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Unless otherwise indicated, references are to the number of the entry and not to the page. Etc. following the name of a parish indicates that minor variants have not been included in the heading. For other points concerning the Index, see p. xxix.

A

Aas, Richard, 238

Abbeys, see Religious houses: abbeys & priories

Abbot, Abbott:
-, John, sheriff, p. 105
-, Thomas, rector of Strethall, Essex, 274

Abchurch Lane, Abcherchelane, 219

Abdeby, William, cit. & mercer, 231

Abraham:
-, Agnes wife of John, 158
-, John, 158
-, Ralph, 177
-, William, 251
-, William, sheriff, pp. 123–4, 126

Abridgment of plaint, see Legal matters

Accoumb, brother Nicholas, 'socius' of the prior of the church of Clerkenwell, 202

Acreman, Robert, 259

Acres, John, 266, 269–70

Acton, William, 140

Adam:
-, Geoffrey, 169
-, John, goldsmith, 134
-, Walter, 231

Adewell, William de, 272

Adjournments, see Legal matters: respites

Advent, licence to take an assize during, see Legal matters

Ady, Thomas, 273

Aguylon:
-, Joan wife of William, 181
-, Robert, kt., 181, 226
-, William, 181

Alan son of Peter, 231

Aldeburgh, William, 157, 169

Aldenham, John, 223

Aldermen:
-, court of, plaint of intrusion entered in, p. xiv n
-, functions of, in early possessory assizes, pp. xiv–xvii
-, jury of, p. xv
-, See also Mayor & aldermen

Alderne, Adam, 199

Aldersgate Street, Aldrichegatestrete, 233

Aldersgate ward, jurors of, 276–8

Aldrichegatestrete, see Aldersgate Street

Alegate, see Algate

Alexander of London, 'ferron', 181

Aleyn, see Allen

Alfeld, Richard, deputy-coroner, pp. 78, 93

Algate, Alegate:
-, Idonea daughter of William de, wife of John de Stokyngbury, 179
-, Joan daughter of William de, wife of John de Blockele, 179
-, John de, 8, 17
-, Margaret Chelrey wife of William de, 179
-, Robert de, 53
-, Thomas son of Robert de, 53
-, William de, cit. & potter, 179

Alien, see Legal matters

Alienations, see Legal matters

Alisaundre, Roger, 177

Alkington, Daniel, 281

All Hallows Barking, etc., property in the par. of, 46, 55–6, 86

All Hallows Bread Street, etc., property in the par. of, 70, 201, 208, 247, 255, 265

All Hallows Graschirch, see All Hallows Lombard Street

All Hallows the Great, at Hay, etc.:
-, parishioner of, 218
-, property in the par. of, 117, 173, 228, 230, 272

All Hallows Honey Lane, etc.:
-, parsons of: Richard Jepe, 193, 203; Henry Stalyng, 193
-, property in the par. of, 115

All Hallows the Less, property in the par. of, 117

All Hallows Lombard Street, Graschirch, property in the par. of, 212

All Hallows London Wall, atte Walle, etc., property in the par. of, 78, 192

All Hallows Staining, etc.:
-, parishioners and churchwardens of, 124
-, property in the par. of, 1, 124, 252, 277–8
-, rector of: John Cory, 124

All Hallows atte Walle, see All Hallows London Wall

Allard, William, 264, 266, 268–70

Allen, Aleyn:
-, Geoffrey, 10
-, John, 281
-, Maud wife of Geoffrey, 10
-, Thomas, cit.&mercer, 266

Alley, Richard, sheriff, 266; his undersheriff, see Byrkes, Roger

Alms, see Legal matters

Alresford, New, Hants., chapel of, 210

Alton, Aultoun, Hants., 6

Amercements, see Legal matters

Amyas, Stephen de, 37

Andrew, Andreu, Andrewe:
-, John, 143, 145, 164, 168, 180
-, William (I), 176
-, William (II), 237
-, William, chandler, 96

Anfeld, William, 270

Anketyl, Anketil, John, cit., 70; his kinsman Nicholas, 70

Anne, Alexander, undersheriff, 228n, p. xiii n

Anniversary, bequest for celebration of an, 87

Apothecaries, see Trades&occupations

Apparrye, Hugh, 274

Appelby, Appulby:
-, John, 220
-, Thomas, chaplain, 139
-, Thomas, clerk, 123, 146

Apulderfeld, William, 152

Aqura, Aucra, William de, goldsmith, 84

Arbitration, see Legal matters

Archdeacons of London, see Kentwode, Reginald; Rising, William de

Arches, dean of, 142

Ardern(e):
-, Henry de, 16
-, brother John de, prior of the Austin Friars, 111
-, John son of Henry de, 16
-, Richard, 169, 173

Armourers, see Trades&occupations

Armurer, Simon le, of Fleet Street, 47

Armynters, John de, 117

Arnold(e), Arnald:
-, John, 199, 234
-, Margery wife of Thomas, 105, p. xxiii
-, Richard, 277
-, Robert, 223
-, Robert, sheriff, p. 103
-, Thomas, 105, p. xxiii
-, William, 188

Arundell, Elizabeth, prioress of Holywell, 245

Askeby, Henry, 146

Askerne, master Peter de, clerk, 209

Askham, William de, 210

Aspal, Alan de, 40

Assault, see Legal matters

Asselyn, Henry, 137

Assh(e), Assch:
-, Robert de, 96, 112
-, William, 263
-, William de, 117

Asshedon, John de, clerk, 119

Assheford, William, 123, 172

Asshendene, John de, 14

Asshewell, John de, 118 (p. 38), 119, 176

Asshewy:
-, Richard de, p. xviii n
-, Stephen de, 19
-, Stephen son of Stephen de, 19

Astell:
-, Anthony, 267
-, John, churchwarden of St. Peter Westcheap, 239

Aston:
-, John(I), 138
-, John(II), 232
-, John(III), 273

Athelard(e), Atthelard:
-, John, 237, 241, 246
-, Robert, 187

Atherston, Thomas, rector of St. Margaret Bridge Street, 200

Attewater, John, 255, see also Water, John atte

Atthelard, see Athelard

Attorneys, see Legal matters

Attornment, see Legal matters

Aubrey, Aubray:
-, John, 208
-, John, sheriff, p. 50

Aucra, see Aqura

Audenere, Nicholas, 123

Aultoun, see Alton, Hants.

Aumbresbyre, Walter de, cit.&goldsmith, 261

Aunsel:
-, Denise wife of Robert, 95, 106
-, Robert, 95, 106

Auntres, Auntrus, William, 237, 244, 246, 248

Austin Friars, prior of: John de Arderne, 111

Austyn, Robert, 218

Aylef, William, 259

Aylemere, see Aylmer

Aylesbury, Bucks., 229

Aylesbury, Philip de, kt., 258

Aylesham, John de, sheriff, pp. 8, 44

Aylewyn:
-, Rose wife of Walter, 158
-, Walter, 158

Aylmer, Aylemere:
-, John, 120 (p. 42)
-, Thomas, 200, 207

Aynesham, William, 171

Ayot, William de, 191

Ayscoghe, William, 255

B

B[ ], John, 116

Babbecray, Joan, 156

Babbington, Babyngton:
-, Edwin, 274
-, William, chief justice, 248, 268

Backhouse, Rowland, 281

Bacon, Bacoun, Bacun:
-, John, cit.&grocer, 247
-, John, prior of St. Bartholomew Smithfield, 215
-, Richard, 68, 73

Badby, Thomas, 232, 253

Badowe, Hugh, 208

Bailiffs, see Legal matters

Bailly, le, without Neugate, see Old Bailey

Bailly, see Bayly

Baker(e):
-, John, 180
-, Stephen, cordwainer, 132
-, William, salter, 280 (pp. 135–7)

Bakers, see Trades&occupations

Bakton, Thomas, 182

Bakwell, Thomas de, 111

Balauncer, Ralph le, sheriff, p. 130

Baldeswell:
-, Joan wife of Thomas de, 100
-, Thomas de, goldsmith, 100

Ballard:
-, Alan, of Sutton, 87
-, John, 187, 193, 194 (p. 80), 197, 216, 224
-, Nicholas, chaplain, 151
-, Richard, 56

Balle:
-, John, deputy-coroner, p. 91
-, William, 183, 218

Balley, John, 202

Bamburgh, Robert, 227, 245

Bamme, Adam, sheriff, pp. 64–5

Bampton:
-, Isolda relict of John, 153
-, John, 153
-, Walter de, 40

Bamridge, John, 278

Banastre, Richard, 232

Banham, John de, 40

Barber, Barbour:
-, Ellen wife of Matthew, 27
-, John, 40
-, Matthew son of Thomas le, of Bread Street, 27, 35
-, Thomas, 277–9
-, Thomas le, 28
-, Thomas le, beadle, 84
-, Thomas le, of Bread Street, 27, 35

Barbers, see Trades&occupations

Barber-surgeon, see Trades&occupations

Barbican, le Berbycan, 267

Barbour, see Barber

Baret:
-, Eleanor wife of William(I), 208
-, Henry, 142–3, 170, 173, 272
-, William(I), cit.&merchant, 208, 247
-, William(II), sheriff, pp. 54, 130

Barker, George, 280 (pp. 135–7)

Barlowe, John, 279

Barnet:
-, John atte, mercer, 51
-, John, churchwarden of St. Peter Westcheap, 239
-, Lawrence atte, 93
-, Robert, alias Hoddesdon, 266

Barnham, Benedict, sheriff, pp. 134–5

Baron, John, 241

Barowe, Barwe:
-, John, clerk, 152, 223
-, Thomas, 191, 201–2, 208, 224, 227, 229, 231, 240

Barry, John, 211

Bartlote, Bartelot, John, 235, 249, 251

Barton(e):
-, Alice wife of Thomas de, 95
-, Henry, cit., 262
-, Henry, sheriff, pp. 93, 96
-, John, 188
-, John, sen., 247
-, Ralph, 263
-, Richard, 190
-, Thomas de, of Humber, 95

Barwe, see Barowe

Basing, Bassynges:
-, Hugh de, 192
-, sir Robert de, 202

Basket, Roger atte, 123–4

Basset, Bassett:
-, George, 278
-, John, 218

Bassishaw, Bassieshawe ward, jurors in, 281

Bassynges, see Basing

Bastardy, see Legal matters

Basyngstok(e):
-, Richard de, cit., 194 (pp. 79–80)
-, Richard de, sheriff, p. 19

Batell, Thomas, cit.&mercer, 252, 257

Bathe, John, 147

Baudry:
-, John, 113
-, Maud relict of John, 113

Bauquelle, John de, 202

Baybroke, William, 220

Bayly, Bailly:
-, Thomas, chaplain, renter of the dean & chapter of St. Paul's, 184
-, William, 226

Baynard, Richard, 229

Baynton, Christopher, 255

Beadles, see Trades&occupations

Beadmaker, see Trades&occupations

Beauchamp, Robert, plumber, 121

Beaufront, John, 180

Beaume:
-, Ellen wife of Gerard de, 17
-, Gerard de, 17

Beaumond:
-, Thomas, 235
-, Thomas, cit.&salter, 265; sheriff, p. 118

Beauner, William, 61

Beaw(e), see Bowe

Bedeford, William de, 56

Bedel, Bedell:
-, Edmund, 192
-, Roger le, 13

Bedfordshire, see Woburn

Beke, John, 269–70

Bele, John, 186

Belgrave, William, rector of St. Mary Magdalen Milk Street, 202

Belhomme:
-, John, 131
-, William, 131, 133, 158, 165

Bell(e):
-, Henry, 265
-, John atte, 125
-, John, prior of Elsing Spital, 256
-, John, rector of St. Michael Queenhithe, 280 (pp. 135–7)

Beltham, John de, 131

Benedict, Thomas, court-hand writer, 276

Benet, Bennett:
-, John, 143
-, John father of Thomas(I), 150
-, John, chaplain, 219, 221
-, Thomas(I), of Newton, 150
-, Thomas(II), sheriff, p. 135

