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INDEX OF SUBJECTS.

Agate, head cut on, 13321.

Agricultural leases, 11747. 12225, 12253.
-, —, landlord finding grain, &c, 13062.
-, —, with covenant not to 'subverte into tillage, 13252.

Amobyr, amobragiis, hamoveriis, 10814 13604.

Annuity, granted by queen, sale of, 12899.

Apprenticeship, indentures, &c., of. 12591, 12605, 13296, 13414, 13415, 13468.

Aquavitie, nquacomposita. beerevenigar. beere- gar. or allegar, 12777, 13348.

Arbitration. See Legal.

Army:—
-, 'Arbulester' of the king 'in his towne of Caleys,' 13647.
-, bond to serve as architenens in the societas of Lord Lisle in the comitiva of Lord Shrewsbury, 11394.
-, bequest of accoutrements of war. 11559.

Baking utensils, 12840.

Beasts:—
-, affras, 11055.
-, equos carectar', 11055.
-, gilling, horse called, 11496.

Bondmen:—
-, bond tenants, 10805, 11579, 12142.
-, composition between widow of bond- man and her lord, 11430.
-, cottars, grant of, 11159.
-, daughter of bondman married to free- man, 11091.
-, hospitem, grant of, 10457.
-, land bought by, 10787. Cf. 10785.
-, manumission of, 12376, 12380.
-, sales of, 10703, 10499, 10711, 10817, 10904, 10940, 11018, 11028, 11029, 11088, 11122, 11159, 11169, 11277 11413, 12980.
-, 'villayns and theyre sequelys,' 12251.
-, 'sequela sua corporali,' 11028.
-, villenagium, bond-land, 10703, 11137.

Books, bequest of, to 'Brasin Os' College, 13324.

Borough, burgus co. Sussex), 10161.

Bread:—
-, Convent loaves called 'Michis,' 11470.

Brewing utensils, 11565, 12840.

Cachepoll, 11024.

Castleguard, 10751.

Charcoal, 'cole pyttes' 'to make coles' of wood, 13269.

Charity, to set poor people on work, 13646.

Charter of Liberties, renunciation of, by con- stable of Chester. 10704.

Chevail, chattels, 10739.

Cider, secera, 11496.

Coal:—
-, 'Newcastle coales commonly called Dorwin coales,' 12647.

Cobham pedigree, addition to, 13339.

Cross, apud crucem lapideam, co. Middx., 11674.

Culver howse or dove howse, 12796.

Dates:—
-, by the earl of Chester's going on pilgrimage, 10814.
-, by the year in which Richard the earl, brother of king Henry, crossed the sea to the Holy Land, 11689.
-, die Jovis post festum Sancte Trini- tatis de corpore Christi, 11230.
-, Holyrude Daye in Maii, 13147.
-, Lammas:— the fest of seinte Petur advinoula callyd Lammes day, 13318.
-, Saynt Peter the advinoula comonly called Lammes, 13211.
-, ante gulam Augusti, 10795.
-, Lent:— in capite jejunii, 10457.
-, in die et in crastino parassaues, 11757, 11758.
-, in the Becunde weke in clene Lenton, 12241.
-, Martylmas, 13147.
-, St. Michael in monte Tumba, 11395, 11418.
-, St. Michael in September, 11416.
-, Shroft tyde, 12802.
-, Sunday on which is sung Misericor- dias Domini, 11398.
-, Sunday on which is sung Quasimodo geniti, 10477, 12969.

Deer:—
-, 'game of redde dere and falowe dere,' 13586.
-, deer-leap, 11044.
-, 'thre boockes and thre dowes,' from Lapworth Park, 12374.

Dikes, agreement for scouring, &c., 11128.

Domesday, extracts from, 13649.

Ecclesiastical:—
-, anchorites, 11569.
-, archbishopric fees to pope for, 13516.
-, chantries, foundation deeds of, 11314, 11372. 12138, 12349, 12570, 12807, 13195, 13416.
-, chapel ' sett upon the porche of the parysh church,' 13619.
-, church-house leased by parishioners, 12519.
-, corrody, 11023, 11470, 11956.
-, gift to bier of St. Edmund, a rent, 13425.
-, gift to churches, with brother, 11159, with mother, 11134.
-, gift of reversion to fabric of churoh, for souls specified, 10543.
-, grant to layman by order of friars of participation in spiritual benefits, 13187.
-, graveyard, extra-parochial. 11147.
-, indulgence to Welshmen visiting tomb in Coventry, 12838.
-, 'Kyng Herry of Wyndsouer,' light to burn before in church, 13318.
-, lights in churches endowed, 10463, 10573, 11047, 11644, 12918, 13054, 13318.
-, —, 'as longe as yt maye be induryd' by law (A.D. 1505), 13322.
-, mortuaries, princ', principal', 11561, 11568, 12393.
-, —, 'that thing to be my mortuarye, as the lawe wyll admytte,' 13327.
-, obits, 11932, 12352, 12988, 13020, 13126, 13315, 13619, 13632.
-, Otho and Ottobon, legates, constitu- tion of, 12779.
-, prior distrained for debt to queen, 10715.
-, porter of house, manor demised to. by abbot, 10795.
-, procurations due to Papal nuncio, 13655.
-, rural dean, decanus Christianitatis, 13667.
-, sack, friars of the, 11568, 11569.
-, St. Anthony's swine, 12452.
-, sick canons in infirmary, bequest to, 11864.
-, stall made in parish church, 11534.
-, the place of the stour, in stawro, of Our Lady and St. Michael, 12885, 12888.
-, Virgebajulantis officium, 13426.
-, See also Hermit; Hospital; Oath; Pilgrimage.

