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References in Roman numerals are to the pages of the Introduction; Arabic numerals denote entries in the calendar (and not pages) unless printed in Italics when they refer to the heading of an entry in the calendar. For other points concerning the Index, see p. xxxiv.

Aas, John, 586

Abberbury, Richard, junior, kt., 641

Abchurch Lane (Abbechirch lane), 647

Abel
-, John, 331–2
-, William, butcher, & Joan his wife, 309

Abraham, John, 511

Absolon, Adam, 85

Abyndon(e)
-, Simon de, alderman, 230–59; def., 164, 248; sheriff, 244
-, Stephen de, 119; alderman, 185; mayor, 223–8; sheriff, 221

Accon, Gilbert & Mazera his wife, 644

Acres (Acre)
-, Adam de, common serjeant, xxix; commonalty's attorney, 449–50
-, John de, 256

Adrien (Adrian)
-, John, 169
-, Peter, 154
-, Thomas, 351

Albyn (Aubyn)
-, John (son of Lawrence), 209, 217
-, Lawrence, 396

Aldebury, Walter de, canon of St. Paul's, 594

Aldermen: on assizes, x–xi, xiii; jurors in pleas of intrusion, xi; pls. while on assize, xxxi; two adjourn assize, xvi; see also Mayor & aldermen

Ale, 617; -tuns (ziletonnes), 646

Aleyn (Alleyn)
-, Geoffrey & Maud his wife, 370–1, 374
-, Thomas, alderman, 658

Algate, Joan relict of Robert de, potter, 340

Alien priory, 386; see also Fécamp

All Hallows Barking (St. Mary de Berkyngechapel): chantry chaplain of the chapel of St. Nicholas, see Forster, John; church, 125; par., 146, 251, 259, 611; parishioners (named), 259; parson, Walter, 259; rector, see Gatewyk, William de

All Hallows Bread Street: chantry in church, 385; par., 28, 304–5, 441, 635–6; parishioners (named), 385, 481; rector, see Doublet, Walter; wardens of a tenement in, 385

All Hallows Honeylane: church, 399; par., 528, 654

All Hallows Lombard Street (Garscherche, Grascherche): church, 260; churchyard, 260, 474; par., 77, 184, 212, 431; parishioners (named), 260; parson, Roger, 260; rector, see Aston, John de

All Hallows London Wall, par., 188, 293

All Hallows Staining, par., 633–4

All Hallows the Great (at Hay, atte Heywharf, etc.), par., 37, 118–19, 244, 253, 265

All Hallows the Less: par., 50, 164, 536–7; parishioners, 50; rector, see Egemere, Master John de

Alleyn, see Aleyn

Alleys, 464, 488, 586

Alms, gift in, 34

Alure, see Buildings

Alyngton, William, 651

Amoundesham, Henry de, 145

Ampney, Nicholas de, abbot of Cirencester, 593

Amys (Amizs)
-, John, 74
-, William, 149

Ancroft (Anecroft), William, alderman, 632, 630–1

Andrew (Andreu)
-, James, 451; alderman, 524–5, 591, 51869; mayor, 536, 545, 535–45; sheriff, 518
-, Richard, 258
-, William, chandler, 473

Animals, 63, 66, 218, 519, 524, 570, 595, 605, 609, 653; slaughtered, 569; see also Cows; Dogs; Fowls; Horses; Oxen; Pigs

Anvil, 617

Arblaster, William, 615

Archer, Thomas, rector of St. Leonard Eastcheap, 574

Arches, see Buildings

Arcubus, see Bow

Armenters (Darmenters), John de, 326; alderman, 19–54; Joan his relict, xxxii, 316, 323, 325–6, 328

Armour, 617

Armourer, see Trades

Arnold
-, John, 660
-, Robert, sheriff, 651,654, 651

Arondel, William de, 79

Arraz
-, Alice de, 236
-, Robert de, sheriff, 318
-, William de, 497

Askham
-, John de, clerk, 426
-, William, alderman, 660, 641–5

Aspal, Adam, 414

Asshe, Robert de, cordwainer, 199

Asshebourne
-, Henry de, lawyer, 499
-, Thomas, prior of Austin Friars, 630

Assheby, John de, 306

Asshecombe, Robert, broderer, 644

Asshelyn, Henry, 618

Asshendon
-, Alan de, & Margery his wife, 261
-, Gilbert de, 47, 80, 102–3

Asshwell
-, John & Parnel his wife, 568
-, John, attorney, 599

Asshwy, Isabel relict of Stephen, 171

Assize of buildings (fitz Ailwin's assize), ix–xi, xii–xxxii passim; cited in pleading, xv

Aston
-, John de, rector of All Hallows Lombard Street, 448, 474
-, William de, 483

Attorneys, xv

Aubrey (Aubre)
-, Andrew, alderman, 319, 407, 432, 334– 441; def., xxxii, 316, 323–4, 326; mayor, 353, 349–61, 429–30; pl., 304– 5, 325, 328; Joan his wife, 316, 322–6, 328
-, John, alderman, 591–2, 598, 613, 589– 613; pl., 573; sheriff, 597–8,605

Aubyn, see Albyn

Aulton, John de, & Katherine his wife, 375–6

Aumere, William de, 416

Austin Friars, priory: garden, 188, 293; prior, 133, 293, Elias, 113, see also Asshebourne, Thomas; prior & brethren, 188, 630

Austyn, Thomas, alderman, 635, 635–7; sheriff, 635–7

Aveynes, Thomas de, Isolde his wife & Lucy their daughter, 69

Aylesbury, Richard, 626

Aylesham (Eynesham), John de, alderman, 380–93; sheriff, 385

Bacheler
-, Denise relict of John (le), 125, 259
-, Walter, 481, 525

Badby (Badeby), William, 613; alderman, 618, 623; def., 634

Badewe, Hugh de, kt., 573

Bailiff, Philip son of John le, 14

Bailiffs, City, xi; see also Basing, Thomas de

Bailly, William, linendraper, 659

Bakehouse, see Buildings

Baker, see Trades

Bakere
-, John le, 463
-, William le, 375

Bakewell (Bakkewell)
-, —,628
-, John, 598
-, Thomas de, 480, 497

Balauncer, Ralph le, def., 127; sheriff, 230

Baldewyne, Richard, 599

Baldok, John, (mayor's) serjeant, 604, 618

Balesham, Roger de, 115, 122; Isabel his wife, 115

Ballard
-, John, 655
-, Nicholas son of Alan, see Sutton

Balle, Ranulph, 85, 104; Isabel his wife, 104

Balliol Hall, see Oxford

Bamme
-, Adam, alderman, 635, 636–8; goldsmith, attorney, 625; mayor, 641–2; sheriff, 627, 657
-, Henry, alderman, 635, 636

Bampton, John de, 558

Bannebury, Thomas de, & Joan his wife, 4

Barage, Arnold & Christine his wife, 6, 8

Barantyn (Barentyn), Drew, mayor, 660–1

Barber (Barbier, Barbour)
-, Geoffrey le, 78
-, John & Joan his wife, 426, 428
-, Matthew le, 385
-, Peter le, 234
-, Richard le, of Bread Street, 111
-, Robert le, 77, 260
-, Simon le, 292
-, Thomas le, 305, 375

Barber, see Trades

Bardeneye, Walter de, 85, 100

Barentyn, see Barantyn

Baret, William, alderman, 618; arbitrator, 632; pl., 635–6; sheriff, 622–3

Barge, le, tenement called, [St. Stephen Walbrookpar.],626

Barker, Richard le, serjeant of Walbrook ward, 510

Barkeworthe, Walter de, 234

Barnet (Barnette)
-, John atte, mercer, 412
-, John de la, 168, 177
-, Thomas atte, hosteler, 596
-, Thomas atte, mason, 566, 581–3, 591, 604

Baronet, Thomas son of John, 502

Baroun
-, J., essoiner, 224
-, John, chaplain, 443

Barre, John de la, ward-beadle, 312

Barrels, 646

Bars: for closing a lane, 401; iron, 623; see also Buildings, windows

Barsham, Robert de, 312

Barton
-, Henry, alderman, 659
-, John, recorder, 658
-, John de, & Beatrice his wife, 477
-, Jordan, 614
-, Ralph, alderman, 653–4, 653–4
-, Thomas, goldsmith, 624

Basing (Basingg, etc.)
-, Gregory de, 161
-, Isabel relict of Nicholas de, 430
-, Margery de, 196
-, Reginald son of Margery de, 196
-, Solomon de, 124
-, Thomas de, bailiff of the City, 351
-, William de, & Richolda his wife, 160, 163

