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The Church Records of St Andrew Hubbard, Eastcheap, c1450-c1570. Originally published by London Record Society, London, 1999.

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INDEXA.B.C.D.E.F.G.H.I.J.K.L.M.N.O.P.Q.R.S.T.U.V.W.Y.Z.

INDEX

A.

Abraham, John, 238

accountants, churchwardens as, 78

Achelay, William, 203, 205, 207, 208, 209, 211, 212, 213, 216, 217, 220, 221, 227, 230; for paper book, 192, 195; gives new book, 220

Adam, —, Master, maid's burial, 208, 210

Adams (Adames)
-, Joan, 254
-, Richard, 169, 175, 178, 184, 190, 195, 198, 230, 203, 205, 207, 213, 216, 217, 221, 224, 227, 248, 249, 254; latten sold to, 191
-, Thomas, knell, 228
-, William, 254

Adowne, John, 128, 140

Adryanson (Adrianson, Andryanson)
-, Henry, 295
-, Hew, 84
-, Jannyken, 295
-, Jile, 295
-, wife's burial, 228

Agerton, Agnes, widow, 329

Airdeley, William, 24

Aishh
-, John, 233
-, Reynold, 233

alderman, writing bill, 124

Alderslay, John, 329

Aldham, Henry, 44, 47, 49, 51

Alen, —, a doctor for, 104

Alhed, see Halhead

Allen, Robert, 300

almain rivet (armoury), 190

Alss, —, 134

Alston, Edmund, 303, 304, 309, 313

Alton
-, Agnes, 330
-, Alice, 330
-, Elizabeth, 330
-, John, 330
-, Mary, 330
-, Robert, 330
-, Thomas, 330

Andlyn (Andyn)
-, Elizabeth, 282
-, Robert, 282
-, Thomas, 282

Andrew, Walter, 298

anniversaries, see London, parish church of St Andrew Hubbard, anniversaries

Annsham, Richard, 233

Anthony, Harry, 328

ap Rhys, Agnes, 256

Archelay, see Achelay

Arden, Warwks, 272

Argoll, —, Master, clerks to, 209

Armourer, Elen, 6

Arnold the Gascon, burial, 17

Arnold (Arnolde)
-, Agnes alias Tynnes, 313
-, Jasper, 106, 125, 127, 158, 159, 161, 164, 165, 242, 313;
-, burial of, 176
-, Jeffrey, 140
-, Katherine, 313
-, Mary, 316

Arnott, Jasper, 129

arquebuses (armoury), 190

arrows, sheaf of (armoury), 190

Artche, —, servant of Master Maryon, action upon, 127

Artrygh, John, 289

Aschely, William, 189

Ashcombe (Asshcombe)
-, Alice, 263
-, Amice, 263
-, John, 263
-, William, 263
-, William, junior, 263
-, wife of, 1

Ashe
-, John, 87
-, William, 112

Asylworth, see Hasley

Atkinson (Atkynson)
-, Harry, 81
-, John, 74
-, Margery (Margyt) 115, 315

Atowaile, Clement, mother of, 32

Aurnbye, George, 314

Austen, Bryce, undertaking to mend clock, 187

Aveyye, Jasper, 140

Awdelee, —, goodman, 129; father of 131

Awstedd, Richard, 292

Aylwood, —, 69

B.

Babcom, —, Master, 213, 223

Babham, see Babcom

Bacon, William, 232

Bafford
-, Ellen, 269
-, Richard, burial, 17, 18; 269.

Baggat (Baggatt, Baggott, Bagot)
-, Magdalene, 308
-, Richard, 111, 155, 175, 176, 178, 183, 201, 205, 208, 209, 211, 212, 213, 216, 220, 300, 302, 308; wife's burial, 161

Baker
-, John, 17, 32, 35, 37
-, Marion, 282
-, Robert, 28, 31
-, Thomas, of Mile End, 312
-, Thomas, 273
-, William, 233

Balloke, 100

Banbery, Andrew, 207, 213, 216, 217, 219, 220, 221, 222, 223, 224, 225, 230, 316, 316; daughter's burial, 208

Barbour, Robert, 6

Baret (Barett)
-, John, 300
-, John, of St Tolos, Norf., 277

Barker, Robert, 272

Barmell, Henry, 33

Barnes (Barnys)
-, Humphrey, 124
-, John, 297

Barnworth, William, 236

Barran (Baronne)
-, John, 301
-, Margaret, 301
-, Richard, 301
-, Thomas, 297
-, William, 301

Barres, Christopher, 239

Barry
-, John, gentleman, 262
-, John, 6

basketmaker, 89

Basketmaker
-, Jasper, king's servant, 295
-, Cornelius, see Johnson, Cornelius

Bate, Marion, 288

Bateman (Batman)
-, Elizabeth, 179, 249
-, Henry, 177, 178, 179, 249; burial, 179; grave, 182
-, Henry, junior, 249

Baxter, Richard, 203

Bayly, Richard, 302

beadle of ward, 315

Beaton, —, Master, for a sermon, 197

Bekett, Thomas, 235

Bell
-, Geoffrey, 240
-, James, 240
-, Joffray, burial, 123, 124
-, Thomas, 240

Bellamy, Isabell, 8

Bellman, Rowland, 305

Benbow (Benbowe, Bendbowe)
-, —, Master, lawyer, 201
-, —, Mistress, burial, 219, 220; grave, 220
-, Gabriel, burial, 208
-, John, 170, 172, 316

Benche, —, Master, 209

Berell
-, Joan, 281
-, John, 281

Berker, see Baker, Robert

Bermondsey, in Surrey, 236; church of St Mary Magdalene, 236

Berye, Harry, marriage of, 173

Beverley, Peter, 315

Beynson, Emmote, 233

Bilby
-, Mary, 243
-, Ralph, 243

Birde
-, —, 34
-, John, 89, 91

Bishop of London, see London, Bishop of

Black House, tenement in parish of St Andrew, 250, 252

Blacksmith, James the, 118

Blackwell, —, Master, bishop's registrar, 205

Blackwood, —, Master, for counsel, 156

Blake, James, 140, 289

Blowke, Reynold, 301

Blunie, John, burial, 87

boat hire from Westmister, 209; to Westminster, 210

Bodfelde, —, mistress, 131

Bolley, —, goodman, 220

Bolton, Richard, 250

Bontley, John, 207

Boole, Roger, 257

Boornell, Thomas, 195

Borell, John, burial, 63; wife's burial, 61

Bornelay, Thomas, 207, 217, 221

Borson, see Burton

Botlay (Botlaye, Botley, Botteley)
-, Dorothy, 327
-, Joan, 327
-, Richard, 195, 217, 320, 327
-, William, 327

Bottle, —, Mistress, husband's burial, 228

Bound, Edmund, 189

Bournlay, Thomas, 227

Bournley, —, 210

Bourton, John, 96, 97, 100

Boutley, —, 210

Bowers, Ellen, 246

Bowland, William, 294

Bowrton, Thomas, 200; knell, 201

Bows, Martin, 182

Bradford (Bradforthe)
-, Thomas, 250

Brady, Robert, 193

Braynewood (Braynewoode)
-, Edward, of court letters, 308
-, William, of court of London, 197, 201, 317

Brefeld, —, Master, 200

Brelewe, William, 291

Breuster, see Brewster

Brewster, John, 237; burial, 53

Bridges (Brydgys)
-, Lawrence, 111, 139, 143, 146, 150, 154, 155, 158, 159, 161; grave, 163; 294

Brigges, John, 21, 22; burial, 24, 25; year's mind, 24, 26

Bromley, —, Master, our counsellor, 201, 209, 210; clerk of, 209

Brone, —, of the counter, 209

Brook, John, 253

Broughton, Rowland, 233

Brown
-, John, 74, 77; burial, 74, 75; wife, 74, 77
-, William. 198

Browning, Denys, 25; wife of, 23

Brugge,
-, Elizabeth, 233
-, John, 233
-, John, junior, 233
-, Thomas, 233

Bryge, —, 30

Buff, —, Lady, 326

Bugby, in Northamptonshire, parish church of, 261

Bukby, John, 255, 256

Burcher, John, 289

Burd, John, 256

Burgers, Edmund, 251

Burton, wife of, 104

Burton
-, Dennis, 34, 42, 64, 66, 68, 276
-, Elizabeth, 287
-, Gerard (Jaret), 157, 164, 168, 191, 195, 196, 197, 200, 202, 205, 207, 213, 217, 221, 224, 287, 327
-, John, 100, 276, 287
-, Robert, 287
-, Simon, 287

Buxstone, Henry, 325

Byllyngsby, William, 163, 164, 169, 170, 175, 312; benevolence, 164; servant. 176

Byode, John, 88

Byrch, William, 99

Bysbe, James, 132

C.

Campion, Robert, 112

Candell, Roland, 111

Cannon, William, 318

Cappastre, Thomas, 84

Carlton, —, goodman, 167

Carmynall (Carmynell)
-, Eliza, 252
-, Ellys, 129

Caro, John, 330

Caron, —, goodman, 171; knell, 172

Carpenter, John, 7; grave, 29

carraway, a box, 209

Carter
-, Agnes, 303
-, John, 260
-, Robert, 177, 248, 317, 324
-, Thomas, 13, 24, 27, 232; burial, 32, 34
-, wife of, for washing, 192, 226

Casson (Cassen)
-, Joan, 280
-, John, 280
-, Peter, 280
-, William, 13, 36, 39, 41, 42, 276, 280, 303; burial, 61, 62

Castell
-, John, 169, 171
-, Thomas, 111, 158, 159

Castle (Castyll), —, Master, 164, 316

caterpillars, 40

Cavannell (Carwenill), John, dean of Warwick, 236, 238, 242

Cersteym, Thomas, 140

Chacombe
-, Thomas, 257
-, see Reynwell, Christine

Chamber, John, 297

Chamberlain of London, see London government

Chamberlain (Chamberlyn)
-, Geoffrey, 317
-, Helen, 317
-, John, 317
-, Nicholas, 136

Chambers, John, of St Katherine Coleman, 315

Champney
-, Roger, 7
-, Thomas, 21, 26, 30, 33

Chancellor
-, mending his parchment, 135
-, for the counsel of, 156

Chantries, see London, parish of St Andrew Hubbard, chantries

Chapman, John, of the Bridge, 311

Charley
-, John, 294
-, Richard, 166, 170

Charlton, Kent, 234

Charnold, John, 282

Chatfelde (Chatfyld)
-, Nicholas, 191, 320; and wife, burial, 208, 210
-, Thomas, 284

Chauncy
-, —, Mistress, burial of maid, 99
-, Jarard, 77, 89, 109, 119, 121, 155; knell, 156

Chaundeler, Thomas, 324

Chele, John, 189

Cheppe, John, 260

Chester, William, 129; wife of, 135

Chevell, John, 261

Chibell
-, William, 262
-, John, yeoman of Langford, 262

Childe, Thomas the, 10

Childerley (Chelderley)
-, —, Master, 164; for wife's burial, 161
-, —, Mistress, daughter's child, 155
-, Ellis, 230
-, Henry, 111
-, John, 132, 135, 136, 139, 143, 140, 146, 150, 151, 155, 158, 159, 169, 175, 178, 183, 184, 195, 239, 288, 309; burial, 200, 201
-, Marion, 113, 239, 288; Lawrens, her executor, 123; burial, 121, 122
-, Peter, 239
-, William, 81, 87, 89, 91, 99, 105, 107, 109, 110, 112, 239, 284, 286, 289

