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A - K

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Reginald R. Sharpe (editor)

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1905

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336-366

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'Index: A - K', Calendar of letter-books of the city of London: G: 1352-1374 (1905), pp. 336-366. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=33525 Date accessed: 25 July 2014.


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A

Abbotesby, John, 106

Abraham, John, 36, 70, 105, 163–4, 331

Abyndone, John de, 14
-, — Nicholas de, 35, 36, 71

Acres, Adam de, 3, 47, 83, 91, 109, 216
-, — — Johanna, wife of, widow of Anketin Gysors, 3
-, — — Oliver, son of, 83, 91, 109, 111, 216, 217
-, — — — Katherine Hynton, mother of, 83, 91

Acton Burnel, Statute of, 67

Adam, Geoffrey, 56

Agen, a town in France, 210

"Aideluye," Andrieu called, of Amiens, 29–30

Albon, Thomas, 275, 286
-, — William, 174, 291

Alborn, William, 82
-, — — Hawisia, wife of, widow of Peter van Spycer, 82

Alby, Roger, 200

Aldebury, Walter de, 110

Aldermen:
-, Andreu, James, 156, 169, 174, 185, 190, 203, 211, 213, 222, 241, 245, 251, 262, 267, 269, 281, 287, 298, 320, 323
-, Aubrey, Andrew, 26, 48, 53
-, — John, 262, 267, 281, 293, 298, 299, 316, 327, 332
-, Badby, William, 316
-, Berkyngge, Richard (de), 13, 22–3
-, Bernes, Bernys, John (de), 169, 170, 174, 190, 193, 196, 203, 213, 220, 241, 245, 251, 252, 254, 267, 315, 316, 327, 332
-, Berneye, Walter (de), 229
-, Boseham, John, 285
-, Brabazoun, Adam, 8, 18, 23, 68, 71
-, Brembre, Nicholas, 298, 299, 316, 321, 327
-, Bury, Adam de, 3, 12, 23, 24, 53, 58, 68, 71, 113, 132, 170
-, Caustone, Kaustone, William de, 3, 23, 26, 49
-, Cavendische, Stephen, 132, 160, 163, 170, 174, 190, 196, 203, 211, 213, 216, 220, 222, 236, 240, 241, 245, 251, 254, 262, 263, 267, 275, 281, 293
-, Chichestre, John (de), 94, 106, 132, 140, 174, 190, 203, 213, 220, 236, 241, 251, 255, 266, 281, 316, 327
-, Costantyn, John, 53, 68, 72
-, Croydone, Richard (de), 220, 222, 240, 241, 245, 251, 254, 262, 265, 267, 299, 327
-, Depham, Roger de, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 10, 15, 18, 19, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, 32, 36, 37, 40, 51, 52, 53, 56, 58, 63, 68, 69, 71, 76, 79, 82, 84, 91, 94, 96, 99, 110, 132
-, Dolsely, Dolsaly, Simon, 3, 18, 23, 24, 26, 51, 53, 56, 58, 71, 76, 106, 132
-, — Thomas, 48, 51, 58, 68, 71, 76, 94, 113
-, Forster, Forester, Walter, 156, 169, 170, 174, 193, 203, 211, 213, 220, 236, 245, 251, 254, 262, 267, 269, 281, 299, 307, 315, 316, 322
-, Fraunceys, Adam, 36, 40, 50, 51, 53, 56, 58, 68, 71, 76, 82, 106, 132, 135, 169, 174, 190, 193, 203, 211, 215, 216, 222, 232, 240, 242, 245, 254, 255, 260, 262, 263, 266, 267, 276, 281, 287, 293, 298, 299, 315, 316
-, — Simon, 3, 18, 22, 25, 35, 43, 45, 53, 56
-, Frestlynge, Fristlynge, Bartholomew (de), 3, 18, 23, 25, 51, 58, 68, 72, 113, 114, 132, 174, 190, 192, 203, 213, 220, 232, 236, 241, 251, 254, 262, 267, 281, 287, 298, 299, 315, 316, 323, 324, 327
-, Fyfhide, John, 323, 324, 327
-, Gloucestre, John de, 23, 50, 53
-, Haldene, William de, 193, 203, 205, 211, 213, 215, 216, 262, 265, 275
-, Hatfeld, Robert, 323, 325, 327, 332
-, Holbeche, William, 96, 105, 106, 113, 114, 132, 139, 155, 156, 169, 170, 174, 190, 196
-, Hoo, John, 321
-, Knightcote, William, 321
-, Lacer, Lacier, Richard, 1, 18, 22, 40, 43, 45, 53, 58, 68, 71
-, Leggy, Thomas, 18, 22, 36, 58, 68, 71
-, Lenne, Ralph de, 23, 25, 53, 68, 71
-, Little, Lytle, John, 51, 58, 68, 71, 132 135, 140, 165, 174, 190, 203, 205, 211, 213, 215, 216, 220, 222, 232, 236, 245, 254, 267, 281, 287, 293, 299, 316, 321, 322, 324, 327
-, Lodelowe, Thomas (de), 135, 139, 140, 146, 153, 169, 174, 190
-, Lovekyn, John, 18, 22, 51, 58, 68, 71, 113, 119, 160, 169, 174, 185, 190, 193, 196, 203
-, Lyons, Richard, 322, 327
-, Malewayn, John, 94, 96, 132
-, Mitford, John (de), 211, 213, 220, 222, 232, 245, 251, 254, 267, 275, 281, 287, 298, 299, 316, 327, 332
-, Mordone, Simon (de), 190, 203, 211, 213, 215, 216, 220, 222, 232, 260, 262, 267, 287, 299, 315, 316
-, Neuport, William, 316
-, Norhamptone, John, 201
-, Not, Noot, John, 156, 174, 190, 203, 211, 213, 220
-, Notyngham, Richard (de), 32, 48, 51, 53, 58, 68, 72, 76, 81, 106, 108, 132
-, Pecche, John, 3, 7, 13, 23, 24, 51, 58, 68, 71, 91, 94, 113, 132, 190, 203, 215, 216, 240, 241, 251, 254, 256, 298, 316
-, Perle, Thomas, 23, 53, 58, 68, 72, 113, 132
-, Philipot, John, 247, 266, 299, 316, 327
-, Picard, Pycard, Henry, 18, 24, 25, 26, 53, 58, 68, 71, 95, 113, 132
-, Piel, Pyel, John, 247, 251, 254, 262, 264, 266, 267, 276, 281, 287, 298, 306, 327
-, Pykenham, Thomas (de), 174, 190, 203
-, Sadelyngstanes, Hugh de, 105, 106, 113, 119, 121
-, St. Alban, John de, 155, 174, 190, 196, 203, 211, 213, 220, 222, 236, 245, 251, 254, 262, 267, 281
-, Smelt, Richard, 48, 58, 71, 106, 113, 132
-, Stable, Adam, 158, 201, 247, 293, 298, 316, 321, 324, 327
-, Stodeye, John (de), 3, 13, 23, 53, 58, 68, 71, 82, 91, 102, 113, 119, 132, 146, 190, 193, 203, 211, 213, 216, 222, 232, 240, 241, 245, 251, 254, 255, 262, 267, 281, 287, 298, 299, 320, 327
-, Thame, James de, 135, 139, 140, 156, 169, 170, 174
-, Thorpe, Elias de, 285
-, Todenham, Tudenham, William (de), 3, 13, 19, 23, 24, 26, 32, 40, 51, 58, 68, 71, 106, 113, 132, 156, 170, 174, 196, 203, 213, 220, 245, 251, 254
-, Tornegold, Torgold, John, 190, 203, 213, 220, 222, 232, 240, 241, 245, 251, 254, 262, 267, 275, 281, 299, 316, 320, 324, 327
-, Vyne, John, 316
-, Wade, John, 234
-, Walcote, John, 234
-, Waleworth, Walworth, William, 162, 201, 241, 245, 251, 254, 256, 262, 263, 266, 267, 275, 276, 287, 299, 316, 321, 324, 333
-, Warde, John, 251, 254, 260, 262, 263, 267, 281, 287, 298, 299, 316, 327
-, Welde, William (atte) (de), 3, 13, 19, 23, 24, 26, 32, 40, 51, 56, 58, 60, 68, 71–2, 76, 79, 82, 94, 95, 105, 106, 108, 131, 132, 156, 174, 190, 202, 203, 211, 213, 220, 222, 232, 236, 240, 241, 251, 254, 260, 262, 267, 275, 281, 287
-, Worstede, Wurstede, Simon de, 3, 6, 13, 18, 19, 23, 24, 25, 26, 32, 40, 51, 53, 58, 68, 72, 91, 105, 106, 108, 113, 132, 156, 174, 190, 203
-, Wroth, John, 106, 113, 132, 222, 241, 245, 269, 298, 316, 327

Aldermen to put their Wards in array, 51; to affix their seal to ale measures, 52; precept to, for cleansing streets, 75; ordinance as to disposal of their gowns, 93; allowed water from the Conduit without payment, 223

Aldersgate, 293

Aldersgate Ward, John Aubrey elected Alderman of, 262; William Leycestre, beadle of, 258
-, See also Assessments.

Aldgate, 101, 102; a turret near, leased to Walter Parmenter, 24; a tenement over, let to Geoffrey Chaucer, 327–8

Aldgate Bar, 11

Aldgate Ward, Aldermen of:
-, Berkyngge, Richard de, 48
-, Smelt, Richard, 48
-, Warde, John, 237
-, — John de Hakford, beadle of, 116
-, See also Assessments.

Aldhous, Thomas, 88

Ale, regulations for sale of, 4, 33, 52, 123–4, 150, 198, 226, 255, 260

Alemaine, Almayn, John (de), Warden of the New Temple and Brother of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, 118, 322, 325

Alemaine, Almaine, Hanse of, merchants to pay custom on woad, 67; taken under the King's protection, 91; contribute towards a gift to the King in aid of the war, 254

Aleyn, John, 147
-, — Reginald, 313
-, — Robert, 133, 134
-, — Thomas, 154
-, — — John, son of, 154

Algate, Alegate. See Aldgate.

Allesford, John, of co. Southampton, 183

All Hallows, Barking, church of, Curfew rung at, 270

All Hallows, Bread Street, parish of, 80, 151, 217, 218

All Hallows de Grascherche, parish of, 133, 307

All Hallows, Honylane, grant of advowson of church of, 95
-, — parish of, 83, 86, 155

All Hallows de Stanyngcherche, parish of, 53

Almaine. See Alemaine.

"Alpin," the amount of brokerage to be paid on, 209

Altekar, William de, 13, 109; valet of the King's wardrobe, 63

Altone, Aultone, Nicholas de, 322

Amiens, merchants of, appoint a proctor, 29–30; their new composition with the City of London, 30; ferm due to the City from, 216; letter from the Mayor, &c., of, 233; arrears of ferm paid to various Mayors, 245
-, See also Corbie and Nesle.

Amyas. See Amiens.

Andreu, Andrewe, Gerard, 61
-, — James, 13, 26, 59, 135, 146, 156, 158, 165, 169, 174, 185, 190, 203, 211, 213, 219, 220, 221, 222, 224, 225, 226, 227, 228, 229, 230, 232, 233, 241, 245, 251, 258, 262, 267, 269, 276, 281, 287, 298, 320, 323, 334
-, — — elected Mayor, 219
-, — — late Alderman of Bassishaw Ward, 323
-, — John, 244
-, — Lodewic, 313, 314
-, — Thomas, 53, 60

Anger, Henry, "esquiei," 154

Anketel, John, 79
-, — Nicholas, 140

Anne, John, de Mareschalse, 277

Antony, the Serjeant, 57

Apothecaries of Sopereslane, surveyors appointed, 204; of the Ropery, the same, 204; of Chepe, the same, 204; of Bucklersbury, the same, 204

Appel, John, 244

Appelby, Alban de, 15
-, — Hugh de, 49

Apprentice, proceedings against an, for leaving his master, 98

Apprentice-at-law, 310n.

Apprenticeship, freedom of the City by, approved, 178, 179; alteration made in the manner of admittance to the freedom of the City through, 211

Aquitaine, charter to merchant vint ners of, touching the gauging of wine, 56; the Duke of Lancaster with an army in, 319

Aras, William de, 6

Archers, furnished by the City for the defence of Calais, 242–5; a muster of, at Horselydown, 294

Archery, writs for encouragement of practice of, 154, 194

Arlicheseye, John de, 32

Armorer, Armurer, Master Richard, 217
-, — Robert, 166

Armourers, not to cross to Gascony in the retinue of great men, 44
-, — mistery of, 172

Arms, not to be carried by any Fleming, &c., 150–1; not to be sold at unreasonable price, 242; not to be exported, 256; not to be carried except by certain privileged persons, 294

Arnald, Robert, 57

Aspal, Adam, 79
-, — — Auncilla, wife of, 79

Aspelon, Nicholas, 227

Aspelond, John, de Wymyngtone, 183

Asselyn, Henry, 173

Assessments of the Wards, in aid of the war with France, 59–62, 242–3, 251; certain collectors of, convicted of extortion and deprived of the franchise 62; restored to the franchise 63; for gifts to the Prince of Wales &c., 275; for raising the sum of £1,000 for the King 282; of a fifteenth 328–9

Asshe, John, 244
-, — William, 205
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, 205

Asshebournham, Roger, 287

Assheburne, William, 200

Assheford, William, 331, 332

Assheham, Henry, 275

Asshelyn, Henry, 332, 333

Asshewelle, John (de), 60, 252, 331

Asshewy, Ralph, 30

Asshurst, John (de), 125, 253, 304, 331

"Assil," 81n.