Bengeo, Bengeho, Benioie:
-, John, 26, 103, p. 32
-, Richard, 196, 198

Bennett, see Benet

Benstede:
-, Agnes daughter of Thomas, wife of Robert Wodhull, 121
-, John(I), 121
-, John(II) son of John(I), 121
-, Robert de, 40
-, Thomas son of John(I), 121

Bente, John, 276

Bentelay, William, 175

Bentele, John, 202

Benton:
-, [ ], 260
-, John, 273
-, Richard, 261, 269

Benyngton, John, 226

Berbowe, John, 207

Berbycan, le, see Barbican

Berdenne:
-, Alice daughter of Walter(I), wife of Hugh Cote, 211
-, Walter(I), 211
-, Walter(II) son of Walter(I), 211

Bere, Richard, 175

Berghe, William, rector of St. Christopher le Stocks, 270

Bergrove, John, 189

Berkhampsted, Berkhamsted(e):
-, John de, of Fleet Street, 85
-, Robert de, 93
-, brother Thomas, master of St. Thomas of Acon, 93

Berkshire, see Cumnor; New Windsor

Berkyng:
-, John son of Ralph de, 37
-, Ralph de, 37
-, Richard de, sheriff, p. 2
-, Robert de, goldsmith, 209
-, William, 259, 262
-, William de, goldsmith, 102
-, William, jun., fishmonger, 179

Berle:
-, Margery relict of Richard de, 217
-, Richard de, 217

Bermondsey, Bermundeseye, Bermoundeseye, Surrey, priory, later abbey, of St. Saviour at:
-, abbots of: William Drynkwater, 216; Henry Thompston, 216, 222, 224
-, monk of: Ralph, 216
-, priors of: Bernard, 222; Bertrand, 170; Richard Dunton, 170, 172

Bernard:
-, Katherine, p. xxvii n
-, Roger, p. xxvii n

Bernes:
-, Benedicta wife of John, 184
-, John, 184
-, John, sheriff, p. 68

Bernwell, Bernewell, Thomas, sheriff, pp. 113, 114n; his undersheriff, see Burgoyne, Thomas

Berthun, rectius Bertilmew, see Bertilmew

Bertilmew, William, 134

Bertyn, Robert, 262, 266

Beseville, John de, tailor, 101

Besouth, Bysouth(e):
-, John, 147
-, Thomas, 198, 206, 212

Best(e):
-, John, 118 (p. 39)
-, John le, horner, 72

Beth, Henry atte, 130

Bethewater, Bythewater, John, sheriff, p. 102; warden of the mystery of Goldsmiths, 244

Betoigne, Betoygne:
-, Isabel wife of Thomas de(II), 118 (pp. 39–40)
-, Joan daughter of Richard de(I), 118 (pp. 39–40)
-, John(I) brother of Richard de(I), 118 (pp. 38–9)
-, John(II) son of John de(I), 118 (pp. 38–40)
-, John(III) son of Thomas de(I), 118 (pp. 38–40)
-, Margaret wife of Richard de(I), 25, 118 (p. 40)
-, Richard de (I), 25, 118 (pp. 38–40)
-, Richard(II) son of Thomas de(I), 118 (pp. 39–40)
-, Robert, 224
-, Thomas(I) brother of Richard de(I), 118 (pp. 38–9)
-, Thomas(II) son of Richard de(I), 118 (pp. 38–40)

Bette, Henry, 252

Bever(e):
-, Henry, rector of St. Peter le Poor, 138, 195
-, Robert, 266

Beverage, Bevereche:
-, Robert, 126
-, William, 229, 232, 239

Beverle:
-, John de, 116
-, John de, king's esquire, 150; his mother, see Gisors, Maud

Bighton, Byketon, John de, rector of Bighton, Hants., 210

Bilk, Thomas, chaplain of the chantry of Walter Waldeschef in St. Michael Paternoster Royal, 142–3

Billing, Billyng(e), Thomas, undersheriff, 260, 262, 264, 269, pp. xiii n, 122n, 129n

Billingsgate ward, jurors of, 277–9

Bills of intrusion, see Legal matters

Billyng(e), see Billing

Bishop of London, 10–11, 19, 22–3, 50, 118, p. xvii
-, commissary-general of, 244
-, See also Clifford, Richard; Newport, Richard de

Bishopsgate, Bisshopesgate, ward, 257

Bisshop, William, 120 (p. 42)

Bisshopesgate, see Bishopsgate

Blacthorn, see Blakthorne

Blage, Michael, 279

Blakeneye:
-, Parnel wife of Ralph, afterwards wife of John de Northampton, 177–8
-, Ralph, 177–8

Blaket, John, p. 12

Blakthorne, Blacthorn:
-, John, 166
-, John, abbot of Thame, 248

Blanford, William de, saddler, 19

Blanket, John, 143

Blaunche:
-, John(I), 115
-, John(II), 269

Blithe, see Blyth

Bliton, see Blyton

Blockele:
-, Joan wife of John de, 179
-, John de, 179

Blomvill, John, 230

Blosse, Thomas, 182

Blound, Robert le, 271

Blounnie:
-, Christine relict of Stephen, pp. xv, xxiii
-, Stephen, pp. xv, xxiii

Blounte, see Blunte

Blower, William, 277

Blunte, Blounte, Robert, attorney, 268–9

Blyth, Blithe:
-, Peter de, 40
-, Roger, 218

Blyton, Bliton, William, attorney, 254–5, 258–9, 261, 264

Bocher, John, woodmonger, 209

Bodvyle, William, 262

Bokbynder, Stephen, 129

Bokel, John, capper, 202

Bokeler, Boqueler:
-, Christian le, father of John Cristian, 256
-, John, 196, 198, 206

Bokelond:
-, Joan wife of Richard(II), 210
-, Richard(I), 263
-, Richard(II), of New Alresford, 210

Bokerell, Andrew, mayor, 181

Bokhurst:
-, Alice wife of Nicholas de, formerly wife of William de Braye, sen., 28, 30
-, Nicholas de, alias Braye, 28, 30

Bokkyng, John, 147

Bole:
-, Henry le, sheriff, 209
-, John, 116
-, John le, 271
-, John son of Robert, 60
-, Robert, skinner, 60

Boleyn(e), Geoffrey, warden of the mystery of Mercers, 257; sheriff, pp. 122, 124

Bolyngbrok, William de, 35

Bonacours:
-, Francis, lombard, 98
-, Gregory, lombard, 98

Bonauntre, Bonaunter:
-, John, 199
-, Thomas, 180
-, William, 196, 198, 206, 212, 223

Bonde:
-, Joan wife of Simon, formerly wife of John de Wyrhale, 127 (p. 47)
-, Simon, 127 (p. 47)

Boneire, John, jeweller, 204

Boner(e), Bonner:
-, Geoffrey, 107
-, John, 253
-, John son of William, 107
-, Thomas, 281
-, William, 107

Boneton, Adam, 140

Bonevylle, Joan, 155

Bonner, see Boner

Bookbinder, see Trades&occupations

Boqueler, see Bokeler

Borham, Boram, Boreham, John, 220, 239, 245

Bosele, Henry, p. xxvii

Boseworth, Henry, 182

Bosham, John, sheriff, 142, p. 54

Boteller, Boteler, Botiller:
-, John, cit., 229
-, John, draper, 102
-, Robert, 261, 265–6

Botelston, Geoffrey de, skinner, 114

Botener, see Botoner

Boterwyk, John, 175

Botiller, see Boteller

Boton, William, 236

Botoner, Botener:
-, Amabel relict of Gregory le, 32
-, Cecily daughter of Gregory le, 32
-, Gregory le, 32
-, Joan wife of John, afterwards wife of Roger Buntyng and then of Hugh de Stafford, 50
-, John, 50

Botreaux, William, 231

Botsham, Bottesham:
-, John de, 126
-, John, prior of St. Mary Overy, 273

Bottlemaker, see Trades&occupations

Bourcer:
-, Bartholomew, kt., 207
-, Idonea wife of Bartholomew, 207

Boure, Hugh atte, 60

Bourer, John, 186, 211–12

Bourne:
-, Joan wife of John, 156
-, John, burgess of Bristol, 156

Bovedon, Adam, 145

Bovyndon, Bovyngdon:
-, John de, 115
-, William, master of St. Thomas of Acon, 216

Bowe, Beaw(e):
-, Richard, 234
-, Thomas atte, cordwainer, 115
-, Walter, 267

Bowechyng, Robert, 195

Bower, Guy, 275

Bowyere, Walter, 118 (p. 39)

Box(e):
-, Martin, alderman, 217
-, Thomas, 280 (p. 136)

Boys, Hugh, 146

Brabasoun, Adam, 115; sheriff, p. 19

Brackeleye, see Brakeleye

Bracy, John, 257–8, 266, 269

Bradborne, Francis, 274

Bradbury, Robert, 207

Bradeford:
-, John, 172
-, Margaret wife of John, 172

Bradman, James, attorney, 273

Bradmede, John, 91

Bradmore:
-, John, 267
-, Nicholas son of John, 267

Brakeleye, Brackeleye:
-, Margery wife of Robert, 177–8
-, Robert de, butcher, 177–8

Brakenbergh, Brakenebergh, Brakenborgh:
-, Joan wife of Thomas de(I), 95, 106
-, Thomas de(I), 95, 106
-, Thomas de(II), cit.&merchant, 210

Brampton:
-, Robert, 187
-, Thomas, sen., 183
-, William, churchwarden of St. Pancras, 260–1
-, William de, 2

Brandon, Thomas de, sheriff, p. 37

Brassyngton:
-, Joan wife of Robert, 156
-, Robert, clerk, 156

Brattle, Richard, 279

Braughyng, brother Edmund de, prior of St. Bartholomew Smithfield, 115

Braunceby, William, saddler, 127 (p. 46)

Braunche, Lawrence, 261

Braunston, Richard, 196

Bravisham, see Brevisham

Braye:
-, Alice wife of William(II), afterwards wife of Nicholas de Braye, alias Bokhurst, 28, 30
-, Juliana daughter of Nicholas de(IV), 28, 30
-, Juliana wife of Nicholas de(IV), afterwards wife of Andrew Turk, 28, 30
-, Nicholas de(I), 34
-, Nicholas de(II), alias Bokhurst, 28, 30
-, Nicholas(III) brother of William de (II), 28, 30
-, Nicholas de(IV), cit.&woolman, 28, 30
-, Sibyl wife of Nicholas de(I), 34
-, William de(I), cit.&stockfishmonger, 62, 65
-, William de(II), sen., cit.&woolman, 28, 30
-, William(III) son of William de(I), 62, 65
-, William(IV) son of William(II), 28, 30

Brayles, John, 195

Brayyngge, Ralph de, 231

Bread Street, Bredestrete, 35

Brembre, Nicholas, sheriff, p. 49

Bremysgrove, Nicholas, clerk, 194 (pp. 79–80)

Brendewode:
-, John de, 40
-, Robert, 201–3, 208, 216, 224

Brenley, Robert, 205

Brente, William, beadmaker, 175

Bret, Brette:
-, Alan, 184, 234
-, Henry le, 181
-, John le, 35
-, Simon, 181
-, William le, 181

Bretford:
-, Henry, 120 (p. 42)
-, Richard, 212

Breton, Bretun, Bretoun:
-, John (le), kt., warden of London, 202, 209
-, Philip, kt., warden of London, 217

Brette, see Bret

Bretyn, John, 31

Brevisham, Bravisham, Bartholomew, 261, 265

Brewer, Richard, see Legal matters: fictitious persons

Brewers, see Trades&occupations

Brewhouses, 50, 87, 258

Bricet, Thomas, executor of John Walcote, 255

Bricheford, Richard, 156

Bricklayer, see Trades&occupations: tiler&bricklayer

Brid, Bridde, Bryd:
-, Beatrice wife of John, cit., 122
-, John, brewer, 92
-, John, cit., 122
-, John de, 97

