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A - K

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Reginald R. Sharpe (editor)

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1909

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299-323

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'Index: A - K', Calendar of letter-books of the city of London: I: 1400-1422 (1909), pp. 299-323. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=33703 Date accessed: 02 October 2014.


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A

Aas, Aase, Ralph, 252

Abbot, John, 245, 249, 283, 284, 285

Abell, Richard, 36

Acre, Sayer, 252

Adam, John, 173
-, — Thomas, 56
-, — Walter, 173

Ade, John, 110

Adultery, persons taken in, sent to the Ordinary for punishment, 279 et seq.

Adys, William, 210

Agincourt, a solemn procession to Westminster to return thanks for victory at, 144

"Agon Mailok," Nicholas, 234

Alardson, Giles, 268
-, — — Idonia, daughter of, 268
-, — — Isabella, daughter of, 268

Albertis, Albertes, Philip de, 229
-, — Thomas de, 147

Albright, Petronilla, 279

Alchon, John, 238

Alcok, John, 109

Aldenham, John, 58

Aldermen, elections of, four nomina tions to be made, 18, 19, 241; two do., 18n., to be English born, 117; imprisonment for slandering, 114, 132; to return and dwell in the City by the King's and Mayor's orders, 183; proceedings for rebel lion against, 245

Aldermen:
-, Aleyn, Thomas, 168, 178, 190, 194, 210, 222, 226, 245, 261
-, Askham, William, 4, 10, 15, 23, 51, 53, 54, 60, 69, 75, 78, 80, 89, 96, 97, 108, 109, 113, 118, 123, 275, 276, 278
-, Barantyn, Barentyn, Drew, 10, 15, 32, 36, 51, 60, 69, 80, 88, 89, 96, 109, 113, 278, 279
-, Bartone, Henry, 51, 53, 59, 60, 63, 70, 75, 78, 80, 85, 88, 89, 94, 96, 97, 102, 107, 108, 117, 118, 127, 130, 168, 194, 204, 206, 210, 222, 226, 245, 246, 261, 271, 277, 278, 279, 282, 283
-, Bartone, Ralph, 168, 178, 183, 189, 190, 194, 222, 227, 246, 262, 271, 273, 279, 281, 282, 283, 284, 285
-, "Benwell," William, 10. See Reinwelle.
-, Bithewater, John, 281, 282, 283
-, Blakden, John, 271, 273
-, Botiller, Boteler, John, 245, 246, 248, 261, 262, 273
-, Bramptone, William, 4, 10, 15, 23, 27, 33, 51, 53
-, Brokle, John, 282, 283, 285
-, Brook, Geoffrey, 10, 15, 23, 27, 36, 53, 60, 275, 276, 277
-, Broun, Stephen, 285
-, Cauntbrigge, Cambrigge, William, 143, 149, 168, 178, 189, 190, 194, 204, 206, 222, 245, 246, 272, 279, 282
-, Chichelee, Robert, 27, 36, 51, 53, 59, 60, 63, 69, 75, 78, 85, 97, 118, 130, 143, 168, 178, 188, 190, 206, 209, 222, 226, 246, 261, 276, 277, 278
-, Chichele, Chichylly, William, 63, 69, 70, 75, 85, 89, 94, 96, 102, 107, 108, 123, 130, 143, 178, 189, 190, 194, 206, 222, 226, 278
-, Cottone, Walter, 75, 78, 80, 85, 88, 89, 108, 127, 277, 279
-, Coventre, John, 44n, 245, 246, 248, 261, 262, 271, 273, 282, 283
-, Crowmer, Cromere, William, 27, 32, 36, 44n., 51, 59, 60, 63, 68, 69, 75, 78, 89, 94, 96, 97, 102, 108, 118, 168, 178, 189, 190, 194, 204, 206, 210, 222, 226, 245, 246, 248, 261, 271, 272, 276, 278, 284, 285
-, Depham, Roger, 129
-, Estfeld, William, 281, 282, 283
-, Everard, Alan, 143, 178, 189, 190, 222
-, Evote, William, 4
-, Fauconer, Thomas, 23, 36, 51, 59, 60, 69, 75, 78, 85, 89, 94, 95, 96, 97, 107, 108, 113, 117, 118, 123, 127, 130, 145, 168,
-, 178, 189, 190, 194, 204, 206, 222, 226, 245, 246, 248, 253, 261, 271, 272, 275, 276, 277, 278, 279, 283, 284, 285
-, Framelyngham, Fremelyngham, William, 23, 27, 36
-, Fraunceis, John, 4, 23, 27, 36
-, Frowyk, Henry, 282, 283, 284, 285
-, Gedeney, John, 142, 168, 189, 194, 206, 222, 226, 245, 246, 261, 271, 279, 283, 285
-, Gosselyn, John (Richard ?), 282, 283
-, Hadlee, John, 4, 10, 15, 21, 27, 32, 36, 51, 275, 276
-, Haltone, Henry, 54, 70, 75, 78, 80, 81, 88, 89, 96, 97, 102, 107, 108, 117, 118, 123, 127, 130, 143, 277, 278, 279
-, Hende, John, 4, 10, 23 43, 53, 276
-, James, Jamys, Nicholas, 273, 282, 283
-, Knollys, Knolles, Thomas, 15, 23, 27, 32, 36, 44n., 51, 53, 60, 63, 68, 69, 75, 78, 80, 88, 89, 102, 107, 108, 117, 118, 123, 127, 130, 143, 167, 188, 189, 190, 204, 206, 209, 222, 226, 246, 248, 261, 275, 276, 278, 279, 283, 285
-, Lane, John, 96, 97, 108, 117, 118, 123, 127, 130, 277, 278
-, Large, Robert, 284, 285
-, Lobenham, Ralph, 108, 117, 118, 127, 130, 142
-, Louthe, William, 51, 59, 60, 63, 69, 78, 80, 88, 89, 94, 96, 97, 107, 108, 117, 118, 123, 127, 130, 143, 154, 168, 178, 189, 190, 194, 222, 275, 278, 279
-, Merlawe, Richard, 27, 32, 53, 59, 75, 78, 94, 95, 96, 97, 107, 108, 118, 123, 127, 130, 143, 145, 149, 168, 178, 188, 189, 190, 209, 226, 275, 276, 278, 279
-, Michell, John, 127, 178, 190, 194, 210, 222, 226, 245, 246, 248, 253, 262, 282
-, Newton, Walter, 4
-, Nortone, William, 60, 63, 69, 78, 85, 89, 94, 96, 97, 102, 104, 107, 108, 117, 118, 123, 127, 130, 143, 168, 178, 189, 190, 194, 206, 210, 222, 226, 245, 246, 278, 279
-, Ottele, Robert, 282, 283, 285
-, Parker, William, 4, 15, 21
-, Pattesle, Paddesle, John, 285
-, Penne, John, 69, 70, 75, 78, 80, 88, 94, 97, 102, 108, 117, 118, 123, 127, 130, 143, 168, 178, 183, 189, 190, 194, 204, 206, 222, 226, 245, 246, 248, 261, 277, 278, 279
-, Perneys, John, 178, 189, 190, 194, 204, 222, 227, 245, 246, 248, 261, 271, 272, 279, 283, 284
-, Polle, Thomas, 4, 10, 15, 23, 32, 36, 51, 59, 60, 63, 69, 75, 78, 80, 88, 89, 94, 96, 107, 108, 276
-, Pountfreyt, Pomfreyt, Henry, 27, 32, 36, 53, 69, 75, 85, 89, 96, 275, 276
-, Pyke, Thomas, 85, 88 94, 97, 102, 107, 108, 117 118, 123, 130, 132, 143, 144, 168, 178, 189, 190, 194, 204, 206, 222, 227, 277, 278, 279
-, Radewelle, William, 36
-, Reinwell, Reynwell, John, 168, 178, 189, 190, 194, 204, 206, 210, 222, 226, 245, 261, 262, 272, 279
-, — William, 4, 10, 15
-, Seman, Simon, 44.n, 281, 282, 283, 284, 285
-, Sevenoke, William, 44n., 97, 108, 117, 118, 123, 127, 130, 132, 143, 168, 178, 189, 190, 194, 197, 201, 204, 206, 222, 246, 248, 261, 271, 272
-, Shadworth, John, 4, 27, 32, 36, 51, 59, 63, 78, 85, 89, 95, 96, 97, 108, 118, 123, 275
-, Skynnard, Ralph, 284
-, Speleman, Spilman, Stephen, 54, 59, 60, 63, 69, 75, 78, 85, 88, 89, 94, 96, 97, 102, 107, 108, 117, 118, 123, 127, 130, 132, 277, 278, 279
-, Standelf, John, 227
-, Staundone, William, 4, 15, 36, 51, 54, 74
-, Tatersall, Robert, 44n., 245, 246, 248, 261, 262, 273, 282, 283, 284
-, Venour, William, 4, 10, 23, 27, 32, 36, 51, 53, 275, 276
-, Wade, John, 4
-, Wakelee, John, 15, 23, 27
-, Walcote, John, 4, 10, 15, 20, 32, 36
-, Wilderne, William, 10, 15, 20, 23, 27, 32, 36, 44n, 51, 60, 63, 69, 75, 78, 80, 89, 94, 96, 97, 108, 123, 129, 130, 168, 190, 194, 206, 209 10, 222, 226, 244, 246, 248, 261, 275, 277, 278
-, Wandesford, Thomas, 283, 285
-, Warner, Waryner, John, 4, 10, 23, 28, 32, 36, 51, 54, 59, 60, 63, 69, 80, 85, 89, 96, 276
-, Welles, John, 261, 273, 281, 283, 284, 285
-, Whitingham, Wityngham, Robert, 204, 206, 226, 245, 246, 248, 261, 271, 273, 282, 283
-, Whityngtone, Richard, 4, 10, 15, 27, 36, 51, 53, 69, 75, 78, 89, 96, 97, 102, 107, 108, 118, 123, 127, 130, 143, 167, 189, 190, 194, 206, 222, 226, 261, 272, 275, 277, 278, 279
-, Widyngtone, Robert, 204, 206, 227, 261, 273
-, Wilford, Thomas, 4, 10, 15
-, Wodecok, John, 4, 10, 15, 23, 27, 32, 33, 60, 276
-, Wottone, Nicholas, 28, 36, 51, 60, 69, 75, 78, 88, 89, 94, 96, 97, 102, 107, 108, 118, 123, 127, 129, 130, 143, 178, 189, 190, 204, 206, 210, 222, 226, 245, 246, 261, 271, 272, 278, 282, 283

Aldersgate Ward, Stephen Speleman elected Alderman of, 124

Aldrichegate, 82

Aldrychessay, John, called "clerk," 27

Ale, bairels and measures to be sealed with the seal of the Chamber, 63, 97-8, 232; ordinance prescribing price of, to be enforced, 233; barrels to be examined and marked by coopers, 235-6; the price of, to be set yearly by the Mayor, 236; brewers not to sell ale at 2d. a gallon except inside their houses, id.; sent to Rouen for the army, 200

"Alekonners," appointment of, 131, 191

Alen&çon, truce between England and the Duke of Buttany made at, 215

Alexander V., Pope, Peter de Candia elected, 79

Aleyn, Henry, 210
-, — John, 234, 235
-, — Martin, 238, 263
-, — Nicholas, 234
-, — Peter, 245
-, — Ralph, 151
-, — Richard, 234

Aleyn, Thomas, Mercer and Alderman, 37, 112, 130, 137, 151, 155, 168, 178, 190, 194, 210, 222, 226, 245, 261
-, — — elected Sheriff, 127
-, — — contributes £20 towards City loan (1417), 203
-, — Thomas, a brewer, 234
-, — Thomas, "smyth," 235
-, — William, 146, 151

Alfeld, Richard, admitted deputy- coroner, 45, 61, 115; writ of cer tiorari, touching his right to execute office of City Coroner, 241; return thereto, id.

Alfrend, Thomas, 238, 288

Alkirtone, Richard, Canon of Chiches ter, invited to preach Easter sermon, 132

Allesle, John, 263

All Hallows, Honey Lane, church, 284

All Hallows the Less, parish, 2

Almaine, merchants of, a commercial agreement between merchants of England and, 5, 6; claim to be quit of toll, 95-6, 198, 260
-, See also Teutonics.