Assize of Nuisance, 223

Assizes, no one over seventy years of age to be put on 270, 285, 310

Astwode, Bartholomew de, 105
-, — — Matilda, daughter of, 105

Athelby, Thomas, 161, 267

Atte Barnate, John, 54

Atte Barnet, Thomas, 223, 257, 279

Atte Basket, Roger, 53, 172, 310

Atte Beche, Henry, 89, 164, 174, 185

Atte Belle, John, 60

Atte Berne, John, 91
-, — — Alice daughter of, wife of William West, 91

Atte Blakeloft, Thomas, 76

Atte Boure, Henry, 332
-, — Hugh, 132, 170, 323
-, — — Thomas, son of, 132, 169, 323
-, — Richard, 113, 224, 252

Atte Bouwe, Roger, 218

Atte Bowe, Thomas, 59, 83, 86

Atte Brok or Broke, John, 111, 245, 249
-, — Peter, 16, 255
-, — Richard, 106
-, — Wheteman, 112

Atte Brome, John, 3, 6, 19, 32
-, — — Avice, widow of, wife of William Horwode, 19, 32

Atte Brome, John Juliana dau. of, 32
-, — Robert, 32
-, — Robert, Rector of Stevenache, 101
-, — William, 318

Atte Brugges, William, 157

Atte Castell, William, 157, 255

Atte Celer or Seler, Richard, 60, 252, 331
-, — William, 49, 65

Atte Chapel, William, 252, 331

Atte Chaumbre or Chamber, William, 65, 126, 137

Atte Cherche, Richard, 129, 158, 223, 257, 279

Atte Chirche, Hugh, 252, 284

Atte Cloo, Henry, 90

Atte Corner, William, 59, 76, 160

Atte Croche or Crouche, Richard, senior, 104, 252
-, — Richard, 235, 317
-, — Thomas, 9, 59, 81, 91, 114, 121, 240, 285

Atte Crouchewebbes, Richard, 172

Atte Dane, Robert, 185

Atte Doune, John, 244

Atte Dyche, John, 268
-, — Richard 111, 172, 183, 192, 200, 252
-, — Thomas, 172

Atte Dyk, William, 13

Atte Felde, Cristina, 269

Atte Forthe, Walter, 287
-, — William, 252

Atte Gate, Geoffrey, 59
-, — John, 204
-, — Richard, 192, 252
-, — Simon, 4, 50, 59, 76, 276
-, — Thomas, 332, 333

Atte Grene, John, 208
-, — Simon, 249, 250
-, — — Alice, wife of, 250
-, — Walter, 173, 275

Atte Hache, John, 270

Atte Hale or Halle, Henry, 224
-, — John "whitawyere," 318
-, — — tanner, 318
-, — Richard, 239
-, — — Stephen son of, 239
-, — Thomas, 32, 60, 307–8, 320, 321
-, — William, 60, 81
-, — William, 229
-, — — Cristina, daughter of, 229
-, — William, 234
-, — — Agnes, wife of, 234
-, — — Alice, daughter of, 234
-, — — Richard, son of, 234

Atte Harpe, John, 129, 172, 224

Atte Hegge, Philip, 99
-, — — Alice, wife of, afterwards wife of Robert le Beste, 99
-, — — Richard, son of, 99

Atte Hoke, Thomas, 174

Atte Hoo, John de Hoddesdone, 90
-, — William, 75
-, — — John, son of, 75
-, — — Matilda, wife of, 75

Atte Hulle, John, 64

Atte Hurst, William, 60

Atte Hyde, Thomas, 119

Atte Lake, William, 91

Atte Lane, Nicholas, 246
-, — William, 2

Atte Laneende, Nicholas, 185

Atte Lathe, William, 222, 287, 327

Atte Lee, Thomas, 185

Atte Leye, Thomas, 276

Atte Loke, John, 54

Atte Marche, Hugh, 55, 60
-, — John, 244
-, — Thomas, 61, 111

Atte Mede, John, 133

Atte Mersche or Mersshe, Bartholomew, 174, 291
-, — John, 253

Atte More, John, 60, 253
-, — Peter, 302
-, — Reginald, 216, 217
-, — Richard, 244

Atte Nassh, William, 107

Atte Nax, Simon, 231
-, — — Johanna, wife of, widow of William Knyvet, 231

Atte Nockete or Noket, Thomas, 126, 193, 252, 307

Atte Noke or Nook, Gerard, 143
-, — John, 76, 112, 258
-, — Robert, 96

Atte Plotte, Elias, 160

Atte Pye, Stephen, 270
-, — — Alice, daughter of, 270
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, 270
-, — — Richard, son of, 270

Atte Ram, Thomas, 324

Atte Rothe, Henry, 6

Atte Seler. See Atte Celer.

Atte Shoppe, Thomas, 36, 47, 70

Atte Sloo, 62, 63

Atte Sole or Soylle, Richard, 190, 191, 290

Atte Spence, Thomas, 61

Atte Stone, Roger, 1, 10, 61, 76

Atte Strete, Roger, 253

Atte Swan, Thomas, 172, 252

Atte Vyne, Thomas, 119
-, — William, 189

Atte Vyre, John, 204

Atte Walle, John, 61, 329

Atte Walle, Nicholas, 321
-, — Thomas, 61, 76
-, — William, 194

Atte Water, Adam, 219
-, — Henry, 106
-, — Simon, 174
-, — William, 208

Atte Welle, John, 65, 116

Atte Wode, John, 80, 171
-, — Roger, 160
-, — William, 243

Atte Wyche, John, 293
-, — Richard, 60
-, — Thomas, 61

Atte Wyke, Nicholas, 27

Atte Wyle, William, 20, 59, 119

Atte Wynge or Vynge, Richard, 117

Attorneys to take reasonable fees, 74

Aubrey, Andrew, 4, 7, 26, 48, 53
-, — — late Keeper of the King's seal for recognizances under the Statute of Acton Burnel, 67
-, — John, 255, 262, 267, 275, 281, 293, 298, 299, 316, 327, 332, 333
-, — elected M.P. for the City, 222
-, — elected Alderman of Aldersgate Ward, 262
-, — elected Sheriff, 311
-, — Thomas, 4

Aucra, William, 35

Aulnage of cloth, 20, 99, 297

Aulnager, Ralph de Prestone, 297

Aunay, John, 235

Aunger, Peter, de Cauntebrige, 173

Aungre, co. Essex, hundred of, 108

Aungre, Alexander de, 124
-, — William de, 59

Avenaunt, William, 76

Avenelle, Alexander, 60

Avignon, 71

Avoir de pois, to be weighed according to the Standard of the Exchequer and by even Balance, 138; not to be sold unless weighed at the King's Balance, 304

Aylesham, Adam (de), 246
-, — — John, son of, 246
-, — John de, 84
-, — — Alice, daughter of, 84

Aylyng, Geoffrey, de Hanfeld, 8
-, — — Matilda, wife of, daughter of Walter de Baumbton, 8

B

Baa, William de, 126

Baas, Bas, John, 60, 125, 292, 308
-, — Robert, 160

Babucz, Nicholas de, a knight of Almaine, 92

Bacheler, Bachiller, Walter, 59, 135, 151, 215, 254, 270

Backervelle, Thomas de, 135
-, — — John, son of, 135

Bacon, Bacoun, John, de Todyngtone, junior, 273
-, — Richard, 37, 41, 44, 61, 108, 127, 155, 211
-, — — Juliana, wife of, afterwards wife of James Redewelle, 211
-, — — Simon, son of, 211
-, — — Thomas, son of, 211
-, — — William, son of, 211

Badby, William, 316

Badewyn, William, 59

Badyngham, William, 200

Bakere, Gylmyn, 172
-, — John, 21
-, — Richard, 229
-, — Simon, 119
-, — — Alice, daughter of, wife of William de Sporlee and afterwards wife of John Waket, 119, 215, 254

"Bakkewellehalle," 67

Balance, the Small, weigher of, elected by men of the Mistery of Mercery, 2
-, — the Great, John Yonge sworn Keeper of, 204

Balauncer, John, 6

Balcoun, Roger, 158
-, — — Mary, daughter of, 158

Baldewyne, John, 70, 112, 166
-, — William, 43, 276
-, — — Alice, wife of, 43

Baldok, John, admitted Serjeant of the Chamber, 312
-, — William de, 166
-, — — Isabella, wife of, 166

Ballard, Thomas, 333

Baltone, Roger de, 129

Bamme, Adam, 159

Bamptone, John, 108

Bandone, John de, 6
-, — Richard, 14

Barber, Richard, 182
-, — Robert le, 115

Barbers, discharged from serving on inquests, 88

Barbour, Nicholas, 260, 324
-, — — Alice, daughter of, 260, 324
-, — William, 314

Bardes, Walter de, 237

Bardi, Peter de, and other members of the Society of the Bardi taken under the King's protection, 231–2

Baret, Henry, 252, 331, 332
-, — Richard, 254
-, — William, 276, 304

"Barflewe" (Barfleur), 112

Barges furnished by the City for the defence of the realm, 302–3, 304, 305, 308, 310, 311–12, 330, 332

Barnet, Thomas, 228

Baroun, John, 245

Barry, John, 200

Bartelot, John, 36, 70, 105

Bartholomew Fair. See St. Bartholomew.

Bartone, John de, 76, 112, 137, 200, 276
-, — Simon de, 117

"Baseyn," 209

Basham, Stephen, 58

Basingstoke, Richard de, 37
-, — — Amy, daughter of, 37

Basket, Roger, 217

Basset, John, 244

Bassishaw Ward, Aldermen of:
-, Andrew, James, 323
-, Caustone, William, 49
-, Fyfhide, John, 323
-, Notyngham, Richard de, 48–9

Basyng, Robert de, 30

Basyngstok, Richard de, 36
-, — — Cecilia, daughter of, 36

Bat, Gerard, 30

Bate, John, 160

"Batericheseye" (Battersea), 192

Bathe, John (de), 223, 235, 253
-, — William de, 49, 137

Bathele, Robert, 298
-, — — Alice, wife of, late wife of Edward Gosselyn, 298

Baudry, John, 201

Baumbton, Walter de, 8
-, — — Matilda, daughter of, wife of Geoffrey Aylyng, 8

Beanner (Beauver?), William, 60, 118

Beauchamp, John, 88
-, — Robert, 133, 164, 229, 258, 306
-, — Thomas, 183
-, — Thomas, Knt., 320

Beauflour, Geoffrey, 59

Beaufrount, John, 171

Beaumond, Beamoond, Laurence, 114, 172, 241
-, — — Mary, wife of, afterwards wife of John Pope, 241
-, — Robert, 218

Beauver, William, 60, 118. See also Beanner.

Beche, Beeche, Hervey (de), 175, 184

Bedeford, John de, 40, 70, 110
-, — Robert de, 63
-, — — Petronilla, wife of, 63

Bedel Bedell, Nicholas, 81
-, — Walter, 81
-, — William, 171, 256

Bedewynd, Walter de, Treasurer of St. Peter's, York, 129

Bedford, burgesses of, to enjoy the same liberties as citizens of Oxford, 35

Bedyk, Alexander, 317
-, — — Margery, wife of, daughter of John de Neketone, 317
-, — Thomas, 95
-, — — Henry, son of, 95

Bedyngtone, Nicholas de, 60
-, — Simon de, 47, 55, 115
-, — — elected M.P. for the City, 82
-, See also Benyngtone.

Beek, Bek, Gerard, 235, 314

Beer. See Ale.

Beestone, William de, 112

Beggars to be put down, 301

Beket, John, 244

Belchambre, Thomas, 244

Belesby, Sir William, 81

Belhomme, William, 293

Belton Walter, 314, 332

Benet, Gilbert, 200
-, — John, 2, 55, 172
-, — Ralph, 141

Beneyt, John, 252

Benyngtone, Simon (de), 51, 95, 108, 111, 112, 113, 145, 216, 221, 334
-, — — elected M.P. for the City, 155, 182, 205
-, See also Bedyngtone.

"Bercherlane," "Bercheverlane" (Birchin Lane), 111, 307

Berde, Nicholas, 244

Berdefeld, Peter de, 111

Berdene, John de, 54
-, — Robert, 253

"Berebyndereslane," parish of St. Mary Bothawe, 100

Bereward, Edward, 50

Berkhampstede, a letter from the Princess of Wales from, 291

Berkhamstede, William, 160, 184

"Berkyngchirche". See All Hallows, Barking.

Berkyngge, John, 206
-, — — Thomas, son of, 206
-, — Richard (de), 13, 22–3
-, — William de, 35, 59, 76

Bermengham, Bermyngham, Thomas de, 298, 326
-, — — Johanna, wife of, late wife of Philip Draper, 298

Bernard, Roger, 33, 34, 205, 269
-, — — Margery, wife of, 269

Bernardecastel, 258

Bernardyn, John, 314

Bernes, Bernys, John (de), 59, 100, 104, 108, 115, 136, 147, 169, 170, 174, 190, 193, 196, 203, 213, 220, 241, 245, 250, 251, 252, 254, 266, 267, 269, 270, 273, 275, 276, 277, 278, 279, 281, 282, 283, 286, 287, 288, 289, 291, 292, 297, 298, 299, 305, 306, 315, 316, 321, 323, 327, 332

Bernes, John (de), elected Mayor, 267, 288
-, — John, 256
-, — — Edith, wife of, 256
-, — Richard de, 270

Berneye, Bernaye, Walter (de), 43, 80, 121, 132, 136, 229
-, — — elected Mayor, but declines office, 234; pays fine of 100 marks, 240

Berthyn, Richard, 166

Berwardeslane, fields in, belonging to the Bishop of London, 322

Berwick-on-Tweed, 83

Beseville, Ralph de, 13
-, — — Johanna, wife of, late wife of Richard de Duddelee, 13

Besouthe, John, 252, 253

Beste, Robert le, 99
-, — — Agnes, wife of, widow of Philip atte Hegge, 99

Betele, William, 156

Betheware, Nicholas, 239

Betoigne, John de, merchant of Bordeaux, 210

Betrynge, Henry, 243

Beverache, John, 239

Beverley, Beverlee, John de, 15, 185, 329

Billingsgate, corn not to be sold at, before the hour of Prime, 33; to remain three days at, before sale to merchants, 77; schedule of customs to be taken at, 126

Billingsgate, John de Wyrhale, bailiff of, 227

Billingsgate Ward, affrays in, 57
-, See also Assessments.

Birchemore, William de, de St. Alban, 261

Birkyn, Henry, 107

"Birler." See "Byrlestere."

Birlyngham, John, 273, 276, 286, 332
-, — — elected M.P. for the City, 313

Bishopsgate Ward, collectors of assessment in, convicted of fraud, 62. See also Assessments.

Bisshe, William, 157

Bissheye, Bisseye, Thomas de, 60, 111

Bisshope, John, 59
-, — Richard, 2, 37
-, — William, 115

Bisshopesgate, 100, 203; the moor outside, 101

Bisshopesgate, Bysshopesgate, John, 241
-, — Robert de, 241

Bisshopestone, John, 107

Bitterlee, William, 235

Black, Richard, 38

Black Death, depreciation of property in the City owing to ravages of the, 85

Blackhoumore, co. York, 87

Blak', John, 133, 134

Blake, Nicholas le, 36
-, — — Johanna, wife of, 36
-, — Richard, 268

Blakemore, Adam, 244
-, — William, 107

Blakeneye, John, 245, 276, 292
-, — Ralph, 132, 170, 276, 304, 331

Blaket, John, 245

Blakthorne, John, 293
-, — — Agnes, wife of, 293

Blankeneye, Blaunkeneye, Walter, 156, 292

Blanket, John, 200

Blaunche, John, 95, 136, 190, 204
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, wife of John de Oxenforde, junior, 95

Blechyngleye, Walter de, 129

Bliseworth, Laurence de, 203
-, — — Johanna, wife of, 203

Blithe, John de, 70. See also Blythe.
-, — Robert de, 57

Blockeley, Blokelee, Blokle, John (de), 184, 191, 228, 308, 309, 332

Blod, Blode, Thomas, 9, 21, 50, 147

Blount, James le, 30
-, — Roger le, 30

Blythe, Bleythe, John de, 155, 168
-, — — John, son of, 155, 168
-, See also Blithe.

Boat-hire, regulations for, 301

Bocham, Roger de, Knt., 272

"Bochersbrigge," orderforitsiemoval, 246, 249, 262

Bockynge, John, 329

Bodesham, John de, 117

Bohun, Sir Humphrey de, Earl of Hereford, 157

Bokeleresbury. See Bucklersbury.

