Index of subjects

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'Index of subjects', London Consistory Court Wills 1492-1547: London Record Society 3 (1967), pp. 192-206. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64541 Date accessed: 31 July 2014.


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Administration, letters of, 178 (p. 106), pp. x, xvi n

Administration bonds, p. x

Alabaster head of St. John, 40, p. xviii

Alb, 6, 11

Ale, bequest of, 99; to be distributed at a funeral or obit, 4, 32, 77, 178 (p. 106); owed for, 194, 199

Almain rivets, almon revyttes (light armour), 168, 178 (p. 104)

Altar cloths, awter clothis, 4; linen, 38

Ambry, aumbere, 190 (p. 114), p. xix

Anchorite, anker, 38

Ancients, awncienttes, Company of, 157

Andirons, aundirons, aundeans, handyarns, handyrnes, 178 (p. 102), 190 (p. 116), 194, 209

Angell (money), 183, 184; Angell noble, 204

Anker, see Anchorite

Antiphonar, see Books, Antiphoner

Antyms, see Books, Anthems

Appornes, see Aprons

Apprentices, 135, 148, 164, 183, 229, 232, 237; indentures of apprenticeship cancelled or shortened, 135, 148, 183

Aprons, appronys, appornes, 198, 200 (p. 126); coarse, 178 (p. 105); say, 198

Arms and armour, see Almain rivets; Bow and arrows; Bracer; Buckler; Crossbow; Dagger; Foils; Gorget; Knives; Sallet; Skalle; Sword

Arras work, 113

Aundeans, see Andirons

Awncienttes, Companye of, see Ancients

Awter clothis, see Altar cloths

Ax(e), 190 (p. 116)

B

Back garret, bake garet, 178 (p. 104)

Bakers, Company of, 127; see also Trades & occupations

Banker, 158, 194, 200 (p. 125), 215; verder, 178 (p. 103)

Barbers, Company of, 184; see also Trades & occupations

Barbers and Surgeons, Company of, 183

Barley, 11, 14, p. xvii

Barley malt, 8

Barnabe Pulmer, ship called, 157

Basin, basyn, baysyn, bassyn, basson, bacon, etc., 88, 118, 156, 174, 184, 232; christening, 178 (p. 105), 194; deep, 232; hand, 194; latten, laten, latyn, lattyn, 156, 162, 169, 174, 192 (p. 119), 214; pewter, 51, 66, 84, 215; with two hearys (ears), 174

Basket(t), bassket, 178 (pp. 103, 104), 194, 200 (p. 125); hand, 156; of foils, 118; see also Prickle

Bastards, legacies to, 110

Baudekin cloth, 178 (p. 103)

Bead(e)s, bedes, beddes, bedis, bedys, beedes, 161; amber, awmbyre, 198, 200 (p. 126); coral, corall, 116, 138, 174, 178 (p. 106), 183, 198, 223; gauded, gawded, with silver, 116, 178 (p. 106), 179, 183, 194, 200 (p. 126), 223, 232; ivory, ivery, 58; jet, 116, 174, 200 (p. 126); of stolework, 176; treen, 38

Beasts, beestes, to keep a day, 68; see also Cows

Bed, bede, bedde, 4, 7, 12, 20, 37, 75, 78, 79, 81, 85, 91, 118, 130, 155, 164, 185, 194, 209, pp. xviii, xix; flock, flacke, 158, 214, 223; joined, 130, 209; red and green say, 223; tester, testour, of, 2, 37, 138, 158, 169, 174, 178 (p. 104), 190 (p. 115), 192 (p. 118), 194; see also Bedstead; Featherbed

Bedde panne, see Warming pan

Beddes, see Beads

Bede rolls, 32

Bedes, bedis, see Beads

Bedstead, bedsted, bedstedde, bedstyde, 2, 138, 158, 169, 190 (p. 114), 192 (p. 117), 194, 214, 222, p. xix; joined, jonyd, 130, 204, 178 (pp. 103, 104), 243; standing, 178 (p. 104); trundle, tryndell, 178 (pp. 103, 104), p. xix; with a mattress, 156; see also Bed

Bedys, beedes, see Beads

Beer, bere, double, dowbull, and single, 119

Beestes, see Beasts

Bell(s), 33; casting or changing, 8, 9; repair, 33, 94

Benches, 178 (p. 102)

Bere, see Beer

Bible, see Books, Bible

Bible, bibill, clerk, 77

Bill, byll: forest, foryst, 190 (p. 116); hedging, hegyng, 190 (p. 116)

Billets, byllytes, of wood, 58, 190 (p. 115)

Biscuit bread, biskyttebread, 182

Bishop's books or registers, p. x

Blake booke of masses, see Books, Black book of masses

Blankets, blankittes, blankytes, blancketes, blanckeddes, 2, 7, 10, 40, 56, 66, 68, 75, 92, 114, 130, 138, 140, 154, 158, 161, 169, 178 (p. 103), 184, 190 (p. 115), 192 (p. 118), 200 (p. 125), 214, 234; furred, 10

Blind, blynde, woman, 209

Boards, bordes, bordis, 40, 178 (p. 102), 190 (p. 115); table, tabell, 190 (p. 114)

Boat, bote, with gins, gynnys, 74

Boge, boby, bogy, see Budge fur

Bokes skynne, see Buckskin

Boking tubbe, see Tub, bucking

Bokyrom, see Buckram

Boles, bolles, see Bowls

Bolokes, see Bullocks

Bolster, bolstre, bowlster, bowster, boulster, boustere, 2, 4, 7, 23, 30, 37, 40, 53, 56, 75, 85, 86, 92, 118, 130, 133, 138, 140, 154, 155, 158, 162, 169, 174, 178 (p. 104), 183, 184, 193, 194, 200 (p. 125), 204, 208, 209, 214, 215, 223, 232, p. xix; canvas of flock, floke, 190 (p. 115); of feathers, 192 (p. 118); tick, tycke, 190 (p. 115); twill, 44

Bonnet, bonett, 2, 101, 123, 219

Booge, see Budge fur

Bookeram, see Buckram

Books, bokes, 3, 6, 7, 22, 32, 34, 56, 58, 62, 66, 77, 90, 184n, 196, pp. xvii, xxi; on civil law, 204; on surgery, 108; to be chained, 38, 84
-, Anthems in pricksong, antyms in priksonge, 95
-, Antiphoner, 7, p. xvii
-, Bible, bibill, 58
-, Black book, blake booke, of masses in pricksong, 95
-, Breviary (portas or porteferum), 3, 6, 12, 56, 88
-, Commentary on the Decretals by Nicholaus de Tudeschis, 58n
-, Dialogues and homilies of Gregory the Great, 7n
-, Directorium sacerdotum (Pye) of Clement Maydeston, 3n
-, Dirge book (Placebo & Dirige), 3n
-, Epistles and gospels for the mass with the sequences, 38
-, Glosa ordinaria and Expositiones of Nicholaus de Lyra, 47n
-, Legenda aurea, Legenda awria or Legend, 7, 38
-, Manipulus curatorum, 84
-, Manual, printed, 10
-, Meditationes (or Speculum) vite Christi ascribed to St. Bonaventura, 22n
-, Medulla gramatice, 38
-, Missal, 10, 38, 40, 56
-, Primer, prymer, 40, 108; Latin, 177; parchment, 12
-, Sententiarum libri quatuor of Petrus Lombardus, 23n
-, Sermones de tempore et de sanctis of Paratus (Sermones Parati), 84n
-, Sermones discipuli of Johannes Herold, 40, 84
-, Sermons of Philip Repyngdon, 7n
-, Works of St. Vincent Ferrer, 58n

Boots, bottes, pair of, 178 (p. 104), p. xx

Bordes, see Boards

Bote with gynnys, see Boat

Bottes, see Boots

Bottle, bottell, botell, bottyll, 66; stone, 156; tin, tyn, 156

Boulster, boustere, see Bolster

Bow(e), 2, 108; weighted or pesed, 193

Bow and arrows or shafts, 56, 71, 108, 117, 156, 177, 187, 193, 224, p. xvii

Bowge, see Budge fur

Bowls, boles, bolles, 156; washing, wascheyng, 178 (p. 105); wood, wod, 190 (p. 116)

Bowlster, bowster, see Bolster

Box for a pursuivant, purcyvant, 178 (p. 106)

Bracer, 108

Branches, braunches, for tapers, 54

Brass, bras, 40, 174, 178 (p. 102), 194, 209; see also Pan; Pot, etc.