Amiens, merchants of, payment to the City in respect of their "composi tion" by, 75, 89, 267. See also Corbie and Nesle.

Amour, John, 135

Amwell, John, 234

Anable, Richard, 156

Andre (Audre ?), John, 230
-, — — William, son of, 230

Andreu, Andrewe, John, chaplain, taken in adultery, 276
-, — Reginald, 215
-, — William, 235

Anelesgippe, Henry, 287

Angell, Richard, 248

Anketill, Anketylle, Henry, 55, 110, 144

Anne, Alexander, Common Serjeant, 283

Apprentice, an, deceived as to the guild to which his master belonged, 215-16

Apprentices, to be enrolled within the first year of their term, 38, 134; to be tall and of good physique, 250; Statute of, id.

Apprenticeship, strangers to obtain the franchise in future only by, 63

Aprees, John, chantry priest in the church of St. Swithin, 129, 171

Aquitaine, duchy of, expedition to recover, 102; City loan of 10,000 marks to assist the King's expedi tion to, 104

Archery to be encouraged, 125

Ardyngworth, John, chaplain, taken in adultery, 285

Armagnac, Bernard, Count of, 102n, 185; slain at Paris, 199n.

Armagnacs, the, offer to restore Aqui taine to England, 102

Armourers, Mistery of, Masters sworn, 144, 207, 215

Arms, proclamation against carrying, 72-3, 125

"Armyngswerd," an, 113

Arnald, Arnold, John, 232
-, — Robert, 16, 51, 55, 157, 203, 229, 283

Arundel, Beatrice, Countess of, 247
-, — — Thomas Fitz Alan, hus band of, 247
-, — Thomas, Archbishop of Canter bury, causes barbers to close their shops on Sunday, 115

Asenhull, William, Knt., Sheriff of Cambridge, 219

Askham, William, Fishmonger and Alderman, 4, 10, 15, 23, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 35, 36, 51, 53, 54, 59, 60, 69, 75, 78, 80, 89, 96, 97, 108, 109, 118, 123, 176, 275, 276, 278
-, — — elected Mayor, 27
-, — — elected M. P. for the City, 57, 109, 113

Askwythe, John, 118

Assay of oysters and mussels at Queen hithe, 231

Assessment, inquests as to which Ward a tenement should be assessed in, 109, 148

Asshe, John, 173, 254

Asshehirst, Gilbert, 74

Asshtone, John, 153, 261

Asshwell, Asshewelle, John, 225, 269

Athelard, Robert, 165, 166

Atherlee, John, 213

At Mere, William, 126

Atte Corner, John, 14

Attecroune, Richard, 234

Atte Hache, Roger, 7

Atte Lake, John, chaplain, taken in adultery, 275

Atte Lee, John, 49, 109
-, — — Matilda, wife of, formerly wife of Thomas Reygate, 49
-, — Richard, 154

Atte More, William, 91

Atte Noke, William, 238

Atte Ponde, John, 87

Atte Stone, Thomas, 131

Atte Van, Thomas, 254, 256

Atte Welle, Henry, 94
-, — — Walter, son of, 94

Attewelle, Simon, 235, 238
-, — William, 103, 109, 213, 234

Atte Wode, Edmund, 115
-, — Thomas, 147, 172, 212, 213, 234
-, — William, 51, 52, 227, 234
-, — William, 153
-, — — Felicia, wife of, 153
-, — — Henry, son of, 153

Audery, John, 207

Audree (Andree?), John, 74

Aulnage of cloth, granted to Thomas Wottone, 52, 84; the City's claim to, disputed, 84; divers ordinances touching, 113

Avery, Ann, 280

Ayle, Thomas, 235

Aylesham, John, grocer, arrested at Steresbridge Fair by order of the Chancellor of Cambridge University, 216-17; his expenses paid by the City, 224

Aynesford (Eynesford), co. Kent, 179

Aysshe, John, 229, 235

B

Babyngtone, William, a commissioner for gaol-delivery, 240, 265

Bacon, Bacoun, John, 155, 170, 172, 192, 243
-, — John, collector of a subsidy, 265
-, — William, 235, 288

Badby, John, 215

Bagworth, John, 174

Baille, John, 185

Bailly, John, 233
-, — William, 235

Baker, a, drawn on the hurdle for baking bread deficient in weight, 53

Baker, John, 209
-, — Robert, 238, 254

Bakers, Mistery of, a translation from, 260

Bakwelle Hall, shops and land near, granted to Richard Osbarn, clerk of the Chamber, 6, 10; merchant strangers to bring their cloth to, 35n., 41, 43; oath of the keeper of the seld of, 41; sureties for the due execution of his office, 42; Henry Hert elected Keeper, id.

Baldok, John, 228
-, — Thomas, 198

Ballard, John, 54, 235

Balle, Sir Henry, Rector of church of St. Nicholas Shambles, 269
-, — William, 165, 244

Ballye, John, appointed deputy coroner, 21

Balman, Richard, 142

Balsham, Thomas, 110

Baltesore, John, 150

Bamburgh, Bamborough, Robert, 42, 52, 267

Bamme, Adam, 65

Banastre, Richard, 128
-, — — Katherine, wife of, late wife of William Braybrook, 128
-, — Robert, City Saltmeter, 120

Banent alias Osberne, Thomas, 146

Bangor, Philip, 42, 75, 133
-, — — Margery, wife of, after wards wife of John Bokenham, 133
-, — — William, son of, 133

Bangor, Bishops of
-, Byford, Lewis, 228
-, Nichols, Benedict, 103

Banham, Geoffrey, 165, 207

Barantyn, Barentyn, Drew, Gold smith and Alderman, 10, 15, 32, 36, 51, 60, 69, 75, 76, 78, 79, 80, 88, 89, 96, 140, 187, 194, 277, 278, 279
-, — — wrongly recorded as "An dreas" when admitted a freeman, 6; elected M P for the City, 36, 81, 109, 113; elected Mayor, 70; elected Alderman of Bishopsgate Ward, 124

Barbers, to close their shops on Sun day, under penalty of a fine, 115, 116; discharged from serving on juries, 116; appointed Surveyors of Surgery, 135; not to attend serious cases without submitting them to the Surveyors, id.
-, — Mistery of, ordinances confirmed, 85; not to be subject to any other Mistery, id; Masters sworn, 153, 173, 209, 288

Barber Surgeons, Mistery of, Masters sworn, 153, 173

Barbour, John, 52, 248

Bardeneye, John, 244

Bardolf, John, 108

Baret, Richard, 254, 256

Barlare, Giles de 207

Baron alias Draycote, John de, 11

Baron, Baroun, John, 144, 282
-, — — Johanna, wife of, 282
-, — Roger, 233

Barrels, &c., for the sale of ale, to be marked by the Chamberlain's de puty, 63; made of unsound wood and defective in measure adjudged to be burnt, 118; to be examined and marked by coopers, 235-6

Barron, William, 52

Barry, John, 39
-, — Richard, 203
-, — Stephen, 268

Barte, William, 233

Bartelot, Alexander, 64
-, — John, 212, 213
-, — Simon, 203, 229

Bartlot, Richard, 118

Barton, Bartone, Henry, Skinner and Alderman, 20, 48, 51, 53, 59, 60, 61, 63, 70, 75, 78, 80, 85, 88, 89, 94, 96, 97, 102, 107, 108, 117, 118, 127, 130, 136, 167, 168, 170, 171, 172, 174, 176, 178, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187, 188, 194, 204, 206, 210, 222, 226, 245, 246, 261, 271, 275, 276, 277 278, 279, 282, 283, 284
-, — — elected Mayor, 168; not to be hindered by the King's Pur veyors from victualling ships for the King's service, 172; contributes 100 marks to a loan, 202
-, — John, sometime City Recorder, 143, 155, 167, 168, 171, 178, 189, 190, 193, 202, 204, 205, 206, 209, 212, 220, 226, 244, 246, 261, 279
-, — — senior, a commissioner for gaol delivery, 145, 191, 240, 265; the same to try cases of treason, 164; to hear pleas of the Crown, 166, 167
-, — Ralph, Skinner and Alderman, 168, 178, 183, 189, 190, 194, 206, 208, 209, 222, 226, 227, 231, 246, 262, 271, 273, 279, 281, 282, 283, 284, 285
-, — Ralph, contributes towards loan (1417), 203; elected Sheriff, 204
-, — — Richard, son of, 114
-, — Thomas, 114
-, — William, removed from keeper ship of a Compter for letting a prisoner go without orders, 111

Basket, John, 85

Basset, John, 219, 233

Bastard wine, 71, 87, 125

Bataylle, Thomas, 193

Bate, Batte, John, 29, 53, 207, 210, 234
-, — Ralph, 55, 110
-, — Roger, 229

Bateman, Robert, 234

Bath, Henry Bowet, Bishop of, 18, 59

Battesford, Hugh, 65

Bayli, Bailly, John, 186

Bealamy, John, 165

Beards, false, the wearing of, forbidden at Christmas, 209

Beau, Beaw, Walter, 79

Beauchamp, Richard, 71

Beauchamp, Thomas de, Earl of War wick, 1

Beaufort, Thomas, Admiral, sails for France, 73

Beaumond, Beaumont, John, 52
-, — John, 256
-, — — Dionisia, daughter of, 256
-, — Richard, 150
-, — Thomas, 148, 153, 251

Becham, Reginald, 235

Bechesworth, John de, 74

Bedel, Henry, 234

Bedenhale, John, 215

Bederenden, Beterenden, John, Cham berlain, 26, 99, 100, 134, 136, 201, 226, 232, 239, 245, 251, 252, 253, 254, 255, 256, 257, 259, 261, 263, 266, 268, 269, 271, 272, 273, 283

Bedford, John, 235

Bedford, John, Duke of, 139, 145, 159, 188, 191, 208, 212, 215, 222
-, — — Warden of England, 225, 232, 256, 257, 262, 265; at the Guildhall, 135; commands expedi tion to France, 161n; his expedi tion against the Scots, 163

Bedwell, John, 287

Bedyngtone, Robert de, "couper," 25
-, — — Thomas "Couper," brother of, 25

Bekeryng, John, of Bickering, co. Linc., engaged in the Trumpington conspiracy, 165

Bekeswelle, Cristiana, 234

Bekke, John, 165

Belde, Simon, 87

Belle, William, 234

Belverge, John, 173

Benedict XIII, Pope, Peter de Luna styled, 79

Benedict, "wolman," 165; hanged for taking part in the Trumpington conspiracy, 166

Benefit of clergy, 3

Beneriche, William, 141

Benet, John, 257

Benge, John, 235

Bentone, Richard, 255
-, — — Agnes, wife of, formerly wife of John Prynce, 255

"Benwell" (Renwell, Reynwelle?), William, Alderman, 10

Benworth, John, 254, 256

Benyngton, John, chaplain, taken in adultery, 277
-, — Johanna, 274

"Berbynderslane," 110

Berde, Simon, 12

Berdewell, William, Knt., 30
-, — — Robert, son of, 30
-, — — - Elizabeth, wife of, daughter of Nicholas Extone, 30

Bereford, John, 128

Berfaire, John, 10

Bergham, John de, of Flanders, 150

Bergone, John, 267

Bernard, William, 234

Bernes, Richard, de "Abertoun," 7

Bernewelle, Thomas, 126

Berwer, John, 287

"Besants" as a fee to be paid for certain offices, 259n.

Besouth, Besowthe, Thomas, 150, 207

Beterenden, John. See Bederenden.