Basset, Thomas & Isabel his wife, 40

Bassishaw: street, 641; ward, 261

Basyngstoke, Richard de, alderman, 407, 407–16

Bataille, Ralph, 305

Batour, Peter le, 109

Bauquelle, John de, 103; Cecily his wife, 103, 129, 227, 235

Bavente, Alice, executors of, 41

Baynard's Castle, see Castle Baynard

Bayser, Richard, butcher, 569, 584; Emma his wife, 569

Beams, see Buildings

Beauchamp, John de, kt., 415

Beauflur (Beauflour)
-, Geoffrey son of Geoffrey, 312
-, James, 296

Beaufront, John, woolmonger, & Margery his wife, 548

Beaumond, 522n

Beauner, William, 487

Beauveys, Philip son of Philip de, 240

Beche, Henry atte, 574

Bedeford (Bedeforth)
-, Deodatus de, goldsmith, 430; see also Deodonatus
-, John de, skinner, 420, 442
-, Richard de, & Isabel his wife, 58

Bedel, William, cordwainer, & Joan his wife, 532

Bedyngton, John de, mercer, 511

Begge, Hervey, alderman, 622

Bekenesfeld, alias Fulham, Adam de, & Alice his wife, 327

Bekles, John de, 271

Bell-tower, see Buildings

Benches, 613, 646

Benchesham, Thomas de, 522

Benere
-, John le, warden of London Bridge, 51–2, 59
-, Walter le, 213

Bengeo, John, 475

Benstede, Robert de, 329

Bentele
-, John, 632
-, John de, 377
-, Maud de, 219

Benyngton, Simon de, sheriff, 508–9

Berdefeld
-, Henry, attorney, 593
-, Richard de, 234

Berdene, John de, 496

Berkhampsted, Thomas de, master of St. Thomas of Acon, 452

Berkyng (Berkyngge)
-, Richard (de), alderman, 331–430; sheriff, 370
-, Thomas de, goldsmith, 255

Bermyngham (Bermysygham), Thomas, 583

Bernard, William, 85, 111

Bernes, John (de), alderman, 591, 597, 604, 535–95; mayor, 577–80; pl., 460; sheriff, 506, 503–5; Christine his wife, 460

Berneval, Peter & Maud his wife, 45

Berneye, Walter de, sheriff, 511–13

Beryng, Richard, tanner, 187

Besseville, John de, 383

Bethewater, see Bithewater

Betoyne (Béthune, Betoygne, etc.)
-, Richard de, alderman, 312, 293–325; def., 343–4, 347; mayor, xiii, 286
-, William de, alderman, 2–3, 26, 37, 6–72

Bever, Agnes, 629

Béverly (Beverlaco, Beverle, etc.)
-, Adam de, skinner, 261
-, John de, 385
-, John de, tailor, 203
-, Walter de, 305
-, William, 649
-, William de, chaplain, 189

Beversbrook (Beveresbroke), Wilts., see Blund, John

Beverych, William, 659

Biddlesden (Bittelesden), Bucks., abbot, 641

Bidyk (Bydik)
-, Juliana, 627
-, William de, 85

Billingesgate, Ralph de, taverner, 139

Billingsgate ward, 312

Bin (bynne), 646

Bird, Richard, essoiner, 210

Birdene, John de, 193

Bishopsgate (Bisshopesgate), 292, 375; street, 622

Bisshop
-, John, 459
-, Robert, 407, 409

Bithewater (Bethewater, Bythewater), John, 655; alderman, 653–4, 653–4; sheriff, 653

Bittelesden, see Biddlesden

Bixle, John de, 357

Black Death, xxx

Black Friars, see Friars Preachers

Blackmore (Blakemore), Essex, prior, 244

Blacwell, John de, 408

Blake, Thomas le, 403

Blakeneye
-, Adam de, executors of, 99
-, Peter de, 125
-, Thomas de, draper, 292

Blakethorn, John de la, 255

Blaunche, John, 525

Blith (Blythe)
-, Geoffrey de, & Cecily his wife, 212
-, Ralph de, saddler, 355, 418; Joan his wife, 418

Blod, John, 574

Blood, animals', 569

Bloseworth, alias de Ware, Lawrence, 622

Blund (Blount, etc.)
-, Hugh (le), kt., 5, 135, 395, 400
-, Hugh le, 46
-, Idonia la, see Hagham, Robert de
-, John, of Beversbrook, 632
-, John le, alderman, 6, 205; mayor, 26, 37, 85, 10–131
-, John le, goldsmith, 255
-, John son of Walter le, 25
-, Peter le, parson of St. Stephen Walbrook, 169, 174
-, Ralph le, 255
-, Ralph le, goldsmith, 203
-, Simon le, baker, 205
-, Thomas, of Essex, 632
-, Thomas le, 78

Bluntesdon, Henry de, 136

Boards (bordes), moveable, 646; see also Buildings, planks

Boats, 453

Bockysham, John, mayor's serjeant, 630

Bocton
-, Adam de, 218
-, Ralph son of John de, 262

Bohun, Joan, countess of Hereford, xxxi, 633–4

Bokbyndere, John le, 295

Bokeler, John le, 348

Bokerel, see Bukerel

Bokstede, John, carpenter, 482

Bole
-, Nicholas, 503
-, William le, 38

Bolet, Simon, alderman, 154, 120–85

Bolyngton, John de, & Isabel his wife, 221

Bonaunter, Thomas, 627

Bonde, John le, & Joan his wife, 26, 35

Bonet, William, woodmonger, & Christine his wife, 541

Bordeslee, Geoffrey de, & Albreda his wife, 172

Borgard, Ralph, [sheriff's] serjeant, 269

Bosenham
-, Cecily de, 527
-, Peter, sheriff, 205

Boseworth, Henry, mercer, 645

Bosham (Boseham), John, alderman, 631, 614–29

Boteler (Botyller, etc)
-, Geoffrey le, draper, 290–1
-, Gilbert, 459
-, James le, 510
-, John, 481; roper, 441; Agnes his wife, 441
-, John son of Geoffrey le, draper, 429

Boterwyke, John, 551

Botoner (Botonner)
-, Gregory le, 36
-, John le, 85, 168, 177, 202, 206
-, John le, tanner, 187

Botulston, Thomas, haberdasher, 581

Bouden, Henry de, 154, 236

Bourne, Margaret relict of John de, kt., 352

Bow (Arcubus), John de, 510

Bow Lane (Cordewanerstret), 317

Box
-, Martin, alderman, 4
-, Robert, 525

Boxford, Robert, alderman, 622, 618

Boxton, John de, 483

Boydon, Robert, 574

Boylet, Nicholas & Elizabeth his wife, 423

Boys, Robert le, 422

Brabazon (Brabazoun), Adam, alderman, 407, 399–441; pl., (fishmonger), 372, 413

Brace, see Buildings

Brackele (Brakkele, etc.)
-, Hawyse de, 417
-, John de, essoiner, 71, 137, 161
-, Thomas de, 244, 253
-, Thomas de, & Alice his wife, 272

Brackelelane [unidentified; ?All Hallows the Great par.], 114

Bracton, Henry de, xii, xxxii

Bradefeld, Richard de, brewer, 505

Bradele
-, Henry de, 514
-, Stephen, 523

Brademan, John, 477

Brainford (Brainforth, etc.), William de, essoiner, xvi, 6–8, 22, 40, 42, 47, 49, 65, 79, 88, 127–8, 134–5, 168, 177–8

Brampton
-, Thomas, esquire, 638
-, William, alderman, 638–43

Brandon
-, Hugh de, goldsmith, 381
-, Thomas de, sheriff, 474–6, 478, 450–79

Brangweyn
-, Thomas, 225
-, William, vintner, 414, 509

Brauhing (Braughyng, etc.)
-, Bartholomew de, essoiner, 76
-, Henry de, 298
-, John de, 305
-, John son of Peter de, 76
-, Peter de, 76, 510

Brauncestre
-, Imanya (Ymane) de, 14, 70
-, Thomas de, 43, 318

Bray
-, Adam & Tiffany his wife, 127
-, Adam de, 308
-, Edmund son of Joan de, 313
-, Joan relict of John de, 313
-, John, 287
-, Osbert de, & Isabel his wife, 54, 61, 233– 4, 239
-, Robert de, 109, 298
-, William, skinner, 400

Braybrok, William de, 357

Bread Street (Bredstrete): 233–4, 639, 658, see also Barber, Richard le; Cergere, William le and Keu, Albert le; ward, 205, 372, 630

Breast-plates, 617

'Breggehouse, le', see Bridge House, tenement called

Bregges, Robert de, 300

Brembre (Bremble), Nicholas, (kt.), alderman, 584–623; mayor, 612, 632, 614– 19, 630–2; sheriff, 586–7, 589, 592

Brendwode, Robert, 658

Brentyngham, Ralph de, 440

Bret (Brette)
-, Alan,660
-, Robert le, alderman, 312–25
-, Walter le, & Juliana his wife, 300
-, William le, 193

Bretoun, John de, kt., warden of the City, 510

Brewer, see Trades

Brewere
-, Gilbert de la, dean of St. Paul's, 392
-, Henry le, 183
-, John, 522
-, John le, 375

Brewhouse, see Buildings

Bridge, over causeway, 375

Bridge House, property, see London Bridge, land, etc.

