Index
A - K

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Martin Weinbaum (editor)

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Abbeys in the king's gift, 298

Abduction, alleged, 511

Aberdas, Alexander, 14

Abetment, 249

Abeton, Walter de, 258

Abingdon (Abyndon, Habindon, etc.)
-, Richard de, 294, 407, 473, 663, 760
-, William de, 51

Abjuration of the realm
-, after confession of: burglary, 115, 262; cutting purses, 20, 65; escape from prison, ? 204, 263, 316; forgery, 11; harbouring a felon, 28; plundering, 42; receiving, 28; robbery, 52; slaying, 81, 84, 90, 97, 241; theft, 9, 20, 23, 38, 57–8, 65–6, 73, 79, 82, 92, 100, 106, 110, 112, 123, 172, 186, 242, 262, 283
-, in the chamberlain's absence, 52
-, ports assigned, 115

Abortion, 187; resulting from battery, 63, 76, 222, 261

Abraham, Nicholas, 201

Acatour, Joce le, king's purveyor, 239, 292, 527, 560

Accusation: false, 249; malicious, 496

Acre, Robert de, of London, 294

Adam, William son of, 134, 620

Adestok, see Hadstock

Adinett, king's tailor, 170

Adjournment: in a crown plea, 70; in civil pleas, 510–11, 515, 520

Adrian
-, John (I), mayor & sheriff, 3–4, 86–99, 168–77, 182–92, 207, 246, 294, 469, 481, 522, 600–1, 603, 636, 638, 642, 644, 663; ward of, see Walbrook ward
-, John (II), son of John (I), 294, 663
-, Ralph, 47

Advowsons, 298–9

Affeite, William le, 299

Affron, Richard de, kt., 481

Agency, see Hackney

Agnes, a woman named, 35

Agreements: in eyre, 522; none reached, 72, 85, 222, 272; reached out of court, 273, 296, 483, 494, 498, 501, 505, 518

Aguiler, Richard de, 58

Aguilon, William, justice of gaol delivery, 108

Alan
-, John son of, 391
-, Peter son of, 501

Albertis, Reyner, Florentine merchant, 219

Albin (Albyn, Aubyn)
-, Robert, 371, 740
-, William, 32, 532

Albredus, see Aubrey

Aldermanbury (Aldemannebury), 296, 341

Aldermen: in pleas of intrusion, 516; receive abjurations, 52

Aldersey (Alsithere), Robert son' of Nicholas de, 115

Aldersgate (Aldresgate), gate, 25; street, 18; ward, 25, 32, 109, 155

Aldgate (Al(l)egate): gate, 43, 233; keepers of, 153, 625; ward, 50, 153, 219
-, William de, & Alice his wife, 98

Alditha, a woman named, 43

Aldwych, Andrew de, 141

Aledrawere, Roger, 255

Aleford, see Hakeford

Alein (Alewyn), Ingram, 294, 664

Aliens, 310; see also Merchants

All Hallows Barking: Hawise, a nun of, 499

All Hallows Bread Street, church, 186

All Hallows Colemanchurch, parish, 119

All Hallows Fenchurch, see St. Gabriel Fenchurch

All Hallows Gracechurch, ?219

All Hallows London Wall, church, 299

Allegate, see Aldgate

Allor, Beatrice, & Thomas her servant, 154

Almain, see Cornwall, earl of

Alms, free, 503

Alorinton, Andrea widow of John de, 221

Alsithere, see Aldersey

Alvene, Reginald, 245, 564

Alvernia, see Auvergne

Alward (Aylward), Richard, 245, 564

Amercements: analysis of, App. B; article concerning, 295; roll of, 525–786

Amesbury (Ambersbyre, etc.)
-, Fulk servant of John of, 46
-, Richard de, 103, 608

Amewell (Amerwell), Laurence de, 246, 565

Amiens (Amias, Amyas, Damyas)
-, Ellis the clerk of, 118
-, Richard, 24
-, Roger de, 468

Amis, William, 279, 583

Anagni (Anania), Master Sylvester of, 29

Anaine, Nicholas, 15

Andrew, Stephen, & John his son, 80

Anglie, see English

Angolam (Angulame), Bernard, 231

Anguillaunt (Angelaunt), James, of Pistoia, 219, 545

Animals, see Capons; Cows; Dogs; Horses; Oxen; Pigs; Sheep

Anlace, 51

Anure, John, 670

Appeals
-, of: abortion, 187; battery & abortion, 222; battery, abortion & robbery, 261; homicide, 6, 72, 120, 131, 137, 149, 159, 245, 271; homicide by poison, 209; homicide & robbery, 145; rape, 85; rape & theft, 74; wounding & mayhem, 141, 147; wounds & battery, 140, 266–8, 272–4
-, appellees: acquitted, 85, 140, 187, 209, 222, 261; claim clergy, 187; default, 120, 141, 267–8, 271, 273–4; pardoned, 6, 72
-, appellors: default, 6, 72, 74, 85, 131, 141, 149, 159, 209, 222, 266–8, 272–1; die, 187, 245; withdraw, 145; women, 72, 74, 85, 120, 131, 137, 145, 149, 187, 245, 261, 268, 271, 274
-, in the county, 131
-, parties agree in, 273
-, pledges by faith in, 6, 72, 274
-, quashed, 140, 147, 261
-, remitted to the busting, 120, 271

Appeleye, see Aspele

Approvers, 284; appeal of, 277

Arbeleter (Arblaster)
-, Joan widow of Martin, 463
-, Martin le, 527

Arbitration, 522

Archery, 61

Arcubus, de, see Bow

Armenters, John de, 294, 663

Armour, 234, 508

Armourer (Armurer), 508
-, Gilbert le, 527
-, Richard le, 214, 662
-, Thomas le, 189

Arnald, Peter, 108

Arnulf, monk of Bermondsey, 116, 613, 615

Aron, William, 704

Arras (Aras, Haraz)
-, Eustace de, 667
-, Giles de, 208, 294, 664; John & Robert his servants, 208
-, Hubelin (Hubeletus) de, 292, 527
-, Hubert de, 254, 570
-, Ralph de, 257, 571
-, Richard de, of Lincoln, 294, 663
-, Robert de (I), 70; (II), sheriff, 294, 527, 532, 564, 663; ail), 475
-, William de, 369, 739

Arrows, 61, 190, 315

Arson, 275, 280, 296

Arthur (Artur), Richard, 245, 564

Arundel, John de, 271

Ashbourne (Asseborne), Roger de, 264

Ashenden (Assendene, Assindon, etc.)
-, Robert de, 272, 417, 579
-, William de, 75, 445

Ashwell, Alexander de, 221

Aspele (Appeleye), Henry de, 273, 580

Assewy, see Eswy

Asshebof, William, 75

Assize: of cloth, 70, 294, 302, 469, 663–7; of wine, 292, 303, 527, 529; possessory, see Mort d'ancestor; Novel disseisin; Utrum

Aston
-, John (de), 245, 564
-, William, 564

Atenasse (Atteasse), John, 245, 564

Atepirie, see Attepyre

Attachment: article concerning, 321; contrary to custom, 87, 108; exceptions, 80, 190; not made, 24, 55, 70, 117, 119, 126, 133, 173, 177, 200, 203, 210, 215, 220, 230, 244; of appellees, 85, 222, 267, 273–4; of persons present at deaths, 15–260 passim; of returned fugitives, 230; practice concerning, 26, 29, 87, 108; prevented, 141

Attebrok, William, 245, 564

Atteclive, Solomon, 245, 564

Attecross (Ad crucem), John, 108, 610

Attediche, Nicholas son of Ralph, 233

Attegrove, William, 245, 564

Attehale (Atenhale)
-, Richard, & Walter his brother, 280, 588
-, William, 685

Attehegge (Atenhegge), John, 245, 564

Attehill (Atenhull, Attehull)
-, Agnes daughter of Thomas, 275
-, Richard, 245, 564

Attehoke (Atenhok, de Hoke)
-, John, 245, 564
-, Richard de, 245, 564

Atteknol, Agnes, 276

Attelane, Henry, 245, 564

Attelethe (Attelithe)
-, Alice wife of Richard, 117
-, Henry, 494

Attelowe, Maud, 470

Attemer(c)e, William, 245, 564

Attemerk, Robert alias Walter, 245, 564

Atteponde, Robert, 245, 564

Attepyre (Atepirie), Richard, 245, 564

Attestile, Warin, 245, 564

Attestrande (Atestronde), John, 273, 580

Attewell (Etewell)
-, Osbert, 245, 564
-, Richard, 245, 564
-, Robert, 245, 564

Attewode, Thomas son of Thomas, of Barton, 79, 597

Attewodecote, Robert, 264

Attorney, 472, 480, 484, 489, 493, 495, 514

Aubrey (Albredus), Adam & John, sons of, 7

Aubyn, see Albin

Audeley, Henry de, 340

Aunger (Aungier, etc.)
-, John son of Roger de, 183, 642
-, Peter, sheriff, 4, 105, 155–66, 243, 631–2; ward of, see Broad Street ward

Auvergne (Alverina, Alvernia), Anketin de, mercer, 31, 137, 194, 212, 215, 239, 252, 342, 500; ward of, see Farringdon ward

Avel, Richard, 521

Avelin, Richard son of, 61

Avener
-, Ingebertle, 135
-, Roger le, 288

Axes, 181, 200

Ayler, 83

Aylward, see Alward

Bacton (Boketon), John de, 216

Badencourt, see Batencourt

Bagard, Thomas, 105

Bagel, William, 227, 552

Bail (mainprise), 6, 16, 29, 37, 87, 116, 183, 200–1, 205, 208, 219, 227–8, 249, 284; article concerning, 324; by six pledges, 76, 266; custom concerning, 76, 324; in Middlesex, 279; sheriffs fail to answer for, 147

Baker (Pestour, Pistor), 48, 73, 108, 154, 240, 246, 287
-, Adam, 103, 608
-, Eve widow of Albin, 102
-, Henry, 174, 637
-, Ingolphle, 371
-, Philip le, 75
-, Simon, 366, 738
-, Solomon, 193
-, Terry, 665
-, Walter le, 22

