Index
A - K

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Francis Grainger & W.G. Collingwood (editors)

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1929

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'Index: A - K', Register & Records of Holm Cultram (1929), pp. 265-287. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=49551 Date accessed: 23 August 2014.


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[In this index are included a few corrections and notes; also (in brackets) the dates indicated in the text. Personal names are spelt as in the originals; place-names are given in their modern form, when known, to which the ancient forms are added. In personal names 'f.' stands for 'son' or 'daughter'; in the page-references 'f' (italic) means the following page. 'H. C.' signifies Holm Cultram.]

INDEX.

Abbey, Holm Cultram, church, 125, 128, 147, 151, 158, 176–189, 194, 199f., 254.
-, " Cowper, 159, 163, 172, 174.
-, " History, 117–163.
-, " House, 159, 163, 166.
-, " Mill, 126, 160, 166, 168.
-, " town, 166 172, 184, 216, 251, 256.

Abbots of Holm Cultram:—
-, " Borrodaile, Gawen (1537–38), 153–157.
-, " Carter, Thomas (1536–37), 155.
-, " Chamber, Robert (? 1489– 1519?), 150f.
-, " Curci, Wm. de (1215), 124, 133.
-, " Deveys, Matthew (1531–32), 153f.
-, " Everard (1150–92), 21, 34, 49, 52, 97, 120f.
-, " Gervase (1274–79), 7, 25, 87.
-, " Gilbert (1233–37), 76, 134.
-, " Gregory (1194–1214?), 121, 133.
-, " Gregory (1411 ?), 147, 149.
-, " Henry (1255–c. 1270), 14f., 38, 43, 88, 134.
-, " Ireby, Thomas (1532–36), 153f.
-, " John (1237–55), 124, 130, 134.
-, " Keldesik, Robert de (c. 1288– 1318), 12, 41, 58, 60, 81f., 88, 132, 134, 139, 146.
-, " Kendal, Adam de (1215–23), 7, 133f.
-, " Nicholson, John (c. 1525–27), 153.
-, " Pym, Robert (? c. 1420–30), 149.
-, " Radulph (1223), 11, 124, 134.
-, " Rawbankes, Robert de (1365– 79), 147.
-, " Rydekar, Wm. (c. 1434), 149.
-, " Southaik, Robert de (1351–65 ?), 146.
-, " Talkan, Thomas de (1330–36), 105, 142, 146, 148.
-, " William (to 1233), 134.
-, " York, Thomas (1450-after 1458), 32, 149.

Aberdeen, Abirden, bishopric, 105.

Acarsan or de Carsan, Robert, clerk of Dumfries (c. 1276), 58.

Acre, Elizabethan and statutory, 245.

Acredales or townfields of H.C., 116, 191, 244f., 259.

Aculph, bridge of, at Kirkbythore, 61; Aculfe tofts, 63.

Adam and Alan ff. Waldeve f. Gamell of Kirkbythore (1179), 62–65.

Adam, abbot, see Abbots, Kendal.
-, " Adam f. (c. 1200), 10.
-, " chaplain, Carlisle (c. 1250), 15.
-, " Elyas f., of Wigton (c. 1200), 44.
-, " f. Liulph of Kirkby thore (c. 1179), 62f., 65.
-, " parson [? of Wigton], (c. 1200), 44.
-, " f. Odard, of Newton, 69, 123.
-, " son of the Sheriff (c. 1200–10), 35. [Prescott, Wetherhal, p. 97, makes him son of Robert de Nuers.]

Adam, Thomas f., of Botcherby and his wife Emma f. H. de la Sale (1294), 16.

Adams, Henry, of London, engineer, 264.

Adamson, Richard, monk of H.C. (1538), 156f.

Adcock, Wm., vicar of H.C. (1576), 186.

Addamson of Cambridge, schoolmaster of H.C. (1581), 194, 252.

Addingham, Cumbd., 113.

Addison, C. W., curate of H.C. (1904), 189.
-, " steward of H.C. (from 1665), 219, 243.

Ademet, Adam, of Bromfield, 85.

Æthelfrith, king of Northumbria (593–617), 113.

Affenam, avenam or ofnume, an enclosure, 39, 42.

Africa or Affreka, f. Godred II of Man, m. John de Curci, and founded Gray abbey, 124.

Agistment, 168f.

Aglionby, Edward (1592), 173.

Agnus Dei, 157.

Agriculture in H.C., 244–248, 259–261.

Aguyllonby, A[dam] de (1295–1317), 46.

Aikbank, 'Aytebang' in Caldbeck, 77, 83.

Aikhead, Ayket, Aykehevid in Wigton, 43, 160f.

Aikshaw in H.C., 117; 'Aykesom,' 131.

Akegile, Aykegile in Flimby, 18f.; in Seaton, 24f.

Alan, Brian f., justice (1227), 84.
-, " chaplain of Glasgow (c. 1224), 53.
-, " de Caldbeck, see Caldbeck.
-, " Walter f., high steward of Scotland (1150), 92, 120.

Alanbye, John, monk of H.C. (1533), 154, 156f., 158, 186.

Alatri, Italy, 54.

Alayneby, Adam de (1278), 84.

Albemarle, William le Gros and Cecilia, earl and countess of, 20f., 96, 123.

Albemarle, Earl of [Wm. de Fortibus (c. 1212–41)], 118.

Aldelm or Aldelin, Wm. f., sheriff (1188–97) and justice (1190) 28.

Aldoth, Aldelathe in H.C., 80, 109, 116, 172, 190, 244, 256f.

Aldus (i.e. Ealdgyth) de Harrais, 32.

Alehouses, 214f.

Aleppo, Syria, 187.

Alexander II, king of Scots (1214–49), 51, 57, 128.
-, " III, king (1249–86), 94f.

Alexander III, pope (1159–81), 21, 52f., 97.
-, " IV, pope (1254–61), 53, 100f.

Allerdale, Alredale, 18, 95; forest, 21, 29, 46, 130f.

Allerdale, Alan f. Waldeve of, 25; and his son Waldeve, 91f., 118f.
-, " Gunnilda f. Waldeve of, m. Huctred of Galloway, 49.

Allonby, Alayneby, 70f., 160f.; seaport (1300), 132.

Allonby, William, of H.C. (1573), 169.

Alne, see Ellen.

Alneburch (Ellenborough), Richard de (1208–36); and Wm. f. Gillecrist de (c. 1235), 29–31.

Alnwick, 46.

Alred, Wm. f., at Greysouthen (c. 1190), 24.

Altaladi, co. Kirkcudbright, 56, 59.

Alverton (or Waverton?), Robt. de rector of Wigton (c. 1240–60), 72.
-, " Henry de, monk of H.C. (1302), 147.

Alwyn, Herbert, vicar of Ch. Ch. Silloth, (1893–1900), 190.

Alyndene, Richard de (1299), 132.

Amabilis, see Broy.

Anagni in Italy, 101.

Anderson, Isaac, schoolmaster at H.C. (1703), 182, 254.
-, " John, curate of H.C. (1750), 188.
-, " Robert (1651), 218.

Angerton, in Arlosh, 117, 172, 174, 248, 251.

Anglian settlement in Cumberland, 113f.

Angrygill in H.C., 206.

Anketill or Aschetill, Richard f. (1190) and his heir John, 28; and W. his brother (c. 1200), 44.

Annandale, 122; and see Brus.

Antrepot, Eyntrepot on the Waver, 28, 73.

Appleby, 64, 167; castle, 63, 120.

Appleby, Adam de, Official of Carlisle (1311–21), 141; parson of Caldbeck (1330), 143.

Arbigland (in Galloway), Thomas de (c. 1280–90), 48, 58, 88.

Archer, Henry le, of Hartlepool (13 cent.), 44.
-, " Patrick le, a Scot (1292), 60.

Arcleby, Alan de, senior (1332), 45.

Arder, Adam de, of Galloway (13 cent.), 51.

Arderne, John de, monk of H.C. (1319–20), 139, 148.
-, " Thomas de, at H.C. (1309), 139.

Arfin, 'Arplyn,' David f. John, provost of Dumfries (1288), 58.

Argenton, Richard de, King's seneschal (1227), 75.

Arke, Michael f. (c. 1190), 24.

Arkylecroft in Setmurthy, 42.

Arlosh, Arlosk, 21, 95, 115f., 136; and see Newton.

Arnald, Adam f. (after 1150), 29.
-, " of Kirkbythore (1179) and his son Gilbert, 62, 66f.

Arundel, Roger, justice (1190), 28.

Ashton, Rev. Philip, of Carlisle, 252.
-, " Richard (1573), 167.

Ashworth, Arthur, vicar of H.C. (1865–75), 188f.

Askew, of H.C. 152; John Askew Hole, 168.
-, " Hugh (1586), 195f., 200; of Sevill (1614–30), 225, 229, 236.
-, " Henry (1637), 232f.
-, " John (1637), 233.

Asmunderlaw, see Osmotherley.

Aspatria, Aspatric, 23f., 125, 160f.
-, " monuments and tumulus, 114f.

Aspatrik, Thomas de, monk of H.C. (1302), 147.

Astin, Robert f., of Burgh-by-Sands, 3.

Athelwold or Adeulf, Edwald, etc., bishop of Carlisle (1133–56), 68, 92, 119.

Atkinson, Wm., Carlisle (1695), 68.

Atye, Sir Arthur, of Kilburn, farmer of tithes, H.C. (1595–1604), 192, 196–201, 223; his wife Judith, 201; and heir Lancelot, 200.

Auchencork, co. Kirkcudbright, 5659.

Auchenhay and Auchinskeoch in Colvend, 89.

Auchenloch, 'Locancur,' in Colvend, 89.

Austin, Edward, of Brownrigg (1684), 219.
-, " George, of Saltcoats (1592), 175.
-, " John (1573), 171.
-, " Thomas (1630), 224.
-, " Wm., blind pauper (1664), 235.

Austineflat in Dundraw, 71.

Avelin, Robert f., Dumfries (c. 1280), 59.

Avignon, the pope at, 97, 102, 144.

Ayketun, Fabian and Richard de (c. 1208), 6.

Aylef, Eilaf or Illiu (i.e. Illiv), Robert f., of Rudchester, 37f.
-, " Symon f., and Agnes his wife, 37f.

Badge for paupers (1700), 236.

Badgers of salt, 249.

Bailey, Mr. J. B., of Maryport quoted 110.

Bain, John (1604), 199.

Baithscales [?] near Allonby, 70.