Bridge House (le Breggehouse), tenement called, [St. Botolph Bishopsgate par.], 292

Briklesworth (Bricklesworth, Brykelesworth)
-, John, 651
-, John de, 474; sheriff, 523
-, William de, alderman, 343–85

Brinchesle (Brynchesle)
-, John de, 481
-, John de, goldsmith, & Margery his wife, 430

Bristoll (Bristowe)
-, John, 501
-, Peter de, goldsmith, 70
-, Simon, chaplain, 601
-, Thomas, 644
-, William de, & Denise his wife, 173
-, William de, grocer, 551

Brocas, Bernard, kt., 638

Broderer, see Trades

Broke (Brok)
-, Philip, 317
-, Richard, 482
-, Robert, hosier, 317
-, Roger atte, (fellmonger), 449, 457, 465;
-, Agnes his wife, 449, 465
-, Thomas, 317
-, Walter, 483, 486

Brokhampton, Geoffrey de, 101

Brokle, John, alderman, 653

Bromyerd, Richard de, 317, 330; Cecily his wife, 317

Bronnesbury, John, 574

Bronnesford, Simon de, spicer, 405

Brother, Isabel relict of John, senior, 312

Broumpton, Philip de, & Alice his wife, 605

Brounford, Juliana de, 231

Brounyng, Oliver, 221

Broutone (Brughton), Simon de, 88, 510

Brouwe, Raymond de la, 131

Brown (Broun, Brun, etc.)
-, Andrew, 169
-, Giles son of Nicholas, 145
-, John, 419, 482–3
-, John, of Gransden, 580
-, Nicholas le, 85
-, Richard le, 145
-, Robert, skinner, 651
-, Roger de, attorney, 227
-, Thomas, 132

Brughton, see Broutone

Bryan, John, alderman, 614–23

Brycheford, John de, 318; Alice his wife, 314,318

Brye, Alice relict of Gerard de, 151

Bucklersbury, 626

Bucr', see Bukerel

Buildings & parts thereof
-, alure, 95
-, arches, xxi, 308, 323, 526, 591, 597
-, bakehouse, 140–1
-, beams, 37–646 passim; couple, 566; reason, 566; summers, 92, 283; transoms, 193
-, bell-tower, 308
-, brace, 204
-, brewhouse, 646
-, cellars, 2–646 passim; dimensions of, 475
-, chambers, high, 585; paving, 646
-, chimneys, xxii, 77, 205, 265, 331, 447, 527, 617, 621, 629, 655, 658
-, cisterns, 43, 277, 318
-, closes, 478, 587, 607, 617, 644
-, corbels, xxi, 37, 90, 92, 235, 272, 323, 351, 506, 612, 629
-, corner-stones, 656
-, courtyards, 30, 318
-, 'crestes', 646
-, cupboards, xxi, 323, 591
-, doors, 77, 163, 234, 323, 379, 492, 581, 613, 626; in the form of a window, 623
-, drains, channels, 266, 505, 616; see also gutters; privies; sinks; and Ditches; Kennels
-, eaves, 54, 61, 95, 257, 261, 464, 527, 616
-, fences, xxii & n
-, fillet-gutters, xxiii
-, floors, 572, 621
-, forges, 483, 547–8, 617
-, foundations, search for, 631; stone, 446; see also wall-plates
-, frame, 566
-, gables, 283, 312; stone, 119; see also skew
-, garret, 574
-, gates, 36,125,175, 219, 259, 626; great, 493–4
-, gutters, xxii–xxiv; underground, 214, 614, 616, 618, 654
-, halls, 164, 183, 341, 406, 527, 617, 632; great, 219; of a brewhouse, 646
-, hautpas (haltepas), a room raised on pillars extending into the street, xxviii, 581
-, hinges, 581, 623
-, hooks, iron, 206, 623
-, jetties, xxviii, 77, 399, 492–3, 528, 544, 546, 619, 658
-, joists, 203, 206, 282–3, 295, 309, 323, 325, 574, 586, 591
-, kitchens, 61, 71, 156, 203, 215, 261, 359, 370, 406, 416, 500, 510, 527–8, 617
-, mortar, 617
-, nails, 54, 61, 501, 566, 583; iron, 513
-, paling, 276, 335, 435; wattle & daub, 278–9
-, parlours, 311, 646
-, pentices, xxviii, 234, 547–8, 574, 585
-, pipes, leaden, 283, 424, 438, 486, 493; wooden, 214
-, place (placea), 95
-, planks, boards, 203, 206, 325, 586
-, posts, 76, 156, 204, 206, 211–12, 221, 269–71, 283, 295, 384, 574, 631; holes for, 591
-, privies, latrines, cess-pits, xi, xxiv–xxv, xxx
-, puncheons, 283, 295
-, 'relese', 656
-, ridge-tile, 298
-, roofs, xi & n, 95, 222, 282, 323, 325, 476, 513, 586, 589, 632, 660; wooden, 325, 585; see also tiles
-, scalding houses, 569, 632
-, seld, 187
-, sheds, 293, 654
-, shops, goldsmith's, 70; woolmonger's, 548
-, shutters, 206, 648
-, sinks, soakaways, 222, 277, 572, 584; of a conduit, 458
-, skew, 656
-, solars, xxviii, 206–632 passim; of two storeys, 502
-, stables, 71, 183, 510, 585
-, staples, 335
-, steps, stairs, 234, 488, 613, 626, 632, 646
-, storeys, two or three, 206, 502; see also solars
-, tiles, 61, 184, 298, 370, 416
-, turret, 31
-, vault, 585
-, wall-plates, 146, 204, 206, 236, 253, 282–3, 319, 323, 441, 526, 591, 597
-, walls, stone, x, xx–xxii; of other materials, xxii; rabbet of, 272
-, watch-tower, 365
-, windows, apertures, etc., xxv–xxvi, barred, 312, 370, 623, 652; called 'wikettes', 649; glazed, 81, 255, 362, 652; in a church, 574; stone frame, 312
-, see also Dye-works; Pavements; Pigsties; Wells; Wharves

Bukerel (Bokerel, Bucr')
-, Andrew, mayor, 272
-, Stephen, alderman, 255

Buksted, John de, 445

Bungeye, Richard, 488

Buntyng, John, 483

Buntyngs, Anastasia, 233

Burdeyn
-, Robert, goldsmith, 219; sheriff, 206, 201–15
-, William, 490, 583; goldsmith, 602; Isabel his wife, 583

Bures, John de, sheriff, 506, 503–5

Buresse, William, essoiner [? fictitious], 517

Burford (Bureford)
-, James de, kt., 412, 424
-, John de, sheriff, 37, 62, 62–9

Burgeys, John, 451

Burgh (Burgo)
-, Thomas de, 574
-, William de, 282–7

Burgoyne
-, Adam de, 306
-, John, 651

Buns, John, prior of Crutched Friars, 563

Burne, Richard & Juliana his wife, 658

Burnham, Bucks., abbess, 410

Burnham, Richard, carpenter, 639

Burreforth, John de, 85; sheriff, 65–7

Burton
-, Adam de, 147
-, John de, clerk of the Chamber, xxxiii, p. 63

Bury
-, Adam (de), alderman, 432, 474, 478, 488, 433–79; mayor, 524–5, 595, 523–5, 594–605; sheriff, 424; skinner, pl., 419–23, 442; Alice his wife, 419– 23
-, Adam son of Adam de, 370, 374
-, Alice relict of William de, draper, 549
-, Thomas de, attorney, 323
-, Thomas de, cordwainer, 396

Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, xii n

Bussh(e)
-, William, 160, 163
-, William, merchant, 488

Butcher, see Trades

Butler, see Trades

Byce, William, wharf of, [near Oystergate], 582

Bykele, William de, 111

Byker
-, Isabel relict of Boniface, 615
-, Patrick, 615

Byrche, Thomas, haberdasher, 576

Callere (Kallere)
-, Henry le, tanner, 187
-, Robert le, 220; sheriff, 205

Caltecote, Nicholas, 651

Cambridge (Cauntebrigge)
-, Idoneade, 131
-, Ralph de, 390, 394, 414
-, William, alderman, 651, 654
-, William de, 390, 394
-, see also Grauntbrugg

Camera, see Chambre

Campes (Caumpes)
-, John son of (? Iter), 434
-, Richard de, 85
-, Thomas de, 167

Campete Wharf, le [unidentified; ? St. Magnus par.], 327

Cancy, Henry, 522

Candles, used for soldering, xxii

Candlewick Street, see Cannon Street

Canefeld
-, Adam de, 574
-, William de, 252, 289

Cannon Street (Candlewick Street), 488

Canon, Thomas, armourer, 400

Canterbury, Kent, xii n

Canterbury
-, John de, alderman, 6, 1–58
-, Michael de, mason, 205
-, Simon de, carpenter, 205, 304

Cappe, John, essoiner [? fictitious], 594

Capper, see Trades

Cardinal's Hat, tenement called, 527

Carleton (Karleton)
-, John de, prior of St. Bartholomew, 509, 528
-, Thomas, alderman, 626
-, William de, 339, 342, 345–6, 461