Chippe, John, servant, 259

Chow (Chowle, Chowy) John, 109, 128, 140, 142, 143, 144, 147, 148, 150, 154

Chume, —, knell, 88

Clarke (Clark)
-, wife of, 209
-, —, goodman, his burial, 123
-, —, goodwife, mending surplices, 134
-, Joan, of Hepworth, Lincs., 325
-, John, 164, 167, 172, 181, 201, 209, 210, 246, 325; repairs to house, 168
-, Robert, burial, 208, 210
-, Robert, girdler, 321
-, Thomas, 87, 88, 89, 91, 111, 119, 129, 139, 140, 143, 146, 150, 154, 155, 158, 159, 161, 166, 170, 240, 242, 246, 329
-, Thomas, of Whitechapel, 14
-, William, 321

Clerk (Clerke)
-, Avice, 276
-, Frances, 246
-, Henry, 246
-, Joan, 246
-, Joan, junior, 246
-, John, 6
-, Ralph, 44, 47, 49, 51, 53, 55, 57, 59, 61, 64, 66, 68, 70, 72, 73, 77, 237, 276; wife of, 235
-, William, 246

Clerk[s'] Hall, 302

clockmaker, 48

Clone, —, Master, 209

Clyff, Richard, parson of St George's Botolph lane, 276

Clyfford, John, 182

Cocred, Robert, 99

Coke
-, Thomas, 312
-, Thomas, servant, 256
-, Thomas, of Shaftisbroke, 252

Cokke, —, Mistress, bequest of, 79

Cokkys, Jankyn, 272

Colbyllar, Merell, 140

Colcell in Arden, in Warwickshire, 272

Colefoxe, wife of, 293

collector, 81

Collyns (Collynes, Colleying, Collinge, Coolyng, Kolens)
-, John, 327
-, Peter, 184, 189, 195, 207, 215, 217, 221
-, Richard, 252

Colscombe, Hugh, 233

Colton, Pirthe, 307

Combe, —, Lady, 6

Compson, —, Mistress, 219; burial, 220

Compton, William, 203

Conke, the carpenter, 210

Conse, —, Master, 209

Constantyne
-, Katherine, 272
-, Watkin, craftsman, 34; arrest of, 37
-, Walter, 272

Cook (Cooke)
-, —, Mistress, knell of, 228
-, John, 167
-, Richard, 301
-, William, doctor of law, 242

Copyn, —, 89

Cornel, —, knell, 95, 97; bequest of, 97

Cornelay, Thomas, 213

Cornelys, —, burial, 208

corslets and headpieces (armoury), 190

Coste, Gilbert, 248

Coster, Henry, 315

Cowper
-, Charlay, 329
-, Thomas, 272

Coyse
-, Joan, god-daughter and servant, 234, 235
-, Margaret, 235

Crakenthorpe, Thomas, 13; wife pays for marble stone, 28; knell, 28, 29

Cranehouse, John, helping in choir, 132

Crayford, Richard, 236; wife of, 115

Cristyn, Thomas, 109

Croke, Margaret, 273

Crompe, John, 315

Crompton
-, James, 213
-, William, 205, 207, 215, 217, 219, 224, 227, 228, 229, 230

Crooke, —, Master, 201

Cropp, John, 72, 73

Cros, John, 67; mending a pew, 69

Cross, Marion, 235

Crowcheley, James, 321

Crowcher, Thomas, 14, 15, 16, 18

Crystiane (Crystyn), Thomas, 112, 129

Cumberland, county of, 250

D.

Daddy, Richard, parson of Stewton, 241

daggers and knives (armoury), 190

Dale, Thomas, vicar of Langham, in Norfolk, 302

Danyell, Augustine, 279

David, —, knell of, 45

Davy, wife's knell, 43

Davys, George, 140

Dawes
-, John, 293
-, Robert, 293

Dawson
-, —, Master, 326
-, George, 312
-, John, 49, 237

Debyte, —, Master, 210

Dede, Thomas, burial, 200, 201; covering grave, 201

Denam, —, Mistress, 109

Denys, Thomas, 166

Derrant, —, Master, 209

Develyn, Walter, 78; wife's knell, 78, 79

Devenysch, Aurthur, 246

Dey
-, Alice, 302
-, Thomas, 302

Dille, Richard a, 209

Dobrel, —, Master, 177

Dobson
-, John, of Patterdale, 250
-, Katherine, 250
-, William, 250

Doctor, for bread and wine to, 92; at Bow church, 102

Dodd, Thomas, 306

Dogan (Dogen)
-, John, 301, 307
-, Martin, 301

Dogkyn, John, 301

Dorant, Martyn, 242

Down, John, 37

Draper
-, —, Master, 111, 208; burial of, 201
-, —, Mistress, 161; sight of her will, 220
-, Elyn, 200
-, Helen, widow, 317
-, Robert, 146, 150, 151, 155, 158, 159

Dre, Roger, 273

Droitwich, in Worcestershire, 251

Dronry, —, goodman, 210

Drowry, Richard, 321

Dryfeld, William, 79

Dungaster, Thomas, 250

Dustary (Dustarie), Peter, 36, 38

dutchmen, burial of, 105

Duwerye, John, 304

Dygby, Katherine, 329

Dyrkson, Daniel, knell, 99; bequest, 99

Dyxson, —, joiner, 165

E.

Ede, Thomas, 195

Edwards, John, 99

Edwyn, John, action against, 137

Effamat, Everard, 239

Egerton (Egyton)
-, —, ringing knell, 84; wife's knell, 83
-, —, Mistress, 134, 151; burial, 152
-, Agnes, 105
-, Thomas, 72, 73, 78; bequest towards steeple, 84, 89

Elizabeth I, Queen of England, Te Deum at Proclamation, 188; solicitor to, 209

Elles, Robert, 214, 219, 222, 225

Eluyth, John, 100

Emperor, Holy Roman, dominions of, 295; knell for wife of, 145

Englond, John, poor man, 256

Epe, William, 268

Epping, in Essex, 246

Erlington, 216

Essamatt, Everard, 291

Essex, county of, 246, 247, 261, 294, 311

Estoff, Edward, 99, 102

Eston, Thomas, 273

Evare, Ralph, 317

Everard, Michael, from Flanders, 95, 96, 99, 279, 285

Eward, John, burial, 171, 172

F.

Fairhead
-, Agnes, 256
-, Isabel, 256
-, John, 255
-, John, junior, 256
-, Juliana, 3, 5, 7, 9, 12, 14, 16, 52, 54, 75, 81, 85, 255, 256; from Master Plomer for her obit, 121, 122; testament of, 16, 27, 31, 33; copy of will, 165
-, Margaret, 255
-, William, 14, 43, 45, 48, 50, 56, 58, 60, 62, 65, 67, 87, 255, 256

Fane (Fame, Fan, Fayne, Fann, Fanne)
-, —, goodman, 164, 171, 172, 176, 200
-, —, goodwife, 208
-, Annys (Agnes), 134, 135, 138, 141, 191; for washing, 152, 153, 156; for burial of maid, 156; for shed, 155; rent from, 161, 163; widow, 219, 225
-, Richard, 130, 302, 315; for washing cloths, 157

Fanser (Fanscher), Richard, clockmaker, 149, 152, 153, 192, 193, 220; for iron work, 182

Fanshaw, —, Master, 209

Farie, Clement, 195, 224, 226, 227, 228

Farsett, —, Master, for counsel, 188

Faser, —, goodman, 201

Fassy, —, 210

Feary, Henry, 249

Fedell, Michael, 262

Felding
-, Alice, 307
-, Nicholas, 307

Ferrer, Dorothy, 242

first fruits of Langham, Norf., rights over, 302

Flaarse, 305

Flanders, 285, 305

Flicke, Edmund, of Ipswich, 252

Flude, John, 206

Fly, John, knell, 79, 80

Folyatt, John, 140

Foret, bell of, 118

Forman, —, Lady, 317

Fowler, —, burial, 144

Foxby, William, 312

Foxke[?], William, 140

France, King of, dirige and mass for, 162

Fraunce, Joan, 308

French man, 49, 57; burial, 70; knell for, 70; burial, 136; paving grave, 138; of Whitechapel, clock mender, 137

French priest, 48

Frend
-, Christine, 257
-, Thomas, alias Wyseman, 257

Friars, see London, clergy

Frysynfyld, George, 200

Fuller, —, knell, 146

Fynchingfield, Agnes, 259

Fynne, Richard, 297

Fyssher, Henry, merchant of the Staple, 244

G.

Galyen, William, 99

Gansson, see Johnson

Garet (Garret, Garrett, Garre, Garyn, Gerens)
-, Agnes, 292
-, Eleanor, 292
-, Elizabeth, the elder, 292
-, Elizabeth, the younger, 292
-, Maryon (Maryn), 78, 83, 85, 87, 99, 102, 105, 109, 113, 118, 119, 126, 136, 140, 236, 242, 286, 288, 292; arrest of
-, servant, 127
-, Peter, poor child, 292
-, Richard, 109, 110, 129

Garland, the, 13, 87; death at, 70

Garnett, Richard, 288

Garoll, Richard, 189

Garthow, John, 293

Gascon (Gascoyn)
-, Arnold the, 17; burial, 18
-, Jenot the, 17

Geave, Henry, 311

Gebson, —, 123

Gellicorse
-, Anne, 312
-, Hugh, 312
-, John, 312
-, Joyce, 312
-, William, 312

Gemem, William, 247

Genote, Ambrose, 305

George, —, 89

Gester, —, goodman, wife's burial, 129

Gesyngham, Henry, 278

Gey
-, John, 261
-, Robert, 261

Gherritt, Richard, 127

Gibson

, 89
-, Isabel, 240
-, Thomas, 240
-, William, 99

Gille, Nicholas, 256

Glacyer, Peter, 9

Glover, Thomas, 272

Godarne, Thomas, 318

Goldsmith
-, —, Master, at Paul's Chain, 98, 102
-, William, 15

Gonby, George, 247

Goodred
-, Jane, 303
-, Thomas, 303

Goodryche (Goodryke, Gudrych)
-, —, 242
-, Helen, 271
-, Margery, 271
-, Thomas, 140

Goodwyn, Edmund, 303

Goolde, George, of Kingston, 325

Gornyannt [?], Eleys, 140

Goule, Thomas, priest, 245

Goyar [?], Ralph, 140

Grace, James, 255, 256

Grange, Elizabeth, 325

Granger
-, John, 228; widow of, 228
-, Richard, 207, 217, 221, 325
-, William, 4, 6, 7, 10, 13, 15, 16, 18, 23, 34, 262; wife's burial, 14; father's burial, 22

Grave
-, Mary, 283
-, Roger, 72, 73, 79, 280, 283
-, Thomas, 283

Green, —, goodman, wife's burial, 161

Greenaway, —, 210

Green (Grene)
-, —, for debt, 200
-, Cecily, 245
-, Emma, widow, 239
-, John, 178, 183, 185, 189, 194, 206, 224, 227, 230, 245, 315
-, Robert, 245
-, Thomas, 175, 176
-, William, 302

Greenwich, 241; Greenwich, East, 234; for burying child of, 115

Gregby, Richard, 242

Gremsfred, William, 249

Grenehouse, William, 250

Grenewaye, —, labourer, 193

Gresshop (Gressop), Andrew, 34, 276

Grey
-, John, 189
-, Thomas, his man, 7

Grigle, Agnes, 320

Gryffes, Lancelot, 214

Gryffeths, —, Master, lawyer, for a writ, 201; for sub poena, 201

Gryffyns, —, Master, of Chancery, 209

Grygby (Grygsby, Grigbe)
-, —, goodman, 164; pit of, 167; knell, 165
-, Alice, 302
-, Anne, 214
-, Elizabeth, 302
-, John, of Houghton cum Witton, Hunts., 302
-, John, 302
-, Margaret, 302
-, Richard, 156, 290, 291, 300, 302
-, Thomas, 302
-, William, 302

Grygreve, Nane, 210

Gyles (Gylls, Geylls)
-, Arnold, 140, 178, 179, 328
-, Garred, 330

Gylle
-, Isabella, 258
-, John, 258
-, Katherine, 258
-, Nicholas, 258
-, Thomas, 258
-, William, 258

Gynes, Richard, 153

Gynke, Christine, 271

Gysborow, Thomas, 64.

