, 500–1.

-, -, his father, 500.

Shene (Sheen) Charterhouse, Surr., App. 16.

-, letter dated at, 244.

-, Henry Man, prior of, 244, 1426.

-, -, letter from, 244.

Shepherd (Shepard, Sheperde), John, g. 202 (33), 385 (38).

- (Schephard), Wm., alias Christchurch, last prior of Mottisfont, g. 202 (29).

Sheppey, St. Sexburg's, alias Minster Priory. See Minster.

Sherard, Thos., sheriff of Rutland (1536–7), g. 1217 (23).

Sherburn, near Scarborough, 1155 (4).

Sherburn, Robt., bp. of Chichester (resigned 1536), 291, 380, 629:—g. 202 (6).

Sheriffhutton, Yorks., 1138 (p. 456), 1380, 1410 (4).

Sheriff roll (1536–7), g. 1217 (23).

Sherman, John, letter from, 1489.

-, Ralph, 1476.

Sherwood (Shyrwod) Forest, Notts., 558, 562.

Shether, —, 529.

- (Schether), Geoff., prior of Dunmow, 57:—g. 202 (36).

-, John, g. 202 (4).

Shetshaa, Hants., g. 385 (3).

Shevek, Herr George, burgomaster of Dantzic, 1474.

Sheyne, John, 842 (4).

Shields, Nthld., g. 943 (4).

Shingay (Schyngeye), Camb., commandry of, 849.

Ships, 46, 239, 254, 263, 275, 285 (p. 120), 286, 304, 358 (p. 145), 366, 368, 381 A, B, 389, 437, 441, 579 (2), 1129, 1201, 1227, 1273, 1301, 1497, 1453.

-, the King's, 516.

-, coming from the Baltic, 1296.

-, Breton, 814. See also French.

-, hoys of Calais taken by Flemings, 1158.

-, hoys stayed in Calais, 34.

-, a pink of Nieuport taken at Calais, 263.

-, of Dunkirk taken by the French, 286.

-, English, taken by Dunkirk, 363.

-, of Faversham, 828 xii.

-, Flemish or Dutch, men-of-war, 418, 1102, 1124, 1129, 1200, 1258, 1261.

-, English, arrested in Flanders, 479 (p. 194), 494.

-, fishing boats taken in Flanders, 667.

-, French, 275, 286.

-, French or Breton with brasil, taken in Southampton water, 1102, 1124, 1199, 1200.

-, French, taken in English waters, 1364.

-, -, taken by Spaniards at Aigues Mortes, 7 (p. 4, 6).

-, French navy in the Channel, 7 (p. 9), 37, 147 (p. 61), 368, 418.

-, English, taken by the French, 286, 418, 422, 631.

-, at Hull, 998, 1059, 1078, 1095.

-, of Hull in France and Flanders, 1169.

-, Lord Lisle's, 46, 61, 94, 108, 413, 418, 940.

-, -, master of, 61.

-, -, purser of, 46, 61, 94.

-, of Newcastle, 1296.

- wrecked between Nieuport and Ostend, 1341.

- from Peru, 254.

-, Portuguese (Portingale), 275, 631.

- at Scarborough, 1128.

-, a crayer sent from Grimsby to relieve Evers at Scarborough taken by rebels, 1106, 1115–6, 1128, 1175 (p. 475).

-, -, captain of. See Waters, Edw.

- of Scotland, 396, 400, 423, 479 (p. 196), 512, 631, 916 ii.

-, Spanish, taken by the French in English ports, 147 (p. 62), 275, 286.

-, Turkish, 70.

-, preparing, in the Thames to go to Yorkshire, 1128, 1143 (p. 458), 1239, 1408.

- rigged in Zealand, 254.

Ships, named:—
-, Frances, 934.
-, The George, 263 (2).
-, Mary Willoughby, 400, 631.

Shirleswoode in Elmstead, Essex, g. 519 (6).

Shirley (Shorley, Shurley), Sir Ric., 580 (pp. 232–4), 670.

-, Thos., App. 2.

Shirlond, Wm., 381 C.

Shoemaker, Edmund, 975 (fo. 8).

-, Harry, 842 (4).

Shooters Hill, Kent, 233.

Shorley. See Shirley.

Shoters. See Shooters.

Shrewsbury, letter dated, 1255.

