Index
L - Z

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Helena M. Chew & William Kellaway (editors)

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1973

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'Index: L - Z', London assize of nuisance 1301-1431: A calendar (1973), pp. 201-220. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=35985 Date accessed: 01 October 2014.


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Lacer (Lacier)
-, Richard (le), alderman, 333, 407, 416, 432, 335–446; mayor, 390, 395–6; sheriff, 307
-, Richard, goldsmith, 445, 483, 516

Lachebrok, Roger & Margaret his wife, 492, 528

Lambourne, Essex, rector, see Preston, William de

Lambyn
-, Edmund, alderman, 259
-, Guy, fishmonger, 475
-, John, alderman, 233, 236, 185; sheriff, 185
-, Robert, 351

Lane, Richard in the, 272

Lanende, William atte, 298

Lanes, blocked or obstructed, 85, 327, 358, 401, 449, 454, 457, 577, 613, 618; disputed ownership, 528; grant of, 85; narrowed (allegedly), 97, 396; timbers extend beyond middle of, 352, 358

Langbourn ward, xxx n

Langeford, Thomas, 619

Langeleye (Langgele)
-, John de, 95–6
-, Jordan de, 237

Lardener (Lardyner), Robert, carpenter, 645–7, 659, 661

Large, Robert, sheriff, 648

Latrines, see Buildings, privies etc.

Laufare
-, John, mason, 621
-, John de, 185
-, John de, cordwainer, 58
-, John de, cutler, 109

Launde
-, Geoffrey de la, parson of St. Leonard Eastcheap, 574
-, Robert, alderman, 613, 618, 613–23; kt., 625; sheriff, 613, 615

Layton, John de, 450

Leather hides, 251

Leatherseller, see Trades

Leche
-, David le, & Juliana his wife, 427
-, John le, fishmonger, 365; Maud his relict, 419

Leddrede, Robert, draper, 472

Lee
-, Margaret atte, 491
-, Walter atte, clerk, & Sabine his wife, 220

Legal matters adjournments & respites, xiii, xvi–xvii, xxxiii–xxxiv
-, agreement between parties, xviii
-, amercement, xviii–xix; def. puts himself in mercy, 193; pardoned, 312
-, arbitration, xviii
-, attorneys, xv & n
-, bills of complaint, xiv, 574, 591, 604, 644
-, building permission, 310
-, common land, 43
-, common soil, xxviii–xxix
-, courtesy of England, xiv, 14, 333
-, damages, xvii & n
-, death, of def., 528; of pl., 317
-, declaration by pl., 528
-, dies non, xvi & n
-, distraint for rent prevented, 289
-, dower, xx, 160, 298
-, escheat to crown, 313, 619, 652
-, essoins, xv–xvi, xxxiii–xxxiv
-, extent of debt, 289
-, false plaints, xviii
-, fees for bills, xxxi
-, file of nuisances, 645
-, fines, xix
-, forshard, 269 & n
-, fraud & trickery suspected, 618
-, freeehold, defs. deny having, xiv
-, friends, arguments of, 656; mediation of, 632
-, gavelet, 269
-, imprisonment, xiii
-, inquest on doubtful points of assize, xvii–xviii, 145
-, inquisition held in a church, 309
-, intrusion, xi; alleged, xv, 510; pleas of, xiv n, 240; see also novel disseisin
-, judgment, xviii–xix
-, juries, xi, xvii
-, king's aid, 386, 619
-, leases, for 99 years, 574; for 293 years, 599 Repairing, 418
-, licence to agree, xviii
-, licence to crenellate, 158 n
-, light & view, xxvi
-, limitation, period of, xi, xiv–xv
-, love days, 139, 389, 550
-, malice, xxxii
-, minors, xv
-, non prosecution of suits, xviii
-, novel disseisin, assize of, 389 (p. 96), 657; see also intrusion
-, ordinance concerning windows, 604
-, partition (among co-heirs), 160, 233, 632
-, penalty clause in agreement, 193
-, pledges to prosecute, xviii
-, protection, letters of, 158
-, purprestures, xxvii–xxx
-, quit-rent, repudiated, 20
-, quorum, at assizes, x; in Husting, x n
-, record & process recited, xvii
-, remedy by another process advised, xix
-, respites, see adjournments
-, rights of way, xxxii
-, rolls of assize, xxxiii–xxxiv; in custody of clerk of the Chamber, 282; inspected, 272, 302, 371
-, seisin, length of, pleaded, xv
-, shartfort, 269 n
-, statute of Westminster II, xiv n
-, summons, xiii–xiv, xvi
-, trespass, xv
-, wills, vouched to warranty, xv
-, writs, xii; de rectis serviciis, 269; fieri facias, 223, 239
-, see also Aldermen; Assize of buildings; Commonalty; Husting; Mayor, etc.; Sheriffs; Wardmote

Leggy (Leggi), Thomas, alderman, 449, 474, 392–484; mayor, 407–8, 410, 416, 406–16, 443–8

Leicester (Leicestre, Leycestre)
-, John, 604
-, John, cordwainer, 596
-, Robert de, essoiner, 12, 23, 112, 124, 133, 135, 138

Leire (Leyre)
-, Idonea daughter of William de, 197, 205
-, Thomas de, alderman, 293–309
-, William de, alderman, 6, 37, 61, 85, 149, 206, 233, 236, 4–236; arbitrator, 61; def., 13, 120; pl., 50, 164, 237; Idonea his wife, 120
-, William son of William de, 319; Agnes his relict, 536–7

Leman (Lemman), John, 574; another, 648

Lenard, Robert, 522

Lenne, see Lynne

Lesnes, Gilbert de, 89

Lestraunge, Roger, kt., 496

Let, Idonia, prioress of St. Mary Clerkenwell, 479

Leuesham, Simon de, 528

Leukenore
-, Lucy relict of Thomas de, 27
-, Roger de, 310–11; chivaler, 431
-, Thomas de, 41

Leuter (Leutour, Luter), John le, 25, 115, 165, 190, 195; Isabel his wife (relict), 190, 195, 308, 362–8

Levendale, John de, 525

Levesone, Walter, 145

Leye, Thomas atte, sheriff, 529–31

Leyre, see Leire

Liffyn, Clement, draper, 651

Lifton, John de, 306

Liger, Robert, 147

Limare, John, 533

Lincoln, earl of, see Gaunt, John of

Lincoln (Lyncoln)
-, Alice de, 197, 205
-, John (de), 205; alderman, 154, 206, 236, 147–236; sheriff, 70–83
-, Richard de, 379
-, William, 631

Lindesseye (Lyndeseye)
-, Adam de, & Christine his wife, 60
-, Robert, tailor, 635

Linendraper, see Trades

Lintone, Roger de, 85

Lisson
-, Henry, 135
-, Robert brother of Henry, 135

Littelton, Richard de, clerk, 128

Little (Litle, Lytle, etc.)
-, John (le), alderman, 536, 547, 587, 592, 595, 481–605; fishmonger, 513; sheriff, 439, 442; witness, 574
-, John, tailor, 617

Lobenham, Ralph, alderman, 659; sheriff, 659

Lock & key, 401

Locke, Thomas, essoiner, 660

Lodelowe, Thomas, alderman [& recorder], 514–22

Lombard (Lumbard)
-, Hamo, 604
-, John, 396, 604
-, Simon, see Spicer, Simon le
-, see also Trades

Lombard Street, 527, 647

London, bishops of, 375

London
-, John de, brewer, 462, 466, 470–1
-, John de, tanner, & Joan his wife, 359

London Bridge: houses on, 52; land & tenements, xxix, 51–2, 416; wardens, 87, see also Benere, John le; Chaplain, Robert the; Gill, Alan; Hardyngham, John de

London Wall, see City Wall

Long, Robert, 351

Lorence, John, 47

Loriner, see Trades

Loundres, Roger, 660

Louthe
-, John, tailor, 635
-, Thomas de, & Joan his wife, 491
-, William (de), alderman, 661; sheriff, 645

Love, Richard, 563

Love Lane [off Coleman Street], 545

Loveday, Roger, kt., 510

Lovekyn
-, Adam, alderman, 614; pl., 522; Katherine his wife, 522
-, John, 298
-, John, alderman, 525, 484–536; mayor, 521, 418, 503–5, 529–34

Loveye, John, alderman, 635, 638; mercer, pl., 625; sheriff, 638, 638

Lucas
-, Adam, 327
-, John, 493
-, John, tailor, 496
-, Robert, 595
-, Robert, alderman, 618–24

Lucca, Italy, society of the Ricardi, 12

Luco
-, Francis de, 226
-, John de, 226
-, John son of John de, 226

Luda, Thomas de, tanner, 187

Ludekyn, Adam, 139; sheriff, 187

Ludgate, xxix n

Ludgershale, John son of John de, 333

Ludlow, Salop, xii n

Lumbard, see Lombard

Lung
-, John le, & Agnes his wife, 110
-, John son of Roger le, 33
-, Robert le, 298

Lurchon, John, 649

Luter, see Leuter

Lychebergh, William de, 362–4, 366

Lyes, Richard, draper, 647

Lyle, Thomas, pie-baker, 627

Lyllyngston, Thomas de, 472–3, 479

Lylye, John, chandler, 608

Lyndewode, John de, 322

Lyndewyk, Robert, 574

Lynne (Lenne) Ralph de, alderman, 445– 85; juror, 396; sheriff, 419, 424

Lyons (Lyouns)
-, Richard, alderman, 598; sheriff, 607
-, William de, hermit, 333

Lyrp, Gilbert, baker, 524, 561

Lyterworth, John, 534

Lythfot, Geoffrey, 375

Mabely
-, Ralph son of William, surgeon, 185
-, William, 225
-, William de, & Alice his wife, 27

