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'Index: D', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 12 Part 2: June-December 1537 (1891), pp. 551-562. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75732 Date accessed: 23 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Dabram. See Babraham.

Dachett. See Datchet.

Dachicourt, Ferry, I. 1076.

Dacre of the North (or of Gilsland), William Lord, I. 225, 372, 426, 439, 500, 595 (p. 274), 636, 667, 843, 919, 1090 (p. 506); II. 102 (3, 4), 112, 181, 186 (4), 203 (pp. 86–7), 440, 537, 696, 712, 865, 964 (2), 1076, 1212 n.

-, -, letters from, I. 500; II. 112, 440.

Dacre of the North, Thomas lord (1485–1525), II. 203, 642.

Dacre of the South, Thos.Fienes. (Fenys) lord, I. 1199, 1207 (20):—g. 1330 (33); II. 911 (pp. 919–20), 964 (2), 1060 (p. 374), 1169.

-, -, letter from, II. 1169.

Dacre, Sir Chr., uncle of Will Lord Dacre, I, 426–7, 439, 448, 479, 492, 498, 500. 687 (pp. 301, 304), 843; II. 112, 181.

-, -, letters to, I. 426–7.

-, (Dakers), Ric., I. 7 (p. 10).

-, R., I. 571.

-, Robert, II. 1151 (3):—g. 1150 (41).

-, (Dacrez, Daker), Thomas, I. 1027; II. 249 (3 ii., 6), 250 (1 ii), 696 (2), 712.

Daggers and swords, list, II. 877.

Dakers. See Dacres.

Dakyn, George, I. 788.

Dakyns (Dawkyns), Dr. John, rector of Kirkby Ravensworth, I. 306 (p. 138), 698, 786–9, 849 (p. 380), 878, 896, 914 (p. 416), 101 l(pp. 453–4), 1021, 1025, 1035, 1089 (p. 504); II. 502.

-, -, letter from, I. 786.

-, -, examination of, I. 786.

-, -, statement by, I. 789.

Dalamere. See Delamere.

Dalavale. See Delavale.

Dalay, Gilb., II. 912.

Dalby, Thos., former archdeacon of Richmond, II. 186 (21).

Dalbye, Edw., prior of Ulvescroft, I. g. 311 (48).

Dale Abbey, Derb., I. g. 311 (40); II. 111.

-, John Bybe, abbot of, I. g. 31 (40).

Dale, ——, chaplain to the bp. of Norwich, I. 1281.

-, Eliz., I. g. 539 (21).

-, Wm., I. g. 539 (21); II. 172 (p. 57).

Dalerever or Dalarycere. See Delaryvers.

Dales (Dallys), the, of Yorkshire (Swaledale, Wensleydale, &c), I. 115, 179, 201 (p. 86), 202 (p. 104).

Dalesgre, Mons., French commander, I. 556 (p. 260).

Dalison, George, I. 734 (8).

-, (Dalyson), Wm., I. 849 (p. 383), 1089 (p. 503), 1207 (7).

Dalky in Omayll, co. Dublin, II. 1310 i. (2).

D'Allas, M., II. 212 (p. 92), 213.

Dalston, Cumb., I. 687 (pp. 301, 303.).

-, vicar of, I. 687 (p. 304).

Dalston (Daulston, Dalson), Thos., I. 687 (pp. 301, 303); II. 233, 249 (6), 250 (1, ii).

Dalton in Furness, Lanc., I. 841 (2), 842.

-, bailiff of See Richardson, Alex.

-, vicar of, I. 652, 841 (2, 4), 849, (p. 380), 1089 (p. 504).

-, -, saying of, I. 841 (2).

Dalton, —— II. 1139.

-, Thos., II. 172 (2).

Daltons (Daltuns), the, Irish family, II. 729 (4 p. 261).

Daltonston, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (11).

Daltre. See Dawtrey.

Dalyvell, John, priest, II. 80.

-, Robert, II. 74, 80.

Damadocke, Thos., I. 1271 (4).

Dame Elensbury or Elynsbury, near Ampthill, Beads., I. 150; II. g. 796 (18).

Dampmartin, Philip de Bonlinvilier, comte de, I. 556 (p. 260).

Damport, Thos., of Henbury, II. 1186:—g. 411 (9), 1150 (18).

Danaster or Danastre (see also Banester), II. 298.