Shrewsbury, George Talbot earl of, Lord Steward, 5 (1 and 2), 101, 139 i, iii., 177, 200, 247, 326, 375, 424, 459, 522 (p. 212), 533, 536–7, 552–3, 560–2, 565, 569, 578, 580 (p. 235 bis, 236), 587–90, 592, 603, 605, 612–3, 618, 625, 642, 644, 647, 656, 662–4, 672–6, 680, 694, 712, 715–9, 723, 726, 728–31, 738–40, 747–52, 755, 757–9, 764–76, 783, 793–4, 799, 800, 802, 807–8, 816–7, 822, 824–5, 826 (1, 3), 834, 838, 840–2, 845–6, 849–50, 852, 853 (p. 343), 860, 864–5, 879 ii., 883–4, 894, 899, 900–2, 909–12, 920 (2), 922, 928–30, 937, 947, 949, 955 (3), 957, 960, 986, 995, 997, 1005, 1009, 1022, 1025–9, 1031, 1042, 1045–6 (3), 1048–9, 1058–9, 1063–4, 1067–8, 1086, 1096, 1112–3, 1116, 1121–3, 1127, 1134, 1136, 1138 (p. 456), 1140–1, 1146, 1153–5 (p. 466), 1162, 1167–8, 1174, 1187, 1196, 1205–6, 1209–10, 1212, 1223, 1225–8, 1252–3, 1236, 1239, 1241, 1267, 1276, 1308, 1319–20, 1337, 1397, 1406 (p. 558), 1410 (3):—App. 9:— g. 1417 (3, 15).

-, -, appointed the King's lieutenant, 757.

-, -, letters from, 177, 326, 424, 459, 536–7, 562, 587–9, 644, 673–4, 694, 730–1, 740, 757–8, 772–4, 840, 900–2, 910, 929 xxi., xxii., xxiv., xxvi., xxviii., 1028–9, 1048, 1058, 1067–8, 1112, 1141, 1153–4, 1187, 1233, 1320.

-, -, sig. of, 887, 1136 (2).

-, -, letters to, 561, 565, 612, 618, 647, 662, 715–6, 729, 739, 747–8, 759, 771, 802, 912, 928, 929 i., xxiii., xxv., xxix., xxx., 1049, 1059, 1063, 1122–3, 1140, 1146, 1209, 1223, 1225, 1293, 1337.

-, -, his army, 791.

-, -, his auditors, 459.

Shrivenham, Berks., 1231.

Shropshire. See Salop.

Shulbred priory, Sussex, App. 2.

-, prior quondam of, App. 2.

Shurley. See Shirley.

Shyrwood. See Sherwood.

Sicily, 181.

-, the straits of, 179 (p. 78).

Sickness. See Plague.

Sicyll. See Cecil.

Sidney, Sir Will., 841 i., iv.

Sienna, in Italy, letter dated at, 654.

Sigismund, —, 155.

Simondes, Wm., 135 (bis).

Simson, John, 842 (3).

Sinclair (Synkler, Saynctclere, Seyntclere), Sir John, 580 (pp. 233–4), 670, 1319: App. 1:—g. 202 (9).

-, -, letter from, 1319.

-, -, sig. of, App. 1.

-, Oliver, 916.

Sion (Syon) monastery, Midd., 210 (2), 487.

-, letter dated at, 994.

-, Agnes, abbess of, letter from, 994.

-, "the father" of, 501.

Sittingbourne, Kent, 108.

Skarborow. See Scarborough.

Skargill. See Scargill.

Skarthey. See Scartho.

Skeffington, Sir Wm., dec., lord deputy of Ireland (died 31 Dec. 1535), 1, 2 (2), 103, 208, 382 (2), 934, 1149 (p. 461), 1150, 1157.

Skeffington, lady Anne, widow of, 208, 1150

-, -, letter from, 208.

-, Leonard, son of Sir Wm., 103, 934.

-, Matt., grand captain in Ireland, 934.

Skelton, —, 828 vii.

-, John, 1331.

-, Henry, 522 (p. 212).

Skens (?), 620.

Skerne, — ("Parson Skerne" qu. Wm., rector of Laceby?), 568.

-, Edm., 842 (3).

-, Sir Rob., priest, 975 (f. 8).

Skidby (Skitby), Yorks., g. 519 (1),

Skinner, —, the King's messenger, 844.

-, (Skynner), John, 580 (p. 235):— App. 8.

Skip (Skyppe), Dr. John, afterwards bishop of Hereford, sig, of, 60.

Skipton, in Craven, Yorks., 742, 1155 (4), 1228, 1392.

-, letters dated at, 398, 604, 927, 929 v., 993, 1299.

-, castle of (in which the earl of Cumberland was besieged), 760 (2), 1002, 1064 (pp. 429–30).

Skipwith Moor, Yorks., 622, 1402.

Skipwith (Skypwyth), Edw., sergeant-atarms, g. 1417 (23, 25).

-, John, 842 (3), 975 (f. 2).

-, Sir Wm., 324, 536, 539, 618, 665, 672 (2), 722 (2), 828 i. (1, 2), 842 (3), 852, 853 (p. 342), 854, 968, 970, 971 (p. 396), 974, 975 (f. 2, 4):—g. 1217 (1).