Bridge ward, jurors of, 279

Bright, Bryght:
-, Richard, 232
-, Robert, 171

Brikles, Brikelys, Brikkles, Brykles:
-, John, 230, 245
-, William, 168, 173, 272

Briklesworth, Bryklesworth:
-, John(I), clerk, 195
-, John de(II), 94, 108
-, John(III) son of William de, cit., 56, 195
-, Lettice wife of John(III), 195
-, Richard son of John(III), 195
-, William de, cit., 56

Bristol, burgess of, 156

Bristowe, Brystowe:
-, Robert de, dyer, 37
-, Thomas, chaplain, 226
-, William de, cordwainer, 32

Brittany, 21

Broderers, see Trades&occupations

Brodok, John, 207, 212

Broghyng, John, 186

Brok(e), see Brook

Broker, see Trades&occupations

Brokesbourne:
-, Edmund, 207
-, Idonea wife of Edmund, afterwards wife of Bartholomew Bourcer, 207

Brokesby, Bartholomew, 280

Brome:
-, Robert atte, clerk, 108
-, Robert de, chaplain, 53
-, William atte, 131, 147–8

Bromflet, see Brounflet

Bromlegh, Lawrence de, kt., 152

Brompton, Brumptone:
-, Hugh de, 92
-, William de, girdler, 37

Brook, Brok(e):
-, Geoffrey, cit.&grocer, 218; sheriff, pp. 93–4, 96
-, Geoffrey de, 181
-, John(I), 124
-, John(II), 237, 241
-, Walter, 131

Brookebancke, William, 274

Broughton, Richard, 262

Broun(e), see Browne

Brounflet(e), Bromflet:
-, Robert, deputy-coroner, pp. 85, 87, 90
-, William, deputy-coroner, pp. 84, 89

Brounyng, Solomon, 56

Brownbakers, see Trades&occupations: bakers

Browne, Broun(e), Brune, Brunne:
-, Gilbert, 177
-, Henry, rector of St. Vedast, 244
-, John(I), p. xiii
-, John(II), 204, 223
-, Lucy wife of Robert, 122
-, Margery wife of Thomas(I), 81
-, Ralph, 133
-, Richard, 115, 118 (p. 39)
-, Richard, ironmonger, alias Petigru, 98
-, Robert, 122
-, Roger de, 217
-, Stephen, 232
-, Stephen, sheriff, p. 108; his undersheriff, see Wilton, John
-, Thomas(I), 81
-, Thomas(II), 276
-, William, 98
-, William, chaplain of the chantry at the Lady altar in St. Mary Woolnoth, 219

Brudeford, Brugeford, John de, 191

Bruges, Brugges, Flanders, 258

Bruges, William, Garter King of Arms, 263

Brugge, Philip atte, 142–3

Brugges, see Bruges

Brumptone, see Brompton

Brune, Brunne, see Browne

Brunskill, Robert, 277

Bryan:
-, Joan wife of John, 209
-, John, 209
-, John, clerk, 268
-, William, 182, 200, 220

Bryd, see Brid

Bryght, see Bright

Brykles, see Brikles

Bryklesworth, see Briklesworth

Brystowe, see Bristowe

Buckinghamshire, see Aylesbury; Notley

Buckley, Edward, 274

Buckram, 'bokeram', two pieces of, taken as distresses, 231

Bugge, Stephen, 188–9, 191

Buksted(e):
-, John, 120 (p. 42), 131
-, John de, carpenter, 115

Bullocke, Bullok:
-, John, tapicer, 94
-, Sibyl wife of John, 94
-, William, 280 (pp. 135–7)

Bulman, Thomas, 279

Bulstrode, John, 222

Bulthorp, Nicholas, 247

Buntyng:
-, Joan wife of Roger, formerly wife of John Botoner, 50
-, John, 147, 149, 161
-, Margery, prioress of St. Helen Bishopsgate, 185
-, Roger, brewer, 50

Burcestre:
-, Margaret wife of William, 164
-, William, kt., 164

Burden, Burdeyn, William, 140, 171, 184

Burdon, Richard, 264, 266, 268–70

Burellers, see Trades&occupations

Burgage tenements, see Legal matters

Bures:
-, John de, 196
-, John, prior of Crutched Friars, 152, 223
-, John, sheriff, p. 68
-, Richard, 194 (p. 80), 231

Burford, Robert, 223

Burgate:
-, John, chandler, 136
-, Maud wife of Walter, 108
-, Richard, 195
-, Walter, of Woodford, 108

Burgeys, John, 182

Burgoyn(e), Thomas, undersheriff, 257, 261, 263, 265, 267, p. 114n

Burley, Burlee:
-, Elizabeth, 165
-, Elizabeth relict of Robert, 264
-, Robert, cit.&mercer, 264

Burnam, see Burnham

Burnelle, Ralph, 139

Burnford, John, 276

Burnham, Burnam:
-, Richard de, chaplain of the chantry of Walter Waldeschef in St. Michael Paternoster Royal, 142
-, William, 281

Burre, John, 31

Burstall:
-, Eleanor wife of John, 116; her sister Joan, 116
-, John, 116

Burton:
-, Henry, prior of St. Mary Overy, 273
-, Joan wife of Philip, 206
-, John, 167
-, John, warden of the mystery of Mercers, 257
-, Philip, 206
-, Robert de, 142–3
-, William, grocer, 237

Burton Lazars, Leics., masters of the order of: wardens of the hospital of St. Giles, 183, 188–9; Geoffrey de Schriggeley, 235

Burveyn, John, 255, 257

Bury:
-, Adam de(I), 10
-, Adam de(II), sheriff, p. 20
-, Adam son of Adam de(I), 10
-, Blaise de, 143, 272
-, Christian de, 22–4

Bussh, John, 147, 160

Butchers, see Trades&occupations

Buttele, John, 133

Bygg, Thomas, 267

Byketon, see Bighton

Byle, John, 186

Byngham, William, clerk, 247

Bynley, John, 267

Byrchinsha, William, attorney, 279

Byrkes, Roger, undersheriff, 266, 268

Byrlyng, John, 269

Byrtte, Alan, 267

Bys, Edmund, 182, 200

Bysouth(e), see Besouth

Bythewater, see Bethewater

Bythewod, John, timbermonger, 168

C

Cachemayde, William, rector of St. Mary Woolnoth, 219

Cadycote, Alice, 156

Cage, Thomas, 281

Cakton, Caketon:
-, Walter, 224
-, Walter, cit.&setter, 228

Caller, Elias, 250

Cam, Thomas, 222

Cambridg, Cauntebrigge, Cambs., 132

Candlewick, Candlewickstrete, ward, jurors of, 279

Canefeld, Adam de, 257

Cantebrigg, see Cauntebrigge

Canterbury:
-, abbey of St. Augustine, abbots of: Thomas Hunden, William Welde, 197
-, archbishop of, see Chichele, Henry
-, cathedral church of: shrine of St. Thomas in, 246
-, priory of Christchurch, priors of: John [sic] temp. king John, 231; Adam Chelyngton, 245; Thomas Chillynden, 239; John Fynch, 239; William Molashe, 239, 245–6; John Wodnesburgh, 231, 245

Cantilupe, Nicholas de, kt., 77, p. 29

Cantlowe, William, sheriff, p. 125

Canynges, Thomas, sheriff, p. 128

Capell, John, 180

Cappe:
-, Katherine wife of William, 177–8
-, William, of London, 177–8

Cappers, see Trades&occupations

Capron:
-, Geoffrey, 259
-, Henry, 262

Carlel, see Carlyll

Carleton:
-, John de, prior of St. Bartholomew Smithfield, 115
-, Katherine wife of Richard de(II), 44
-, Richard de(I), 117
-, Richard de(II), skinner, 44
-, William de, 19
-, William de, clerk of the City, 70

Carlyll, Carlill, Carlel:
-, Adam de, draper, 116, 120 (p. 42)
-, Matthew, pinner, 190
-, Richard, tailor, 88

Carpenter:
-, Agnes wife of Simon, 76
-, John, common clerk, 232; executor of Richard Whityngton, 249
-, Simon, 76
-, Thomas le, 56

Carpenters, see Trades&occupations

Carter, Thomas, 255

Cary:
-, John, warden of the mystery of Goldsmiths, 244
-, Thomas, 139

Castel, Castell:
-, Henry atte, 133
-, John atte, 118 (p. 39)
-, Ralph (atte), 142–3, 145, 159, 164, 169–70, 173, 272
-, William atte, 138, 163, 166

Castle Baynard ward, jurors of, 276

Caston, John, 234, 236

Castre, Bartholomew, 161–2, 171

Catcher, John, sheriff, p. 133

Catworth, Cateworth, Thomas, cit. & grocer, 247–8

Caumpes:
-, Richard de, sheriff, 209
-, Roger de, 196
-, William son of Roger de, 196

Caundissh(e), Caundyssh, see Cavendissh(e)

Cauntebrigge, see Cambridge, Cambs.

Cauntebrigge, Cauntebrugg, Cantebrigg:
-, Elizabeth wife of John de, 89–90
-, John, clerk, 270
-, John de, fishmonger, 89–90
-, Ralph de, 40
-, Reginald de, 132
-, Robert de, 40
-, Thomas de, 118 (p. 39)
-, Thomas de, mercer, 2
-, William de, 40

Causton(e):
-, Denise, 216
-, John de, 110
-, Margaret sister of William de, 261; her son William, 261; her granddaughter Isabel, wife of Thomas Hochous of Cawston, 261
-, Oliver, 273
-, William de, sen., cit.&mercer, 89–90, 260–1; sheriff, p. 130
-, William, hatter, 216

Caustone, see Cawston, Norfolk

Cavendissh(e), Cavendisch, Caundissh(e) Caundyssh:
-, Christine daughter of Stephen de, a nun of Cheshunt, 182
-, Hugh, 258
-, John, 266
-, Lettice relict of Roger, 217
-, Roger, 217
-, Rowland, 255
-, Stephen de, cit.&draper, 182; sheriff, p. 40

Cawode, Robert, 267

Cawston, Caustone, Norfolk, 261

Caysho, Thomas, rector of St. Michael Bassishaw, 140

Cella, John de, abbot of St. Albans, 238

Certeseye, see Chertsey, Surrey

Certification of an assize of fresh force, see Legal matters

Chadde, John, 231

Chaddesley, Chaddesle:
-, Richard, 272
-, Richard, clerk, 139

Chalkhill, Richard, 237

Chaloner:
-, Richard, 259, 262
-, William, 153

Chalton, Thomas, sheriff, p. 113; his undersheriff, see Markham, John

Chamberlain, City, assize rolls to be delivered up to, pp. xii, xxiii; see also Waldene, Thomas de

Chamberlain, king's, see Coroner

Chamberleyn, see Chaumberleyn

Chambers, Richard, 276

Champeners, Adam, 181

Chancery:
-, deeds enrolled in, 280 (p. 136)
-, writ of certiorari out of, 281

Chandlers, see Trades&occupations

Chantries, 67, 87, 97, 132, 142–3, 177–8, 181, 191, 207, 209, 219, 221, 238, 252–3

Chapeleyn, Chaplyn:
-, John, 275, 277
-, Walter, parson of St. Michael Paternoster Royal, 249

Chapman:
-, Thomas, 157, 165
-, William, 241, 244, 246

Charneye, John, deputy-coroner, pp. 56, 64–5, 71–2

Charterhouse, prior of: John Okendon, 217

Charterys, John, 258

Chartesay, John, 230

Charyngworth, William, prior of Crutched Friars, 223

Chaucer:
-, Agnes wife of John, 66
-, John, vintner, 66

Chaumberleyn, Chamberleyn:
-, Adam, 80
-, John, chaplain of the chantry of Walter Waldeschef in St. Michael Paternoster Royal, 142–3
-, John, common serjeant, 126
-, John, of Great Hallingbury, 58

Chaumpaigne, Robert de, 115

Chaundeler:
-, John le, 14
-, Ralph le, 40
-, Richard(I), 92
-, Richard(II), 269–70

Chauntecler, Roger, sheriff, 20

Chausers, Chauseres, Thomas, coroner, pp. 110, 113

Cheap ward, jurors in, 281

Cheapside, Westchep(e), 114, 191, 202, 217

Chelcheth, Chelcheheyth, Chilcheth, Chilchehith, Gilbert, 126, 137, 141, 160

Chelmesford:
-, John de, jun., rector of Rusper, 87
-, John de, sen., 87

Chelrey, Margaret wife of William de Algate, 179

Chelyngton, Adam, prior of Christchurch Canterbury, 245

Cherlew, John de, prior of St. Pancras Lewes, 171

Chertsey, Certeseye, Surrey, abbey of St. Peter, abbots of: Alan, John de Hermondesworth, John Uske, 228

Cheryngton, Richard, 174

Cheshire, see Hurleston; Vale Royal

Cheshunt, Chesthunt, Herts., priory of St. Mary at:
-, nun of: Christine (de) Cavendisshe, 182
-, prioress of: Tiffany (de la Moote?), 182

Chester:
-, [ ], 270
-, William, 269

Chesterford, Robert, cit., 218

Chesthunt, see Cheshunt, Herts.