Betoigne, Robert, 54

Bette, John, 238

Beverle, John, 247

Beyghbrok, Thomas, 62
-, — — William, son of, 62

Beyvin, Roger, his chantry in the chapel over the charnel house of St. Paul's, 91

Biernes, John, 154, 155

Biland, Roger, 228

Billinggey, Roger, 76
-, — — Alice, daughter of, 76
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, 76
-, — — Margaret, daughter of, 76
-, — — Thomas, son of, 76

Billingsgate, tables of tolls set up at, 134

Billingsgate Ward, John Hyndon beadle, 276

Bircheham, William, 287

Birchynshawe, Roger, 67
-, — — Dionisia, wife of, daughter of Ralph Freeman, 67

"Birlisters," 71

Bishopsgate Ward:
-, Barantyn, Drew, elected Alder man of, 124

Bislee, Katherine, 277

Bisshop, Bysshop, John, 5, 62, 105

Bithewater, Bythewater, John, Gold- smith and Alderman, 154, 155, 240, 281, 282, 283

Bixle, co. Kent, 135

"Blacsmythes," Mistery of, Masters sworn, 172

Bladesmiths, their difference with the Cutlers, 67; not to enhance the price of blades without permission, id.; their marks counterfeited, id.
-, — Mistery of, ordinances, 68
-, — — Masters sworn, 144, 173

Blakden, John, Goldsmith and Alder- man, 271, 273

Blake, Siward le, 157

Blakenale, Thomas, 126

Blakeney, William, 104

Blakey, Blakye, John, 165, 209

Blissote, Roger, 235

Blomville, Richard, 39
-, — — John, son of, 39

Blosme, John, 274
-, — — Isabella, wife of, 274

Blosse, William, 94
-, — — Thomas, son of, 94

Blount, Thomas, Knt, condemned to death at Oxford, 2

Bloxham, John, 269

"Blunket" (=blanket?), 113

"Bocardo," a house in Newgate gaol called, 49, 50n

"Bocherie," le, in Eastcheap and St. Nicholas Shambles, 61, 82, 124

Bockyng, Elyas, 43

Bodham, Simon, 122

Bokele, John, 176

Bokeler, John, 123

Bokelond, co. Herts, 213

Bokenham, John, 133
-, — — Margery, wife of, late wife of Philip Bangor, 133
-, — Margaret, 278

Bold, Laurence, 22

Boldesore, John, 254

Bole, William, 109

Bolecley, John, 157
-, — — William, son of, 157

Bolfynch, Edward, 126

Bolton, Richard, 126
-, — William, 234

Bonauntre, John, 150

"Bonefyres" for church festivals for bidden, 88

Boner, Alexander, 58
-, — John, 257

Boold, Thomas, 209
-, — — Elizabeth, daughter of, 209
-, — — Johanna, wife of, after wards wife of Robert Hulle, 209
-, — — Robert, son of, 209
-, — — Thomas, son of, 209

"Boquerams," 257

Borgh, Millen, 234

Borugh, Richart, 238

Boseworth, Henry, 22

Bosse, Thomas, 132

Boston (co. Linc.), the annual Fair at, abandoned, 159

Bostone, Henry, 173
-, — John, 261

Boteler, Botiller, John, Mercer and Alderman, 203, 204, 227, 245, 246, 248, 261, 262, 273
-, — — elected Sheriff, 226
-, — John, draper, 17, 189, 246
-, — — elected Sheriff, 245
-, — John, junior, 213
-, — Thomas, brewer, 235
-, — Thomas, elected M P for the City, 271n.
-, — Thomas, of co. Huntingdon, 100

Boteler, Botiller, William, 211, 233

"Botelmaker," 100

Botelmakere, Thomas, 234

Boterfeld, William, 238

Boterwyk, John, 269

Boton', Gilbert, 235
-, — William, 165

Bourere, John, 19

Bourtone, Richard, 202
-, — Thomas, 202
-, — William, 204

Bowet, Henry, Bishop of Bath, 18

Bowlond, Thomas, 173

Bowyer, James, 176, 181, 215, 228
-, — William, 19
-, — — Alice, daughter of, 19

Bowyers, Mistery of, ordinances, 65
-, — — Masters sworn, 173

Boxsone, William, 140
-, — — Agnes, daughter of, 140
-, — — Petronilla, wife of, after wards wife of Robert Trenerth, 140

Boydone, Henry, 196, 241

Boylot, John, 174

Boyt, William, 172

Brace, William, 147

Bracy, John, 267
-, — William, 234

Bradlee, Margery, 287
-, — Richard, 66

Bradwey, William, 139

Bragadini, Jeronimo, loses his seal, 266

Brampstone, John, 265

Brampton, co. Oxon, conspirators meet at, 2

Bramptone, Agnes, 287
-, — John, 153
-, — William, Stockfishmonger and Alderman, 4, 10, 15, 23, 27, 51, 53
-, — — elected M. P. for the City, 33

Brangweyn, Richard, 14

Brantefeld, Roger, 90

Brantone, John, 288

Brasiers, Mistery of, ordinances ap- proved, 148, Masters sworn, 150

Braumstone, John, 199
-, — — Johanna, wife of, daughter of Roger Cringelford, 199

Braybrook, Robert, Bishop of London, 11
-, — William, 128
-, — — John, son of, 128
-, — — Katherine, wife of, after- wards wife of Richard Banastre, 128
-, — — Thomas, son of, 128
-, — — William, son of, 128

Brekenhok, David, a yeoman tailor, 136

Brembill, Brembyll, William, 172, 287

Brembre, Nicholas, 16

Brendewode, Robert, 42

Brenge, Henry, 245

Brette, Alan, 52, 213

"Breueresman," 230

Brevyan, Thomas, 234

Brewers, not to draw water from the small pipes below the Conduit, 139; to use only vessels marked by the Chamberlain, 97-8, 232; names of those who approved of ordinance prescribing price of ale, &c., 233-5; ordinance made temp John Wode cok, Mayor, amended, 235-6; ordi nances touching, temp. William Staundon, Mayor, 63, 232, 237; to incur the same penalty as Coopers if found using vessels not marked, 236
-, — Mistery of, the Masters to ex amine all barley brought to the markets at Gracechurch and the Pavement before the Friars Minors, 46; ordinances approved, 50-1, Masters and Wardens sworn, 51, 287; translations from and to, 260, 264, 267

Brewster, John, 234

Brian, Alexander, 108

Bridde, John, 150

Bridge Street, fish market at, 61, 71, 82, 124

Briggeham, John, 215
-, — Thomas, 246
-, — — Elena, wife of, daughter of Richard Twyford, 246

Briggewater, Bryggewater, Geoffrey, 275
-, — John, chaplain in the chapel over the bones of the dead in St. Paul's Churchyard, 91, 194

Brinkhill, Cecilia, 275

Bris, Otho. See Brys.

Bristol, a Parliament to meet at, 81, changed to Westminster, 83

Bristowe, Thomas, 13, 51

Brit, John, 215

Brittany, the Duke of, concludes a truce with England, 215; truce extended, 222

Broad Street Ward, John Whitfeld, Constable of, 287

Brocour, John, 235

Brode, William, chaplain, taken in adultery, 273

Brodynge, John, 228

Brokage, "Brocage," ordinances touching, 264; forbidden in the City, 211-12

Brokas, Bernard, Knt; 2

Broke, John, 146, 234, 268

"Brokenseld," the, a Sheriff's comp- ter in Westchepe declared to be situate in Bread Street Ward, 109

Brokenwharf, 59

Brokere, John, 234
-, — William, 148

Brokers, names of those chosen by divers misteries 12-13; not to act until approved and admitted by the Mayor and Aldermen, 12, 85, 131; aliens not to act as, 12, 264; ordinances touching, 60, 63-4; schedule of charges to be made by, 264

Brokle, John, Draper and Alderman, 261, 273, 282, 283, 285
-, — — elected M. P. for the City, 262n

Brome, Robert, Rector of St. John's, Walbrook, 102

Bromley, James, 245

Bronnyng (Brounyng ?), William, 229

Brook, Geoffrey, Grocer and Alder man, 10, 15, 23, 27, 36, 51, 53, 54, 59, 60, 275, 276, 277
-, — Reginald, 235
-, — Thomas, 126
-, — William, 170

Broun, Elias, 22, 24
-, — Henry, 173
-, — John, 56, 238, 274
-, — Nicholas, City Cornmeter, 120
-, — Stephen, Grocer and Alderman, 192, 285, 286, 287
-, — Thomas, 147, 229, 230
-, — Walter, 185, 234
-, — William, 203

Brounesbury, John, 22
-, — Robert, 269

Bronnyng, Davy, 233
-, — William, 242
-, — — Isabella, daughter of, 242, 243
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, 242, 243
-, — — Juliana, wife of, afterwards wife of Peter Saveryn, 242
-, — — Thomas, son of, 242, 243

Brown, Thomas, junior, 76

Brownyng, Andrew, 215

Bruer, Richard, 288

"Bruers" See Brewers

Bruges, letter from the Burgomaster, &c., of, praying the surrender of cer tain merchandise unlawfully seized, 190, 191

Bryan, Alexander, 185
-, — John, 220, 221, 222

Bryan, John, Johanna, wife of, 221
-, — — William, son of, 220, 221
-, — John, elected M. P. for the City, 57; elected Sheriff, 204; dies during office, 205n.
-, — William, 39

Brydlyngtone, Thomas, 47

Brygge, John, carpenter, 242
-, — — Johanna, wife of, 242

Brygger, John, loriner 174

Brykelesworth, Peter, 106
-, — — Johanna, wife of, 106
-, — — John, son of, 106

Brys, Bris, Otho, Serjeant to the Mayor, 116, 136, 170, 195
-, — — Margaret, daughter of, wife of Hugh Davy, 170, 195
-, — — Margery, daughter of, wife of Thomas Osbarn, 170, 172

Bucherd, Ralph, 174

Budde, John, 274
-, — — Alice, wife of, 274

Budlee, Ralph, 173

Bugge, Stephen, 42, 235

Buk, Adam, 176

Bulbrook, John, 105

Bullard, Robert, 235

Bulley, Ralph, 168

Bullok, William, 150, 207

Bulmer, Ralph, Knt., 229

Bulstrode, John, 83, 240
-, — — Laurencia, wife of, 240
-, — — Matilda, daughter of, 240

Bulwyk, Richard, 225

Buntyng, Richard, 280
-, — — Margaret, wife of, 280

Burbrigge, alias Mountford, John, a chantry priest in Guildhall Chapel, 148

Burbrok, John, 86

Burdeaux, Burdeux, Robert, 240
-, — William, 58

Burdone, William, 241

Burford, John, 228, 234

Burgeys John, 39
-, — Richard, 109
-, — Thomas, 14

Burgh, John, 99
-, — Philip, 228

Burgundy, John, Duke of, complaints against, to be laid before Congress at Calais, 162-3; prolongation of truce with, 163

Burnel, John, of co. Suffolk, 20

Burnell (Hugh), Lord, 58

Burre, William, 147

Burton, Richard, set over Common Balance, 248
-, — Thomas, 203, 229
-, — William, 180, 229, 287

Burton, William, elected City Auditor, 94, 107, 189, elected M. P. for the City, 121, 251; appointed com missioner for levying a subsidy, 119

Burwell, Ralph, 44

Bury, John de, 54, 227
-, — Thomas de, 257
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, 257
-, — William, Constable of Ward of Farringdon Without, 284
-, — William, 147, 203

Busche, Busshe, William, 172, 234

"Busshe," the price of, prescribed, 194

Butchers of Estchepe, allowed to cast offal into the Thames, 22

Buxtede, co. Sussex, parson of church, taken in adultery, 274

Bydeford, John, 288

Byllyngham, Walter de, his chantry in the church of St. Helen, Bishops gate, 220

Bynam, "Flienora," 277

Byncote, William, 174

Bynde, James, 170
-, — John, 12

Bynley, John, 174

Bys, Edmund, 39

Bysmare, Bysmere, William, 55, 110, 132

Byxley, Geoffrey, 172

C

Caen, the capture of, 185, 199; vic tuals to be sent to, 188

Calais, the murder of the Duke of Gloucester at, 31n.; the Staple at, 111; negotiations for a peace at, 162-3, 164

Caldecote, Laurence, chaplain, taken in adultery, 274

Caldewelle, William, 110

Calthorpe, John, 7
-, — — Lucy, daughter of, 7

Cambridge, Parliament at, 250
-, — Statute of (1388), 82
-, — University, dispute with the City of London as to right of assay at Steresbridge Fair, 216-19, 224

