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Arabic numerals refer to entries and not pages; Roman numerals refer to the Introduction.

Abbeville, Abeville, Richard de & Agnes his wife, 240

Abduction, alleged, 184

Abel, Richard, 362

Abjurations, 49, 93, 98, 107, 117, 125, 127, 139, 140, 146, 149, 151, 163, 221, 317
-, taken by the constable of the Tower, 93
-, taken outside the City, 49
-, see also Foreigners; Sanctuary

Abortion, resulting from battery, 84, 116, 124, 157

Adam, servant of Thomas of Staines, 239

Addington, Adingtone, Thomas of, servant of Guy the Weaver, 109

Adrian, Margaret, daughter of, 383

Adrien, John, 183

Advocates, not to give judgment, 236

Affray, 92

Agreements:
-, none reached, 86, 132
-, reached out of court, 43, 61, 85

Alan, 37
-, Peter, son of, 214, 309

Aldermen:
-, concerned with customs at Queenhithe, 249
-, concerned with essoins, 237
-, concerned with frankpledge, 62, 242
-, concerned with pleas of intrusion, 240, 243
-, deliver suspect clergy, 45
-, in City courts, 235, 236
-, presentment of purprestures by, 348, 366, 486
-, to report cases of sudden death, 242
-, see also Bat, Nicholas; Blund, James le; Blund, Roger le (I); Bukerel, Stephen; Bungay, Reginald of; Cornhill, Bartholomew of; Cornhill, Robert of; Durham, Thomas of; fitz Alan, John; fitz John, Robert; fitz Mary, Simon; fitz Peter, Joce; fitz Thomas, Thomas; Frowyk, Henry de; Hadstock, Richard of; Hardel, Robert (II); Lisle, Walter de; Norman, John; Solio, John de; Sperlenge, Ralph; Tovi, Michael de; Viel, John junior; see also under Mayors

Aldersgate, Aldresgate, Aldricthesgate:
-, ditch without, 143
-, garden without, 292
-, street, 175
-, ward, 153 n. 2

Aldgate, Alegate, xxix, 136, 470

Aldith, 173

Alexander, 120

Algret, see Gascony

Alice:
-, child named, 133
-, poor woman named, 100
-, woman named (I), & Adam her son, 57
-, woman named (II), 59

Aliens, 22, 208–10, 333; holding tenements in London, 217, 280, 293, 303; see also Merchants

All Hallows, parish, xxviii

All Hallows Bread Street, church, 184

All Hallows Fenchurch, church, 199, 276, 429

All Hallows London Wall, church, 199, 276

Alulph, see fitz Alulph

Amercements, xvi, xxvii–xxxi
-, for breach of assize of cloth, 225, 323
-, for breach of assize of wine, 41, 103–4, 223, 324
-, for false plaints, 84, 175, 236, 240, 243, 247
-, for non-prosecution, 61, 76, 181, 187, 189
-, for purprestures, 357, 398, 400–1, 411, 421, 455
-, for trespass, 192
-, for withdrawal, 182–3, 191–2
-, leviable by the sheriffs, 236
-, of an aldermanry, 145, 242
-, of City officials, 36–7, 39–40, 45–6, 49–50, 52, 60, 75, 89, 94, 112, 115, 119, 147, 172, 176, 201, 227, 242
-, of City officials (in gravi misericordia), 161, 192
-, of disseisors, 243
-, of frankpledges, 53, 82, 94, 97, 108, 142, 152, 161–2, 178, 180
-, of mainpast, 123, 164
-, of the archdeacon's official, 52
-, pardoned on account of the poverty of the offender, 84, 191
-, under the articles of the eyre, 9, 194, 271
-, see also Fines

Amiens, Jordan of, 183

Amyas, deacon of St. Peter Cornhill, 45

Anedeheye, a wharf near Westminster, 249

Angulo, de, see Atte Corner

Anlace (dagger), 45

Anulph, see fitz Alulph

Appeals, x, xxi
-, appellor suspected of felony, 83
-, false, 83–4, 124, 157–8, 175, 185
-, forty days allowed to appellee, 76
-, method of initiating, 191, 242
-, of felony, 52, 61, 63, 77, 84, 92, 94, 123, 131–2, 152, 157, 175, 181–92, 345; entered by Jews, 131, 345
-, prosecuted after death by appellor, 61, 63, 92
-, void, 185–6, 188
-, withdrawals of appellors from, 43, 61, 63, 76–7, 85, 181–3, 187, 189, 191

Aquila, de, see Laigle

Arrest:
-, of a ship due as deodand, 106
-, of persons, see under Imprisonment

Arrows, 117, 146

Arson, 146

Articles of the eyre, ix–x, 6–36, 194– 232 passim, 269–348 passim
-, methods of response to, 6, 36, 353
-, propounded by the king in person, 301, 342

Assault, 61, 108; see also under Imprisonment

Ass(h)eby, Assh(e)wy, see Eswy

Assize of cloth, 17, 225, 323; see also Drapers

Assize of wine, 18, 41, 103–4, 223, 324

Assizes in Queenhithe, 266

Attachments:
-, exceptions of, 53, 57
-, justices not satisfied with, 144
-, method of making, 242–3

Atte Corner, de Angulo, Walter, goldsmith, 50

Attorneys, appointment of, 234, 238

Aubyn:
-, John, 93
-, William, 101

Aucher, see fitz Aucher

Auguillun, Robert, wife of, 289

Aula, de, see Hall

Aungre, see Ongar

Aurifaber, see Goldsmith

Austin, servant of Ciel of Stamford, 55

Avener, Geoffrey le, see St. Albans, Geoffrey of

Axe, see Deodand

Axewy, see Eswy

Aylesbury, Heylesburia, Nicholas of, 408

Aylwer, Martin, son of, 192

Ayswy, see Eswy

Bacton, Baketone, Vincent of, 189

Badde, a man called, 138

Baggard:
-, Ralph, 68
-, William(I), 145
-, William(II), 175

Bailey, de Ballivo, Walter of the, moneyer, 37

Bailiff(s), of Queenhithe, 250, 263–5, 267

Baker, Pistor:
-, Hugh the, 444
-, Richard the, 43
-, Wulmar the, 431

Baketone, see Bacton

Baldwin, Baldewin, Richard, son of, 189

Ballard, Alexander, 61

Ballivo, de, see Bailey

Balsham, Ranulph of, 158

Bane, concealment of, 60, 112, 147; see also Deodand

Barbator, cum Barba, see fitz Osbert, William

Barber, Barbour:
-, Daniel le, 60
-, William le, 82

Barewe, see Barrow

Barking (Essex), Berckingges, Berkinge, Berkingges, 156, 249 n
-, Bernard of, & Reginald his son, 77
-, William of, 185

Barons of London, 2, 36, 39, 157, 221; see also under Mayors

Barons of the realm, xx

Barre, la, alias la Garre, see Gore

Barrow, Barewe, Thomas of, 199

Bas, Gilbert le, xxvii, 455

Basing, Basinge, Basinges, Basingge, Basingges, Basynge:
-, Adam of, 183, 370; sheriff, xvi, xxviii & n, 5, 170–80, 192
-, Peter of, 84, 189, 372
-, Robert of, 289
-, Solomon of, 195, 316
-, Thomas of, 468

Bassishaw, Bassingeshawe, 288

Bat, Bate, Batte:
-, Gerard, mayor, 3; sheriff, 5, 77–83, 97–104
-, Nicholas, sheriff, xvii, xxvii–xxix; ward of, see Bishopsgate
-, Robert, 458
-, William & Martin, his son, 65

Bateman, Robert, 187

Bateson, Mary, xiv

Bath, Henry of, justice in eyre, ix, x, 1

Battery, 61, 63, 75–6, 82, 84, 86, 94, 108, 124, 145, 148, 157, 168, 175, 185, 186

Battle, de Bello, Henry of, clerk, 93

Beadle:
-, archdeacon's, 58
-, of a ward, 57
-, sheriff's, 239

Beams, see Deodand

Beaubelet, Walter, & John, Roger & William, his sons, 61

Beaupine, Beaupyne, James, 158

Beckenham, Bekenham, Richard of, 472,483

Bed, death in, 39

Bedford, Bedeford, Nicholas of, 47

Beggar-woman, 53

Belasse, Belasez, Beliasoez, Jewess, xxvii, xxviii n, 400

Bello, de, see Battle

Bench, cause of death, 133

Benet, see fitz Benet

Bentley, Bentheleghe, William of, 162

Berckingges, Berkinge, Berkingges, see Barking

Berkeruerelane, see Birchin Lane

Berkhampstead, Berkhampstede, Robert of, watchman, 108

Bermondsey, Bermundeseye, prior of, 199, 216

Bernard, William, son of, & Richard, his servant, 130

Bernere, Richard, 151

Berners, Ralph of, 115

Bertone, William, 157–8

Béthune (France), Botumina, 106

Beverley, provost of, see York, William of

Bigod, Roger le, 136

Billingsgate, Billingesgate, Billinggesgate, Billyngesgate, Byllinggesgate:
-, port of, 252, 267
-, street, 53
-, ward of, 434–7,461–5

Birchin Lane, Berkeruerelane, 438

Bishop, Bissop, Bisshope, Byssope:
-, Elias, the Jew, xxvii, xxix, 398, 400, 414; Diaie, Dyaie, his son-in-law, xxix, xxxi; Sleme his sister, xxvii, xxviii n, 398
-, Henry, 39

Bishopsgate, Bishopesgate, Bysshoppesgate, 47, 136, 247
-, hospital without, see St. Mary Spital ward of, 439–42, 458–60

Black, Niger:
-, Gilo & Gilbert, his servant, 148
-, John, courector, 102
-, Thomas, gaunter, 172

Blackfriars, Friars Preachers, house of, xxviii, 358

Blaeter, Martin le, of Gracechurch, xxvii, 442

Blandeke, Geoffrey, a man from, 87

Blemuster, Geoffrey de, 463

Blound, see Blund

Blounnie, Blunneye, Stephen de, & Christine, his widow, 247

Blumville, Blunnville, Blunville:
-, Thomas de(I), chamberlain, 4, 37–48
-, Thomas de(II), 289