Carlille(Carlel, Karlill)
-, Adam, alderman, 622, 615–38; pl., 525;
-, sheriff, 635–7
-, Agnes, 503
-, Mariota relict of Adam, draper, 578
-, William, butler, 587

Carpenter, John, 655; attorney, 658–9

Carpenter, see Trades

Cartere, Roger le, & Juliana his wife, 336

Carts, 219, 396, 493–4, 536, 547, 606, 613, 631

Casse, Richard, 574

Castelacre, John de, & Isabel his wife, 304–5

Castell, William atte, 624

Castle Baynard, 85, 459; ward, 288, 453, 459; ward-alderman, see Costantyn, John

Castre, Bartholomew de, goldsmith, 535

Catesby, Elias, chaplain, 522

Caumpes, see Campes

Cauntebrigge, see Cambridge

Causeway, 375

Causton
-, Henry de, mercer, 405
-, John de, alderman, 272, 286, 312–13, 318–19, 327, 333, 376, 407, 416, 289– 414; sheriff, 273–7
-, William de, alderman, 319, 407, 416, 313–430; def., 43, 369; (mercer), pl., 314, 318, 435; sheriff, 230; Denise his wife, 43, 314, 318
-, William de, senior, mercer, 373, 389

Cave, William de, 361

Cavel (Cavell), William, 536–7

Cavendissh (Cavendyssh, etc.), Stephen (de), alderman, 536, 574, 529–77; mayor, 518; sheriff, 493–4, 501–2, 491–8

Cawode, Robert, glazier, 656

Caxton, William de, 84, 510; Maud his wife, 84

Celer, Richard atte, 534

Celeseye, see Kelseye

Cellars, see Buildings

Cergere, William le, of Bread Street, 234

Cess-pits, see Buildings, privies, etc.

Chadde, John, 649

Chadenesfeld, Geoffrey, rector of St. Margaret Moses Friday Street, 616– 17

Chalk-pit, 251

Chaloner, William & Felicia his wife, 609– 10

Chamber of London: clerk of, see Burton, John de; king's court in, 655; serjeants of, xvii, xviii, see also Greyngham, William de; Sewale, William; Worcester, William

Chamberlain, City: xix; makes extent of debt, 289; pleads on behalf of City, xxix; to provide wax torches, 544; see also Dode, John; Havering, Luke de; Mazerer, John le

Chamberleyn, John, serjeant, 574

Chambers, see Buildings

Chambre (Camera, Chaumbre)
-, John de (la), alderman, 223–36
-, John son of John de la, 303

Chandler, see Trades

Changer, see Trades

Channels, see Buildings, drains

Chantries, xxi, 385, 498, 647

Chapel, William atte, 622

Chapel, view into, 574

Chaplain, Robert the, warden of London Bridge, 51–2, 59

Charleton, John de, 306

Charlewod, Thomas, 511

Charryng, John, 396

Chastilon, John, chivaler, 637

Chaucer
-, Eliasle, 90
-, John, 507

Chaumpayne, John de, 381

Chaundeler
-, Arnold le, 260
-, Hugh le, 396
-, John & Emma his wife, 482
-, John le, of Coleman Street, 107
-, Nicholas le, & Alice his wife, 270–1
-, Richard le, 396
-, Robert le, 511
-, Walter le, 145, 396
-, William le, 219, 238, 241; Christine his wife, 219

Chauntecler
-, Roger, 134
-, Thomas, 521

Cheap ward: alderman, see Fraunceys, Simon; jury, 449; wardmote, 449, 456–8

Cheapside (Chepe, forum, Westchep), xi, 11, 201, 206, 282–3, 305, 318, 528, 625

Chelchethe (Chelchehethe)
-, Geoffrey de, tanner, 187
-, Gilbert, 600–3

Chelmersford, Richard de, carpenter, 559

Cherche (Chirche), Richard atte, mason, 526–7, 566, 581–3, 591, 604, 620

Cherchegate, William, 574

Cherleton, John de, kt., 294

Cherteseye, Walter, sheriff, 648

Cheryngton, Walter de, 360

Cheshunt (Chesthunte), Herts., 517

Chesthonte, John de, 194

Chevelee (Chyvele)
-, Emma daughter of William, 599, 608
-, William, tailor, & Isabel his wife, 559, 599, 608

Cheyne
-, Edmund, kt., & Katherine his wife, 564–5, 589
-, William, recorder, 632, 613–37

Cheyner
-, Henry le, mercer, 319
-, Thomas son of Henry, 511

Chibenherst, John de, 186

Chichele, William, alderman, 658–9, 661; mayor, 659

Chichestre (Chychestre), John (de), alderman, 501, 536, 591, 598, 613, 496– 598; mayor, 574, 564–75

Chigwell (Chiggewelle, etc.)
-, Hamo de, alderman, 233, 223–308; mayor, 272, 244, 255–302; mayor's locum tenens, xxiii, 286–7; pl., 288; sheriff, 221
-, Richard de, 11, 14; alderman, 89
-, Robert de, 162, 165

Children, 293, 618

Chimneys, see Buildings

Chingeford, Richard de, 138

Chippenham (Chyppenham), Adam (de), chaplain, 525; parson of St. Clement Eastcheap, xxix, 544, 546

Chipstede
-, Roger de, tanner, 187
-, Walter de, tanner, 187

Chirche, see Cherche

Churchyards, xxxi

Chykesond, Simon de, 435

Chyvele, see Chevelee

Ciltre, Daniel de, 85, 109

Cirencester (Circestre), Glos., abbot, 496, 538, see also Ampney, Nicholas de

Cirugien, see Surgeon

Cisterns, see Buildings

City Wall, xxix, 85, 387; hole in, at Houndsditch, 618

Clare
-, Gilbert de, earl of Gloucester, bailiff & house of, xxxi, 64
-, Nicholas de, kt., 299
-, Thomas de, kt., 302

Clay, 617

Clench, Thomas, 513, 546; Goda his wife, 513

Clerk
-, William, 146
-, William le, attorney, 125

Clerkenwell
-, hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, prior, 504, see also Grendon, Walter; Thame, Philip de
-, priory of St. Mary, prioress, 647, see also Let, Idonia

Clevele, see Clivele

Cleymunt, John, 41

Clifford's Inn, garden, 653

Clivele (Clevele), John, alderman, 618, 616

Clopham, Hugh de, 510

Closes, see Buildings

Cloths, wet, 488

Clouton, Ellen de, 180–1

Clynan, Thomas, draper, 647

Cnopwede, John de, 343–4

Cobham (Cobeham)
-, Adam de, & Agnes his wife, 138
-, Henry de, kt., 313
-, Thomas de, (woodmonger), 244, 253

Codestone, John de, 234

Coffrer, Alexander le, 85

Cog, Robert, 606

Cokayn, John, recorder, 641

Coke (Cok), see Cook

Cokfeld, Robert de, kt., 146

Colcestre (Colecestre)
-, Gilbert de, 32, 417
-, John de, attorney, 102
-, Walter de, 78

Colchester, archdeacon of, see Meleford,
-, William de

Coldwell, William, 655

Coleman Street, 107; ward, 261

Colle, Henry & Margery his wife, 611

Collesdon, Thomas de, brewer, 424

Colman
-, Adam, 356
-, Thomas, 356

Cologne (Coloygne)
-, John de, 337
-, William de, clerk, 525

Combe (Coumbe)
-, Adam de, & Alice his wife, 44
-, Peter de, 312

Combemartin (Coumbemartin, Cumbemartyn, etc.)
-, Henry de, alderman, 272, 314, 318, 289–335; sheriff, 304–6
-, William (de), alderman, 85, 154, 80– 185; def., 178; sheriff, 56–87; Margery his wife (relict), 178, 251

Common clerk, xiv, see also Waltham, Hugh de

Common serjeant, xxix, see also Iford, William de; Morice, Thomas; Norton, Gregory de; Pecok, Ralph; Wentebrigg, John de; Wolleward, Reginald

Common soil, xxviii–xxix

Commonalty of London: as pl., xxvii–xxx, 15, 28, 97, 166–7, 179, 188, 259–60, 264, 292, 299–300, 302–3, 334–5, 361, 369, 375, 382–3, 387, 390, 394, 396, 401, 408, 416, 449–50, 483, 487, 493–4, 536, 547; attorney of, see Pecok, Ralph and Wolleward, Reginald; bill presented against, 544; comes with the assize, xiv; judgment against, 396

Compton, Christine de, 146

Conduit (Conduyt)
-, Alan atte, 381
-, Geoffrey de, alderman, 125–61; def., 14
-, Reginald de, alderman, 272, 284, 286–7, 313, 318–19, 327, 288–401; mayor, 333, 331–4; pl., 229; sheriff, 255