Cheston, Matthew, 275

Chetewoode, Chytewode, Nicholas, 207

Chetyndon, Walter de, 176

Chevall, Nicholas, 189

Chichele, Chichely:
-, Henry, archbishop of Canterbury, 249
-, Robert, cit.&grocer, 247; sheriff, p. 91
-, Simon, 265, 269
-, William, sheriff, p. 79

Chichestre:
-, Joan wife of William, 167
-, William, 167

Chikewelle:
-, Edith wife of John de, 91; her daughter Margaret, 91; her grandson William atte Welle, 91
-, John de, cit.&moneyer, 91

Chilcheth, Chilchehith, see Chelcheth

Child, Chylde:
-, Simon, 208
-, William, 232, 239

Chillynden, Thomas, prior of Christchurch Canterbury, 239

Chipnam, Richard, 239

Chipstede, Lawrence de, 125

Chirche, see Churche

Chivelee, William, 180

Choun, Roger, 148–50

Christchurch Canterbury, see Canterbury, priory of Christchurch

Churche, Chirche:
-, Adam atte, 38
-, Felicia wife of Thomas atte, 38
-, John, 248
-, John, cit.&mercer, 243
-, Thomas son of Adam atte, 38
-, Walter atte, of Rudgwick, 131

Chylde, see Child

Chynnore, Thomas, 232

Chyntyng, William de, rector of St. Michael Wood Street, 194 (p. 80)

Chytewode, see Chetewoode

Clakton:
-, Henry de, cit.&painter, 179
-, Maud wife of Henry de, 179

Clapshethe, John, 180

Claptus, William, sheriff, p. 15

Clarke, see Clerk(e)

Claveryng:
-, Richard, 257
-, Roger, 138

Claxton, Ralph, 275

Clay, Cley:
-, Alice daughter of Richard atte, 8
-, Margery wife of Richard atte, 8
-, Richard atte, 8
-, William, 194 (p. 80)
-, William, cit., 218

Claymond, Thomas, 187

Clench, Thomas, 180

Clenhond, see Glenaunt

Clerk(e), Clerc, Clarke:
-, Elizabeth wife of John(II), 196
-, Henry, cit.&tapicer, 180
-, Hugh, 202
-, James le, 125
-, John(I), 188–90, 214–15, 249
-, John(II), of Yardley, 196
-, John le Chapeler, p. xv
-, Richard, 278
-, Richard son of William le, 94
-, Robert, 217
-, Thomas, 196, 212
-, William le, cit.&tapicer, 94

Clerkenwell, Clerkewell, Clerkenewell(e):
-, hospital of St. John of Jerusalem at: priors of England: Peter de Hagham, Walter Grendon, John Radyngton, 202; Philip de Thame, 59; prior of the church: William de Hampton 202; his 'socius' Nicholas Accoumb, 202; preceptor of London: Thomas de Enderby, 202
-, priory of St. Mary at: prioress & convent, 219; prioresses of: Joan de Fulham, 18, 47(?), 48(?), 125; Joan de Leukenore, 18; nun of: Denise de Enefeld, 125; porter of: Walter, 18; renters of, 47–8; Ralph, jun., 18

Cley, see Clay

Cliderowe, Richard, 186

Clifford:
-, Louis, kt., 172
-, Richard, bishop of London, 232, 244

Clifton, John de, 40

Clon, William, attorney, 260

Cloos, see Clos(e)

Clophull, William, 129

Clopton, Robert, cit.&alderman, 254

Clos(e), Cloos, John, attorney, 182, 184–5, 194 (p. 79), 202–3, 209, 215, 223

Cobham, Thomas, executor of Thomas Morice, 195

Coby, John, jun., 100

Cocknedge, William, 277

Codeland, John, 56

Codnam, William, churchwarden of St. Michael Queenhithe, 280 (p. 136)

Codrede, see Coldred, Kent

Coffyn:
-, Joan wife of Thomas, 215
-, Thomas, 189, 214–15

Cok(e), Cook(e):
-, Ellen wife of Richard, sen., afterwards wife of William Fitz Hughe, 192
-, Geoffrey, chaplain, 18
-, Henry, 137, 177, 183, 187, 218
-, Henry, barber, 210
-, Isabel wife of Simon, 64
-, Isabel wife of William(II), 174
-, James, cutler, 225
-, Joan wife of James, 225
-, John, 135, 174
-, John, chandler, 138
-, John, maltmonger, 172
-, Nicholas, 280 (p. 136)
-, Nicholas son of Robert(II), 192
-, Reginald, 235
-, Reginald, renter of the hospital of St. Bartholomew, 187
-, Richard(I), 251–2, 260–1, 265
-, Richard, jun., son of Robert(II), 192
-, Richard, sen., son of Robert(II), 192
-, Robert(I), 200, 220, 232
-, Robert(II), cit.&glover, 192
-, Sabine wife of Richard(I), 252
-, Simon, weaver, 64
-, Thomas, alias Foulere, 162
-, Thomas, chaplain, 247
-, Walter, 232
-, William(I) brother of Robert(II), 192
-, William(II), piebaker, 174

Coksete:
-, Joan wife of Richard, 259
-, Richard, of Rochester, 259

Colcestre, Colecestre:
-, Gilbert de, 254
-, John de, canon of St. Paul's, 57

Coldharbour, Coldeherberwe, a messuage called, 117

Coldred, Codrede, Kent, 62

Cole, John, 186, 192

Colecestre, see Colcestre

Coleman Street, Colmanstrete, 78

Coleman Street ward, jurors in, 281

Colewell(e), Colwell:
-, Alice relict of John de, 118 (pp. 38–9)
-, John de, 118 (pp. 38–9)
-, John son of Stephen, 260
-, Stephen, 260
-, Thomas, 180

Colier, Reginald, prior of St. Bartholomew Smithfield, 257, 265

Colkyrk, Adam de, 116

Collee, see Colley

Colleges, see Religious houses: colleges

Coller, Robert, 276

Colley, Collee:
-, Stephen, 239
-, Stephen, goldsmith, 233–4

Collier, see Trades&occupations

Collopp, Thomas, 275

Collusive actions, see Legal matters

Colman:
-, John, 126
-, Reginald, 135
-, William, 238

Colmanstrete, see Coleman Street

Colshill, Walter, cit.&grocer, 255

Colston, William, 239, 245

Colton, Richard, girdler, 240, 242

Colwell, see Colewell(e)

Coly, Richard, 145, 159

Colyns, William, 262

Common clerk, p. xvii; see also Carleton, William de; Carpenter, John; Perot, Henry

Common Pleas, court of, writ de capiendo returnable in, 70

Comner, see Cumnor, Berks.

Conduit:
-, Lucy de, 71
-, Reginald de, mayor, 70, 123

Conestable, Cunstable, William, 129, 145

Confot(?), Tideman, 117

Contempt of court, see Legal matters

Convers:
-, Katherine daughter of Robert, 120 (p. 42); her daughter Rose, wife of Richard de Weston, 120 (pp. 41–2)
-, Nicholas son of Robert, 120 (p. 42)
-, Robert, 120 (p. 42)
-, Robert son of Nicholas, 120 (p. 42)
-, Rose wife of Robert, afterwards wife of David de Cotisbrok, 120 (p. 42)

Cony, John, 204, 218

Cook(e), see Cok(e)

Cooks, see Trades&occupations

Coopers, see Trades&occupations

Copenhull, John, 133

Coraunt, John, 120 (p. 42)

Corbet, Corbett:
-, Humphrey, 274
-, William, 268

Cordewaner, William, 40

Cordwainers, see Trades&occupations

Corner, see Coroner

Cornhill, Cornhull Street, 217

Cornewayle, Cornewayll, Cornwaill:
-, Andrew, 120 (p. 42)
-, Benet, 138, 157, 174
-, Richard, 201–3, 205

Cornishe, see Cornyssh

Cornmonger, see Trades&occupations

Cornwaill, see Cornewayle

Cornwaleys, Thomas, sheriff, 142, p. 54

Cornyssh, Cornishe, John, 261, 265, 267, 276

Coroner, Corner:
-, Christine relict of Peter atte, 51
-, John le, 48
-, Peter atte, 51
-, Richard, 186, 207, 211–12, 217, 225

Coroner:
-, assizes heard before, pp. xi, xvi–xvii; absence of coroner&his deputy allowed after 1399, p. xvii
-, City granted right of appointing its own, p. xvii; see also Squyer, William; Wilbraham, Thomas
-, deputy-coroners, p. xvii; licence to proceed during Lent addressed to, 11; see also Alfeld, Richard; Balle, John; Brounflet, Robert; Brounflet, William; Charneye, John; Chausers, Thomas; Foxton, John de; Hockele, William; May, Adam; Morton, Henry de; St. Albans, Thomas de; Shelford, Henry; Shirbourne, John de; Sutton, Henry de; Symcok, Nicholas; Wellesbourne, Richard; Wengrave, John de
-, King's butler or chamberlain ex officio coroner, pp. xvi–xvii; responsible for enrolment of damages&attachments at eyres, p. xiv

Corrupt practices, see Legal matters

Corser, see Trades&occupations

Cory, John, rector of All Hallows Staining, 124

Cosham, Cosseham, John, 185, 193, 194 (p. 80), 203

Cost, Godfrey, 172, 180, 198, 212

Costantyn:
-, John, 177–8
-, Margaret daughter of Margaret, 177–8
-, Margaret relict of Richard(I), 177–8
-, Richard(I), 177–8
-, Richard(II) son of Margaret, 177–8
-, Roger, 77

Costs, see Legal matters

Cosyn:
-, John, grocer, 189
-, Margaret wife of John, 189
-, Thomas, alias Girdeler, alias Virly, cit., 249
-, William, 79

Cote, Kote:
-, Alice wife of Hugh, 211
-, Hugh, 211
-, Stephen son of Wluin, 24
-, Walter son of Hugh, 211
-, Wluin, 24

Coteler(e), see Cutler

Coterel:
-, Thomas, 118 (p. 39)
-, William, 118 (p. 39)

Cotes, Thomas, clerk, 177

Cotisbrok:
-, David de, 120 (p. 42); his son Thomas de Farndon, 120 (p. 42)
-, Rose wife of David de, formerly wife of Robert Convers, 120 (p. 42)

Cotlond, John, 130

Coton, see Cotton

Cotson, Nicholas, 281

Cotton, Coton:
-, Robert, cit.&draper, 266
-, Roger, 279
-, Walter, sheriff, 183, pp. 75, 79