Baker, Geoffrey the, Carlisle, 14.
-, " John the, Carlisle (c. 1200), 12.
-, " Robert the, Burgh-by-Sands (c. 1230), 8.

Baldwin, abp. of Canterbury (118490), 74f.

Balladoyle in H.C., 222, 258.

Ballantine, Sir John, of Crookdake (1675), 226f.

Balliol, Eustace (I) f. Ingelram de (1244), 49f., 57.
-, " Eustace (II), sheriff and crusader (1266), 50, 71.

Balliol, Ingelram f. Bernard de (1228), 49.
-, " Ingelram f. Eustace de (died 1299), 49.
-, " John de, lord of Galloway (1291), 60; King John, 132, 134.
-, " King Edward, 146.

Baltinglas, Balkinglas, co. Wicklow, 98.

Bampton, Geoffrey de, monk of H.C. (1294), 132.
-, " Walter de (1278), 84; (1292), 93.

Bancke, Robert, monk of H.C. (1538), 156f.

Bank Mill (?), 'Frankhill' in H.C., 174.

Bankers, Italian (c. 1294), 86, 103, 128.

Bankes, Sir John (1637), 216.

Barbey, co. Kirkcudbright, 49.

Bardsley, John, vicar of St. Cuthbert's, H.C. (to 1920), 189.

Barez, Molpatrick f., I. of Man (c. 1230), 94.

Barfold in H.C., 206.

Barhouse in H.C., 230.

Barker, Wm., curate of H.C. (1797– 1809), 188, 236.

Barn, John, of Lees (1736), 237.

Barne, i.e., junior, 69.

Barne, John, a Quaker (1682), 250.
-, " Richard (1651), 218.

Barnes, Anthony, of H.C. (1637), 232f.
-, " John, of Dockray (1745), 237.
-, " John, of H.C. (1604), 201.
-, " Joseph, of Fermary Cowper (1686–94), and Mary and son Thomas, 237, 239.
-, " Joseph, of H.C. (1784), 202.
-, " Joseph, of Wolsty Close (1801), 237, 259f.
-, " Joseph, of Wolsty Close (1870), 238.
-, " Mr. R. of Wolsty (1840–51), 203f.
-, " Richard, bp. of Carlisle (1570– 77), 167, 186.
-, " Richard, clerk of H.C. (1571), 205; (1573). 169.

Barnes, Richard, of Wolsty Close (1775), 237.
-, " Thomas, of H.C. (1749), 184.

Barnestache, Bernestake in Kirkbythore, 61, 63.

Barri, Radulph de, prior of Carlisle (1231–47), 6f., 77f.

Barton, Robert de (1325), 142.

Barwis, John, of Lowsey (1718–36), 182, 237.
-, " Ostle, of Nook (1795), 237.
-, " Richard, of Edderside (1721), 237.
-, " Robert, accused of killing Robert Chamber (before 1600), 243.
-, " Robert (1538), 191.
-, " Thomas, of Dubmill (1742), 237.
-, " Thomas, of New Cowper (1727– 48), 237.

Barwise, Anthony (1573), 167.
-, " Jeremiah, of Nook (1784), 203.
-, " Osmotherley, of Mawbray (1784), 203.
-, " Richard, of Edderside (1810), 237.

Barwys, Richard, seneschal of H.C. (1535), 161.

Barwyse, Robert, of Southerfield (1604), 198f.

Basin, geological, of Carlisle, 107.

Basket, Richard, of Burgh-by-Sands (c. 1230), 1, 9.

Bassenthwaite, 96.

Bastenthwait, Sir Alex. de (c. 1290– 1327) and family, 16, 96, 123.

Batisforde, John de, justice (1294), 12.

Bath and Wells, bishops of, 77, 103.

Bathepot in Colvend, 88.

Batman, John, of Burgh-by-Sands (1280), 9.

Bayes in H.C., 212, 231.

Baynes, Henry, mayor of Carlisle (1604), 200.

Baumburgh, Richard de, of Hartlepool (1301), 44.

Baxter, Rev. William, vicar of H.C. (from 1905), 189.

Beacons (11 cent.), 115; (16 cent.), 175.

Beaulieu, Bello Loco, Hugh de, bp. of Carlisle (1218–23), 133.

Beckfoot, H.C., 162, 169, 251, 257f; abbey relics, 159; Roman fort, 109–112.

Beckwith, Robert, shot Mrs. Chamber (1586), 243.

Bede, the Venerable, quoted, 113.

Bedesmen, 161; Bedehouse, 166f., 217.

Bell, John (1604), 198f., of Blackdyke (1631), 214.
-, " Mr. B., of Mawbray, 251.
-, " Mr. G. J., county surveyor, 263.
-, " Peter, of H.C. (1649), 166.

Belle, Wm., of Allonby (1262), 71.

Bellinzonis, Rayner, Italian merchant (1294), 86, 103.

Bello Campo, Thomas de (c. 1227), 78.

Bello Loco, see Beaulieu.

Bells of H.C., 149, 158, 180; bell greese, 180f.

Benches from H.C., 159.

Benedict XI, pope (1303–5), 101f.
-, " XIII, pope, Peter de Luna (deposed 1417, died 1424), 90.
-, " priest, Walter f., and Agnes his wife (c. 1242), 81.

Benedictus, Bartholomew, of Newcastle (1237), 39.

Benefits of the abbey, 77.

Benger (Northumberland ?), 130.

Benson, Ann, widow, her house (1721), 240.
-, " of Greyson House (1697), 240.
-, " Richard, of Dubmill (1573), 168.
-, " Robert, salt badger (1699), 249.
-, " Thomas, of H.C. (before 1581), 245.

Bereford (i.e. Barford), Robert f. Waldeve de (1202), 63.
-, " Waldeve de, and his dau. Amabilis, m. de Broy (1202), 62f., 65f., 79.

Berkeley, Berckeley, Walter de, chamberlain to William the Lion (c. 1171–90), 49f., 51, 53, 57.

Bernard of Ragusa, bp. of Carlisle (1204–14), 4f., 7, 68.

Bernolfkeld, spring of Bernulph, Kirkbythore, 61, 66.

Bertram, Roger, justice (1227–35), 76, 84.

Berwick, Berwyk, 57.

Berwyk, John de, the bp. of Glasgow's clerk (1329), 56.

Bewcastle, Bothecastle, Bothecaster, 45, 103, 146.

Bewley, Mungo, of Carlisle, a Quaker; his son George m. Stordy, 250.

Bigland, Thomas (1718), 231.

Biglands, John of H.C. (1604), 201.
-, " John, of Saltcoats (1821–36), 237.
-, " Wm., a pauper (1672), 235.

Bigot, Roger, earl of Norfolk (1194), 72.

Billington, John de, monk of H.C, (1317), 148.

Birkeheved at Colvend, 89.

Blackwell, Blackayll, Cumbd., 139.

Blareguke, co. Kirkcudbright, 50.

Blawath, near Rainpatrick, 36.

Blencogo, Blencoggou, 39, 72f., 80, 123, 127, 131, 160f.

Blencogo, Adam de, and his son Richard (after 1150), 29.
-, " Adam f. Adam f. Ketill de (c. 1200), 39f.

Blenerhasset, Wm., sheriff of Cumbd. (1676–78), 1.

Blennerhasset, 120.

Blindcrake, Blencraic, etc., 41, 127, 160f.

Blithman, Wm. (1538), 156.

Blitterlees, Blatterlees, etc. in H.C., 116, 168, 172, 174, 191, 206, 213f.

Boak, Thomas, vicar of H.C. (1730–66) and family, 184, 188, 255f.

Bochardebi, Wm. de (c. 1204), 6.

Boelewinin (now Falgunzeon), co. Kirkcudbright, 50.

Bohun, Humphrey de (1305), 26.

Bois, Boys, Richard del, of Annandale (c. 1190–1210), 35f.

Boldene, Adam de, the bp. of Glasgow's clerk (1329), 56.

Bolteby, Adam de, of Tindale (c. 1280), 39.

Bolton, Bothilton, in Allerdale, 78, 145.

Bolton, 'Bothinton,' in Westmorland, 64.

Bolton, John de, rector of Hutton-inthe-Forest (1262), 71.

Bolton, Mr., preached at H.C. (1671), 242.

Bonagwyde, Jos[e]phus, Italian merchant (c. 1294), 86.

Bone, Wm., vicar of St. Paul's, H.C. (1860–65), 189.

Bonekil, Bonkil, Alex. de, at Gilcrux, 41.
-, " Robert de, 41.
-, " Thomas f. Robert, 30, 41.
-, " Walter f. Robert, of Gilcrux (c. 1240–56), 29f., 40f.

Boniface VIII, pope (1294–1303), 86, 101f.

Bonioni, Thomas (1312), 139.

Bonum, a gift asked, 48.

Books from H.C. abbey, 150; of abbey church, 176f., 180f., 183f.

Boon days and boons, 171, 239f., 247.

Border near Sevill, 248.

Border, the Scottish, 118, 176. Border service, 172–175, 245.

Borrodaile, Borrowdale, etc., Gawen, abbot of H.C. (1537–8), 153– 157, 186, 190, 192.
-, " John (1554), 192.
-, " Mr. T. S., 186.

Borrowdell, Borrowdale, John, of Southerfield (1573–75), 167, 169, 241, 246.

Bosco, Sir Umfrid de (1294), 37.

Boston, St. Botolph's town, Lincs., 90f., 128.

Botcherby, Bochardby, near Carlisle, 16.

Bothel, Bothil, Botyl, Cumbd., 6, 55.

Bothil, J. de (1317), 46.

Bothilton (Bolton), Alex. de, mayor of Carlisle (1280), 14.
-, " John de, of Carlisle (c. 1200), 4, 12.

Bouir, Wm. de, monk of H.C. (1294), 132.

Bound sucken or sunken, 210, 213.

Bowis, John de, Official of Carlisle (1294), 12.

Bowland beck, Caldbeck, 106.

Bowman, Isaac, vicar of St. Cuthbert's, H.C. (1847–52), 188f.

Bowness-on-Solway, 9, 107f., 160.f church, 6, 9, 29.

Boxley abbey, Vallum Dei, Kent, 98.

Boyd, Mr. J. Campbell, engineer, 264.

Boyle, Michael, of Mawbray (1843), 251.