Gysors (Gysar, Guyser)
-, Alice, 237
-, Anne, 236
-, John, 87, 88, 236, 237, 238, 242

Gyver, —, Mistress, 105

H.

Haddon (Handon), Thomas, 205, 212, 223, 253, 325

Hadlow, Thomas, 231

Hadnell, Robert, 288

Haggerde, Miles, 317

Halhead (Halhed, Halhede)
-, —, Mistress, 17
-, John, 268
-, Margaret, 268
-, Robert, 268
-, Thomas, 268
-, William, 4, 7, 8, 17, 259, 261, 268

Hall
-, John, 14, 19; wife's knell, 19; bequest, 83
-, Matthew, 240

Hally, wife of, 21

Halyday, John, 142

Ham, Essex, 261, 294

Hamande (Harmande)
-, John, 306
-, Thomas, 306
-, William, 306

Hamlyn (Hamelyn, Hamlen)
-, —, knell of, 95, 97
-, Alice, 274
-, Joan, 274
-, John, 263
-, Margaret, 274
-, Thomas, 32, 33, 34, 35, 37, 61; burial, 61, 62; wife, 33
-, Thomas, junior, 274, 277

Hamplyn, Margaret, 288

Hanbery, William, 252

Hancock (Hancok, Hangcok)
-, Agnes, 265
-, Richard, 265; wife of, 6
-, Thomas, 183

Hansumme, Maud, 17

Hapham, John, 232

Harbard, William, 112, 147

Harber
-, Edward, 291
-, Isabel, 291
-, Jane, 291
-, William, 291

Harding, —, brother of, 147; brother's knell, 148

Hardyng, Richard, 140

Hare, —, clerk to Master Bromley, 201

Harman, John, 306

Harmon, William, 315

Harpham (Harpam)
-, John, 24, 46, 277; wife's knell, 24, 26
-, Margaret, 277
-, Robert, 277

Harris, Michael, 4, 6

Harrison (Harreyson, Harryson, Heryson, Herreson)
-, —, bequest of, 96
-, —, Master, 111; burial, 164, 165, 167
-, —, Mistress, 155; knell, 157
-, Lucas, 316
-, John, 147, 151
-, Peter, 140

Harry
-, —, 318
-, Walter, 259

Harrys, Michael, 268

Harte (Hartt)
-, John, 214
-, Roland, 140

Harteley, Roger, 36

Hasley (Hasseley, Asylworth)
-, —, Mistress, burial, 136; knell, 138
-, Edward, 139, 140, 143, 145, 296
-, Joan, 296

Hatfield
-, Ellen, 283
-, Joan, 283
-, John, 256

Haumfrey, Gerard, 83

Hawkyn, William, 255, 256

Hawle, John, 306

Hayly, John, 259

Hays, Robert, 249

Haysley, see Hasley

Heartane, Adrian (brother of Henry Myles), 248

Hekyll, 114; wife of, 113

Hemynge (Hemmyngs, Heminge, Hemunge)
-, —, burial, 228; bequest of, 228
-, Agnes, 200; knell, 201
-, Dorothy, 251
-, Edward, 251
-, Emma, of Droitwich, 251
-, George, 251
-, Isabel, 251
-, John, 251

Henricus
-, Anne, 285
-, Jacobus, from Rotterdam, 285

Henry VIII, King of England, accession, 86; dirige and mass for, 162

Hepworth, Lincs., 325

Herald, Chester, 19, 21, 23; meeting at Westminster, 23

Herbard, William, 140

Herding, Richard, 293

Herlaken, —, Mistress, 317

Herne (Hearne), Richard, 249, 326

Hertford, Herts., 317

Hertfordshire, 262, 316, 317

Hetell, Thomas, 109, 112

Hethe
-, Edward, of Ware, Herts., 317
-, John, of Hoddesdon, Herts., 317
-, Richard, 317
-, Robert, of Rushgreen, 317
-, Thomas, 317
-, William, of Hertford, 317

Hewet, Alice, 260

Hill, Dionisia, 260

Hinton, Richard, 267

hobbyhorse, 10

Hobsonne's, in the Poultry, 302

Hockyns, Thomas, 129

Hoddesdon, Herts., 317

Hodgeskynnes, John, 315

Hodson, William, 155

Hogge
-, John, 240
-, Ralph, 293
-, Thomas, 293
-, William, 293

Holland, 285

Holland, John, 307

Hollman, John, bequest and for knell, 83

Hollway, Clemence, 235

Holmes
-, Agnes, 312
-, Christopher, 253
-, Joan, 312

Holwey, John, the younger, 275

Holy Cross, next the Tower, see London, clergy of, Friars, Crutched

Hone, John, 238

Honey (Hony)
-, Elizabeth, 259
-, Joan, 259, 260
-, Nicholas, 259; wife of, 4; sister of, 2, 4

Hope, William, 109, 112; wife of, 140

Hoppe, —, Mistress, 133

Horner (Hornar)
-, Joan, 320
-, John, 178, 189, 195, 205, 206, 207, 217, 224, 226, 227, 228, 229, 302, 308, 320; servant's burial, 219; Gryby's burial, 214
-, Nell, 320
-, Thomas, sergeant, 208, 209
-, William, 105, 109, 112

Hornyng, —, wife's grave, 210

Horspole, —, 149

Hosskyn, Arthur, knell, 155

Houghton cum Witton, Hunts., 302

Houser, Rowland, 128

Howe (Hoo)
-, Henry, 301
-, John, see London, parish of St Andrew Hubbard, music, Howe, Father

Howett, Richard, knell, 99

Howke, see Leake

Hugh, —, breaking grave, 89

Hughes, Geoffrey, 239

Hunt (Hunte)
-, —, goodwife, 161
-, —, Mother, embroideress, 33
-, Ellen, 300
-, William, 111, 143, 146, 150, 154, 158, 159, 300; burial, 161

Hunter, Rowland, arrest of, 132

Huntingdonshire, county of, 302

Huntley
-, Joan, 233
-, Joan, junior, 233
-, John, 233
-, Margery, 233
-, William, 233

Hunton (Unton), Thomas, 8, 9, 10, 11, 14

Hurtley, John, 13

Hutte, William, 329

Huxley, William, sergeant at arms, 292

Hyde, George, porter of the Steelyard, 329

Hylle, William, 209

Hynton, Kent, parish church of, 267

Hyppyngham, Alice, 297

I.

Inglisshe
-, Ellen, 241
-, Matthew, 241; wife's grave, 121
-, Richard, 121, 241

Ipswich, in Suffolk, 252

Ive, Richard, 260

J.

Jackson
-, John, treasurer of Christ's Hospital, 202, 231
-, Robert, 325
-, Thomas, treasurer of Christ's Hospital, 215, 218
-, William, 294

Jakelyn, John, 238

Jakeman, John, 238

James
-, Alison, 8
-, Christian, wife of, 311
-, Katherine, 255, 256
-, Salomon, 4, 8, 9

Jasper, —, Master, 165, 167; wife's knell, 156

Jauncy, see Chaunsey

Jeffreyson (Jeffrayson), Thomas, 140, 298

Jefurs, —, for a funeral, 83; wife's knell, 84

Jenks
-, —, 194
-, Alice, 294
-, Richard, 140, 156

Jenkyns (Jenkyn, Jynkyn)
-, —, Master, for timber, 185
-, Elizabeth, 239
-, Richard, for ringing, 130, 131, 132
-, William, 177, 183, 189, 195, 199, 200, 201, 204, 205, 208; wife's funeral, 182

Jenkynson, Elizabeth, 288

Jenyn, —, executors of, delivering bequest, 51

Jermayne, Frances, 252

John
-, —, glasier, 34
-, Cornelius, from Zealand, 285

Johns, see Jones

Johnson
-, —, Master, 210
-, Agnes, 324
-, Christoper, 324
-, Cornelius, 112, 140, 210, 313, 324, 330
-, John, 328
-, Thomas, 99

Johnson, William, 105

Joliff, Robert, 302

Jones (Johns)
-, John, 276
-, Richard, 1, 13, 24, 27, 36, 37, 38; wife's burial, 14; daughter's burial, 28

Jonson
-, John, of Wormley, Herts., 316
-, Nicholas, 316

Jourdayne, Henry, 316

Jowler, Tyse, 4

Joyse, William, 235

Jynkyn, see Jenkyns

K.

Kateryne, Margery, 272

Kechen, —, Master, 209; clerk of, 210

Kelly, Elizabeth, see Mawer, Elizabeth

Kempe, 131, helping in choir, 132; payment for writing a bill for alderman, 124

Kendal (Kendall, Kendawell)
-, Richard, 315
-, Roland, 166, 167, 307
-, Thomas, 241, 294

Kene
-, John, 23, 26, 30, 33
-, Margaret (Margery), 4, 6, 13, 15, 17, 19, 22, 24

Kent, county of, 267, 294

Kerby, —, the plumber, 7

Kerbye, Robert, 310

Keyschell, Harry, 329

King, see Kyng

Kingston, in Surrey, 325

Kirkeby, —, vinter, 34

Knat, John, 260

Knotte
-, Alice, 317
-, Margaret, 317
-, Thomas, 317

Kolens, see Collyns

Korner, Peter, 214

Kyell
-, Helen, 252
-, John, 252

Kylleby, —, 210

Kyng (King)
-, Henry, 194, 206, 214, 308
-, Joan, 270
-, John, 8
-, Richard, 16, 21, 270; burial, 22, 23

Kypper, Thomas, 283

L.