Cotyller, see Cutler

Coumbe:
-, Joan wife of John, jun., 213
-, John, jun., 213
-, John, sen., 213

Coumbys, William, sheriff, p. 116

Couper(e), Cowper:
-, John, loriner, 127 (pp. 46–8)
-, Richard(I), 173
-, Richard(II), 274
-, Richard, pouchmaker, 169
-, Robert, 260
-, Robert, carpenter, 243
-, Thomas, clerk, 166
-, William, 261, 267

Courtesy of England, see Legal matters

Court-hand writers, see Trades&occupations: scriveners

Courtray:
-, Margaret wife of William, 120 (p. 41)
-, William, broderer, 120 (p. 41)

Cove, William de, cit.&mercer, 179

Covenants, see Legal matters

Coventre:
-, John, 191
-, John, executor of Richard Whityngton, 249

Cowdale, John, 281

Cow-house, 96

Cowper, see Couper(e)

Crane:
-, Katherine wife of Nicholas, afterwards wife of Nicholas Poure, 13
-, Margaret wife of Ralph, 174
-, Nicholas, 5, 11, 13; chantry of, in St. Nicholas Shambles, 177–8
-, Ralph, draper, 174
-, Roger, 175
-, William, 266

Crawley, Thomas, esquire, 274

Creek, Crek, William, 227, 245

Crepelgate, see Cripplegate

Creppyng(g):
-, Philip son of Simon, 15
-, Simon de, of New Windsor, cit., 15, 20

Cressewell, Creswell:
-, John, 267
-, Thomas, 234

Cressewyk, Creswyk:
-, Robert, 120 (p. 41), 128
-, William, 257
-, William, undersheriff, p. 46

Cressingham, Cressyngham:
-, Alice wife of John de, 15, 20
-, John de, 15, 20; his servant Henry, 20
-, Thomas, 172

Cressy:
-, George, 204
-, Thomas, 255

Cressyngham, see Cressingham

Creswell, see Cressewell

Creswyk, see Cressewyk

Cretyng:
-, Joan, wife of John, 204
-, John, broderer, 204

Cripplegate ward, jurors of, 281

Cripplegate, Crepelgate, ward within, beadle of, 105

Cristendom, Cristondome, Robert, 239– 240, 245

Cristian, John, cit.&glover, 256

Cristondome, see Cristendom

Crofte, Nicholas, 277

Crok(e):
-, John, 218
-, John, gentleman, 262
-, Robert, 237, 241, 246

Crokhorn, Robert, fishmonger, 235

Cromhale, John, 263

Cromp(e), John, 262, 266

Crompton, Thomas, 279

Crosse, Cros:
-, John, cit., 256
-, Mariota wife of John, 256
-, Nicholas, 217
-, Roger, 21

Crossed Friars, see Crutched Friars

Crouch(e), Crowche:
-, John, 185, 202, 214, 216, 224
-, Thomas atte, 120 (p. 42)

Croucheman, Thomas, 123

Croucher, John, 203

Crowche, see Crouch(e)

Crowe:
-, John, 269
-, William, 265, 269

Crowmer(e), William, sheriff, pp. 93, 96

Crown, see Legal matters

Croydon:
-, John de, 135, 166, 177
-, John de, sheriff, p. 15
-, John, fishmonger, 137

Crull, John, 146

Crutched Friars beside the Tower of London , priory of:
-, chapter of, 152, 223
-, priors of: John Bures, 152, 223; John successor of John Bures, 223; William Charyngworth, 223; Robert de Stanlowe, 152, 223; Thomas Whatton, 223

Crymelford, Geoffrey, cit.&grocer, 247

Culver, William, 227

Cumnor, Comner, Berks., 280 (p. 136)

Cunstable, see Conestable

Cup, a silver, taken as a distress, 253

Curriers, see Trades&occupations

Curson, Cursoun:
-, Alice wife of John, 137
-, John, 137, 160

Curteys:
-, John, fishmonger, 159
-, Thomas, 16

Custom of the City, see Legal matters

Customer, see Trades&occupations

Cutler, Coteler(e), Cotyller, Cutiller:
-, Alice la, 85
-, Henry le, 217
-, Richard, 280 (pp. 135–7)
-, Roger, 172
-, Solomon le, sheriff, 125

Cutlers, see Trades&occupations

D

Daarcy, see Darcy

Dabrichescourt, Dabrycchescourt:
-, John, 172
-, Nicholas, kt., 172; his chaplain William, 172
-, Thomas, 172

Dachet:
-, Mariota wife of Thomas, 131
-, Thomas, 131

Dadyngton:
-, Alice wife of John(I), 153
-, John(I), 153
-, John(II), 209, 222

Daffye, John, 280 (p. 136)

Dalby(e), William, attorney, 274–5, 278–9

Dale, William de la, rector of Dunsfold, 191n

Dalemare, John, canon of St. Bartholomew Smithfield, 190

Dallyng, Dallyngg:
-, Geoffrey, 227, 229, 232
-, John de, 4
-, John de, sen., 2

Dalton(e):
-, John de, 114
-, John de, kt., 14, p. 6

Dalyngrygge, Edward, kt., 164

Damages, see Legal matters

Damporte, Robert, 276

Danby, Robert, 255

Dancastre, John, 201

Danham, Thomas, 259

Danyell:
-, John, 255
-, Richard, 227

Darcy, Daarcy, Henry, mayor, 70, pp. xvi, xvii n, xviii n

Darrein presentment, see Legal matters

Daubeneye:
-, Peter, 40
-, Simon, 40

Daubere, William le, 57

Dauncer(e), Daunser, John (le), attorney, 2, 70, 105, 110, 117, p. 28

Daunger, Simon, 131

Daunser, see Dauncer

Davys, William, attorney, 274–5

Dawborne, Robert, 277

Dawsey, John, brownbaker, 275n

Dawson, Thomas, 280 (p. 136)

Debts&debtors, see Legal matters

Dedham, John, 259

Dellowe, William, 269

Den(e):
-, Edmund, 190
-, John, see Legal matters: fictitious persons
-, John de, 160, 175

Dengeyne, Katherine, 164

Denization, letter of, see Legal matters

Denny:
-, Anne wife of Robert, 198
-, Robert, kt., 198

Dent, Thomas, 279

Denton:
-, Hugh, 214
-, Joan wife of Hugh, 214

Denver, John, 172

Depham:
-, John de, 119
-, John, loriner, 129
-, Richard de, 115

Deputy-coroners, see Coroner

Depyng:
-, John, poulter, 177–8
-, Maud wife of John, 177–8

Derby:
-, Henry, 172, 182
-, John, sheriff, 261, p. 121; his undersheriff, see Burgoyn, Thomas
-, William, 138

Dere, William, sheriff, p. 127

Derhant, William, 220

Derk, John, 235, 249, 255

Derlyng, John, 211

Deryng, John, attorney, 205

Deumars:
-, Bartholomew, 117; sheriff, p. 1
-, Cecily relict of Bartholomew, 117

Devenyssh, John, 130

Devise of land, see Legal matters

Deyk, see Dyk(e)

Deynes, John, 37

Dicoun, see Dycon

Dighere, Roger le, of Isleworth, 6

Dish, taken as a distress, 216

Disseisin, see Legal matters

Distraint, see Legal matters

Distresses, see Legal matters

Ditton:
-, Geoffrey de, 68, 73
-, Richard de, 176

Dodde, Richard, barber, 263

Dodecote, see Dudcote

Doffye, Cesar, 277

Dogge:
-, Joan wife of William, 244
-, William, 244

Dolle, John, 259

Domenyk:
-, Joan wife of Robert, 197
-, Robert, mercer, 197

Domy, Michael, 257, 262, 269

Donne, David, 267

Donyngton, John, 157, 272

Doo, John, see Legal matters: fictitious persons

Double, John, 220

Douver, Thomas, smith, 197

Dovedale, the lady of, 87; her son Edmund, 87

Dovy, John, 120 (p. 42)

Dower, see Legal matters

Dowgate ward, jurors of, 279

Downe, William, 259

Downinge, William, 281

Drabbe, John, of Edmonton, 146

Drake, Adam, chaplain, 204

Drakes, Nicholas, 265

Draper:
-, John, 277
-, John, corser, 137
-, Philip, cook, 33, 115

Drapers, see Trades&occupations

Drayton:
-, Agnes wife of John de(II), 14
-, John, 120 (p. 42)
-, John de(I), 80
-, John de(II), tailor, 14

Drope, Robert, sheriff, p. 131

Dru:
-, Agnes wife of Thomas, 269
-, Thomas, 269

Dryffeld:
-, Elizabeth wife of John(I), 270
-, John(I), 270
-, John(II), tailor, 122

Drynkwater, William, abbot of Bermondsey, 216

Drywood, William, 277

Dubbour, Silvester, 181

Dudcote, Dodecote, William, 147, 156

Duffhous:
-, Thomas, 182
-, Thomas, sheriff, p. 105

Duk(e):
-, Roger, 181
-, Thomas, sheriff, p. 78

Dunham, John, clerk, 266

Dunsfold, Surrey, rector of: William de la Dale, 191n

Dunton, Richard, prior of Bermondsey, 170, 172

Duram, see Durham

Durford, Dureford, Sussex, abbey of, abbot of: Osbert de Paciencia, 191

Durham, Duram:
-, Agnes wife of John, 266
-, John, of Middlesex, 266
-, Lawrence, 209

Dursley, Dursle, Thomas, 227, 232, 253

Dyblyne:
-, Agnes wife of William, 141
-, William, 141

Dycon, Dicoun, Richard, 123, 180

Dyers, see Trades&occupations

Dyk(e), Deyk:
-, John, 180, 196, 198, 206, 212
-, Richard, 123

Dykes:
-, John father of William, brother of John Wrastlyngworth, 151
-, William, 151, 161–2

Dymenel, Dymnel:
-, Henry, 119, 126, 137, 141, 176
-, Richard, 47

E

Earthfeild, Robert, 281

East Smithfield, Estsmethefeld, Est Smythfeld, 115, 196

East(e), John, 274, 279

Ebe, Thomas, 275

Eccleshale, sir Richard de, 211

Edelmeton, see Edmonton, Middx.

Edendon, William, bishop of Winchester, 117

Edmonton, Edelmeton, Middx., 146

Edoff, Robert, 259

Edward I&II, kings of England, chantry for the souls of, 142

Edward:
-, Henry, cit.&limner, 267
-, Richard, 130
-, Robert, 200
-, William, 269

Edwardes, Thomas, 275, 281

Ejectment, see Legal matters

Ekeles, Peter, 141

Elam, William, 278

Elfham, William, 255

Elkyn, Robert, churchwarden of St. Peter Westcheap, 239

Elleswyk, Ralph, 175

Elmesley, Richard, attorney, 267

Elmyngham, William, 146

Elsenham, Peter, 166

Elsham, William, 260

Elsing Spital, St. Mary Elsyngspitell within Crepulgate, hospital of, prior of: John Belle, 256

Elsingham, see Elsyngham

Elsyng, Elsyngge:
-, Jordan de, cit.&mercer, 196
-, William de, sen., mercer, 25

Elsyngham, Elsynham, Elsingham:
-, John, 133
-, John de, 217
-, Ralph de, 40
-, Richard son of Ralph de, 40

Elton:
-, Anne wife of Richard, afterwards wife of Robert Tatersell, 240
-, Richard, cit.&draper, 240

Ely:
-, Agnes wife of John de, 261
-, John de, marshal, 261
-, Katherine daughter of Robert de, wife of Adam Lovekyn, 140
-, Robert de, 140

Elyngham, Elyngeham, John, 169, 182, 200, 220

Eme, John, 184

Emmes, John, 279

Enderby, brother Thomas de, preceptor of London, 202

Enefeld:
-, Denise sister of Henry de, a nun of Clerkenwell, 125
-, Henry de, goldbeater, 125