Macchyng, Edward de, 185

Madennan
-, Nicholas & Avice his wife, 476
-, Robert le, 125

Madour, Roger, 407, 409

Madyngton, Robert de, guardian of the Friars Minor, 569

Makenheued, John, 385

Malewayn, John, alderman, 492, 502, 502

Mallyng, Thomas, mason, 620

Malt-bin, 583

Maneweden, John de, attorney, 371, 376

Mapelesden, John de, (goldsmith), 446, 481, 484; Alice his wife, 484

Mapisden, John, 660

March
-, Robert de la, tailor, 169, 190, 195
-, Thomas de la, 275, 278, 307

Marchal (Mareschal)
-, Geoffrey, of Wood Street, 547–8
-, Gilbert le, 32, 120; Amice his wife, 120
-, Henry le, 234
-, John, 632
-, John le, 147
-, John le, of Walbrook, 88
-, William le, 72, 77, 237, 293; Margaret his wife, 293

Marchaunt, Nicholas, 505

Marezerer, see Mazerer

Mariner, Elias le, 146

Markes, Robert, 616

Martyn, Thomas, 618

Mash-tubs (masshtonnes), 646

Mason, see Trades

Mass, celebration of, xxxi, 574

Maunchier, Richard le, 109

Maunfeld, Gilbert, alderman, 627

Maupyn, Peter, 193

Mayn, John, baker, & Christine his wife, 561

Mayor: locum tenens, xiii, 286–7; pl., 9; presides over assizes, x, xiii; serjeant of, xvi, 151, see also Baldok, John; Bockysham, John; Harewell, John

Mayor & aldermen: congregation of, xiii, xvi, xix; perambulations of, xxix–xxx

Mayor & citizens, 189

Mayor & commonalty, 477, 544; pls., 170–1, 213–14

Mayor's court, xxiv

Mazerer (Marezerer, Mazeliner)
-, John le, 377
-, John le, City chamberlain, 188
-, John le, goldsmith, 111
-, Simon, 618
-, Stephen le, 378
-, William le, alderman, 1

Mede Lane, 97

Megre, John, pewterer, 647

Megucer
-, John le, 109
-, Richard le, 109

Meldebourne
-, Gilbert (de), attorney, 558, 613, 619, 630, 637; essoiner, xvi, 555, 563; summoner, 611
-, Reginald de, & Gunnilda his wife, 222
-, Richard de, 24
-, Thomas de, 24
-, William de, chivaler, & Margery his wife, 377

Meleford, William de, archdeacon of Colchester, 185

Meleward, see Milward

Melf, John, nakerer, & Joan his wife, 309

Meltone, William de, dean of St. Martin le Grand, 189

Mercer, see Trades

Merchandise, 493–4, 606, 613, 631

Merchant, see Trades

Merden, John, butcher, & Alice his wife, 579

Mereworth, Simon de, 182

Merlawe, Richard, alderman, 658; mayor, 656

Merlyn, William, 658

Merre
-, Adam son of Geoffrey, 297
-, William son of Geoffrey, 297

Merton, Surrey, prior, 149

Merton, Robert de, dyer, 351

Michel (Mychel, etc.)
-, Joan, 501
-, John, alderman, 651; mayor, 653
-, John, loriner, 246
-, John, vintner, 506

Middelton
-, John, 650
-, William, grocer, 640, 661

Middlesex, see Frowyk, Henry

Milk Street, 319

Milton, Walter, (viewer), 655–9

Milward (Meleward)
-, Walter le, 259
-, William le, tanner, 187

Mimmes (Mymmes)
-, John (de), 400, 501, 600–3
-, William de, tanner, 187

Mineter, Roger le, 144, 161

Minoresses, see St. Clare without Aldgate

Miter(e)
-, Richard le, 249
-, William le, 87

Mitford, John (de), alderman, 545, 547, 595, 534–607; draper, 578; pl., 525; sheriff, 528; Joan his wife, 578

Mockyng, John de, alderman, 360–95; sheriff, 313, 313

Molers (la Molere), Alice (de), 159, 192

Molgas, Adam, tailor, 20

Moiling, William, 99

Molton (Multone), Robert de, tailor, & Agnes his wife, 12, 17, 49

Mompesson, Richard de, 131

Montacute (Mountagu), Elizabeth de, 392; prioress of Haliwell, 434, 466, 471

Montfichet (Munfichet), tower, 85

Monthermer, Ralph de, 250

Montquoy, Henry de, 97

Moor (la Moore, More), xxiii, 266, 292, 375

Moot, John, abbot of St. Albans, 642

Mordon (Moredon)
-, Gilbert de, sheriff, 282–3, 280
-, Simon de, alderman, 536, 574, 598, 554–95; mayor, 545, 546–61; sheriff, 528
-, Walter de, alderman, 331–401; def., 298; sheriff, 331

More
-, Beatrice daughter of Ralph de la, 255
-, Cecily atte, 91
-, Henry atte, goldsmith, 255
-, John, alderman, 626; sheriff, 631
-, Maud atte, daughter of Ralph de la, 255
-, Ralph de la, 255
-, William, alderman, 637–8; sheriff, 633
-, William atte, 109

Moredon, see Mordon

Morell, Richard, 633–4

Morice (Moryce)
-, Thomas, common serjeant, 483, 487, 493–4
-, Walter & Sarah his wife, 117

Morisby, Christopher de, 653

Morle
-, Thomas de, 533
-, Thomas de, & Idonia his wife, 355
-, Thomas de, sheriff's clerk, 287

Mortar, see Buildings

Morton
-, John de, attorney, 478, 496; clerk, 475, 517; sheriff's clerk, 494; summoner, 419, 478
-, Walter, 615

Mosehach (Musehacche)
-, Richard, 600–3
-, William, 501

Moun, James de, 67

Mounby, William de, essoiner, 226

Mounde, John, baker, & Avice his wife, 257

Mountagu, see Montacute

Moy, John, 525; armourer, 460; Fleming, 413

Moyne, Henry le, 36

Multone, see Molton

Munfichet, see Montfichet

Musehacche, see Mosehach

Mustrel, Robert, of Tonbridge, 273, 277

Mynot (Myngihot), Michael, 321, 335

Myte, John, 613

Nails, see Buildings

Nakerer, see Trades

Nassurton, William de, & Alice his wife, 508

Nasyngg, John de, 492

Nax, William atte, 499

Neel, Walter, alderman, 339–84

Nettlestede (Netlestede), Roger de, 169, 174

Neuberi, Christine relict of Alan de, 209

Neuelon, Adam son of Peter son of, 97

Neugate, see Newgate

Neuport
-, Thomas de, 493–4
-, William, alderman, 614–27; sheriff, 606, 609, 611

Neusom, Thomas de, clerk of Ralph de Monthermer, 250

Neuton, Geoffrey, alderman, 616; summoner, 586

Neve
-, John le, 403
-, William le, furbisher, 233–4

New Hospital, see St. Mary without Bishopsgate

New Place without Aldgate, see St. Clare

Newark (New Place near Guildford), Surrey, prior, see Pyrye, Thomas

Newcastle, Peter de, 169, 308

Newe
-, Roger & Agnes his wife, 514
-, William, guardian of the Friars Minor, 618

Newenham, Thomas de, clerk, 588, 590

Newenton, Henry de, rector of St. Mary Magdalen Milk Street, 306

Newgate (Neugate), xxix, 387; gaol delivery, xvi, 313, 323, 386

Noket, Thomas (atte), alderman, 615, 618; draper, 527, 647

Norbury (Nortbury), Richard, alderman, 629; def., 575; Ymanya his wife, 575

Noreys, Thomas le, 15

Northall (Northhalle), John de, alderman, 357–401

Northampton, xii

Northampton (Norhampton)
-, John, alderman, 609–13; draper, 618; mayor, 628–9, 625–9; sheriff, 613, 615; Parnel his wife, 618
-, Robert, carpenter, 205
-, Robert de, 381

Northbrugh, John de, 340

Northfolke, Henry, haberdasher, 581

Northwyc, Walter de, & Cecily his wife, 12

Norton
-, Geoffrey de, alderman [& recorder], 26, 1–34
-, Gregory de (alias Gregory atte Shire), alderman, 312–13, 318–19, 327, 333, 288–342; common serjeant, xxix, 260, 264; essoiner, 245; recorder, 272, 319, 294; Alice his relict, 393, 397
-, Richard de, & Alice his wife, 433, 439
-, Richard de, of Cheshunt, & Alice his wife, 517
-, William, alderman, 659–61

Notingham (Notyngham), Richard de, alderman, 474–5, 478, 492, 502, 445– 502; mercer, def., 494; pl., 505; sheriff, 488, 484–9

Nott, John, mayor, 521–2

Nottele, Thomas de, parson of St. Mildred Poultry, 400

Nottingham, xiii

Noyl
-, Gerard, 429
-, John, 451
-, William, 290–1

Odyerne, John, 574

Ogbourne (Okebourn), Wilts., prior Richard, 386, 388

Oign', Richard, 351

Oistergate, Alice relict of Stephen de, 327

Okebourn, see Ogbourne

Olescombe, John, 630

Oliver (Olyver)
-, John, junior, 522
-, John, senior, 522
-, William, 331
-, William, alderman, 629