Blund, Blound, Blount, Blunt:
-, Hugh le, sheriff, xvi, 5, 170–80, 192, 239; Jordan his serjeant, John Shep his beadle, & John & Ralph his clerks, 239
-, James le, alderman, xxviii, 45, 420; ward of, see Broad Street
-, Richard (I) & Margaret, his daughter, 363
-, Richard (II), tanner, 37
-, Roger & Edward, his son, 370
-, Roger le, alderman of Cordwainer Ward, 108; sheriff, 5, 84–9; John his son, 5
-, Simon le, 179–80
-, Terry & Edith his daughter, 193, 241

Blunneye, see Blounnie

Blunnville, Blunville, see Blumville

Blunt, see Blund

Boats, see Deodand; Ships; Shout; Spindelbot

Bocking, Bockynge, Stephen of, 364

Boddington, Bodintone, Peter of, 352

Bok', see Buk'

Bokerel, see Bukerel

Borwoldin, alias Bureward, Ralph, 218, 290, 311; Ralph his son, xxix, 311

Botumina, see Béthune

Bounter, Richard le, 187

Boydin, Martin, 282

Bradestrate, see Broad Street

Bran, Gervase, 368

Braunchesfeld, William de, 181

Bray:
-, Edward of, teler, 63
-, Richard, alias Brayere, Richard le, 158

Bread Street, Bredstrete, xviii, xix, 40, 280; ward of, 416

Bribes, 28, 224, 322, 334

Bridge, de Ponte, Master John of the, archdeacon's official, 45, 52

Bridge Street, vicus Pontis, xxix

Bridge Ward, 240 n, 317, 443–9, 473–5

Bridges, see Fleet Bridge; Holborn bridge; London Bridge

Broad Street, Bradestrate, xxviii, 418; ward of, 417–24

Broham, Richard de, & Geoffrey, his son, 76

Brun, Brune:
-, Emma la, 170
-, Maud la, 425
-, Walter le, xxvii, xxviii n, 472

Brushwood, customs payable on, 261

Buckingges, Roger de, 50

Buckingham, Bukingham, co., 125

Budleigh, Budeleghe, Budel', Thomas of, 179, 379

Bufle, Buflete, Walter le, sheriff, 5, 69–76, 454

Buk', Buke, Bok':
-, Henry de, 49
-, Walter(I), 289
-, Walter(II), Maud his wife & Stanota, their daughter, 124

Bukerel, Bukerelle, Bokerel:
-, Andrew, mayor, 3, 57, 409
-, Matthew, 182, 189, 193, 222, 241
-, Stephen, sheriff & alderman, 5, 42–52, 411; ward of, see Cripplegate
-, Thomas & Alice, his daughter, 245
-, Walter, xvii, xxvii–xxx, 182, 221, 298, 300, 304; his sister, wife of Adam of Winchester, 298

Bullok, John, vintner, xxx

Bungay, Bungeye, Reginald of, mayor, sheriff & alderman, 3, 5, 136–42, 161, 183, 289, 345

Bunruncus, see Rouen

Buntingges, Roger & Richard, his servant, 94

Bureller, see Essex, Hugh of

Bureward, see Borwoldin

Burford, Bureford, Walter of, & Denise his wife, 51

Burgh:
-, Henry de, 289
-, Hubert de, ix, 215, 286
-, R. de, 311

Burglars, 26, 332

Buscy:
-, Geoffrey, usurer, 212
-, Ralph de, 212

Butchers, see Stalls

Butler, Hamo, king's, 211, 281, 307

Calicer, William le, 82

Camberwell, Camerwelle, Juliana of, 91

Cambridge, Cantebrigge, Roger of, 161

Campe, Edith, relict of William, xxviii

Candlewick Street, Candelwikestrat, Kandelwikestrat, 108, 178

Candlewick Ward, 108 n

Canele, Geoffrey, 158

Cant', Henry de, moneyer, 37

Cantebrigge, see Cambridge

Canterbury:
-, archbishop & his soke, 262
-, Joce of, Jew, 400 & Deulecres, ? his son, xxvii
-, Maud of, 189
-, monks of, 371

Capper, see under Trades

Cardoil, Cardoyl, John de, tailor, 161

Carpenter:
-, Henry the, 479
-, John, common clerk, xii, xiii
-, Thomas the, of Ilford, & Simon, his son, 163

Carter, Geoffrey the, 87

Castle, de Castello, Hamo of the, 390

Castle Baynard, xxviii, 366; ward of, 404–8

Caxton, Jeremy of, justice in eyre, ix, 1

Cellars, & steps of, 356, 362, 364, 373, 413, 445, 447–8, 454–6, 458, 474, 476, 480
-, wine-cellars, 41, 103–4; king's winecellars, 217, 293, 302, 483

Cestrehunte, see Cheshunt

Ceyl, Alan, of Laron, 215, 286; Orfilia his daughter, 215

Chalk, 64

Chalyz, Alexander de, 162

Chamberlain, Camerarius, Chamberlenge, Chaumberlein:
-, Hugh & Margery, his daughter, 150
-, William the, 211, 281

Chamberlain, king's:
-, amercements of, see under Amercements, of City officials
-, duties of, 242–3; in cases of sudden death, 51, 53, 55, 57, 89, 157
-, list of, presented at eyre, x, 4
-, roll of, xx, 4, 157, 172, 242–3
-, to answer for new pleas, 36, 194, 270
-, to attach merchants of France, 328
-, to be absent during election of compurgators, 63, 157
-, to seize and sell wine sold illicitly, 41
-, see also Blumville, Thomas de (I); Colemere, John of; Cordwaner, Gervase le; Eswy, Ralph (I); fitz Aucher, Henry; fitz Mary, Simon; Geraudan, Arnold; Gisors, John de; Haverhill, William of; Persone, John la; Rivaux, Peter de

Change, de Escambio, William of the, avener, 84

Chaplain, Gilbert the, 437

Charcoal, see Coal

Chattels:
-, of a homicide, dead of wounds, 102
-, of a man appealed of homicide, 52
-, of an alleged fugitive, 221
-, of felons abjuring the realm, xvi, 107, 149; to be delivered to the sheriff, 52
-, of outlaws, 107–9, 135, 152, 156, 161–2, 180
-, of suicides, 121–2, 141

Chaucer, Richard le, 189, see also Saucer

Chaumberlein, see Chamberlain

Cheapside, Cheap, Chepe, Westchepe:
-, street, 289, 367, 370, 372, 397
-, ward of, 370–400

Cheese, load of, 40

Chelde, William, 97

Chelmsford, Chelmersford, Chielmeresford, Chilmeresford:
-, Aylwin of, 76
-, Ralph of, vintner, Juliana his widow & Alice her mother, 76
-, Richard of, 77

Cheniere, William dela, 156

Chesewike, Chesewyke, see Chiswick (Middx.)

Cheshunt (Herts.), Cestrehunte, 98
-, Stephen of, tanner, 355

Cheval, Alice relict of William, king's serjeant, 135

Chichester, bishop of, xxix, xxxi, xxxii

Chiswick (Middx.), Chesewike, Chesewyke, 86
-, John of, 191

Churches in the king's gift, 14, 199, 276; disputed, 484

Cinque Ports, 249, 251, 253, 259

City:
-, custom, laws & liberties, 63, 73, 146, 269, 353
-, custumals of, xi–xvi, xviii n, xx–xxvi
-, denies responsibility for a loan, 316
-, devise of land in, 297
-, exonerated from a financial claim, xv, xix
-, judicial liberties, alleged infringement of, 346, 347; arguments concerning, xxi, 39, 61, 73, 221, 347
-, new constitutions & regulations of City courts, x, xii, xxi, 233–8, 242–4
-, taken into the king's hand & fined, 221, 300
-, wardships in, 184

Clare:
-, Cecily relict of Roger of, 121
-, Gilbert de, see Gloucester, earl of

Clergy:
-, criminous, 45, 58, 128, 148, 239; arrest of, 239; conviction of, 58; outlawry of, 128; purgation of, 152
-, murdered, 45, 144, 152
-, not in frankpledge, 128

Clerk:
-, John(I), of Seacoal Lane, 189
-, John(II), baker, 172
-, John(III), capper, 240
-, John(IV), son of John(III), 239
-, John(V), dubber, 156
-, Joce the, see Oxford
-, Michael the, 475
-, Osbert the, 216; for his sons, see fitz Osbert
-, Reyner the, xxxi
-, Richard the, & William, his servant, 155
-, Thomas the, 426

Clerkenwell, Clerckenwelle, Clerkenewelle, 240; priory of St. Mary, 240, 374, 385; prioress & convent, 240; nuns, 374, 385

Clifford, Clyfford, Walter of, 115

Clippers of coin, 24, 206, 330

Cloth:
-, assize of, see Assize of cloth
-, dyed, russet & haberjet, 323

Clothworkers, 323

Clutere, Stephen le, & John & William, his sons, 61

Coal, 106, 146; used for making crown regalia, 198, 275, 319

Cocke, John & Maud, his wife, 172

Cod, customs payable on, 252, 255–6

Coggeshall, Coggeshale, Walter of, 43, 158; Emma, his daughter, 43

Coin, see Clippers of coin

Colchester, Colecestre, Abel of, 158

Colecherche, see St. Mary Colechurch

Coleman Street, Colemannestrete, 214, 285; ward of, 401–3

Colemere, Colemore, Colnere:
-, Felicia, 372
-, John of, chamberlain, 4, 89–105, 472

Colier(e), . . . ter, Stephen le, & Ellen his wife, 37

Collinges, Roger, 92

Colnere, see Colemere

Cologne, Guildhall of the men of, 262; see also Stamford, Terry

Compurgators, election of, 63; see also Wager of Law

Consel's shop, 108

Constable of the Tower, see under Tower of London

Converts, brethren of the house of, 220, 384

Cook:
-, Geoffrey the, & Isabel his wife, 123
-, William, 158

Coperberd, Robert, 175

Cordwainer Street, Corveisestrete, Corvestrete, 211, 281, 307

Cordwainer Ward, 108 n, 452–7

Cordwainery, Corveyseria, 212

Cordwaner, Cordewaner:
-, Geoffrey le, 163
-, Gervase le, 227, 393; chamberlain, 4, 49–83; sheriff, 5, 117–27
-, Robert le, xxvii
-, Roger le, & Avice his wife, 240

Corn, 28, 224, 291, 334; customs payable on, 250, 261

Cornhill, Cornhelle, Cornhulle:
-, Bartholomew of, alderman, 45
-, Robert of, ward of, see Lime Street
-, soke of, 45
-, Thomas of, moneyer, 37
-, ward of, 425, 438 n