Cambrigge See Cauntebrigge

Camerwell (Camberwell), co. Surrey, 157

Candia, Peter de, elected Pope under the title of Alexander V., 79

Canell, Thomas, chaplain, taken in adultery, 277

Canoun, Canowne, John, 108, 142, 233, 234

Canterbury, Archbishops of: Arundel, Thomas, 2n., 59, 115
-, Chichele, Henry, 139
-, Waldene, Roger, 2
-, — Archbishops of, their tenants claim to be quit of toll, 133

Caperoun, Robert, 173

Capmakers, "Kapmakers," Mistery of, Masters sworn, 147

Cappers and Hurers, ordinances regu lating, 29; their dispute with Hatters and Haberdashers, 176-7, 181

Caps, &c, not to be fulled by the feet or by mill, but by the hands, 29, ordi nance repealed, 176-7; unlawfully fulled, 181, 208, 248

Carario, Angelo, otherwise Pope Gregory XII., 79

Carbonell, John, 146

Cardel, William, 235

"Cardenaleshat," le, tenement called, 154

Carletone, John, 233

Carlisle, Bishop of, Thomas Merke, or Merks, 2

Carpenter, Hugh, 286, 287
-, — — Johanna, wife of, 286
-, — John, appointed Common Clerk of the City, 179; signs official documents with surname only, 197n
-, — Laurence, 207
-, — Peter, 234, 287
-, — Richard, 67, 88, 233

Carswell, John, 150, 266

Carter, John, 240
-, — William, of Westfield, co Sussex, 95
-, — — William, son of, 95

Carters, their charges prescribed, 60

Carthusian Priory, "Nomanslond" near the, 82

Carts, to be provided with tail boards, 45; engaged on the new work of the Guildhall not to be seized by Sheriffs, 115; impressment of, by King's Purveyors, 270

Caryen, John, 234

Castile and Leon, John, King of, his truce with England, 123; prolonga tion of truce, 163

Castle Baynard Ward, John Rowe beadle of, 282

Castone, John, 235

Castwater, Simon, 251
-, — — William, son of, 251

Catour, John, 233

Catworth, Thomas, grocer, 252; ar rested at Steresbridge Fair by order of the Chancellor of Cambridge Uni- versity, 216-17; his expenses paid by the City, 224

Caude, John, 58

Cauntebrigge, Cambrigge, John de, Chamberlain, 5, 15
-, — William, Grocer and Alderman, 143, 149, 154, 168, 178, 189, 190, 194, 204, 206, 210, 222, 245, 246, 248, 251, 252, 253 254, 255, 256, 257, 259, 260, 261, 267, 270, 272, 279, 282
-, — — elected Sheriff, 143; elected Mayor, 246; receives the livery of more than one mistery, viz, Ironmongers and Grocers, contrary to the ordinance, 149; contributes £100 towards City loan (1417), 203
-, — William, 126, 129
-, — — Anne, wife of, widow of John Stapleford, 126, 129

Caunterbury, John, 238, 254

Caustone, John, 126

"Ceston," co Leicester, 228

Chacombe, Thomas, 81, 82
-, — — John, son of, 81, 82
-, — — Thomas, son of, 81, 82
-, — — William, son of, 81

Chadde, John, 140, 249

Chaloner, William, 238

Chamber of the Guildhall, fines to be paid into, 41; auditors of accounts appointed, 75-6, 88, 94, 107, 117, 127-8, 189, 204, 226, 245, 261, 273
-, — Serjeants of the: Blecchele, John, 118
-, Pychard, John, 54, 189
-, — — then livery, 204, 226

Chamberlains:
-, Bederenden, "Betterdyn," John, 26, 99, 100, 134, 136, 201, 232, 239, 245, 252, 253, 254, 255, 256, 257, 259, 261, 263, 266, 268, 269, 271, 272, 273, 283
-, Cauntebrigge, John de, 5, 15
-, Chichele, John, 247, 266
-, Eynesham, William, 13, 25
-, Hille, John, 31, 85, 87, 106, 147, 148, 151, 153, 155, 167, 170, 172, 177, 178, 182, 192, 196, 203, 204, 211, 212, 222, 225, 226, 231, 232, 238, 240, 243, 269, 272
-, Odiham, Richard, 5, 16
-, Proffyt, John, 12, 20, 39, 40, 42, 43, 49, 52, 54, 56, 58, 62, 64, 65, 68, 76, 80, 81, 82, 84, 85, 87, 88, 91, 93, 99, 101, 102,

Chamberlains:
-, 103, 104, 106, 120, 122, 124, 125, 126, 130, 133, 137, 140, 143, 239, 242
-, Speleman, Stephen, 6, 7, 11, 12, 16, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 26, 31, 52
-, — ordinance as to their election taking place immediately after that of the Sheriffs, 33; not to remain in office more than two consecutive years 34; ordinance revoked, 35; election of, omission to record as formerly, 76n; the custom of their election taking place immediately after election of Sheriffs again re verted to, 189

Chamberleyn, John, chaplain, 77
-, — William, 24

Chambre See Chaumbre

Champeney, John, 174

Chances, Johanna, 286

Chandeler, John le, 125

Chantry, in memory of Robert Bray brook, Bishop of London, 46n.

Chapeley, William, 173

Chapell, Thomas, 286

Chapman, John, 235
-, — Richard, 47, 55, 181
-, — — Alice, wife of, daughter of Gilbert Pyrymon, 47
-, — William, 147

Charcoal, the price of, prescribed, 194

Charleton, John, one of the Serjeants at Mace, 181
-, — Thomas, 42, 48

Chartesey, John, 204

Chartres, besieged by the Dauphin, 255

Chatylleshunt, William, his chantry in St Paul's, 45

Chaucer, Thomas, the King's Butler and City Coroner, 21, 24, 45, 61, 115
-, — — Speaker of the House of Commons, 21n, 61n, 251n

Chaumbre, Chambre, John, 144, 176, 233
-, — William, clerk, 26
-, — William, fishmonger, 40, 54

Chaumpeners, William, his chantry in church of St. Thomas Apostle, 97

Chepe, false caps burnt in, 181

Cherche, John, 254
-, — Matthew, 6
-, — — Peter de la, called "Blake Tabler," son of, 6

Cheseman, John, 233

Chesham, John, appointed a notary public by the Emperor Sigismund, 158
-, — John, 241, 266

Chestere, John, 146

Chesterford, John, 173
-, — Robert, 171

Chesthunte, John, 44
-, — — Margery, wife of, daughter of Gilbert Pyrymon, 44

Cheyne, William, a commissioner for gaol-delivery, 145, 168, 191, 212, 240, 265; a commissioner to try cases of treason, 164, 166, 220; Chief Justice of the King s Bench, admitted to the freedom of the City, 260

Chichele, Henry, Archbishop of Can terbury, at the Guildhall, 135; pro claims John Cleydon to be a lapsed heretic, 139
-, — John, Chamberlain, 247, 266
-, — Robert, Grocer and Alderman, 12, 20, 23, 27, 36, 44n., 51, 53, 55, 59, 60, 63, 68, 69, 75, 78, 85, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 118, 123, 126, 130, 143, 168, 178, 188, 190, 206, 209, 222, 226, 246, 255, 260, 261, 262, 276, 277, 278
-, — — elected Mayor, 97, 262; elected M P for the City, 121; contributes £100 towards a City loan, 202
-, — William, Grocer and Alderman, 63, 69, 70, 75, 76, 78, 80, 84, 85, 88, 89, 94, 96, 102, 107, 108, 123, 130, 143, 178, 189, 190, 194, 202, 206, 222, 226, 277, 278
-, — — elected Sheriff, 75

Chichester, Richard Alkirtone, Canon of, invited to preach Easter sermon, 132

Chidyngleye, co. Sussex, 94

Child, John, 173
-, — Thomas, 52

Chirche, Peter, a notary public, 141, 238

Chirchesey, John, 235

Chivalle, Nicholas, 87

Christmas, interludes, &c., forbidden at, 209; "oblations" at, not to be demanded from tradespeople by servants of the Mayor or Sheriff, 225

Church festivals not to be celebrated with "bonefyres," 88

Chypsted, Thomas, 110

"Ciscestre" (Cirencester), conspira- tors meet at, 2

City, the, not to be disturbed in its chartered rights, 13; a return to be made of the names of foreigners in, their property, &c., 48; the right to appoint a Bailiff of the Thames, claimed by Mayor, &c., of, 120-1; precautions taken for safeguarding, 122; no tenements to be let to im moral tenants, 178; freemen not to prosecute at common law outside the City without permission, 19, 202

City Auditors See Chamber

City Carpenters, 102

City Customs, one citizen not to im plead another outside the City with out permission, 19, 202; the right of the Mayor to six freedoms com muted for two casks of wine, 64; of repealing unsatisfactory ordinances, 187; touching orphanage, 220-2

City Franchise, lost for impleading a citizen outside the City, 19; unfairly granted to strangers by redemption, 63; in future to be acquired only by apprenticeship, id.; lost for allowing a prisoner to escape, 118; for being fraudulently obtained, 122; for dis obeying orders of the Mayor and Aldermen, 156

City Gates, again let, notwithstanding ordinance to the contrary, 65-6

City Loans, 29, 82, 142, 143, 144, 158, 170, 176, 202 3, 214

City Masons, 102

City Officers to receive only the livery of the craft wherein they became freemen, 138, 149

Claband (Clabaud ?), Peter, 267

Clare, John, 150

Clarence, Thomas Duke of, Warden of England, 158, 163, 164; informs the Mayor, &c., of the capture of Caen, 185; informs the Mayor of the King's movements abroad, 200; his letter to the City announcing the capture of Pontoise, 224; reply thereto, id.

Claveryng, John, 110, 256, 257

Clay, William, 54

Claydich, Richard, 238

Clee, John, chantry priest in church of St. Botolph, Aldgate, 67, 92

"Clee," co. Linc., 47

Clement, John, 106

Clenhand, Thomas, 182

Clergy, heresy preached by un authorized, 7-8. See also Criminous priests.

Clerk, Clerc, Elizabeth, 283
-, — Hugh, 42
-, — — Thomas, son of, 42
-, — John, 124, 168, 234
-, — John, 274
-, — — Margaret, wife of, 274

Clerk, Clerc, John, of Queenhithe, ap- pointed Keeper of oyster measures, 68
-, — Nicholas, 195, 284
-, — — Alice, wife of, 284
-, — Richard, 153
-, — Thomas, 105, 140, 146, 223
-, — William, Prior of Holy Trinity, Aldgate, 270
-, — William, "Somnour," 274

Cleydon, John, proceedings against as a lapsed heretic, 139, 140-1

Cleyhorst, Bertram, "ducheman," 229

Cliderowe, Richard, 2, 84

Cliff, William, 203

Clifford, Richard, Bishop of London, 91, 92, 93, 94, 97

Clophille, John, 183
-, — — John, son of, 183

Clophulle, William, 7

Cloptone, Walter, 1

Cloth, subsidy granted to Edward III. from sale of, 52; agreement between Drapers and Shearmen, touching price to be paid for shearing of, 71; to be sold in places appointed by the Treasurer of England so as to safeguard the King's customs, 113-14 See also Aulnage

Clothman, Thomas, 150

Clyff, William, City Saltmeter, 120

Coal, the price of, prescribed, 44; sold in deficient sacks, 214, 215

Cobbe, John, 187

"Cobelers," their dispute with Cord wainers, 73, 74n., 96, 187; an agree ment declared void, 194

Cobham, John, 274
-, — — Johanna, wife of, 274

Cocket Seal, 18

Coggeshale, Coggeshall, Richard, dis- enfranchised for impleading a citizen outside the City, 19
-, — Thomas, 12
-, — — Thomas, son of, 12
-, — — Johanna, wife of, daughter of Gilbert Prynce, 12
-, — William, 126

Coin, clippers of, 230

Coinage, the, depreciation of, 100-1, 265

Coityf, castle of, siege of, 37

Cok, Thomas, of Candelwykstrete, 173
-, — — of Thames Street, id.