Olneye
-, Richard de, attorney, 528; guardian, 492
-, William de, 513

Order of Preachers, see Friars Preachers

Organ (Orgon), John, alderman, 618, 631, 613–31

Orpedeman, Thomas, essoiner, 242, 246

Osbarn
-, Richard, 655
-, Thomas, 660

Osekin (Osekyn)
-, John, 452
-, Robert, carpenter, 53

'Osmond', iron called, 617

Otery, Robert, 615

Ottele, Robert, grocer, 648–50

Ottery (Otery), Devon, college of St. Mary, warden, see Sargere, John

Oven, 492; stone, 583

Ovesseye, John de, 42

Oxen, 524

Oxford, Balliol Hall, master of, 494

Oxford
-, Hugh de, tailor, & Maud his wife, 69, 86
-, John de, alderman, 286–7, 322–57; mayor, 376, 371–7; pl., 348; Alice his wife, 348
-, Katherine & Lucy, daughters of Hugh de,69

Oystergate, 582

Paas, Isabel relict of John, 315

Pabenham (Pakenham), Simon de, mason, 205, 233, 304

Page, Walter, 362–4, 366, 461

Painter (Peyntour)
-, Adam, 109
-, John le, 292

Painter, see Trades

Pakenham
-, John de, 525
-, Simon de, see Pabenham, Simon de

Paling, see Buildings

Palmer (Paumer)
-, Henry le, 243
-, Philip the, of Wood Street, 219
-, Roger le, 156, 205; alderman, 280
-, Simon le, 414
-, Thomas le, 145

Pancrich, Stephen de, 85

Paris (Parys)
-, John de, saddler, 110, 200; Alice his wife, 110
-, Robert, ironmonger, 603
-, Robert de, mercer, 261
-, Roger de, alderman, 206, 185–235; mercer, def., 236; sheriff, 70–84
-, Simon de, alderman, 6, 26, 37, 85, 145, 154, 236, 1–236; guardian, 25; sheriff, 36–54
-, Thomas, 651
-, William de, draper, & Maud his wife, 233

Parker
-, Walter, 492
-, William, sheriff, 641–2

Paries, Ralph & Mary his wife, 633

Parlours, see Buildings

Passenham, Henry de, attorney, 158, 174; essoiner, 172

Passeware, William, 500, 525, 572

Paths: allegedly dedicated, 125; narrowed, 64, 626; obstructed, 43, 125, 260, 606, 631

Paumei, see Palmer

Pavements, xi, xxx & n, 140–2, 175–6, 186, 206, 249, 369

Paviour, see Trades

Pay, Reginald, 637

Payn
-, Henry, 644, 660
-, John, 418
-, Robert, fuster, 446

Pecche (Peche)
-, John, alderman, 432, 492, 574, 419–534; mayor, 514–15; pl., 525
-, John, draper, senior, 465

Pecok, Ralph, commonalty's attorney, 15; common serjeant, xxix

Pekham, Christine, 546

Pelham, John de, 155, 158

Pembroke, earl of, see Valence, Aymer de

Penbrigg, Richard de, kt., 539

Penerege, Edmund, rector of St. Edmund King & Martyr, 596

Penne, Ralph de la, 151

Pentecost Lane, 569, 618

Pentices, see Buildings

Pepperer, see Trades

Perambulations, see Mayor & aldermen

Perceval, Thomas, 170

Peregryn, Raymond, 503

Perle, Thomas, alderman, 483–502

Peradon, Nicholas de, 266

Person
-, Robert, 147,510
-, Robert, skinner, 173

Persshore, William, 614

Peruch, John de, attorney, 525

Perveys, John, alderman, 654, 651

Pesshoner, Robert le, see Fitz Robert, Simon

Peterborough, abbot, 141

Petit, John, (viewer), 645–6, 647, 661

Peu, William atte, 109

Peverel, William, Queen Philippa's tailor, xxxi,417

Pewterer, see Trades

Peyntour, see Painter

Philip Lane (Phelippeslane), 454

Philipot (Phelipot, etc.), John, alderman, 587, 591, 584–611; mayor, 620; pl., 573; sheriff, 586–7, 589, 591–2

Philippa, queen [of Edward III], tailor of, see Peverel, William

Picard (Pycard, Pykard)
-, Henry, alderman, 433; mayor, 481–91
-, Hugh & Sabine his wife, 172

Picot (Pikot, Pycot)
-, John son of Nicholas, 262
-, Nicholas, alderman, 26, 37, 149, 154, 1–182; def., 94; pl., 100; sheriff, 125– 7; Alice his wife, 94, 100

Pie-baker, see Trades

Piel (Pyel), John, alderman, 574, 598, 613, 618, 564–613; mayor, 587–8, 591–2, 584–92; sheriff, 572, 561–4

Pigeon, John, pie-baker, 632

Pigs, 63, 293, 524; slaughtered, 569

Pig-sties, xxx, 263, 332, 382–3

Pikebou, William, 458

Pikeman (Pykeman)
-, Adam, fishmonger, 352
-, Andrew, alderman, 613, 619–23; fishmonger, 485; sheriff, 614, 616–17, 619, 618–1s9
-, Giles, 488
-, John, rector of Wickham, 10
-, Robert, 312
-, Stephen, 312
-, Thomas brother of John, 10
-, William, 108, 312; sheriff's serjeant, 253

Pikenham (Pykenham)
-, John de, 238, 241; Emma his wife, 241
-, Thomas de, alderman, 524–5, 514

Pikot, see Picot

Piles: in Thames, 392, 582; in Walbrook, 383

Pipehirst (Pipherst, Piphurst)
-, Robert de, 85, 381
-, Robert son of Robert de, 381
-, Thomas & Joan his wife, 446, 490
-, Thomas, goldsmith, 501

Pipes, see Buildings

Pit: for tanning hides, 251; see also Buildings, privies; Chalk-pit

Place, see Buildings

Planks, see Buildings

Plates, see Buildings, wall-plates

Ploket, Nicholas, mercer, 505

Plot, John, essoiner [? fictitious], 600–3

Plumb-line, 76, 84, 89, 271, 295, 301, 388

Podeo, Orlandino de, 12

Pole
-, John son of John atte, 461, 464
-, Michael de la, kt., 447
-, Richard atte, 310–11
-, Walter de la, chivaler, 651
-, William atte, 379

Polle
-, Thomas, alderman, 660
-, William atte, essoiner, 533, 538

Polstede, Thomas de, & Katherine his wife, 339

Polteneye, see Pulteneye

Pontefract (Pomfreyt, Pountfreit, etc.)
-, Henry, alderman, 661, 645; sheriff, 660
-, John de, 485
-, John de, goldsmith, 255
-, William, skinner, 609
-, William (de), alderman, 376, 357–405; def., 306; pl.,379

Pope, John, 546, 643

Porkele, Thomas de, 381

Posse, James & William (atte), essoiners [? fictitious], xvi, 465, 471–3, 488–9, 497, 503–4, 540–2, 549; see also Pusse

Post, Adam, Alan, Thomas & William, essoiners [? fictitious], xvi, 573, 575, 578, 580

Postek, Richard, essoiner [? fictitious], xvi, 564–5

Posts, see Buildings

Potelle, Adam, essoiner [? fictitious], xvi, 579

Poteman, Henry & Denise his wife, 10, 51, 59

Potter, Paul le, 124

Potter, see Trades

Potyn, Nicholas, 510

Poulter, see Trades

Pountfreit, see Pontefract

Pountoyse, John de, & Alice his wife, 304

Pourte, Hugh, alderman, 37, 1–104; pl., 53; sheriff, 36–49; Margaret his wife, 53

Powel, John, potter, & Joan his wife, 418

Poyntel
-, John, alderman, 286–7, 277–306
-, Roger, 180
-, William, 85

Prat
-, Adam, essoiner, 179
-, Robert, essoiner, 321

Pre, Adam, essoiner, 225

Prentys (Prentiz)
-, John, draper, 584
-, Thomas, 249

Press, great, in brewhouse, 646

Prest
-, Andrew, essoiner, 322
-, William, tallow-chandler, 651

Preston
-, John, corder, 265
-, John, recorder, 659–60
-, John de, 272; alderman, 312, 259–312; mayor, 318, 327, 314–28; sheriff, 244
-, John de, girdler, 191
-, Ralph de, & Maud his wife, 432
-, Richard, alderman, 616; pl., 637
-, Stephen de, 258
-, William de, rector of Lambourne, Essex, 444

Pride, J., essoiner, 220

Priour (Priur), John, alderman, 312, (senior) 314, 318, 277–323; def., 259; sheriff, 233, 236, 240, 235–7

Privies, see Buildings

Processions, parochial, 43, 544, 639

Prodhomme
-, Henry, 269
-, William, sheriff, 255, 255

Proffyt, John, 659

Pudding Lane (Retheresgatelane), 352

Pulteneye (Polteneye), John de, alderman, 272, 289–325; chivaler, 376; mayor, 313, 309–35

Puncheons, see Buildings

Pung, Alexander, 85

Puppe, Geoffrey, stockfishmonger, 557

Purbyk, Juliana, 643

Purre, John & William atte, essoiners [? fictitious], 510, 531–2

Purtreor, Robert le, 147

Pusse, John & William, essoiners [? fictitious], 498, 509; see also Posse

Pye, Adam, essoiner, 152

Pyebakere, Andrew, 522

Pyk(e), Nicholas, 377; sheriff, 322–5

Pykard, see Picard

Pykebourne, Richard, chaplain, 585

Pykerel, William, 309

Pylk, Adam, essoiner, 557

Pynnote, Gilbert, 23

Pyrye, Thomas, prior of Newark, 660

Pyrynton, Robert de, essoiner, 330

Pystoye, Simon de, 530; Emma his wife, 530, 550

Pyxlee, Reginald, 483

Queenhithe (Hithe), xxv, 214

Queldryk, John, 607

Querns, 646

'Quysers' [i.e. cuisses], 617

Rabbet, see Buildings, walls

Rabot, William, 327; Juliana his wife, 242

Ralph, clerk, 510

Rameseye, John de, 146

Rasne
-, John de, essoiner, 320
-, William de, attorney, 319

Ratforde, John de, 553

Ray, John, 650

Reading (Redyng, Redyngges), Berks., abbot, 369, 459

Realle, see Reyle

Reason, see Buildings, beams

Recorder, xiii–xiv, see also Barton, John; Cheyne, William; Cokayn, John; Depham, Roger de; Fray, John; Halden, William; Lodelowe, Thomas; Norton, Geoffrey de; Norton, Gregory de; Preston, John; Simond, John; Swalclive, Robert de; Thorneburgh, Thomas; Tremayn, John; Wengrave, John de