Corveisestrete, Corvestrete, see Cordwainer Street

Corveyseria, see Cordwainery

Cost, Adam le, & William his son, 80

Costes, Geoffrey de, 61

Cotham, Gotham;
-, Henry of, sheriff, 5, 42–52, 105–16
-, Simon of, 104

Cotiller, Cutiller:
-, Jordan le(I), & William, his kinsman, 52
-, Jordan le(II), 192
-, Ralph le, & Hugh his nephew, 52

Coudres, Cudres:
-, John de, sheriff, xxi, 5, 43, 73, 128–35, 190, 192, 341, 345
-, Richard de, 39

Coureour, Laurence le, & Agnes, his servant, 136

Courts, see Curia Romana; Essex, county court; Husting; King's Bench; London, bishop of; Middlesex, county court

Courtyards, 69, 90, 122

Coventry, de Coventria, Jordan of, sheriff, 5, 105–16, 176

Cover, Ralph le, archdeacon's beadle, 58

Creek, of the Thames, see under Thames

Crespin, Crespyn, see Crispin

Crioil, Simon de, 392

Cripplegate Ward, 153 n, 162, 409–15

Crispin, Crespin, Crespyn, Benet, Jew, xxvii, 79, 401, 403

Crown:
-, prosecution by the, 61, 63, 92
-, rights infringed, xxi, 73

Crown & regalia, king's, serjeanty concerning, 198, 275, 319

Cuddington, Cudingtone, William of, 158

Cudres, see Coudres

Cumelinus, see Kimnel

Cumin, as a rent, 290

Cumpere, William, 433

Cup, a silver, 130

Curia Romana, 272

Customs:
-, new, referred to, in articles of the eyre, 29, 226, 335; at Queenhithe, 248 n
-, old, at Billingsgate, 252; at Dowgate, 261; at London Bridge, 258; at Queenhithe, 248–68

Custos mese, see Hayward

Custurer, Thomas le, 102

Cutiller, see Cotiller

Cuvreur, William le, 119

Dagger, anlace, 45

Damages, in pleas of intrusion, 243

Dating, systems of, xi

David, Joce, son of, Jew, 296

Deacon, diaconus, Richard the, 116

Deaf, Surdus, William the, tanner, 82; see also Surde

Death by misadventure:
-, by ahorse, 166
-, by a self-inflicted wound, 167
-, by crushing, 69, 80, 90–1, 110, 126, 165, 173
-, by drowning, 37–8, 47–8, 54, 56, 64, 66–8, 72, 74, 87–8, 96, 100–1, 106, 113–14, 120, 134, 138, 143, 147, 154, 159–60, 169, 171
-, by falling, 40, 60, 75, 78, 99, 105, 111–12, 118
-, by scalding, 65, 81, 95, 137, 170, 174
-, form of inquest in case of, 242
-, from causes unknown, 39, 129
-, of a child at play, 133
-, of a prisoner, 180
-, sudden, 51, 53, 55, 59, 89, 97
-, see also Homicide, Suicide

Debts, owing to the king since John's reign, 10, 195, 272, 315–16

Defaults, 30, 227, 336

Degradation of criminous clerks, 58

Demur, Roger le, 158

Denecastre, see Doncaster

Denise, 170

Deodand:
-, axe, 167
-, beams, 91, 111, 118
-, block of wood, 126
-, boats, 38, 48, 64, 72, 87–8, 147, 159– 60, 169, 171
-, boats & nets, 147
-, bucket, 101
-, chalk, 64
-, cheese, 40
-, fish, 110
-, horses, 54, 66, 112, 166
-, kimnel of mead, 65
-, ladder, 68, 105
-, leaden vessel, 95, 137
-, mill-stone, 165
-, pan, 81
-, party-wall, 90
-, ship, 74, 106
-, stairs or steps, 60, 78, 99, 138
-, stone wall, 80, 173
-, tine, 174
-, tub, 170, 174
-, see also Bane

Deulecres, ? son of Joce, see Canterbury, Joceof

Devise of tenements, 247, 297; collusive, xx, 296

Devise of wardship, 184

Diaie, see Bishop, Elias

Distraint, xvii, 193, 233

Ditch, 56
-, at Smithfield, 482
-, outside Aldersgate, 143
-, outside the Tower, 155

Domus Conversorum, see Converts

Doncaster, Donecastre, Denecastre,
-, William of, 175

Donstaple, see Dunstable

Door-keepers during eyre, 2

Dote, John, agent of Roger le Bigod, 136

Dower, 310

Dowgate, Douegate, 50, 74
-, port of, 261
-, ward of, 180 n, 450–1

Draper, Draperius, Pannarius:
-, Andrew the, 445
-, Laurence the, 198, 275, 319, 372

Drapers, liable under assize of cloth, 323; amerced, 225, 323

Drapery, 370

Dubbur, Payn le, 39

Due, Duk, Roger le, alias Ralph le,
-, mayor & sheriff, 3, 5, 37–42;
-, William his son, 5, 37

Duket, Humphrey, 395

Dunelmia, Dunhelmia, Dunolmia, see Durham

Dunstable, Donstaple:
-, Robert of, 112
-, William of, 112

Durham, Thomas of, sheriff, 5, 152–8; ward of, see Langbourn

Dyaie, see Bishop, Elias

Eastcheap, Estchepe, 240, 446

Easterling, see Folbrict the

Ebbgate, Ebbegate, 473

Edelmetone, see Edmonton

Edith:
-, Robert, son of, 214, 285, 309
-, woman named, 60
-, see also Blund, Terry, & Edith his daughter

Edmonton (Middx.), Edelmetone:
-, common pasture of, 192
-, Henry of, sheriff, 5, 77–83

Edmund:
-, Alan, son of, 38
-, man named, 159

Edrich, Edriche, Andrew, 53

Edward I, king, 305

Elias, see Bishop

Elinaund, Elinaunt, Elylaunde, see Elylaunde

Elmdon, Elmedone, Guy of, 66

Ely:
-, John of, 456
-, Ralph(I), of, 158
-, Ralph(II)of, 289
-, Ralph(III)of, 424

Elylaunde, Elinaund, Elinaunt, Helyland:
-, John, 191, 370
-, Peter, 111
-, Thomas de, 191

Emma:
-, Henry, son of Emma, 389
-, servant of Felicia, 128

Enfield, Enefeud, Philip of, 239

Engleys, Lengleys:
-, Stephen (le), 85
-, William le, 85

Ernebald, from the Welsh Marches, & Clarice his companion, 139

Escambio, de, see Change

Escapes, 33, 230, 340
-, from a ward beadle's house, 57
-, from sanctuary, 70, 135, 148
-, see also Theft

Escheats, xi, xv, xviii, xix, 15, 208, 277–8, 294, 300, 302–3, 313
-, in the City, 208–14, 216–18, 221, 279– 81, 283, 285, 259–310 passim
-, Jewish, see Tower of London, constable of

Espicer, le, see Spicer

Essex, 76–7, 198, 318
-, county court, 77
-, Hugh of, bureller, 46
-, sheriff of, 77

Essoins:
-, at the eyre, 2
-, in City courts, 237

Estchepe, see Eastcheap

Estreat Rolls, see Exchequer

Eswy, Ass(h)eby, Assh(e)wy, Axewy, Ayswy:
-, Adrian, 219, 312
-, Ralph(I) primus, 296; mayor, 3; chamberlain, 4 n; sheriff, 5, 90–6, 136–12
-, Ralph(II); junior, sheriff, 5 n, 159–69
-, Master Thomas, 396

Ewelme, William of, 125

Examination, private, by the justices, xxi, 39–40

Excestre, see Exeter

Exchange, king's and exchanger, 25, 207, 331

Exchequer, xvi–xix, xxvii–xxxii, 285, 309, 311–12, 365; see also Loquendum
-, Estreat Rolls, xvi–xviii
-, Memoranda Rolls, xvi
-, Pipe Rolls, x, xvi–xix, xxvii–xxxii
-, Receipt Roll, xvi–xviii
-, summons of, 272, 315
-, tallies of, xviii

Execution:
-, by burning, 146
-, by hanging, 98, 130, 140, 220, 295

Exeport, Export:
-, John de, 91
-, Thomas, 122

Exeter, Excestre, Martin of, 416

Eyres of London: before 1221, ix, xx, 6, 36, 300; 1221, ix, xiv, xviii, xix, 1226, ix, xiv, xviii–xx; 1251, x, xviii; 1276, xi, xvi; 1321, ix, xi, xvi
-, rolls of, copy for use of mayor & citizens, 36; 1221, ix, xiv, xx; 1226, 36, 194, 221, 269, 271, 302, 323; access to 1226 roll denied to the City, ix, xv, xx, 36, 194; 1276, xxiii, xxiv
-, styles of recording & reporting, xxi

Faber, see Smith

Fair, the, of Lynn (Norfolk), 131, 345

Faleyse, Thomas de la, 179

Fancherche, see Fenchurch

Farringdon Ward, 57 n, 82, 142 n, 153 n, 350–69

Fat, Grassus, Roger the, 447

Faversham, Favrisham, abbot of, 353

Felicia, 128

Felony, unspecified cases, 150–1; see under Battery; Burglars; Execution; Homicide; Mayhem; Outlawry; Outlaws; Rape; Robbery; Suicide; Theft

Fenchurch, Fancherche, 429

Ferrun, Ferun:
-, Bartholomew le, 372
-, Randolph le, xxviii, 423
-, see also Smith

Fethingewane, relict of Richard, 449

Fines:
-, as issues of the eyre, xvi–xvii
-, for a house in the king's hand, 272
-, for agreements out of court, 43, 61
-, for arbitrary imprisonment, 190
-, for arrears of rent, 241
-, for battery, 84
-, for false appeals, 83–4, 185
-, for outlawry, 311
-, for restoration of the City's liberties, xvii, xviii, 300
-, for withdrawals, 182–3, 191
-, pledged by another, on account of poverty, 43, 61, 182–3, 185, 191–2
-, see also Amercements

Fish:
-, customs payable on, 248–68 passim
-, fresh, 258
-, shops, 256–7
-, see also Cod; Herrings; Salmon; Salt [? fish]