Bokerel, Andrew, 30

Bokyngham, Roger, 232

Bole, Bol, John, 59, 62, 90
-, — Nicholas, 7, 61

Bolle, Robert, 290

Boltone, Thomas, 171

Bonavetoure, Thomas, 222

Bonegarde, Cristian de la, 182
-, — — Maigaret, wife of, 182

Boneient (?), Nicholas, 313

Bonere (Bouere ?), Geoffrey, 79, 114, 147, 239, 285
-, — — Isabella, daughter of, wife of John Fysshe, 239, 240, 286
-, — John, 285–6
-, — — Cristina, wife of, 285
-, — Richard, 114, 239
-, — Thomas, 239
-, — William, 79, 114
-, — — Isabella, wife of, 114
-, — — John, son of, 114
-, — — John, another son of, 114
-, — — Juliana, wife of, 79, 114
-, — William, 240
-, — — John, son of, 240
-, — — — Cristina, wife of, afterwards wife of Robert Brabason, 240

Bonet, Gilbert, 118, 222, 252, 332
-, — William, 59, 172

Bonmarche, John, 154

Bordeaux, 71, 83, 210

Bordene (or Berdene, co. Kent), 207

Bordmakere, Robert, 64

Borelle, William, 273

Borewelle, William de, 18, 44

Bosenham, Thomas de, 200

Boseworth, Henry (de), 61, 178, 222, 233, 259

Bosham, Boseham, John, 162, 285, 298

Boteler, Botiller, Geoffrey le, 257
-, — — John, son of, 257
-, — — Katherine, daughter of, 257
-, — John, 93, 99

Botelstone, Geoffrey, 137

Botoner, Laurence le, 46
-, — William, 171

Botoun, John, 35

Bottesham, John, 281

Bottle-makers to place their mark on bottles, &c., 317; Masters elected and sworn, id.

Botulston, Thomas, 283

Boucher, Geoffrey le, 34

Bouere. See Bonere.

"Bouget," 206

Boulton, John de, 140
-, — — Cristina, wife of, 140
-, — — John, son of, 140

Boune, Bunne, John (de), 189

Bourne, Sir John de, Knt., 220
-, — — Baitholomew, son of, 221
-, — — Margaret, wife of, 220, 221

Bovyngdone, John de, 155
-, — — Katherine, wife of, 155

Bow, Ralph de, 108

Bows and arrows not to be exported, 92, 256

Bowyers, mistery of, 172

Bowyers and "Flecchers," separation of the two misteries, 279

Box, Hamo, his chantry in the church of St. Michael, Cornhill, 183, 184

Boxeford, Robert, 162

Boydon, Robert de, 174, 185

Boys, Hugh, 287
-, — — Isabella, wife of (formerly wife of William West ?), 287
-, — Richard, 107

Boyville, William, 151

Braas, John, 116

Brabant, Weavers of, 157, 175, 204, 214, 235, 255, 302, 317, 329

Brabason, Brabazoun, Adam, 8, 18, 23, 68, 71, 99
-, — Robert, 240
-, — — Cristina, wife of, widow of John, son of William Bonere, 240
-, — Robert, committed to prison for an assault in the presence of the Mayor, 311

Brad, John, 245

Bradegate, in Bruggestret, John de, 93

Bradele, Bradeleye, Henry (de), 60
-, — John (de), 154, 252
-, — Nicholas, 244
-, — Stephen, 253, 286
-, — — Isabella, wife of, 286
-, — — John, son of, 286

Bradmedwe, John, 61, 218
-, — — Mariota, wife of, 218

Braelers, their ordinances, 37

Brainton (Bramton ?), John, 133

Brakenburgh, Thomas, 171

Bramptone, John de, 309
-, — William de, 67

Brandesbury, John, 329

Brandone, Thomas de, 26, 46, 47, 51, 54, 58, 65, 72, 77, 95, 146

Brangwayn, William, 53, 130
-, — — William, son of, 130

Brasiers, mistery of, 171

Brauhynge, Thomas, 253

Braunceby, William, 244

Braybourne, John, 244

Braylles, Nicholas, 171

Bread Street, cooks of, sworn to examine bad food, 332

Bread Street Ward, Nicholas Brem bre elected Alderman of, 298
-, — Richard Gerveys, beadle of, 116

Breche, Nicholas, de "Frennyngham," co. Kent, 186

Brecles, Brekles, Brikles, William (de), 136, 172, 204, 304

Bredstrete, John de, 6

Brembre, Nicholas, 246, 257, 273, 275, 285, 286, 292, 297, 298, 299, 316, 317, 321, 327
-, — elected Alderman of Bread Street Ward, 298

Brencheslee, Bryncheslee, John de, 59, 99

Brendewode, Roger, 332

Brenge, Henry, 59
-, — Hugh, 244

Brenham, Ralph de, 163

Brent, Robert, 41, 114, 200

Bret, Walter, 163

Bretforde, Henry, 250, 307, 320, 321
-, — — John, son of, 307, 320, 321
-, — — Lucy, wife of, 250
-, — — Richard, son of, 307

Bretigni, the peace of 123

Bretoun, Brettone, John, 111, 320

Brewere, John, 217
-, — Richard le, 116
-, — Simon le, 116, 117
-, — Walter le, 59

Brewers, to sell ale at prices specified, 52; their measures to be sealed, id.; names of those appointed by the Mayor to serve the King, 76; contribute towards a present for the King, 172

Brewers' money, 332

Brian, Guy de, 135
-, — John, 221

Briclesworth, Brikelesworth, John (de), 175, 176, 196, 199, 203, 286
-, — — Richard, son of, 286

Bridecote, Bredecote, John, 61, 76, 89

Bridefort, Henry de, 133

Bridge Ward, William Walworth elected Alderman of, 234

"Briggehous," le, tenements called, 132, 322n., 323

Bright, John, master wine-drawer, 241

Brikles. See Brecles.

Brinkele, Brynkele, Robert, 132, 169, 170, 323, 324

Bristol, 25

Bristoll, John de, 50
-, — William de, 14

Bristowe, John (de), 65, 119, 220, 244
-, — Thomas, 205
-, — William, 239

Brix, Thomas, 59, 76

Broad Street Ward, John Malewayn elected Alderman of, loco Thomas Leggy, 94
-, — Richard Lyons elected Alderman of, 322

Brode, Henry, 41, 63, 193, 292

Brode, Nicholas, 244

"Brodeselde," in Soper's Lane, 137

Broke, Richard, 290
-, — Walter, 205

Brokers not to be corn-meters, 33
-, — regulations for business of, 300, 313; admissions, 313–14

Brome, Edmund, 223
-, — William, 144, 223
-, — — Alice, wife of, 144, 223
-, — — Thomas, nephew of, 144

Bromfelde, Thomas de, 96, 97
-, — — Matilda, daughter of, wife of John Punge de Ware, 96

Bromholm, William de, 249

Bromme, Richard, 32

Bromyzord, Walter de, 21

Broun, John, 96
-, — — Alice, daughter of, wife of Robert Godwyne, 96
-, — — Elena, wife of, 96
-, — John, 6, 84, 116
-, — — Margery, daughter of, 6
-, — John, de Horwode, 229, 265
-, — Matthew, 70, 88, 116, 119, 137, 146
-, — Thomas, 119
-, — — Margery, wife of, 119

Brugges, John de, 200

Bruggestrete, 56, 93, 123

Brumptone, Philip de, 247
-, — — Alice, wife of, widow of William de Burtone, 247

Brunne, Richard, 276

Brusyngham, Thomas de, 99

Brutey, Bernard, merchant of Bor deaux, 210

Bryan John, 153, 154, 304

Brys, William, 244

"Buche," 149, 150

"Buche Talwode," 149

Bucklersbury, 242; grocers, pep perers, and apothecaries of, 204; all exchanges of gold and silver to be located in, 220

Bucsted, Buksted, John, 171, 214, 240

Buk, John, chaplain, 83

Buktone, Thomas de, 25

Bullok, John, 53, 60, 134, 172, 200, 276, 288

Burdene, Adam de, Rector of St. Mary at Hill, 141

Burdeux. See Bordeaux.

Burdeyn, William, 262

Burel, John, 244

Bures, John (de), 61, 100, 104, 108, 115, 158, 175, 197, 205, 275, 325, 334

Burford, William, 252

Burgate, William, 117

Burgeys, John, 154

Burghersshe, Sir Bartholomew de, 254

Burghshire, 87

Burle, Robert de, 113, 170
-, — — Elizabeth, wife of, daughter of John de Enfeld, 113

Burre, John, 60, 116, 117

Bursers. See Pouchmakers.

Burstalle, John de, 97, 111, 176

Burtone, John, 133
-, — — Juliana, wife of, 133
-, — William de, 60, 119, 125, 247
-, — — Alice, wife of, afterwards wife of Philip de Brumptone, 247

Burton St. Lazar (co. Leic.), Hospital of, 28

Bury, Adam de, 3, 7, 12, 23, 24, 39, 45, 53, 58, 68, 71, 95, 99, 110, 113, 132, 167, 170, 174, 175, 177, 178, 181, 185, 186, 188, 189, 190, 192, 193, 197, 200, 201, 202, 203, 212, 260, 261, 308, 312, 316, 317, 318, 320, 323, 326, 327, 328, 334
-, — elected M.P. for the City, 140
-, — elected Mayor, 203, 312; removed from office by the King, 205
-, — Blaise de, 135, 200, 326
-, — Edmund de, 243
-, — John (de), 41, 45, 135, 245
-, — — Lucy, wife of, 41
-, — Roger, 133
-, — William de, 276

Butchers, a place for cleaning and depositing entrails of slaughtered cattle allotted to, 31–2; another locality to be provided, 43; of the Stocks, their dispute with Fish mongers, 127–8; to sell their meat at prices prescribed, 139; contribute towards a present for the King, 171, surveyors of, sworn, 173–4, 207–8; complaints against, for carrying offal through the streets, 262; writ for observance of ordinance forbidding the slaughtering of beasts within the City, 288; the ordinance not to affect butchers of Estchepe and the Stocks, id.; convicted of selling bad meat, 332–3
-, — mistery of, names of those sworn to govern the, 275

Butchers' Bridge. See "Bochers brigge."

Bygod, Thomas, 253

Bykebury, William (de), 144, 145

Byllynge, John, 115

"Byrlestere," 123

Bys, Bysz, Bysshe, William, 61, 120, 211, 222, 252, 257, 276, 307
-, — — Alianora, wife of, 257

Byttone, Robert de, 275

C

Cachepol, Henry, 21

Cadoun, William, 105
-, — — Margaret, daughter of, 105
-, — — Roger, son of, 105

"Cage," le, tenement called, in parish of St. Michael Bassishaw, 286

Calais, goods of merchants wrongfully seized at, 34; victuals, &c., to be exported only to, 39, 42, 83, 111, 112, 208; an armed force sent to, 46, 47, 242–5
-, — the Staple at, abolished, 248

Callere, William, 290

Cambelleuc, Colart, 30

Cambres, John, 145

Cambridge, city of, 25

"Campe," Herman Yungelyn of, 330, 333

Candelwykstrete, 210

"Candy," a sweet wine, 137, 199

"Canel," 210

Canell, William, 182

Canon, Canoun, Adam, 1, 37
-, — — Hawisia, wife of, 1
-, — Thomas, 171

Cantebrigge, Cauntebrige, Henry de, 252
-, — Hugh de, 259
-, — John (de), 58, 111, 119, 120, 121, 122, 124, 125, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 134, 135, 136, 140, 146, 147, 151, 152, 153, 154, 156, 157, 158, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 169, 171, 173, 175, 179, 181, 185, 188, 192, 193, 200, 201, 202, 205, 210, 211, 212, 214, 215, 216, 217, 218, 221, 224, 225, 226, 227, 228, 229, 230, 233, 239, 240, 242, 246, 247, 248 249, 251, 257, 258, 260, 261, 264, 266, 267, 269, 270, 275, 276, 277, 278, 279, 281, 286, 287, 291, 292, 298, 303, 304, 305, 306, 307, 309, 311–12, 314, 317, 318, 320, 324, 325, 326, 331, 332, 333, 334
-, — John de, fishmonger, 334
-, — Ralph de, 46, 58, 60, 75, 130, 176, 181
-, — Ralph (de), 306, 307, 316
-, — — Dionisia, daughter of, wife of Thomas Cavendisshe, 306, 307, 316
-, — Thomas de, 54
-, — — Ralph, son of, 54

Canterbury, letter of procuration from, 25
-, — Simon Islip, Archbishop of, 199
-, — charters to the Prior of Christchurch, 199

Canterbury, the Staple removed to Queenborough from, 228

Canterbury, John de, 64, 116

Canvas cloth to be aulnaged, 297

Canyngges, John de, 117, 118

Capel, John, 89

Cappe, John, 234, 260
-, — William, 314, 315

"Cardenalhatte," tenement called the, 307

Cardmakers, mistery of, articles of, 63–4

"Carfukes," the, of Leadenhall, 271

Carletone, Karltone, Richard de, 45, 61, 90, 99, 162, 252

Carlille, Carlelle, Adam (de), tailor or draper, 162, 184, 201 (?), 303
-, — — Henry, bastard son of, 303
-, — — Margaret, daughter of, 303
-, — — Marion, wife of, afterwards wife of John Maryns, 303
-, — — spicer, 172, 204, 267, 321
-, — — elected M.P. for the City, 313

Carnewyk, William van, 157

Carouch, Blasius, 237

Carpe, William, 258

Carpenter, Roger le, 26, 146
-, — — Mazera, wife of, 26
-, — — Thomas, son of, 146

Carpenters, wages of, regulated, 301

Carts entering the City with victuals, &c., tax on, 81; collectors of the same appointed, id.; bringing loads to the City, tariff for, 148–9

Castebien, Roger, 34

Castel, Ralph del, 238

Castel Aungre, co. Essex, manor of, 108

Castilioun, Chastiloun, Chastilon, Bartholomew, 208, 231, 333
-, — — Alice, daughter of, 231
-, — — John son of, 231, 333
-, — John, 137, 228, 265
-, — — Johanna, wife of, 137
-, — — John, son of, 228, 265
-, See also Guidonis.