Red, William de, 510

Rededor
-, Peter atte, 408
-, Thomas atte, brewer, 320

Redyng, Redyngges, see Reading

Redyng (Redign), John de, 287, 525

Refham
-, John de, alderman. 357–80; son of Richer de, 283–4, 286–7; summoner, 357
-, Richer de, (kt.), alderman, 37, 85, 19– 120;, arbitrator, 61; def., 95, 282, 285–6; house, 100; mayor, 163–77; petitions on behalf of Minoresses, 80; pl., (mercer), 96, 104, 202, 206–7, 245; sheriff, 312

Reille, see Reyle

'Relese', see Buildings

Retheresgatelane, see Pudding Lane

Reve ?, Richard de, hanaper, 483

Rewley, near Oxford, abbot, see Stanley, Adam de

Reygate
-, Nicholas de, 348
-, Roger, 511

Reyglegh, Walter de, tawyer, 370

Reyle (Realle, Reille, etc.)
-, Agatha relict of Walter de, 100
-, William de, attorney, 256; essoiner, xvi, 37, 39, 41, 46, 51, 56, 58–9, 82, 136, 149–50, 153, 162, 166, 169, 173, 182, 194, 241

Reyner
-, Benedict & his wife, 288
-, John, 437–8, 651

Reynham, Thomas (de), alderman, 618, 619

Reynwell, John, mayor, 651–4

Ricardi, society of, see Lucca

Richard, Avice his daughter & Thomas her brother, 146

Riche
-, John le, & Rose his wife, 19
-, John son of John le, 240

Ridge-tile, see Buildings

Riseby, Robert, 635

Risle, John de, & Maud his wife, 384

Rittlyng, Richard de, 408

Ro (Roo), Robert le, spurrier, 404, 406

Roads & streets: gutters in, xxiii; narrowed, 188, 483

Robbers, 394

Roberd, Stephen, 660

Robert, William, essoiner, 227

Roche, William atte, 234

Rochester, Kent, priory of St. Andrew, prior, see Sheppey, John de

Rokesle (Rokele)
-, Adam de, alderman, 70–124
-, Gregory de, mayor, 85, 318; sheriff, 255
-, Gregory son of Robert de, 117
-, John, alderman, 392
-, John de, clerk, 447
-, Roger de, 143

Rokyngham, Hugh de, goldsmith, 318

Rolls, Master of, see Frank, John

Romeyn (Romayn, Romein, etc.)
-, Juliana, 224
-, Thomas, alderman, 6, 1–168; mayor, 149, 154, 146–56; pl., 39

Romondby, Thomas, clerk, 653

Roofs, see Buildings

Rook, William, 627

Roper, see Trades

Ropery, 119

Rosse(Rose)
-, Adam, potter, 28, 81; his wife, 28
-, John, Robert, Thomas & William atte, essoiners [? fictitious], xvi, 443, 466, 490, 515; see also Russe

Rote, John, alderman, 618, 616–33; sheriff, 626

Rotewell, William, 635

Rothing (Rothyng)
-, Adam de, 274–5; Katherine his relict, 279
-, Adam de, carpenter, 233
-, Hawyse de, 71
-, R. de, essoiner, 237–8
-, Richard de, alderman, 334–96; pl., 294; sheriff, 286–7; his clerk, 287; Joan his wife, 294

Rous, Agatha la, 370

Roussebem, William de, essoiner [? fictitious], 491

Routon, Richard de, 57

Royston, Herts., priory of St. Mary, prior, 656

Ruddok
-, Alan, 486
-, John, 312

Ruer, Richard, essoiner [? fictitious], 613

Ruffini, Laude, attorney, 12

Russe
-, John, 518
-, William, essoiner [? fictitious], xvi, 495, 509, 516, 523, 525, 535, 539

Russel(l)
-, Elias, alderman, 312, 17–47; mayor, 6, 205, 1–6; pl., 9, 44
-, Gilbert, essoiner, 108
-, Richard, 269;(? another), 511

Ry, John le, sheriff's serjeant, 293

Sabrichesworth, John de, junior, 215

Sachere
-, Adam le, 234
-, Avice la, 129

Saddler, see Trades

Sadelyngstanes (Sadlyngstanes, etc.) Hugh de, alderman, 503–11; def., 485; Isabel his wife, 485

Sadiller, John, 659

Saham, Thomas de, tailor, 560

St. Alban Wood Street: church, 454; par., 36, 407, 411, 445, 644

St. Albans, Herts., abbot, xxxi, 356, see also Moot, John

St. Albans (Seint Albon)
-, Adam de, 391
-, Adam de, & Isabel his wife, 104
-, Isabel de, 283
-, John de, alderman, 536, 518–47; house of, 632
-, Richard son of Adam de, 104
-, Robert de, 424

St. Alphege London Wall (beside Crepelgate), par., 110, 222, 427, 435, 486, 514, 524

St. Andrew by the Wardrobe (Castle Baynard): jury of the venue, 401; par., 369, 386, 401, 410, 415

St. Andrew Rochester, see Rochester

St. Andrew Undershaft (de Cornhulle), par., 307, 534, 599, 608

St. Anne within Aldersgate, par., 605

St. Antonin, par., 25, 323, 361, 364–6

St. Augustine Watling Street (at the east door of St. Paul's): par., 303, 372, 500, 585, 616–17; rector, see Kendale, Thomas de

St. Bartholomew (Smethefeld), priory: church, 492; prior, 97, 130, 399, 490, 492, 528–9, see also Carleton, John de; Gedney, William; Kensington, John de

St. Bartholomew by the Exchange (the Less), par., xxviii, 262, 390, 394, 624

St. Benet Fink: churchyard, 63; par., 185; parson, Luke, 63

St. Benet Gracechurch, par., 203

St. Benet Paul's Wharf (atte Wodewharf): par., 369, 392, 588, 590, 621; parishioners (named), 533; rector, see Stodle, William

St. Botolph Aldersgate: par., 272, 487, 629; rector, Ralph, 487

St. Botolph Aldgate, par., 218, 549

St. Botolph Billingsgate, par., 312, 352, 485

St. Botolph Bishopsgate, par., 292, 375–6

St. Bride Fleet Street (St. Brigid beyond Flete Bridge), par., 117, 295, 496, 521, 593, 638, 657

St. Christopher, par., 414

St. Clare without Aldgate (Minoresses, Our Lady of the New Place), abbess (& sisters), xv, 45, 80,102, 211, 296

St. Clement Eastcheap (by Candelwykstret): churchyard, 546; par., 417, 512, 544; parishioners, 544., (named) 546; parson, see Chippenham, Adam; processions through, 544

St. Dionis Backchurch (St. Duns Bakechurcb), church, 628

St. Dunstan in the East (by the Tower): par., xxx, 160, 163, 208–9, 217, 250, 313, 475, 637; parson, John, 208

St. Dunstan in the West (Fleet Street), par., 183, 380, 426, 609, 614, 653, 656

St. Edmund King & Martyr (in Lombard Street): churchwardens (named), 596; par., 32, 592; rector, see Penerege, Edmund

St. Edmunds
-, Fulk de, 75–6, 84,105, 298, 510; Agnes his wife, 76
-, James son of Fulk de (alias James Folk), 75, 298, 488; sheriff, 149, 150–6; Margaret his wife, 298
-, John son of James de, 488
-, Juliana daughter of Fulk de, 105
-, Thomas de, & Idonia his wife, 488, 510
-, Thomas son of James de, 488

St. Ethelburga Bishopsgate, par., 281, 519, 622

St. Gabriel Fenchurch (St. Mary de Fancherche), par., 229, 627

St. Giles Cripplegate, par., 620, 660

St. Helen's (within Bishopsgate), priory: prioress, 233, 530, see also Gloucestre, Isabel, and Honylane, Margery de; prioress & convent, 307, 310, 599, 608

St. Ives (Seyntyves), Adam de, alderman, 618, 631–2, 613–33; summoner, 474

St. James Garlickhithe: par., 93, 193, 506; rector, see Stratford, Roger de

St. James Westminster, hospital, see Westminster

St. John of Jerusalem, hospital, see Clerkenwell

St. John the Baptist, see Haliwell

St. John the Evangelist (St. Werburgh Friday Street): par., xxxiii n; parson, William, 81

St. John Walbrook: par., xxx, 101, 362, 419–23, 461, 464; parishioners (named), 147; rector, John, 147

St. John Zachary (Zacharie), par., 165, 595

St. Katherine Cree (Cricherche), par., 615

St. Laurence Lane (Seintlaurenslane, in Jewry), 511, 581, 654

St. Lawrence (Old) Jewry: churchyard, 494; par., xxx, 13, 62, 83, 191, 213, 319, 348, 493, 505, 591, 598, 654; parishioners, 494; rector, see Oxford, Balliol Hall, master of