Fish Street, see Old Fish Street

Fishmonger, Piscenarius, Hugh the, 399

Fishmongers, see Stalls

fitz Adam, Constantine, 287, 294

fitz Alan:
-, Aubyn, xxix, 440
-, John, 436; ward of, see Coleman Street

fitz Alulph, fitz Anulph, Constantine, 220, 287, 294

fitz Aucher, Henry, chamberlain, & Richard his son, 4, 42–8

fitz Benet, William, 195, 316

fitz Constance, Hamo, 189

fitz Geoffrey, John, justice itinerant, x, 301, 349

fitz Hervey, Walter, 177

fitz John, Robert, sheriff, 5 n, 53–5, 159–69, 190, 366, 391; ward of, see Castle Baynard

fitz Mary, Simon, chamberlain & sheriff, xvii, xx, xxvii, xxviii, 4 n, 5, 36, 43, 84–9, 182–4, 189, 310; ward of, see Walbrook

fitz Neal, Richard, bishop of London, 314n

fitz Osbert:
-, Richard, 216, 295, 310
-, William with the Beard, cum Barba, xx, xxix, 216, 291–2, 295, 310, 333

fitz Peter:
-, Geoffrey & John his son, 288
-, Joce, xxix, 57, 142, 210, 279, 306; his wife, 306; Nicholas his son, xxix, 210, 279, 306; ward of, see Farringdon

fitz Roger, Peter, 189, 347

fitz Solomon, Robert, 189

fitz Thedmar, Arnold, x, 146 n, 179 n

fitz Thomas, Thomas, ward of, see Queenhithe

fitz Walter, Richard, sheriff, 5, 56–68

fitz William:
-, Martin, sheriff, 5, 37–42
-, Otto, keeper of the die of the king's money, 198, 275, 318

Fleet, stream, xxviii, 353, 358

Fleet, Flete, William of, 357

Fleet Bridge, Fletebregge, Fletebrigge, Fletebrugge:
-, bridge, 354
-, serjeanty of [ ? rectius of Fleet Prison], 197–8
-, street, 49, 140 [? also called] vicus de Welnedebrigge, 129 n

Fleet prison, serjeanty of & warden of, 197–8, 274–5, 320

Folbrict, Folbrigt, the Easterling or German, 298, 304; his relict, 298

Folkestone, Fowestone, Thomas of, 181

Folkmoot, at St. Paul's, 45, 157

Foreigners:
-, abjuration & outlawry of, 57, 93, 117, 125, 155
-, attachment of, 38
-, customs payable by, 249–68 passim
-, free devise of land by, 297
-, inquest upon, 38
-, method of proof open to, 153, 168, 175
-, regulations for stay of, in City, 62, 242

Forges, xxviii, xxix, xxxi, xxxii, 350–1, 470

Forshort, 233

Fort, William le, xxviii, 189, 356

Fowestone, see Folkestone

Frails (rush baskets), 254

France, king of, 22, 195, 203, 316, 328; see also Louis, Prince

Frank-marriage, grants in, 247, 279, 281, 298

Frankpledge, 49–242 passim
-, clergy not in, 128
-, foreigners not in, 62, 242

Friars Minor, see Grey Friars

Friars Preachers, see Blackfriars

Friday Street, Fridaistrete, 362

Froske, William, 464

Frowyk, Frouwyk, Frowyke, Frouwyke, Henry de, 350; probably confused with Laurence de, 82, 366; ward of, see Farringdon

Fruter, Godfrey le, 158

Fugitives from justice, 27, 221, 333

Fulham(?), Adam of, 40

Fuller, Fullonus, Alan the, 64

Fullers' Lane, vicus fullonum, 218, 290

Fundour, Fundur:
-, —le, 37
-, John le, & Mabel his wife, 168
-, Roger le, xxviii, 354

Furia, Jacob son of, & Henna his wife, 131, 190, 341, 345

Fuster, Robert le, 82

Futour, William le, 94

Fychet, Hugh, 89

Fyshstrete, see Old Fish Street

Gablere, Goda la, 314

Galiena, 168

Gambun, William, 48

Gaol delivery, 31, 228, 337; at Newgate, 152, 172, 239

Gaoler of Newgate, 239

Gardiner, Martin le, 136

Garre, la, see Gore

Garscherche, Garschirche, see Gracechurch

Garstrate, Garstrete, see Gracechurch Street

Gascony, Algret (Halingrettus) of, xxx, 333

Gates, 451, 472, 473

Gaunter, John le, 161

Gavelet, see Writs

Gaydon, Gaydone, Edward of, 164

Geoffrey(I), 171; (II), 180; see also fitz Geoffrey

Geraudan, Arnold, xviii

Gilbert, & Alice his wife, 178

Gipeswyche, see Ipswich

Gisors, Gysorz, John de, chamberlain, 4, 106–8; sheriff, xxviii & n, 5, 143– 51

Gloucester, Gilbert de Clare, earl of, & Isabel countess of, 289

Goday, William, watchman, & Elias his son, 108

Goderounelane, Goderuneslane, see Gutter Lane

Godeshalve, William de, 121

Godriche, Henry, 82

Golde, Geoffrey, & Henry his servant, 92

Goldsmith, Aurifaber:
-, Eustace the, 186
-, Geoffrey the, & William his son, 185
-, Ralph the, 78
-, William the, brother of Hugh Blund, 239

Gore (Kent), la Garre, la Barre, 146
-, Denise, relict of Ralph of, 109; Agnes her servant & another maid, 109
-, Joce of, 146
-, Ralph of, 109

Gotham, see Gotham

Gowel, relict of Richard, 283

Gracechurch, Garscherche, Garschirche, xxvii, 442

Gracechurch Street, Garstrate, Garstrete, 215, 299, 310, 319

Grandone, see Grendon

Grassus, see Fat

Great Law, see Wager of Law, thirtysix-handed

Great St. Thomas the Apostle (Street), 172

Greenfield, Grenefeud, Bernard of, 98

Greenwich (Kent), 38; Gunnilda of, & John her son, 38

Gregory, son of Master Gregory the Physician, 43

Grendon, Grandone, Ralph of (? Richard of), warden of Fleet prison, 198, 274, 320

Grenewiz, see Greenwich

Grey Friars, Friars Minor, house of, 90, 306

Grumbaud, Peter, & Nicholas his servant, 140

Gutter Lane, Goderounelane, Goderuneslane, 153

Gutters, 262, 485

Gysorz, see Gisors

Hadstock, Hadestok, Haddestoke, Hadestoke:
-, Austin of, 158
-, Richard of, alderman, 180, 469

Haldham, Thomas de, 107

Halingrettus, see Gascony

Haliwell, Haliwelle, nuns of, 141, 372, 387; prioress of, 438; see also Holywell

Hall, de Aula, Thomas, 93

Hamerhille, Hammerhulle, see Haverhill

Hammer, 83

Hanford, Haneford, John of, 239

Hanun, John, 474

Harbouring of thieves, see Receivers

Hardel:
-, Robert(I), 76
-, Robert(II), sheriff, 5, 97–104, 176, 227, 476; alderman, 240, 317; ward of, see Bridge Ward
-, William(I), laicus, 195, 316
-, William(II), 203

Harrow, Herges, Peter of, 181

Haspesbrigges, Richard, son of Reginald de, 151

Hauberger, Reginald le, 373

Haubergettum, see Cloth, haberjet

Haverhill, Hamerhille, Hamerhulle, Haverhulle, William of, chamberlain & treasurer of the exhcequer, 4, 109–80, 203, 328, 412

Hay, Hayo, Richard of, 177

Hayward(?), custos mese, William, 105

Heifers, 149

Heire, see Herre

Helmet, see Rents-service

Helyland, see Elylaunde

Henna(I), wife of Joce the Jew, 130

Henna(II), wife of Jacob, son of Furia, 131

Henry I, king, ix

Henry II, king, ix, xx, 6 n, 302, 484

Henry III, king, xvii–xix, xxi, 1, 208, 288, 301

Henry, 72
-, Peter son of, 389
-, servant of Geoffrey Golde, 92

Herbintun, Robert de, 184

Here, see Herre

Hereford, Hereforde, Richard of, servant of John de Cardoil, 161

Herges, see Harrow

Herlicun, Herlichun:
-, Robert, 158
-, William, 386

Herlizun, John, 157, 220

Herre, Heire, Here, Heyrre, Robert le, smith of Saxony, xxix, xxxi, 217, 293, 302, 472, 483

Herrings, customs payable on, 250, 253– 4, 257, 268

Hervy, William, 372; see also fitz Hervey

Heved, Walter, 37

Heylesburia, see Aylesbury

Heyrre, see Herre

Holbeach, Holebeche, Alexander of, 161

Holborn, Holeborne, Holebourne, bridge, 358; stream, 154

Holebeche, see Holbeach

Holy Land, pilgrimage to, 295

Holy Trinity, prior of, 199, 378, 434, 470; a forge of, xxix, xxxi, xxxii; soke of, 145

Holywell, Haliwelle, William of, 158

Homicide, 45–179 passim

Hordintune, Walter, 175

Horn, Andrew, xii–xv, xxi

Hornchurch, de Monasterio Cornuto, master of, brother of the house of Mountjoy, 241

Horse pool, Horsepole, at Smithfield, 482

Horses, 54, 66, 75, 112, 166, 239; see also Travails

Household, familia, 156; see also Mainpast

Houses, malicious burning & demolition of, 11, 196, 273

Hoylaunde, Ranulf de, 97

Hue & cry, 57, 156, 185–6

Hugh, 111

Huntingdon, Huntindone, Huntingdune:
-, James of, 165
-, Robert of, 410

Hurer, Alan le, 467

Husting, 233, 235, 240, 266
-, assizes in, 266
-, exaction of fugitive felons in, 45
-, pleas of intrusion initiated in, 188, 243
-, pleas of land in, 235

Ilford (Essex), Ilfeud, 163

Imagemaker, ymaginarius, Thomas the, & Richard his son, 43

Imprisonment, 32, 229, 341
-, arbitrary, by City officials, 75, 190, 239, 345

Inga, maid-servant, 146

Inn, 115

Inquests: 39–172 passim
-, new procedure provided for, 242
-, non-presentment of finder, 37
-, old procedure in holding of, 144
-, on dead Jews, reserved to constable of Tower, 130
-, responsibility of chamberlain & sheriffs for, 39, 40, 46, 50, 53, 60, 75, 89, 94, 112, 115, 119, 144, 147, 161, 172

Inquisitions held by mayor & citizens, 84, 185

Insula, de, see Lisle

Intestacy, 297

Intrusion, pleas of:
-, powers of justices in, 188, 240, 243, 247
-, procedure to be followed in, 240, 243, 247

