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The Cartulary of Holy Trinity, Aldgate. Originally published by London Record Society, London, 1971.

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ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWYZ

Roman numerals refer to pages of the Introduction. Arabic numerals refer not to pages but to entries in the text or, when preceded by 'App.', to entries in the Appendix.

A

A., chancellor, 976

Abbechirch, see St. Mary Abchurch

Abbot, Stephen, 278

'Abbotesyn', inn of the abbot of Evesham, 1044

Abindon (Abyndon, Habyndon)
-, Richard, 390
-, Simon, 381
-, Simon de, sheriff, 940
-, Stephen de, 390; sheriff, 925, 927, 1029

Abraham
-, Gregory, 258
-, John, 258, 1025

Ace, John, 903

Acres
-, John, 595
-, Sayerus, 595

Acton, William, 865

Adam
-, brother of Ralph, clerk, of Stepney, 887
-, chamberlain, 202
-, chaplain, 202
-, clerk, 152
-, famulus of Robert Coringham, 143, 145
-, priest, 109
-, prior of Crutched Friars, 165

Adeliza, queen of England, 875

Adelstanus (Aldstanus), 552

Adhelwold, Robert, 91

Adrian
-, alderman [? rectius John Adrian], 190
-, mercer, 4856; his window, 486

Adrian (Adryan)
-, John (son of), 127, 467, 501; bailiff of London, 889; draper, 507; mayor, 60, 93, 292, 369, 684, 864, 905, 916, 1008; sheriff, 134, 447, 641
-, John, sheriff 12778, 378, 906, 1007
-, Thomas son of, 486

Aelwy, see Eswy

Agnes, sister of St. Thomas, see Becket

Agulun, Robert de, 1021

Agulus, William, 856, 862

Aiguel (Aignel), William, 9th prior of Holy Trinity, 21, 45, 52, 237, 277, 323, 560, 646, 897, 992

Ailnodus, priest & scribe, 967

Ailward (Aluard, Alwardus), 31
-, alderman, 1008
-, baker, 136, 270
-, forger, 963
-, priest, 963
-, priest of St. Peter ad Vincula, 964

Ailwin (Alwin, Eilwin), 963
-, clerk, 960
-, relative of Blakstan, 871
-, son of Leofstan, 871
-, son of Raduinfus, 960
-, son of Syredus, 871

Ailwin
-, Henry fitz (son of, son of Leofstan), mayor, 41, 76, 206, 223, 228, 270, 273, 426, 551, 663, 687, 824, 866, 1005, 1012, 1015, 10224, 1051, 1061, 1073
-, Norman fitz, 930
-, Peter son of Henry fitz, 223, 1051

Ainulf, priest, xiv, 6, 9, 1070, App. 6, 9

Aketon, see Haketon

Alan
-, canon of Holy Trinity, 1031
-, deacon, 790
-, nephew of Herbert, bishop of Avranches, 739
-, son of Peter, see Peter

Alan
-, Ranulf, potter, 955
-, Roger (fitz, son of), 76, 206, 687, 729, 824, 1012, 1015; mayor, 335, 1073; sheriff, 1023

Alban, tailor, 666

Albano, Stephen, 944

Alberic (Albricus), see Aubrey

Albrinc, Hubert, see Hubert, bishop of Avranches

Albus, see White

Aldermanbury, 688, 1023

Aldermanbury (Aldermaunebury)
-, Gervase de, 335
-, Simon de, sheriff, 1073

Aldermarychyrch, see St. Mary Aldermary

Aldermen (before, 1272), see Adrian; Ailward; Balan, Alan; Ballio, John de; Basing, Adam de; Benet, William fitz; Blund, James; Blund, Matthew; Blund, Peter; Durham, Thomas de; Edmund; Estmund; Ferrun, Alexander le; Fulc, Gilbert; Geoffrey; Gervase; Godwin; Haverhill, Thomas de; Insula, Walter de; Ivo, Theobald fitz; Joce, junior; Living; Martin son of Alice; Mary, Simon fitz; Matthew; Northampton, John; Peter; Peter, Joce fitz; Reggi, Richard fitz; Renger, Richard; Renger, Roger; Robert son of Bartholomew; Roger, Roger fitz; St. Helens, Henry de; Solio, John de; Sperling, Jordan son of Jordan; Tabur, Hugh; Theobald; Thomas; Walbrok, Richard de; Walter; Walter, Richard fitz; Warde, Edmund; Wilkyn, William; Winchester, Geoffrey de; see also under names of mayors

Alderman, deputy, see Hanin

Aldgate, gate & soke, xiiixviii, 4, 11, 31, 33, 44, 47, 66, 323, 871, 875, 9956, 1004, App. 4, 11; see also St. Botolph Aldgate

Aldgate Street (Algatestret), 822, 891, 894, 896, 937

Alditha, 1013

Aldstanus, see Adelstanus

Alduino, 4, App. 4

Alexander III, pope, 981

Alexander
-, clerk, 270
-, deacon, 136
-, mercer, 838
-, of Gutter Lane, 841
-, rector of St. Swithin, 430, 1017
-, son of Geoffrey le Coureur & Hodierna his wife, 920, 955
-, whittawer, 636

Alfegus, 963

Alfred
-, baker, 346
-, butcher (le Bochere, etc.), 1712, 900, 91011
-, mercer, 6878, 1023; Alice his daughter, 688, 1023
-, tiler, 202

Alfric Cheic, 960

Alfwin, see Hallen

Algar
-, bishop of Coutances, 960
-, brother of Gerald, 960
-, priest, 612, 672; [? another], 871
-, priest of St. Benet, 967
-, Secusune, 871

Algate (Algate)
-, Adam de, 930, 946
-, Bartholomew de, 882, 886, 923, 930, 933, 938
-, John de, 610
-, John de, potter, 911, 915, 917
-, Jordan de, butcher, 904
-, Juliana de, see Crepyn, Juliana
-, Nicholas de, 15th prior of Holy Trinity, 27, 479, 702, 879, 892, 952, 958, 996, 1032, 103940
-, Ralph de, 886, 900, 908, 910, 930
-, Ralph de, see Crepyn, Ralph
-, Richard (de), 896, 919
-, Terricus de, 882, 886, 930, 933, 938, 946
-, Thomas de, see Bonsergaunt
-, Thomas de, rector of Sheering, 1032
-, William de, 62, 882, 886, 900, 906, 908, 930, 933, 938, 946
-, William de, son of Stephen de Sharnbrok, 8889

Alice
-, daughter of Henry, 84
-, [? Perrers] (the Lady, Alice Regina), 770, see also Perers, Alice

Alkelinus, baker, 946

All Hallows Barking (Berkyngchirche) cemetery, 192; church, 11, 191, 968, App. 11; parish, 18194, 1030, 1040

All Hallows Bread Street, parish, 599601, 1031

All Hallows Colemanchurch, see St. Katherine Coleman

All Hallows Fenchurch see St. Gabriel Fenchurch

All Hallows Honey Lane, parish, 53944, 1030, 1041, 1043

All Hallows Lombard Street (Graschirch), parish, 32939, 101213, 1030

All Hallows London Wall (by the Wall), parish, xvii, 732, 77986, 1030

All Hallows Staining, parish, 1038, 993, 1007

All Hallows the Great (ad Fenum, Haywharf), parish, 418, 4303, 1030

Allyngebery (Alyngbery)
-, Adam de, cit. 646; linendraper, 647; sheriff, 665
-, Margery, 647

Alman, William, 855

Alphanus Juncarius, 35

Alsius, 960

Alswick (Alsiswick), Herts., 1004

Aluard, see Ailward

Aluerma, Adam de, 832

Alulf (Arnulf)
-, archdeacon of ses, 960
-, Arnald [? rectius Alulf] son of, sheriff, 1073
-, Arnulf son of, 443
-, Constantine son of, 4423; sheriff, 1073
-, William son of, 231

Alvricus, priest, 624, 963

Alwardus, see Ailward

Alwell, John, 634

Alwin, see Ailwin

Ancett, William, 285

Anchorites of London, 621

Andrew
-, chaplain of St. Augustine by St. Paul's, 634
-, goldsmith, 126
-, priest, 400
-, the old, 687, 1023

Andrew (e)
-, James, 498
-, John, mayor, see Adrian, John
-, Richard, 40, 1034
-, Robert, junior, 377
-, Thomas, 377

Anesty (Anesteye, Anestie)
-, Hubert de, 645, 1004; Denise his wife, 1004
-, John de, & J. his son, 858
-, Richard de, 1004

Anger (Aunger), Peter (son of), 129, 530, 785; see also Peter, alderman

Anglo-Saxon language, 341, 872

Angodus son of Odo, 9934

Angulo, John de, 1028

Anselm, 381
-, archbishop of Canterbury, xiv, 1, 4, 78, 10, App. 1, 4, 78, 10
-, baker, 84
-, priest of St. Nicholas Shambles, 1024

Anstis, John, Garter King of Arms, xi xii

Antioche, Gerard de, sheriff, 1073

Appilby (Appulby)
-, John, 290
-, Thomas (de), rector of St. Olave [? Hart Street], 207, 1040

Apprentice, takes name of master, 1036

Aqua, William de, 645

Aquarius, see Geoffrey, ewerer

Aras (Araz), see Arras

Arches, Court of, see Osbert, dean of

Arches, Les, see College Street

Arconerus, see Turbernus

Arcubus, see Wiganus

Ardernne, John, esquire, 591

Argentan, Richard de, king's steward, 1004

Armener, see Castell, William de

Armenters (Armentieres), John, sheriff, 73, 391, 767

Armerer, Nicholas, 518

Armiger, see Peter; William

Arnold, cook, 839

Arnold, Robert, 107, 179

Arnulf, see Alulf

Arnyze, William, 332

Arras (Aras, Araz)
-, Gunter de, 185
-, Richard de, 635, 993
-, Robert de, sheriff, 307, 499, 718, 752
-, William de, 43; [alias Horermed], 488

Arundell
-, [? Edmund], earl of, 80
-, Richard, earl of, 1005

Ascham, William, 224, 664, 1052

Ascheford, see Asshford

Aschellus (Aschuillus), 871
-, custodian of the Tower, 960

Ascheton, John, cit. & fishmonger, 591

Aschewell (Asshewelle), John, attorney, 188, 479, 490

Aschwy, see Eswy

Ascomb, Robert, 651

Aspenden (Aspeden), Herts., 722

Asponis, 754

Asse
-, Edwin, 776
-, Robert, 1011

Assendon
-, Katherine, 642
-, William de, 642

Asshewelle, see Aschewell

Asshford (Ascheford, Asseford)
-, John, 822
-, William (de), 1678; his widow, 168

Astle, Thomas, xii

Aswy, see Eswy

At Cok, see Cok

Athelby, Roger, 100

Attorneys, see Aschewell, John; Bury, Christian de; Cornhill, John de; Dauncere, John; Forster, Richard; Frye, Richard de; Gillingham, Alan; Gladewyn, Richard; Good, John; Hethingham, John; Horwode, Alan de; Meldeborne, Gilbert; Morton, John; Newport, Thomas; Symcok, Nicholas

Auberkyn, Walter, 225, 10523

Aubrees Watergate, 197

Aubrey (Alberic), of Billingsgate, 234; see also Ver

Aubrery (Aubre, Aubrer, Awbrei)
-, Andrew, 473, 554, 673
-, John, 386, 572, 725; sheriff, 188

Aubyn, Matilda, 939

Audeville, Thomas de, 658, 1012

Augo, John de, 430

Augustine, Saint, xiv, 6, 8, App. 6, 8

Augustine
-, mercer, 329, 1009
-, son of Wlwardus, 1004

Aumbesbury, Martin de, sheriff, 255

Aumener, Henry, 427

Aunger, see Anger

Austin Friars, 775, 1033

Averhull, see Haverhill

Avranches, bishop of, see Hubert

Awbrei, see Aubrey

Ax, Edmund del, see Epping, Edmund

Axbridge (Axebrigge, Axbrygge), Thomas de, brother of Holy Trinity, xixiii, xx, 31, 287, 525, 954, 995, App. 31

Axstone, Robert, 405

Aylere, see Luke

B

Baalun, see Balan

Bacon (Baconn, Bacun)
-, John, 347
-, Peter, 1017
-, Richard, 390, 1025
-, William, 390; [another] & Alice his wife, 958

'Bacunnysyn', tenement called, 1035

Bacwell (Bakwell)
-, Cecily de, 127
-, Henry, 127
-, Thomas (de), 127, 2645
-, Thomas, master goldsmith, 657
-, Thomas son of Thomas, 2646
-, William, 264, 268

Baddyng, Robert, 885, 930

Badecoks (Batecoks), see Rufus, Geoffrey

Bagger, Brian, 137; see also Brian, merchant

Bail, Le, see Old Bailey

Bailey, chaplain of the, see John; William

Bakehouse, Pistrina Bokerel, 701

Baker (Pistor) see Ailward; Alfred; Alkelinus; Anselm; Bernard; Edmund; Fulc; Geoffrey; Gervase; Hugh; Ingolf; Martin; Matthew; Ralph; Robert; Roger; Simon; William; Wulmar; and Broun, Richard; Compere, Richard; Danger, Reginald; Kemesyng, John; Weye, Richard atte; Winchester, Simon de; see also King's baker

Baker (Bakere)
-, Gilbert, see Lyrper
-, William, 472

Balan (Baalun, Balon)
-, Alan, 604
-, Alan [alderman] & Juliana his wife, 177; ward of, see Queenhithe

Balancer, Ralph le, sheriff, 563

Bald, Alexander, 171

Baldok, Thomas, master of fraternity of St. Anne, 374

Baldwin (Baldewin)
-, parmenter, 664
-, priest, 185
-, son of King Stephen, 14, 973, 977, App. 14

Baldwin (Baldewyn, Baldewyne)
-, John, 783
-, Richard (son of), 664
-, William, cit. & saddler, & Emmota his wife, 1035

Balistarius, see John, crossbowman

Ball
-, Godwin, 960
-, John de, priest of St. Dionis, 223, 859

Ballio
-, John de, [? haberdasher], alderman, 171, 312, 634
-, John de, priest, 1051

Balls, Ralph, 708

Balnai, Adam de, 960

Balon, see Balan

Balsham, Thomas de, & Matilda his widow, 885

Bamme, Adam & his widow, 305

Banissehere, Martin, 185

Barber (Barbour)
-, John le, 292
-, Richard le, 153, 4312
-, Robert, alias Youn, & his widow, 891
-, Roger le, 153
-, see also Joce; and Shanketon, Richard de

Bardeneye, Walter, alias Papworth, 388, 93940

Bardolf, Robert & Amice his widow, 783

Barentyne, Drew, 440

Baret, Richard, 216

Barford, William, 888

Barher, John, 725

Barking (Berkyng), Essex, abbess & convent, 106, 499, 1007; abbess, see Merton, Alice de

Barn, Gervase, see Gervase, alderman

Barnet
-, Edmund, see Hoddesdon
-, John, 295
-, Thomas, 552

Barra
-, Geoffrey de, 748
-, Henry de, 885
-, Ralph de, 655

Barre, Matilda de la, 229, 1061

Barsham, Richard de, 280; Roesia his daughter, 2801

Bartholomew
-, bishop of Exeter, 740
-, clerk, 270
-, cook, 787
-, parmenter, 39
-, son of Philip, 993

Barun, Richard, 792

Bary, see Du Bary

Basing (Basyng, Basynges, Rasing, Rasyng)
-, Adam de, 501, 730; alderman, 512; mayor, 140, 516, 616, 756, 794; sheriff, 636
-, Hugh, sheriff, 1073
-, John de, 958
-, Nicholas & Isabel his widow, 498
-, Robert de, 381, 551; sheriff, 192, 534
-, Solomon (de), 183, 467; sheriff, 1073
-, Thomas de, sheriff, 213, 375, 845
-, William (de), sheriff, 66, 123, 203, 732, 937, 1066

'Basket, atte', tenement called, 1034

Basket, Richard atte, see Weye

Basse (Bas, Baas)
-, Algar, 948
-, Gilbert le, 501
-, John, 923, 1034; Emma his wife, 1034

Basset
-, Fulk, bishop of London, 9846
-, Ralph, 12, 651, 998, App. 12
-, William (son-in-law of), 609, 848, 938

Bassishaw (Bassyngshawe), 688, 712, 715, 718, 727, 1023

Bath & Glastonbury, bishop of, see Jocelin

Batingcourt (Batancort, Batincort, Batencuit), Luke de, bailiff of London, 889; sheriff, 134, 447, 921, 928

Batlismere
-, Bartholomew, 80
-, Giles & his widow, 80

Batman, Dr. Stephen, xi, 341

Batoneslane [? rectius Ratoneslane, near Timberhithe], 604; see also Pudding Lane

Batte (Bat)
-, Gerard, mayor, 1018; sheriff, 262, 549
-, Nicholas, 123, 189, 218, 849, 853, 1017, 1056; mayor, 190, 501, 596, 731; sheriff, 516, 616, 756, 794, 818
-, Peter, 1061; sheriff, 1073
-, Ralph, 1061
-, Robert, 2289, 404, 1025, 1062
-, Roger, 726

Battisford (Battysford), Hugh, 219, 1057

Batun, 960

Batur
-, John le, 354
-, Peter le, 783
-, Thomas le, 3545

Baudricus, fisherman, 25960

Baynard (Beynard) Richard, 321, 373

Beadle, see Bedell

Beamond, Ralph, 186

Bearbinder Lane (Berbynderyslane), 469, 47980

Beauchamp (de Belcampo)
-, Anselm, 109
-, Richard de, earl of Warwick, 825
-, Robert, 109
-, Thomas, earl of Warwick, 1005
-, William, chamberlain, 1005

Beaumont (Beuamont), [John viscount], 1045

Beauvais, France, xiv, 8, App. 8

Beauvais (Belvaco), Philip de, 189

Beawneys, Nicholas & William his son, 249

Becham (Bekham, Bekeham)
-, John, 823
-, Walter de, 289
-, William, 1011

Beche, Osbert, 423

Beckenham? (Bekeham) Kent, 1004

Becket (Beket)
-, Gilbert, sheriff, 13, 31, 963, 1072
-, Thomas, chancellor & archbishop, 14, 10023, App. 14; Agnes his sister, 64

Bedell (Bedel, Bidell)
-, Adam, 459
-, Edmund (le, the), 921, 924, 927
-, John le, 394
-, Laurence son of Edmund le, 927
-, Nicholas the, 346
-, Richard, 40
-, Thomas le, 888, 925
-, seealso Hoder, Simon le

Bedford (Bedeford)
-, Alexander de, son of Agnes, 443
-, John, 63, 193
-, Master John, 377
-, Robert de, 443

Bedfunt, Walter, 865

Bedyngton, Simon de, sheriff, 211, 368

Beel, Robert le, sheriff, 1073

Begne, Stephen de, 1004

Beifuin, Godfrey, 1004

Bekeham, see Beckenham, Kent

Bekeount, see Buccuinte

Belch, Walter de, 579

Belebarber, Hugh, 754

Belebouch, William, 104

Belegh, Walter, 583

Belerece, Edeva, 3667

Belhume (Belhome), William, 783, 878

Bell, melted down, 1038

Belleyetlane (Belyetereslane), see Billeter Street

Bellhows, Thomas, 822

Bell-ringer, see William

Belmeis
-, Richard de (I), bishop of London, xiv, 34, 12, 875, App. 34, 12
-, Richard de (II), archdeacon of Middlesex, 614
-, William de (I), archdeacon of London, 962, 966

Belmonte (Blemonte, Blemund), William de, 349, 481, 487, 1004, 1014

Belvaco, see Beauvais

Bemptona, Richard de, 136

Bendeng, Peter de, 1004

Benedisse, Roger de, butcher, 262, 264

Benercheruer, see Suething

Benet
-, abbot of Stratford Langthorne, 385, 574, 627, 1015
-, deacon, 152
-, goldsmith, father of Richard, 250, 362
-, son of Turkyll, 298, 1011

Benet, William (fitz son of), 316, 494; alderman, 528

Benit, Richard de, cook, 171

Bensted, Robert de, 704

Bentleghe, Adam de, sheriff, 533

Benyngton (Beninton, Benyton)
-, Ralph son of Adam de, 923
-, Richard de, 335
-, Simon de, sheriff, 61, 356

Berbynderyslane, see Bearbinder Lane

Berchenerislane, see Birchin Lane

Berden, see Burden

Berdfeld, John, 712

Bere, John de la, 65

Berengarius, father of Rennerus, 387

Berewards Lane (Berwardyslane), 855

Berkesden (Berkenden), Herts., brothers at, 986; land of, 1004

Berkyng, see Barking, Essex

Berkyng
-, Juliana de, 679
-, Richard de, 330
-, William, 65
-, William (de), 539, 1004, 1027
-, William de, alias William the Baker, 75961; Matilda his wife, 761

Berkyngchirche, see All Hallows Barking

Berman, 960

Bermondsey, Surrey, 1005
-, priory, later abbey of St. Saviour: abbot, 389, 428; land, 271, 335; monks, 460, 977, 1016; priors, see also Hugh and Humbert

Bernard
-, baker, 271
-, clerk, 4, App. 4
-, prior of St. Peter Dunstable, 8, 10, 13, 871, App. 8, 10, 13

Bernard (Bernerd)
-, Roger, 332
-, William, 145, 151

Berners, Agnes, 216

Bernes
-, Edmund, 105
-, John de, sheriff, 660, 675

Berneval (Breneval), Peter, 877, 804, 955

Berneye (Bernere), Walter de, sheriff, 133, 156, 330

Berquereola, Robert de, reeve of London, 1072

Berskernereslane, see Birchin Lane

Bertelot, John, carpenter, 356

Bery, Robert (de), see Kelsey, Robert

Besant (Bisant), Robert, sheriff, 687, 1073

Betele, Richard, 642

Beth, Henry atte, 309

Bethleham (Bedlehem), master of, 863

Bethune, Robert de, bishop of Hereford, 973

Betonia
-, John de, 425
-, William de, 73

Beuamont, see Beaumont

Beufront, John, 249

Beverle (Beverlaco)
-, John, 783
-, Robert de, 993
-, Roger de, 826
-, Simon de, 103

Bexhill (Bixhill, Bixill), Sussex, 916; church, App. 13

Bexile, Ralph de, 585

Beynard, see Baynard

Bidell, see Bedell

Bigge, Roger, 886

Bigot
-, Hugh le, 960
-, R., 960

Bilesherse, 1004

Billericay (Billerika, Billirica), John de, carter, 904, 907, 922, 927, 940; John his son, 922

Billeter Street (Belleyetlane, Belyetereslane), 55, 65

Billingsgate, 232, 255; see also Aubrey

Birchin Lane (Berchenerislane, Berskernereslane, etc.), 355, 361, 363, 363a

Bisant, see Besant

Bishopsgate (Bisshopesgate), gate, 871; street, 787, 849, 858, 861, 863

Bisshopsgate, Nicholas de, & Isabel his wife, 787

Bisshopyston, John, 488

Bixill (Bixhill), see Bexhill, Sussex

Black (Black, Niger)
-, Edmund, 659
-, Thomas, alias Jurdan, see Jordan
-, Walter, 578, see also Walter, goldsmith

Black Friars (Friars Preachers), 1033

Blakeney, Peter de, sheriff, 95, 113, 227, 1055

Blakesapelton (Blakesappilton), Roger de, 2224, 1052; William his son, 224

Blakstan, 871

Blandecute (Blandekete), Richard, see
-, Machechrier, Richard

Blanket, John, 636

Blaunchard, Walter, 944

Blecchinggeleye, Walter de, 1043

Blemonte (Blemund), see Belmonte

Bloet, Robert, bishop of Lincoln, 4, App. 4

Blokeley, John, 216

Blomvylle, Richard, 46, 83

Blondy, Robert, 908

Bloxham, John de, 607

Blunt (Blond, Blound, Blund)
-, Andrew, 482, 5612, 1018
-, Bartholomew, 497, 655; John his son, see John, goldsmith
-, Edward, 457; [another], 562
-, Edward, sheriff, 129, 499, 530
-, Geoffrey, 171, 666
-, Henry, & Henry & Richard, his sons, 1023
-, Henry, tanner, & his widow, 861
-, Hugh, alias White (Albo), sheriff, 636
-, Hugh & Isabel his daughter, 832
-, James, alderman, 754, 759, 7612
-, John, 280; [? another], 991
-, John, clerk, 349, 1014
-, John le, mayor, 73, 104, 111, 408, 457, 537, 631, 711, 732, 834, 904
-, Laurence, 234
-, Matthew, alderman, 74, 402, 453
-, Norman, draper, sheriff, 551, 658, 1012
-, Peter, alderman, 785
-, Peter, felter, alderman, 178, 186
-, Ralph, 824
-, Ralph, sheriff, 37, 94, 437, 474, 599, 664, 1031; Matilda his wife, 1031
-, Richard, fishmonger, 227, 283, 689, 1055
-, Richard son of Henry, 1023
-, Robert, 264, 335, 381, 449
-, Robert, butcher, 1025
-, Roger, 1073
-, Simon, 340, 372, 449, 482, 1020
-, Walter, 457; [another], 575
-, Walter (le), potter, 578, 582, 81213, 1018; Matilda his widow, 812
-, Walter le, sheriff, 221
-, William, 855, 861
-, William, sheriff, 1073

Bochland (Bockland), Hugh de, sheriff, 873, 1072, App. 2

Bockyng
-, Henry (de), carpenter, 155, 170
-, John de, 701

Boconitis, William, son of Sabelina, 1043

Bocton, John (de), cit. & cofferer, 7512

Bodele (Buddele, Buttele), John de, 173, 195, 293

Bogoys, Katherine, 113

Bohon (Bohun)
-, Humphrey de, dapifer, 1002
-, Master James de, 836

Bokelerisbury (Bokelesby), see Bucklersbury

Bokeount, see Buccuinte

Bokerel (Bokerell, Bukerel)
-, Andrew, mayor, 262, 273, 549, 618, 650, 690
-, Isabel, 670
-, Matthew, sheriff, 32, 195, 200, 292, 369, 375, 510, 692, 893, 1008, 1021, 1063
-, Peter, 459, 744, 1014
-, Stephen, 963
-, Stephen, alderman & sheriff, 3545, 668, 6923, 701
-, Thomas, sheriff, 1073
-, William, 670

Bole
-, Henry (le), 367; sheriff, 646
-, John, 607
-, Nicholas, 153

'Bole, Le', house called, 375

Bonaventure, Richard, alias Hakborne, 219, 1057

Bond, John (two), 488

Bonech, Geoffrey, 1012

Bonet, Gilbert, 566

Bononia, Nicholas de, 174

Bonsergaunt (Bonseriaunt)
-, J., 1034
-, Thomas, son of William, alias de Algate, 821, 1034
-, William, moneyer, 8201, 901, 903

Bonvalet, William, 704

Borden, see Burden

Bordesden, see Braughing, Herts.

