Index of subjects

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C.W. Foster (editor)

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1914

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'Index of subjects', Lincoln Wills: volume 1: 1271-1526 (1914), pp. 237-242. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=53684 Date accessed: 22 October 2014.


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The words printed in heavy type will be found in the Glossary References to names of persons and places should be sought in the Index of Persons and Places

A

Agistment,s.v. Gressyng

Aglet

Alb, s.v. Vestment

Alderman, of city, town, 28, 37, 105, 107, 141–2
-, —, of gild, 85, 135, 158, 176–7

Alms
-, at burials, 2, 5, 8, 27, 29, 42, 44, 77, 133, 136, 176
-, at Christmas, 139, 149
-, on Good Friday, 64, 139, 171
-, in Lent, 151, 177
-, in the Catertens, 177
-, to bedridden, 12–13
-, to blind and aged, 110
-, to child, 25
-, for damages to corn, etc., 25

Almshouse, 123

Altar-cloths, 31, 52, 71, 77, 92, 109, 135, 178. See Ornaments

Altars, passim
-, Jesus altar, 27, 45, 108
-, God's Board, 109
-, portable altar, 9–10

Amber, see Beads

Ambry, s.v. Armory

Amice, s.v. Vestment

Anchorite, 17, 45, 102
-, —, see also Hermit

Anniversary, s.v. Commemoration

Apparel, s.v. Parura

Apprentices, 26–7, 32–3, 84, 106, 158

Ark
-, —, Red, in Lincoln Cathedral, 113, 138, 162

Armorial bearings, 15n, 16

Armour, 16

Aventail, s.v. Eventale

Aves, s.v. Aue[s]

B

Bachelor of decrees, 76
-, — of laws, 26, 76; see also Clifton, Higdon, Smith

Bags, ornamental, 42

Bailiff, 7, 43, 55, 70, 168, 179, see also Reeve

Baker, 17, 28–9

Banquer

Barber, 136

Bastard, 56, 159–60

Bead-roll
-, —, Sunday, 71

Beads, 43, 108, 129–30, 146, 165
-, —, amber, 120, 142, 153
-, —, coral, 17, 44, 84, 142
-, —, jet, 91, 142
-, —, white, 120, 131
-, —, wood (tre'n), 146
-, —, with Agnus Dei, 142

Bed, embroidered, with hangings, 17
-, —, Norfolk, 17
-, — with tester, hangings, 50, 54, 84, 130

Bed-stocks

Bell-loft, 103
-, — man, see Ringer
-, — tower, 9, 13n, 37, see also Steeple

Bells, 8, 20, 31, 38, 51, 68, 77, 84, 87, 95, 102, 114, 116, 124, 128, 133, 135, 137, 145, 169, 176, 183

Boiled skin, 16

Boll, cup called, 16

Bonnet, 165

Books, 1, 14, 16, 16n, 17, see also Coucher, Missal

Bowyer, 37

Breviary, 16, see also Coucher

Brewer, 9

Brewing vessels, 50, 61

Bridges, maintenance of, 2, 4, 27, 42, 104, 117–18

Buckles, ornamental, 6, 17, 35, 84, 156

Bucolics, book of, 1

Burial-day services, passim

Burnet, robe of, s.v. Burnetum

Butcher, 88

Butt

C

Calaber

Camlet

Candle, see Lights, Wax
-, — stick, 25, 38, 45, 53, 62, 77, 84, 103, 130
-, —, belled, 131
-, —, silver, 144

Carpet
-, — of Raynes, to cover the bodies of the dead, 6

Carter, 3, 17

Catertens

Cathedral Officials, see Index of Persons and Places, s.v. Lincoln

Causeways, see Roads

Celure

Chafing-dish

Chalice, 2, 14, 15, 25, 45, 71, 112

Chamberlain, 9, 17
-, — of gild, 85, 176

Chancellor, Lord, to be supervisor of will, 22

Chapels
-, Alford
-, Barton on Humber
-, Bennington, Long
-, Boston
-, Brigg
-, Croft
-, Doddington, Dry
-, Foston
-, Gedney
-, Hanthorpe
-, Harborough, Market
-, Heighington
-, Howsham
-, Martin [par. of Timberland]
-, Ormsby
-, Quadring Eaudyke
-, Saltfleet Haven
-, Sloothby
-, Spilsby
-, Sutton St. James
-, Toynton All Saints
-, Trusthorpe
-, Whaplode
-, of the Cross in the Sands, 178
-, of the Sea, 120
-, private, 9–10, 15