Braunches for tapers, see Branches

Bread, bred(e), breed, to be distributed, 4, 32, 38, 40, 50, 77, 122, 164, 178 (p. 106), 195, 199; for Bedlem, 219; for sacramental purposes, 12

Bread bin, bred byn, 178 (p. 102)

Bread grater, bred grate, 156

Breders, see Breeders

Breed, see Bread

Breeders, breders, for conies, 178 (p. 104)

Breviary, see Books

Brewers, Company of, 202; see also Trades & occupations

Broche, see Brooch

Brode cloth, see Cloth, broad

Broiderer, see Trades & occupations

Brooch, broche, 174, 243

Brotherhoods, fraternities or gilds in parish churches, 10, 12, 22, 26, 34, 36, 55, 58, 70, 90, 96, 97, 99, 101, 105, 144, 199; see also (in Index of Persons and Places) Pappey, brotherhood of St. John the Evangelist; Rome, fraternity of St. Thomas; Trinity, brotherhood of sixty priests

Brown blue, broune blew, 117, 176, 183, 200 (p. 125)

Brushes, broushes, 190 (p. 116)

Brushing, brusshyng, chamber, 178 (p. 104), p. xviii

Buckler, bucler, 192 (pp. 117, 118)

Buckles, silver and enamelled, buckilles, sylver and amylled, 174

Buckram, bucram, boccram, bookeram, bokyrom, 126, 130, 169, 176, 178 (p. 105)

Buckskin, bukskyn, bokes skynne, 155, 180

Bucler, see Buckler

Bucram, see Buckram

Budge fur, boby, boge, bogy, booge, bowge, bug(g)e, 30, 77, 156, 184, 219, 230

Bukskyn, see Buckskin

Bullocks, bullokes, bolokes, 14, 68, 81, p. xvii

Buns distributed to children and poor, 162

Butchers, see Trades & occupations

Butlers, see Trades & occupations

Butter wife, see Trades & occupations

Buttery, buttrye, 156, 178 (p. 102), p. xviii

Buttons, golden, 176, 244

Byllytes, see Billets

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Cabirons, cabbyrans, coborns, 138, 156, 158

Calaber, calybre, fur, 184

Caldron, cawdryne, 84

Calico, calycow, 223

Calves, calvys, 81

Calybre fur, see Calaber

Calycow clothe, see Calico

Camlet, chamblet, chamlet, 2, 4, 5, 58, 68, 101, 126, 154, 156, 178 (p. 105), 183, 184, 187, 196, 210, 215, 223; chargeable, 116; silk, 219

Candle mould, kandyllmode, 214

Candles, 32, 53; Whitsun, 175

Candlesticks, candelstykes, candyllstyckes, canstykes, kandilstykkes, 51, 54, 68, 131, 138, 144, 156, 158, 190 (pp. 115, 116), 192 (p. 119), 215, 222, 223, 232, 234, p. xx; bellied, 194; latten, 174, 178 (p. 103), 194, 223

Canvas, 91, 178 (p. 103), 188, 190 (p. 116); sheets, 178 (p. 104), 183, 190 (p. 115), 200 (p. 126)

Cap(e), capp(e), cappy, kape, kapp, 5, 12, 56, 58, 84, 108, 113, 118, 156, 177, 184, 188, 190 (p. 115), 192 (p. 118), 196, 200 (p. 126), 209, 210; man's, 178 (p. 106); night, of satin, 177; quilt, 176, 178 (p. 106); quilted linen, 219; velvet, 160; woollen, 176

Capper, see Trades & occupations

Cappy, see Cap

Carpent, see Carpet

Carpenters, Company of, 106n; see also Trades & occupations

Carpet(t), carpent, carppet, carpyt, 156, 158, 190 (p. 114), 192 (117), p. xviii; Kentish, 178 (p. 103); of cloth of baudekin, baudkyn, 178 (p. 103); turkey, 215

Cawdryne, see Caldron

Celure, selar, of a bed, 178 (p. 103)

Chafer, chaffir, chuffer, 40, 84, 138, 178 (p. 102); brass, 51, 192 (p. 118); brass with a lion on it, 222; with feet, 215

Chaffing dish, chaffyng dysse, chaffyn dysche, 174, 190 (p. 115), 192 (p. 119), 215; latten, 156, 178 (p. 103)

Chain, 38, 84; of silver and gilt, 244

Chair, chayer, cheyer, cheyre, chere, etc., 84, 121, 138, 164, 169, 190 (p. 114), 192 (p. 117), 194, 209, 234, pp. xviii, xix; carved, 214; close with coffer, 178 (p. 103), p. xix; hollow, 214; joined, 178 (p. 102); leather with three feet of wood, 56; straw, 156; thrown, 44; turned, 178 (pp. 102, 104), 200 (p. 125)

Chalice, chales, chalesse, 67, p. xvii; parcel gilt, 6, 77

Chamber, chambre, chaumber, chawmbar, 2, 7, 12, 37, 40, 56, 63, 68, 87, 95, 128, 133, 156, 158, 174, 185, 190 (p. 114), 209, 216, p. xviii

Chamber of London, see London, chamber of (in Index of Persons & Places)

Chamblet, Chamlet, see Camlet

Chancery, Chauncerey, 182

Chandler, see Trades & occupations

Chantry, chauntery, chawntree, 3, 58, pp. xiii, 155–7; box, p. 157

Charger of pewter, 214

Chaumber, see Chamber

Chauncerey, see Chancery

Chawmbar, see Chamber

Chayer, chayre, chear, see Chair

Cheast, see Chest

Chere, chery, see Chair

Chest, cheaste, chyste, 2, 32, 37, 56, 121, 125, 138, 156, 158, 160, 162, 169, 174, 176, 177, 178 (p. 104), 183, 188, 190 (p. 115), 194, 196, 198, 200 (p. 125), 206, 209, 214, 215, 234, pp. xvii, xix; bound with iron, 192 (p. 117); great, 193; joined, 118, 178 (p. 103); ship, 178 (p. 104); spruce, 54; square, 192 (p. 117); wainscot, 117, 178 (p. 103), p. xviii; with leaves, 178 (p. 102)

Chey(er), cheyre, see Chair

Chimney, chymny, hanging irons, 40

Chire, see Chair

Chopping board, chopyng borde, 156

Chopping knife, chopyng kneyfe, 156

Christening basin, crystenyng bassyn, 194; with an ewer, 178 (p. 105)

Chuffer, see Chafer

Churchwardens, 4, 11, 14, 16, 18, 27, 40, 77, 92, 95, 97, pp. 156–7; wardens and keepers of St. Mary Woolnoth, 76

Chuverynge, see Covering

Chyest, see Chest

Chymny, hangyng yrons, see Chimney, hanging irons

Chyst, see Chest

Clappers, clapers (hutches) for conies, 178 (p. 104)

Claricymbals, clarysimballes, 19

Clasps of silver, 12

Clavichords, clavycordes, 62, 177

Clerk of the Counter, see Trades & occupations

Clerk of the Kitchen, see Trades & occupations

Cloak, cloke, cloek, 12, 48, 61, 113, 155; black, 144; freseadawe, 108; lined, 42; of green medley, 116; of one colour, 190 (pp. 114, 115); trimmed with cony, 12; with hood, 36

Clock with plommets, 178 (p. 102), 224, p. xix

Close chayer, see Chair

Cloth, 144; broad, 182; of arms, 192 (p. 118); of the Passion of Christ, 88; painted, 40, 90, 156, 178 (p. 102), 190 (p. 115), 194, 214, 223n, 234; stained, 2, 7; see also Buckram; Calico; Camlet; Canvas; Cotton; Damask; Diaper; Frieze; Linen; Northern dozens; Puke; Sarsenet; Satin; Say; Silk; Twill; Velvet; Worsted

Clothes, 212, pp. xix, xx; see also Boots; Cap; Coat; Doublet; Foresleeves; Girdle; Gown; Handkerchief; Hat; Hose; Jacket; Jerkin; Kerchief; Kirtle; Mantle; Neckerchief; Night cap; Night gown; Overstocks; Partlet; Petticoat; Shirt; Shoes; Sleeves; Smock; Stockings; Tippet; Tunic; Waistcoat

Clothworkers, see Trades & occupations

Coal, cole, rake, 156

Coals, colles, collys, 53, 144, 190, (p. 115), 192 (p. 118), p. xix

Coat, coot(te), cote, cott, cowte, 68, 177, 178 (p. 107), 182, 183, 188, 194, 210; black cloth, 192 (p. 118); black worsted, 196; camlet, 4, 5; frieze, fresh grey, 228; frieze tawny, 192 (p. 118); green, grene, 155; motley, motlaye, 101; riding, ryddyng, 108, 156, 241; russett, 160; tawny, 50, 192 (p. 118)

Cobbler, cobler, see Trades & occupations

Cobborde, coberde, coborde, see Cupboard

Coborns, see Cabirons

Cock, coke, 58

Coffer, cofferse, cofer, koffere, 37, 190 (pp. 114, 115), 200 (p. 125); green, 194; little, of silver and gold, 86

Coke, see Cock

Colander, collender of latten, 156

Cole rake, see Coal rake

Collender, see Colander

Colles, see Coals

Colliers, see Trades & occupations

Collys, see Coals

Colt(e), 68; gelded, geldid, 68

Common, commyng, box of a church, 77

Cony, cunny, fur, 12, 58, 116, 146, 155, 178 (p. 105), 184, 194, 196

Cony, connye, chamber, 178 (p. 104), p. xviii

Cook(e), see Trades & occupations

Cooking utensils, p. xix; see also Basin; Bowls; Chafers; Frying pan; Kettle; Pan; Pot, etc.