Ipswich, Gipeswyche, William of, 452

Irishman, Ireys, le Tywelur, 49

Ironmonger Lane, Ismongerelane, Ismongerlane, 296, 396, 398, 402

Isaac, see Paris, Isaac of

Islington, Iseldone, John of, 479

Ispannia, see Spain

Jetties, getticia, as purprestures, 396, 481

Jewry, Judaismus, vicus Judeorum, 130, 213, 402

Jews:
-, appeals of murder by, 131, 345
-, collusive transfer of land by, 296
-, escheats of, 15, 23, 208, 219–20, 277, 329
-, expulsion of, xix
-, house of Converts, 220, 384
-, indebted to the king, 312
-, justices of the, 277, 329
-, murdered, 130, 345
-, property of the king, 277
-, purprestures committed by, 399–401, 403, 411, 413–14
-, tenements in London held by, 219, 280, 296, 303, 312, 399–401
-, wounded by bow & arrow, 117
-, see also Starrs

Joce, the Jew, 130, 219, 312, 413; Henna his wife, 130; Floria his daughter, 219; see also Canterbury; Oxford

Joefne, Joesne, Juvenis:
-, Joce le, 216, 295, 310; Felicia, his relict, xxix, 216, 310
-, Philip le, 96

John, king, ix, xiv, xviii, xx, 6, 10, 36, 214–15, 248 n, 272, 288, 303, 312

John:
-, chaplain of St. Martin in the Vintry, 152
-, chaplain of St. Peter Cornhill, 45
-, chaplain of the archdeacon, 58
-, clerk of Hugh Blund, sheriff, 239
-, man named, 159
-, monk of Westminster, 44
-, ward beadle, 57
-, see also fitz John

Jordan(I) & Clarice his wife, 153

Jordan(II), sheriff's sergeant, 239

Joye, William, 69

Joynier, William, mayor, 3

Judgments on City officials, for dereliction of duty, 45, 53, 60, 68, 201

Juries:
-, empanelled by the sheriff of Kent, 38
-, of presenting districts, xi
-, of the venue, 243, 247, 353

Justice, Ralph la, & Agnes his wife, 240

Justices:
-, of gaol delivery, 152, 172, 229, 239
-, of King's Bench, see under King's Bench
-, of the Jews, 277, 329

Justices itinerant in London:
-, in times past, 300, 336
-, in 1221, ix
-, in 1226, ix, xx, 7, 214, 221, 269, 273, 279, 281, 283, 287, 289, 302, 323–4, 333, 353
-, in 1244–6, ix–xxxi passim; seeBa th, Henry of; Caxton, Jeremy of; fitz Geoffrey, John; York, William of
-, prescribe administrative improvements, 233–8, 242–4
-, release a prisoner from gaol, 85
-, see also Examination; Loquendum; Pleas of the Crown; Sciendum

Justices itinerant in Middlesex, 168

Juvenelle, Martin, 225

Kancia, see Kent

Kandelwikestrat, see Candlewick Street

Kantuaria, see Canterbury

Kanun, Ralph, xxvii

Kayo, de, see Wharf

Keb, William le, 152

Kennington, Kenigtone, John of, baker, 43

Kent, 38, 146; sheriff of, 38

Kent, de Kancia, Robert of, 172

Ker, N.R., xiii

Kimnel (vat), 65

Kingesgate lane, see St. Peter's Hill

Kingham, Kyngham, William of, parmenter, 37

King's Bench, xv, 75–6, 98, 140, 242; justices of, see Renger, Richard; Seagrave, Stephen of

King's Lynn (Norfolk), Lenne, 131, 345

Kingston, Kingestone, Kinggestone, Kyngestone, 75
-, Geoffrey of, & Walter his son, 140
-, Robert of, 57

Knives, 46, 49, 70, 76, 79, 121, 190–1, 345

Kyngham, see Kingham

Kyrenelane, see Maiden Lane

Kyte, William, 96

Ladder, see Deodand

Laigle, de Aquila, Gilbert de, parmenter, 290, 311

Lanes:
-, narrowing of, 352, 354–5
-, obstruction of, 401–3

Langbourn Ward, 429–33, 438 n

Lantern, 108

Lantham, John de, 97

Larceny, see Theft

Large, William le, alias Walter, currier, 108

Laron, 215

Laurence Lane, St. Lawrence Street in Jewry, 213 n, 283, 308

Leaden vessel, see Deodand

Legal memory, xx

Leicester, de Leycestria:
-, Edith of, 89
-, Ralph of, 422

Lengleys, see Engleys, le

Lenne, William de, 158; see also King's Lynn

Leo, the Jew, xviii, xix, xxviii, xxix, 208, 280, 303, 411

Lespicer, le Espicer, Lespicier, see Spicer

Levelaund, Levelaunde, Levelonde, Robert de, 197–8, 320

Lewes, priory of, 457

Lex Magna, Lex Tertia, see Wager of Law

Leycestria, see Leicester

Liberties, see under City; Westminster

Lichefot:
-, John(I), 86
-, John(II), servant, 117

Liebermann, F., xiv

Lies(?), Nicholas, fuster, 82

Lilystone (Essex), Lillestone, manor of, 198, 318

Lime Street Ward, 426–8, 476

Lincoln, John of, 410

Lisle, de Insula, Walter de, alderman, 45

Loan, to king of France, 195, 316

Lodeberia, Lodebury, see Lothbury

London:
-, archdeacon of, 45, 52, 58, 239; beadle of, 58; house of, 58; official of, 45, 52; purpresture by xxviii, 366
-, bishop of, 58, 314; court of, 58; ordinary of, 152; see also fitz Neal, Richard
-, Tower of, see Tower of London

London Bridge, 98, 258, 344, 429
-, brethren of, 429
-, wardens & brethren of, 344

Loquendum by justices:
-, among themselves, 45, 144, 148, 194, 360, 446, 450, 466
-, with king & council, xix, 39–40, 60, 73, 156, 195, 208, 217, 220–1
-, with the exchequer, 310–12

Lorimer:
-, Alexander, servant of William le Barbour, 82
-, John le, & his daughter, 123

Lot & scot, 209

Lothbury, Lodeberia, Lodebury, 401, 417

Louis, Prince, xx, 195, 316

Loundoneston, John de, & Agnes his wife, 156

Lovedays, 236, 238

Ludlow, Ludelawe, Master Robert of, 472, 483

Lunatic, suicide of a, 121

Lutre, Robert, 370

Lynn, Lenne, see King's Lynn

Magna Carta, xx, 323 n

Magnates of the realm, 242, 297

Maiden Lane, Kyrenelane, xxix

Mainpast, 57, 123, 155, 164, 185; see also Household

Malefactors, 26, 205, 332

Manchee, a sleeve or mantle of scarlet cloth, 279; see also Sokes, of William Martel

Mare, Richard de la, 158

Mareschal, Mareschale, see Marshal

Marsh, de Marisco, Thomas, of Barking, 156

Marshal:
-, Alan the, 471
-, Gilbert the & Maud, his wife, 83
-, Juliana la, 168
-, Maud la, 168
-, Richard the, xxix, 397, 436
-, Simon the, xxix, 459
-, Stephen the, xxix, 247
-, William the, xxviii, 187, 365

Martel, William, a Norman, xxix, 210 279, 306

Martin, 169

Martin, clerk, & Walter & William, his brothers, 152

Martin, priest of St. Peter, Cornhill, 45

Mary, see fitz Mary

Mash, hot, cause of death, 95, 170, 174

Matthew, see Bukerel, Matthew

Maud, child named, 133; women named, 116, 137

Mauntel, Simon, & Alan & Laurence his sons, 153

May, Henry, of St. Paul, 404

Mayhem, 85–6, 191, 239

Mayoral dating, xi

Mayors:
-, list of, presented at eyre, x, 3
-, to take action concerning purprestures, 480–5
-, (with aldermen & or citizens) speaking & acting on behalf of City, x, 6, 36, 45, 92, 157, 168, 175, 188, 194, 221–2, 249, 268, 297, 323, 345, 349
-, see also Bat, Gerard; Bukerel, Andrew; Bungay, Reginald of; Due, Roger le; Eswy, Ralph(I) primus; Joynier, William; Mercer, Serlo le; Renger, Richard

Mead, hot, cause of death, 65

Measures:
-, not sworn in the City, 322
-, used at Queenhithe, 262
-, see also Weights & measures

Megucer, Adam le, 82

Melkstrate, Melkstrete, see Milk Street

Memorandum , 294, 300, 316, 345–7

Mercer, Serlo le, mayor, xx, 195, 316

Mercery, the, 372

Merchants:
-, French, 22, 203, 328
-, Roman & Sienese, 327
-, see also Foreigners

Merton (Surrey), Mertone, prior, priory & convent of, 212, 282

Michael, clerk, 144

Middlesex:
-, county, county-court, & sheriff of, ix n, xvii, 57, 79, 153, 168, 486
-, eyre in, 168

Miles's Lane, vicus Sancti Michaelis de Candelwykstrate, 290

Milk Street, Melkstrate, Melkstrete, xviii, xix, 239, 280, 303

Mill, de Molendino:
-, Nicholas of the, 162
-, Richard of the, 460
-, see also Templars, mill of

Mill-stone, 165

Minnot, John, & his groom, 79

Minor(s):
-, custody of, 184
-, estate of, 245
-, in a case of homicide, 75, 133

Minority, king's, xxi, 300

Minur, John le, 415

Mistsel, Richard de, 117

Mocke, William, 168

Money, king's, 25, 207, 331; serjeanty of engraving the die for, 198, 275, 318

Moneyer, Moneour, Monetarius, Muneur:
-, Henry the, xxix, 421
-, William le, 61

Monk, William the, 357

Mort d'ancestor, pleas of, 244

Moses, Moyses:
-, Jew, 399
-, servant of Roger de Rysingges, 83

Mountjoy, Mundgon, monastery of, 241

Muneur, see Moneyer

Murder, see Homicide

Neugate, see Newgate

Neuwelonde, John de la, 85

Neuweman, William le, & Maud his wife, 141

Nevelun, Andrew, & his daughter, 289

Neveratham, Nevereatham, Simon, 41

Neville, Hugh de, 290

New Hospital, see St. Mary Spital

Newgate, Neugate, Newegate, 482
-, prison, 152, 172, 180, 239, 345; death of prisoners in, 117, 180; gaoler, 239
-, street, 355