-, John, II. g. 1008 (44).

Danby, ——, I. 29; II. 186 (40, 41).

-, Sir Chr., I. 6 (pp. 5, 7), 29 (2), 281, 392 (p. 191), 393, 787, 789, 1011, 1012 (p. 456), 1035, 1092, 1172 (2), 1207(3), 1227 (3, 13).

-, Wm., II. 21.

Dancaster, Thos., abbot (late) of Rufford, II. g. 1008 (9).

Dancy. See Daunce.

Dandolo (Dandulus), Matteo, II. 791.

Danes, the. See Denmark.

Danesius, ——, I. 516.

Danester. See Banester.

Danet, Gerard, I. g. 1103 (32).

Dankaster. See Doncaster.

Danyell or Daniel, —— Cromwell's servant, II. 848.

-, George, II. 974.

-, Laurence, I. 129, 379.

-, Robt., II. 1119.

-, Thos., Observant Friar, II. 1045, 1076–7, 1231.

-, Thos., II. g. 1150 (42).

Darby. See Derby,.

Darcy, Thomas lord, I. 6 i. (pp. 5–8), ii., 7, 20, 26, 29 (1–2), 33, 39, 43, 50–1, 64, 67–8, 81 n, 84, 99, 102, 104, 112, 114–5, 134–6, 147n, 154–9, 162, 169–72, 183–4, 192, 197–8, 200 (p. 85), 208, 226, 247, 280–1, 295, 303, 306, (pp. 137–8), 349, 362, 369, 371, 380, (p. 178), 383, 390–1, 392 (pp. 190, 193), 393, 408, 470, 491, 506, 518, 533, 543, 630, 666, 698 (1, 3), 699, 706, 730, 783, 797, 811, 835, 846–50, 852–4, 863, 871, 878, 899, 900, 901 (pp. 409–12), 944–5 (pp. 428–9), 946 (2), 947, 961, 967, 973–4, 976, 981, 991, 1013.

(pp. 457–9), 1018, 1021, 1022 passim, 1064, 1079–80, 1087 (pp. 497–8), 1088–9, 119–20, 1129, 1156, 1172 (1, 2), 1175, 1186–7, 1199 (2, 3), 1200, 1206–7, 1225, 1227, 1234, 1239–40, 1252, 1257–8, 1285, 1315:—g. 1330 (1); II. 1, 30, 41, 43, 77 (p. 27), 105 see Notes), 133, 144, 166 (p. 55), 178, 181, 185-6, 190, 201, 203, 228, 234, 292 iii., 313, 321 (2), 400, 432, 445, 466, 588, 887, 915, 925, 954, 966, 984, 1016:—g. 1311 (38, 39).

-, -, letters from, I. 39, 84, 115, 135, 154–6, 171–2, 184, 280, 349, 390–1, 470, 699, [847–9]; II. 186.

-, -, letters to, I. 7, 20, 26, 43, 51, 99, 104, 112, 114, 157–8, 162, 170,183, 197, 208, 295, 383, 408, [847–9]; II. 186.

-, -, his clerk, handwriting of, I. 26 (2).

-, -, correspondence of, I. 1088, 1089; II. 186.

-, -, his checker rolls, I. 1088; II. 186 (68).

-, -, his daughter, II. 186 (17).

-, -, degrading of, II. 313, 466.

-, -, his debts, II. 1.

-, -, evidence (correspondence, &c.) against, I. 847–50, 853, 1087 (p. 497–8), 1200.

-, -, handwriting of, I. 26 (13), 147n, 157–8, 303; II. 186.

-, -, interrogatories for, I. 900, 944.

-, -, memorands by, I. 303, 371, 1234.

-, -, notes by, I. 7.

-, -, his offices, II. 234.

-, -, pardon to, I. 134.

-, -, petition of, II. 1.

-, -, his sister, II. 186 (1).

-, -, his sons, II. 186 (1). See also Darcy, Sir George and Sir Arthur.

-, -, his steward. See Strangways, Thos.

-, -, -, letter from, II. 186 (7).

-, -, sent to the Tower, I. 846.

-, -, his wife (qu. 1st or 2nd?), II. 1, 186 (19).

-, -, his first wife. See Darcy, Dousabella.

-, -, his second wife. See Darcy, Edith.

