Index: U, Z

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: U, Z', in Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 11, July-December 1536, (London, 1888) pp. 706-716. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/letters-papers-hen8/vol11/pp706-716 [accessed 24 April 2024]

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U.

Uffington, Berks, 364 (? Offington).

Ufford beside Stamford, Ntht., letter dated at, 619.

Ughtred, Sir Anth., g. 202 (12).

- (Ouztred), Sir Rob., 760 (2 n), App. 11.

Ugley, Essex, g. 202 (44).

Ugthorpe, Yorks., 1438.

Ulceby (Ulsby), in Yarborough deanery, Linc., g. 519 (1).

Ulster, Earldom of, 382 (3).

Ulvercroft (Olescroft), Leic., priory of, 1278.

Umbria, 376.

Umfrey, Edw., 920 i., ii.

Undercombe, Edw., his servant Thomas, 500. See Notes and Err.

Underhill (Undrehill), John, prb. of St. Stephens, 1419 (1, 2).

Underwoode, Wm., 135.

Unsant, or Unsayned, Jock, rebel. See Wilson, John.

Upclatford. See Clatford, Upper.

Upsombourn. See Sombourn, Upper.

Upton, Hants, g. 202 (29).

Upton, Thos., 1457.

Urbin, — (Italian physician?), 513.

Urbino, in Italy, 479 (p. 191).

Urchfont (Archefount), Wilts., g. 385 (20).

Urford, Linc., 968 (p. 390).

Uriell (Iryell), county of, in Ireland, 259 ii. 521, 915, 1248, 1414, 1416.

-, sheriff of, 259 ii.

Ursley. See Worsley.

Uses, Act of, 135 (p. 56), 705, 780 (2).

Usselby (Osselby), Linc., 971 (p. 395).

Ustwayte, Thos., 842 (3).

- (Ustwyte), Will., 975 (ff. 1, 6).

Uvedale, Uvedall, or Uvedaile (See also Wodall):—

-, Arthur, 1265.

-, John, secretary to the duke of Richmond's Council, 164 (4).

-, Ric., 1265–6.

-, Thos., 580 (pp. 232–4).

-, Wm., g. 202 (9).

-, Sir Wm., 580 (p. 234).

Uxbridge. See Okesbridge.

Uxley. See Huxley.

V.

Vachell (Fachell), Thos., 1231, 1406.

Vadre, Ant. de, 554.

Vaffesser. See Vavasour.

Vaghan. See Vaughan.

Valence (Valenzia, Valance, Valaunce), in Dauphiné, 437, 445, 656, 1130, 1261.

-, letter dated at, 396.

Vale Royal Abbey, Chesh., 433, 841 ii.

-, letter dated at, 349.

-, John abbot of, letter from, 433.

Vales, John, letter from, 356.

Vallona, in Turkey, 70.

Valois (Wallys), Bernardin de, master gunner in Ireland, 934, 1346.

- -, letter from, 1346.

Valoup. See Wallop.

Vandomo, Mons. de. See Vendôme, duke of.

Vandra. See Aa, van der.

Vane, Joan, 1324–5.

Vannes, Peter, Latin secretary, dean of Salisbury, 499, 1353.

-, -, his hand, 1353.

-, -, letter from, 499.

Varney. See Verney.

Vasto. See Guasto.

Vaudey (Valdey or Vallis Dei) Abbey, Linc., 828 viii., ix., x.:—g. 1417 (2).

-, letter dated at, 242.

Vaughan, Stephen, his handwriting, 499, 956 (2, 3), 1174, 1178, 1354, 1400.

-, -, referred to, 1220, 1419.

Vaughan, Vaugham, Vaghan, Vauhan:—

-, —, of Dover, 331.

-, —, serjeant, of Cheapside, 1055 (p. 425).

-, Henry, serjeant at arms, g. 1417 (23, 25).

-, Sir Hugh, g. 202 (4, 12).

-, Jas., 580 (p. 235).

-, Maurice, 1434.

-, Thos., g. 385 (19).

-, Thos., serjeant at arms, g. 1417 (23, 25).

-, Wm., letter from, 393, 682.

-, Wm., D.C.L., g. 202 (26).

Vaux (Waux), Sir Thos. lord, of Harrowden, 104, 135 (bis), 139 ii., iv., 580 (5), 959:—g. 202 (12).

Vaux (Vaulx), Edw., g. 385 (4, 26).

-, Sir Nich. lord, dec., 241.

Vavasour (Vaffesser), Sir Piers, or Peter, 664, 760 (2), 1103, 1196, 1242.

-, -, letter to, 1196.

Veere (La Vere), in Walcheren Island, letters dated at, 667, 1089.

Vély, Claude Dodieu, sieur de, French ambassador with the Emperor before the war, 7 (p. 5), 9 (p. 11), 15 (pp. 12, 13), 40 (p. 24), 479 (p. 190–1).

Venables, Thos., 1251 (2).

Vendôme (Vendosme, Vandomo), Charles de Bourbon duke of, 435, 508, 542, 952.

-, -, his daughter. See Mary of Bourbon.

-, -, his steward. See Esturmaill.

"Vendôme, the lady of," 254. See Mary of Bourbon.

Venice, town of, 41, 72 (pp. 34–5), 148, 182, 381a, 479 (p. 195), 917, 1160.

-, letters dated at, 91–2, 98, 328, 376.

-, San Giorgio Maggiore, abbot of. See Cortesius, Gregory.

Venice, signory of, and the Venetians, 40 (p. 23), 179, 235, 285 (p. 119), 378, 443 (p. 179), 744.

-, Imperial ambassador to, 744.

-, ambassador of, to the Emperor, 779.

Venysent, —, 920 (2). See Milsent.

Vercelli, in Italy, 528 (p. 214? Veseyl).

Vere. See Veere.

Vere, John de. See Oxford, earl of.

Verney (Varney), John, 225.

-, Ralph, 580 (2), 844 ii.:—g. 1417 (5).

Vernon, John, 1136 (2):—g. 1417 (3, 15).

-, John, of the Welsh Council, 511, 580 (p. 235), 1255.

-, -, letter from, 511.

-, Marg., abbess of Malling (previously of Little Marlowe), 490.

-, Roger, 1403.

-, Thos. g. 1417 (15).

Verona, in Italy, 268, 654.

Verona, bp. of. See Ghiberti, Gio. Matt.

Verra, the sieur, 345 (p. 140). (Is this the écuyer Van der Aa, mentioned elsewhere ?)

Vervins, Jacques de Coucy sieur de, lieutenant of Boulogne, 183, 217–18, 395, 422, 436, 499, 575, 743, 798, 832, 882, 952, 961, 1011, 1264, 1333.