Bakynge, William de, 183

Baldersham, John son of Richard de, 112

Baldwin (son of Gerard or Jeremiah),
-, Giles son of, 294, 664

Ballard
-, Austin, 27
-, John, 167

Balsham (Balesham)
-, Ralph de, 260, 272, 579
-, Richard de, 272, 579

Balur, Stephen le, 700

Banbury, Robert de, 264

Barber (Barbator, Barbour, etc.)
-, Adam le, 260, 573
-, Alan le, 266, 576
-, Andrew le, 252, 568
-, Emma la, 292, 527
-, Godfrey le, 264
-, James le, 126
-, John le (I), 165, 218, 544, 633; (ID, by Newgate, 274, 581; (III), of St. Bartholomew's hospital, 685
-, Laurence le, by the Temple, 244
-, Reginald le a), 86, 600; (II), 521
-, Richard le, 252
-, Roger le, 527
-, Thomas le (I), 136, 292, 527, 621; (II), in Vintry, 237, 559
-, William le, servant, 246, 565

Barber(i)e, Jakes de la, 294, 664

Barblegen, Henry de, 665

Bardolf, Michael son of John, 665

Baret, Peter, 199

Barking (Berkyngg)
-, Agnes de, 21
-, John de (I), 70; (II), currier, 468
-, Nicholas de, 32
-, Robert de, 102
-, William de (I), 32; (II), 126

Barnet (Bernette, etc.), Middx., 20, 59, 285
-, Richard de la, 292, 527

Baron, Thomas, see Carron, Thomas de

Barons: of London, 2, 18, 20–1; of the realm, 345

Barricades, 296

Bartholomew
-, a boy named, 251
-, parson of St. Michael Paternoster Royal, 503

Barton (Ba(r)thon), 79
-, Robert de, precentor of St. Paul's, 344
-, Thomas de (I), 37; (II), 316, 591

Bas, John le, 35

Basely, William, 173

Basing (Bassynges, etc.)
-, Adam de, mayor, 3, 103, 237, 502, 517, 716
-, Geoffrey de, 428
-, Richard de, 13
-, Thomas de (I), son of Adam de, 200, 502, 517, 716
-, Thomas de (II), nephew of Adam de, sheriff, 4, 51, 70, 183, 205–19, 264, 296, 518, 522, 541, 542, 544, 654, 659, 661; ward of, see Candlewick ward

Basingstoke, see White, Maud la

Basnet, 508

Basset
-, Fulk, bishop of London, 55
-, Ralph, & Walter his servant, 148, 623

Bassishaw ward, 178, 207

Bat (Bate), Nicholas, mayor & sheriff, 3, 4, 6–16, 499; ward of, see Bishopsgate ward; wharf of, 62

Batail, see Battle

Bateman, see Boatman

Batencourt (Badencourt), Luke de, sheriff, 4, 182–92, 254–69, 286, 316, 571, 572, 574–6, 591, 642, 644; Alice la Blund (or Maud), his widow, 182, 520

Batewell (Baterell)
-, Richard de, 37
-, William de, 37

Bath (Bathon)
-, Henry de, 80; & John his son, 598
-, Thomas, 294, 663

Batiler, William le, boatman of Greenwich, 220

Batour, John le, 209

Battery, 63, 89, 102, 117–18, 125, 127, 138, 141, 163, 180, 198, 208

Battle (Batail), Idonea sister of Richard de la, 120

Baud (Baude)
-, Henry le, 99, 276
-, Nicholas le, 111

Baudan, Terry, 294, 664

Baudri
-, John, 665
-, William, 48

Beams, 8, 35, 91, 101, 372, 376, 391, 455

Beaumund (Beaumount)
-, Gunnilde, 422, 767
-, Ralph de, 423

Beaupyne, Henry, 27

Bec (Beck, Bek)
-, Anthony de, exchequer clerk, 588
-, William de, 294, 663

Bed, death in, 47

Bedel, Faukes le, 159

Bedford
-, Hugh de, 53
-, Ralph de, 67, 593
-, Richard de, 292, 527
-, Roger de, 236
-, William de, 53

Bedfordshire, 39, 290, 590, 650; sheriff of, 39

Beggars, 25, 27

Beille, see Beverley, William de

Bek, see Bee

Bekerannike, Ralph, 168

Bel (Bell)
-, Andrew le, & Elena de Flete, his wife, 292, 527
-, Cristelot, 294, 664

Belfry, of St. Paul's, 162

Bell-tower, of St. Mary le Bow, 221

Bench, court of the, 447–8, 492, 510–11, 515

Benchesham, Denis de, 291

Bending, Walter, 448

Benekuk, see Bonebuk

Bengrant, William, 182

Bentley (Beney, Benleyhe, etc.)
-, Adam de, 135, 619
-, John de, & Isabel his wife, 261

Bentull, see Breteuil

Ber, John le, 134

Berand, William, 666

Berden, see Merdene

Bere
-, John de, 75
-, Robert de, 243

Bereman, 191, 246, 267, 270
-, Geoffrey, 219
-, Hugh, 197, 648

Berewe, William, 685

Berkeley, John de, 53

Berkhampstead
-, John de, 198, 649
-, Ralph de, 236
-, Richard de, 109

Berkshire, 12

Berkweye, William de, 701, 706

Bermondsey, Surrey, prior & monks of, 116, 299, 613, 615

Bernard, Robert son of, kt., of Essex, 48

Berners, John de, 118

Bernette, see Barnet

Berwes, see Harrow

Bestenore, Alexander de, 262, 574

Betoyne (Bethoyne)
-, Ingram de, 294, 663
-, William de, 294, 663

Betteuil, see Breteuil

Beuvin (Beuwyn), Thomas, 294, 663

Beverley (de Beverlaco)
-, Christine daughter of Simon de, 114
-, Geoffrey de, 188, 644
-, Reginald de, 28
-, William de (alias William de Beille), 269, 292, 527

Bexley (Bix(e)le), William de, 174, 637

Beynin
-, Gerard, 274, 581
-, Roger, 294, 663

Bigod
-, Hugh le (I), justice of gaol delivery, 152; (II), 521
-, Roger, Earl Marshal, 456
-, William, 481

Billing, Richard de, 36, 85

Billingsgate, 97, 299; ward, 26, 34, 48, 60, 63, 97, 220, 365–70

Birkweye, see Berkweye

Birley, William de, 471

Bishop (Bissop, le Evesk)
-, Andrew, 164
-, Master Elias of the Jews, 296
-, Roger, 163
-, William, 245, 564

Bishopsgate: ditch outside, 45, 59; ward, 134, 343
-, John de, 391, 751
-, Nicholas de, 385

Bite: by a horse, 473; by a woman, 113

Bixle (Bixele), see Bexley

Black Friars, see Friars

Blakeney, Adam de, 292, 294, 527, 663

Blaket, Robert, 457

Blakethorn, John de, 25, 32, 109, 155; ward of, see Aldersgate ward

Blankmester, Robert de, 166

Blater, Thomas le, 132

Blauet, William, 243

Blaunker, John le, 665

Blereheye, Alice, 230

Bliburg, Roger de, 406

Blida, see Blythe

Blund (Blunde, Blunt)
-, Alice la (I), widow of Luke de Batencourt, 14, 182, 520;(II), 119
-, Edward le, sheriff, 4, 155–66, 178, 403, 631–2
-, John son of Edward le, 155, 631–2
-, Peter le, 41
-, Ralph le, sheriff, 4, 258, 270–90, 481, 582, 585–6
-, Solomon le, 296
-, Walter le, 279
-, William son of Edward le, 403

Blundel, William, 468

Blye, William de, 288

Blythe (Blida)
-, Agnes de, 119
-, William de, 272, 579

Board, 101

Boatman, 83, 139

Boats, 12, 46, 97, 122, 160, 184, 190, 220, 229, 251; see also Ships

Boby, Master Matthew, & Guyot his servant, 29

Boche, Ascelina de la, 437

Bocher, see Butcher

Bodele, see Budleigh

Bogays (Bogeys), Arnold, 411, 763

Bokeler
-, Martin le, 288
-, William le, 113

Bokerel, see Bukerel

Boketon, see Bacton

Bokez, Thomas, 119

Bolace, John, 235

Boldhed, William, 681

Bole
-, Henry le, 279, 468
-, James (alias Richard Pele), 292, 527
-, Walter, 157, 630

Boleng', Richard son of Geoffrey, 9

Boles, Richard, 26

Bonacius, see Bonett

Bonac(o)urs, James, & Rembertin his son, 232, 556

Bonaventure, Richard, 260

Bonebroke, John, 294, 664

Bonebuk (alias Benekuk), Philip de, & John his brother, 294, 664

Bonenfaunt (Bonafaunt, Bonefaunt)
-, Vincent, 15
-, William (I), 222, 548; (II), 667

Bonett, alias Master Bonacius Lombardus, king's clerk, & William his servant, 226, 550

Bonfrani (Bonfreyn), Gerard, 294, 664

Bonin, Arnald, 665

Boniur (Bonier), Stephen, 183, 642

Bonnemi, Montere, 527

Bonvalet, John, 284

Books, ecclesiastical, 57, 521

Bord, Robert, 27

Bordeaux (Burdegal, Burdeus), Raymond de, 192, 260, 573; Peter his servant, 260, 573

Bordray, John de, canon of Holy Trinity, 55

Borham
-, John de, 214, 655
-, Richard de, 116, 615

Borser, see Burser

Bosco
-, Peter son of Geoffrey de, 82
-, William de, & John his son, 473, 481

Bosse
-, John son of Geoffrey, 23
-, Richard, 60

Botare (Boter), Adam le, 217, 543

Boteley, see Butley

Botiler, see Butler

Botoner
-, Geoffrey le, 35, 192, 249
-, Peter le, 35

Bow (de Arcubus)
-, Geoffrey de, 181, 640
-, John de, 280

Bowl, 69

Bows, see Arrows

Bowyer, 253
-, Alexander le, 22
-, William le, 289

Box
-, Walter, 473
-, William, king's purveyor, 474

Boxes, see Chests

Boxford, William de, 396, 754

Boyland, Roger de, justice of gaol delivery, 41

Boys, William de (I), 252; (II), 294, 663

Braceresse, see Brewster

Brackley (Brakele, Brakeleye)
-, Alice de, 182, 641
-, Walter de, 165, 633

Bracour, see Brewer

Bradley (Bradele)
-, Ralph de, 15
-, Roger de, 441

Braeler, 228, 468
-, Roger le, 209

Brakele (Brakeley), see Brackley

Bramleye, see Bromley

Brass, see Pot

Braunte, Nicholas, 133

Bray
-, Peter le, 134
-, Robert de, 30

Bread Street, 230; ward, 24, 53, 136, 212, 223, 230, 355–64

Brente, Nicholas de, 287

Bret
-, Philip le, 288
-, Robert, 114
-, Roger le, 202
-, William le, 256

Breteuil (Bentull, Brettevil, etc.), Anketin de, 221, 294, 481, 547, 663, 733

Breton, Thomas le, 190

Brevetour, John le, 381

Brewer (Bracour, Broiere)
-, Hugh le, 244, 563
-, John le, 201
-, Walterle, 233
-, William le, 244, 563