Ladde, —, widow, 214

Lambard, Richard, 91

Lambert, Macione, 260

Lancaster, Thomas, 250

Langford, Beds., 262

Langham, Norf., 302

Langour
-, Walter, 233
-, William, 233

Lanskar, —, Master, and wife, burials, 208, 210

Lark, John, 288

Laurens, —, 89

Lawles (Lawless, Lawly, Lavllos)
-, John, 105, 109, 119, 140, 144, 154, 158, 159, 161, 164, 165, 288, 294, 329
-, Simon, 193
-, Thomas, 104, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112; wife of, 137

Laythes
-, Charles, 323
-, Margaret, 323

Leake, alias Howke, Henry, 206; bequest of, 228

Lecaron
-, Denys, 305
-, Garratt, 305
-, John, 305
-, Martysy, in Flanders, 305
-, Mary, 305
-, Newell, 305

Leder
-, Elizabeth, 278
-, Peter, 278
-, Thomas, 51, 278

Ledoves, Master Pero, 305

Lee, Joan, 239

Lege, —, ironmonger, 10

Leveret, —, Master, 201

Levet, Agnes, 259

Lewis, John, 271

Lewyn, Harman, 99

Ley, William, 99

Lincoln, cathedral, 241

Lincolnshire, county of, 325

Lirpool
-, Margery, 315
-, Peter, 315

Lockton, John, 233

Lombard, —, 103

LONDON
-, Government of, Mayor's Court, 72; Baptist Savoy before, 163. Mayor's clerk, 16. Guildhall, 209; Court of Guildhall 209, 268; Court of London, 197, 201, 317; Court holding surety, 247; chamberlain of London, 177; quit-rent to chamber of, 182; to chamber, for shed, 184. Chamberlain, Master: 157, 163, 165, 177; Chamberlain and mayor's clerk enrolling Fairhead's testament, 16; rent for the shed, 192, 201. Constable, 30; constableship, 219.
-, Proclamations, 141, 172, 177
-, Companies and crafts, Bowyers, 272; butchers, in Eastchepe, 254; butchers' barrow house, 254; carters, warden of the, 110; cutlers, 292; minstrels, company of, 288; parish clerks, 302; pewterers, 246; stationers, 209; turners, 239; woodmongers, 283
-, Clergy of, Bishop of London, 54, 223; his court, 34; seal on door, 34; visitation, 168, 174, 205; Master Blackwell, bishop's registrar, 205. Archdeacon, 177, 223, receiving bill of information, 193; archdeacon on visitation, 205, 226. Commissary, Wylde, William, 272. Commissary, sitting in parish, 34; pike to feed same, 34; to have parishioner's May money, 34. Registrar, Master Ratlyffe (Ratclif, Ranleffe), 212, 223
-, Spiritual Court, examination in, 209. Prerogative Court of Canterbury, wills obtained from, 203, 216
-, Commissioners, 156, 182; book for, 163. Summoner, 165, 172, 177, 197, 201, 205, 210, 212, 223, 226, 229
-, Cardinal, at St Paul's, 177
-, Friars, 40, 54, 60, 62, 92, 137; Augustinian, 255, 276; House of Whitefriars (Carmelite), 273; Crutched (Crossed), 239, 255, 285; Fairley, Peter, Confessor, of the order of the Holy Cross, 285; Dominican, 255, prior and convent, 234, 235, chantry in and vestments to, 234; trental at Greyfriars, 276
-, London churches, Cathedral of St Paul's, 177, 181, 223, 256, 260; charges for burial at, 111; burial in churchyard, 156; visitation to, 162; contribution to rebuilding, 205; Queen, King and Cardinal to, 177
-, London, Parish churches, All Hallows' the Less, 234
-, St Andrew Hubbard:
-, Altars, high altar, 23, 26, 33, 34, 48, 56, 58, 67; paving the high altar, 181; table at high altar, 26; red cloth before high altar, 58; St John's, 29; St Katherine's, 29, 48, 259, 260, 263, 265; Our Lady's, 33, 34, 37, 48, 54; Trinity altar, 132; taking down the altar, 165; Constantyne, making, 37; mending, 48, 69, 70, 71; brickwork for altar, 177; pulling down the altar, 192. Altar cloths on High altar and Lady's altar, 48; painted cloths for high altar, 21; frontal for high altar, 56; freshening altar cloths in Lady chapel, 46; altar cloth with image of St Andrew, 50; hallowing altar cloths, 50; making new altar cloths, 46; darning altar cloths, 46; mending best altar cloth, 54; three altar cloths, 60; mending green altar cloths, 60; mending lenten altar cloth, 54; altar cloths, 12
-, Anniversaries, 240; perpetual, 242, 256; temporary, 262. Fairheads', 3, 5, 7, 9, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 21, 23, 27, 31, 33, 37, 41, 43, 45, 48, 52, 54, 56, 58, 60, 62, 65, 67, 69, 70, 72, 76, 80, 82, 85, 88, 90, 92, 98, 100, 101, 102, 104, 108, 110, 124, 125, 130, 131, 134, 137, 145, 148, 149, 152, 156, 162, 163; singing for 52; evidences, 16; schedule of costs, 94. Robarde's obit (Robert Salow?), 75. Salow's, 78, 80, 82, 84, 88, 90, 92, 98, 101, 102
-, Books, buying, 3, 10, 56, 177, 229; buying from Master Achelay, 220; selling, 4, 24, 32, 164, 191; repair, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 12, 14, 23, 52, 54, 56, 110, 131, 134, 156, 185, 229; glue for, 25; appraisal of, 26; inventories, 14, 23, 48; antiphoner, 10, 23, 56; collect book, 92; legendary, 56, 152, 177; Bible, 24; lock and key for Bible, 172; fastening for Bible and paraphrase, 193; half-Bible, 145; Old Testament, 24; exposition of Gospel and Epistles, 172; processionals, 23, 56, 118, 156, 188; Mass books, 23, 152, 177, 185; Mass of Visitation of Our Lady, 40; grail, 177; gradual, 110; psalters, 165, 192, 210, 181; decrees, 24; service of Jesus, 83; Floren Bartholme, 32; sermon matters, 32; service books, 165, 173, 192, 229; Book of Common Prayer, 172, 210; English matins book, 163; communion Books, 172; homilies, 165; paraphrases, 193, 209; Erasmus's Paraphrases, 163; book of articles, 177; interrogatories, 192; king's injunctions, 162; queen's injunctions, 192; bill of articles, 188; purchase of four papers of psalms to be sung before sermon, 192; for book of thanksgiving from summoner, 212
-, Building, battlements, 132, 239; belfry, 33, 48; belfry door, 172; belfry stairs, 108, 152, 192; bell tower, 262; bell frame, 107; chancel, 48; charnel house, 7, 62; choir, 54, 65, 131; choir door, 201; parclose between choir and chapel, 110; whiting choir and chapel, 209; wainscot in choir, 164; clerk's chamber, 45, 34, 95; clock house, 86; counting house, 16; inner church door, 172; grave sunken at church door, 156; font, 37; steps about font, 104; Lady chapel, 25, 29, 34, 37, 67; repairing laystall, 172; parsonage, 33, 34, 205, 210, 212, 229; hole in church wall for parson's door, 95; pavement, 29, 34, 37, 40, 50, 52, 62, 72, 131, 172, 181; paving graves, 118, 122, 124, 125, 138, 145, 156, 157; paving church wall, 152; pentice, 14, 18, 29, 157, 172; pent house over wires from steeple, 132; porch, 56, 136, 137; mending church porch leads, 192; lead for church roof, 148; scaffold within and outside church, 137; steeple, 6, 7, 45, 46, 52, 58, 63, 64, 65, 79, 83, 84, 104, 106; removal of doves' dug from steeple, 83; store house, 15, 67. Vestry, 14, 17, 18, 21, 37, 39, 45, 65, 82, 102, 108, 125, 127, 146, 162, 165, 248; upper vestry, 33. Windows, 48, 69, 82, 88, 116, 127, 136, 137, 146, 157, 201, 210; glass windows over church door, 114; plastering three old windows, 172; window in Our Lady chapel, 34. Whiting the church, 162. Churchdoor, shop at, 4, 6. Church shed, 179, 184
-, Chantries, perpetual, 234, 242; temporary, 233, 235, 238, 255, 256, 260, 262, 263, 268, 272, 276, 277
-, Clergy, parish, Named rectors of St Andrew: William Povey, 256, 298; Thomas Grene, 243, 244, 245, 291, 293, 330; William Comyn, 269; Swift, William, parson, 197, 226, 248, 249, 310, 314, 315; at Beverley, 220. Named parsons of St Andrew: Richard Bromley, 246; John Buffin, 253; John Chorley, 280; James Taylor, 327. Master Parson, 113, 166, 173, 176, 181, 193, 204, 205, 223; benevolence of Master Parson, 164; Master Parson gives from tithes to church building, 103; knell for, 68, 69; parson residual legatee, 248. Named chaplains: Richard Rogge, 271; John Sawter, 257; John Thirkeston, 259. Named parish priests: Sir Thomas, 104; John Baker, 275; John Voye, 82. Named curates of St Andrew: John Bust, 242, 290; Sir Edmund, 163; Henry Hunt, 237; John Jackson, 298, 300; Thomas Kent, 239, 286, 287, 288; Marten T., 197; Geoffrey Peper, 236; Thomas Ryley (Reyley), 197, 205; William Thorne, 205, 212, 226, 317, 318, 319, 320, 321, 323, 324, 326, Master Wartur, 205. Curates, 174, 201, 205. Named priests: William Barton, priest, 241; Thomas More, burial, 225, 226; William Pen, arrest of, 128; William Seston, 17. Hiring priests, 37, 56, 58, 60, 67, 76, 80; on dedication day, 54, 58, 60, 62; on relic Sunday, 58, 69; at other times, 92, 95, 98, 101, 102, 130, 131. Named conducts: John Burbig, 110; Cator the conduct, 108; Stephen Cherry, conduct, 72, 75, 76, 80, 82, 86; Cyprian the conduct, 90; Hugh the conduct, 118; James the conduct, 118; Smith the conduct, 118; Symond the conduct, 90; William the conduct, 90. Conducts: 75, 76, 88, 114, 118. Morrow mass priests, 12, 43, 80, 81, 146, 148, 149. Parish clerks; named: William Aldrich, 238; Richard Basse, 108; Robert Carter (Curtare), 195, 210, 229, 315, 317; Robert Colyns (Kolens), 82, 88, 90, 92; Richard Doush, 32; John Dyer, 78; John Foster, 78, 82, 137; Richard Foster, 80; Grysby, Richard, 137; William Poredge, 252; John Ryan, 238; William Ryland, 246; John Wade, 78; John Williamson, 108, 110. Part-names: Danyell the clerk, 25; Jasper the clerk, 164, 177; John the clerk, 14, 116; Rafe the clerk, 15; Ralph, 75; Smith the clerk, 118; Thomas the clerk, 75, 104; William the clerk, 100. Rolf, child of, substitute for clerk, 30. Saunder, substitute for clerk, 30. Clerk's board: 33, 34, 37, 56; and dinner to, 54. Clerks' wives: 16, 30, 33, 40, 78 etc.; wife of John Foster, laundress, 82, 137; wife of Robert Carter, for washing, 229, and washing surplices, 210; wife working on altar cloths, 134. Clerks' conditions: 26; obligations, 33; fined, 32; to provide bell ropes, 159; assessing clerk's wages, 137. Mending vestments, 26, 40, 127. Sexton, 162, 163