Cokayn, John, a commissioner for gaol delivery of Newgate, 35, 38, 44, 62, 90, 110, 116, 120, 131, 145, 168, 191, 212, 240, 265; a commis- sioner to try cases of treason, &c., 164, 166, 220; Chief Baron, 16, 24, 26, 30, 68; Justice of Common Bench, 205

Coke, Richard, 174

Cokerelle, Peter, 7

Cokke, Roger, 274

"Cok on the hoope" in Grub Street, 251

"Cokthresshyng" forbidden, 72

Colbrook, Robert, 153, 261, 268, 273
-, — — Johanna, wife of, daughter of Richard Wodecok, 153

Cole, Clement, 105

Coleworth, Thomas, 42

Colman, John, 82, 84
-, — — Alice, wife of, late wife of William Coventre, 82, 84

Colneye, Roger, 42

Colonna, Cardinal Otho, elected Pope with the title of Martin V., 193n.

Colpepir, John, a commissioner for gaol-delivery, 110, 116, 120

Colred, Walter, 150, 184, 186
-, — Walter, 252
-, — — Johanna, wife of, 252
-, — — John, son of, 252
-, — — John, another son of, 252
-, — — Margery, daughter of, 252
-, — — Thomas, son of, 252
-, — — Walter, son of, 252

Colshill, Colshulle, Thomas, 26, 82, 234
-, — Walter, 172, 243
-, — — Robert, son of, 172, 243

Colyer, Walter, of Chesthunt, 215

Combe, John, 55, 56, 110, 200, 259
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, 56

Combertone, William, 28

Comelond, William, chantry priest, 97

Common Balance, goods of merchant strangers to be weighed at the, 38; Richard Burton appointed to, 248

Common Clerk of the City, office of, an annual fee of £10 attached to, 179, 180

Common Clerks (Town Clerks) of the City
-, Carpenter, John, 179
-, Marchaunt, John, 19, 179

Common Council, precepts for elec tion in March, 71-72; precepts for election in December, 89, 90n., 98

Common Crier See Common Serjeants at-Arms

Common Hunt, John Courtenay admitted loco Nicholas Brincheslee, 179

Common Law, licence to a citizen to prosecute outside the City at, 190, 202

Common Pleader. See Common Serjeants-at-Law.

Common Serjeants-at-Arms:
-, Combe, John, 189, 259
-, Pichard, John, 189
-, Watlyngton, John, 65

Common Serjeants-at-Law:
-, Anne, Alexander, 283
-, Westone, John, 19, 40, 49, 78, 85, 102, 140, 141

Compters, porters of, not to give money to the Sheriffs for their places, 262; the "Brokenseld" converted into a Sheriff compter, 109

Conduit, the great, brewers not to draw water from the small pipes below, 139

Conesburgh, John, 30

Conservancy of the Thames and Medway, 58

Constance, Council of, 193, 195

Constantyn, William, 186. See also Costantyne.

Cook, Geoffrey, 287
-, — Henry, 55
-, — Janyn, 196
-, — John, 173, 274
-, — Walter, 235

Cooks and Pastelers, Mistery of, Masters sworn, 173, 207

Cool, Thomas, 58

Coopers, Coupers, to make casks of sound wood without "sappe," 75; to record their marks, 237
-, — Mistery of, Masters sworn, 207, 236, 254, 288

Copendale, Adam, 234

Copsey, Walter, 57, 234

Copshef, Walter, 150

Coquerelle, John, 89

Corbet, John, deprived of the freedom and restored 244

Corbie, merchants of, payment to the City in respect of their "composi tion" by, 75, 89, 267
-, See also Amiens and Nesle.

Corby, John, 144, 172, 176

"Cordewaners," their disagreement with "Cobelers," 73, 74n., 96, 187, 194

Cordwainers, Mistery of, Masters sworn, 150, 215, 254

Corn, scarcity of, 17; not to be ex ported without licence, 215

Cornewaleys, John, 49

Cornmeters, appointed, 120; dis charged from serving on juries, &c., id.

Cornvile, John, 234

"Corody," a, fraudulently obtained, 105

Coroner, Richard, 42

Coroner, writ of certiorari touching the right of Richard Alfeld to execute office of, 241; return thereto, id.

Coroners and King's Butlers:
-, Chaucer, Thomas, 21, 24, 45, 61, 115
-, Merbury, Nicholas, 240
-, Payne, John, 5
-, — Deputy:
-, Alfeld, Richard, 45, 61, 115, 240, 241
-, Ballye, John, 21
-, Pokelyngtone, John de, 24
-, Symcok, Nicholas, 5

Coroners of Middlesex, 242

Corriours See Curriers

Cosseham, Cosham, John, 54, 76, 180

Costantyne, William, 173. See also Constantyn

Cosyn, William, chaplain, taken in adultery, 277

Coterell, Alan, 133, 136
-, — — Flena, daughter of, wife of John Mortemer, 133, 136
-, — — Emma, daughter of, wife of William Stout, 133, 136
-, — — Johanna, wife of, afterwards wife of William Young, 133
-, — — Robert, son of, 133, 134
-, — Alan, "letherdyer," 239
-, — — John, son of, 239

Cotes, John, 109

Cotesbrook, William, 252

Cotone, Robert, Collector of petty custom in the port of London, 169

Cotoun, Thomas, 20

Cottone, Walter, Mercer and Alder man, 75, 78, 80, 82, 84, 85, 89, 97, 102, 103, 105, 106, 107, 108, 127, 203, 277, 279
-, — Walter, elected City Auditor, 75, 88; elected Sheriff, 94

Coueham, John, 47

Coule, William, 235

Coumbe, John, 65
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, wife of Richard Punchoun, 65

Couper John, 284
-, — Roger, 105
-, — Thomas, 25
-, — — Robert de Bedyngtone, co Surrey brother of, 25
-, — William, 238

Coupers. See Coopers.

"Courseclothes" or "Courcheclothes," 71 n.

"Coursour," 122

Courtenay, Richard, Bishop of Nor- wich and Treasurer, 143

Courteney, John, of Aynesford, co. Kent, admitted Common Hunt, 179

Coventre, John, Mercer and Alder man, 44n, 76, 77, 117, 147, 158, 167, 178, 189, 203, 232, 245, 246, 247, 248, 261, 262, 271, 273, 282, 283
-, — John, "lymynour,' 93
-, — Robert, 219, 234
-, — Thomas de, 15
-, — — William, son of, 15
-, — William, 76
-, — — William, son of, 76
-, — — - Alice, daughter of, 76, 77
-, — — - Johanna, wife of, afterwards wife of Richard Harpour, 77
-, — William, 82, 84, 147
-, — — Alice, wife of, afterwards wife of John Colman, 82
-, — — William, son of, 82, 84, 147

Coventry, the "unlearned" Parlia ment at, 33, 39

Cowlyngge, John, 24, 57
-, — — Katherine, wife of, after wards wife of Robert Downe, 24, 57
-, — — Geoffrey, son of, 24, 57
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, 24, 57

"Coytes," the playing with, forbidden, 125

Crabe, John, 56

Craft, William, 39

Crane, William, 234, 287

Cratfeld, William, Rector of Wortham, co Norf, 165, 166

Credy, John, 66, 147, 200, 226, 251

Creek, John, 26, 75, 88

Cressewyk, William, 49

Cressy, Gregory, 20
-, — John, 105

Creyke, Hugh, 228

Criminous priests taken in adultery, 273-87; not to be hired under penalty of paying into the Chamber double salary, 279, 286

Cringelford, Roger, 199
-, — — Agnes, daughter of, 199
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, wife of John Braumstone, 199
-, — — John, son of, 199

Cripplegate, hermitage near, 9; grant of mansion over, 65-6

Crisp, Hugh, 202

Cristemasse, Robert, 201, 252, 253

Cristendom, Robert, committed to Newgate for slandering an Alder man, 170-1, his punishment re mitted for a fine, 171

Crokstone, John, 172, 207

Crosse, John, admitted chantry priest in Guildhall Chapel, 271
-, — Richard, 234
-, — Thomas, 216, 217

Crowchere, John, 42

Croweste, Andrew, 172

Crowmer, William, Draper and Alder man, 27, 32, 36, 42, 44, 48, 51, 59, 60, 63, 68, 69, 75, 78, 84, 89, 94, 96, 97, 100, 102, 108, 118, 121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 168, 178, 189, 190, 194, 204, 206, 210, 222, 226, 239, 245, 246, 248, 261, 271, 272, 275, 276, 278, 279, 284, 285
-, — elected M. P. for the City, 57, 251; elected City Auditor, 75, 88, elected Mayor, 119; contributes £100 towards a City loan, 202

Crulle, Robert, 173

Culmer, Robert, 173, 257

Curriers, Mistery of, ordinances ap proved, 141; Masters sworn, 172

Cursaunt, Walter, 229

Curteys, John, 279
-, — — Alice, wife of, 279

Customs, the King's, safeguarded, 113-14

Cutlers, complain of Sheathers and Bladesmiths, 67
-, — Mistery of, a portion of fines, &c., received by, claimed by the Mayor, 249., ordinances not previously sanctioned by Court of Aldermen annulled, id.; Masters sworn, 150, 249-50; ordinances approved, 250

D

Dadyngton, John, 52

Dalby, John, Rector of Horsey, co. Norfolk, 92

Dallynge, Geoffrey, 142, 203

Dalton, John, 209

Dalyngrugge, Edward, Warden of the City, 23

Danyel, Richard, 215

"Danzsk" (Dantzig), 185

Darlyng, Flena, 234

Davy, Elias, 112, 193
-, — Hugh, 195
-, — — Margaret, wife of, daughter of Otho Brys, 195
-, — John, 36, 42, 51, 235
-, — Laurence, 233

Dawe, Philip, 234

Dede, Ralph, chaplain, taken in adultery, 276

Dekene, John, 229

Deknen, Bartholomew, 180

"Delbury" (Diddlebury), co. Salop, 157

Denever, John de, 25

Denne, Edmond de, 271

Dentone, Richard, 174
-, — Robert, 126

Depham, John, late chantry priest in Guildhall Chapel, 184
-, — Roger, his chantry in the church of St. Swithin, 129

Derby, Thomas, 173

Derham, Laurence, 65
-, — William, chaplain, taken in adultery, 277

Derlyng, Thomas, 106

Derman, William, 105

Dero, John, 208

Despenser, Thomas, Lord le, his conspiracy against the King, 1, 2

Deth, Thomas, 228

Devenysshe, John, 56
-, — William, 187

Deye, Richard, 58

Dieppe, burgesses of, quit of customs except on wines, 242

Dod, Richard, 276, 277
-, — — Margaret, wife of, 276

"Dodekyn," a coin, 146

Domegode, Walter, 254

Domenyk, Robert, 44

Donemowe, Walter, 14

Dorset, the Earl of, Captain of the town of Harfleur, 159n.