-, -, letters from, 217–18, 422, 575, 743, 798, 952, 1011, 1333.

Veseyl (qu. Vercelli?), 528 (p. 214).

Vice-Treasurer, Mr. (i.e. of Calais). See Fowler, Robt.

Viennoys, in France, 383.

Villers, Sir John, 552.

Vincent (Vyncent), Wm., and his wife, g. 202 (4).

Vine (Vyne), the, Lord Sandes' place in Hants, 104.

-, letters dated at, 241, 288, 313, 341.

Visitation, the King's, 464, 476, 585 (p. 238).

Viterbo, in Italy, 493.

Vivald, Antony, 779 (pp. 300–1).

Volusenus, Florentius, a Scotchman, 1435.

Vowchurch (Vouchirche), Heref., g. 202 (10).

Vowel, Ric. See Walsingham, prior of.

Vyne, Ralph, App. 8.

Vyzegaret. See Fitzgerald.

W.

Waddington, Linc., 973.

Waddon, Dors., g. 385 (3).

Wade, Hants., g. 1217 (15).

Wade (Lord Audeley's manor), 1443.

Wade, John, 827 ii., 920 (2).

-, Thos., 975 (f. 4).

Wadham, Edw. (qu. Sir Edw.?), sig. of, 1071.

-, Sir Edw., 580 (p. 235).

-, J., 211, 460.

-, -, letter from, 460.

-, Sir Edw., 580 (p. 235).

Wading, —, 94.

Wagstaff, Sir Nich., 1231.

Wakefield, Yorks., 695 ii., 702, 733–4, 1042, 1114, 1155 (4), 1170, 1380, 1392, 1402.

-, letters dated, 702, 734.

Wakefield, John, 522.

-, Robert, the Hebrew scholar, 1482.

Walberton, Suss., 1468.

Walchecroft. See Walshcroft.

Waldeby, Marm., sig. of, 60.

Waldegrave (Walgrave), Sir Wm., 603, 659:— g. 519 (9).

Waldon, lady, 1256.

Wales, 340, 509, 580 (p. 235), 615, 849, 1008, 1255, 1410, 1427:—g. 385 (18), 943 (13).

-, clerk of the Crown in. See Leonard, John.

-, marches of, 238, 511, 525, 1338, 1370, 1427.

-, -, Council (Commissioners) of, 525, 580 (p. 235 bis), 1453.

-, North, 574 (p. 229), 807, 1149 (p. 461), 1236, 1410.

-, -, chancellor and chamberlain of, g. 385 (18). See also Seymour, Sir Edw., and Bulkeley, Sir Ric. (1536), in survivorship.

-, South, 1410, 1427.

Walford and Coghton, Heref., 412.

Walgrave. See Waldegrave.

Walker, —, petty captain in Yorkshire, 1170.

-, —, 828.

-, John, 827, 842 (4).

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

-, Will., 975 (f. 8).

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

-, Wm., 580 (p. 233), 670.

Walleys, Rob., 828 iii.

Wallikhall, Nthld., g. 385 (30).

Wallingford and St. Walric, Berks., g. 202 (25), 943 (22).

-, castle of, g. 943 (22).

-, priory of (suppr.), g. 943 (22).

Wallop, Nether-, Hants, g. 202 (29).

Wallop (Valoup), Sir John, ambassador in France. 7, 28, 36, 41, 52, 147 (p. 60), 151–2, 209, 304–5, 323, 376, 445, 469, 479 (p. 190), 512, 656, 984, 1091, 1130, 1173, 1183, 1297, 1305, 1317, 1342, 1363, 1379.

-, -, letters from, 1130, 1342.

-, -, letters to, 28, 304, 323, 445, 469, 656, 984, 1091, 1261, 1363.

Wallop, lady, wife of the preceding, 1261, 1342.

Wallys, Bernardine de. See Valois, B. de.

Walshcroft (Walchecroft), Linc., 971.

Walshe, Sir John, 580 (p. 235), 1071.

-, -, letter from, 1071.

Walshe (Walsche), Ric., parson of Loughseudie ("Parson Walshe"), 1.

- (Welshe), Walter, sheriff of Worcestershire (permanent), 580 (pp. 232–3, 235), 837, 918:—g. 202 (43), 1217 (23).

-, letter to, 918.

-, Wm., brother of Parson Walshe, 1.

Walshemen, the, in Ireland, 1414.

Walsingham priory, Norf., 165, 480, 1260:— App. 16.

-, Ric. Vowel, prior of, 480, 580 (4).

-, -, letter from, 480.

Walsingham, Sir Edmund, lieutenant of the Tower, 222, 279 ("Mr. Lieutenant"), 301, 600, 841 i., iv.

-, -, letter from, 600.

-, -, sig. of, 222.

Walsingham, James, App. 8.

-, Jocosa, g. 202 (44).

Waltedham (qu. Waltham?), letters dated at, 386.

Walter. See Waters.

Walter, Wm., 381 B, 920 (2).

Walterton, Ric., g. 943 (7).

Waltham, 607.

Waltham, Essex, g. 519 (12).

Waltham Holy Cross, Essex, 135. See Waltedham.

-, receiver of. See Higham John.

-, Robert, abbot of, 580 (4):—g. 202 (9).

Waltham [St. Lawrence], Berks., g. 202 (4).

Walton, Surr., 1452.

Walton, Jas., 947 (2).

Walworth, letter dated at, 599.

Wanborough, Surr., g. 202 (37).

Wandesworth, Thos., prior of Bodmin, letter from, 133.

Wandsworth, Surr., 135.

Wappelot. See Whaplod.

Warberg castle, in Scania, 80.

Warblington, Hants, 454.

Warcopp, Ralph, 587 (3).

-, Leonard, Carlisle herald, 910.

Warde, Mr. 1404.

-, —, harbinger, 643.

-, John, 827, 974.

-, Thos., 580 (2):—g. 385 (7), 943 (22).

Ware, Herts, 607, 724, 920 (2).

-, letter dated at, 607.

Waren. See Warren.

Warham, William, abp. of Canterbury (1504–32), 746, 957.

Warley (Worley), Thos., spear of Calais, 13, 33, 1311.

-, -, letter from, 13.

Warmecombe, Ric., letter from, 1328.

Warner, Edw., g. 202 (13), 1217 (16).

-, John, warden of All Soul's college, Oxford, 982, 1186.

-, -, letter from, 982.

-, Ric., 1419 ii.

Warre, lord de la. See Lawarr.

Warren, late earl of, 1493.

Warren, Waren, or Waryn:—

-, Edward, 1251 (2).

-, John, of Dover, 289, 331, 1129.