-, -, sig. of, 539, 618, 665.

-, Wm. (qu. Sir Wm.?), 828 xii.

Skitby. See Skidby.

Skotney, in Romney Marsh, 982.

Skrevyn or Skryven, John, 975 (f. 3).

-, (Skreven), Thos., of Calais, 314, 467, 491, 573,813, 1181, 1282.

-, -, letter from, 314.

Skrymshire or Skrympsher, Thos., 1411:— g. 1417 (3).

Skudamor. See Scudamore.

Skutt (Scutt), John, 1419 iii.

-, Mr., 1222.

Skydmore. See Scudamore.

Skyrack Wapentake, Yorks., 522.

Skytter (qu. Scotter?), Linc., 1155 (p. 466).

Slane, baron of, 281.

Sleaford (Sleford, Slefford, Slefforthe), Linc., 104, 578, 589, 620, 828 vi., 852, 854 (house of lord Hussey), 969.

-, letters dated at, 531–2, 538, 547, 561.

-, the bp. of Lincoln's palace or castle at, 828 xii., 854 (p. 344), 968–9.

-, lord Hussey's house at, 852, 854.

Sleaford (Slefforde), Hugh, 975 (f. 5).

Slebbech, Pembrokeshire, commandry of St. John's at, 917.

Sleddall, Wm., 608.

Sleford. See Sleaford.

Slindon (Slendon), Suss., 523.

-, letters dated at, 175, 746.

-, park of, 523.

Smalcald, in Germany, 388.

-, articles agreed to at, 388.

Smalcald, league of (Evangelical league), 388.

Smaleman or Smalman, Nich., 1112, 1123, 1141.

Smalpage, —, Sir John Nevill's servant, 899.

Smith, —, 573 (p. 228).

-, —, auditor, 1277.

-, —, labourer (qu. Will. Smith ?), of Louth, 828, 968.

-, —, proctor of Cottingham, 818.

-, —, shipbuilder, 413.

-, —, servant to Sir Wm. Weston, 1467.

-, Dr., parson of Stockport, 51.

-, Ed., 939.

-, John, Queen Anne's surveyor, brother of Leonard, 46, 1411.

-, -, signature of, 1411.

-, John, ("Jean Semy"), lady Lisle's servant, 337, 344, 409, 1360–1.

-, John, of Nun Ormsby, 975 (ff. 2, 8).

-, John, g. 202 (9).

-, Leonard, sheriff of Middlesex (1535–6), 46.

-, Rendal, 842 (3).

-, Ric., S. T. P., sig. of, 60.

-, Ric., 1498 (4).

-, Robt., 178.

-, Thos., 48 (2), 975 (f. 5).

-, Thos., of Spilsby, 828 iii. (2), 967, 975 (ff. 2, 6).

-, Thos., master of St. Giles' Hospital, Beverley, g. 519 (1).

-, Sir Walter, 580 (pp. 233, 235), 648: —g. 1217 (23).

-, Wm., 375, 467, 903.

-, (Smyght), Wm., of Louth, 827 (1, 3), 842 (4).

Smithson (Smythson), John, 972, 975 (f. 8).

Smithwike (Smythwyke), Rob., g. 385 (7).

Snaith (Snathe, Snayth), Yorks., 692, 966, 1044 (Snape), 1117, 1168. See also Snape.

Snape, Yorksh., 955. See also Snaith.

Snelland (Sneyllond, Snellam), Linc., 828 xi.

-, parson of. See Ratford, Thos.

Snodon. See Snowden.

Snow, Wm., prior of, Bradenstoke, letter from, 1054.

Snowe, Ric., vicar of St. Giles, Reading, 1231.

Snowden (Snodon), Leonard, spear of Calais, 13, 30, 94.

Soberton (Subberton), Hants, 463, 1282.

-, letters dated at, 12, 890, 1498 (6).

-, curate of. See Perpownte, John.

Soche. See Zouch.

Sochers, the (i.e. the Swiss.) See Switzerland.

Sodbury, Glouc., letter dated at, 1071.

Soeckaer, Ant., 345.

Sogges or Soggs, Hen., 343, 1424.

Sohyer, Gervase, of Normandy, 1334 ii.

Sokeshedd, Thos., 842 (3).

Solyarde. See Sulyard.

Solyman II., the Grand Turk, 40 (pp. 23– 4), 89, 235, 441 (p. 177), 479 (p. 192), 779 (p. 301), 917, 1086 (p. 437), 1121. See also Turks, the.

Sombourn Parva, Hants, g. 202 (29).

Sombourn Regis, Hants, 202 (29).

Sombourn, Upper (Upsombourne), Hants, g. 202 (29).

Somell. See Sunningwell.

Somercoates (Somarcokes), North, Linc., parson of, 968 (p. 391), 972.