Boyville, Ada, widow of Ranulph de, of Levington (died 1271), 42.
-, " Adam f. Henry f. Arthur de, 30.
-, " Arthur de, of Millom (c. 1150– 82), 30.
-, " Godard de, m. Matildis (before 1152), 30.
-, " Gunilda f. Henry de, m. Henry f. Wm., 30f., 32.
-, " Henry f. Arthur de, m. Godith (and died c. 1210), 30f.
-, " Isabel, m. Gilbert f. Patrick de Southaik, 19.
-, " Johanna f. Adam de, m. John de Hudleston and R. de Lathom, 30f.
-, " Robert de (1317), 46.
-, " Sir William de (1292), 93.
-, " Sir Wydo de (1251–56), 32.
-, " William f. Henry de, 30f.

Bracanhirst, le, at Colvend, 88.

Brackenrigg in H.C., 163.

Braddel, Edward, receiver general (1573), 167.

Brademore near Edenhall, 17.

Bradford, Captain Wm. (1651), 218.

Bradfot, Henry and Alexander ff. Henry, and Reginald, of Carlisle (c. 1200), 11f.
-, " Nicholas f. Henry (c. 1200), 12.

Brampton, Wm. de, clerk (1294), 102.

Bramwra, Brawmerey, near Penrith, 17f., 85f., 127, 160.

Brandesdic in Flimby, 19.

Bransty beck, Whitehaven, 32.

Brayton fibula, 114.

Brechin, bishopric of, 105.

Breton, Richer and Robert le, of Edenhall (c. 1250), 17.

Bretteby (i.e. Birkby), Wm. de, and Matildis his wife (1297), 41.

Bricius de Penrith or de Bramwra (c. 1230–60), 17f., 78, 85, 127.

Bridekirk, Cumbd., 115, 136.

Bridges: Aculf's and wooden bridge at Kirkbythore, 61.
-, " Fullebrigge and Trebrigge (wooden bridge) at Kirkbythore, 63.
-, " Carton bridge, Kirkgunzeon, 49f.
-, " in H.C. 170, 184, 212, 214, 223, 229–232.

Bridges, Wm., vicar of St. Cuthbert's, H.C. (1872), 189.

Bridkirk, John de, rector of Stanhope (1349), 147.
-, " Thomas, rector of 'Stanhoe,' 147.

Bridoch, widow of Durand f. Christian (c. 1230–40), 57.

Briewere, Wm., justice (1215), 76.

Brigham, near Cockermouth, 115.

Brimselmire in H.C., 130.

Brisco, Ann, (1667), 243.
-, " John, of H.C. (1573), 167f., 169; his meadow (1575), 206.
-, " John, farmer of tithes, H.C. (1749), 184.
-, " Wm., deputy bailiff and steward of H.C., 204f., 223, 233, 250, 253.

Brisekirk (? Bridekirk), Robert de, or dean of (c. 1235), 29.

Brockholes in H.C., 206.

Brocklebank, Brockholebank, 46f.

Brocklegill, Brocholegile, Caldbeck, 77, 106.

Bromfield, Brumfeld, Brunfeld, Brunfeud, 79–85, 115, 126, 160f.
-, " church, Michael and Thomas, rectors, 84.
-, " curia, St. Mungo's castle, 84.
-, " grammar school, 254.

Bromleigh, Gilbert de, king's clerk (1314), 140.

Bromley, Edward (1614), 229.

Bronewra (? Brunshaw) in H.C., 131.

Bronze relics from H.C., 109.

Broue, on le Gile called Tauenaherothery, co. Kirkcudbright, 89.

Brough-under-Stainmoor, church, 140.

Broughton, Brocton moor, West Cumbd., 20, 23, 126.

Brown, Rev. John, of Silloth (1919), 252.

Browne, Thomas, monk of H.C. (1538), 156f.

Brownrigg, Brounrigg, Brunerigg in Caldbeck, 27.

Brownrigg in H.C., 116, 159, 171f., 174, 191, 210f., 214.

Broy, Robert de, of Kirkbythore, and his wife Amabilis f. Waldeve de Barford (c. 1179), 61–63, 65–67, 79.
-, " Thomas f. Robert de, 62, 67.

Bruce, Dr. J. Collingwood, quoted, 112.

Brumfeld, Brunfeld, Bromfield, Adam f. Thomas de (c. 1190–1240), 73, 79f., 81f.
-, " Agnes de (1278), 85.
-, " Alan f. Henry de (1278), 80f., 84f.
-, " Henry f. Thomas de (1227), 80f., 84.
-, " Hugh f. Alan de (1292–1332), 23, 45f., 71, 80–82.
-, " Thomas de, and Agnes his wife (c. 1200), 5f., 69, 80.
-, " Thomas f. Thomas de, 80.
-, " Wm. de, monk of H.C. (1319), 141.
-, " Wm. de (dead in 1362) and his will, 45, 147.

Brune, Patrick (1262), 71; and see Ferté.

Brunerigg and Little Brunerigg in Burgh-by-Sands, 3.

Brus, Bruce, Adam f. Robert de, of Skelton in Cleveland, 34.
-, " Edward de, lord of Galloway (1308–18), 55.
-, " Hugh de, clerk (c. 1200), 36.
-, " Robert de, earl of Carrick, 35, 37.
-, " Robert f. Robert le Meschin, m. Isabel f. William the Lion (and died 1191), 34f.
-, " Robert le Meschin de (died 1194), and Euphemia his wife, 34, 43, 121f.

Brus, Robert the Competitor (121094), m. Christiana de Ireby, 35, 37, 60, 123.
-, " Robert the King (1306–29), 35, 55, 141f.
-, " Robert the Noble de, m. Isabel f. David earl of Huntingdon (and died c. 1251), 34, 36.
-, " William, f. Robert le Meschin, m. Christiana (and died 1215), 34f., 36.

Buche, Bouche, Sir Alan (1200–40) and his dau. Agnes, m. Walter de Crokedake, 6, 27, 80f., 82.
-, " Richard (c. 1242), 81.

Buittle, Bothel, Botyl, co. Kirkcudbright, 55.

Bulling, Alan, of Bromfield (1227), 84.

Burchan in Blencogo, 72.

Burgh-by-Sands, church of St. Michael and vicars, 1–9, 99, 123, 141, 144, 161, 170.
-, " death of Edward I (July 7, 1307), 139.
-, " fishery, 2, 7.
-, " land held by H.C., 1–9, 127, 160f.
-, " mill, 9.
-, " Roman Wall, 108.
-, " towers, 8, 137f.

Burgh, Richard de, earl of Ulster, 95f., 97, 122.
-, " R. f. R. de (1317), 46.

Burghley, Wm. Cecil lord, 173.

Burgo, Hubert de, earl of Kent, 75, 77.
-, " Radulph de, monk of H.C. (1294), 132.
-, " Walter de, of Dumfries (c. 1280), 59.

Burials at H.C. abbey, 123.

Burneyeats, Richard, the carrier (1679), 242.

Burning of abbey church H.C. (1604), 179, 199.

Burning meadow in H.C., 232.

Bursted in Burgh-by-Sands, 3.

Burton, Wm., lord of the manor of H.C. (1730) and family, 183, 220.

Butcher, Carnifex, Nicholas the, Dumfries (c, 1280), 59.
-, " Peter the, Carlisle (c. 1212), 13.

Buttes at Burgh-by-Sands, 8.

Bydun, Walter de, chancellor to David I (1150), 92.

Byland, Bella Landa, abbey and abbots, 102, 120, 153.

Byris, Biris, Wm. de, monk of H.C. (1314–17), 148.

Byron, Sir Nicholas, governor of Carlisle (1640), 175.

Cæsar, Sir Julius (1614), 229.

Cairns as boundary marks, 89.

Caithness bishopric, 105.

Caldbeck, Caldebek, Kaldebek, 27f., 83, 106, 126, 160f.; church, 143, 160. The stream of, 83, 106.

Caldbeck, Alan f. Alan de (c. 1228-38), 27.
-, " Alan f. Henry de, 27.
-, " Waldeve f. Waldeve de, 27f.
-, " Wm. f. Patrick de (c. 1230–40), 27.

Calder abbey and abbots, 7, 41, 127.

Caldew, Caldeu, Cauter, Kaldeu river, 46f., 74, 77, 83, 130, 138.

Caldewgate, Carlisle, 14f.

Calvo, Calfhow, 'Culshaw,' in H.C., 116, 160, 162, 168, 172, 191, 217.

Calivers, 173.

Cambhow (Cambo), Sir John de, sheriff of Northd. (1303), 87.

Camerton, Camberton, 18–20; Church, 19, 23, 159, 161, 170.

Camerton, Alan de (c. 1190), 24.
-, " John f. Alan de, 24. John de (1251–56), 32.

Can, Sir Duncan f. [Mac Can] (c. 1280) 58.

Candida Casa, Whithorn, bishopric, 105; foundation, 163.
-, " Christian, bp. of (1154–86), 47– 50, 54, 123, 166.
-, " Gilbert, bp. of (1235–53), 47.
-, " John, archdeacon of (1222), 53f.
-, " Michael, archdeacon of (c. 1240– 50), 47.

Candida Casa, Walter, bp. of, 51, 53.

Capella, Henry de (1227), 75; and see William, rector of Lowther.

Carepoll, Carpol, co. Kirkcudbright, 56, 59.

Carey, Mr. Thomas, of Maryport, 110.

Carham, Carnham, Northd., 114.

Carlaton, Karlaton, Robert de (1225– 47), 29, 31.

Carlaverock, Karlaveroc, Dumfriesshire, 52f., 98, 122, 133.

Carleton near Carlisle, 119.

Carliolo, Karliolo (Carlisle), Henry f. Wm. de, his wife Gunilda (c. 1200), his brother Sir Adam (i.e. a clerk) and his nephew Adam f. Richard (c. 1246), 4, 13.
-, " Henry de, mayor of Newcastle (1253), 38, 88.
-, " Hildred de, 34.
-, " Nicholas f. Thomas de, of Newcastle (1293), 87f.
-, " Reginald de, of Newby (c. 1210), 10f.

Carlisle, Cardoyl, Carleil, Kardull, Lugubalia, 25, 28, 46, 60, 72– 74, 83f., 113f., 123, 127, 133, 138, 144, 155, 160f.
-, " bushel, 192, 200f. (See also C. & W. Trans. O.S. viii, 269ff).
-, " castle, 13.
-, " cemetery of St. Mary's, 12f., 15.
-, " Consistory Court (1604), 201.
-, " Fair, 8, 11, 13, 27.
-, " income of priory and archdeaconry (1294–96), 102–104.
-, " mayors and provosts, 13f.
-, " museum, 110.
-, " priory and priors, 6f., 11, 15, 18, 20f., 24, 26, 47, 77f., 102– 104, 123, 129, 140, 143, 150, 160f.
-, " tenements of H.C. abbey, 4, 12–16; destroyed by fire, 102f.