-, -, letter from, 1129.

-, Sir Ralph, mayor of London (1536–7), 19 (see Notes), 1419 iii.

Warrington (Weryngton), Lanc., 841, 1253.

-, bailiff of (H. Wood), 1253.

Warryner, George, g. 1417 (23).

Warter (Wartre or Waulter), Yorks., g. 519 (1).

-, priory (suppr.) of, g. 519 (1).

Wartham. See Warton.

Warton, Robt., bp. of St. Asaphs, abbot of Bermondsey, 580 (5), 1446:— App. 8:—g. 202 (42).

-, -, letter from, 1446.

Warton (Wartham, Whauton), Jas., canon of Barlings, 805, 827 ii., 828 vi.

Wartre. See Warter.

Warwick, 841.

-, letters dated at, 431–2.

-, castle or gaol of, 431–2.

-, collegiate church of, 431–2.

-, -, master of. See Wetwod, John.

-, St. Nicholas, curate of, 431.

Warwick, earldom of, 381 B.:—g. 385 (6).

Warwickshire, 211, 353, 432, 580 (pp. 233, 235):—g. 1217 (23).

-, commissioners in, letter from, 176.

-, sheriff of. See Smith, Sir Walt. (1536–7).

Wash, the, in Lincolnshire, 625.

Washbourne, Ric., g. 202 (40).

Washefourd. See Wexford.

Washingley (Wassingley), Arthur, 973, 975 (f. 3).

Wasshe, Wm., g. 202 (4).

Wastling, John, 842 (3).

Waston. See Weston.

Water, the. See Humber.

Waterford, in Ireland, 257 (p. 109), 266, 310, 474, 574, 1150, 1434.

-, letter dated at, 69.

-, captain of. See St. Low, Wm.

-, cell of St. John's (in Waterford?), 69.

-, custom of, 521.

-, mayor of, 934.

-, recorder of, 521.

Waterford county, 521, 574, 915.

Wateringbury, Kent, letter dated at, 140.

Waters (Walter), Edw., sent with a ship to Scarborough, 1061, 1103, 1106, 1116, 1128, 1227, 1239.

-, Nic., g. 202 (4).

Watlington, Oxon, g. 202 (25), 943 (24).

Watmede, Essex, g. 202 (44).

Watson, Jas., 1407.

-, John, g. 943 (4).

Watton Abbey, Yorks., 903, 1039, 1069.

-, monks of, 903.

-, prioress and convent of, letter to; 1069.

-, subprior of, letter to, 792.

Watts, Henry, 1231.

Watwode. See Wetwod.

Waux. See Vaux.

Waverley, Surr., g. 202 (37).

-, Abbey of (supp.), 128, 584:—g. 202 (37).

-, abbot of, (the last). See Alynge, Wm.

Waxchandlers Company, 669.

Waxford. See Wexford.

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

Waynam, Mrs., 478.

Wayneman, Thos., 580 (p. 234):—g. 1217 (20).

Wayte, Leonard, 463.

-, -, his sister, 463 (?).

-, Wm., of Titchfield, 463.

-, Wm., of Wymering, letter from, 463.

-, -, his cousin Wayte, 468 (seems to be Leonard).

-, -, his wife, 463.

Weavers clothmakers, or clothiers, regulations for, 520, 545, 559, 576 (p. 230), 603, 625.

Webbe, Ric., sub-prior of St. Mary's, Leicester (in 1538), 26 n.

-, Thos., 1328.

-, Wm., 310.

Webley. See Weobley.

Webster, —, of Beverley, 818.

- John, 842 (3).

-, Thos., 827.

Weddryngton. See Widdryngton.

Week (Wyke), St. Mary, Cornw., school of, 679, 810, 954.

-, -, schoolmaster of, 679, 810.

Weighton (Wyghton), Yorksh., 828 xii.

Weirs, distinction of, 133, 1415 (3).

Wekes, Nic., 580 (p. 235).

Welbeck, Notts., 884, 1237, 1241–3.

-, letter dated, 864.

-, Abbey of, 326.

-, canon of, 828 vi.

Welbeck, —, Cromwell's servant, 586.

Weldon, Edw., 937.

Wele rectory. See Wellow.

Welinton. See Wellington.

Well, Linc., 967 x.

Welles. See Wells.

Wellifed (Welyfed, &c.), Wm., Cromwell's nephew, letters from, 548–51.

-, -, his tutor or guardian, 549–50.

Wellifed's (Wyllyfeldes), lands in Wandsworth, 135.

Wellington (Welinton), Heref., 412.

Wellow (Wele), Hants, g. 202 (29 see Errata).

Wellow priory, beside Grimsby, Linc., prior of. See Whaplod, John.

Wells, Soms., dean and chapter of, 670.

Wells or Welles, Mr. 803.

-, Alex., 1424 bis.

-, Ric., one of the Six Clerks, 66.

-, Rob., prior of Ely, 670:—g. 519 (19):—App. 16.

-, Thos., 310, 580 (p. 233), 670.

Wellzborn, John, 168 (p. 74).

Welshe. See Walshe.

Welshman, John, 969.

Welshpool. See Poole.

Welstropp. See Wolsthrope.

Welton, Linc., 828 ii.

-, parson of, 972. See also Beache, Thos.

Welworthe, Will., 975 (f. 4).

Wendy, Thos., M.D., 529.

Wenham Combusta, Essex, g. 385 (17).

Wenslaydale (Wensladale, Wenssedale), Yorks., 563 (2), 564, 604, 692 (2), 760 (2).

Wentworth, Thos. lord, 104, 139 ii., iv., 580 (pp. 232, 234, 236), 625, 659, 1393.

-, -, letter from, 1393.

Wentworth, Chr., 164 (2), 522.

-, Sir John, 522:—App. 11.

-, John, sen., g. 519 (10).

-, Philip, son of Sir John, 522.

-, Sir Roger, 580 (pp. 232, 234–5):— g. 202 (9).

-, Thos., 522 (pp. 211–2), 1049, 1058, 1067–8.

-, Sir Thomas, 522.

-, Wm., serjeant at arms, g. 1417 (23, 25).

Weobley (Webley), Heref., 412.

Wering, Ric., 828 vi.

Weryngton. See Warrington.

Weshington, —, Cromwell's servant, 586.

West, rebels in the, i.e. in Somersetshire (q. v.).

West, Sir Clement, knight of St. John, letters from, 489, 917.

West or Weste, —, 580, 1157 (p. 467).

-, Wm., 828 iii.

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

Westacre priory, Norf., prior of 580 (4).

Westbroke, Will., 580 (p. 235):—App. 8.