Epping, Eppyng:
-, Roger de, 192
-, Thomas, 151, 161–2

Ermeton, William, 133

Ermyn, Thomas, 175

Error, proceedings in, see Husting: actions by writ of error in

Escheator, see Legal matters

Espicer, Sayr le, 217

Essex, 123, 242, 270; see also Hallingbury, Great; Horndon; Newport; Strethall; Woodford

Essex:
-, Odo de, 191
-, Richard de, 196
-, William, 188

Essoins, see Legal matters

Est Smythfeld, see East Smithfield

Estbrok, Richard, 172, 180

Estfeld, William, cit.&mercer, 247; sheriff, p. 100

Esthalle (?):
-, Eustace de, 16
-, Maud sister of Eustace de, 16

Eston, Robert, 259

Estsmethefeld, see East Smithfield

Estwell, John, 238

Ethyngham, see Hethingham

Eustace, William, 203, 205

Everard, Alan, cit., 260–1; warden of the mystery of Mercers, 257

Evot:
-, William, 194 (p. 80)
-, William, sheriff, pp. 82, 84–7, 89

Ewayn, Walter, 130

Excestre, Robert de, prior of Holy Trinity Aldgate, 213, 220

Exchequer:
-, barons of, p. xv
-, recognisances in, 20, 123

Exemplifications of records, see Legal matters

Exham, John, 227, 238, 245

Eynysham, John, 231

Eyr:
-, Adam le, alias Taillour, 96, 112
-, Denise wife of Adam le, alias Taillour, 96, 112
-, Simon, sheriff, p. 113

Eyremyn, John, mariner, jun., 146

Eyres, see Legal matters

F

Fader:
-, Boydun, butcher, 17
-, Robert son of Boydun, 17

Fagham, Thomas de, rector of St. Vedast, 87

Fairhere, William, 227, 232

Fanchirchestrete, see Fenchurch Street

Fanshawe, Thomas, gentleman, 280 (p. 136)

Farendon, see Farndon

Farman, William, 56

Farndon, Farendon:
-, Isabel daughter of William de, 120 (p. 42); her husband Nicholas, 120 (p. 42); her daughter Rose, wife of Robert Convers, 120 (p. 42)
-, Isabel wife of William de, 120 (p. 42)
-, Nicholas de, 117
-, Thomas de, cit., 120 (pp. 41–2)
-, Thomas son of Thomas de, 120 (pp. 41–2)
-, William de, cit., 120 (pp. 41–2)

Farnebarewe, Richard de, 40

Farnham:
-, Agnes wife of Robert de, 3
-, Robert de, spicer, 3

Farringdon ward within, jurors of, 276

Farringdon, Faryngdon ward without, 187; jurors of, 276

Farrington, Faryngton:
-, Elizabeth wife of John, 206
-, John, 206
-, Thomas, 277

Faucon, Robert, 218

Faunt, Solomon, 67, 117

Fekenham:
-, John, 245, 263
-, Thomas, servant of the prioress of St. Helen Bishopsgate, 214

Feld(e):
-, John, 259
-, John atte, 119, 126, 141, 160

Feldyng, Geoffrey, cit.&mercer, 257; sheriff, p. 121

Feliper, Godwin le, 217

'Felmonger', see Trades&occupations: skinners

Felton, Robert, rector of St. Vedast, 244

Felyppeslane, see Philip Lane

'Femes soles', see Legal matters

Fen, Fenne:
-, John, bricklayer&tiler, 280 (pp. 135–7)
-, Richard, see Legal matters: fictitious persons

Fenchurch Street, Fanchirchestrete, 252

Fenne, see Fen

Ferby, Fereby:
-, Henry, 258
-, John, 147

Fere, John, 200

Fereby, see Ferby

Fermer, Adam, 120 (p. 42), 167

'Ferron', 'ferrour', see Trades&occupations

Ferrour, William, 238

Fers, John, 182

Fictitious persons, see Legal matters

Fifhyd(e):
-, John, 120 (p. 42)
-, John, sheriff, p. 50

Fighter, Fyghter, Thomas, of Hurleston, 76

Fikelden, Fykelden, Peter, 131, 149, 171

Fishmongers, see Trades&occupations

Fitz, Thomas, 269

Fitz Hughe:
-, Ellen wife of William, 192
-, William, 192

Fitz Joce, Nicholas, see Nicholas son of Joce

Fitz John, Henry, cit.&stockfishmonger, 180

Fitz Robert, Robert, 250

Fitz Simond:
-, Agnes wife of Edmund, 71
-, Edmund, kt., 71
-, John, of Essex, 123
-, John son of Edmund, 71

Fitzwilliams, John, 278

Flambard, Simon, 57

Flanders, 258

Flaunden, John (de), 35, 176

Flaundres, John de, 115

Fleet Bridge, Flete Bridge, 195

Fleet Street, Fletestrete, 47, 85

Flete:
-, John, 259
-, John de, cit.&capper, 246
-, Walter de, 195

Flethewyk, Walter, rector of St. George Botolph Lane, 82

Floyd, John, attorney, 280 (p. 136)

Foleham, Adam de, sheriff, 217

Folvyle, Folvyll, John, 140, 158

Foot, Henry, 116–17

Force&arms, disseisin by, see Legal matters

Foreign warranty, see Legal matters

Foreigners, court for, see Legal matters

Forge, a, 260

Forster, Forester:
-, Edward, 279
-, John, undersheriff, 248
-, Philip, 137, 141, 160
-, Richard, attorney, 142, 154, 156, 164, 171–4, 181, 195–6, 203, 213–15, 220, 225, 272
-, Stephen, sheriff, p. 120
-, Thomas, goldsmith, 144
-, Walter, sheriff, p. 37

Fortescu, John, undersheriff, afterwards lord chief justice, 235, p. xiii&n

Foster, Anthony, of Cumnor, Berks., 280 (pp. 136–7)

Foucher, William, cit.&mercer, 226

Fouller, Foulere:
-, Elizabeth wife of Henry, 193
-, Henry, 193
-, Thomas, alias Cook, 162

Foulmer, Robert, canon of St. Stephen Westminster, 252

Founde, Alexander, 280 (p. 136)

Fourbour, William le, of Fleet Street, 85

Foxton(e):
-, John, 180
-, John de, deputy-coroner, pp. 2, 5, 8–9, 15, 19, 44

Francklyn, Frankelyn, Frankeleyn, Fraunkleyn:
-, John, 208
-, Robert, 223
-, Thomas, 278
-, Thomas, chandler, 145

Fraternity of rectors, 145

Fraud, see Legal matters

Fraunceys:
-, Adam, 70
-, Adam, jun., 133
-, Adam, kt., 202
-, Margaret wife of Adam, jun., 133
-, Ralph, clerk, 27

Fraunkleyn, see Francklyn

Fray, John, 253

Fre[ ]:
-, Cecily wife of Henry de, 16
-, Henry de, 16

Free bench, see Legal matters

Freedom of the City, see Legal matters

Freeman, Clemence, prioress of Holywell, 250

Freeman of the City, see Legal matters

Frembaud:
-, Alice wife of Thomas, 87
-, Thomas, kt., 87

Fremelyngham, William, sheriff, pp. 87, 90

Frensh, Frenssh, Freynshe:
-, John(I), 142–3
-, John(II), 184–5, 193, 194 (p. 80)
-, Peter le, 19
-, Richard, 195
-, Robert le, 147

Frere, John, 234

Freshfishmonger, see Trades&occupations: fishmongers

Frestlyng, Bartholomew de, sheriff, p. 40

Freynshe, see Frensh

Frisingfield, William, 278

Frome, Richard, 262, 264

Frossh:
-, Joan relict of John, 58
-, John, 58

Frowy, John, 196, 198, 206

Frowyk, Henry, cit.&mercer, 247; sheriff, p. 104

Frunt, Robert, of Coldred, stockfishmonger, 62, 65

Fruyter, Thomas le, 94

Fulbourne:
-, Thomas, 262
-, William de, chaplain, 103, p. 32

Fulham, Joan de, prioress of Clerkenwell, 18, 125

Fulthorp, Fulthorpp:
-, John, 183, 187, 218, 237, 241, 244, 248
-, Thomas, 233–4, 263

Fuster, see Trades&occupations

Fyghter, see Fighter

Fykelden, see Fikelden

Fynch(e):
-, John, 237, 246, 248
-, John, prior of Christchurch Canterbury, 239
-, William, 217, 225

Fynchyngfeld, William de, 64

Fyndon, John, 172, 180

Fyngrie, Robert de, 217

Fyssh, Hugh, 176

G

Gaispore:
-, Fulk, cit.&woolmonger, 254
-, Richard brother of William, 254
-, Serlo son of Richard, 254
-, Walter, weaver, 254
-, William father of Walter, 254

Game:
-, John, 165
-, William, 196

Gameleston, William, attorney, 169

Gardener, Gardyner:
-, John, 274
-, Richard, sheriff, p. 131

Garlekmongere, Roger le, 47

Garnet, William, 263

Garter King of Arms, see Bruges, William

Garth, Robert, 199

Garthorp(e):
-, Katherine de, 95, 106
-, Thomas, 190

Garton, John (de), 133, 158, 186

Gate:
-, Geoffrey atte (I), haberdasher, 12; parishioner of St. Vedast, 87
-, Geoffrey atte (II), hatter, 115
-, Joan wife of Geoffrey atte (I), 12
-, John atte, haberdasher, 12
-, Simon atte, 13, 31
-, Simon atte, butcher, 119

Gatle, William, 261

Gauge, Richard, 235

Gaver, John de, 214

Gawtron:
-, Agnes wife of John, 255; her sister Joan, 255
-, Joan wife of Walter, 255
-, John, cit.&draper, 255
-, Walter son of John, 255
-, William son of Walter, 255

Gay, John, 249, 251

Gayle, Robert, 281

Gayton:
-, John, 170, 201, 208, 215
-, Robert, cit.&grocer, 247

Gebon, Geoffrey, 239, 241, 245–6

Gedelston:
-, Alice relict of Robert de, 14
-, Robert de, 14

Gedeney, see Gedney

Gedford, John, clerk, 228

Gedney, Gedeney, John, 197, 225

Gee, Henry, 274

Geffray, Geffrey:
-, John, fishmonger, 79
-, William, rector of St. Christopher, 270

Genore, see Joynour

Gentyl:
-, Agnes wife of John(II), 219, 221
-, John(I), 36
-, John(II), 219, 221

Geny, Jeny, John, attorney, 265–6, 269

Gerard, William, 116

Gerdelere, see Girdeler(e)

Gerveys, John, 13

Gesours, see Gisors

Gilbert, Gylbert, William, 266, 269

Giles, Gyles:
-, Thomas, 35
-, William, rector of St. Margaret Pattens, 232

Gille, Gylle:
-, Adam, 120 (p. 42)
-, Alan, warden of London Bridge, 76
-, Robert, 153

Gillingham, Gillyngham, Gyllyngham, Gylyngham:
-, Alan de, attorney, 15, 47, 66, 117
-, William de, attorney, 91, 110, 121–2, p. 32

Gillyng, Richard, 120 (p. 42)

Gillyngham, see Gillingham

Girdeler(e), Gerdelere:
-, Margaret wife of Thomas(I), 170
-, Nicholas le, armourer, 9
-, Thomas(I), 170
-, Thomas(II), alias Cosyn, alias Virly, cit., 249

Girdlers, see Trades&occupations

Gisors, Gesours:
-, John de, mayor, 250
-, Maud, 148–9

Gladwyn, John, 232

Glaston', John de, clerk, 21

Glenaunt, Clenhond:
-, Idonea wife of John, afterwards wife of Bartholomew Bourcer, 207
-, John, 207
-, Thomas son of John, 207
-, William son of John, 207

Gloucester, Gloucestre:
-, Adam de, 1
-, Isabel de, abbess of St. Clare without Aldgate, 230
-, John de, sheriff, 35, p. 9

