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Reginald R. Sharpe (editor)

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1907

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492-527

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'Index: L - Z', Calendar of letter-books of the city of London: H: 1375-1399 (1907), pp. 492-527. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=33489 Date accessed: 30 October 2014.


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Labourers, schedule of wages to be paid to divers, 110

Lacford, Lakford, Thomas, 91, 101, 161, 302, 357

Lagage, John, 431

Lamblee, Lamle, William, 170, 262

Lambourne, William, 2, 5, 52
-, — — Beatrice, wife of, 5

Lambrok, Geoffrey, 350

Lambs for sale, the price of, fixed, 61; not to be "dubbed" with fat, 372

"Lamhithe" (Lambeth), manor of, 289

Lamle. See Lamblee.

Lamport, Thomas, 365

Lampreys, freemen not to pay custom on, 24

"Lamprons" in the Thames, 279

Lancaster, John, Duke of, causes Parliament to meet at Gloucester, 98n.; an insult offered to, 107; intercedes on behalf of John Northampton, 279n., 282n.; obtains his pardon, 307
-, — — 80, 252, 372, 414, 437

Lancastre, Thomas, 427, 432
-, — — Margery, wife of, daughter of Henry de Cantebrigge, 427, 432

Lane, John, 333, 345, 406, 444

Laneham, John, 141

Lanender. See Lavender.

"Lanerette', a species of hawk, 4.
-, See also Lamer.

Langar, Richard, 130

Langbourn Ward, Aldermen of:
-, Austyn, Thomas, 325, 342, 352, 362
-, Bury, Adam de, 24, 39
-, Crymelford, Geoffrey, 213, 230, 247
-, Hatfeld, Robert, 118
-, Neutone, Thomas, 393, 409
-, Noket, Thomas, 59
-, Organ, John, 263, 283, 304
-, St. Ive (or le Chaungcour), Adam de, 24, 39, 88, 148, 178
-, Southam, John, 163
-, — assessment, 2; amount of poll-tax contributed by, 130; sends four members to Common Council, 228; sends eight, 238; sends six, 280; sends seven, 333; Thomas Noket, appointed Deputy of, 247

Langelee, John, 416
-, — William, 366, 403, 413, 418

Langeregge, Matthew, 403

Langetone, Robert, 238, 280

Langhorne, John, 125, 175, 270, 280, 334, 419, 425, 426

"Lanier," a species of hawk, 4. See also Lanerette.

Lanotes, William, 50

Lapford, John, 403

Large, John, 345

Larke, William, 44, 212, 239, 333, 341, 428, 429

"Lastage" not to be thrown into the Thames, 296

Latham, William, 133, 388

Lathe, William, 345

Latimer, William, Lord, 79, 80, 131

Launde, Robert, elected Alderman of Lime Street Ward, 47, 89, 147; elected Sheriff, 47; elected M.P. for the City, 138
-, — — 36, 42, 47, 54, 58, 59, 61, 73, 74, 77, 90, 99, 102, 104, 108, 114, 117, 124, 129, 153, 154, 166, 168

Laundene, Robert, 389

Laurence the Appealer, 328, 330

Laurence, Walter, charged with mixing divers furs, 158-9

Laurens, John, 212

Lavender, Clement, 87, 98, 113, 114, 143, 255, 268, 278
-, — — Johanna, wife of, 114
-, — Thomas, 37, 77, 170, 171

Lawe, John, 112, 197

Lawtone, William, 152

Lawtone "under the lyn," co. Chesh., 152

Leather, badly tanned, forfeited, 23, 93, 149-50; subsidy on, pledged as security for a City loan, 267, 268; agreement between Cordwainers and "Cobelers," 425

Leather Sellers, mistery of, sends two members to the Common Council, 42; ordinances of, 435

Leche, John, 13, 221

Lechelade, John, 343

Leddrede, Hugh, 403, 427
-, — John, 143, 255

Leenge, Lyenge, John, 305, 440

Leget, Helming, 398
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, wife of William Dannvers, 398
-, — — Margery, wife of, afterwards wife of Angelus Christofre, 398

Legge, Alice, 10
-, — Margaret, 10
-, — Thomas, 10
-, — — Simon, son of, 10n.

Leggere, Richard, de Croydone, 72

"Legitim," a widow's, 389n., 402.
-, See also Dower.

Lene (Leve?), John, 275, 303

Lenne, John de, 13
-, — Robert de, 2
-, — — Johanna, wife of, 2

Lepers, not to be admitted into the City, 9, 110, 173; surveyors of, discharged from serving on juries, &c., 343

Lescrop, William, 437

Lesene, Lesne, John, 130, 270
-, — Robert de, 88

Lesnes, Lesenys, Gilbert de, 104
-, — John, 29, 43, 332

"Letuse," fur of, 297

Lieuesham, Thomas, 130, 238, 270, 334

Leulyngham, near Calais, truce made at, 252, 342, 377, 414

Leve (Lene?), 275, 303

Levegood, William, 442

Levelyf, John, 291

Lewes, Priory of, 331

Leycestre, the Abbot of, 372

Leycestre, Hugh, 292
-, — John, the King's Changer and Assayer in the Tower, 164
-, — John, 165, 410
-, — William, 29

Leyke, William, 98, 113, 114

Lidbery, William, 174

Liese, John, Provost of the merchants of Amiens, 446

Lightfoot, John.
-, See Hadde.

Lile, Thomas, 150

Lillyngstone, John, 388

Lime Street Ward, Aldermen of:
-, Bamme, Adam, 393
-, Baret, William, 118
-, Begge, Hervey, 178
-, Haddele, John, 230, 247, 263, 283, 304, 324, 341, 351, 362
-, Haldene, William, 7
-, Knyghtcote, William, 163
-, Launde, Robert, 47, 89, 147
-, Sibyle, Walter, 58
-, Twyford, Nicholas, 213
-, — assessment of, 2; amount of poll tax contributed by, 131; the Alderman to safeguard the Tower postern, 172; sends two members to Common Council, 228; sends four, 238, 280; sends three, 333; Richard Gregori, Deputy of, 247

Limners, mistery of, Masters sworn, 389, 403

Lincoln, Bishop of, John Bokyngham, 80, 372

Lincoln, Lyncoll, Lyncoln, Henry, 98
-, — Richard, 43, 337, 416
-, — Robert, appointed Keeper of the Hospital of St. Mary de Bethlehem, by the King, 338
-, — Robert, 292
-, — Thomas, 143, 205, 238, 271, 334, 357, 397
-, — William, 42, 126, 239, 327

Linen-weavers, Masters sworn, 51

Lintone, Roger de, 105

"Lion on le hoop," a hostel, 225

Lisbon. See "Lusshebone."

Litiltone, Richard, 357

Litlyngtone, Lytlyngtone, Richard, 236, 238, 337

Littelworth, John, 182
-, — — Cristina, daughter of, 182

Little, Lytle, John, 14, 16, 40, 46, 47, 54, 59, 60, 62

"Little London," tenement called, 370

Livery to be worn by Aldermen when riding to Westminster with the Mayor elect, 106; the giving of, by Sheriffs restricted, 347-8; of the Mayor, Aldermen, and Recorder, to be paid for out of brokerage and scavage, 350-1

"Livery of Company," statute restricting the giving of, 353, 435n.

Loans to the King, procedure followed by the City in granting, 121

Lobenham, Ralph, 334

Loche, Thomas, 446

Lodwyk, Robert, 402

Loffenham, Nicholas, 318

"Loke," le, William Cook, "forman" at, 9

Lokes, John, 22, 28, 199

Lokes, les, lepers at, 343

Lokha, William, appointed chaplain to Guldeford's chantry in St. Paul's, 315

Lollards, action by the Pope against, 428

Lombardy, woad of, 377

Lomelyn, Lomellyn, Benedict, 361
-, — Thobias, 406, 429

London, Bishop of, his tenants to be free of toll, 5; clerks taken in adultery handed over to the Consistory of, 339
-, — Bishops of:
-, Braybrook, Robert de, 137, 451
-, Courtenay, William, 79, 80, 116n., 117, 137

London, John, 86, 132, 250
-, — Walter (de), 133, 149, 221

London, Port of, ships not to leave without permission, 68; customs in, pledged for repayment of loans, 79, 80, 88, 122-3, 159

London Bridge, gifts for repair of, 18, 376; to be safeguarded with ordnance, 65, 172; assize of nets to be used east and west of, 159; the gate on, granted to John Dustone, Serjeant to the Mayor, 212; tenants of the Stocks to contribute towards the maintenance of, 242-3; a quitrent due from the Prior and Convent of St. Mary, Southwark, to, 318; chapel of St. Thomas on, 411
-, — Wardens of, to keep in repair the latrine on the bridge, 212; Henry Yenelee (Yevelee ?), Warden, resigns, 213; auditors of their accounts, 102, 153, 168, 198, 219, 249, 273, 286-7, 332, 344, 355, 367, 385, 399, 415, 425, 434, 440, 444, 449

London Wall, lease of a garden near, 2

Longe, John, junior, 18
-, — John, 179
-, — — Johanna, wife of, 179
-, — John, 426
-, — — Matilda, wife of, daughter of John Adam, 426
-, — John, 23, 43, 108, 176, 177, 239, 250, 278, 356, 365, 366, 413
-, — Nicholas, 17, 240
-, — Roger, 3, 4, 31, 32, 35
-, — — John, son of, 4, 31
-, — — Thomas, son of, 4, 31, 32
-, — — William, son of, 4, 32

Lopham, Dionisius, 84

Lord, John, 83, 446

Lorkyn, Benedict, 426

"Lorymers" (Loriners), mistery of, ordinances approved, 396-7

Loseye, Adam, 312, 346
-, — Nicholas, 273, 388
-, — Richard, 270, 332

Lot and Scot, 93

Loulyngham. See Leulyngham.

Loundres, Roger, 216

Lounge, John, 403

Louthe, Lowthe, Robert (de), 43, 82, 105, 332, 431
-, — — Juliana, wife of, 82
-, — William, 117

Love, Reginald, 25, 65

Lovecok, Thomas, 356

Lovekyn, Adam, 42, 59, 61, 64, 78, 83, 95
-, — John, 17, 446

Lovel, Henry, 37

Loveye, John, elected Alderman of Cripplegate, 325, 341, 352, 362, 393; elected Sheriff, 344; elected M.P. for the City, 355
-, — — 88, 105, 125, 198, 239, 252, 257, 271, 281, 286, 287, 300, 305, 317, 325, 332, 335, 341, 342, 347, 352, 354, 355, 359, 362, 366, 368, 378, 380, 383, 385, 386, 387, 391, 393, 401

Lubenham, Ralph, 174, 238, 259, 270

"Lubike," wax of, 400

Lucas, John, 131, 334
-, — Richard, 278
-, — Robert, elected Alderman of Cripplegate Ward, 59, 164
-, — — 52, 59, 61, 64, 77, 78, 83, 88, 95, 99, 105, 126, 129, 141, 164, 168, 169, 195
-, — Thomas, mercer, 405
-, — — Margery, wife of, 405
-, — William, 130, 413

Ludgate, Keepers of:
-, Amerose, Hugh, 9
-, Botlesham, John, 292, 368, 374, 395-6
-, Charneye, John, 292
-, Jargevylle, Richard, 253
-, — lease of movable stall beneath, 2; to be safeguarded, 65, 171; tenements over, granted to two Serjeants of the Chamber, 97, 208; the same granted to John Beauchamp, the King's esquire, 208; becomes a prison for freemen of the City, 208, 213; houses over, granted to Richard Jargevylle, 253; murage collected at, 300; treatment of prisoners in, 402

Lughtburghe, Roger, 359
-, — — Margaret, wife of, daughter of Henry Godyn, 359

Luke, Nicholas, 406

Lumbard, Albrond (Aldebrond), 23, 24. See also Gascone.

"Lusshebone" (Lisbon), oil of, 175

Lutone, John, 332

Lyberd, William, de Coventre, 146

Lye, John de, 51

Lyenge. See Leenge.

Lyghe, Robert, 280

Lyghtfot, John, 125

Lyle, Thomas, 77

"Lymenours." See Limners.

Lynchelade, Isabella, 363
-, — John, 25n.

Lyncoln. See Lincoln.

Lyndene, John, 21

Lyndesey, Sir John, Prior of the Hospital of St. Mary without Bishopsgate, 119
-, — John, 258, 388
-, — Robert, 42, 106, 221, 239, 332, 412

Lyndewyk, Robert, 130, 333

Lynham, Richard, of co. Somerset, 154

Lynne, John, 161, 257, 258, 259
-, — — Alice, daughter of, 161
-, — — William, son of, 161
-, — Robert (de), 43, 114, 126, 239, 281, 332

Lynot, Walter, 343

Lyons, Richard, a return of his property to be made into Chancery, 30, 31; deprived of the franchise, 30n.; removed from his Aldermanry, 38
-, — Richard, 389
-, — — Isabella, wife of, claims her reasonable part of her husband's goods, 389
-, — — 12, 14, 30n., 38

Lyrp', Gilbert, 375, 397

Lytelcote, John, 125

Lytherpolle, Hugh, 322

Lytle, Robert, 114, 238, 343

M

Machyngge, Macchynge, Simon, 114, 115, 180, 239

Magge, William, 250

Maghfeld, Maufeld, Gilbert, appointed Sheriff by the King, 379, 383; elected Sheriff by the Warden of the City, 385; elected Alderman of Billingsgate, 393, 409
-, — — 125, 197, 200, 238, 271, 378, 379, 380, 383, 385, 386, 387, 390, 391, 393, 399, 401, 409, 414, 417, 419, 425, 426
-, See also Maunfeld.

Magic. See Soothsaying.

"Maintenance," forbidden, 40, 93n.; names of those found guilty of, 112 et seq.; a general pardon granted by Edward III. to those guilty of, 116

Makenade, William, 385

Makwilliam, Thomas, 239, 270, 281, 299

Maldon, co. Essex, house of Carmelite
-, Order at, 217

"Malemaker," 435

Malewayne, John, 1

Mallynge, John, of co. York, 150
-, — — Idonia, wife of, 150
-, — Thomas, 13, 216, 238, 274 281, 333

Malt, to be exposed three days for sale before being warehoused, 147; from certain counties to be sold in the City in manner prescribed, 411

Malteby, Robert, 115, 180, 300, 341

"Maltman," 181

"Malvesye," 303

Man, David, 152, 369
-, — Edmund, 398
-, — Reginald, 420
-, — Thomas, 397
-, — William, 98, 274

Manby, William, 44

Manfeld, Thomas, 370

Mangulle, John, 358, 360

Manhale, Richard, 43, 126, 238, 270, 280, 334, 419

Manytone, John, 30, 96, 233, 332
-, — — Johanna, wife of, late wife of Nicholas Harpesfeld, 96

Mapel, William, de Hamelhoke, 146

Mar, Dominik (?) de, 406

"Marberer," 26

March, Earl of, George of Dunbar, 30
-, — — Edmund Mortimer, 79, 80, 131

March, Stephen, 418

Marchal, John, 413
-, — Richard 25, 271

Marcham, John, 45

Marchant, Marchaunt, John, 135
-, — — Clerk of the Chamber, 163
-, — Nicholas, 130, 257, 258, 259

Marche, John, 25n.

Marcheford, William, 425

Mareschall, Maschall, Johanna, wife of Richard Astone, 384

Mark, Marke, John, 11, 31
-, — Roger, 180

Markeby, Henry, 49, 125, 291, 375
-, — John, 168
-, — — Johanna, wife of, 168
-, — Robert, 29, 30

Markele, Robert, 262, 410

Market, John, 337

Market overt, a shop in the City treated as a, 142-3

Markham, John, 344

Marlebek, Thomas, 211

Marny, Robert, 74

Marruffy, Stephen, 406

Martell, Robert, 1

Martin, Roger, 202, 231, 262, 280, 332
-, — Thomas, 330

Marwe, John, 410
-, — Walter, 139
-, — William, 272

Maryn, Nicholas, 26

Maryns, John, elected Alderman of Cripplegate, 9, 118
-, — — 9, 12, 14, 36, 40, 41, 46, 47, 54, 59, 118, 135, 137, 147

Maryns, otherwise Foot, John, 291
-, — — Edward, son of, 291

"Mask" of nets, assize of, 86, 159

Masks, the wearing of, forbidden, 54, 157, 293

Masone, Masoun, Hugh, 96, 113
-, — John, 173

Masons, mistery of, sends four members to the Common Council, 43; Masters sworn, 274

Mat, Gamelin, 257

"Matritawyers," mistery of, Masters sworn, 152

Maufeld. See Maghfeld.

Mauncel, John, de Wandesworth, 114
-, — Robert, 326

Maunfeld, "Gibon," 334
-, — Gilbert, 19, 43
-, See also Maghfeld.