Westbury-upon-Trim., Glouc., college, letter dated at, 1041.

-, -, dean of. See Barlow, John.

Westby, Will., 1251 (2).

Westchester. See Chester.

Westdene. See Dean West.

West Donyland. See Berechurch.

Weste. See West.

Westerdell (qu. West Randal, otherwise West Ravendale, Linc.?) parsonage of 975 (f. 2).

Westfeld, Laur., 580 (6).

-, Wm., 580 (6).

Westgate. See under Winchester.

Westhampnett (West Hamptnet), Sussex, 1468.

Westhide, Heref., g. 202 (10).

Westminster, 5, 45, 297, 501, 516, 1086 (p. 437), 1124, 1291, 1405–6:—g. 202 (4, 41).

-, letters dated at (official dates omitted) 28, 30, 65, 545, 1031–2, 1205–6, 1306.

-, Abbey of St. Peter, 20, 381 C., 501:— g. 202 (4, 41).

-, -, abbot of. See Boston, Wm.

-, -, late abbot of, John Islip, 141.

-, -, the King's tomb at, 516.

-, Abbot's Bridge, at Totehill, g. 202 (4).

-, Abbot's Meadow, g. 202 (4).

-, Burgoyne's bank, g. 202 (4).

-, Cawsey Hall, g. 202 (4).

-, Charing Cross. See under London.

-, Colmanhedge, g. 202 (4).

-, le Eye, g. 202 (4).

-, Hayward's Croft, g. 202 (4).

-, Horseferry, g. 202 (4).

-, King's Street, g. 202 (4).

-, the Lambe, g. 202 (4).

-, Longemore farm, g. 202 (4).

-, Longemore meadow, g. 202 (4).

-, Market Mede, g. 202 (4).

-, le More, g. 202 (4).

-, le Mote, water called g. 202 (4).

-, Neyte manor, g. 202 (4).

-, Palace, 194.

-, -, works at, 516.

-, St. Stephen's College, a prebendary of (named), 1419 (1, 2).

-, Sanctuary of, 194:—g. 202 (41).

-, Sandpit field, g. 202 (4).

-, Sherdyche, g. 202 (4).

-, Star Chamber at, 45.

-, Temys or Themes Mede, g. 202 (4).

-, Totehill, g. 202 (4).

-, Twenty Acres, g. 202 (4).

-, le Vyene Garden, g. 202 (4).

-, Whitehall (Whight Halle), 231.

-, York Place, 94, 1311.

Westmoreland, 927–8, 947 (1, 2), 955 (3), 993, 995, 1009, 1045–6 (3), 1064 (2), 1080, 1086 (p. 437), 1096, 1155 (1, 2), 1207, 1228, 1235 ii., 1236, 1246, 1276:—g. 202 (34), 1217 (23).

-, commons of, 912, 1080.

-, -, letter from, 1080.

-, sheriff of (1536–7). See Cumberland, Henry earl of.

Westmoreland, Ralph Nevill earl of, 139 ii., iv., 178, 503, 580 (5), 759, 878, 945n, 1003, 1155 (1, 2, 4), 1410 (3):— App. 16:—g. 1417 (3).

-, -, letter from, 178.

- -, letter to, 1003.

-, -, his chaplain, 1003.

Westmoreland, countess of, and her sons, 163 (p. 71).

Weston (Waston), Sir Wm., grand prior of St. John's in England, "lord of St. John's," 66, 104, 406, 419, 425, 450, 489, 580 (3, 5), 917, 983, 1467.

-, -, letters from, 419, 450.

Weston, John, 1498 (4).

-, Sir Ric., 45, 232, 580 (pp. 233 bis, 235):—App. 8:—g. 1217 (9).

Westwickhall, in Burnham, Essex, g. 202 (36).

West Wickham (Wykeham), Camb., g. 202 (45).

Wetheral (Whetheral), Wm., 58.

Wetherwike, Oliver, 842 (3).

Wetinton. See Whittington.

Wetwod (Watwode), John, master of Warwick College, 431–2.

-, -, letter from, 432.

Wever, Mr., the King's servant, 582.

Wexford (Waxford, Washefourd), in Ireland, 101, 200, 259 ii., 266, 310, 521, 1434.

-, castle of, 574 (p. 229).

-, -, constable of, 521.

-, liberties of, Act for, 200.

Wexford, county, 521, 574, 915.

Weybourne priory, Norf., App. 5.

Whalley abbey, Lanc., 901, 947, 1046 (3), 1118, 1212 (3), 1230, 1251.

-, abbot of, letter to, 872 iii.

Whalley, John, comptroller of the Mint, paymaster of the works at Dover, 37, 99, 275, 303, 310, 379, 381 A., 491, 573, 640, 1321, 1419:—g. 519 (3).

-, -, letters from, 37, 99.

-, -, letters to, 275, 379.

-, -, his wife, 275.

-, -, sig. of, 303.

Whaplod (Wappelot), John, prior of Wellow, 975 (f. 3).

Wharton, Westmor., letter dated, 1339.

Wharton, Eliz., and her husband, 231.

-, George, 1260.

- (Whartton, Warton), Sir Thomas, 319, 666, 878, 1046 (3), 1155 (1, 2), 1339, 1392:—g. 1417 (3).

-, -, letters from, 319, 666, 1339.
-, See also Warton.

Whatley, Thos., 975.

Whauton. See Warton.

Wheeler, Harry, 164 (2).

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

Wheteley, Ric., 522.

Whetell. See Whettehyll.

Whetenall, Wm., App. 8.

Whetheral. See Wetheral.

Whethill. See Whettehyll.

Whettehill (Whetell, Whethill), Sir Ric., of Calais, 30, 32.

Whettehill (Whitell), Laurence, 1230.

-, Robt., son of Sir Ric., 32 ("your enemy"), 46 ("Satan"), 61, 94 ("Satan").

Wheytley, Ric., 103.

Whichbury (Whittisbury), Hants., g. 1217 (6).

Whightacre, John, 974.

White, Whyt, or Whyzte:—

-, Sir John, letter from, 847.

-, John, mayor of Reading, 1231.

-, John, 1424.

-, Nic., 1424.

-, Dr. Ric., of New College, Oxford, 1184–5.

-, Thos., alias Hog, q. v.

- (Whyte), Wm., 1419 ii.

Whitehead (Whytthed), parson [Thomas?], surveyor to the bp. of London, 515.

White Knight, the. See Fitzgerald, John.

Whitell. See Whettehill.

Whithorn (Quhithorne), in Scotland, 339.

Whithous, Sir Thos., 975 (f. 3).

-, Thos., 975 (f. 3).

Whitkirk (Whytkyrke), Yorks., hosp. beside, 1335.