-, South, Linc., parson of, 968 (p. 391), 972.

Somerset, Sir George, 580 (p. 233).

Somerset Herald. See Treheron, Thos.

Somersetshire, 405, 580 (pp. 232, 234, 236), 1410:—g. 519 (22), 1217 (23).

-, rebels in (in the West), 381a.

-, sheriff of (1536–7). See Paulet, Sir Hugh.

Somersfeld, 1254.

Somerton, 454.

Somme (Sum), the river, in Picardy, 275 (Guise is however on the Oise), 441 (p. 177).

Sonbye. See Saundby.

Sonnell. See Sunningwell.

Sophi, the, or Shah, of Persia, 328 (p. 135), 513, 779 (p. 301).

Sophi, island called, 70.

Sorbrugh. See Scorborough.

Sorret (in France ?) 35.

Sotby (Sotheby), Linc., Thos. Yoell, parson of, 973, 975 (f. 3).

Sotehill (Sutehyll), Thomas, lieutenant of Berwick, 400:—g. 385 (11).

-, -, letter from, 400.

Sotheby. See Southeby and Sotby.

Sotheworth, Sir Thomas, 1251 (2).

Sotteby, —, of Horncastle (qu. Rob. Southeby?), 975 (f. 8).

Sotton. See Sutton.

Souche. See Zouche.

Soulemont, Thos. de, French secretary to the King, 1334 ii., 1400.

Southampton (Hampton), Hants, 310, 1124, 1199, 1394:—g. 202 (29).

-, letters dated at, 1102,1349.

-, letters from the mayor and brethren, 1102.

-, customer of. See Bettes, Jas.

-, customership of, 310.

-, Holy Rood vicarage, 1394.

-, St. Denis priory, 1394.

Southclyf. See Cliff South.

Southeby (Sowtheby, Sotheby), Rob., 842 (4), 967, 969. See also Sotteby.

Southsomercote. See Somercoates, South.

Southwark, Surr., 490, 686.

-, the Borough, 168 (p. 74).

-, the Crowned Key in, 686.

-, St. Margaret's, 1463.

-, St. Olave's, letter to the churchwardens, 302.

-, St. Thomas' Hospital, 168.

-, -, charges against the master, 168

-, -, the old master, 168 (p. 74).

Southwell, Notts., letters dated, 773–4.

Southwell (Suthwell, Sowthwell), Ric., 129, 165, 261, 274, 321, 327, 404, 580 (p. 233), 727, 864 ii., 1229, 1356.

-, -, letters from, 129, 165, 261, 327, 1229, 1356.

-, -, his brother, 1229.

-, -, his son, 1356.

-, (Sowthwell), Rob., 347, 481.

-, -, sig., 481.

Southwood (Sowthwoode), John, letter to, 272.

Sower, Harry, 259 ii.

Sowth. See South.

Spain, and the Spaniards, 1, 7 (p. 4), 71, 82, 254, 286, 304, 437, 490, 1001, 1131, 1189, 1275.

-, the Emperor going to, 779 (pp. 300–1), 1305; his (reported) arrival there, 1296.

-, galleys of, 779 (p. 301).

Spakeman, Nich., 1419 i., ii.

Spalding (Spalldyng), Linc., 567.

-, prior of, 567.

Spaldingmore, Yorks., g. 519 (1).

Spaniards (individual), 182, 479 (p. 195), 499.

Spanish courier, a, 1131.

Spanish prelate, a, 1000.

Spanish soldiers, 179, 235, 254, 441 (p. 177), 779 (p. 300), 1305.

Sparke, Thos., prior of Holy Island, bishop of Berwick (suffragan of Durham), letter from, 877.

Sparling (Sperlinge), John, 827, 967 xii.

Sparvill, Robt., 1447.

Speke, Sir Thos., g. 1217 (23).

-, Thos., 580 (2).

Spellocke, near Calais, parson of. See Hebburne, John.

Spelman (Spilman, Spylman), Sir John, justice, 215, 381 B., 470, 559, 659:— g. 1417 (3).

-, -, sig. of, 215.

Spenceley, Gregory, 580 (6).

Spencer or Spenser, Eliz., 135 (p. 56).

-, Miles, letter from, 629.

-, Robt., of Louth, 568, 968, 972.

-, -, his brother, 568.

-, Thos., 828 iii., 968, 972.

Spencers, the, temp. Edw. II., 1244.

Sperlinge. See Sparling.

Spilman. See Spelman.

Spilsby (Spyllysbee), Linc., 821 ii. (2), 967 ii., xii., 975 (ff. 2, 4, 6).

-, bailiff of, 975 (f. 6).

-, college of, 967 ii.

-, -, master of, 967 ii.

-, constables of, 967 ii.