Brewster (Braceresse), 89
-, Agaline the, 127
-, Lucy, 89, 601

Breynford, John de, 195

Brian, Stephen, 239

Briancon (Brianzun, etc.), Bartholomew le, 340, 526; & John his servant, 190

Bribes, articles concerning, 302–3, 313; see also Suet de prison

Brichull, Edith de, 284

Brid
-, Richard, 230
-, Robert le, 109
-, Thomas le, 109
-, William, 245, 564

Bridge (de Ponte)
-, Ailwynde, 279, 583
-, Daniel de, 279, 583
-, John son of Robert de, 275
-, Roger de, 279, 583
-, Stephen de, & Geoffrey his servant, 279
-, Thomas, goldsmith, 279

Bridge ward, 27, 73, 236

Bridges, broken, 334; see also London Bridge; Fleet bridge; Wharves

Brilond (Brylaunde), John de, 292, 294, 527, 663

Brinkley (Brinkele), Ranulf de, 26

Bristol (Brustowe)
-, David de, 151
-, Richard de, 273, 580
-, William de, 98

Brittany, John de, 146

Broad Street, 125, 252; ward, 88, 105, 125, 143, 243

Brocher, see Broker

Broiere, see Brewer

Brok
-, Adam de, canon of St. Paul's, 255
-, Hugh son of Laurence de, 74
-, Laurence de, justice of gaol delivery, 55, 74, 94, 128, 202, 203, 230, 235; his rolls, 94

Brokenford, John de, 174

Broker (Brocher, Brokour), 287
-, Constantine le, 153, 625
-, Laurence le, 37

Brokesburne, see Broxburne

Bromley (Bramleye, Bromle)
-, Godfrey de, 119, 618
-, Ralph de, 468

Brooches, 74, 261, 491; gold, 511

Broome (la Brome), Simon de, janitor of St. Bartholomew's priory, 201

Brothels, 119, 134, 137

Broxburne (Brokesburne), John de, 500

Bruning (Brouning, Brunyng, etc.)
-, Adam de, sheriff, 4, 100–7, 152, 316; ward of, see Farringdon ward
-, Henry de, & Avice his wife, 193
-, John son of Adam, 4, 100
-, Roger, 245, 564
-, William, 245, 564

Brussels, Guy son of Walter de, 291

Brustowe, see Bristol

Bryton, Robert de, 493, 498

Bucher, see Butcher

Bucket, 191

Buckinghamshire, 262, 478, 493, 498

Buckle, 134

Budleigh (Bodele, Buddele), John de, sheriff, 4, 228–31, 554–5

Bukeler, 468
-, Richard le, 249

Bukerel (Bokerel)
-, Isabel, 118, 616
-, Matthew, chamberlain and sheriff, 4, 63–85, 592, 594, 599
-, Stephen, 108, 155, 296
-, William son of Matthew, 4, 63, 88, 125, 143, 294, 663; ward of, see Broad Street ward

Bullok, Ralph, 35

Bungay (Bungey), Bartholomew de, 109

Buntyng, William, 356

Burdegal (Burdeus), see Bordeaux

Burel, John, 46

Burel, surcoats of, 284

Bureller (Buryler, etc.), 209
-, Henry le, 209
-, Ralph le, 509

Burger, Henry le, 209, 657

Burgh, Austin de, 182

Burglary, 115, 262, 312

Burial, provision for, 505

Burinton, William de, 492, 497

Burne, John de la, 694

Burnell, Robert, chancellor, 240

Burser (Borser)
-, Adam le, 269
-, Richard, 279, 576
-, Robert le, 266, 279, 374, 576

Burton, 174
-, Stephen de, 277

Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, abbot of, 340

Buskele, John de, 665

But, Adam, 14

Butcher (Bocher, Bucher), 155, 228
-, Hugh le, 78, 99
-, Warin le, 16

Butler (Botiler, etc.)
-, James le, 152
-, John son of Reginald le, 163, 632
-, Ralph le, 289

Butley (Boteley, Butteley), John de, kt., 51

Buttery, 501

Byflete (Biflete), Hugh de, 273, 580

Bynere, Alice de, 221

Caby, Alexander, 136

Cadaz, Walter, 264, 576

Cahors (Caword), 666
-, Bernard de, servant of Sylvester of Anagni, 29
-, Ponce son of Elias de, 666

Calabre, John de, 267, 577

Caldelond(e), Adam de, 245, 564

Caldwell (Caldelwell), Hugh, 234, 284, 557

Callere, William le, 183, 642

Camail(e), Robert de, 221, 294, 547, 663

Camberwell (Camerwell), Surrey, 115

Cambrai (Combray), France, 656

Cambray (Caumbrey), Peter de, 294, 664

Cambridge (Cantebrigia)
-, Master Adam de, 415, 673
-, Gilbert de, 31
-, Richard de, 676
-, Robert de (alias Robert le Petit), 312, 341
-, Thomas de (I), 37; (II), 148
-, William de, 169

Camelyn, William, 157

Cameys, John de, & Margery his wife, 495, 501

Campion, Oger le, 665

Cancellis, Master Philip de, Alice his sister, & Walter his squire, 39

Candle, 26

Candlewick Street, 51; ward, 51, 70, 183 264

Cane, Henry de, 122

Canner, Richard le, 156

Canon
-, Gamelin, 284, 584
-, Ralph, 32
-, Ranulf, 32
-, Reginald, 294, 663
-, Richard le, 245, 564

Canterbury (Cantuaria), 312, 341
-, archbishop of, see Kilwardby
-, Henry de, 21
-, John de, 176, 638
-, Margery de, 498
-, Reginald de, 176, 638
-, see also Christchurch Canterbury

Canwode, William de, 236

Capeles, Walter de, chamberlain, 193–201

Capellarius, see Capper

Capeneshors, Thomas de, 209

Caperoun
-, Reginald, 111
-, Richard, 145

Capes, Adam, 27

Capons, 275

Capper (Capellarius, Chapeler), 96, 105, 137, 169, 174
-, Adam le, 419, 766
-, Hugh le, 239
-, Lovekin le, 49
-, Richard le, 174, 637
-, Stephen le, 49, 468
-, William le, 174, 637

Carbonel, Walter, 291

Cargoes: of hides, 493; of mill-stones, 130; of wine, 80, 246

Carlisle (Cardoil, Karl', etc.)
-, Alan de (le), 159, 631
-, John de, 159
-, Margery, prostitute, 134
-, Robert de, 67

Carpenter, 181, 195
-, Bartholomew the, 195
-, Gerard le, 294, 664
-, John (I) son of Adam the, of Hythe, 57
-, John (II) le, 114, 612
-, Richard le, 232
-, Robert le (I), & Christine his widow, 474; (II), son of Walter the, 172, 636
-, Simon the, 64
-, Thomas the, 222
-, Master William le, 30, 422

Carpenton, Henry de, 426

Carron (Karon, Karroun)
-, Matthew de, 237, 559

Carron, continued
-, Thomas de (alias Thomas Baron), 237, 292, 527, 559

Carter (Careter), 45, 227
-, Hugh le, 109
-, John le, 135
-, Nicholas the, 45
-, William le, 255

Carts, 45, 59, 227, 345; long, 521; see also Horses

Cassele, Michael de, 665

Castle (de Castello)
-, Alan de, 78, 468
-, Amaury de, 294, 664
-, Bartholomew de, 212
-, John de, potter, at the Tower, 258, 572
-, Nicholas de, exchequer clerk, 526
-, Robert de, ? exchequer clerk, 535

Castle Baynard, 78, 443; ward of, 91, 132, 165
-, Richard de, 238

Catton, Ralph son of Robert de, 100

Caumpes, Geoffrey de, 51

Cauntyng (Cauntingg), Nicholas, 294, 664

Caword, see Cahors

Caxton, Thomas de, 215

Cecily, a woman named, & Juliana her maid, 13

Celebration, 60

Cellar (de Celario), Roger of the, 25

Cellars, 72, 356; windows of, 458

Cerne, Edward de, 468

Cesterhunte, see Cheshunt

Cestfeud, see Chesterfield

Cestr', see Chester

Chains, prisoner in, 55

Chairs, 216; steeple-jack's, 162

Chaloner
-, Emma wife of Henry le, 117, 614
-, Gilbert le, 210, 658
-, Ranulfle.210, 658
-, Walter le, 365, 738
-, William le, 210, 658

Chamberlain (Chaumberlain), Robert le, 272, 579

Chamberlain, king's: abjuration in his absence, 52; claims clergy, 18; defective list of, 5; distraint of heirs of, 18; during election of compurgators, 209; rolls of, 19, 24–6, 32, 37, 44, 87, 92, 115, 119, 133–7, 149, 159, 162, 177, 202, 215, 222, 246

Chambly (Chaumbliz), Oise, France, 508

Champvent, see Chauvent

Chancery: clerk, see Merston, Henry de; rolls, 208, 345

Chandler (Candeler, Chaundeler)
-, Adam le, 222, 548
-, Matthew le, 218, 544
-, Nicholas le (I), 284, 584; (II), of St. Bartholomew's hospital, 685
-, Reginald le, 292, 347, 527, 736
-, Richard le, 223
-, Roger le, 288
-, Simon le, 49
-, William le, 103, 404, 608, 759

Chaors, see Cahors

Chapel (de Capella), Bartholomew de, glover, 279, 292, 527, 583

Chapeler, see Capper

Chaplain (Capellanus, Chapeleyn)
-, Ralph le, see Hackney
-, Stephen le, 41
-, Thomas the, 453