Chaplains, passim

Charger

Chasuble, s.v. Vestment

Chests, 3, 4, 6, 10, 38, 43, 45–6, 53, 60, 75, 91, 103, 167, 180, s.v. Arche, Ark, Hutch, Keyst

Cheverell

Chief justice of King's Bench, 11n

Child, maintained for God's sake, 25
-, —, see Orphans

Choir

Churchmasters

Church stile, 75
-, — wardens, -masters, 29, 44, 56, 62, 65, 71–2, 79, 89, 95–6, 98, 103, 106, 110, 123, 127, 129, 131, 141–3, 150–1, 153, 155, 157, 168, 171, 174, see also Kyrkgrawes, Kyrkmasteres

Churchwork, s.v. Fabric

Ciphus

Clerk
-, —, King's
-, —, parish, 26, 29, 67, 71, 94, 153, 171

Cloth, painted, s.v. Painted cloth
-, — of Cologne, 14

Clothing, passim, see also Bonnet, Doublet, Furs, Girdle, Gowns, Jacket, Supertunic, Tippet, Tunic, Vestment, Wimple

Coals, 36, 167

Cob-irons

Cologne, cloth of

Commemoration of the dead

Commendation, s.v. Commemoration

Common chamber of city of Lincoln, 106

Confessor, 114

Conveyances

Cook, 9, 17

Cope, s.v. Vestment

Coral, 17, 44, 84, 142

Corporas

Corvisor

Cossy

Costers, s.v. Costæ

Coucher

Courtepye

Court-roll, tenure by copy of, s.v. Copy

Cross, crucifix, 2, 15, 42, 46, 54, 59, 77, 92, 142, 150
-, — with Mary and John, 28, 68, 85
-, — see Rood

Cross-cloth

Cross in the Sands, chapel of the, 178

Cruets, s.v. Fial, Fiolae

Cup
-, — called 'Boll,' 16
-, — called 'Nutte,' 6, 15

Custom of city of Lincoln, 7, 28, 30, 32, see Lincoln

Custom work, land of the

D

Deacon, 8, 27, 68, 94
-, —, bequest to, for ringing, 27, 169

Deaconry

Deaconship, perpetual, founded, 68–9; also s.v. Commemoration

Dedications, rare—
-, of chapels—
-, St. Petronilla, 177
-, St. Sithe, 25
-, of churches—
-, St. Bavon, 4
-, of gilds—
-, St. Robert, 5
-, Seven Sleepers or Martyrs, 25, 115, 177
-, of lights—
-, St. Erasmus, 106
-, St. Ninian, 84
-, St. Sunday, 56, 150

Desking of a church, the

Devotion at altars

Dicker of leather

Dilapidations, s.v. Defectus

Dirige, s.v. Commemoration

Dishous

Doctor of decrees, see Draycottes, Halam, Pryn, Witter
-, — of divinity, 136

Donative, a, founded, s.v. Donatyffe

Dossal, s.v. Dosserium

Doublet

owry, wedding gift, 4, 5, 21, 54, 57, 67, 86, 91, 98, 117, 134, 168, 172, 176, 186

Draper, 35, 37, 85, 115, 141–2

Dubler

Dyer, 30

E

Enamel work of Limoges, 16, 16n

Esquire, 18, 55–6, 71, 75, 85–6, 113–14, 136, 141, 158, see also Gentleman

Ewer, gilt, 15

F

Fabric

Fishmonger, 136, 149

Friars, Orders of—
-, Beverley
-, Boston
-, Grantham
-, Grimsby
-, Hull
-, Lancaster
-, Lincoln
-, Lynn
-, Stamford

Furs, 3, 45
-, calaber
-, grice
-, fox, 23, 142, 150

Fustian

G

Gaberdine

Gallows

Garnish of vessels

Garth

Gauds

Gentleman, 19, 22–3, 30, 35–6, 39, 56–7, 59, 62, 76, 81–2, 97, 110, 113, 149, 153, 167, 183, 185

Gild—
-, — alderman of, 85, 135, 158, 176–7
-, — graceman of
-, — hall, 19, 100, 103
-, — sacristan of, 176
-, — wardens, 30