Neyr, Giles le, 183

Nigel, see fitz Neal

Niger, see Black

Nog', Richard son of Richard, watchman, 108

Noke(?), John, of Greenwich, 38

Norfolk, Norffolchia, Norfolchia, Norfolcia:
-, Adam of, groom, 54
-, Henry of, 90

Norhamptone, see Northampton

Norman, John, sheriff, 5, 90–6, 376; ward of, see Cordwainer Ward

Normandy, loss of, xx

Normans, holding tenements in London, 208, 280, 303, 306

Northampton, Norhamptone, Reginald of, 58

Norton, Nortone, Richard of, vintner, 132

Norwich, Norwyche, Ralph of, 406

Old Change, St. Augustine Street, 363

Old Fish Street, Fissstrate, Fyshstrete, 191, 369

Old Jewry, see Jewry

Ongar, Aungre, Roger of, 39

Osbert, 75; see also fitz Osbert

Outlawry, 45, 94, 109, 116, 119, 123, 130, 136, 144, 155–6, 161–2, 164, 178, 180
-, form of procedure to be determined by justices, 45, 94, 109, 116, 144
-, in Essex county-court, 77
-, in Middlesex county-court, 79
-, of criminous clerks, 45, 116, 128
-, see also Waivery

Outlaws, harbouring of, 27, 221, 333
-, alleged case disproved, 222
-, by the City, 221, 300

Oxen, alleged theft of, 192

Oxford, de Oxonia:
-, Joce (the clerk) of, Jew, xxvii, 400
-, Ralph of, 98

Oylly, Henry de, 279

Oystergate, Oystresgate, William of, 158

Paine, Payn:
-, Geoffrey son of, 464
-, Robert son of, groom, 112

Palmer, Paumer, Palomfer:
-, Henry le, 39
-, Ralph(I), 427
-, Ralph(II), 476
-, Roger le, lorimer, 82
-, Stephen le, 158

Pan, of hot water, 81

Paris, Isaac of, Jew, xxvii, 400

Parmenter, Parmentarius, Ralph the, 289–90

Passelewe, Robert, xviii

Pasture, see under Edmonton

Patshull, Martin of, justice in eyre, ix, xx, 323

Paulin, Alan, 155

Paumer, see Palmer

Pavement, 75, 110

Pavia, woman named, 168

Peintour, le, see Peyntour

Pelham, Parnel, relict of Peter of, 65

Pencost, woodseller, 462

Pentices, 364–481 passim

Pepudrus, 242; see also Foreigners

Perceval, Adam, 140

Persone:
-, John la, 4, 37
-, Richard de la, 223

Pertriche, Thomas, 158

Peter:
-, brother of Adam, servant of Thomas of Staines, 239
-, chaplain of St. Michael, 135
-, groom of John Minnot, 79
-, Thomas son of, 137

Petiprestre, John le, 116

Peyntour, Peintour:
-, Alexander le, & John & Richard his servants, 94
-, Andrew le, 82

Peytevin, Peytevyn:
-, Robert le, clerk, 148
-, son of Sleme, xxvii

Pilgrimage to the Holy Land, 295

Pillars, as purprestures, 366

Pincebeke, Pincebroke, Pyncebrok: Alfred de, parmenter, 131, 190, 341, 345; Isabel his wife & Agnes & Maud, her maid-servant, 131

Pipe Rolls, see Exchequer

Pipere, Thomas le, 108

Piscenarius, see Fishmonger

Pistor, see Baker

Pits, 37, 47, 114, 120

Pleas in City courts, 233, 240, 243–4, 246–7, 347; see also Husting; Intrusion; Mort d'ancestor; Writs

Pleas of the Crown, ix–xii, xiv, xvi, xx, xxi
-, method of hearing, 6–8, 36, 194, 228, 242, 269–70
-, secret examination objected to by City, 39–40
-, unlawfully held, 20, 201, 326

Pledges of law, 63, 146, 158, 179, 345

Pole, Richard de la, 82

Ponte, see Bridge

Pontefract, Geoffrey of, tanner, xxviii, 358

Porches, as purprestures, 352, 407, 415– 16, 418, 425, 427–8, 442, 445, 464, 478

Porker, Thomas le, & Margery his wife, 145

Portour, Pourtour:
-, Aubyn le, & Sarah his wife, 124
-, Elias le, 40
-, Robert le, 106

Portsoken, Portsoka, 198, 320; ward of, 470–1

Posts, as purprestures, 361, 397, 414, 442, 469

Pot, containing live coal, 146

Prises, 35, 232, 334, 339

Prisons, see Fleet prison; Newgate; see also Imprisonment

Proof:
-, by verdict of alderman & venue demanded by foreigners, 168
-, by verdict of mayor & citizens, 83, 85–6, 92, 124, 132, 168, 222; allowable only in certain cases, 75, 157
-, by wager of law, 61, 63, 146, 153, 157–8, 179, 190, 345

Prostitute, 71

Pruet, John, man of Walter of Clifford, 115

Purgation of criminous clerks, 152

Purprestures:
-, among articles of eyre, & method of inquiry into, ix–xi, xvi, xviii, xxvii– xxxii, 16, 343–4, 348–9, 353, 366, 472
-, arrentation of, xvi–xix, 356, 358, 361, 365–6, 418, 420, 423, 434, 436, 439–41, 459
-, on land, 349–486
-, on water & on London Bridge, 343–4
-, see also Amercements

Purveyance & pre-emption, 35, 232

Pyncebrok, see Pincebeke

Pynnote, John, 69

Queenhithe:
-, customs payable at, xii, xviii, xx, 248– 68
-, farm of, 251–2, 259
-, soke of, 251–3, 256, 258, 261–7; bailiffs of, 250, 263–5, 267
-, ward of, 472 n

Queneman, Seman & Roger his son, 151

Rad, Richard, 158

Ralph(I), 120

Ralph(II), 160

Ralph, clerk of Hugh Blund, sheriff, 239

Ramsey, Ramesey, John of, 158

Rape, appeals of, 43, 132

Reading (Berks.), Reddinge, 172

Receivers:
-, of malefactors & burglars, 26, 205, 332
-, of outlaws & fugitives from justice, 221, 333; alleged case dismissed, 222; see also Bukerel, Walter
-, of thieves, 239

Regalia, see Crown & regalia

Reginald, Robert, son of, & Agnes his daughter, 150

Renger, Rengo:
-, John, 245, 409
-, Richard, mayor & justice of Common Pleas, xxix, 3, 75, 304

Rents-service:
-, due to the king: by a gold helmet and a silver coin, 217, 293, 302; by a pound of cumin, 290; by a sleeve or mantle of scarlet cloth, 279; see also under Escheats; Socage
-, recognition of, 193, 241
-, recovery of, 233. see also Intrusion

Richard I, king, ix, xx, 6, 36, 211, 212, 217, 302, 486

Richard:
-, child named, 99
-, Hugh, son of, 192
-, monk, attorney for abbot of Westminster, 44

Richer, man named, 134

Riley, H.T., xi, xiii, xxii

Ring, gold, 191

Rivaux, Rivalle, Peter de, chamberlain, 4&n

Robbery, 183, 189, 191

Robert, clerk of St. Peter, Cornhill, 45

Rochester, prior of, 428, 476

Roger:
-, alias John, 108
-, carpenter, 167
-, son of Roger, 214, 309, see also fitz Roger

Rolls, see under Chamberlain, king's; Exchequer; Eyres of London

Roman, Romanus, Master John, of York, 290, 311

Romans, practising usury in the City, 327

Rouen, Berner, alias Bunruncus of, xviii, 208, 280, 303

Rous, Richard le, diller, 158; see also Rufus

Rowlocks, see Ships

Ruffy, Henry, le Taillur, 67

Rufus, Ruffus:
-, Gervase, 448
-, Richard, 299
-, Stephen, moneyer, 37

Rumunger, Honorius le, 142

Russel:
-, Geoffrey, the clerk, 70
-, Richard, usurer, 216, 282, 310

Russet, see Cloth

Rysingges, Roger de, clerk, & Moses his servant, 83

Sabrithteworthe, see Sawbridgeworth

Sacole Lane, see Seacoal Lane

Sailors, arrested with a ship, 106

St. Albans:
-, abbot of, 418
-, Geoffrey of, alias le Avener, & Alice his wife, 84
-, Henry of, 195, 316
-, Walter of, 161

St. Alphage, London Wall, Alphege, Elphege, church, 199, 276

St. Andrew Hubbard, Huberd, church, 199

St. Andrew Street, 75

St. Audoen, church, 276

St. Augustine Street, see Old Change

St. Augustine Papey (upon London Wall), church, 199, 276

St. Bartholomew, church, 98, 142

St. Bartholomew, hospital, master of, 370, 453

St. Bartholomew, priory, prior of, 123, 381, 394

St. Benet, church, 139

St. Botulph, Clement, son of William of, 149

St. Bride Fleet Street, church, 93, 140

St. Edmund King & Martyr, church, 135

St. Edmunds, Gerard of, watchman, 108

St. Elphege, see St. Alphage

St. Giles without Cripplegate, parish, 168; parson of, & Thomas his brother, 116

St. Helens, Michael of, sheriff, 5, 69–76

St. Helens Bishopsgate, prioress & nuns of, 430, 432

St. John the Baptist, Walbrook, church, 450

St. John Zachary, church, 153

St. Katherine, hospital, & its master, 377

St. Lawrence Pountney, super Thamisiam, churchyard, 451; parish, 221, 298

St. Lawrence Street in Jewry, see Laurence Lane

St. Magnus the Martyr, church, 125, 163, 199, 276, 465; gate at the back of, 465

St. Martinle Grand:
-, church, 199, 276, 361
-, sessions at, ix, x, 301, 349
-, street, St. Martin's Lane, 219

St. Martin Outwich, de Ottewyche, church, 152; street, 152

St. Martin Vintry, church, 152
-, John, chaplain of, 152; William, subdeacon of, 152

St. Martin's Lane, see St. Martin le Grand

St. Mary Abchurch, de Apescherche, parish, 193

St. Mary Aldermanbury, de Aldermannechirche, church, 150

St. Mary (? at Hill), church, 240

St. Mary Bothaw, Bothhaugh, Bothhawe, church, 149, 450

St. Mary Colechurch, Colecherche, Colchirche, Colechirche, church & rector, 375, 401

St. Mary Coney hope Lane, de Cuneghope, Cuninghop, chapel, 94, 403

St. Mary in Jewry chapel (? St. Mary, King's chapel), 199, 276

St. Mary le Bow, des Arches, parish, 212

St. Mary Magdalene, Old Fish Street, 369

St. Mary Overy, de Suthwerk, de Suthwerke, de Souwerke, ultra Pontem, church, 49, 314, 382; prior of, 382