Conduit in Cheap ward, 458

Congregation, see Mayor & aldermen

Convers, Robert le, goldsmith, 85

Converts, house of (le Converse), 653

Conyng, John, 403

Coo, Ralph, attorney, 608; essoiner, xvi, 561, 604

Cook (Cok, Coke)
-, John, 456, 534, 626
-, John, brewer, 576
-, John, chandler, 592, 608

Cook, see Trades

Cooper, see Trades

Coraunt, John, goldsmith, 515, 612

Corbels, see Buildings

Corder, see Trades

Cordewanerstret, see Bow Lane

Cordwainer, see Trades

Cordwaner (Cordewaner)
-, Alan le, & Joan his wife, 150, 153
-, Richard le, 78, 223, 260

Cornere, Thomas atte, brewer, 502

Corner-stones, see Buildings

Cornhill, 613, 647

Cornhill (Cornehulle, etc.)
-, Robert de, bailiff of the City, 351
-, William de, parson of St. Mary Aldermanbury, 204, 226

Cornwaleys (Cornewaleyes)
-, John, 659
-, Thomas, alderman, 613, 629

Cornwall (Cornewayll, etc.)
-, Andrew (de), 525, 617
-, Johnde, 169, 174
-, John de, glover, & Collecta his wife, 540
-, Michael de, 525, 567; Fredeswyde his wife, 567

Coroner
-, John, 437–8
-, John le, alderman, see Vintry

Corp, Simon (de), alderman, 206, 215–23; pl., 154, 236; sheriff, 174, 168–77; Joan his relict, 366, 368

Cory, John, clerk, 437

Cosham, John, 660

Cosin (Cosyn)
-, Peter, 336
-, William, alderman, 126–38; sheriff, 85, 98–101

Costantyn (Costentyn)
-, John, alderman (of Castle Baynard ward), 459, 462
-, Richard, alderman, 277–379

Coteler (Cotiller)
-, Geoffrey le, 343–4
-, Solomon le, alderman, 26, 37, 1–125; pl., 29–30, 66

Cotes, John de, 100

Cotton (Coton, etc.)
-, John (de), alderman, 277–305; def., 169, 174, 196; sheriff, 280
-, Walter, alderman, 659

Coudres, John de, 272

Coumbe, see Combe

Coumbemartin, see Combemartin

Coupere (Cuver)
-, Ralph le, & Celestria his wife, 92, 98, 126
-, Richard le, 579
-, William, (viewer), 655
-, William le, 483

Courtyards, see Buildings

Coventre
-, John, alderman, 654, 653–4; mayor, 653
-, Rose de, 93

Cows, 524

Cradok, Thomas, clerk, 655

Crane, Nicholas, alderman, 335–71

Cranle, Nicholas de, essoiner, 296

Craye (Creye)
-, Stephen son of Stephen de, 349, 353
-, William de, 99

Crenellation, 158n

Crepulgate, see Cripplegate

Crepyn
-, Richard, 208–9
-, Walter, 208–9, 217

Cressewyk, see Creswyk

Cressingham (Cressyngham, Kressyngham)
-, John de, 579
-, John de, joiner, 228

Cressoner, Ralph de, see Ikelyngham

'Crestes', see Buildings

Creswyk (Cressewyk)
-, Robert, attorney, 545
-, William, arbitrator, 632

Creye, see Craye

Crikkele, John de, 381

Cripplegate hermitage, 333

Cripplegate (Crepulgate) ward: 255n, 267; jury, 450, 483; wardmote, 450, 454–5

Crispin, Baldewyn, 305

Crofton, Richard de, [? sheriff's] clerk, 170

Crokhorn, William, 483

Crooked Lane, 488

Cross (Cros)
-, Gilbert, 312
-, Walter, 148
-, William, 143

Crosseby, John, 640, 661

Crouche
-, John atte, 234
-, Roger, 661

Crowmer, William, alderman, 659, 645; mayor, 657

Crowton, John, attorney, 652–3

Croydon
-, Hugh de, 387
-, John de, alderman, 401
-, Richard de, 574; alderman, 536; sheriff, 521–2, 522

Crumpton, Philip de, & Alice his wife, 595

Crutched Friars (Holy Cross beside the Tower), prior, 111, 477, see also Buris, John

Crymelford, Geoffrey, alderman, 632, 630; pl., 626; Alice his wife, 626

Cumbemartyn, see Combemartin

Cupboards, see Buildings

Curson, John, 594, 618; Alice his wife, 594

Curteys
-, Margaret, 654
-, Richard, fishmonger, 476

Cutler, see Trades

Cuver, see Coupere

Dadyngton, John, 626

Dalby, William de, 261

Dallyng, John de, (mercer), 167, 318; sheriff, 253, 234–45; his serjeant, see Pikeman, William

Dalstone, Alan de, potter, 41

Daneler, Richard, 642

Darcy (Darci), Henry, alderman, 333, 309– 96; mayor, 336–48; sheriff, 288–302

Darmenters, see Armenters

Dask, Richard, 193

Dates: early use of day & month, 288; possibly fictitious, p. 145n, p. 146n, 607; see also Legal matters, dies non

Daubeneye, Stephen, 522

Dauncere, John, attorney, 510

Daunvers, Edmund, 587, 607

David, Thomas son of, capper, 594

Delle, William atte, 65

Denecombe, Henry de, 266

Denton
-, Richard, 649
-, Robert de, chaplain, 604

Deodonatus, goldsmith, 305; see also Bedeford, Deodatus de

Depeden', Hugh de, 234

Depham (Depeham), Roger de, alderman (& recorder), 376, 407, 416, 432, 449, 474–6, 478, 488, 492, 501–2, 544, 343–502; pl., 298; Margaret his wife, 298

Derby, Hugh de, rector of St. Leonard Eastcheap, 99

Derteford, William de, 21

Desborne Lane (Disebourlane), 577

Desterny, John & Philippa his wife, 619

Deumars
-, Bartholomew, alderman, 387–96
-, John, 510
-, Reginald & Isabel his wife, 148

Devineys, John, 196

Dew (Dieu), Thomas, 114, 118

Deynes (Dyne, Dynes)
-, John, rector of St. Leonard Eastcheap, 659
-, John, (ironmonger), sheriff, 511–13, 511; Alice his relict, 545, 555

Dieu, see Dew

Disebourlane, see Desborne Lane

Distaff Lane (Dystaflane), 641

Ditches, 99, 109, 188, 292, 375, 631

Dode, John, 85, 167; City chamberlain, 213–14

Dodeford, Robert de, 147

Doget
-, John, 269
-, Thomas, vintner, 574
-, Thomas son of John, 269
-, Walter, alderman, 623; sheriff, 624
-, Walter son of Thomas, 574
-, William, 447

Dogs, 66, 293, 570

Dolsely (Dolsaly, etc.)
-, Simon, alderman, 444, 475–6, 429–511; mayor, 507–9; pl., 461, 464, 480, 497; Joan his wife, 461, 464
-, Thomas (de), 481; alderman, 474–6, 478, 501, 464–98; sheriff, 488, 481–9

Donestaple, see Dunstaple

Doors, see Buildings

Dorgoyl, Gerard, 6

Dorsete, John, senior, 618

Doublet, Walter, rector of All Hallows Bread Street, 481

Dowgate (Douegate, Douuegate)
-, Joan daughter of John, 528
-, John, 528
-, John de, 399
-, Thomas son of John, 528

Dowgate (Douegate) ward, 253, 536

Drains, see Buildings

Draper
-, Isabel daughter of Philip, 583
-, Philip, cook, 583

Draper, see Trades

Draycote, Robert de, prior of Elsing Spital, 533, 571, 600

Drayton, John de, 385

Drew, John, 643

Drie, Geoffrey, tanner, 187

Drury (Druri), Nigel, alderman, 145, 124– 85; sheriff, 129

Duffehous, Thomas, 661

Duket
-, Christine, 22
-, John son of Lawrence, 22
-, Sybil relict of Lawrence, 22

Duly, John, kt., 19

Dung, 493–4; disposal of, 459

Dunholm', see Durham

Dunmowe
-, Robert de, 266
-, Walter, 638

Dunstaple (Donestaple)
-, John, 506
-, John de, alderman, 6, 37, 85, 510, 1–111

Dunster, Roger, rector of St. Martin Vintry, 619

Dunton, John de, 540

Dunvill, Robert, 522

Durham (Dunholm', Durem), Henry de, alderman, 149, 151, 206, 125–204; pl., 137

Dyer, see Trades

Dye-works, 488

Dyghere, Gilbert le, 375

Dyke, William, 452

Dykeman, William, ironmonger, 545, 592; sheriff, 536; Idonea his wife, 545

Dyne(s), see Deynes

Dyngele, Robert & Margaret his wife, 630

East Cheap (Estchepe), 269, 488

East Watergate (Estwatergate), Castle Baynard ward, 453

Eaves, see Buildings

Ecton, Thomas de, clerk, 427

Edelmeton(e)
-, Peter de, 78
-, Roger de, tanner, 187

Edmond, Robert, 660

Edulf, Stephen, 511

Edward
-, John, 574
-, Richard, 597

Egemere, Master John de, rector of All Hallows the Less, 50

Ekeheued, John de, essoiner, 462

Elsing Spital (St. Mary Within Cripplegate): church, 450, 455; prior, 450, 453, 486, see also Draycote, Robert de; Wyndesore, John de