Gloucestershire, see Longhope; Winchcombe

Gloucestre, see Gloucester

Glover:
-, Thomas, 'ferrour', 243
-, William, 274

Glovers, see Trades&occupations

Gobyon:
-, John(I), 152, 223
-, John(II), 252

Godard:
-, Isabel wife of Simon(III), 60
-, Joan daughter of Simon(I), 60; her son Thomas, 60
-, Katherine daughter of Simon(I), wife of Roger de Wyndesore, 60
-, Margery daughter of Simon(I), 60; her son John, 60
-, Martin, 219
-, Simon(I), 60
-, Simon(II), jun., 60
-, Simon(III) son of Simon jun., 60

Godchep:
-, Felicia relict of John, 2
-, Henry, 126
-, Isabel, 2
-, John, 2
-, Thomas, 192

Godeman, see Goodman

Godesburgh, John, hatter, 216

Godeselde, Robert, 158

Godestowe, Simon de, 92

Godfrey, Godfray:
-, Richard, sheriff's serjeant, 263
-, William, servant of the prior of Christchurch Canterbury, 246

Godhewe, William, 177

Godman, see Goodman

Godsire, Thomas, 168

Godwyne, Nicholas, 41

Godyn:
-, Christine wife of John(II), 268
-, John(I), 268
-, John(II), cit.&grocer, 268

Goldbeater, see Trades&occupations

Goldbetere:
-, Alexander le, 36
-, Isabel daughter of Alexander le, 36
-, John son of Alexander le, 36

Golde:
-, Alice daughter of Joan, wife of John Pake, 151, 161n
-, Joan, 151
-, John (?), 161n

Goldsmithery in Cheapside, 114

Goldsmiths, mystery of, 244

Goldsmiths, see also Trades&occupations

Goldsmyth, William, chaplain, custodian of the Lady altar in St. Michael le Querne, 175

Good, John, see Legal matters: fictitious persons

Goodman, Godman, Godeman:
-, Edward, 275
-, John, commissary-general of the bishop of London, 244
-, Thomas, 260–1, 265

Goodyere, Andrew, 276

Gore, William, 171

Gosley, Gosle, William, 247, 249, 251, 255

Goul, John, 155

Goulde, Thomas, 276

Gown, furred, 77

Gowrley, John, merchant tailor, 279n

Grafton, John, serjeant at mace, 274n, 275n

Graie, see Gray

Granger, Graunger, Richard, rector of St. Pancras Soper Lane, 260–1, 264

Grantham, Lincs., 81

Grantham:
-, Katherine wife of William(II), 201
-, William(I), 203, 205, 216, 224
-, William(II), goldsmith, 201
-, William(II), grocer, 211

Graunger, see Granger

Graunt:
-, Cecily wife of Roger le, 13
-, Roger le, barber, 13

Graveneye, John, 140, 145, 159, 164

Gray, Grey, Graie:
-, David, 257
-, Samuel, 281
-, Thomas, 268

Great Hallingbury, see Hallingbury, Great, Essex

Greene, Grene:
-, Isabel atte, 83
-, John, 261, 265, 267
-, Lawrence, 279
-, Maud relict of Thomas atte, 58
-, Robert, 280 (p. 136)
-, Robert atte, butcher, 119
-, Stephen, 262, 266
-, Thomas atte, 58
-, Thomas, cit.&cutler, 279

Greenwich Street, Grenewychlane, 117

Grelyng, John, grinder, 141

Grendon, brother Walter, prior of the hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, 202

Grene, see Greene

Grenestede, Grenstede:
-, Peter de, 40
-, Richard de, cit.&cordwainer, 55

Grenewell(e), William, 275, 278

Grenewych, Anthony de, 75

Grenewychlane, see Greenwich Street

Grengham, see Greyngham

Grenstede, see Grenestede

Gresham, Thomas, churchwarden of St. Michael le Querne, 261

Grey, see Gray

Greyngham, Grengham:
-, Avice wife of William de, 78, 101
-, William de (parishioner of St. Margaret Lothbury), 78, 101

Greystok, Henry de, king's clerk, 6

Griffith, Gryffith, Gryffitz, Edith, prioress of Holywell, 198–9, 206, 212, 216

Grinder, see Trades&occupations

Grocers, see Trades&occupations

Grom(e):
-, Adrian, 258
-, Richard, alias de Totenham, cit. & currier, 258
-, William, 148–9

Grove:
-, John(I), 165
-, John(II), 234
-, Richard, 231
-, William, executor of Richard Whityngton, 249

Gryce, William, esquire, queen's serjeant, 280 (pp. 136–7)

Gryffith, Gryffitz, see Griffith

Gryme, John, fishmonger, 235

Grymes, Thomas, 281

Grymshawe, Humphrey, vintner, 278

'Grynder', see Trades&occupations: grinder

Guardians, see Legal matters

Gubbe:
-, Henry, 14
-, Joan wife of John, 14
-, John son of Henry, 14

Guildford, Guldeford, Surrey, priory of New Place at, prior of: Thomas Pyrye, 240, 242

Guildhall, assizes held at, pp. xvii–xviii

Guldeford:
-, sir Henry de, alias le Mareschal, 191
-, John de, 25
-, Robert de, draper, 92
-, Thomas de, sheriff's serjeant, 114–15

Guy, dean of Hertford, 181

Gyffard, Richard, 170

Gylbert, see Gilbert

Gyles, see Giles

Gylle, see Gille

Gyllyngham, see Gillingham

Gylot:
-, John de, brewer, 92
-, Margery wife of John de, 92

Gylyngham, see Gillingham

Gynnore, see Joynour

H

Haberdashers, see Trades&occupations

Hacche, John, 151, 161–2

Haccher, Thomas, 230

Hacford, William de, 10

Hackett, Richard, 280 (p. 136)

Haddele, see Hadle

Haddon, John, 187, 218

Hadle, Haddele, John, sheriff, pp. 52, 68, 69n

Hagh:
-, Richard, 187
-, Thomas, 187

Hagham, Peter de, prior of the hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, 202

Hakeney(e):
-, Michael (de), 118 (p. 39), 157
-, Nigel de, 86
-, Nigel son of Richard de(I), 66
-, Richard de(I), 66
-, Richard de(II), cit.&woolman, 254
-, Robert de, 28, 30

Hale:
-, Henry, 266
-, Thomas atte, 120 (p. 42)
-, Walter (atte), 148

Hales:
-, Isabel daughter of William de, wife of Simon son of Simon Godard, jun., 60
-, William de, 60

Halfheade, James, 276

Halfmark, John, 180

Haliwell, see Holywell, Middx.

Halkkyn, Thomas, 266

Hall(e):
-, Agnes sister of Stephen atte, wife of John Duram of Middx., 266
-, John, 263
-, Matthew, 261, 265
-, Stephen (atte), 165, 266
-, Thomas, 236
-, William atte, brewer, 50

Hallingbury, Great, Magna Hallyngbury, Essex, 58

Hallyday, Leonard, sheriff, 280 (p. 136)

Hallyngbury:
-, Adam de, 147
-, Alice daughter of Adam de, 147; her daughter Rose, 147
-, Bartholomew son of Adam de, 147
-, Emma daughter of Bartholomew, 147; her son Thomas, 147

Halow, William de, 61

Halton, Henry, sheriff, pp. 83, 98

Halywell, see Holywell, Middx.

Hamme, Nicholas, cit.&mercer, 260–1

Hamon, George, 279

Hamond, Henry, rector of St. Peter Westcheap, 239

Hampshire, see Alresford, New; Alton; Bighton

Hampton, brother William de, prior of the church of Clerkenwell, 202

Hanampsted, see Hanhampstede

Hanaper, John, 176

Hanham, Henham, John, 135, 138, 163, 174

Hanhampstede, Hanampsted, William de, 60, 118 (p. 39)

Hankinson, John, 276

Hannay, William, 146

Hanwell, William, 237

Hardel, Hardell, William, 75, 180

Hardyngham, John de, warden of London Bridge, 76

Hareden, Roger, canon of St. Bartholomew Smithfield, 215

Harlowe, Thomas, 258

Harmesthorpe, Hermesthorp:
-, John, clerk, 196
-, John, warden of St. Katherine by the Tower, 229
-, William, 196

Harneseye, John, 126

Harowe:
-, Agnes daughter of William de, wife of John de Ely, 261
-, William de, 261

Harpe, John atte, 91

Harpesfeld:
-, Christine wife of John de, 115
-, John de, spicer, 115

Harrison, Edward, 281

Harry, see Herry

Harryngfeld, William, 183

Harrys, John, 239–40

Harvye, see Hervy

Harwedon:
-, John, 148
-, William, 126
-, William, prior of Holy Trinity Aldgate, 225

Hary[ ]e, Robert de, 21

Haryngey(e):
-, John, jun., 199
-, Robert de, 54

Haselton, John, 258

Haselwod, John de, 30

Hatfeld, Hattefeld:
-, John, 199
-, John, alias Hattere, 129
-, Robert de, bureller, 67; his mother Agnes, 67
-, Robert, sheriff, p. 49
-, Thomas, 191, 207, 212

Hathefeld, Simon de, cit.&potter, alias Pottere, 223

Hatherley, John, sheriff, p. 108

Hattefeld, see Hatfeld

Hattere:
-, Alice wife of Henry le, 17
-, Henry le, 17
-, John, alias Hatfeld, 129
-, Peter, alias Vyne, 232

Hatters, see Trades&occupations

Hauberger, John, 148

Hauk:
-, John, of Stratford, 38
-, John son of John, 38
-, Thomas, 166

Haukeshale, John de, 118 (p. 39)

Haunsard, Thomas, 182

Hauteyn:
-, Isabel wife of John, 211
-, John, cit.&mercer, 211
-, Robert son of John, 211

Haveryng, Luke de, sheriff, 209

Hawkyns:
-, Paul, 280 (p. 136)
-, Thomas, 269

Haxton, Robert, 216

Hay:
-, John, 172, 196
-, Robert, 183
-, Thomas, spurrier, 204

Hayes, Thomas, kt., sheriff, 281n

Hayle, Thomas, 234

Hayward, John, 274

Hearne, see Herne

Heaumer, Simon le, 125

Hebbeden, Nicholas, kt., 187

Hecham, Richard de, 62, 65

Hedersete, William de, 4

Heed(e):
-, Alexander, 186
-, John, 205

Hegham:
-, Emma daughter of Ralph de, wife of Thomas de Oxenford, 105
-, John de, of London, clerk, 105; his niece Margery, wife of Thomas Arnold, 105
-, Muriel daughter of Roger of Higham Ferrers, 105
-, Ralph de, called the beadle of Cripplegate ward within, 105
-, Roger of Higham Ferrers, brother of John de, 105
-, Sarah wife of Ralph de, 105

Hegham Ferers, see Higham Ferrers, Northants.

Hellam, Jasper, merchant tailor, 281n

Helmingham, Helmygnham, Suffolk, 146

Helys, John, 35

Hemenhale, Edmund, Esmon de, sheriff, 35, p. 9

Hende, John, sheriff, 161, pp. 56, 71

Henham, see Hanham

Henley (?), Thomas de, abbot of Westminster, 159

Henxtworth, John, 204, 209–10

Hercy, Richard, 234

Herdwick, William, churchwarden of St. Pancras Soper Lane, 260–1

Hereford(e):
-, Robert de, 117, 176
-, William de, 202

Herford, Thomas, 266

Herlaston, see Hurleston, Ches.