'Enelles, beades of,' 12173.

English, documents and words in, 10451, 10661, 10941, 10945, 11009, 11118, 11164, 11430, 11534, 11565, 12135, 12188, 12225. 12229. 12241, 12251, 12253, 12267, 12307, 12352, 12393, 12603, 12607, 12778, 12909, 13315. 13322, 13522.
-, —, 'wone,' 'messuage I wone in,' 13322.

Essex, lord, letters of, secured by wife, 12864.

Fair, Long Fair. 11327.

Ferry, 10957.
-, —, farmed, 11547.
-, — 'fery otherwhyles called the loode,' or 'lode,' 11057.
-, — See also Manorial, 'botetolle.'

Feudal incidents:—
-, aid taken of his burgesses of Coventry by earl of Chester, 11185.
-, aid to mesne lord, 11253, 11577.
-, quod deffendet per avenantum quatuor acrurum, 11092.
-, certificate of reoeipt of homage and relief, 11337, devenit . . . homo meus, 11690.
-, knight bachelor retained by earl, 11547.
-, knight's service in terms of bovates, 11171.
-, scutage, 10463, 10563, 10622, 10712. 10719, 10731, 11094, 11347, 11349, 11351, 11352, 11400, 11605, 11645, 11670, 11686. 11916, 11918, 11936, 11937, &c.
-, composition between lord Oxford and Maud Bottetourte touching scu- tages, &c., 11335.
-, 'ventes, land sold quit of, garitarum de vendis, 12854.

Field names:—
-, Copphawes, 12803.
-, Cornish, 'gwel Thomas a Wel,' 11421, garden called 'Lovurth an Men, 13020, &c.
-, 'le Dede oherlischiohe,' 11401.
-, 'Hetheneberyeles,' 11045.

Fines. See Rents.

Fish:—
-, in pond, sold, 11597.
-, salmon 'of the best of Benvyk bynde . . . . . and no gylses,' 13587.

Fisheries:—
-, fishery, 10884, 10957, 11068, 11278, 11338, 11655, 11977, 13155, 13409, 13587, 13620.
-, nets, 'wadenet' and 'stalnet,' 10805.
-, 'one welde place or fishinge place in the Herscock in Melverley,' 12941.

Fold:—
-, free faldage, 10538.
-, faldagia, 11011, 11068.
-, 'Northalefaldgate,' 'le Northendhal- faldyate,' 10497, 10552.
-, 'fouldecours . . . with the pasture and shak therunto belongyng' . . . . covenant 'to fynd the tenauntz of the seid fouldecours . . . . . tathyng to their londes,' 13518, 13557.
-, tota libertas tranche falde, 11259.

Forest of Essex, wardenship of, 13450.

Forgery, confession of, 11279.

Forstallum, forestall (co. Kent), 11736, 11737, 11775.

Furness Coucher, additions to, 13453.

'Game' of dere.' See Deer.

Gild:—
-, at Burnham, co. Norf., 'gilde of Sanote Clement of,' 12352.
-, at Coventry, of Corpus Christi and St. Nicholas, 10827; of the Holy Trinity, St. Mary and St. John the Baptist, 10827; of the Holy Trinity, St. Mary the Virgin, St. John the Baptist and St. Katharine the Virgin, 13439; of St. Mary and St. John, 11564.
-, at East Dereham, co. Norf., of St. Thomas, 13315.
-, at Hengham, co. Norf., of Corpus Christi, 13315.
-, at Henley, co. Warw., the Gild of Henley, 11123, 13186.
-, at Howghton, co. Norf., of 'oure lady,' 13315.
-, at Lichfield, of St. Mary, 13437.
-, at Lynn, co. Norf., of the Holy Trinity, 13389; the Holy Trinity of St. Margaret's, 13388; of the Holy Trinity de Soken ibidem, 13389.
-, at Scarning, co. Norf., 'guylde of St. Botolph,' 13315.
-, at Thornham, co. Norf., every gild of, 13388, 13389.
-, at Westminster, 'fraternyte of our Lady . . . . kept within Seynt Margaretes,' 13407.
-, at York, of St. Christopher and St. George, 13432.
-, guylda aula, 13432; guylde hall, 12253; guyldhouse, 12262.
-, schoolmaster maintained by gild, 13440.

Grain:—
-, heaped up seams of palm barley, 11500; ordei palmati, 11772, 11775.
-, fourscore 'comb wheate of good stuff,' 12290.
-, 'nyne comb whete good and able marchant,' 13356.
-, Essex measure for corn, 11885.
-, — See also Measures.

Hamoveriis. See Amobyr.

Henry VI, cult of. 13318.