May, John, 426
-, — William, 250

Maydestone, John, 422

Maykyn, John, 278

Maymond, John, 125, 239

Maynard, Geoffrey, 238
-, — John, 76, 104, 417
-, — Nicholas, 43, 203
-, — Stephen, 112, 113

Mayner, John, 332

Maynolf, Richard, 272

Mayor, election of, ordinances touching mode of, 39, 106 241, 289; the King's intervention in, 334; not to maintain quarrels, 40; must have served as Sheriff, 277; not to serve more than one year, but may be re-elected after an interval of five years, 347; to be presented to the Constable of the Tower, 387

Mayor, Sergeants of:
-, Covelee, Nicholas, 375
-, Dyne, John, 375
-, Est, William, 447

Mayoralty Seal, a new one made, 164-5

Mayors
-, Abyndone, Stephen de, 105, 144
-, Andrew, James, 376
-, Atte Conduit, Reginald, 243
-, Bamme, Adam, 71, 141, 171, 177, 254, 343, 357, 358, 359, 360, 361, 364, 365, 366, 367, 368, 434, 435
-, Barentyn, Drew, 445, 446, 447, 448, 449
-, Bernes, Biernes, John, 63
-, Brembre, Nicholas, 19, 52, 58, 63, 64, 66, 67, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 76, 77, 78, 79, 82, 83, 84, 85, 87, 89, 91, 92, 96, 98, 101, 102, 104, 105, 109, 180, 186, 193, 219, 229, 232, 237, 245, 246, 248, 249, 250, 251, 252, 253, 254, 255, 257, 262, 264, 265, 266, 268, 269, 271, 272, 275, 276, 277, 284, 285, 286, 288, 289, 290, 292, 303, 343
-, Bury, Adam de, 21
-, Chigewell, Hamo de, 24, 243
-, Extone, Nicholas, 137, 150, 170, 187, 227, 256, 257, 290, 291, 292, 293, 294, 295, 296, 297, 301, 302, 303, 305, 306, 307, 308, 309, 311, 312, 313, 314, 315, 316, 318, 319, 321, 322, 323, 324, 326, 327, 328, 329, 330, 331, 335
-, Farndone, Nicholas, 243
-, Fraunceys, John, 451
-, Fresshe, Frosshe, John, 135, 291, 357, 414, 417, 418, 419, 420, 422, 423, 424, 425, 426
-, Hadlee, John, 11, 72, 106, 119, 123 132, 135, 137, 139, 140, 141, 142, 147, 148, 149, 150, 152, 153, 154, 156, 197, 283, 398, 401, 405, 406, 411, 413, 415, 417, 439
-, Hende, Heende, John, 188, 291, 374, 376, 377, 379, 380, 382, 386, 442
-, Knolles, Thomas, 450
-, Lovekyn, John, 17, 446
-, More, William, 426, 427, 428, 429, 431, 433, 434

Mayors:
-, Nor[t]hamptone, John, 51, 75, 76, 99, 133, 161, 173, 176, 177, 178, 179, 182, 187, 188, 192, 195, 196, 197, 203, 204, 206, 209, 210, 211, 212, 215, 216, 217, 218, 219, 237, 245, 303
-, Not, John, 200
-, Philipot, Phelipot, John, 100, 104, 105, 106, 108, 110, 112, 116, 117, 118, 119, 121, 124, 126, 127, 129, 135, 136
-, Pyel, John, 32, 66
-, Shadworth, John, 406
-, Stable, Adam, 3, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 59, 60n., 61
-, Staundone, William, 165, 189, 267, 316, 323, 387, 390, 391, 393, 394, 396, 397, 398, 399, 400, 401, 406, 439
-, Twyford, Nicholas, 31, 32, 72, 126, 150, 188, 233, 257, 335, 338, 339, 340, 342, 344, 347, 395, 396
-, Venour, William, 211, 319, 343, 348, 350, 351, 352, 353, 355, 356, 358, 366, 380, 386
-, Walcote, John, 359-60
-, Waleworth, William, 2, 5, 7, 8, 10, 12, 14, 15, 18, 19, 156, 157, 159, 160, 161, 162, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 169, 338
-, Waleys, Henry, 242
-, Warde, John, 3, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 27, 29, 31, 35, 36, 38, 40, 41, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49
-, Whityngtone, Whytyngdone, Richard, 358, 427, 435, 437, 438, 439, 440, 441, 442, 443, 444, 445, 449
-, Wodecok, John, 446

Mayor's Court, David Bertevylle admitted attorney of, 344

Measures, prescribed for sale of ale, 201

Medelane, Thomas, 3, 4, 22, 31, 32, 53, 74, 108, 238, 280, 389

Medway, nets for fishing in, to be of prescribed mesh, 86; kydels to be removed from, 87

Meire, John, 45, 130, 326

Meldebourne, Gilbert, 21, 53, 113

Mendone, John, 98

"Menuse" (minnows), 191

"Menyver," a fur, 29, 30, 161, 232, 262

Mercers, mistery of, sends six members to the Common Council, 42, 59; to appoint men to search for merchant strangers trading in the City, 90; searchers sworn, 90-1; complaint by, that men using the mistery had obtained the franchise through the mistery of Haberdashers, 257-8

Merchant Strangers, restrictions on their trading in the City, 53, 86n., 222-3, 242, 394n., 447; to lodge with free hostelers, 90; search to be made for, and return to be made, id.; form of oath to be taken by searchers, 91; allowed to bring fish and other victuals to the City without hindrance, 190n., 226, 231, 325, 337; pray to be put on equality with other merchants touching garbling, 406; complain of having to pay scavage, 429-30
-, See also Foreigners.

"Merlawe" (Marlow), 367

Merlawe, Richard, elected M.P. for the City, 448
-, — — 127, 312, 440

Mershe, Bartholomew, 25n.
-, — Gilbert, 141, 238
-, — John, 25n.
-, — John, 113, 239

Merstone, John, 412

Merton (co. Surrey), a religious house at, 441

Mery, Philip, 346

Meryfeld, Adam, 35

Merymouth, Richard, 185

Michel, Hugh, 364
-, — John, 423, 441, 445
-, — Roger, 250, 336

Middelton, John (de), 159, 173
-, — Richard, 326
-, — Thomas de, 188
-, — William, de Caleys, 146
-, — William, 363, 428

Middlesex, Thomas Usk appointed by the King's orders Under-Sheriff of, loco John Boterwyk, 317

Mildenhale, Mildenale, Bartholomew, 238, 280, 333
-, — Constance, 149
-, — Constantine, 133, 273
-, — Peter, 161, 202, 312
-, — Richard, 18, 23, 250, 354
-, — Robert, 388, 412
-, — William, 291, 311

Miles, Thomas, 268

Milis, Milys, Benedict, 25n., 151, 292

"Milkman," 115

Miller, William, 403
-, — William, of Flanders, 337

Milnere, William, 202

Miltone, John, 50, 216
-, — — Isabella, wife of, afterwards wife of Nicholas Abyndone, 216
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, 216

Milward, William, 43, 369

Minot, Mynot, Geoffrev, 363
-, — Matthew, 114
-, — Nicholas, 318

Misteries, the, elections to Common Council to be made by men of, 36; the Council composed of members of, 41-4, 59, 64; elections of Mayor and Aldermen to be made by men of, 39; members of, to swear to keep the peace, &c, 59; an affray between Pepperers and Goldsmiths, 99; no Warden, &c., of, to receive money for presenting persons for admission to the City franchise, 162-3; masters of, to bring their charters before the Mayor and Chamberlain, 193; the Fishmongers make default, id.; to elect their own brokers, 198, 199; members of, not to act on their own authority, but to lay their complaints before the Mayor and Aldermen, 224; not more than eight persons of one mistery to be returned to Common Council, 227; six men to testify to character of applicant for City freedom, 235; their charters, &c., to be returned into Chancery, 336; translations from and to, 11, 257-60, 423, 439, 443, 446
-, — Masters of, sworn, 76-7, 96-7, 132-3, 151-2, 170-1, 201-2, 221-2, 250, 273-4, 291-2, 318, 336-7, 346, 356, 369-70, 388-9, 397, 402-3, 416-17

Mitford, John de, 82
-, — — Johanna, wife of, 82

Miton, Thomas, 332

Mockynge, Mokkynge, John (de), 1
-, — — Nicholas, son of, 1
-, — John, 161, 179, 238, 270, 281, 287, 299, 300, 333, 337, 378, 442
-, — Thomas, 66
-, — — Thomas, son of, 66

Modeshunte, William, 37

Mody, John, 131
-, — Stephen, 131

Molle, Richard, 330

Moncslowe, Henry, 132

Money-changer, in the Tower, John Leycester, 7
-, See also King's Exchange

Monk's cloth, 298

Montagu, John de, Steward of the King's Household, 248, 264

Montham, John, 112

Moor, the, 108
-, See also "More."

Moraunt, Thomas, 66

Mordone, Henry, 240, 270
-, — John, 43, 77, 274, 333, 337
-, — Michael, 250
-, — Roger, 30, 114, 410
-, — Thomas, 108, 125, 238
-, See also Mortone.

"More," le, foss called, 90
-, See also Moor.

More, John, mercer, elected member of Common Council, 42; removed from the Common Council, 64; restored, 176; elected Alderman of Cordwainer Street Ward, 178; elected M.P. for the City, 198, 211; appointed with five others to put down usurious contracts, 210; elected Sheriff, 218; committed to the custody of a Sheriff, 248; tried at the Tower, and sentenced to death, 265; reprieved and sent to Nottingham Castle, 266n.; forbidden to come within 100 miles of the City, 279, 281-2; disfranchised, 304; the King urged by Lord de la Souche to get him restored to the franchise, 305; the citizens make a protest, 305-6; not to be restored to the franchise, even if pardoned by the King, 306; an inquiry to be held touching his property, 307; pardoned by the King, id.; not to come within eighty miles of the City, id.; citizens to make oath to abjure the opinions of, 315; the King not to be urged to show further favour to, 317; judgments against, revoked, 370; restored to the City's liberties, 428-9
-, — — 38, 185, 195, 198, 200, 211, 218, 219, 225
-, — John, brewer, 28, 446
-, — John, elected Master of the mistery of Spurners, 50, 132
-, — William, elected M.P. for the City, 118, 349, 355n., 359; elected Sheriff, 286; elected Alderman of Castle Baynard, 230, 263, 284, 304, 325; ditto Vintry, 341, 352, 362, 393, 408; elected Mayor, 426
-, — — 31, 42, 74, 90, 94, 102, 125, 136, 195, 198, 200, 230, 235, 237, 246, 247, 249, 251, 263, 272, 276, 280, 284, 289, 292, 295, 302, 304, 311, 313, 320, 325, 331, 341, 342, 344, 347, 349, 352, 355, 359, 362, 366, 367, 368, 378, 380, 383, 386, 387, 393, 399, 408, 414, 417, 427, 428, 429, 431, 433, 434, 439, 440, 444

Morell, Richard, 125, 238, 246, 269, 300, 333, 345

Morgan (Wales), the Abbey of, 448

Morice, Mareys, William, 341
-, — — Alice, wife of, 341, 345
-, — — — John, son of, 341, 345
-, — — — Thomas, son of, 341, 345

Morkoe, Richard, 318

Mortimer, Edmund, Earl of March, 79, 80

Mortone, Henry, appointed a collector of the poll-tax, 157; renders account, 164
-, — John, elected Alderman of Tower Ward, 59
-, — — 37, 59, 64, 77, 78, 125, 195
-, — Thomas, 361
-, — Walter, 130
-, See also Mordone.

Mortymer, John, 174
-, — Thomas, 83, 356

Moryng, Henry, 271
-, — — Elizabeth, wife of, 271

Morys, Peter, 270, 281
-, — Richard, 96

"Morysk," wax of, 400

Mot, Gamelin, 350, 422

Mount, John, 49
-, — — Alice, daughter of, 49
-, — — Kathenne, wife of, afterwards wife of Thomas Ectone, 49
-, — John, 429

Mounteneye, Thomas, de Norwys, 146
-, — William, 280

Multone, John, 202, 231, 262
-, — Robert, 197
-, — William, 254

Munstede, John, 186
-, — — Emma, wife of, formerly wife of Richard Forster, 186

Muntham, John, "joynour," 113

Murage, petition to the King for a grant of, 236; money borrowed from Barnes' chest to be repaid out of, 287; schedule of, 297-9; collectors of, appointed, 300; surveyors of, sworn, id.

Muskham, Robert de, 188

Muster, Mustour, John, 270, 334, 400

Mydone, Thomas, 346

Mymmes, Walter, 403

Myne, Richard, 10

Myniot, Michael, 144
-, — — Juliana, wife of, daughter of Robert de Uptone, 144

Myrifeld, Adam, 130

Mysdene, Robert, 351

Myte, John, 115

Mytone, Thomas, 318, 369

N

Nabourne, Robert, 375

Nas, Nasse, Henry, 315
-, — Ralph, 402

Nasshenden, William, 356

Nasynge, John, 336

Naufretone, William, 204

Navy, the Prior of St. John of Jerusalem an admiral, 50

Naylere, John, 73

Nectone, Thomas, 211

Nedham, John, 382
-, — — Emma, daughter of, 382
-, — — John, son of, 382
-, — — his chantry in the church of St. Dunstan in the East, 382

Neel, Thomas, 239, 281, 343
-, — Walter, his bequests for repair of highways, 134
-, — William, 389

Nesle, merchants of, payments to the City in respect of their "composition" by, 399, 425, 429, 446. See also Amiens and Corbie.

Nets, false, condemned, 86, 87, 255, 277-8, 279, 285, 426-7; called "trunkes," to be burnt, 154-5; commissioners for observance of assize of, 159, 253

Nettere, John, 278

Neuby, John, 43, 45

Neuman, Robert, 369
-, — "Sayeure," 273

Neuport, Andrew (Alderman), elected M.P. for the City, 437
-, — William, elected Sheriff, 12; elected Alderman of Queenhithe, 58, 178
-, — — 5, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 24, 25, 35, 40, 58, 61, 64, 77, 78, 124, 129, 149, 152, 153, 154, 178, 185, 214, 240, 246, 278

Neutone, Newtone, Newentone, Andrew, 114
-, — Geoffrey, elected Alderman of Dowgate, 89, 148
-, — — elected M.P. for the City, 98
-, Geoffrey, 89, 90, 102, 104, 117, 124, 148, 154, 195, 246
-, — Robert, 398, 440, 445
-, — Thomas, appointed Sheriff by the King, 379, 383; elected Sheriff by the Commonalty, 385; elected M.P. for the City, 355, 359; elected Alderman of Langbourn, 393, 409
-, — — 345, 378, 379, 380, 383, 385, 386, 387, 390, 391, 393, 409, 415, 425, 434, 444
-, — Walter (pepperer), 327, 444

Neve, Bartholomew, 175, 177, 400, 446

Neville, Alexander, Archbishop of York, 321
-, — Alice, assessed as a Baroness, for poll-tax, 131
-, — John de, of Raby, ordered to attend the election of a Mayor and see it be done according to custom, 250
-, — Richard, 407

Nevylle, lord, his house, 65

Newel, William, 152

Newent, John, 254, 434

Newentone. See Neutone, &c.

Newerk, John, de Caleys, 147
-, — John, 255

Newetone alias Glattone, John, a prisoner in Newgate, 285

Newgate, to be safeguarded, 65, 171; murage collected at, 300

Newgate Gaol, Commissions for delivery of, 19, 50, 64, 106, 118, 149, 159, 174, 204, 229, 269, 276, 322, 335, 348, 361, 401, 415, 427, 435, 440, 445
-, — Keepers of: Berteville, David, 330
-, Quenewelle, John, 9
-, — officials at, any complaints against, to be laid before the Mayor and Aldermen, 112, 199; a bequest of a service book for use in, 185; David Berteville, keeper of, id.; "bocardo" in, 204; officers of, not to brew ale or retail victuals, 209-10; for serious offences, 213; a prisoner for debt in, not to be compelled by writ of Exchequer to answer for a debt unless the debt be real and not feigned, 223; writ to bring up a prisoner in, 285; return thereto, id.; ordinance touching treatment of prisoners in, 402

Newman, William, 292

New Sarum, a Parliament held at, 230

New Temple, Bar of, 230

Nichol, Nicholl, John, 212

Newtone. See Neutone.
-, — Robert, 29

"Nicol" (Lincoln), county of, 323

Night-walkers, proclamation against, 226, 247

Noble, Henry, 23
-, — John, de Dorkynge, 23

Node, Ralph, 151, 346

Noke, John, 275
-, — — Richard, son of, 275

Noket, Thomas, elected Alderman of Langbourn Ward, 59; ditto Candlewick Street Ward, 213
-, — — 52, 59, 61, 64, 72, 77, 78, 195, 213, 218, 219, 280, 333, 338

Nook, John, 315

Norbury, Northbury, Richard, removed from the Common Council, 64, 303; restored, 176; elected M.P. for the City, 198, 211; elected Alderman of Bassishaw, 214; committed to the Tower, 248; tried at the Tower and sentenced to death, 265; reprieved and sent to Corfe Castle, 266n.; forbidden to come within 100 miles of the City, 279, 281-2; to be deprived of the franchise, 304; the King urged by Lord de la Souche to get him restored to the franchise, 305; the citizens make a protest, 305-6; not to be restored to the franchise, even if pardoned by the King, 306; an inquiry to be held touching his property, 307; pardoned by the King, id.; not to come within 80 miles of the City, id.; citizens to make oath to abjure the opinions of, 315; the King not to be urged to show further favour to, 317; judgments against, revoked, 371; restored to the franchise, 429
-, — — mercer, 36, 38, 41, 42, 126, 148, 210, 211, 214, 215, 218, 219, 254

Noreys, Edmund, Warden of the Guildhall Chapel, 339

Norffolk, Nortfolk, Henry, 16, 202
-, — John, 84, 238 297, 335

Norfolk, Countess of, a fraud practised on, 121

Norman, Walter, 87

Normantone, John, 345

Norreys, Thomas, 7

Nor[t]hamptone, John, draper, 26
-, — — Petronilla, wife of, 26
-, — — elected Alderman of Cordwainer Street Ward, 9; elected Sheriff, 47; elected M.P. for the City, 98; elected Mayor, 169; elected Alderman of Dowgate, 177; ordinances made during his Mayoralty regulating the sale of fish, 190-1, 192; re-elected Mayor at the King's suggestion, 200-1; finds sureties for keeping the peace, 229n.; arrested by the King's orders and committed to Corfe Castle, 229; the question of his being allowed to return to the City decided in the negative, 245; his trial at Reading, 246n.; his trial at the Tower, 264-6; committed to Tintagel Castle, 266n.; forbidden to come within 100 miles of the City, 266n., 279; a proposal that he should be allowed within 40 miles of the City rejected by the citizens, 281-2; disfranchised, 304; the King urged by Lord de la Souche to get him restored to the franchise, 305; the citizens make a protest, 305-6; not to be restored to the franchise even if pardoned by the King, 306; an inquiry to be held as to his property, 307; pardoned by the King, id.; not to come within 80 miles of the City, id.; the City prays the King not to pardon, without evidence of City officials, 313; citizens to make oath to abjure the opinions of, 315; the King to be no more petitioned to show further favour to, 317; judgments against, revoked, 359; not to be a subject of controversy, 364; restored to his estates, 370; restored to the franchise, &c., 419-420

Nor[t]hamptone, John, 9, 12, 14, 15, 16, 18, 24, 26, 27, 36, 38, 40, 41, 46, 47, 51, 54, 58, 59, 61, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 83, 87, 90, 94, 95, 99, 108, 115, 124, 133, 142, 153, 161, 173, 176, 178, 179, 182, 187, 188, 192, 195, 196, 197, 203, 204, 206, 209, 210, 211, 212, 215, 216, 217, 218, 219, 229, 237, 245, 287, 303
-, — Leonard, 332
-, — William, 207

Northampton, a writ dated from, 156; Parliament of 1310 held at, 153; a poll-tax imposed by, 153n.; Statute of, touching the carrying of arms, 250

Northawe, John, 130

Northbury, Richard. See Norbury.