Bordesdon, Thomas de, 1004

Boreford (Borford)
-, John, sheriff, 834
-, Robert, 954
-, Ros, 63

Borham, John, 290

Bortewold, John, 94; see also Dortewold

Borwasch, see Burghersh

Boseworth, Adam, 326

Bosham (Boseham, Bosenham, Bosheham)
-, Agnes, 924, 934, 947
-, John, 242, 705
-, Peter (de), sheriff, 408, 711

Boteler (Botiller, Botoner)
-, Agnes (le), 155, 170
-, James le, sheriff, 66, 458a, 732; Agnes his widow, 458a
-, John, sheriff, 418
-, John (le), draper, 478, 496, 506
-, John le, [? father & son], 506
-, Richard, 350
-, William, 1057

Botere, Walter le, 37

Botham, Geoffrey de, 677

Boturwyke, Thomas, 846

Boucher (Bustcher), see Pain; see also Butcher

Boulogne, honour of, lands of, 1004

Bourne, John, 258

Bourton, Robert de, formerly guardian of the chantry at Layer Marney, 441

Bowelane (parish of St. Michael Paternoster), see College Street

Bowier(e), Benet, 246

Bowmaker, see Ernald

Bowstryng
-, Ralph, 87
-, Simon, 87

Box
-, Benedicta, 334
-, Christine, 229, 301, 1062
-, Hamo, 33
-, Helen, daughter of Martin, 174
-, John, 34
-, Martin, sheriff, 47, 174
-, William, 219, 958, 1057

Boyden, Robert, 309

Boylon, John, 83

Boys
-, Geoffrey, 172
-, John, see Bussh
-, Simon, 215

Brabason (Brabeson)
-, Adam, 562, 587
-, Robert, 588

Braching, Bracking, see Braughing, Herts.

Brachyng (Brackyng, Brauhingg)
-, Adam de, clerk, 834, 837, 1029
-, Theobald de, 1004

Brackele, (Bracle), Robert de, 8456

Braddeman, James & Whattenow, learned in the law, 258

Bradele, Gilbert de, 1004

Bradwell, John, prior of Holy Trinity, xxiii

Braibroke, William, 290

Brakley, Michael de, 382

Brambeleg, see Bromley

Bran, Gervase, see Gervase, alderman

Brancestre
-, Alan, 625
-, Thomas, 631

Brand, 225; master, canon of St. Paul's, 620, 624

Brand (Bronde)
-, Hamo, 1028; sheriff, 1073
-, Ralph, 497

Brandeston, John, 40

Brandon, Thomas, see Irland

Brangwayn (Brangweyn)
-, Thomas, 767
-, William, 541

Brantingham, Thomas, bishop of Exeter, 1005

Braughing (Braching, Bradcking, Brackyng), Herts., 811, 9734, 1004, 1020
-, brothers at, 986
-, canon's market at, 1005
-, Bordesden, 1004
-, Gatesbury (Catesbiry), 1004; field (Gatisbifeld), 811
-, Kingshohell in, 811
-, Wodcroft in, 811

Brawstok, John, 958

Bray
-, John, 954
-, Nicholas, 298, 313
-, William, 763, 7656, 769, 777, 798, 1016; [another], 298

Brazier, see Langhorne, John

Bread Street (Bredstret), 575, 594, 599600, 749, 751, 773, 1031; see Thomas

Bread Street ward, 586n

Breklesworth, William, 130

Bremble (Brembyl, Brembir), Nicholas, 441, 446, 730

Breneval, see Berneval

Bret, Robert, 657

Breton (Bretonne)
-, John le, kt., warden of London, 255, 665
-, Thomas le, 1007

Brevetur, John le, 797

Brewer, [William], 224
-, see also Estbrok, Richard; Horer, John; Payn, John; Traynell, John

Brewhouses, xx, 11, 363, 382, App. 11; equipment of, 954

Brian, merchant, 1489, see also Bagger, Brian

Brian (Bryan)
-, Lord Guy, 80
-, John, 682; [another], 725
-, John, sheriff, 906
-, William, 290

Brictred Cuherd, 960

Bricus, ropemaker, 233

Brid (Bridde, Bryd, Brydde)
-, Geoffrey, 996
-, German, cit. & fishmonger, 12931; Alice de Essex his wife, 129; Lucy his wife, 131
-, John, 996, see also Byrd

Bridge Street (Brygestrete, etc.), 283, 2867, 305, 1010

Bridport (Bryddeport)
-, Giles de, bishop of Salisbury, 986, 989
-, Thomas de, 111

Brik, Richard de, sacristan, 107

Brikelesworth, John de, sheriff, 441

'Brisstret', [parish of St. Faith], 626

Bristowe (Bristoll, Brystowe)
-, John, 768
-, Simon de, 697
-, William de, 42; [another], 66, 615; [another], 151, 224, 697

Brithmar (Brithmar)
-, priest, 624
-, son-in-law of Godwin Brothesouche, 394

Brito, Robert, 423

Brockele (Brokle), John, sheriff, 418, 996

Broderer (browderer), see Freton, Thomas; Hauekyn

'Brodeselde', xviii, 51011

Brodhers, Godwin, 963

Brokedych, William de & Walter his son, 759

Brokesheved (Brokeshevede)
-, Geoffrey de, 4067
-, Richard & Alice his wife, 49

Brole, William, brother of Holy Trinity, 815

Bromfeld (Brumfeld), Richer de, 84, 86

Bromhil, John de, 252

Bromley (Brambeleg), 962, 1004
-, monk's mill in, 1004

Bronde, see Brand

'Brook, le', within the walls, 782

Brook, Geoffrey, sheriff, 290

Broom (Brom, Brome), Robert, 808, 896

Broomfield (Brumfeld), ? Essex, 1004

Brother, Arnold le, 783

Brothesouche, Godwin, 394

Broun (Brun, Brunus)
-, Adam, 317, 482
-, John, 193, 216, 770
-, Lucy, 317
-, Matthew & his widow, 216
-, Richard, baker, 440
-, Robert, 815
-, Thomas (I), 56, 59, 227, 531, 1039, 1055; Margery (his widow), 56, 59, 61, 227, 531, 1039, 1044, 1055
-, Thomas (II), 531, 536; his widow, 531
-, Walter le, merder, 204, 510; sheriff, 663, 993, 1067, 1073
-, William, 207

Brounesby, John, 313

Brounlocus, 257

Brounyng (Bruning)
-, Adam, sheriff, 154, 798, 1016
-, Eymericus, 535
-, Walter, 582

Bruhull, Richard de, 751

Brumfeld, see Bromfeld; Broomfield

Brumle, Ralph, 170

Brumtune, William de, 825

Brunton (Bruton), Henry, tailor, 1301; Imania his wife, 131; Emma (? rectius Imania) his widow, 130

Brusous, Robert, 304

Bryccheford, Richard, 896

Brygge, Philip atte, 441

Bryght (Brygth), Thomas, 954, 995, 996

Buccel, Ralph, 273

Buccuinte (Bekeount, Bokeount, Bucumte, Buchiunt, etc.)
-, Andrew, 871, 963, 1072
-, Geoffrey, 3712, 625
-, John, sheriff, 76, 963, 1011, 1073; son of Geoffrey, 3712, 625
-, Laurence, 963
-, see also Boconitis

Buchel, Ernulf, sheriff, 1072

Buckingham, earl of, see Thomas, of Woodstock

Bucklersbury (Bokelerisbury, Bokelesby), 496, 1014

Buctone, Adam de, 883

Bufle, Walter le, 618

Buke, Peter, sheriff, 1073

Bukerel, see Bokerel

Bullok
-, William, 939
-, William, cit. & tapicer, 117

Bunburne, see Wimburn

Bungay (Bungey)
-, Reyner (Reynger) de, sheriff, 299, 440, 636, 1018
-, Simon, currier, 856, 863, 1017
-, Thomas (de), cit. & currier, 8634

Bruchayn, Robert, 659

Burden (Berden, Borden, Burdeyn)
-, John, 674, 755
-, Robert, sheriff, 55, 673
-, Walter, 673
-, William, 552, 675

Burdeux, William, 42

Bure, William, 111

Bureller (Buriler), see Henry; Ralph; William; and Myngy, Warin; Oxford, Thomas de; Preest, William; see also Burrell

Bures, Peter, 826

Burford
-, Robert, 888
-, William, father of Robert, 891

Burgage tenure, xviii, 1005

Burgh, Hubert de, justiciar, 1004

Burghersh (Borwasch), Lord Bartholomew, 1036

Burgoyn (Burgeyn, Burgundia)
-, John de, 1043
-, William de, 168

Burgum (Burgo)
-, John, 578
-, William de, clerk, 5312; Margery his wife, 532

Buriler, see Bureller

Burrell (Burel, Burell)
-, John, 172
-, Ralph, 172, 179
-, Robert, 199, 350, 488, 1004, 1014
-, William, 179

Burser (Bursier)
-, Henry le, 489
-, Robert, 3213
-, William, 321
-, see also Roger

Burton
-, Philip, 210
-, Robert, 715
-, Thomas, 715

Burton [-on-Trent], Staffs., abbot & convent of, 1035

Buruch, Brother Walter, canon of Holy Trinity, 237

Burwell, Ralph, 130

Bury
-, Adam de, mayor, 441, 1057
-, Christian de, attorney, 57
-, John de, butcher, 309
-, Roger de, alias Roger Rose, 815
-, Thomas de, butcher, 305, 308
-, Thomas de, guardian of Thomas Bacwell, 265

Burys, John, sheriff, 660

Business, money given said to be for, 195, 197, 218, 369, 505, 1056

Bussh, John, alias Boys, 113, 210, 1059

Bussheye, Robert, 896

But, father of Robert, 963

But, Alan, 579

Butcher, see Alfred; Edric; Nicholas; Pain; Ralph; Reginald; Robinel; Roger; William; Wulfric; and Algate, Jordan de; Benedisse, Roger de; Blund, Robert; Bury, John de, & Thomas de; Joye, Benet; Kyng, Thomas le; Leman, Richard; Swyft, Roger; see also Machechrier

Buttele, see Bodele

Buurges, Peter de, 4234; O. his sister, 423

Buxford, William, 896

Byblesword, Hugh de, steward, 527

Bydylk (Bydik), Henry de, 730, 732

Bykir, John, 42

Byrd, John, 954, see also Brid

Bys, William, 235

Bysshop, alias Knyght, Alexander, 239

C

Caen, burial of William I at, 1072

Cakyer, John, 853

Caldecote (Kaldecote), ? Herts., mill of, 1004

Calesby, William, 718

Callere, Robert (le), sheriff, 559, 5623, 711

Camail, Walter, 382

Cambin (Cambyn), see Fulbert, Cambin

Cambio, John de, clerk (of Canterbury), 8778, 881

Cambridge, earl of, see Edmund

Cambridge (Cambrygge, Cantebrigg, Cauntbrigge, etc.)
-, Adam de, 370, 373
-, Henry son of Ralph, 745
-, John, 585
-, Master John, 63, 1033, 1035
-, John, cit. & fishmonger, Agnes & Elizabeth his late wives & Katherine his wife, 1035
-, Nicholas (de) & Agnes his wife, 677
-, Ralph de, 705, 745, 1041

Campe (Caump)
-, Estmund, 366
-, Simon, esquire, 1045

Candelwykstrete, see Cannon Street

Canefeld
-, Reginald, 311
-, Thomas de, 268

Cannon Street (Candelwykstrete, etc.), 213, 298, 374, 380, 386, 405, 407, 410, 424, 427, 458, 460, 1016

Canoun (Canon), Adam, 242, 881, 934

Cans, Robert le, 664

Cant, Cancia, see Kent

Cantebrigg, see Cambridge

Canter (Kanter)
-, Elias le, 596
-, Ralph & Alice his daughter, 68990
-, Roger, 68990; Marsilia his widow, 690

Canterbury, Kent
-, archbishops of, see Anselm; Becket, Thomas; Corbeil, William de; Stratford, John; Sudbury, Simon; Theobald
-, archbishop's soke, 223, 1051
-, archdeacon of, see Roger
-, monks of Christchurch, 527
-, prior of Christchurch, 749, 751

Canterbury (Caunterbury)
-, Henry de, 56
-, John de, 219, 221, 1057; Margaret his wife, 219, 1057; Margery his daughter, 219
-, Ralph of, 11th prior of Holy Trinity, 23, 55, 66, 95, 99, 455, 537, 837, 904, 925, 996, 1029, 1059
-, see also Cambio, John de

Canvill, Richard de, 976

Capeler (Capelere), Richard (le), 1734; Sibyl his wife, 173

Capell
-, Hamon, 171
-, Peter, 171
-, Robert, 171

Capella
-, Henry de, 1004
-, Jordan de, 166

Caponer (Capoeshors), Thomas de, 215

Capper, see Alan; Constantine; Gervase; Ralph; Theobald; and Capeler, Richard le; Eldyng, Stephen; Freure, Ralph; Wall, John atte

Carbunel, Ralph, 582, see also Ralph, coalman

Cardinal's Hat (Cardinalshatt), inn called 490

Cardugan, Hugh, 1045

Carleton
-, Oliver de, 833
-, Richard, 138, 332; Katherine his wife, 332
-, Simon son of Oliver, 833, 846

Carlisle, bishop of, see Chause, Robert de

Carmelites, see White Friars

Carpenter
-, Adam, 770
-, John, 628
-, Stephen, 84
-, see also Henry; Ralph; Richard; Simon; Stephen palmer; Turold; William; Wurthing; and Bertelot, John; Bockyng, Henry

Cadrswell, John de, 664

Carter, see Walter; see also Osbert, chapman; and Billericay, John de; Gamene, Henry

Carteys, Claricia, 75

Carwe, William, his widow, 718

Castell (Castro)
-, Bartholomew de, 66970, 677, 691; alderman, 684
-, Henry de, chaplains of, see Reginald; and W.
-, William de, alias le Armerner, 836

Castle Hedingham (? Halyngham, Hayngham), Essex, 975, App. 14

Casven (Casewem)
-, John, 210, 386, 1059
-, Stephen, 210, 386, 1059

Catelon (Katelon, etc.), Robert (de), 381 382

Catesbery, Nicholas de, & Katherine his wife, 1004

Catesbiry, see Braughing, Herts., Gatesbury

Cauel, Richard, 11, 663, App. 11

Cauntbrigge, see Cambridge

Caus, Robert, 1005

Causton(e)
-, John de, 939
-, Richard; his widow, 216
-, William, 511
-, William de, sheriff, 563, 631

Cavendych (Caundych, etc.)
-, Lettice, 472
-, Roger de, 511
-, Stephen de, escheator, 469, 625
-, Thomas, 531, 1039
-, Walter de, 721

Caxton, Robert, 901

Cay (Cayo), John de, sheriff, 551, 1023

Cadwallus, king, 1072

Celario, Hugh de, 270

Celer, Richard atte, 46, 188

Cestre
-, Ralph de, 378
-, Richard de, 62

Cestrehunt, see Cheshunt, Herts.

Cestrehunt, Edward de, whittawer, 701a

Cestute, John de, 35

Cevethenlane, see Seething Lane

Chachepoll Robert le, 273

Chaddesden
-, Geoffrey de, parson of Long Whatton, 6256
-, Master Henry de, archdeacon of Leicester, 6256
-, Nicholas de, clerk, 625

Chadisle (Chatisle), Richard, 597, 896

Chalfont, William (de), 94, 98

Chaloner
-, Ralph, 204, 993, 1067
-, Simon (the), 380, 993

Chaltone, John, 896

Chambere (Chaumbyr, etc.)
-, Thomas, see Convers, Thomas
-, William, see Convers, William

Chamberlain (de Camera, Camerarius, Chambelyn, Chaumberleyn, etc.)
-, Geoffrey the, 6289
-, Godfrey the, 628, 1015
-, Henry, Parnel his wife & Thomas their son, 722
-, John, 200
-, Jordan, 545, 682
-, Osbert, 618
-, Philip, 87, 89, 92, 909
-, Ralph son of Robert the, 824
-, Robert the, father of Agnes, 442
-, Thomas, 722
-, Thomas son of Robert the, 6345
-, William, (sheriff), 234, 371, 434, 439, 663
-, William brother of Agners, 442, 444
-, William father of Denise, 553, 1019
-, William father of Margaret, 594
-, William son of Jordan, 5456, 553, ?5934
-, William son of Robert, 561, 565, 570, 602, 638, 8245, 1018

Champeneys, Gilbert, 863

Chandler (Chandeler, Chaundeler)
-, Alan & his widow, 636
-, Arnold le, 252, 326, 330
-, Hugh le (two), 839
-, Matilda le, 839
-, see also Matthew; and Chelse, John del; Hatfeld, John, senior

Changour (Chongonur), Adam, 216, 233, 566

Chapeler, Joce or Joseph, 107

Chaplains of London, see London

Champman, John, 715
-, see also Osbert

Chapsheth(Clapsheth), John, 815

Charleton, Thomas, 536

Charterhouse, prior, 285, 412, 472, 475, 843; tenement, 773

Chartres, France, xiv, 8, App. 8

Chatisle, see Chadisle

Chaucer, John, cit. & vintner, 896, 915, 926, 996; Agnes his wife, 915, 926, 996

Chaumbyr, see Chambere

Chaumpeneys
-, Robert, 326
-, William, 552

Chaundeler, see Chandler

Chaundos, Robert, 249

Chause, Robert de. bishop of Carlisle, 986, 988

Cheapside (Chepe, Westchepe), 505, 507, 51617, 525, 537, 543, 632, 6412, 655, 657, 707, 1035, 1043

Cheesemaker, see Richard

Cheke, John, 142

Chelmesford
-, Walter (de) & Agnes his widow, 815
-, Walter (? son of Walter), 81516

Chelse, John de, chandler, 537

Chent. Robert de, 400

Cherenburcer (Cherunburt), Robert son of John, 484, 1022

Chertsey, Surrey, abbot of, 273

Chese, William, 947

Chesewyk (Chesewyke, Cheswyk)
-, Gilbert, 285
-, Henry de, 346
-, Walter de, 259

Cheshunt (Cestrehunt), Herts., nuns of, 856

Chessham, Richard, 405

Chester, bishop of, 824

Chester & Lincoln, earl of, see Ranulf

Chesterford, John, 418

Chesthunt, John de, 110

Cheyndeduit, William de, rector of St. Lawrence Pountney, 401

Chichester, bishop of, see Hilary; Ralph

Chichestre
-, John de, sheriff, 61, 132, 675
-, Roger de, 628

Chick Lane (Chikinelane, Chykenlane), 11, 192, App. 11

Chigwell (Chikewell, Chykewelle)
-, Hamo de, mayor, 940; sheriff, 925, 927, 1029
-, John. 172
-, Nicholas, 1033
-, Richard, sheriff, 425
-, Roger de, 62
-, Simon de, 901, 903

Chircheman, John, cit. & grocer, 364, 770, 772, 773

Chissebech, Margaret de see under Covert

Chivaler, Richard, 511

Chnotte, see Knotte

Chobham, Henry de, 1018

Chose, Roger, 171

Christmas Land (Christemasselond) [parish of St. Olave Hart Street], 144

Chykenlane, see Chick Lane

Chykewelle, see Chigwell

Chyld, Peter, 803, 805

Chyngeford (Chynggeford)
-, Alexander de, 947
-, Alice de, 55
-, Richard de, potter, 456; Christine his daughter, 46
-, Simon son of William de, 880

Chyngelford, William de, 797

Chyvele, William, 815

Cimand
-, Nicholas, 871
-, Peter, 871

Cincur, Robert, 993

Clakton, John, 56

Clapsheth, see Chapsheth

Clapwell, Robert de, & his widow, 465

Clare, Ralph, 839

Clareb, Giffard, 4, App. 4

Claveryng, Richard, 317

Clayhurst (Clayherst) [in Beckenham], Kent, 1004

Clayman (Cleyman), Thomas, 40, 100; Agnes his daughter, 40

Clerk
-, Geoffrey, churchwarden of St. Margaret Fish Street Hill, 287
-, John le, 388
-, Peter rectius William, prior, see below
-, Richard, 941
-, Thomas, 896, 909
-, William, 19th prior of Holy Trinity (Peter), 421, 591, 9956, 1044
-, William le (husband of Agnes le Potter), 915, 919, 940; his widow, 919

Clerkenwell, Middx.
-, hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, 1834, 4612; vice-gerent, see Richard
-, priory of St. Mary, nuns, 326, 447, 529, 632, 664, 670; prioress, see Marcy

Clerkenwell, William de, 1842

Clevehand (Clevhand), Walter, 1867; Matilda his wife, 187

Cleyman, see Clayman

Clinton, Geoffrey de, 4, 11, 12, 871, 875, 998, App. 4, 11, 12

Cloak, gift of, 968

Clothes & other equipment of an Austin canon, App. 8

Clove, John, 768

Clyf, Gocelin, 1057

Cnihtengild, see English Knyghtengild

Cnut, king, 871

Coalman, see Ralph

Cobbe
-, Alexander, 924
-, J., 132
-, Nicholas, 924
-, Walter, 922

Cobeler, John, 939, 941

Coberd, Thomas, alias de Leycestria, 799

Cobham (Cobeham)
-, Adam de, alias Cobhambery, 46, 83
-, Reginald de, 137
-, William de, 427

Coch (Cocher), Robert, 203, 1066

Cock Lane (Cockislane, Colkeslane, Kockeslane), 838, 840, 1021, 1028

Codres, John de, 594

Cofferer (Cofferere)
-, John le, 877, 883
-, Solomon le, 193
-, see also Henry; Bocton, John de

Cofford, Henry de, 815

Cofyn, Peter, 172

Coggeshall (Coggeshale), Essex, abbot of, 943, 947

Coggishale, John, 496

Cok (Coke)
-, James, 595
-, James, cutler, & Joan his wife, 480
-, John, 249
-, John, clerk, 1007
-, Richard, 482
-, Sibyl at, 636
-, Thomas, 81
-, Walter, 107

Cokelin
-, Benet, 860
-, Peter son of Benet, see Peter, clerk

Cokermuth (Cokirmouth, Cokyrmouth), John, 55, 956, 203, 205, 1066, 1068

Cokham (Cokam, Kokham)
-, Henry de, sheriff, 6923, 744, 1014
-, Simon de, 449, 451

Coks, Robert, 290

Colchester, Essex, church of St. Botolph at, xiv, 6, 9, 1070, App. 6, 9

Colchester, William de, & Emma his wife, 842

Colchirch, Henry de, 331

Cole, William. 1020

Colebrok, Robert de, 705

Coleman, John, 6024

Coleman Street, 1012

Coleman(s)church, see St. Katherine Coleman

Colemanhawe (Colmanhawe), garden, 66, 80, 111

Colkeslane, see Cock Lane

Colle, Richard, 174

College Street (Bowelane, Les Arches), 437

Colne, Essex, 995

Cologne, Guildhall of the men of, 243n

Colshill, Thomas & his widow, 176

Colvyle, John, 121

Colwell (Colewell, Colvell), John, (cit. & mercer), 138, 149, 6979

Combe (Coumbe)
-, Edmund, 210, 1059
-, Master John, 488, 491
-, John son of John, 491; Joan his wife, 491
-, Reginald, 210
-, William (de), 221, 1057

Combemartin (Comartin, Commarty)
-, Henry, 219, 1057
-, William de, 834

Compere, Richard, baker, 2412

Conductu
-, Alan de, 1035
-, Reginald de, alderman, 2078, 21012, 1040, 1059
-, Thomas de, cit. & vintner, 4501

Cone, Robert, clerk of John de Chichestre, 1323

Consaldus, 578

Constable, Geoffrey, canon of St. Paul's, 614

Constance, son of King Stephen, 976

Constans, king, 1072

Constantine
-, capper, 161, 163
-, chaplain, 142
-, son of Alulf, see Alulf

Constantinople, Emperor of, 13, App. 13

Constantyn (Constentyn)
-, John (two), 547
-, Richard, 547
-, Walter de, 1038

Convers (Conversus)
-, Master Andrew, 636
-, Roger, 833, 846
-, Thomas, alias Chaumbyr, 10356; Isabel his wife, 1035
-, William, son of Thomas, cit. & fishmonger, alias Chaumber, alias Kelshull, 585, 5901, 10356
-, see also Stephen

Converts (conversi of the Temple), 239

Conyngsby, Theobald de, clerk, 631

Cook, see Arnold; Bartholomew; Edward; Edward son of Robert; Elias; John; Philip; Robert; Simon; William; see also, Benit, Richard de; Cok; Foliot, Gilbert

Cooper's Row (Wouderovelane), 154

Coote, H. C., xii

Copton (e)
-, Agnes daughter of John, see Chaucer
-, Hamo (de), cit. & moneyer, 896, 911, 9256, 996; see also Hamo
-, John, 926, 996

Copyn, Thomas, 891

Corbeil (Corbuil), William de, archbishop of Canterbury, 965, App. 10, 13

Corbet, Roger, 98

Cordiwisse, Sabina daughter of David, 1025

Cordwainer (Cordwaner), see Edmund; Gervase, alderman; Michael; Richard; Robert; Walter

Cordwainer Street, 5623, 566, 572

Coreour, see Curreour

Coringham, see Coryngham

Corner (Cornur)
-, Lawrence, 594
-, Peter at, 674
-, William (de la, le), cit., 197, 229, 369, 595, 1062

Corney (Corneya), Herts., annual fair & weekly market at, 1005; brothers at, 986; their land, 1004

Corney (Corneya), Henry de, 1004

Cornhill (Cornhull). 347, 350, 472, 475, 489, 1014

Cornhill (Cornhell, Cornhull, Kornelle, etc.)
-, David de, 3613
-, Elias son of Richard de, 848
-, Henry de, 344, 859, 1073
-, Joce de, draper, 31617
-, John de, attorney, 49
-, Ralph de, 361, 498
-, Robert de, 497, 1010
-, Robert de, sheriff, 213, 375, 845; [another] 533, 641
-, Roger de, 425
-, Stephen de, sheriff, 45, 4245, 636
-, William de, 3623
-, see also Hupcornhille, Edward

Cornmeter (Cornmonger), Hugh (le), 8634

Cornuto de, monasterio, see Hornchurch

Cornwaleys
-, John 272, (Cornewayle), 330, 941, 954
-, Thomas, 272, 929, 936

Cornwall, duke of, see Edward

Cornwall (Cornewayle, Cornub')
-, John de, 31
-, Peter de, 255
-, Peter de, 4th prior of Holy Trinity, xv, 16, 62, 64, 70, 74, 122, 171, 181, 183, 185, 204, 206, 223, 228, 267, 302, 312, 340, 353, 387, 404, 485, 574, 578, 620, 704, 717, 838, 848, 950, 994, 1015, 1020, 1028, 1051, 1061, 1067, 1069

Corold, see Turold, shoemaker

Coroner, Richard, 480

Corp, Simon, sheriff, 95

Corrodians, 1005

Coram, Robert, 407

Cory (Corry)
-, John, clerk, 212, 952, 958, 1040
-, Michael, 461
-, William, 883

Coryngham (Coringham, Curryngham)
-, Agnes, 149
-, Robert, 42, 52, 143, 145, 149, 190, 802, 808, 905; his famulus, see Adam
-, William son of Robert, 145

Costyn, John, 107

Cosyn, William, 888

Cotekyn, John, 321

Coteler (Cotteler)
-, James, 347
-, Jordan le, 462
-, Katherine, 249
-, see also Cutler

Cotlond, John, 319

Coton, Robert, cit. & draper, 418

Cotyngham, Richard, 896

Coutances, bishop of, see Algar

Coventre(e)
-, Henry de, sheriff, 154, 322, 798, 1016
-, John, 330
-, John de, 764
-, Jordan de, warden (? of Holy Trinity), 115, 7624
-, Ralph de, 181
-, William de, 46, 83

Coventry, chancellor & archdeacon of, see Kylkenny, William de

Covert, John, kt., & Margaret de Chissebech his wife, 212

Craddock Lane (Craddokeslane), 993

Crane, Nicholas, sheriff, 695

Cras (Crasser, Crassus)
-, Geoffrey, 848
-, Serlo, 629
-, Stephen, 566, 571, 613, 930, 1019
-, William son of Geoffrey, 848, 1019; see also Goodchep

Cray (Crey)
-, Edmund de, 37
-, German de, 367
-, John de, 587
-, William de, 298

Crepilgate, see Cripplegate

Crepyn
-, Agnes, 896
-, Juliana daughter of Ralph, 896
-, Ralph, clerk, alias Algate, 198, 722, 896, 905
-, Walter son of Ralph, alias de Gloucester, 2001