Ely
-, Robert de, alderman, 312, 328, 307–23; sheriff, 309
-, Roger de, (fishmonger), 115, 169, 308; Margery his wife, 115

Elys
-, John, skinner, & Joan his wife, 380
-, Roger, alderman, 622–31

Em, John, 660

Enclosed order, attorney of, 80

Enefeld
-, David de, goldsmith, 70
-, John de.kt., 306

Entreclosewalls, ? substantial screens, 646

Essex, see Blund, Thomas

Essex
-, John son of Roger de, 182
-, Matthew de, 267, 317
-, Richard de, & Maud his wife, 421
-, Thomas de, 525
-, William de, 451

Est, see East

Estfeld, William, alderman, 653

Eston, John, alderman, 618, 632, 616–31

Estre, Isabel de, 23

Eure (Euere)
-, Roger de, 63, 198
-, Walter de, 390, 394, 398

Evesham, Thomas, 633–4

Evesham Inn (Eveshammesyn), [in Fetter Lane], 609

Evil-doers, 260; see also Robbers

Evote, William, alderman, 643

Exchequer, xiii

Exeter (Excestre, Exon')
-, Henry de, essoiner, 115–16, 159
-, John de, 435

Exton, Nicholas de, alderman, 631; mayor, 633; sheriff, 631, 630

Eynesham
-, John, 660
-, John de, 147; see also Aylesham

Eyre of London (1321), xxvii, 254

Fader, Boydin, 574

Fairhed, John, 78

Fairher, Geoffrey, 574

Fakenham, John de, rector of St. Matthew Friday Street, 460

Fan, John, skinner, 648

Fant. Thomas, carpenter, 566, 581–3, 591, 604, 620

Farndon (Farendon)
-, Nicholas de, alderman, 37, 85, 205, 233, 236, 313, 318–19, 327, 10–328; mayor, 145, 193, 206, 312, 132–45, 161, 193– 215, 267
-, Rose de, 381
-, Thomas, 612
-, Thomas de, 85

Farringdon ward, 372n

Farweberwe, Robert de, 100

Fastolf, Hugh, alderman, 635

Fauconer, Thomas, alderman, 653, 645; mayor, 658

Faytereslane, see Fetter Lane

Fecamp (Féskampe), Seine-Maritime, abbot, 556

Felde
-, John atte, 501, 600–3
-, Richard atte, rector of St. Michael Cornhill, 613
-, William atte, 400

Fellmonger, see Trades

Fences, see Buildings

Ferers, John, 645

Feskampe, see Fécamp

Fetter Lane (Faytereslane), 609

Feure, Ralph le, sheriff, 318

Fifhide, see Fyfhide

Fikelden (Fykelden) Peter (de), 483, 595

Fillet-gutters, see Buildings

Finchingfeld (Fynchyngfeld)
-, Walter de, (junior), alderman, 26, 37, 85, 205, 1–120; arbitrator, 61; pl., 67
-, William de, 125

Fire, obligation to rebuild after, 206; risk of, 77, 141, 658

Fires in London, ix & n, xi

Firewood, xxx, 16, 55, 60, 183, 199, 312

Fish Wharf Lane (Fisshyngwharf lane), 396

Fishmonger, see Trades

Fitz Ailwin, Henry, regulations of (1212), xi; see also Assize of buildings

Fitz Herves', Philip, tanner, 187

Fitz Hugh, Robert, 659

Fitz Isabel, William, 305

Fitz Otto, Hugh, constable of the Tower, warden of the City, 351

Fitz Robert, Simon, (son of Robert le Pesshoner), & Agnes his wife, 26, 35

Fitz Stephen, Henry, 318

Fitz Thomas, Thomas, mayor, 255

Fixtures, view of, 583

Fleet, xxiii

Fleet Street (Fletestret), 614; see also Sallowe, William

Fleming, see Moy, John

Flete, Amice relict of Walter de, 134

Floors, see Buildings

Foleham, see Fulham

Folk, James, see St. Edmunds, James

Food, see Victuals

Forbour, see Fourbour

Forde
-, Gilbert atte, 574
-, Thomas de la, sheriff, 255

Fordwick, Kent, xii n

Forester, see Forster

Forges, see Buildings

Forms (fourmes), benches, 613, 646

Forsham
-, Roger de (Horsham), alderman, 346–55; def., 338
-, William de, tanner, 187

Forster (Forester)
-, John, chaplain, 498
-, John, goldsmith, attorney, 625
-, Philip, 600–3
-, Richard, attorney, 599, 615–16, 619, 622, 629, 631, 633, 638; essoiner, 551
-, Walter, alderman, 536, 514–90; sheriff, 474–8, 449–79
-, William, 501

Fossard, William, 432

Foucke, Roger, 510

Foundations, see Buildings

Foundour (Fundour)
-, Margery la, 191
-, Robert, 511

Fourbour (Forbour)
-, Adam le, 145
-, Gilott (le), 449, 457
-, Henry le, 147

Fourneux, Fourneys, see Furneux

Foven, Richard, marshal, 429

Fowls (cocks & hens), 293, 607

Frame, see Buildings

Frank, John, clerk, warden of the House of Converts & Master of the Rolls, 653

Fraunceys (Fraunceis, etc.)
-, Adam, alderman, 449, 502, 524–5, 574, 591, 598, 449–597; mayor, 432, 431–41
-, Adam, (kt.), & Margaret his wife, 606, 631
-, John, 433
-, John, alderman, 631, 631–5; goldsmith, pl., 625
-, John, tawyer, & Emma his wife, 512
-, Simon, alderman (of Cheap ward), 376, 416, 432, 449, 456, 334–430; mayor, 370, 449, 453, 474–6, 478, 379–81, 449–79; sheriff, 304
-, William, 583

Fray, John, recorder, 653, 653

Frembaud
-, Maud, 566
-, Thomas & Joan his wife, 264

Frenssh, John, goldsmith, 657

Fressh, John, alderman, 631; sheriff, 631, 630

Frestlyng (Fristlyng, etc.), Bartholomew (de), alderman, 474, 478, 488, 536, 547, 574, 597–8, 604, 434–589; sheriff, 493–4, 501–2, 491–502

Friars, see Austin Frairs; Crutched Friars

Friars Minor: garden, 34, 618; guardian, 189, see also Madyngton, Robert de; Newe, William; Sutton, Henry de

Friars Preachers (Black Friars): prior John, 386, 388; prior & brethren, xxix, 85

Friday Street (Frydaystret), see Skremyn, Thomas

Fristlyng, see Frestlyng

Froile, John, 587

Frowyk (Frowik, etc.)
-, Henry, alderman, 653–4, 653–4; mercer, 602
-, Henry, of Middlesex, 620
-, Henry de, 255
-, Roger de, 111, 162; alderman, 187–221
-, Thomas, 554

Fruit, 34, 218, 519, 549, 609, 653; see also Vines

Fryth, Stephen atte, armourer, 617

Fulbert (Fulberd), Cambin (son of), 212, 260

Fulham (Foleham)
-, Adam de, see Bekenesfeld, Adam de
-, Adam de, alderman, 6–57; def., 52
-, John de, fishmonger, & Nichola his wife, 351
-, Robert de, & Albreda his wife, 53
-, William de, fishmonger, & Alice his wife, 357

Fulmere, John de, 312

Fulsham
-, Benedict de, alderman, 313, 318, 327, 293–328; sheriff, 273, 277
-, Benedict de, & Maud his wife, 389
-, Richard, 611
-, Robert de, 167

Fundour, see Foundour

Furbisher, see Trades

Furner, John, 659

Furneux (Fourneux, Fourneys, etc.)
-, Robert, 574
-, Thomas, 525
-, William de, 200; sheriff, 240, 237

Fuster, see Trades

Fyfhide (Fifhide, etc.), John, alderman, 613, 607–13; sheriff, 597–8, 605

Fyket, Simon, chaplain, 443

Fykeys, Thomas, essoiner, 113

Fylin, Rose daughter of Clarekin, 38

Gables, see Buildings

Galeys, see Waleys

Gamboun, John, 658

Gardens: xxii, 34–660 passim; cellar dug beneath, 475; hedge & ditch around, 188; see also Fruit; Trees; Vines

Garret, see Buildings

Garth, William del, 653

Garton
-, Hugh (de), alderman, 284, 287; def., 230; pl, 232; sheriff, 206, 213–15
-, William de, 1–2