St. Lawrence Pountney (Candlewick Street), par., 105

St. Leonard Eastcheap: chapel, 574; church, xxxi, 99, 269, 574; churchwardens (named), 659; churchyard, 574, 659; par., 99, 269; parishioners (named), 99, 475; parson, see Launde, Geoffrey de la; rectors, see Archer, Thomas; Derby, Hugh de; Deynes, John; Godwyneston, Richard de

St. Magnus the Martyr (de Bruggestret), par., 51–3, 327, 513, 645

St. Margaret Fish Street Hill (Briggestret): churchyard, 623; par., 623, 640, 661; rector, see Sprotburgh, Robert

St. Margaret Lothbury: lane leading to church, 175; par., 382–3; rector, Ranulph, 198

St. Margaret Moses Friday Street: church, 416, 639; par., 384, 416, 639; parishioners, 639; processional way, 639; rectors, see Chadenesfeld, Geoffrey; Isoude, Thomas

St. Martin le Grand: canons (named), 34; dean, see Meltone, William de; dean & chapter, 34, 112, 189, 425; vicars choral, 34

St. Martin Ludgate, church, 85

St. Martin Orgar (in Candilwickestrete), par., 44, 349–50,643

St. Martin Vintry: churchyard, 619; par., xxx, 6, 15–16, 18, 55, 211, 358, 586, 619; rector, see Dunster, Roger

St. Mary Abchurch, par., 403

St. Mary Aldermanbury: churchyard, 181; par., 335; parishioners, 181; parson, see Cornhill, William de

St. Mary Aldermary (Aldermaricherche), par., 240, 324, 334

St. Mary at Hill, par., 87,248–9,404,406

St. Mary Axe (atte Nax): par., 57, 276, 418; street, 276

St. Mary Bothaw, par., 290–1

St. Mary Clerkenwell, see Clerkenwell

St. Mary Colechurch, par., 100, 104, 201, 282–7, 343–4

St. Mary de Berkyngechapel, see All Hallows Barking

St. Mary Fancherche, see St. Gabriel Fenchurch

St. Mary Graces, abbot, see Warden, William de

St. Mary le Bow (de Arcubus): par., 89–90, 187, 235, 317, 452, 501, 518; parishioners (named), 451; rector, see Ilkyston, William de

St. Mary Magdalen Milk Street: par., 131; parishioners (named), 306; rector, see Newenton, Henry de

St. Mary Otery, see Ottery

St. Mary Overey, see Southwark

St. Mary Royston, see Royston

St. Mary Somerset, par., 396,577

St. Mary Staining, par., 446, 644

St. Mary within Cripplegate, (new) hospital, see Elsing Spital

St. Mary without Bishopsgate (new) hospital: fields behind, 292, 375; prior, 37, 55, 86, 235, 346, 369, 440, ?453, 478, 488, 518; prior Thomas, 531

St. Mary Woolchurch: churchyard, 64, 302; par., 289, 299–300, 302, 379; rector & parishioners, 64

St. Mary Woolnoth (in Lombard Street): chaplains, 647; par., 60, 92, 98, 126, 393,397,447,527,647

St. Matthew Friday Street: church, 318; par., 14, 43, 264, 377, 413, 460, 572; procession, 43; rector, see Fakenham, John de; rector & parishioners, 43

St. Michael Bassishaw: churchyard, 606, 631; par., 434; parishioners (named), 606, 631; parsons, Thomas, 606, 631, William, 631

St. Michael Cornhill: churchyard, 311, 613; par., 94, 262, 270–1, 310, 522; rector, see Felde, Richard atte

St. Michael Crooked Lane (Candelwykstrete): churchyard, 298; par., 9, 31, 38, 298, 331, 488, 597; parson, Ralph, 298; rector & parishioners (named), 298

St. Michael le Querne (atte Come), par., 69,478,566,583

St. Michael Paternoster, par., 74, 95–6, 243

St. Michael Queenhithe, par., xxx, 214, 252, 301,433,436–8,476,658

St. Michael Wood Street (Hoggenlane): par., 54, 61, 219, 255,482–3, 547,612, 625, 267; rector, see Ive, John

St. Mildred Bread Street: church, 156; par., 109,156,240,646

St. Mildred Poultry: church, 400; par., 29–30, 66, 395, 632; parishioners (named), 400; parson, see Nottele, Thomas de

St. Nicholas Aeon (Hacon), par., 432

St. Nicholas Cole Abbey (Coldeabbey), par., 221,641

St. Nicholas de Berkyngchurche, see All Hallows Barking

St. Nicholas Olave (Olof), par., 360

St. Nicholas Shambles: church, 309; par., xxxi, 19, 309, 569, 584, 618

St. Olave Colmanstrete [? Old Jewry], par., 378

St. Olave Hart Street (by the Tower, next the Crutched Friars), par., 111, 477, 611

St. Olave Old Jewry, par., 545; see also St. Olave Colmanstrete

St. Olave Silver Street, par., 24,158

St. Osiths, John de, 510

St. Pancras Soper Lane, par., 236

St. Paul's: bakehouse, master of, xxvii, 140–1; canons, see Aldebury, Walter de; Holm, Roger, and Thorp, Walter de; close, 141; dean, see Brewere, Gilbert de la; dean & canons, xxvii, 141; dean & chapter, 69, 228, 250, 567,572,579

St. Paul's Wharf, 140

St. Peter Cornhill, par., 337, 520, 525

St. Peter le Poor (St. Peter the Less in Bradestrete): churchyard, 630; par., 230–2,339,630,642

St. Peter Paul's Wharf (by Old Fish Street, the Less by St. Paul's Wharf, etc.), par., 288,587–8,590,607

St. Peter Westcheap (Wodestrete), par., 14,70,346,385,430,612,655

St. Peter's Lane, 607

St. Sepulchre Newgate (in Melbourne), par., 132,186,294,408

St. Stephen Coleman Street, par., 175, 215, 570

St. Stephen Walbrook: altar of B.V.M., 169; bell-tower, 308; church-wall, 174; par., xxx, 25, 363, 370–1, 626, 648–50; parishioners (named), 169, 174, 308; parson, see Blund, Peter le and Stanesfeld, William de; rector, William, 308

St. Stephen Westminster, see Westminster

St. Swithin (Swythun in Candelwikstrete), par., 76,84,510,589

St. Swithin's Lane, 510

St. Thomas (the Martyr) of Aeon (Dacon), master, 343, 347, see also Berkhampsted, Thomas de; Sallowe, Thomas de

St. Thomas the Apostle: chancel, 502; churchyard, 502; par., 216, 412, 424; rector, see Sleford, William de

St. Thomas the Martyr, hospital, see Southwark

St.Vedast, par., 381

St. Werburgh Friday Street, see St. John the Evangelist

Salisbury (Salesbury, Sar')
-, John de, attorney, 397; essoiner, 315, 319,389
-, John de, barber, & Margery his wife, 22
-, Thomas de, kt., 570
-, William de, clerk, 204

Sallowe
-, Thomas de, master of St. Thomas of Aeon,565
-, William & Alice his wife, 593
-, William, of Fleet Street, & Joan his wife, 638

Salman, Walter, girdler, & Margery his wife, 495

Salyng, Richard de, (viewer), 527

Same
-, Thomas de, 525
-, Thomas de, tailor, 546

Sandford, William de, clerk, 531–2

Sandon, John,606

Sar', see Salisbury

Sargere, John, warden of St. Mary Ottery, 654

Sautreour, Guillotin le, 110

Savage(Sauvage)
-, Robert, 595,605; Joan his wife, 605
-, Roger, kt., 194

Sawtry (Sautre), Hunts., abbot, 360

Sayssello, Charleto de, attorney, 34

Scalding houses, see Buildings

Scantling, measurement by, 156

Schalyngford, John, tailor, 584

Schirbourne, William & Isabel his wife., 589

Schrobshire, see Shropshire

Scot,
-, Geoffrey, junior, 152
-, John, 260; essoiner, 195
-, John, poulter, 400
-, Richard, essoiner, 120,280
-, Thomas, 396

Screens, see Entreclosewalls; Speers

Scullard, John, essoiner, 313

Scut, John, 637

Sea-coal, 617

Seccheford (Sechford, Sescheford, etc.)
-, Henry de, 478,489
-, Henry de, alderman, 272, 286, 312–13, 318–19,328,259–315

Seint Albon, see St. Albans

Seintlaurenslane, see St. Laurence Lane

Seld, see Buildings

Seler, John atte, & Alice his wife, 538

Selsham, Walter, chaplain, 616–17

Sely(seely)
-, John, alderman, 622–31; sheriff, 627, 657; skinner, 573
-, Lawrence, 411
-, Robert, alderman, 259; son of Thomas, 115–16; Joan his wife (relict), 115–16, 411
-, Thomas, alderman, 37, 145, 154, 65– 177; sheriff, 312

Seman, Simon, alderman, 657,653; sheriff, 653

Semer, John, of Guildford, 598

Sende, Edward, smith, 543

Seriaunt (Serieaunt)
-, Geoffrey, 375
-, John, tailor, 635

Serjeant of the Chamber, see Chamber of London

Serle, William, (viewer), 655

Servat (Servad), William (le), alderman, 149,154,158n, 135–236; def., 29

Sescheford, see Seccheford

Settere
-, Alexander le, 317
-, Joan daughter of Clement le, 279

Sewage, etc., xxiv-xxv; see also Buildings, privies; Dung; Stench

Sewale
-, John, fishmonger, 78
-, William, essoiner, xvi, 562; serjeant of the Chamber, 608