Cresburt, John de, 497

Cressingham, Thomas, 179

Creswyk (Cresewyk, Cresswyk), William, 11718, 120, 645, 1037, 1042

Crey, see Cray

Crichcote, Ralph de, 962

Cripplegate (Crepilgate), 665, 672

Cristemasse
-, Robert, 142, 149
-, William, 612, 162, 1667; his widow, 166

Croft, John, 9956

Croke, John, 200

Cron, William (de la), 196

Cross (Cros, de Cruce)
-, Gilbert, 233
-, Helen, 958
-, John, 323
-, John, alias St. Edmund, 233, 295
-, Nicholas, 9435
-, Thomas, alderman & sheriff, 144, 215, 219, 255, 2856, 752, 897, 1057

Crossbowman, see John

Crouche
-, John, 566, 572; Isabel his wife, 566
-, Thomas atte, spurrier, 846

Croucheman, Thomas, 901, 903

Crouere, William (de la), 1060

Crowhurst, John, 1032

Crowmer, William, 151; master draper, 427

'Crowne, le', shop called, 525

Croydon (Croydonne)
-, John de, 287
-, Richard, 246, 249, 251, 254, 272

Crutched Friars (Friars of the Holy Cross), 135, 158, 160, 1635, 168, 170, 172, 934, 1033; prior, see Adam

Cruyland, Richard, 1004

Cucu, Ralph, 335

Cugel, Elfiet, 960

Cuherd, see Brictred

Cumin, spice, 2131018 passim

Cumin, John, 740

Cunighope, William de, 666

Cupere (Cupgher)
-, Martin, 597
-, William, 831

Curcy, Robert de, 960

Curreour (Coreour), Geoffrey & Gunilda his wife, 677; see also Alexander son of Geoffrey

Currier see Bungay, Somon & Thomas

Curryngham, see Coryngham

Curteis (Curteys)
-, Bartholomew, 705
-, John, 176, 332, 863
-, Richard, 251, 303
-, Robert le, & Margaret his wife, 704
-, Robert son of Robert le, 7045

Curtilages, 236

Cuspy, Robert, 855

Cust, John, 893

Cutler, see Eudes; Peter; Stephen; and Cok, James; Hert, William; Sturry, Simon; see also Coteler

Cylbryght, John, marshal, 900

Cyprian, master, 241

Cytoler, Robert le, 552

D

Dacia, Oliva daughter of Robert de, 800

Dacus, David, 394

Dalby, John, 249; chantry priest, 954, 995

Dallying, John, 632

Daners, Richard, 472

Danger
-, Reginald, baker 2489, 316
-, William son of Reginald, 248

Daniel, draper, 1012

Daniel (Danyel)
-, Walter, 905, 945
-, William, 40, 81, 927, 934, 1034, 1038; [another], 924, 947

Dapifer, see Gregory; and Bohon, Humphrey de; Martel, William

Darcy, John, 615

Darkyngton, Reginald, cit. & fishmonger, 581

Dartford (Derteford, Dertford, Dortford), Kent, hospital of, 815; nuns of, 51

Daubeney, Stephen, 883

Dauncere, John, attorney, 266, 660

Daunehurst, John de, 418

David, king of Scots, 1, App. 1

David
-, son of Ralph, 963
-, son of Ralph, vintner, 551

David
-, John, 783
-, Thomas, 799

Davis, E. Jeffries, xviiixix

Dawe
-, Simon son of William, 878, 881
-, William, 878

Dedynton, Nicholas de, 958

Delabare, Geoffrey, 331

Delpare, R., 873

Denicomb, Henry & Alice his widow, 685

Densouth, Richard, 307

Denton, Robert, chaplain, 1035

Denxmars (Denxmas)
-, Bartholomew, cit. & ropemaker, 410
-, Thomas son of Thomas son of Robert, cit. & ropemaker, 410

Denys, John, 730

Denyver, John, 242

Depam, Roger de, alderman, 673

Depedene, Richard de, & Roysia his daughter, 897

Derby
-, Richard de, clerk, 131
-, Robert (de), 677, 679
-, Thomas de, 664

Derekinus, spicer, 262, 1010

Derekyn (Derekkyng), Richard, 488, 701

Derhant, William, 290

Derman (Dermannus), priest of St. Peter ad Vincula, 964

Derman, Nicholas, 888, 901, 903, 925, 927, 940

Dertford (Derteford), see Dartford, Kent

Dertford, Eustace de, 730

Desert, Roger, sheriff, 1073

Despenser, Hugh, 80

Deubeneye, Henry, 905

Deverose, John, 554, 562

Devon, sheriff of, 1004

Dewmars, Robert, 83, 87

Dieubeys, Walter, 94

Digge or Gigge, John, 891

Dilli, Fulk de, 1005

Diringus, 234

Distavelane, Cecily de, 913

Doctor (Medicus), see Ernulf; Gregory; Iwodus; Ralph; Roger

Dodding Pond (Doddyngpond, Duddyngespond), 871, 958, 964

Dode, John, cit., 712

Dodenham, William, see Thodyngton

Dogett (Doget)
-, John, 305, 307; [another], 305
-, Walter, sheriff, 264, 268, 506, 588; Alice his widow, 268

Dokesworth, Richard, 348

Dokett, see Duket

Dolcell, Simon, mayor, 81

Domesday Book, 1072

Donewich, Richard de, 751

Donkele, Roger, 511

Donyngton
-, Hugh de, 440
-, John, 472

Dorchester (Dorset), Master Alexander de, 5289, 707

Dordrecht (Durdraght), Holland, wool carried to, 1040

Dortewold, John, 96; see also Bortewold

Dortford, See Dartford, Kent

Double (Dowble)
-, John, 290
-, Richard, 246, 249, 251

'Dove', brewhouse at sign of, 11, App. 11

Dover, Kent, 14, App. 14

Dowgate, 430

Dowry, see Legal matters

Draper
-, Alan, 264, 267, 314
-, Laurence, 316
-, see also Daniel; and Adrian, John; Blunt, Norman; Boteler, John (le); Cornhill, Joce; Cotton, Robert; Crowmer, William; Gedeney, John; Hyham, John; Nolyf, Thomas; Welles, Thomas; Weston, William; Wyndesores, Godfrey de

Draplers, fraternity of, 427

Drayton, Roger, 454

Drichepyn, Osbert, 871

Drury, Nigel, sheriff, 904

Druy, Geoffrey, 317

Du Bary, Simon, 62

Dubber, see Toltrich, Henry

Dubbur (Dubhour)
-, Ailwin, 426
-, Solomon le, 1017

Dublin, archbishop of, see Loundres, Henry de

Ducarel, A. C., xii

Duddyngespond, see Dodding Pond

Dugdale, William, xi

Duke (Duc, Duce, Dux), Roger (le), 222, 242, 606, 618, 856, 862, 1009, 1017; mayor, 304, 744; sheriff, 283, 548, 690, 693; weaver, 224

Duket (Doket, Dokett)
-, Humphrey, 4245
-, Mary, 454
-, Nicholas, sheriff, 74, 43940, 442, 4534, 1018, 1073
-, Ranulf, 453

Dullyng, David (de), 89, 92

Dulyngham, Martin & Agnes his wife, 903

Dunmowe, Richard, 815

Dunnus, Ralph, 678

Dunstable, Beds., 2, App. 2
-, priory of St. Peter, 10, App. 10; prior, see Bernard

Dunstapel, John de, sheriff, 665

Dunston, William, 701a

Durant, Robert, sheriff, 1073

Durdraght, see Dordrecht

Durham, bishop of, see Rufus, Geoffrey; William

Durham (Dorham, Dunelm, Duream, Dureyn, etc.)
-, Henry de & Agnes his wife, 38990, 1016
-, John de, 662
-, Margery daughter of Henry de, 390
-, Thomas de, 190, 331, 355; alderman, 115, 126, 3801, 383; sheriff, 571, 1019
-, William de, bailiff of London, 899; sheriff, 68, 189, 259, 489, 764, 792

Dyche, Richard atte, 409

Dycton, Robert de, see Kyngiston, Robert de

Dyer, see Stephen

Dykeman, William, 100

Dykonn, Richard, 127

Dyry, William, 249

E

Eastcheap, 262, 271, 306, 310, 312, 101112

East Smithfield, 871, 921, 937, 9456, 950, 9612, 964

Ebbgate (Ebgate, Ebbegate), 394, 398, 1035

Ecclesale
-, John, clerk, 1035
-, Robert & his window, 896

Echyngham (Echynghamme)
-, James son of Richard, 57
-, Richard brother of Simon, 57
-, Robert, 56
-, Simon de, parson of Hurstmonceaux, 57

Edbert, king, 1072

Edes, Henry, 200

Edesworth, Stephen de, warden of London, 899

Edeua daughter of walter, 2034

Edgar, king of all England, 871

Edith, queen of England, 13, App. 13

Edith, widow, 1004; see also under Estmund

Edmonton (Edelmeton), Middx., 991, 1004

Edmund, king & martyr, 1072

Edmund (Ironside), king, App. 1

Edmund, lord, brother of Edward I, 920, 955

Edmund (Eadmund), 1004
-, alderman, 809; see also, Warde, Edmund
-, baker, 227, 1055
-, bedell, see Bedell
-, canon of Holy Trinity, 16, App. 16
-, cordwainer, 1007
-, earl of Cambridge, 1005
-, gate-keeper, 931
-, mercer, 493, 496
-, prior of Holy Trinity, xv, 14, App. 14
-, smith, 292
-, tailor, 405

Edmund
-, Thomas, 585
-, William, 585

Edredeshede, see Queenhithe

Edric (Edricus)
-, butcher, 271
-, father of Bartholomew de Algate, 930
-, merchant, 8878

Edulf, hosier, 1578

Edward, the Confessor, king, xxiii, 13, 871, App. 13

Edward, king & martyr, 1072

Edward I, king 871

Edward II, king, 1005

Edward III, king, 959, 1005, 1047

Edward, duke of Cornwall, etc., 519, 1047

Edward, 963
-, cook, 270
-, of Essex, see Wulmar
-, priest, 232
-, son of Alfward, 871
-, son of Gocelinus, 950
-, son of Robert, cook, 137
-, son of Simuus, 963
-, vintner, 529

Edward, John, 954, 9956

Edwin
-, felter, 199
-, son of Oswant, 232

Eilricus, 'rusticus' & Godlune his wife, 964

Elilwin, see Ailwin

Eldyng
-, Hugh de, 190
-, Stephen (de), capper, 163, 1912

Eleanor, queen (of Henry II), 14, 1002, App. 14

Eleanor, queen (of Henry III), xiii, 982, 9867

Elias (Helia, Helius)
-, canon of Holy Trinity, 968
-, cook, 171
-, Jew, 708
-, mercer, & Matilda his wife, 314
-, moneyer, 7501
-, priest, 271
-, son of Godard, see Godard

Eliot, John, 940

Elsing Spital (Elsyngspitel), prior of, 677, 697

Elsyng, William (de), 677, 679

Ely, Cambs., bishop of, 871

Ely
-, John de, sheriff, 1073
-, Ralph (de), 565, 1018
-, Robert, 585
-, Roger de, sheriff, 455, 587, 590, 1035; Agnes his daughter, see Rayham
-, William, sacristan of St. Paul's, 625

Elylond, Ralph, sheriff, 1073

Elyngham
-, John, 290
-, Roger de, 100

Empascorat, Picotus, 1004

Enfeld (Enefeld)
-, David de, 670
-, John de, 511, 702, 1039; [another], 725, 906; [? another], 896

Enfield (Enefeld), Middx., 1004

Engleis, Walter le, sheriff, 378, 906, 1007

English Knyghtengild (Cnihtengild, etc.) & soke of, xiii, xv, xviixviii, 11, 109, 871, 873, 874, 875, 876, 960, 962, 986, 998, 1005, App. 11

Epping (Eppyng)
-, Edmund, alias Spyng, alias del Ax, 8045
-, Roger, 919

Erith
-, John, 745, 749
-, Mary, 745

Erkenwald, shrine of, see St. Paul's

Ernald
-, 'horsdrivere', 9389; his widow, 939
-, priest of St. Mary Somerset, 609
-, son of Simon, bowmaker, & Margaret his daughter, 380

Ernulf, 423
-, doctor, 962

Esby, John, 871

Espayne, see Spain

Essex
-, bishop on visitation in, 995
-, earl of, see Mandeville

Essex
-, Andrew, 215
-, Geoffrey de, goldsmith, 332, 406, 658, 1008; Lettice his wife, 1008
-, Henry de, king's constable, 973
-, John de, 735
-, Richard (de), shopkeeper, 510
-, Walter de, 505, 734, see also Totham
-, see also Wulmar son of Edward of Essex

Est, William, 41920

Estbrok, Richard, brewer, & Agnes his wife, 117

Estchep
-, Edmund son of Thomas de, 264
-, Hugh de, 272, 299300
-, Thomas de, 264, 272, 301

Estmund, alderman, 394, 960; Edith his widow, 729

Eston, Robert de, cit., 530

Estreys, Haman le, 197

Estrilda, sister of William nephew of Keneward, 9023

Estwyk, Thomas de, cit. & fishmonger, 1035

Eswy (Aelwy, Aschwy, Aswy)
-, Agnes relict of Adrian, 389, 1016
-, Ralph, sheriff, & mayor 307, 571, 636, 1018; [another], 694
-, Richard, alderman, 617
-, Stephen (de), kt., 305, 307, 695, 1043
-, Master Thomas, canon of St. Paul's, 534
-, William, sheriff, 476, 505, 7567, 912, 1021

Ethelburt, king & martyr, 1072

Etheldred, king, 871, 1072

Eu, John (de), 248, 499

Eudes (Eudo)
-, cutler, 395
-, fishmonger, 582

Euere (Eure, Evere)
-, Henry (de), 103, 330
-, John (de), 3445
-, Roger (de), 345
-, Walter, 748, 1041
-, William, ironmonger, 1035

Eustace, count of Boulogne, App. 1

Eustace, earl, son of King Stephen, 975

Eustace
-, bishop of London, see Fauconberg, Eustace de
-, mercer, 546
-, nephew of Fulcred, 963
-, 8th prior of Holy Trinity, 20, 37, 43, 47, 93, 97, 103, 173, 195, 197, 245, 293, 307, 322, 344, 369, 374, 450, 451, 534, 684, 787, 871, 905, 906, 916, 921, 928, 1008, 1060
-, son of David, 476, 840

Eustace, Peter son of, 901, 498

Everard (Everand, Everhard)
-, Alan, 595
-, Thomas, 506, 622

Evesham, Worc., abbot of, 56, 59, 227, 1044, 1055; his inn, see 'Abbotesyn'

Evesham, Thomas, 216

Evi, Ralph, 316

Ewelle, Richard de, sheriff, 476, 505, 912, 1021

Ewerer, see Geoffrey

Ewhurst (Uherst), Surrey, parson of, see Kelsey, Thomas

Exchequer, 871; plea roll of, 982

Exeter, Devon, xiv, 4, 11, 998, 1004, App. 4, 11
-, bishop of, see Bartholomew; Brantingham, Thomas; Warelwast, Robert
-, treasurer of, see Salisbury, John de

Exeter (Excestre), Robert, 17th prior of Holy Trinity, 29, 290, 374, 491, 568, 737, 773, 1048

Exsport, John, 424

Exton (Extone)
-, Nicholas, 332, 745
-, Thomas, 805

Eylond, John, 659

Eynesford, William de, 1004

F

Facet (Facetus, Faiciet, Faith, Fayth, Lafait)
-, Master Henry, 64, 74, 810, 815
-, John son of William, 814
-, Ralph la, 273
-, William (le), 2723, 80910, 81314, 902

Fairchyld, Geoffrey, 326

Faith, William le, see Facet, William

Fanchurch Stret, see Fenchurch Street

Faneneri, John, 388

Fanner (Fannere)
-, Henry, 450; [another] & his widow, 936
-, Robert, 436

Farndon (Frandon)
-, Nicholas de, 73; alderman, 631; mayor, 55, 66
-, William de, sheriff, 451

Farrier, see St. Albans, Adam de

Fastolf, Hugh, 725

Fauconberg (Fawkenberge), Eustace de, bishop of London, 372, 1004

Faukoner, John, 249

Faversham (Feversham), Kent, 1072, App. 14

Feld, Geoffrey at, 783

Felford, Gilbert de, 1008

Felim (?), Peter, 316

Felter (feltrarius, feltriere, feutrier), see Edwin; Gilbert; and Blunt, Peter

Fencherch, see St. Gabriel Fenchurch

Fenchurch Street (Fanchurchstret), 105

Ferbourne, William, 472

Ferebras (Ferbras, Fererbras)
-, Gunote, 691
-, John, 388
-, Stephen, 408

Ferrinier, Gilbert, 350

Ferrun (Ferre, Ferron, Ferun, etc.)
-, Alexander (le), alderman, 4612, 467, 1010
-, Andrew, 7601; Wymarca his wife, 761
-, John son of Alexander, 462
-, Pentecost, 219, 1057

Ferrour, see Wylymyn, John

Ferthyng, J., 132

Festigart, Gilbert, 625

Feutrier, see Gilbert, felter

Fevre
-, Humphrey le, sheriff, 329, 515
-, Ralph, sheriff, 307, 501

Fifhyde, John, mercer, 117; sheriff, 188n

Finatat, Alfred, 1015

Fince, Ordgarus, 185

Fingre (Fyngre), Henry de, sheriff, 73, 767

Fink (Fynk, Fynks)
-, James, 761
-, William, 317

Fipbod, John, see Fifhyde, John

Firminus, chaplain, 390

Fish Market, see Old Fish Market

Fisherman, see Baudricus

Fishmonger, see Eudes; Pain; Roger; Stephen; and Ascheton, John; Blunt, Richard; Brid, German; Cambridge, John; Convers, William; Darkyngton, Reginald; Estwyk, Thomas de; Kelshull, William; Lambyn, Henry; Long, John; Mockyng, John; Newport, William; Newton, John; Ostage, William; Rufus, Alexander; Triple, John; Upchirch, Hugh; see also Stockfishmonger

Fisshbourn, William (de), 272, 274

Fitz Ailwin, see Ailwin

Fitz Alulf, see Alulf

Fitz etc., see under patronymic

Flanders, Guy of [Flandrensis], 494

Flel (Flael)
-, Matilda, 103
-, Ralph, 206, 366
-, William, 1028

Flemyng
-, Robert le, 916, 921, 928
-, Walter le, (of Bexhill), gate-keeper, 91617, 921, 928

Flete, Simon, mercer, 525

Flitt (Flytt), Richard de, 688, 723, 1023; Alice his wife, 723, 1023

Flori, William, 208

Flynt, Walter & his widow, 607

Flynthard, Richard, 579

Fokes, William, 539

Folbert, see Fulbert

Folde, Robert atte, 370, 373

Foleham, see Fulham, Middx.

Foliot
-, Gilbert, bishop of London, 14, App. 14
-, Gilbert, cook, 136
-, Richard, 1019

Folond, Stephen de, 705

Fonte, Geoffrey de, 66, 137

Fontevrault, burial of Henry II at, 1072

Forda
-, Robert de la, 856
-, Thomas de, sheriff, 535
-, Walter de, cit., 4367; Christine his wife, 437
-, William de, 991

Fordam, John, keeper of the privy seal, 1005

Forester (e), Reginald le, 276

Forfot, Sexi, 963

Forger, see Ailward

Forges, 471

Fornham, Master Henry de, clerk, 378

Forster (Foster)
-, Henry, 712
-, Richard, attorney, 290, 480, 491, 613
-, Robert, 636
-, Stephen & Agnes his wife, 364
-, Walter, 472, 475, 705, 1041

Founder, see Wodeward, William

Foundur, Margery la, 711

Fourneux, see Furneux

Fowest, Thomas de, 705

Fowliner (Fouliner), John, 2467

Frandon, see Farndon

Franks, Simon, 732

Franyer, Ralph, 1018

Fratrer, John le, 77

Fraunuces (Franceis, Frances, Fraunceis, etc.)
-, Adam, 498, 536, 712
-, Gylminus, 203
-, H., 826
-, John, 309
-, John, baron of the exchequer, 982
-, John le, goldsmith, 489, 1014
-, Roger & Alice his widow, 783, 785
-, Simon, mayor, 411

Fraxinent, Roger de, 979

Free Warren, grant of, 1005

Freedom, admission to, 177

Frekeberewere, Robert & N. his wife, 813

Frensch, John, 469

Frenyngham, William, 636

Fresh Wharf (Froyssher Werf), 258

Freton, Thomas, broderer, 562

Freure, Ralph, capper, 1813

Friars, see Austin Friars; Black Friars; Crutched Friars; Grey Friars; White Friars

Friars of the Penitence (Jewry), 530

Friars Preachers, see Black Friars

Fridaiestrete, John de, 436

Frosher
-, Geoffrey, 258; wharf named after, see Fresh Wharf
-, William, 258

Frowyk
-, Geoffrey de, goldsmith, 331, 336, 53940, 659, 1010
-, Henry, 659
-, Henry de, sheriff, 215, 921, 928
-, John, 715
-, Laurence, sheriff, 516, 616, 756, 795
-, Roger, 165, 330
-, Thomas, 595

Froysh, Richard, 89

Froyssher Werf, see Fresh Wharf

Frye, Richard le, attorney, 742

Frytmonger, John, 801

Fulbert (Folbert, Fulberti)
-, Cambin & Christine Cambyn his widow, 334
-, Michael son of William, 4567
-, William, 456
-, William son of William, 456, 810

Fulc (Fulk)
-, baker, 346
-, of Lime Street, 64

Fulc, Gilbert (fitz, son of), alderman, 39, 86, 150, 161, 167, 310, 371, 734, 811, 818; see also Gilbert, alderman

Fulchred, limeburner, 942

Fulcredus, 271, 91819

Fule Lane, 129

Fuleham, Walter de, 280

Fulham (Foleham), Middx., 359

Fullere
-, Reginald le, 285, 309
-, Robert, 249

Fuloc, Edgar, 963

Furbur
-, Ernaldus, 456
-, William le, 377

Furmage, Robert, 575

Furnell, Henry de, 701 a, 1004

Furner, Martin le, 233

Furneux (Fourneux)
-, Robert, 305, 309
-, William & his widow, 896

Furneys, Isabel, 898

Fuster, Walter le, 785

Fynch, William, 480

Fynchyngfeld, Walter (de), 73, 659

Fysch
-, Henry, 755
-, John, 805

Fysymon, John, 210; see also Symon

G

Gadesby, Robert de, 957

Galeys (Galeis), see Waleys

Game, William, 958

Gamene, Henry, carter, 93941

Gant, see Want

Gardiner (Gardino, Gardyner)
-, John, 947, 951
-, Ralph de, & Roesia his wife, 310
-, Roger (le), 8801, 923; Alice his wife, 880
-, Stacius de, clerk, 134
-, Stephen le, & Florence his wife, 921

Garland (Gerlond)
-, J., 235
-, John, 242; sheriff, 1073
-, Thomas, 235
-, William, 42

Garton (Garto)
-, Hugh de, 55, 498
-, John, 511
-, Thomas de, 498

Gate
-, John, 881
-, Peter at, 843
-, Richard atte, 252
-, see also Porta, Walter de

Gate-keeper, see Edmund; Hugh; John; Ralph; and Flemyng, Walter le; Long, Richard

Gatton, Robert de, 1004

Gaunt
-, Augustine le, 428
-, John of, duke of Lancaster, 1005; execustors of, 708, 891

Gautrun, Walter, 799, 801

Gavelet, see Legal matters

Gaver, John, 562

Gedeney, John, master draper, 427, 480, 745

Gelusdi, Benet, goldsmith, 362

Geoffrey
-, alderman, 346
-, baker, 676, 678, 856
-, chanceller, 875
-, chaplain, son of Warin, 676
-, clerk, 947
-, ewerer, 938
-, glover, 157
-, minister of the sheriff, 185
-, priest, 672
-, Brother, rent-collector, 247
-, shopkeeper, 1010
-, son of Robert, 1004
-, son of Stephen, see Stephen, Geoffrey son of
-, son of Susan, see Trentmars, Geoffrey
-, tanner, 871; [another], 948
-, vintner, 4978
-, young (iuvenis), 171

Gepiswych, see Ipswich

Geraldus, 960, 963

Gerard
-, master of the hospital of St. Giles, 829
-, warden of the queen's wardrobe, 252

Gerard
-, Edmund son, of, sheriff, 744
-, Henry, 562

Gerlond, see Garland

German
-, clerk, 144
-, mercer, 2723; Rose his daughter, 272
-, parmenter, 270, 1020

Gersuma, see Legal matters

Gervase
-, alderman, (Barn), 58; (Bran), 82, 94, 97, 190; (cordwainer), 35, 90, 171
-, ? baker, 171
-, capper, 39, 140, 170
-, clerk, 963
-, son of Agnes, 963
-, see also Aldermanbury; Gracechurch

Geryn, John, 863

Gesors, see Gisors

Giffard, Robert, kt., 237

Gigge, see Digge

Gilberd, John, 153

Gilbert, 496
-, alderman, 50, 62, 204, 1067; see also Fulc, Gilbert
-, (the Universal), bishop of London, xvii, 779, 966, 969
-, canon of Holy Trinity, 970
-, chaplain of St. Katherine's hospital, 986
-, clerk, 387, 4712
-, cook, see Foliot, Gilbert
-, felter (feutrier), 236
-, moneyer, 859
-, priest, 963
-, 7th prior of Holy Trinity, 19, 68, 124, 129, 134, 470, 530, 535, 716, 769, 802, 880, 890
-, son of Benet (? de Hakeneye), 908
-, son of Walter the Woolmonger, 472, 1014
-, whittawer, 1012

Gilds & fraternities, see Drapers; Rectors; Saddlers; Skinners; Tailors; and under St. Michael Cornhill

Gill (Gille, Gyll)
-, Alan, 239
-, John, 748, 751
-, Robert, 63, 822
-, William, 85

Gillingham (Gilyngham, Gillyngham)
-, Alan (de), attorney, 351
-, John, 237

Ginges, Roger de, Henry & Robert his brothers, 226, 1054

Gipeswich, see Ipswich

Girdler, see Henry; and Tryp, Nicholas; see also Gyrdelere; Seinturer

Giseborne (Gysseborne, Gyseburne)
-, Adam de, 3745, 1008; Marcella his wife, 374, 1008
-, Stephen de, 344

Gisors (Gesors, Gysors, etc).
-, Anketin de, alderman, 55
-, Edward, 254
-, Francus, 600
-, James, 254
-, John (de) (I), 189, 756, 1016; alderman, 447, 501; mayor, 533, 641
-, John (de) (II), 599600, 1031; his widow; 600
-, John (de) (III), mayor, 99, 925, 927, 1029
-, John (IV), 254
-, Peter de, 447, 454, 552; Joan his daughter, 447
-, Thomas, 462

Gladewyn, Richard, attorney, 557, 607

Gladwin, Margaret his widow, 812

Glastonbury, Somerset, abbot of, 499; see also Bath & Glastonbury

Glastonbury, Eustace, 175

Glazier, see William

Gloucester, earl of, 111; see also Mandeville, Geoffrey de

Gloucester (Glovernia)
-, Richard de, 73, 155, 745
-, Walter de, see Crepyn

Glover, see Geoffrey; Lambert; Walter; and Hertford, John de; Stortford, Ralph de; see also Want

Goda, usurer, see Ralph

Godacus, see Murte

Godard
-, brother of Walter the alderman, 199
-, brother of William the Goldsmith, 672
-, merchant, 271
-, priest, 963

Godard
-, Alan, 642
-, Elias son of, 2067
-, Geoffrey, merchant, 4889
-, John & Christine his widow, 552
-, Katherine, 642