-, -, his words to Cromwell, I. 976, 981, 1120.

Darcy, Mrs., II. 1060 (p. 374).

-, Sir Arthur, second son of Lord Darcy, I. 172, 197, 208, 218, 295, 303, 306, 371, 382–3, 391, 408, 470, 506, 678 (?), 699, 706, 709, 730, 777 (p. 338), 783, 811, 967–8, 1022, 1034 (p. 473), 1089 (pp. 503–4), 1129; II. 1, 59, 97, 186 (17, 40, 46, 47, 63, 64, 74, 75n, 82), 192, 205 (p. 89), 1060 (p. 374):— g. 1008 (27).

-, -, letters from, I. 197, 383, 408, 470, 506, 1129; II. 59, 97.

-, -, letters to, I. 172, 218, 391.

-, -, his wife, II. 59.

-, Dorothy, lady (d. of John Melton), wife of Sir George, I. 81; II. 186 (40, 45).

-, -, letter from, I. 81.

-, Dousabella, dec. (d. of Sir Ric. Tempest, dec.), first wife of Lord Darcy, I. 81 n; II. 186 (40).

-, Edith, lady, second wife of Lord Darcy (she was daughter of Wm. lord Sandes and widow of Ralph lord Nevill, by whom she was mother of Ralph earl of Westmoreland), II. 1, 186 (33, 39, 62).

-, -, letter from, II. 186 (39).

-, (Darsye), Lady Elizabeth, II. 973 v.

-, Sir George, eldest son of lord Darcy, I. 6 (p. 7), 7 (p. 10), 81, 155, 208, 247, 280–1, 295, 303 (Sir G. D.), 350 n, 362, 699, 811, 849, 852 (2), 946, 1022 (pp. 465–6), 1087 (p. 498), 1089, 1172 (2); II. 102 (5), 172 (2), 186 (15?, 31, 40, 45, 47, 60, 71), 432, 966, 1151.

-, -, letters from, I. 247, 295, 811; II. 186 (31, 45, 47, 60).

-, -, letters to, I. 81, 280, [849].

-, -, his children, I. 81, 1172 (2); II. 186 (45, 47).

-, -, his father-in-law. See Melton, Sir John.

-, -, his eldest son, I. 1022.

-, James, II. 1310 i. (37).

-, John, II. 1310 i. (2).

-, Robt., II. 1310 i. (37).

-, Sir Thos., of Essex, II. 911 ii., 1060 p. 374):—g. 1150 (30. See Errata).

-, Thomas, son of Sir George, II. 186 (40, 47).

-, William, second son of Sir George, II. 186 (40).

Darell, Peter, I. 92.

-, Thos., II. 1282:—g. 1311 (28).

-, -, signature of, II. 1282.

Darius, Silvester, I. 38.

Darlaston (Durlaston), Staff., I. 1263.

Darley (Derley, Derlegh) Abbey, Derb., II. 111.

-, letter dated at, II. 502.

Darlington (Daryngton, Darnton, Dcrntton, Derneton), Dham., I. 259, 789; II. 189, 1181.

Darnehall, Chesh., I. 694.

Darnold, Mrs., II. 2.

Darnton. See Darlington.

Darragon. See Arragon, d'.

Darsham (Dersham), Suff., I. g. 1103 (11).

Dartford, Kent, I. 63; II. 1103.

Dartmouth (Dertmouth), Devon:—I. g. 1330 (61); II. 738–9:—g. 1311 (15).

-, letters dated, I. 74; II. 691.

-, comptrollership of, II. 738–9.

-, customer of, I. 74.

-, mayor of, I. 74; II. 691.

-, searcher of, I. 74.

Dartnell, Jacques, I. 1186.

Darwyn Stayen, II. 1212 (p. 427).

Daryngton, See Darlington.

Datary, the, of the Papal Court, I. 1189; II. 701.

Datchet (Dachett), Bucks., II. 1241.

Dateyn. See Athènes, d'.

Datowne, Ed., II. 859.

Daubenet (Dawbeney), Harry lord, 1.452, 1279; II. 195 (p. 85):—g. 1150 (21).

Daubeney (Dawbeney), Lady, II. 1060 (p. 374).

Daubeney (Dawbeney), Giles, lord (1486–1507), I. 452.

Daubray or Dorbe, François, I. Francois, I. 47 (5, 9, 15, 15–19).