Carmelites in London, 102.

Carnarvon, Karnarvan, 139.

Carpenter, Richard the, of Carlisle (c. 1250) and Matillidis his wife, 15. See also White.

Carr, G. T., congregational minister (1908), 252.

'Carreyne,' John earl of [? John de Warrenne, earl of Surrey], (1292), 60.

Carter, Thomas, abbot of H.C. (1536–37), 155.
-, " or Porter, John, salt badger (1699), 249.

Carton bridge, co. Kirkcudbright, 49.

Carts, medieval, 39, 42, 96, 133.

Castelcayrok, Castlecarrock, Sir Richard de (c. 1250–75), 11, 14, 71.

Castelrig in Kirkbythore, 63. Little Castelrig, 65.

Castelwerke, 18, 20, 74.

Castle hill in H.C., 174 (and see 121).

Castre, Sir John de, sheriff, m. Isabel de Multon (and died 1324), 3, 46.

Cathedraticum, 137.

Cattle, 246, 260f.

Caulae, sheep-folds, 33.

Causeway, calceia at Kirkbythore (1179), 61.

Causeway head in H.C., 109, 112, 159, 204, 256f.

Cecil, Robert, earl of Salisbury (1609), 204, and see Burghley.

Cecilia, countess of Albemarle, f. Wm. f. Duncan and Alice de Rumeli, (1160–75), 20f.

Celestine IV, pope (1241–43), 98f.

Challenor, Thomas, of H.C. (before 1581), 245.

Chamber, Chambers of H.C. pedigree, 150–152.
-, " Abraham (1647–57), 211–214.
-, " Arthur (1637), 216.
-, " Frances f. John, of Blackdike, m. R. Jackson (1671), 241f.
-, " Janet, m. Rowland Skelton, 202.
-, " John, of Raby Coat (died 1656), 152, 204, 212, 217, 223f., 230, 249, 253.
-, " Lancelot, abbot of Peterborough, 150.
-, " R. (1581), 195.

Chamber, Richard, of Brockholes, surgeon (died 1601) and Robert (killed earlier), 243.
-, " Robert (1651), 241.
-, " Robert, abbot of H.C., 125, 150f., 162.
-, " Robert, alehouse keeper (1601), 214.
-, " Robert, deputy steward, 202, 212.
-, " Robert junior (died 1554), 152, 154.
-, " Robert, of Abbey (1573), 167, 169.
-, " Robert, of Highlaws (died 1566) 186, 192.
-, " Robert, of Newton Arlosh (1754), 237.
-, " Robert, of Raby Coat and the Salt-cotes (died 1554), 152, 249.
-, " Robert, of Wolsty (1573), 167.
-, " Robert, of Wolsty (1636), 166, 178.
-, " Rowland f. Thomas (1604), 198f., 200.
-, " Rowland, of Mosside, parish clerk (1580–97), 176, 252.
-, " Thomas, abbot of Furness (1491), 150.
-, " Thomas (1535), 191; (1573), 167f.
-, " Thomas, of Hartlaw (1650), 236.
-, " Thomas, of Pelutho (1841–65), 238.
-, " Thomas, of Raby Coat (died' 1619), 179, 195–198, 200f., 236, 246.
-, " William, of Abbeytown (1649), 166.
-, " William, of Raby Coat (born 1615), 152, 227, 236.
-, " William (of Wolsty?), (1604), 179, 197f., 200.

Chapels, ancient, of H.C., 163–167, 170.

Chapman, Thomas, curate of St. Cuthbert's H.C. (1870), 189.

Charcoal burning, 21.

Charles I, 'Charles Stuart,' 218.

Chàteau Gaillard, Rupes Andeli in Normandy, 20, 74.

Chausé, Robert de, bp. of Carlisle (1258–78), 11, 130.

Chelton, see Kelton.

Cheu or Chen [i.e. Cheyne], Reginald le, priest (1280), 95.

Chichester, bishops of, 75, 78, 101.

Chillingham, Chivelingham, Northd., 79.

Christ Church, Silloth, 190.

Christian, bishop of Whithorn, see Candida Casa.

Christian, Ewan, lawyer (1715–43), 220, 256.

Christie, Rev. A. H., of Rerrick quoted, 52.

Christin, Durand f., and Bridoch his wife and son Michael, 56–59.

Cimentarius, mason, see Melborn.

Cistercian emblems, 186.

Citeaux abbey, 133, 141, 186.

Clailand in Burgh-by-Sands, 3.

Clairvaux abbey, 100.

Clay daubings, 238, 240.

Clean, Clene, John, of H.C. (1604), 198.

Cleasby, Clesby, Sir Hasculph or Harsculph de (1301–7), 138f.

Cleaterre, Cleaterve (i.e. Cleator) Richard de (c. 1290), 30; Sir Richard de (c. 1322), 90.

Cleathow, Clechihouhevid forest, Caldbeck, 27.

Clement III, pope (1188–91), 96f.
-, " V, pope (1305–16), 102.
-, " VII, pope (1378–94), 145.

Clement, Robert, monk of H.C. (1538), 156f.

Clifford, Sir Robert de, justice (1292–1315), 46, 60, 138, 140.
-, " Sir Thomas (1525–37), 153, 155.

Clifton (Cumbd.) Michael de, m. Christiana de Derham (c. 1227), 70.

Clifton, Richard (1651), 218.

Clifton, near York, 102.

Clipiston, John f. Thomas, of York, notary public (1311), 102.

Cloak, Clochoc in Colvend, 89.

Cloen-chone-chro (now Barbey), co. Kirkcudbright, 49f.

Clona, Roald f., I. of Man (c. 1200), 94.

Clynton, Wm. de, constable of Dover (1334), 144.

Coats, Cotes in H.C., 116, 162, 191.

Coc, Cock, Henry, of Burgh-bySands (c. 1230), 1, 9.

Cockelayk on the Wampool, 73.

Cocker, Koker river, 21.

Cockermouth, 231, 242, 244; Castle, 96.

Coghel, Adam (c. 1237), 8.

Cogton, Hugh, of H.C., 243.

Cokett, Robert and Thomas (1531), 153f.

Colingate near Gilgarron, 33.

Collingwood, Mr. R. G., quoted, 111f.

Collinson, Robert, vicar of H.C., (1822–42), 188.

Colt park in H.C., 171, 217, 232.

Colvend, Culuen, Culwen, co. Kirkcudbright, 49f., 54, 88.

Common fields, see Acredales, Hards.

Commons, enclosure of, 222.

Comyn, John, lord of Badenoch (1291), 60; and see Cumyn.

Coneygarth in H.C., 162f.

Congregational Chapels in H.C., 252.

Conheath, Colnehath, Dumfriesshire, 52f., 98, 122.

Copyhold tenure of H.C., 167f.

Corby, Korkebi, Sir Robert de, sheriff (1212), 25.

Corkeby, Robert de, monk of H.C. (1302–3), 147.

Cormalt, John, of Abbeytown (1649), 166.

Cornai, Edward de (1251–56), 32.

Corri, Hugh de (c. 1200–10), 35.

Cory, Mr. J. A., architect, 185.

Cospatric f. Orm and family, 19; see Workington, Culwen, Southaik.

Costera, bank, of Bramwra, 85; of Warnell, 77.

Coston, Mr., lawyer (1604), 197–199.

Cotebank, near Skinburness, 112.

Cotinham, John de, monk of H.C. (1317), 148.

Coupland, Copeland, 22, 92, 126.

Coupland, Adam de, monk of H.C. (1319), 148.

Courci, see Curci.

Court leet of H.C., 170.

Coventry and Lichfield, bishops of, 74f., 96, 142.

Coventrye, R. (1630), 225.

Cowper, Cowbier, Cowbyre in H.C., 116, 162.
-, " Abbey, 159, 163, 172, 174, 190.
-, " New, 165, 172, 174, 190f., 257.

Cracker (Crocker), Wm. le, of Hartlepool, 44.

Craister, Thomas, mayor of Carlisle (1651), 253.

Crefto (Crofte or Crofton), Eliz., prioress of Seaton (1450), 32.

Crepping, Richard de, sheriff (1272– 74), 130.

Cressingham, Hugh de, justice (1292– 3), 92f.

Crevequer, see Troqueer.

Crime in H.C., 242–244.

Crisma, consecrated oil, 97.

Crofte, see Crefto.

Crofton near Thursby, 16, 160f.

Crofton, Adam de, Official (1240–47), 10.
-, " John de, Carlisle (1240–50), 14; at Edenhall (1245), 17.
-, " Robert de, Carlisle (1231–50), 14.

Croft-snegrim in Kirkbythore, 61, 64, 67.

Crogelyne, Crokelyne, Robert de (1278), 3, 84.

Crokedake, Adam de, (c. 1270–90), 58, 71; Sir Adam (1294), 37.
-, " Walter de, m. Agnes Buche, 80f.

Crokelandes, Crokedland in Kirkbythore, 62.

Cromford (i.e. Crummock) bridge, 170, 174.

Crompton, Thomas, deputy auditor (1573), 167.

Cromwell, John de (1317), 46.
-, " Thomas, Earl of Essex, etc., (executed 1540), 153–155, 158, 161.

Crookhurst, le Croc, Kruk, near Allonby, 70.

Crookley beck, Crokerbech, S. Cumbd., 31; Crocherhe, 31.

Crops in H.C., 246–248.

Crosby (Crosscanonby) church, 26, 115.

Crosby, Anthony, of H.C. (1647), 214.
-, " Thomas, Carlisle (1695), 68.

Crosgile-ultan, co. Kirkcudbright, 49.

Crosrig, Crosserig, in Kirkbythore, 61, 67.

Cross from the Holy Land as relic, 118.

Crosseby, John de, monk of H.C. (1312–14), 148.

Crosses as boundary marks (13th cent.), 48, 51, 59, 89.

Crosthwaite (? Crosshill in Westward), 46.

Crosthwaite, Adam, rector of, Official (c. 1210), 40.

Croyser, Wm., canon of Dunkeld (1418–24), 89f.

Crummock beck, Crombok, Crumbroc, etc., 28f., 73, 80, 166. See Cromford.

Culdmyre in H.C., 214.

Culgaith, Henry de, clerk (died c. 1296) and Alice his wife, 12f., 15.

Cultram, the place-name, 114.

Culuen, see Colvend.