Northumberland, the Earl of, 174, 372

Northward, Thomas, 170

North Weald, co. Essex, 182

Northwold, John, 75
-, — — Johanna, wife of, daughter of Richard Nortone, 75

Northwyche, Norwyche, John, 237, 270, 333, 363, 382

Nortone, Leonard (de), 354, 358
-, — Richard (de), 71n., 75
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, wife of John Northwold, 75
-, — — John, son of, 75
-, — — Katherine, wife of, 71, 72, 75
-, — William, 112, 113, 444
-, — — committed to the Castle of Berkhampstede, 231

Norwich, citizens of, to be free from toll, 53, 54
-, — Bishop of, crusade led by Henry Despenser, 218; his temporalities seized by the King, 220n.

Norwyche. See Northwyche.

Not, John, 200

Nottingham, Mayor, Aldermen, and citizens summoned to appear before the King at, 377-8; proceedings against the City at, 379
-, — Earl of, 376, 437

Nottingham Castle, Richard II. at, 312

Notyngham, John, 25n.
-, — Richard, 397

Novel Disseisin, assize of, 115

O

Oath, form of, to be taken by citizens, 178, 314-15; administered to Aldermen and chief citizens as well as to Members of Parliament, 328

Odyham, Richard, elected Chamberlain, loco John Ussher, 149
-, — — 11, 16, 23, 26, 27, 31, 32, 42, 49, 51, 52, 72, 76, 79, 82, 106, 126, 127, 137, 142, 150, 160, 161, 165, 167, 169, 170, 177, 179, 180, 182, 186, 187, 188, 190, 206, 209, 210, 212, 214, 216, 219, 227, 232, 250, 254, 255, 267, 268, 273, 279, 284, 287, 290, 291, 294, 295, 297, 305, 308, 315, 316, 319, 326, 327, 331, 334, 338, 339, 340, 341, 342, 343, 345, 350, 357, 358, 360, 361, 364, 367, 371, 384

Offyngtone, Offyntone, Henry, 45, 366, 403

"Of the Ile," Thomas, 216

Okelee, Simon, 410
-, — — Johanna, wife of, daughter of John Waltham, 410

Old Fish Street, 255, 268
-, — Wardens to survey sale of fish at, 143

Old Ford, mill for fulling cloth at, 37

Olescompe, Oliscompe, John, 37

Olneye, John, 240, 270, 280, 334, 407
-, — John, the younger, 125

Olyver, Edmund, elected Alderman of Bridge Ward, 58; ditto Dowgate Ward, 118, 164
-, — — 58, 64, 77, 78, 118, 125, 135, 136, 164, 168, 169, 238, 246, 267, 270
-, — John, 334
-, — John, convicted of forestalling the cloth market, 94
-, — William, elected Alderman of Walbrook, 213, 284, 304, 362, 393; ditto Coleman Street, 409
-, — — 21, 43, 213, 219, 235, 238, 246, 262, 270, 280, 284, 286, 287, 289, 295, 304, 313, 320, 362, 368, 373, 375, 378, 380, 385, 386, 387, 391, 393, 401, 409, 415, 417, 422, 426

"One hand," compurgation by, 402

Orchard, John, 257

Ordinances, Book of, revised, 99, 100. See also "Jubile."

Organ, Orgon, John, elected Alderman of Broad Street Ward, 88, 148; ditto Coleman Street, 178, 230; ditto Langbourn, 263, 283, 304; elected M.P. for the City, 153, 230, 252, 286; elected Sheriff, 272
-, — — 38, 46, 47, 54, 55, 59, 83, 90, 94, 95, 98, 102, 104, 105, 108, 117, 124, 129, 141, 153, 154, 178, 185, 195, 200, 221, 230, 235, 237, 246, 247, 249, 251, 252, 256, 263, 272, 276, 280, 283, 285, 286, 287, 289, 295, 299, 304, 313

Ormesby, John, 67

Ormond, Earl of, 312

Orpedman, Thomas, 243

Orphanage, 1, 5, 7, 8, 10, 11, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 21, 23, 28, 29, 31, 32, 35, 44, 45, 48, 49, 52, 66, 67, 70, 71, 75, 76, 79, 82, 91, 92, 96, 105, 117, 119, 126, 127, 135, 138, 139, 141, 142, 148, 150, 160, 161, 165, 167, 169, 170, 177, 179, 182, 185, 186, 187, 188, 189, 206, 209, 212, 216, 217, 220, 226-7, 253-4, 255, 256, 257, 262-3, 266, 267, 275, 291, 293, 295, 297, 305, 308, 316, 319, 323, 331, 350, 352-3, 354, 357, 359, 360, 361-2, 364, 365, 367-8, 370, 371, 380, 381, 390, 394, 398, 400, 404, 405, 410, 414, 419, 423, 424, 425, 426, 429, 435, 440, 441, 442, 445-6, 447

Orphanage, abduction of an orphan over sixteen years of age, 1; marriage of, without leave of the Court of Aldermen, 52, 186, 211, 341, 359-60; permission to marry an orphan granted by the Mayor, 394; custom of the City touching, 327, 345; guardianship of an orphan idiot of full age, 430-1

Ortyerd, John, 131

Orwelle, John, 383

"Osemond," murage chaigeable on, 298

Oseneye, writ dated from, 286

Oseye, Osoye (Aussai ?), wine of, 210, 214, 303, 308, 365

Osneye, William, 74

Osse, John, 390
-, — — Avice, wife of, afterwards wife of Thomas Duffhous, 390
-, — — John, son of, 390
-, — — Thomas, son of, 390

Oteley, John, mercer, 401, 402
-, — John, 150, 239, 271, 275, 316, 317, 323, 406, 415, 442
-, — Thomas, 239, 316

"Ottre," a fur, 159

Ouchale, Richard, 135

Outlawe, John, 25

Outre, Owtre, Richard, 62, 350

Overtone, Simon, 67
-, — William, 361

Owmfrey, William, 346

Oxford, schools at, 150; its charter allowed by the City of London, 398-9; Thomas Somerset, Mayor of, 398; writ to the Mayor, &c., of London not to exact toll from burgesses of, 436; return thereto, id.

Oxwyk, Oxewyk, John, 405
-, — — Petronilla, daughter of, 405, 406
-, — — Thomas, son of, 405
-, — John, 281, 333

P

Pacoun, Pacone, John, 96, 291, 356

Padegris, Pategris, Robert, 13, 132

Padyngtone, Henry, 82, 308
-, — — John, son of, 82, 308
-, — — Katherine, daughter of, 82, 83

Page, John, 130, 211, 339
-, — Simon, 370
-, — Thomas, 389

Painters, mistery of, sends two members to the Common Council, 44

Pakwode, Paewode, John, 365
-, — Walter, 149, 240

"Palet of Spain," a jewel called, pledged as security for a loan to the King, 160

Palmere, Thomas, 333
-, — William, 52, 113

"Paltockes" of satin called "Jackes," 67

Palyng, John, 126, 218

Panter, Thomas, 365

Pantone, Thomas, 281, 332, 354, 358, 378, 405, 413

Parker, John, 334, 396
-, — John, Serjeant of the Chamber, 418
-, — Thomas, 89
-, — Walter, 11, 83
-, — William, elected Alderman of Bishopsgate, 393, 409; elected Sheriff, 433
-, — — 332, 358, 367, 378, 393, 399, 401, 409, 415, 417, 426, 434, 439, 440

Parles, Ralph, 291
-, — — Mary, wife of, 291

Parliament, writs and returns of election of City Members, 20, 55, 75, 97-8, 117, 138, 153, 168, 181, 198, 211, 220, 230, 252, 273, 286, 322, 329, 334, 349, 355, 387, 404, 417, 434, 436-7, 448
-, — the "Good," 30n., 31n., 38; Sheriffs not to be returned to, 98n.; two Aldermen elected by the Aldermen, and two Commoners by the Commoners, 98, 117-18; City Members elected in the Common Council, 211; the expenses of City Members, 108, 334, 346; at Gloucester, proceedings at, touching Brembre, the Mayor, and the Earl of Buckingham, 104, 111-12; petitions to, in favour of Northampton, More, and Norbury, 370, 371; the "Merciless," 321
-, — grants by, 83, 95, 96, 119-20, 147, 228, 248, 254, 256, 278, 283, 323, 324, 338, 420-1

Partrich, Patriche, John, 197, 407

Parys, Geoffrey de, 88
-, — Richard, 356
-, — Robert (de), 125, 240, 257, 281, 332, 350, 392, 399
-, — Roger, 240, 281, 312
-, — Simon, 105

"Pasqe Florye," 90

Passelewe, Matthew, 99, 125, 238, 271, 280

Pastelers, ordinance for regulating the business of, 139

Pastelers, mistery of, Masters sworn, 77, 133.
-, See also Pie-bakers.

Patenham, William, girdler, 295

Paternoster-maker, 256

Pathe, William, 170

Patriche. See Partrich.

Patrik, Geoffrey, 430, 431
-, — — Cecilia, an idiot, daughter of, 430

Pattesle, Richard, 337

"Patynmakers," mistery of, surveyors, 135; strangers and foreigners to be excluded from the trade, id.

Paulyn, Guy, 79

Pauntone, Thomas, 126, 239

Pavement, the, at Gracechurch, cornmarket at, 133; ditto at Neugate, id.

Payn, Henry, 76, 356, 389
-, — Johanna, 418
-, — John, goldsmith, 343
-, — — Johanna, wife of, 343
-, — John, City Coroner, 450
-, — Robert, 119
-, — — Agnes, daughter of, wife of John Bunne, 119
-, — — — Alice, daughter of 119
-, — — — Katherine, daughter of, 119
-, — Roger, 44, 295, 300
-, — Walter, 115

Pays, John, 450
-, — — Simon, son of, 450
-, — Nicholas, 43, 126, 152, 333

Peautrer, Nicholas, 220
-, — — Thomas, son of, 220
-, — — William, son of, 220

Pecche, John, Alderman, 16; removed from his Aldermanry, 22, 38; deprived of the freedom, 44
-, — John, committed to custody of Sheriffs for refusing to pay a sum of money due to his ward, 141, 142
-, — — Philippa, daughter of, wife of John Costantyn, 142
-, — John, 195

Pecok, Richard, 152, 257

Peek, Robert, 308, 412, 413, 418

Peet, "Gaillard," 131

Pekham, James de, 67
-, — — Lora, wife of, 67

Pelham, John, 130

"Pelters," mistery of. See Skinners.

Pembroke, Earl of. See Valence, Aymer de.

Penne, Matilda, 324

Penreth, John, 341
-, — — Emmota, wife of, 341

Penrose, John, 392, 419

Penteneye, Richard, 370

Penyng, Peter, 363

Pepperers, elect weigher at the Great Balance, 22; in affray between Goldsmiths and, 99
-, See also Grocers.

Percy, Thomas, 392

Perfyt, William, 221

Perisholt, Pershote, Persold, Peter, 37, 171, 202, 292

Perman, Gilbert, 50
-, — William, 237

Permay, William, 25, 125, 270, 333

Permaystede, Permestede, Henry, 259, 333, 413

Pernell, Thomas, 356

Perot, Henry, Common Clerk of the City, 8, 71, 262, 268

"Perreie," a fur, 176

Perrers, Alice, complaints against, to be laid before Parliament, 81

Pershore, William, 239, 281

Person, Thomas, 83

Pery, Richard, 133, 149

Peryman, Richard, 271

Peryndone, Henry, chaplain, 149

Pesok, Thomas, 426

"Peteresnettes," found to be false, 278

Petipas, Petypas, Henry, 125, 238, 281, 333

Petteleye, Stephen, 77, 170, 212

Pewterers, mistery of, sends two members to the Common Council, 43

Peyntour, John, 130
-, — Roger, 332

Peyto, John, 376

Philip, John, of Pistora, 198

Philipot, Phelipot, John, 6, 49
-, — — Margaret, wife of, widow of John Berlyngham, 49
-, — — elected M.P. for the City, 75, 138, 168, 220; the King's customer in the Port of London, 88, 123; elected Alderman of Cornhill Ward, 88, 147, 177, 230; elected Mayor, 104; builds a tower on the riverside for the Citys protection, 155; his death, 230
-, — — 12, 14, 40, 46, 47, 54 59, 73, 79, 80, 88, 89, 90, 94, 98, 99, 100, 104, 105, 106, 108, 110, 112, 118, 119, 121, 124, 126, 127, 129, 135, 136, 147, 153, 154, 166, 168, 177, 198, 200

Phippe, John, 86

"Pickage," a toll claimed by the Prior of St. Bartholomew at his Fair, 70

Plcot, Pycot, Pykot, William, 155, 336, 345, 369, 381, 402

Pie-bakers, not to buy ale to sell again, 209; not to buy poultry or fish before Prime, 214
-, — mistery of, Masters sworn, 62, 389
-, See also Pastelers.

Pigeon, Pygeoun, John, 62, 77, 126, 130, 227, 239, 281, 367, 377
-, — William, 389

Pillory, punishment of, for cheating with dice, 25; for forging a bond, 67; for the purse trick, 67-8; for slandering an Alderman, 94; for selling a putrid partridge, 110; for unlawful pretence, 154; for selling coal by short measure, 156; for selling putrid pigeons, 165; for selling unwholesome fish, 197; for practising magic, 198, 207; for sell ing coal in unlawful sacks, 215, 266; for selling false bow-strings, 272; for a false appeal, 329; for practising soothsaying, 351; for insulting a Recorder, 361; for falsifying a deed enrolled in the Husting, 365; for pretending to be an officer of the Marshalsea, 376; for selling false powders, 412

Piltone, William, 84, 187

Pinners, Pynners, mistery of, sends two members to the Common Council, 44
-, — Masters sworn, 77, 96, 132, 151, 152, 170, 222, 273, 292, 337, 346, 356, 369, 389, 417

Pipehurst, Robert de, 105

Pipot, Robert, 43

Pirial, John, 217

Pirie, Pyrye, Richard, 202, 318

Pirman, Gilbert, 292

Pistoye, James, 363

Pleaders, their duties, 402
-, See also Common Pleaders.

Pleystowe, John, 413

Plomer, Hugh, 98

"Plomers" (Plumbers), mistery of, 41; sends two members to the Common Council, 44

Plot, John, 238
-, — Richard, 239, 281

Plow Monday, 276n., 293, 348, 361, 368, 404, 418. See also Wardmote, Great Court of.

Pluket, Nicholas, 24
-, — — Juliana, wife of, afterwards wife of John Frosshe, 24

Plumbers See "Plomers."

Plumouth, Richard, 397

Poignaunt, Poynaunt, John, 87, 143, 155, 195
-, — Roger, 403

Pol, Richard, 133

Polayne, wax of, 400

Polhill, Thomas, 388

Polle, Thomas, 168, 281, 332, 449
-, — William, 143, 154

"Pollicier" of wax in the City, 400n., 406, 407

Poll-tax (of 1377), 60, 62; (of 1379), 129, 131; (of 1380), 157-8, 163, 164

Ponde, Avice, wife of John Hillestone, 413, 431

Pondere, John, 22

"Pontandemer" (?), murage chargeable on, 298

Ponterell, Alianora, 112

Pope, John, 15, 126, 254, 270, 334, 438
-, — Thomas, 44, 125, 239, 281, 333

Pope, the, his attitude towards Italian merchants, 55; to be sued for a confirmation of the fraternity of journeymen Cordwainers, 311; his attitude towards Lollards, 428

"Popel," a fur, 262

Poppe, Puppe, Geoffrey, 2, 134

Porter, Edward, 113
-, — Henry, 271
-, — Robert, 21, 322

Portesmouthe, Robert, 363

Port of London See London, Port of.

Portsoken Ward, the Prior of Christchurch ex-officio Alderman of, 84n., 154, 378, 380, 386, 401; claims a stray horse, 301-2
-, — assessment of, 2; amount of poll-tax contributed by, 130; sends two representatives to Common Council, 228, 281; sends four, 240; sends three, 333

Portugal, expedition to, 160

Postern, the, by the Tower, John Gardyner, keeper of, 9; murage collected at, 300

Pot, Henry, 181

Potenhale, Walter, 220

Potenham, John, 151
-, — William, 424
-, — — Alice, wife of, 424
-, — — Alice, daughter of, 424
-, — William, 150, 212, 239, 281, 316, 333

Potesgrave, Pottesgrave, Thomas, 43, 333

Pottere, John, 369
-, — Roger, de Bury, 146

Pottone, Robert, 50, 130, 174, 336

Potyn, Nicholas, 37

Pouchmakers, condemn badly tanned leather, 93
-, — mistery of, sends two members to the Common Council, 44; Masters sworn, 51, 77, 132, 151, 170, 250.
-, See also "Tassemakeres."