Seymor(e)
-, John, 631
-, Robert, armourer, & Benedicta his wife, 344

Seyntyves, see St. Ives

Shadworth, John, alderman, 638, 642

Shakol, Richard, 476

Sharp
-, John, 99
-, Richard, 99, 312

Shawe
-, Henry atte, armourer, 379
-, John, vintner, 647

Shearman, see Trades

Sheds, see Buildings

Shelford, Henry, 659

Shenche, Martin, 62,82

Shene, Thomas de, 339

Shenefeld, Walter de, tanner, 187

Sheppey, John de, prior of Rochester, 657

Sherborne Lane (Shitebournelane), 647

Shereman, Jordan le, 339

Sheriffs: amercements levied to use of, xix; on assizes, xiv; prohibit building, xviii; summon defs., xiv; summon juries, xvii, 43; to execute judgment, xviii

Sheryngham, William, alderman, 635, 636

Shipbrok, Roger, 574

Ships, 453

Shire, Gregory atte, see Norton, Gregory de

Shitebournelane, see Sherborne Lane

Shoppe,
-, John atte, 618
-, Thomas atte, 511

Shops, see Buildings

Shordich, Peter de, attorney, 45

Shorne,
-, Benedict, 289
-, Henry de, 128

Shouts, 453

Shropshire (Salop, Schrobshire, etc.)
-, Geoffrey de, 169,174
-, Richard de, carpenter, 526–7, 566, 581– 3,591,604

Shrovesbery, Geoffrey de, 300

Shutters, see Buildings

Shyrlond, Amaury de, clerk, 521

Sibyle(Sybille)
-, John,643
-, Walter, alderman, 622, 615–18; arbitrator, 632

Sieves (clensyng syvis), 646

Silverstone, Master John de, 140

Simond (Symond, Symound)
-, John, chandler, 583
-, John, recorder, 651, 654

Sinks, see Buildings

Skelton, William de, 451

Skew, see. Buildings

Skinner, see Trades

Skirwith, Thomas, 653

Skremyn, Thomas, of Friday Street, 572

Skynnere, Hugh le, 375

Sledge-hammers, 617

Sleford, William de, dean of St. Stephen Westminster, 596; rector of St. Thomas the Apostle, 424,502

Slomo, William, ? essoiner, 103

Smalebregge, Simon atte, tanner, 187

Smart, John, 623

Smelt, Richard, sheriff, 443–6

Smith, see Trades

Smithfield, 151

Smoke, 617

Smyth, Andrew, pie-baker, 592

Snypston, Nicholas de, 536–7

Soakaways, see Buildings, sinks

Sodingtone (Sodyngton, Sudington), Master John de, 113,133,230–2

Soham, Sampson, 619

Solars, see Buildings

Somersete
-, Henry de, 78
-, Robert de, 525

Somerton
-, John de, 533
-, Thomas, draper, 647

Somery, John, 21; Margery his wife, 21, 219

Soneman, Thomas, 618

Soper Lane (Soperelane, Soperislane), 154, 206

Sotherey, John, tapicer, & Cecily his wife, 647

Soty, William & Margery his wife, 502

Souche, see Zouche

Southam, John, alderman, 622,675

Southwark
-, hospital of St. Thomas, master, Henry, 592
-, priory of St. Mary Overey, prior (& convent), 582,647

Sowyer, Richard le, 33

Spain (Ispania), Thomas de, 209

Spaldinge (Spaldyng), Joce de, & Joan his wife, 263,288

Sparham, Peter de, 85

Spark
-, Henry, 604
-, William, 451
-, William, armourer, & Maud his wife, 495

Speers (speres), screens for warding off air-draughts, 646; see also Entreclosewalls

Spelman (Speleman), Stephen, alderman, 661; sheriff, 645

Spencer, Gilbert, 483

Sperling (Sperelyng)
-, Edward son of Martin, 269
-, Felicia, 269
-, Maud daughter of Christine, 269
-, Ralph, 269

Spersholte (Speresholte), William de, 234, 252; Alice his relict, 301

Spicer (Spycer)
-, Richard, esquire, 649
-, Simon le, lombard (alias Simon Lumbard, spicer), 520, 530; Emma his wife (relict), 530,542
-, Thomas, 574
-, William le, skinner, 94

Spicer, see Trades

Sporon, Thomas, goldsmith, 333

Spot, William & Muriel his wife, 191

Sprot
-, Adam, 511, 598
-, John, 385
-, John, chaplain, 415
-, William, 297

Sprotburgh, Robert, rector of St. Margaret Fish Street Hill, 623

Spurrier, see Trades

Stable, Adam, alderman, 587, 591, 595, 597, 604, 618, 584–623; mayor, 613

Stables, see Buildings

Stacy
-, Richard, 609–10
-, William & Margery his wife, 483

Stafford, John, attorney, 648–50,652

Stairs, see Buildings, steps

Stake, William atte, 335

Stakes, Alice atte, 60

Stalls, 219 &n, 396

Stamford, Andrew de, 147

Stanard, Stephen, 533

Standon (Staundone)
-, Master Robert de, clerk, 34
-, William, alderman, 631, 629–42; mayor, 646, 660; sheriff, 633

Stanes, William de, 317

Stanesfeld (Stansfeld), William de, parson of St. Stephen Walbrook, 370–1,374

Stanford (Staneford, Staunford, etc.)
-, Andrew de, 85,101
-, John de, pepperer, & A vice his daughter, 476
-, Katherine relict of William de, 201,282
-, Stephen de, 396
-, William de, 280

Stanley, Adam de, abbot of Rewley, 570

Stansfeld, see Stanesfeld

Staples, see Buildings

Starre, John & Mary his wife, 91

Staundone, see Standon

Staunton, Alice relict of John de, kt., 511

Staynton, John de, 282–3

Stench, complaints of, xxv, 364, 485, 617, 644

Steps, see Buildings

Stertford (Sterteford), William de, 1,3,31

Steyndrop
-, Agnes de, 503
-, Gilbert de, sheriff, 429

Steynour, Christine relict of John, 652

Sthorn, Roger, 56

Stile, 606,631

Stockfishmonger, see Trades

Stocks Market (les Stokkes), par., 289

Stodey(e)
-, John (de), alderman, 432, 449, 476, 536, 587, 591, 434–605; mayor, 492,501–2, 528, 545, 492–502
-, William, vintner, 586

Stodle, William, rector of St. Benet Paul's Wharf, 533

Stoke, William (de), 511, 591; Margery his wife, 591

Stokes
-, Henry de, 102
-, Richard de, 525
-, William, 526

Stokkes, les, see Stocks Market

Stokton, Roger, 642

Stomelhole, John, 660

Stone
-, Gilbert atte, butcher, 555
-, John, of London, hosteler, 654

Stone, use of, ix; see also Buildings, walls

Stonham, Richard & Margery his wife, 551

Storeys, see Buildings

Stortford (Storteford)
-, John de, sheriff, 510
-, Richard, 526
-, Richard de, leatherseller, 591
-, William de, sheriff, 510

Story, John, senior, 522

Stow, John, ix n

Strangers, visiting & staying, 521

Stratford
-, John de, 97,125; Belisant his wife, 97
-, Robert de, def., 260; essoiner, 314; summoner, 447
-, Roger de, rector of St. James Garlicktithe,443

Stratford Langthorne, Essex, abbot, 126, 393,397

Stratton
-, Nicholas, 660
-, William de, & Margaret his wife, 348

Straw, xi & n, 536

Streets, see Roads

Style, Richard, mason, 645–7, 661

Sudbery, Henry de, Alice his wife & Agnes his daughter, 327

Sudington, see Sodingtone

Suffolk, earl of, see Ufford, William de

Suffolk (Suthfolk)
-, Elias de, 85; alderman, 233,236, 225–32
-, Thomas de, 510

Summers, see Buildings, beams

Surgeon (Cirugien)
-, Gilbert the, 115, 121; Felicia his wife, 115
-, Master Peter le, 167
-, see also Trades

Sutel
-, Adam, 351
-, Robert, 351

Suthfolk, see Suffolk

Sutton
-, Henry de, & Isabel his wife, 334
-, Henry de, guardian of the Friars Minor, 34
-, Nicholas son of Alan de, alias Nicholas Ballard, 256
-, Robert de, loriner, 355,407
-, Thomas de, dyer, 504

Suyte, Richard atte, 574

Swafham, Sampson de, 481

Swalclive (Swaleclive)
-, John de, 429,456
-, Robert de, alderman [& recorder], 259, 280

Swan
-, Godfrey atte, 375
-, Henry atte, 252

Swanlond
-, Simon de, alderman, 313; mayor, 307– 10
-, Thomas, 619

Swift, John, tanner, 187

Swinfield, Richard, bishop of Hereford, 152

Syward
-, John, alderman, 407, 416, 396; sheriff, 385
-, William, 231

Tables, 646

Taillour (Tailleur, Tayllour)
-, Henry son of Philip le, 70
-, John le, of Gracechurch, 203
-, John son of Philip le, 11
-, Richard le, & Margery his wife, 313
-, Sabine relict of Philip le, 11,70,137
-, William le, king's serjeant, 313

Tailor, see Trades

Tallow-chandler, see Trades

Talworthe (Taleworth), John de, 16,193

Tanner, see Trades

Tannere, Brian, 522

Tanners'seld, 187

Tanrigge, William de, 222

Tapicer, see Trades

'Tappetrowe', see Trough

Tatersall, Robert, alderman, 653–4, 654

Tatesfeld, Thomas de, essoiner, 4

Taunton, Gilbert de, 155, 158

Taverner, see Trades

Taverner, Peter le, see Herlyng

Tawyer, see Trades

Tayllehaste, Richard, 4

Tedenham, see Tudenham

Tedmar, John, 210

Tenements (named), see Barge, le; Bridge House; Cardinal's Hat"; Converts, house of; Evesham Inn; Glean on the Hoop