Coope, see Cope

Coopers, see Trades & occupations

Copberde, see Cupboard

Cope, coope, cloth of gold, 77

Coppe, see Cup

Copyhold land, 72, pp. xvii, 156

Cordwainers, see Trades & occupations

Corn(e), 190 (p. 116)

Corporal, corporas, case, 23; cloth, 23, 38

Corriar, see Trades & occupations, Currier

Corten, see Curtain

Coschin, see Cushion

Costs and prices, p. xxi

Cotton, coton, cotten, 156, 157, 190 (p. 115); for lining, 101, 161, 176

Counter, 162, 209; in the hall, 37

Coussinge, see Cushion

Covering, chuverynge, coverynge, keveryng, 209, 214, p. xix; arras work, 113; bed, 44, 118, 156, 160, 184; carpet, 192 (p. 118); lined with canvas, 178 (p. 103); Norwich, 178 (p. 103); tapestry, 56, 178 (p. 103), 184, 192 (p. 118); white diaper drawn with gold, 193

Coverlet, coverlede, coverlight, coverlytte, keverlette, 2, 7, 10, 40, 44, 68, 70, 75, 133, 138, 140, 154, 162, 169, 174, 190 (p. 115), 215, 234, p. xviii; bed, 37, 156, 158, 200 (p. 125); lined with canvas, 194; of imagery, 130; Norwich, 178 (p. 103)

Cow(s), kowe, kene, kine, 9, 14, 24, 26, 34, 41, 70, pp. xvii, xviii, xxi, xxii; flecked, 68; for an obit, 4, 11, 14, 61, 81, p. xvii; milch, 11; to keep a light, 40, 81, p. xvii

Cowpe, see Cup

Cradle, cradyll, 178 (p. 104), p. xx

Creepers, crepers, pair of, 178 (p. 103)

Cross, for a church, 20; gold, 86; latten, 208; silver, 200 (p. 126), 244; see also Crucifix

Crossbow, crossebowe, 58

Crowchyd Freers, see Friars, Crossed or Crutched

Crucifix, with a silver clasp, 12

Crusado, for a gemew, jemy, 230

Cruse, stone, covered with silver, 236

Crystenyng bassyn, see Christening basin skin, 155, 180; camlet, 101, 126,

Cup, cuppe, coppe, 178 (p. 105), 192 (p. 118); gilt with a cover, 179, 207; silver, 219; standing, with a cover, 168, 179

Cupboard, cobborde, coberde, coborde, 37, 40, 44, 54, 138, 169, 178 (p. 102), 192 (p. 117), 194, 206, 209, 234, pp. xvii, xviii, xix

Curriers, see Trades & occupations

Curtain(s), corten, curtayne, curtyn, 190 (p. 116); bed, 155, p. xviii; blue buckram, blew bokeram, 130; buckram, 178 (p. 103); silk, 178 (p. 103); window, of yellow and red, 178 (p. 104)

Cushion(s), cusshyn, cussyn, cussyon, cusshen, coussinge, coschin, kossyn, qweschyne, qwyschyne, 138, 158, 190 (p. 114), 194, 200 (p. 126), 215, p. xviii; Bruges, Brege, satin, stuffed with flock, flookes, 178 (p. 103); of feathers, 178 (p. 103), 232; needle, nedyll, work, with flowers, etc., 115, 178 (p. 103); small, 223; tapestry work, 192 (p. 117); unfilled, onfyllyd, 192 (p. 117)

Custom of the City of London as to distribution of the goods of a citizen at his death, 126, 130, 148, 213, 230, 235, 243, p. xxi

Cutler, see Trades & occupations

Cutting board of a currier, 101

D

Dagger, daggar, 156, 168, 177, 192 (p. 118)

Damask(e), 11, 35, 101, 178 (p. 105)

Darny, see Dornick

Deschis, see Dishes

Desk(es), deskys, 178 (p. 102), 196; to lay books on, 56

Device, dyvyssyng, with a cross, 200 (p. 126)

Diaper, diepar, dierpar, dyaper, 86, 92, 174, 178 (p. 104), 190 (p. 115), 193, 200 (p. 126)

Diocesan repositories, pp. xi, xii

Directorium sacerdotum, see Books, Directorium sacerdotum

Dirige, see Books, Dirge book

Dishes, deschis, disshes, dysches, dysshys, 85, 90, 131, 133, 144, 154, 155, 156, 158, 162, 164, 174, 183, 208, 215, 222, 223, 232, 241; pewter, 6, 51, 54, 58, 68, 84, 92, 144, 169, 175, 178 (p. 105), 190 (p. 115), 192 (p. 119), 194, 232

Docates, see Ducats

Doctor of physic, see Trades & occupations

Doeskin, do skyn, 188

Dominican Friars, see Friars, Black

Dornick, Dorneckes, Darny (fabric), 178 (p. 103), 188

Doublet, dobelet, doblet, dowblett, dubblett, dublete, etc., 2, 4, 60, 66, 71, 114, 117, 118, 133, 156, 160, 167, 188, 209, 230, 235, 243; black, 126, 183; buckskin, 155, 180; camlet, 101, 126, 210, 219; canvas, 188, 190 (p. 115), 192 (p. 118); cason, 108; damask, 101, 178 (p. 105); doeskin, 188; Dornick, 188; fustian, 2, 68, 155, 183, 196; green, 192; leather, 6, 108, 141; sarsenet, 192 (p. 118); satin, 88, 108, 116, 126, 187, 196; say, 127; tawny, 88, 116, 126, 187, 196; velvet, 183, 197; worsted, 10, 68, 108, 178 (p. 105), 190 (p. 115), 192 (p. 118), 196, 232

Dowcheman, see Dutchman

Dragg, 58

Drapers, see Trades & occupations

Drinking house, 178 (p. 102), p. xviii

Drinking pot, see Pot, drinking

Dripping, drepyng, drypinge, dryppyng, pan, panny, payn, 156, 158, 178 (p. 105), 192 (p. 118), 209, 234

Dryfate, 194

Drypinge panne, dryppyng payn, see Dripping pan

Ducats, docates, 110

Dutchman, Dowcheman, 209, 242

Dyaper, see Diaper

Dyer, see Trades & occupations

Dysches, dysshys, see Dishes

Dyvyssyng, see Device

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Education, p. xvii; see also School

Entermentes of stele, see Surgical instruments

Entry, entre, 178 (p. 104)

Epistles, see Books, Epistles

Ewer, ewar, ewry, yewer, yowre, 174, 178 (p. 105), 232; pewter, 194

Ewes, ewys, 216; see also Sheep

Ewry, see Ewer

Exhibition for a priest, 34

F

Faggot(t)s, 133

Farms and farming, 190 (p. 114), pp. xvii, xxi

Featherbed, federbedd, feytherbedde, etc., 2, 7, 23, 30, 37, 40, 51, 53, 56, 68, 77, 84, 85, 86, 87, 90, 92, 118, 130, 133, 138, 154, 155, 162, 169, 174, 178 (p. 104), 183, 184, 190 (p. 115), 192 (p. 118), 193, 194, 200 (p. 125), 204, 208, 209, 214, 215, 222, 223, 232, 234, 243; see also Bed

Fetters, fetres, 190 (p. 115)

Fire of London, p. ix n

Fire rake, fiar rack, 190 (p. 115), 234

Fire shovel, fier shovell, 88

Fishmongers, see Trades & occupations

Flax, hatchel for, 156

Fletcher, see Trades & occupations

Flock, floke, flooke (for pillows, etc.), 178 (p. 103), 190 (p. 115), 194

Fockys, see Fox

Foils, foilles, 118

Foot paces, fott pacys, 178 (pp. 102, 103)

Foredrove, 8, 8n, 41; see also Mortuary

Foresleeves, 176, 178 (p. 105), 198; of Flanders making, 219; see also Sleeves

Form, fourme, furme(y), 158, 178 (p. 102), 190 (p. 115), 192 (p. 117), 194, 209, 214; stacked, 178

Foryst byll, see Bill, forest

Fott pacys, see Foot paces

Founders, see Trades & occupations

Fourme, see Form

Fox, fockys, fur, 2, 5, 12, 116, 141, 145, 158, 190 (p. 115), 192 (p. 118), 194, 215, 243