Pouleshotte, Richard de, 23
-, — — Roger, son of, 23

Pouleswharf, 65, 107

Poulte, William, 343

Poultry, schedule of prices to be paid for various kinds of, 110; brought into the City by foreign poulterers, and afterwards removed outside the City for sale, declared forfeited, 158

Pound, John, 129
-, — Thomas, 412

Pount, John, 51, 135, 170

Pountadour, John, 363

Pountfreyt, Henry, 425
-, — John, 19, 42, 108, 180, 235, 238, 246, 270, 273, 281, 287, 299, 333
-, — — Johanna, wife of, 19
-, — — Thomas, son of, 19
-, — John, 393, 422, 443
-, — Peter, 302
-, — Robert, 221
-, — Thomas, 133, 149, 221, 403
-, — William, 235, 239, 262, 271, 280, 332, 363, 412

Power, Nicholas, 77, 130

Poynaunt. See Poignaunt.

Poyntz, Robert, 214

"Prattisferye," 427

Preaching Friars, House of, the King's Council held at, 302; unlawful assembly by journeymen cordwainers held at, 311

Prentiz, Prentys, John, 37, 42, 144, 221, 248, 404, 405
-, — Thomas, 43
-, — Thomas, "fleccher," 343

Prestbury, Geoffrey, 25n.

Prestone, Nicholas, 25
-, — Richard (de), elected Alderman of Cordwainer Street Ward, 89; ditto Dowgate, 230, 263, 284, 304
-, — — 89, 108, 117, 124, 195, 230, 246, 247, 249, 276, 280, 284, 286, 287, 289, 295, 304

Prestwyke, John, 389

Prichet, Prychet, John, 90, 115
-, — William, 10

Prince, Prynce, Gilbert, "Gibbon" (Gilbert ?), 333, 442
-, — — Robert, son of, 442
-, — Gilbert, 44, 90, 126, 239, 271, 281

"Print" of a mazer, 371n.

Priour, John, 363

Profete, John, 449

Proffyt, John, 79, 360, 382, 425, 426

Prophete, John, 403

Protections by the King, restricted, 223

Proude, William, 329

Provendre, Thomas, 360

"Provse," Thomas, 441
-, — — Johanna, wife of, formerly wife of Thomas Frensshe, 441

Prynnere, John, 412

Pulham, Stephen, 403

Pulle, Richard, 76, 222, 295, 346, 403

Purfot, Richard, of Grenewych, 154-5

Purlee, Thomas, 102

Purpresture, a, 162

Pursere, John, 185
-, — William, 232
-, — — Agnes, daughter of, 232
-, — — John, son of, 232
-, — — John, another son of, 232

Purveyors. See King's Purveyors.

Puteo, Bartholomew de, 377

Pyel, John, elected M.P. for the City, 20; elected Alderman of Castle Baynard, 88
-, — — 12, 14, 20, 24, 32, 40, 54, 59, 66, 90, 94, 124

Pyge, John, 278

Pykas, William, 315

Pyke, Thomas, 76

Pykeman, Andrew, elected Alderman of Billingsgate Ward, loco John Wrothe, resigned, 48; elected Sheriff, 77; elected Alderman of Billingsgate Ward, 88, 148
-, — — 42, 54, 59, 77, 78, 85, 98, 102, 104, 117, 129, 131, 153, 154
-, — Giles, 147
-, — Stephen, 243

Pykemyle, William, 121

Pykenham, Pikenham, Walter, 43, 126, 161, 235, 238, 262, 280, 334

Pykot. See Picot.

Pynchebek, John, 281, 332, 375, 397
-, — Thomas, 335
-, — William, 397

Pynchon, Pynchoun, John, 347; elected Alderman of Cornhill, 352, 362
-, — John, 400, 445
-, — — Thomas, son of, 400, 445
-, — — 126, 238, 246, 280, 330, 347, 352, 355, 359, 362, 366, 368, 380, 386
-, — Walter, 400, 445, 446

Pynners, mistery of. See Pinners.

Pynnok, Thomas, 45, 97, 337

Pynnore, Thomas, 422

Pynot, Henry, 274

"Pynoun" of arms, 286

Pypar, William, 315

Pyryman, Richard, 134

Q

Quays, a toll levied on boats for keeping them clean, 152

"Queek," a chequer-board called, 174

Queenhithe, corn, &c., brought to, to be exposed three days for sale before being warehoused, 147
-, — Bailiff of, to see that no ale pass to Westminster to be sold by hucksters, 215

Queenhithe Ward, Aldermen of:
-, Cosyn, John, 393
-, Neuport, William, 58, 147, 178
-, Ragenelle, John, 164
-, Vanner, Henry, 213
-, Vyne, John, 89
-, Welford or Wilford, 118, 230, 247, 263, 284, 305, 325, 341, 352, 362, 409
-, — assessment of, 2; amount of poll-tax contributed by, 131; sends four representatives to Common Council, 228; sends ten, 240; sends five, 281; sends seven, 332; Robert Parys, Deputy of, 247

Queen's Wardrobe, the valet of the, to be admitted to the franchise in the mistery of Tailors, 282-3

Queldryk, Queltrige, John, 143, 149, 155, 255

"Quyltemakere," 293

R

Rabas, Rabbas, Roger, 312, 356

Rabat, Roger, 326

"Raclefisshe," stockfish called, 299

Radclyve, William, 77, 133

Radeles, Reginald, 151
-, See also Rales.

Radewelle, Richard, 125, 134, 238, 281, 333, 424
-, — — William, brother of, 125
-, — William, 130, 281, 333, 378, 422, 447

Radyngtone, Baldewyn, Knt., Warden of the City, 341, 357, 382, 383, 384, 385, 386, 391

"Ragenas," a species of cloth, 298

Ragenel, Ragenelle, John, elected Alderman of Queenhithe, 164
-, — — 164, 169, 176, 195, 239, 246, 270, 281, 287

Ragenhulle, John, 332, 378, 385

Raigate, Roger, 25n. See also Reygate.

Rakers Rakery, 108, 360

Rales, Ralos, Reginald, 17, 77, 274, 337. See also Radeles.

Rameseye, John (de), 26, 44
-, — — Alice, daughter of, 44, 45, 180, 181n.
-, — — Felicia, wife of, afterward wife of Henry de Thame, 26, 45, 180
-, — — Margery, daughter of, 180
-, — — Mariota, daughter of, 180
-, — John, 29, 31
-, — — Ralph, son of, 29, 31
-, — Nicholas, 86, 87, 143, 209, 255
-, — Ralph, 179

Rande, Adam, 388

Randolf, Peter, a "latoner," unlawfully meddles with trade of a goldsmith, 34
-, — William, 25n., 67, 445

Rasene, Rasyn, John, 133, 221

Ratford, John, 84, 187, 362, 417
-, — — John, son of, 187
-, — — Thomas, son of, 187
-, — — Walter, son of, 187
-, — — William, son of, 187, 188

Ratteseye, Adam, 238, 280, 333

Rauf, John, 412

Raulyn, John, 114

Raven, Thomas, 266
-, — — Alice, wife of, daughter of Thomas Skynner, 266

Ravendale, Michael de, 188

Raye, John, 345

Rayner, Bernard, 13

Reading, the Mayor and others summoned to attend the King at, 245-6; the trial of John Northampton at, 246n.; judgments passed against John Northampton at, revoked, 359, 370

"Reasonable part," a widow's. See "Legitim."

Reche, John, 23, 92, 180, 206, 221, 305, 306

Recorder of the City, not to maintain any quarrel, 40; City custom declared by word of mouth of, 86; fees for enrolments in the Husting at one time given to, 100; an insult offered to a, 361; has only authority to pronounce judgments of the Mayor and Aldermen, 395

Recorders:
-, Cheyne, Cheynee, Chene, William, 54, 59, 72, 77, 78, 84, 99, 100, 102, 104, 105, 117, 135, 136, 142, 149, 150, 153, 154, 168, 169, 176, 180, 187, 197, 218, 233, 237, 249, 251, 268, 272, 276, 279, 286, 293, 295, 306, 313, 320, 335, 342, 344, 347, 348, 395, 396
-, Cokayn, Cokeyn, John, 417, 425, 426, 433, 434
-, Depham, Roger, 366
-, Haldene, William de, 12, 14, 16, 17, 36, 40, 41, 46
-, Makenade, William, 385
-, Sadelynstanes, Hugh, 17
-, Southeworth, Matthew, 444, 448
-, Tremayn, John, 355, 361, 366, 368

Rede, Henry, 443
-, — John, 370, 403, 417
-, — — Agnes, daughter of, 370
-, — John, 215, 273, 337, 346, 356
-, — Ralph, 332

Redehode, John, 356

Redyng, John, elected Alderman of Castle Baynard, 118, 164
-, — — 118, 124, 135, 137, 164, 168, 169, 176, 195, 240, 246, 270

Reede, Henry, 297
-, — — Constance, daughter of, 297
-, — Richard, committed for not obeying a summons, 292, 293

Reigner, John, 28
-, — — Alice, daughter of, wife of Richard Fraunceys, 28.
-, See also Reyner.

Remes, Reymes, John, 18, 23, 343

Rents, a tax of 12 pence on every 20s. imposed on, 300

Resoun, Robert, 238

Reve, John, 91, 333

"Revers" (a fur?), 176

Reygate, Roger, 212
-, — — Felicia, daughter of, wife of Peter Fairchild, 212
-, — Thomas, 402

"Reylee' (Rayleigh, co. Essex), the King's lodge at, 37

Reymes. See Remes.

Reymond, William, 151, 197, 291, 356

Reyner, Bernard, 113, 152
-, — John, 3, 10, 11, 43, 103
-, — — Margaret, servant of, 3, 11
-, — — — Alice, daughter of, 3, 10, 11, 103. See also Reigner.

Reynham, Thomas, elected Alderman of Aldersgate Ward, 148

Reynham, Thomas, 25n., 89, 98, 102, 104, 105, 124, 129, 148, 153, 154, 162, 195, 239, 246, 270, 281, 287, 329

Reynold, John, 240, 324, 332, 366, 404

Reynwelle, Thomas, 446
-, — — William, son of, 446
-, — William, 238, 271, 275, 334

Richard, David, 37
-, — John, 403
-, — Robert, 176, 177, 189
-, — — Agnes, wife of, 176
-, — — Alice, daughter of, 177
-, — — John, son of, 177, 189
-, — — Robert, son of, 177

Richard II., his accession, precautions taken for safeguarding the City, 64-6, 68; claims at his coronation, 69; writ for present coinage to continue currency, 69; writ of Privy Seal for four citizens to attend a Council touching the war with France, 73; pledges crown and jewels as security for City loans, 79, 80, 81, 87, 88, 122-3, 149, 156, 159, 160, 218, 219, 267, 268, 293-4; his charters to the City, 86, 87, 222-3, 242; his agreement with Count Louis of Flanders, 99; appeals to the City for money for defence of the realm, 119-120; the City's reply, 120-1; his marriage, 160; crown, &c., pledged with the City, returned for the occasion, id.; the inhabitants of the City to take an oath of fealty to, 167, 178; in great pecuniary difficulties, 181; his letter to the City suggesting there election of John de Northampton as Mayor, 200, grants pardon to the Mayor, &c., for executing John Constantyn, 231; petition to be made to, for authority to punish misdoers in the City, 244; no petitions against the City's government to be made to, 249; his expedition to Scotland, 269, 272; letters patent admitting a discharged member of the House of Almaine to be a free subject, 278; to be asked not to allow Northampton, More, and Norbury to come within 40 miles of the City, 282; purposes an expedition to France, 288, 289n.; commission of regency, 286n., 296n.; urged by Lord de la Souche to get Northampton restored to the franchise, 305; the citizens make a protest, 305-6; pardons Northampton, at the instance of the Duke of Lancaster, 307; forbids further intervention in favour of Northampton, 317; takes the lords appel lant as well as Brembre and other advisers under his protection until the meeting of Parliament, 320-1; no one to speak ill of, 321; City loan of 5,000l. to, 323; proclaims the innocence of Nicholas Extone, 331; writs touching the election of a suitable Mayor, 334-5; writs for return into Chancery of charters of City Misteries and Guilds, 336; a subsidy to enable the King to go to France to make peace, 373; deprives the City of its Mayor and Sheriffs, 379; restores the City's liberties and remits fines, 380-1; articles sent by the Commons in Parliament to, 420-1; goes to Ireland, 421; marries Isabella of France, 434; at Woodstock, 438; thanks the City for pecuniary assistance, id.; resigns his crown, 448n.

Richemond, Henry, 388

Ricolf, Rycolf, Hugh, 291, 318, 402
-, — John, 273, 370, 388

Ridere, John, 87, 255
-, — William, 10

Rikhille, Rykylle, Walter, 427
-, — William, 204, 229, 264, 269, 276, 335, 348, 361, 401, 415, 440, 445

"Ripieres," foreign fishmongers called, 234

"Riptage," a wine, 365

Riseby, Robert, 78

Robert, King of Scotland, 220

Robert, John, 250

Robyn, William, 96, 250, 312

Robynet, John, 15
-, — William, 160
-, — — Richard, son of, 160, 161

Roche, Alan, 130

Rochele, la, wine of, 27

"Roches," in the Thames, 279

Rochester, Bishop of, Thomas de Brinton, 9

Rodelond, Thomas, 67

Roderam, Robert, 43, 45

Roffyn, William, 130

Roke, William, 295

Rokel, Geoffrey, 113

Rokesby, Alan, 77, 334

Roket, John, 297, 413
-, — Robert, 238

Rokyngham, Henry, 130

Rolf, Thomas, elected Alderman of Broad Street, 213; elected M.P. for the City, 252

Rolf, Thomas, 108, 126, 215, 218, 219, 233, 235, 239, 246, 249, 262, 270, 273, 281, 287, 299, 332, 422

Romayn, Thomas, 144, 433
-, — — Juliana, wife of, 144, 433
-, — — his chantry in the church of St. Thomas the Apostle, 433

Romeneye, Richard, 258

Romeseye, John, 115, 130
-, — William, 175

Ronhale (Rouhale?), Richard, Doctor of Laws, 340

Roo, Stephen, 366

Rook, William, 271

Roolf, Thomas, 43, 94

Roos, John, 67
-, — Richard, 189

"Roperie," la, 101

Rose, Richard, 112, 114, 221, 239
-, — Thomas, 13, 274, 388

Rote, John, elected Alderman of Walbrook Ward, 89; elected M.P. for the City, 153, 230; elected Sheriff, 168; elected Alderman of Farndone Ward, 178; ditto Cornhill, 230, 263, 284, 304, 325, 342
-, — — 29, 43, 89, 94, 96, 102, 104, 105, 117, 124, 129, 136, 148, 152, 153, 154, 168, 169, 178, 195, 198, 200, 235, 246 249, 251, 263, 266, 272, 276, 280, 284, 285, 286, 287, 289, 295, 304, 313, 320, 325, 326, 335, 342, 347
-, — Nicholas, 73, 126, 139, 141, 179, 239, 270

Rothewelle, William, 270, 375

Rothynge, Gilbert, 343

Rotour, John, 394

Rous, John, 79, 125
-, — Robert, 43, 118
-, — Simon, 238, 343

Routhe, John, 374

Rugge, John, 211
-, — Robert, 217

Ruggele, John, 114

Rule, William, 186, 235, 260, 270, 281, 442

"Rusburghe" (Risborough, co. Bucks), 289

"Ruskyn," a fur, 262, 297

Russell, Richard, 7, 15, 17, 18, 43, 239
-, — — Richard, son of, 7, 15

Rutland, Edward, Earl of, 437

Rybot, Robert, 324

Rychemond, John, 397

Rydere, Robert, 43

Ryelee, John, 202

Rygeslee, John, 67

"Rygold," a species of wood, 298

Rykhille. See Rikhille.

Ryngsone, John, 435
-, — — Alice, wife of, daughter of Michael Herland, 435

Ryot, Roger, 130

Rysynge, William, Prior of Christchurch, 84

"Ryvere," a wine, 365

S

Saddlers, condemn badly tanned leather, 93
-, — mistery of, Masters sworn, 35, 416; sends four members to the Common Council, 42, 59; yeomen of, unlawfully form a Fraternity and assume a livery, 431-2

Sadelynstanes, Hugh, 17

Sadyngtone, John, 152

Saffrey, Richard, 281

"Saham" (Soham ?), co. Cambridge, Thomas, vicar of church of, 167

St. Alban, Wood Street, parish of, 187

St. Andrew Huberd, church of, 114, 115

St. Anne, Aldersgate, Alan Shopwyk, Rector of the church of, 112, 113

St. Antholin, church of, 225, 301

St. Audoen, church of, John Wardroper, parson of, 114; parish of, 10

St. Bartholomew, the Prior of, 70, 372
-, — Hospital of, Nicholas, Renter of, 115

St. Bartholomew the Little, parish of, 363

St. Bennet, Gracechurch, Hatfeld's chantry in church of, 411

St. Botolph, Billingsgate, parish of, 19, 288

St. Bride, church of, curfew rung at, 25, 373

St. Christopher, church of, Thomas Goldyngtone, Rector of, 9
-, — parish of, 427

St. Clement, Candlewick Street, parish of, 253

St. David's, Bishop of, Adam Houtone 56, 80

St. Dionisius, parish of, 217, 364

St. Dunstan East, parish of, 25, 345
-, — church of, chantry of John Nedham in, 382

St. Dunstan West, church of, 296

St. Esmond, Thomas, 139

St. George without Southwark Bar, parish of, 318

St. Giles without Cripplegate, parish of, 90, 431
-, — church of, curfew rung at, 25, 373

St. Giles Hospital for lepers, 155, 343

St. Ive, Yve, Adam de, elected Alderman of Langbourn Ward, 24, 39, 88, 148, 178, ditto Broad Street, 230, 247, 263, 284, 304, 325, 342, 352, 362
-, — — 20, 21, 24, 39, 40, 41, 46, 47, 54, 59, 76, 88, 102, 104, 105, 108, 124, 148, 153, 154, 178, 185, 195, 198, 200, 237, 246, 247, 249, 251, 263, 266, 272, 276, 278, 284, 286, 287, 289, 295, 304, 313, 320, 322, 325, 335, 338, 342, 344, 347, 352, 355, 359, 362, 368, 378, 380, 386, 387

St. Iwayn. See St. Audoen

St. John the Evangelist, church of, Edmund Wymondeswolde, Rector of, 104

St. John of Jerusalem, Robert de Hales, Prior of Hospital of, an admiral, 50; Prior of, his difference with the Bishop of St. David's, 56; complains of nuisance caused by animals being slaughtered in the City, 372

St. John Zakary, church of, Henry Spondone, Rector, 139

St. Katherine by the Tower, Chapel of, 236
-, — Hospital of, 283

St. Katherine Colman, parish of, 345

St. Laurence, Jewry, parish of, 216

St. Laurence Pountney, parish of, 175
-, — church of, 288

St. Magnus, parish of, 97

St. Martin le Grand, Walter Skirlawe, Dean of free chapel of, 51
-, — proceedings in error at, 56, 85, 294, 344, 368, 369, 374, 392. See also Writs of Error.