St. Mary Somerset, de Somerset, church, 148; churchyard, 71

St. Mary Spital, without Bishopsgate, New Hospital, prior of, 247, 372, 417

St. Michael, church, 127

St. Michael (?Cornhill), church, & Peter, chaplain of, 135

St. Michael Crooked Lane(?), versus fullones, parish, 218, 290

St. Michael de Candelwykestrate, see Miles's Lane

St. Michael le Querne, in foro ubi venditur bladum, church, 199, 276, 291

St. Nicholas Aeon, Hacun, Hakun, parish, 295, 310

St. Nicholas Cole Abbey, St. Nicholas, monasterium, 144

St. Nicholas Lane, 162

St. Olave, Old Jewry, church & rector, 402

St. Osith, Robert of, 107

St. Pancras (Middx.), parish, 57

St. Paul's:
-, canons, 289, 314, 419
-, church, 157, 199, 276; gate of, 363
-, churchyard, 70
-, deaconry, 199
-, dean & chapter, 199, 366, 485
-, treasurer's garden, 366
-, vicar of (Walkelin), 45

St. Paul's, Martin of, tailor, 84

St. Peter Cornhill, de Cornhulle, church, 45, 70; Amyas, dean of, Martin, priest of, John & William, chaplains of, Robert, clerk of, 45

St. Peter in the Bailey (ad Vincula), church, 199, 276

St. Peter Paul's Wharf, The Less, super Thamisiam, church, 199, 217, 276, 293

St. Peter's Hill?, Kingesgate, 483

St. Saviour, church, 130

St. Sepulchre, church, 359

St. Swithin, Swithun, Swythin, church, 478; parish, 241

St. Swithin's Lane, 477

St. Thomas Southwark, ultra Pontem, hospital, 102, 347

St. Thomas the Apostle, Street of, see Great St. Thomas the Apostle

Saler, Richard, 357

Salet, Salette, Bernard de, 209, 297, 305

Salisbury, bishop of, his house (Salisbury Place), 353

Salmon, customs payable on, at Queenhithe, 251, 255–6

Salt [ ? fish], customs payable on, 249–50

Sanctuary:
-, death of a felon in, 102, 130
-, escapes from, 70, 135, 148
-, in an unnamed church, 107, 117, 151
-, in the church at Upchurch (Kent), 146
-, in the church of: St. Bartholomew, 98, 142; St. Benet, 139; St. Bride, 93, 140; St. Edmund, 135; St. Magnus the Martyr, 125, 163; St. Mary Aldermanbury, 150; St. Mary Bothaw, 149; St. Mary Overy, 49; St. Mary Somerset, 148; St. Michael, 127; St. Peter Paul's Wharf, 70; St. Saviour, 130
-, in the hospital of St. Thomas the Martyr, 102

Saucer, Sauser:
-, Geoffrey le, saucer to King John, 213, 283, 308
-, Roger le, 146
-, William le, saucer to queen of King John, 213, 308

Sawbridgeworth, Sabrithteworthe, Ralph of, 156

Scavage, 263

Sciendum , declaratory statements for the record, 2, 36, 42, 62–3, 194, 345, 353

Scot:
-, Robert, tailor, 158
-, William, 158

Scot & lot, 209

Scotland, Henry III's expedition to, 221

Scurel, William, servant of John of Walbrook, 94

Seacoal Lane, Sacolelane, 189, 355

Seagrave, Stephen of, chief justice of Common Pleas, 76

Seler, Walter le, 82

Seneschal, Walter the, 82

Serjeant:
-, City's, at eyre, 2
-, king's, 135; at eyre, 2
-, sheriffs', 180, 239

Serjeanties, xvi, xx, xxix, xxx, 13, 197–8, 275, 318–21

Serlo, Isabel wife of, 157–8

Shaftesbury, Sheftesberia, Peter of, 131

Sharpe, R.R., xi

Shenche, Martin, xix

Shenley, Shenleghe, Maud of, 156

Shep, John, sheriff's serjeant & beadle, 180, 239

Sheriff of Essex, 77

Sheriff of Kent, 38

Sheriff of London:
-, accounting at exchequer, xvi–xviii,. xxvii–xxxii
-, amercements leviable by, 233, 236
-, clerks of, 239
-, concerned with inquests, 144, see also under Chamberlain
-, concerned with pleas of intrusion, 243– 4
-, concerned with pleas of land, 235
-, concerned with weights & measures, 322
-, dating of rolls of, xi
-, in default at eyre, 5, 176, 227
-, list of, presented at eyre, 5
-, not to be present at election of compurgators, 63, 157
-, not to despoil thieves before conviction, 192
-, responsibilities during eyre, 36, 194, 201, 270, 294
-, rolls of, xi, xx, 5
-, serjeant s of, see under Serjeant
-, to seize wine sold illicitly, 41
-, see also Basing, Adam of; Bat, Gerard; Blund, Hugh le; Blund, Roger le; Bufle, Walter le; Bukerel, Stephen; Bungay, Reginald of; Cordwaner, Gervase le; Gotham, Henry of; Coudres, John de; Coventry, Jordan of; Duc, Roger le; Durham, Thomas of; Edmonton, Henry of; Eswy, Ralph(I) primus; Eswy, Ralph(II), junior; fitz John, Robert; fitz Mary, Simon; fitz Walter, Richard; fitz William, Martin; Gisors, John de; Hardel, Robert(II); Norman, John; St. Helens, Michael of; Tovi, Michael de; Tulesan, John; Viel, John junior; Winchester, Walter of; Woburn, John of; Wylehale, John de

Sheriff of Middlesex, 57, 79, 168

Sheriff of Yorkshire, ix

Shields, thetruf, 189

Ships, 74, 106, 251, 255, 267–8, 343, 353; with rowlocks, 259; with tholepins, 260; see also Shout, Spindelbot

Shoe Lane, Solande, 119, 351, 352

Shops for the sale of fish, 256–7

Shoreditch, Shorediche, Sordich:
-, Adam of, 118
-, Alan of, xxx, 192

Short Lane(?), venella corta, 55

Shouke, Souke, John, 158

Shout (boat), 261

Shrievalty: of London 322; of London & Middlesex, 486; see also under Sheriff

Sibilla, see Sybil

Sienese, Senenses, practising usury, 327

Sieve, siffa (basket used as a measure), 249

Silver cup, 130

Simon & Constance his wife, 77

Sire, see Syre

Sleme, widow, sister of Elias Bishop, Jew, 398; Peytevin, her son, xxvii

Smith, Faber:
-, Adam the, & Robert his son, 247
-, Arnard the, 56
-, Geoffrey the, xxix
-, Gilbert the, 439
-, Reginald the, 119
-, see also Ferrun

Smithfield, Smedfeld, Smethefeld, Smethefelde:
-, bar of, 357
-, field of, xxviii, 356
-, horse pool at, 482

Socage, paid to the king, 359, 365

Sokes, xx
-, constitutions & provisions for, 233, 242
-, of archbishop of Canterbury, 262
-, of Cornhill, 45
-, of prior of Holy Trinity, 145, see also Portsoken
-, of Queenhithe, 251–3, 256, 258, 261–7
-, of William Martel, 210, 279, 306

Solande, Solane, see Shoe Lane

Solars, solarium, solium, 78, 91, 357–479 passim

Solio, John de, alderman, 45

Solomon, see fitz Solomon

Soper's Lane, Sopereslane, 292

Sordich, see Shoreditch

Sotebroc, Sotebrok, Sotebroke, Sottebroke, Robert de, alias Osbert de, xxix, xxxi, 198, 275, 319

Souke, see Shouke

Southwark (Surrey), Southwerk, Suthwerke, 163, 185
-, Maud of, 156
-, William of, & Luke his son, 212
-, see also St. Mary Overy; St. Thomas Southwark

Spain, Ispannia, John son of Roger of, clerk, 128

Sperlenge, Sperlinges:
-, Marsilia, xxix, 317
-, Ralph, 115, 317, 461; ward of, see Billingsgate Ward

Spicer, le Espicer, Lespicer, Specer, Speciarius:
-, Bartholomew, 388
-, Joce, xviii, xix, xxix, xxxi, 184, 187, 208, 280, 284; Christine his relict, xix, xxix, xxxi, 184, 187, 208, 280
-, Milo, 130
-, Ralph, sheriff, xvii, xxvii–xxix

Spindelbot, 268

Stable, 418

Staff, 75, 107

Staines, Stanes:
-, Nicholas of, baker, 179
-, Thomas of, & Adam his servant, & Peter, Adam's brother, 239

Stairs (or steps), as purprestures, 362– 480 passim; see also Deodand

Stake(s), as purpresture, 369

Stalls of the butchers & fishmongers, 360, 446, 485–6

Stamford, Staunford, Staunforde:
-, Ciel of, & Austin his servant, 55
-, Master Richard of, 407
-, Terry of, alias Terricus Colonensis, 217, 293

Stanes, see Staines

Staples, 461, 468

Starrs, Jewish, 219

Staunford, Staunforde, see Stamford

Stebenhethe, Stebenhuthe, see Stepney

Steperang, Steperanc:
-, Ralph, 289, 468
-, Walter, rector of St. Olave Jewry, 402

Stephen, Christine, daughter of, & Stephen her brother, 175

Stepney (Middx.), Stebenhethe, Stebenhuthe, fields near, 63

Steps of cellars, as purprestures, 413–74 passim, see also Stairs (or steps)

Strandage, 251, 254

Strangers, 35, 232, 339; see also Foreigners

Stratford, Geoffrey of, falconer, 158

Stuteville, sir William de, 75

Suicide, 46, 122, 141

Surde, . . . lia la, 78; see also Deaf

Surrey, 49

Suthwerk, Suthwerke, see Southwark Sutor:
-, Alan, of Chiswick, 86
-, David, 40

Swords, 83, 108, 156, 239; hilt of, 83

Sybil, Sibilla, 174

Syre, Sire, John le, of Kingston, & William (alias John) his son, 75

Taillefer, William, 359

Tailor, Taillur, Cissor:
-, Henry le, 65
-, Robert, le, alias Richard, & his wife & servants, 178
-, Roger the, 474