Franciscans, see Friars, Grey

Fraternities in churches, see Brotherhoods, fraternities or gilds

Fre pulter, see Trades & occupations, Poulterer

Freese, see Frieze

Freres Observauntes, see Friars, Observant

Friars, frears, freers, of Cambridge, 11; of Chelmsford, 58, 75; of Clare, Suffolk, 24; of Colchester, 14; of Greenwich, 38, 85
-, Black, Dominican or Preachers, in London, 17, 97; in Newcastle, 47
-, Crossed or Crutched, 92, p. 154
-, Grey, Franciscan or Minor, 110; in Bedford, 42; in London, 31, 97; in Northallerton, 12
-, Observant, 47; of Richmond, 56
-, White, in Cambridge, 24

Frieng pan, see Frying pan

Frieze (cloth), freese, frese, fris, fryse, 58, 156, 194, 215; black, 190 (p. 115); grey, 228; Irish, 113; tawny, 192 (p. 118)

Frock(e), froke, chamlet, 223; cloth, 223; grey frese to make, 228; worsted, 232

Fruiterer, see Trades & occupations

Frying, frieng, fryne, fryneng, pan(e), 138, 156, 178 (p. 105), 190 (p. 115), 192 (p. 118), 194, 234

Fryse, see Frieze

Fuchez (fur), fychys, fytchis, 5, 215, 232

Fuller, see Trades & occupations

Funeral expenses, details of, 178 (p. 106), 199, 200 (p. 126)

Furme(y), see Form

Furs, see Budge; Calaber; Cony; Fox; Fuchez; Lamb; Marten; Shanks

Fustian, fusten, fustyan 2, 68, 117, 155, 183, 192 (p. 118), 196

Fychys, fytchis, see Fuchez

Fyrepan, see Warming pan

G

Gaberdine, gaberden (loose upper garment), 190 (p. 114)

Gaket, see Jacket

Garret, garet, 178 (p. 104)

Garters, gartors, of silk, 218, p. xx

Gelding, 132, 190 (p. 114)

Gemew, gymow, jemmowe, gold, 176

Gerkyn, see Jerkin

Girdle, girdell, girdill, gyrdell, gyrdle, kyrdell, 180, 183; coarse, 174, 198; harnessed with silver, 51, 58, 223; jet, geett, gete, 194, 232; silk, 65, 174; silver, 178, 179; stoolwork, 176, 179; sword, 177

Girdlers, see Trades & occupations

Glass (window), 18, 34, 54, 108

Glosa ordinaria of Nicholaus de Lyra, see Books, Glosa ordinaria

Goblets, gobbletes, nest of with gilt cover, 168, p. xx; parcel gilt, 179; parcel gilt with a cover and a knop, 183

Goldsmiths, see Trades & occupations

Gorget, 178 (p. 104)

Gown, 2, 4, 10, 26, 50, 51, 52, 54, 58, 59, 60, 66, 68, 69, 77, 81, 87, 98, 114, 115, 118, 127, 131, 133, 140, 141, 144, 148, 155, 156, 160, 162, 168, 174, 175, 178 (p. 105), 183, 190 (pp. 114, 115), 194, 196, 198, 200 (p. 125), 209, 210, 211, 215, 219, 229, 230, 232, 235, 239, 244; cloth, 155, 169, 237; faced with camlet, 126, 156, 178, 215; faced with cony, 178 (p. 105); faced with fox, 158, 190 (p. 115), 192 (p. 118); faced with lamb, 156; furred with budge, 30, 77, 146, 184; furred with calaber, 184; furred with cony, 146, 184, 194; furred with fox, 116, 145, 192 (p. 117), 193, 194, 243; furred with fychys, 5; furred with lamb, 6, 30, 90, 101, 130, 134, 146, 155, 178 (p. 105), 196; furred with marten, martrane, 114; furred with shanks, 164; lined with buckram, 126, 178 (p. 105); lined with cotton, 101, 161, 176; lined with frieze, 190 (p. 115); lined with russell worsted, 161, 176, 187, 200 (p. 125); lined with sarsenet, 89, 184; lined with satin, 56; lined with taffeta, 178 (p. 105); livery, 241; long, 60, 66, 84, 89, 155; man's, 232; marvell, 190 (p. 115); puke, 101, 130, 156, 161, 176, 178 (p. 105), 187, 214, 243; round, 101, 164; russell worsted, 183, 184; short, 2, 56, 58, 60, 66, 68, 87; single, 90, 117, 167, 168, 190 (p. 114), 194; study, 196; summer, 183; turned, 158; unlined, 38, 56, 222; with hood, 7, 30, 34, 51, 53; woman's, 101, 194

Grass, 190 (p. 116)

Gredean, gredyerne, see Gridiron

Green, gryne, churchyard, 105

Gridiron, gredean, gredyerne, gydiryne, 156, 190 (p. 115), 192 (p. 118)

Grinding stones, gryndyng stonys, 183, 184

Grocers, see Trades & occupations

Grosgrayne, grogram, 183n

Gryne chirch yerde, see Green churchyard

Gydiryne, see Gridiron

Gymow, see Gemew

Gyrdell, gyrdle, see Girdle

Gyrkyne, see Jerkin

H

Haberdashers, Haberdasshers, Company of, master and wardens, 199; see also Trades & occupations

Hacchat, see Hatchet

Hall(e), hale, haulle, 10, 11, 37, 40, 138, 156, 161, 164, 178 (p. 102), 190 (p. 114), 192 (p. 117), 194, 245, pp. xvii, xviii

Hall (foot) pace, pase, 178 (p. 102), 245

Hammer, hammar, 190 (p. 115)

Hamper, 178 (p. 103)

Handkerchief, hankerchere, 200; see also Kerchief

Handwriting, pp. xiii, xv, xviii, xxii, see also Signatures to wills

Handyarns, handyrnes, see Andirons

Hanger, see Knives, wood

Hangings, hangynges, 2, 192 (p. 118), 194, 209; in the chamber, 12, 37, 63, 68, 87, 156, 158, 178 (p. 103); in the hall, 37, 40, 138, 161, 164, 178 (p. 102), 190 (p. 114), 245; of green say, 56; painted, 40, 178 (p. 103), p. xvii

Hankerchere, see Handkerchief

Hanking of the pascall, see Paschal, hanking of

Harness, 156; wacchynge (?washing), 146

Harness maker, see Trades & occupations

Harness scourer, see Trades & occupations

Harp(e), 108

Hat(t), 84, 156, 190 (p. 115); satin, sattin, 177; taffeta, 187; trimmed, thrimbed, with black silk, sylke, 177

Hatchel, hecchell, for flax, 156

Hatchet, hacchat, 190 (p. 115)

Hay(e), 68; load of, 151; staddle of, 68

Hecchell, see Hatchel

Hegyng byll, see Bill, hedging

Hemp shetes, see Sheets, hemp

Hens, hennys, 58

Highway, hyeway, hyghwey, money left for repair of, 11, 33, 75, 94, p. xviii

Hog, hogge, 54

Hokes, see Hooks

Holy water stock(e), 192 (p. 119)

Hooks, hokes, howkes, gilt, garnished with pearl, 179; silver, 138, 144, 169, 176, 198, 200 (p. 126)

Hoop(e), houpe, of gold, 230; with a sapphire, saffer, 86; see also Ring

Hoose(n), see Hose

Horses, 2, 4, 20, 68, 75, 78; equipment for a woman, 154; see also Mare

Hose, hoose, hoossen, hossyn, etc., 2, 58, 59, 81, 114, 121, 127, 141, 156, 160, 167, 177, 178 (p. 105), 188, 190 (p. 115), 192 (p. 118), 196, 198, 209, 219, 224, 230

Howkes, see Hooks

Husbandmen, see Trades & occupations

Husting, Court of, p. xviii

Hyerne, see Iron

Hyeway, see Highway

I

Iarne bare, see Iron bar

Innholders, see Trades & occupations

Inventories, 156, 158, 160, 169, 174, 176, 178 (pp. 102–6), 188, 190 (pp. 114–16), 192 (pp. 117–19), 194, 198, 200 (pp. 125–6), 209, 224, 232, 244, pp. x, xiv, xvi, xx, xxi, xxii

Inventory to be produced, 18, 21, 34, p. xvi

Iron, hyerne, iarne, bar, 190 (p. 115); old, 194

Ironmongers, see Trades & occupations

Irysshe Fryes, see Frieze, Irish

J

Jack, jake, 156

Jacket, jackytt, jakkett, jakytt, gaket, gakit, 12, 66, 81, 117, 118, 127, 133, 156, 183, 215, 219, 224, 230, 232; camlet, 68, 116, 126, 178 (p. 105), 187, 196; cloth, 2, 57, 108, 156, 219; leather, 141; worsted, 40, 101, 144, 178 (p. 105), 190 (p. 115), 192 (p. 118), 209

Jake, see Jack

Jemmowe, see Gemew

Jerkin, gerkyn, gyrkyne, jerkyn, jherkyn, 118, 160, 177; cotton, 190 (p. 115); furred, 108, 116, 191; fustian, 117; leather, 108, 178 (p. 105), 192 (p. 118)

Jewels, jewelles, juelles, juellys, 135, 176, 178 (p. 106), 198, 225, p. xx; see also Brooch; Hoop; Ring, etc.