Whitney (Wytney), Heref., 412.

Whittington (Wetinton), Lanc., g. 202 (8).

Whittington, Thos., 580 (pp. 232, 235).

Whittisbury. See Whichbury.

Whitton, Roger, dec., g. 943 (24).

-, Wm., 580 (6).

Whitwell (Wytewell), Rutl., g. 519 (13).

Whitwick (Whytwyke), Leic., 426.

Whitwick (Whytwyke), Hugh, prior of St. Mary's, Huntingdon, g. 385 (24).

Whorwood (Horwood), Wm., solicitorgeneral, 381 A., C., 387, 466, 1447 (p. 576):—g. 1417 (3).

-, -, letters from, 387, 466.

Whyat. See Wyatt.

Whytlaws Bay, in Ireland, (qu. Wicklow ?), 1434.

Whytthed. See Whitehead.

Wiat. See Wyatt.

Wickham (Wykham), Hants, 1265.

-, letter dated at, 1265.

Wickham (Wykham) Market, Suff., 1493.

Wicklow Bay, in Ireland, 1434.

Widdryngton (Weddryngton, Wytherington), Sir John, 68, 1155 (1, 2).

-, -, letter from, 68.

Wighill, Yorks., 481.

Wight (Wyzt), Isle of, 31 (p. 18), 94, 580 (p. 234 "the Isle), 1102.

Wighton. See Weighton.

Wigmore, Heref., letter dated, 1370.

Wigmore (Wygmore), Wm., g. 943 (14).

Wigorn. See Worcester.

Wigston (Wygston), Roger, 176, 431, 580 (p. 235), 648:—g. 1417 (3, 15).

-, -, sig. of, 176, 431, 648.

- (Wyxson), Wm., his almshouse. See under Leicester.

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

Wilberfosse, —, 1155 (4).

Wilbrom, —, 381 B.

Wilford (Wylford), Hugh, 924.

-, John, and his brethren, 1419 iii.

-, Thos., sig. of, 520.

-, Wm., 1419 ii.

Wilkinson or Wylkynson, John, g. 943 (4).

-, Simon, 417.

-, Wm., 1419 ii.

Willerby, near Hull, Yorks., g. 519 (1).

Willesforth. See Wolsthrope.

William, lord. See Howard, lord Wm.

Williams, ap. See Guilliams.

Williams, Mr., 649, 725.

-, John, 446, 580 (2), 838, 888:— g. 1217 (20).

-, -, letter from, 888.

-, -, letter to, 446.

-, Gregory, Cromwell's nephew, 1055, 1329.

Williamson, Anthony, 853.

-, Jas., 975 (f. 5).

- (or Williams), John, Cromwell's servant, 66, 159, 193, 335.

Willingham. See Wyfflingham.

Willingham, North, Linc., 975 (f. 8).

Willoughby, Linc., parson of. See Stoner, Francis.

Willoughby (of Eresby), Will. lord (died 1527?), 828 iii. (2).

Willoughby, Maria de Salinas lady, widow of the preceding, 139 ii., iv.

-, -, her surveyor (and auditor.) See Stoner, Francis.

Willoughby, Willowby, Willughby, Wyllebe, &c.:—

- (Willoughbybye), Mr., 805, 828 v., vii., 1260.

-, Baldwin, 1301.

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

-, Sir Edw., 580 (pp. 232, 234), 777:— g. 202 (9), 1217 (23).

-, -, letter from, 777.

-, Hugh, serjeant-at-arms, g. 1417 (23, 25).

-, Sir John, 580 (p. 235), 974.

-, Nich., g. 202 (9).

-, Sir Thos., King's serjeant-at-law, 381 B., 490:—App. 8:—g. 202 (9).

-, -, letter from, 490.

-, -, his wife, (d. of Sir Robt. Rede dec.), 490.

-, Wm., 164 (2), 842 (3), 975:— App. 10.

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

Wilson, —, 841, 975 (f. 8).

-, John, prior of Mountgrace, 75.

-, John, sawyer (alias "Joken Sene," "Jok Unsant," or Jok Unsayned), Lincolnshire rebel, 828 i., iii., 854 i., ii. 968, 972, 975 (f. 8.)

-, Thos., 853.

-, Will., 967 x., 975 (f. 3), 1438.

Wilstrope. See Wolsthrop.

Wilton, Wilts., g. 1217 (6).

Wilton (Wolton), near Great Bedwin, Wilts., g. 202 (29).

Wiltshire, 580 (pp. 232, 234, 236), 1410:— g. 1217 (23).

Wiltshire, earl of. See Boleyn, Sir Thomas.

Wimbledon, Surr., 46, 87, 104, 135 (p. 56), 353.

Wimborne (Wymburne or Wynbourne), Dors., 876.

Wimborne Minster, Dors., deanery of, 1355.

Winbanc, John, 798.

Winchcombe (Wynscomb) Abbey, Glouc., 841 i., ii.

-, abbot of, 670:—App. 16.

Winchcombe (Wynchcombe), —, of Newbury, 380 (p. 234).

Winchelsea, Suss., 1424.

Winchester, 12, 301 (p. 127), 361, 381 B., 890, 1498 (4):—g. 202 (29).

-, letter from the mayor and citizens, 252.

-, letters dated at, 252, 478.

-, the Friars, 301 (p. 127).

-, -, prior of, 301 (p. 127).

-, St. Cross' Hospital, 301 (p. 127).

-, -, master of. See Incent, John.

-, St. Mary's nunnery, 478 n., 527 n.:— g. 385 (20).

-, -, abbess of. See Shelley, Eliz.

-, St. Swithin's Cathedral priory, App. 16.

-, -, prior of, 580, 670 (see Errata), 1214.

-, Westgate prison, 301 (p. 127).

Winchester, bpric. of., chancellor of. 370.

Winchester, bp. of, 252, 580 (5). See also Gardiner, Stephen.

-, -, "pavilion court" of, 252.

Windeham. See Wyndham.

Windsor (Wynnesoor, Wyndesor), Berks., 573, 671, 692, 727, 772, 800, 803, 823, 835, 837, 844, 853 (p. 343), 860 (p. 346), 921, 988, 1045, 1097, 1103, 1155 (5), 1232, 1261, 1436:—g. 202 (25).

-, -, letters dated at, 291, 501, 612, 637, 717, 721–3, 726, 751–3, 768–9, 788, 799, 820–2, 834, 842, 851, 875, 884–5, 918–9, 929 xiii., xiv., xvii., 955, 977, 984–6, 992, 995, 1007, 1009, 1014, 1065, 1074, 1110, 1144, 1212 (2), 1404.