Godchep, see Goodchep

Godesname, Richard, 705

Godesune
-, Algar son of Ralph, 963
-, Edmund, brother of Ralph, 963
-, Ralph, 963

Godfray, William, 925

Godfrey (Godefrey)
-, priest, 963
-, prior of the hospital of St. Mary without Bishopsgate, 1028
-, treasurer, 963

Godhewe (Goodhewe)
-, Auger, 797, 801
-, Henry, 801
-, Henry, father of Auger, 801; Katherine his wife, widow of Moses, see Waltham, Moses de

Godhier, see John son of

Godistold, Robert, 511

Godlune, see Eilricus

Godmund, mercer, 1223

Godmund, see William, son of

Godrun(s)lane, see Gutter Lane

Godstow (Godestowe), Oxon., nuns of, 761, 866

Godwin, 963
-, alderman, 394
-, son of Firminus & his wife, 942

Godwyne (Godewyn)
-, Nicholas, skinner, 4723
-, Stephen son of Thomas, 473
-, Thomas, 4723, 475
-, see also Philyppere

Godyn, John, 486

Gofair (Gofairer), see Waffrer

Goldcorn (Golcorn)
-, Joan, 891
-, John, 920, 955

Goldsmith, see Andrew; Benet; Ingelinerus; John; Leofstan; Nigel; Ralph; Reginald; Richard; Roger; Tewals; Walter; Walter son of James; William; Zachary; and Bacwell, Thomas; Essex, Geoffrey de; Fraunces, John le; Frowyk, Geoffrey de; Gelusdi, Benet; Hakeney, William de; Ipswich, Robert de; Kemesyng, John; Lacer, Richard; Scot, Laurence; Travers, Walter; Wendleswurth, Stephen de

Goldsmithery, 1035

Goldyng father of Robert, see Waterladere, Robert(le)

Good, John, attorney, 648

Goodchep (Godchep, Goodcheep)
-, Hamo & (Isabel) his widow, 246, 249, 2512
-, Henry & Agnes his wife, 1035
-, Jordan, sheriff, 47
-, Philip, 651
-, Roger, 848
-, William, alias Crassus, 849

Goodlak, Thomas, 552

'Goot, le,' tenement called, 1041

Goraleng, soke of, 609

Gorges, Christine, 330

Gorgurer, Gerard, 730

Gorney (Gourneye), James, alias le Shereman, 3501; & Joan his wife, 351

Gouayr (Goueyre)
-, John, 461
-, Roger, 476

Gowell, Richard, 664

Goy (Goye)
-, Robert, 181
-, Walter, 306

Gozo son of Ralph the Vintner, 497

Graas, Stephen le, sheriff, 1073

Gracechurch (Graschirch), see Wilemy, John

Gracechurch Street (Graschirchstete), 317, 319, 321, 323, 330, 334

Grapefige, William, sheriff, 512

Grapinell, Henry, 123

Graschirch, see All Hallows Lombard Street

Graschurch (Graschirch, Greschirch)
-, Gervase de, 1013
-, Robert (de) & his wife, 219
-, Roger de, 195

Gravesend (Gravisend), John, 151, 745

Gray
-, lord de, 203, 1066
-, Richard, 184

Gregory
-, brother of William Russo, 400
-, chaplain, 136
-, dapifer, 962
-, Master, doctor, 776

Grene
-, Boidinus (de, atte), 49, 305, 308, 313; Alice his wife, 313
-, Simon atte, 382, 490

Grey, John de, 1005

Grey Friars (Friars Minor), 631, 1033

Greylond, Robert, 922, 947; his widow, 922

Greyner, Baldwin le, 604

Grocer, see Chircheman, John; Gyn, Richard; see also Pepperer; Spicer

Gross, Charles, xiixiii

Grove, William, 418

Grun, 529

Guildhall, 996; chapel, 1034; clerk of the chamber, see Osberne, Richard; curtilage of, 711; garden, 243

Guile, Walter, 704

Gunter, 814

Guthlok, Cecilia, 115

Gutter Lane (Godrun(s)lane), 6412, 646; see also Alexander

Gwayt, Ivo (Ives) le, 32930; Matilda his wife, 329

Gyfford, William, bishop of Winchester, 4, App. 4

Gylderford, Henry, 301

Gyll, see Gill

Gyn, Richard, cit. & grocer, 41718

Gynnor (e), Thomas, 123

Gypwich, see Ipswich

Gyrdelere, John, 518

Gyesburne (Gysseborne), see Giseborne

Gysors, see Gisors

Gyspo, William, 635

H

Haberdasher?, see Ballio, John de

Habitonne, John de, prior of the hospital of St. Mary without Bishopsgate, 208

Habyndon, see Abindon

Hackney, Middx., 921

Haco, deacon, 871, 963, 966

Hadestoke (Haddestok, Hadestok)
-, Richard, chaplain, 7912, 794
-, Roger de, 457
-, William de, 5667, 572, 1007

Hadham (Haddam)
-, John, 808
-, William de, 799, 808

Hadlee (Hadele, Hadle), John, mayor, 5023, 588

Hailee (Hayle), John de, 6845

Hailesdon, John, 518

Hakborne, see Bonaventure

Hakeney (Hakeneye)
-, Benet de, 173, 175, 179, 221, 9057; Emma his wife, 9056, 947; see also Gilbert, son of

Geoffrey de, & Agnes his wife, 1029; see also Haneke
-, John, alias Hauteyn, 345, 947
-, Nigel de, 311
-, Richard de, 129, 134, 590; [? another], 311
-, Robert, 587
-, Robert (de), woolmonger, 880, 896, 899, 905
-, Warin de, 8934
-, William de, goldsmith, 912
-, see also Osbert, chapman

Haket
-, Adam, 639
-, William, 946

Haketon (Aketon), Robert de, 667, 669

Hakrege, Ralph de, 634
-, Halden (Haldenus), 185
-, William son of, 185
-, William de, recorder of London, 441

Hale
-, Thomas, canon of Holy Trinity, 915, 996
-, William (atte, at), cit. & taverner, 36, 40, 915, 926, 954, 996; Agnes his wife, 36, 40, 46, 83, 436, 996; see also Halle

Halewyk, John de, 946

Halimote, see Legal matters

Haliwell (Halywell), Middx., priory of St.
-, John, 292, 347, 362, 365, 378, 529, 657, 674, 725, 811, 825, 838, 841, 848, 864, 1018; prioress, see Matilda

Halle
-, John, 405
-, Stephen atte, 482
-, William, 243, see also Hale

Hallen, Alfwin, 960

Halliwell, David de, 219

Hallyngby (Halyngby), Adam, 631

Halsted (Halstede)
-, Asketin, whittawer, 8024
-, John, 98
-, Peter de, alias de St. Paul, chaplain, 344, 347
-, Ralph, 98

Halton, Henry, sheriff, 480, 613

Halyngham, see ? Castle Hedingham, Essex

Hamelamstede, William, 386

Hamerton, John, 903, 954

Hamme (Hame), William (de), woolmonger, alias Woolchirchehawe, 21416, 486

Hammes, Richard, 883

Hamo
-, butler, 548
-, moneyer, 833, 846; see also Copton, Hamo
-, son of Constantine, 2389

Hamond, John & his widow, 427

Hamstede, see Hanstead, Herts.

Hamundesham, Edmund de, 770

Hanaper, 871

Hanasted, William, 725

Haneke, Geoffrey de, 894; see also Hakeney

Hanham, Robert (de), 712

Hanhamsted, Thomas, 386, 572

Hanin (Hanyn), John, deputy alderman, 304, 306, 316

Hansard, William, 229, 1062

Hanstead ? (Hahnstede), Herts., 1004

Haradon (Haryngton), William, 18th prior of Holy Trinity, 30, 243, 398, 480, 581, 727, 749, 898, 954, 996, 1040

Harang, Thomas de, 668

Hardel (Hardell)
-, Edmund, sheriff, 1073
-, John son of William, 11012, 235, 237
-, Michael, 126
-, Ralph, mayor, 32, 146, 355, 476, 832, 893, 912, 983, 1021; sheriff, 218, 327, 720, 1056
-, Robert, 115, 204, 347, 430, 4501, 1017, 1067; sheriff, 262, 549
-, Thomas son of William, 11012; Agnes his wife, 111
-, William, 11013; mayor, 1011

Hardy, Thomas, 642

Hardyngham, Henry & his widow, 345

Harmer, F. E., xiii

Harold, king, 1072

Harpe, John, atte, 179, 748; his widow, 179

Harwe, John (de), 294, 622

Haryng (Hareng), Ralph, 622, 1004

Hastings (Hastyng)
-, Ralph de, 1002
-, William, 285

Hat, Roger, 400

Hatfeld (Hattefeld)
-, Denise, daughter of John, senior, 648
-, John, 414
-, John, senior, chandler, 317, 648
-, Peter, 414
-, Richard, 317
-, Roger, 21415
-, Simon, 1034
-, Thomas, son of John, senior, 648

Hauekyn
-, , broderer, 885
-, John, 132, ?883, 885, 1032; rent collector, 415

Haukeseye (Hakeseye), Geoffrey, 891, 937; his widow, 891

Hauteyn (Hautein, Hawteyn)
-, John, see Hakeney, John
-, Walter, sheriff, 144, 215, 752, 897

Haverhill (Averhull, Haverhull, Haverill) etc.)
-, Brithmar de, 1024
-, James de, 280
-, John, 954
-, Richard de, 157, 1022
-, Simon, 878, 1034
-, Thomas de, sheriff, 183, 4423, 663, 1011, 1022, 1024, 1028, 1073; Ida his widow, 7823
-, William de, king's treasurer, 818
-, William de, sheriff, 273, 663, 7245, 1012, 1073
-, William de, son of Brithmar, & Alice his wife, 1024

Havering, Essex, 1005

Haversand, William, sheriff, 54

Haveryng
-, John de, 849
-, William & his widow, 896

Hay, John, 216

Haydon, Essex, 418

Hayngham, see Castle Hedingham, Essex

Hayron, John, 679

Haywharf Lane (Heiwharflane), 418

Hearne, Thomas, xi

Hecstan, 931

Heldest, John, 632

Helebuc, Robert, 280

Helia, see Elias

Helpiston, John & his widow, 801

Hemenhale, Edmund de, 392

Hende, John, 454

Henewade, Geoffrey de, 958

Henkle, John, 46

Henore, John, 469

Henry I, king, xiiixv, 1, 2, 4, 5, 10, 12, 780, 874, 875, 960, 979, 998, 1005, 1072, App. 1, 2, 4, 5, 10, 12

Henry II, king, xv, 13, 15, 426, 1002, App. 13, 15

Henry III, king, 10045

Henry, son of Henry II, 14, App. 14

Henry
-, bureller, called Juvenis, 4089
-, carpenter, 62, 215
-, clerk, 904
-, cofferer, 766; Joan his wife, 7667, see also St. Edmund, John de
-, girdler, 406
-, mason, 923
-, mayor, see Ailwin, Henry fitz
-, prior of Wenlock, 796
-, son of Alfred, 1012
-, son of Rennerus, 3878
-, son of Turgisius, 624

Henteston, Ralph, 130

Herbert, bishop of Avranches, see Hubert

Herberti, Matilda, 791

Hercmonnceux, see Hurstmonceaux

Herdy, Stephen, 480

Here, Siward, 963

Hereford, bishop of, see Bethune, Robert de

Hereford (Herford, Herthford)
-, , countess of, 92, 94, 96
-, Hugh, 210, 1059
-, Laurence de, 576
-, Richard, 94, 96
-, Richard de, & Isabel his wife, 832
-, Robert de, 234
-, William de, alderman, 131, 144; sheriff, 274, 557, 784

Hereloc, Roger, 777

Hereward, 963
-, Palmer, 948
-, Ruffus, 950

Herghes, Andrew de, parmenter, 1012

Herl, Ralph son of, 333

Herlawe, John, 309

Herlicon (Herlion), John son of, sheriff, 270, 1073

Herliyn, John, 171

Herlowe, William & his widow, 562

Herman, canon of ? Southwark, 895

Herne, Walter in le, 951

Heron (Heroun), see Heyron

Herrings, gift of, 232

Hert
-, Henry, cit., 898
-, William, cit. & cutler, 480

Hertford, John de, glover, 2201

Hertwell, Thomas & Alice his wife, 229

Hertyng, William de, 130

Hervy, shoemaker, 932

Hervy (Hervi, Hervey)
-, John, 105; [another], 921, 934
-, John son of, 932
-, Walter, bailiff of London, 899; mayor, 173, 195, 197, 293, 344, 787, 1060; sheriff, 68
-, William, 502; [another], 768

Hese, Richard (de), 578, 5823

Heston, Middx., 1004

Hethingham, John, attorney, 648, 996

Heved, Richard, 896

Heyham, John, see Hore, John le

Heylisdon, John, 330

Heyron (Heron, Heroun, etc).
-, Ralph de, 1004
-, Thomas, 502
-, Thomas, 14th prior of Holy Trinity, 26, 252, 351, 473, 699, 1046

Hilary, bishop of Chichester, 973

Hildresham, Peter de, 537

Hill (Hyll)
-, John atte, & his widow, 317
-, Robert atte, 216

Hinton (Hynton)
-, Henry, 600
-, John de, & his widow, 600
-, Roger, 188

Hippynke, William, 903

Hirton (Hyrton), Henry, 219, 1057

Hispania, see Spain

Hocton (Hoctonis)
-, Hugh fitz, constable of the Tower, 213
-, Laurence de, 215

Hod, Robert & Katherine his daughter, 552

Hoddesdon (Hoddisdon, Hoddysdon)
-, Edmund, cit. & mercer, alias Barnet, 482, 735
-, John de, 99
-, Richard & his widow, 482
-, Richard son of Richard, 482

Hodenhoe (Hoddenho), Herts., 1004

Hoder (Hodere)
-, Elias le, 370, 373
-, John le, cit. & skinner, 239, 1033; Margery his widow & Joan her daughter, 1033
-, Peter le, skinner, 772, 783, 785
-, Simon le, bedel, 940, 1032

Hodestok, William de, & Joan his daughter, 711

Hog Lane (Hoggestrete), 958

Hoggenlane, see Huggin Lane

Hogles, Walter, 281

Hok (Hoke), see Hook

Holborn, hospital of St. Giles, 97, 126, 283, 312, 545, 752, 977, 1010; master of, see Gerard

Holborn Bridge (Holbourne Brygge), 830

Holborne, Nicholas, 260

Holebagge, Atheliza, 687

Holecuhame, see West Ham (?)

Holherst, Walter de, 834

Holy Trinity Aldgate
-, arms of, xxiii
-, canons, see Alan; Edmund; Elias; Gilbert; Ralph; Richer; Robert; Rusus; Walter; Warin; and Axbridge, Thomas de; Brole, William; Buruch, Walter; Hale, Thomas; Wymbyssh, Richard
-, chaplain of St. Michael, see John
-, choirboys, 1032
-, church, 1, 4, 9, 1213, 871, 875, 973, App. 1, 4, 9, 1213
-, fabric, 1033
-, foundation of priory, 135 passim, 871, App. 116, 31
-, garden, 871, 889, 891, 908, 925
-, infirmary, 1007
-, mill, 871
-, parish, xvii, 80, 993, 1020; see also St. Katherine Cree; St. Mary Magdalen; St. Michael Aldgate
-, priors, list of, 1030 passim
-, sacristan, 37, 107, 899
-, sub-prior, 372; see also Robert; Walter

Holy Trinity the Less, parish, 5703, 1018, 1030, 1035

Holyland, John, sheriff, 1073

Holyrode Wharf, 870

Hondesdych, see Houndesdych

Honilane, Elias de, 552

Honyteil (Honiteil, Huniteil)
-, Peter, clerk, 68, 701
-, Richard, 71

Hoo, William de, 674

Hooham, see Howham

Hook (Hok, Hoke)
-, Henry at, 83, 901, 954
-, Thomas at, 85, 87, 89, 92; his widow, 85

Hore
-, John le, alias Heyham, 674, 783; Joan his widow, 674
-, Walter le, 477, 479; Berta his wife, 479

Horeh, Alfred & Norman his son, 887

Horer, John, brewer, & Alice his wife, 727

Horermed, William, see Arras, William de

Horleus, alias Pyioun, John, 896

Horn (Hornn)
-, Egidia, 321
-, John, 319
-, John, sheriff, 37, 197, 437, 664, 787
-, Martin, 2924; Alice his wife, 2923

Hornchurch (de Monasterio Cornuto), Essex, master of, 66

Hornepitesune, Adelardus, 871

Horner
-, Geoffrey, 903
-, John, 295; [another], 901, 903

Horold, Roger, 878

Horsedriver (horsdrivere), see Ernald

Horsham, William, 896

Horton, William de, prior of the hospital of St. Mary without Bishopsgate, 208

Horwode (Horewode, Horerwode, etc.)
-, Alan de, attorney, 61, 132, 156, 211, 266, 309, 356, 368, 478, 580, 660, 675, 795
-, John, 562; [another], 595, 708, 815, 817; Matilda his wife, 817
-, Richard, 174
-, William, 642

Hosier, see Edulf; Walter

Hosteler, Simon, 833, 846, 945

Hotot, Nicholas, 486

Hottere, Robert, 938

Hougate, Thomas, 587

Houndesdych (Hondesdych, Hundesdich)
-, Julian, 83
-, Laurence, 871
-, Richard, 905, 916
-, Solomon son of Laurence, 871
-, Stephen, 913

Houndsditch, 878, 881, 883, 885

Houses
-, built of stone, xx, 223, 430, 453, 484, 493, 707, 1014, 1017, 1022, 1051
-, named (including inns, shops, etc)., see 'Abbotesyn'; 'Bacunnysyn'; 'Basket'; 'Bole'; 'Brodeselde'; Cardinal's Hat; 'Crowne'; Dove; 'Goot'; 'Legge'; 'Oitheram'; Paul's Tavern; 'Petyt'; 'Threleggs'; 'Weuel atte Stone'; Winchester Seld
-, tiled roof, 1067
-, with an oven, 195
-, see also Latrines; Sewers; Stables; Tenter-grounds

Hoveldere, Simon, 912

Hovyle, Thomas & Katherine his wife, 242

Howham (Hooham), John, 799, 801

Hubert
-, (Herbert, Hubert Albrinc), bishop of Arranches, 739, 1002
-, chaplain, 729
-, priest, 963
-, queen's chamberlain, 1004
-, uncle of Roger, see Roger, nephew of Hubert

Huggin Lane (Hoggenlane), 646, 660

Hugh
-, ? baker, 171
-, clerk, 136
-, gate-keeper, 933
-, mason, 32
-, master of the hospital of St. Bartholomew, 829
-, Palmer, 61213
-, priest, 612
-, prior of Bermondsey, 338
-, son of Baldwyn, 1004
-, son of Ralph, 871
-, son of Ralph, 871, 963

Huingus, a monk, 970

Hull (Hulla)
-, Agnes de, 827
-, Benet de, 678

Humbert, prior of Bermondsey, 462

Hume, Aldwin & Alice his wife, 71819

Huniteil, see Honyteil

Huntemanne, Adam, 249

Hunter, Dr. William, xixii

Hupcornhille, Edward, 871

Hur, ? prior of Mountjoy, 43

Hurer (Hurere)
-, Alan le, 18991
-, John le, 186, 191; Isabel his wife, 191
-, Walter le, & his widow, 179

Hurricus, 967

Hurstmonceaus (Hercmonnceux), Sussex, parson of, see Echyngham, Simon de

Huscaill, Roger & William his son, 1020

Huscardus, see Robert

Hutman, Adam, 168

Hwyte, Robert, 260, 1033

Hyham, John, master draper, 427

Hyll, see Hill

Hynelond, William, rector of St. Olave, 175, 177

I

IIchester, Richard of, bishop of Winchester, 73940 742

Ilgirus, 644

Illefoster, James, 494

Ingelinerus, goldsmith, 639

Ingellard, 691

Ingestret, see Maiden Lane, near Wood Street

Ingolf (Ingulphus), baker, 1545

Innocent III, pope, 871

Inns, see under Houses

Inquisitions, see Legal matters

Insula, Walter de, alderman, 366, 771

Ipswich (Gepiswych, Gipeswich, Gypwich, etc,)
-, Laurence de, 890
-, Nicholas de, clerk, 154; Matilda his widow, 9289
-, Reimund de, moneyer, 72930; see also Reimund
-, Robert de, goldsmith, 6924

Irchestre, Reginald, 628

Ireland, 16, App. 16

Ireland (Irlond, Yrlond, etc.), Thomas (de), alias Brandon, 184, 186, 350; cit. & skinner, 352; sheriff, 441

Ironmonger, see Euere, William

Ironmonger Lane (Ysmongerslane), 5278, 533, 535

Isele (Ysle)
-, John, 642
-, John, junior, 642

Isle of Thanet, Kent, 6, App. 6

Islelane, Henry, 799

Ives, chaplain of St. Sepulchre, 829

Ivo, Theobald (fitz, son of), 11; App. 11; See also Theobald, alderman

Ivory (Iuory, Yvory), William, 298, 313

Iwodus, doctor, 962

J

James, 942
-, 'lord', 734
-, master, 223, 968, 1051; [?another], 1059
-, alderman, 387, 736; mayor, 1073
-, chaplain, 20910; his widow, 210
-, clerk, 963
-, priest, 993
-, son of Bartholomew, sheriff, 1073

Jernemouth, Nicholas de, & his widow, 200

Jerusalem, Richard I in, 871

Jewry, see also Friars of the Penitence

Jews, land not to be pledged or sold to, xix, 45946 passim; see also Elias; Seymoth; and Petevyn, Benet

Joce (Josceus, etc.)
-, barber, 1007
-, junior, (alderman & sheriff), 262, 283, 386, 406, ?4423, 528, 1010; Felicia his wife, 263, 284, 458, 1010
-, son of Peter, alderman, see Peter
-, son of William, 449
-, vintner, see Ralph, brother of
-, weigher, 4012, 485; sheriff, 993; Bola his daughter, 401

Joce, Nicholas son of, 355, 507

Jocelin, bishop of Bath & Glastonbury, 1004

Jofne (Jeofne, Jeofer)
-, Constantine, sheriff, 1073
-, John le, sheriff, 1073
-, Jokel, le, sheriff, 1073
-, Peter, sheriff, 1073

John, king, 871

John
-, chaplain, 891
-, chaplain of St. Michael, 471, 700, 1058
-, chaplain of St. Clement, 1058
-, chaplain of the Bailey, 471
-, clerk, 552, 804, 905; [another], 977
-, cook, 832
-, crossbowman, 842
-, deacon, 109
-, gate-keeper, 945
-, goldsmith, son of Bartholomew Blund, 6556
-, goldsmith, son of James, 335, 338
-, junior, 405
-, parmenter, 4645, 1020
-, preacher, 83
-, priest, 963
-, priest of St. Peter Westcheap, 1024
-, prior of Launde, 871
-, prior of Mont-St.-Eloi, 7, App. 7
-, prior of St. Bartholomew, 785
-, reeve of Laleham, 447
-, son of Bernard, 124, 380
-, son of Daniel, 3346, 635, 771, 1012
-, son of Edwin, 963
-, son of Geoffrey, 552
-, son of Godhier, 137
-, son of Nigel, see Nigel
-, son of Norman, see Norman
-, son of Peter, 732
-, son of Robert, 933
-, son of Serlo, see Serle, John
-, son of Terricus, 539
-, son of William the Cook, 682
-, spicer, 812; sheriff, 1073

John
-, Nicholas, potter, 955
-, Richard son of, 355
-, Robert son of, sheriff, 332, 539, 856

Jon, Louis & his wife, 995

Jonner, William, 629

Jordan, 529
-, priest, 400
-, son of Seth, 157

Jordan (Jurdan)
-, Thomas, alias Black, 137, 4578
-, Thomas & Alice his wife, 2923
-, William, 414

Joseph, priest, 963

Joye (Joie)
-, Benet, butcher, 262
-, Clement (de), 502, 800
-, Katherine, 47, 51, 53
-, Robert, tiler, 85
-, Walter, 262
-, William son of Clement, 512, 82, 85

Jukell, sheriff, 687; see also Jofne, Jokel le

Juliana, abbess of the Poor Clares, 855

Juncarius, see Alphanus

Junior (Juvenis, le Juvene, etc.), see Geoffrey; Henry, bureller; Joce; John; Matilda; Nicholas; Stephen; Thomas; and Jofne

Jurdan, see Jordan

Jury, see Legal matters

Justice, Ralph le, 4345, 4445, 553, 566, 589, 1018, 1019; Denise his daughter, 434, 444, 1018, 1019

K

Kaldecote, see Caldecote, Herts.

Kampeden, Robert de, skinner, 820

Kant, see Kent

Kanter, see Canter

Katel, William, 912

Katelon, see Catelon

Katenham, Geoffrey de, 684

Katherine, abbess of the Poor Clares, 956

Kegworth, Simon, 615

Kelles Alley (Kelshillisaleye), 1044

Kelsey (Kelesey, Kelysseye)
-, Robert, alias (de) Bery, 36, 38; Margaret his wife, 38
-, Robert (de), 518, 520, 1038
-, Thomas (de), (clerk, parson), 51821

Kelshull (Kelcyll, Kellhull, Kelshill)
-, R. de, 742
-, William, cit. & fishmonger, & Agnes his wife, 1035
-, William, cit. & fishmonger, alias Convers, see Convers, William

Kemesyng
-, John (de), baker, 4278; his widow, 427
-, John, goldsmith, 427

Kempe, John, bishop of London, 995

Kendal (Kendale)
-, Stephen, 632
-, Thomas, 575

Keneward (Kenewardus)
-, turner, 930, 932, 938
-, uncle of William, see William

Keneward, John, 933

Kent (Cancia, Kant, etc.)
-, John (de), 94, 878
-, Richard de, 567, 62
-, Thomas, 374
-, Thomas de, 212
-, Walter de, 216
-, William de, 72
-, William de, cit. & tailor, 665

Kentish Town, (Kentissetune), Middx., 1004

Kenutus, tanner, 1012

Kersteven, Robert, 409

Ketellus, 234

Keuelinus, king & martyr, 1072

Killburn (Keleburn, Kylbourne), Middx., nuns of, 437, 848, see also Sancto Benedicto, Joan de; prioress of, 114, 295, 863, 865

Kinardisle, Simon de, 4545; Margery his wife, 455

King's barker, see William

King's bench, justice of, see Stonor, John de

Kingus, 948

Kirkeby, John, 418

Kisselynbury, Richard, mayor, 410

Knightecote, William, sheriff, 588

Knightrider Lane (Knyghtryderlane) 595

Knights Templar, 8289

Knollys (Knoll), Robert, 233; kt., 186, 525; Knolles college, see Pontefract, Yorks.