Daulston. See Dalston.

Daunce (Dawnse, Dawncye, Daunse, Dancy, Dauncy, Dawnce), Sir John, surveyor of Crown lands, I. 796–7, 1150:—

g.539 (40), 1330 (61); II. 126, 157,166, 275, 357, 555 (p. 210), 684, 851,

1209–10, 1273:—g. 1108 (31), 1150 (15).

-, (Dawnsye), Ric., letter from, II. 318.

-, (Dauncy), Thos., gentleman usher, II. 1060 (p. 373).

Dauphin, the. See Henry.

Dauphiné, in France, II. 16, 1040.

David ap Lewis or Ap David Lewis, Hugh, II. 158, 1057 (2).

Davidson, Wm., II. 58 ii.

Davie. See Davy.

Davis (Davys), Edw., I. 701.

-, (Daves), Robt., II. 496.

Davy, Sir, a priest, II. 907–8.

-,——, of Howden, I. 946.

-, John, I. 354, 812; II. 271, 574.

-, John, Carthusian, I. 1233; II. 91 ii.

-, John, Nottingham pursuivant, dec., I. g. 1330 (27).

-, or David, Ric., II. 647–8, 982.

-, Roger, II. g. 1311 (22 p. 470).

-, Thos., II. 536.

-, (Davie), Wm., II. 1068.

Davyson, Robt., I. 535.

Dawbeney. See Daubeney.

Dawdyn (Dawdon, Dham.?), II. 189.

Dawewisse, the lord of, II. 650.

Dawkins, George, I. g. 539 (25).

-, John. See Dakyns.

-, Ric., I. 247.

Dawncye. See Daunce.

Dawne, Yorks, II. g. 411 (4).

Dawney (Dawny), Eliz., prioress of Blackborough, I. 251.

-, Sir John, I. 6 (p. 7), 392 (p. 191), 1172 (2), 1207 (3).

Dawnse or Dawnsye. See Daunce.

Dawson, ——, II. 186 (14).

-, Alex., I. 1175.

-, James, I. 581.

-, John, I. 581, 581 n, 1246 (2).

-, Ric., II. 353.

Dawtrey or Dawtrye, Francis, I. 627 (1, 2).

-, (Dawtree), Sir John, I. 747.

-, (Dawtric, Daltre), Marm., II. 44.

-, (Dawtry), Thos., serjeant-at-arms, II. 1060 (p. 373).

Dawys, Edw., I. 92.

Day (Deye), George, S.T.P., Master of St. John's College in Cambridge (July 1537), II. 258, 425, 809, 911 ii., 1122 (p. 393):—g. 796 (4, 10).

-, John, I. 1095.

-, Thos., prior of Leeds, letters from, I. 867, 1308.

-, (Dey), Wm., I. 531, 581 n.

Dazincourt. See Agincourt.

Deal, Kent, I. 718 (2, 3).

Dean, Cumb., II. 398.

Dean, Lanc., I. 633.

Dean (Dene) forest, Glouc., II. 1306.

Dean, Little, Glouc., I. g. 795 (42).

Dean, West (Westdene), Suss., II. g. 1008 (19).

Dean or Deane, ——, Hutton's brother-in-law, II. 108, 560, 1172.

-, James, II. 417.

-, (à Deane), John, II. 1298.

-, Rob., I. g. 1103 (33).

-, (à Deane), Wm., mayor of Wallingford, letter from, II. 1298. See also Deyne.

Dearham (Dereham, Deram), Cumb., I. 498 (2), 1214 (2).

Debateable Ground, the, on the West Borders, II. 666, 1158 (neutral ground).

Debyde alias Gigges, q. v.

Decon, Thos., II. g. 1311 (4).

Deddington (Dodyngton), Oxon, I. g. 539 (19). See also Doddington.

Dedham, Essex, II. g. 191 (53).

Dedinton. See Doddington.

Deepdale (Depdale), I. g. 1104 (8).

Deeps (Dyppes, Dippis), the, in Ireland, II. 763, 1310 i. (19).

Deer (see also Venison), I. 87, 393 (a tegg), 928; II. 186 (1, 67), 229, 248 (p. 104), 1236, 1255.

Def (see also Duf), Edm., II. 837.

-, Ric., II. 837.

Defensor Fidci, the title, II. 295.