Herlawe:
-, Philip son of Thomas de, 67, 97
-, Robert de, 70
-, Robert de, parishioner of St. Vedast, 87
-, Thomas, 67, 97
-, William, 174

Herlindon, John de, 192

Herlyng:
-, Peter de, taverner, 87
-, Peter son of Peter de, 87

Hermesthorp, see Harmesthorpe

Hermondesworth, John de, abbot of Chertsey, 228

Herne, Hearne, Edward, attorney, 274–5, 278–9, 280 (p. 136), 281

Hernyng, Thomas, attorney, 253–4

Herringe, Thomas, rector of St. Michael Queenhithe, 280 (p. 136)

Herry, Harry, John, 222, 227, 230

Hert:
-, Thomas le, 6
-, William, 169–70, 209
-, William, cit.&cutler, 225

Hertford, Guy dean of, 181

Hertfordshire, see Cheshunt; St. Albans; Watton; Yardley

Hertwell, Thomas, 273

Hervy, Harvye:
-, Richard, 280 (pp. 135–7)
-, Stephen, 197, 225–6

Herwarde:
-, Joan wife of William, 236
-, William, 236

Hethercampe, Henry, 278

Hethingham, Hethyngham, Hythyngham, Ethyngham:
-, John, 126
-, John, attorney, 228, 231, 238, 241, 243, 245–6, 248, 250, 252

Hewet, John, 255

Heylesdon, John, sheriff, pp. 54, 130

Heymongere:
-, Reginald le, 35
-, Richard le, 125

Heyworth, Hyworth, Adam de, 14

Hicke, Alexander, 274

Higham Ferrers, Hegham Ferers, Northants., 105, p. xxiii

Highlorde, John, 277

Hill(e):
-, John, 183, 241
-, John, armourer, 246, 248
-, John, pinner, 237, 244, 248
-, William, 275, 278

Hilleston, John, 199

Hobard, John, 268

Hobson, William, 274

Hochous:
-, Isabel relict of Thomas, 261
-, Thomas, of Cawston, Norfolk, 261

Hockele, Hocle, Hokle:
-, John, 157–8, 165
-, William de, attorney, 117, 123, p. 32; deputy-coroner, pp. 49– 50

Hoddesdon, Hodesdon:
-, Alice wife of Stephen, 23
-, Edmund, cit.&mercer, 266
-, Margery wife of Edmund, 266
-, Robert, alias Barnet, 266
-, Sewall, 216
-, Stephen de, cit.&cook, 23
-, William de, 22–3

Hogat(e):
-, John, 146
-, Thomas, 188, 208–9

Hogham, Ogham, Ougham, Owgham, John, attorney, Thomas 199–200, 202, 206, 210, 212, 215–16, 234

Hogman, Ralph, 265

Hoke, see Hook

Hokle, see Hockele

Holand, Holond:
-, John, 183
-, John, kt., 172
-, Ralph, alderman, 255; sheriff, 241, p. 106; his undersheriff, see Holtoft
-, Thomas de, chaplain, 82

Holbech:
-, Hugh, sheriff, 128, p. 48
-, Roger, 265

Holborn, Holbourne, Middx., 7
-, hospital of St. Giles in the Fields, without the Temple, etc.: masters or wardens of, 107; William, 157, 159; Geoffrey de Setfountaine, 183, 188–9; William de Setfountaine, 235; masters of the order of Burton Lazars and wardens of, 183, 188–9, 235

Holbourne:
-, Denise wife of John de, afterwards wife of Adam le Taillour, 112
-, John de, 112

Holden, Robert de, master of the hospital of St. James, 125

Holewell(e):
-, Joan wife of Robert de, formerly wife of John de Wynton', 14
-, Robert de, 14
-, Robert de, attorney, p. 6

Hollidaie, William, 281

Holme:
-, Thomas, 258
-, Thomas, cit.&grocer, 264

Holond, see Holand

Holt(e):
-, Avice atte, 24
-, Stephen atte, 40
-, Thomas, 192

Holtoft, [ ], undersheriff, 240–2

Holy Trinity Aldgate, within Algate, priory of:
-, canon of: John Hotot, 213
-, priors of: Richard, 213, 225; Robert de Excestre, 213, 220; William Harwedon, 225; Richard de Temple, 220
-, renter of, 225

Holy Trinity the Less, property in the par. of, 215, 240, 242

Holywell, Haliwell, Halywell, Middx., priory of St. John the Baptist, prioresses of: Elizabeth Arundell, 245; Benigna, 198–9, 206; Clemence Freeman, 250; Edith Griffith, 198–9, 206, 212, 216; Isabel Nortone, 169(?), 199

Honilane, Ralph de, 217

Honnere, Robert le, brewer, 176

Honyford, Robert, 180

Honyngton:
-, Herlewyn de, 116
-, Isabel de, prioress of St. Sexburga, Sheppey, 144
-, Walter, vicar of St. Sepulcre, 248

Hoo:
-, Gilbert de, 138, 163
-, Robert, 170
-, Thomas atte, chaplain, 194 (pp. 79– 80)

Hook, Hoke:
-, Peter, 249
-, Richard, 200
-, Thomas, butcher, 38

Hope:
-, John, poulter, 177–8
-, Juliana wife of John, 177–8

Hopere, Walter, 156

Hoperton, Hopereton:
-, Margery wife of Richard de, 8
-, Richard de, 8

Hoppere, Ranulph, 181

Horewod(e), see Horwod(e)

Horn(e):
-, John, 254
-, Richard(I), 259
-, Richard(II), 281
-, Robert, sheriff, pp. 122, 124
-, Thomas, 118 (p. 39)

Horndon [? Essex], 22

Horner, see Trades&occupations

Hornere, Andrew le, 35, 125

Horses, two, taken as distresses, 241

Horsford, John de, 117

Horsley, John, 233

Horston, William, 133

Horwod(e), Horewod(e):
-, Alan de, attorney, 12–13, 16, 50, 57, 60, 67, 87, 106, pp. 18, 25
-, Joan wife of Nicholas de, 101
-, John de, 101
-, John de, jun., 114
-, Nicholas de, 109
-, Nicholas son of John de, Nicholan 101, 135
-, William, 177

Horwold:
-, Margery wife of Thomas, 60
-, Thomas, 60

Hosier, Stephen, 278

Hospitallers, see Clerkenwell, hospital of St. John of Jerusalem

Hospitals, see Religious houses: hospitals

Hotot, Hotoft:
-, Elizabeth daughter of Nicholas(I), wife of John Wylnale, 268
-, John, canon of Holy Trinity Aldgate, 213
-, John son of Robert, 268
-, Nicholas(I), cit.&woolmonger, woolman, 26, 67, 97, 268
-, Nicholas(II) son of Nicholas(I), 268
-, Robert son of Nicholas(II), 268
-, Roger, 67

Houghton, John, parson of St. Martin Orgar, 95

Houlet, John, 146

House, dimensions of a, 168

Howe, Roger, 281

Howes, Peter, 277

Hubert, William, butcher, 136

Hudson, William, 274

Hugyn, John, 147

Hull(e):
-, Stephen, 188, 238
-, Thomas, 183

Hulson, John, 280 (p. 136)

Hulyn, William, sheriff, 260, p. 128; his undersheriff, see Billing, Thomas

Humber, see Barton, Thomas de, of

Humber, Humbre, John, 257–8

Humbretolte, John, 146

Humfrey, William, see Legal matters: fictitious persons

Hunde, John, 269

Hunden, Thomas, abbot of St. Augustine Canterbury, 197

Hungrie, Mary de, 61

Hunt(e):
-, John, 205
-, Roger, chaplain, 151, 161–2
-, Walter, 269

Huntyngdon:
-, Amice wife of Robert de, 177–8
-, Emma relict of Peter de, 21
-, Peter de, 21
-, Robert de, butcher, 119, 177–8
-, William son of Peter de, 21

Hurlee:
-, Christine wife of John de, afterwards wife of John de Harpesfeld, 115
-, John de, cit.&apothecary, 115

Hurleston, Herlaston, Ches., 76

Hurlok, John, 244

Hussey, Husey(e):
-, Geoffrey, 195, 204
-, Thomas, 279

Husting:
-, action by writ of dower in, 3
-, actions by writ of error in, 68n, 78n, 115n, 116n, 117n, 118 (pp. 39, 39n, 40), 119n, 125 (p. 45n), 126n, 202n, 276n, pp. xii–xiii, xvi, xxi, 56; statement of alleged errors, 118 (p. 40)
-, action by writ ex gravi querela in, 116
-, actions by writ of gavelet in, p. xviii
-, actions by writ of replevin in ( de namiis iniuste captis ), p. xix
-, actions by writ of right in, 119, 120 (p. 42), 152, 223, p. xviii
-, assize utrum taken in, p. xxvi
-, clerk of, p. 56, see also Common clerk
-, composition read&enrolled in, 191
-, deeds enrolled in, 20–270 passim; of same effect as fine at common law, 253–4, 268
-, plaint de namo in, 125
-, plaints of intrusion&mort d'ancestor in, pp. xiii–xiv, xvii–xviii
-, record of assizes of fresh force brought into, 218, 235, 240–2, 254–5, 257, 260–9, 270n, pp. 46, 56, 102, 108n, 113n, 114n, 130n
-, wills enrolled in, see Legal matters: wills

Hutchinson, Robert, 277

Hyde, William, sheriff, pp. 73, 83–4

Hydyngham, John, 167

Hyham, John, sheriff, p. 103

Hylton, Richard, 219, 221

Hynde, Nicholas, 273

Hynton, John, 208; his mother Joan, wife of Elias Southfolke, 208

Hythyngham, see Hethingham

Hyworth, see Heyworth

I - J

Idbury, Richard de, abbot of Winchcombe, 31

Iford:
-, Margaret wife of William de, 36
-, William de, (cit.), 6, 36, 77, 101, 104, p. 29

Ikelyngham, John, cit.&'felmonger', 270

Ikford(e):
-, Richard, 183
-, Robert, 167, 175

Improvements to premises, see Legal matters

Increment, see Legal matters

Indenture, see Legal matters

Infra quarentenam, see Legal matters

Ingelbryght, Arnold, 142–3, 145

Ingelby, Thomas, saddler, 144

Ingram, Robert, 234

Inner Temple, 281

Inns&taverns, 118 (p. 38), 153, 219

Iperlyng:
-, Agnes wife of Lambert, 113
-, Lambert, 113

Ippegrave:
-, Edmund, attorney, 118 (p. 40)
-, Thomas de, 115
-, William de, 115
-, William de, goldsmith, 84; parishioner of St. Vedast, 87

Irby, John, 205

Ironmonger Lane, Ismongereslane, 25

Ironmongers, see Trades&occupations

Isleworth, Istelworthe, Middx., 6

Ismongereslane, see Ironmonger Lane

Istelworthe, see Isleworth, Middx.

Itelcote, Ittelcote:
-, John, 120 (p. 42)
-, John, draper, 134

Iters, see Legal matters: eyres

Ittelcote, see Itelcote

Ive:
-, John, 163, 174
-, John, rector of St. Michael Wood Street, 145, 194 (pp. 79–81)

Iwayn:
-, John, 94
-, Thomas son of John, 94
-, Walter, 272

Jackson, Harman, waxchandler, 279n

James, Nicholas, 248; sheriff, p. 101

Janyn, John, 267

Jenor, see Joynour

Jeny, see Geny

Jepe, Richard, parson of All Hallows Honey Lane, 193, 203

Jeweller, see Trades&occupations

Jober, Jobur, Edmund, 196, 198

Joce, Nicholas son of, alderman, 192

Johans, Owen, 274

John:
-, [ ], 232
-, Lewis, 263

Johnson, William, 274

Joiner, see Trades&occupations

Jolipace, Jolipas:
-, Henry, clerk, 228
-, Henry, renter of the dean&chapter of St. Paul's, 186

Jones:
-, Roger, kt., sheriff, 281n
-, Thomas, 277

Jordon, Jurdon, Nicholas, 156, 177

Joye:
-, Hugh, 8
-, John, 232

Joynour, Genore, Gynnore, Jenor:
-, Henry son of William, 260
-, Richard, 246
-, William, 237, 241, 246, 248, 260
-, William, chaplain of the chantry at the Lady altar in St. Magnus, 253

Judgment, see Legal matters

Julyan, Henry, 266

Jurdon, see Jordan

Juries, see Legal matters

Jurors, see Legal matters

Justice:
-, Agnes la, p. xv
-, Ralph la, p. xv



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