Henry VII, his dealings with the estate of lord Grey, 13484, of the earl of Kent, 13485.

Hermit, chaplain and, 11563.
-, —, and his island, 11253.

Hospital, beds in church of, 11562.

Hospitem, grant of an, 10457.

House:—
-, of four bays, with a chamber of three bays, 10790.
-, grange of five bays with a garderobe, 11542.
-, alta camera, 10958.
-, cum duabus cameris adjunctis, 11287.
-, chamber called 'le Garet,' shops under. 10649.
-, celaro basso, 10958.
-, frame of, set up under munioipal inspection, 12443.
-, lights, &c., agreement between neigh- bours as to, 10849.
-, 'mese or tenaundry,' 13571.
-, opella, 11470.
-, 'parlour that stondith at the southe end of the hall,' &c., 12767.
-, repairs of 'in breding dabbing fenc- eng thaching watlinge,' 12496.
-, 'roffe of three coopyll,' 11545.
-, a seld in Chepe, 'star' of, 13423.
-, 'a shamelse,' 12456.
-, studio parvo, 10958.

Infant Marriage, 10546.

Italian citizen of London, 12287.

Jacinth, ring with, 13321.

Jewelry:—
-, one paier of goulde borders, 12160; beades of gold, &c., 12173.
-, See Agate; Jacinth.

Jewish 'stars,' 13420-13423.

Kersumia, gersum, 10888.

La Tour Servat (Sernes Tower), in Buckles- bury (cf. Pat. Roll, 32 Edw. III, pt. 1, m. 9), 10948.

Lada, 10866, 10905. Cf. Ferry.

Land:—
-, bovates . . . . whereof ten make the service of a knight, 11171.
-, 'bruere,' 12536, 'bruerie,' 13246, 'bruerye,' 12202, 13284.
-, 'butte,' 'buttys,' 13228.
-, 'carues of lande,' 13566.
-, croftum terre compestris, 10905.
-, cultura called 'Wehtwonge.' 10762, cultura terre arabilis, 10847, cultura called 'Longrug,' 10856, cultura or 'coture,' 11479, cultura foren- sica, 10539.
-, 'dayes earthe of arrable lande,' 12336.
-, deywercas, 11500, 12304.
-, dicta, day work, 10848, 12073.
-, dietas arure, 11201.
-, 'within the eddryng of the same close,' 10441.
-, 'falles of lande,' 13466.
-, ferling, 10499, 10608.
-, flandde, 13194.
-, furlong, quarent', 10453, 10454; stadium', 10459, 10611. See also 'quarentena.'
-, 'one halve of erable lond,' 12712, 12713, 13265.
-, 'le schort half acre,' 11317, Me Gel- den halvaker,' 11294.
-, half-virgates, 10940, and quarter virgates, 13636.
-, headlands, 'Holkhamhevedys,' 10611- 10613; chevet, 10734; capita in varecto, 'cheves,' 11479; chevetta, 12083, forera, 12083, 12094; una forera vocata 'an hevedlond,' 13168; selions of arable with forere, called 'two Hadlondes,' 13186.
-, 'to ere and plowe up,' land 'ererd and plowed,' 11057.
-, hechiare, 11479.
-, cattle 'in the Herdwike of Wansted,' 13594.
-, 'hoydens leyses or baulkes,' 13062.
-, incrementa, 11202, 11207, 11228, 11261.
-, 'justemente groundde,' 13194.
-, landa, lawn or launde, 11327.
-, lesowe, lessow, 11013, 11233.
-, nocata. 12057, 13599.
-, 'oxganges,' co. Linc., 18566; see also 'thinge' below.
-, pannage, 11001.
-, 'parre, called the Middell Parre' (co. Norf.), sheep pasturing on, 13211.
-, parrok, 10978.
-, pightel, pittella, 10446, 11166.
-, pikedeacra, 11148.
-, quarentena called 'Westewodefeld,' 11097.
-, quarteria called 'Holewey quarter,' 11443, 12024.
-, 'quartren of a yarde land,' 12275.
-, quartrona of pasture, 10933.
-, 'rades,' 13123.
-, rebinatis, werectatis et, 11225. Cf. Errata.
-, 'roodelande.' 'half roodelande,' 13466.
-, selions to the acre, 10641.
-, shak. See Fold.
-, parcel of land, called 'a slynge,' 13186.
-, 'steche of ground,' 12861.
-, 'stok and pull upp wede,' 10441; 'stock brushe uppe ryd and carrie . . . brears brembles,' &c., 12267
-, 'tathyng.' See Fold.
-, terra libera, 10430, 10431; 'le Frecroft,' 10456.
-, 'Northalls thinge alias Wyrleys, (co. Staff.), 12705; 'oxegang called Maltby tbinge,' 'message called Elande thinge,' (co. Linc.), 12958.
-, stadium called 'Braky Wong,' 10611- 10613; cultura called 'Weht- wonge,' 10762; 17a. land called 'Shamewong,' 13250.
-, — See also Marsh-land; Meadow.