-, Equipment, Candlesticks, latten, 3; candlesticks in rood loft, 14; a candlestick to the resurrection, 18; two silver candlesticks for high altar, 34; collections for silver candlesticks, 34; black candlestick, 52; silver candlestick, 63; four candlesticks, 71; candlestick for organs, 71; candlestick that belongs to choir, 132; new foot for candlestick, 148; candlestick for paschal taper, 177; eight candlesticks, 177; six wooden candlesticks, and painting them, 185. Censers, 9, 26, 46, 56, 63, 67, 69, 72, 122, 125, 130, 132, 153, 177. Chalice and paten, and hallowing the same, 25; loss of paten, 25; mending a chalice, 26; chalices and patens, 189; exchange of chalices for communion cup, 192; communion cup, 189; paten for the communion cup, 220; making (holder for) sacrament, 177; box that sacrament hangs in, 29. Chrismatory, 5, 30, 54, 131, 149, 157; purchase of cross, pyx and chrismatory, 177; cloth for chrismatory, 58; chrisms, 167, 173; cruets, 9. Purchase of silver cross, 156; sale of silver cross, 164; new cross of copper and gilt, 23; a staff to the cross, 18; cross of iron, 21; a basket for the cross, 58. Painting old cross staff, 48. painted lenten cross, 50. New ship for incense, 157. Jewel basket, 9; weighing jewels, 26; jewels, 30; mending St Andrew's jewel, 48; mending a jewel containing a relic, 70; jewel house, 48. Monstrance, 15; pax, 3, 95; laver of latten, 117; new basins, 157; holy water bucket, 177; sconces, 9; sconces for choir, 70. Mats to kneel on at Communion, 210. Veil, 37, 185. Rood cloth, 69; staining the rood cloth, 131. Hearse cloth, 184; hire of hearse cloth, 191. Cushions, 69.
-, Church box, 37, 52; long chest in choir, 25; chests in vestry, 65, 82; chest for the church, 86; box at church door, 113; coffer for altar cloths, 50; chest to lay vestments in 46; chest for the torches, 95. Brotherhood box, 109; almsbox, 162; table over almsbox, 162; poor box, 192, 165, 246, 303, 304, 320; poor box key, 177; chest to lay writings in, 226. Desks, 37, 69, 70; desk at choir door, 172; desk for the Bible, 146. Lectern, 50; mending lectern, 67. Bench at church door, 46; form in choir, 25. Gilding and staining the canopy staves, 131; passion banners, 56, 122; bells for the banners, 46. Communion table, 177; new wainscot table for communion, 172. Commandments by communion table, 201. Setting up sepulchre, 181; painting the sepulchre, 182; sepulchre light, 177. Tabernacle, 36, 268; painting tabernacle, 37; tabernacle cloth of buckram, 34; tabernacle before St Andrew, resting on board, 34. Font cover, 177; font cloth, 52. Table for offering days, 95. Bowls for torches for Corpus Christi day, 125. Harness of silver, sale of, 8. Angel, 145. Marble items, 29. Dungboat, 37, 131, 172. Wheel barrow, 100. Weather vane, 7. Lamp for churchdoor, 85; foot paces in choir, 131. Purse, 15. Armour, 190
-, Fittings, making a clock, 12; payment for clock, 20; payment to clock maker, 48; fetching clock, 20; mending clock, 18, 21, 23, 25, 37, 40, 54, 62, 63, 70, 72, 80, 134; a smith mending clock, 77; gathering to mend clock, 121; Fanser clock-mender's fee, 121, 145, 146, 148, 149, 157, 162, 165, 172, 229; the great peise, 18; rope for peise to, 20; making peise, 20; horse hair for clock, 33; wire and hook for clock, 70; fine oil for clock, 69; repair of the house about the clock, 18. Font: making font, 18; mending font, 56, 88; hallowing font, 50, 56, 92; font staff, 50; cover for font, 9, 177; paving about font, 3, 37; step under font, 33, 104; water to font, 21, 23, 149, 52, 153, 165, 181; watching font, 56, 58, 72, 75; tapers for font, 7, 12, 26, 29, 30, 33, 37, 40, 43, 46, 48, 50, 52, 54, 56, 58, 65, 67, 71, 72, 90, 101, 11418, 56, 88, 149; lock to font, 118, 177, 186; font cloth, 52. Holy water stock, 82. Pulpit: making pulpit, 185, 220; mending 95, 172; painting pulpit, 33; painting iron of pulpit, 220; pulpit door, 67; pulpit at church door, 162; stage of the pulpit, 220; desk for pulpit, 172; iron bar for, 165; tyned stey for pulpit, 118. Making pews, 62, 79, 116, 124, 134, 162, 177, 185, 220; workmanship on the long pew, 30, 33; churching pew, 12; shriving pew, 72; pews in Our Lady chapel, 29, 37; five pews in chapel, 110; pew in choir, 88; pew in loft for maidens, 72; pews in rood loft, 92; making a little pew, 62; pew repair, 23, 25, 37, 43, 45, 65, 70, 72, 88, 116, 130, 145, 153, 156, 163, 172, 201; moving pew for, 62; trimming the pews, 165; turning the pews, 177; wainscotting a pew, 157; pews under belfry, 114; straw in pews, 25; pew doors, 50; mending pew door against parsonage, 54; breaking up pews, 62. Churchbench, 67, 92. Bench in choir, 70. Rood, 90, 182; a cloth before the rood, 40, 48, 67, 69, 131. Rood loft, 15, 48, 52, 62, 65, 67, 70, 72, 84, 107, 114, 162; repairs in the rood loft, 50; candlesticks in the rood loft, 14, 15, tapers for roodloft, 54, 56, 76; forms in the rood loft, 26; cloth for the rood loft, 2, 3, 33, 60; beam in the rood loft, 3; pews in rood loft, 92; assessment for rood loft, 179; James Nedham carpenter for rood loft, 110; defacing the rood loft, 192
-, Fraternities, fraternity of holy Trinity, 235, 287, 291, 292, 297; Trinity brotherhood, 162; wardens of the Trinity, 147, wardens of Trinity brotherhood, 135; churchwardens to pay wardens of Trinity, 160; fraternity of Holy Trinity, Our Lady and St Katherine, 278, 282, 283; fraternity of Holy Trinity and St Katherine, 288; fraternity of St Katherine, 256, 263, 286; fraternity of Blessed Mary and St Katherine, 279
-, Government, Assessors, 88; with auditors, 119. Auditors, 88, 175, 178, 183, 189, 203, 205, 213, 216, 224, 227, 230; auditors and assessors, 119. Choosing auditors, 159. Decisions to be taken at a vestry, 248. Losses at fall of money, 172. Indentures, 14, 15; between parish and king, 177. Injunctions, 197. King's money, paying the, 153, 162. Supplication, paid for writing a, 127
-, House, 'church house', separate accounts for, 27, 31, 35, 38, 41; repairs, 3, 5, 7, 10, 18, 20, 21, 23, 27, 46, 58, 63, 86, 102, 147, 156; receipts, 21, 22, 24, 28, 44, 53, 55, 57, 59, 61, 64, 66, 68, 70, 77, 83, 87, 89, 91, 95, 103; quit-rent from, 21, 23, 48, 50, 56, 69, 71, 78, 79, 90, 92, 102, 104, 146, 149, 156; payment to king, 76; indenture and obligations for, 45; counsel concerning church house, and writing before King's commissioners, 156; half making safe the church house, 111; gatherings in street, 70; cleaning, 80; work on cellar, 46; red ochre for, 14. Thomas Clerk, tenant of church house, 90, 91; Michael Everard, 45; Chester Herald (Manes), 22, 31; Thomas Hunton (Unton), 8, 9, 10, 11; John Okeley, 16, 17, 18, 19; William Perkynton, tenant, 78; Petre, tenant, 38, 41; Thomas Smith, tenant, 80, 82; Squyer tenant, 35, 38; allowance to Squyer for repairs, 35; Walker, tenant, 3, 5, 7, 8, 10
-, Images, Christ, resurrection, 34, 37; new foot for resurrection, 37, painted cloth before, 37; rood, Mary, John and St Andrew, 182; Holy Trinity, 262; irons over St Spirit and St Andrew, 102; St Andrew, 30, 182, 269; mending St Andrew's jewel, 48; branch before, 30; tabernacle before, 34; stock to set the image of St Andrew on, 185; irons over St Spirit and St Andrew, 102; St Anne in Our Lady's chapel, 34; St Christopher, 9; St George, 9; frame for St George, 52; mending hole where St George stood, 162; St James, 72, 79; branch before St James, 72, 80; St James and St John, 33; painting around, 33; St John and rood, 182; St Katherine, hook to hold, 37; St Mary and rood, 182; Our Lady set in her tabernacle, 67; Our Lady's branch, 65; Our Lady of Pity, 26; Our Lady made at London Wall, 33; image of Our Lady in St Katherine window, 67; hoop for riddel of our Lady, 67; ?St Nicholas, 45; setting up image in chapel, 37
-, Lights, Light of St Katherine, 268; of St Katherine at high altar, 262; light of Holy Trinity, 268
-, Music, Purchase and fitting of organs, 9; new pair of organs, 100; small organs, 67; gathering for organs, 66; towards purchase of organs, 99. Organ-maker, 96, 135, 145; organ maker's fee, 134, 137, 145, 146, 148, 149, 152, 165, 172. Father Howe, 148, 156, 157, 172, 187, 188, 192, 201, 210, 220, 226, 229; to Howe for removing organs, 192; Father Howe's undertaking to tune organs, 187. Organ-keeper, 220. Father Howe, late payment of dues, 164. Organ mending: 67, 75, 95, 102, 110, 118, 132, 152, 156, 157, 162, 188. Parts for organs: mending bellows of organs, 72; bellows for organs, 145; cord for organs from tallowchandler, 138; rope for the organs, 162; wheels for the organs, 131. candlestick for organs, 70. Organ sales: for our old organ pipes, 129. Named organ players: Wodehousson, organ player, 9; Thomas the childe, organist, 10; Harry Nevyllman, organ player, 16; Danyell, organist [also called clerk], 25, 26; John Clerk the organ player; performing noble, 26. John Smith organ player, 82; to John Smith, organ player for lent quarter, 82; to Mede for playing, 98; Nicholas the organ player, 110; James, organ player, Master Maryn's servant, 116; William the organ player, 118; James Short the organ player, 122; and reward, 82. Unnnamed organ players: 9, 12, 18, 21, 60, 62, 100, 104, 110, 114, 118; organ player who would be clerk, 76; new organ player, 116; for organ player for 1 day, 63; organ player on church holy day, 127; organ player on holy days, 102; hire of organist at Christmas, 14, 18, 25, 37, 62, 107; to a young man that kept the organs at Christmas, 14; organ player at Candlemas, 30, 100; organist performing up the nobil at Candlemas, 26; organist between Easter and Midsummer, 37; paid at Easter to organ player, 60; organist on translation of St Andrew, 15; organist on St Andrews eve and day, 30; organ player at Whitsuntide, 63; organist on Ascension day, 30; organ player on Corpus Christi day, 30, 60; organ player at All Hallowtide, 100; organist and singers on dedication day, 30; organist at Lady day Nativity, 25; organist at Nativity of Our Lady, 40. Top-up money to organist, 29, 30