-, Castle of, 879:—g. 943 (2).

-, -, letters, &c. dated at, 556, 579, 598, 611, 614, 634, 656, 670, 687–8, 700–1, 720, 737, 894–7, 906–8, 1022:— g. 943 (1, 2, 5, 6, 10, 14–20, 22–24), 1217 (3, 4, 7, 8, 11, 13, 18, 21), 1417 (2, 28).

-, -, usher of the black rod. See Knyvet, Ant. (1536).

-, St. George's chapel, g. 385 (25), 1417 (16).

-, - (Chapel Royal), dean of, 1327:— g. 1417 (16). See also Sampson, Ric. (1523–36):—Franklin, Wm. (1536).

-, -, canons (prebendaries) of, 291, 310 :—g. 385 (25).

Windsor, treaty of, 390, 479 (p. 194–5).

Windsor forest, 361:—g. 1217 (9).

-, new lodge in, g. 1217 (9).

-, le tower in le Heth., g. 1217 (9).

Windsor (Wynsor), Andrew lord, 5, 104, 139 i., iii., iv., 580 (pp, 232–4, 236), 867, 871:—g. 1417 (5).

Windsor, Wynsor, Wyndessor, Wyndesoure:—

-, Sir Ant., Lady Lisle's receiver, 46, 264, 370, 467, 478, 580 (pp. 232–4), 670, 1072, 1181, 1222, 1256, 1282, 1311.

-, George, 880.

-, Margaret, wife of Sir William, g. 202 (7).

-, Sir Wm., g. 202 (7), 1217 (23), 1417 (5).

Wines (French, Gascon, &c.), 522 (2), 696, 814, 1075, 1078, 1089, 1095, 1102, 1282:—g. 202 (28), 1417 (8, 17, 22, 24).

Winforten, Heref., 412.

Wing (Wyng), Wm., 580 (6).

Wingfield (Wynfeld), Derb., letters dated at, 326, 1028–9, 1048, 1067–8, 1112, 1141, 1153–4.

Wingfield (Wynfyld), Sir Robert, of Calais, 31, 34, 46, 61, 94, 108, 183, 232, 413, 1494,

-, -, letter from, 232.

-, -, his patent, 31, 34, 46, 61, 94, 108.

-, -, his remembrance, 1494.

Wingfield, Winkefield, Wyngfeld, Wingfild:—

-, —, 135 (p. 56), 967.

-, Sir Ant., 347, 580 (p. 233–4), 615, 642, 967 ii., 1169–70, 1393, 1493.

-, -, letters from, 1169–70.

-, -, petition of, 1493.

-, Sir Humph., 245, 580 (p. 234–5), 659, 1357:—g. 202 (9).

-, -, letter from, 245.

-, Sir John. father of Sir Anthony, 1493.

-, John, 775, 808, 833, 1104–5:— App. 8.

-, John, of Sandwich, 444.

-, Thos., comptroller of the works at Dover, 37, 99, 275, 289, 303, 580 (p. 233), 1254, 1321.

-, -, letters from, 99, 275, 1321.

-, -, letter to, 1259.

Winter, Edmund, 842 (4).

Winteringham (Wryntringham), Linc., 1155 (5).

Wintney priory (supp.) Hants, g. 385 (3).

-, last prioress of. See Martin, Eliz.

Wintney Harriard (Winteney Herierde), Hants, g. 385 (3).

Wintreshull, Robt., App. 8.

Wirksworth (Wryksworth), wapentake of, Derb., g. 519 (21).

Wirtemberg (Wittemberg), Ulric duke of, 28 (p. 16).

Wisdom, Robt., curate of All Hallows, Oxford, 136–8.

-, -, letter from, 138.

-, -, letter to, 136.

Wise, John, 1419 ii. See also Wyse.

Wiseman (Wyseman or Wisman), Sir John, 580 (4), 1268.

-, -, letter from, 1268.

Wissenden. See Missenden.

Witham, Essex, g. 943 (8).

Witham, Soms., Charterhouse of, App. 16.

Withcote, Leic., 591 n.

Witley (Wytteley), Surr., g. 202 (37).

Witnesham (Wittillisham), Suff., parson of.
-, See Jackson. Ric.

Witney, Robt., 580 (pp. 232, 235).

Wittemberg, duke of. See Wirtemberg.

Wittenberg, in Germany, 185, 388.

Wittillisham. See Witnesham.

Witton (Wytton), —, servant of the sheriff of Linc., 828 i. (2).

Woad (Toulouse Woad), g. 202 (28), 1417 (17, 21–2, 24).

Woburn, Beds., letter dated at, 649.

-, Abbey of, 479 (? see Notes).

-, abbot of, 362.

Wodall, Arthur, 129.

-, Ralph, g. 1217 (7).

- (Woddale), Thos., priest, letter from, 1495. See also Uvedale.

Wodd, John, John, 522.

Woddale. See Wodall.

Wode (and names commencing). See Wood.

Wodgate, John, 861.

Wodland. See Woodlands.

Woking (Oking), Surr., 324, 599:—g. 202 (37).

-, letters, &c. dated at, 298–9, 304, 306:—g. 385 (16–19, 21, 25, 26, 34, 35), 519 (3), 943 (23).

Wolcy. See Wolsey.

Wold, the, of Yorkshire. See Yorkswold.

Woleman. See Wolman.

Wolfed, Wm., 1168.

Wolfhall (Woulfhaull), Wilts., letter dated at, 371.

Wolman (Woleman, Woolman), Dr. Ric., dean of Wells, 60, 580 (3), 834, 1419.

-, -, sig. of, 60.

Wolmar, Ric., 417.

Wolpyt. See Woolpit.

Wolsaye, bp. of Winchester's prison at, 301 (p. 127).

Wolsey, cardinal, 163, 219 (p. 96), 301 (p. 127), 479 (p, 195), 585, (p. 238), 714, 746, 1111, 1277, 1467.

-, -, his college at Oxford. See Oxford, Henry VIII.'s college.

Wolsey (Wolcy, Wulcye), Geo., hanged by the Lincolnshire rebels, 585 (p. 238), 828 i. (2), iii. (2), xi., 971 (p. 395), 975 (ff. 1, 8).

Wolson, John, 973.

Wolsthrope (Welstropp, Willesforth, Wylstrop, Wilstrope), Sir Oswald, 449, 529, 760 (2), 1138 (p. 456), 1155 (2, 4), 1244.

Wolton. See Wilton.

Wolverhampton, Staff., 387.

-, letter dated at, 466.

Wolwynder, Thos. See Wright, Thos.

Wood (Wod), Andrew, 916.

-, Edw., g. 385 (36).