Castle Baynard, a deed dated at, 96; water-gate at, 99, 125

Castle Baynard Ward, Walter de Berneye elected Alderman of, 229
-, — John Pyel elected Alderman of, 247

Castre, Bartholomew (de), 188, 229, 262
-, — John, 244

"Catfethele," le, tenement called, 217

Catour, Richard, 106
-, — Simon, 106

Cause, Pelegryn de, 210

Caustone, Kaustone, Hugh de, 134, 204, 276
-, — Richard de, 13

Caustone, Kaustone, Robert de, 175
-, — — Alice, wife of, 175
-, — William de, 3, 23, 26, 49
-, — William de, 70
-, — — William, son of, 70
-, — — — Thomas, son of, 70
-, — — — William, son of, 70

Cavendisshe, John, 119, 299, 301, 316, 329
-, — Richard de, 13, 201
-, — — Richard, son of, 201
-, — Roger, 200, 252, 275
-, — Stephen (de), 16, 94, 95, 97, 106, 115, 132, 145, 146, 148, 152, 153, 154, 155, 156, 157, 158, 160, 163, 170, 174, 190, 196, 203, 211, 213, 216, 220, 222, 236, 240, 241, 245, 251, 254, 262, 263, 267, 275, 281, 293
-, — Thomas de, his chantry in church of St. Mary Colechurch, 118
-, — Thomas, 316
-, — — Dionisia, wife of, daughter of Ralph Cauntebrigge, 316

Caytone, Kaytone, Robert (de), 68, 242, 273, 277, 281, 287
-, — — elected Sheriff, 265

Cesarius, Bishop of Sancta Maria de Rosis, 19

"Cevedenlane" (Seething Lane), 80

Chabham, William de, 210
-, — — Alice, wife of, 210

Chadesdene, Henry, 154

Chalcheford, wine fleet for Gascony to assemble at, 14

Chalk, Agnes, 169

Chaloner, William le, 49

Chamber of the Guildhall, deeds dated in the, 121, 133
-, — names of those appointed to survey the expenditure out of the, 316
-, — Serjeants of:
-, Baldok, John, 312
-, Chaumberleyn, John, 249, 288
-, Depham, Thomas de, 265
-, Gaytone or Kaytone, John de, 24, 69, 108
-, Greyngham, William de, 6, 38, 44, 58, 106, 114, 122, 127, 131, 163, 229, 295
-, Merstone, Richard de, 204
-, St. Alban, Thomas de, 113
-, Watlyngton, John, 202
-, Yonge, William le, 55

Chamberlains:
-, Cantebrigge, John (de), 58, 111, 119, 120, 122, 124, 125, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 134, 135, 136, 140, 146, 147, 151, 152, 153, 154, 156, 157, 158, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 171, 173, 175, 179, 181, 185, 188, 192, 193, 200, 201, 202, 205, 210, 211, 212, 214, 215, 216, 217, 218, 221, 224, 225, 226, 227, 228, 229, 230, 233, 239, 240, 242, 246, 247, 248–9, 251, 257, 258, 260, 261, 264, 267, 269, 270, 275, 276, 278, 279, 286, 287, 291, 292, 303, 304, 305, 306, 307, 309, 311–12, 314, 317, 318, 320, 324, 325, 326, 331, 332, 333, 334
-, Eynesham, William (de), 153, 217, 229, 230, 263, 315, 318, 320, 326, 331, 333
-, Odiham, Richard, 159, 213, 249, 316
-, Speleman, Stephen, 234
-, Wacher, John, 30
-, Waldene, Thomas de, 1, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 15, 18, 19, 21, 22, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 40, 43, 45, 52, 56, 58, 63, 69, 79, 82, 83, 85, 91, 95, 96, 99, 102, 105, 106, 108, 109, 110, 121

Chamberleyn, John, 'Serjant," 249, 288
-, — John, 107, 249
-, — Simon, 56

Chandlers of the City, ordinances regu lating price of tallow, 144; contribute towards a present for the King, 172

Chantries, no chaplain to take more than 5 marks a year for celebrating, 151

Chapman, John, 55

Chardestoke, Sir Edward, 291

Charles V. of France, grants freedom of trade to English merchants, 190

Charletone, Richard de, 132

Charlewode, Thomas, 105, 289

Charwaltone, Charweltone, Robert de, 49

Chastel, Hamond de, 30

Chastiloun. See Castilioun.

Chaucer, Chaucier, Geoffrey, lease of a tenement over Aldgate to, 327–8
-, — Henry, 46
-, — — Juliana, wife of, widow of Simon Osekyn, 46
-, — John, collector of assessment of the Ward of Vintry, 59
-, — Nicholas, 37, 59, 204

Chaumpeneye, John, 316

Chaumpeneys, John, 130, 155, 222
-, — — Juliana, daughter of, 130
-, — William, 130

Chaundeler, John (le), 51, 55, 76, 81, 108, 125

Chaundeler, John le, 200, 201
-, — — Cecilia, widow of, wife of John de Sexlyngham, and afterwards wife of Hugh de Stauntone, 200–1
-, — — Thomas, son of, 200, 201
-, — Peter, 243
-, — Philip le, 171
-, — Ralph le, 58
-, — Richard, 61
-, — Stephen (le), 90, 145
-, — William le, 55

Chaungeour, Adam, 276

Chedyngdone, Walter de, 126

Chelmesford, bequest for repair of highway from Aldgate to, 191

Chelsham, Hubert, 241

Chepe, grocers, pepperers, and apothecaries of, 204; the stone cross in, 269

Cherchegate, William, 57, 136
-, — — Katherine, wife of, widow of John de Crepelgate, 136

Cherte, John, 220, 221
-, — — Agnes, wife of, 221

Chesham, Richard, 60, 133, 134, 145
-, — Richard de, 288
-, — — Agnes, wife of, 288

Chesman, William, 243

Chesterfeld, Robert de, 187

Chesthunte, Nicholas, 238
-, — Walter de, 242
-, — — Walter, son of, 242

Chestre, John, 160
-, — Thomas de, 241

Chestrefeld, Roger de, 113, 164

Chetham, Thomas de, 116

Chetyngdone, Walter de, 49, 59

Chevenyngge, William, 190, 191

Chevyn, Matthew, of Florence, 314

Cheyne, Thomas, 309

Cheyner, Thomas, 18, 44, 60, 119, 125

Chichester, a letter of procuration from, 25

Chichestre, John (de), 38, 49, 50, 60, 62, 78, 79, 94, 106, 111, 112, 115, 132, 140, 154, 174, 190, 202, 203, 213, 220, 236, 241, 251, 255, 256, 257, 258, 260, 261, 262, 263, 264, 265, 266, 267, 268, 275, 281, 291, 308, 316, 326, 327
-, — elected Alderman of Farndone Ward. loco Richard Lacier, resigned, 94
-, — elected Mayor, 254

Chikewelle, Hamo de, 127

Chiksond, Simon de, 217

Child, Stephen, 64

Chippenham, Richard, 252, 273
-, — Simon de, 161

Chipstede, Adam de, 35

Chiritone, Walter de, 77, 78

Chisenhale, Thurstan de, 137

Cholseye, John de, 50

"Chopyns," false measures called, to be burnt, 269

Chose, Hamo, 188, 189
-, — — Isabella, daughter of, 188

Choune, William, 187

Chount, Roger, 244

Christchurch, Canterbury, Prior of, his charters, 199

Christchurch or Holy Trinity, Prior of, as Alderman of the City, 58, 72

Chyseldene, 207

Chyvele, John, 276
-, — William, 252

Chyvyngtone, William, 147
-, — — William, son of, 147
-, — — — Beatrix, mother of, wife of Peter Richeman, 147

Cinque Ports, Barons of, to be quit of toll, 227

City, the, proclamation for keeping the peace in, 13; its liberties confirmed by Edward III. notwith-standing the statute made at York granting free trade to foreigners, 14–15; regulations for the government of, 33, 197–8, 206, 219, 270–2; Commissioners to inquire into seditious meetings held in, 45–6; to be put in array, 49, 113; petitions the King for relief, 85–6; proclamation against begging vagrants in, 111; a not in, caused by men of divers misteries, 168; sends an armed force for the defence of Calais, 242–5; money raised by, for furnishing an armed force, 251; names of collectors of the same, 252–3; grants a loan to the King, 263; proclamation made temp John de Bernes, Mayor, for the government of, 270–272; grants the sum of £1,000 to the King for safeguarding merchant vessels at sea, 282; makes a gift to the Princess of Wales, 291; the Mayor and Sheriffs to appear and answer for contribution to subsidy, 300; those guilty of causing a riot in, to be punished, 297

City Carpenters sworn, 158, 223, 257; to be exempt from taxes and sub sidies, 279

City Cash, surveyors of expenditure of, appointed, 316

City Counsel, John de Middelton, apprentice of Court, sworn, 310

City Courts, jurisdiction of, ousted, 86, 187

City Custom, claim by a widow to a moiety of her late husband's goods, notwithstanding his having left children by a former wife and none by the claimant, 250

City Ditches, to be cleansed, 27; rubbish not to be cast into the, 300

City Franchises, foreigners not to sit in trial on citizens, 86, 187; mode of admission of tailors to the, 162; freemen by birth ought not to pay fine, 179; three ways of obtaining the, id.; petitions for restitution of, 185, 187, 206, 207; to be enjoyed by freemen not residing continuously in the City, provided they be in lot and scot, 203; change made in man ner of admitting apprentices and others to, 211–12; not to be prejudiced by the appointment of a commission for gaol delivery to sit at the Guildhall, 213; legal proceedings within the City not returnable, 237; an order to bring up the body of a prisoner in Newgate appealed for murder, refused, 277

City Gates, a toll on victuals collected at the, for repair of roads, 81

City Loans to the King, enumeration of various, 85

City Masons sworn, 158, 223, 257; to be exempt from taxes and subsidies, 279

City Parishes, assessment made on, 280; amount of assessment in creased, 284; return made as to their number, 282, 284

City Serjeants, their right to bear maces, 21–2, 23

Clakke, Richard, 244

Clapham, John, 244

Clapschethe, Claspeschethe, John, 176, 207, 252, 258

Clare, Edmund de, 259
-, — William de, 200

"Clarre," a sweet wine, 199

Claverynge, Richard de, 55, 60, 75, 130, 175, 176, 181, 212, 213, 276, 301
-, — — Dionisia, wife of, daughter of John de Hatfeld and afterwards wife of Richard Hatfeld, 181, 213

Clayman, Thomas, 235, 331

Clee, Sir William de, 107

Clement, Henry, 55, 58

Clenche, Thomas, 252, 258, 283, 307

Clendon, Roger de, 15

Clerc, Henry, 268
-, — John, 244
-, — Thomas, 268

Clerk, Henry le, 222
-, — John, senior, 315
-, — John (le), 59, 76, 81, 99, 133, 160, 207, 258
-, — Richard, 59, 119
-, — Thomas le, 116, 192, 327
-, — William, 116

Clerkenwell, Agnes la Despenser, a nun of, 11

Clivele, John, 259

Clofhamer, Ralph, 329

Cloptone, John, 252, 331

Cloth, not to be sold until aulnaged, 20–1, 99, 254, 297, 304, 329; old, not to be mixed with new, 174; certain weavers and fullers sworn to examine defects of, 284; the length and breadth of, prescribed by Parliament, 318

Clothworkers, foreign, to be exempt from membership of the Weavers' Guild, 130

Clyfford, Ralph, 244

Clynton, John de, 45

Clypstone, writ dated from, 24

Clyveland, co. York, 87

Coal, ordinance regulating the sale of, 220. See also Sea-coal.

Cobbeham, Sir William, Knt., 286

Cochow, Cockow, John, 173

Cofferers, mistery of, ordinances of, 312; masters of, elected, id.

Cofrer, Salaman le, 8

Coggere, Roger, 133

Coggeshale, John (de), 18, 61, 152, 276, 303, 304
-, — William, 245

Coinage, new, 3
-, — old, not to be exported, 3

Cok, Cokke, John, 160, 164, 172, 216
-, — — Margery, wife of, widow of Thomas de Macchyngge, 164
-, — Richard, 49
-, — William, de Hesse, 156

Cokenage, John, 316

Cokeshale, Andrew, 200

Cokham, Henry, de Southwokyndon (South Ockendon, co. Essex), 236
-, — Henry de, 30

Colbrok, Peter, 171

Colby, John de, Knt., 272

Coleman Street Ward, William de Welde, Alderman of, 60

Colewelle, Geoffrey de, 132
-, — John de, 9
-, — — Alice, wife of, 9, 10
-, — — Thomas, son of, 9, 10

Colle, John, 61, 111
-, — William, 330, 333

Collee, Thomas de, 50

Colleye, Thomas de, the King's gauger of wines, 2

Colman, Geoffrey, 176, 333
-, — John, 333
-, — Thomas, 176, 333

Coloigne, John de, 5
-, — — Dulcia, wife of, 5

Colpeper, John, 108

Colstone, Robert de, 2

Colyer, Robert, 334

Combertone, William, 200

Common Clerks of the City:
-, Lucas, John, 169
-, Padyngtone, Henry de, 232, 304

Common Council, elected from the misteries, 3; those failing to attend on summons to be amerced, 23

Common Crier, John de Watlyngtone elected, 265

Common Pleader. See Common Serjeants.

Common Seal, Keepers of the, 334

Common Serjeants:
-, Abyndone, Nicholas de, 71
-, Acres, Adam de, 3
-, Briclesworth, Briklesworth, John de, 163, 170, 175, 176
-, Kaytone, Robert de, 242
-, Morice, Moricz, Thomas, 79, 107, 114, 115
-, Strode, Ralph, 249, 317
-, Wentebrigge, John de, 199, 230

Comptone, Walter, 107
-, — William de, 107

Compurgation at law, 73, 128

Conduit, the, Wardens of, sworn, 2; account rendered by Wardens of, 11; repairs of, id.; grant of land at Tyburn to the Mayor, &c., for a fountain-head to, 210; lease of the custody of, 223; Aldermen and Sheriffs to take water from, without cost, id.

Conesburgh, John, 252

Conestable, Laurence, 2, 45
-, — William, 116, 118

Constables, powers vested in, 198

Cony, Peter, 107

Conyngesburgh (Königsberg), 90

Conyngesburgh, Conysburgh, John (de), 157, 207

Cook, John (le), 76, 90, 172, 241
-, — Richard (le), 15, 76, 238
-, — Roger, 248
-, — Simon le, 175, 204
-, — Stephen, 207
-, — William, 48

Cooks, called in to examine questionable meat, 332–3

"Coomb," a measure, 97

Cope, Adam, 200, 239, 309

Copenhull, John, 163

Copere, John, 145

Copyn, Thomas, 61

Coquerel, Jean de, 30

Corbie, the privileges of merchants of, confirmed and enlarged, 30; arrears of ferm due from, paid to various Mayors, 245
-, See also Amiens, Nesle.