Deffrenclude. See Dyffryncloid.

Dekelande. See under Calais.

Delahide, ——, of Moyclare, II. 1288 ii.

-, Chr., II. 1301 i. (2), ii. (1).

-, Edw., rector of Kilberry, Irish traitor, II. 1310 i. (45).

-, James, Irish rebel, II. 383, 485, 1310 i. (45).

-, Richard, chief baron of the Irish Exchequer (1537), II. 1310 i. (p. 463) ii. (1 bis), iii.:—g. 1008 (36).

-, -, signature of, II. 1310 i. (p. 463), iii.

-, Walter, Irish traitor, II. 1310 i. (9, 45).

Delalaund, Joan lady, I. g. 539 (7).

Delamere (Dalamere) Forest, Chesh., I. 717.

Dela Royer, Robert, I. 392 (p. 191).

Delaryver (Dalerever), ——, I. 6 (p. 7), 1018.

-, (Dalaryvere), Thos., I. 543, 731, 942, 1159, 1172 (2), 1207 (4).

-, -, letter from, I. 543.

De la Sart. See Du Blioul.

Delavale (De Lavale), Sir John, II. 249–50 (1, 5).

Dela Warr (Delaware), Thos. West, lord, I. 2, 747, 1008, 1199, 1207 (20); II. 445, 911 (pp. 319–20), 1060 (p. 374).

-, -, letter from, I. 2.

Delewethlond. See Dolwyddelan.

Delfault, M., I. 441.

Delftshaven (?Dolos Haven), in Holland, I. 718.

Delhowe, Beds, II. g. 796 (18).

Delius, Matthew, II. 433.

Del Soll, John, I. 353.

Delves, Sir Harry, II. 1123, 1186:—g. 1150 (18).

-, -, letters from, II. 1123, 1186.

Delvyn (Delven), Ric. Nugent, baron of, I. 983; II. 76, 146–7, 383 (pp. 156–7), 729 (5), 943, 1046, 1139, 1288, 1310 i. (1, 2, 3), ii, (2).

-, -, signature of, I. 983.

-, -, his sons, II. 383.

Demor. See Diamor.

Dempsies, the Irish family, II. 383 (p. 157).

Denbigh, in Wales, I. 1148, 1183, 1218, 1271:—g. 539 (14, 37), 795 (7, 29), 1103 (37), 1330 (21); II. g. 1150 (26).

-, steward of. See Salisbury, John.

Dene. See Deane.

Denehill, II. 187 (6 ii.).

Dengen, lord of, I. 1066.

Dengin Castle, in Ireland, II. 76, 86, 146.

Denham, Suff., I. g. 795 (39).

Denham, Eliz., II. 1100.

-, Wm., II. 1100.

Denizations (see also Aliens), I. g. 311 (5, 13, 16, 49), 539 (8, 17, 18, 27, 28, 34, 41), 795 (3, 6), 1103 (9, 10, 12, 23, 25, 26), 1104 (7), 1330 (35, 57); II. 801–2:—g. 1150 (36).

Denmark, and the Danes, I. 556 (p. 259); II. 219, 585, 745.

-, king of. See Christian III.

-, the princess of. See Milan, duchess of.

Dennis, Denys, &c.,——, I. 74.

-, Sir Thomas, recorder of Exeter, I. 920, 1000, 1153; II. 557, 754 (2), 803, 1060 (p. 373):—g. 1150 (30. See Errata).

-, -, I. 920, 1000, 1153; II. 803.

-, (Deynis), Sir Walt., II. 911 ii.:—g. 1008 (18), 1150 (18, 33).

Denny, Glouc., I. g. 795 (42).

Denny, Anthony, of the Privy Chamber, keeper of Westminster Palace, I. 571 II. 726, 764, 973 v.:—App. 43:—g. 796 (13).

-, -, letter to, II. App. 43.

Dent, Yorks., I. 6 (p. 6), 39, 136, 362, 392 (p. 194), 632, 901 (p. 405), 914 (pp. 415–16), 959, 965.

-, bailiff of, See William, Brian.

Dent, Hugh, I. 498 (2).

Denton, Norf., II. g. 1311 (24).

Denton, John, I. 687; II. 157, 836 iii. —g. 1150 (15).

-, Thos., I. 734 (8), 1207 (13).