Legal:—
-, arbitration awards, 11493, 11534, 12135, 12241, 12255, 12808, 13619. &c.
-, — bonds, 10484, 10513, 10869, 11392, 11472, 12265, &c.
-, change of name and arms as condition of devise, 11372.
-, clauses against chief lord and mag- nates, 11290.
-, — against religious, 10555, 10616, 10686, 10785, 11343, 11351, 11381, 11632, 11686, 11829, 11833, 11847, 11848, 11852, 11905, 11936, 11958, 12014, 12019, 12044, 12108, 12308.
-, concealments. See Discoveries, &c.
-, covenant in lease, word of prior to be taken for any loss through defect of warranty, 10698.
-, deed sealed under misunderstanding and constraint, 10451.
-, deed witnessed by dean and whole chapter, 11827.
-, discoveries of breaches of statutes, monopolies, &c., temp. Q. Eliz.:— alienation of land without licence, 13263.
-, escape of prisoner, traffic in fine for, 12676.
-, usury, 13097.
-, vinegar monopoly, 12777, 13348.
-, duellum wagiatum fuit, 11066.
-, duplicate charters with variations introduced, 11943.
-, 'the eldest sustir part of the maner of . . . .,' lease of, 13610.
-, enrolment of deeds locally, 12457, 12756.
-, entail, claim under, compensated, 12307.
-, equal hand, charter deposited in, 11559.
-, fine levied in local court, 13345, 13589.
-, heres de sanguine, 10981, pro toto sanguine nostro, 11581.
-, Inspeximus by mayor of town. 13635.
-, intendence, letter of, for purchaser of, qui fecit gratum nostrum de, land, 11151.
-, lease or Welsh land to Englishman, conditions in, 13604.
-, lease, the consideration including keep, &c., 11507.
-, maintenance; tenant's son to wait on lord in 'all jorneyes.' 13134; to follow to wars, 13470.
-, notarial instrument, 12978.
-, parish lands sold to lord of manor by parishioners, 12182.
-, release of warranty, 10464.
-, seisin by cutting a clod, 11278.
-, statute of 1 Richard III cited, 12235, 12561.
-, vendor's wife compensated, 10967, 11092, 11698, his son, 11577.
-, warranty against the abbot of West- minster, 12176, 12241, 12246, 13566.
-, writ to over-lord to do justice re claim of dower, 11348.

London, list of twenty aldermen of, 10849.
-, —, warden of, 11606.

Manorial:—
-, Boonworks:— 'in harvest tyme . . . twoe dayes average,' 11257.
-, autumn boon-works, half an autumn boon-work, sold, 10685.
-, specified in lease, 12485, 12532, 13551.
-, 'the lordes demaynes called borde land or overland,' 12702.
-, 'botetolle,' 12367 (13).
-, conventionary tenant, 11396.
-, cotters, 11159, coterell', 13686.
-, covenant by tenants to resort only to manor court, 12188.
-, disintegration of a manor, 10685, 12229.
-, forfeiture to lord of customary tene- ment alienated by tenant in fee, 13339.
-, 'havenecourtes,' 12367 (13).
-, heywardship of manor, 13617.
-, inquest by bondmen on conduct of reeve, 13338.
-, inquest per omnes liberos super fidelitatem et nativos juratos. 13331.
-, 'late lande lord of the same manor' (A.D. 1589), 12945.
-, liberty of bull and boar, 11004–11006, 11011, 11034, 11052, 13198.
-, notice of courts to be held given in church, 13162.
-, tenants defeat re-grant by lord of forfeited tenement, 13330.
-, virgaters, half and quarter, 13636.
-, 'le wardstaff,' service of, defined, 12886.

Mark of swans. See Swans.

Market:—
-, freehold within, 12050, 12137, 13423.
-, 'stall in Hoolte markett,' bequest of, 13315.

Marlera, marl-pit, 11241; marl-pits, 12564.

Marriage contract, 13222, 13522, 13542.
-, —, child, 12478.
-, —, sale of, 12264, 12274.

Marsh-land:—
-, aldercar, alnetum, 12180.
-, alvetum, 12469.
-, juncar', 11011.

Meadow:—
-, Dolmeade, 13044, 13445.
-, 'le halvidole,' 10734, 10738, 'le Medwe half aker,' 10856, 'the Doles,' 12702.
-, two headlands, chevecios, of, at 'les sortelondes,' 11028.
-, holm, holma, of meadow, 10979; 'le Holm,' 10905.
-, relucrum, aftermath, 11758.

Measures:—
-, 'combz' and 'bushelles' of 'barlye bayor measure,' 13174.
-, iron oils of King John, 11681.
-, iron ells of King Edward I, 10791.
-, laces or perches, 12851.
-, 'lande mesure . . . be it fate or bus - shell,' 13124.
-, measure of Essex for corn, 11885.
-, nayle, 12805.
-, perches of 18 ft., 11125.
-, virgatas lan', 11470.
-, Welsh measure, de Wallicana mensura, of land, 12019.
-, — See also Grain; Land.

Mill:—
-, 'argays.' dams (Welsh), 12566.
-, corn in bynno, 13198.
-, tolcorn, 11389, 11771.
-, secta multure. 10805.

Mines:—
-, patent for search of, 13456.
-, slate mines, 13480; see also Tin.

'Mollec,' 3d. de, 12051.