Tenter-walls, see Tyghtyngwowes, le

Tenter-yard, 589

Tenting-frame, 643

Tenting-tun (thityngtunne), 277

Thame
-, James de, 535; alderman, 514–22; sheriff, 514
-, John de, 512
-, Nicholas, 618
-, Philip de, prior of St. John of Jerusalem, 436
-, Robert de, 452,476
-, William de, 433
-, William son of Robert de, & Juliana his wife, 571

Thames: xxiii, xxxii, 97, 292, 327, 352, 358, 392,582,645; roads (lanes) leading to, 85, 396,401, 577; see also Wharves

Thames Street, 327, 392, 476,577,637

Thele, Henry de, & Maud his wife, 115

Tholosan, see Tullesan

Thomas, Roger son of, essoiner, 86

Thorneburgh, Thomas, recorder, 645

Thorneye
-, John,575
-, William de, xxxii, 324–6, 328; alderman, 376,374–92

Thornton, Thomas de, 525

Thorp
-, Elias de, 169, 308
-, John de, skinner, 363,367
-, Reginald de, 295
-, Robert de, 446
-, Master Walter de, canon of St. Paul's, 228

Thunderle(e)
-, Adam de, 258
-, John de, 258
-, Reginald.de, sheriff, 85, 87–102

Thurgod, Richard & Katherine his wife, 400

Thurkild, John, 618

Tiffeld
-, John de, 385
-, Thomas de, 416

Tiler, see Trades

Tiles, see Buildings

Timbermonger, see Trades

Tiryngton, John, 512

Toller, John, 631

Tonbridge, Kent, see Mustrel, Robert

Tondeby, Gilbert de, 117

Toppesfeld
-, Stephen, 660
-, William de, & Joan his wife, 145

Torches, wax, 544

Torgold, Walter, 641

Torkeseye, Robert de, barber, 223

Tornegold
-, John, 396
-, John de, alderman, 547, 613, 564–613; fishmonger, 577; sheriff, 536
-, see also Torgold

Torold
-, Roger & Alice his wife, 507
-, Roger son of Roger, 507

Totenham
-, John de, carpenter, 304,526–7
-, John de, chandler, 407
-, Lawrence de, 20

Totyng, John, 522

Tower of London, xxvii, xxix, 254

Trades & occupations, xxxi
-, armourer (heumer), 344, 379, 400, 460, 495, 617, 623
-, baker, 205,257, 524,561
-, barber, 22,124,223
-, brewer, 320, 424, 462, 466, 470–1, 498, 502,505, 529,576
-, broderer, 502,644
-, butcher (bocher), 309, 546, 555, 569, 579,584
-, butler (botiller), 587
-, capper, 594
-, carpenter, 146, 346, 348, 482, 559, see also Viewers
-, chandler, 407, 473, 568, 583, 592, 608, 614
-, changer, 512
-, cook, 583
-, cooper, 622
-, corder, 265
-, cordwainer, 58,199,396,532,596
-, cutler, 109
-, draper, 233, 290, 292, 317, 429, 465, 472, 500, 527, 549, 564, 578, 584, 618, 647–8,651
-, dyer (dyghere), 351,488,504
-, fellmonger, 465
-, fishmonger (pessoner), 26, 78, 169, 331, 351–2, 357, 365, 372, 391, 419, 431, 475–6, 485, 513, 577, 580, 587, 629, 652
-, furbisher (furbour), 234
-, fuster (fuyster), 446
-, girdler (zeinturer, gerdeler, etc.), 191, 293,495,581
-, glazier, 656
-, glover, 540
-, goldbeater, 617
-, goldsmith, 70, 85, 111, 151, 203, 219, 255, 305, 318, 333, 381, 430, 445–6, 460, 483, 501, 510, 515–16, 535, 602,612,617,624–5,657
-, grocer, 551,557,617,640,648,661
-, haberdasher, 576,581
-, hanaper, 445,483
-, hosier, 317,330
-, hosteler, 596,654
-, ironmonger (ismongere), 545, 555, 592, 603
-, joiner (ioignour), 228
-, leatherseller, 591
-, linendraper, 659
-, lombard, 520,542
-, loriner.246,355,407
-, mason, 203, 323, 346, 621, see also Viewers
-, mercer, 104, 236, 261, 318–19, 389, 405, 412, 435, 445, 494, 505, 511, 514, 516, 523–4, 602, 625, 631, 645–6
-, merchant, 488, 645; Hanse, 444; Italian, 12
-, nakerer, 309
-, painter, 65, 68, 71
-, paviour, xxx n, 249
-, pepperer, 476
-, pewterer (peutrer), 574, 617, 647
-, pie-baker, 592, 627, 632
-, potter, 28, 41, 81, 340–1, 418
-, poulter, 400
-, roper, 441
-, saddler (seler), 110, 200, 355, 418
-, shearman, 576
-, skinner (peleter etc.), 94, 147, 173, 261, 362–3, 380, 400, 419–20, 442, 527, 573, 609, 617, 648, 651
-, smith (ferrour, mareschall, etc.), 429, 519, 543, 610, 614, 617
-, spicer,405, 530, 554
-, spurrier (sporier), 404, 406
-, stockfishmonger, 350, 557
-, surgeon, 185
-, tailor, 12–13, 20, 86, 99, 144, 161, 169, 186, 190, 195, 203, 417, 496, 546, 559–60, 584, 599, 608, 617, 635, 639
-, tallow-chandler, 651
-, tanner, 187,251,359,385
-, tapicer, 647
-, taverner, 139, 203, 234, 260
-, tawyer, 370, 499, 512, 524, 537, 566, 616
-, tiler, xx n
-, timbermonger, 524
-, vintner, 358,414,441,488,506,509,574, 586,632,642,647
-, woodmonger, 244,541
-, woolmonger, 548

Transoms, see Buildings, beams

Trappe, John, skinner, 362

Travers, Richard, 305

Traynel(l), Henry, 609–10,616

Treasurer & Council, 174

Trees, 64,279

Treier, see Treyere

Tremayn, John, recorder, 638

Trent, William, 116; alderman, 154, 137– 82; def., 136,179; pl., 159,192

Trentemars, John, 89

Trethewe, John, 654

Treyere (Treier, Treyhere)
-, Robert le, 289,312
-, Robert son of Robert le, 108,151

Trig, William, 396

Triple, John (de), 169,174

Trippelowe, John, essoiner, 355–6

Tristour, William, 655

Trough, with tap (tappetrowe), 583,646

Tubs (tynes), 646

Tudenham (Tedenham), William (de), alderman, 476, 536, 545, 547, 424– 547; mercer, def., 523

Tulio, Master Arnold de, 146

Tullesan (Tholosan), Michael de, 30,66

Tun (thityngtunne), 277

Turgis, Simon, 91

Turk
-, Alexander, 599
-, John, clerk, 599,608
-, Walter, alderman, 407, 384–96; mayor, 419–24

Turnham, Simon de. 396

Turret, see Buildings

Twyford
-, Nicholas, alderman, 618, 609; mayor, 635–7; sheriff, 614, 616–17, 619, 615–18
-, William, 583

Twyn, Edmund, 659

Tyghtyngwowes, le (le Tythyngwowes, le Tytingwowes), plot of ground called, 298 &n, 488

Tylly, Christine, 266

'Tynes', see Tubs

Tyrp, John, essoiner, 559

Ufford, William de, earl of Suffolk, xxxi, 577,620; Joan his wife, 577

Upton
-, Ralph de, alderman, 333, 335–71
-, Robert de, 85, 89–90; Margery his wife, 89–90
-, Stephen de, & Sybil his wife, 132
-, William de, draper, 317

Ussher
-, Richard, tanner, 187
-, Simon le, & Isabel his wife, 372

Utensils, leaden, 646

Uxbridge (Wexbregge, Woxebregg), Middx., see Waleys, Austin le

Vacant plot, unfenced, 394

Vagabonds, 250

Valence, Aymer de, earl of Pembroke, xxxi, 248–9

Vanner(e)
-, Henry, alderman, 631,637
-, Henry le, vintner, 358
-, John le, 380

Vats, 646

Vault, see Buildings

Vauntage, William, girdler, 293

Vaux, John de, goldsmith, 305

Venour, William, alderman, 643, 645; mayor, 638

Verneye, John le, 375

Vescy, widow of Geoffrey de, 176

Vessels: leaden, 583, 646; see also Aletuns; Barrels; Bin; Kimnels; Maltbin; Trough; Tubs; Tun; Vats

Victuals, 536, 613, 626, see also Ale; Fruit; Wheat; Wine

Viewers (masons & carpenters), xiv, xvii, xix–xx

Vigne, Maud atte, 417

Vilers, Francis de, kt., 183

Vines, 549

Vintner, see Trades

Vintry (Vinetria), John de (alias John le Coroner), alderman, 6–92; clerk, pl., 18

Viroler, Roger le, 85

Vivien, Margaret relict of John, 270–1

Vyne
-, John, alderman, 618, 616–19
-, John, mercer, 631

Wachyngton, Robert de, attorney, 531

Wade
-, Adam, 130
-, Alice, 214
-, John, 659
-, John, alderman, 641–2; fishmonger, 629

Wakefeld
-, Faukes de, tanner, 385
-, John de, 607

Wakelee, John, alderman, 643; vintner, 642

Walbrook (Walebroke, etc.), xxiii, xxviii, xxx, 15–16,55,109,188,198–200,292, 382–3, 198; lane, 302; see also Mar– chal, John le