Culwen, Curwen of Workington, pedigree, 19.
-, " Adam de (c. 1280–90), 48, 88.
-, " Gilbert f. Gilbert de (died 1329), 19f.
-, " Gilbert f. Patrick de (1255–89), 19, 21, 25, 27, 39.
-, " Hugh, brother of Patrick de (1251–56), 32.
-, " Patrick de, f. Thomas (died c. 1258), 19, 21, 24f., 29, 32, 51.
-, " Thomas f. Gilbert de, m. Joan de Hudleston (and died 1300) 19, 21f., 27, 30, 88f., 93, 134. See also Curwen.

Cumberland, Henry, earl of (1525), 153, 161.

Cummin as a service, 27.

Cumpton, 'Cuniton,' Robert de, monk of H.C. (1303–6), 147f.

Cumyn, Alexander, earl of Buchan (1280), 95.

Cunningarth in H.C., 117, 159.

Curci, Courci, John de (1177–1204) and Africa his wife, 97, 124.
-, " Wm. de, abbot of H.C. (1215), 124, 133.

Curia, courtyard, at Boston, 91; Bromfield, 84; Burgh, 2, 9.

Currie, James, curate of H.C. (1713), 187.

Curst lands, 200.

Curtenay, Robert de, m. Alice II de Rumeli (and died c. 1210), 10.

Curwen, Christopher (of Camerton), 230. [Correct the date to 1614.]
-, " George (1602), 178f.
-, " John Christian, M.P. (died 1828), 258–260.
-, " Mr. J. F., quoted, 121, 164.

Dacre, Daker, John (1555), 167, 193.
-, " Ranulph f. Wm. de, m. Margaret de Multon of Gilsland (1317), 3.
-, " Sir Christopher (1537), 155.
-, " Sir Ranulph de (1278), 84.
-, " Sir Thomas (1637), 216.
-, " Sir William de, sheriff (1236–48), 10, 13, 41.
-, " William de (c. 1260), 42.
-, " William Lord, (1535–55), 169, 193, 204.

Daivill, Deyvill, Sir John de, justice (1227-c. 1260), 42, 78.

Dalij, T., Galloway (1329), 56.

Dalilegh, James de (1305), 138.

Dalston, 12.

Dalston, Sir George (1615–37), 202, 216.
-, " Sir John (1614), 230.
-, " Sir Wm., farmer of tithes, H.C. (c. 1670–82), 180, 250.
-, " Thomas (1538), 156, 162, 204.

Dalton, Mungo, Schoolmaster (1668), 253.

Dalway in H.C., 174.

Damport, Humphrey, lawyer (1618), 202.

Dand, Jane, pauper (1666), 235.

Daneby, Ranulph de (1332), 45.

Danegeld, 20, 74.

Danney (? Dauney), Henry, of Wenrygg (c. 1290), 26, 127.

Dante on Michael Scot, 136.

Danthorpe, Sir John de (1276), 26.

Darricks, 245.

David I, king of Scotland (1124–53), 51, 91f., 118f., 135.

Dawson, Mr., of Cleator, contractor, 264.

Daynecurt, Peter (1278), 84.

Dean, Dene, West Cumbd., 33.

Dearham, Cumbd., 115.

Deer in Inglewood, 83, 130f.

Deerpark, H.C., 80.

Deil's dyke or Britons' Walls, 52.

Deivill, see Daivill.

Demy, light horse and the land held by tenure of providing such for Border service, 172f., 246.

Dent, Arthur and John, masons at H.C. (1602), 178f.

Denton, David and William, monks of H.C. (1312–14), 148.
-, " John, of Cardew, his Accompt (ed. Ferguson) quoted, 30, 39, 41, 71, 120, 146.
-, " of Swinsty (1688), 239.
-, " Sir W. de, of H.C. abbey, 96.
-, " Thomas, author of the MS. history of Cumbd., 1, 176.

Depedraif on the Eden near Burgh, 7.

Derham, Adam f. Wm. de (c. 1200–10), 70.
-, " Christiana de, m. Michael de Clifton (c. 1227), 70.
-, " Henry f. John Rich (Dives) de, and Matildis his wife, and Richard his brother (c. 1260), 69f.

Dermann, Adam, Robert and William, sons of (c. 1234), 8.
-, " Pride, Burgh-by-Sands, 9.

Dernington (i.e. Darlington), Adam de, of Carlisle, 12.

Derwent, Derewent river, 22f., 24f., 27, 126, 160f.

Derwentwater, John de, monk of H.C. (1312–14), 148.
-, " Sir Thomas de (1278–92), 84, 93.

Despenser, Hugh le (1307), 76.

Dethick, Henry, Chancellor of Carlisle (1586–1606), 249.

Deves, Thomas, of H.C. (1554–73), 167, 169, 192.

Deveys or Deves, Matthew, abbot of H.C. (1531–2), and his brother William, 153f.

Dewsbury, William, a Quaker, 250.

Dickinson, Mr. of North Mosses (1855), 262.

Dijon, 100.

Dikis, Adam del (c. 1234), 8f.
-, " Reginald del, 8f. And see Dykes.

Dispensator (i.e. Spenser) of Carlisle (c. 1200), 4.

Distington, 33f., 90, 126.

Distington and Dundraw, Sir Gilbert f. Gilbert de (died c. 1230), 33f., 72, 90.

Dixon, Fred. Arthur, vicar of Ch. Ch. Silloth (1890–93), 190.

Documents at H.C. (in 1807), 221.

Dodds, Miss M. Hope, quoted 37f.

Dodsworth, lawyer at York (1604), 197f.

Dolfinby, Adam de (1292), 93.

Dolphenby, Dolfineby in Edenhall, 17.

Dombar, Patrick de, count de la Marche (1291), 60.

Domestic life (17 cent.) in H.C., 238– 242.

Donald, Wm., of Newton Arlosh (1832), 238.

Donegal, see Duvenald.

Dorments, roof-timbers, 240.

Dornock, Dronnock, Dumfriesshire, 146.

Dosii, Hubertus, Italian merchant (c. 1294), 86.

Douglas, earl of (1385), 145.

Dovehowes, Duuehowes at Gilcrux, 41.

Dover, 132, 141, 144.

Downes, Rev. R., of Silloth, 252.

Dozens, duodenae of iron ore, 22.

Drape, George, of Calvo (1592), 175.

Dress (in 1671), 241f.

Drumbogh, Matillidis de, 15.

Drumburgh, Drombogh, Drumbogh, 3, 9, 108.

Drunkenness, pledge against, 243.

Dryholme in H.C., 174, 214.

Dubmill, Dubmylne in H.C., 116, 160, 168, 174f., 190, 199, 213, 239, 263.

Duddon, Duden river, 31f.

Dudley, Mr (1604), 162.

Duff, Mr. Harold, of Aspatria, 110– 112.

Dufpole, now Kirkgunzeon lane, 50.

Dugdale, Monasticon Anglicum, 1.

Dumblane and Dunkeld bishoprics, 105.

Dumbredan (in Dumfriesshire), Robert de, (c. 1223), 11.

Dumfries, Domfres, 59f., 127, 139, 174.

Dundraw, Dundrif, Dundrahe, Dundraye, 33, 71f., 126, 131.

Dundraw, Agnes, m. Roger de Lindeby, 72 (and see Distington).

Dundrennan, Dundraynan abbey, 52, 122.

Dunne family, benefactors to H.C., 186.

Durand f. Christin of Mabie and family, 56–59, 88.

Durham, Bishops and priors of, 74, 77, 96, 102, 143.

Duvenald or Donegal (i.e. Dungal), Radulph f., of Conheath and Carlaverock (c. 1170), 52f.

Dykes as boundaries at Bramwra on the Eamont, 17, 85; Bromfield, 80, 82; Burgh-by-Sands, 1f., 8; Distington, 34; Flimby 19; Holm Cultram, 28f., 121, 205f., 213; Inglewood, 79; Kirkbythore, 61, 63–66; Kirkgunzeon, 51; Seaton, 24; Warnell, 77; West Newton, 71; Wigton, 43, 46.

Dykes, Leonard (1640), 175, 205.
-, " Thomas, clerk of H.C. (1590), 205.

Eamont, Amot river, 17f., 85, 127.

East Cote in H.C., 162, 174, 205.

Eboraco, Walter de, monk of H.C. (1324), 148.

Edderside in H.C., 115, 168, 172, 190, 213.

Eden river, 2, 7f., 17, 129.

Edenhall, Edenhale, 16f., 78, 86, 120, 127, 160.

Education in H.C. (from 1580), 252– 258.

Edward I, king, 2, 16, 26, 46, 60, 75, 95, 102f., 116, 127, 132f., 135f., 139, 186.

Edward II, king, 139f., 141.

Effigy at Plasket lands, 165.

Egremont, 21, 123.

Ehen, Eigne river, 21.

Ekwall, Professor E., quoted, 109, 113, 115.

Eleanor, sister of Edward III, marriage of (1332), 144.

Elisic, Helesik near Maryport, 18f.

Ellen, Alne river, 26f., 29, 46f., 74, 126, 130, 138.

Ellenborough, Alneburg; Alynburgh, 18f., 26, 31, 133, 160f.

Ellerby in H.C., 116.

Ellercarr in H.C., 212.

Ellis, John or Robert (1555), 167, 193.
-, " Thomas (1651), 218.

Elwin, Radulph f., at Burgh-bySands, 9.

Emissarius, stallion, 82.

Emma, John f. Wm. f., of Carlisle and Avicia his mother and Agnes his wife (before 1280), 14.

Endehou in Bromfield, 80.

Endemot, suit of county court, 18.

Engaine, Gilbert de, of Kirkbythore, and Eva his wife, 67, 97.
-, " Gilbert f. Robert de, of Clifton, Westmd. (c. 1250), 17.
-, " William (1150), 92, 120.

Engelandis in Burgh-by-Sands, 3.

Engerram, chancellor to Prince Henry (1150), 92.

Engines, traps to take pigeons, 211.

Engleis, Adam le (c. 1200–10), 35.

Englewode, see Inglewood.

Errors in the Carlisle MS. of the Register, 1, 5f.

Esk river, North Cumbd., 35.
-, " South-west Cumbd., 31f.

Eskeheved (? Hesket), Caldbeck, 27.

Eskelakes near Wigton, 46f.

Estonhing (Estholme?), Wm. de (1251–56), 32.

Estwicke, John, farmer of tithes, H.C. (from 1553), 191f., 193f., 200.

Etardby (i.e. Etterby), Wm. f. Robert de (c. 1250), 15.