Money:—
-, bezant of 2s., 11131.
-, bezant of gold, 13425.
-, ducats of the Roman camera, 13516.
-, money of the Marche, 12854.
-, nobulles, 13424.
-, regale aureum. 13120.

Names:—
-, Female, unusual:—
-, Celota, 10850.
-, Elviva, 10672.
-, Estrild, 10782.
-, Hildesent, 10457.
-, Ingrid, 10814.
-, Merwenna, William son of, 10666.
-, Orframina, 10823, 10824.
-, Organa, Organ, 10480, 11327.
-, Winnoc. Gunnoca, 11559.

Male, unusual:—
-, Alfarus, Alferus, Elfer, 10537, 10538, 10539.
-, Alfred, Alfredus, Alvredus, Elfredus, 10718-10720.
-, Alias, 12096.
-, Breinell, Brainel, 10767, 10874, 10875.
-, Brother, 10638.
-, Ednoht, Ednoth, Ethnoth, 10463, 10551, 10552, 10742.
-, Ernald, 'Arnold' on seal, 11681.
-, Eurinus, 10509, 10515.
-, Fretherichus, 11088.
-, Jaquettus, 10950.
-, Huchin, Roger, 13213.
-, Ignis Elger, 13220.
-, Kellam, English for Kenelmus 13272.
-, Silkoc, 11492.
-, Origin of; the alias or nickname. &c.:—
-, Adam dictus procurator, 11045.
-, Adam son of Pola (Pole), 11232, 11286; John Poleson, 11250; William son of Adam Poleson, 11293.
-, Agnes daughter of Robert pisca- toris desoribed, on seal, as filia Petronille, 10730.
-, Ailwin the deaf, 10854.
-, Angerus called Humfrey. alias Aungerus de Bispwod, 11165.
-, Barbe de Averel. Philip, 11518.
-, Cloudegilofre, Walter, 11184.
-, countesses described by surname of first and title of second husband, 11766, 11767.
-, Gerebert alias Gelberd, 11842.
-, Goddeswowes, Richard, 11032.
-, Hamo, styled atte Cherche, 11612. See William son of Hamo below.
-, Henry called le Bole, 11606.
-, Hudde, for Hugh, 10814; see also John Hullesone.
-, John Atkinson Jonson, 11392.
-, John called Botiller, 10958.
-, John called Etard, 'son of Elardus' on seal, 11731.
-, John called Preest, 10653.
-, John Hullesone Rudde (son of Hugh), 11194.
-, John Jankyn Thomayngow, son of Jankyn Thomayngow, 11471.
-, John Pryme atte Grene, 11203.
-, John Robynson Diconson, 12063.
-, John Tenderyng Buckeshorn, 11811, 11817.
-, Lordessone alias de la Heus, 10933.
-, Peter Fesaunt son of Robert le Snou, 10866.
-, Philip styled le Taylur, 11611.
-, Richard Kocman otherwise called Smyt, 11020.
-, Richard Reynald alias Richard Ryvell, 12059.
-, Richardson, Margaret and Eliza- beth, daughters of Richard Johnson alias Jackeson, 12206.
-, Robert called Dyotson, 11364.
-, Robert called le Pestur, 11629; Robert de Dodebrook dictus pistor. 11897.
-, Robert called Schirard, 11288.
-, Robert Daa, son of Warin le Grovenour, 11401.
-, Symkyn alias Symond Skynner, 10451, 10661.
-, Thomas son of Osmund alias Thomas Osmund alias Thomas son of Osmund de Wlfei, 11749.
-, William atte Mede son of Henry Clement, 10528.
-, William son of Hamo atte Church alias William Hamond, 11620, 11676.
-, William son of Robert the Cook (coci) alias William Belte, 11298.
-, William under the leef. 10878.
-, Origin of; occupations, descriptive, &c.:—
-, la Dukes, 13636.
-, la Moune, 13636.
-, la Nerouce, 10819.
-, le Archer, 10604.
-, le Archidiacon', 10707.
-, le Arsuner, 11595.
-, le Aveiner, 12134.
-, le Barbur, 10791.
-, le Bas, 11640.
-, le Baude, 11377.
-, le Baxtere, 10493.
-, le Beek, 11224.
-, le Berker, 10940.
-, le Berre. 11465
-, le Bigod, 11540.
-, le Blake, 12128.
-, le Blound, 11940.
-, le Blount, 11635.
-, le Bole, 11606.
-, le Bonde, 10711.
-, le Borne, 12133.
-, le Boscher, 10822.
-, le Botoner, Botener, 10667, 12349.
-, le Bouestretmaker, le Bouhe- stringere, 11093.
-, le Bray, 10739, 10836.
-, le Bret, 10608.
-, le Bretun, 11017.
-, le Breustere, 11014.
-, le Brewer, 11614.
-, le Bruyn, 10715.
-, le Buokemongere, 10689.
-, le Busohop, 12087.
-, le Butelyer, 10572.
-, le Buttere, 10915.
-, le Calye, 12084.
-, le Campioun, 10815.
-, le Cartere, 11137.
-, le Cartewrite, 12138.
-, le Celer, 11761.
-, le Chamberlain, 13602.
-, le Charer, 10886.
-, le Charter, 10615.
-, le Chasteleyn. 12010.
-, le Chepman, 13636.
-, le Child, 11336.
-, le Chornmongre, Cormonger, 11614, 11643.
-, le Clerc. 10904.
-, le Coeth, 11318.
-, le Cok, 10764.
-, le Conreur, 11859.
-, le Convers, 11956.
-, le Cordewaner, 10849
-, le Cornur, 12344.
-, le Coteler, 11940.