Walbrook ward, 510

Walcote, John, alderman, 637; sheriff, 638

Walden, Essex, abbot & convent, 272

Walden(Waledene)
-, John de, 142; another, 514
-, Thomas de, 510
-, Walter, spicer, 554

Waldern, William, mayor, 655, 659; sheriff, 643

Waleworth, see Walworth

Waleys (Galeys)
-, Austin le, & Maud his wife, 340–1
-, Austin le, of Uxbridge, 349–51,353–4
-, Henry le, 500
-, Henry le, mayor, 283, 312; def., 18; pl., 6–8
-, Richard, attorney, 613
-, Walter le, 318
-, William, girdler, 581

Walisshman, Thomas, 381

Wall, City, see City Wall

Wall
-, John atte, 477
-, Walter atte, essoiner [? fictitious], 499
-, William atte, 450

Wall-plates, Walls, see Buildings

Walpol, Adam, 381

Walrond, Master Philip, 24

Walsh (Walssh)
-, Hugh le, 525
-, John, goldsmith, 510

Walsyngham, Reginald de, & Mary his wife, 216

Walter, Robert son of, 107,135

Waltham (Wautham)
-, Hugh de, attorney, 312; assize adjourned by, xvi, 329; [common] clerk, 203, 234, 321; pl., 193, 203, 234, 273–5, 277–9, 307; Juliana his wife, 234, 273,277,307
-, John de, 339,375; attorney, 233
-, Peter de, 270–1
-, Roger de, 99
-, Stephen de, & Joan his wife, 486,506

Walton, Walter, (viewer), 656–8, see also Wylton, Walter

Walworth (Waleworth), William, alderman, 587, 595, 604, 613, 590–613; mayor, 607, 624; pl., 597

Wangrave, see Wengrave

Wanlok, see Wenlok

War', John de, 597

Warburton, Robert, alderman, 631, 631

Warde
-, John, alderman, 574, 591, 559; mayor, 606,608–11; sheriff, 529–31
-, Stephen, carpenter, 620
-, William, draper, & Joan his wife, 648

Warden, William de, abbot of St. Mary Graces, 558

Wardmote: xi, xxvii, xxviii; held in a church, 454

Wardrobe, Giles of the, canon of St. Martin le Grand, 34

Ware
-, Christine relict of Thomas de, stock– fishmonger, 350,354
-, Henry de, 364
-, John de, chandler, & Christine his wife, 568
-, Lawrence de, see Bloseworth
-, Peter de, 298
-, Richard de, 456
-, Thomas de, attorney, 360, 392–3, 395, 410,412,415; summoner, 361,380
-, Thomas de, skinner, 527

Warender, John, 448, 474; Alice his wife, 474

Warner, John, alderman, 660, 645

Waryn, William, chandler, 614

Waryner, Thomas, 629

Wasshbourn, John de, 431

Wastel, William, 218

Watch-tower, see Buildings

Watercourse, 375,625

Watere, William atte, butcher, 546

Waterford, xiin

Watergate, see East Watergate

Watford, John de, 186

Watling Street (Watlyngstrate), 617

Watlyngton, Robert (de), attorney, 519, 569–70, 572, 577, 605; def., 560; essoiner, 566, 614; summoner, 589, 605

Watton, see Wotton

Waudene, John de, 525

Wautham, see Waltham

Wax torches, 544

Wayte
-, Ralph, 329
-, Richard, 511

Wedon, William de, 329

Wegge, Thomas, 660

Welde, William (atte, de), alderman, 432, 449, 488, 501–2, 524–5, 545, 547, 574, 419–577; sheriff, 439,442

Welford (Weleford, Welleford, Wilford)
-, Richard de, 451
-, Richard de, sheriff, 174, 182–4
-, Robert de, 145
-, Thomas, 607
-, Thomas, alderman, 622, 631, 614–43; sheriff, 641–2

Welles (Wellis)
-, John, alderman, 654, 653–4
-, Thomas de, 501

Wellesborn, Richard, coroner, 657

Wells, xxiv, 219,277, 307, 395, 534,633

Wengrave (Wangrave), John de, alderman [& recorder], 85, 145, 149, 154, 206, 56–228; arbitrator, 61; mayor, 233, 236, 240, 230–48

Wenlok (Wanlok)
-, Simon de, 395
-, Walter de, 5, 46

Wentebrigg, John de, common serjeant, 536, 547; pl., 587,607

Werlowe, Edmond, (viewer), 655

Westchep(e), see Cheapside

Westmelne, Robert de, broderer, 502

Westminster
-, abbot & convent, 510
-, chapel of St. Stephen, dean & chapter, 596; dean, see Sleford, William de
-, hospital of St. James, 233
-, king's council at, 629
-, mayor & aldermen summoned to, xvi, 373,629

Westmulne, Nicholas de, & Margaret his wife, 157

Weston
-, Elias de, 618
-, John,659
-, William, draper, 647

Westwode, W. de, essoiner, 189–90

Wetenhale, William, 630

Wetheresfeld
-, Stephen de, essoiner, 1,12
-, William de, 351, 354

Wexbregge, see Uxbridge

Wharves & quays: xxxii, 97, 392, 453, 637, 645; for disposal of dung, & drawing water, 459; loading & unloading at, 327, 396; see also Byce, William

Wheat, 375

Whelpele, William, tawyer, 524

Whetele, William, tawyer, 537, 616–17

Whitcherch (Whytcherch), Thomas, tawyer, 537, 566

Whityngton, Richard, alderman, 659; mayor, 660

Whyte, Geoffrey, 483

Wichingham (Wichyngham, etc.), Geoffrey de, alderman, 407, 406; mayor, 399– 405

Wickham (Wykham), ? Essex, rector, see Pikeman, John

Widden, Richard, cooper, 622

'Wikettes', see Buildings, windows

Wilehale (Wylehale, Wyrhale, etc.), Richard de, alderman, 154, 89–230; pl., 40; Juliana his wife, 40

Wilemyn (Wylemyn), Master John, 184, 227

Wilford, see Welford

Willesdon, William, 606,631

Willyngham, Robert, 615

Wiltshire, William, 639,656–9

Windows, see Buildings

Wine, 617

Wintney (Wyntoneye), Hants., prioress, 269

Wircestre, see Worcester

Witham (Wytham)
-, John de, canon of St. Martin le Grand, 34
-, Richard de, mason, 53

Wockyngg, Geoffrey de, & Margery his wife, 432

Wode
-, Henry atte, & Joan his wife, 418
-, William atte, 518

Wodecok, John, mayor, 647

'Wodefyn', stack of wood, 524

Wodegate, William atte, essoiner [? fictitious], 481

Wodehous, William, alderman, 614–15; sheriff, 607

Wolcherchehagh (Wollercherchehawe, etc.)
-, Clarkin de, & Agnes his wife, 327
-, William de, & Olive his wife, 510

Wolde, William atte, & Isabel his wife, 151

Wolfey (Wolphey), John, (viewer), 645–6, 647,661

Wolleward (Woleward), Reginald, attorney, 27, 82, 276, 282; commonalty's attorney, 292, 299–300, 302; common serjeant, xxix

Wolmar, Richard, 312

Wood, stack of, 524; see also Firewood

Wood Street (Wodestrete), 71, 255, 454, 547–8, 612, 655; jury of the venue (named), 483; see also Palmer, Philip the

Woodmonger, see Trades

Woolmonger, see Trades

Worcester (Wircestre, Wyrcestre)
-, Hugh de, 147
-, William, serjeant of the Chamber, 614
-, William de, 433,436,439

Worstede (Worthstede, Wurstede)
-, Richard de, mercer, & Margaret his wife, 514
-, Robert de, 85
-, Simon, 631
-, Simon (de), alderman (of Cripplegate ward), 449–50, 454, 474–6, 478, 483, 488, 501–2, 419–523; (mercer), pl., 407, 411, 445, 516, 524; Alice his wife (relict), 445, 541, 552–3

Wotton (Watton)
-, Nicholas, merchant, 645
-, William, alderman, 637
-, William de, 597

Woxbregge, John, 658

Woxebregg, see Uxbridge

Wrenge, Henry, 272

Wroth, John, alderman, 587, 536–611; def., 399; mayor, 513, 511–13; sheriff, 429; Juliana his wife, 399

Wrotham, Richard de, 501

Wurstede, see Worstede

Wyche, Thomas atte, 331

Wycoumbe, John de, 562

Wygth, Thomas de, taverner, 234

Wykham, see Wickham

Wylton, Walter, (viewer), 659, see also Walton, Walter

Wymbourne, Peter de, clerk, 151

Wymondham
-, Adam (de), sheriff, 545,546–7
-, John de, & Joan his wife, 275

Wynchecombe, Simon, alderman, 631, 625–7; sheriff, 629,629–31

Wyndesore
-, John de, 85; alderman, 145, 149, 124–85
-, John de, prior of Elsing Spital, 435
-, Roger de, 266

Wyndon, Hamo de, & Joan his wife, 370

Wynton'
-, Isabel relict of Eastmar de, 105–6
-, John de, barber, 124
-, Nicholas de, 351
-, William de, 83

Wyntoneye, see Wintney

Wyrcestre, see Worcester

Wyrhale, see Wilehale

Wythome, William, 633

Yakesle, John de, 337

Yoman, William, smith, & Margery his wife, 610

Yonge
-, Henry le, 403
-, John le, 403
-, Thomas & Alice his wife, 616–17

York, xiii

York, Robert de, 521

Yuele, Henry, 583

Zouche (Souche), William la, (kt.), (lord) of Harringworth, 539, 550



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