Eure, Euer, John de, justice (1280, 1315), 9, 86.

Everard, abbot of H.C. (1150–92), 21, 34, 49, 52, 97, 120f.

Ewanrigg, Ouenrig, 18.

Ewe moor in H.C., 205.

Exeter, William bishop of (1232), 77.

Extildesham, Hexham, Wm. de (1235), 38.

Eyntrepot, Antrepot on the Waver, 28, 73.

Fairs at Boston, 91; Carlisle, 8, 11, 13, 27; Holm Cultram, 170; Skinburness, 95.

Faldelenay, co. Kirkcudbright, 48.

Falgunzeon, co. Kirkcudbright, 50.

Farish, Benjamin (1718), 254f.
-, " James, curate of H.C. (1695), 187; clerk (1693), 254.
-, " James, of Calvo (1724), 182, 237.
-, " Peter, curate of H.C. (1694), 187.
-, " Robert (1604), 238; Robert (1678), 230, (1666), 238.

Farlam, Jonathan, of Border (1838), 238.

Farmery Cowper, 239.

Fearon, John, carpenter of H.C. (1603), 179.

Feather close in H.C., 212.

Featherknott, Frenchou, Frostyknotte or Frothou, Gilgarron, 1, 33.

Ferguson, Chancellor R. S., quoted, 109, 163, 217, 250.
-, " Charles J., architect, quoted, 124.

Ferté abbey in Burgundy, 133.

Ferté, le Brun de la, or de Feritate, Gamel (c. 1150), 6.
-, " Gilbert, rector of Bowness (c. 1225–56), 6, 8f., 11, 29.
-, " Radulf or Ranulf, Ralph, senior (1158-c. 1200), 6, 10.
-, " Ranulf, junior (c. 1200–41), 6, 8, 11.
-, " Richard (c. 1202–10), 10f.
-, " Richard (1284–1313), 7, 16.
-, " Richard, sheriff (1233–35), 6.
-, " Robert (c. 1130), 6.
-, " Robert (c. 1256), 3, 6.
-, " Robert, m. Ada (1278–1300), 7, 23, 30, 71, 84, 93.
-, " Robert, M.P. (1316), m. Margaret and Matilda, 7.
-, " Thomas (1332), 45.
-, " William, senior (1186–1204), 6, 28, 44.
-, " William, junior (1223), 6, 11, 28. (And see Brune).

Ferthre, Gillekolm f., I. o. Man (c. 1200), 94.

Fisher, Ellen, m. Thomas Chamber, 152.
-, " John, of London (1637), 232.
-, " Thomas, of Carlisle (1695), 68.

Fisheries, 2, 7, 8f., 22–27, 29, 34–36, 57, 96, 122, 126, 133, 160f., 170f., 217, 248.

Fisher street, vicus piscatoris, Carlisle, 14f.

Fishgarths, 24, 113.

Fissher, Gilbert, bailiff of Flimby (1535), 161.

Fitch, Colonel Thomas, governor of Carlisle (1652), 219, 253.

Fitz Alan, Brian, justice (1227), 84.

Fitz Count, Henry (1215), 76.

Fitz John, Thomas, justice (1235), 76.

Fitz Peter, Geoffrey, earl [of Essex], (1201), 74.

Fitz Walter, Robert (1292), 60.

Flacks, sods, 206f., 209, 212.

Fleet prison, London (1604), 201.

Fleming, Richard, chamberlain to Wm. de Brus (c. 1190–1200), 36.
-, " R. le, of Dumfries (c. 1280), 59.
-, " Sir Daniel, 1.

Fleming, Sir John (III) le, (before 1322), 90.

Flemingby, see Flimby.

Fleming halse near Burgh-by-Sands, 7.

Flimby, Flemingby, 18–21, 23–27, 74, 92, 96, 122, 126f., 160f.; Chapel, 23, 27, 122.

Florence, merchants at, 103.

Flour, Radulph, of Crofton (1283), 16.

Flower, Richard, of Barwick (1651), 218.

Folan, Hathek f., I. o. Man (c. 1200), 94.

Folcardestoun, Alex, de, Scottish 'rebel' (1292), 60.

Folchegile, Folkegile, Fowgill, near Flimby, 18f., 20.

Folioth, Roger (c. 1208), 6.

Footmen, tenants bound to Border service on foot, 172, 245.

Fordun, Scotichronicon, on abbot Everard, 120.

Forest, Charter of the (omitted), 79.

Forests, see Allerdale, Inglewood. Submerged, 108.

Foriton, John de, monk of H.C. (1352), 144.

Fossils of H.C., 108.

Fothergill, Thomas, curate of H.C. (1692), 181, 187, 254.

Foulsyke, Fowlesyke in H.C., 116, 174, 190, 252.

Foundation charter of H.C. abbey, 91f., 118.

Fountains abbey and abbots, 102, 153, 155.

Fox, George, the Quaker at H.C., 250.
-, " Mr. P. H., quoted, 248.

Francigena, le Franceys, John, rector of Caldbeck (1232), 77f., 82f., 126.
-, " William (c. 1260), 29.

Fraser, Alex., Scottish 'rebel' (1292), 60.
-, " Symon (1280), 95.

Fraunceis, John le, de Meborn Matild' (c. 1290), 23.

Frenchou, Frothou, etc., see Featherknott.

French street, vicus Francorum, Carlisle, 12. (Dr. Hugh Todd in his Account of Carlisle, p. 11, identified this with Fennel, i.e. Finkle Street.)

Fresches in West Newton, 70.

Frithmen, 207, 210, 213.

Fulco, Fulk, and Amesia his wife of Kirkbythore (1179), 62, 67.

Fulwic, Folchwyke near Flimby, 18f.

Furan Gilbanan, Fueran Gilleban, co. Kirkcudbright, 56, 59.

Furbeur, Adam le (c. 1280–90), 48.

Furness Abbey and abbots, 125, 150, 153f.

Furnival, Wm. de, m. Ada widow of Ranulph Boyvill of Levington (and died before 1270), 42.

Gale, Gayle in H.C., 152, 159.

Galiena de Heriz and family, see Heriz.

Galloway, Galweia, Galwidia, Galwithia, 47, 50f., 53, 55.

Galloway, Alan f. Roland of (1200– 34), 49f., 56,
-, " Huctred f. Fergus of (1161–74) and Gunnilda his wife, 48f., 52, 54, 97, 121f.
-, " Roland f. Huctred of (1185– 1200), 21, 36, 48f., 50f., 122.

Gamel f. Welp and family, see Kirkbithore.

Games and gambling, 184f., 215, 243.

Gardin, Humphrey del (c. 1200–10), 35.

Garpoll in Mabie, co. Kirkcudbright, 56, 59.

Gates, portae, of Caldbeck, 77, 83.

Gebbe, Richard, of Gilcrux (c. 1240), 41.

Ged, David, of Burgh-by-Sands (c. 1200), 3.

Gedewind (?) (Jedburgh?), 75.

Geoffrey of Aspatria (c. 1210), 24.

Geology of H.C., 107f.

Gerardi, Brachius or Abrachio, Italian merchant (c. 1294), 86.

Germany, King Richard's captivity in, 20.

Gernon, Gernoun, Gernun, Richard, m. Johanna de Morevill, 1, 2, 6.
-, " Sir John, m. Margaret de Wigton (and died 1334), 45, 143.

Gerold, Warin f. (1215), 76.

Gerthengrehe in Mabie, co. Kirkcudbright, 59.

Gervase, abbot of H.C. (1274–78), 7, 25, 87, 134.
-, " Warin f., chamberlain to Henry II (1189), 75.
-, " Wm. f., of Carlisle, 14.

Geryn keld heid in Gilgarron, 1.

Geveliston (Gelston), Sir John de (c. 1270–90), 48, 58.

Geynesford, Hugh de, monk of H.C. (1294), 132.

Gibson, John, curate of H.C. (1691), 181.
-, " Registrar, Carlisle (1604), 198.

Giffard, Osbert (1227), 75.

Gil, Gile, Gyle, Thomas del, monk of H.C. (1305–12), 147f.
-, " Wm. de, monk of H.C. (1314), 148.

Gilaffald of Galloway (1289), 88.

Gilbanks, Rev. G. E., curate of H.C. (1889), 189; his 'Some Records of a Cistercian Abbey,' quoted, 135, 147, 156, 159, 165, 177.

Gilbert, abbot of H.C. (1233–37), 76, 134.
-, " de [ ]kevill, Northd. (1306), 87.
-, " Wm. f., of Burgh-by-Sands (1299), 8f.

Gilcrux, Gillecruce, Gylecrosse, 29f., 40f., 127, 160f.

Gilgarron, Gillegarran, Gylgaran in Distington, 1, 33, 160f.

Gillebert the clerk, I. o. Man (c. 1200), 94.

Gillebride, Adam f., of Gilcrux (c. 1200), 40.

Gillecolum f. Patin of Mabie, co. Kirkcudbright, 56, 59.

Gillecrist, Wm. f., see Alneburch.

Gilleker, the house of, co. Kirkcudbright, 56, 59.

Gilmighel land near Whitehaven, 33.

Gilmor Macwynnyn, at Kirkgunzeon (1329), 56.

Gilpin, William, of Scaleby, lawyer (1657–1724), 202, 220.

Gisburne, Gyseburne, Guisborough priory, 5, 118.

Glaister, John (1637), 232.
-, " Mungo, of Red Flatt (1768), 256
-, " Mungo, of Red Flatt (1826), 238.
-, " Richard, murdered (c. 1600), 199, 243.
-, " Robert, of Blackdyke (1847), 238.
-, " Robert, of Saltcoats (1868), 238.
-, " William, of Red Flatt (1792), 237.

Glanvill, Radulph f. Radulph de, and Berta his wife (c. 1175), 20.
-, " Wm. de, justice (1194), 72.

Glasgow, bishops, etc. of, 51, 53–55, 57, 105, 133.

Glasson, Radulph de (c. 1227), 78.

Glasteri, hill of, now Long fell, co. Kirkcudbright, 50f.

Glebe of H.C., 184.

Glen, Richard de, Scottish 'rebel' (1292), 60.

Glenluce, Glenlus abbey, 47, 53.

Glenlus, Thomas de (1391), 89, 145.

Gode, Robert, of Isel (1297), 41.

Godefraicroft in Burgh-by-Sands, 3.

Godfrey, Godfraye, Richard, monk of H.C. (1533–38), 153f., 156f.

Godred II, king of Man (1155–87), 94, 122.

Goki, Roger, hermit of St. Hilda's (1192), 76, 133.