Dorwell, Robert, 233

Dover, men at arms to gather at, to cross to France, 164

Dowe, John, 207

Downe, Richard (Robert?), 24, 57

Downyng, William, 238

Drake, Thomas, 89

Drapers, Mistery of, brokers elected by, 13; the Keeper of the Seld of Bakwell Hall elected by, 42; then settlement with Mistery of Shear men touching price to be paid for shearing cloth, 71

"Drawebrigge," le, on London Bridge, 166

Draycote, John de, alias Baron, 11

Draytone, Alice, 235
-, — Richard, 267

Drew, John, 21, 68, 126, 147, 177, 239
-, — — Albreda, daughter of, 68, 126, 147

Drew, John, Johanna, daughter of, 68, 126, 147
-, — — Margaret, daughter of, 68, 147
-, — — William, son of, 68, 126, 177, 239

Dromy, David de, 95

Droste, Henry, 95

Drury, John, 146

Dryffeld, Thomas, 234

Dufhous, Thomas, 23, 128, 203, 226, 239, 261, 273, 283, 284, 285

Duke, Thomas, 55, 69, 70, 75, 76
-, — — elected Sheriff, 69

Dunche, John, 233

Dunton, Augustine, 133

Durham, Thomas Langley, Bishop of, 59, 205

Durham, Durem, Laurence, 14, 52
-, — Thomas, chaplain, taken in adultery, 273

Dutton, Johanna, 278

Dyce, John, 104

"Dyces," the playing with, forbidden, 125

Dyers, Mistery of, Masters sworn, 150, 173, 174, 215, 240
-, — — Wardens sworn, 240

Dylkes, Thomas, 35

Dys, Dyse, John, 185, 201

Dyster, Thomas, 111
-, — — Elena, daughter of, 111

Dystree, Thomas, 10
-, — — Johanna, wife of, 10

E

Easter Sermon, 132

East Hanningfield (co. Essex), church of All Saints, 11

Ebgate, otherwise Oystergate, 138

Edmond, Thomas, 234

Edrych, William, 234

Edward, Henry, 22
-, — Robert, 22, 79
-, — Thomas, 245
-, — William, 148, 153, 208, 251

Edward III., a subsidy from sale of cloth granted to, for remission of forfeitures, 52

Eels, ordinance touching the sale of, 101-2

Eldward or Elward, Richard, chap lain, taken in adultery, 281

Elections, no one to attend, unless specially summoned, 34; elections of Mayor or Sheriff not to be preju diced by noisy clamour, 159

"Elephant," the, a tenement called, 97

Elingham, Katherine, 187

Elken, Robert, 233

Elkyn, Robert, Constable of Lang- bourn Ward, 282

Eltham, the Emperor Sigismund at, 158

Eltone, Richard, 42, 52, 203, 208

Elyot, Richard, 173, 230

Elys, John, 44, 81, 187
-, — — Beatrix, wife of, 81

Enderby, William, under Sheriff, re- moved from office, 209-10

Englisshe, William, 235

Enstone, Walter, chaplain, taken in adultery, 278

Enterdene, Robert, 51
-, — William, 58

Erehithe (Erith, co. Kent), unlawful nets used by fishermen of, 58

Erhithe, John, 257

Erle, alias Lumberd, John, 234

Ermyn, William, 14

Ernelee, Mark, 8

Erntone, William, 12

Erpyngham, Thomas, 1

Eryot, Ralph, 144

Esgastone, Ergastone, John, 51, 180
-, — Richard, 126, 269

Essex, William, 174

Est, William, a Serjeant of the Mayor, to have the same fee as other Ser jeants of the Chamber on retire- ment, 9, 19; mansion on London Bridge granted to, 259

Estchepe, butchers of, allowed to cast offal into the Thames, 22; the "bocherye" in, 61; metes and bounds within which flesh may be sold there, 126

Estcote, Philip, 207

Estfeld, William, 136, 249, 266, 281, 282, 283
-, — — elected Sheriff, 273

"Esthanyfeld". See East Hanning- field.

Estone, John, 156
-, — William, 238

Eve, Michael, 235

Everard, Alan, Mercer and Alder- man, 143, 154, 178, 189, 190, 222
-, — — elected M. P. for the City, 33, 121; elected Auditor, 94; elected Sheriff, 143; contributes £40 towards City loan, 203

Evote, William, Draper and Alder- man, 4
-, — — elected Sheriff, 10
-, — William, 32, 84

Evote, William, John, son of, 32
-, — — Thomas, son of, 84
-, — — William, son of, 84

Evyot, William, 240

Ewayn, Richard, 167

Ewell, Henry, 181

Excetre, Robert de, Prior of Christ Church, 36

Exchequer, inquisition as to dues withheld from the King s, 49, 51-2

Exeter, Edmund Stafford, Bishop of, 18
-, — Thomas Beaufort, Duke of, his expedition to France (1418), 195, 197n

Extone, Nicholas, 5, 66
-, — Nicholas, 16, 24, 26, 30
-, — — Agnes, daughter of, 16, 26, 30
-, — — Elizabeth, daughter of, wife of Robert, son of William Berdewell, Knight, 16, 30
-, — Thomas, 25, 26, 146

Eynesham, William, 13, 25

Eyr, Simon, 215, 219
-, — — Katherine, wife of, daugh ter of John Mullyng, 219

F

"Fagot," wood called, its price prescribed, 44

Fairs, the City's right to appoint their own Wardens at, disputed by the Chancellor of Cambridge University, 217-19

Faman, John, 233
-, — Robert, 229

Farndone, Nicholas, 154

Farneborgh, John, 235

Farnell, Alexander, 128

Farringdon Without, Ward of, William Bury, Constable, 284

Fastolf, Johanna, 221
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, wife of John Bryan, 221
-, — — - William, son of, 220, 221

Fauconer, Thomas, Draper and Alder man, 23, 32, 36, 51, 57, 59, 60, 69, 75, 78, 85, 89, 94, 96, 97, 107, 108, 113, 117, 118, 123, 127, 130, 131, 133, 135, 136, 138, 139, 140, 142, 143, 149, 156, 168, 178, 188, 189, 190, 194, 204, 206, 222, 226, 239, 245, 246, 248, 253, 261, 271, 272, 275, 276, 277, 278, 279, 283, 284, 285

Fauconer, Thomas, appointed a com- missioner for levying a subsidy, 25; elected Sheriff, 27; elected M. P. for the City, 95, 145, 248, 253, 262n., 270n; elected Mayor, 130, builds the postern called "Moregate," 137n; accused of falsifying a record, 170-1; falsely charged by John Russell with having procured the death of Richard Gurmyn, a heretic, 180; contributes 40 marks towards loan (1417), 203

Felype, Thomas, 109

Femylle, John, 239

"Ferdkyns," made of unsound wood, 118

Fereby, Feriby, Henry, 235
-, — William, 2

Ferrour, Thomas, 208
-, — William, 234, 264, 287

Feswick, John, 287

Figeyr, Bernard, "Gascoyn," 274

"Filehewer," 87

Finsbury Moor See "More," la

Fish, to be sold in places appointed, 61, 71, 82, 124; its price to be arranged by the Mayor and the owner, 168-9; salmon in the Thames and Medway to be pre served, 47; ordinance for protec tion of, 257

Fishmongers, Fraternity of, in St Magnus Church, 280
-, — Mistery of, brokers elected by, 12; the Masters to see that the ordinance giving precedence to the Rector of St Peter's, Cornhill, over other City Rectors is observed, 188n.

Fissher, Henry, 150, 240

Fithyan, Johanna, 276

Fitz Alan, Thomas, Earl of Arundel, 247
-, — — Beatrix, wife of, 247

Fitz Andrew, Richard, 106, 192, 198, 232
-, — — Agnes, daughter of, 192
-, — — Agnes, wife of, 232
-, — — Idonia, daughter of, 106, 192, 198
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, 106, 192, 198
-, — — Matilda, daughter of, 106, 192
-, — — Richard, son of, 106, 192, 232
-, — — Robert, son of, 192, 198
-, — — Roger, son of, 192, 198
-, — — Thomas, son of, 192
-, — Roger, 106

Fitz Hugh, William, 94, 107, 128, 143

Fitz Piers, John, 274
-, — — Cristina, wife of, 274

Fitz Robert, Martin, 100
-, — — Robert, son of, 100
-, — Robert, 21, 89, 128, 203

Flanders, the truce with, 73, 83, 104, 232; complaint of deceit practised in linen and woollen manufacture in, 257

Flawner, John, 126

Flecchers, Mistery of, ordinances of, 25, Masters sworn, 207, 240

Flegge, Simon, 105

Flemyng, John, 135

"Flesshammes" (flesh shambles), parish of St. Nicholas, 124

Flesshe, John, 207

Flete, Richard, 147, 207, 234
-, — Simon, 112
-, — William, 63, 128

"Flourdelys," le, tenement called, 154

Foorde, William, 219

Forcermakers, Mistery of, ordinances, 51

Forde, Thomas of, "sothseyer," con demned to the pillory, 196-7

Foreigners, not to carry arms in the City, 43; a return to be made of property in the City held by, 48; again restricted in their trading, 69

Forest, John, 277
-, — — Alice, wife of, 277

Forster, Agnes, 281
-, — John 146, 274
-, — Richard, 16, 24
-, — Robert, 48

Fossard, John, 105

"Foteball," forbidden, 72, 125

Foucher, William, 180

Fouler John 173
-, — Richard, 240

Founder, William, 245 6

Founders, Mistery of, Masters sworn, 144, 173, 240

Fox, John, 105
-, — William, 229, 235

Framelyngham, William, Skinner and Alderman, 15, 23, 27, 36

Franc, Robert, 234

France, victuals for, to be free of duty or freightage, 232
-, — the war with, 73, 101, 131, 134, 144, 151, 152, 159, 161, 162, 163, 174, 175, 230, 255

Franke, Thomas, 185
-, — William, 228, 238

Frankeleyn, Robert, 174

Frankeleyn, William, 47
-, — — John, son of, 47

Fraunceys, Adam, knight, a com missioner for raising money, 48
-, — Adam, chantries in Guildhall Chapel founded by, 148, 177, 259, 271
-, — John, Goldsmith and Alderman, 4, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 23, 27, 36
-, — — elected Mayor, 10
-, — William, 238 See also Godman

Fray, Alice, 278

Freke, John, 233
-, — Thomas, 146

Freman, Ralph, 54, 67
-, — — Cristina, daughter of, 54
-, — — Dionisia, daughter of, wife of Roger Birchynshawe, 54, 67
-, — — Simon, son of, 54

Frenche, Frensshe, John, 146, 147, 173, 224, 288
-, — — John, son of, 147
-, — John, 40, 77
-, — — Katherine, wife of, for merly wife of John Hardewyk, 40
-, — Richard, 284
-, — — Katherine, wife of, 284
-, — William, 173

Frepors, Frepurs, Richard, 198, 234

Friars Preachers, a Council held at the house of, 162, 175-6

"Friturers," Mistery of, Masters sworn, 150

Froldebury, James, 254

Frost John, 235
-, — Nicholas, 173
-, — Sir Walter, chaplain, 219

Frowyk, Henry, Mercer and Alder- man, 231, 282, 283, 284, 285
-, — — elected City Auditor, 261, 273; elected M. P. for the City, 270n.
-, — Henry, chantries in Guildhall Chapel founded by, 148, 177-8, 259, 271
-, — Henry, 266
-, — — Isabella, wife of, formerly wife of William Otes, 266

Fryth, John, 238, 288
-, — Thomas, 105

Fulburne, John, 254

Fullere, Nicholas, 233
-, — Richard, 151, 240

Fullers, not to send cloth to the mills unless cleaned and washed, 11
-, — Mistery of, Masters sworn, 173, 207

Fulthorpe, John, 165, 166

Furnivall, Thomas de, one of the Treasurers of War, 37

Fych, William, 174

Fynche, Robert, 207

Fysshe, John, 254
-, — William, 24, 174

Fyssher, William. See Parchemyner

G

Gace, Adam, 110

"Galihalpens," the use of, forbidden, 146

Galochemakers and Pouchmakers, Mistery of, Masters sworn, 150, 173, 207

Galtres, Robert, 228, 229

Galyant, Walter, City Saltmeter, 120

Gamelyn, John, 229

Gamme, Hugh, 199

Garlykhythe frequented by yeomen tailors, 136

Garthorpe, Robert, 260

Gascoigne, William, Chief Justice, passes judgment on William Serle for treason, 31; a commissioner for gaol-delivery of Newgate, 35, 38, 44, 62, 90, 110

Gascony, wine of, 71

Gate, John, 269
-, — — Alice, wife of, daughter of John Parys, 269

Gaunstede, William, Rector of St Margaret Moses, 54

Gawtroun, Walter, 88, 104, 117
-, — — Johanna, wife of, formerly wife of Walter Kynge, 104
-, — Walter, elected M. P. for the City, 81, 109, 113

Gayton, Alice, 234

Gaytone, John de, 90

Gebon, John, of "Brandonferye" (co Norf ?), 229

Gedeney, Gedney, John, Draper and Alderman, 106, 142, 168, 189, 190, 194, 204, 206, 222, 226, 245, 246, 261, 271, 279, 283, 285
-, — — elected M P for the City, 129 elected Alderman of Farring don Without, but refuses to take the oath, 142; elected Sheriff, 189; contributes £20 towards loan (1417), 203; appointed collector of sub sidy, 265
-, — William, 234