Gilds—
-, Barton on Humber
-, Bicker
-, Bolingbroke
-, Boston
-, Bourne
-, Burgh in the Marsh
-, Deeping, Market
-, Fosdyke
-, Frampton
-, Gosberton
-, Halton Holegate
-, Helpringham
-, Hogsthorpe
-, Horncastle
-, Huttoft
-, Keal, West
-, Kelsey, South
-, Kirkby cum Osgodby
-, Lincoln
-, Loughborough
-, Lutton in Sutton
-, Morton near Bourne
-, Moulton
-, Pinchbeck
-, Rasen, Market
-, Sleaford
-, Spalding
-, Stickford
-, Stickney
-, Sutton in the Marsh
-, Sutton, Long
-, Swineshead
-, Thimbleby
-, Thurlby near Bourne
-, Trusthorpe
-, Wyberton

Girdle, 6, 15, 17, 35, 43, 45, 53, 84, 91, 104, 120, 139, 142, 165

Goblet, s.v. Cup

Godchildren, 5, 26, 29, 42, 45, 56, 59, 65, 67, 69, 74, 81–4, 89, 92–3, 100, 108–10, 116–18, 120–2, 126, 129, 134, 139, 143, 148–9, 163, 167, 175, 178–9

Godfather, appointed executor, guardian, 144, 180

Gold plate, ornaments—
-, buckle, 17
-, crucifix, 68
-, cups, 15
-, embroidery, 13, 15
-, ewer, 15
-, ring, 35, 87, 142
-, see also Silver-gilt

Goldsmith, 155

Gowns, furred, 3, 17, 23, 69
-, —, wedding, 103, 116
-, —, slashed robe, 5

Gravestone, 27, 45, 150, 153

Grice

H

Handfast

Harnessed (girdles, etc.)

Harp given to ministrels' gild, 102

Head-sheet

Hearse

Heirlooms, 21, 83

Helmet, 16

Hermit, 145, 175n, 177
-, —, habit of, 177
-, —, see also Anchorite

Hermitage, 175n

Herrings, barrel of, 177

Hogshead of iron, s.v. Hoggeshed

Holiday, month's, for chantry priest, 72

Horse named Weller, 168

Horse-trees

Hospital for sick, 2
-, — for lepers, 2, 43
-, — for orphans, see Orphans
-, —, see Index of Persons and Places, s.v. Lincoln, St. Katherine's; Mere

Husbandman, 29, 82, 86, 101, 136, 178

Hutch

I-J

Illuminator

Images, 13, 23, 39, 68, 73, 77, 85, 88, 109, 148, 154–5, see also Cross

Inventory, 3–4

Jack

Jacket, 60, 84, 116
-, — of worsted, 177

Jesse, tapestry of, s.v. Jesse

Jeweller, 24

Jewelry, 91
-, —, buckle with gems, 6
-, —, cross set with stones, 15
-, —, girdle with pearls, 15
-, —, see also Aves, Beads, Enamel work, Gold plate, Pearls, Rings, Silver plate

K-L

Keyst

Kirkgraves, s.v. Kyrkgrawes

Kirkmasters, s.v. Kyrkmasteres

Kirtle

Knights, 9, 10, 11n, 12n, 13n, 15, 15n, 16, 16n, 19, 27, 38, 43–4, 60, 70–2, 85–6, 114, 184

Labourer, 7

Latten

Laundress, 6

Lawyer, 12n, 13n, see also Chancellor, Chief Justice, Notary

Lead, s.v. Plumbum

Leather, 84, 93, 147

Lepers, 2, 43

Lights, lamps, passim. Especially—
-, —, basyn, 51
-, —, festival, 77, 86
-, —, lantern
-, —, le dauncers, 56
-, —, perkes
-, — before the crucifix, 63, 67–8
-, — before images, 39
-, — before the rood, 2, 42, 62, 123, 137, 139, 153, 168
-, —, sacrament, 54, 62, 86, 106, 113, 138
-, —, sepulchre
-, —, 'skasse', 131
-, —, torch, 66, 84, 135
-, —, wessall, 132
-, —, twelve in one church named, 84
-, — see also Rowel, Wax

M

Maniple, s.v. Vestment

Mantle, cloak, 2, 3, 17, 45, 84

Mantulata

Marble (cloth)