-, Humph., 1253.

- Robt., 1424.

-, Wm., 1476.

-, Wm., of Stamford, letter from, 1496.

Woodbourn, Nthld., g. 385 (30).

Woodbridge (Wodebrige) priory (supp.), Suff., 434.

Woodcock (Wodcok), Thurstan, 459.

Woodham Walter (Wodhamwauter), Essex, letter dated at, 213.

Woodhay (Wodhey), letter dated, 1386.

Woodhouse, Wm., 261.

Woodlands (Wodland), Dors., letter dated at, 777.

Woodmansey, Wm., 827 ii., 842 (4).

Woodruff, Woodrove, Woodroff, Woderove, or Wodrof:—

-, Agnes (Anys), 1312, 1397.

-, James, 522.

-, Thos., 522.

Woodstock, Oxon, 1436 (2).

Woodstock (Wudstocke) manor, in Kildare, 101, 257, 266, 1149.

Woodwarde, George, 259 (p. 110 bis).

Woollen Cloth, g. 1217 (10). See also Weavers.

Woolman. See Wolman.

Woolpit (Wolpyte, &c.), Suff., 626.

-, letters dated at, 625, 660.

Worcester, 407 (2 ii.).

-, letters dated at, 262, 495, 1198.

-, sign of the Antelope, 1328.

-, Castle, 407.

-, Cathedral Priory, 262, 309, 1198, 1429.

-, -, prior of. See More, Wm. (resigned); also Holbeche, Hen.

-, -, renunciation of the Pope by, 309.

-, -, articles against the prior and convent, 1429.

Worcester, Henry Somerset earl of, 139 ii., iv., 580 (p. 236).

Worcester, Eliz. countess of, 117.

Worcestershire, 580 (pp. 232–3, 235), 589:—g. 1217 (23).

-, sheriff of. See Walshe, Walt.

Workington (Wyrkyngton), Cumb., 1046 (3).

Worksop (Worshop), Notts, letters dated at, 592, 929 ii.

Worley. See Warley.

Wormeholt Wood, Midd., 187.

Wormeton Tirell, Heref., g. 202 (10).

Wormley (Wormeley), Herts, g. 519 (12).

Wormsley (Wormesley), Heref., 412.

-, priory of (rental), 412.

Worplesdon, Surr., g. 202 (37),

Worsley (Ursley, Worseley), Sir James, 580 (p. 234 bis).

-, Ralph, 906 (2), 1251 (2).

Wort -, Thos., and his wife, 1320.

Worth, Mr., of Paris, 63.

Worthing, Suss., g. 202 (37).

Wotton, Dr. Nicholas, M.D., 60, 162.

-, -, sig. of, 60.

Wotton (Wutton), Sir Edw., sheriff of Kent (1535–6), 520, 580 (pp. 232–4):— App. 8.

-, -, sig. of, 520.

Woulfhaull. See Wolfhall.

Wragby (Ragby, Wargby), Linc., 805, 828 v., vii., 975.

Wraggo, wapentake of, Linc., 828 xi.

Wrake, Mr., of Dover, 331, 1254.

Wrangle, Linc., 975 (f. 5).

Wrenne, John, 580 (6).

Wressell (Wresyll), Yorks., 1048.

Wrethisley. See Wriothesley.

Wrettyll (qu. Writtle in Essex ?), 297.

Wright, —, 818.

-, John, 580 (6).

-, Robt., g. 943 (4).

-, Thos., alias Wolwynder, of Boston, g. 202 (20).

-, Thos., 842 (3).

-, Wm., 805, 828 vii.

Wriothesley (Wrethisley, Wrisley, Wrysselye, Writhesley), Thomas, one of the clerks of the signet, letters from, 722–3, 751–2, 768–770, 822, 834, 842, 851.

-, -, letters to, 22, 169, 340, 374, 444, 530, 725, 1082, 1391, 1455–6.

-, -, his handwriting, 5, 15, 29, 48, 72, 74, 113–14, 151, 305, 381, 382 (3), 401, 445, 469, 512, 544, 556 n., 557 (2), 611, 620, 656, 670 (6), 688 (2 n.), 712, 715, 716, 717 (4), 718, 727, 748–9, 765 (2), 766 (2), 771, 780 i., ii., 781, 783, 816, 827 ii., 833, 836, 843, 850, 883–4, 944, 955 (2), 956 (4–6), 984, 1014, 1022 (2), 1061–4, 1091, 1101, 1112, 1174–75, 1178, 1224–7, 1236, 1271, 1306, 1317, 1327, 1373, 1399, 1410 (3):—App. 16.

-, -, other references to, 22, 242, 312, 340, 374, 381 C., 444, 460, 530, 580 (1, 2, p. 233), 670, 722–3, 725, 751–3, 768–70, 822–3, 842, 851, 1006, 1082, 1265, 1470, 1481:—g. 202 (43), 519 (5), 1417 (16).

-, -, sig. of, 222:—g. 1417 (16).

-, -, his son, 1455.

-, -, his daughter, 1455.

-, -, his wife, 1456.

Wriothesley, Sir Thomas, Garter king of arms (died 1534), g. 202 (30).

Wrisley or Writhesley. See Wriothesley.

Writtle, Essex, 297 (? Wrettyll).

Wrothe, Mr., his lands, 135.

-, Mrs., 135 (p. 56).

-, Robt., dec., g. 943 (5).

-, Thos., s. and h. of Robert, g. 943 (5).

Wrottesley, Walt., 1411:—g. 1417 (5).

Wryksworth. See Wirksworth.

Wryne, Elene, letter from, 1497.

-, -, her husband, 1497.

Wryntringham. See Winteringham.

Wrysselye. See Wriothesley.

Wtcokke, letter dated at, 591.

Wudstocke. See Woodstock.

Wurzburg, in Germany, provost of, 475.

Wutton. See Wotton.

Wyatt (Wiat), Sir Henry (died 1536 ?), 1026, 1492:—g. 519 (4).

-, -, letter from, 1492.

- (Whyat, Wiat, Wyate), Henry, g. 202 (11).

-, Thos., son of Sir Henry, sheriff of Kent (1536–7), 580 (1, 2 p. 233), 1026, 1492:—App. 8:—g. 519 (4), 1217 (23).

Wycliff, John, heresies and condemnation of, 124 (9), 1246.

Wye, Robt., 580 (p. 235).

Wyer, Robt., printer, 1355 n.

Wyfflingham (qu. Willingham?), 971 (p. 394).

Wyghton. See Weighton.

Wygston. See Wigston.

Wyke. See Week.

Wykeham, Camb. See West Wickham.

Wykes, —, 307.

Wykham. See Wickham.