-, Singers: Conducts: John Burbig, conduct, 110; Cator the conduct, 108; Stephen Cherry, 72, 75, 76, 80, 82, 86; Cyprian the conduct, 90; Hugh the conduct, 118, James the conduct, 118; Smith the conduct, 118; Symond the conduct, 90; William, one of the conducts, 90; conducts, 104, 116, 125, 130, 145, 146, 165, 172; conduct singing at holy days, 124. Named singers: Sir Harry, 7, 10; Sir John Patye, 9; John Clarke, 182; Porter [?porter] that sings in the choir, 127, 130. Kempe and Cranehouse in the choir, 132. Unnamed singers: provisions for singers at Christmas, 67, 72; singers on Christmas day, 69; wine for singers on Christmas day, 56; refreshments for choir helpers at Christmas, 132; church singers on Palm Sunday, 82; provisions for singers on Palm Sunday, 72; singing men at Easter, 165; singing in Easter week, 9; for regals and singing men on St Andrew's day, 185; singing men of Queen's chapel on St Andrew's day, 192; singers and organist on St Andrew's day, 29; singers on St Andrew's eve and day, 30; singing men on St Andrew's day, 130, 188; singing on St Andrew's day, 7, 14; help in choir on St Andrew's day, 132; singer on 9 May, 108, 110; singers at Corpus Christi, 56, 58, 75; torchbearers singing at Corpus Christi, 56; singers on dedication day, 30; singers given bread and wine on dedication day, 34; provisions to singers on dedication day, 78; drink for singers on dedication day, 100; Singers, 122, 165; two singers, 60; singing man, 122; priest singing in church at divers times, 78; a man to sing in choir, 60; singers on holy days, 23; ale and wine to singers, 45; wine for choir, 165; malmsey for choir, 172; wine for singers on church holy day, 65; bread and ale to singers, 26; food and drink for singers in choir, 37. Singing bread, 75, 76, 82. Children that sang, 70
-, Music: Mass of Visitation of Our Lady, 40; (the) Noble [Nobil], 26
-, Practice, Agreement on interment at St Paul's, 111; decision on burial fees, 93, 159, 229; decision on sexton's pay, 160; sermons, 168, 174, 197, 205, 223, 226; sermons, in return for bequest, 252; reckoning day, bread and ale at, 58; account dinner, 165, 172, 177, 181, 185, 192, 199, 201, 209, 220, 226, 229; money to masters of parish for dinner, 251; farming the parsonage, agreement [1558–9], 197; 79, 163, 167, 173, 196, 204, 211, 212, 222; parson's duty, 81, 163, 174, 17, 225; churchwardens as residual legatees, 248; churchwardens as administrators of bequest to poor, 318. Benevolences to parish, 164; donation to, 249; donation of vestment, 84, 259. Chamberers, Easter payments, 79, 81, 83, 87. Gatherings: gathered at Translation of St Andrew (May money), 4, 17, 22; gathered on church holy day, 55, 57, 64, 66; gathered in street on holy day, 53, 74, 79, 83; gathered in the street, 81; gathered on dedication day, 59, 61; gathered at Palm Sunday, 2; gathered from frenchman and strangers at Easter, 49; gathered on 7 July, 103; gathered on 20 November, 103; gathered from parishioners, 109; gathered for clerk's wages (itemised), 77; gathered for work on steeple, 6; gathered for a surplice, 13; gathered for black cope, 52; gathered for organs, 66; towards cost of new cross on steeple, 78; alms money among frenchmen, 57; alms in the street, 47. Coat and petticoat for poor boy, 156. Church ales, received of ales for the clerk's wages, 97; drinking, for churchwarden, 201; for Master Benbow, 201; for Master Bromley, 201. Quarter book, 128. Bills, writing our, 37; week bill, 103; bill of our tithes, 125. Hock Monday, 105, 123; Morrow Mass, 80; five wounds, devotion of the, 291; relic Sunday, 58, 69; relics, 70; St Andrews finger, 63; burying the charnel bones, 210; church holy days, 52, 56, 70, 72, 74, 79, 104, 110; dedication day, kept 3 October, 110; dedication day, 14, 30, 34, 40, 43, 54, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 67, 69, 76, 100, 104, 108; for priest to be deacon on dedication day, 54; St Andrews, shooting feast, 254; distribution of torches, 235, 265, 276. Ladder to porch on Palm Sunday, 56; St Andrew's day celebrations, 33; wine to clerks on St Andrew's day, 37; festivity on feast day, 30; gathering by parish wives on holy day, 89; St Andrew's day, 125; candles for St Andrew's eve, 177; St Francis' eve, 122; fire on Candlemas day, 60; candles for tenebrae night, 50; hire of angel on Palm Sunday, 118; hire of clothes at Tower on Palm S, 118; provisions of May Day, 70; seeing jewels on high days, 30; bearing a torch with the housel, 30; holy loaf, 167; shriving pew, 72; pew in loft for maidens, 72; children on procession, 156; child that played messenger, 137; dancing with hobby horse, 10; received in the church of the players, 144. Provisions when church should be robbed, 45; thieves, 46; enquiries at Westminster after theives, 46. Blotting out Scripture, 177. Hallowing font, 50, 56, 58; hallowing a chalice, 58
-, Sales, old lead, 19; old iron and pewter, 39; latten, 171; old brass and latten, 39; pipes, 22; old timber and boards, 164; old timber from steeple, 83; church linen, 177; old torches, 164; old canopy, 59; altar stone, 171; chalices to Tyse, 24; books to Pye, 24; old books, 164; old glass in vestry, 39; sale of, 100
-, Yard, churchyard: mending, 40; digging in, 180; carrying earth from, 172, 181; carrying earth into, 210; paid for levelling, 145; gravel for, 56, 58, 62, 69, 70; sand for, 67; repair of wall, 43; sale of stones in churchyard, 42; sale of ragstone in churchyard, 39; moving a stone into, 85; cleaning, 16, 34, 43, 45, 163; cleaning for Palm Sunday, 33; rubbish from church wall, 52; repair of wall, 43; mending locks in, 48; little door in 43; new door in, 45; lock for churchyard door, 67, 72; grill in churchyard, 163; plank of oak for corner of, 50; timber for churchyard corner, 69; box trees, 50; tree in, 7, 61; cutting vine in, 21; cutting tree in, 21; lopping tree, 34; felling and hewing tree in, 50, 62; received for tree, 66; lopping tree for caterpillars, 40; crop from tree in, 49; received for tree, 64; cross in, 52
-, Vestments, copes, 3, 4, 5, 10, 26, 29, 33, 37, 46, 71, 88, 92, 122, 124, 137, 152, 162, 233, 235; Nicholas's cope, 45; making black cope, 52; red velvet cope with green buckram lining and latten spangles, 71; making 2 choir copes, 71; cope of red sarsnet, 71; bequest of white or blue silk cope, 84; recovering of cope, 177; making child's cope, 48; drying the copes, 33. Making blue stole, 67; another stole, 67. Mending the black vestment, 46. Chasuble, 277. New mitre, 48. Corporas case, 29, 181; corporas cloths, 7, 50, 78, 131. Tucking girdles for priests, 14. Payments for a surplice, 34; new surplice for Master Parson, 118; surplice, 9, 14, 25, 29, 30, 33, 34, 37, 43, 45, 56, 58, 67, 70, 76, 77, 90, 92, 137, 152, 182; surplice collars, 18, 20, 76, 86, 88, 90, 92. Rochets, 7, 14, 29, 34, 37, 43, 45, 52, 58, 71, 77. Amices, 3, 46, 50, 75. Albs, 18, 23, 33, 46, 67, 71; albs and amice for children, 50; purchase of vestment and alb, 177; paid at London Bridge for oferans, 70; setting on of orphreys, 46. Sale of vestment by Henry Bateman, 177; the vestment maker, 72; repairs by Goodwife Whyt, 201; for repair of suit of vestments, 92; a chest to lay vestments in, 46; writing a bill of, 127; embroiderer for appraising vestry stuff, 165. Vestment repair, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 23, 26, 90, 104, 122, 132, 137, 138. Hire of vestments, 32
-, London, Parish churches (cont), St Botolph Aldgate, 259; St Botolph without Bishopsgate, 235; St Bride's Fleet Street, fraternity of Our Lady, 278; St Clement's without Temple Bar, 282; St Dunstan in the East, 177, 250, 252, 282; St George Botolph Lane, 276, 283, 317; White, goodman, clerk of St George's, 317; St Katherine Coleman, 315; St Leonard Eastchepe, 263, chantry reversion to, 256, and fraternity of St Mary in 256; St Leonard Shoreditch, 235; St Magnus, 163, 168, 197, 205, 212, 223, 271, and fraternity of St Mary in, 271; St Margaret Bridgestreet, 256; St Margaret Pattens, 236, 238, 259, 323; Thomas Dawes, curate of St Margaret Pattens, 323; St Mary at hill, 237; St Mary le Bow (Bow Church), 102; St Mary Matfelon without Aldgate, 259; St Mary Woolnoth, 250; St Peter Cornhill, 216, 302.
-, Scala Coeli, Masses at, 283
-, London hospitals, St Bartholomew's, 255, 256; St Bartholomew's, tenements in St Leonard Eastcheap, 263; Christ's Hospital, 202, 215, 218, 231, 249, 252; hospital of Christ Church, 312; (St Mary) Bethlehem without Bishopsgate, 259; St Mary Rouncival, 259; Saint Mary Spital, 3, 5, 7, 8, 12, 14, 15, 27, 31, 35, 40, 50, 52, 54, 56, 58, 60, 62, 65, 67, 68, 82, 86; receiver, 138
-, London monasteries, St Augustine Pappey, 259; Charterhouse, 259
-, London prisons, Counters, the two, 307; counter in Poultry, 250; King's Bench, 307; Ludgate, 307; Marshalsea, 259, 307; Newgate, 307; the four prison houses, 313. Ludgate, Newgate, Fleet, King's Bench, 259
-, London and suburbs, streets and areas, Barking, high altar of parish church in, 293; Barking, bequest to poor in, 293; Botolph Lane, 250, 326; Candlewick street, 250; Champins alley, 89, 91; Dowgate, 110; East Smithfield, a garden in, 324; Lombard Street, 250; London Bridge, 70, 311; Mile End, 312; Philpot Lane, 237, 308; Poultry, counter in, 250; Pratts alley, 91; Pudding Lane, 237; Romelane, 149; St Swithin's Lane, 250; Southwark, 240, 295; Southwark, parish church of St Barbara, 295; Southwark, parish church of St Olave's, 228; Southwark, Bishop of Winchester's prison, 259; Thames Street, 234, 250; Westminster, 23, 46, 187, 209, 210, 315; parish of St Margaret's Westminster, 187; Whitechapel (Blanchechapel), 14, 137