Knotte (Chnotte, Knot)
-, Ancelinus, 285
-, Richard, 2856, 289

Knut, Peter, 677

Knyght
-, Alexander, see Bysshop
-, Peter, 239
-, William, 305

Knyghtengild, see English Knyghtengild

Kockeslane see Cock Lane

Kokham, see Cokham

Kokyr, John, incumbent of St. Botolph Algate, 954

Kolemere, John de, 1018

Konncedieu, Richard, 224

Kornelle, see Cornhill

Krauer, John, 901

Kydemynstre, Simon de, 326

Kylinworth, Adam, 309

Kylkenny (Kylkeni, Kylkeny), Master William de, chancellor & archdeacon of Coventry, 818, 981, 1005

Kyneli, Turold de, 258

Kyng (Kyngs)
-, Alan, 5789
-, John, 585
-, Richard, 172, 188; [another], 307
-, Stephen & his widow, 705
-, Thomas le, butcher, 8345, 1029; Alice his wife, 834, 1029
-, William, 705

Kyngisson (Kyngeston, Kyngsone), Henry, 575, 584, 586

Kyngiston (Kyngeston, Kynggestonne)
-, Henry, see Kyngisson
-, John, 130, 1323, 186, 1035
-, Robert de [? alias Dycton], clerk, 2545

Kyngsbery, Thomas de, 622

Kynred, king, 1072

Kyronland, see Maiden Lane

Kyssere, Gilbert le, 767

Kytell, John, 285

L

Lacer (Lac)
-, Adam, 776
-, Agnes, 590
-, John, 590
-, Richard, goldsmith, (mayor), 177, 4401, 613, 6946, 7012; Alice his daughter, see Marny, Robert; Katherine his daughter, see Pole
-, Richard, junior, 441
-, William le, 701

Lacy, Peter, 566

Lafait, see Facet

Lagele, Gunilde, 74, 76

Laleham, Middx., reeve of, see John

Lambard, (Lambert)
-, Robert, 888
-, Robert son of Robert, 88890; Albreda his wife, 8889
-, Thomas, 629; sheriff, 1073
-, William, 913

Lambe, Richard, 863

Lambert, glover, 9423, 993, 1020

Lambeth (Lamee, Lamheth), William (de), 219, 10567

Lamburne, James de, kt., 820

Lambyn
-, Edmund, 285
-, Henry, fishmonger, 2856
-, John, 285, 289

Lancaster, duke of, see Gaunt, John of

Lancastre, Thomas, 745

Lane (in venella)
-, Adam, 989
-, Henry in le, 808, 1038
-, Peter (le, atte), 98, 11213

Langedon, Thomas, 939

Langhorne
-, Alice, 595
-, John, 595
-, John, brazier, 815

Lanham, Ralph de, 824

Lapyn, Roger, 367

Lardener, Robin, master of fraternity of St. Anne, 374

Laston, John de, 447

Latrines, 646

Launceston, Cornwall, 10, App. 10

Launde, Leics., prior of, see John

Laurence
-, chaplain of St. Alphege, 680
-, clerk, 776
-, plumber, 426
-, son of Pain, 285

Laurence, John, 233

Law, men learned in, see Braddeman

Lawe, John, 909

Layer Marney (Leyre Marny), Essex, chantry in church of, 441

Layston (Lefstanechirch), Herts., 1004

Leddrede, William de, & Margery his wife, 927

Ledulf (Lyedulfus), 229, 369, 1062

Lee
-, John at, 1001, 919, 954; Agnes his wife, 101
-, Richard atte, 427

Leesnes, see Lesnes, Kent

Leflyf (Leflye)
-, James, 351
-, John, 3501

Lefsi, 814

Lefstanecher, Richard de, 280

Lefstanechirch, see Layston, Herts.

Legal matters
-, acquittances, 217, 287, 661, 699, 727, 773, 103844
-, dowry, 434, 493
-, final composition, 165
-, final concord, 629
-, gavelet, 491014 passim
-, gersuma, xix, 391067 passim
-, halimote, 942
-, indentures, 1011042 passim
-, inquisitions, 81, 224, 285; post mortem, 674
-, jury of twenty-four, 309
-, lease for 100 years, 208
-, leases, restrictions upon, see Jews
-, miskenning, 1521061 passim
-, mortmain, statute of, xix, 480, 491, 737, 920, 1005
-, plea in exchequer, 982
-, plea in king's bench, 742
-, pleas in the Husting, 34817 passim
-, pleas of assize, 290, 480, 491
-, pleas of taking naam, 541064 passim
-, quit rents, xvixx, 521034 passim; sale of,
-, quitclaims, 2081029 passim
-, recognisances, 2251053 passim
-, release, 118962 passim
-, rents: clove-gillyflower, 197, 215, 255, 292, 378, 425, 447, 1007; cumin or pepper, xix, 901018 passim; rose, 378; 'schaldflet', called, 991
-, shartford, judgment of, 133 & n, 269, 4789, 721
-, socage, bishop's, 489, 811, 848, 1018; king's, 1401056 passim
-, wills proved in Husting, 1431037 passim; entered in cartulary, 10317 see also Attorneys; Freedom

Leget, Helmyngus, 224, 305, 412, 1052

'Legge, le', shop called, 525

Leggy (Legg, Legge), Thomas, alderman, 541, 705, 748, 1041

Legh, Walter de, 631

Leicester, archdeacon of, see Chaddesden, Henry de

Leighs, Essex, prior of, 224

Leman (Lemman)
-, John, 305, 309, 480
-, Richard, butcher, & Margery his wife, 309
-, William, 309, 323

Lenn, see Lynne

Leofstan (Leofstanus, Liovestanus)
-, goldsmith, 871, 1005
-, reeve of London, 1072

Leowinus (Leofwinus), priest, 807, 963

Lesnes (Leesnes, Lyesnes), Kent, abbot of, 603; brothers at, 986; manor of, 1004

Lesthild, John, 673

Lesuer (Lesu)
-, Alice de, 632
-, John de, 70

Leuegar, priest, 871; see also Peter son of

Leuere, John, apprentice of John de Cantebregg, 1035

Leuesham
-, John, 81
-, Roger de, 58, 889, 912, 916, 1007

Leuesine, smith, 960

Levelyf, Simon, 258

Lewes (Lewys), Sussex, prior of, 557; tenement of the prior of, 5623, 1019

Lewes, William (de), 104, 901

Lewisham, Kent, prior of, 215

Leycestre (Leycestria)
-, Alexander de, 783
-, John, 395
-, Roger de, 326
-, Thomas de, see Coberd
-, Walter, 367
-, Walter de, 770

Leyr, William le, 617

Leyre Marny, see Layer Marney, Essex

Leyton, Essex, 10045

Lichfield, see Chester, bishop of

Liesn, John de, 335

Lilleshall, Salop, abbot of, 155, 165

Lime Street (Lymstrete, etc.), 11, 1223, 125, 818, App. 11; see also Fulc; Nolicia

Limeburner, see Fulchred; Lymbernere

Limerick, bishop of, see Edmund, canon

Lincoln, bishop of, see Bloet, Robert

Lincoln (Lyncoln, Lyncolne)
-, John de, sheriff, 111, 450, 537
-, Margery, 907
-, Richard de, skinner, 732
-, Robert de, 332
-, William, 642

Lindraper (Lingedraper, Lyndraper)
-, Benet, 280
-, John, 839
-, Laurence, 950

Linendraper, see Allyngebery, Adam de

Linton, ? Cambs., App. 13

Linton (Lynton, Lyntona)
-, Alexander de, 1022
-, Roger (de), 642

Listyngston, Thomas, sheriff's chief clerk, 309

Littlinton, Edward de, whittawer, 718, 720

Living (Lunngus), alderman, 185, 644 see also Lungus

Locwrichte, William, 400

Lodeby
-, Richard de, alias More, 849, 851
-, Walter de, 849

Lodewyk, Robert, 309

Lofe, see Love

Loftie, W. J., xii

Lok, John, 5312

Lombard Street (Longebordstrete, Lumbardstrete, etc.), 363, 367, 373, 472, 4901

Lomhuth, Richard de, 252

London
-, archdeacon of, 965, 990; see also Belmeis, William de (I); Mareni, Hugh de; Nicholas
-, archdeacon's official, 165, 431, 534
-, bishops of, see Basset, Fulk; Belmeis, Richard de (I); Fauconberg, Eustace de; Foliot, Gilbert; Gilbert the Universal; Kempe, John; Maurice; Northburgh, Michael; Ste. Mre Eglise, William de; Sigillio, Robert de; Stratford, Ralph; Sudbury, Simon de; Wyngeham, Henry de; lands, etc. of, 877, 1004
-, chaplains (in general), 529, 621
-, fires in, 31, 13
-, Letter-book C & Liber Dunthorn, xii
-, sheriff's farm of London & Middlesex, 958
-, Tower of, see Tower of London
-, see also Aldermen; Gilds & fraternities; Guildhall; Halimote; Mayor & commonalty; Reeve; and under the names of churches, parishes, streets, etc.

London
-, John, sacristan, 107
-, John de, 628
-, Master Walter de, 430
-, see also Robert son of Gervase

London Bridge, 64, 302, 610, 752; estate, 243, 854; wardens & masters, 317, 751n, 855

London Stone, 31, App. 31

London Wall, xiv, 12, 146, 731, 790, 824, 825, 998, 1018, 1024

Londonstone
-, John, 233
-, William de, 4278
-, see also Ston

Long (Longe, Longus, Lung, Lunge)
-, Benet, 298, 314
-, Henry le, 1007
-, James son of Robert, 3267
-, John, 894
-, John, fishmonger, 477, 479
-, John le, 515, 901, 904
-, Nicholas, 894, 896, 922; his widow, 894
-, Ralph, 3856, 1015
-, Richard, 7823; gate-keeper, 785
-, Robert, 314, 316, 1013
-, Roger, 3256

Long Whatton (Longwatton), Leics., parson of, see Chaddesden, Geoffrey de

Longebordstrete, see Lombard Street

Lorchon, John, 93940

Lorirner, see Morpat, John de

Louekenore, Thomas de, 767

Loundres, Henry de, archbishop of Dublin, 449

Louthe (Lowthe)
-, Walter, 642
-, William, sheriff, 491

Love (Lofe), Reginald, 186, 188 Lovekyn

Lovekn
-, John, 294; mayor, 951
-, Matilda, 590

Lovel, Philip, treasurer, 819, 982

Lovett, Thomas, 597

Lucas, Richard, 995

Lucy (Luci)
-, Geoffrey son of Richard, 64
-, Richard (de), 64, 961, 973, 975, 9778, 1002, 1004

Ludgate (Luthgate), 832

Luke
-, priest, 271
-, (le Aylere), stockfishmonger, 2545

Lumbardstrete, see Lombard Street

Lumbour, Richard, 752

Lunar, William de, 934

Lung (Lunge), see Long

Lungus, priest, 963

Lunngus, see Living

Lupus, see Wolf

Lusore (Lusores), Warner de, 9957, 1005

Lutekyn, Adam, 229, 1062

Luthgate, see Ludgate

Luymudhe, piece of land next Luian, see West Ham(?)

Lychfeld, Master Thomas de, 646

Lyedulfus, see Ledulf

Lyghtfot, Robert, 642

Lymbernere (Lymbarner, Lymbrennere)
-, John le, 323
-, Richard, 482
-, Walter, 856

Lymesay, Edward, gent., 1045

Lymstrete, see Line Street

Lynne (Lenn)
-, Ralph de, tailor, 610
-, Robert de, 447
-, William, 216

Lyons (Lyouns), Richard, 566, 568, 572

Lyrper (Lyrpper), Gilbert, alias Baker, 664, 685

Lythum, Richard, 995

Lyttille, John, 751

M

Mabun, John, 901

Machechrier
-, Ralph, 2712
-, Richard, alias Blandecute, son of Sivat, 31213, 316, 1011; Matilda his daughter, 31314
-, see also Butcher

Maiden Lane (Ingestret), near Wood Street, 661

Maiden Lane (Kyronlane), in Vintry ward, 566

Maidenestan, see Maydston

Maillard, Gilbert, 828

Maionelane, see Mincing Lane

Maitland, William, xi

Makenheved, William, 65

Makesey, Robert, 465

Malcolm, king of Scots, 1072, App. 1, 13

Malgerus, uncle of Gilbert the clerk, 471

Mallyng
-, Adam de, 160, 164
-, Reginald de, 161, 167
-, Richard, 566

Malmesbury, Richard, 995

Maltmetere, Peter & Agnes his wife, 192

Malwyn (Malewayn), John, cit. & merchant, 51, 224, 289, 309, 41011, 1052; Margery his wife, 410

Man, William, 801

Mandeville (Mandaville, Maundevilla, Maundevyle)
-, Geoffrey de, 873
-, Geoffrey de, earl of Essex, xv, 9602, 972, 1004; Rohesa his wife, 962
-, Geoffrey de, earl of Essex & Gloucester, 5278, 701a
-, John, 224, 1052
-, Ralph de, 79
-, Walter de, 1004
-, William de, earl of Essex, 527, 701a, 1004

Manekin (Manekyn), Geoffrey, 663

Mangunelane (Manunlane), see Mincing Lane

Manhale
-, Robert, 42
-, William, 55, 71516, 896

Manifeld, Robert de, & his widow, 830

Manschipe
-, Alexander & his widow, 107
-, Roger, 107

Mansel, Henry, 824

Mantel, Lady Roais, wife of Robert, 209, 1058

Marc, William, 1005

March, earl of, 44, 66, 137; see also Mortimer, Roger

March (e)
-, Gilbert de la, potter, 144, 810, 813, 815; see also Potter
-, John de la, alias le Potter, 48, 557; see also Potter
-, Thomas de (la), 63, 813, 815, 820
-, William de la, 813, 815

Marchall, Marescall, see Marshal

Marchaunt
-, John, 511
-, Nicholas, 511

Marcy, Agnes de, prioress of Clerkenwell, 665

Marem, John de, 1015

Mareni (Mateni)
-, Hugh de, archdeacon of London, 964
-, William de, dean of St. Paul's, 965

Maresmay (Mayresmay), Peter, see Roger, Peter fitz

Mareys (Marreys), John, chaplain of Salcott Virley, 441, 482, 622

Margaret, saint, queen of Scots, 1072, App. 1, 13

Marines, Hugh de, 1004

Mark Lane (Martelane, Marthelane), 173, 175, 1007

Markele, Robert, 465, 480

Marlee, see Morlee

Marny (Marney, Marni)
-, Edmund, 130
-, John, 627
-, Robert, 833, 846
-, Robert, kt., 613, 696; Alice (de), his wife, daughter of Richard Lac, 37, 4401, 613, 696

Marshall (Marchall, Marescall, etc.)
-, Alexander, 462
-, Geoffrey, 336
-, Gilbert, 367, 370, 373
-, Godewin, 388
-, Godfrey, 896
-, Hugh, 772
-, Ralph, 460, 9001, 905, 91113; Matilda his wife, 912
-, Richard, 367
-, Robert, 480
-, Robert le, 664
-, Roger, smith, 172
-, Simon, 8967; Roysia his wife, 897
-, William, 424
-, William son of Alice, 336
-, see also Cylbryght, John; Taillefer, William

Martel, William, 824; dapifer, 960, 973, 978

Martelane (Marthelane), see Mark Lane

Martelane, Hervy de, 905

Martin
-, baker, & Eugenia his wife, 771
-, prior of St. Mary Southwark, 1028
-, rector of St. Edmund, 360
-, smith, 7256; his widow, 725
-, son of Alice, alderman, 442; sheriff, 1073
-, son of Benet, 910
-, son of William, see William, Martin son of

Martin's Lane (lane of St. Martin Orgar), 3967, 1016

Martrino, Hugh de, 335

Martyn, Henry, 276; Matilda, ? his wife, daughter of Benet son of Luke, 276

Mary, Simon fitz (son of), alderman, 461

Mary Axe Street (Seyntmarystrete), 799, 801, 808

Maryns
-, John & his widow, 105
-, Thomas (de), chamberlain, 105, 177, 411, 473, 673

Maseliner (Mazeliner), William (le), 4989; Roisia his wife, 499

Mason, see Henry; Hugh; William

Mateni, see Mareni

Mathew (Matheu)
-, John, 996
-, William, 995

Matilda
-, empress, 1004, App. 1, 13
-, queen (wife of Henry I), xiiixv, 1, 4, 9, 11, 13, 997, 1001, 1072, App. 15, 910, 13
-, queen (wife of Stephen), xv, 14, 9601, 972, 974, 976, 97880, 1004, App. 14
-, daughter of Henry II, App. 14
-, daughter of King Stephen, 14, 973, 977, App. 14
-, Juvenis, 3934
-, prioress of Haliwell, 811
-, prioress of St. Helen, 336

Matthew
-, alderman, 228, 2345, 387, 1061
-, baker, 3534
-, chandler, 65, 292; Joan his widow, 65

Maune, Walter, 562

Maurice
-, Master, 967
-, bishop of London, 873

Mawfeld, Geoffrey, 260

May (Maii)
-, Adam, coroner, 996
-, Hugh, 90
-, John, 184
-, Ralph, 8890
-, Richard, 35, 50, 250, 933, 1067
-, William, 123

Maydour, Robert le, 252

Maydston (Maidenestan), John (de), king's clerk, 235, 237

Makyn, John, 137

Mayn, John, 664

Maynard, John, 607

Mayor & commonalty, 421

Mayresmay (Maresmay), see Roger, Peter fitz

Mazerere, William (le), sheriff, 192, 425, 496, 534

Megre, John, 472, 480

Meguzer (Meguser)
-, Nicholas le, 800
-, Norman le, 800
-, William le, 787; see also William, whittawer

Meldeborne, Gilbert, attorney, 188

Melford, Master William, 622, 625

Melkere, William (le), 299301

Meluarad, see Monener

Menchunlane, see Mincing Lane

Mend, Ralph de, 171

Mendeham (Mandeham)
-, Master Benet de, 754
-, Roger de, 7545

Mercer, see Adrian; Alexander; Alfred; Augustine; Edmund; Elias; German; Godmund, Paulinus; Robert; Serlo; Wygot; and Broun, Walter le; Col well, John; Fifhyde, John; Flete, Simon; Hoddesdon, Edmund; Refham, Richer; Wodcok, John

Merchant, see Brian; Edric; Godard; Simon; and Godard, Geoffrey; Malwyn, John

Meremearer
-, Adam, 607
-, Richard, 607

Mereton, see Merton

Mereworth (Merworth)
-, Richard, 405
-, Simon (de), sheriff, 99, 386; 409

Merk, Henry, 772

Merlan, Richard, 830

Mersch (Merssh)
-, Gilbert & his widow, 450
-, Ralph, 772

Mersk, Robert, 290

Merton, Surrey, church of St. Mary in, 10, App. 10; canons of, 386, 397, 10223

Merton (Mereton)
-, Alice de, abbess of Barking, 1007
-, John de, 270

Messager (Mesagere)
-, Adam le, & Zarilda his wife, 168
-, Simon le, 184

Messende (Messendone), see Missenden, Bucks.

Michael
-, clerk, 2389
-, cordwainer, 1023
-, son of John, 1015
-, son of Stonphardus, 86
-, unctor (? seller of grease), 144, 210, 1059

Micham (Michham), Peter (de), 3823

Middlesex
-, archdeacon of, see Belemis, Richard de (II)
-, farm of London and, see London, sheriff's farm

Middleton (Middilton)
-, Henry de, 1035
-, John, 239; [another], 566; his widow, 718

Miles, Roger, 715

Milkechirche, see St. Leonard Eastcheap

Miller, see Simon

Milreth, William, sheriff, 996

Milward, John, 278

Mincing Lane (Maionelane, Mangunelane, Manunlane, Menchunlane, Mynchynlane, etc.), 2045, 2079, 1040, 1058

Minor (Minour, Minur), John le, sheriff, 213, 510, 716

Minoresses, see St. Clare without Aldgate

Miskenning, see Legal matters

Missenden (Messende, Messendone), Bucks., abbot & convent of, 488, 489, 637; abbot, see also Roger

Mitegolde, Aluena, 790

Mockyng (Mockyngg)
-, John (de), cit. & fishmonger, 285, 305, 309
-, Nicholas, 285, 305, 309

Modlieuesune, Edric, 960

Moigne (Monek, Moyn, Moygne)
-, Arnold, 397
-, William (le), woolmonger, 33, 21921, 1057; Clemence his widow, 1057

Monener or Meluarad, Walter, 216

Moneyer, see Elias; Gilbert; Hamo; Reimund; Spirlingus; Theodoric; and Bonsergaunt, William; Copton, Hamo; Ipswich, Reimund de

Montague (Montagu, Monte Acuto)
-, Adam de, 610, 834, 836
-, John de, fishmonger, 610, 834, 836
-, Richard de, 976

Montibus, James de, 622

Mont-St.-loi, France, abbot of, xiv, 6, App. 6; prior of the canons of, see John

Mordone
-, Gilbert de, 377
-, Walter de, sheriff, 81617

More, Le (la), xix, 782, 785

More (Mora)
-, Agnes de la, 877
-, Cecily de la, 178
-, John, 290
-, Jordan de, 858, 1017
-, Ralph de, sheriff, 499, 905, 1007
-, Richard de, see Lodeby, Richard de
-, Richard de, painter, 684
-, Robert de la, 808
-, Thomas de, 849
-, Thomas de la, 920, 955
-, William, cit. & vintner, 566, 568

Morecock, Richard, 924

Morhaunt, Thomas, 885

Morlee (Marlee), Thomas, clerk, 615, 1033

Morpat, John de, lorimer, 646

Morse, clerk, 70

Mort, David, 628

Mortimer (Mortymer)
-, John, 469
-, Roger, 842
-, Roger, earl of March, 80

Mortmain, see Legal matters

Morton
-, John, attorney, 795
-, John, clerk, 21617
-, William de, 405

Moses, clerk, 270

Motone (Moton)
-, John, 5412
-, Robert, 363a

Mouner, John, 277

Mounteux, Robert, 92

Mountford, N. de, 874

Mountjoy, hospital, brothers of, 32, 434, 68, 70, 80; prior of, see Hur

Mower, William, 861

Moygne (Moyn), see Moigne

Mulins, Simon, App. 13

Mullyng, Adam, 307

Multon
-, John, skinner, 685
-, Robert de, 460

Munden
-, Matilda, 677
-, Simon de, 677

Muntpeller (Muntpelleis, Mundepelles), Robert (de), sheriff, 124, 716, 769, 890

Murer, Richard, 137

Murte (Murta)
-, Godacus (? Goderic), 624
-, Henry son of Epi son of Goderic, 1856; his mother, 185

Musard, John, 309

Mychel, John, 552, 566

Mylius, Clement, 242, 243

Mynchynlane, see Mincing Lane

Myngy, Warin, cit. & bureller, 41718, 486; Margaret his wife, 41718

Mynot, Michael, 566

N

Naam, see Legal matters, pleas of taking naam

Naps, Thomas at, 1001

Nax, William at, 63

Neel, Walter, 566
-, see also Nigel

Neubery (Niewbery), John (de), 42, 615

Neve (Neue), William le, 2945

Nevile (Nevill), Hugh de, 527, 529

New Hospital, see St. Mary without Bishopsgate

New Temple, see Temple Bar

Newcastle (Novo Castro), Peter de, 575

Newchirch, see St. Mary Woolchurch

Newcourt, Richard, xi

Neweland, Andrew, sheriff, 1073; see also Newelin, Andrew

Newelin (Neuelim, Neuelyn)
-, Andrew, 1023, see also Neweland
-, John de, 1038
-, Peter, sheriff, 1073

Newgate, gate, 824, 830

Newham (Niweham), William de, 'minister' of the Knights Templar, 828

Newport (Newport)
-, Isabel, 595
-, Simon de, 9334; Florietta his wife, 933
-, Thomas, attorney, 156
-, William, cit. & fishmonger, 5878

Newton, 1004

Newton (Neweton)
-, Geoffrey, 808
-, Hugh de, 584
-, John, cit. & fishmonger, 581
-, Robert, 566

Nicholas
-, archdeacon of London, 96971
-, butcher, 271, 312
-, chaplain, 529, 750
-, clerk, 921
-, Master, clerk, 626
-, deacon, 270
-, junior, 596
-, priest, 234
-, rector of St. Edmund, 375
-, son of Edmund son of Gerard, 744
-, son of Joce, see Joce
-, son of Ralph, 518

Nicholas (Nicolas)
-, Stephen, father of Alice Horn, 292
-, Stephen son of, 299
-, William son of, 271

Nied, William, 362, 363

Niewbery, see Neubery

Nigel
-, chaplain, 97
-, goldsmith, 655

Nigel (Neel, Neal)
-, John son of, 273; sheriff, 1072
-, Thomas son of, 1073

Ni-(n)ler, Simon & his widow, 347

Nimore, Constantine & Joan his wife, 1028

Noke, Thomas atte, 488, 490

Nolicia, of Lime Street, 115

Nolyf, Thomas, draper, 478

Norable, Isabel, 597

Noreys (Norensis)
-, Osbert, 751
-, Robert, 993

Norfolk, Gilbert de, 458a

Norham', see Northampton

Norhampton (Norhamton, etc.)
-, Alan, 506
-, Henry, 562
-, Isabel, 562
-, John (de), alderman, 37, 45, 47, 68, 802, 906, 1007; sheriff, 190, 467, 501, 596, 731
-, John (de), (clerk), 557, 55960, 562, 5756
-, William de, 576

Norman
-, clerk, 906, 939; see also Lorchon
-, first prior of Holy Trinity, xivxv, 1, 4, 610, 1214, 31, 624, 739, 779, 807, 871, 960, 965, 997, App. 1, 4, 610, 1214, 31

Norman, John (son of), mayor, 88, 329, 405, 515, 5712; his heirs, 447

Normandy, App. 13

Northampton (Norham'), Northants., 12, 979, 998, App. 12

Northbiry, Richard, 511

Northburgh
-, John & his widow, 1063
-, Michael, bishop of London, 952

Northfol, Ralph de, 346

Northman, Geoffrey, bailiff of Southwark, 276

Norton
-, Gregory, cit., 9034
-, John, cit., 8912; Alice his wife, 892
-, Robert, 107
-, William, 36, 40, 46, 83, 85, 436; alderman, 954

Norwich, bishop of, see William

Norwich (Norwic, Norwysch)
-, John de, 651
-, Walter, 511
-, William, 1033

Noth, John, 2457

Notley (Nuteleg), Essex, 1004

Notte, John, sheriff, 410

Notyngham, John de, 941

Novo Castro, see Newcastle

Nuteleg, see Notley, Essex

Nycol, Stephen, 863

O

Oault, Giles, 748

Odiam, Richard, 386

Odo
-, chaplain of St. Andrew Hubbard, 241
-, clerk, 977

Ofham, John, chantry of, 715

Oily (Oyry), Fulk de, 777

'Oitheram', brewhouse with the sign, 382

Old Bailey (Le Bail, without Luthgate, towards Newgate, etc.), 832, 834, 845

Old Change, 636

Old Fish Market (Fishmarket, West Fish Market), 578, 586, 609, 637, 646, 1019

Old Fish Street, 581, 587

Old Fish Street (? lane called West Fish Market), 588

Olivere (Olyver)
-, Edmund & his widow, 179
-, William, 319, 321, 324, 407

Olney, John, 317

Olyons, Richard, 768

Ordgar, see Fince

Orfeur, Sampson, 51, 53; Christine his wife, 53

Organ, John, rector of St. Margaret Lothbury, 735

Orgar
-, le Prude, 871, 960
-, son of Deremann, 871

Orival, Peter de, baron of the exchequer, 982

Orpedeman
-, Henry, 172
-, Thomas, 348

Osbern
-, nephew of Ranulf, 781
-, ? prior of Holy Trinity, xv

Osberne (Osbarn)
-, John de, 701
-, Richard, cit., 898; clerk of the chamber at Guildhall, 954

Osbert
-, chaplain of St. Augustine Papey, 790
-, chapman, son of Richard, of Hackney, 9212
-, dean of the Arches, rector of St. Mary Bothaw, 4602, 860
-, woolmonger, 787

Osekyn, Robert, 625

Osmund, vintner, 790

Osney (Osneye), Oxon., abbot of, see William; abbot & convent, 4245

Ostage, William, cit. & fishmonger, Matilda his wife & Juliana his daughter, 479

Ostregate (Oystergate), Stephen de, sheriff, 146, 355, 832

Oswald, king & martyr, 1072

Oswant, see Edwin son of; Richard son of

Oswy, king & martyr, 1072

Oteswych (Otiswich)
-, Martin de, 759
-, Master William de, surgeon, 7668, 770

Othulphus (Othulfus Viviano), 43

Othwerus, custodian of the Tower, 960

Ottle
-, John, 89, 92
-, Thomas, 87, 89

Otto, Hugh son of, warden of London, 375, 845; see also Hocton

Overe, Roger de, 575

Oxbrygge, Thomas, 805

Oxefot, Godwin, 963

Oxford, 955
-, church of St. Frideswithe, 10, App. 10
-, countess of, 4456, 1019
-, earls of, 447, 995; see also Ver, Aubrey de
-, New College (of St. Mary), 33, 44, 80