Joists, joysts and boards, 161

K

Kandilstykkes, see Candlesticks

Kandyllmode, see Candle mould

Kape, see Cap

Kechyn, see Kitchen

Kene, see Cows

Kerchief, kercher, kerchew, kerchyffe, etc., 58, 138, 144, 162, 174, 175, 176, 178 (p. 105), 198, 200 (p. 126), 244; calico, calycow cloth, 223; see also Handkerchief; Neckerchief

Kettle, ketell, ketle, ketyll, etc., 40, 70, 84, 138, 162, 169, 174, 178 (p. 103), 190 (p. 115), 192 (p. 119), 215, 223

Keverlette, see Coverlet

Keveryng, see Covering

Keyrchaves, see Kerchief

Kine, see Cows

King's Bakehouse, Kynges Bakhowse, 210

King's Wardrobe, wardroppe, 192, 225

Kirtle, kertell, kertyll, keyrtell, kyrtyll, etc., 105, 138, 161, 162, 164, 194, 198, 232, 244; black, 161, 175, 183; camlet, 223; red, 161, 200 (p. 125), 211, 214; russet, russell, worsted, 178 (p. 105), 183; scarlet, 178 (p. 105), 200 (p. 125); tawny worsted, 176; worsted, 138, 178 (p. 105)

Kitchen, kechyn, kytchyn, 156, 178 (p. 103), 192 (p. 118)

Knives, knyvys, p. xx; chopping, 156, 192 (p. 119); great, with sheath garnished with silver, 76; pair of, 168; wood (or hanger), 2, 39, 58, 66, 118, 241

Koffere, see Coffer

Kossyn, see Cushion

Kowe, see Cows

Kyrdell, see Girdle

L

Labourers, see Trades & occupations

Ladle, laddell, ladell, ladyll, 156, 192 (p. 119), 223

Lair, leyre (tape or binding), 192 (p. 118)

Lamb, 26, 81; skin or fur of, 6, 30, 56, 90, 101, 134, 146, 155, 156, 178 (p. 105), 196; see also Shanks

Lamp in church, 81, pp. xvii, xx

Lance, fine, 108

Latten, 51

Latten founder, see Trades & occupations

Laundress, landresse, see Trades & occupations

Laystall, layston (place of burial), 85

Lead, lede, old broken, 190

Lead, leyd (pot), to boil meat in, 178 (p. 102)

Leading, ledinge, of church roof, 87

Leathersellers, see Trades & occupations

Lede, see Lead

Ledinge of church, see Leading of church

Legenda awria, see Books, Legenda aurea

Lennen welle, see Linen wheel

Leyd, see Lead

Leyre, see Lair

Library, lyberary, at Guildhall, 38; in St. Nicholas Newcastle, 47; in St. Peter Cornhill, 183, 184

Lights in churches, 13, 31, 33, 36, 40, 54, 74, 81, 85, 94, 97

Linen, lennyng, lynen, lynnen, lynyn, 164, 200 (p. 126); see also Napery; Napkins; Table cloths, etc.

Linen cloth, 38, 157, 174, 219; called canvas, 91; painted, 130

Linen draper, see Trades & occupations

Linen wheel, lennen welle, 190 (p. 115), 214

Lock(e), 190 (p. 115)

Lomber, see Lumber

Looking-glasses, p. xix

Lowte, see Lute

Lucretia, pane of, 223

Lumber, lomber, 178 (pp. 102, 104, 105), 194, 200 (p. 125)

Lute, lowte, 108

Lutheran dedications, 120, 206, 228, 240, p. xxii

Lyberary, see Library

M

Malt, 4, 14, 33, p. xvii

Manipulus curatorum, see Books, Manipulus curatorum

Mantle, mantell, mantyll, 244; red, 105; worsted, 123

Manuell prynted, see Books, Manual

Marchauntes marke, see Merchant's mark

Mare, maere, meer, mer, 68, 190 (pp. 114, 116); with foal, foole, 81; see also Horses

Mariner, see Trades & occupations

Marriage of poor, help for, p. 157

Marten, martrane, fur, 114

Marvades (Spanish coins), 110

Marvell (marled or mottled), goune of, see Gown, marvell

Maslin, mystelyn, 14, p. xvii

Mass(e) book, see Books, missal

Mats, mates, 194

Mattress, matteres, mattrys, materas, matrys, 29, 70, 84, 140, 174, 178 (p. 104), 184, 190 (p. 115), 192 (p. 118), 200 (p. 125), 214, p. xix

Mazer, massar, masser, bound with silver, 198; bound with silver and gilt, 116; set of eight, 168; standing, 86

Meat, mette, 40, 178 (p. 106)

Meditationes vite Christi, see Books, Meditationes vite Christi

Medulla gramatice, see Books, Medulla gramatice

Meer, mer, see Mare

Mercers, Company of, 176n; see also Trades & occupations

Merchant, see Trades & occupations

Merchant Tailors, Taillours, fellowship, felishipp of, 76; see also Trades & occupations

Merchant's, marchauntes, mark, 219

Milk(e) house, 190 (p. 115)

Minstrel, see Trades & occupations

Mirrors, p. xix

Missal, see Books, Missal

Money, value of, p. xxi

Mortar, morter, stone, and pestle, pesstel, pestyll, 156, 178 (p. 105), p. xx; see also Spice mortar

Mortuary, 52; see also Foredrove

Moulds, moldes, 93

Musical instruments, p. xvii; see also Claricymbals; Clavichords; Harp; Lute

Mystelyn, see Maslin

N

Nails, 121

Napery, 174, 176, 178, 225; see also Linen

Napkins, napkyns, napking, 184, 192, 194, p. xix; coarse, 178 (p. 104); diaper, 86, 178 (p. 104), 190 (p. 115); plain, 86, 200 (p. 126), 223; table, 156, 215

Neckerchief, neckercheffe, neck kerchewe, nyckerchews, nekerchere, 138, 176, 198, 200 (p. 126), 219; see also Kerchief

Night cap, nyght capp, 178 (p. 107); satin, 177; velvet, 177

Night gown, nyght gown, 241; cotton, 156

Northern dozens, northeren dossens (coarse woollen cloth), 157, 168

Norwysche koverlet, see Coverlet, Norwich

Notaries public, see Trades & occupations

Nowch, see Ouch

Nuncupative wills, 26, 186, 188, 200, p. xv

Nuns, nunnes, 34, 40, 91, p. 154

Nurses for children, 178 (p. 107)

Nut(e), nutte, gilt, 178; gilt with a cover, 207; silver gilt, with a cock on the cover, 123

Nyckerchews, see Neckerchief

Nyght capp, see Night cap

Nyght gown, see Night gown

O

Obit, 18, 77, 83, 93, 183; beasts or kine left for, 4, 11, 14, 24, 61, 68, 81, p. xvii

Ordination books, p. x

Ouch, nowch, of gold, 86

Our Lady's cloth, 178 (p. 106)

Overstocks, over stokes (knee breeches), pair of, 188

P

Pail, payle, 156

Painted cloth, see Cloth, painted

Painter stainers, see Trades & occupations

Pan, panne, panny, payn, 156, 174, 178 (p. 103), 192 (p. 119), 223; brass, 214, 215; wort, 190 (p. 116)

Pantyde cloth, see Cloth, painted

Parish clerks, brotherhood of, 77; see also Trades & occupations

Parlour, parlowr, 243

Parrot, perott, 223

Parties of Abbot, see Books, Commentary on the Decretals by Nicholaus de Tudeschis

Partler, see Trades & occupations

Partlet(t), satin, 176; velvet, velewet, 176, 178 (p. 106), 184, 232

Paschal, pascall (candle), hanking or hanging of, 85

Pastler, see Trades & occupations

Paul's, Poules, Pardon, 14, 54

Payle, see Pail

Payn, see Pan

Pellos, pelowys, see Pillows

Penseor, pere of, see Pincers

Pentid cloth, see Cloth, painted

Perott, see Parrot

Pestle, pesstel, pestyll, see Mortar and pestle

Petticoat, peticot(te), petycot(te), 115, 161, 162, 164, 174, 198, 209, 232; red, 176, 178 (p. 105), 184, 200 (p. 125)

Pew in church, 32

Pewke, see Puke

Pewter, 40, 51, 174, 200 (p. 126), 209, 223; garnish of, 86, 114, p. xx; see also Dishes; Platters; Pot, etc.