Cordewaner, Edmund, 264
-, — Gerveys le, 30
-, — Hamo le, 111

Cordwainers, mistery of, a broker sworn, 14; contribute towards a present for the King, 172

Cordwainer Street Ward, Aldermen of:
-, Aubrey, Andrew, 48
-, Dolsely, Thomas, 48

Corn, Robert, 41, 193, 252

Corn, not to be forestalled, 33, 138, 266; not to be sold by sample by merchant strangers, 33; not to be exported except to Calais, 39, 123, 125, 208; not to be sold to mer chants before it has remained three days in the market, 77; regulations for sale of, 103, 123, 149, 156, 330; pesage of, a halfpenny to go to the Mayor, 167; the same disallowed, id.; punishment for enhancing the price of, 170, 171, 261; not to be sold secretly, but in open market, 225; not to be exported, 256, 329; may be freely exported to countries at peace with England, 294; markets for, prescribed, 330

Corndone, William de, 116

Cornerth, Cornerche, Thomas, 60, 289

Cornhill Ward, Aldermen of:
-, Dolsely, Simon, 58
-, Philipot, John, 298

Cornhulle, Richard de, 36

Corn-market, on the pavement within Neugate, 170, 171, 196, 261

Corn-meter, not to be a broker, 33

Cornwaille, Benedict (de), 239, 331
-, — Henry (de), 238, 248
-, — James de, 117, 118
-, — John, 244
-, — John de, 296
-, — — Johanna, wife of, widow of John Redeford, 296
-, — Vincent de, 244

Cornwaleys, Thomas, 101, 178, 252, 259
-, — — Johanna, wife of, 101

Coroner, the, to distrain the Mayor, &c., to answer matters touching South-wark, 299; presentment thereon, 300

Coroners:
-, Hockele, William de, 296
-, St. Alban, Thomas de, 277
-, Suttone, Henry de, 118

Cortesely, Nicholas, 166

Costantyn, John, 16, 53, 68, 72, 95, 202
-, — — John, son of, 202
-, — Roger, 20

Cosyn, William, 61, 202

Coteler, Coteller, John, 64
-, — John le, de Holbourne, 51
-, — — Robert, son of, 51

Cotenham, William de, 184

Coterel, John, 50

Cotes, Thomas de, 260

Cotgrave, Codgrave, William de, 162, 165
-, — William (de), 321
-, — — Isabella, wife of, daughter of Richard de Poulesholt, 321, 322

Cotherstoke, co. Northampton, 214

Cotlond, John, 252

Cotoun, Roger, 64

Cotyngham, Richard, 235

Couen (Coven?), Robert de, 151, 200, 218

Council of 1353 in place of a Parliament, 17; its ordinances subsequently confirmed by Parliament, 17n., 20; the same members to attend a Parliament as attended the Council, 20

Counte, "Comele" de, 314

Coupere, Geoffrey, 61
-, — Robert (le), 49, 196
-, — William, 238

"Courreours," mistery of, 171

"Coursours" of Smithfield, 296

Courtay, William, 190, 191

Court-hand, regulations for writers of, 312

Courtray, John, 78, 79
-, — Simon, 129, 325
-, — — Margaret, daughter of, 129, 325n.
-, — — Marion, daughter of, 129, 325
-, — William, 189

Courtroy, Courtrey, John, 167
-, — — Alice, daughter of, 167
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, wife of John Houlet, 167
-, — — John, son of, 167
-, — — Leticia daughter of, 167
-, — William, 167

Courts Christian, the King's collectors of custom not to be cited before, 199

Coutone, Master Walter de, 107

Cove, Henry de, 18, 43, 44

Coventre, Jordan de, 30
-, — William de, 290

Craft, William, 191, 221, 286

Crafton, John de, 117

Crane, John, 117, 118
-, — Roger, 286

Cranele, John, 216

Cranesle, Richard, 234
-, — — Johanna, wife of, daughter of Henry de Markby, 234
-, — — — John, brother of, 234
-, — — — Margery, sister of, 234

Crauuford, Henry, 107

Craven, co. York, 87

Crawe, John, 116

Cray, Levyn (?) de, 182

Crayman, Peter, 251

Crede, John, 314

Credell, Credyl, William, 41, 193
-, — — Margery, daughter of, 193
-, — — Thomas, son of, 193, 194

"Crek" (Crete ?), a wine, 137

Cremelford, Geoffrey, 162

Crepelgate, John de, 14, 136
-, — — Alice, daughter of, 136
-, — — Dionisia, daughter of, 136
-, — — Katherine, wife of, afterwards wife of William Cherchegate, 136
-, — — William, son of, 136

Cressebroke, Walter, 238

Cressyngham, John (de), 59, 100, 132, 172
-, — Thomas de, 61, 252, 332

"Crete," "Creet," a wine, 4, 102

Creye, Richard, 111

Crichirche, John, 259

Cripplegate, the moor outside, 101

Croftone, 207

Crokedlane, 22

Crosseby, Gilbert de, of co. Warwick, 114, 240

Crouchewebbes, Richard atte, 172

Crouchman, Thomas, 61

Crowe, John, 309

Croydon, the vill of, 240

Croydone, Croidone, John (de), 60, 187, 191, 252
-, — John, master wine-drawer, 241
-, — Richard (de), 13, 21, 61, 97, 106, 220, 222, 240, 241, 245, 251, 254, 262, 265, 267, 276, 299, 327
-, — Thomas de, 152, 222

Crumpe, Nicholas, 244

Crus, John, 96
-, — — Johanna, wife of, daughter of Richard Mymmes, 96

Crutched Friars. See Holy Cross, Friars of.

Crymelford, Geoffrey de, 90

Culham, William, 321, 331

Culpeper, Richard, 108

Cumberlowe, John de, 10, 12

Curfew, rung at St. Martin le Grand, 3; at St. Mary le Bow, 150; no one to wander about the City after, 33; to be rung at specified places, 270–1

Curriers. See "Courreours".

Curtenhale, Richard, 80

Curteys, Henry, 55
-, — John, 76, 97, 221
-, — Richard, 59

Custom, the King's collectors of, not to be cited before Courts Christian, 199

Custom, the Small, 90, 319n.

Cutlers of London, contribute towards a present to the King, 172; to put private marks on their work, 194
-, — mistery, names of those appointed to govern the, 299

Cutpurse, a, condemned to the pillory, 264

D

Dachet, William, 126

Dalby, Alexander de, 2
-, — Walter de, 2
-, — William, 60, 133, 145

Dale, Richard, 61

Damas, Agnes, 269

Dammory, Richard, 17

Dancastre, John de, 57
-, — Richard (de), 134, 288

Daniel, Simon, 158, 163, 194

Dantre, Gilbert, 241

Darkbrok, John, 133

Darke, John, 134, 288
-, — — Agnes, wife of, 134
-, — — John, son of, 134, 288

Darletone, Richard de, 137

Daubeneye, Stephen de, 176

Dauncere, John, 116, 117

Daundelyoun, John, 259

Daunvers, Edmund, 110
-, — — Isabella, wife of, 110

Davener, Richard, 291

Daventre, John, 244
-, — Richard de, 176

Davy, Adam, 121
-, — John, 273

Dawe, Reginald, 291
-, — Richard, 200

Debelyn, Diblyn, William, 65, 278
-, See also Dybeloun.

Debts, proceedings to be observed in action for recovery of, 73

Dende, Stephen de, 241

Dene, Simon, Marshal without Aldgate, 186
-, — William, 309
-, — — Cristina, wife of, late wife of John Wylde, 309

Denesdene, parish of "Sunnynge," co. Oxford, 50

Denmede, John, 207

Denneye, Denny, Geoffrey, 98, 191, 215, 332
-, — — Cecilia wife of, 98
-, — Hugh, 190, 191

Denocker, Gosewyn van, 182

Depham, John de, 50
-, — Richard de, 83, 86
-, — Roger de, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 10, 15, 18, 19, 21, 22–3, 24, 25, 26, 32, 35, 36, 37, 40, 51, 52, 53, 56, 58, 63, 68, 69, 71, 76, 79, 82, 84, 91, 94, 96, 99, 110, 132, 197, 210, 292
-, — Thomas de, 265

Depynge, John (de), 115, 116, 207, 314

Derby, Henry, 252
-, — William de, 60

Derham, John (de), 120, 157
-, — — Agnes, daughter of, 120
-, — — Cecilia, wife of, 157
-, — — Johanna, dau of, 120, 157
-, — — John, son of, 120
-, — — Juliana, dau of, 120, 157

Derlynge, Simon, 239

Despenser, Agnes la, a nun of Clerkenwell, 11
-, — Hugh le, the younger, 324

Deveneshire, John, 137
-, — — Edith, wife of, 137
-, — William de, 35, 110
-, — — Adam, son of, 110
-, — — Robert, son of, 35

Devenisshe, John, 40, 41, 193, 200, 202
-, — Walter, 244

Deynes, Edmund, 270
-, — — Thomas, son of, 270
-, — John, 60, 62

Diblyn. See Debelyn, Dybeloun.

Dice, playing with, forbidden, 274, 303

Dighere, Richard, 172

Dik, William, 59

Dittone, Geoffrey de, 182
-, — William, 314

Doder, William, 160, 171, 175, 284

"Dodyngtre," co. Worc., 87

Doget, Walter, 27, 164, 204, 268
-, — — Alice, wife of, 27
-, — William, 165
-, — — John, son of, 165
-, — — William, son of, 165

Dolf, Peter, 314

Dolsaly, Dolsely, Simon, 3, 7, 18, 23, 24, 26, 51, 53, 56, 58, 71, 76, 106, 112, 113, 114, 115, 119, 120, 132, 157, 245
-, — — Johanna, wife of, afterwards wife of John Litle, 245
-, — Thomas, 11, 20, 48, 51, 54, 58, 68, 69, 71, 76, 81, 83, 84, 87, 89, 90, 94, 113, 115, 116, 135, 151, 219
-, — — elected M.P. for the City, 94

Dolwyche, John, 100, 101
-, — — Isabella, wife of, 100

Don, Ralph, 21

Donat, John, 92, 242, 313, 315
-, — Nicholas, 306, 315
-, — — Elizabeth, wife of, afterwards wife of Nicholas Holbourne, 306
-, — — Margaret, daughter of, 306, 315

Donemowe, Simon, 272

Dony (Dovy ?), John, 276, 306; gauger of wine and oil in the Port of London, 277

Donyngtone, Roger de, 106

Dorset, Richard, 240

Double, Ralph, 167, 191, 222, 224
-, — William, 56
-, — — Stephen, son of, 56

"Double Feast," 64n.

Doune, manor of, 273

Douvedale, Henry, 51
-, — — Matilda, wife of, 51

Dover, a letter of procuration from, 25

Dovy (Dony?), John, 276, 306; gauger of wine and oil in the Port of London, 277

Dower in the Husting, 9–10; a widow's claim to, 264, 285–6

Dowgate, port of, to be cleansed, 192; tolls to be levied for the purpose, 206

Draper, Hervey, 276
-, — Philip, 172, 298
-, — — Isabella, daughter of, 298
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, 298
-, — — Johanna, wife of, afterwards wife of Thomas de Bermyngham, 298
-, — Walter, 32

Drapers of London, charter to the, 167, 168; contribute towards a present for the King, 172, 173
-, — surveyors of, elected, 184

Drax, Richard de, 25

Draycote, William de, 154

Draytone, John de, 40–1, 53, 60, 93, 97, 261

Draytone, William de, 57, 59, 99, 253

Dreu, Benedict, 241

Driffeld, Simon, 244

Drokenisford, Thomas de, 9
-, — — Emma, wife of, widow of Richard de Enefeld, 9

Dublin, citizens of, to be quit of toll, 267

Duddelee, Richard de, 13
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, 13
-, — — Johanna, wife of, afterwards wife of Ralph de Beseville, 13

Duke, Thomas, 325

Dumbulle, William, 214
-, — — Elizabeth, daughter of, 214
-, — — John, son of, 214

Dunheved, Master John, admitted to practise surgery, 236

Dunmowe, Peter, 205
-, — William (de), 201, 214, 240

Dunstaple, John de, 59

Dunstere, John, 55

Dunynge, William, 272

Durem, Thomas de, 8

Durham, bishopric of, 87

Dybeloun, William, 100. See also Diblyn.

Dyche, Richard, 61

Dycoun, Richard, 192, 217

Dyer, Philip, 133

Dyers, appoint a measurer of woad, 6–7; their wages regulated, 14; ordi nances regulating, 140; surveyors appointed to see their ordinances observed, 293; complaints against, 293, 295

Dyk, Richard, 32

Dykeman, William, 60, 97, 172, 220, 227, 231, 276, 304

Dymnel, Dympnel, Henry, 229, 265
-, — William, 171

Dyne, John, 15–16
-, — Nicholas, of Florence, 314

Dyngelee, John de, 88, 89
-, — — Beatrix, wife of, widow of Alan Gille, 88, 89

Dyngelfeld, John, 50

E

Ebor', Thomas de, 59. See also York.

Eccles, Peter de, exempted from sitting on juries, &c., owing to his age, 256

Ede, Michael, de Cornewaille, 230

Edelmetone, John de, 65

Edenosore, Robert de, 216

Edmond, Edmund, Hugh, 207
-, — John, 18, 44, 45, 238

Edmond, Edmund, John, de Esthamme, condemned to the pillory for fraudulent sale of oats, 212

Edolph, Stephen, 105, 113, 157

Edward I., his charter to merchant vintners of Aquitaine touching the manner of gauging wine, 56; his charter to burgesses of Maldon, co. Essex, 94