Longe, Robert, 240

Louth, church of, 241

Love, John, 312

Lovsskyn, Arthur, grave, 156; knell, 157

Lucas, Robert, 246

Luter, Richard, wife of, 18

Lydstare, Thomas, 249

Lyndewyck, Richard, 259, 260

Lynnett, John, 132

Lynsey (Lynzey)
-, —, 156
-, Robert, 160

Lyons, John, 195, 199, 200, 204, 205, 207, 208, 210, 218

Lysby, John, 328

Lysol, —, the sergeant, 209

Lyster, Thomas, 194, 198, 206, 208, 214

Lytton, —, Mistress, 234

M.

Mache, William, 99; wife's burial, 117, 118

Maire, John, 33

Manaryng, —, Master, knell, 79, 80

Mance, John, 22, 27

Mandytt, Umfray, mother's knell, 64

Manes, —, burial, 28, 29; pew, 25, 29; widow's bequest, 28, 30, 31; son of, 30

Manewe, John, 1

Manson, Oliver, wife of, 105, 109

Mansworth, John, 326

Manwood, —, Master, for counsel, 188

Marble, Richard, 236

marbler, 29

Marchant, see Merchant

Marche, Hugh, 79

Mareburn, Joan, 241

marmalade, 209

Marrow, Thomas, 308

Marschburgh, Thomas, 272

Marshall
-, Agnes, 252
-, William, 252

Martin (Martyn)
-, John, 8, 267
-, Richard, 252
-, William, 259

Marwood, —, Master, of the Exchequer, 209

Mary I, Queen of England, at St Paul's, 177

Maryan, —, Mistress, 144; knell, 145

Maryn (Maryon), Master, see Garet, Maryon

Maryner, William, 234

Mason (Masonne)
-, Alice, 255, 256
-, Robert, 231

Massam, —, waxchandler, 33

Mathew (Mathewe, Matthew)
-, —, burial, 133, 134
-, —, Father, bequest of, 64
-, Angel, 219, 225, 228, 328; daughter's burial, 228
-, Anne, 290
-, Geoffrey (Jeffreye), 248, 315
-, Joan, 276
-, John, 184, 290, 313, 316
-, Katherine, 316, 328
-, Thomas, 290; Thomas, junior, 290

Matres, Edmund, 132

Maude,
-, Joan, 272
-, John, 272
-, John, junior, 272
-, Katherine alias Constantyne, 272
-, Thomas, 272
-, William, 272

Mawde, —, Mistress, son's burial, 42

Mawdytt (Mawdytte)
-, —, mother's knell, 65
-, Humfrey, 72, 73, 79

Mawer (Mawor, Mowyer, Moyyer)
-, Elizabeth, 242; as Mawer's wife, 209; will of, 209
-, Nicholas, 242
-, Richard, 85
-, Thomas, 113, 209, 236, 238, 242; burial, 133, 134; copy of will, 181; writing will and deed of, 188

Maweyt, Humfray, see Mawdytte

May, John, 239

Mayer (Meyer)
-, —, candlemaker, 30
-, —, child of, 10
-, John, 26; wife of, 73

Maynard, Nicholas, 34, 271; fails to supply clerk with food, 34

Mayor, see London, Government

Mayre, John, 37, 44, 47, 49, 51, 53, 55

Medcauffe, —, Master, 209, 210

Mede, —, 101

Medylton, John, knell, 157

Meede, John, 128

Merchant, Ellis, 179, 191, 195, 196, 197, 200, 207, 213, 217; new pew, 185, 192; wife's burial, 179; burial, 208

Mersch, Hugh, burial, 89

Mertin, month mind of, 32

Merys, John, 276

Metcaffe, Roger, 242

Mettell, John, knell, 124

Michat, Elys, 177

Miche, Hugh, 77

Middleton (Middletoune, Modilton)
-, —, Master, of the arches, 95, 101
-, Joan, 308
-, John, 155, 299
-, Magdalene, 299

Mitchell, William, 310, 323

Modilton, see Middleton

Mon, see Mur

Mone
-, Agnes, 235
-, Christine, 235
-, John, 234, 235
-, William, 235

Montgomery, James, bequest, 79

Mony, —, Master, 56; child of, 64, 70; burial of child, 64, 70

More (Moore)
-, —, Master, in Botolph Lane, 326
-, Alice, 326
-, John, for a burial, 228; 315; of Epping, 246
-, Thomas, 1, 14, 18

Morgan
-, —, workman, 146
-, Robert, 307

Morys (Moreys)
-, Joan, 232
-, Gerard (Gerald), 19, 232; burial, 19, 20; wife of, 19
-, Richard, 232

Mot, plumber, 34, 35

Motte, John, 14, 18

Mouners, John, 207

Mowyer, Moyyer, see Mawer

Much Horsey, in Essex, 247

Mudley, —, 34, 37, 46, 37; man of, 37

Mundus, —, tallowchandler, 18, 21

Mundy, —, 17

Mur, John, 217, 221, 224, 230

Murton, Thomas, 319

Mychyll, John, 123

Myles (Mylles)
-, Beatrice, 248
-, Elizabeth, 216, 217, 221, 24
-, Henry, 248
-, Joan, 248
-, Michael, 175, 176, 178, 248; copy of will, 203; purchase by parish of annuities from widow, 210, 216, 217, 221; writings concerning, 224
-, Richard, 238

Mylmes, —, Master, clerk of, 209

N.

Neale, Julyan, 311

Nedham, James, 107, 108, 110

Nettells, Joan, 246

New, John, 140

Newarke, William, 235

Newcome, —, basketmaker, 140

Newman, Gabriel, 250, 252

Neyll, Bartholomew, 189

Neyson, William, 140

Nicholl, Joan, 263

Nicolson, Henry, 315

Noke
-, Margaret, 250, 252
-, Richard, 250
-, Thomas, 252
-, William, 250, 252
-, William, junior, 252

Nonde, Robert, 15

Nonire, Edward, 253

Norfocke, John, 320

Norfolk, county of, 245, 277, 302

Northamptonshire, county of, 261

Nowell, —, Master, of Grey's Inn, 209

Nyxon
-, —, Master, 151; burial, 153
-, —, Mistress, 151; burial, 153
-, John, 297
-, Thomas, 297

O.

Okerford, Nicholas, 18, 19, 21, 22, 269, 270; wife's burial, 19, 21

Okley, John, 15, 17, 19; house and repairs, 16, 18

Oldham, Harry, 61; wife of, 66

Olyfer (Olyffer, Olyver)
-, —, Mistress, 133, knell and grave for, 135
-, Andrew, 39, 41, 42
-, Matthew, 140
-, Robert, 319
-, William, 319

Ornry, —, 210

Osborne
-, —, wife of, 104
-, William, 315

Osery, Ralph, 234

Ovarte, Simon, 305

Owen, Matthew, 318

P.

Paget, Nicholas, 304

Pallarde, John, 318

Palmer
-, —, wife's burial, 39
-, Andrew, 252

Paper, Thomas, of Hull, 109

Paris, William, 37

Parkens, see Parkyns

Parkinson, Charles, wife of, 315

Parkyns (Parkens)
-, —, Master, 207
-, —, Mistress, benevolence of, 164
-, Amos, widow of, 217
-, Henry, 111
-, John, 111, 112, 119, 123, 125, 128, 139, 143, 147, 151, 158, 159, 245; wife mending vestments, 104; pit and no knell, 164; grave, 165

Parratt, Bartholomew, 247

Partriche, tenant of church house, 43

Patrik, —, wife of, 89

Patterdale, in Cumberland, 250

Payne, Robert, 311

Pealle (Peele), —, Master, 218, 231

Peckyn, William, 277

Pecock (Pecok, Pekoc)
-, Stephen, 250, 252
-, Thomas, 73, 79, 81, 85, 87, 96, 97, 100, 236

Pect, —, Master, 13

Pede, Alice, 4

Peersey, see Percy

Peet, Robert, burial, 15

Peke, Joan, 308

Pekeman, Henry, 260

Pekton, —, 155

Pennyngton, Eleanor, 252

Penyfeather, —, Mistress, 113

Pepper, Christopher, 250

Percy, —, Master, collector of subsidy, 197, 205, 212

Percyson, William, 111

Perkyn (Perkyns)
-, —, Mistress, 113
-, William, 88, 96, 97, 111, 112, 114

Perkynton, William, tenant of church house, 78

Perry (Perrey)
-, Alice, 243
-, Thomas, 140, 243

Pers, —, burial of, 39

Person, —, wife of, 34

Pery, Thomas, 151

Peterborow, Thomas, 110

Peterson, Jasper, 316

Petre, —, Master, tenant of church house, 38, 41

Petwell, Jane, 288

Peysser, Thomas, burying a child, 83

Phelip, Margery, 276

Phewater, —, Lord, 87

Phillippes, David, 327

Phipps, Symond, 28, 31; wife's burial, 42, 43; burial of father's child, 42

pikes (armoury), 190

Pile, Agnes, 260

Plate, Roger, burial, 184, 188, 192

Platt, —, Master, arrest of, 192

Plawden, —, Mistress, 57, husband's knell, 42, 43

Plommer, —, Master, 117, 121, 129, 133, 135; mending grave, 141; knell, 144, 146

Plumstead, Kent, 233

Polles, Cornelius, 99

Pooke, Thomas, 72

Poringland, Norf., 245

Porter, John, 111

Pressure, Thomas le, 99

Prest, John, 238

Pricklove, Nicholas, 328

Prood
-, Thomas, 88
-, William, 88

Provestes, —, Master, 313

Purser, Isabel the, 4

Pycott, Paul, 189

Pye, —, a stationer, 24

Pynchester, Roger, 238

Pyrwych, John, 70

Q.

Quylter, —, my Lady, 118

R.

Raff, Henry, 303

Rainham, Essex, 311; parish church of St John, 311

Raker, Geoffrey the, 18

Ramsey, Richard, 267

rats' bait (ratsbane), 5, 86

Rawban, Robert, 112

Rawse, —, Mother, knell, 95, 96

Reade
-, Stephen, 289
-, William, of St Katherine Coleman, 315

Redeknap, John, 275

Redman, William, 254

Redmar
-, Adam, 254
-, James, the elder, 254
-, William, 254

Rev, Stephen, 140

Reyffe, —, wife of, 209

Reygate, —, wife of, 18

Reynes, —, Doctor, 104

Reynold
-, —, wife of, 1
-, John, 261; his brother John, 261
-, Joan, 261, 262

Reynwell, Christine, alias Chacombe, 257

Richard
-, —, constable, 219
-, —, pit of, 18
-, Richard, 113

Richards
-, —, goodwife, 210
-, George, 171, 175, 176, 178, 183, 249; burial, 191, 192
-, John, 251

Richardson, John, 315

Richmond, John, 14; wife of, 14

Ridby, Simon, 264

Ride, Margaret, 12

Ringsbed, Christopher, 252

robbery, 45 (see also thieves)

Roberts, Edward, 315

Robinson (Robynson), John, 250, 284

Rogers (Roger)
-, —, Master, knell, 62; stone, 146
-, —, Mistress, knell, 125
-, Agnes, 294
-, Hames, bequeathes cope to parish, 84
-, Joan, 234, 235, 294
-, John, 194, 294
-, Thomas, 234, 294; knell, 46; wife's knell, 44
-, Thomas, junior, 294
-, William, 88, 99, 102, 107, 109, 112, 119, 126, 135, 136, 139, 140, 143, 144, 236, 286, 288, 292, 294; wife's burial, 126; wife of, 148

Rogerson
-, Humphrey, skinner in Southwark, 240
-, Robert, 109

Rolf (Rolfe)
-, —, burying a carpenter, 28; burial of wife, 36; child of, substitute for clerk, 30; burial and knell, 51
-, —, the clerk, wife of, laundress, 78
-, —, the smith, 17, 21, 23, 25
-, Richard, 18, 30, 33, 35, 36, 38

rolls, searching the, 201

Roo, Morgan, 140

Rookyn
-, Agnes, 250
-, Joan, 250, 252
-, Robert, 250
-, William, 250

Roper, —, Master, testament of, 83

Rotterdam, in Holland, 285

Round House, tenement in parish of St Andrew Hubbard, 250, 252

Rowet, Henry, 240

Rowken, Joan, see Rookyn

Rowse, Jasper, 189; for writing account, 172

Rowse, M —, 140

Rudd, Richard, 251

Rushgreen, 317

Rychemond, —, 17

Rygbull, William, 297

Ryse, —, burial, 24; knell, 26; wife of, 26

S.