St. Martin without Ludgate, parish of, 363

St. Mary, the new Hospital of, within Cripplegate, 144

St. Mary Aldermary, church of, 164

St. Mary de Bethlehem, Hospital of, John Gardyner, Warden of, 165, 338
-, — Hospital of, to be distrained for money due to the Chamber, 343

St. Mary without Bishopsgate, Hospital of, Sir John Lyndesey, Prior, 119

St. Mary atte Bowe, parish of, 265
-, — church of, curfew rung at, 25, 373

St. Mary de Fenchirche, parish of, 150

St. Mary de Gerendon, monastery of, 348

St. Mary of Graces, William, Abbot of, 356

St. Marymount, John (de), 23, 24, 27

St. Mary Overee, Southwark, church of, 196

St. Mary, Somerset, church of, chantry of John de Gildesburgh in, 149; Simon Brigstoke, Rector of, id.

St. Mary, Southwark, Peter de Cheyham, Prior of the church of, 143
-, — Prior and convent, 318

St. Mary de Stanyng, parish of 414

St. Mary, Woolchurch, John Wyles, parson of, 358

St. Michael, Crooked Lane, parish of, 161

St. Michael "le Quern or atte Corn," parish of, 343, 354, 358, 365
-, — church of, Roger Fryseby, Rector of, unlawfully closes a gate, 89

St. Mildred, Poultry, parish of, 198, 258

St. Nicholas Acon, a procession by parishioners of, on Corpus Christi Day, 342

St. Nicholas del Coldabbeye, parish of, 268

St. Nicholas Shambles, butchers of, 274; Masters sworn, 6, 61; a butcher of robbed of a leg of mutton, 366
-, — parish of, 10, 34
-, — church of, 110, 114

St. Omer, Lady Emma, Prioress of Kilburne, 405

St. Paul, standard foot measure of, 46

St. Paul's, tenants of, Dean and Chapter, to be free of toll, 5; William Shrouesburi, Canon of, 112; the Renter of, 115; visit of the Mayor and Aldermen on Whit-Monday to, 188; chantry of Henry Guldeford in, 315; Dean and Chapter requested by the City to admit John Neuton, Rector of Halstede, to the chantry of Henry de Guldeford, 338

St. Peter, Broad Street, church of, Henry Bever (Bener?), parson of, 185

St. Peter, Cornhill, church of, visit of the Mayor and Aldermen at Whitsuntide to, on way to St. Paul's, 188

St. Peter near the High Cross in Chepe, parish of, 168

St. Peter, Paulswharf, church of, Thomas Knapet, clerk of, arrested for abusing the Duke of Lancaster, 107

St. Sepulchre, parish of, 329

St. Stephen, Walbrook, parish of, 26

St. Swithin, parish of, 139

St. Swithin's Lane, 366

St. Thomas de Acon, College of, Thomas Sallowe, Master of, 16
-, — church of, the courts of Bakers, called "Halymotz," held in, 207; the Great Conduit opposite to, 354

St. Thomas the Apostle, church of, John Kyngeshous, parson of, 433; Romayns chantry in, id.

St. Thomas de Suthwerk, Hospital of, chapel built by Ralph Halstede in, 111

St. Vedast, parish of, 88, 104

Salamon, Salamon, 349

Salesbury, John, 98, 102, 132, 187, 279
-, — — surveyor of the Thames, 253, 282, 285, 314
-, — Thomas, Knt., 170
-, — — Paul, son of, 170

Salewy, Nicholas, de Pyrytone, 376

Salisbury, Bishop of, his hostel in Fleet Street, 326
-, — John, Earl of, 437

Salle, John, 132, 239, 257

Sallowe, Alice, 418
-, — Thomas, Master of the College of St. Thomas de Acon, 16

Salman, John, 45, 134

Salmon may be sold by "birlesters," 244

Salpertone, John, 63, 130, 367
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, 368
-, — — Margery, wife of, afterwards wife of Richard Gnytyng (Guytyng?), 368

Salters, mistery of, sends three members to the Common Council, 43

Same, Thomas, 114

Sampsone, Henry, 446
-, — John, 97, 211, 254, 426, 427
-, — Robert, 174
-, — Thomas, of co. Suffolk, 316
-, — — Simon, son of, 316
-, — — — Margaret, wife of, dau of William Knyghtcote, 316
-, — Walter, 152, 278

Samuel, John, 412

Sand, Walter, 182
-, — — Johanna, wife of, daughter of Robert Berewyk, 182

Sandewych, John, 11, 31, 32

Sandhurst, John, 238, 270, 333, 378

Sandone, John, 350, 363

Sandwelle, Richard, 171

Sandwich, ships to be sent to, 22; a force to assemble at, 269

Sangherst, William, 212

"Sarre," near Sandwich, 174

Savage, Sauvage, Arnald, Knt., 383
-, — Richard, 170, 341
-, — Robert, 134, 382
-, — William, 152, 270

Savoye, the, 236

Sawyer, Ralph, 397

Sayvelle, Alexander, 96, 185

Scardeburgh, John de, Deputy-Coroner, 398

Scavage, Skawage, a custom paid by strangers for defraying expenses of Mayoralty, 350-1; the office of, to be given to certain valets of the King's Chamber, 385; always paid by foreign merchants, 429-30

"Scawageours," the duties of, 361n.

"Scawange". See Scavage.

Schirwode, John, 62

Schranelee, Richard, 397

Schrympelmersche, Shrympelmersshe, William, 44, 221, 240, 270, 281

"Scone," attitude of merchants of Almaine towards the King's subjects at, 101

Scone (Sconie, in Fifeshire?), 175, 190

Scorfeyn, John, 69, 126, 212, 221, 239, 281, 332

Scot, John, 2, 388
-, — Richard, 174, 175
-, — Stephen, 181

Scotland, truce between England and, 95, 156, 220; expedition of Richard II. to, 269, 272n.; Robert, King of, 95

Scrope, the lord, 372

Scut, Scutt, Richard, 51, 70, 71
-, — — Cassandra, wife of, afterwards wife of William Somerwell, 70, 71
-, — — Gregory, son of, 70
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, wife of Thomas Cokkes, 51, 70
-, — — Thomas, son of, 51, 70

Seal, for sealing cloth, 145, 146
-, — of the Mayoralty, a new one made, 164-5

Seccheford, Henry de, 105

Seder, Stephen, "fleccher," 343

Segal, Edward, 406

Segood, John, 96
-, — Richard, 426
-, — William, 426
-, — William, junior, 426

Segrave, Hugh de, the King's Treasurer, 219, 267

Segre, Richard, 403

Selbourne, John, 259

Selby, John, 416

Sellinge, John de, 144

Sely, John, elected Alderman of Bread Street Ward, 118; ditto Walbrook, 178, 230; to give a dinner to his fellow-Aldermen for not wearing a silk-lined gown at Whitsuntide, 188; elected Sheriff, 198
-, — — 21, 23, 43, 83, 95, 118, 121, 125, 135, 136, 147, 148, 178, 185, 195, 198, 200, 215, 218, 219, 225, 230, 237, 246, 247, 248, 249, 251, 280, 287, 334

Seman, John, 119, 131, 203, 312
-, — Martin, 25-6, 375, 388

Sempryngham, the Prior of, 372

Sendale, Robert, 43

Sene, Philip de, 363

Senelle, Alexander, 250

Sergeant, John, 113

Sergeant, Serjaunt, Thomas, 28, 52, 98, 169
-, — — Johanna, wife of, afterwards wife of Richard Tiderle, 169

Serjeant-at-Arms or Common Crier, John Wallyngtone, 2, 70, 71, 252

Serjeant of the City, Hugh Brendewode, 253

Serle, Serlee, Richard, 92, 130, 239
-, — William, 83, 131, 426

Serne, Richard, 43

Sethere, Stephen, 292

Sevarne, John, of Flarders, 388. See also Severne.

Sevenoke, William, 449
-, — William, son of William Rumschedde of Sevenoke co. Kent, 439

Severne, John, 369. See also Sevarne.

Sevesterre, John, 239, 333, 350, 390

Seville. See "Cyvylle."

Sewale, Sewalle, Alice, 413
-, — John, 134, 281, 363, 436
-, — John, de Coggeshale, 146
-, — Stephen, 270
-, — William, 14, 185, 250, 336, 402

Sexteyn, John, 240

Seye, John, 363

Seymor, John, 358, 360
-, — — John, son of, 358, 360

Seyntfoy, Abraham, 187

Seyntmarymont, John, de Lukes, 23, 24, 27

Shadeworth, John, elected Alderman of Tower Ward, 213; ditto Coleman Street, 263; ditto Bassishaw, 284, 304, 325, 352, 362, 393, 408; elected M.P. for the City, 349, 448; elected Sheriff, 367; removed from office of Sheriff by the King, 379; arrested by the King's orders, 383; pardoned, id.
-, — — 49, 94, 125, 168, 207, 213, 215, 219, 235, 239, 246, 254, 257, 263, 271, 276, 284, 285, 286, 287, 289, 295, 299, 300, 304, 313, 320, 325, 332, 335, 341, 342, 344, 347, 349, 352, 359, 362, 367, 368, 374, 377, 379, 380, 385, 386, 390, 391, 392, 393, 401, 406, 408, 417, 426, 439, 440, 444, 449

Shakelok, John, 422

Shaldeford, Andrew, 21

Shalyngford, John, 105, 259, 332

Shank, Walter, 388

Shardelowe, Thomas de, 93

Sharpynge, William, 3, 4, 22, 32, 238, 334

Shearmen, mistery of, sends two members to the Common Council, 44; Masters sworn, 221, 346, 356, 369, 388, 403, 416

Shedewater, William, 351

Shelford, Henry, 113
-, — Henry de, appointed Deputy-Coroner, 81, 254
-, — John, elected Alderman of Coleman Street Ward, 118
-, — — 118, 121, 125, 129, 136, 147, 195, 239

Shene, the King's manor of, 250, 278

Shepeye, John, 107, 318

Sherewynde, Shirwynd, Robert, 189, 413

Sheriffs, election of, 12, 46, 77, 102, 135, 153, 168, 198, 218, 249, 286, 313, 331, 344, 355, 366, 385, 399, 414 433, 439, 444, 449

Sheriffs:
-, Askham, William, 439, 440, 444
-, Austyn, Thomas, 332, 335, 344, 347
-, Balauncer, Ralph le, 105
-, Bamme, Adam, 198, 218, 225
-, Barentyn, Drew, 399, 414
-, Baret, William, 135, 136, 137, 138, 142, 149, 153
-, Bodley. See "Budeley."
-, Boseham, John, 102, 104, 107, 108, 112, 117, 121
-, Bramptone, 415, 417, 425
-, "Budeley" (Bodley), William de, 144
-, Carlille, Karlille, Adam, 332, 335, 342, 344, 347
-, Caustone, William de, 105
-, Chircheman, John, 272, 276, 285
-, Cornewaleys, Thomas, 102, 104, 112, 117, 121
-, Doget, Walter, 153, 154
-, Elys, Roger, 425, 426, 429, 433
-, Extone, Nicholas, 249, 251, 266, 272
-, Fastolf, Hugh, 313, 327, 330, 331
-, Fraunceys, John, 5, 358, 366, 374
-, Fresshe, John, 249, 251, 266, 272
-, "Goudchepe" (Godchepe), Hamo, 144
-, Hende, John, 168, 169, 195
-, Heylesdone, John, 135, 136, 137, 149, 152, 153
-, Hyde, William, 449
-, Karlille. See Carlille.
-, Knolles, Thomas, 415, 417, 425
-, Knyghtcote, William, 153, 154
-, Launde, Robert 47, 58, 61, 73, 74, 77
-, Loveye, John, 344, 354, 355, 380, 386
-, Maghfeld, Maufeld (Manfeld ?), Gilbert, 379, 383, 385, 387, 390, 393, 399
-, More, John, 218, 219, 225
-, — William, 286, 289, 292, 295, 302, 311, 313, 331
-, Neuport, William, 12, 13, 14, 16, 24, 25, 35, 40
-, Neuton, Newenton, Thomas, 379, 383, 385, 387, 390, 393
-, Nor[t]hamptone, John, 47, 58, 61, 73, 74, 77
-, Organ, John, 272, 276, 285
-, Parker, William, 433, 434, 439
-, Pykeman, Andrew, 77, 78, 85
-, Rote, John, 168, 169, 195
-, Sely, John, 198, 215, 218, 225
-, Shadworth, John, 367, 368, 374, 377, 379, 380, 386, 390
-, Shiryngham, William, 425, 429, 433
-, Staundone, William, 286, 289, 295, 302, 311, 313
-, Twyford, Nicholas, 77, 78, 85, 99
-, Vannere, Henry, 367, 368, 374, 375, 377, 380, 386, 390
-, Venour, William, 327, 329
-, Vyvent, Thomas, 355, 366, 374
-, Wade, John, 444, 448
-, Walcote, John, 344, 354, 355, 380, 386
-, Walderne, William, 449
-, Warner, John, 444, 448
-, Welford, Thomas, 433, 439, 448
-, Whytyngdone, Whytyngtone, Richard, 399, 414
-, Wodecok, John, 439, 444
-, Wynchecombe, Simon, 218, 219, 225, 248, 249, 294

Sheriffs, to have no more than four serjeants, 12; forbidden to maintain any quarrel, 40; one moiety of victuals forfeited to, to go to the Commonalty, 47; to have six mounted serjeants to report matters touching the City's defence to the Mayor, 66; not to be returned to Parliament, 98n.; serjeants of, sworn, 102; complaints against, to be laid before the Mayor and Aldermen, 112, 133, 199; to return records of assizes to the Guildhall Chamber, 175-6; their officers not to brew ale nor retail victuals, 209-10; election of, to take place on St. Matthew's Day, 241; to be responsible for escape of a prisoner, 294, 374; also for any disturbance that may arise at the election of a Mayor, 334-5; the giving of "livery" by new, restricted, 347-8; not to ride to Westminster for presentation at the Exchequer, 348; removed by the King, 379; election of, restored to the City, 384; new, presented to the Constable of the Tower, 386; render their accounts into the Exchequer, 390; officers of, ordinances touching, 402; serjeants of, their fees, id.

Sheriffs' Courts, practice to be followed in, 213

Sherstone, John, 10

Sheryngham, Simon. See Shiryngham

Shether, Alice, condemned to "le thewe" for being a common scold, 10
-, — Bernard, 112
-, — Simon, 202

"Shethers," mistery of, Masters sworn, 13, 63, 96, 133, 152, 170, 202, 221, 250, 274, 388, 397, 416

Shipbrok, Roger, 6

Shipman, John, 115

Ships, merchant, allowed to accompany the King's war ships, 311

Shirebourne, Richard, 13, 76

Shirreve, Roger, 295

Shirwynd. See Sherewynde.

Shiryngham, Sheryngham, Simon, 146
-, — William, elected Alderman of Bishopsgate, 213; ditto, Bread Street, 325, 341, 352, 362, 393, 409; elected Sheriff, 425
-, — — 150, 213, 215, 219, 239, 257, 270, 287, 296, 299, 325, 332, 335, 341, 342, 347, 359, 362, 367, 368, 378, 380, 385, 386, 387, 391, 392, 393, 399, 401, 409, 415, 417, 422, 425, 426, 429, 433, 434

Shiryngtone, Richard, 21

Shitbournlane (Sherborne Lane), 422

Shopwick, Alan, Rector of church of St. Anne, Aldersgate, 112, 113

Shordich, John, 139, 141
-, — — Margaret, dau. of, 139, 141
-, — Richard de, 105

Short, Hugh, 439, 440, 444

Shot, Shote, Richard, 318, 416

Shrewsbury, Parliament adjourned to, 443, 444

Shrouesbury, John, 115
-, — Laurence, 187
-, — William, Canon of St. Paul's, 112
-, — William, 115
-, — — Elizabeth, concubine of, 115

Shrympelmersshe, William. See Schrympelmersche.

"Shrympes," 191, 373

Sibile, Sibyle, John, 109, 238, 280, 287, 300, 333, 378
-, — John, 161
-, — — Margaret, wife of, daughter of John Gille, 161
-, — Walter, 167
-, — — Margaret, wife of, formerly wife of John Hothom, and afterwards wife of John Grace, 167, 168
-, — Walter, elected Alderman of Lime Street Ward, 58; ditto Bridge Ward, 118, 163; deputy of Bridge Ward, 247; elected M.P. for the City, 75, 117
-, — — 42, 58, 61, 64, 73, 78, 87, 90, 94, 117, 118, 121, 124, 135, 136, 141, 143, 153, 163, 166n., 168, 169, 176, 235, 238, 239

Sibsay, Thomas, 326, 357, 365, 381, 435

Sidenham, Sydenham, Richard, 85, 368, 392

Sigalle, Edward, 429

Silbourne, John, 250

Silkstone, John, 336, 416

Silvertone, John, 35, 240, 270

Simond, Nicholas, 326

Skames, William de, 73

"Skawange," la. See Scavage.