Edward III., writs forbidding the keeping of an exchange except by those specially appointed, 5, 40, 65, 112, 196; forbidding jousts and tournaments, 7; for Parliamentary elections, 11, 20, 46, 81–2, 94, 119, 122, 140, 155, 182, 205, 222; charters confirming the franchises of the City, notwithstanding the Statute made at York granting free trade to foreigners, 15; touching the City's Serjeants and their maces, 22n.; to the wardens and canons of the chapel of Windsor, 33; to the burgesses of Bedford, 35; let ters of protection, &c., for Francis Spynola, the King's debtor, 41, 42; writ forbidding persons to leave the realm, 40; writ withdrawn, 42; writs on behalf of butchers of the Shambles, 43; an armed force sent by the City in aid of his war with France, 43–4, writ to inquire as to liability of a Florentine merchant to contribute to the war and return thereto, 46–7; his charter to Wilton, 47–8; writ to show cause why a merchant stranger should not be discharged from contributing to the war, 54; return thereto, id.; con firms charter of Edward I. to merchant vintners of Aquitaine touching the manner of gauging wine, 56; writs touching the building of two "flunes" for the war, 57; to hasten dispatch of armed force, 64; forbidding any man-at-arms, &c., to quit the kingdom without leave, 65, 105; the Great Seals used by, 66n.; his letters patent to the Giidlers, 66; writs touching the destruction of false girdles, 67–8, 69, 70; writ not to molest the subjects of Philip of Navarre, 69; names of brewers appointed by the Mayor to serve the King with ale, 76; recovers his crown, which had been pledged, 77; writ to the Mayor as his Escheator, and return thereto, 77–8; writs forbidding the exportation of victuals except to Bordeaux and Calais, 82, 83; touching a fresh force against the Prior of St. Bartholomew, 83–4, 86; petition by the City to, for relief, 85–6; writ for Lombard merchants to attend the Council, 91, his charter to burgesses of Maldon, co. Essex, 94; no one to bear letters prejudicial to the Crown, 97; crosses over to France, 108, writ for putting the City in array, 113; his first charter to the City recited, 120–1; grants licences to keep an Exchange, 121; writ for the due observance of the peace with France, 123; confirms the chartered rights of the citizens of Norwich, 125; his charter exempting the citizens from prisage of victuals coming to the City, 127; writ in favour of Walter de Bedewynd, Treasurer of St. Peter's, York, 129; confirms to foreign cloth-workers exemption from membership of the Weavers' Guild, 130; his charter to the Goldsmiths, 146; writs for the preservation of the peace in the City, 154; for the encouragement of archery, 154, 194; for suppression of usury, 160; confirms privileges of the Tailors and Linen armourers, 161; his charters to the Drapers of London, 167, 168; to the Vintners, 169; to the Fishmongers, 174; a City gift to, 171; writ to allow foreign vintners to sell wine according to ordinance, 177; writs forbidding the exportation of corn, 182; forbidding the introduction of Papal Bulls, id.; writ for certain persons to be returned to Parliament, id.; petition to, for restitution of City franchises, 185; particulars of such franchises, 187; writs for enforcing the terms of charters of the Weavers, 194; forbidding exportation of money and plate without licence, 196; for suppressing the business of unlawful exchange in the City, id.; his charter to the Prior of Christchurch, Canterbury, 199; writ for distraint of knighthood, 205; return thereto, 206; writs forbidding the sending of cattle, victuals, &c., to Scotland, 215; forbidding Scottish coin as currency, 219, 285, 305; to allow Barons of the Cinque Ports to pass quit of toll, 227; his charter to Queenborough, 228; writ to proclaim the grant of two Fairs to the burgesses of Queenborough, id.; takes the Bardi under his protection, 231–2; writs of certiorari touching proceedings against Nicholas Sarduche, 236, 237; returns thereto, 237; to bring up proceedings in error, 237–8; return thereto, 238; his charter forbidding the Constable of the Tower to take prises of victuals coming to the City, 239; writ not to molest hostages of King John of France, 242, writ for protection of Flemish and Lombard merchants, 245; resumes the title of King of France, 246; writ for proclamation of truce with Scotland, id.; writs for the removal of "Bochersbrigge," 246, 249; to proclaim stat. 43 Edward III. abolishing the Staple at Calais, 248; forbidding the sale of cloth until sealed and duty paid, 254; for election of four citizens to attend a Council touching protection of merchant ships at sea, 255; forbidding exportation of arms, &c., 256; for election of four citizens to attend a Council for measures of defence against France, id.; forbidding the taking of toll from citizens of Lincoln, 258, writ to abate nuisance caused by butchers, 262; desires a City loan, 263; writ forbidding any one to attend elections of Mayor and Sheriffs unless summoned, 265–6; repayment of a loan of £5,000 to, 266; writ ordering a search to be made in the City for Papal Bulls, &c., 272; particulars of money advanced by divers citizens as a loan to, 275–6; the same to be repaid by custom on wool in Port of London, id.; writs for proclamation of a peace with Genoa, 277; against wine being sold unless gauged, 277–8; desires members of the various misteries to meet him at Guildford, 280; a sum of £50,000 to be levied on parishes for the use of, 280, 284; makes the civic authorities swear to preserve the peace of the City, 281; comes to terms with Louis, Count of Flanders, 282; orders the arrest of exiled Flemings as a measure of retaliation, 286; writs for appointment of collectors of subsidy of tunnage and poundage, 289; not to molest Portuguese merchants, 290, 327; permitting the free exportation of grain and forbidding exportation of wine, 294; writ to the Coroner to distrain the Mayor, &c., to answer matters touching Southwark, 299; presentment thereon, 300; writ for the Mayor and Sheriffs to appear and answer for the City's quota of a subsidy, id.; takes a Lombard under his protection, 302; writs for the City to build barges for the defence of the realm, id.; the City's quota of subsidy of £50,000, 305, 332; writs for removal of Roger atte Basket from assizes, &c., if over age, 310; for the arrest of deserters from the Duke of Lancaster's army in Aquitaine, 319; forbidding exportation of corn, 329; for a City loan to be raised among the wealthier citizens, 330–1

Edward, Prince of Wales, writes to the Mayor, &c., announcing his victory at Poitiers, 71; City gift to, on his return from Gascony, 275; particulars of plate presented by the City to, 283; arrears due from the several Wards for gift to, 331

Edyche, Richard, 185

Eels, a measure of, appointed by Stockfishmongers, 319

Eglyn, Egelyn, Peter, 255, 329

Ekkleshale, Robert, 107

Eldfishstrete, fish for sale to be brought to, 123

Elections of Mayor and Sheriffs, no one to attend, unless summoned, 265

Elegit, proceedings by writ of, 238

Elias, John, 131

Elmbrigge, Walter de, 151

Elmet, co. Leicester, 87

Elsham, Adam, 220

Elsing Spital, John de Wyndelesore, Prior of, 16

Elsynge, Jordan de, 18, 44
-, — Robert de, 18, 44, 238
-, — — Thomas, son of, 18, 238
-, — Thomas, 306

Eltham, writ dated from, 292

Ely, Bishop of. See Longchamp, William de.

Elyngham, John, 205

Elys, John, 241

Enefeld, Enfeld, John de, chandler, 51, 76, 113, 129, 164
-, — — Elizabeth, daughter of, wife of Robert de Burle, 113
-, — — — Margaret, mother of, 113, 164

Enefeld, Enfeld, Thomas, son of John, 164
-, — John de, pepperer, 262
-, — — Imanya, wife of, afterwards wife of Richard de Northbury, 262

Engelfeld, Philip de, Knt., 50

English language to be used in pleading, 73

Englysshe, John, 145

Engrossers, stat. 37 Edward III. [A.D. 1363] cap. v. forbidding the engrossing of all manner of merchandise so as to enhance the price, 159, 186

Enrolments, fees received by the Chamberlain for, 199, 218, 233, 251, 267

Erhythe. See "Herhethe."

Ermelyn, Thomas, 299

"Escawangers" to cause the streets to be cleansed, 208. See also "Scawageours."

Escheator. See King's Escheator.

"Esquiller," 107n.

Essex, John, 147, 221
-, — Richard de, 118
-, — Thomas, 215
-, — Thomas, 320
-, — — Johanna, wife of, daughter of Walter de Harewedone, 320
-, — William (de), 18, 44, 59, 114, 125, 132, 161, 162, 191, 205, 240, 247, 267, 273, 281, 304, 316, 331
-, — — elected M.P. for the City, 82, 94, 275

Estchepe, butchers of, to sell their meat at prices prescribed, 139; surveyors of, sworn, 174, 208; to be allowed to slaughter beasts in the City, notwithstanding ordinance to the contrary, 288

Estone, Thomas (de), 237, 238

"Estwatergate," la, at Castle Baynard, 99

Estwode, John de, 118

Estwyk, Thomas, 321
-, — William, 250
-, — — Katherine, wife of, widow of Henry Passelewe, 250

"Etegroue," "Hedecroue," Robert, 172
-, — Walter, 46, 132, 164
-, — — Johanna, wife of, 164

Evenynge, Ralph, 252

Everard, Michael, de Frennyngham, co. Kent, 9
-, — Thomas, 273

Everdone, Richard de, 116
-, — Robert de, 134

Evere, Evre, Richard de, 1, 61, 76, 133, 260, 261
-, — — Margery, wife of, daughter of John de Pountfreyt, senior, 260
-, — — William, son of, 261

Everyngham, John, 317

"Evynchepynge," on Cornhill, forbidden after sunset, 248

Ewery, Roger (del), 178

Eweyn, Walter, 189. See also Iweyn.

Excestre, Roger, 143
-, — William, 259

Exchange, to be conducted by the King's officers and by no others, 5, 40, 65, 112, 121, 196
-, See also King's Exchange.

Exchanges in the City, the number increased, 219; to be located in Bucklersbury, 220

Exchequer, Barons of, admit a Sheriffelect to office although not in attendance, 253

Exeter, city of, a letter of procuration from, 25

Exham, Henry, 37

Extone, Nicholas, 154, 186, 190, 191, 221, 222
-, — — elected M.P. for the City, 241

Exwyk, Oxewyk, John, 249

Eydone, Thomas, 258

Eynesham, Adam, 110
-, — William (de), 132, 153, 175, 201, 204, 217, 229, 230, 263, 285, 315, 318, 320, 321, 326, 331, 333
-, — — elected Chamberlain loco John de Cauntebrigge, 326

Eyngham, Robert de, 230

F

Fabe, John, 32
-, — William, 19
-, — — John, son of, 19

"Fagat," "Fagot," price to be paid for a hundred of, 149, 150

Fair of St. Bartholomew, 310

Fairford, Walter, Rector of St. Leonard, St. Vedast Lane, 269

Fairher, John, 167, 191

Fairs held at Queenborough, 228

Fait, Gregory de, 313, 314

Falcons shipped to England, 90

Falk, Falcoun, Janin, de Luca, 151
-, — — John, son of, 151

Fanelore, Peter, 67

Fant, Faunt, Salamon, 61, 252, 331
-, — Thomas, 117, 172, 193, 223, 257, 279

Farndone Ward, John de Chichestre elected Alderman of, loco Richard Lacier, resigned, 94

Farndone Ward Without, collectors of assessment for, convicted of fraud, 62–3

Farriers, their charges prescribed, 303

Farriers, mistery of, their ordinances, 78, 82, 150, 170; surveyors sworn, 78; certain members of, convicted of false work, 82

Farringdon Ward. See Farndone.

Faryndon, Roger de, Rector of church of St. Margaret, Lothbury, 131

Fastolf, Nicholas, 272
-, — — John, son of, 272

Fauconer, Tideman, de Conyngesburgh (Königsberg), 90

Faversham (co. Kent), goods shipped at, 76

Fayrman, John, 50

Felix, Henry, 244

Felons' goods, to be devoted to the relief of aids, 98; granted by charter to the City, 120

Feltham, the church of, granted to St. Giles's Hospital, 29

Ferant, Feraunt, John, 273, 324

Ferby, Simon, 104

Ferers, Reginald de, the King's Serjeant-at-arms, 77

Fernham, Adam, Keeper of Neugate gaol, 296

Ferour, Ferur, John, 241
-, — Richard, 51, 121

Fetiz, William, 25
-, — — Beatrix, wife of, 25

Feveresham, Henry de, 138
-, — John, master wine-drawer, 241

Fifhide, John. See Fyfhide.

Figo, Peter, 201
-, — — Elena, wife of, 201

Finsbury Moor, 322, 324; let to ferm, 101

Fish, regulations for sale of, 123, 139; hucksters of, to sell their fish as they pass through the street, 123, 139; a woman condemned to "le thewe" for selling bad, 297

Fishmongers, cause disturbances in the City, 127–8, 185–6; of the Halmote not to meddle with other business, contrary to the statute, 168, 169
-, — mistery of, 172, 173; charter to, 174; ordinances of, 245

Fisshe, William, 319

Fitzheldene, William, 333

Fitz Hubert, Roger, 29

Fitz Johan, Robert le, 30
-, — William, 243

Fitz John, Edmund, 229

Fitz Nicole, Philip, 90
-, — Waryn, 30

Fitz Piers, Joce le, 30

Fitz Willem, Henry le, 30

Flanders, Louis, Count of, comes to terms with England, 282; the peace renewed, 292
-, — exiles from, to be arrested by way of retaliation, 286
-, — merchants of, not to be molested, 42, 109, 112, 245, 282, 295
-, — weavers of, 157, 175, 204, 208, 214, 235, 251, 255, 302, 317, 329

Flaoun, John, 7, 26, 46, 82, 90

Flaun, John, 131
-, — — Katherine, wife of, 131

Flecchere, John, 81

"Flecchers," mistery of, separated from mistery of Bowyers, 279

Flemings, who had taken refuge in England, not to be molested, 42, 109, 112; not to carry arms, 150–1

Flemyng, John, 207

Fletbrigge, Richard de, 290
-, — William de, 174

Fletchers. See "Flecchers."

Flete, the river, butchers allowed to clean entrails, &c., at a place near, 31, 32, 43

Flete ditch, writ for the erection of a support to the King's bridge over, 65; inquisition thereon, id.

Flete prison, 31, 155; obstruction of ditch surrounding, 49; inquisition thereon, 49–50

Flete-strete, Ward of, 2–3

Flour', Anne, 165

"Flunes" or "Floynes" furnished by the City, 57, 61, 76

Flynt, Walter, 6, 114, 236, 240

Folevyle, Laurence, 172

Folham. See Fulham.

Forbessur, Richard, 133

Foreigners, their liability to contribute in and of the war with France, 46–7; privileges enjoyed by, contrary to the franchise of the City, 86, 187
-, See also Merchant strangers.

Foreland of Thanet, 264

Forestallers, search to be made for, 122

Forestalling, writ forbidding, 266

Forester, Forster, Henry, 156
-, — John, 116, 133
-, — Walter, 46, 51, 54, 58, 65, 66, 72, 75, 80, 90, 110, 114, 132, 156, 169, 170, 174, 193, 203, 211, 212, 213, 220, 236, 245, 248, 251, 254, 262, 267, 269, 281, 289, 299, 307, 308, 315, 316

Forester, Forster, Walter, his wife Agnes, afterwards wife of Adam de St. Ive, 213
-, — — Alderman of Broad Street Ward, dies, 322
-, — William, 119

Forsham, Roger de, 42, 43
-, — — Alice, wife of, 42, 43

Founders, mistery of the, ordinances of, 194–5; surveyors sworn, 195

Foundour, Robert, 2, 11, 147
-, — — Emmota, daughter of, 147

Fourneux, Forneus, Furneux, John, brother of Robert, 215
-, — — Margaret, dau. of, wife of William Lambyn de Bromlegh, 215
-, — Robert, brother of John, 61, 62, 135, 156, 63, 164, 215
-, — — Alice, daughter of, wife of Robert, son of Giles Pykeman, 156, 163, 164, 215
-, — — Johanna, wife of, afterwards wife of Andrew Pykeman, 135, 163
-, — Thomas, 162
-, — William, 190, 191

Fourneux, otherwise Spencer, William, 183, 184, 186
-, — — Margaret, wife of, 183, 184

Fourneys, Thomas, 254

Foxcote, John de, 201
-, — — Margaret, wife of, 201

Foxtone, John de, 91, 328
-, — — Johanna, wife of, 328
-, — — William, brother of, 91

France, Edward III. resumes the title of King of, 246
-, — Charles V., King of, grants freedom of trade to English merchants, 190
-, — John, King of, made prisoner, 70–1; his ransom, 173; his hostages not to be molested, 242
-, — the war with, a truce proclaimed, 5, 21, 24, 84, 93, 96; the City sends a force in aid of, 43–4; the liability of a foreigner to contribute in aid of, 46–7; the City to be put in array, 49, 113; assessment for repair of vessels in aid of, 61–2; writ to hasten dispatch of armed force, 64; the King sets out, 108; Frenchmen ordered to leave England, 109; merchants to bring victuals to Sandwich for the use of the army, 111; a threatened invasion of England, 113, peace signed at Bretigni, 123; armed men and archers sent by the City for the defence of Calais, 243–5, councils held to consider measures, 255, 256; the Duke of Lancaster sets sail, 263; the enemy's fleet appears off the Foreland of Thanet, 264; archers to assemble at "Horseydoune," 294; a force to hasten to the defence of Sandwich, 295; barges furnished by the City for the defence of the realm, 302–3, 304

Francisse. See Fraunceys.