-, le Count, 11631.
-, le Coveror, 11613.
-, le Cras, 12346.
-, le Crumpe, 11197.
-, le Curezun, 11569.
-, le Cuvir, 10885.
-, le Deistere, Deystere, 10603, 10852.
-, le Diakne, 10793.
-, le Draper, 11133.
-, le Dubbere, 12037.
-, le Dychar, 12057.
-, le Englysoh, 13011.
-, le Erl, 11613.
-, le Escroer, 12344.
-, le Escryveym, 12097.
-, le Espigernel, 11891.
-, le Faukenyer, 12623.
-, le Ferkere, 11122.
-, le Ferour, 10924.
-, le Ferrun, le Ferun, 10849, 11939.
-, le Ferur, 11552.
-, le Fiskere, 11598.
-, le Fizwyth, 11047.
-, le Flamank, 10499.
-, le Fleccher, 11000.
-, le Flemyng, 11172.
-, le Forcer, 12057.
-, le Forstir, Forester, 11602.
-, le Foster, 11791.
-, le Fourbissor, 12028.
-, le Franceys, 10976.
-, le Fraunceys, 10554.
-, le Fraunkeleyn. 12053.
-, le Frebern, 11050.
-, le Freeman, 11132.
-, le Freg, 11636.
-, le Frensohe, Freynssche, 11154, 11197.
-, le Fuit, 11047.
-, le Frode. See le Vrode.
-, le Fuller, 13595.
-, le Furuer, 10915.
-, le Gariner, 11552.
-, le Gay, 11687.
-, le Gigur, 11465.
-, le Gleuman. 10477.
-, le Glovere, 11043.
-, le Goldsmyth, 12114.
-, le Gornewyd, 11319.
-, le Gouere, 10860.
-, le Graunt, 11986.
-, le Gris, 11019.
-, le Grovenour, 11401.
-, le Guyn, 11478.
-, le Hacker, 11622.
-, le Haiward, 10898.
-, le Halte, 10465.
-, le Harper, Harpour, 11026, 11283.
-, le Hauberger, 11940.
-, le Hay, 10940.
-, le Helver. 11682.
-, le Hert, 11718.
-, le Hettere, 11702.
-, le Hirde, pastor, 11907.
-, le Hodere, 13650.
-, le Hopere, 12087.
-, le Hore, 11991.
-, le Hunte, 11980.
-, le Jai, 11689.
-, le Jonge, 11487.
-, le Juvene, 12110.
-, le King, 10940.
-, le Knyctes, le Knyt, 10702, 13636.
-, le Kymber, 11565.
-, le Large, 10850.
-, le Launder, 10866.
-, le Loker, 11292.
-, le LoDge, 10784.
-, le Lord, 10857.
-, le Luminurs, 11583.
-, le Machun. 11016.
-, le Man, 10434.
-, le Marohaunt, 11318.
-, le Maresohal, 10553.
-, le Mareys, 12089.
-, le Maserer, 11861.
-, le May, 11581.
-, le Meleward, 11029.
-, le Mellar', 11739.
-, le Men, 11398.
-, le Mercher, 10847.
-, le Meyr, 11180.
-, le Milnir, 10506.
-, le Minor, 10849.
-, le Mire, 12105.
-, le Moneter, 11990.
-, le Monk, 11234.
-, le Mose, 10434.
-, le Munt, 11721.
-, le Mus, 11775.
-, le Neue, New, 10983, 11958; nepos, 11156; see also le Neve.
-, le Neuman, 12148.
-, le Neve, 10821.
-, le Noreis, Norreys, 11328, 11881.
-, le Nywe, 11420.
-, le Organner, 10860.
-, le Palmer, 10510.
-, le Parmunter, 11389.
-, le Paumer, 10776.
-, le Peautrier, 11610.
-, le Pechel, 11739.
-, le Pestur, 11629, 11897.
-, le Petit, 10499.
-, le Peyntour, 10701.
-, le Plomer, 11981.
-, le Poer, 11750.
-, le Poletier, 11598.
-, le Pope, 13636.
-, le Pyk, 11319.
-, le Quokes, 11201.
-, le Ray, 10901.
-, le Rede, 11360.
-, le Reve, 10446.
-, le Reymes, 11035.
-, le Ridere, 10854.
-, le Roche, 12340.
-, le Rotur, 12142.
-, le Rous, le Rus, 11592, 13636.
-, le Rust, 11750.
-, le Sarmoncr, 11371.
-, le Schepeherde, le Schuperde, 10764, 13636.
-, le Soufle, 11448.
-, le Shepherde (bercarius, on seal). 12342.
-, le Shoreman, 10868.
-, le Skirmusour, 13599.
-, le Skot, 11235.
-, le Smerekervere, 11889.
-, le Smyth, 10565.
-, le Snou, 10866.
-, le Sopers, 11574.
-, le Sor, 10487.
-, le Spek, 11584.
-, le Spicer, 11465.
-, le Squerell, 11225.
-, le Stanley, 11024.
-, le Steman, 11298.
-, le Stout, 13011.
-, le Straunge, 12337.
-, le Swon, 11608.
-, le Taillour, Taylur, 10499. 11611.
-, le Taskere, 11820.
-, le Templer, 12053.
-, le Tregan, 12089.
-, le Tumour, 11198.
-, le Tyghler, 11103.
-, le Vel, 10487.
-, le Vescllier, 11480.
-, le Veautre. Veutre, 10500, 10920.
-, le Vineter, 10455.
-, le Vrode, le Frode, 11738, 11775.
-, le Waloys, 10444.
-, le Ward, 10709.
-, le Warner, 12117.
-, le Waydur, 10603.
-, le Wayte, 12017.
-, le Webbe, 11928.
-, le Weltre, 10779; see also le Veautre.
-, le Westren, 11532.
-, le Weutre, 10943; see also le Veautre.
-, le White, 12087.
-, le Whitewebbe, 12114.
-, le Whyte, 11076.
-, le Wodeward, 10455.
-, le Wollenewebbe, 12138.
-, le Wright, 10734.
-, le Wyht, 11756.
-, le Wythe, 10689.
-, le Wyght, Wyte, 11133, 11884.
-, le Younge, 11575.