Pewterers, see Trades & occupations

Physicians, see Trades & occupations

Picture, peyctour, of Christ, 62, 118, p. xviii; of Mary Magdalene, 14; of Our Lady, 118, p. xviii

Piler, see Pillows

Pillowberes, pyllow beyres, etc., 138, 155, 174, 176, 178 (p. 105), 190 (p. 115), 192 (p. 118), 200 (p. 126), 215, 219, 223, 244, p. xix

Pillows, pellos, pelowys, pewlous, piler, pyllos, etc., 130, 133, 155, 158, 169, 178 (p. 104), 190 (p. 115), 200 (p. 125), 204, 209, 215, 244; canvas, 190 (p. 115); down, doune, 138, 178 (p. 103), 184, 214; feather, fether, 194; flock, floke, 190 (p. 115), 194; fustian, 192 (p. 118); red and green say, 223

Pin, pyn(ne), silver, 194, 232

Pincers, penseor, pair, pere, of, 190 (p. 115)

Pincushion, pyn kassyn, 200 (p. 126)

Platters, platers, platres, 6, 58, 85, 90, 131, 133, 154, 155, 156, 158, 164, 183, 194, 208, 222, 228, 232; pewter, 84, 169, 174, 175, 178 (p. 105), 190 (p. 115), 192 (p. 119); treen, 156

Plumbers, see Trades & occupations

Pochyngeres, podyngers, poddengeres, see Porringers

Pomander of silver, sylvir, 179

Porringers, pochyngeres, poddengeres, podyngers, porryengers, 156, 158, 190 (p. 115), 192 (p. 119), 209

Portas, porteferum, see Books, Breviary

Porters, see Trades & occupations

Portose, see Books, Breviary

Portuguese, portugale, 110

Posnet, possenette, possnet, 156, 190 (p. 115), 192 (p. 118); brass, 174; brass with a slit, slett, 223

Pot, potte, 118, 156, 194, 232, 234; brass, brasen, 40, 54, 84, 138, 156, 162, 169, 174, 178 (p. 102), 179, 190 (p. 116), 192 (p. 118), 208, 215, 222, 223, 234, 243; brass with 3 feet and a handle, 104; drinking, pewter, 190 (p. 115); earthen, erthern, 156, 200 (p. 126); hooped, hoped, 162; iron, 156, 162, 178 (p. 102), 234; pewter, 51, 68, 90, 138, 158, 194, 215, 222; pewter with a standing foot, 177; silver and gilt with a cover, 183, 184, 223; silver with a cover, 168; silver with 2 ears, 183; stone with a cover, 168, 177; water, 209

Pot hangings, pott hanginges, 234

Pot hooks, pott hockes, howkes, 178 (p. 105), 190 (p. 116), 192 (p. 118)

Pottle-pot, pottell pott, 192 (p. 119), 215, 232; pewter, 194

Pouch, puche, with a lock, loke, of silver, 230

Poulterer, see Trades & occupations

Preacher, precher, of the word of God, 95

Prekele off ware, see Prickle of wares

Pres to le clotheses in, see Press to lay clothes in

Press, 37; to lay clothes in, 190 (p. 115), p. xix

Pressing iron, pryssyng yern, yron, 156, 221, p. xix

Prickle, prekele (wicker basket), of wares, 194

Priest's house, p. 156

Priests, passim; wages of, see Wages

Primer, prymer, see Books, Primer

Prisons & prisoners, 53, 101, p. xxi; see also (in Index of Persons & Places) Bread Street Counter, Counters, Fleet Prison, King's Bench Prison, Ludgate, Marshalsea Prison, Newgate, Westminster Gatehouse

Probate procedure, p. xv

Prymer, see Books, Primer

Pryssyng yern, see Pressing iron

Public Records, Royal Commission on, p. ix

Puche, see Pouch

Puke, pewke, puk, 101, 176, 178 (p. 105), 187, 196, 214, 243

Pulpit(t), 95

Purcyvants box, see Pursuivant's box

Purse of cloth of gold, 23

Pursuivant's, purcyvants, box, 178 (p. 106)

Purveyor, see Trades & occupations

Pye, see Books, Directorium sacerdotum

Pyllos, see Pillows

Pyn(ne), see Pin

Pyn kassyn, see Pincushion

Pyx, hook for, 65

Q

Queschyne, see Cushion

Quiver of black leather, 56

Qweschyne, see Cushion

R

Rack, rake, to hang pottes on, 215; see also Pot hangings

Rail, rayle, raylle, raylus, reylle, 138, 144, 156, 176, 178 (p. 105), 184, 198, 200 (p. 126), 209, 223; double, 219; single, 219

Rake, 209; coal, 156; fire, 190 (p. 115), 234

Raymente, see Clothes

Razors, rasers, case with, 183

Recorder of London, 204

Register FitzJames, pp. xiii, 155

Register Palmer, 1–95, pp. ix, xii, xiii, xv, xvi, xxii, 151, 152, 155

Religious houses:
-, abbeys and priories, see (in Index of Persons & Places) Austin Friars; Black Friars; Charterhouse; Chertsey, Surrey; Coggeshall, Essex; Colchester, Essex; Crowland, Lincs.; Crutched Friars; Ellerton, Yorks.; Greyfriars; Malling, Kent; St. Bartholomew Smithfield; St. John the Baptist Holywell; St. Paul's Cathedral; Swine Yorks.; Thame, Oxon.; Thoby Essex; Vale Royal, Cheshire; Walden, Essex; Waltham, Essex; Westminster Abbey
-, colleges, see Cambridge, Jesus, Pembroke; College in Crooked Lane; Jesus College, London; Oxford, Balliol, King's, Lincoln, Magdalen, Merton and University Colleges; Pleshey College, Kent; Stoke by Clare College, Suffolk; Wye College, Kent
-, hospitals, see Elsing Spital; St. Anthony, hospital of, near St. Benet Fink; St. Bartholomew, Smithfield; St. Thomas of Acon

Repair of records, pp. x, xii

Ribbon, riband, rybande, rybbyne, 138, 198; crane colour silk, 176

Ring, ryng(e), 7, 108, 174; gold, 69, 138, 148, 157, 178 (p. 106), 183, 230; gold with a diamond, dyamond, 230; gold with the five wounds, wondys, 179; gold with a ruby, 86; gold with a sapphire, saffeur, safure, 244; gold with an inscription, subscription, on the inside, 86; silver, syllvar, 198; silver and gilt, 176, 200 (p. 126), 206; wedding, 161, 244; with a jassyng, 179; with a medas, 179; with a red stone, 194; with a turquoise, 179; see also Hoop

Rode lowte, see Rood light

Rood(e), rode, 4

Rood light, lowte, 33, 192 (p. 117), 199

Rood loft, 4

Rooms, p. xviii; see also Back garret; Brushing chamber; Buttery; Chamber; Cony chamber; Drinking house; Entry; Hall; Kitchen; Parlour; Study

Royal(l) of gold, 204

Rybande, rybbyne, see Ribbon

Ryddyng cote, see Coat, riding

S

Sacers, see Saucers

Sacrament, sacarment, the, 100, 175, 230

Saddle, saddull, 154

Saddlers, see Trades & occupations

Saffron(e), 33

St. James', Jamys, shell, 174

St. John, alabaster head of, 40, p. xviii

Saler, sallett, pewter, pouter, 190 (p. 115); see also Salt; Salt cellar

Sallet, salet (light helmet), 168, 178 (p. 104)

Salt(e), salter, 84; gilt, 223; parcel gilt, 179, 184; pewter, 174, 177, 234; silver, 178; silver with a cover, 168; see also Saler; Salt cellar

Salt cellar, sawlt sellare, 138, 156, 192 (p. 119), 222; see also Saler; Salt

Salters, see Trades & occupations

Sarcenett, see Sarsenet

Sarmoney of Rypplyngton with other additions, see Books, Sermons of Philip Repyngdon

Sarsenet, sarcenett, sarsnet, 2, 58, 60, 66, 68, 179, 184; green, 192 (p. 118); Cypress, Sypures, 89

Satin, saten, satyn, satten, sattin, 4, 56, 108, 176, 177; black, 126; blue, 161; Bruges, Breges, 101, 178 (p. 103); Cypress, 56, 140; green, 101; purple, 56; tawny, 88, 116, 187, 196; white, 178 (p. 105)

Sattylle, see Settle

Saucers, sacers, sawcers, sawsars, sayssars, sawsshers, 68, 84, 85, 90, 131, 133, 144, 154, 155, 156, 158, 164, 174, 183, 190 (p. 116), 192 (p. 119), 194, 208, 215, 222, 223, 232; pewter, 51, 58, 84, 169, 178 (p. 105)

Sawlt sellare, see Salt cellar

Saws, 121

Sawsshers, see Saucers

Say(e), 56, 127, 198, 223

Sayssars, see Saucers

Scales, pair, payer, of, 156, p. xx

Schankes, see Shanks

Schepe, see Sheep

Schetys, see Sheets

Scholars, 12, 17, 47, 77, p. xvii

School, scole, 53, 62, 184n, pp. xvii, xviii

Schopp, see Shop

Scole, see School

Scriveners, see Trades & occupations

Scythe, sythe, 190 (p. 116)