Gate, John atte, 106, 574; Avice his wife, 106

Gates, see Buildings

Gatewyk
-, Walter, 381
-, William de, rector of All Hallows Barking, 125

Gatyn, Thomas, fishmonger, & Maud his wife, 431

Gaunt, John of, earl of Lincoln, 593

Gayton, Alice, widow, 652

Gedney, William, prior of St. Bartholomew, 636

Gentyll, John, draper, 647

Gerard, Henry, mason, 639

Gernoun
-, Henry, 653, 655
-, Master Thomas, 222
-, Walter, 305

Giffard, Richard, 641

Gildeford, see Guildford

Gildere, Ralph le, & Amice his wife, 246

Gildesburgh, John de, fishmonger, 577

Gill
-, Alan, warden of London Bridge, 404, 406,416
-, Robert, 534
-, William, 320; essoiner, 550

Gillyngham (Gilyngham)
-, Alan de, attorney, 399; essoiner, 345
-, William de, attorney, 474; essoiner, 444, 448, 463

Girdelere (Gurdlere)
-, Robert, sheriff, 545, 546–7
-, Robert le, 485
-, Thomas, 632

Girdler, see Trades

Gisors (Gysorcio, Gysors, etc.)
-, Anketin (de), alderman, 233, 236, 274, 286–7, 329, 182–325; def., 15; pl., 37; son of Margery de, 55
-, Henry de, alderman, 313, 325
-, John (de), 276, 329, 358
-, John de, alderman, xxix, 206, 233, 236, 107–236; mayor, 186, 182–7, 221–2; pl., 179; son of Margery de, 55; tenement of, 205
-, Margery relict of John de, 55
-, Thomas, 156

Gladewyn(e), Walter, attorney, 342; summoner, 339

Glanvill (De Legibus), xii

Glazier, see Trades

Gleam, Henry, 431

Glean on the Hoop (le Glene on the Hope), brewhouse, 646

Glendale, Agnes relict of William de, 567, 572

Gloucester, earl of, see Clare, Gilbert de

Gloucestre (Glowcestre)
-, Henry de, 335
-, Henry de, alderman, 37, 85, 145, 205, 10–232
-, Isabel, prioress of St. Helen's, 599
-, John de, alderman, 429–30; sheriff, 390
-, Richard de, alderman, 26, 37, 154, 205, 236, 17–236; pl., 210
-, Robert de, goldsmith, 151

Glover, see Trades

Godchep
-, Hamo, alderman, 286, 232–77; Isabel his relict, 312
-, Henry & Agnes his wife, 518
-, Ralph & Margery his wife, 79
-, Richard & Margery his wife, 235

Godchild, Richard, 583

Goderomlane, see Gutter Lane

Godeston, John de, & Lucy his wife, 315; see also Codestone

Godwyneston, Richard de, rector of St. Leonard Eastcheap, 574

Godyngton, Geoffrey de, 508

Goldbeater, see Trades

Golde
-, Richard, 33
-, Thomas, essoiner, 67

Goldsmith, see Trades

Goldsmithery, 70

Gorel, William, 511

Gossellyn, Richard, alderman, 654, 651

Goterlane, see Gutter Lane

Gracechurch (Grascherch), see Taillour, John le

Grafton(e)
-, John, haberdasher, 581
-, William de, essoiner, 103

Gransden (Grantesdene), see Brown, John

Grantham
-, John de, alderman, 313, 318, 327, 288– 360; pl., 301; tenement of, 476
-, Thomas son of John de, (pepperer), 425, 438, 476

Grapefige, Walter, 85, 109

Grascherche, Peter de, 218, 224

Gratefige
-, John, 378
-, Thomas, 378

Grating, iron, 577, 618

Grauncourt, Andrew, 521

Graunger, Robert, 655

Grauntbrugg
-, Ralph son of Thomas de, 468
-, Stephen de, 467–8

Gregory, William, 624

Grendon, Walter, prior of St. John of Jerusalem, 658

Grene
-, Boydin atte, 99
-, Robert atte, 618
-, Walter atte, 584

Grenstede, William de, attorney, 294

Greylond, Richard, 513

Greyngham (Grenyngham), William de, 465, 469; essoiner, 552–3, 556; serjeant of the Chamber, 483, 511, 591; summoner, 487; Avice his wife, 465, 469

Grocer, see Trades

Grosse, William atte, essoiner [? fictitious], 467–8

Grymmesby, Edmund de, clerk, 380

Gubbe
-, John, 298
-, Richard, 298

Guildford (Gyldeford), Surrey, see Newark; Semer, John

Guildford (Gildeford, Guldeford)
-, Henry de, 41
-, John de, 39
-, John son of John de, 493
-, Thomas son of John de, 493

Guildhall: xxviii, xxx; access to, impeded, 493; judgment given at, xvii; middle & outer gate, 213; see also Chamber of London; Husting

Gurdlere, see Girdelere

Gut, Simon, 85

Gutter Lane (Goderomlane, Goterlane), 381, 655

Gutters, see Buildings

Guydo (Guydicio)
-, Bartholomew, changer, 512
-, Thomas son of, 12

Gybon, Geoffrey, 653

Gylet, William, 574

Gynne, Richard, 659

Haberdasher, see Trades

Haberdashers, fraternity, 581

Hackford (Hakford, etc)
-, Walter son of William de, 149
-, William de, 370–1, 374
-, William de, & Avice his wife, 150, 153, 175,215

Hadham
-, John de, potter, 341
-, Lawrence de, tanner, 187
-, Stephen de, tanner, 187
-, Walter de, tanner, 187

Hadle (Haddele), John, alderman, 618, 631, 607–42; mayor, 639, 622–3; sheriff, 606, 609, 611

Hagham, Robert de, & Idonia la Blunde his wife, 194

Hakeneye
-, Peter de, 375
-, Richard de, alderman, 286–7, 327, 333, 277–379; def., 249
-, Simon de, 229
-, Walter de, 78
-, William de, tanner, 187

Hakford, see Hackford

Halden, William (de), alderman (& recorder), 524–5, 536, 545, 547, 574, 587, 591–2, 595, 523–611

Hale, Henry atte, fishmonger, & Joan his wife, 580

Hales
-, Agnes daughter of John de, 401
-, Geoffrey de, 78
-, Katherine daughter of John de, 401
-, Thomas de, 78

Halghford, John de, 205

Haliwell, Middx., priory of St. John the Baptist, prioress, 92, 98, 128, 195, 462, 481, see also Montacute, Elizabeth de

Hallingbury (Hallyngburi, etc.)
-, Adam de, 21, 54, 61
-, Bartholomew de, 54, 268
-, William de, 243

Halls, see Buildings

'Haltepas', see Buildings, hautpas

Halton, Henry, sheriff, 660

Hamme
-, Margaret relict of Stephen, 646
-, Nicholas, mercer, 646
-, Stephen, tailor, 639

Hamond (Hamound, etc.)
-, Agnes relict of John, 484
-, John, alderman, 333, 334–414; mayor, 382–93; sheriff, 318
-, Robert, 506

Hamwode, Henry, 629

Hanaper, see Trades

Hanhampstede (Henhampsted)
-, Thomas, grocer, 557
-, William de, 361

Hanisard, William, sheriff, 318

Hanningtone (Hanyngton, Hanyton), William de, (skinner), 48, 147, 169, 174, 370

Hanse, community of merchants, 444

Hardel
-, John, 211
-, Ralph, 7

Hardyngham, John de, (sheriff's) clerk, 292; pl., 359, 416, 418; summoner, 506; warden of London Bridge, 416

Harewe
-, John de, 298
-, Walter de, 86

Harewebrewe, Adam de, 169

Harewell, John, mayor's serjeant, 633–4

Harewold, Thomas (de), sheriff, 312, 309

Harpe
-, John atte, brewer, 529
-, Roger atte, 22

Harpesfeld, Nicholas de, 483

Harringworth (Haryngworth), Northants, see Zouche, William la

Harry, John, 648

Haryngton, William de, kt., 653

Haslemere, Richard, 522

Hatfeld
-, John de, 510
-, Peter de, & Juliana his wife, 105
-, Robert de, 432

Hattere, Ralph & Agnes his wife, 500

Haukyn, John, 549

Hauteyn (Hautayn)
-, Henry, 42
-, John, alderman, 280–315; pl., 267–8; sheriff, 294

Hautpas, see Buildings

Haverhull, Peter de, clerk, 255

Havering (Haveryng)
-, John de, 281
-, Luke de, City chamberlain, 166–7; sheriff, 4

Hawe, William, 631

Hay, 356

Haye
-, Robert atte, smith, & Alice his wife, 614
-, Thomas, 605

Heaumer, Maud relict of John le, 160, 163

Hedersete, William de, & Joan his wife, 73–4, 115, 216

Helvetone, William de, 85

Hemenhale
-, Edmund de, sheriff, 390
-, John de, 280–1

Hemmyngburgh, Richard, (viewer), 656–8

Hende, John, alderman, 631–2, 635, 636, 642; mayor, 645; sheriff, 626; summoner, 589; Joan his wife, 564