Oxford
-, Henry de, 622, 730
-, John de, 566, 1057
-, Martin de, alias Preaty, 71516; Matilda his wife, 716
-, Stephen de, 242; junior (Iuvenus [sic]), 242
-, Thomas de, bureller, 21314, 1008; Alice his wife, 213, 1008

Oyldelarum, Aurifilia daughter of Alan, 329

Oyledebef, Gemma, 268

Oyry, see Oily

Oystergate, see Ostregate

P

Padegrys, Robert, 110

Pagan, Gauselinus, 566

Page
-, John, 55, 99101, 469, 927; Agnes his wife, 99, 101
-, Philip, junior, 309

Pageman, Richard, 418

Paien, William, 423

Pain
-, butcher, 283; Laurence his son, 285
-, fishmonger, 202, 1065

Painter (Pictor), Peter the, 682
-, see also More, Richard de

Pake, Andrew, 39

Palmer (Paumer)
-, Henry le, 375; [another], 436, 438, 496, 498
-, Matthew (le), 436, 752
-, Richard, 332, 579
-, Roger (le), 595; sheriff, 286, 820; Beatrice his wife, 595
-, see also Hereward; Hugh; Roger; Stephen; William

Panchemer, Hugh, 666

Panchier, Robert, 747

Panifader (Panyfader)
-, John, 323
-, Robert, 33, 35, 3940, 218, 1038, 1056

Pappekertel (Puppekertel), Walter, 'le Tailiator', 5745

Papworth, Walter, see Bardeneye

Parin, Gervasia, 335

Paris (Parys, Pareys)
-, Hamo (de), 225, 1053; see also Perarys
-, Hugh, 418
-, John de, 958
-, John de, deacon, 270
-, Nicholas son of Hugh, 418
-, Richard de, sheriff, 173, 195, 293, 344, 718, 8634, 958, 1060
-, Robert de, potter, 811, 813
-, Roger de, sheriff, 111, 537
-, simon (de), sheriff, 73, 631, 861
-, William de, 335

Parker, William, 193; [? another], 203, 480, 863, 1066

Parmenter, see Baldwin; Bartholomew; German; John; Thomas; and Herghes, Andrew de

Parnes, John, 290

Parux, Robert le, 680

Pasce, Erchebald, 977

Paschal II, pope, 10, App. 10

Pascharius, 676

Pasfeld, William, 846

Passeto, Adam de, 586; see also Plesseto

Pater, Richard le, 912

Paternoster Row (Paternosterstret), 626

Paternosterchirch, see St. Michael Paternoster

Patishill, Martin de, dean of St. Paul's, 744

Patrick (Patryk)
-, Richard & his widow, 319
-, Robert, 751

Paul, parson of St. Clement Eastcheap, 1011

Paulinus, mercer, brother of John Blund, 350, 1014

Paul's Chain (Poulisheyn), 615

Paul's Tavern (Poulestaverne), 309

Paul's Wharf (Pouliswharf), 615

Paxton, Richard, 939, 941

Payable, Roger, 575

Payn
-, John, brewer, 679, 924, 927; Margery his wife, 924, 927
-, Robert, 642

Pays, John, 364

Pecche (Pechche), John, (mayor), 224, 490, (Pecham), 547, 1052

Pecok, Mathew & his widow, 552

Peerle, see Perle

Pekeman, Andrew, 305

Pelham
-, Awreda, 414
-, John, 664

Penne, John, alderman, 418

Pentecost, see Wodemongere

Pepper, 901018 passim

Pepperer, see Wiltshyr, John

Pepyr, Haukynus, 94, 96

Perarys (Perariis), Hamo(n), clerk, 615, 617, see also Paris

Percy, Robert, rent-collector of Holy Trinity, 661

Perers, Alice, 891, 896; see also Alice

Perle (Peerle), Thomas, 186, 207, 21011, 1059

Perone, Thomas, 290

Persted, Richard (de), 272, 274

Peryere, Thomas, 615

Pescur, Roger le, 140, 15960

Pessoner, Roger le, & his widow, 354

Peter, 942
-, (Armiger, ? rectius Aunger), alderman, 769, 785
-, clerk, 442
-, clerk, son of Benet Cokelin, 860
-, cutler, 181
-, priest, 423
-, son of Alan, 507, 530
-, son of Daniel, 6502
-, son of Leuegarius, 790
-, son of Walter, sheriff, 1072
-, tiler, 178

Peter (Piers)
-, Alan (fitz, son of), 288, 297, 312, 637, 824, 101 112, 1015, 1022; Sabina his widow, 714
-, Joce (fitz, son of), 280; alderman, 826, 831; sheriff, 1073

Petevyn
-, Benet, Jew, 7078
-, Henry de, 1005

Paul's Wharf (Pouliswharf), 615

Petipas, Henry, stockfishmonger, 175

Petrocus, saint, king of Wales, 1072

'Petyt, le', tenement called, 752

Peyntour, William, 813

Phelipper, see Philypper

Philip
-, chaplain, 812
-, cook, 761
-, nephew of Warin, 677

Philip, John, rector of St. Margaret Fish Street Hill, 287

Philip Lane (Philipeslane), 676, 680

Philosopher, see Robert

Philpot (Philepot, Phillipot, Philpotts), John, 246, 249, 251, 305

Philpott Lane, 251

Philyppere (Phelipper), Godwin, 239, 472, 475

Picard, see Pykard

Picot (Pykott)
-, John, 347
-, Nicholas, 347; sheriff, 904
-, Ralph, 977
-, Thomas, 347

Pictor, see Painter

Piebaker, see Pyebakere

Piedefer
-, Osbert, father of William, 10256
-, William, son of Sabina Cordiwisse, 10256

Pikeman, Adam, 2689

Pipehurst (Pypehurst)
-, Henry de, 642
-, Thomas, 65960; Joan his wife, 660

Piro, see Pyrho

Pisere, William, 903

Pittances, 223, 380, 471, 529, 71617, 798, 802, 812, 880, 1013, 1028, 1051; of a salmon worth 2s, 950

Plass[ey], Robert, de 383

Plesseto, Adam de, 586; see also Passeto

Plesyngton, R. de, 1030

Plommer
-, Denise, see Virly
-, Katherine, 409

Plotte, John, 815

Plumber, see Laurence

Plumer, John, 278

Plumstede, John de, 407

Plympton, Devon, 10, App. 10

Podyngden, Gilbert de, 594

Poete, Roger, 191

Pole, John (at, atte), 59, 4401, 613, 696; Katherine his wife, 4401, 613, 696

Polested, Hugh, 2267, 10545

Poly (Pole, Poley, Poulay), Roger, 13th prior of Holy Trinity, 25, 54, 308, 438, 520, 532, 580, 1048

Ponde, Roger atte, 951

Pont de l'Arche (Pont Arc'), (William, 1001

Ponte
-, Robert de, 109
-, William de, 4, App. 4

Pontefract (Ponnefrert, Pontefrect), Yorks., Knolles college at, 186, 191, 233

Pontisbury (Pontesbury), Master Thomas de, 783

Poor Clares, see St. Clare without Aldgate

Poore, R[ichard], bishop of Salisbury, 1004

Popil, John, 863

Porta
-, Walter de, 908
-, Walter son of Walter de, 9089
-, see also Gate

Porter (Portar)
-, John, 798
-, Richard le, & Lucy his wife, 958
-, Thomas, 215
-, William, 843
-, see also Gate-keeper

Portesmuthe, Alice de, 1007

Portsoken, see Aldgate; ward sergeant, see Simon

Potell
-, John, 613
-, Richard, 613

Poterell, Richard, 552

Potter (Poter, Pottar, etc.)
-, Agnes le, see Clerk, William le
-, Alan le, see Suffolk
-, Gilbert the, 955; see also Marche
-, Hamon le, 904
-, Humphrey(?) le, 144
-, John (le), 877, 9045, 909, 955; see also Marche
-, Laurence, 734
-, Richard, rector of Stapleford, 59, 83
-, Richard le, 144; see also Pater
-, Walter (le, the), 40, 745, 905; alderman, 344; sheriff, 197, 787, 1008
-, William le, clerk, 925, 996
-, see also Alan, Ranulf; Algate, John de; Blunt, Walter le; Chyngeford, Richard de; John, Nicholas; Paris, Robert de; Raughton, Robert; Stowe, John de; Totenham, Gilbert de; Weston, Peter de; Wolcomstowe, John de

Potyn, Nicholas, 216

Pouder, John, 382

Poulestaverne, see Paul's Tavern

Poulisheyn, see Paul's Chain

Pouliswharf, see Paul's Wharf

Poundage (Pondagium), 151, 216, 839, 846, 861

Pountfreit (Pomifreyt, Poumfreyt)
-, Henry, 330, 480
-, Humphrey, 330

Pourte (Pout), Hugh, sheriff, 73, 631

Poynant (Poyaunt), John, 585, 588

Poyntel, John, 541

Preacher, see John

Preaty, Martin, see Oxford, Martin de

Preest, William, bureller, 115

Prensse, William, 303

Prentys, John, 414, 511

Prestbury, Ralph, D. Can. L., 1045

Preston
-, Henry, 290
-, Henry, cit. & ropemaker, & Isabel his wife, 41718
-, John de, sheriff, 640
-, Richard (de), cit., 8789

Prian, John, 1010

Priour, John, 165, App. 165

Prishet, John, 216

Prudhom (Prodehom, Proudhom)
-, Henry, 89, 92
-, William, 57980, 588

Prynce, Gilbert, 685

Prys, Master David, 995

Pudding Lane (Redersgate, Retherlane, Roderesgate), 257, 259, 264, 268

Pulloxhill (Pullokeshill), Beds., see Travaill, William

Pulsham, John, 572

Pulteney, John, kt., 401

Puppe, Geoffrey, 151

Puppekertel, see Pappekertel

Purser, Roger le, 732

Putford, Richard de, & Margaret his wife, 796

Pyebakere, Andrew le, 356

Pyioun, John, see Horleus

Pykard (Picard, Pycard)
-, Henry, 174, 334, 488; his widow, 174
-, John, 174, 334
-, Margery, 334, 600
-, Richard, sheriff, 190, 467, 501, 596, 731

Pykeneye (Pykenia)
-, Arnold, 595
-, Ralph, 295

Pykott, see Picot

Pyne, John, 486

Pyrho (Piro), William de, 1004, 1020

Q

Queenhithe (Edredeshede, Ripa Regine), 9757, 97980; ward, 1015n

Querendun, Geoffrey de, 962

Quernebeter, Stephen (de, le), 916, 921, 928

Queyntel, Richard, 716

R

Radington, Baldwin, warden of London, 420

Radyng, see Reading, Berks.

Radyng, Richard, 771; Isabel his widow, 7712

Raginaldus cum botis, 948

Ragton, William, alias William of the Wardrobe, 907

Ralph, 884
-, baker, 417
-, bishop of Chichester, chancellor, 1004
-, brother of Joce the Vintner, 453
-, brother of Walter the Hosier, 157
-, bureller, 993
-, butcher, see Machechrier
-, canon of Holy Trinity, 968
-, capper, 150, 157, 1812
-, carpenter, 86, 171, 270; see also Carpenter
-, chaplain, 761, 977, 1009
-, chaplain (? of St. Magnus), 280
-, clerk, 394
-, clerk, of Stepney, 887
-, coalman, 843; see also Carbunel
-, deacon, 152
-, dean, 9678
-, doctor, 666
-, father of Alice, 68990
-, gate-keeper, 70, 924
-, goldsmith, 333, 814; [another], 516
-, goldsmith, son of John, 845
-, priest, 122, 210, 236, 919, 1059
-, priest of St. Dionis, 1051
-, priest of St. Magnus, 259
-, priest of St. Mary at Hill, 223, 1051
-, 2nd prior of Holy Trinity, xvxvi, 1314, 31, 77, 210, 232, 257, 280, 299, 361, 394, 423, 612, 644, 809, 895, 948, 964, 968, 970, 1059, App. 1314, 31
-, smith, 496, 826; Christine his daughter, 8267
-, son of Algod (Algadus), 871, 963
-, son of Andrew, 963
-, son of Gervase, 41
-, son of Osbert, 4045
-, son of Thomas, 51518
-, tanner, 946
-, usurer, 2289, 10612; Goda (Gabliere) his wife, 222, 2289, 304, 405, 10612
-, vintner, 497; see also David son of

Ramesey, Robert, 28990

Ramsden (Ramesden, Ramesdon)
-, John, 285
-, Robert de, 1033

Ranulf (Randulf)
-, canon of St. Paul's, 963; dean, 967
-, chancellor, 4, 12, 998, App. 4, 12
-, earl of Chester & Lincoln, 1004
-, monk of Reading, xvii, 779
-, priest, 77981

Ranus, Richard son of, 273

Rasing (Rasyng), see Basing, Adam de

Rasyn, William, 597

Ratoneslane, see Batoneslane

Rauf, Simon fitz, see Simon

Raughton, Robert (de), potter, 909, 940, 1038

Rawlyn (Raulyn), John, 894, 896, 898

Rayham, Agnes, daughter of Roger de Ely, 1035

Rayne (Reynis), Essex, 995

Re, John at, 722

Reading (Radyng, Rethyng), Berks., 873; abbot of, 779; burial of Henry I at, 1072; monks of, 325; see also Ranulf

Rectors, fraternity, register of, 377

Redersgate, see Pudding Lane

Reding (Redyng)
-, Gilbert de, spurrier, 687
-, John, 708

Reeve of London, see Berquereola; Leofstan; Wulfgarus

Refham
-, John, 506, 513, 536; his widow, 536
-, Richer (de), cit. & mercer, 506, 513, 5367; mayor, 95

Reggi, Richard fitz, 325

Reginald
-, butcher, son of Nicholas, 303, 1012
-, chaplain of Henry de Castell, 546
-, goldsmith, 45, 906
-, son of Peter, 836
-, tanner, 9312

Reigate (Reygate)
-, Nicholas de, 705, 1041
-, Nicholas son of Nicholas de, 705

Reimund (Reimundus), 204, 1067
-, moneyer, 730

Reneshale, John, 174

Renger (Reinger, Reniger, Reyner, fitz Reyngarus)
-, John son of Richard, 13940, 151, 159, 162, 169
-, Richard, alderman, 280
-, Richard (son of William), 76, 91, 139, 161, 167, 222, 242, 270, 314, 413, 430, 552, 571, 606, 618, 6923, 744, 852, 8567, 862, 1004, 1017; alderman, 283, 304; mayor, 248, 283, 548, 650, 690, 1014; sheriff, 449, 528, 629, 1073
-, Roger, alderman, 306
-, William (son of), 161, 241, 424, 427, 461

Rennerus son of Berengarius, 387

Rennes
-, Richard de, 109
-, William de, 109

Rents, see Legal Matters

Reole, see Riole

Rerdon, Alexander de, 945

Restwolde, Thomas, 477

Retherhethe
-, Robert de, & Agnes his wife, 871
-, Stephen de, & Juliana his wife, 927

Retherlane, see Pudding Lane

Rethyng, see Reading, Berks.

Revell, William, 883

Reyn, Walter, 529

Reynham, Walter de, 590

Reynis, see Rayne, Essex

Reynwell, William, 808

Ricarius, 791

Richard I, king, 871, 1072

Richard II, king, 1005, 1030

Richard
-, bishop of London, see Belmeis, Richard de (I)
-, bishop of Salisbury, see Poore, Richard
-, brother of Archdeacon Nicholas, 970
-, carpenter, 769
-, chaplain, 887
-, chaplain of St. Peter le Poor, 529
-, cheesemaker, 855
-, clerk, 46, 109
-, cordwainer, 676
-, goldsmith, 1027
-, priest, 335, 400; [another], 624, 963
-, priest of St. Christopher, 747
-, priest of St. Margaret, 967
-, priest of St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street, 609
-, priest of the chapel, 609
-, 5th prior of Holy Trinity, xvi, xix, 17, 39, 50, 58, 84, 86, 91, 126, 142, 150, 161, 167, 218, 238, 248, 250, 263, 290, 304, 306, 310, 316, 318, 320, 327, 331, 336, 3801, 343, 400, 408, 435, 458, 4801, 487, 4934, 529, 533, 539, 5479, 553, 555, 565, 5701, 584, 586, 589, 593, 606, 618, 629, 638, 650, 658, 690, 692, 714, 734, 736, 744, 754, 800, 811, 818, 826, 8301, 852, 857, 882, 884, 886, 900, 908, 910, 923, 930, 933, 938, 940, 946, 990, 1010, 101314, 101719, 1056
-, saddler, 142, 150, 153
-, son of Aleya, sheriff, 1073
-, son of Baldwin the Tailor, 664
-, son of Bartholomew, sheriff, 1073
-, son of Benet the Goldsmith, 350, 362
-, son of David, 811
-, son of Edwin, son of Oswant, 232
-, son of Gocelinus, 950
-, son of Osbert, 1004
-, son of Oswant, 231, 2334
-, son of Ralph, 963
-, son of Reginald, 76
-, son of Robert, 819; [another], 1004
-, son of Ruff us, 614
-, son of Walter, see Walter
-, son of William, see Renger, Richard
-, son of Wolfinus, 807
-, spurrier, 946
-, tanner, 880
-, vice-gerent of St. John of Jerusalem, 183
-, whittawer, 730, 732

Richard, William (fitz, son of), 190, 501; mayor, 154, 512, 798, 858, 1016; sheriff, 329, 515

Richeer (Richer)
-, John, 1033
-, Lorissa, 1033
-, Mabel, 1033
-, Margery, 1033
-, Matilda, 1033
-, Thomas, chaplain, 1005, 1033

Richer, canon of Holy Trinity, 497

Ridelstrete, Isabel, 8323

Rider (Ryder), John, clerk, 41718

Rigero, see Warino

Riole, La (Reole, Roial), 4401, 1042

Ripa Regine, see Queenhithe

Rippyle, Robert, 298

Risby, Robert, 883

Rislingbury, Richard, 883

Risyng (Rysyng), William, 16th prior of Holy Trinity, 28, 101, 503, 815, 1042

Roais, the Lady, see Mantel

Robert
-, archdeacon of Surrey, 740
-, baker, 866
-, bishop of Exeter, see Warelwast
-, bishop of Hereford, see Bethune
-, bishop of Lincoln, see Bloet
-, bishop of London, see Sigillio
-, canon of Holy Trinity, 970
-, chamberlain, 270, 726
-, chaplain, 148, 209, 700, 887, 1058
-, chaplain of John de Cantebregg, 1035
-, chaplain of St. Olave [? Hart Street], 209, 1058
-, clerk, 234; [another], 552
-, clerk, of West Ham, 1015
-, cook, 137, 6789; Goetha his wife, 137
-, cordwainter, 839
-, de St. Alphege, 257
-, Huscardus, 895
-, mercer, 993
-, philosopher, 969, 971
-, priest, 257
-, [? priest] of St. Nicholas Cole Abbey, 967
-, rector of St. Martin Outwich, 762
-, saddler, 148, 1523; Alice his wife, 152
-, saddler, 85960; Cecily his wife, 859
-, smith, 248; [another], 1004
-, son of Alice, & Matilda his wife, 3367
-, son of Bartholomew, alderman, 482, 1014
-, son of But, 963
-, son of Gervase, of London, canon of Southwark, 745
-, son of Hervi, 534
-, son of Leofstan, 809, 871
-, son of Ralph, 963
-, son of Symon, 5556, 1018
-, son of Walter, 615, 618
-, sub-prior of Holy Trinity, 931
-, ward of Master Alexander de Dorchester, 529

Robilard
-, Denise, 268
-, Robert, 264, 268

Robin, clerk of Master Alexander de Dorchester, 529

Robinel (Robinellus), butcher, 31014

Robinel, Denise, 311, 313

Robiry, Hugh, 300

Rocheford (Recheford), Walran de, kt., 718, 722

Rochester, bishop of, 566

Rochester
-, Eustace de, 64
-, Ralph de, 64
-, Richard de, 64
-, William de, 64

Rocle, see Rokesle

Roderesgate, see Pudding Lane

Rodyng, William, 896

Roger, 902
-, abbot of Missenden, 489
-, archdeacon of Canterbury, 977
-, baker, 248
-, bishop of Salisbury, 2, 4, App. 2, 4
-, bursar, 7001
-, butcher, 3045, 1010
-, chancellor, 960
-, chaplain, 637
-, chaplain, of St. Edmund 148, 1058
-, Master, doctor, 325, 335; Alice his wife, 325
-, fishmonger, 1011
-, gardener, see Gardener
-, goldsmith, 657
-, nephew of Hubert, 394, 871
-, Palmer, 831, 1027; Henry, Nicholas, Ralph & William his sons, 1027
-, son of Alan, see Alan
-, son of Brian, & Matilda his wife, 1004
-, son of Renus senior, 750
-, son of Richard, 594
-, tailor, 848
-, tiler, 945
-, vicar of St. Mary Abchurch, 431
-, weaver, 1051

Roger
-, Peter (fitz, ? son of), alias Maresmay, 197, 218, 1056; Clemence his widow, 219
-, Roger (fitz, son of), alderman & mayor, 18990, 218, 327, 355, 501, 508, 51517, 595, 720, 731, 1056
-, William fitz, 218

Roial, see Riole

Rois, Robert, 595

Rokesle (Rocle, Rokele, etc.)
-, Adam, 227, 1039, 1055
-, Gregory de, 264, 292; alderman, 437; mayor, 37, 45, 192, 307, 378, 437, 451, 499, 534, 664, 783, 906, 921, 928, 1007; sheriff, 60, 369, 535, 684, 864, 905, 916
-, John, 347
-, John de, sheriff, 351
-, Robert de (la), 356, 45; sheriff, 255

Roland, Hugh de, 453

Romeney (Romeneye, Romoney), John, cit. & potter, 235, 901, 903, 915, 919, 954, 9956, 1038; Agnes his daughter, 903

Romeseye, John de, 441

Romeyn (Romayn), Thomas, 554, 725; mayor, 286, 820, sheriff, 617; Juliana his wife, 554, 725

Rook, Roger, 1033

Ropemaker, see Bricus; see also Denxmars, Bartholomew & Thomas; Preston, Henry

Ropery, 418

Rosamond (Rosamund), John, 213, 3746, 1008

Rose
-, Richard, 1042
-, Roger, see Bury, Roger de

Rote, Nicholas, 46, 83

Rothyng
-, Geoffrey de, 783
-, Richard, 216, 377, 934
-, William de, 911

Rouen (Rotomag')
-, Nigel de, 7345
-, William de, 7357

Round, J. H., xii

Rous (Rouse)
-, Adam, 364
-, Alice, 364
-, John, 285, 287; [another], 1045

Rudham, Berthus de, 330

Rufus (Ruffus)
-, Alexander, fishmonger, 283, 285
-, Awyn, 77, 80, 90
-, Geoffrey, alias Badecoks, 285
-, Geoffrey, chancellor, bishop of Durham, 875
-, Hereward, see Hereward
-, Humphrey, 2034, 10667
-, Laurence & his widow, 610
-, Nicholas son of Awyn, 77
-, Osbert, 1015
-, Richard, 61415
-, Roger, 42
-, William, 610, 1026

Ruhaued, Robert, 234

Rumbold, Nicholas, 783

Rus (Ruse, Russo)
-, Emma la, 791
-, John le, 899, 905
-, Robert, 65, 374, 490
-, William, 400
-, William, sacristan of Holy Trinity, 60
-, see also Russie

Russel (Russell)
-, Alan, 172
-, Elias, mayor, 73, 767; sheriff, 646

Russie (Rusy)
-, John son of Richard, 905
-, Maurice de, 387
-, Richard, 905
-, see also Rus

Rusus, canon of Holy Trinity, 986

Rye, John atte, 332

Ryffyn, Robert & his widow, 278

Rykel, William, 1042

Rymers, Hugh de, App. 13

Ryot, Roger, 909

S

Sabern, William, 158

Sabrigtesworth (Sabrygelworth), R(ichard) de, 249, 388

Sacker
-, John, 685
-, Robert le, 685

Saddler, see Richard; Robert; Serlo; Thomas; Walter; and Baldwin, William

Sadeler (Sadelere), John, vintner, 121, 321, 323, 405

Saet, Jordan, 717, 782; his sisters, 782

Saham, Thomas & his widow, 881

Sahipp, Nicholas, 309

Saiena, daughter of Albinus, 86

Saikye, John, 418

St. Alban Wood Street, parish, 66371, 1012, 1030

St. Albans, Herts., abbot of, 757; monks of, 527, 1012; tenement of abbey of, 767

St. Albans
-, Adam de, farrier, 537
-, Henry de, 545, 618, 1018; [another], 752
-, Isabel de, 7089
-, John de, sheriff, 490, 566
-, Thomas de, 801

St. Alphege, chaplain, see Laurence and Walter; parish, 67283, 1030

St. Alphege, Robert de, see Robert

St. Andrew Hubbard (Estchep, etc.), chaplain, see Odo; parish, 24156, 447, 1030

St. Andrew Undershaft (at Knap, Cornhill), cemetery, 808; church, 11, 995, App. 11; parish, 80723, 1030, 1032

St. Anne, fraternity, see under St. Michael Cornhill

St. Audoen, parish (824), 1035; see also St. Sepulchre

St. Augustine by St. Paul's (iuxta Portam), chaplain, see Andrew; parish, 596, 63440, 1018, 1030

St. Augustine Papey (by the City Wall), chaplain, see Osbert; church, xvii, 11, 789, App. 11; parish, 78993

St. Bartholomew, hospital, 447, 529, 645, 655; chaplain, see Thomas; master, 654, see also Hugh

St. Bartholomew, priory, 437, 836; canons, 783, 1012; priors, 364, 525, see also John

St. Bartholomew by the Exchange (the Less), parish, 74753, 1041

St. Bartholomew the Less, parish, 747n; see also St. Bartholomew by the Exchange

St. Benet, priest, see Algar

St. Benet Fink, parish, 7548, 1030

St. Benet Gracechurch (Graschirch, etc.), parish, 31628, 992, 1013, 1015, 1030

St. Benet Paul's Wharf (West), parish, 61219, 1030, 1042

St. Benet Sherehog (Schorhog), parish, 493500, 1030

St. Botolph Aldgate, cemetery, 891, 1009; chantry in church, 954; church, xv, xvii, 871, 8756, 9035, 91920, 954, 964, 1045; churchwardens, 901; incumbent, see Kokyr, John; parish, 323, 869971 passim, 986, 1009, 102930; priest, see Withulfus; rector, 954

St. Botolph Billingsgate, parish, 25761, 1030

St. Botolph Bishopsgate, chaplain, see William; parish, 811, 84867, 1017

St. Bride, church, 833

St. Christopher le Stocks (next Cornhill), parish, 7446, 1030; priest, see Richard

St. Clare without Aldgate (Minoresses without Alegate, poor Clares), abbey (of St. Mary without Aldgate), 9546; abbesses, 815, 926, see also Juliana and Katherine; order, 920

St. Clement Danes, see Westminster

St. Clement Eastcheap (Candlewick Street), chaplain, see John; church, 313; parish, 3804, 1011, 1030; parson, see Paul

St. Clement's Lane (Street), 380, 382

St. Dionis Backchurch (Bacchirch), church, 849, 861; parish, 17728, 1030; priest, see Ball, John de and Ralph

St. Dunstan, John de, 218, 1056

St. Dunstan in the East (by the Tower), cemetery, 215; church, 137, 216; parish, 195230, ? 369, 993, 1008, 1030, 1040, 1044, 105169; rector, 200

St. Edmund, chaplain of, see Roger

St. Edmund
-, Fulk de, 200, 405, 1063
-, James de, sheriff, 286, 41718, 820
-, John de, see Cros
-, John de, 767; Joan his wife, 767; see also Henry, cofferer
-, Thomas de, 7989

St. Edmund King & Martyr (Graschirch, etc.), parish, xviii, 35879, 1008, 1030; rector, 358, see also Martin; Nicholas

St. Ethelburga, parish, 7878, 1030

St. Faith (the Virgin) under St. Paul's, parish, 62430, 1015, 1019, 1030

St. Gabriel Fenchurch (All Hallows Fenchurch), advowson, 109; church, xvii, 11, 98, 109, App. 11; parish, 10916, 993, 1030

St. George, John de, chaplain, 142

St. George Botolph Lane (Eastcheap), church, 273; parish, 26275, 1025, 1030

St. Giles, hospital, see Holborn

St. Giles Cripplegate, parish, 6846, 1030, 1035

St. Gregory, parish, 6203

St. Helen Bishopsgate, priory, 912, 172, 334, 529, 792, 864, 939, 1035; prioress, see Matilda; prioress's garden, 813

St. Helen's (St. Helen, St. Helena)
-, Adam de, 759
-, Henry de, alderman, 759, 761, 848
-, Michael de, 618

St. Ives, ? Hunts., 1027

St. James Garlickhithe (super Tamisiam, etc.), church, 571; parish, 5659, 101819, 1030

St. James Westminster, see Westminster

St. John (Sancto Johanne), Thomas de, 2, App. 2

St. John Haliwell, see Haliwell, Middx.