Saint Tolos, Norf., 277

Sanitene, Gillian, pit for, 228

Sans, John, 328

Sansarr, Richard, 140

Saunder, —, substitute for clerk, 30

Savenyng
-, Baptieste, 298
-, Francis, 298
-, Jasper, 298

Savonell, Jasper, 109

Savoy
-, Baptist, 166; action against, 163
-, Jasper, 155; knell, 157; wife, 113

Sawbone, Robert, 128

Sawndre, John, bell ringing, 26

Sawnssycc, Richard, 138

Sawyer, John, 230

Saye, Henry, 242

Schornold, John, 72, 73

Schort, 100

Schosse, Richard, 140

Schurlye, Richard, 242

Secondary, —, Master, 209

Segur, William, 175

Seland, Thomas, 249

Semer (Somers), Richard, 70, 72, 73, 79, 83; knell, 86; wife's knell, 65

Semper, Richard, 170

Senne, Richard, 111

Serle, —, goodman, 103

Sewell, John, 262

Sewster, see Shrewster

Sharnoll, John, 83

Sheffeld, John, 278, 282

Sheppard, Margaret, 254

Sherde, Richard, 259

Sherman, Thomas, 104, 107

Sherpyn, John, 303

Shill, John, 241

Short
-, Elizabeth, 286
-, Robert, knell, 99; 286

Shraves, —, Master, 326

Shrewster, Jerome, 219; knell, 220

Silver, Harry, 13, 14

Skynnar, —, the beadle, 315

Smith, —, Master, burial, 151

Smith, Barnard the, 7, 12

Smith, John, wife of, 140

Smithson, see Smythson

Smith
-, Symond, 26, 29
-, Thomas, 270
-, William, 270

Smyth
-, —, Master, paving grave, 152
-, John, 112, 115, 117, 119, 123, 124, 137, 139, 140, 143, 167, 242; wife's knell, 124
-, Robert, 99
-, Thomas, 12, 86, 135, 136, 139
-, William, burial, 117; wife's burial, 117

Smytherson, William, collector for Christ's Hospital, 202

Smythson
-, —, Master, 225, 226
-, —, joiner, 209
-, Agnes, 318
-, John, 208, 322, 323; knell, 210
-, Margaret, 322, 323
-, Mary, 322, 323
-, William, 195, 318, 319, 322, 323, 325, 328; burial, 208, 210
-, William, tailor, 214, 219

Somers, see Semer

Sorbott, see Surbut

Southelle, John, 312

Southwark, see London and suburbs

Spaniard, burial, 53; covering his grave, 54

splints (armoury), 190

Squirell, Henry, burial, 79, 80; breakfast for executors, 80

Squirer (Sqyuer)
-, Robert, burial, 32, 34
-, Thomas, debts of, 40, 41; repayments, 44, 47

Stacy, James, 328

Stalkere
-, George, 314
-, Joan, 314
-, Thomas, 314

Stapleton, Thomas, 317

Staynes, Richard, 315

Stessonson, Thomas, 140

Stevenson (Stevinson, Styphyson)
-, Alice, 310, 311
-, Margaret, 271
-, Philip, 271
-, Thomas, 111, 155, 310, 311
-, Thomas, junior, 310

Stevyns, William, 327

Steynor, Simon, 261

Stidall, Thomas, mother-in-law's funeral, 80

Stonehouse, wife of, 4, 6, 7; knell for, 52

Stovve, Robert, 235

Stowe, John, 259, 260, 263

strange woman, burial, 136

stranger, knell for, 172

Strong, Thomas, 288

Sulley, Laurence, 288

Sumpter, Robert, 232

Surbut (Surbot, Suirbut)
-, goodwife, knell and grave, 145
-, Thomas, 99, 103, 105, 109, 112, 113, 115, 132, 135, 136, 139, 140, 143, 144, 150

Surrey, county of, 325

Surwell, Holy Rood of, 241

Swayn, Juliana, 255

swords (armoury), 190

Symond, Lawrence, 105

T.

Tailor
-, Christopher, 239; wife of, 104
-, Margaret, 239

Talbot, William, vicar at Rainham, Essex, 311

Tanskar, Harry, bequest to parish poor, 208

Tapycer (Tapicer, Tapicere, Tapeser)
-, Anne, 273
-, Elizabeth, 260
-, Joan, 282; wife of Thomas, 273; wife of Simon junior, 273
-, Margaret, 273
-, Nicholas, 37, 273, 275
-, Simkin, burial and knell, 64, 65; treading grave, 65
-, Simon, 4, 5, 7, 8, 19; burial, 24; wife's knell, 25
-, Simon, junior, 260, 263, 268, 273, 277
-, Thomas, 273

Tasker
-, —, 219
-, Edward, 318
-, Henry, 318; bequest of, 214
-, Joan, 318
-, Richard, 318
-, Rose, 318
-, William, 318

Taylor (Tayler)
-, Christopher, 128, 288
-, Joan, 271
-, John, 271

Teder, Richard, 140

Tellman, Gowfor, 140

Testor, William, 140

Tewkesbury, John, 257

Thomas
-, —, Sir, 103
-, —, stationer, 40

Thorne, —, Master, 223

Thornton, Joan, 282

Thresher, Thomas, 326

Tiler, see Tyler

Todhunter, Christopher, 323

Tomson
-, —, wife's burial, 117; her knell, 118
-, —, Mistress, pew of, 201

Tornour
-, Carter, 259
-, Nicholas, 259

Townsen, James, 311

Triplowe, Robert, 311, wife of, 311

Tryp, —, wife of, 70

Turfoot
-, Elizabeth, 279
-, John, 279

Turner (Turnour)
-, Simon (Symond), 18, 24, 26, 262
-, Walter, of Barnet, Herts., 262

Turpyne, John, 149

Tursope, John, 37

Tursott, —, knell for, 53, 54

Tygo, —, Mistress, 329

Tyler
-, Christopher, 85
-, Simond, 57, 59, 61, 72, 73, 74, 77, 79, 81, 85; burial, 110
-, Thomas, 109

Tyll, Robert, 267

Tynnes, see Arnolde, Agnes

Tynnes
-, Arnolde, 313
-, Lawrence, 313
-, Richard, 313

Tyse, —, 24, 25

Tytleye, Agnes, 315

U.

Umfrey, —, Mistress, 105

Underwood (Underwode)
-, Agnes, 12
-, Thomas, 11, 14; wife of, 18

Unton, see Hunton

Urtley, William, 112

V.

Vale, Matthew, servant, 313

Violet (Vyolett)
-, —, tallowchandler, 30
-, —, Mistress, 118
-, John, knell, 118

Vyllars, —, Master, 209

W.

Waddell, John, 214

Waddy (Wady)
-, Joan, 239
-, Thomas, 112, 140, 154, 239, 288

Waferer, —, 30; torches at burial, 28; wife's knell, 19, 20

Walkelyn, Alice, 260

Walker
-, John, 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 267
-, Richard, 112

Walleye, William, 316

Walshale, Peter, gentleman, 280

Wanton, —, 89

Ward, John, 216, 219, 225, 228

Warde, Robert, 288

Ware, Herts., 317

Warwickshire, county of, 272

Wate, —, wife of, 228

Waterhouse, —, Master, 194, 198

Watson, Bartholomew, 117, 119, 242

Wattys, Thomas, 13, 14, 16, 17, 18

Waveryn, Elizabeth, 264

Waydye, Thomas, 111

Weaver, Thomas, 227, 230, 325

Weddell, John, 219, 220, 311, 319; wife of, 318

Wedderall, Henry, 214

Welkens, see Wylkyns

Wells
-, John, 256, 265
-, Henry, 190, 216, 218, 219, 225, 228, 230

Wenden, John, 238

Wentford (Wenforde)
-, —, Master, 161, 165, 171, 225, 226; burial, 172
-, Elizabeth, 247
-, John, 247, 302
-, Thomas, 247

West, Ellen, 321

Westbery
-, David, 276; burial, 44; wife's burial, 42
-, Margaret, 276

Westelwode (Wystwode)
-, John, 275
-, Katherine, 275
-, Robert, 275
-, Thomas, 275

Westwood, Robert, 34

Wetherley
-, —, burial, 6
-, Joan, 262

Wever, —, Mistress, burial, 219, 220

Whaplode, Simon, 257, 262

Wharde, John, 111

Wheeler, Thomas, for shed, 210, 220, 229

Wheler, —, Master, 110

Whillow, —, Master, rent-gatherer, 226

White (Whyt, Whyte, Whitte)
-, —, 192; for burial of maid, 156
-, —, goodwife, 201
-, Agnes, 267, 306
-, John, 255, 256
-, Robert, 302
-, Richard, 242
-, Thomas, 111, 243

Whytehede, John, 267

Wickerson, Garrad, 279

Wilcox, —, Master, 254

Wilken, Nicholas, knell, 219, 220

Wilkins, see Wylkyns

Wilkinson, John, 302

William, —, the grocer, 116

Williams
-, —, Master, 229
-, John, 34
-, Katherine, 253

Williamson, John, 239

Wilson (Wylson)
-, Adam, 253
-, Isabel, 253
-, John, 178, 205, 207, 213, 216, 217, 219, 220, 222, 223, 224, 225, 227, 228, 230, 249, 253
-, Thomas, 306

Wood (Woode)
-, —, goodman, tallowchandler, 141
-, John, 169, 194
-, Mary, 304
-, Robert, 136, 140, 143, 146, 171, 175, 250, 252, 302, 304; kinswoman's knell, 138
-, Thomas, 304

Woodcock, James, 254

Woodehouse, John, 198

Woodford, William, 118

Woodhill, John, 310

Worcestershire, county of, 251

Wormley, Herts., 316

Wright, John, 236

Wulfe
-, Maud, 282
-, Robert, 282

Wyatt, Nicholas, 254

Wycam, John, 8

Wyderley
-, Alice, 266
-, John, 266
-, John, junior, 266
-, William, 266

Wyet
-, John, 272
-, Reynold, 272

Wykeham, John, 267

Wylforde, Nicholas, 250

Wylkok, Thomas, 273

Wylkyns (Wilkyns)
-, —, 207
-, —, Master, burial, 171, 172; burial of his man, 184; wife's knell, 147
-, Agnes, burial, 176
-, Ellen, 308
-, John, 195, 301
-, Robert, 99, 103, 104, 106, 105, 108, 111, 112, 119, 121, 123, 124, 126, 139, 140, 143, 144, 147, 148, 150, 151, 154, 164, 169, 240, 288, 292, 299, 308
-, Robert, junior, 308
-, Thomas, 111, 140, 151, 154, 155, 158, 159, 163, 164, 169, 175, 178, 181, 183, 189, 205, 207, 213, 216, 217, 224, 227, 228, 229, 230, 294, 300, 308, 327, 329

Wylson, see Wilson

Wymerk, Thomas, 260

Wyn, —, Mistress, 147

Wyne, Wolston, 110, 147, 149

Wynford, John, 292

Wyny, Wastnest, mother of, 8

Wystwode, see Westelwode

Wytherley, John, 257

Y.

Ynglysch, see Inglisshe

Young (Yonge)
-, —, Master, for a sermon, 212
-, Edward, 296
-, Robert, 315

Yowarde
-, Agnes, 309
-, Alice, 309
-, John, 309
-, Margaret, 309

Ysotson, —, the carpenter, 107

Z.

Zealand, 285