Geese to be sold entire, 169

Geffrey, William, 234

George, Richard, 265
-, — William, 105, 173

Gerard, John, 12

Germyn, John, 245

Gerondone, co. Lincoln, John, Abbot of Monastery of, 9

Gest, David, 259

Gevyn, Givayn, Peter, 137, 151, 229

Gilbert, Richard, 24
-, — William, 173

Gildesborgh, Alice, 235

Gildesburgh, John de, 59
-, — Sir Peter de, 59

Giles, Robert, 234

Gille, Richard, 196, 241
-, — — Elizabeth, daughter of, 196, 241
-, — — Matilda, wife of, 196

Girdlers, Mistery of, Masters sworn, 150, 254, ordinances confirmed by letters patent, 158

Girdles presented to the Mayor, &c., as being false, 184, 187

Gisburgh, co. York, 228

Givayn See Gevyn

Gland, Johanna, 277

Glasiers, Mistery of, Master sworn, 240

Glatton, John, chantry priest in Guildhall Chapel, 93

Glene, Hugh, 228, 233

Gloucester, Henry IV. at, 62; Par liament at, 66, 69; the "honour" of, 139
-, — Humphrey, Duke of, Warden of England, 135, 232, 240, 251, 253, 260
-, — — his chaplain taken in adultery, 285
-, — Thomas, Duke of, his death at Calais, 31n

Glyn, Walter, 235

Glyvyan, Thomas, 7

Goby, John, 185

Godard, John, 17
-, — — Anne, daughter of, wife of Thomas Wysshe, 17
-, — — Cecilia, wife of, after wards wife of William Sudbury, 17
-, — — Katherine, daughter of, wife of Peter Wymondham, 17
-, — Martin, 17, 142, 143, 148, 181, 249

Godeman, Goodmane, John, 150, 165

Godes, William, 14

Godesball, William, 184

Godfrey, William, 208

Godman, otherwise Fraunceys, John, 154
-, — — Elizabeth, wife of, 154

Godrich, Simon, 11

Godyn, John, 253 264
-, — — Isabella, wife of, dau of Sir Hugh "Holes," Justice, 253, 264

Godyng, John, 153
-, — Thomas, 234

Goldbeaters, Mistery of, allowed to elect Masters and Wardens, 9

Goldryng, John, 234

Goldsmiths, Mistery of, 153, 154, 155

Goldyng, John, of Edmonton, 52
-, — — Margaret, daughter of, wife of John Pourche, 52

Golenge, John, 238

Goodborugh, John, 109

Goodburgh, Lucas, 269
-, — — Agnes, wife of, daughter of John Parys, 269

Goring, William, 7

Gorthorpe, Thomas, 54

Gosselyn, Richard, Ironmonger and Alderman, 262, 271, 273, 282, 283
-, — — elected M. P. for the City, 251; elected Sheriff, 261

Gowe, Henry, 229, 287

Gower, William, City Cornmeter, 120

Grace, John, 104, 144
-, — William, Rector of H. Trinity the Less, taken in adultery, 282

Grafton, co. Northampton, 95

Grantham, John, 91, 199
-, — William, 65, 87, 91, 144, 180, 203

Gratley, Thomas, 234

Graunger, William, 170, 246, 249

Graunt, John, 150

Gravesend ships to gather at, 161, a tax imposed on boat-owners plying between the City and, 263

Gray, Robert, 126

Gregory XII, Pope, Angelo Carario styled, 79

Grene, Henry, 234
-, — John, City Cornmeter, 120
-, — John, Master of Mistery of Cordwainers, 254, 256
-, — Marion, 285
-, — Thomas, 234

Gretyng, John, 55

Greyve, Thomas, 133

Griffith, Thomas, 266
-, — — Giles, son of, 266
-, — — William, son of, 266

Grocers, Mistery of, brokers elected by, 12

Grove, John, 29
-, — Richard, 140, 174

"Grubstrete," 251

Gryffyn, John, 235

Grymmesby, John, 234

Grymstone, Edward, 139

Guildhall, the new work of, a work man engaged on, discharged from serving on juries, &c., 107; money raised for, 111-12; carts engaged thereon not to be seized by Sheriffs, 115

Guildhall Chapel, chantries in, 9, 92, 93, 148, 177-8, 184, 259, 271
-, — a Mass celebrated in, at elec tion of Mayor, 52-3
-, — College of, 10, 11

Guild Merchant of Winchester, 70

Guldeford, Sir Henry de, his chantry, 241

Gurlewyn, Laurence, 172

Gurmyn, Richard, baker, burnt for heresy, 180

Guy, John, 198, 211
-, — Roger, 12

"Guyene" (Guienne), privileges en joyed by merchants of, 40

Guylliam, Arnald, 79

Gyboun, John, 276
-, — — Alice, wife of, 276

Gyffard, William, 26

Gylam, William, 174

Gyles, William, 213

Gynore, William, 165

H

Haberdashers, their dispute with Cappers and Hurers, 176-7, 181
-, — Mistery of, Masters sworn, 144, 173, 215, 254; the Masters complain of having been defrauded by a wrongful admission to the freedom of the City, 257-8

Hacche, Thomas, 254

Haddone, John, 165, 244

Haderham alias Ramsey, John, chantry priest in church of St. Swithin, 129

Hadle, Hadley, co. Suffolk, 133, 228

Hadlee, John, Grocer and Alderman, 4, 10, 15, 23, 27, 32, 36, 51, 275, 276
-, — — elected M. P. for the City, 21; one of the Treasurers of the King's wars, 28, 29

Hake, Andrew, 4

Hakeney (Hackney), "les lokes" for lepers at, 184

Hakeneye, William, 186

Halle, John, 23, 240
-, — Robert, 166
-, — Thomas, 112

Haltone, Henry, Grocer and Alderman, 54, 60, 63, 68, 70, 75, 78, 80, 88, 89, 96, 97, 102, 107, 108, 117, 118, 123, 127, 130, 143, 277, 278, 279

Haltone, Henry, elected Sheriff, 59
-, — — elected M. P. for the City, 81
-, — Henry, 26, 203
-, — — Blanche, daughter of, 203
-, — — Elizabeth, daughter of, 203
-, — — Margaret, daughter of, 203
-, — — Margery, wife of, widow of John Osborne, and afterwards wife of John Welles, 26, 203
-, — — Richard, son of, 203
-, — — Robert, son of, 203, 204
-, — — Thomas, son of, 203
-, — William, 85, 210

Hammes, Castle of, 29

Hamptone, Elianora, 265
-, — Emma, 265
-, — John, senior, 265
-, — — junior, 265
-, — Laurence, 51
-, — Thomas, 231

Hamptone See Southampton

Hanaps, not to be used for retailing ale, 98

Hanchere, Thomas, 234

Hanchirche, Hugh, 272
-, — — Margery, wife of, formerly wife of Thomas White, 272

Hancok, Thomas, 234
-, — William, 238

Hane, John, 105

Hankeford, Hangford, William, a commissioner for gaol-delivery of Newgate, 44, 62, 90, 110, 116, 120, 131, 145, 156, 157, 168, 191, 212, 240, 265; Chief Justice, 205; a commissioner for trying cases of treason, 220; proceedings against certain conspirators, &c., before, 227, 230; witness to a writ of certiorari, 271

"Hansylette." 112n.

Hanwell, Augustine, 235

Haper William, 146

Hardewyk, John, 40, 77
-, — — Alice, daughter of, 40
-, — — Isabella, bastard daughter of, 40, 77
-, — — Katherine, wife of, after wards wife of John Frensshe, 40

Hardy, John, 207

Hardyng, John, 234-5

Harefleu, Harflew (Harfleur), the King announces his arrival at, 131; City loan to the King for his voyage to, 144; a proposal to place the town in the hands of the Emperor and the Duke of Holand, 152; proclamation inviting mer chants, &c., to reside at, 159; pro clamation to send victuals, &c., to, 161; alleged to have been betrayed, 230

Harewdon, Haryndone, Sir William, Prior of Christchurch, 60, 69, 92, 97, 108, 118, 128, 130, 167, 190n., 206, 221

Harlestone, Roger, 12

Harlewyn, Hugh, 201, 252, 253
-, — Laurence, 207

Harlowe, Richard, 233

Harlyng, William, City Saltmeter, 120

Harpour, Richard, 76, 77
-, — — Johanna, wife of, formerly wife of William Coventre, 76, 77

Harry, John, 238
-, — William, 105, 234

Harrys, John, 243, 247

Hasele, Hasley, Thomas, 231, 238
-, — Walter, 142

Hastyng, John, the Mayor's Fsquire, 259

Hatfeld, Hatfield, John, 52
-, — Richard, 165, 227, 249, 250, 262, 268

Hathewyke, Margaret, 287

Hatters. See Haberdashers

Haue, John, 238

Haukeswelle, John, a Coroner in co York, 228, 229

Haute, William, 220, 222
-, — — Margaret, wife of, 220, 222

Haverhille, Haverille, John, 52, 233

Haverisham, William, 99

Hawkhurst, co. Kent, 273

Haxstone, Robert, grocer, 26; elected M P for the City, 33

Hayford, Peter, 51
-, — Thomas, 234

Haytone, Nicholas, 58

Hearsay evidence (fides media), 155

Hebden, Johanna, 282

Hebell, John, 285
-, — — Agnes, wife of, 285

Hecchendene, Henry, 125
-, — — Alice, wife of, 125
-, — — Henry, son of, 125

Hechecok, Richard, 233

Heed, Alexander, 229

Hegge, Richard, chaplain, charged with abduction, 285

Heggerley, Hugh, 284
-, — — Cecilia, wife of, 284

Heley, John, 234

Hende, John, Draper and Alderman, 4, 10, 23, 36, 38, 39, 40, 43, 53, 92, 276
-, — — elected Mayor, 36

Henle, Thomas, 99

Henney, Richard, chaplain, taken in adultery, 281

Henry III, King of Castile, 83n., 110-11
-, — Katherine, wife of, daughter of John of Gaunt, id.

Henry IV, inquisition at Newgate and the Tower touching conspiracy against, 1-4, writ forbidding any one to molest the City in its chartered rights, 13; City loans to, 18, 48n., appoints a Commission to in quire as to money and rents due to him, 49; return made by the same, 51-2; appoints Ambassadors for prolongation of truce with France and Flanders, 73; a general pardon granted by, id.; grants licence in mortmain to the City, 92; recovers Aquitaine, 102; City loan of 10,000 marks towards expenses, 104, his death recorded, 113n.

Henry V, his accession, 113; his first Parliament, 113n.; grants a general pardon, 119, 132, 136; his truce with John of Castile, 123, charters of pardon granted by, 132, 169; writ for those in his service to come to London to receive orders, 134; informs the Mayor of his purpose to cross the sea for the recovery of his possessions, 135; writ for safeguarding the City during his absence abroad, 138; informs the City of a plot to place the Earl of March on the throne, 140n.; proclamations touching his expedi tion to France, 151, 152; holds a Council at Blackfriars, 152n., 162, 175-6; prepares to set out for France, 161; is at Harfleur, id.; sets sail from Dover for France (4 Sept., 1416), 164; arrives at Calais, id, prepares to set sail for France (April, 1417), 171, letter from the Mayor, &c., to, desiring to hear of his welfare, 182, notifies the Mayor of the surrender of the Castle of Touques, 183; reply to the King's letter, 184; informs the Mayor, &c., of the capture of Caen, 185; letter from the Mayor to, assuring him of the City's tranquillity, 193; announces to the Mayor, &c., the capture of Louviers, 199; also Pont de Larche, id.; lays siege to Rouen, 200; pledges jewels as security for a loan, 203; assigns custom on wool in place of jewels, 214, his letter to the City an- nouncing the capture of Pontoise, 224, reply thereto, id.; letters of thanks to the City for promised aid, 225; alleged conspiracy against, 228; at Melun, 242; at Mantes, 255; informs the Mayor by letter of his movements, id, his death an- nounced to the City, 270

Henry VI., announcement of the birth of, 264; his accession, 270

Hercy, Richard, 235

Herdyll, Elyas, 235

Hereford, Thomas, 56

Heremyt, Robert, chaplain, 105

Heresy Heretics, writ for putting down the preaching of heresy, 7-8; heretics to be delivered over to the secular authorities for punishment, 14n, 116n; Statute de heretico comburendo, 14; chaplains not to favour Lollardry, 116; the property of heretics not to be unlawfully seized, 122; John Cleydon burnt for heresy, 139, 140-1; Richard Gurmyn do., 180