Wylkyn, Wm., 140.

Wyllebe. See Willoughby.

Wylleye, Robt., of Walsingham, 480.

Wyllyfeldes. See Wellifed's.

Wymbyche (Wymbyge), Wm., 842 (3), 975 (f. 3).

Wymering (Wymryng), Hants, 1498 (6).

-, letter dated at, 463.

Wymond, Robt., 1424.

Wymondesold, 875.

Wynbourne. See Wimborne.

Wyncote, Hen., one of the Six Clerks, 66, 1419.

Wyndham (Windeham), Edm., 580 (p. 233).

-, George, clk., 302 n.:—g. 1217 (3, 11).

Wynfyld, Wynfeld, or Wyngfeld. See Wingfield.

Wynkfeld. See Wingfield.

Wynnesoor. See Windsor.

Wynsor. See Windsor.

Wyre, Will., 1231.

Wyrkyngton. See Workington.

Wyrley, Wm., jun., g. 1417 (3).

Wyse, Harry, son of Wm., 69.

-, John, 276.

-, Nich, 679.

-, Wm., of Waterford, letter from, 69.

Wytewell. See Whitwell.

Wytherington. See Widdrington.

Wytherton, Roger, 164 (2).

Wytney. See Whitney.

Wyttye, Ric., 276.

Wyxson. See Wigston.

Wyzt. See Wight.

Y.

Yale, Denb., 509, 1493:—g. 943 (1), 1217 (7).

Yapton (Yeapton), Suss., g. 202 (37).

Yarborough (Yerborowe), Linc., 971.

-, hill, 853 (p. 342).

-, hundred of, head court of, 853 (p. 342).

-, -, chief ruler of (Sir R. Tyrwhit), 843 (p. 342).

Yarmouth (Yarmowthe), Norf., 1169, 1229.

Yate, Glouc., 1041.

Yate, John, 1230, 1251.

Yeapton. See Yapton.

Yeldham Magna, Essex, g. 202 (45).

Yeldham Parva, Essex, g. 202 (45).

Yeli. See Ely.

Yerber, John, 842 (4).

Yerborowe. See Yarborough.

Yetminster, Dors., prebend of, 1355. See Notes.

Ykelington. See Ickleton.

Yngby, John, 1195.

Yngelffeld. See Englefield.

Yngham. See Ingham.

Yoell, Thos., parson of Sotby, Linc., 973.

Yolande, eldest daughter of Charles VII. of France, 8.

Yolle, Rob., 827 ii.

Yonge. See Young.

York (Yourke), city of, 215, 605, 627–8, 646, 662–4, 678, 689, 692 (1, 2), 704, 729, 762, 768, 784, 841 (p. 333), 878, 955 (3), 970, 972, 1046 (3), 1059, 1075, 1078, 1095, 1103, 1107, 1115–6, 1122, 1127–8, 1139–40, 1146, 1153–5, 1171, 1175–6, 1209–11, 1235–6, 1242, 1246, 1276, 1296, 1300, 1365, 1371, 1397. 1399, 1402 1410 (4):—g. 519 (1).

-, -, letter from, 704.

-, letters dated at, 215, 237, 503, 651, 1047, 1070, 1127, 1134–5 (2). 1279, 1380.

-, council of the rebels at (in November), 1045 (p. 420), 1059, 1077, 1114–6, 1122, 1127–8, 1134–5, 1139–40, 1153–5, 1170, 1209–10, 1261.

-, -, order taken by, 1135, 1146, 1155.

-, lord mayor of, 627–8, 664, 692.
-, See also Harrington, Will.

-, -, letters to, 627–8.

-, parliament at, proposed, 1246.

-, preparations to take it, 704, 723–4, 748, 752, 1236.

-, the rebels enter it, 759, 760 (2), 860.

-, river that goes up to (the Ouse), 714 (p. 276).

-, castle, 503, 878.

-, cathedral of St. Peter, liberty of, 1246.

-, -, dean of. See Higdon, Brian.

-, -, treasurer of. See Colyns, Lancelot.

-, Clementhorpe nunnery, 307, 879

-, St. Mary's Abbey, 10, 784 iii.:— App. 16.

York, archbishop of, 1182 (2). See also Lee, Edw.

York, clergy of the province of, 956.

York, cardinal of. See Wolsey.

York, title of duchess of, 9.

York Place. See under Westminster.

York, Mr., 324.

Yorke, Thos., 580 (p. 234).

Yorkshire (county of York), 215, 563–4, 569, 578, 581, 765, 780, 784, 816, 837–8, 854 ii., 879 i., ii., 913, 947, 955 (3), 970, 974, 984, 992–3, 1022, 1028, 1038, 1040, 1047, 1061–4, 1075, 1077, 1097, 1103, 1106, 1118, 1143, 1178, 1212, 1228, 1235–6, 1276, 1372, 1410 (3):—App. 7:—g. 519 (22), 1217 (23).

-, insurrection in, 712, 715–17, 723, 729, 730, 737, 747–52, 757–8, 760 (2), 766, 768, 771–2, 774, 789, 816, 817, 821, 824, 826 (3), 858, 885, 901, 910, 911, 918, 920 (2), 930, 947, 956–7, 967 i., ii.

-, petition of rebels, 1182 (3).

-, submission of the insurgents, 1282.

-, reports spread in, 768 (2).

-, accounts of suppressed monasteries in, App. 7.

-, sheriff of, 503. See Darcy, Sir George (1535–6); also Hastings, Sir Brian (1536–7).

-, suffragan of, 841.

-, East Riding of, 563, 627, 662, 664 692 (1, 2), 760 (2), 924, 966, 1017, 1155 (2).

-, North Riding of, 563, 692 (2), 760 (2), 1155 (2).

-, West Riding of, 563, 692 (2), 695, 760 (2), 1155 (2).

Yorkswold, 760 (2), 1116.

Youghal, Ireland, 1332 (2).

Young (Yonge, Yong), Baldwin, 522.

-, Edm., 1393 (2).

-, John, 1424.

-, Fras., g. 1417 (15).

Yowe, Wm., of the Petty Bag, 66.

Yve, Thos., abbot of Muchelney, 670, 1266.

-, -, letter from, 1266.

Z.

Zealand (Zellande), 1158, 1200.

-, fleet prepared in, 254 714 (p. 276), 1296.

Zele Southwerk and Witley, Surr., g. 202 (37).

Zouche, John lord, 104, 139 i., iii., 580 (5), 904:—g. 202 (13), 1217 (16).

-, -, letter from, 904.

Zouch (Soche), David, 203 n.

- (Zoche), Geo., g. 1417 (21).

-, John, g. 1417 (24).