Spiser, Ric. (or Branborowe), letter from, 809.

Spittle (Spetyll, Spyttyll), Linc., 852, 971.

Sponer, Simon, last prior of Thremhale, g. 202 (44).

Springe, John, 580 (pp. 233–4), 603, 642:— g. 1217 (23).

-, (Sprynge), Thos., 580 (4).

Spryngold, Wm., 580 (6).

Spurstowe, Anne, 1289.

Spynkys, Wm., 920 (2).

Sroupe. See Scrope.

Stacye (Stase), John, 828 i., 972. See also Tacy.

Stacyne, John, 842 (4).

Stafford, St. Thomas' priory, valor of, 198.

-, -, prior of, 198.

Stafford, archdeaconry of, 273, 349.

-, archdeacon of. See Heath, Nich.

Stafford, Henry lord, 139 ii., iv., 466, 1160 n, 1195:—App 9:—g. 1417 (3, 15).

Stafford, Ric., 580 (p. 234).

Staffordshire, 158, 580 (p. 235), 589, 807:—g. 1217 (23), 1417 (3).

-, office of clerk of the peace in, 158.

-, escheator of, 466.

-, sheriff of. See Dudley, Sir John (1536–7).

Staincross wapentake, Yorks, 522.

Staines, Midd., letter dated at, 130.

Staines (Staynes, Stanes, Stanys), Geo., 658, 828 v., 842 (3), 968 (p. 390), 975.

-, Thos., 842 (3).

Stainfield (Staynsfeld, Stanfeld), Linc., 786.

-, monastery of, App. 4.

Stainton (Staynton), Linc., 828 xiii.

Stallingborough (Stanyburgh), Linc., 1155 (5).

Stamford (Stamforthe, Staunford, Standfforde, Stonford, Stanford), Linc., 552, 567, 587 (3), 613, 615, 619, 624, 638, 640, 658, 661, 680, 700, 706, 715, 717, 725, 728, 775, 793–4, 800–1, 808, 823–4, 829, 835, 837–8, 844, 888, 914, 969, 975 (f. 8), 1018, 1086 (p. 437), 1093, 1219, 1406 (p. 559), 1496:—g. 519 (13? Sanford).

-, letters dated at, 621, 658, 672, 691, 1137.

Stamford. See also Stanford.

Stancyall or Stansyall, Nich., g. 202 (5).

Standfild, —, 302.

Standfforde. See Stamford.

Standish, Alex., 1251 (2).

-, John, mayor of Lancaster, 947 (2).

-, Ralph, 1251 (2).

Staneley. See Stanley.

Stanes. See Staines.

Stanfeld. See Stainfield.

Stanford. See Stamford.

Stanford (Stamford), Norf., 1493.

Stanhope, Michael, 562.

Stanley, Edw. See Derby, earl of.

-, Sir James, 517, 1251 (2).

-, Peter, 1251 (2).

-, Thomas, priest, letters from, 635, 807.

-, Wm., 842 (3).

-, (Staneley), Sir Wm., g. 202 (19), 385 (7), 1217 (23), 1251 (2).

Stannysbye or Staynsby, Linc., 828 ii., 967 viii.

Stanstead, letter dated at, 699.

Stansted Mountfichet, Essex, g. 202 (44–5).

Stansyall or Stancyall, Nich., g. 202 (5).

Stanwell, Midd., 104.

Stanyburgh. See Stallingborough.

Stanys. See Staines.

Stapeller, —, 920.

Staples, Edward, bishop of Meath, 1157.

Stapleton, —, son and h. to — Stapleton 818.

-, Mr., 828 xii.

Starkey, Thos., King's chaplain, letters from, 73–4, 156–7, 169–70, 402, 1101:— g. 1417 (29).

-, -, handwriting of, 402 (1, 2, 3).

Starkey (Sterkey), Hugh, g., 385 (7).

-, Jas., 811.

Stase. See Stacy.

Statham, Nic., 135.

Stauber (Stayber), Sir Laurence, Castellan of Camerstain, 381 A., 1142, 1378.

-, -, letter from, 1142.

-, -, letter to, 1378.

Staunford. See Stamford.

Staverton, Ric., g. 943 (22), 1217 (9).

Stayber. See Stauber.

Stayneburghe, 1207.

Staynes. See Staines.

Staynsby or Stannysby, Linc., 828 ii., 967 viii.

Staynsfeld. See Stainfield.

Stebryche. See Sturbridge.

Steelyard, the, Company of Merchants, 686.

Steerken, Wm., 436.

Stele, Geo., 916.

Stellton. See Stilton.

Stenton, Rob., 853.

Stephens (Stephins), Thos., last abbot of Netley, g. 385 (3).

Stepney, Midd., 157, 1472.

-, letter dated, 1317.