Herewich (Harwich), 185

Herkstede, William de, 94

Herlawe, Richard, 223

Hert, Henry, 7, 87
-, — — elected Keeper of the Seld of Bakwell Hall, 42

Hertlee, Nicholas, 64
-, — — Thomas, son of, 64

Hertwelle, John, 105, 111, 261

Hervy, Richard, 185

Herward, John, 129
-, — Simon, 261
-, — — Margaret, daughter of, 261

Hetercete, Juliana, 235

Heylond, John, 235

Heyne, John, 43

Hide, William, 21
-, — — Aubrey, wife of, 21
-, — — William, son of, 21

Higham, Hiham, John, draper, 239; elected City Auditor, 245; elected M P for the City, 248, 253; ap- pears as Sheriff, 283

Higyn, John, 11

Hildy, John, 229

Hille, John, Chamberlain, 31, 85, 87, 106, 147, 148, 151, 153, 155, 167, 170, 172, 177, 178, 182, 192, 196, 203, 204, 211, 212, 222, 225, 226, 231, 232, 234, 235, 238, 240, 243, 254, 269, 272, 287

Hille, John, 146
-, — John, 269
-, — — Johanna, wife of, 269
-, — Richard, 144
-, — Robert, a commissioner for gaol- delivery, 110, 116. See also Hylle.
-, — William, 234

Hilling, John, 14

Hillory, Robert, 133

Hiltone, John, 228
-, — Robert, 235

Hodesdone, Sewal, 9

Hodewey, Henry, 254
-, — — Elizabeth, daughter of, wife of Thos. Scotte, 254, 255
-, — — Emma, wife of, after wards wife of Nicholas Tunwell, 254
-, — — Robert, son of, 254

Hogge, Stephen, 58

Hoggeman, Ralph, 225

Hoke, Nicholas, 126

Hoke or Hook, Thomas, 70

Hokere, William, 173

"Hokkyng," "Hokkedayes," 48, 72, 85, 124, 161, 194, 211

Holand, David, 281
-, — Ralph, 285
-, — Robert, 254
-, — William, 254

Holand, Holland, John de, Earl of Huntyngdone, his conspiracy against the King, 1; executed at Plesshy, 2n
-, — — John, son of, restored to the Earldom, 151n.
-, — Thomas, Earl of Kent, his conspiracy against the King, 1; put to death at Cirencester, 2n.

Holbec, John, 235

Holbeche, John, 59
-, — Roger, 243

Holes, David, 253

"Holes" or "Huls," Sir Hugh, Knight, Justice, 253, 264
-, — — Isabella, daughter of, wife of John Godyn, 253, 264
-, — Hugh, a commissioner for gaol- delivery, 38, 44, 62, 90, 110, 116, 120, 131

Holland, Duke William of, 152

Holme, Matthew, 185
-, — Walter, 187, 228, 254
-, — Sir William, chantry priest in Guildhall Chapel, 148

Holt Market, co. Norfolk, 104, 114

Holyn, John, 267
-, — — Margaret, wife of, formerly wife of John Tetford, 267

Holy Trinity or Christchurch, Priors of:
-, Clerk, William, 270
-, Excetre, Robert de, 36
-, Harewdon, Haryndone, Sir William, 60, 61, 92, 97, 108, 118, 128, 130, 167, 190n., 206, 221
-, — — the Prior of, as Alderman, 27, 89

Holy Trinity the Less, church of, Rector taken in adultery, 282

"Honour" of Gloucester, the, 139

Hoo, John, 254

Hoods of the City colours, viz., red and white, to be worn at ridings, 98

Hooke, John, 58, 238

Hore, John, 49

Horewode, John, Rector of All Saints, East Hanningfield, 11

Horn, William, 16
-, — — William, son of, 16

"Hornden" (Horndean, co. Hants?), 229

Hornechirche, John, 47

Horners, Mistery of, Masters sworn, 172

Hornittstede, Henry, a plot of land on Houndisdiche granted by the City to, 189

Hornytoft, Henry, 219

Horold, John, 26, 234
-, — William, cooper, condemned to the pillory for applying gum and resin to his wine casks. 214

Horsey, co. Norfolk, John Dalby, Rector of, 92

Hortone, Roger, 168, 191, 212, 265

Horwold, John, 150

Hosard, Constance, 235

Hossey, John, 214

Hostelers to warn their "hosts" against carrying arms, 73; to keep their houses open as prescribed, 86-7, 93, 134
-, — Mistery of, a translation to Mistery of Brewers from, 264

Hosyer, John, 233

Hotone, Alexander, 228

Houndesdiche near Newgate, 219

Howe, Thomas, 238

"Hoystrys" (oysters), 79

Hukster, Johanna, 275

Hulle, Robert, a commissioner for gaol-delivery, 131, 145, 168, 191, 212, 240, 265
-, — Robert, 209
-, — — Johanna, wife of, formerly wife of Thomas Boold, 209

Huls, Sir Hugh. See Holes.

Humber, John, 235

Hundene, Peter, 130

Hungerford, Walter, Knight, robbed by conspirators against the King, 3

Hunspell, Walter, 234

Hunt, Andrew, 187, 252
-, — William, 269

Huntingdone, Earl of. See Holand.

Hurdle, the, a punishment for fraudulent bakers, 53

Hurers, Mistery of, Masters sworn, 207. See also Cappers.

Hurlebatte, John, 141, 142
-, — — Johanna, wife of, daughter of Nicholas Aghton, 141

Hurlok, John, 165

Husk, John, 200

Husting, proceedings in Court of, suspended (owing to the plague ?), 64; Parliamentary elections to take place in the, 81; to resume its sitting on St. Botolph's Day now that the Fair at Boston had been abandoned, 159

"Hwet," John, 238

Hyde, John, 229
-, — William, Sheriff, 410

Hylle, Robert, a commissioner to try cases of treason, 164. See also Hille.

Hyndon, John, Beadle of the Ward of Billingsgate, 276

I

Iceland, frequented by fishermen, 160

Idecombe, James, 170

Idesale, Margaret, 248

"Ikham" (Ickham, co Kent), 116

Illuminators or Lymenours, their ordinances approved, 25-6

Illyng, William, 234

Impyngham, Henry, 259

Inglond, Simon, 105

Ingram, John, 109, 238
-, — Simon, 17

Ingylfeld, Stephen, 58

Innocent VII., Pope, appoints Roger Waldene Bishop of London, 43

Inquest on a death held before the Mayor as King's Escheator, 185

"In the hey," Robert, 109

"In the Lane," William, of Grafton, co. Northampton, 95
-, — — Thomas, son of, 95

Ireland, rebellion in, 170; the Irish in England to return to Ireland, 170

Ironmongers, Mistery of, a broker elected by, 12

Isham, Robert, 268
-, — — Margaret, wife of, daughter of William Radwelle, 268

J

Jaket, Roger, 99
-, — — Johanna, daughter of, wife of Thomas Twygge, 99, 100
-, — — John, son of, 99

James, Jamys, Nicholas, Fishmonger and Alderman, 141, 142, 158, 189, 203, 204, 211, 273, 282, 283
-, — — elected M. P. for the City, 145; elected a Warden of London Bridge, 226
-, — Philip, 234

Jargevyle, Richard, 14

"Jarpenvylle," Richard, Serjeant of the Mayor, 19

Jepe, Richard, 229

Jescok, Richard, 173

Joce, John, 154, 155

Johan, Alan, 234

John II., King of Castile, a truce with, 83

John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, 83n.
-, — Constance of Castile, wife of, id.

John, Lodowic (Lewis), Keeper of the King's Exchange in London and Calais, 114; allowed to issue letters of exchange to foreign paits for a term of three years, 126

John, William, 234

Joiners, Mistery of, allowed to elect Wardens, 13; Masters sworn, 150, 174, 208

Jolyf, John, 276
-, — Philip, 62
-, — Thomas, 209

Jonessone, William, 229

Joye, John, 252, 267

"Joynours" See Joiners

Julian, Henry, 263
-, — — Constance, daughter of, 263
-, — — John, son of, 263

Julyan, Henry, elected Warden of London Bridge, 35, 59, 107

Jungingen, Ulric de, Master General of the Order of Teutonics, 77

Jurdan, William, 233

Jurdone, John, 174

Justice, Richard, 153

Jynne, Richard, 174

K

"Kailes," the playing with, forbidden, 125

Kake, Robert, 83
-, — — Thomas, son of, 83

"Kapmakers." See Capmakers.

Katherine, Queen, wife of Henry V., her coronation, 250; announces birth of Prince Henry, 264

Kayle, Nicholas, 94
-, — — Thomas, son of, 94

Kebel, Kebyll, Thomas, 59, 234

Kelseye, Alice, 171

Kempe, Gerard, of Flanders, 172
-, — John, Bishop of London, admits a chantry priest in Guildhall Chapel, 271

Kempster, Johanna, 275

Kenaky, John, 235

Kene (Keue ?), Nicholas, 234

Kenet, William, 14

Kent, Earl of. See Holand.
-, — Sheriff of, to assist in the preservation of salmon, &c., in the Thames and Medway, 47

Kent, Beneyt, 58
-, — John (de), 238, 245
-, — Thomas de, 233
-, — William, "peautre," 148
-, — William, skinner, 148
-, — William, cordwainer, 229

Kentoys, John, 17
-, — — Margaret, wife of, after- wards wife of Thomas Fulham, 17
-, — — Thomas, son of, 17

"Kenyngtone" (Kenton, manor of ?), 4

Kersyng, John, 87

"Ketilhat," 128

Ketringham alias Wighe, Nicholas, 208

Ketyng, John, 233

Kilsole, Richard, 234

King's Butler, Thomas Chaucer, 21, 24, 45, 61, 115; John Mersshe, 84

King's Escheator, the Mayor for the time being as, 156, 185

King's Purveyors or Takers not to be provided with victuals, carts, &c., without showing commission, 60-1; steps taken to restrict purveyance, 61n.; to victual ships without delay, 162; not to hinder the Mayor from victualling ships for the King's service, 172; William Redhede convicted of pretending to be one of, 174; a baker arrested for pretending to be one, 270. See also Purveyance.

Kirkeby, Adam, chaplain, taken in adultery, 278

Kirtone, John, 268

Knighthood, distraint of, 90

Knolles, Thomas, Grocer and Alderman, 1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 15, 19, 23, 27, 32, 36, 44n., 51, 53, 60, 63, 68, 69, 75, 78, 80, 88, 89, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 102, 103, 107, 108, 117, 118, 123, 127, 130, 143, 167, 188, 189, 190, 204, 206, 209, 222, 226, 246, 248, 261, 275, 276, 278, 279, 283, 285
-, — — elected Mayor, 4, 89; appointed a commissioner for levying a subsidy, 99; one of the Treasurers of the King's Wars, 28-9; elected M. P. for the City, 158; contributes £200 towards a City loan, 202
-, — Thomas, senior, 126, 143, 172
-, — Thomas, junior, 126, 143, 177, 203, 265, 266

Knot, William, 234

Knotte, John, 103

Knyght, James, 148
-, — William, 126

Knyghtleye, Robert, of Bristol, 68
-, — — Philip, son of, 68

Kooc, Nicholas, 90

Kynastone, William, 198

Kynder, Hugh, 229

Kyng, Henry, 39
-, — John, 5
-, — John, chaplain, taken in adultery, 273
-, — Simon, 235
-, — Thomas, 173, 254

Kynge, Walter, 104
-, — — Johanna, wife of, afterwards wife of Walter Gawtroun, 104
-, — — John, son of, 104
-, — — Margaret, daughter of, 104
-, — — Thomas, son of, 104
-, — — William, son of, 104

Kyngescote, William, Keeper of Ludgate Prison, discharged from office, 76; reinstated, 96

Kyngtone, Thomas, 150

Kynot, Johanna, 283

Kyppynge, Thomas de, 90

Kyrkeby, Sir John, a chantry priest in Guildhall Chapel, 271
-, — Nicholas, 86

Kywelmersshe, William, Deputy Clerk of the Treasury, 205