Frankeleyn, John, 217

Fraunceys, Adam, 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 19, 21, 22, 24, 26, 27, 31, 32, 35, 36, 38, 39, 40, 44–5, 46, 47, 50, 51, 52, 53, 55, 56, 58, 67, 68, 71, 76, 82, 89, 95, 106, 115, 116, 130, 132, 135, 146, 151, 169, 174, 183, 185, 190, 193, 202, 203, 205, 210, 211, 215, 216, 221, 222, 232, 240, 242, 245, 251, 254, 255, 260, 262, 263, 266, 267, 275, 276, 281, 284, 287, 289, 293, 298, 299, 315, 316, 321
-, — — elected M.P. for the City, 182, 205
-, — — appointed collector of custom in the Port of London, 232; appointed Commissioner to raise the City's quota of £50,000 granted to the King, 284
-, — Henry, 169
-, — — Petronilla, wife of, 169
-, — John, 201, 249
-, — — Emma, wife of, 249, 250
-, — Octavian, merchant of Florence, 46, 47, 54
-, — Robert, 116, 269
-, — Simon, 3, 18, 22, 25, 31, 35, 43, 45, 48, 49, 51, 52, 53, 56, 58, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 71, 95, 110, 273
-, — — Thomas, son of, 273
-, — Thomas, 273
-, — — Alice, wife of, 273
-, — William, 188, 253

Fraunkleyn, Thomas, 306

Free, Robert, 332

Freedom of the City. See City Franchises.

Freeholds in the City devised like chattels, 88

Freemen of the City not to implead one another outside the City, 129; not to sell by retail things which do not belong to their particular mistery, 179, 187; allowed freedom of trade, 203–4

Freman, Richard, 125

Fremele, John, 253

Frensche, Frensshe, John, 207, 332

Frenyngham, William, 244

Frere, John, 245
-, — Thomas, 59, 222

Freshforce, assize of, 83, 86, 108

Fresh-wharf, parish of St. Botolph, 221

Frestlynge, Bartholomew (de), 3, 18, 23, 25, 51, 58, 68, 72, 94, 95, 97, 113, 114, 115, 122, 132, 174, 190, 191, 192, 203, 213, 220, 222, 232, 236, 241, 251, 254, 262, 267, 275, 280, 281, 282, 284, 287, 298, 299, 315, 316, 323, 324, 327, 334
-, — — elected M.P. for the City, 222, 275; appointed Commissioner to raise the City's quota of £50,000 granted to the King by Parliament, 284

Freynshe, William, 243

Friars Minors, church of the, 171

Friday Street, 37, 217; a tanners' seld in, belonging to Adam Lovekyn, 260

Frithebek, Thomas, 59, 70

Fromond, William, 59

Frost, John, junior, 116

Frowyk, Henry, 67
-, — Thomas, 128

Fryday, Richard, 227
-, — — Margery, wife of, daughter of John Terry, 227
-, — William, 291

Fulham, Geoffrey de, 185
-, — John, 163
-, — William (de), 185, 190, 191

Fullechier, John, 106

Fuller, John, 244
-, — Ralph le, 111

Fullers, their wages regulated, 14; not to sell cloth before the King's ducs are paid, 36; need not examine cloth already examined by purchaser, 256
-, — mistery of, ordinances of the, 159–60; surveyors of, elected, 184

Fulsham, Benedict de, 131

Funderlynde, Lambert, 104

Furneux. See Fourneux.

Furneys, John, 162
-, — William, 120

Furs, ordinance as to sale of old, 174; skinners fined for false, 200; false, confiscated, 274

Fusters, mistery of, 290

Fyfhide, John, 132, 256, 267, 276, 281, 324, 327
-, — — elected Sheriff, 311

Fyfhide, John, elected Alderman of Bassishaw Ward, 323

Fykeldene, Peter de, 155
-, — William de, 155

Fynche, John, de Batericheseye, 192

Fynesbury, Prebendary of, rent due to the, 101

Fyshe, Fysshe, John, 176, 239, 252, 286
-, — — Isabella, wife of, daughter of Geoffrey Bonere, 239, 240, 286

G

Gabriel, William, 117

Galeys, Henry, 97, 333

Gandre, Thomas, 38, 81, 185, 293, 332

Gaol-delivery, the Mayor for the time being to be nominated on every commission for, 120

Gardiner, Peter, 244

Gardyner, Thomas (le), 116, 117, 206

Garland, Richard, 273

Garsoun, Robert, 84

Gartone, John de, 129, 165

Gascony, wine of, regulations for sale, 4, 129–30, 138, 149, 222; convoy for wine fleet, 14; to be imported only to England, 52; not to be in the same cellar as Rhenish, 272
-, — armourers forbidden to cross to, 44; vintners of, allowed to buy cloth and fish for exportation, 169

Gatesby, William de, 249

Gatyn, Thomas, 22, 60, 76

Gauging of wine, office of, 5, 56, 277.
-, See also Wine-gaugers.

Gaunt, John de, 117
-, — Roger, 244

Gaytone, Kaytone, John de, 69, 108
-, — — elected Serjeant of the Chamber, 24

Geddyngge, John, 309

Geet, Andrew, 244

"Geld," to be in, 20

Geldeford, John, 171

Genoa, merchants of, taken under the King's protection, 277
-, — Duke of, a peace made with, 277

Gentil, Simon, 166, 224
-, — Thomas, 166, 224
-, — — Alice, wife of, 166
-, — — Nicholas, son of, 166, 224
-, — — Robert, son of, 166, 224
-, — — Sampson, son of, 166

George, Bernard, 314

Gerard, Henry, 206
-, — John, 133
-, — Michael, 135
-, — William, 253

Gerberge, Ralph, Knt., 272

Gernoun, William, 21

Gerveys, Richard, 116
-, — Thomas, 175

"Gildedaies," "Geldedayes," 180

Gille, Gylle, Gyle, Adam, 208
-, — Alan, 40, 88, 89
-, — — Beatrix, wife of, afterwards wife of John de Dyngelee, 88
-, — John, 55, 184, 252, 270, 284, 316
-, — Robert, 126, 166, 224, 307

Gillyng, Richard, 135

Girdeler, Gyrdelere, Gurdelere, Gilbert le, 242
-, — Martin le, 4
-, — Robert, 76, 172, 276; elected Sheriff, 232; admitted and sworn, 233

Girdlers, mistery of, confirmation of letters patent to the, 66; ordinances of the, id.; dispute with the Saddlers, 67, 70; Wardens of, 163, 207; contribute towards a present for the King, 172; masters elected, 290

Girdles falsely made to be burnt, 66; order respited, 67; former order to be carried out, 69

Gisors, Gysors, Anketin, 3
-, — — Johanna, wife of, afterwards wife of Adam de Acres, Common Serjeant, 3
-, — John de, 101
-, — Thomas, 222, 286, 320

Glaston, Eustace de, a King's officer in the Tower, 308, 309

Glaswryghte, Thomas le, 49

Glaziers, mistery of, Wardens appointed, 227, 309

Gledesey, William, 327

Glendale, John, 151
-, — William, 119, 158

Glendone, Adam de, 292
-, — — Walter, son of, 292

Gloucester, city of, letter of procuration from, 25

Gloucestre, Henry de, 44
-, — John de, 8, 23, 50, 53, 120, 124, 125, 140
-, — — John, son of, 120, 124, 125, 140
-, — Thomas de, 38
-, — William de, 38, 41

Glovere, William, 63
-, — — Alice, daughter of, 63
-, — — Valentina, daughter of, 63

Glovers of London contribute towards a gift to the King, 172

Godchepe, Henry, 51, 62, 63, 76, 220, 228, 320, 334

Godchild, Richard, 252

Godessone, Nicholas, 185

Godestone, Simon de, 59

Godewyn, Godwyne, Richard, 184
-, — Robert, 9, 96, 223
-, — — Alice, wife of, daughter of John Broun, 96
-, — Stephen, 32

Godhewe William, 296, 302

Godright, William, 147

Godryche, William, 105, 119

Godyn, Andrew, 82
-, — — Henry, son of, 82
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, 82
-, — — Ralph, son of, 82

Gold, not to be exported, 256

Goldesburgh, William de, 214
-, — — John, son of, 214
-, — — Juliana, wife of, 214

Goldsmiths of London, charter of Edward III. to, 146; contribute towards a present for the King, 172

Gonwardeby, Gunwardby, John de, 13, 37, 59, 145

Goodchilde, Gilbert, 211

Goryng, William, 157, 255, 317

Gosegrave, John, 107

Gosselyn, Goscelyne, Edward, 298
-, — — Agnes, daughter of, 298
-, — — Alice, wife of, afterwards wife of Robert Bathele, 298
-, — — Isabella, daughter of, 298
-, — Simon, de Ereswelle, 273
-, — — Richard, son of, 273

Gouche, John, 314

"Goute," Laurence the, 251

Grace, Richard, 26, 90

Gracechurch, the pavement at, used for a corn-market, 33, 103, 173, 212, 330

Gracechurch Street, 133

"Gracedieu," la, the King's ship, 297

Graftone, John (de), 118, 172

Graftone, West (co. Wilts), 207

Grandone, Henry, 244

Grantham, Adam de, 2
-, — — Alice, daughter of, 2
-, — — Isabella, daughter of, 2
-, — John de, 13, 37, 137
-, — — Thomas, son of, 13, 37, 137
-, — Thomas, 172
-, — Thomas de, 264
-, — — Elizabeth, wife of, 264
-, — — Elizabeth, daughter of, wife of William Porneys (Porveys ?), 264

Grascherche. See Gracechurch.

Grauntcourt, Andrew, 70, 126

Graveneye, John (de), 125, 140, 192

Gravesend, boats to and from, to charge and discharge at Botolph's quay, 225

Gravesende, Graveshende, John, 153, 253

Great Chesterford (co. Essex), Matthew de Torkeseye, Rector of, 76

Great Hardres (co. Kent), William Knyth, Rector of, 220

Gregori, Walter, 107

Grendone, William, 242

Grene, Henry (de), 1, 18, 45, 71, 93, 121, 145, 156, 181, 186, 234, 267
-, — Simon, 273

Greylond, Richard, 34

"Greyn de Paris," 210

Greyngham, Grenyngham, William de, Serjeant of the Chamber, 6, 38, 44, 58, 106, 114, 122, 127, 131, 163, 229, 295

Greystoke, Richard, 259

Grigge, Alan, 238

Grindstones, shipped to Harfleur, 34

Grisle, John, of Amiens, 233

Grocers, "Grossers," of London, contribute towards a present for the King, 171, 172, 173; ordinances of, 208–10; brokers elected and sworn, 113, 235
-, — of Bucklersbury, 204
-, — of Chepe, 204
-, — of the Ropery, 172, 204
-, — of Soper's Lane, 204

Grocery, to be sold by the Guildhall weight, 300

Grome, Groom, Richard, 6, 253

"Grusekyn," or "Crusekyn," 124

Gruttere, John le, 131

Grymbald, Philip, 204

Grymmesby, Adam de, 137

Grynmaude, Philip, 208

Guascoin, Turel, 81

Gubbe, William, 59

Guidonis, Bartholomew, de Castilon, of Florence, 93, 96–7; appointed money-changer by the King, 112, 121. See also Castilioun.

Guildhall, the, Common Council sit in the outer Chamber of, 3; standard measures at, 4; tablet of names of offenders set up in, 23, 62, 63; weights and measures to be sealed with the seal of, 138

Guildhall Chamber. See Chamber.

Guildhall Chapel, William de Bramptone, chaplain in the, 67

Guildhall weights of 15 oz. to the pound, 300

Guillelmi, Panino, 5

Guillim or William, Nicholas, of Luca, 130
-, — — John, son of, 130

Guldeford (Guildford), writs dated from, 231, 232

Guldeford, John de, 158, 161
-, — — Thomas, son of, 158, 161
-, — Robert, 59, 134, 135, 155, 235
-, — — Henry, son of, 135, 155, 235
-, — — Roesia, daughter of, 134
-, — Thomas de, 53

Guppey, Robert, 234

Gurdelere. See Girdeler.

Guychard, John, 210

Gyle, Gylle. See Gille.

Gyles, John, 222

Gyllynge Richard, 217

Gylot, Baldewyn, 204

Gyngyvere, Agnes, 269

Gyno, Ralph, 34

H

Haberdashers, mistery of, ordinances approved, 283; names of those sworn to govern, id.

Hadele, Hadeley, John, 242, 276, 281, 316, 325
-, — — elected M.P. for the City, 241

Hadenham, John de, 61

Hak, Robert, 287

Hakeneye, Hakenay, Agnes, 141
-, — Michael de, 214, 221
-, — Richard (de), 128, 141

Haket, Adam, 219

Hakford, John de, 116, 176

Hakkyngge, Geoffrey de, 107

Haldene, William de, 122, 147, 153, 165, 168, 193, 203, 205, 211, 213, 215, 216, 220, 221, 223, 230, 232, 234, 236, 240, 242, 250, 251, 254, 260, 261, 262, 265, 267, 269, 275, 281, 287, 297–8, 299, 301, 315, 316, 320, 324, 326, 327, 329
-, — sworn Alderman of Tower Ward, 193
-, — sworn into office of Recorder, 193

Hale, Thomas de la, 6

Hales, Robert (de), Prior of St. John of Jerusalem, 322, 325

Halfmark, John, 230

Half Prime (aemy prime), 103

Halford, William, 41

Haliwell, Elena, Prioress of the House of, 152, 153

"Halmote," fishmongers of the, not to meddle with other business, contrary to the statute, 168, 169

"Halshire," co. Worc., 87

Halsted, Ralph, 276
-, — Richard, 184, 223, 284

Halughtone, Thomas de, 258

Halyday, John, 200

Hamertone, John, 321

Hamond, John, 3
-, — Robert, 18, 36
-, — — Thomas, son of, 18
-, — William, 207

Hamptone, town of, 34

Hamptone, Walter de, 21
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, 21

Hanampstede, William de, 7, 12, 59, 97
-, — — Agnes, wife of, 7, 12
-, — — Isabella, daughter of, 7
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, 7
-, — — John, son of, 7
-, — — Katherine, daughter of, 7
-, — — Thomas, son of, 7
-, — — William, son of, 7, 11

Hanekyn, John, 190, 191

Hanel. See Havel.

Hanewode, John de, 50

Hanneye, John, 161, 313

Hanslape, John, 118

"Harang seym," 209

Harboniers, William de, 233

Harcourt, William, 207

Hardyngham, John de, 60, 119, 125

Hardyngstone, Richard de, 118

Hare, Adam, 273

Harewardestoke, Herwardestoke, John, 46, 60, 80, 172

Harewe, Richard de, 100

Harewedone, Harwedone, Walter de, 228, 320
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, wife of Thomas Esser, 228, 320
-, — William de, 172, 220, 228, 320

Harewell, John de, 144, 145
-, — William, 286–7

Harewold, Harwold, Thomas (de), 17

"Harflet," "Harflete" (Harfleur), 34

Harpedene, William de, 50

Harpesfeld, John de, 36, 54, 55
-, — Nicholas, 60

Haryngeye, Harengeye, Edmund, 63
-, — Robert de, 6
-, — — Robert, son of, 6

"Hasardours," ordinance for punishing, 206

Hascoumbe, William, 309

Haselholt, Richard, 96

Hastynge, William, 174

Hatfeld, writ dated from, 155

Hatfeld, John (de), 27, 37, 41, 44, 90, 116, 117, 120, 127, 157
-, — John de, senior, 155
-, — John de, 181

Hatfeld, John de, Dionisia, dau. of, wife of Richard de Claverynge, 181
-, — Richard (de), 205, 212–13
-, — — Dionisia, wife of, widow of Richard Claverynge, 213
-, — Robert de, 26, 46, 204, 289, 298, 314, 323, 325, 327, 332
-, — — elected Sheriff, 287
-, — — elected Alderman of Candle wick Street Ward loco Simon de Mordone, 323

Hathfeld, Henry de, 63

Haukedone, Thomas de, 161

Haunfeld, John, 244

Haunsard, Henry, 190, 191, 224
-, — Robert, 22, 224
-, — — John, son of, 224

Hauteyn, Thomas, 99, 125
-, — — Thomas, son of, 99

Havel (Hanel?), Johanna, 269

Haverille, Simon, 252

Havering, Geoffrey, 331

Haversham, Richard de, 157

Hay, Richard, 160, 176

Haylesdono, John, 240

Hebbe, Robert, 327

Hedecroue, Walter. See Etegroue.