Sterkey. See Starkey.

Sterlyng, Geoff., 1393 (2).

-, John, 1393 (2).

Stevenage (Stevynnage), Bachelor Ric., of St. Albans, 354.

Stevynson, Wm., 490.

Stevynton, —, 302.

Steward, the Lord. See Shrewsbury, earl of.

Steward (Styward, Stuard), Mr., Cromwell's servant, 159, 1462.

-, Austin, of Norwich, 404.

-, Will., of Scotland, 1234, 1238, 1271.

Stewart, Adam, 399.

Stewton, Linc., g. 1217 (1).

-, parson of, 972.

-, places in (named), g. 1217 (1).

Steyll, John, 842 (4).

Stilman, John, notary, 380.

Stilton (Stellton), Hunts, 552–3.

-, letter dated at, 552.

Stirley. See Styrley.

Stirling (Striveling), in Scotland, letters dated at, 366, 399.

Stirsthorpe or Sturthorppe, 1168.

-, letter dated at, 662.

Stirston, Norf. (qu. Sturston ?), g. 202 (36).

Stiveman, Ric., 407.

Stixwold, Linc., monastery of, App. 4.

Stock, Clementia, abbess of De la Pray near Northampton, g. 1417 (12).

Stockbridge (Stokebridge), Hants, g. 202 (29).

Stockehouse, the, near Hereford, 1328.

Stocker (Stokker), John, 828, 842 (4).

Stockland Bristol, Soms., 272 (see Errata).

Stockport, Chesh., 51.

Stockwith, Linc., 1017.

Stockwood, Edw., g. 202 (4).

Stoe. See Stowe.

Stoke, 625.

-, letter dated at, 603.

Stokebridge. See Stockbridge.

Stoke by Clare, Suff., college of, dean of. See Parker, Matth.

Stoke d'Abernon (Stokedaborne), Surr., g. 202 (37).

Stoke Green beside Hauksie Kirk, 892.

Stokegursey, 272 (see Errata).

Stoke Lacy, Heref., 412.

Stoke Nayland, Suff., g. 1217 (3).

Stokes, John, 1216.

Stokesley, John, bp. of London, 52, 60, 124 (2), 162, 186–7, 325, 386, 515, 580 (5), 1354–5, 1419.

-, -, letter from, 186–7.

-, -, signature of, 60, 124 (2).

Stokheth, Hen., App. 8.

Stokkeriekell, John, g, 943 (10).

Stompe, Mr., commissioner in N. Wales, letter to, 875.

Stondal, —, 1334.

Stoneham, South (South Stoname), Hants, g. 202 (37).

Stonehouse (Devon ?), letter dated at, 978.

Stoner, Stonore, Stonour:—

-, Edm., g. 205 (25), 943 (24).

-, Francis, Lady Willoughby's surveyor and auditor, rector of Willoughby, sometimes referred to as "the surveyor," 585 (p. 238), 587 (2), 828 i. (2), iii. (2), 842 (3), 975 (f. 2, 6).

-, John, serjeant-at-arms, 253:—g. 1417 (23, 25).

-, -, his wife, 253.

-, Sir Walter, 580 (pp. 232, 234):— g. 1217 (20), 1417 (5).

Stonore, Oxon, g. 202 (25).

Stony Stratford, 776.

-, the Cock at, 841.

Stonys (Stoones), Brian, of Horncastle, 568, 975 (f. 2).

Stordford. See Bishops Stortford.

Storr, John, 522.

Stortford. See Bishops Stortford.

Story, John, of St. John's, 489.

Stourton (Sturton), Wm. lord, 104, 139, i., iv., 580 (pp. 232, 234, 236):— App. 16.

Stowe (Stoe), letter dated at, 1008.

-, archdeacon of. See Derby, Edward.

Strakeford, John, g. 943 (10).

Strange. See Lestrange.

Stranger, Leonard, 1260.

Strangford, in Ireland, 310.

Strangways, Stranguyse, or Strangwich:—

-, —, Lord Darcy's steward, 1402.

-, Sir Giles, 580 (pp. 232, 234), 670 777:—g. 202 (9).

-, Henry, g. 202 (9).

-, Sir James, 1135 (2, 4):—App. 16.

-, Thos., 762:—g. 1417 (3).

Stratford abbey, Essex, Wm. abbot of, g. 202 (9).

Stratmarcell, in Powisland, suppressed, mon. of, 795, 875.

Straunge. See Le Straunge.

Streatley (Streteley), Berks., g. 202 (4).

Strikland, Walter, 1155 (2).

Strilley. See Bowyer.

Stringer, Mr., almoner to Henry duke of Richmond, 174.

Striveling. See Stirling.

Strood (Strode), Kent, 841 iv.

Strowdyl (or Stroodell), Rob., D.D., prior of the Black Friars, London, 1322–3.