Oath:—
-, fide media, 10670, 10698, 10914.
-, citation to answer breach of, 11968.
-, claimant's refusal of, the ground of arbitrator's award against, 12135.

Pedigrees, 13011, 13418, 13549.

Pensions charged on customs, 10922.

'Pernor of the profits,' 13285.

Pesage (passagia) of Southampton, 11056.

Pilgrimage, 11559, 11569.

Plate, silver, 10941, 11551, 12173.
-, —, cup called 'Note,' 11664.

Prevostede Paris, certificate by keeper of the, 10864.

Priests' children:—
-, William son of John called Preest, married to Avice daughter of Richard the chaplain, 10653.
-, the son of the chaplain Walter, 11148.
-, John son of John the priest, 11683, 11704.
-, amica sacerdotis, filia sacerdotis, &c., 13455.

Proverb:—
-, 'plaieth mock hnlliday with me,' 13351.

Pseudo-archdeacon, 11176.

Ramsey Cartulary, Rolls Series, cited, 11194, 11176, 13659.

Rents and services:—
-, altilia, capons, 10987.
-, duarum anguillarum pinguium, 13288.
-, arrow, barbed and fledged (flegitta- tam), 11291.
-, 'churschut,' rent called, 13641.
-, frerent and sakkefee, 13548.
-, ginger-root, 10628.
-, 'oon gyllyver flower,' 13217.
-, herrings, 10457.
-, horse for forty days, with saddle, &c., 11337.
-, mollec. 3d. de, 12051.
-, needle, iron, 10974.
-, oysters, 11632.
-, palm barley, struck measure, 11728.
-, silk purse, 10711, 11061.
-, 'tac' and 'tol' and chaces (caceis), land quit of, 10967.
-, tenants fed by rector after paying, 11660.
-, toll corn, 11771.

Rome, agent of Catesby at, 12710.
-, —, English prothonotaries at. 13516.

Royal letter, 'under the signet of our ring,' 13638.

'Saffron growndes.' 12253.

Salt:—
-, cotagium salinum. 11033.

Schools:—
-, 'scole of gramer,' 12603.
-, schoolmaster provided by gild, 13440.

Sea:—
-, liberties of sea port, tronage, men- sura, 11011.
-, staciones navium, moorings, 11007; see also Wreck.

Seals:—
-, equestrian, 10538, 11708–11710, 11958, 13574.
-, heraldic and official, 10525, 10531, 10656, 10650, 10715, 10735, 10769, 10804, 10807, 10809, 10818, 10832, 10833, 10871, 10883, 10907, 10908, 10910, 10934, 10948, 10949, 10952, 10968, 10975, 10994, 10995, 11002, 11018, 11046, 11064, 11067, 11101, 11105, 11106, 11130, 11137, 11143, 11162, 11169, 11184, 11208, 11278, 11284, 11285, 11313, 11357, 11369, 11452, 11456, 11490, 11507, 11519, 11520, 11523, 11524, 11527, 11553– 11558, 11562, 11579, 11736, 11747, 11757, 11762, 11763, 11767, 11770, 11785, 11786, 11789, 11876, 11942, 11946, 11962, 11974, 11978, 12018, 12047, 12056, 12057, 12059, 12071, 12073, 12076, 12086, 12110, 12116, 12137, 12138, 12139, 12150-12152, 12167, 12170, 12185, 12202, 12212, 12232, 12241, 12248, 12251, 12252, 12291, 12293, 12309, 12321, 12348, 12352, 12369, 12370, 12374, 12376, 12380, 12393, 12408, 12423, 12440, 12499, 12506, 12536, 12538, 12564, 12568, 12637, 12638, 12652, 12696, 12704, 12742, 12730, 12795, 12823, 12832, 12837, 12360, 12867, 12950, 12964, 12978, 12989, 13036, 13039, 13045, 13111, 13127, 13180, 13252, 13256, 13257, 13317, 13321, 13403, 13417, 13427, 13428, 13430-13433, 13435, 13436, 13439, 13442, 13445, 13464, 13485, 13494, 13500, 13507, 13530, 13531, 13534, 13543, 13546, 13574, 13611, 13617, 13623, 13635, 13642.
-, of 'lez bukhed,' 12116.
-, lion and dragon, 11578.
-, spinning machine, 12120.
-, quasi-heraldic, 10496, 11050, 11071, 11401, 11652, 11679, 11788, 12166.
-, with rushband, 11317.