Maslin (corn)

Maslin (a metal)

Mason, 9

Mass-pence

Masses
-, at Scala Caeli
-, Jesus, 87
-, of Corpus Christi, 12
-, of the Five Wounds, 41, 102, 153–4
-, of Requiem, s.v. Commemoration
-, of St. Mary, 8, 10, 12, 13
-, of Salus populi

Mayor, 7, 35, 106

Mazer, s.v. Cup

Mercer, 26, 29, 76, 107, 177

Merchant, 29, 85, 177
-, — of the Staple, 175

Mill, 34, 35, 38, 61–2, 75, 83, 93, 124, see also Windmill

Miller, 17

Minster or Monastery, the title applied to the church of Lincoln

Minstrels' gild, 102

Missal, masboke, 27, 45, 71

Monasteries, Religious Houses—
-, Alvingham
-, Bardney
-, Barlings
-, Beauvale
-, Bourne
-, Bullington
-, Castleacre
-, Catley
-, Coventry
-, Coverham
-, Fosse
-, Freiston
-, Garendon
-, Gokewell
-, Gracedieu
-, Greenfield
-, Grimsby
-, Hagnaby
-, Haverholme
-, Heynings
-, Hinton St. George
-, Hull
-, Irford
-, Kirby Bellars
-, Kirkstead
-, Langley
-, Laund
-, Legbourne
-, Lincoln, St. Katherine's
-, London
-, Louth Park
-, Markby
-, Newbo
-, Newstead
-, Revesby
-, Rothwell
-, Sixhills
-, Spalding
-, Stainfield
-, Stamford
-, Stixwold
-, Swineshead
-, Tattershall
-, Thornton Curtis
-, Torksey
-, Tupholme
-, Ulverscroft
-, Vaudey
-, Watton
-, Wellow
-, Witham Friary
-, See also Friars

Mortmain

Mortuary

N

Names, unusual—
-, of men—
-, Dyfrig, 4
-, Erasmus, 31
-, Huigg' or Hingg', 3
-, Ott', 49
-, Valentine, 58
-, of women—
-, Aubree, Abry, 6, 83
-, Collet, 62
-, Esayt, 187
-, Isoude, 6
-, Lecia, 2–4
-, Magota, 6
-, Mariora, 2, 4
-, Sabyne, 180

Needlework, embroidery, 13–15, 17, 42, 44
-, — see also Girdle, Ornaments

Norfolk bed, 17

Notary, public, 156

Note (musical notation)

Nun, 11, 17, 21, 84

Nut, Nutte, cups called, 6, 15

O

Obit, s.v. Commemoration

Oboe, s.v. Hobohe

Organs, 77
-, — player, bequest of a cow for the maintenance of an, 169

Ornaments, church—
-, dossal and costers, 9
-, orphray of cloth of Cologne, 14
-, tapestry of Jesse, 9
-, See also Candlestick, Chalice, Cross, Cruets, Images, Pyx, Tabernacle, Vestment

Orphans, poor children, see Index of Persons and Places, s.v. Lincoln, St. Katherine's

P-Q

Parchment, missal of, 27

Patlet

Pearls, 15

Pece, s.v. Cup

Peridot

Perkes light

Pewter, 25, 45, 54, 84, 100, 109, 120, 131, 144, 147

Pewterer, 26

Pilgrimage, places of, 71, 73, 126, 143

Pittance

Placebo, s.v. Commemoration

Plates

Plough, wain, farm implements, 3, 4, 40–1, 68, 73, 75, 88, 90, 174, etc.

Porch, church, burial in, 120, 183

Posnet

Pottinger

Prices in 13th century, 3, 4

Priests, passim

Privilege Place

Purgatory, 76

Pyx, pyx-cloth, s.v. Pyx

Quatertemps, s.v. Catertens

R

Raynes, cloth of

Recorder of Lincoln, 44

Reeve, 2, 4, 6, 9, 10, see also Bailiff

Rigg

Ringer, bell-man, 13, 27, 67, 71, 95, 105, 119, 169, 176

Rings, 16, 35, 87, 91, 103, 142

Roads, causeways, maintenance of, 49, 79, 116, 128, 130, 144, 150, 168, 178, 183, 185