Chapman (Schapman)
-, Bartholomew, 121
-, Richard le, 245, 564

Charle, William, 245, 564

Charp, see Sharp

Charters, private, 291, 481, 502

Chasteloyne, Giles, clerk of Lorraine, & Nicholas & Theobald his servants, 231

Chattels: aliens', 310; detinue of, 496; Jews', 307, 336

Chattels of felons: concealed, 316; enquiry in eyre concerning, 72, 245; falsely valued by wards, 206, 223; of a suicide, 206; of abjurors, 9, 66, 79, 92, 112, 172, 186, 262; of outlaws, 37, 41, 50–1, 60, 75, 83, 89, 117, 125, 138, 148, 159, 163, 181, 183, 188, 194, 202, 215, 223, 228, 231, 234, 258, 264, 276, 284, 290, 316; released, 80; taken without warrant, 75; value of, App. C

Chaucer
-, James le, 40
-, John le (I), 180; (II) of St. Bartholomew's hospital, 685

Chaumbliz, see Chambly

Chauncy, Joseph de, treasurer of the exchequer, 786

Chauvent (Champvent)
-, Peter de, keeper of the king's arms, 138
-, William de, 465

Cheap ward, 65, 72, 101, 103, 128, 133, 147, 149, 171, 198, 241, 341, 468, 508; beadles of, 468

Cheapside (Forum, Westchep(e)), 24, 53, 104, 126, 128, 147, 179, 296

Chedworth (Cheddeworth), Alan de, 89

Chelmsford (Chelmereford), Amice daughter of Richard de, 523

Chendut(h), Agnes de, 174, 637

Chesewyke, see Chiswick

Cheshunt (Cesterhunte, Chestehunt),
-, Herts., 197; prioress & nuns of, 349, 564
-, John de (I), 75, 292, 503, 527; (II), 150
-, Richard de, 109

Chess, 48, 151

Chester (Cestr'): county, 116
-, Maud, widow of Hemming de, 145
-, Ralph de, 416, 765

Chesterfield (Cestfeud), Henry de, 37

Chests (boxes, coffers), 282, 498, 521

Chevendre, Roger de, 240

Chichester (Cycestre), bishop of, 18; dean & chapter of, 340

Child, Henry, 170

Chingfbrd (Chingeforde), John de, 91

Chirographs, 134, 501, 521

Chiswick (Chesewyke), Roger de, 217, 543

Chrishall (Cristenhalle), Essex, 53

Christchurch, Jordan de, 50

Christchurch Canterbury, prior & convent, 221

Chubbe (Chobbe), Walter, 284, 584

Churches in the king's gift, 299

Churchyards, see St. Dunstan in the West; St. Paul's

Cippenham, Bucks., 478

Cirencester, Thomas de, 169

Cissor, see Tailor

Civil pleas, 470–523 passim

Civil War, crimes in time of, 170, 287

Clapham (Clopham), Hugh de, 399, 767

Clare
-, Gilbert de, earl of Gloucester & Hertford, 17, 296, 357; household of, 189, 493
-, Richard de, 78
-, Thomas de, kt., 167, 230, 435, 481

Clere, Roger de, 316, 591

Clerk
-, Athelard the, 452
-, Christian the, 26
-, Ellis the, 118
-, German, without Aldgate, 527
-, Gwiot (Wyotus), 272, 346, 579, 726
-, Henry son of Stephen the, 187
-, Hugh le, 195
-, John le (the) (I), 54; (II), 499; (III), 196, 229, 647; (IV), 294, 664
-, Leo the, 258, 572
-, Michael the, 34
-, Osbert the, 143
-, Richard le (the) (I), 245, 564; (II), 263, 575
-, Robert le, 409
-, Roger the, 527
-, Simon le (I), 236; (II), 246, 565
-, William le, 252
-, William son of Robert le, 9

Clerkenwell (Clerkewelle) priory and nuns of, 505
-, Walter de, & Alice his wife, 87

Clerks: as witnesses, 488; not in frankpledge, 149, 192

Clerks, criminous: 18, 39, 55, 111, 116, 187, 256, 261, 264, 282; acquitted, 187, 256, 261, 282; convicted in secular court, 116, 264, 316; handed over to bishop, 39, 55, 116, 187, 264, ? 274, 282, 316, 479; outlawed, 149, 192

Cleve, Roger de, 209

Clifford, Roger de, the elder, 340

Clippers of coin, 11, 284, 309

Clive, Walter de, 227, 552

Clopham, see Clapham

Clopton
-, Robert de, 527
-, William de, 698

Cloth: 186; burel, 284; of gold & silk, 487; russet, 20; see also Assize of cloth

Clothing, 505; see also Brooches; Buckle; Dress; Girdle; Hood; Surcoats

Coal, 300

Cobbler, 141, 239

Cobham, John de, justice in eyre & justice of gaol delivery, 1, 146, 234, 243, 246, 249, 256, 265, 269, 583

Codeford (Godeford), Alexander (de), 267, 577

Cofferer, 214
-, Godfrey le, 209, 690
-, Henry le, 209
-, John le, 341, 468, 521
-, Richard le, 152

Coffers, see Chests

Coin, see Clippers of coin

Coiners, 309

Cokington, Henry de, kt., 481

Colchester (Colecestre)
-, Adam son of William de, 177
-, Gilbert de, tailor, 674; taverner, 279, 527
-, John de, 201; king's almoner, 340, 526

Cole, John, 294, 663

Coleman
-, Robert, 245, 564
-, Walter, 130

Coleman Street ward, 83, 170

Coleworth, see Culeworth

Cologne (Colon'), 147
-, Gocelin de, 11
-, Lambert de, 39

Combe, see Coumbes

Combray, see Cambrai

Compurgators, election of, 209; see also Law

Conduit (de Conductu)
-, Eleanor wife of Adam le Feroun, 292, 527
-, Ellis de, 292, 527
-, Thomas de, the elder, 292, 527
-, Thomas de, the younger, 292, 527

Conduit, the great, 228, 464

Conin, John, 667

Constable, see Dover castle; Tower of London

Contempt, 507

Convers, Nicholas le, 288, 306

Conyngham, see Coringham

Cook (Keu), 204, 214, 230, 250, 255
-, Ailward le, 99
-, Arnold the, 146
-, Christine widow of Robert the, of Fleet, & Estrilda her maid, 231
-, Master Geoffrey le, 214; & Thomas his servant, 541
-, Godman, 49
-, Henry le (the), 26, 48, 75
-, Hugh the, 230
-, James the, 252, 260, 573
-, John the, 49, 257
-, Lovekin the, 216
-, Nicholas, 239
-, Richard the, of Friday Street, 274, 581
-, Robert the, 266, 576
-, Roger the, 75
-, Simon, cook of a canon of St. Paul's, 255
-, Thomas le (I), 101; (II), 163
-, William the, 170, 239, 243

Corder, 149, 284
-, Roger le, 512, 714

Cordwainer (Corversarius), 114, 176, 222
-, Geoffrey le, 154
-, Gilbert le, 33
-, Henry le, 108
-, John le, 91, 102, 252, 602
-, Richard le, 134; Juliana his wife, 151
-, Robert le (I), 197; (II), 63, 266, 576
-, Stephen le, 351, 728
-, Thomas le, 142

Cordwainer ward, 35, 47, 56, 64, 131, 223, 238

Coringham (Conyngham), Robert de, 376, 743

Corn, 276, 313, 474

Corner (Cornere), 279
-, William de la, 292, 527; Master, 340
-, William le, 118, 616

Cornhill (Cornhull), 287–8; ward, 112, 185, 250, 495
-, Robert de (I), sheriff, 4, 86–98, 205–19, 541, 542, 544, 601, 603, 661; (II), his son, 4, 205, 654
-, Stephen de, draper, 221, 294, 458, 481, 547, 590, 663, 782

Cornmonger, Robert le, 36

Cornwall, Edmund (of Almain), earl of, 401, 481

Coroner's rolls, 37, 87, 222; see also Chamberlain, king's

Correour (Coureour), see Currier

Corteys (Cortois), see Curteys

Cosin (Cosyn), see Cusin

Cotiler, see Cutler

Coubely, John, 246

Coumbes (Co(u)mbe)
-, Thomas de, 236, 292, 527
-, Walter de, 48

Council, king's, 39, 484

County court, appeal in, 131

Coupere (Cuper), Richard le, 108, 228, 553, 610

Coureour, see Currier

Courts, see Bench; County; Curia Regis; Curia Romana; Husting

Courtyards, 91, 231, 256, 442

Covenants, 489, 492, 495, 501, 505

Coventry (Coventre), 23; prior of, 340, 526
-, Henry de, sheriff, 4, 54, 100–8, 130, 192, 237, 246, 249, 258, 289, 292, 316, 468, 496, 506, 509, 519, 529, 565–6, 589, 591
-, John de, 86, 287, 600
-, Robert de, 95
-, Roger de a), 204, 652; (II), 292, 527

Coverer, see Cuver

Cows, 82, 276; see also Oxen

Crakehall (Crakehale), John de, treasurer of the exchequer. 104

Crammok, Maurice, 170

Crane, York, 665

Cranley (Cranlegh), John de, 237

Crapsy (Crapfy), Master Ralph (alias Adam), 432, 772

Cray, see Creye

Crek
-, Geoffrey de, 152
-, Master William de, 257

Crepiner, Henry le, 249

Crepyn
-, Ralph, mayor's clerk, 523, 663 n. 12
-, Roger, 43

Crespyn, see Crispin

Crete, William, 275

Creton, William de, 127

Creye (Cray)
-, John de, 126
-, Peter de, 70

Criour (Crior), Martin le, 267, 491

Cripplegate ward, 72, 120, 155, 211, 212, 234, 454, 504

Crispes (Crispus), Nicholas, 183

Crispin (Crespyn), Aaron, a Jew, 446, 777

Cristemes, John, 250, 567

Cristemeson, Robert, 276

Cristehalle, see Chrishall

Crok, Roger, 685

Croll (Cryol), William, 62, 540

Cross (Cruce)
-, Hugh de, 227, 552
-, John de, 392
-, see also Attecross; Cruce Roes