Struggle, Thos., 982.

Strystram, Nich., 1231.

Stryvelhill, John, 1345.

Stuard, bailly, 841.

Stuard. See Steward.

Stud of horses, 1440.

Studholf. See Stydolf.

Studley priory (supp.), 407.

Sturbridge (Stebryche) fair, by Cambridge, 57.

Sturges, Robt., 262.

Sturgion, John, 1419 ii.

Sturley (qu. Strelley?), 841.

Sturley. See Styrley.

Sturminster Marshall, Dors., g. 202 (37).

Sturston, Norf., 1493 (? Swyston).

Sturthorppe or Stirsthorp, 1168.

-, letter dated at, 662.

Sturton. See Stourton.

Sturton, Linc., 828 i. (2).

-, letter dated at, 571.

Stydolf (Studholf, Stydoll, Stydall), Thos., 580 (pp. 233, 235), 1452:—App. 8.

Styell, — (young), 828 iii.

Styrley (Sturley, Stirley), Sir Nich., 562, 1037–8, 1042, 1063, 1136 (2).

Styward. See Steward.

Subberton. See Soberton.

Subsidy, 139, 375, 404, 434, 533–4, 1160, 1410 (3).

Succession, the, 105, 147 (p. 64), 191, 221, 230, 445 (p. 180), 493.

Sudbury College, Suff., 386.

-, dean of. See Eden, Ric.

Suffolk, county of, 580 (pp. 233–5), 615, 625, 659, 727, 1057, 1216, 1238, 1410: —g. 1217 (23).

-, sheriff of (1536–7). See Drury, Sir Wm.

Suffolk, archdeaconery of, 291, 629.

Suffolk, Charles Brandon duke of, the King's lieutenant in Lincolnshire, 7, 40 (pp. 20, 24), 45, 139 i., iii., 559, 569, 578, 580 (pp. 234 bis, 235), 600–1 (see Errata), 603, 615–7, 625–6, 642, 650, 656, 658, 665, 672, 680, 691 ("my Lord's grace"), 694, 701, 706, 714–7, 722, 726, 728, 730, 750, 752, 754–6, 759, 764–71, 773–5, 780, 788–9, 791, 799, 800, 803, 808, 817, 822–4, 833–8, 843–6, 850, 852, 854 (p. 344), 860, 865, 880, 883, 888, 909, 938 (2), 939, 950, 957–8, 966, 969 n, 970, 971 (p. 396–7), 747, 975 (f. 5), 979, 984, 989–90, 998, 1004–6, 1016–8, 1026, 1034–6, 1042, 1044, 1046 (3), 1049 (3), 1050, 1056, 1058, 1061, 1063, 1075, 1077–8, 1084–7, 1094, 1097, 1103–6, 1116–7, 1120–1 (see Notes), 1126, 1128, 1136 (3), 1155 (5), 1162–3, 1165–6, 1169–70, 1176–7, 1179–80, 1197, 1207, 1221, 1224, 1227 (p. 496), 1228, 1235–6, 1239–40, 1242–4, 1267–8, 1271, 1281, 1283, 1288, 1377, 1410 (3), 1426, 1445:—g. 202 (9 bis, 13 bis), 1217 (16, 20), 1417 (3 bis, 5 bis, 15).

-, -, letters from, 615–17, 672, 728, 808, 838, 979, 989, 1004–5, 1034–5, 1056, 1084–5, 1103–5, 1120, 1162, 1165–6, 1179–80, 1197, 1207, 1221, 1239–40, 1267, 1281, 1288.

-, -, letters to, 600, 717, 730, 764–5, 774, 780, 833, 850, 883, 1017, 1026, 1044, 1061, 1075, 1077–8, 1087, 1094, 1169–70, 1176–7, 1224, 1227 (p. 496), 1236, 1445.

Suffolk, Katharine duchess of, daughter of lord Willoughby, 650, 656, 1267.

Sulby, North., abbey of, 841 i., ii.

-, abbot of 841 i.

Sulyarde, Sywllyard, Solyarde, Sulyerde, Suliarde:—
-, Mr. [William ?], 1072, 1181, 1282.
-, Eustace, 580 (1, 2 p. 233), 670.

Sunningwell ("Sonnell" in the MS., not "Somell") parson of, 970 (p. 394).

Superantius, Marc. Ant., 121.

Suppression of Monasteries, Act for, 324, 586, 597, 987, 1182 (3), 1409:— App. 15.

-, -, (Ireland), 382, 521, 540.

-, right of Parliament to suppress them, 1244, 1409.

-, instructions to commissioners, App. 15.

Suppression, exemptions from, 318, 391, 1083, 1290:—g. 385 (20–24, 34, 35), 519 (11), 1217 (13, 14, 26).