Seals attached to wills, 7, 23, 25, 30, 39, 53, 64, 66, 82, 83, 98, 111, 114, 118, 120, 125, 126, 130, 131, 148, 155, 193, 194, 204, 209, 213, 219, 220, 230, 244, 245, p. xiv

Seatell, see Settle

Selar, see Celure

Sententiarum libri quatuor, see Books, Sententiarum libri quatuor

Sequens, pistilles and gospelles, book wretyn with, see Books, Epistles and gospels

Sergeant at Mace, see Trades & occupations

Sergeant of the Counter, see Trades & occupations

Sergeants, shargeantes, Company of, 145

Sermon, sermond, 95

Sermones de tempore et de sanctis of Paratus, see Books, Sermones de tempore

Sermones discipuli, see Books, Sermones discipuli

Sermones Parati, see Books, Sermones de tempore

Sermons of Sancte Vincent, see Books, Works of St. Vincent Ferrer

Sermons of Philip Repyngdon, see Books, Sermons

Servingmen, see Trades & occupations

Settle, sattylle, seatell, setyll, 161, 178 (p. 104), p. xviii; long, 209; low joined long, 178 (p. 102); with a bridle, 178 (p. 104)

Sextons, see Trades & occupations

Seynt Gregorys diologes with the omelys, see Books, Dialogues and homilies of Gregory the Great

Shaftes, see Bow and arrows

Shanks (fur), schankes, 6, 164, 179, 215

Shargeantes, cumpany of, see Sergeants, Company of

Sheaf pick, she pick, she pikes (pitchfork), 190 (p. 116)

Shearer, see Trades & occupations

Shearmen, see Trades & occupations

Shears, sheres, sherres, pair, payre of, 156, 190 (p. 116), 208, 221, 222

Sheep, shepe, schepe, sheppe, 8, 9, 14, 41, 81, 190 (p. 114), pp. xvii, xviii; see also Ewes

Sheep, ship, rakes, 190 (p. 116)

Sheets, shetes, shettes, schetes, schetys, 2, 4, 6, 7, 10, 37, 54, 66, 68, 70, 75, 86, 92, 104, 114, 118, 130, 133, 138, 140, 144, 154, 156, 158, 169, 174, 176, 178 (pp. 104, 107), 179, 183, 184, 192 (p. 118), 193, 194, 208, 209, 215, 219, 223, 234; burying, 178 (p. 105); canvas, 178 (p. 104), 183, 190 (p. 115), 200 (p. 126); coarse, course, 174, 219; fine, 155, 174, 178 (p. 104), 200 (p. 126); hemp, 190 (p. 115)

Shelves, shelvys, 178 (p. 102)

Shepe, sheppe, see Sheep

Sheres, see Shears

Sheriff of London, 83

Sherres, see Shears

Shetes, see Sheets

Shewes, see Shoes

Ship rakes, see Sheep rakes

Ship(p)s, 157, p. xxi; King's, 182

Shipwright, see Trades & occupations

Shirt, shert, shurtte, shyrte, 81, 114, 160, 177, 178 (p. 105), 188, 190 (p. 115), 192 (p. 118), 219, 230

Shoemakers, see Trades & occupations

Shoes, shewes, 167

Shomoke, see Smock

Shooting, shotynge, glove, 108

Shop, shoppe, schopp, 93, 125, 135

Shop board, borde, 156

Shovel, showll, 200; fire, 88

Shurtte, shyrte, see Shirt

Signatures to wills, 7, 23, 32, 33, 36, 39, 40, 62, 77, 116, 126, 148, 177, 183, 184, 195, 204, 219, 220, 230, 245, p. xiv

Silk, sylke, 7, 176, 177, 178 (p. 103), 218, 219

Sirplyc, see Surplice

Skalle, skole (close-fitting headpiece), 178 (p. 104)

Skillet, skyllet, skelyt, 162, 169

Skimmer, skyner, 156, 190 (p. 115)

Skinners Company, guildhall of, 98; yeomanry, yemenry, of, 230; see also Trades & occupations

Skole, see Skalle

Skyllet, see Skillet

Skyner, see Skimmer

Slaves, 110, p. xxi

Sleeves, slyves, 178 (p. 107); velvet, 183; white satin, 178 (p. 105); see also Foresleeves

Smiths, see Trades & occupations

Smock, smok(e), shomoke, 161, 176, 178 (p. 105), 184, 198, 200 (p. 126), 223, 244

Soldiers, sogger, see Trades & occupations

Spaniard, Spanyard, 110

Spanish leather, Spanys lether, 116

Speculum vite Christi, see Books, Meditationes vite Christi

Sperver (sparrow hawk), 4

Spice, spyce, mortar, 156, p. xx

Spices, spyces, 178 (p. 106)

Spinning wheels, spynnyng wyles, 156, p. xx

Spits, spetes, spettes, spytt(e)s, 84, 138, 156, 158, 178 (p. 105), 190 (p. 115), 192 (p. 118), 194, 209, 214, 215; of iron, eyron, 169

Spoons, spone, sponis, sponys, spownes, 223; pewter, 177; silver, 6, 12, 40, 51, 58, 62, 63, 68, 85, 86, 89, 123, 138, 161, 168, 174, 179, 183, 198; treen, tene, 190 (p. 115); with diamonds, 183; with lions, lyons, 168; with a maiden head, 62; with moors' heads, morrenheddes, 179

Spurs, spoures, 108

Spyce morter, see Spice mortar

Spynnyng wyles, see Spinning wheels

Staddle, stadelle, of hay, 68

Stalle, see Stool

Standard of living, pp. xxi, xxii

Stationer, see Trades & occupations

Steeple, stepull, of a church, bequest for repair, 68, 85

Steyned cloth, see Cloth, stained

Stockfishmongers, see Trades & occupations

Stockings, 12, 42, 91

Stoeters, 121

Stondyng cop, see Cup, standing

Stone, bound with silver, 198; for a grave, see Tomb

Stool, stalle, 156, 192 (p. 117), pp. xviii, xix; foot 138; joined, 138, 156, 158, 178 (p. 102)

Streamer, stremer, of cloth, 7

Study, books and desks in, 196

Subscription books, p. x

Surgeons, Company of, 108, p. xxi; see also Trades & occupations

Surgical instruments, entermentes of stele, 108

Surplice, sirplyc, surpless, surplys, 3, 12, 36, 56, 66, 84, 95

Sword, swerd(e), 160, 177, 192 (p. 118), 228

Sythe, see Scythe

T

Tabard, 121

Tabernacle, taburnacull, 84, 85, 89; of St. James, 19; of St. Mary Magdalene, 24

Table, tabyll(e), etc., 121, 138, 155, 156, 158, 178 (p. 102), 192 (p. 117), 194, pp. xviii, xix; folding, 178 (p. 102), 194, 232; joined, 214; on a frame, 155, 178 (p. 102); plain with trestles, 178 (p. 104), 190 (p. 115), 214; playing, 178 (p. 102); round, 108; round with a foot, 178 (p. 103); spruce, 54

Table board, 190 (p. 114)

Table cloths, tabyll clothys, klothes, 54, 86, 133, 156, 190 (p. 115), 194, 200 (p. 126), 215, 234, p. xix; canvas, 190 (p. 116); diaper, 92, 178 (p. 104); hemp, 190 (p. 115); plain, 86, 144, 174, 176, 178 (p. 104), 192 (p. 118), 200 (p. 126)

Tache, 198, 200 (p. 126); silver, 68, 194; silver and gilt, 65

Taffeta, taffata, taffetta, taffyta, tavyta, 168, 178 (p. 105), 183, 187

Tailors, see Trades & occupations

Tallow chandlers, see Trades & occupations

Tankard, see Water tankard

Tapers, 38, 54, 59, 82, 85, 94, 122, 150, 160, 164, 175, 200 (p. 126)

Tapestry, tapstery, tappestarie, 56, 184, 192 (p. 118)

Tavyta, see Taffeta

Tepat, tepett, see Tippet

Tester of a bed, see Bed, tester of

Thread, bolts of, thred, bowtes of, 192 (p. 118)

Tick, tycke, 190 (p. 115)

Tilers, Company of, 229; see also Trades & occupations

Tippet, tepat, tepett, tipett, typatt, typpett, 12, 60, 118; furred with cony, 58; sarsenet, 2, 58, 66, 68, 215; satin, 56; tawny cloth, 56

Toasting, tostyng, fork, 178 (p. 102)

Tomb or tombstone, 19, 33, 84, 122, 171, 219; marble, 18, 58, 62, p. xxii

Tongs, tonnges, pair of, 88, 156, 174, 178 (p. 102), 190 (p. 116), 209, 234

Tools, 93, 132, 135, 229, p. xxi; see also Cutting board; Pressing iron; Razors; Shears; Surgical instruments

Tooth pick, tothe pycke, 178 (p. 106)