Crosselin, Hugelot, 665

Crown & regalia, 300

Crown pleas, 6–290 passim; held without warrant, 305

Cruce Roes, John de, 249

Crul, Simon, 48

Cryol, see Croll

Cufrere, Agnes la, 177

Culeworth (Coleworth, Culesworth),
-, Richard de, justice of gaol delivery & constable of the Tower, 108, 112

Cullyng, Nicholas de, 200

Cuneyse, John le, 27

Cuper(e), see Coupere

Cups, gold & silver, 487; silver, 509

Curfew, 147, 500

Curia Regis, 152

Curia Romana, 498

Currier (Correour, Coureour), 214, 222, 468
-, Gilbert le, 249
-, Hugh le, 168, 635
-, Miles le, 249, 496
-, Nicholas le, 249
-, Richard le, 239
-, William le, 113

Curte, Nicholas, 294, 664

Curteney (Curtenay), Master Nicholas (de), 471, 488, 706, 708

Curteys (Corteys, Cortois)
-, Richard, 99, 292, 527, 605
-, Robert, 209, 294, 663

Cusin (Cosin)
-, Gilbert, 228
-, Peter, sheriff, 4, 243–5, 473, 481

Custody of prisoners: disputed, 98; pending pardon, 269; see also Imprisonment

Custom of the City, see Bail; First finder; Foreign warranty; Imprisonment; Inquests on corpses; Intrusion; Land; Neighbours; Sanctuary; Watch; Wills; Witnesses

Custom of the realm, 496

Customs, levied, 314

Customs & services, pleas of, 480, 483, 489, 495; claimed for busting, 483; covenant between parties, 489; parties agree, 480, 489

Cutler (Cotiler, etc.), 228
-, Peter le, 192, 258, 572
-, Ralph le, 209
-, Solomon le, 214, 222, 548, 662
-, William le, 742

Cut-purses, 20, 65

Cuver (Coverer, Cuverur)
-, Alexander le, 129
-, Hugh le, 168, 635
-, John le, 185, 584 n. 3
-, Richard le, 584
-, Simon le, 33
-, William le, 96

Cycestre, see Chichester

Cyphywast, Nicholas, kt., 481

Dagun, Robert, 34

Dakenes, Hubert de, 402

Damages: assessed, 471, 496, 519; claimed, 474, 483, 487–8, 491, 493, 495, 500, 505, 508–9, 511, 516

Damyas, see Amiens

Daniel
-, Richard, 236
-, Silvester, 16
-, Walter, 392

Davy, Robert, 53

Daythef, Agnes, 38

De, Bertram de la, 108

Debt, plea of, 474; recognizances of, 475, 486, 490, 497–8

Decore, Richard le, 128

Default: articles concerning, 331–2; of common summons, 340, 526, 528

Defence of the realm, 491

Deneman, John, 183, 642

Deodands: grant of, 221; loquendum concerning, 130; not declared, 133, 253; not found, 122; taken without warrant, 162, 184, 240; value of, App. D; valued falsely, 32, 40, 43, 54, 67, 91, 129–30, 155, 178, 212, 220

Deodatus (Theodore), see Willame

Depe
-, Arnold de, 292, 527
-, John de, alias John de Dere, & John his servant, 236, 279, 292, 527, 583
-, John de, mercer of Sopers Lane, 723

Deptford, Kent, 107

Derby (Derbi)
-, earl of, see Ferrers, Robert de
-, John de, 273
-, Richard de, 368
-, Robert de, alias Robert de Stroby, 159, 212, 656
-, Roger de (I), 13; (II), 294, 663
-, William de (I), 141; (II), 264

Dere, John de, see Depe, John de

Derkin, John, 116, 435

Despenser, Hugh le, justice of gaol delivery, 154, 163

Detinue: of charters, 510, 517; of chattels, 474

Deuben(e)y, Henry, 153, 625

Deusour, Richard, 292

Deveneys (Devenays), John de (le), 217, 543

Dibel (Dybel), William, 32, 37, 78

Dicer Lane (Dycereslane), 344

Dieulacres (Deulacres), Staffs., friar of, 521

Dikes, 392, 394

Dinton (Dynton), Gilbert de, 237

Dishes, silver, 487

Distaflane, see Maiden Lane

Distraint, 9, 182, 258, 328–9, 510; death arising from, 70; in Essex, 6, 18, 520; in Yorks., 9; of prior of Bermondsey, 116

Ditches, 155, 157; see also Houndsditch

Docking, Osbert de, alias Osbert de Kent, 230

Doctor, see Physician

Doget (Doket)
-, John, 292, 527
-, William, 292, 527; & Isabel his wife, 516

Dogs, 345

Doneden, John, 666

Donewyz, see Dunwich

Dongon, Ralph, 340

Donstable, see Dunstable

Donstre, see Dunster

Donyngham, Simon de, 236

Door-keeper: in eyre, 2; of a priory, 201

Doors, 134; purpresture before, 392

Dormur, Walter le, 88

Dorset: county & sheriff of, 493
-, Robert de, 292, 353, 527, 730

Douai (Douwai, Dowey)
-, Lotimus de, 664
-, Rykewin de, 294, 664

Dover, Kent, 115, 604; castle & constable, 203
-, Robert de, 159, 631

Dower, pleas of, 477–8, 482, 484, 515; essoin allowed in, 513

Dowgate (Douegate) ward, 124, 253, 481

Dragon, Richard, 288

Draper, 287, 296, 481, 501

Drawer (Drauer)
-, Fulkle.99, 605
-, Hamo (Hamond) le, 99, 605
-, Henry le, 99, 605

Dress, woman's, 519

Drinkwater, Roger, 316, 591

Drowning, 19, 34, 211; in a ditch, 155, 157; in a pit, 18; in a well, 191; in the Fleet, 161; in the Thames, 10, ? 12, 36, 46, 62, 71, 93, 114, 122, 124, 132, 139, 144, 160, 184, 196, 217, 220, 240, 246, 248, 251, 259

Dubbur (Dubur)
-, Henry le, 183, 642
-, Wakelinle, 16

Duket, Laurence son of Humphrey, 207

Dumowe, see Dunmow

Dun, William, 170

Duncon, Nicholas de, 77

Dunelm, see Durham

Dung, obstructs a lane, 443

Dunhache, William de, 275

Dunkan, Peter, 32

Dunmow (Dumowe), Essex, 511
-, Edith de, 14

Dunolm, see Durham

Dunstable (Donstable)
-, Hugh de, 175
-, Thomas de, 91

Dunster (Donestre), Andrew de, 198, 649

Dunton(e)
-, Alan de, 237
-, Gilbert de, 292, 527
-, Hugh de, 527, 693
-, William de, 527

Dunwich (Donewyz), Roger de, 58

Durant (Duraunt)
-, John, 209, 472, 485, 514, 669, 715
-, Reyner, 219

Durham (Dunelm, Dunolm): London house of bishop of, 521
-, Adam de, 238
-, Bartholomew de, 209, 519
-, Cicely widow of Jollan de, 209, 232, 511, 657
-, Jollan de, 209, 232, 511, 657
-, Peter de, 239
-, William de, sheriff, 4, 14–16, 18–35, 53, 136, 193–204, 212, 223, 230, 355, 363, 481, 522, 531, 650; ward of, see Bread Street ward

Dusse, Alan, 245, 564

Dyer, 209

Dygon (Dykon), Richard, 408, 761

Dyting, Geoffrey, 236

Ear, loss of an, 473

Easements of hospitality, 501

Eastcheap (Estchep), 99, 218
-, Thomas de (I), 288; (II), 682

Edelmeton, see Edmonton

Edelyre, John de, 665

Edeworth (Eddeworth, Edesworth), Stephen de, warden & chamberlain, 3, 202–3, 290, 519, 590, 728

Edith, a woman named, 124

Edmonton (Edelme(n)ton), Middx., 245, 279
-, John son of Robert de, 245, 564
-, Peter de, 91, 294, 663; ward of, see Castle Baynard ward
-, Thomas de, 109
-, William de, 208

Edmund, prince, son of Henry III, 208

Edrith, Roger & William, 36

Edward I (Lord Edward), 170, 208, 219, 293, 306, 309, 342, 470, 473, 476, 484, 521, 525, 567

Edwin (Edwyne), Reginald (alias Roger), 227, 552

Eggs, 275

Egrith, William, 34, 140, 288

Eleanor of Provence, queen of Henry III, 472, 485, 487, 495, 514

Eltham (Heltham), Thomas de, 96

Ely, William de, 135

Elylaund (Elilaund), John de, 288, 471, 488

Emeralds, 487

Emery, brother of Philip, parson of St. Mary Conyhop, 193

Enfield (Enefeld, Enefeud), Middx., 275, 279
-, Alice de, 19
-, Morkin de, 28
-, William de, 232, 239, 257, 560, 571

English (Anglie, Engleis, Englys)
-, Henry le, 36
-, Walter le, 181, 292, 503, 527, 640
-, William le, 250, 567

Erebourwe, Richer de, 16

Eriswell (Erwell), Geoffrey, son of Roger, 115

Escape from prison, 20, 37, 134, 257; allowed voluntarily, 289; article concerning, 316; confessions of, 204, 263, 316; from Aldgate, 153; from custody of sheriff of Middx., 280; from a house, 83, 204; from Newgate, 60, 62, 176, 208, 219, 257, 263, 316; sheriffs acquitted for, 316; see also Sanctuary, escapes from

Escheats, article concerning, 341; inquisition concerning, 75

Esert, Stephen le, 246

Eskirmeser, 260

Esperon (Esporon, Sporon), Thomas, chamberlain, 6–16, 18, 22, 73–6, 82–5

Espicer, Bartholomew le, 116, 360

Esprigonel (le Spigornel), Alexander, 213, 661

Essewell(e)
-, Roger de, & John his servant, 122
-, Walter de, 159

Essex: county, 42, 48, 92, 112, 493, 498, 511, 595, 657, 663, 702; sheriff of, 6, 18, 48, 520
-, Robert de, 209, 657
-, Walter de (? sheriff of Essex), 565, 747
-, William de, 279, 583
-, Wolmar de, 34, 63, 292, 527; ward of, see Billingsgate ward

Essoins, 513

Estbus, Gilbert de, 145

Estmor, Roger le, 292, 527

Eston, Hugh de, 428

Estrays (Estreis, Estreys)
-, Herman le, 220, 279, 429, 583
-, Maud le, 220
-, Walter son of Gerard le, 220