Supremacy, the Royal, King's title, &c., 40 (p. 21), 72, 84–5, 91, 186, 230, 361, 402, 486, 576, 1182 (2, 3), 1393 (2), 1410 (4).

Supremacy, Act of (Ireland), 382.

Surdon, —, of Lincoln, 975 (f. 5).

Surrey, 580 (pp. 232–3, 235 bis), App. 8:— g. 519 (22), 1217 (23).

-, sheriff of (1536–7). See Page, Sir Ric.

Surrey, Henry Howard earl of, son of the duke of Norfolk, 21, 163 (p. 71), 238, 580 (p. 234), 601–3, 659, 671, 701, 727, 738, 834, 864 ii.

-, -, letter from, 727.

Surrey, first Earl of (1483–1514). See Howard, Thomas.

Sury. See Syria.

Sussex, 365, 579–80 (1–3), 603, 707, 751, 753, 1410, App. 2:—g. 519 (22 see Errata), 1217 (23).

-, sheriff of. See Goryng, Sir Will. (1535–6); Page, Sir Ric. (1536 7).

-, survey of monasteries in, App. 2.

Sussex, Robert Ratcliff earl of, 5, 7 (pp. 3, 7), 45, 139 i., 213, 230, 580 (2, 5), 601–2 (see Errata), 701, 753, 788, 799, 856 n, 879, 885, 957, 1178, 1228, 1237, 1410 (3), App. 9:—g. 202 (9, 36).

-, -, letter from, 213.

-, -, sig., 701, 753, 788, 799, 885, 1040, 1228, 1237.

Sutehyll. See Sotehill.

Suthfleet (South Fleet ?), Linc., 970 (p. 394).

Suthwell. See Southwell.

Sutton (qu. Sutton-at-Hone, Kent ?) letters dated at, 419, 450.

Sutton, Yorks, g. 519 (1).

Sutton, Yorks, (a grange belonging to Fountains abbey), 342.

Sutton or Sotton, —, of New College, Oxford, 1185.

- Edw. (Edward Dudley), son of Sir John lord Dudley and Cecily sister of Lord Leonard Grey, 266, 652, 934.

-, -, letter from, 652.

-, George, 1403:—g. 202 (4).

-, Gerald alias Kavenagh, 90.

-, Harry, 259 ii.

-, John, receiver of St. John's, 77.

-, John, 259 ii.

-, Sir John, 971 (p. 396).

-, Lewis, 472.

-, Rob., 971 (p. 396), 975 (f. 4).

-, Robt., mayor of Lincoln, 531, 553, 828 iii., xii., 879 (2), 939, 968, 971 (p. 395).

-, -, letter to, 531.

Swadelyng, Robt., 580 (6).

Swaffham, Norf., g. 385 (26).

Swainburgh. See Swanburgh.

Swaledale, Yorksh., 760 (2).

Swalloo, Th., 875.

Swallow, Thos. g. 202 (4).

Swanburgh (Swainburgh), manor, in Iford parish), Suss., 214, 373, 448 (farm), 583.

-, parsonage adjoining, 373, 448.

Swanland (Swandland), near Hall, Yorks, g. 519 (1).

Swann, Ric., 1133.

Swaton (Swaytton), "five miles from Sleaford," Linc., 828 vi.

Sweating sickness (the "Sickness"). See Plague.

Swefling (Swiftelynge), Suff., g. 385 (17).

Swetmannescroft. See under Cheshunt.

Swettuns (Swaton ?), "beside" Sleaford, Linc., 828 vi.

Swetyngham, Wm., g. 385 (7).

Swiftelynge. See Swefling.

Swineshead (Swynshed), Linc., 852.

-, letter dated at, 1030.

Swiss soldiers, 147 (p. 60), 443, 479 (p. 192–3).

Switzerland and the Swiss (Sochers), 4, 254, 479 (p. 192), 631.

Swordes, the benefice of, in Ireland, 1157 (p. 467).

Swords, 1431.

Swynley grove, in Windsor Forest, g. 1217 (9).

Swynnerton, John, 1424.

-, Thos., alias Roberts, book by, 1422.

Swyston (qu. Sturston, Norf. ?), 1493.

Sybley, Edw., of St. Alban's, 354 ii.

Syke, John, priest, 920 (2).

Symondes, Ralph, of London, 1220, 1419 ii.

Symonds, Simon, canon of Windsor, 291, 325.

-, Wm., brother of Simon, letter from, 291.

Symondson, Wm., 276.

Sympson, Symson, &c.:—

-, John, 1419 ii.

-, Wm., under marshal of Calais, sig. of, 161.

Syon. See Sion.

Syria (Sury), 328 (p. 135).

Syse, Hugh, 1345.

Sywllyard. See Sulyarde.