Henhampsted, see Hanhampstede

Herbury, Henry, vintner, attorney, 632

Hereford bishop of, see Swinfield, Richard countess of, see Bohun, Joan

Hereord
-, Henry de, 619
-, Robert de, 265

Heresseye, Robert de, essoiner, 95

Herewardstok', John, 528

Herland, William, carpenter, 588, 590

Herlawe
-, Robert de, 381
-, William, 622

Herlyng (alias le Taverner), Peter de, taverner, 203, 260

Herst, see Hurst

Hert
-, Henry, draper, 647
-, Rose relict of Walter le, 263

Hervyll, Walter, pewterer, 574

Heryng, John, 375

Heston, Geoffrey de, 272

Hetherent (? rectius Hethereve), Robert le, 252

Hethingham, John, attorney, 654

Heylesdon, John, sheriff, 622–3, 623

Heyron (Heyroun)
-, John, 110, 136
-, Thomas, 325
-, William, vintner, & Sarah his wife, 488

Heyworth, Adam de, essoiner, 342, 373

Hierst, see Hurst

Higham
-, Isabel relict of Roger de, 166
-, John, sheriff, 651, 654

Hiltoft (Hyltoft), John, goldsmith, 460; sheriff, 521–2

Hinges, see Buildings

Hirreys, Peter le, tailor, 161

Hithe, see Queenhithe

Hockele, William, attorney, 570; essoiner, 558; another, pl., 242

Hodesdon
-, Warm de, 293
-, William de, fishmonger, 391

Hoggenlane, par., see St. Michael Wood Street

Hoghtone, see Houghton

Hoke, John, 606

Holbech
-, Hugh, sheriff, 572, 574, 561–4
-, William, alderman, 492, 501, 495–514; sheriff, 514

Holm, Roger, canon of St. Paul's, 556

Holte, Stephen atte, 270–1

Holy Cross, see Crutched Friars

Holy Trinity Aldgate, prior, ix n, 57, 112, 218, 276; prior & convent, 329

Holy Trinity the Less, par., 129, 205, 336

Honylane (Honilane)
-, Elias de, 654
-, Margery de, prioress of St. Helen's, 519– 20, 542, 613
-, Ralph de, alderman, 205, 36–92
-, Thomas son of Bartholomew de, 399

Honyman, Richard, 645

Hoo
-, Gilbert de, 527
-, John, alderman, 618, 619

Hook
-, John, 598
-, Simon, mason, 639

Hooks, see Buildings

Hopere, Walter, 629

Hordele, William, shearman, 576

Hore
-, John, 552
-, Thomas, smith, 519

Horemade, Isabel relict of Richard de, 184

Horewode, see Horwode

Hormede, Alan de, essoiner, 328; see also Horwode, Alan de

Horn
-, Amice, 9, 31
-, Andrew, ix
-, Edmund, 203, 351
-, John (I), alderman, 351
-, John (II), alderman, 622, 623–4
-, Nicholas, 351

Horsemen, 260, 300, 369, 547, 613

Horses, xxviii, 219, 396, 493–4, 606, 631; laden, 547; see also Buildings, stables; Carts

Horsham
-, Adam de, 62, 82–3
-, Roger de, see Forsham

Hortone, Roger de, attorney, 211

Horwode (Horewode)
-, Alan de, attorney, 434, 436, 488; pl., 437–8, 476, see also Hormede, Alan de
-, John de, attorney, 304, 313; pl., 336; Maud his wife, 336
-, John de, junior, 454
-, Nicholas de, 511
-, William, 618

Hosebonde (Husebonde)
-, Alice daughter of Roger, 373
-, John, sheriff, 322–5
-, Roger, 43, 85; Maud his wife, 43

Hosier, see Trades

Hosteler, see Trades

Hotot, Nicholas, 463, 510

Hottokeshathere, William de, 34

Houghton (Hoghtone, Houthtone, Houton)
-, Fremond de, & Margery his wife, 118
-, John de, 342
-, William son of William de, 348

Houndesdiche (Hundesdich)
-, Gervase de, tanner, 187
-, Philip de, tanner, 187
-, William de, 85

Houndsditch, xxiii, 487, 618

Household goods, 646

Houthtone, Houton, see Houghton

Huggin (Hoggen) Lane, par., see St. Michael Wood Street

Humber, John, 624

Hundesdich, see Houndesdiche

Hundeslowe, Richard de, 109

Hunteman, Adam, 178, 251

Huntyngdon, Hugh de, 410

Hurst (Herst, Hierst)
-, Gilbert atte, 169, 174
-, William atte, 329, 418

Husebonde, see Hosebonde

Husting: aldermen chosen for assize in, x–xi; bills of complaint in, xiii; complaint in, re non-execution of judgment, xix; enquiry in, 43; judgment in, xvii; quorum in, xiii n; resummons of assize in, xvi

Hyde, William, sheriff, 643

Hyngeston (Hynxston)
-, John de, 381
-, John de, alderman, 319

Hynton, John de, vintner, 441

Ideshale, John de, 381

Iford, William de, common serjeant, 334– 5, 361, 369, 375, 382–3, 387, 390, 394, 396, 401, 408

Ikelyngham, alias Cressoner, Ralph de, & Agnes his wife, 384

Ilkyston, William de, rector of St. Mary le Bow, 451

Ingelbright, Arnold, armourer, 623

Ingham, Robert de, 456

Ipswich, Suffolk, xii n

Ireys, Peter le, tailor, 13, 144

Irland (Irlonde)
-, Richard & Emma his wife, 608
-, Thomas (de), alderman, 622, 622; sheriff, 523; tenement of, 527

Ironmonger, see Trades

Ironmonger Lane (Ismongereslane), 449, 456–7

Isoude, Thomas, rector of St. Margaret Moses, 416

Ispania, see Spain

Italian merchant, 12

Ive, John, rector of St. Michael Wood Street, 625

Ivory, William, 574, 623, 659

Jambers, 617

James, Nicholas, alderman, 654, 651

Jetties, see Buildings

Joce, John, kt., 488

Joiner, see Trades

Joists, see Buildings

Joly, John, 651

Jordan (Jurdon)
-, Nicholas, 618
-, Richard, 111

Joynour
-, John, 654
-, William, 654

Justices itinerant, xxvii, 254

Kaleys, Francis de, 157

Kallere, see Callere

Karleton, see Carleton

Karlill, see Carlille

Kary, Amice relict of Thomas, 17

Kayton
-, John de, 493–4
-, Robert de, 475; sheriff, 577

Kele, Henry de, 85

Kellshull (Keleshull, Kylshyll, etc.)
-, Richard de, kt., 488
-, Simon de, attorney, 317, 323, 399
-, William, fishmonger, 587, 652
-, William de, 478

Kelseye (Celeseye, Kelseie, etc.)
-, Robert de, alderman, 233, 236, 228–36; pl., 127, 306; tenement of, 201
-, Thomas son of Robert de, 345
-, William de, clerk, 401–2

Kempeseye, John, chaplain, 543

Kendale
-, Edward de, kt., 562
-, Thomas de, clerk, 515; rector of St. Augustine Watling Street, 585

Kene, Richard, 522

Kennels (i.e. gutters), xxiii, 358, 577, 618

Kensington, John de, prior of St. Bartholomew, 93

Kent
-, Henry de, 317
-, John de, hanaper, 445, 483
-, Robert de, 78
-, Thomas de, essoiner, 107; serjeant, 151
-, Thomas de, tailor, & Juliana his wife, 99

Kentoys, William & Alice his wife, 585

Keselyngbury, see Kyslyngbury

Kettelburgh, Stephen de, 338

Keu (Ku)
-, Albert le, of Bread Street, 305
-, Henry le, painter, 65, 68, 71
-, P. le, essoiner, 157

Kilwardby, Robert, archbishop, 85

Kimnels, 646

King's court in the Chamber, 655

King's gift, xiv & n, 314

Kirketon, John, alderman, 618

Kissere, Hugh le, 109

Kitchens, see Buildings

Knoesle, Richard de, 525

Knolles
-, Robert & Constance his wife, 611
-, Thomas, alderman, 658, 660–1, 641–2; mayor, 643

Knyght, John, tailor, 186

Knyghtcote, William, alderman, 618, 624; sheriff, 624, 624

Knyth, William, 574

Ko, Walter son of Thomas le, 402

Kressyngham, see Cressingham

Ku, see Keu

Kydemenstre, Robert de, 317

Kylshyll, see Kellshull

Kynelyngworth, John de, 451

Kyng
-, William, alderman, 624–29
-, William, timbermonger, 524
-, William le, 109

Kyngeston (Kynggeston)
-, Adam de, fishmonger, 331–2
-, David de, 382
-, John, 652
-, John de, 257, 385; Sabine his wife, 257
-, John de, brewer, 498
-, William, attorney, 660

Kynwardesle, Thomas, 586

Kyriel, William, 600–3

Kyrkeby
-, John de, 525
-, John de, draper, 500

Kyslyngbury (Keselyngbury), Richard de, alderman, 399; pl., (hosier), 317, 330; mayor, 425–7