St. John of Jerusalem, see Clerkenwell

St. John the Baptist, Walbrook, parish, (449), 45363, 1010, 1030

St. John Zachary, parish, 6449, 1030

St. Katherine by the Tower, hospital, xiii, xv, 35, 210, 320, 323, 871, 941, 946, 97394, 1004, 1013, 1059; brother of, see Stephen; master, see Thomas

St. Katherine Coleman (All Hallows Coleman(s)church), church, 11, 78, App. 11; parish, 68102, 1030

St. Katherine Cree, parish, xvii, 3167, 421, 1030, 1032; see also Holy Trinity, parish

St. Lawrence Jewry, parish, 7046, 996, 1030, 1041

St. Lawrence Pountney (by the Thames, Candelwykstrete, the Martyr), cemetery, 396; church, 406; parish, 394403, 1035; rector, see Cheyndeduit, William de; and William

St. Lawrence Pountney College, 401, 410

St. Lawrence Pountney Lane (St. Lawrence Street), 410

St. Leonard Eastcheap (Milkechirche), parish, 297315, 469, 1025, 1030

St. Magnus the Martyr, chaplain, see Ralph; parish, 2802; priest, see Ralph

St. Margaret, Priest of, see Richard

St. Margaret Fish Street Hill (Bridge Street, etc.), church, 285; churchwardens, see Clerk, Geoffrey, and Whaplode, Robert; parish, 28391, 1010, 1030; rector, see Philip, John

St. Margaret Moses, Friday Street, church, rector, see Organ, John

St. Margaret Moses, Friday Street, church, 596

St. Margaret Pattens, parish, 2414, 255, 1030

St. Margaret Southwark, see Southwark

St. Martin in the Fields, soke of, see Westminster

St. Martin le Grand, canon, see Tiulfus; dean & chapter, 509; plea respited at, 742

St. Martin Ludgate, parish, 8457, 1030

St. Martin Orgar (Candelwrichestrate), lane, see Martin's Lane; parish, 38593, 1015, 1030

St. Martin Outwich, parish, 75974, 1016, 1030; rector, see Robert

St. Martin Pomary, parish, 70710, 1030

St. Martin Vintry (Beremaneschirch, by the Thames), parish, 44952, 1030

St. Mary Abchurch (Abbechirch), parish, 40416, 1008, 1022, 1030; rector, see Whytby, John; vicar, see Roger

St. Mary Aldermanbury, church, 701; churchwardens, 691, 701; parish, 687703, 993, 1030, 1043

St. Mary Aldermary (Aldermarychyrch), parish, 54550, 1030

St. Mary at Hill, church, 235, 311; parish, 23140, 255, 993, 1005, 1009, 1030, 1033; priest, see Ralph

St. Mary Axe, parish, (789), 794806, 1030, 1038

St. Mary Bothaw, church, 425, 460; parish, 213, 4239, 1030; rector, see Osbert

St. Mary Clerkenwell, see Clerkenwell

St. Mary Colechurch, parish, 421, 52738, 1030, 1039

St. Mary Graces, abbey, 258, 1045; abbot, 896, 907, 952, 958; cemetery, 995; garden, 898, 958

St. Mary in Poultry, chapel, 73940

St. Mary le Bow (de Arcubus), parish, 51526, 1030

St. Mary Magdalen, parish, xvii, (31), App. 31, see also Holy Trinity, parish

St. Mary Magdalen [? Milk Street or ? Old Fish Street], church, 715

St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street (West Fishmarket), parish, 60911, 616, 1024, 1030; priest, see Richard

St. Mary Overy, see Southwark

St. Mary Somerset, church, 767; parish, 6068, 1017, 1030; priest, see Ernald

St. Mary Staining (de Staningelane), church, 1012; parish, 6503

St. Mary Whitechapel, see Whitechapel

St. Mary without Aldgate, abbey, see St. Clare without Aldgate

St. Mary without Bishopsgate, (New) Hospital, 65, 138, 172, 2078, 303, 342, 395, 409, 428, 458, 460, 529, 639, 669, 751, 849, 853, 861, 864; priors, see Godfrey; Habitone, John de; Horton, William de

St. Mary Woolchurch (Newchirch, Wolchirch), parish, 46483, 1014, 10212, 1030

St. Mary Woolnoth (Wolnoth, Wulnodmaricherch), parish, 47492, 1014, 1022, 1030

St. Matthew Friday Street, parish, 535, 6313

St. Michael
-, John de, 209, 1058
-, Laurence de, 504, 5078, 512
-, William father of Laurence de, 507, 512

St. Michael, chapel [near Lime Street], 11, 55, App. 11

St. Michael Aldgate, chaplain, see John; parish, xvii, (31); 1007, 1030, see also Holy Trinity, parish

St. Michael Bassishaw, church, 896; parish, 71128, 1030

St. Michael Cornhill, fraternity of St. Anne in church of, 374, 377; parish, 34457, 490, 1030; rector, see Whythed, Thomas; wardens, 3501

St. Michael Crooked Lane (Candelwykstrete, etc.), parish, 2926, 447, 1036

St. Michael [? le Querne], church, 642

St. Michael Paternoster (Paternosterchirch), parish, 43448, 101819, 1030, 1042

St. Michael Queenhithe (Ad Ripam), parish, 6025, 1018, 1030

St. Michael Wood Street (Hoggenlane), parish, 65862, 1012; rector, see Yue, John

St. Mildred (Mildrethe) Bread Street, parish, 5938, 1018, 1030

St. Mildred (Mildrethe) Poultry, parish, 73943

St. Nicholas
-, Gilbert de, chaplain, 431
-, Robert de, see Robert, [? priest]

St. Nicholas Cole Abbey (Cold Abbey, ? Old Fish Street, de Westmacekaria), parish, 418, 57892, 1015, 1019, 1024, 1030, 1035; priest, see Robert

St. Nicholas Olave (St. Olave Bredstret), parish, 5747, 1018, 1030

St. Nicholas Shambles, priest, see Anselm

St. Olave Bread Street (Bredstret), see St. Nicholas Olave

St. Olave Broad Street (Bradestrete), church, 775; parish, 7758

St. Olave Hart Street (by the Tower, etc.), cemetery, 186; chaplain, see Robert; church, 11, 175, App. 11; parish, 12980, 993, 1021; ? rectors, see Appilby, Thomas and Hynelond, William; see also Christmas Land

St. Osyth, Essex, 10, App. 10

St. Osyth (Sancta Ositha), John de, 486, 911, 913; his daughter, 911

St. Pancras, Middx., parish, 1004

St. Pancras Soper Lane, cemetery, 503; parish, xviii, 50114, 1030

St. Paul
-, John de, 1046
-, Jordan de, 951
-, Peter de, see Halsted

St. Paul's xiii, 4, 31, 301, 1002, App. 4, 31; canons, see Brand; Constable, Geoffrey; Eswy, Thomas; Ranulf; Soudan, John; chantry in church, 89; deans, see Mareni, William de; Patishill, Martin de; Watford, Robert de; dean & chapter, 358, 489, 891, 965; sacristan, see Ely, William; shrine of Erkenwald, 31, App. 31; treasurer, see Ste.Mre-Eglise, Peter de

St. Peter ad Vincula (in the bailiwick of the Tower), cemetery, 964; priests, see Ailward; Derman

St. Peter Cornhill, parish, 3403, 1015, 1030, 1041

St. Peter le Poor (Bradestret), chaplain, see Richard; church, 775; parish, 529

St. Peter Paul's Wharf, rector & parishioners, 216

St. Peter Westcheap (Wodstret), chaplain, see William; parish, 6547, 848, 1027, 1030; priest, see John

St. Saviour, see Bermondsey, Surrey

St. Sepulchre, Newgate, chaplain, see Ives; parish, 82444, 102930

St. Stephen Coleman Street, parish, 72933, 1012, 1030

St. Stephen Walbrook, parish, 4646, 1020, 1030; rector, 518

St. Swithin, parish, 41722, 492, 1017, 1030; rector, 418, see also Alexander

St. Swithin's Lane, 486

St. Thomas Acon, church, 685, 849; hospital, 529, 854; master, 552

St. Thomas the Apostle, parish, 55164, 101819

St. Vedast, parish, 6413, 1030

Ste.-Mre-Eglise
-, Peter de, treasurer, of St. Paul's, 620
-, William de, bishop of London, 620

Salamon, Laurence, 871

Salcott Virley (Salcote Virly), Essex, see Mareys, John

Saleda, smith, 241

Salesby
-, Idonea, 151
-, John, 701
-, Robert, 151

Salisbury, bishops of, see Bridport, Giles de; Poore, Richard; Roger

Salisbury (Salesbury, Sarum)
-, Master John de, treasurer of Exeter, 7401
-, Paul, 427
-, Thomas (de), [two], 427

Salle
-, Edward, 200
-, Sabina de, 8634
-, Simon, 562

Salman, Christine, 625

Saltmonger, see William

Samewelle, Reginald de, 437

Samuel, Thomas, 42

Sancta Maria Ecclesia, see Ste.-Mre-Eglise

Sancta Ositha, see St. Osyth

Sancto Benedicto, Joan de, nun of Kilburn, 437

Sanctona, Geoffrey de, 170, see also Shanketon

Sandale, see Sendale

Sandon (Sandun by Kyngeston), Surrey, hospital of, 31819, 1013

Sandwich (Sandwico, etc.)
-, Matilda de, 225, 1053
-, Ralph de, kt., warden of London, 131, 144, 151, 215, 221, 274, 323, 557, 617, 646, 752, 784, 897, 992

Sannford, Edward, 216

Santon, Geoffrey de, see Shanketon

Sare, Edward, 259

Sarode, Walter, 1062

Sartare, Thomas de, 8990

Sartrino (Sarterino)
-, Hugh de, 812
-, Richer de, 136, 942
-, Roger de, & Agnes his wife, 937

Sarum, see Salisbury

Savage
-, Henry son of Thomas, 59
-, Thomas, clerk, 59, 1038

Savuner (Soppier), warin le, 71718

Sawardus, 963

Sawyer, see Winter, William

Say, Jordan de, 2, App. 2

Scabdeburgh, Roger de, cit., & Idonea his daughter, 378

Scalarus, Henry de, & Joan his daughter, 1004

Scaldour
-, Osbert, 303
-, Reginald, 303

Schaftysbury, John, 365

'Schaldflet', see Legal matters, rents

Schardlowe
-, John, 651
-, Thomas, 651

Scharp, see Sharp

Schefhanger, Stephen de, 631

Schelford, see Selford

Schene, see Sheen, Surrey

Scherehog, see Sherehog

Schering, see Sheering

Scherman, see Gorney

Scherwode, Robert, 377

Schirburne, John de, & Margery his widow, 691

Schonk, John, 590

Schoppe, Robert de, 234

Scorfeyn, John, 562

Scot (Scotte, Scotus)
-, John, 363
-, Laurence, goldsmith, 6289
-, Robert, 427

Scribe, see Ailnodus

Scrip, Robert, 663

Scrope, Stephen, 80

Sebily, Walter, 390

Ses, archdeacon of, see Alulf

Seething Lane (Cevethenlane), 188

Segrave
-, Hugh de, steward of the household, 1005
-, Roger, 1034

Seinturer, Bureis le, sheriff, 1073

Selegegord, ? Herts., 1004

Selegeford, Edward de, 962

Selford (Schelford, Seluorde), Gilbert de, 3715

Sely
-, John, 153; [another], 465, 745
-, Thomas, 153

Semar, 960

Semmanus, clerk, 255, 993

Sendale (Sandale, Sendal), John (de), clerk, 66, 71, 73, 75, 77, 80, 137

Sendon, Ralph de, 701a

Seriaunt (Seriant)
-, Richard, 319
-, Roger le, 530, 5357

Serle, John (son of Serlo), 3467, 811, 849

Serlo
-, mercer, 346, 3956, 545, 673, 761, 855, 1028; mayor, 4423, 449, 5278, 993, 1073; Isabel his wife, 397
-, saddler, 1024

Sevenok, William, alderman, 591

Sewale, Simon, 642

Sewers, 131

Seymoth, Jewess, 708

Seyntmarystrete, see Mary Axe Street

Seyton, John, 330

Shambles of Eastcheap, see Eastcheap

Seyton, John, 330

Shanketon
-, Geoffrey de, alias Santon, 151, 155, see also Sanctonad
-, Richard de, barber, 151

Sharnbrok
-, Stephen de, 888
-, William son of Stephen de, see Algate

Sharp (Scharp, Sharpp)
-, John, woolmonger, 467, 469, 476, 1021; Alice his wife, 467, 469
-, Richard, 289, 311
-, Richard son of Thomas, 46970

Sharpe, R. R., xii

Shartford, see Legal matters

Shawe, John, 894, 896

Sheen, (Schene), Surrey, prior of, 125

Sheep, gift of, 968

Sheering (Schering), Essex, 1032

Sheppeton (Sippeton), abbey of, abbot of, 48, 55

Shepton, William, 418

Sherehog (Scherehog), Thomas, priest, son of Alwin, 399; see also William, priest of Sherehog

Shereman, James le, see Gorney

Shipbrok, Roger, 285

Shippe (Shipp), John, 472, 474, 475

Shire, Gregory atte, alderman, 473

Shoemaker, see Hervy; Turold; Walter; William; see also Cordwainer

Shopkeeper, see Geoffrey; and Essex, Richard de

Shops, 811027 passim; named, 525; with solars, 57, 111, 510, 515, 530, 580; stall in Eastcheap, 271

Shoreditch (Shordich), Middx., see Pole, John atte of

Shyryve, Roger, 639

Sibeling (Sibilyn, Sybillyng)
-, Emma, 472, 515; widow of Thomas, 517
-, Margaret, 344; mother of Roger, 752
-, Margery (? rectius Margaret), 751
-, Roger, son of Thomas, 517
-, Thomas, 751n; late husband of Emma, 517

Sibert, king, 1072

Silgerus, 270

Sigillio, Robert de, bishop of London, 973, 9778

Silvester, Master, 10910

Simon
-, alias Syward, App. 10
-, archbishop of Canterbury, see Sudbury
-, baker, 1033
-, carpenter, 7256
-, chaloner, see Chaloner
-, cook, 529
-, merchant, 812
-, miller, & Adelina his wife, 1005
-, sergeant of [Portsoken] ward, 904
-, son of Mary, alderman, see Mary
-, son of (fitz) Rauf, 919
-, son of Walter, woolmonger, 472
-, tiler, 955
-, weaver, 83, 87

Simon
-, Edmund son of, 815
-, John son of, 123; see also Fysymon

Siredus, see Syredus

Siward (Syward)
-, alias Simon, see Simon
-, son of Herebricht, 948

Skelton, John, chantry chaplain, 995

Skinner, see Godwyne, Nicholas; Hoder, John le & Peter le; Ireland, Thomas; Kampeden, Robert de; Lincoln, Richard de; Multon, John; Tetesbury, John; Wedford, John de; Wodehous, William

Skinners, fraternity of, 454

Skip, John, 1031

Skynner
-, Hugh, apprentice, 1032
-, John, father of Hugh, 1032
-, William, 805

Skyrwyt, Geoffrey, 687

Slory, John, 830, 833, 846

Smalstrete, Adam, 480

Smeltts, Richard, 272

Smith, see Edmund; Leuesine; Martin; Ralph; Robert; Saleda; Wulspus; and Marshal, Roger

Smithfield, see East Smithfield; West Smithfield

Socage, see Legal matters

Soke, see Aldgate; Canterbury, archbishop's; Goraleng

Solio, John de, alderman, 811, 1013

Soloman, son of Laurence, 886, 910, 946

Somer, William, 794, 928

Sonke, John, 1019

Sonner, John de, 646

Soper's Lane (Sopereslane), xviii, 501, 505, 5078, 512

Sopper[e], Geoffrey, 283

Soppier, see Savuner

Sorcwod, Thomas de, 944

Sotebrok, Hugh, 316

Soudan, John, canon of St. Paul's, 323

Southe, Katherine, 65

Southwark (Suthwerc, Suwerk, etc.)
-, bailiff, see Northman, Geoffrey
-, houses, garden, meadows & quay, 447
-, parish of St. Margaret, 2769; shops, 262, 1010
-, priory of St. Mary Overy, canons, 181. 215, 239, 430, 432, 441, 539, 541, 670, 739, 740, 772, see also Herman: Robert son of Gervase: prior, 431 & n, 432, 621, 741, 1035, see also Martin

Spain (Espayne, Hispania)
-, Domengo of, 441
-, Peter, son of Richard of, 494
-, Richard of, 493; Clemence his widow, 4935

Spaldyng
-, John & his widow, 298
-, Robert, 298, 313

Spark, Richard, 249

Spelman (Spelman), Stephen, City chamberlain, 420; sheriff, 491

Spencer, John, 321

Sperling (Sperlenc, Sperlyng, Sprakeling)
-, Alexander (son of), 2356
-, Hamon, 74, 77, 80
-, John, 767, 233, 236, 2535, 1009, 10256
-, Jordan, 241, 288, 1011
-, Jordan son of Jordan, alderman, 241, 270
-, Ralph, alderman, 238, 248, 250, 267, 299, 314, 1010, 1013

Spicer, see Derekinus; John

Spigurnel, Thomas, 441

Spilman, William, 103

Spinythiot, William, 752

Spirling, moneyer, 206

Spitel Lane (Spitelelane, Spytillane), 904, 954

Sporier, Nicholas, 846

Sprakelingus, priest, 739

Sprot (Sprott)
-, Alexander, 9956
-, Hugh, 210
-, John, 711
-, William, 711

Spurrier, see Richard; Stephen; and Crouche, Thomas atte; Reding, Gilbert de; see also Sporier

Sputyng, William. 545

Spylnia, Stephen, 642

Spyng, Edmund, see Epping, Edmund

Squyrry (Squyer), John 264, 839

Stable, Adam, 502, 708, 891; his widow, 891

Stables, 441

Stacy, Richard, 745

Staford, Master Richard de, 651

Staines (Stanes), Middx., meadow at, 447

Stalke, William, 273

Stamford
-, stephen, 398
-, William, 398

Stammer, William, 830

Stanes (Stanis, Stanys)
-, Simon de, 406
-, Thomas, sheriff, 274, 557, 657, 784
-, William de, 203, 6067, 1017, 1066

Stanford (Staneford, Staunford)
-, David de, 467, 1021
-, Eustace son of David de, 4678, 1021
-, Robert de, 278
-, William, 1378, 395, 410, 751

Stanhardus, 88, 933

Stanhoppe, John, 502

Stapilford, Osbern de, 334

Stapleford (Stapilford), rector of, see Potter, Richard

Staunton (Staundon)
-, Henry, 219, 1057
-, Henry de, 3956; Agnes his daughter, 396; Christine & Wymark his daughters, 3957
-, John son of Peter de, 657
-, Peter de, 657, 947
-, Richard de, 730
-, William (de, le), 447, 595

Stebee, Solomon de, 8501; Aliena his wife, 851

Stebenheth, see Stepney, Middx.

Stebenheth (Stebbeheha, Stebeneth, etc.)
-, Gilbert de, clerk, 7301
-, John de, 322, 324
-, Solomon de, 895; Goditha his wife, 8956
-, Solomon de, son of Goditha, 896
-, William de, chaplain, 71

Sted (Stede)
-, Edmund, 808
-, Huctredus, 412, 808; Matilda his daughter, 41

Stennbatur, Richard, 726

Stenton, Sir Frank, xiii

Stephen, King of England, xv, 14, 871, 9601, 973, 97580, 9823, 1001, 10045, 1072, App. 14

Stephen
-, brother of the hospital of St. Katherine, 984
-, clerk of the exchequer, 985
-, conversus, 394
-, dyer, 228, 1061
-, fishmonger, 582
-, junior (Iuvenus sic), 242
-, palmer (carpenter), 867, 7602, 764; Eufemia his wife, 7612
-, 3rd prior of Holy Trinity, xv, 15, 76, 79, 136, 148, 152, 157, 199, 202, 209, 226, 234, 236, 241, 271, 346, 453, 456, 471, 197, 609, 614, 666, 676, 678, 6801, 700, 729, 747, 750, 776, 790, 814, 877, 887, 902, 918, 920, 931, 942, 1054, 1058, App. 15
-, son of Andrew, 842
-, spurrier, 863
-, tanner, 8826, 900, 908, 910, 946; his widow, 883

Stephen
-, Bartholomew, 423
-, Geoffrey fitz, 302, 1012

Stepney (Stebenheth), Middx., 887; field of, 905

Stepranc, Ralph, 204, 1067

Stepynght
-, Gregory de, 319
-, John de, 319

Sterry (Stere, Sterre)
-, John, 285, 305, 410
-, Peter, 1040
-, Robert & his widow, 770

Sterford, see Stortford

Stetter, Clement le, 811

Stevens, John, xi

Steward, see Byblesword, Hugh de

Steynton, John de, 712

Stocfysch, Benet, alias Trenchemer, 21819, 10567

Stockfish Wharf, 219

Stockfishmonger, see Luke, Walter son of Luke; and Petipas, Henry

Stodey
-, John, 446, 552
-, William, 450

Stoktone (Stocton), Roger, 345, 374

Stokynbury, John, 939, 941

Ston
-, Roger at, 233
-, William at, 534; see also Londonstone

Stonor, John de, justice of king's bench, 742

Storme, Richard, 382, 480

Stortford (Stertford, Storteford)
-, John, glover, 21921
-, Ralph, bishop of London, see Stratford
-, Ralph de, glover, 272

Stoulard, William, 590

Stow (Stowe)
-, John, xi
-, John de, 896
-, John de, potter, 715, 1038
-, Robert, 843
-, William, 843

Strangray, Walter, 132

Stratford Langthorne (Stratteford), Essex, abbot & convent of, 385, 612; see also Benet, abbot

Stratford-by-Bow (Stratteford), nuns of, 388, 464, 1004, 1020

Stratford (Stratteford)
-, Constance de, 1656, 191
-, John, archbishop of Canterbury, 1046
-, John de, 135, 166, 191
-, Ralph (Stortford), bishop of London, 109

Strete, Walter, 755

Stroder, William, 229

Sturry (Storrey)
-, Simon, 'catteler' [? cutler], 249
-, William, 249

Stuuecle, Geoffrey & his widow, 350, 352

Subiria, Reginald de, 3778

Subseye, Henry, 562

Suche, Alan la, warden of London, 889

Sudbury, Suffolk, college, of 354

Sudbury, Simon de, bishop of London, archbishop of Canterbury, 354, 958, 1005

Sudflete, Walter de, 248

Suething Benercheruer, 361

Suethinus, Huneman, 963

Suffolk (Southfolk, Suthfolchia, etc.)
-, Alan de, potter, 904, 915, 917, 919; Agnes his daughter, 915; Agnes his wife, 917, 919
-, Elias de, 600
-, John de, 197, 2502, 424; Agnes his wife, 197
-, Osbert de, sheriff, 124, 716, 769, 890
-, Reginald de, 447
-, Robert de, cit., 4367, 450
-, William de, 45, 479, 52, 144, 346; Christine his daughter, 48

Sumd
-, Nicholas, 590, 667
-, Richard son of Nicholas, 6678

Sumer (Sumeri), Ralph (de), 399402; Emma his daughter, 4012

Surgeon, see Oteswych, William de

Surrey, archdeacon of, see Robert

Suthcote, John, 418

Suthflite, Robert de, 380

Suthwerk
-, Edward de, 871
-, William son of Edward de, 871

Sutton, Henry de, 958

Swanne
-, Henry atte, 566
-, Thomas atte, & his widow, 347

Swetenote, Richard, 1612

Swethmanus, 672

Swetyng, Matilda, 958

Swyft (Sweyft), Roger, butcher, 3056

Symcok, Nicholas, attorney, 491

Symean, Symon, 203, 1066

Symon (Symond), John fitz, 123, 1040, 1059; see also Fysymon

Symson, Symon, 96

Syredus (Siredus), xiiixiv, 1, 963, App. 1

Syward, see Siward

T

Tabur, Hugh, alderman, 714, 719

Tailhast, Richard, 7834

Taillefer, William, marshal, 82931

Tailor, see Alban; Edmund; Roger; Thomas; and Brunton, Henry; Kent, William de; Lynne, Ralph de; see also Taylor

Tailors, gild, 772; hall (Taillourshalle), 773

Talbot
-, Henry, 153
-, John, 446

Taliator (Tailiator, Talliator), see Walter; William; and Pappekertel, Richard

Tallage, exemption, 832, 998

Talper, Stephen, 903

Tamworth, Nicholas, 595

Tanner (Tannour, Tannur, etc.)
-, Henry le, 157, 859
-, Ralph le, 144
-, Dr. Thomas, xi
-, William, 901, 905, 913, 921
-, see also Geoffrey; Kenutus; Ralph; Reginald; Richard; Stephen; and Blunt, Henry

Tanton, Henry de, & Geoffrey his son, 397

Tapicer, see Bullok, William

Tapisser, Ralph le, 294

Tathynghury, William, 285

Tauers, see Travers

Taun, Geoffrey, 232

Tauntoft, John, 995

Taverne, Paul le, 309

Taverner, see Hale, William atte

Taverns, see under Houses

Taylor (Taillour, Tailur, etc.)
-, Adam (the), 3901; Denise his wife, 391
-, Adam le, 414, 566
-, Godmund, 5567, 560, 563; Helen his wife, 557, 560
-, John le, 322
-, Nicholas, 954
-, Peter & his widow, 907
-, Philip, sheriff, 233, 447, 1008
-, Walter, 458a
-, William le, 5589, 878, 1018

Temple, 239

Temple Bar (bar of the New Temple), 1082

Tenements, named, see Houses

Tenter-grounds, xx, 195, 292, 1060

Terricus, son of Edwin, the Felter, 199; see also John son of

Testard, John, clerk, 829

Tetesbury, John, cit. & skinner, 395, 398

Teuler, see Tuler

Teuredus, priest, 624

Teveresham
-, John, 628
-, William, 628

Tewald, goldsmith 78

Thames, river, 197, 218, 220, 222, 226, 871

Thames Street, 229, 398

Theiden
-, Roger de, 62
-, Wedde de, weaver, 623

Theobald
-, alderman, 152; see also Ivo, Theobald fitz
-, archbishop of Canterbury, 14, 973, 977, 980, App. 14
-, capper, 35, 946