Servioes. See Rents.

Ships:—
-, mariners to give surety to keep peace. 13493.
-, 'le Mary' of Grenewich, 13572.

Signatures, notable:—
-, Berners, lord, 13511.
-, Kent, earl of, 13485.
-, Suffolk, earl and duke of, 10892, 10950.
-, Westmorland, earl of, 13508.
-, Wolsey, 18485.

Spain, journey to, 11549.

'Stars.' See Jewish Stars.

Stewardship of Chester, 10947, 10948.

Stuffs:—
-, 'beddys of clothe of gold and of silke and of arras and of tapiserye werke . . . tapices of arras and of tapiserye.' 11118.
-, 'arrase of thestorie of Tedes,' 13324.
-, 'bord Alexaunder.' 12393.
-, 'dammaske . . . tawnye tyncell,' 12173.
-, 'bordcloth de dyapyr,' 13388.
-, culcitrum de serico, 11559.
-, lineam telam chen' et celie', 11556.

Swans, 'mark of,' 12244, 12653.
-, — swannery on the Kennet, 10884.

Taxation:—
-, danegheldum, 11480.
-, tallage of the county of Cornwall, 11400.

Tennaunt right, 12803; 'tenantright,' 'ten- entrightt,' 13286; 'tenaunte right,' 13305.

Terholm. See Wreck.

Testaments. See Wills.

Tin, toll of. 10644, 10848, 11469, 12917, 13513.
-, —, 'custom amonge the tynners,' 13456.
-, —, deal in, 11432.
-, —, works, 12613, 12795, 12796, 12801, 12863, 12951. 12976, 13229.

Tolbothe of Lynn, 10947, 10949.

Township, bequest to, 13034.

Trades:—
-, 'appotycarye or grocer. 13051. 13244.
-, barkar, 10825, 10836.
-, deyster, 10944.
-, fremason, 13095.
-, latyn fownder, 12578.
-, lister, 10825.
-, parchemeyner, 10825.
-, parsement maker, 12738.
-, pettiechapman, 12707, 12734, 13267.
-, pheliparius, 11234.
-, pynnere, 12256.
-, rough mason, 13502.
-, typpere, 11077.
-, walker, 10978, 10989.
-, waydour, 11081.
-, 'wevers crafte,' 12605.
-, welle wryth, 13326.
-, wooll gatherer, 13260.
-, localization of:— le Ironmongeresrowe, Yremon- garelone, 10603, 11178, 12149.
-, 'del sartrye,' 10693, 10852.
-, Potteresrowe, 10693.
-, shoppe reowe, 12424.
-, sporerrowe, 11340.

Usury:—
-, fine for, temp. Elizabeth, 13097.

Vadlettus, valletz, yeoman, 10910, 11547.

Vineyards, sale of, 12854.

Voletum, decoy, 11977.

Warren, free, grant of, 11541.
-, —, conies, 'cunyes,' 12374.
-, —, warren of conyes, 12480.

Wills, 11559–11569, 12173, 12219, 12349, 12352, 12388, 12393, 12778, 12918, 13034, 13314-13328, 13388, 13389, 13594, 13632, 13644, 13646, 13648, 13650.
-, — improper probate of, in wrong court. 13204.

Woad, 13074.

Wood, called 'le Broyl,' 10461.
-, —, oak, &c., sales of, 11300, 13061.
-, —, 'ocke ashe elme and wichals,' 12976.
-, —, 'the grete oke,' 12456.
-, —, 'quick setting thornes'; 'the sprynge of the coppice after felling, 13534.
-, —, 'shredyng and loppyng,' 10441.
-, —, 'toppe, loppe and shrowdes,' 12996.
-, —, 'croppes and shreddes of trees,' 13289.
-, —, trenchea, 11159.
-, —, 'willowe and thorne' to 'hedge in all the young stoven or springes ther,' or 'somuche tyncell or rise as . . .,' 13123.
-, —, 'tynoell of the croppes and shreddes of trees,' 13289.
-, —, 'necessarie tyncell,' 12267.
-, —, yew, 'le ewe,' 10822.

Wool, 'goode reffes and myddell wolle,' 13312.
-, —, half sack, 13418.

Wreck, 10800, 11004-11007.
-, — of the Lizard, farmed, 10800.
-, — of sea and 'terholm,' 11005, 11007.

Writs:—
-, of cessavit, 11113.
-, of common pasture, 10554.
-, of gavelett, 11861.