Sket, Richard, 37, 171

Skinners, complain of merchants of Almaine mixing furs, 101-2; usurious contracts by, 261, 302-3
-, — mistery of, an insult offered to Masters of, 29; brokers of, 35, 91, 344, sends six members to the Common Council, 43, 59; to appoint men to search for merchant-strangers trading in the City, 90; Masters sworn, 170, 199, 202, 318, 388;

Skinners, mistery of:
-, Searchers of, 91; Surveyors of, 101, 231-2, 262; Wardens of, 161, 262

Skinners' Well, plays &c., at, 272

Skipwyth, William de, 85

Skirlawe Walter, Dean of the free chapel of St. Martin le Grand, 51
-, — Walter, Keeper of the Privy Seal, 219, 267

Skyft, otherwise "Tykhill," John, 113

Skynner, Richard, 260, 383
-, — Thomas, 5, 103, 266
-, — — Alice, daughter of, wife of Thomas Raven, 5, 266
-, — — Cecilia, daughter of, 5, 266
-, — — Custance, wife of afterwards wife of Robert Hugefeld, 5
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, wife of John Hodessone, 5, 266

Slayman, Thomas, 227

Sleford, William de, 80

Slegh, John, the King's Butler and Coroner of the City, 398

Smethefeld. See Smithfield.

Smithfield, Bartholomew Fair in, 29, 70; ordinances for sale of cattle at, 137; jousts held at, 353n.

Smiths, mistery of, sends six members to the Common Council, 43; Masters sworn, 403, 416; ordinances of, 415
-, See also Black Smiths, Bladesmiths.

Smyth, Andrew, 28, 62, 126, 334
-, — John, 29, 115, 357
-, — Richard, 238, 280
-, — Thomas, 419
-, — — Juliana, daughter of, 419
-, — William, 238

Snetesham, John, 28

Snow, James, 240

Snypstone, Nicholas, 43, 125, 177, 179, 180, 235, 238, 280, 287, 334

Soke of Algate, metes and bounds of, 46

Solace, Robert, 93

Solyngtone, William, 250

Somer, John, 400
-, — John, junior, 440
-, — — Katherine, wife of, daughter of Thomas Moraunt, 440, 441
-, — William, 90

Somercote, William, 179

Someresham, William, 363

Somerford, John, 90, 131

Somerset, John, Earl of, 437

Somerset, Robert, 78, 94, 126, 239, 270, 344, 367
-, — Thomas, Mayor of Oxford, 398

Somertone, John, 114

Somerville, John, 270, 332

Somerwell, William, 70, 71
-, — — Cassandra, wife of, formerly wife of Richard Scut, 70, 71
-, — William, de Bristoll, 51

Somery, Robert, 375

Sonneman, William, 389

Sonyngwelle, William, elected M.P. for the City, 448

Soothsaying, punishment for practising, 351

"Sotils choses," 175n.

Souche, Zouche, de la, Lord, urges the King to pardon John Northampton, 305; his action deprecated by the citizens, 305-6, 307

Sound, the, herrings from, 175

Sourby, Richard, in "la baile," 132

Southam, John, elected Alderman of Dowgate Ward, 58; ditto, Tower Ward, 118; ditto, Langebourne, 163
-, — — 58, 61, 64, 73, 77, 78, 94, 118, 124, 135, 136, 163, 169, 179, 180

"Southamlane," 225

Southbrok, William, 259, 260

Southeworth, Matthew, 444, 445, 448

Southous, Walter, 24, 25, 27, 28, 147

Southwark, dispute as to certain shops being in the City or Borough of, 92-3; the "Stolpes" in, 93; Hospital of St. Thomas in, 111; Bailiff of, prevents foreign fishmongers bringing fish into the City, 192; ale not to be sent to, for hucksters to sell, 215; two shillings for "besants" paid to the Exchequer for bailiwick of, 447; William Est appointed Bailiff of, id.

Soys, Thomas, 416
-, — William, 174

Spain, wax of, 400

Spakeman, John, 346

Spaldyng, Thomas, 254
-, — William, 42, 186, 240, 246, 270, 280, 287

Spark, Richard, 21, 238, 280, 303
-, — William, 64

Spayne, Richard, 29

Speleman, Stephen, City Chamberlain, 135, 177, 179, 275, 308, 319, 323, 327, 341, 345, 353, 364, 365, 367, 377, 380, 381, 382, 383, 390, 391, 398, 400, 401, 405, 410, 417, 418, 419, 423, 424, 425, 426, 427, 429, 431, 439, 441, 442, 447, 450

Spencer, Spenser, John, Keeper of Cripplegate, 9
-, — John, 385
-, — Richard, 185, 390, 438

Spencer, Spenser, Thomas, 151
-, — Walter, 389

Spersholte, Peter, 5, 175, 274, 356
-, — — Johanna, wife of, formerly wife of William Waryn, 5

Spicerer, William, 329

Spilleman, Stephen. See Speleman.

Spinalla, Napolin, 384

Spink, Richard, 101

Spondone, Henry, Rector of the church of St. John Zakary, 139

Sponere, John, 254

Sporiers, Spurriers, mistery of, sends two members to the Common Council, 44; Masters sworn, 50, 77, 132, 151, 274, 292, 346, 354, 403, 417

Sporle, William, 98

Sprats to be sold by "tandels," 138

Sprig, Robert, 117

Sprot, Hugh, 125, 237, 280, 333, 378, 427
-, — Richard, 270, 281

Sprotbergh, Thomas, 16

"Sprottes." See Sprats.

Spurriers, mistery of. See Sporiers.

Spyce, Clement, 85

Spynula, Paul, 429

Squier, John, 112, 113, 115
-, — William, 363

Squyler, Robert, 263
-, — — Isabella, wife of, daughter of Philip Draper, 263

Squyry, John, 412

Stable, Adam, discharged from Aldermanry of Coleman Street Ward, and elected Alderman of Chepe, 7; elected Mayor, 47; removed from Mayoralty by the King, 60, 61; elected Alderman of Bishopsgate Ward, 88, 147
-, — — 3, 7, 12, 16, 17, 23, 33, 36, 38, 40, 41, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 52, 53, 54, 59, 60, 61, 74, 98, 105, 108, 117, 124, 147, 152, 154, 195
-, — John, mercer, 305
-, — — Isabella, daughter of, 305
-, — — Thomas, son of, 305

Stabulte, William, 239. See also Stapulte.

Stachesdene, William, 94, 205

Stacy, Henry, 239, 246, 280, 299, 332

Staffertone, Robert, 259; committed to Newgate for disobeying an Alderman, 323

Stafford, John, 132
-, — William, 346

Standard, the, in Chepe, 66, 427n.

Standulf, Reymond, 326

Stane, William, 76

Stanes, John, 337
-, — William, 130, 170, 330, 442

Stanle, John, Knt., 383

Stanley, Robert, 96

Stanynglane, 414

Stapeleye, John, 67

Stapulford, John, 360

Stapulte, Stapelte, William, 43, 281, 332. See also Stabulle.

Starger, William, 221

Starlyng, John, Serjeant, the "postern' by the Tower and houses adjacent granted to, 277, 288

"Stations" around the Crosses in Chepe, let to divers persons, 131; part of the profits to go to Common Hunt, 132, 133

Staundone, William, elected Alderman of Aldgate Waid, 214, 230, 247, 263, 284, 305, 325, 341; ditto Chepe, 393, 408; elected Sheriff, 286; elected Mayor, 387; elected M.P. for the City, 404
-, — — 126, 165, 189, 207, 214, 215, 218, 219, 230, 235, 237, 246, 247, 249, 251, 263, 266, 267, 272, 276, 280, 284, 286, 287, 289, 295, 302, 305, 311, 313, 316, 320, 323, 325, 341, 385, 387, 390, 391, 393, 394, 396, 397, 398, 399, 400, 401, 404, 406, 408, 417, 425, 426, 434, 439, 440, 444, 449

Staunford (Stamford), 26

Staunford, John, 138
-, — — Johanna "Frutestere, 'wife of, 138, 139
-, — — John, son of, 138

Staunton, John, 180, 270

Stavertone, Robert, 334

Stenby, Peter, 262

Stepiltone, John, 115

Sterlyng, John, brewer, 288 See also Starlyng.

Stews, the, boatmen not to bring any man or woman to, between sunset and sunrise, 372; women of bad character to be relegated to, 402

Steynours, mistery of, ordinances, 451

Steyntone, John, 239

Stile, Stille, Richard, 143, 154, 195, 255

Stirgere, Stierger, William, 76, 202

Stockfishmongers, mistery of, 443

Stocks, the, butchers of, masters sworn, 61; market for fish at, 193, 194, 197, 202; tenants of, contribute £60 yearly towards mainten ance of London Bridge, 234; occupied by "Ripieres" who pay nothing towards the Bridge, id.; tenants of, to contribute towards the maintenance of the Bridge, 242-3; cloth to be sold at, 301

Stocks, the, punishment of, 73

Stode, John, 32, 33

Stodeley, Thomas, 388

Stodeye, John, Alderman of Vintry Ward, his death, 44
-, — — 14, 16, 25, 44
-, — William, 5, 103, 141
-, — — Agnes, daughter of, 103, 141
-, — — Isabella, wife of, afterwards wife of Philip Derneford, 141

Stofford, William, clerk, taken in adultery, 339

Stoke, Stokke, John, 77, 90, 112, 360

Stokes, Thomas, 295
-, — William, 292

Stokesby, William, 125

Stoket, William, 171, 356

Stokyngbury, John, 63

"Stolpes" in Southwark, 93n.

Stonham, Richard, 6, 17, 44

Stonle, John, 50, 291

Stonpet, Nicholas, 133

Storteford, Richard, 52

Story, Richard, 392

Stowe, John, 54
-, — Thomas, 102

Stowe St. Edward (Stowe on the Wold), co. Gloucestei, 412

"Stralessund," letter from, invoking the City's aid in defence of the privileges of merchants of Almaine, 101; reply thereto, id.

Strangers, "known to be rich and powerful," not to be admitted to the freedom without the consent of the Common Council, 109; custom as to admission of strangers to the freedom, 109n.; to contribute twice as much as freemen for the defence of the realm, 271. See also Merchant Strangers.

Stratford, mill for fulling cloth at, 37; cattle to be slaughtered at, 301; a baker of, convicted of fraud, 322; animals for the City's use to be slaughtered at, 372

Strathern, Walter, 418

Strattone, John, 52
-, — Richard, 363, 412

Strattone, co. Norfolk, John de, 181

Straunge, the lord, 372

Straustone, William, 185

Strawesburgh, Hans, 339
-, — — Alice, daughter of, 339

Streche, Strecche, John, 6, 89, 89n.

Streets, Highways, tolls for repair of, 54, 145, 155, 156, 236; tolls for keeping clean, 63; to be kept clean, 137, 183; surveyors of, appointed, 275, 355

"Strengere," 115, 272

Strete, Walter, 352, 353
-, — William, the King's Butler and City Coroner, 4

Streyte, Roger, 43

Strode, Ralph, Common Serjeant-of-law or Common Pleader, a mansion over Aldersgate granted to, so long as he remained in office, 15; the same granted to him for life, 83; resigns (ousted from ?) office, 208, 245; grant of an annuity to, for loss of mansion over Aldersgate, 245, 287-8; appointed Standing Counsel to the City, 288
-, — — 12, 14, 15, 28, 33, 38, 40, 53, 72, 73, 83, 84, 89, 169, 208, 245, 287, 306
-, — Robert, mercer, 310
-, — — Ralph, son of, 310
-, — Thomas, 238, 280, 334
-, — William, 43

Strokelady, William, 86, 112, 268
-, — — Matilda, wife of, 268

Studele, John, 238, 280

Stuket, Nicholas, 387

Stupultone, Anselm, 381

Sturgeoun, William, 151

Stury, Richard, Knt., 368

Style, Richard, 87

Subsidies, commissioners for levying, 224, 296, 373; manner of levying in the City prescribed, 394

Sudbury, John, 272
-, — Simon, Archbishop of Canterbury, 80
-, — William, 42, 238, 334, 405, 414

Suffolk, Earls of:
-, Pole, Michael de la, 321
-, Ufford, William de, 398

Sulby, Richard, 330

Sunny, Richard, 147

Surby, Richard, 346

Surgeons, mistery of, Masters sworn, 352, 388

Sussex, Suthsex, John, 125, 413

Suthcote, John, 422

Suthereye, John, 221

Suthsex. See Sussex.

Sutton, Alice de, 374
-, — Geoffrey, 37, 43, 356
-, — Henry, sworn Master-Surgeon, 352
-, — John, 16, 25n, 174, 175, 239, 355

Sutton, John, 127
-, — — Dionisia, dau. of, wife of John Barley, 127
-, — — Johanna, wife of, afterwards wife of John Donvngtone, 127
-, — — Philip, son of, 127
-, — Richard, 10
-, — Robert, 96, 212, 250, 312
-, — Thomas, 441

Swantone, John, 42

Swetbone, Reginald, 77, 133

Swetenham, Matthew, 385

Swift, Swyft, Henry, 175
-, — John, 209
-, — — Isabella, wife of, formerly wife of John Bristowe, 209
-, — John, 37, 38, 170, 171, 337, 426

Swords, only to be carried by knights, 274

Swotehous, William, 363

Syba, Thomas, 429

Sybile. See Sibile.

Sybseye. See Sibsay.

Sydenham. See Sidenham.

Syfrnast, Sir John, 398

"Syge." See Urine.

Sylham, John, 424

Sylkystone. See Silkstone.

Symcok, Nicholas, 113, 240, 270

Symes, William, 394

Symond, John, 255, 256, 262, 381, 391
-, — Nicholas, spurrier, on Fleet Bridge, 274
-, — Nicholas, 132, 403

"Syvendenlane" (Seething Lane), 173

T

Taillour, Herman, 302
-, — William, 426

Tailors, mistery of, sends six members to the Common Council, 42, 59; Masters sworn, 221; the City franchise wrongly obtained through, 260, 423; charter of Richard II. to, 384

Talbot, Hugh, 407, 424
-, — William, 407

Taleworth, John, 367
-, — — Isabella, wife of, daughter of John Wiltone, 367

"Talghchaundellers." See Tallowchandlers.

Tallages, non-resident freemen to be assessed for, 146; names of those so assessed, 146-7; no member of Common Council to be collector of, 241

Tallow-chandlers, mistery of, sends three members to the Common Council, 43; Masters sworn, 402, 416

Tame. See Thame.

Tamworth, Nicholas, 18, 52
-, — — John, son of, 18, 52

"Tandels," a measure for the sale of sprats, 138

Tank, William, 1

Tannere, Richard, de Stratford, 23
-, — William, 96, 291, 318, 346, 364

Tanners, condemn badly tanned leather, 93
-, — mistery of, sends two members to the Common Council, 44

Tansy seed, 412

Tapicers, mistery of, sends four members to the Common Council, 42; Masters sworn, 13, 45, 76, 96, 132, 170, 202, 221, 250, 273, 291, 318, 336, 346, 388, 402, 416

"Tare" of merchandise, 406

"Tassemakeres," mistery of, 135; strangers and foreigners to be excluded from the trade, id. See also Pouchmakers.

"Tassyle," the Duke of, 180n.

Tauntone, John, 412
-, — Walter, Keeper of Bishopsgate, 9; Beadle of Bishopsgate Ward, grant of a mansion near the gate to, 83
-, — Walter, 84, 115

Taverner, Geoffrey, 363
-, — John, 185
-, — William, 256, 365
-, — — Agnes, wife of, daughter of William Horewode, 255, 256

Taverners, to close their doors by a certain hour, 27, 92; ordinances to be observed by, 74; wine sold by, to be appraised by the mistery of Vintners, id.

Taverns, regulations as to length of ale-stakes, 12

Tawyere, Robert, 271

Tekyl, John, 346

"Templebarre," murage collected at, 300

Ternaunt, John, 44

"Terselette," a species of hawk, 4

Tettesbury, John, 27

Tettesforde, Richard, 270

Tettesworth, Edmund de, 229

"Teynturers" (Dyers), mistery of, 41

Thame, Tame, Henry de, 26, 31, 45, 180
-, — — Felicia, wife of, daughter of John Rameseye, 26, 45, 180

Thame, Tame, Nicholas, 113
-, — — Agnes, wife of, 113

Thames, the river, ordinances for protection of shipping in, 74-5; kydels to be removed from, 87; to be cleansed, 108; trinks and other engines destructive of fish in, to be removed, 143; stone towers built for the City's protection on either side of, 155; assize of nets used for fishing in the, 159; surveyors of nets appointed, 235-6, 253; rubbish not to be thrown into the, 247, 255, 256; John Salesbury, surveyor of the water of, 279; complaint of want of remuneration by surveyor of, 282; "lastage" not to be thrown into, 296; John Besouthe appointed surveyor of, loco John Salesbury, 314; limits prescribed to fishing in the, 339, 361; stable refuse not to be cast into, 365; ordinances against polluting, 392; butchers allowed to cast oftal into, 392, 394; Alexander Bonere, conservator of, 426

Thames Street, 25

Thernynge, Thirnynge, William, 335, 344, 346, 348, 361, 392, 401, 415, 427, 435, 440, 445

"Thewe," the, a punishment for women, 10, 272, 363

Thomere, John, 131
-, — William, 44, 73, 177, 333

Thomlyn, John, 331
-, — — Agnes, daughter of, 331
-, — — Alice, daughter of, 331
-, — — Henry, son of, 331

Thomson, John, 174

Thorndene, Thomas, 25n.