Tanners, seld of the, 380

Tannur, Ralph le, 357

Tattershall, Tateshale, Isolde of, 146

Taxstede, see Thaxted

Teeth, broken, 83

Teinturer, Simon le, 158

Templars, Knights, xxviii, xxix, xxxi, 350–1, 353
-, mill of, 353

Temple, New, 350

Tenter-grounds near the Tower, xxix, 466

Terrewan', wife of Master John de, 405

Thames, 48–485 passim; see also Fleet

Thaxted, Taxstede, Geoffrey of, 222

Theft, larceny, 98, 123, 125, 127, 130, 139, 149, 183, 189, 191–2; see also Escapes; Receivers

Tholepins, see Ships

Tholosan, see Tulesan

Thomas(I), 37

Thomas(II), 122

Thomas, brother of the parson of St. Giles, 116

Thovy, see Tovi

Thumb, bitten off in quarrel, 85

Thurstan, William, 289

Tine (i.e. a tub), 174

Tixtor, see Weaver

Tolosan, see Tulesan

Tornur, Turnur:
-, Emma relict of Walter le, 140
-, Henry le, & Robert le, 164

Totnes, Totenasse, Totenesse, Tottenesse:
-, Beatrice, 'wife' of Richard of, 239
-, Richard, alleged clerk, xxvii, xxviii n, 186, 239, 410

Tovi, Thovy, Michael de, sheriff, 5, 143–51; ward of, see Tower Ward

Tower, de Turri:
-, Jordan of the, 272
-, Robert of the, 272
-, William of the, xix

Tower of London, ix, x, xiv, xv, 1, 301–6, 312, 315, 466
-, constable of, xix, 93, 130, 277, 329
-, ditch outside wall of, 155
-, gate of, 2
-, hall of, 2
-, tenter-grounds near, xxix, 466

Tower Ward, 466–9

Trace, Robert, 179

Trades & occupations:
-, agent, 136
-, arblaster, balistarius, xix, xxx
-, avener (purveyor of oats), 84
-, baker, 43, 172, 179, 431, 444
-, barber, 60, 82
-, blaeter, 442
-, bureller, 46
-, butcher, 360, 446, 485–6
-, butler, 211, 281, 307
-, calicer (? cup-maker), 82
-, capper, 154, 240
-, carpenter, 163, 167, 479
-, carter, 87
-, clothworker, 323
-, clutere (? nail-smith), 61
-, cook, 123, 158
-, cordwainer, see Cordwaner
-, currier, coureur, courector, 102, 108, 136
-, custerer, 102
-, cutler, see Cotiller
-, diller (? seller or grower of dill), 158
-, dubber (? mender of old clothes), 156
-, dyers, tinctores, xxix, 158
-, falconer, 158
-, fishmonger, 399, 486
-, founder, fundour, 37, 168, 354
-, fruiterer, fruter, 158
-, fuller, 64
-, fuster (saddletree-maker), 82
-, gaoler, 239
-, glover, gaunter, 161, 172
-, goldsmith, 50, 78, 185–6
-, imagemaker, 43
-, lorimer, 82, 123
-, mercer, xvii, xx, 195, 316
-, moneyer, 37, 61, 421
-, painter, 82, 94
-, parmenter, 37, 131, 190, 289–90, 311, 341, 345
-, physician, 43
-, prostitute, 71
-, saddler, seler, 82
-, sailor, 106
-, saucer, 146, 213, 283, 308
-, shoemaker, sutor, 40, 86
-, smith, xxix, 56, 119, 247, 293, 439, see also Ferrun
-, spicer, see Spicer
-, tailor, 65, 67, 84, 158, 161, 178, 474
-, tanner, 37, 82, 357, 380
-, tiler, cuvreur, 49, 119
-, surer, see Usurers
-, vintner, 76, 132, 148, 158, 223, 239, 284, 324
-, watchman, 108
-, weaver, teler, tixtor, 63, 109
-, whittawer, megucer, 82
-, woodseller, 462

Travails, travella, horse enclosures, 359– 471 passim

Travers, John, 211, 281

Treasure trove, 19, 200, 325

Trentemars, Andrew, 212, 282

Tulbuche, Stephen, 84

Tulesan, Tholosan, Tolosan, Tulasan, John, sheriff, 5, 117–27, 245, 370

Tumbril, 482

Tun, of wine confiscated, 41, 103–4

Tunic, theft of, 123

Turnur, see Tornur

Turpyn, Laurence, 85

Turroke, man named, 39

Tutbury, Tuttebiria, Henry of, 64

Tyllebrigge, Richard, watchman, 108

Tywelour, Tywelur (tiler):
-, Ireys (Irishman) le, 49
-, John le, 119

Upchurch (Kent), Upchirche, 146

Ushers during eyre, 2

Usurers:
-, Christian, deceased, 21, 202, 314, 338
-, Christian, living, 34, 231, 314, 327
-, escheats concerning, 278
-, repentant, see Gablere, Goda la
-, see also Buscy, Geoffrey: Merchants, Roman & Sienese; Russel, Richard

Utlaghe, William, watchman, 108

Vat (cuva), of hot mash, 170; see also Deodand; Kimnel

Venella corta, see Short Lane

Verli, Verly, see Virli

Veylant, John, 372

Viel, Vyel:
-, John junior, le Joevene, sheriff, 5, 37, 83, 152–8, 182, 227; ward of, see Bread Street Ward
-, John senior, 367

Vilers, Roger de, 142

Vintner, Vinetarius:
-, Adam the, 284
-, Joce the, 284
-, Simon the, of Milk Street, 239
-, Warm the, 148, 158

Vintners, amerced, 223, 324; see also Assize of wine

Vintry, xxix, xxxi, 208, 284

Virli, Verli, Verly, Virly, Martin de, a Norman of Rouen, xviii, xxix, xxxi, 208, 280

Vo, Guy de, 288

Vouche, Ralph le, 59

Vyel, see Viel

Wager of Law, x, xii, 61, 63, 146, 157–8 forty-two-handed, 153, 175
-, seven-handed, Lex Tertia, 63, 190, 345 thirty-six-handed, Lex Magna, xiv, 63, 157–8, 179

Waif, 147

Waivery, 123, 135; see also Outlawry

Walbrook, 397, 479
-, compurgators elected from east or west of, 158
-, John of, 94
-, street, 112, 161
-, ward of, 108 n, 477–9

Wales, Marches of, 139

Waleworthe, see Walworth

Walkelin, a vicar of St. Paul's, 45

Walls:
-, as purprestures, 366
-, earthen, 409
-, party, 90, 241
-, stone, 80, 173, 355
-, the City: churches situated near, 276; purprestures on, 406

Walter, see fitz Walter

Waltham, Wautham:
-, abbot of, 88
-, Benet of, 158
-, Henry of, 221
-, Hugh de, common clerk, xiii, xv, xix, xxvi

Walworth, Waleworthe, Alexander of, 158

Wards:
-, beadle of, 57
-, compurgators chosen from, 153, 175 see also under individual wards; Watch

Wardship, devise of, 184

Wardship & marriage, 12, 197, 274

Ware, William of, 40

Warewyk, Warewyke, see Warwick

Warrants:
-, for return of outlaws, 221, 300
-, for surrender of a criminous clerk, 45

Warwick, Warewyk, Warewyke:
-, Jacob of, Jew, xxvii, xxviii n, 400
-, Nicholas of, 172

Watch, of a ward:
-, murder of a number of the, 108
-, set by sheriffs upon a suspect in sanctuary, 70, 93, 148

Watergate, alleged obstruction of, 353

Wautham, see Waltham

Wayder, see Weyder

Waynefuntaynes, Ralph, 70

Weaver, Tixtor, Guy the, 109

Weights & measures, 17, 201, 225, 322, 323

Welnedebrigge, vicus de, 129; see also Fleet Bridge Street

Wepere, William le, 169

Westchepe, see Cheapside

Westminster, xi, 199 n, 221, 249 n, 342
-, abbot's attorney, 44
-, Edward of, 203, 328
-, John, monk of, 44
-, liberties of the abbot, ix n, 44
-, Richard, monk of, 44

Weyder, Wayder, Alan le, 182, 185, & Alan his nephew, 185

Wharf, de Kayo, John of the, 158

Wharves, 77, 343
-, near Ebbgate, 473
-, of Henry Ruffy, le Taillur, 67
-, of the abbot of Waltham, 88

Wife-beating, 83

Wilekyn, Agnes, 443

William:
-, boy named, 113
-, chaplain of St. Peter Cornhill, 45
-, custos mese, see Hayward
-, Hugh, son of, a servant, 92
-, son of William, 184
-, sub-deacon of St. Martin Vintry, 152
-, with the Beard, see fitz Osbert, William
-, see also fitz William

Williams, G.A., xiv

Willows, obstructing a waterway, 353

Wilton, Wyltone, Richard of, & Alice his daughter, 63

Wimbledon (Surrey), Wymbledone, Rose of & Lettice her daughter, 132

Wimpler, Wimplere:
-, Edwina la, 56
-, William le, 103

Winchester, de Wintonia, Wyntonia:
-, Adam of, 298
-, Geoffrey of, 211, 281
-, Richard of, 451
-, Walter of, sheriff, 5, 53–5

Winchester, seld of, 263

Windunberi, Wyndunberi, Richard de la, Wymarca his wife, & Hamo & Thomas his sons, 75

Wine, assize of, see Assize of wine

Wine-cellars, see under Cellars

Wintonia, see Winchester

Withdrawals of appellors, see Appeals

Woburn, Woburne, Wouburne, John of, sheriff, 5, 56–68; Nicholas his son, 5

Woleward, Durand, 127

Wood Street, Wodestrate, 89, 97

Woodseller, Pencost the, 462

Woroparth, 249

Wortham, see Wrotham

Wouburne see Woburn

Wounding, 50, 61, 75, 92, 117, 161, 168

Writs:
-, of entry, 244
-, of gavelet, 233
-, of right, 244

Wrotham, Wortham:
-, Robert of, 477
-, William of, 210, 279

Wylehale, John de, sheriff, 5, 128–35, 227

Wyltone, see Wilton

Wymarca, 361

Wymbledone, see Wimbledon

Wyndunberi, see Windunberi

Wyne, John, servant of Geoffrey de Costes, 61

Wyntonia, see Winchester

Wysdom, Geoffrey, 158

York, 290, 311
-, Mabel of, 50
-, William of, provost of Beverley, justice itinerant, ix, x, xxvii–xxxi, 1, 248, 301, 349

Yorkshire, sheriff of, ix