Hedone, John de, 186, 190, 191

Hedyngham, Andrew, 200
-, — John de, 59, 305

Hegele, Peter, 290

Hegham, John, 302

Heigham, Hugh de, 223

Helpestone, Geoffrey de, 10, 12
-, — — Alice, daughter of, wife of Thomas Wythe, 10
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, wife of Henry Piryman, 10

Hemenhale, Edmund de, 125
-, — — Margaret, daughter of, 125
-, — — Thomas, son of, 125

Hemmyngford, William de, 107

Hende, John, 252

Henham, John de, 193

Henle, the King's manor of, 280, 282

Henry II., his grants to the Hospital of St. Giles, 29; his charter to Wilton, 48; his charter to burgesses of Maldon, co. Essex, 94

Henry III, his charter to burgesses of Bedford, 35; his charter to Wilton, 47

Hentelove (Hentelone ?), John, 117

Hercy, William, 43

Hereford, 21, 25

Hereford, Earl of, Sir Humphrey de Bohun, 157

Herford, Robert de, 200

"Herhethe," Erhythe, Robert, 306, 307, 316

Herkestede, William, 59, 163, 204, 252

Herlawe, John (de), 22, 89, 145, 172

Herle, Sir Robert de, 17

Hermar, Richard, 172

Hermestone, Thomas de, 207

Hermyte, Adam, 332

Herngeye, Edmund, 253

Hernyst. See Hervyst.

Herpesfeld, John de, 83, 86
-, — — Cristina, wife of, 83, 86
-, — Nicholas, 253

Herrethe, William, 214

Herring, the price of, regulated, 221

Herry, John, 289

Hert, Danyel le, 182
-, — John, 117
-, — Thomas, 244

"Hertay," a place, 75

Hertelee, Richard de, 78, 82

Hertelpole, John de, 8

Hervy, Thomas, 244

Hervyst (Hernyst ?), Johanna, 269

Herward, John, 245

Herwardestoke. See Harewardestoke.

Heryng, John, 116

Heurl', John, 333

Heygham, John de, 223

Heylesdone, John, 276

Heynes, John, 3, 20

Heyroun, William, 222, 227

Heyward, Adam, 245
-, — John, 117

"Heywarf," the, 110

Heywode, Thomas, 243

Hidyngham, John, 219

Highways, tax on victuals, &c., for repair of, 81; collectors of the same appointed, id.; bequests for repair of, 191, 233

Hillari, Hillary, Roger, 36, 45

Hiltoft, Hyltoft, John, 59, 62, 161, 171, 216, 267
-, — — elected M.P. for the City, 140
-, — Thomas, 70

Hirltone, John, 55

Hobbe, William, de Staundone, 4

Hockele, John, 173, 189
-, — Roger de, 220
-, — William de, appointed deputy-coroner, 296

Hogges (St. Vaast la Hogue), Prior of, 21

Hoke, John, 158

Holand, Otto de, 17
-, — Thomas de, Earl of Kent, 123

Holbeche, Hugh, 239, 258, 262, 266, 276, 281
-, — — elected Sheriff, 253. See also Sotherne.

Holbeche, Thomas de, 235, 236
-, — William (de), 17, 32, 50, 51, 96, 99, 105, 106, 113, 114, 125, 130, 132, 139, 155, 169, 170, 174, 190, 196, 235, 242
-, — — Matilda, wife of, afterwards wife of Hugh Sotherne, 235
-, — — elected M.P. for the City, 155

Holbourne, Nicholas, 281, 306, 315
-, — — Elizabeth, wife of, late wife of Nicholas Donat, 306

"Holbournebrugge," 258, 266

Holdernesse, co. York, 87

Holewelle, Robert de, 110, 111

Holkote, Holcote, Hulcote, John (de), 96, 133

Holme, Robert de, 200
-, — William, 241

Holmes, Cecilia, 269

Holt, Perer de, de Cotherstoke, co. Northampton, 214

Holy Cross, Friars of, a robbery at the house of the, 111

Holy Trinity, or Christchurch, the Prior of, 58, 70, 72

Honyford, Robert, 228

Honylane, Margery de, Prioress of St. Elena (St. Helen's), 44

Honyngtone, George de, 90

Hoo, Ho, Gilbert de, 63
-, — John de, 204, 276, 321
-, — Thomas de, Knt., 287
-, — — Robert, son of, 287
-, — William de, 110
-, — — William, son of, 110. See also Oo.

Hope, John, 315

Hordele, "Benet," 176

Hore, Margaret, 297
-, — Thomas, 212, 301
-, — — Agnes, wife of, 301
-, — — Guy, son of, 301
-, — — John, son of, 301
-, — — Thomas, son of, 301

Horewode, Horwode, Fulk, 256
-, — Nicholas (de), 36, 50, 299
-, — William, 32, 50
-, — — Avice, wife of, widow of John atte Brome, 32

Horkesle, Robert, 238

Horn, Henry, 24, 36, 39
-, — John, 165, 167, 222, 249, 303, 304, 317, 318
-, — — de Northflete, 190, 191
-, — "le Noir," 190, 191
-, — Nicholas, 192
-, — — John, son of, 192

Hornere, Thomas le, 9
-, — — Matilda, daughter of, 9

Horold, John, 244

Horscroft, William, 252

Horse bread, ordinance as to sale of, 174

Horses, not to be exported, 96

"Horseydoune," 294n.

Horsford, John de, 61, 79

"Horshed," tenement called, in the parish of St. Vedast, 67

"Horsheved," le, within Ludgate, 286

Horstone, William, 162, 253, 254, 281, 286

Hortone, Richard de, 9
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, 9
-, — William, 227

Hosteler, Simon, 250

Hostelers, regulations for, 33, 149, 150, 182, 300

Hotoft, Nicholas, 61
-, — Roger, 61

Houlet, John, 167
-, — — Johanna, wife of, daughter of John Courtroy, 167

Houndesdiche, 279, 283, 293; between Ludgate and Neugate, 121

Houtone, Adam de, 25
-, — James, 246

Hubert, Robert, 60

Hulle, John, 238
-, — Ralph, 241
-, — Robert, 189

Hunte, Richard le, 10, 12
-, — William, 37
-, — — Johanna, wife of, 37

Huntingdon, burgesses of, a letter of procuration from, 25

Huntyngdone, Master Richard, 107
-, — Robert de, 59

Hurer, Henry (le), 61, 111
-, — Robert le, 111

Hurle, Alice, 269
-, — John de, 129

Hurst, John, 107

Husting, the, election of citizens in, to attend the King's Council, 113; outlawry in, 144
-, — Court of, no attorney to sit among the clerks of, 74; appeal in error from the Sheriff's Court to, 84n.; wills proved in, after being proved before the Ordinary, 88

Hyde, John, 131
-, — — Margery, sister of, 131
-, — William, Minor Canon of St. Paul's, 131

Hydyngham, John, 121, 126, 171

Hykelynge (Hickling, co. Norf. ), Prior of, 273

Hynde, John, 331

Hyndstoke, Master John, admitted to practise surgery, 236

Hyngestone, Hynxstone, Thomas (de), 70, 191, 269
-, — — Thomas, son of, 269

Hyntone, Alice de, 111
-, — Katherine, 83, 91
-, — — Oliver, son of, 83, 91
-, — Roger (de), 61, 217
-, — — Margery, wife of, 217

Hyvenden (?), Thomas de, 50

I

Idenham, John de, 65

Iford, William de, 131

Ikelyngham, John de, 165, 200, 212, 213

Iklyngtone, Robert, 243

Ilkestone, William de, parson of the church of St. Mary le Bow, 108

Illeford, Thomas de, 107

Imworth, Bartholomew de, 247
-, — — Matilda, wife of, 247
-, — — Nicholas, son of, 247
-, — — Robert, son of, 247

Infangthef, &c., granted by charter to the City, 120

Ingelbright, Arnald, 308

Ingelby, Thomas de, 144, 269, 301, 316

Ingepenne, John, 50

Ingram, John, 22
-, — — Matilda, wife of, 22
-, — — Salamon, son of, 22

"In the lane," Robert, 195

Ippegrave, Edmund, 191
-, — John, 261
-, — — Cristina, daughter of, wife of William Thaksted, 261, 262
-, — — — Thomas, son of, 261
-, — — — William, son of, 261
-, — William, 70
-, — — Lucy, wife of, 70

Ipre, John Marchaunt de, 48

Irland, Irlond, John, 238
-, — Thomas, 32, 80, 176, 199, 203, 224, 276

Ironmongers, mistery of. See "Ismongers."

Iryche, John, 333

Islip, Simon, Archbishop of Canterbury, 199

"Ismongers," contribute towards a present for the King, 172

Iswode, Simon de, 2

Itillecote, Outlecote, Utlecote, John (de), 135, 155, 168

Ive, John, 76, 269

Ivory, Yvory, William, 174, 194

Ivyngho, Robert, 99

Iweyn, Eweyn, Owayn, Ughwayn, Uweyn, Walter, 162, 175, 189, 200, 252, 254, 331, 332

J

Jacomyn, Jakemyn, James, 302, 314

Janua (Genoa), 41

Janua, Francisco de, 5

Jernemouthe, Richard de, 65

Jerveys, Thomas, 204

Jober, Jobour, Robert, 61, 240, 285
-, — — Edmund, son of, 240, 285
-, — — Henry, son of, 240

Johan, Laurence, 314
-, — Nicholas, 313

Johanna, Princess of Wales, City gift to, 275; letter of thanks for the same, 291; keepers of her wardrobe, id.

Jonkere, John, 157

Jorys, Dederic, 290

Joye, John, 65, 164
-, — Richard, 24, 117

Joygnour, Joynier, John, 117
-, — Robert, 239
-, — William, 30

Jurdan, Jurdon, John, 10, 253, 259

Jury, proceedings taken for threatening a, 272–3

K

"Kardemakeres." See Cardmakers.

Karlel, Karlille. See Carlille.

Karltone. See Carletone.

Kaumpes, Roger, 113

Kayhoo, Thomas, 243

Kaynel, John, 244

Kaytone, John de. See Gaytone.

Kaytone, Caytone, Robert de, 68
-, — — Common Serjeant, 242
-, — — elected Sheriff, 265
-, See also Caytone.

Kebbel, Kebbyl, Robert, 218, 235, 236
-, — — Margaret, wife of, 218, 235, 236

Kelby, Robert de, 80
-, — Walter de, 258

Kelebourne, Andrew de, 117

Keleshulle, Kelleshulle, Kelsille, John de, 116
-, — Richard de, 1
-, — Walter de, 171
-, — William, 222, 304, 331
-, — — elected M.P. for the City, 298

Kelleseye, Kelseye, Giles (de), 53, 60, 192, 200, 252, 268, 307

Kelleseye, Kelseye, Robert de, 80

Kempe, John, 182, 250

Kempes, Roger de, 164
-, — — Matilda, wife of, 164

Kendale, Sir Edward de, Knt., 93
-, — Sir Thomas, Rector of the church of St. Augustine, near St. Paul's, 135, 155, 235
-, — William de, 8

Kene (Keue ?), Nicholas, 14, 160, 269

Kenle, John de, 306

Kent, the King's purveyors of hay in county of, 107
-, — Earl of. See Holand, Thomas de.

Kent, Geoffrey de, 162
-, — John de, 165
-, — Richard de, 34 107
-, — Thomas de, 106, 252

Kershulle, William, 253

Kestevene, Kestefne, John, 132, 165, 237, 238

Keteryngham, John de, 144

Keue, William, 217

King's Aulnager, 20, 99, 297

King's Baker, the, Master Richard Pace, 106

King's Butler:
-, Stodeye, John de, 118
-, Strete, William de, 296

King's Council, citizens summoned to attend the, 113, 255, 256; usurped jurisdiction of the, 104n.

King's Customers, 266, 276, 277, 281–2

King's Escheator, duties of, executed by the Mayor for the time being, 77, 80, 89, 144

King's Exchange, 5, 112, 121; officers of, to be quit of tallage, 309
-, — John Leycestre, the King's Changer at the Tower, 326. See also Exchange.

King's Gauger, 2. See also Wine.

King's Purveyors, not to take anything without payment, 86; schedule of names of, 106–7; to show their commission before buying anything, id.

King's Seal, for recognizances under the Statute of Acton Burnel, 67

King's Serjeants-at-arms, 14, 23, 77

King's Treasurer, Thomas de Orgrane (Orgrave?), clerk to the, 251

King's Wardrobe, the, 216
-, — William de Altekar, valet of the, 13, 63, 109

Kingston-on-Hull, burgesses of, letter of procuration from, 25

Kirkeby, John de, 59
-, — Walter, 244

Knighthood, distraint of, 64, 68, 205–6

Knolles, Robert de, sets sail for France, 263

Knowesle, Knousleghe, Richard, 88, 162, 164, 253, 254, 333

Knyf, Tydeman, 110
-, — — Elizabeth, wife of, 110

Knyghtcote, Knightcote, John de, 36
-, — William, 314, 321

Knyghtryderstret, 109

Knyth, William, Rector of Great "Hardys" (Hardres, co. Kent), 220

Knyvet, John, 145, 156, 181, 186, 213, 234, 255, 269, 277
-, — William, 231
-, — — Johanna, wife of, after wards wife of Simon atte Nax, 231

Koc, William, 243

Koo, Gilbert, 59

Krentone, John de, 314

Kryngelford, William de, 134

Kyldesby, Nicholas, admitted to practise surgery, 236

Kyllyngworth, Adam, 208, 227
-, — Richard de, 230

Kylmyngtone, Richard de, Dean of St. Paul's, 334

Kyng, Richard, 111
-, — Robert, 181, 229, 276
-, — — Matilda, wife of, 229
-, — Stephen, 105, 163, 252
-, — William, 158, 172, 235, 304

Kyngestone, William (de), 156, 161, 191

Kynggesbrugge, Thomas, 171

Kyngham, Lapyn de, 60, 117

Kyrkeby, John de, 119
-, — — Cristina, daughter of, 119
-, — William de, 107

Kyrketone, William de, 211, 232
-, — — John, brother of, 232, 298

Kyslyngbury, Richard de, 109



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