Rogation-tide, 71

Rood, 42, 46, 62, 104, 135
-, — loft, 66, 106, 147
-, — —, painting of, 27, 127

Rosaries, s.v. Pair of rosaries

Rouncy

Rowel, roundel, s.v. Rowel

S

Sack, friars of the

Sacring time

Sacrist, sacristan

Saddle, 45, 165

Sallet

Salts, 34, 50, 84, 91, 102, 131

Say

Scala Caeli, mass at

Schools, scholars, 10, 47, 84, 122, 131, 148

Seal, silver, 1
-, — of chapter, 11, 18, 19
-, — of city, 88
-, — of convent, 175, 187
-, — of dean of Christianity, 7
-, — of private persons, 1, 7, 11, 19, 30, 156

Secular priest

Selion

Serge

Servants, men—6, 9, 17, 22, 25, 45, 67–8, 73, 104, 110, 128, 145–7, 149–51, 173, 175, 177, see also Cook, Shepherd
-, —, women—6, 9, 27, 50, 60–1, 69, 84, 98, 101, 104, 106, 110, 122, 136, 145, 149, 151, 157, 168

Services, rents, 4, 29

Seventh day after death, celebration of, s.v. Commemoration

Shearman

Shepherd, 6, 110

Sheriff, 34

Ship, boat, 60, 73, 104, 120
-, — called 'le Germayn,' 36

Shoemaker, 26, 37, 69, 83–5

Shop, 'le Shope,' 36

Shrine of St. Hugh, s.v. St. Hugh

Side Coat

Sign of the George, house with, 151

Silk, 14, 15, 17, 183

Silver plate, ornaments—
-, aglets, 130
-, buckle, 6, 35, 84
-, candlesticks, 144
-, crucifix, 142
-, cruets, 14, 27
-, cup, 5–6, 15, 17, 21, 50, 83, etc.
-, dishes, 15
-, girdle, 43, 84, 142
-, hooks, 131
-, peces, 5, 15–17, 22, 44, 84
-, ring, 103, 142
-, salts, 34, 50, 84
-, seal, 1
-, See also Spoons

Silver-gilt plate, ornaments, 45, 142
-, cross, 15, 28, 85
-, cup, 5, 21, 85, 114
-, image, 13

Singing bread and wine

Skene

Skinner, 37

Smith, 30, 113, 156

Spoons, silver, 6, 25, 35–7, 49, 55, 81, 83–4, 91, 110, 139, 155, 174
-, — —, Apostles', 26

Spurs, 165

Stalls, desks, in churches, 41, 43, 54, 62

Staple of Calais

Steeple, 39, 89, 98, 143, see also Bell-tower

Sunday bead-roll, 71

Supertunic

Surplice, 43

Sword, 1, 142
-, — from Scotland, 1

T

Tabernacle

Table

Table, folding, 61

Tablets, enamelled, 16, 16n

Tailor, 29, 83
-, —, woman, 29

Tanner, 29, 34, 83–5, 93

Tapers, board for making, 5
-, —, see also Lights, Wax

Tapestry of Jesse, s.v. Jesse

Tawny

Thack-board, s.v. Thackborde

Thirtieth day, s.v. Commemoration

Through, a, s.v. Thrugh

Tippet, 24

Toft

Toga

Tools, carpenter's, 32

Torch

Towel

Trental, s.v. Commemoration
-, — of St. Gregory, s.v. Commemoration

Tunic
-, — called Jakytt, 60

U-Y

University degrees, 26, 76, 110, 136

Use, liturgy, of Lincoln, Sarum, York

Velvet, 13–15, 42, 45, 81, 84, 139

Vestment

Virgate

Visitation of the sick, s.v. Lantern-light

Vowess

Wand, official carrying, 8, 13

Wardens of altars, 12, 13, see also Churchwardens, Gild

Wax, candle, taper, torch, 2, 5, 8, 12, 26–7, 29, 56, 62, 71, 73, 80, 86, 95, 105–6, 119, 123, 126, 139, 147, 153, 163, 168, 186, see also Lights, Rowel, Serge, Torch

Weaver, 142

Wife, a, must be ruled and not rule, 22

Will, confession concerning, 19

Wimple, 3

Windmill, 34–5, 38, see also Mill

Wong

Works, churchwork, s.v. Fabric

Yeoman, 57, 74, 81, 141



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