Goldelandes in Kirkbythore, 62.

Gonewald, Gilbert f., and John his son (1329), 56.

Goodwin, Ben, and the Stank (1637), 216.

Goodyhills, Guddihills and Godshouse-law in H.C., 117, 165, 174.

Gordon, J., Congregational minister (1872), 252.

Goseford, Robert de (c. 1322), 90.

Gough, William (1651), 218.

Graeme of Nunnery, 152.

Graham, Graym, Thomas, monk of H.C. (1533), 154f., 156f.
-, " Mr. T. H. B., quoted, 11, 42, 244.
-, " Sir James (1856), 263.
-, " Sir Richard (1630), 225.

Grainger, Francis, of Southerfield (1664–67), 233, 236, 246.
-, " Francis (1724), 182.
-, " John, of Southerfield (1840–62), 203f., 238, 262.

Graisothen, Crayssothen, Adam de, monk of H.C. (1317), 148.
-, " John de, monk of H.C. (1314– 17), 148.

Granges of H.C., 21, 97, 160, 162.

Grant, Graunt (Magnus), Peter le, of Hartlepool (before 1194), 43f.
-, " Roger le, and Wm. his son (13 cent.), 44.

Graveslabs and tombstones at H.C., 135, 147, 149, 151, 228.

Gray abbey, Jugum Dei, etc. in Ulster, 97, 124, 133f., 142, 186.

Gray, Richard, papal chaplain (1396– 1403), 146.

Graystones as boundary marks, 63.

Grecia, wife of Thomas f. Gospatric, 24f.

Green Row academy, 256–258, 260.

Gregg, Roger (1657), 233.

Gregory (I), abbot of H.C. (1192– 1214?), 121, 133.
-, " (II), abbot of H.C. (1411 ?), 147, 149, 164, 202.

Gregory IX, pope (1227–41), 98f., 101.

Grene, Stephen del, at Burgh-bySands, 8f.

Grenegate in Burgh-by-Sands, 3.

Grene'th'fald, Grenefaude (now Lawston burn) in Kirkgunzeon, 49, 51.

Grenesiche, Grenesik, Grenescych in Kirkconnel, 47f., 57.

Gresgard gile in Caldbeck, 77.

Gresham, Sir Richard (1545), 88.

Gressomes, 168, 217.

Grevestone, land of Robert de Ros of Wark, 60.

Greyson House in H.C., 240.

Greysouthen, Craykesuthen, 24, 160.

Greystoke, Craistock, Thomas f. Wm., baron of (1217–47), 27.

Grindegret, Roger, of Dumfries (c. 1280), 59.

Grinnesdale, Gilbert de (1280), 14.
-, " Stephen de, monk of H.C. (1302–3), 147.

Grune, Groyne point in H.C., 117, 163f.

Gualo, cardinal (1321), 141.

Gueldres, Reginald count of (1332), 144.

Guido or Wydo, the merchant of Carlisle (c. 1200), and Ada his wife and daughter Mary, m. John de Bolton, 4, 12.

Guisborough, see Gisburne.

Gunilda f. Earl Gospatrick, m. Orm f. Ketel, 34.

Gunnays, Thomas, rector of Bromfield (1278), 84f.

Gyle, see Gil.

Gyseburn, Hugh de, monk of H.C. (1294), 132.

Gysingham, Wm. de, king's counsel (1280), 86.

Habitus scholasticus, the law of, 187.

Haclthecoste (sic?), co. Kirkcudbright, 50.

Hageth, Geoffrey, justice (1190), 28.

Hal, Simon de, justice (1227), 84.

Haldan, Walter f., of Boston, Lincs., 91.

Halden, dapifer to earl of Northumbria, and family, 37f.

Hale, Hayle Grange in Kirkbythore, 61, 64, 67, 98, 123, 160.

Hall, Francis, of Angerton (1730), 237.

Halleflat, Burgh-by-Sands, 8.

Hallestede in Setmurthy, 41.

Halton, Northd., the family of, 37f.

Halton, Halghton, John de, bp. of Carlisle (1292-1324), 12, 60, 95f., 136, 139, 148.

Hamelin f. Walter of Gilcrux (1211), 40.
-, " John f., of Gilcrux (c. 1210–50), 40.

Hameville, Wm. de (c. 1200–10), 35.

Hampton, Sir Robert de (c. 1240), 27; sheriff (1276), 26.

Haracium, stud of horses, 74.

Harcla, Hartecla, Sir Andrew de (executed 1323), 140–142.
-, " Sir Michael de, sheriff (1285–98), 30, 65, 133.

Harclau, Hartlaw, grange or cowbyre in H.C., 142.

Hardfot or Bradfot family at Carlisle (c. 1200), 12.

Harding or Hardon, Christopher, burnt H.C. church (1604), 179, 199.
-, " John (1604),199.
-, " Richard, clerk and schoolmaster (1627), 253.
-, " Thomas (1586), 195–197; (1604), 179, 199, 200f., 243.

Hards, the common fields or acredales of H.C., 259.

Haregile near Kirkbythore, 65.

Harigand, Robert, at Blindcrake (1297), 41.

Hariske (?), Christopher, of Whinnyclose, 174.

Hariz, see Heriz.

Harrais, Adam de (c. 1220–27), and Agnes, Aldus and Matilda, 32f.
-, " Geoffrey de (c. 1220), 32.
-, " Robert f. Robert de (c. 1250), 33.
-, " Walter f. Aldus de (c. 1250), 33.

Harras, near Whitehaven, 32f., 126, 160f.

Harrison, Joseph, of H.C. (1749), 184.
-, " Martin, mason at H.C. (1602), 178.
-, " Mr., of the Abbey (1819), 259.
-, " Thomas, schoolmaster (1722), 255.

Hartlaw in H.C., 152, 160, 162, 170. (And see Harclau).

Hartlepool, Herterpol, 43f., 122.

Hartrigg (in Sebergham ?), 160f.

Hasting, John de, lord of Abergavenny (1291), 60.

Haton, John, of H.C. (1554), 192; (1586), 195; (and see Hayton).

Hatoncrow (Northd. ?), 130.

Hauley, Nicholas de, justice (1255–6), 11.

Haverfield, Prof. F., quoted, 108.

Haverington, Adam de (1211–46), 24f.
-, " Gilbert de, monk of H.C. (1305–7), 147f.
-, " Michael de, of Dalston (1294), 12.
-, " Robt. de (c. 1190), 24.
-, " Robert f. Michael de (1277),24f., 127. Sir Robert (c. 1290), 23, 30, 93.

Haynes (?), John f. Richard, of Burgh-by-Sands (1260–70), 3.

Hayrigg, Harrigge in H.C., 109, 116, 169, 174, 191, 206, 214.

Hayton, Anthony, of H.C. (1700), 227.
-, " Clement, of Rook's (1752), 165.
-, " Daniel, of Beckfoot, a Quaker (1735), 251.
-, " J., of H.C. (1730), 183.

Hazelspring, Heslespring in Westward, 47.

Head, Wm., vicar of H.C. (1638–84), 187.

Hedd [on ?], Hugh de, provost of Newcastle (c. 1235), 38.

Hegham, Roger de, king's counsel (1294), 93.

Helde (i.e. Heald) in Flimby, 26.

Heldwode near Ewanrigg, 19.

Helesike, see Elisic.

Helton (Hilton), John de (1294), 65.

Hengham, Radulph de, justice (1304), 87.

Henrie, Sir George (1604), 197.

Henry, abbot of H.C. (1255–c. 1270), 14f., 38, 43, 88, 134.
-, " archdeacon of Carlisle (c. 1275), 11.
-, " Cospatric f., I. o. Man (c. 1200), 94.
-, " I, king, 118f.

Henry II, king, 52, 75, 118, 151.
-, " III, king, 75, 77–79.
-, " VIII, king, 151, 155.
-, " f. David I, earl of Cumberland (1136–52), 91f., 118f.
-, " of Aspatria (c. 1210), 24.
-, " Ranulf f., justice (1235), 76.
-, " (Robinson), bp. of Carlisle (1598–1616), 229. [Correct the date in the text to 1614.]

Hensingham, Cumbd., 69, 113, 123.

Herbert, Septimus, vicar of Ch. Ch. Silloth (1885–90), 190.

Hereford, R. archdeacon of (1194), 72.

Heriz, Galiena f. Richard de (c. 1190), and her daughter Marjoria or Margeria (c. 1220), 72f., 123.
-, " Richard de (c. 1160), 73; Richard and Alice de, 28f.
-, " Robert f. Marjoria de (c. 1220), 73.
-, " Sir John, of Terregles (1387), 56.
-, " William de (1150), 29, 92, 120.
-, " William de (c. 1200–10), 35.
-, " Yvo de (c. 1190), 34.

Hernan, Albert f., of Carlisle (c. 1280), 14.

Hert, John de, monk of H.C. (1317), 148.

Hervey, William, justice (1194), 72.

Hervis, Nicholas f., of Newcastle (1237), 39.

Hesket burial tumulus, 114.

Heskett, Mr., of Plumpton Hall (1855), 262.

Hewit, John, of Field Head (1562), 205.

Hewitt, John, vicar of H.C. (1684–87), 181, 187.

Hewson, Robert (1586), 195.
-, " Robert, of Slightholme (1697), 227, 237.

Hexham, Augusteldesham, bridge, 129f.; priory, 118, 141.

High house near Raby, 159.

High laws, Hielaws in H.C., 116, 152, 159, 172, 174, 190.

Highmoor, Robert (1663), 235.

Highmore in H.C., 163.

Hildekirk, see Islekirk.

Hinde, Charles, vicar of Ch. Ch. Silloth (1872–77), 190.
-, " Mr. J. Hodgson, quoted, 114.

Hinge, Hynge, William, king's counsel (1292), 93.

Hoddam, Hodelm, Christiana f. Odard (II) de, m. William de Ireby (and living in 1278), 34.
-, " Odard (I) de, f. Hildred de Carlisle (died c. 1177), 34.
-, " Odard (II) f. Robert de (died c. 1211), 34f., 36.
-, " Robert f. Odard (I) de, (died c. 1210), 34.

Hodgson, Alice, at Causeway head, 205.
-, " Caleb, of Carlisle (1804), 221.
-, " John, of Highlaws (1670), 236.
-, " Mr. C. Courtenay, quoted, 181.
-, " Mr. T. Hesketh, 165. Mrs. Hesketh Hodgson quoted, 125.
-, " Robert of H.C. (1573), 167; (1604), 200; (1622), 212.
-, " Thomas (1622), 212.