Thornhegge, Robert, 50, 150, 152

Thornhille, Thornhull, William, 131, 152, 239

Thornmanby, William, 391

Thorntone, John de, 26, 29, 31

Thorpe, Elias (de), elected Alderman of Walbrook Ward, 59
-, — — 21, 43, 59, 61, 64, 77, 78, 124, 195, 238, 246, 270
-, — John de, 274
-, — Stephen, 131

"Thredwomman," the art of a, 186

"Thre Nonnos," a tenement called, 422

Thurkyld, John, 113
-, — — Johanna, wife of, 113

Thursby, Robert, 397-8

Tiddesbury, John, 410
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, wife of William Fraunceys, 410

Tiddesbury, John, Johanna, another daughter of, 410

Tiderle, Tyderle, John, 161, 170, 334
-, — Richard, 169
-, — — Johanna, wife of, formerly wife of Thomas Serjaunt, 169

Tilbury, Tillebury, Laurence, 132, 171, 356
-, — Thomas, 43, 139

Tilers, breaking ordinances to be reported by the Aldermen, 107

Tillere, William, 423

Tilneye, John, 3, 42, 67, 68, 238, 287, 334
-, — Thomas, 280

"Timber" of furs, 232, 324n.

Tirlyngtone, Richard, 45

"Titlyng," stockfish called, 299

Toky, Richard, 334
-, — Richard, 404
-, — — Matilda, daughter of, 404
-, — Richard, 447
-, — — Richard, son of, 446-7

Toll, tenants of the Bishop of London and the Dean and Chapter of St. Paul's to be free of, 5; the Bishop of Winchester and his tenants to be free of, 6; to be levied on carts for repair of highways, 54, 145, 155, 156, 236; levied on boats for keep ing docks and quays clean, 152

Toller, Hugh, 131
-, — John, 131

"Tolleser," 429

Tonge, William, elected Alderman of Vintry Ward, 59; ditto, Aldgate, 163; deputy of Tower Ward, 247; Alderman of Tower Ward, 263; elected M.P. for the City, 153, 329, 334
-, — — (vintner), 41, 42, 53, 55, 59, 61, 77, 78, 83, 94, 95, 124, 129, 163, 169, 176, 235, 237, 263, 273, 286, 299, 300, 313, 319, 324, 333, 346, 362
-, — William, 357
-, — — Agnes, dau. of, 357, 358
-, — — Avice, wife of, 357, 358
-, — — Isabella, daughter of, 357
-, — — John, senior, son of, 357
-, — — John, son of, 357, 358

Toppesfeld, Stephen, 369

Torngold, Torgold, John, 5, 12, 14, 16, 36, 47, 54, 59, 60, 62
-, — William, 155, 195

Torold, Peter, 238, 270, 333
-, — Roger, 426
-, — Thomas, 133

"Toundours" (Shearmen), mistery of, 41

Tournour, Turnour, Turner, John, 185, 216, 274
-, — John, senior, 212
-, — William, 380

Tours, John, 130

"Tourte," 106n.

Tourte-bakers, regulations to be observed by, 106-7

Tower, the, postern at, 2, 172, 288; the King's Exchange in, 7, 131, 164; a place called "Blakehalle" in, 181; Constable of, not to take prises of freemen, 222; delivery of prisoners at, 264; proceedings against Richard Norbury, John More, and John Norhamptone at, 264-6; Thomas, Earl of Kent, Constable of, 386; Sheriffs presented to Constable of, 386; Mayor presented to the same, 387

Tower ditch, a portion of the garden of St. Katherine's Hospital purchased by Edward I. for enlarging the, 283

Tower Hill, 255, 272

Tower Ward, Aldermen of:
-, Baret, William, 352, 362, 393
-, Croydone, Richard de, 6
-, Fastolf, Hugh, 163, 230, 247, 263
-, Haddele, John, 6, 89, 147, 177, 408
-, Mortone, John, 59
-, Shadworth, John, 213
-, Southam, John, 118
-, Tonge, William, 263
-, Venour, William, 284, 305, 325
-, — assessment of, 2; the Alderman of, to guard the City against attack by the Thames, 65; amount of poll tax contributed by, 130; sends four members to Common Council, 228; sends eleven, 237; sends six, 280; sends thirteen, 333; William Tonge, Deputy of, 247

Tracy, Hugh, chaplain, bequeaths a "portehors" to be used at Newgate, 185

Trap', John, 236

Traynell, Henry, 102, 113

"Treinkes," nets called, 143, 277-8, 426

Treire, Robert le, 242

Tremayn, John, 32, 52, 76, 150, 355, 361, 366, 368, 395, 396

Trentemars, John, 114, 329
-, — Thomas, 88

Tresilian, Robert, a commissioner for gaol-delivery of Newgate, 159, 173 4, 204, 229, 269, 276; the

Tresihian, Robert:
-, King's chief Justiciar, 211, 224; a commissioner for delivery of Northampton and other prisoners in the Tower, 264; impeached, 321

Treuthennek, Trewthennek, Michael, 45, 210, 211, 238, 262

Trewe, Thomas, 258, 416

Tropist, Michael, 328, 329

Trumpeltone, Thomas, 135

Trumpetone, Richard, 63

Trumpyngtone, John, 206
-, — — Alice, wife of, daughter of John Helpestone, 206
-, — Richard, 152, 250
-, — William, 185

"Trussyng-coffre," 68

Trymcok, John, 427

Trymnel, William, 329, 330

Trynge (co. Herts), 289

Trystour, William, 416

Tuft, John, 369

"Tun," the, on Cornhill, 339

"Turhill." See Tower Hill.

Turk, Nicholas, 281
-, — Roger, 403
-, — William, 195

Turneye, William, 125

Twyford, John, 85, 171, 206, 413, 445
-, — Nicholas de, elected Alderman of Coleman Street Ward, 8; ditto Farringdon, 89, 147; ditto Lime Street Ward, 213; ditto Aldersgate, 324, 341, 351; elected Sheriff, 77; rebelsagainst Nicholas Brembre, the Mayor, 99; elected Mayor, 335
-, — — 8, 12, 14, 16, 31, 32, 36, 38, 40, 41, 46, 47, 54, 59, 60, 62, 72, 78, 89, 102, 105, 108, 124, 127, 154, 168, 188, 195, 218, 219, 246, 313, 320, 324, 331, 335, 341, 351, 359
-, — Richard, 346, 397, 403
-, — Thomas, 333

Tybaud, John, 271

Tyburne, 265

Tyderle. See Tiderle.

Tye, Thomas, 397

Tyes, Roger, 199

Tykhill, Tikhulle, John, 6, 17, 44, 61

Tykhill, John, otherwise John "Skyft," 113

Tyler, Walter, account of insuriection under, 166; commission to inquire into outbreak and punish offenders, id.; agreements made under compulsion, during rebellion, cancelled by Parliament, 189n.; pardon granted to insurgents under, 217

Tylneye, John, 312
-, — — Katherine, daughter of, 312

"Tymbermongere," 450, 451

Tyngewyk, William, 52, 421

Tyrell, John, 1

Tyrold, Thomas, 63

"Tysters" (Weavers), mistery of, 41

U

Ufford, William de, Earl of Suffolk, 398

Ulryk, Alan, 326

Ultynge, John, de Caleys, 146

Umfray, Umfrey, John, 37, 250, 356
-, — Simon, 388

Underwode, William, 17, 61

Uptone, John, 403
-, — Robert de, 144
-, — — Juliana, daughter of, wife of Michael Myniot, 144
-, — — Margery, daughter of, 144
-, — — — Richard de Westone, son of, 144
-, — William, "peautrer," 331

Urban, Pope, desired not to raise Bishop Courtenay to the Cardinalate, 116, 117

Urinal, hung on the neck of a medical impostor, 184

Urine, or "syge," for fulling cloth forbidden, 37

Usk, Nicholas, 127
-, — Thomas, 30
-, — Thomas, appointed by the King's orders Under-Sheriff of Middlesex, 316-17; his charges against John de Northampton, 316n.; his death, id.

Ussher, John, 165
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, wife of Walter Kyng, 165
-, — John, elected Chamberlain loco Eynesham, 103
-, — — 103, 105, 117, 119, 126, 137, 139, 141

Usury, plaints touching, 23-4, 24-5, 27, 28; change of procedure in plaints touching, 200; ordinances against, 206-7, 261-2, 365

V

Vache, Philip de la, 80

Vaghan, Thomas, 363

Valence, Aymer de, Earl of Pembroke, 348
-, — — Mary, wife of, 348

Valet, Simon, 419, 425

Van Avenel, Giles, 186
-, — — Katherine, wife of, afterwards wife of "Ras" Holbrook, 186
-, — — William, son of, 186, 187

Van Braughyn, Peter, 152, 202, 369

Vandaye, William, 50

Van de Lare, Reginald, of Flanders, 318

Van Est, Outre, 77

Van Everyngham, John, 152

Van Harpe, Arnald, 221

Vanner, Henry, elected Alderman of Queenhithe, 213; ditto Cordwainer Street, 230; ditto Vintry, 263, 283, 304, 325; ditto Aldersgate, 362; ditto Cornhill, 393, 408; elected M.P. for the City, 220, 229, 334, 346; elected Sheriff, 367; removed from office of Sheriff by the King, 379; arrested by the King's orders, 383; pardoned, id.
-, — — 42, 74, 94, 168, 207, 213, 219, 220, 235, 237, 246, 247, 249, 251, 265, 272, 276, 280, 283, 286, 287, 289, 295, 299, 300, 304, 313, 320, 329, 334, 350, 361, 366, 367, 368, 374, 375, 377, 380, 385, 386, 390, 391, 393, 398, 399, 401, 408, 414, 440, 441

Van Severne, John, 274

Vautort, Vautot, John, 31, 270, 281, 403

Veleyn, John, 77

Venour, William, elected M.P. for the City, 55, 98; elected Alderman of Castle Baynard, 213, 351, 362, 393, 408; ditto Tower Ward, 284, 305, 325, 341; elected Sheriff, 313; elected Mayor, 348
-, — — 125, 129, 211, 213, 218, 238, 246, 284, 287, 289, 295, 299, 305, 313, 319, 320, 322, 325, 327, 329, 335, 341, 343, 344, 347, 350, 351, 352, 353, 355, 356, 358, 362, 366, 368, 378, 380, 383, 386, 393, 399, 408, 414, 439, 440, 444

Verdyr, Stephen, 174

Vere, Robert de, Duke of Ireland, 321

Verne, Robert, 292

Verney, Robert, fined for acting both as a Bowyer and a Fleccher, 11

Vernoun, Andrew, 131

"Verriers" (Glaziers), mistery of, masters sworn, 170. See also Glaziers.

Vertus, the Count of, 377

Vesecok, Walter, of "les stywes," 87

Viaunde, John, 239

Victuallers, ordinances to be kept by, 163; ordinances made temp. Northampton, Mayor, regulating the trade of, 190-1; not to hold any judicial office in the City, 206, 210; to be subject to the rule of the Mayor and Aldermen, 223, 226; not to be molested by the King's Purveyors, 438

Victuals, one moiety of forfeited, to go to the Commonalty, the Sheriffs retaining the other moiety, 47; a tax on, for the City's defence, 90, 116, 271; forestalment of, forbidden, 134, 222; the price of, fixed, 140; regulations touching, to be duly observed, 274, 285, 394; grievances touching sale of, to be submitted to the Alderman of the Ward, 275; free trade in allowed, 325, 331n.; sale of, to be subject to civic authorities, 337

Vigerous, John, 62, 238

Vinlan (Unilan ?), Alice de, wife of Henry de Cantebrige, 88

Vintners, pardoned by the King for disobeying statutes, 308
-, — mistery of, brokers sworn, 22; sends six members to the Common Council, 42, 59; Surveyors elected, 74; six members to appraise wine sold in taverns, id.; to appoint men to search for merchant strangers trading in the City, 90; Masters sworn, 337

Vintry Ward, Aldermen:
-, Clyvelee, John, 89
-, Cornewaleys, Thomas, 44, 118, 164, 213, 230, 247
-, Doget, Walter, 148
-, More, William, 341, 352, 362, 393, 408
-, Stodeye, John, 44
-, Tonge, William, 59
-, Vannere, Henry, 263, 283, 304, 325
-, — assessment of, 2; amount of poll tax contributed by, 130; sends four members to Common Council, 228, 280; sends sixteen, 238; sends three, 334; Matthew Passelewe, Deputy of, 247

Vycory, John, de Lavenham, 146

Vylers, Nicholas, 130, 334

Vynald, Frank, 406, 429

Vyne, Andrew, 9, 212
-, — John, elected Alderman of Queenhithe, 89; elected and accepted by the Mayor and Aldermen as Alderman of Cordwainer Street Ward in default of election by the Ward, 148
-, — — 9, 42, 71, 89, 98, 102, 104, 117, 124, 129, 131, 136, 148, 153, 154, 176, 195, 198, 224, 327, 415
-, — William, 9, 297

Vynour, Juliana, 84
-, — — Alice, daughter of, 84

Vyolet, William, 221

Vyvent, Thomas, elected Sheriff, 355; elected Alderman of Bishopsgate, 362
-, — — 239, 252, 270, 281, 333, 338, 362, 366, 368, 374, 378, 380, 385, 386, 387

W

Wade, John, elected M.P. for the City, 404; elected Alderman of Aldgate, 409; elected Sheriff, 444
-, — — 235, 238, 271, 280, 334, 335, 367, 378, 409, 415, 425, 433, 434, 439, 440, 444, 448
-, — Richard, 334
-, — Roger, 427

Wadesworthe, Waddesworth, William, 38, 42, 126, 182, 210, 281, 333, 357, 411
-, — — Leticia, wife of, daughter of Robert Berewyk, 182

Wadham, John, 440

Wainford, Roger, 130

Wakele, John, 142, 161, 179, 239, 281, 333, 337, 386, 440, 445
-, — — Matilda, wife of, formerly wife of Roger atte Mylne, 179

Wakelyn. See Walkelvn.

Wakeman, William, de Henle, 146

Wakerlee, John, 26

Walbroke, the, rubbish not to be thrown into, 247; to be kept clear by Aldermen of certain Wards, 216

Walbrook Ward, Aldermen:
-, Baret, William, 163
-, Begge, Hervey, 22, 39, 118
-, Hende, John, 408
-, Olyver, William, 213, 284, 304, 362, 393
-, Pecche, John, 22, 39
-, Rote, John, 89, 148
-, Sely, John, 178, 230, 247
-, Thorpe, Elias de, 59
-, Walcote, John, 325, 342, 352
-, Wynchecombe, Simon, 263
-, — — assessment of, 2; amount of poll-tax contributed by, 129; sends four members to the Common Council, 228; sends thirteen, 238, 334; sends eight, 280; "Reynold" Aleyn, Deputy of, 247; Robert Parker, Beadle of, 323

Walcote, John, elected Alderman of Candlewick Street Ward, 178, 393, 409; ditto Walbrook, 325, 342, 352; elected Sheriff, 344

Walcote, John, 52, 70, 71, 72, 126, 165, 178, 185, 195, 198, 200, 240, 254, 280, 323, 325, 332, 335, 342, 344, 345, 347, 352, 354, 355, 359 60, 378, 380, 385, 386, 387, 391, 393, 394, 399, 401, 405, 409, 410, 415, 417, 426, 433, 434, 439, 440, 444, 449

Waldegrave, John, 125
-, — Nicholas, 324

Waldene, Gilbert, 115
-, — Henry, 217
-, — Richard, 102, 113
-, — Thomas, 17
-, — Walter, 31

Walderne, Geoffrey, elected M.P. for the City, 417
-, — — 105, 126, 235, 239, 271, 287, 299, 355, 415
-, — William, 398
-, — William, elected Sheriff, 449
-, — William de South[ampton], 146-7

Walesby, Richard, 221

Waleworth, Walworth, John, 239, 270, 326
-, — Philip, 78, 97, 135, 144, 146
-, — William, elected M.P. for the City, 20, 75, 220; elected Alderman of Bridge Ward, 88, 147, 177, 230, 263; slandered by a woman, 134; elected Mayor, 154; elected Alderman of the Hanse, loco John Aubrey, 158
-, — — 2, 5, 7, 8, 10, 12, 14, 15, 18, 19, 20, 24, 27, 36, 40, 46, 47, 54, 59, 73, 79, 80, 88, 89, 90, 94, 98, 99, 102, 104, 105, 108, 111, 124, 141, 147, 153, 154, 156, 159, 160, 161, 162, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 169, 171, 173, 177, 197, 235, 237, 246, 247, 263, 266, 276, 338

Waleys, Henry, 242
-, — Philip, 96
-, — William, 17, 274

Walkelyn, Wakelyn, Benedict, 43, 112, 308, 340

Walle, Nicholas de, 340
-, — — Andrew, son of, 340, 341
-, — — Marion, daughter of, wife of John Irland, 340, 341

Wallere, William, 405
-, — — Agnes, daughter of, 405
-, — — Matilda, wife of, 405

Wallok, John, 403

"Wallokesbernes," 349n.

Walpole, John, 368, 374, 392, 394; his proceedings against John Botlesham, Keeper of Ludgate Prison, 395-6

Walpole, Thomas, 394
-, — William, 394

Walpolle, Reginald, 115
-, — Stephen, 212

Walsam, John, 103

Walsby, Richard, 77

Walshale, Richard, 115

Walshman, Simon, " taillour," 331
-, — William, 9

"Walsshrusset" (Welsh russet), 298

Walstede, John, 13, 42

Walsyngham, Alan, 221, 346, 352, 353
-, — John, 44, 108, 281
-, — Nicholas, 413
-, — Thomas, 356, 366, 403

Waltham, Wautham, Hugh de, 29
-, — John, 410
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, wife of Simon Okelee, 410
-, — John (de), 13, 130, 143-4, 281, 357, 418
-, — Nicholas, 212
-, — Richard, 318, 324, 356
-, — William, 175

Walton on Thames, 278

Walwayn, Richard, 103-4

Walworth. See Waleworth.