Torches, torchelyght, 33, 53, 85, 155; as bequest to church, 48, 144, 150, 215

Torques, torkes, 177

Tostyng forke, see Toasting fork

Tothe pycke, see Tooth pick

Towel(e)s, towlis, toulles, 54, 133, 144, 156, 174, 176, 190 (p. 115), 192 (p. 118), 194, 200 (p. 126), 215, p. xix; diaper, 178 (p. 104)

Trades & occupations:
-, Bakers, 37, 127, 168, 183, 187, 222
-, Barbers, 107, 172(2), 183, 184
-, Brewers, 114(2), 117, 119, 178 (p. 106), 185, 215, 222, 225, 229, 230
-, Broiderer, brotherer, King's, 165
-, Butchers, 129, 132(2), 151, 168, 220
-, Butlers of Gray's Inn, 196(2)
-, Butter wife, wyff, 178 (p. 106)
-, Capper, 182
-, Carpenters, 106, 235
-, Chandler, chaunlar, 215
-, Clerk(e) of the Counter, Cownter, 204
-, Clerk(e) of the Kitchen, Kechyn, of the bishop of London, 33
-, Clothworkers, 117, 130(2), 143, 145, 146(2), 168, 174, 182, 188, 190 (p. 116), 191, 198, 222, 234, 235
-, Cobbler, cobler, 240
-, Colliers, colyer, 160(3)
-, Cook(e), 243
-, Coopers, coper, cowper, 101, 158, 236
-, Cordwainers, 101, 113
-, Curriers, curreer, corriar, coryer, 72, 77, 101(2), 177, 215
-, Cutler, cottelar, 168
-, Doctor of physic, physick, 201
-, Drapers, 7, 38, 83, 157(3), 237(2); see also Linen draper
-, Dyer, dyar, 117
-, Fishmongers, fisshmonger, fysshmonger, 27, 83(2), 155
-, Fletcher, 238
-, Founders, 30, 53, 182; see also Latten founder
-, Fruiterer, frewterer, 194
-, Fuller, 67
-, Girdlers, gurdeler, 83, 133
-, Goldsmiths, goldsmythe, gould smythe, 12(2), 76(2), 77, 111, 114, 129(2), 198, 213(2), 215
-, Grocers, 16, 30, 53, 103, 157, 174, 215
-, Haberdashers, haberdassher, 25, 101, 148(2), 153, 159, 167(2), 177, 178 (p. 102), 192 (p. 117), 199, 200 (p. 125), 204(2)
-, Harness maker, harnesmaker, 220
-, Harness scourer, harnes skowrar, 168
-, Husbandmen, 174, App. 5 (p. 155)
-, Innholders, ynholder, 114, 117, 130, 166, 190 (p. 116), 193
-, Ironmongers, iermonger, yremonger, 85, 92
-, Labourers, laborer, 155, 182
-, Latten, lattyn, founder, 117
-, Laundress, 98
-, Leathersellers, 174, 175, 187, 217
-, Linen, lynnen, draper, 114
-, Mariner, 142
-, Mercers, 7, 38, 101, 113, 125, 142, 177, 183, 184
-, Merchant, merchaunt, 33
-, Merchant tailors, merchaunt taylor, 116, 128, 145, 178 (p. 102), 182, 188, 191, 228
-, Minstrel, minsterell, 225
-, Notaries public, 25, 36, 76, 110, 111, 137n, 191, p. xv
-, Painter stainers, payntor steynor, 155, 192 (p. 117)
-, Parish clerks, 1, 2, 11, 159, 163
-, Partler, 163
-, Pastler, 56
-, Pewterers, 130, 232
-, Physicians; doctor of physick, 201; lycenciat in physyk, 110
-, Plumbers, plomer, plommer, plummer, 126, 187, 232
-, Porter, 165; of the King's Wardrobe, 192 (p. 117); of the Steelyard, 150(2), 207(4)
-, Poulterer, fre pulter, 146
-, Purveyor, poweyar, purvior, to the King, 151; to the Kynges shippys, 182
-, Saddlers, 145, 180
-, Salters, sallter, 29, 92, 114, 198
-, Scriveners, scryveners, 7, 126, 130, 131, 148(2), 155(2), 191, p. xv
-, Sergeant, sargant, of the Counter, Cownter, 168
-, Sergeant, sarjant, at Mace, Mase, 145
-, Servingmen, 85, 218, 221
-, Sextons, sexten, 4, 77, 191; lady, 40
-, Shearer, sherer, 194
-, Shearmen, sherman, 7, 168, 198
-, Shipwright, schep wrytte, 106
-, Shoemakers, 182, 209, 225
-, Skinners, 145, 146, 157, 230
-, Smiths, smeth, smyth, 53, 142, 158, 168
-, Soldiers, sogger, 185(2)
-, Stationer, 137
-, Stockfishmongers, stokfyshemoner, 47 (2), 169
-, Surgeon, 108
-, Tailors, tailliour, tayllor, 113, 116, 133(2), 156, 167, 182, 183, 232, App. 5 (p. 154)
-, Tallow chandlers, tallough chaundeler, 126, 131(4), 174
-, Tilers, tyllar, 126, 169, 229
-, Upholder, 174
-, Vintners, 125, 219
-, Wax chandler, waxe chanler, 194
-, Woolmen, wolman, 238(2)
-, Woolpackers, wollpacker, 190 (pp. 114, 116)
-, Yeomen, yoman, 115, 174, 220

Trenchers, trencheres, 190 (p. 115)

Trestles, tressells, trestille, triscill, 40, 138, 158, 168, 178 (pp. 102, 104), 190 (pp. 114, 115), 192 (p. 117)

Trivet, trevete, trevytte, 156, 190 (p. 115), 192 (p. 118)

Trough, trowgh, 54

Tub(s), tobe, tube, tubbe, 156, 214; bound with iron, 178 (p. 102); bucking, boking (washing), 156, 178 (p. 105); water, 156

Tunic, 61

Twill, twyll, 44

Tycke, see Tick

Typatt, see Tippet

U

Upholder, see Trades & occupations

V

Valance, of paynted lynen clothe, 130; to a bed, 155

Velvet, velveytt, vellet, vellyt, welvett, welwite, 108, 123, 160, 176, 178 (pp. 105, 106), 179, 183, 184, 197, 232

Verjuice, verges, 133, 164

Vestments, 6, 10, 14, 38, 58, 77; suit, sewte, of, 49, pp. xvii, xxii; white damask, 11, 35; see also Alb, Cope, Surplice

Vicar-generals' books, pp. ix n, x n

Vinegars, vyneigars, 133

Vintners, Vynteneres, Company of and hall of, 219; see also Trades & occupations

Visitation books, p. x

Vyne, see Wine

Vyneigars, see Vinegars

Vynteneres, see Vintners

W

Wages, 210; of a maid, 178 (p. 106); of nurses, 178 (p. 107); of a priest, 2, 92, 122, pp. xxii, 156

Waistcoat, waste cootte, 12, 178 (p. 107)

Warming pan, bedde panne, fyrepan, 138, 223, p. xix

Wascheyng bolle, see Bowl, washing

Washing facilities, p. xix

Water tankard, watter tankerd, tanccard, 156, 178 (p. 105), 190 (p. 115)

Watermarks, pp. xii, xv

Watter pott, see Pot, water

Watter tankerd, see Water tankard

Wax, wex, 12, 33, 59, 84, 100, 164, 175, 178 (p. 106), 199

Wax chandler, see Trades & occupations

Weddyng ryng, see Ring

Well house, welhows, 178 (p. 104)

Wessinges stokes (?washing trough), 190 (p. 115), p. xix

Wheat, whete, wheete, 4, 8, 9, 84, 216

Whistle, wyscyll, silver, 178 (p. 106)

Winding, wyndynge, sheet, 178 (p. 106)

Window, wyndow, wyndewe, 18; and glass, 108, p. xxi; curtain, 178 (p. 104); lattice, 88, p. xvii; to be glazed, 54; to be latticed, 54

Wine, vyne, 12, 164

Wod bolle, see Bowl, wood

Wode knyffe, see Knives, wood

Wolsted, see Worsted

Wood knives, see Knives, wood

Woolmen, Wolmen, Company of, 238; see also Trades & occupations

Woolpackers, see Trades & occupations

Worsted, wosted, wostide, wolsted, wusted, 10, 40, 68, 108, 123, 138, 144, 184, 190 (p. 115), 192 (p. 118), 209, 232; black, 176, 196; russell, 161, 176, 178 (p. 105), 183, 187, 200 (p. 125); tawny, 101, 176

Wort pans, 190 (p. 116)

Wostide, see Worsted

Wrenches, wrynchys, 184

Writing school, 53

Wusted, see Worsted

Wyscyll, sylver, see Whistle, silver

Wytsons kandelles, see Candles, Whitsun

Y

Yeomen, see Trades & occupations

Yewer, yowre, see Ewer