Hogarth, John, curate of H.C. (1768), 188, 256.

Hoilaunde, Florence count of (1291), 60.

Holdernes, William de (c. 1235), 30.

Holliday, John, of Causeway head (1859, 1883), 238.
-, " John, of Mawbray Hayrigg (1853), 238.
-, " Jonathan, of Causeway head (1812), 222.
-, " Jonathan, of West House (1829) 238, 260.
-, " Joseph, of H.C. (1749), 184.
-, " Joseph, of Tarns (1877), 238.

Holm Cultram, Holmcoltran, Holmcoltria, 28, 91, 93, 118, 130, 140, 148, 159–163, 172.
-, " Agricultural Society and Farmers' Club, 261.
-, " buildings of the abbey, 124–126, 157–159, 176–183, 185f.
-, " manorial history, 204–238.
-, " physical character, 107f.
-, " prehistoric, 109,
-, " Roman, 108–113.

Holme, John, vicar of H.C. (1687–94), 181, 187.

Holmes, Mr. T. V., quoted, 107f.
-, " Mr. (1743), 256.

Holteclo (Haltcliffe), Gilbert de (1332), 45.

Holy Land, King Edward I's crusade in the, 102–104.

Holy Saviour, chantry of the, at H.C., 151, 161.

Holywood, Sacri Nemoris abbey near Dumfries, 55.

Honorius III, pope (1216–27), 53, 78, 98f., 101.

Hope, Sir W. St. John, quoted, 125.

Horne, Wm., vicar of Ch. Ch. Silloth (1878–85), 190.

Horses taken in H.C. for Border service, 172f.; medieval, 131f.; post-Reformation, 211, 233, 244, 246.

Hospital of Jerusalem, land in Waverton, 40.

Hospitallers, the, 101.

Hospitium at Boston, Lincs., 91.

Hothwait (Huthwaite in Setmurthy ?) 128.

Hoton, John de, monk of H.C. (1302– 3), 147.

Houses in Carlisle (13 cent.), 13–16; in H.C., 216, 238–240, 254f.

Howard, Francis (1637), 216.
-, " Lord William, of Naworth, 1.
-, " William, justice (1294), 12.

Hoyton, Sir Adam de (1242), 67.

Hubert Walter, abp. of Canterbury (1193–1205), 20, 74.

Huctred f. Fergus, see Galloway.

Huddart, Huddert, Harbert (1630), 224.
-, " John (1604), 198, 201.
-, " William, of Newton Arlosh (1856), 238.

Hudleston, Hodeliston, Sir John (I) de, m. Johanna de Boyvill (and died c. 1252), 30f.
-, " Sir John (II) de (1292–1311), 30, 93.
-, " Sir Richard de (before 1322), 22, 90.

Hugh de Bello Loco, bp. of Carlisle (1218–23), 1, 5.
-, " dean of Glasgow (1224), 53.

Hughes, Thomas (1651), 218.

Hugson, Adam (1299), 132.

Hum[?], Richard de, constable to Henry II (1189), 75.

Humble, Rev. Robert A., vicar of Ch. Ch. Silloth (1902), 190.

Hunt, Edmund (1573), 167.

Hunter, James, of H.C., 162.

Hurr, see Urr.

Husegavil, husgabel, house-duty, 12f., 14f.

Husey, John lord (1532), 153.

Hutchinson, Edward (1724), 182.

Hutton, Sir William (1616), 215, 230.

Hynge, see Hinge.

Idle, Ydill, John, monk of H.C. (1533–38), 154, 156f.

Infields and outfields, 244.

Ingledow, Rev. W. P., curate of Silloth (1889), 190.

Inglewood, Englewode, Engleswod forest, 26, 29, 45–47, 73f., 76, 79, 92, 101, 124, 129f., 139, 145.

Ingnook in H.C., 206.

Innocent III, pope (1198–1216), 7, 23, 51, 54, 98f.
-, " IV, pope (1243–54), 98f., 100.

Insula, Radulph de, clerk (1294), 102.

Inundations on the coast, 95, 108, 136f., 202, 229, 263f. (and see Sea-dykes).

Inventories of household goods, 241.

Ireby, Yreby, etc., Alan de, priest (1312), 139.
-, " Christiana f. Wm. de, m. Robert de Brus the Com petitor and Thomas de Lascelles, 35.
-, " John de (1332), 45.
-, " John f. John de, great-nephew of William f. Orm (c. 1260–75), 11, 29, 71.
-, " Orm f. Cospatric f. Orm de (c. 1200), 19, 34.
-, " Thomas, abbot of H.C. (1532– 36), 153f.

Ireby, Thomas de, rector of Bromfield (temp. John), 84f.
-, " William f. Orm de (died 1257), 27, 29, 34, 40f., 127.

Ireland, H.C. abbey's privileges in, 21, 95, 97, 138f.

Ironworks of H.C. abbey, 21f., 123.

Irthington, John de, monk of H.C. (1294), 132.

Islekirk, Hildekirk, 47, 76f., 93, 126, 133f., 144f., 160f.

Jackson, James, bailiff of H.C. (1650– 83), his diary, 136, 166, 180, 187, 226, 238f., 242f., 246, 253f.
-, " John, of Swinsty (1652), 166, 219, 236, 239.
-, " John, of H.C. (1724), 182.
-, " John or Thomas, monk of H.C. (1538), 156f.
-, " John Starkie, vicar of H.C. (1814–22), 188.
-, " Joseph f. James, of Queen's College, Oxford, rector of Bramshott (1729), 242.
-, " Richard f. James, m. Frances f. John Chamber (1671), 241.
-, " Richard, of Mosside (1798), 237.

Jacopi, Bonicentrus, Italian merchant (c. 1294). 86.

James I and the Border tenants, 204, 217.

Jedburgh abbey, 121.

Jefferies, Benet, of H.C. (1584), 214.

Jefferson, Isaac, of Kingside Hill (died 1792), 185, 237.
-, " John, of the Hill (1807), 237.
-, " Thomas, vicar of H.C. (1617– 32), 187.
-, " Thomas, vicar of H.C. (1715– 30), 182f., 187.
-, " Thomas, of Southerfield (1691), 237, 239.

Jocelin, bp. of Glasgow, 51, 53f.

Johanna f. Hugh de Morevill, m. Richard Gernun (and died 1246–7), 1f., 6.

John, abbot of Gray abbey and of H.C. (1237–55), 124, 130, 134.
-, " bp. of Glasgow (c. 1329), 55.

John, chaplain at Glasgow (c. 1224), 53.
-, " King, 74–76, 78, 124.
-, " prior of Lanercost (1220), 5.
-, " Robert f., of Bromfield (1227), 84.
-, " XXI, pope (1276–7), 101.

Johnson, John, of Calvo (1538), 162.
-, " John, of New Cowper (1784), 203.
-, " R. W., Congregational minister (1900), 252.

Joliffe, Mr. C. H., of Holm Cultram, 263.

Jordan of Newcastle, at Carlisle (1293), 15f.

Jugum Dei or Domini, see Gray abbey.

Juries of the manor of H.C., 205, 224.

Karlaton, see Carlaton.

Karleolo, Henry de, monk of H.C. (1305–9), 147f.

Karliolo, de, see Carliolo.

Kay, Matthew, vicar of H.C. (1767– 83), 188.

Keldes in Kirkbythore, 61.

Keldesik, Matthew and Juliana de, 135.
-, " Robert de, abbot of H.C. (c. 1288–1318), 12, 41, 58, 60, 81f., 88, 132, 134, 139, 146.
-, " William de, monk of H.C. (1305–7), 147f.

'Keleuter' (?), Adam de (c. 1211), 10.

Kelkes in Kirkbythore, 67.

Kelsick near H.C., 107, 135.

Kelton, Chelton in West Cumbd., 20f., 74, 96f., 122.

Kendal, Adam de, abbot of H.C. (1215–23), 7, 133f.

Kernepot, Kirnepot, Flimby, 18f.

Ketilbern, provost to Richard de Heriz (after 1150), 29.

Kidd, Rev. W., of Silloth (1922), 252.

Kildegled or Kildefeld, Lazonby (Coldkeld ?), 10.

Kilvigton, John de, monk of H.C. (1294), 132.

King, Mr. curate of H.C. (1683), 187.
-, " of London, auditor (1603), 197.

King's highway, Carlisle, 12, 15; Carlisle to Appleby, 64; at Newcastle, 39; Kirkbythore and Templesowerby, 64, 66f. Plumpton, near Old Penrith, 10.

Kingside, Kyngesete in H.C., 116, 131, 149, 159, 185.

Kirkbride, Kyrkebride, 28, 73, 121, 174.

Kirkbride, George (dead in 1513), 151.
-, " Richard de (1292–1305), 93, 139.

Kirkby Johan, Kirkebi Johannis, Newton Arlosh, 96, 137.

Kirkbythore, Kirkebithore, etc., 61– 67, 74, 79, 96, 161.

Kirkby, Wm. de, vicar of Wigton (c. 1350?), 45.

Kirkconnel, Kirkeconuel, co. Kirkcudbright, 47f., 56f., 127.

Kirkeby, Laurence de (c. 1322), 90.

Kirkebythore, Waldeve f. Gamell de and family (1179), 21, 61–67, 123.

Kirkeconuel, Andrew f. Michael (II) de, and Cecilia his wife (c. 1270–80), 47f., 123.
-, " Robert f. Simon de, and his son Andrew, 56–59.
-, " Thomas f. Andrew de (c. 1280– 90), 47f., 58f.
-, " William f. Michael de (c. 1235– 53), 47f., 57.

Kirkethwait (Curthwaite), Richard de, at Carlisle (1300), 16.

Kirkgunzeon, Kirkgonzin, Kirkgunnin, Kirkwinni, Cherchewinni, co. Kirkcudbright, 21, 48–57, 88–90, 97, 121f., 134, 139, 145.

Kirkoswald, Robert de, of Carlisle (c. 1250), 15.
-, " Thomas de, vicar of Penrith (1315), 140.

Kirkpatrick, Robert and Roger de (c. 1200–10), 35.
-, " Roger de (1294), 37.

Knowhill in H.C., 152.

Knubley, T., of H.C. (1730), 183.

Kuegarth near Workington, 27.

Kyrcfrerd (or Hyrisperd?) in Kirkconnel, 48.

Kyrketoftes in Kirkbythore, 61, 66.

Kyrketon, Gilbert de, sheriff of Westmd. (1242–3), 67.