Estreat, see Exchequer

Esture (Sture), Robert de, 147, 487, 622

Eswy (Essewy, Assewy, Hassewy)
-, Joan, mother of Richard (II), 499
-, Richard (I), broker, 287; (II), draper, 294, 499, 517, 663, 709, 716
-, William, mercer, sheriff, 4, 50–62, 73–6, 83, 203, 316, 537–8, 591; ward of, see Coleman Street ward

Etewell, Robert, 133; see also Attewell

Ethelburg, Juliana de, 200

Eure (Euere)
-, Henry de, & Adam his servant, 279
-, John son of Robert de, 186, 644
-, Roger de, 209

Everard
-, Henry son of Peter, 478
-, Thomas, 33
-, Walter, 294, 663

Evesham, William de, 37

Evesk, see Bishop

Ewell, Richard de, sheriff, 4, 73–6, 89, 94, 100, 102, 104, 132, 148, 167, 169, 206, 294, 595, 596, 663; ward of, see Farringdon ward

Ewer, Walter le, 174

Examination by the justices, 18, 54, 70, 146

Exchange, king's, 311

Exchequer: estreat of the eyre, 525–786; goods handed to, 234; order of, 182; Pipe Rolls, App. E; presentation of measures at, 468; record of, 468; treasurer & barons of, 182, 345

Excommunication, 333

Exemie, Alice de, 427, 770

Exeter (Exepote, Exeport): diocese of, 111
-, Edmund de, 521
-, Richard de, 271, 578
-, Thomas de, 138
-, Walter de, 37

Extortion, articles concerning, 326–9

Eye (Eya)
-, Adam de, 208, 657
-, Philip de, 442

Eyre of Middlesex, (of 1273–4), 279–80

Eyres of London, 98
-, of 1244, 18, 52, App. A
-, of 1251, 2–3, 21, 295, 301, 321, 470, 503, 516
-, of 1276: articles of, 295–432, App. A; common summons & acquittance from 17, 340, 493; writ file, 74, 208

Eyt, Richard del, 700

Faggots, 220

Fairs, see Smithfield; Winchester

Falconel, Ingram, 294, 664

Falling sickness, 27, 30–1, 103, 215

Fanchirche, see St. Gabriel Fenchurch

Farnborough (Farenbergh), Roger de, 283

Farnham
-, Henry de, 468
-, Simon de, 292, 527

Farringdon ward, 31, 39, 41, 44, 67–8, 75, 89, 94, 100, 102, 104, 132, 137, 148,

Farringdon ward, continued 152, 167, 169, 194, 206, 212, 215, 239, 252, 342, 344, 346–54, 489, 500

Faukeham, William de, marshal of the king's household, 341

Faukes, Richard, 29; see also Fulk

Faversham, Kent, 20
-, Henry de, 209
-, William de, 26

Felice, a woman named, 89

Feltham, John de, 98

Ferar, see Ferrers

Ferebraz, Felice, 510

Ferol, Simon, 206, 634

Feroun (Ferun)
-, Adam le, & Eleanor de Conductu his wife, 292, 527
-, Henry le, 67
-, Stephen le, 222, 548
-, Walter le, 686

Ferrers (Ferar)
-, Robert de, earl of Derby, 340
-, William de, 296

Ferur
-, Bartholomew le, 46
-, Henry le, 75
-, Walter le, 225

Fethermonger, John le, 209

Fever, 143; treatment of, 257

Fevere (Feverer)
-, Alan le, 676
-, Geoffrey le, 284
-, Henry le, 236
-, Ralph le, sheriff, 527, 548, 556, 564, 579, 583, 605, 663, 673, 677, 683–4, 717, 738, 744, 752, 770–1
-, Richard le, 240, 562
-, William le, 245, 564
-, see also Smith

Fige, Henry (de), 227, 552

Fines, 287, 471, App. B

Finthard, see Fyntard

Fire in London, 296; prevention of, 344

First finder, custom concerning, 21

Fisherman, Peter the, 378

Fishing, unlawful, 339

Fishmonger (Pessoner), 159, 181, 209, 228, 273, 279
-, Germain le, 383, 746
-, William le, 48

Fishponds, 315

Fishtraps, 339

Fisicien, see Physician

fitz Mary, Joan, daughter of Simon, 84

fitz Otto, Hugh, warden, chamberlain & constable of the Tower, 3, 170, 204– 19, 300, 309

fitz Richard, William, mayor & sheriff, 3, 4, 22, 40, 178–81; his heir, 640; Amis, widow of, 440, 776; ward of, see Tower ward

fitz Thedmar, Arnald, 60, 220; ward of, see Billingsgate ward

fitz Thomas
-, Thomas, the elder, mayor & sheriff, 3, 4, 78–82, 102, 521, 597; ward of, see Queenhithe ward
-, Thomas, the younger, 294, 663

Flagons, silver, 487

Flaoner
-, Hugh le, 99
-, Thomas le, 287, 587
-, William le, 159, 287, 587

Fleet (Flete): stream, 231, 491, 533
-, Ellen de, wife of Andrew le Bell, 292, 527, & Walter her son, 500

Fleet bridge, 500

Fleet prison & soke, 300

Fleg (Flegh), Peter de (le), 93, 604

Fleming (Flemyng, Flandrensis)
-, Lambert le, 232
-, Michael brother of Albod the, 60

Flemish merchants, see Merchants

Florence, Italy, 219

Flos, Gerard de, 294, 664

Fokkelape, see Fukelape

Folesham, see Fulham

Folkmoot at St. Paul's, 209

Food, 505

Forain, William, 37

Forbo(u)r, see Furber

Ford (de la Ford(e), de Lafford)
-, Thomas, sheriff, 4, 142–54; Juliana his widow, 340, 526
-, Walter de la, 253, 473, 569

Foreign pleas, 493, 511

Foreign warranty, 477–8, 482, 484–5, 494, 502, 513–15; custom concerning, 484; of a minor, 470; of a queen, 472, 485, 514

Forester, Henry le, 127

Forests, 315

Forgery of money, 11

Formager, see Fromager

Forner, John le, 667

Forshort, 489

Fos..., Henry, 257

Fot, William, 309, 341

Foucher (Fucher), William, 235, 558

Framlingham (Framelyngham, Fremingham), Suffolk, 263, 575
-, Gilbert de, 118
-, Ralph de, justice in eyre, 1
-, William de, 262

Frank, Simon le, 30

Frankeleyn (Fraunkelein)
-, Alexander le, 276, 582
-, Henry, 284
-, Jordan le, 15
-, Richard, 80

Frankpledge: felons in, 185, 250, 258; persons not in, because: clerks, 149, 192; itinerant, 51; living in churchprecincts, 255; a minor, 158; strangers, 20–263 passim; vagrants, 61, 246; see also Mainpast

Fraunceys
-, Andrew le, 29
-, Isabel la, 258
-, John le, 183

Frebodi, Walter, 45, 536

Freman, Thomas le, 245, 564

Fremingham, see Framlingham

Fremund, Master William le, 207

Frere
-, John, 48, 91
-, Richard, 45, 536
-, Thomas, 243
-, William, 105

Fresang, Jakes de, 294, 663

Fresharing (Fresheryng)
-, Alexander, Margery his wife, & John their son, 95
-, Reginald, 48, 95

Fressenede, William, 666

Friars
-, Black Friars (Friars Preachers), 342
-, Grey Friars (Friars Minor), church of, 106, 263, 316; friar of Dieulacres, 521
-, Friars of the Sack (Friars of the Penitence of Jesus Christ), prior & brethren of, 472, 485, 514

Friday Street (Fridaistrate), 274
-, Hugh de, 223
-, Reginald de, 216, 358, 732
-, Master Robert de, 166, 292, 527, 634

Fromager (Formager, Furmager)
-, Ellisle, 392
-, Godfrey le, 468
-, Walter le, 185
-, William le, 185

Frome (From), John de, 316, 591

Pros (Frosh)
-, Geoffrey, 273, 580
-, William, 34

Frowyk (Frouwyk)
-, Henry de, sheriff, 4, 72, 120, 211, 234, 254–69, 286, 316, 434, 504, 520, 572, 574–6, 591; ward of, see Cripplegate ward
-, John son of Laurence de, 4, 6
-, Laurence de, sheriff, 4, 6–16, 39, 41, 44, 67–8; ward of, see Farringdon ward
-, Peter de, 116
-, Philip, 209
-, Reginald de, 294, 663
-, Walter de, 511

Fruter, 252
-, Eustace le, 49
-, Geoffrey le, 177, 639
-, Gregory le, 223
-, Jordan le, 668
-, Walter le, 152

Fuatard, John, 292, 527

Fucedame, Roger, 209

Fucher, see Foucher

Fugitives from justice: article concerning, 312

Fukelape (Fokkelape), Richard, 37, 533

Fulburn (Fuleburn), Stephen de, knight hospitaller, 306

Fulham (Fole(s)ham)
-, Mahekin de, 209
-, Walter de, 453

Fulk, Robert son of, 340, 528

Furber (Forbo(u)r, Furbur)
-, Geoffrey le, 228, 553
-, Gladwyn le, 222
-, Osbert le, & Beatrice his wife, 281
-, Peter le, 192, 214, 508, 655, 713

Furfeles, John de, 294, 664

Furmager, see Fromager

Fuster
-, Adam le, 21
-, Roger le, & Theobald his servant, 88

Fyntard (Finthard), Thomas, 260, 573

Gaddesden (Gatesden), John de (I), keeper of the queen's wardrobe, & Hawys de Nevill his wife, 495, 501; (II), 25

Galeys, see Waleys

Games, see Chess

Gandavo, Simon de, 473

Gandos, Adam de, 228

Ganter, see Gaunter

Gaol delivery, 55, 74–5, 230, 235–6; by jury, 152, 202–3, 243, 246, 256; by writ (or pardon), 6, 37, 108, 208, 219, 231; confirmed: by the justice, 243, 256, the mayor & aldermen, 55, 74, 152, the neighbourhood, 230; justices of, see Aguilon, William; Bigod, Hugh; Blund, Peter le; Boy land, Roger de; Broke, Laurence de; Cobham, John de; Culeworth, Richard de; Despenser, Hugh le; justices testify, 249, 269; pardon at instance of justice, 265; without warrant, 317