Theodoric
-, moneyer, 6245
-, son of Deremanus, 963

Thiep, Ighanne, 950

Thirlewell, William, 480

Thodyngton, William, alias Dodenham, 712

Tholusan, see Tulesan

Thomas
-, alderman, 1008
-, bishop of Execter, see Brantingham
-, chaplain, 906; [another], 961, 976
-, chaplain of the hospital of St. Bartholomew, 827
-, junior, 863
-, master of the hospital of St. Katherine, 992
-, Master, of Bread Street, 920
-, of Woodstock, earl of Buckingham, 1005
-, parmenter, 40
-, priest, Alice daughter of, 1024
-, priest, see Sherehog
-, saddler, 1489, 152; Alice his wife, 152
-, son of Adrian, 395
-, tailor, 37, 144, 906; [? another], 461

Thomas (Thomas fitz Richard), Thomas (fitz, son of), 1018; alderman, 604; mayor, 124, 129, 530, 535, 716, 769, 785, 890; sheriff, 32, 512

Thormeston, William, de, 1005

Thorneye, William de, sheriff, 351, 713

Thorp, John (de), 677, 682

Thotech, Gilbert de, 991

Thotenhale, Simon de, 1038

Thotenham, see Totenham

Thourswey, John, 278

'Threleggs, le', shop called, 525

Thrisse, William, 1004

Throcking (Trockyng), Herts., 1004

Thunderle. Roger de, 455

Tiler, see Alfred; Peter; Roger; Simon; and Joye, Robert; see also Tuler

Tilteye
-, Geoffrey son of Maurice, 79
-, Maurice, sheriff, 7880

Tilty (Tiltey), Essex, monks of, 80, 639

Timberhithe (Tymbheth), 604

Tiptoft (Tiptot). Lord, 80

Tiryton, Richard, 651

Tithes, on mill and gardens, 991

Tiulfus, cannon of St. Martin [? le Grand], 967

Toki (Toky)
-, Richard, 321, 324, 370
-, Stephen son of, 271

Tolosan, see Tulesan

Toltrich, Henry, dubber, 4267; his widow, 427

Tonyl, Michael, warden of the Bridge, 751

Toom, Roger, 1024

Toppesfeld (Toppisfeld, Topusfeld)
-, John, 815
-, Thomas, 833, 846

Torks, John, 289

Torneis (Tornes), Osbert, 609, 644

Torold, see Turold

Torold, Roger, 436

Tortington (Thortyngtone), Sussex, garden of the prior of, 427; priory of, 1005

Totenham (Thotenham)
-, Gilbert de, potter, 955
-, John de, 377; [another], 772

Totham
-, Helewisa(?), 506, 513
-, Katherine, 506
-, William, 5046, 51213; Margery his wife, 505; Christine his daughter, 505

Tothill, abbot of, 258

Tottenham (Totenham), Middx., church of, 13, App. 13; brothers at, 986

Totynge, John de, 6th prior of Holy Trinity, 18, 32, 82, 88, 139, 146, 154, 159, 169, 190, 259, 329, 389, 146, 501, 504, 508, 510, 512, 515, 516, 517, 596, 616, 641, 667, 668, 730, 731, 756, 765, 792, 794, 795, 797, 832, 893, 981, 986, 1016, 1021

Tour (Toure, Tours)
-, John de, 691, 701
-, John de la, 215; see also Turri

Tourstrate, see Tower Street

Tovy (Tovi)
-, Michael, mayor, 189, 213, 501, 756, 818
-, Walter, 899

Tower Hill, 958; mill on, 9756, 980

Tower of London, xiii, 11, 32, 33, 35, 39, 66, 871, 898, 959, 962, App. 11; constable, see Hocton, Hugh fitz; 'Cungate', 11, App. 11; custodian, see Othwerus; new ditch, 871; vineyard near, 972; wall, 871

Tower Street (Tourstrate), 215

Travaill (Trauill)
-, John, 943, 946
-, William, of Pulloxhill, 9434

Travers (Tauers)
-, John, alderman & sheriff, 142, 331, 336, 366, 3712, 5458, 566, 641, 71820, 7445, 1073; Margery his daughter, 547, 549
-, Walter, goldsmith, 658
-, William, 963

Trayer, see Treyer

Traynell (Traynyll)
-, John, brewer, 272
-, William, sheriff's officer, 491

Trehur, Adam le, 2768; Alice his wife, 2767

Trenchemer, see Stocfysch

Trenowthe, John, 472

Trentmars (Trentemarse, Trentemare)
-, Edmund son of Walter, 877, 8901, 899, 904, 913, 921, 928, 9367, 955
-, Geoffrey son of Susan, 930, 933, 936, 938, 950
-, Mundekinus, 889
-, Osbert, 9356
-, Susan, 181, 183, 936
-, Walter, 880, 912, 923, 927, 936, 945

Tresgoz, Mabel de, 700

Tresse, William, 303

Tretheck, William, 6478

Trey, Ralph, 584

Treyer (Trayer, Tryer)
-, Adam le, 870
-, Alexander le, 323, 939
-, Edmund le, 286
-, Ranulf le, 586
-, Robert le, 255

Trie, see Trye

Triket
-, Hugh, 1004
-, Ralph, 1004

Triple (Tripyl, Tryple)
-, John (de), cit. & fishmonger, 354, 356, 57980; Katherine his wife, 580
-, William, 588

Tristour (Tristur), William, 330, 642

Trockyng, see Throcking, Herts.

Trompton (Trumpton, Trumpynton)
-, Alice, 799, 909
-, John, 799

Tropinell, Robert, 264, 2678

Trye (Trie)
-, Geoffrey & Idoena his widow, 378
-, Jeremiah de, 4367
-, Peter de, 4356, 1019

Tryer see Treyer

Tryp, Nicholas, girdler, 289

Tudenham, Walter, 772

Tuler (Teuler), Solomon le, 920, 955

Tulesan (Tholusan, Tolosan, etc.)
-, John (de), mayor, 189, 259, 467, 489, 517, 764, 792; sheriff, 218, 327, 720, 1056
-, Michael (le), 380, 1014

Turbernus Arconerus, 178

Turbertus, 902, 9489

Turg (Turgis), Maurice, 94, 98

Turgisius, 624, 812, 933

Turgund, servant, 171

Turk
-, Andrew, 219, 298, 313, 1057
-, Godwin, 227, 1055
-, Master John, 815

Turnour
-, John le, 881
-, Keneward, see Keneward
-, Robert son of John le, 881, 894, 896, 925; his widow, 881, 894
-, William & Margaret his widow, 2423

Turold (Torold)
-, carpenter, 726
-, shoemaker, (miscalled Corold), 663, 665

Turri (Ture, Turre, etc.)
-, John son of Jordan, de 200
-, Jordan de, clerk, 186, 199200
-, Nicholas de, 93
-, Robert de, 164, 178, 186, 190, 200
-, Roger de (la), 189, 191
-, Master William de, cit., 18990, 61516
-, see also Tour

Twyer, Robert, 480

Twyford
-, John, 498
-, Nicholas, 498, 645

Tykyl, Thomas, 85, 87, 89, 92

Tymbheth, see Timberhithe

Tynbeter, Richard, 725

Tywe, John, 751

U

Uggel, William, 1004

Uherst, see Ewhurst

Unbarrio, Solomon, 404

Unctor, see Michael

Underwode
-, Roger, 896
-, William, 911, 919; his widow, 911

Upchirch, Hugh, fishmonger, 5867

Upton
-, Stephen, 566
-, Stephen de, 566

Usurer, see Ralph (& Goda his wife)

V

Valener, see Walerant

Valensi, see Waleys

Vannere
-, John, 309
-, Simon le, 323
-, Walter, 309

Vantot, Richard, 502

Vaux (de Vallibus), John, 72

Veisin (Versin, Vicinus), William, 2356, 993, 10256

Venella, see Lane

Venour, William, 454

Ver
-, Aubrey (Albericus) de, earl of Oxford, & his wife, 969
-, Aubrey (Albericus) de, sheriff, 12, 871, 960, 1072, App. 12
-, Robert de, 973, 1005

Verhierde, Geoffrey, 1026

Versin, see Veisin

Very, Peter atte, 219

Viel (Viell, Vital, etc.)
-, John (I), 629; alderman, 584; sheriff, 4423, 993, 1073
-, John (II) son of John (son of), sheriff, 571, 1019
-, John (?III), junior, 498; Isabel his daughter, 498
-, John (?IV), 597
-, William (le), 5967, 61516; sheriff, 818

Vileine (Vileyn, Vyleyn)
-, Denise la, 584
-, Geoffrey, 783, 785
-, William (le), 782

Vinea, Roger de, 552

Vineyard, see Tower of London

Vintner, see David son of Ralph; Edward; Geoffrey; Joce; Osmund; Ralph; and Chaucer, John; Conductu, Thomas de; More, William; Sadeler, John; Walworth, John

Vintry (Vyntery), 432, 449

Virly, alias Plommer, Denise, 405, 801

Vital, see Viel

Viterbo, Italy, 981

Vyndines, Bartholomew, 566

Vyne
-, Alice atte, 365
-, Isabel atte, 212
-, Matilda atte, 370, 373
-, Peter atte, 958

Vynent, John, 600

Vyntery, see Vintry

Vynur (Vinor), John (le), sheriff, 893, 923

W

W. Chaplain of Henry de Castell, 546

Wade, John, sheriff, 131, 221

Waffrer (Gofair, Gofairer)
-, Elias, cit., 41718
-, John (le), 1345, 1345, 748
-, Matilda, 748

Wakefeld
-, John, 11718, 188
-, William, 421

Wakle, John, 768

Walbrok, Richard de, alderman, 716

Walbrook, 441, 447, 451, 465; ditch of, 785

Walclive, William de, 595

Walcreth, Adam, 595

Waldegrave, Henry de, 575

Walden
-, Herman de, 783
-, John, 682
-, Thomas, 203, 755, 1066
-, Walter, 755

Waldeschef (Waldesshef), Walter, 440, 745

Wale, Henry, 777

Walerant (Valener, Walemunt)
-, Henry de, sheriff, 146, 355, 832
-, William, 428

Waleton (Waketone, Walecune), Gilbert de, 5278

Waleys (Galeys, Valensi, Walense, etc.)
-, Augustine le, alias de Woxbrigge, 48, 51, 54, 815; Matilda his wife, 54
-, Henry (le), 713, 447, 631, 641; mayor, 47, 322, 425, 567; sheriff, 60, 292, 369, 684, 864, 905, 916
-, John, 527, 529
-, Richard, 7478, 751, 811, 1004
-, Robert, 64
-, Roger, 977
-, Walter le, 631
-, William le, 91316

Walflet, Robert de, 1052

Walkelinus, 963

Walkote, John, 395, 496; his widow, 496

Wall (Walle)
-, John atte, capper, 1323, 175, 188
-, William atte, 309

Walraven, John, sheriff, 1073

Walter
-, alderman, 199
-, canon of Holy Trinity, 968; ? sub-prior, 970
-, carter, 91, 281
-, chaplain, 202
-, chaplain of St. Alphege, 678
-, cordwainer, & Avice his wife, 458a
-, deacon, 729
-, dean of Waltham, 3, App. 3
-, glover, 458a, 510
-, goldsmith, 210; alias Black, 645, 1059
-, hosier, 157
-, priest, 456
-, saddler, 860
-, ? shoemaker (calcearius), 372
-, son of Ailred, 8489
-, son of Baldwin, 461
-, son of Edmund son of Gerard, 744
-, son of James, goldsmith, 1012
-, son of Luke, stockfishmonger, 2545
-, son of Simon, 383, 736
-, sub-prior of Holy Trinity, 970
-, 'Talliator', 1015
-, whittawer, 69
-, woolmonger, 472

Walter, Richard (fitz, son of) alderman, 84, 501

Waltham, Essex, abbey of Holy Cross, 192, 235, 239, 870; church, 3, 1004, 1072, App. 2, 3, 4; dean, see Walter; dean & chapter, xiii, 1, App. 1

Waltham (Wautham)
-, Felicia wife of John de, 1035
-, Master Henry de, & Nigra his wife, 372
-, Hugh de, 347
-, Joan de, 33
-, John de, 824, 260, 800
-, Moses de, 798801; Katherine his wife, 798, 8001
-, Stephen de, 33, 1033
-, Thomas, 33
-, William de, & Ellen his wife, 920, 955
-, William de, chamberlain, 335

Walthamstow (Welcomstowe), Essex, brothers at, 986; church of, 13, App. 13

Walworth
-, John, vintner, 235
-, William, 224, 664, 1052

Wandegos, Benet, 859

Wandelworth
-, Robert, 242
-, Stephen, 659

Want (Gant, Wanter, Waunter)
-, Godfrey le, 13941
-, Odelina widow of William le, 81415
-, William le, 5860; see also Glover

Warde, Edmund, alderman, 963; see also Edmund, alderman

Wardon, William de, 1033

Wardrobe, William of the, see Ragton

Ware, Herts., prior of, 1245, 802

Ware
-, Adam de, 719
-, John de, 309
-, John de, alias de Woodford, 482
-, Nicholas de, 889
-, Thomas (de), 488, 490

Warefeld, John, 1033

Warelwast, Robert, bishop of Exeter, 973

Wares, John de, 800

Warin
-, brother [? of Holy Trinity], 828
-, chaplain (priest), 6767
-, son of Gerold, 962

Warino, Rigero, 270

Warner, John, 3678

Warwick, earls of, see Beauchamp

Wastel
-, Laurence, 488
-, William, 883, 896, 925, 928; his widow, 883, 928

Wateman, Thomas, 259

Water, John at, 901

Waterden, Richard, rent collector of Holy Trinity, 996

Waterladere
-, Geoffrey (le), 938, 94950, 958
-, Robert (le), son of Goldyng, 9467, 951

Watford (Watteford)
-, Robert de, dean of St. Paul's, 620
-, William de, 83

Watling Street, 639

Watton, Stephen de, 10th prior of Holy Trinity, 22, 723, 109n, 709, 711

Wauch, John, 493

Wax candles, 834, 843

Waye, see Weye

Wayte, Stephen le, 1004

Weaver, see Roger; Simon; and Duke, Roger; Theiden, Wedde de

Webbe, William, 896

Wedde (Weddes), Mabel, 58, 63

Wedford, John de, skinner, 61

Wedon, William, 805

Wedyngdon, Robert, 364

Welcomstowe, see Walthamstow, Essex

Welford, Richard de, sheriff, 99

Well, Geoffrey atte, 72

Welles (Wellis, Wellys)
-, John de, 46
-, Thomas, draper, 364
-, William de, 888

Weluby, Margery, 454

Wendene, Stephen (de), clerk, 91112

Wendleswurth, Stephen de, goldsmith, 1012

Wengrave, John de, mayor, 563

Wenlock, Salop, prior of, 791, 7956, see also Henry

Wenne, John, 450

Wenton
-, Richard de, 485
-, Robert de, 122

Weseby, Richard de, 830

West Fish Market, see Old Fish Market; Old Fish Street

West Ham, Essex, 1015
-, ? 'Holecuhame' near Pikeshoc mill, 1015
-, ? 'Luymudhe', piece of land next Luiam, 1015

West Smithfield, bar of, 842

Westchepe, see Cheapside

Westmelle (Westmeln', Westmyll, etc.)
-, Agnes, 677
-, Giles, 46, 83
-, Michael de, & Alice his widow, 684
-, Richard de, 946
-, Robert, 562
-, William, 838

Westmill (Westmelne), Hert 1004

Westminster, Middx., 4, 874, 1005, App. 4
-, abbot & convent of, 218, 231, 354, 401, 428, 509, 1035
-, chapel, dean of, 332
-, chapel of the sick, 970
-, church of, 13, App. 13
-, hospital of St. James, 529, 1024
-, parish of St. Clement Danes, 1028
-, plea held at, 982
-, soke of St. Martin in the Fields, 641

Westminster, Edward of, baron of the Exchequer, 982

Weston
-, John, 235, 350
-, Nicholas de, 407
-, Peter (de), cit. & potter, 36, 40, 799, 909, 929, 1038
-, William, master draper, 427, 480

Westwode
-, Eustace, 922
-, John, 735

'Weuel atte Stone', tenement called, 1040; see also 'Wyvelastone'

Weyder, Alan (le), 447, 1010

Weye (Waye), Richard atte, baker, alias atte Basket, 40, 1038

Whaplode, Robert, churchwarden of St. Margaret Fish Street Hill, 287

Whetele, William, 175

White (Whyte)
-, Hugh, see Blunt, Hugh
-, Nicholas, 490
-, Ralph, 270
-, William, 431, 485, 692, 1022

White Friars (of Mount Carmel), 1033

Whitechapel, parish of St. Mary, field & garden of, 957; see also Hog Lane

Whitingham, Robert, sheriff, 418

Whittawer, see Alexander; Gilbert; Richard; Walter; William; and Cestrehunt, Edward de; Halsted, Asketin; Littlinton, Edward de; see also Meguzer

Whittington, see Whytington

Whytby (Whyteby)
-, Adam, sheriff, 1073
-, John, rector of St. Mary Abchurch, 374

Whyte, see White

Whytebred, John, 480

Whythed, Thomas, rector of St. Michael Cornhill, 374

Whytington (Whytendon, Whytinton), Richard, 41819, 440, 4467n; escheator, 104950; mayor, 418, 1049

Whytsand, Heluisa de, 808

Wicera, 271

Widihale, see Wyddial, Herts.

Wifladeston, see Wyvelastone

Wiganus de Arcubus, 71415; his daughter, 715

Wilbertus, 236

Wileby, Thomas de, 993

Wilemy, John, of Gracechurch, 787

Wilford (Wylford), Thomas, 203, 1066

Wilihale, see Wirhale

Wilkyn (Wilekin, Wylekyn)
-, Thomas son of William, 372
-, William, 318, 320, 325, 329, 331; alderman, 1013; woolmonger, 717; Amice (Avice) his daughter, 318, 320, 406, 1013

William I, king, 1005, 1072, App. 1

William II, king, 871, 1005, 1072

William, son of King Stephen, 976

William
-, abbot of Osney, 425
-, archdeacon of London, see Belmeis, William de (I)
-, armiger, 423, 902
-, baker, 529, 676; see also Berkyng, William
-, bell-ringer, 812
-, bishop of Durham, 2, App. 2
-, bishop of Norwich, 973
-, brother of Gozo, 497
-, bureller, father of Agnes, 903
-, butcher, 272
-, chaplain of St. Botolph [Bishopsgate], 860
-, chaplain of the Bailey, 148
-, chaplain of Wood Street, [St. Peter Westcheap], 1027
-, clerk, 62; [another], 871, 963
-, cook, son of Jordan, & John his son, 682
-, de Infirmorio, 136
-, father of Agnes, 1423, 151
-, father of Amice, 406
-, glazier, 840, 1021
-, goldsmith, brother of Godard, 672
-, king's baker, 255
-, mason, 68, 92; Hawise his daughter, 68, 71
-, nephew of Keneward, 9023
-, of the Wardrobe, see Ragton
-, palmer, son of Osmund, 7901
-, preceptor, 828
-, priest, 226, ? 948, 1054; [another], 871; [another], 919
-, priest of Sherehog, 400
-, ? prior of Holy Trinity, xv
-, rector of St. Lawrence [? Pountney], 431
-, saltmonger, 726
-, shoemaker, 920, 955
-, son of Alice, sheriff, 1073
-, son of Arnulph, sheriff, 1073
-, son of Benet, see Benet
-, son of Godmund the Mercer, 123, 1267
-, son of Haldenus, 185
-, son of Isabel, sheriff, 6545, 759, 10723; Denise his wife, 655
-, son of Nicholas, 270
-, son of Ralph the Justiciar, & Denise his wife, 1018
-, son of Ralph the Vintner, 497
-, son of Richard, see Richard
-, son of Roger, 389, 765, 1016
-, son of Sabeline, 704, 1012, 1024
-, son of the priest, 856
-, son of Wido, 962
-, son of William, 761
-, son of Wolfinus, 807
-, 'Taliator', 1022
-, Vicinus, see Veisin
-, whittawer, & his widow, 929

William, Martin (fitz, son of, son of Isabel), sheriff, 283, 548, 759, 761

Wills, see Legal matters

Wiltshyr
-, John, cit. & pepperer, 41718; Alice his wife, 418
-, Richard, 41718

Wiluby, see Wylughby

Wimburn (Bunburne, Wymborne, etc.)
-, Gilbert de, 912
-, Robert, 454
-, Thomas de, 905; alderman, 912; sheriff, 189, 259, 489, 517, 764, 792; 'sockener' of the soke, 880; soke reeve, 945

Wimundus, priest, 963

Winchester
-, bishop of, 1001; see also Gyffard, William; Ilchester, Richard of
-, burial of William II at, 1072

Winchester (Wynchestre, Wynton etc.)
-, Adrian de, 3967
-, Geoffrey de, alderman, 745, 1016
-, John de, 409, 664
-, Miles de, 255
-, Nicholas de, alderman, 378; sheriff, 322, 451; [? another], 547
-, Philip de, 4934
-, Ralph de, 680
-, Richard of, sheriff, 1073
-, Robert de, 94, 485
-, Simon de (de Wirencestre), baker, 2456
-, Thomas son of Adrian de, 395, 407
-, Walter de, sheriff, 856
-, William de, 210, 1059

Winchester Seld (Wynchestreselde), 437

Windeleshores, Alfred de, 1024

Wine, London sextaries of, 411054 passim

Winter (Wint')
-, Andrew, 69, 71; Amabilla his wife, 71
-, Richard, sawyer, 69, 712; Amabilla formerly his wife, 71
-, William, 404

Wircestre, William de, sheriff, 410

Wirencestre, Simon de, see under Winchester

Wirhale (Wilhal, Wilihale, Wyrehall, etc.)
-, John son of William, 534, 6389, 641, 645
-, Richard de, 436, 4467, 488; Joan his wife, 447, 639
-, Richard son of Richard, 446, 454, 639, 645
-, William (de), 501, 5301, 533, 536
-, William brother of John, 641
-, William son of William, 642

Wiryng, John, 954

Wiskard, Richard, 944

Withulfus (Witthulfus), priest of St. Botolph [Aldgate], 964, 968

Wizo, son of Leofstan the goldsmith, 871

Wlfred, see Wulfred

Wlfric, see Wulfric

Wlgar, see Wulgar

Wlmer, see Wulmar

Wlnardus, see Wulnard

Wlpsus, see Wulpus

Wlwinus, see Wulwin

Woburn (Woburnia, Wuburne)
-, John de, 645, 826
-, Nicholas de, 645
-, Robert de, 64
-, Roger de, 842

Wodcok (Wodecok)
-, John, 461
-, John, cit. & mercer, 518, 525

Wodegate (Wodgate), John, 123, 597

Wodehous (Wodhous, Woudhous)
-, Robert, 227, 1055
-, Thomas, 350
-, William, skinner, 350, 352

Wodekot, Alan de, 4767

Wodeleye, John de, sheriff, 344

Wodemongere, Pentecost le, 250

Wodeward (Wodward), William, founder, 909, 954, 9956

Wodirton, Edward, 405

Wolcomstowe (Welcomstowe), John de, potter, 896, 925; Constance his wife, 925

Wolf (Lupus, Wolfe, Wolffe)
-, Gilbert, 427
-, Martin, 203
-, Matilda, le 201
-, Ralph, 350
-, Walter, 350

Wolfinus Grand, 8078; his sons, see Richard; William

Wolmere, Richard, 246

Wood Street, 650, 661, 6634

Woodford, John de, see Ware

Woodstock, Oxon., 875

Woodstock, Thomas of, earl of Buckingham, see Thomas

Wool, in the king's hands, 1040

Woolchurchehawe, see Hamme, William

Woolmonger, see Osbert; Simon; Walter; and Hackney, Robert de; Hamme, William; Moigne, William; Sharp, John; Wilkyn, William

Wordon, William, 132

Wortham, see Wrotham

Worthyn, John, 995

Wotton, Nicholas, sheriff, 290

Wouderovelane, see Cooper's Row

Woxbrigge, Augustine de, see Waleys, Augustine le

Wrestelyngworth, John de, 4778; Juliana his wife, 478

Wretyl (Wretele, Writele)
-, John, 815
-, Robert, 123
-, Walter de, 457

Wroth, William de, 395

Wrotham (Wortham, Wroth)
-, John, mayor, 285, 309
-, John de, & his widow, 235, 382
-, Robert de, 213
-, William de, 252

Wuburne, see Woburn

Wudeham, Reginald de, 1052

Wulfgar, 'portshyreve' of London under Edward the Confessor, 1072

Wulfred (Wlfred), 960

Wulfric (Wlfric), 960
-, butcher, 960

Wulgar (Wlgar), 185; see also Hugh, son of

Wulmar (Wlmer, Wulonar)
-, baker, 115
-, son of Edward of Essex, 197, 255

Wulnard (Wlunardus), 850
-, 'le Douerisshe', 871

Wulpsus (Wlpsus), smith, 960

Wulsun, bridge of, gate of Thames at, 222

Wulwin (Wlwinus), abbot, 960

Wurthing, carpenter, 950

Wyddial (Widihale), Herts., 1004

Wydmere, John, 636

Wygot (Wygod), mercer, 283, 1010

Wyke, William atte, 922

Wyle, William at, & his widow, 839

Wylenhale, John de, 1018

Wylughby (Wiluby), Richard, 833, 846

Wylymyn, Master John, 'ferrour', 334

Wymborne see Wimburn

Wymbulden, Richard, sheriff, 1073

Wymbyssh (Wymbisch), Richard (de), 12th prior of Holy Trinity, 24, 57, 165, 187, 205, 265, 722, 742, 1068; canon of Holy Trinity, 237

Wymond (Wymund), Henry, 172, 174; his sister, 172

Wymondyswold (Wymonyswold), William de, 130, 133

Wympler
-, Alan & Beatrice his widow, 6645
-, Henry (le), 755

Wymundham, Peter, 418

Wynchestre, see Winchester

Wynchestreselde, see Winchester Seld

Wyndesor (Wyndlesores)
-, Godfrey de, alias Draper, 6445
-, Robert de, 642

Wyndrawere (Windraker), Adam le, & Alice his wife, 920, 955

Wynfrid, king, 1072

Wyngeham, Henry de, bishop of London, 9867

Wynnok, William, 277

Wynton, see Winchester

Wyrehall, see Wirhale

Wysbech (Wysebech), Peter, chaplain, 11719

Wysset, William, 155

Wyssingshed, John, 659, 661

Wyte, see White

Wythe, Walter le, sheriff, 131

Wyvelastone (Wifladeston, Wyvelaston), land near, 199; street by the Tower against, 1060; street opposite, 195; see also Weuel atte Stone

Y

Ydonia, 572

Yford (Yfford)
-, William, 735
-, William de, 735

Yhope, John, 944

Yngs, William, 229

Yonge
-, John, 41415
-, Thomas son of John, 41415

York, archbishop of, see Kempe, John, bishop of London

You
-, John, 260
-, Robert & his widow, 260

Youn, Robert, see Barber

Ypres (Ypre)
-, John, 562
-, William de, 961, 973, 9778, 980

Yreis
-, Hugh le, 842
-, William, 1024

Yrlond, see Irland

Ysle, see Isele

Ysmongerslane, see Ironmonger Lane

Yue, John, rector of St. Michael Wood Street, 1042

Yvory, see Ivory

Yweyn, John, 475

Z

Zadelyngstanes, Hugh de & his widow, 645

Zakary, goldsmith, 673

Zakarye, Benet, 562