Wandelsworth, mill for fulling cloth at, 37

Wandone, John, 83

Wangford, William, 78, 238, 280

Wansy, Wancy, John, 130, 185, 221, 240

Wappelode, John, 270

Warbulton, Robert, elected Alderman of Cripplegate, 88, 148, 213, 263, 283, 304; ditto Bassishaw, 230
-, — — 88, 94, 102, 104, 105, 108, 124, 126, 136, 141, 153, 154, 168, 195, 219, 230, 235, 237, 246, 247, 251, 263, 276, 283, 286, 287, 289, 295, 299, 304, 358

Warde, John, of co. York, 154
-, — John, elected Mayor, 14; elected Alderman of Aldgate Ward, 118
-, — — 3, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 27, 29, 31, 35, 36, 38, 40, 41, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 54, 59, 118, 124, 135, 136, 195, 389, 427
-, — Richard, 170, 250
-, — Stephen, 13, 216
-, — William, 206

Wardelawe, John, 30

Wardens of the City:
-, Dalyngregge, Edward, 379
-, Radyngtone, Sir Baldewin de, 382, 383, 384, 385, 386, 391

Wardmote, precept for holding, 276, 337, 348
-, — Great Court of, 276n., 293, 348, 361, 368, 404, 418. See also Plow Monday.

Wardroper, John, parson of the church of St. Audoen, 114

Wards, assessments of, 2-3, 207; discussion as to whether elections should be made by the misteries or by the, 35; a return to be made of the number of persons over fourteen years of age in the several, for the purpose of a poll-tax, 60; to be put in array, 65, 66, 85, 153, 264, 285, 286, 320; work on the Conduit and City ditches apportioned among the several, 128; particulars of amount of poll-tax received from the several, 129-31; election of an Alderman by the Mayor and Aldermen in default of election by one of the, 148; names of those assessed for subsidy in the several, to be brought in, 159; a house-to-house visitation to be made in the several, for collection of poll tax, 163; City gates to be guarded by armed men from the several, 171; Common Council to be elected by, 227, 240; the number of those to be sent to Common Council by, 228; names of those elected to Common Council from the several, 237-40, 269-71, 280-1, 332-4; names of deputies appointed by Aldermen during their absence at Reading, 247; representatives from, to take counsel for the defence of the realm, 269-71; the Common Council to continue to be elected by the, 277; a Parliamentary grant to be levied in the, 283; precepts for election of the Common Council from the, 300, 322, 332; precept to levy half a fifteenth in, 324; punishment for assaulting a Ward Constable, 360; inhabitants called upon to take a fresh oath of allegiance, 375

Ware, corn brought to the City from, to be sold at Gracechurch, 133

Ware, Hugh de, 86, 149, 240
-, — Simon de, 28

Warener, Wariner, Waryner, John, 240, 270, 281, 300, 332, 345, 354, 405, 434, 439, 440, 445, 448

Warewyk, John, 158
-, — Peter, keeper of Aldersgate, 9

Warner, John, elected Sheriff, 444

Warwick, Thomas Beauchamp, Earl of, 321, 437, 438

Warwyk, Robert de, 376

Waryn, William, 5
-, — — Cecilia, daughter of, 5
-, — — Johanna, wife of, afterwards wife of Peter Spersholte, 5

Wasshebourne, William, 319
-, — — Katherine, wife of, 319

Wasshere, John, 76

Wastelle, Simon, 431

Wasthous, Wasthuys, Stephen, 96, 291, 346

Watch and Ward, precepts for keeping, 30, 54, 83, 111, 128, 129, 157, 165, 224, 228, 232, 254, 266, 284, 293, 308, 321, 337 8, 349, 373; members of the Common Council discharged from serving on, except with the Mavor, Sheriffs, or Alderman of their Ward, 209; not to be kept by members of Common Council against their will, 241

Water, scaicity of, hand-mills to be used for making bread instead of water-mills, owing to, 136

Watertone, John, 407
-, — William, 407

Watling Street, 357

Watlyngtone, John (de), Common Crier or Common Serjeunt-at-Arms, 2, 70, 71, 252
-, — Robert, 113

Watvile, John, 329

Wauter, Robert, 326

Wautham. See Waltham.

Wax, to be cleaned and "policied," 400, 406, 407

Wax chandlers, mistery of, sends two members to the Common Council, 44; Masters sworn, 76, 97

Wayly, Giles de, 429

Waynat, Piers, 429

Wayte, John, 76, 221
-, — John, 381
-, — — Costancia, wife of, 381
-, — — Thomas, son of, 381
-, — Richard, 185, 212

Weavers, agreement between native and foreign, enrolled in Chancery, 151; pardon granted for felonies, &c., to certain, 315

Weavers of England, mistery of, sends four members to the Common Council, 42; Masters sworn, 50, 77, 132, 170, 202, 221, 250, 274, 292, 318, 337, 346, 356, 369, 388, 403, 416; Bailiffs of, sworn, 17

Weavers, foreign, Masters sworn, 50, 77, 113, 152, 170, 202, 221, 274, 318, 337, 346, 356, 369, 388, 403; Bailiffs sworn, 17; not to intermeddle in the mistery of Weavers nor keep hostel in the City unless they find frankpledge, 94-5

Webbe, Robert, 28, 125

Webbere, Cristina, 114

"Webbes," mistery of, the City fianchise wrongfully obtained through, 259, 260. See also Weavers.

Wedone, Richard, 256

Weights and Measures, unsealed, to be seized, 256; to be of proper assize, 285

Welbourne, John, 126

Welburgham, John, a cook of Bread Street, convicted of selling bad fish, 185

Welde, John, 75, 333
-, — William, 17

Welford, Wilford, Thomas, elected Alderman of Castle Baynard, 58; ditto Queenhithe, 118, 230, 263, 284, 305, 325, 341, 352, 362, 409; ditto Farringdon, 164; elected M.P. for the City, 153; elected Sheriff, 433
-, — — 16, 31, 32, 42, 58, 61, 64, 77, 78, 83, 90, 94, 95, 102, 108, 118, 121, 135, 136, 137, 141, 164, 168, 169, 176, 180, 212, 235, 237, 246, 247, 249, 251, 254, 255, 271, 272, 273, 276, 280, 284, 285, 286, 287, 289, 295, 299, 300, 313, 320, 322, 335, 342, 347, 359, 368, 378, 380, 385, 386, 387, 393, 404, 405, 417, 422, 426, 433, 434, 439, 440, 445, 448, 449

Welles, Thomas, 427

Weltone, Nicholas, 25n.

Wemme, Thomas, 431

Wende, John, 422

Wendlyngburgh, John, 29, 44, 82

Wendore, John, 236

Wengrave, John de, 144

Wenlok, John, 366

Wenne, John, 274

Werdeman, John, de Essex, 147, 346, 416

Wermenstre, Wermestre, William, 13, 171, 175

Wermetone, Simon, 63

West, Walter, 130, 369

Westacre, Geoffrey, 416

Westchepe, an affray between Goldsmiths and Pepperers in, 99; fish market in, 193, 194; manner of holding "evyn chepynges' in, 391.
-, See also Chepe.

Westcote, John, 274

Westerham, John, 197

Westminster, ale not to be sent to, for hucksters to sell, 215

Westminster (Westone ?), Richard de, "marshal" (farrier), 103
-, — — John, son of, 103
-, — — Michael, son of, 103, 104

Westmore, Thomas, 175

Westone, Elias or Elys de, 6, 17, 61, 96, 177, 235, 239, 270, 293, 300, 332
-, — John, 365
-, — Laurence de, 20
-, — Richard de, 85, 144
-, — — Roesia, wife of, 85
-, — Richard, 423

Wetele, Nicholas, 237

Wetherby, Hugh, 413

Wetheresfeld, Nicholas, 134

Wettere, Paul de, of Flanders, 356

Wetyng, Hugh, 132

Weyland, Weylond, Thomas, 78, 270, 280, 373, 375, 378, 393, 404, 405, 414, 425

Weymaker, John, of Fulham, 278

Weyn, Richard, of Wolwyche, 285

Whalesby, Richard, 356

Whappelode, Peter, 84, 103, 126, 135, 362
-, — — Peter, son of, 84, 103, 126, 127, 135

Wharves, order for safeguarding the various, 65

Whetele, Whetley, William, 73, 82, 94, 125, 308

Whetstone, a, as token of a liar, 121, 174, 184, 212, 296, 312

White, Whyte, Henrv, 21, 195, 196
-, — John, 411
-, — Richard, of Ireland, 366
-, — Robert, 64, 417

White bakers, regulations to be observed by, 106-7

Whitetawyers, mistery of, Masters sworn, 202, 416

Whitewelle, Henry, 281

Whitlok, John, 73, 260, 261

Whitman, William, 412

Whitof, John, 73
-, — — Margery, daughter of, 73

"Whittawiers." See Whitetawyers.

Whittyn, William, 137

Whytyngdone, Peter, 333

Whytyngdone, Whytyngtone, Richard, first mention of, 126; elected Alderman of Broad Street, 393, 408; elected Sheriff, 399; appointed Mayor by the King loco Adam Bamme, deceased, 436; elected Mayor, 440
-, — — 239, 270, 281, 287, 358, 378, 393, 399, 401, 414, 417, 426, 427, 435, 437, 438, 439, 440, 441, 442, 443, 444, 445, 446, 449

Wight, John, 270
-, — Laurence, 270
-, — Michael, 329
-, — Thomas, 270
-, — William, 280

Wikkale, John, 37

Wilby, John, 260, 270

Wilford, Thomas. See Welford.

Wilgar, Thomas, 233
-, — — Alice, daughter of, wife of John Chaumpneys, 233
-, — — Isabella, daughter of, sometime wife of Robert Bosse and Ralph Kever, 233
-, — — Thomas, son of, 233

Wilghby, John, 221

Willarby, Willardby, John, 38
-, — John, removed from the Common Council, 64; judgment against, reversed, 176
-, See also Wilughbi.

Wille, John, 132, 151, 202. See also Wylle.

Willes, John, 318

Willesdone, Richard, 43, 161, 239, 269, 280, 299
-, — William, 125

Wills of freemen, to take effect, notwithstanding vagueness, &c., 106; executors to answer for debts of testator, whether by specialty or otherwise, 122

Willy, Andrew, 98
-, — Henry, 254

Willyngham, Wyllyngham, John, 130
-, — Thomas, 43, 197, 239

Willys, Gregory, 190

Wilman, John, 296

Wilmington, co. Kent, 225

Wiltone, John, 114, 239, 367, 377
-, — — Isabella, daughter of, wife of John Taleworth, 367
-, — — Salacia or Solacia, daughter of, 367, 377

Wiltshire, Wiltesshyre, John, 76, 125, 235, 238, 270, 280, 299, 334
-, — Ralph, 275
-, — Thomas, 21, 35, 199, 210, 275
-, — William, 210, 231, 262, 275, 303, 324, 365, 410

Wilughbi, John, 114. See also Willarby.

Winchester, Bishop of, his tenants to be free of toll, 6; William de Wykeham, Bishop of, 80, 340
-, — Parliament at, 404

Windsor Castle, Richard II. at, 73; the Mayor summoned to meet the King at, 321

Wine, the price of, regulated, 27, 145, 163, 173, 210, 214, 231, 303, 323, 365; unwholesome, to be destroyed, 73; sold in taverns to be appraised by men of the mistery of Vintners, 74; vintners pardoned by the King for disobeying statutes touching sale of, 308; old and new, to be kept apart in cellars, 349; charges for carriage of, 424

Wircestre, Wyrcestre, William, 35, 53, 97, 171, 362
-, — — Serjeant of the Chamber, 47
-, — William, 267
-, — — Emma, wife of, 267
-, — — Thomas, son of, 267
-, — — William, son of, 267

Wirhale, Wyrhale, William, 50, 291

Wodecok, John, elected Sheriff, 439
-, — — 333, 355, 378, 440, 444, 446, 449

Wodehous, William, elected Alderman of Broad Street Ward, 58, 178
-, — — 9, 36, 58, 61, 64, 77, 78, 79, 124, 129, 178, 185, 195, 198, 200, 238, 246, 269, 280, 295, 333

Wodehulle, Wodhulle, Edmund, 170, 222, 388
-, — William, 126, 127

Woderove, Stephen, 211

Wodertone, Edward, 275

Wodestoke, Richard II. at, 308, 385, 438
-, — Thomas of, Earl of Buckingham, 104, 111

Wodeward, William, 240, 281, 295, 333

Wodham, William, discharged from serving on juries, &c., by the King, 249

Wolf, Thomas, 315

Wolfay, John, 442

"Wolkey," 63, 65

Wolleriche, Wolriche, William, 43, 441
-, — — John, son of, 441

Wolmere, Richard, 155

Wolsy, Johanna, 198

Wolwych, unlawful nets found in the river near, 154, 285

Wood, ordinances regulating the sale of, 138

Woodmongers, mistery of, sends two members to the Common Council, 44

Woodstock. See Wodestoke.

Wool, to be exported only to Calais, 33; custom on, pledged for repayment of City loans, 79, 80, 122-3, 267, 268, 293

Woolwich. See Wolwych.

Worcester, Bishop of, Henry Wakefield, 80

Wormenstre, William, 37, 38, 318

Wormetone, Simon, 388

Worm seed, 412

Wormwell, Robert, 152

Worstede, Simon, 17, 239

Wottone, Peter, 131, 333
-, — Thomas, 424, 431
-, — — Agnes, wife of, daughter of William Wyght, 424
-, — William, elected Alderman of Dowgate, 325, 341, 352, 362
-, — — 165, 180, 238, 270, 280, 313, 322, 324, 325, 326, 332, 341, 347, 352, 359, 362, 366, 368, 373, 375, 378, 380, 386

Woubourne, Thomas, 333, 350

Wrek, Thomas, 43

Wrestling at Skinners' Well, 272n.

Writs of error, and returns thereto, 294, 343, 344. See also St. Martin le Grand.

Wrotham, Richard, 52

Wrothe, John, resigns Aldermanry of Billingsgate Ward, 48
-, — John, 6, 12, 14, 48, 146, 205

Wryght, John, 381

Wryngerworth, Roger, 382

Wrytele, John, 113

Wyclif, Robert, 326

Wydmere, John, 130, 238, 271, 357

Wygemor, Roger, 256, 257
-, — — Cristina, wife of, formerly wife of Reginald Coleman, 256

Wygge, Thomas, 115

Wyght, John, 239. See also Wyt.
-, — Laurence, 125
-, — Nicholas, 330
-, — Thomas, 238
-, — Thomas, pepperer, 319
-, — — Cecilia, wife of, 319
-, — Walter, 427
-, — William, pepperer, 319
-, — William, 238, 334, 424
-, — — Alice, daughter of, wife of Thomas Wottone, 424
-, — — Beatrix, daughter of, wife of John Elys, 424
-, — — John, son of, 424
-, — — Margaret, daughter of, wife of Richard Abell, 424
-, — — Nicholas, son of, 424
-, — — William, son of, 424

Wyke, John, 37, 130, 175

Wykeham, William de, Bishop of Winchester, to be free of toll, 6, 80

Wykes, Wikes, John, Serjeant of the Chamber, 258, 330, 350

Wyket, John, 431

Wylbournham, John, 397

Wylle, Robert, 187. See also Wille.

Wyllesdone, Wylesdone, Richard, 9, 28, 131, 333

Wylot, Henry, 274

Wymondeswolde, Edmund, Rector of the Church of St. John the Evangelist, 104

Wymondham, Margaret, 115

Wyncelowe, John, 239
-, — William, 52

Wynchecombe, Simon, elected Sheriff, 218; elected Alderman of Walbrook, 263
-, — — 44, 69, 124, 195, 198, 200, 218, 219, 225, 248, 249, 254, 256, 263, 272, 276, 278, 281, 294

Wyndelsore, Thomas, 217

Wyndesore, William de, raises a disturbance at the House of the Carmelites, 44; a prisoner at the Tower, id.

Wyndrawers, charges to be made by, 424

Wynkebourne, Hugh, 423

Wynkele, Hugh, 114

Wynter, Edmund, 423
-, — Osbert, 14, 17
-, — — Henry, son of, 14, 17
-, — — Thomas, son of, 14
-, — Thomas, 113
-, — William, 270, 281, 375

Wyrcestre. See Wircestre.

Wyrdrawers, mistery of, Masters sworn, 291

Wyrhale, William. See Wirhale.

Wyryng, John, 319

Wysbeche, John, 365

Wysebeche, John, admitted broker of the mistery of Skinners, 344

Wyt, John, 134. See also Wyght.

Wytteman, Thomas, Beadle of the Ward of Portsoken, 301

Wyttone, Robert, 28

Y

Yakesleye, John, 29

Yerdele, Henry, 179, 319
-, — — Sabine, wife of, 179, 319

Yevelee, Henry, 125, 238, 354, 378, 411
-, — — Katherine, wife of, formerly wife of John Hadde, alias Lightfoot, 354

Yonge, Emma, 423
-, — John, 202, 203, 301, 339
-, — Thomas, 37, 211
-, — Walter, 35, 239

York, Alexander Neville, Archbishop of, 321
-, — the Common Pleas and the Exchequer removed to, 378

York, Edmund, Duke of, his servant falsely accused of theft, 351; appointed, with others, to inquire into the City's government, 380, 386; negotiates a truce with France, 414; Warden of England, 415, 417, 421, 422; approves of the arrest of the Duke of Gloucester and others, 437
-, — Adam de, 77
-, — John (de), 115, 278
-, — Robert (de), 25n., 96, 103, 291, 311, 367, 377, 441

Yve, John, 334

Yvory, William, 334

Yvyngo. See Ivyngho.

Z

Zakarie, Emanuel, 406

Zouche, de la. See Souche, de la.



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