Gaol delivery rolls, 74, 94, 243, 256

Gardens, 18, 32, 232

Gardiner
-, Peter le, 101
-, Ralph le, 101
-, Thomas le, 156, 627
-, William le, 119, 618

Garsie, Arnato de, a Roman, 29, 531

Garskirke, see Gracechurch

Garst, John de, 37

Garzon, Adam le, 480

Gascony, Bartholomew of, 67

Gask, Otto de (alias Odyn de Gare), & Geoffrey his servant, 257, 571

Gates: of a house, 225; of the City, 322; with locks, 344

Gatesden(e), see Gaddesden

Gatham, see Gotham

Gaugi, John, 130

Gaundone, Thomas de, 284

Gaunt, 665
-, Abraham le, 665
-, Baldwin de, 114, 612
-, Bordin (Boydin) de, 294, 663
-, John de, 260
-, Simon de, 481

Gaunter (Ganter), 253, 279, 292
-, Haukin le, 127
-, John le, & Agnes his wife, 250, 567
-, Walter, 153

Gavelet, 483

Gayste, Roger de, 123

Geddingg(es), Geoffrey de, & William de, his brother, 294, 663

Gedenare, Abraham, 665

Gent, Cresse son of, 672

Geoffrey, Philip son of, 149

Gerard, Robert son of, 59

Geraudun, Arnald de, chamberlain, 5–16, 18, 22

Giffard, William, 299

Gilbert, Richard, 245, 564

Gille, William, 37

Girdle, silk, 511

Girdler (Gerdeler)
-, John le, 6
-, Luke le, 113
-, Robert le, 109

Gisburn (Giseburn), Adam de, 232

Gisors (Gysors, etc.)
-, Bruynde, 292, 527
-, Hugh de, 306
-, John de (I), chamberlain & mayor, 3, 19–54, 63–8, 72, 130, 159, 181, 628; wharf of, 130; (II), his son, 19, 24, 628
-, Peter de, chamberlain, 78–81, 86–124, 292, 380, 527, 600
-, Robert de, 527

Gloucester
-, earl of, see Clare, Gilbert de
-, Hugh de, 264, 500, 710
-, Philip de, 72, 594
-, Walter de, 216, 246, 565
-, William de, 155, 626

Goblet, silver, 284

Godale, see Godhale

Godard, Alan, 212

Godeford, see Codeford

Godewe, Simon, 15

Godewin, Master, 352, 729

Godewyn, William, 227, 552

Godfrey, John son of, 159

Godgrom, Simon, 132

Godhale (Godale), John (I), 27; (II), 95

Goding (Godingg)
-, Hugh & John, 245, 564
-, William (de), 245, 564

Godington, John de, 159, 631

Godinou, Walter, 15

Gofeir, Gerard & John, 702

Gold, 487; see also Brooches; Cups; Rings

Goldrik, John, 249

Goldsmith (Aurifaber, Orfevre), 58, 85, 109, 158, 272, 279, 284, 309, 502
-, Abel, 85
-, Edmund the, 212, 660
-, Hubert, 166
-, Hugh le, 260
-, Peter the, 95
-, Reginald the, 375, 743
-, Richard le, 171
-, Robert the, 137
-, Thomas the, of the Bridge, 279
-, William the, 99

Goldsmiths, control of craft, 491

Goldston, John, 245, 564

Goldweys, John de, & Edith his wife, 197

Golet, Gilbert, 16

Good Neighbour, a Roman, 232

Gorel, Maurice, & Maud his wife, 275

Gorger
-, Godfrey le, 219
-, Peter le, 134
-, Stephen le, 159, 631

Gorham (Goreham), Nicholas de, 252, 568

Gosewell, Albin & Robert de, 109

Gotele (Goteley)
-, Robert de, 510
-, Stephen de, 288

Gotham (Gatham)
-, Henry de, 49
-, Nicholas de, 260, 573

Gowiz (Gowys, Gouwyte)
-, Brian de, 296
-, Walter de, 294, 664

Goye, see Joie

Gracechurch (Garscherch, Garskirke etc.)
-, Adamde, 15
-, Austin de, 232
-, Giles de, 527
-, Philip de, 228
-, Robert de, 279, 427
-, Roger de, 292, 527
-, see also All Hallows Gracechurch; St. James Garlickhithe

Gracechurch Street, 300, 305

Grapefig (Gratefige)
-, Hugh le (I), 131, 438; (II), 686
-, Robert, 241, 452, 561, 705
-, William, sheriff, 4, 78–81, 597

Gras
-, Master John le, 104
-, Robert le, & Isabel his wife, 261

Gravesend
-, Dulcia de, 181
-, William son of Robert of, 160

Gray, see Grey

Greenford (Greneford), Henry de, 279, 413, 505

Greenwich (Grenewyz), Kent, 220
-, Alice de, 220
-, John de, 135

Grene, Henry de, 685

Grescherche, see Gracechurch

Grey (Gray)
-, John de (I), steward of the king's household, 146, 278, 287–8; (II), 249
-, Reginald de, 340
-, Roger de, 389

Grey Friars, see Friars

Greygrom
-, Nicholas, 527
-, William, 133

Greyhounds, see Dogs

Grimsby, Gilbert de, 204

Grosile (Grosyle), Warin, 245, 564

Gruyte, Baldewyn, 665

Guarinus, see Warin

Guilame (Gwilam), see Willame

Guildford (Guldeford), Surrey, 578

Guildhall (la Gildhall), 491

Gutters, 256, 357, 427–9, 463

Gylour, Geoffrey le, 94

Gynges
-, Ellisde, 30
-, John de, 221

Gypes, Geoffrey, 21

Gyrime, John, 665

Hache, John, 292

Hackney (Ageney, Haken(e)y), Middx., 245, 564
-, Alan son of Philip de, 245, 564
-, Benet de, 393, 752
-, Peter de, 699
-, Ralph de, chaplain (priest), 245
-, Robert de (I), 222, 548; (II), cutler, 228
-, William de, 103

Hadstock (Adestok, Hadestok)
-, Joan, daughter of William de, 499, 502
-, Robert de, 230, 555
-, Simon de, 30, 33, 37, 49, 223, 459, 506, 519; erroneously listed as sheriff, 4; ward of, see Queenhithe ward
-, William de, 220, 294, 499, 502, 517, 519, 622, 663; ward of, see Tower ward

Hak, Adam de, 99

Hakeborn, John de, 468

Hakeford (Aleford), Beatrice de, 292, 527

Haketon, Absolon de, 109

Hale, William del, 53

Hales, Thomas de, 48

Halistelle, Godfrey de, & John his son, 159

Haliwell, Middx., 245, 564; prioress of, 373, 378
-, Godfrey de, 150
-, Maud de, & Maud her niece, 221
-, Walter de, 130

Halle, John, 665

Hallingbury (Hallynber')
-, Geoffrey de, 24
-, Nicholas de (I), 22; (II), 183

Halstead (Halstede, Hastede)
-, James de, 183, 642
-, Philip de, 521
-, Thomas de, 50, 537

Halveclerk, Walter, 70

Hamelyn, William, sheriff of Warwickshire, 515

Hamiston, Peter de, 86

Hampshire (Suthf), 51, 87

Hampton, Roger de, 486

Hanche, Thomas, 276

Hand, cutting off of a, 285

Hanging of felons, 188, 309; article concerning, 335; convicted at Canterbury, 312, 341; convicted at Newgate, 41, 49, 94, 128, 154, 163, 197, 202; convicted in eyre, 98, 146, 276–7, 284

Hannington (Hanningthon, Hanyngton)
-, Alice de, 174
-, Richard de, 174, 637

Harang, Isabel, 470

Haraz, see Arras

Harbouring of felons: alleged, 284, 286; arrest for, 279; articles concerning, 312, 315; by a master, 205; by a sheriff, 289; confession of, 28; in a priory, 116; in mainpast, 111; in the City, 109; in St. Clement's Lane, 312; in the Temple, 75; in wards, 29–258 passim; verdict of, 289

Harcourt (Harecourt), Saer de, 152

Hardel (Herdel)
-, Avice, & Richard her servant, 292, 527
-, John (I), 292, 527;(II), 702
-, Laurence, wharf of, 246
-, Nicholas, 108
-, Ralph, mayor, 3
-, Roger, 412

Haring, Roger, 43

Haringeye (Harenges), see Hornsey

Harpur, William le, 179

Harrow (Berwes, Herwes, etc.)
-, Richard de (I), minor canon of St. Paul's, bishop's proctor, 39, 116, 187, 256, 261, 264, 282; (II), 274, 581
-, Stephen de, 359, 732
-, William de, 221

Hartfield (Herefeud, Hertfeld), John de, & Thomas & William his servants, 202, 650

Haselbech, William de, chamberlain, 55–62, 69–71

Haslingfield (Haselyngfeud), Robert de, 36

Hassewy, see Eswy

Hastede, see Halstead

Hat, steel, 508

Hatche, John, 228

Hatfield (Hattefeld), Herts., 156
-, Geoffrey de, 138

Hauberk, 508

Hautein (Hauteyn)
-, Robert, 465, 468, 724, 774
-, Stephen, 527

Hauvile (Huvil)
-, Henry de, alias Henry de Lynnhull, 284, 585
-, Simon de, 150

Haverhill (Haverhull)
-, Isabel de, 35
-, Margery de, 221

Havering (Haverynge)
-, Richard de, 364
-, William de, 13

Haversham (Haverham), William de, 174, 637

Hayes (la Haye), Middx., 58

Hayman, William, 183

Hayron, see Heyron

Hay ward, see Heyward

Heaumer
-, Robert le, 215
-, Simon le, 215

Hede (Hese)
-, John de, 227, 552
-, Thomas, 685

Hegge, see Attehegge

Helmet, 306; see also Hat, steel

Heltham, see Eltham

Hendon, Middx., 127, 552

Hengham, Ralph de, chief justice, 484; his clerk, see St. Victor, James de

Henley (Henly), William de, exchequer clerk 182

Henry I, king, 345

Henry III, king, 6, 17–18, 72, 138, 170, 176, 207–8, 218–19, 221, 231, 279, 287, 299, ? 300, 341–5, 474, 484, 493, 508, 511, 514, 519, 521

Henry, Nicholas son of, attorney, 472

Hens, 275

Herdel, see Hardel

Herefeud, see Hartfield

Hereford
-, Henry de, 292, 481, 527
-, Thomas de, 209
-, William de, 527

Herlauwe, see Hurly

Herlewyn, 588

Herlewyn, Nicholas, 696

Heron, see Heyron

Hert
-, Adam le, 91
-, William, 667

Hertfeld, see Hartfield

Hertford, 57, 88, 123, 565
-, earl of, 493; see also Clare, Gilbert de
-, Ellis de, 132, 350, 727
-, Siward de, 37
-, Walter de, 75
-, William de, 284, 584

Hervey (Herevy, Hervi)
-, Roger de, 362, 468, 735
-, Thomas, 685
-, Walter, mayor, sheriff & chamberlain, 3, 4, 133, 167–77, 193–204, 220, 221, 300, 468, 491, 508, 516, 636, 638, 646, 650; & Isabel his wife, 300

Herwes, see Harrow

Heryn, see Heyrin

Heryng
-, Richard, 46
-, Roger, 48

Hese, see Hede

Hewe
-, Walter le, 285
-, William, 292, 527

Hexham
-, Master John de, 257
-, Ranulphde, 257, 571
-, Master Semann de, 257, 571

Heymonger, Edmund le, 364

Heyrin (Heryn), Gerard de, 294, 664

Heyron (Hayron, He(i)ron, Heyroun)
-, Adam, 245, 564
-, John (I), 272, 579; (II), 294, 663
-, Paulin, 245, 564
-, Ralph, 132
-, Robert, 473, 527, 700
-, Thomas, 209
-, William, 60, 294, 490, 663

Heyward (Hayward), John (le), 212, 656

Hides, cargo of, 493

Hildersham (Hildringham), Isabel de, 149

Hocking (Ho(c)kyng)
-, Gilbert de, 231
-, Philip de, 231
-, Walter de, 493, 498

Hodding, Ralph, 479

Hoder(e), 183
-, Peter le, 183, 209, 642

Hodin, Robert, 271; see also Odyn

Hog (Hugge)
-, John, 222
-, William, 37, 533

Hoggelane (Hoggenelane), see Huggin Lane

Hoggenhore, Notekina, 119

Hoke, see Atte hoke

Holborn (Holebo(u)rne, Holeburn), Middx., 67
-, Salamon de, 665
-, William de (I), & Beatrice his wife, 68; (II), 181, 640

Holebod, Ralph de, 12

Holy Trinity: Norman prior of, 345; prior & canons of, 55, 298–9, 345, 383, 477, 521; see also Bordray, John de; Portsoken

Holy Trinity the Less, parish, 61, 138

Home, Hamo, 97

Homicide, 7–281 passim; by Jews, 308; in Middlesex, 127, 279; in Surrey, 98, 116, 275

Honecote, Roger de, 697

Honey Lane (Honilane), 72
-, Ellis of, 209
-, Gilbert de, 688
-, John de, 370

Hood, 74, 508

Hore, William le, 97

Hormade
-, Adam de, 88
-, Thomas de, 193

Horn
-, Edmund, 279, 421
-, John, sheriff, 4, 27, 73, 226, 232–48, 258, 270–90, 481, 522, 557, 582, 585–6; ward of, see Bridge ward
-, Martin, 265, 516
-, Nicholas, 279, 425, 769

Hornsey (Haringeye, etc.)
-, Maud de, 87
-, William de, 245, 564

Hors, Henry, & Cecily his wife, 163, 632

Horse-bite, 473

Horsemen, 24, 67, 345

Horsepol, John de, 256

Horses, 10, 67, 79, 144, 161, 178, 262, 276, 278, 284, 287–8, 471, 473; allegedly blind, 488; and carts, 45, 59, 227; king's, 146; unbroken, 227; valued, 511, App. D

Horse-trapper, 508

Horsham (Horsam), Robert de, 253, 569

Horton, John de, 75

Hosier, 214

Hospital, Gilbert of the, 14

Hospitality, 225, 495, 501

Hospitals in the king's gift, 298

Houndsditch (Hundesdiche, etc.), 45, 59
-, Avice (Alice) de, 756; & Richard her husband, 400
-, Geoffrey de, 629
-, Stephen de, 156, 627

Household (familia), 104, 207–8, 214, 225, 235; see also Mainpast

Houses, 91, 138; built to the nuisance, 417, 434, 457; burnt or demolished, 275, 280, 296

Hoxton (Hoxston), Herion de, 245, 564

Hue and cry, 147; custom concerning, 24

Hugge, see Hog

Huggin Lane (Hoggelane, Hoggenelane), 90, 442

Hulder, Robert le, 197

Hull, Robert de (del), 245, 564

Hund(e), Nicholas, 37, 533

Hungrie
-, Geoffrey son of John de, 189
-, John de, 85

Huntingdon, Roger de, 153

Huntingfield (Huntyngfeud), Agnes de, 221

Huppehaldestere, see Upholder

Hurer (Huyrer)
-, Alan le, 209
-, Walter son of Adam le, & Robert his brother, 266, 576
-, William le, 294, 663

Hurly (Herlauwe), Nicholas de, 25

Husting: annulment of wills in, 502, 517; appeals in, see Appeals; appeals remitted to, 120, 271; City's claim concerning civil pleas in, 483–4; justices in eyre hear plea in, 523; plaintiffs in eyre to sue in, 470, 484; plea quashed because not initiated in, 503; process concerning forshort in, 489; wife's renunciation in, 489

Hyde, Walter de la, 665

Hythe (Hithe, Huthe), 57
-, William, 275

Imprisonment: articles concerning, 318, 326; custom concerning, 134; hic cras, 70; for wounding in self-defence, 147; in a priory, 55; in houses, 83, 204, 316, 509; of an appellor for withdrawal, 144; of clerks, 314, 316; of a defendant in a plea of trespass, 519; plea of wrongful, 496; satisfaction for wrongful, 522; see also Custody of prisoners; Gaol delivery; Prisons; Suet de prison

Incitement to felony, 39, 70, 140, ? 214, 219, 249

Indictments, 77, 98, 264, 275–6, 278, 281–2, 284–8; in the Middlesex eyre, 280; referred to, 289

Infalisation, 203

Inkel, Roger, 12

Inquests on corpses: adjudged inadequate, 70; custom concerning, 21–2; failure to hold, 124; irregularities in, 132, 177; record of, not found, 18

Inquests or inquisitions held: by a justice in Kent, 146; by the mayor & citizens, 37, 75, 473, 521, 523

Insanity, 253

Intrusion, pleas of, 499, 504, 516; custom concerning, 516

Ipegrave, Thomas de, warden of the City, 3

Ireland, 580, 699
-, Alan de, 90
-, Miles de, 176, 638
-, Nicholas de, 78

Iron, 508

Ironmonger (Ismonger, Ysemangere),
-, John le a), 263, 575; (II), 591 n.

Ironmonger Lane (Ismongerelane), 81, 84
-, Adam de a), 266, 527, 576; (II), 287

Islington (Iseldon), Middx., 245

Ispinelli, see Spinelli

Italian merchants, see Merchants

Ive, Hugh de, 396

Iverne, Frank, 665

Jakeford, Laurence de, 128

Jewels, 487, 491, 509

Jewry, 146, 287–8

Jews: agreements made without licence, 296; cruelty of, 308; fine of, 551; goods & chattels of, 307, 336; homicide by 308; houses of, 296; purprestures of, 775–6

Joce
-, Richard, 272, 579
-, Thomas son of, 694

John, a boy named, 16

Joie (Goye), Henry, 107

Jointe, see Junte

Jolinet, king's clerk, 193

Jordan, Thomas son of, 222

Joun, Edmund, 488

Jovene (Jouen, le Juvin, Jonior)
-, John le (I), 51, 183; (II), 264; (III), 279
-, Robert le, 183
-, Roger le, 183
-, Solomon le, 246, 565
-, Thomas le, 70

Joynur, Ralph le, 37

Junte (Jointe), Donelin, 292, 527

Jur', Walter, 26

Jury & jurors: article concerning, 338; default of, 493; in inquests, 75, 473; licence to be tried by mayor & aldermen, 37, 70, 199, 222, 257; of twentyfour, 514, 523; of forty-two, 214, 233, 245, 249, 256, 261, 264; trial by, declined, 107; see also Trespass

Justices in eyre: in London, 1–2, 199, 222, 257, 470, 473, 484; party to a recognizance, 490; to visit Kent, 146; in Middx., 279

Justices of gaol delivery, see Gaol delivery

Karl', see Carlisle

Karon (Karroun), see Carron

Keddles, 339

Kedermenstre, see Kidderminster

Kelveden (Keleweden), William de, 209, 677

Kemefingg, Michael de, 384

Kemsing (Kemesyng), Stephen de, 198

Kendale, Hugh de, 471, 706

Kene, Lambert del, 667

Kenesherte, Alexander de, 118

Kensington (Kensingthon), Henry de, 181, 640

Kent: county, 694; sheriff of, 97, 107, 146, 510
-, Alice de, 274, 581
-, Henry de, 249
-, John de, 156, 627
-, Maud de, 268
-, Osbert de, alias Osbert de Docking, 230, 555 n.
-, William de, 116, 355, 468

Keu, see Cook

Keuter, William le, 174

Keylaston, Roger de, 235

Kidderminster (Kedermenstre), Robert de, 250, 294, 567, 663

Kilwardby, Robert, archbishop of Canterbury, 293, 476

King (Kyng)
-, Alexander le, 275
-, John le, 75, 291

King's chapel, yeomen of, 122

Kingsford (Kyngesfeld, Kynggeford),
-, Richard, 15, 530

Kingston
-, Richard de, 292, 527
-, Robert de, 39
-, William de, 165

Kirkstead, Lincs., abbot of, 340, 526

Kitchens, 141, 356, 501

Knight (Knith, Knyth), William, 102, 249, 607

Knives, 22, 26, 39, 48, 108, 133–4, 154, 156, 158, 189, 202, 230, 250, 260, 471

Kopherle, Robert de, 83

Kyse, Edmund, 245, 564

Kyvere, William le, 140