Denvill (qu. Donohill, co. Tipperary?) II. 898.

Denys. See Dennis.

Denyson, Gilb., I. 498 (2).

Depden wood (Nthld.?), II. 398.

Depe. See Dieppe.

Deptford Strand (Depfordestronde), Kent, II. 975.

-, letter dated, II. 577.

Deram. See Dearham.

Derbes Island. See Durbard's Island.

Derby, I. 679.

-, letter dated at, II. 111.

-, gaol of, I. g. 311 (30).

-, St. Mary's priory, I. g. 1330 (18).

-, St. Werburg's, II. 111 n.

Derby (Darby), Edward Stanley earl of, I. 6 (p. 6), 7, 302, 303 (p. 137?), 348, 393, (p. 195), 478, 518, 520, 578, 630, 632, 652 n, 668, 781, 785, 840 (p. 369), 841 (3 ii.), 842, 847 (13), 848 (p. 378), 849 (pp. 379–81), 853, 901 (p. 405), 946 (2), 970, 1008, 1014, 1022 (p. 466), 1034, 1086, 1087 (p. 498), 1089 (p. 503), 1115, 1212 (2); II. 186 (40), 445, 515, 1151 (3), 1299:—g. 191 (22).

-, -, letters from, I. 520, 632, 1115.

-, -, letter to, I. 668.

Derby, Thomas, second earl of (1504–21), II. g. 191 (22).

Derby, countess of, II. 892, 1060 (p. 374).

Derby, Thomas, clerk of the Council and of the Privy Seal, I. 896; II. 249 (7).

-, -, handwriting of, I. 98 (3), 411, 518, 630, 671 (2), 840, 841 (3), 879, 1257; II. 249 (1, 2, 6).

Derbyshire, I. 179 (p. 78), 466:—g. 539 (9); II. 568, 1141:—g. 191 (50), 411 (35), 1008 (43), 1150 (18).

Dereham. See Dearham.

Dereham East (Estderham), Norf., letter dated at, II. 13.

Derike, ——, II. 1020.

Deriknockane castle, beside Limerick, II. 782.

Dering, Ric., II. 136:—App. 39.

-, -, letter from, II. App. 39.

Derlegh or Derley. See Darley.

Dermotte, Henry, II. 1310 i. (43).

Derneten or Derntton. See Darlington.

Dersham. See Darsham.

Dertmouth. See Dartmouth.

Derver, co. Meath (sic), II. 1310 i. (2).

Derwent, the Cumberland river, I. 185.

-, the Yorkshire river, I. 136, 157, 159, 392 (p. 188), 1186.

Des Gardins. See Gardins.

Desmond, James Fitzgerald, 11th earl, II. 898 (4 ii).

-, pretended earl of. See Fitzgerald, James (FitzJohn).

-, earl of, I. 394 (4, qu. the pretended earl? q. v.

-, earldom of, I. 343; II. 383–3, 698, 943.

Desmond earls (and family) of, I. 1098; II. 383.

Despleghem (Displegen), George van, secretary in Flanders, II. 633, 957.

Desquire, Simon, I. 1075.

Des Reaulx (Des Ruyaulx), Mons., a knight of St. John, I. g. 1105 (7); II. 663.

Dessestain. See Isselstein.

Desvres, near Boulogne, I. 1076.

Dethick (Dethyck), Thos., prior of Thurgarton, I. g. 539 (39).

Detling, Kent, II. 907.

Devenysshe, Thos., II. g. 191 (11).

-, Wm., II. g. 191 (11).

Devereux, Alex., abbot of Dunbrody, II. 1310 ii. (3).

-, (Deverus), John, II. 135, 898 (7), 1310 i. (43), ii. (2).

-, Nich., II. 893 (3, 8).

-, (Devoroux, Devurax), Ric., deputy justice of S. Wales. I. 597, 800, 830; II. 776, 835, 852, 896, 985, 995, 1183.

-, -, letter from, II. 776.

-, Walter. See Ferrers, lord.

-, Walter, of Kilkevan, II. 898 (5 ii.).

Devereux, the, Irish family, II. 898 (8).

Devizes, Wilts., II. 247 ii.

Devonshire, 1.30,483, 494,585–6, 1069; II. 186 (19), 352, 548, 690, 812, 875, 922, 992, 1101, 1209–11:—g. 617 (7), 1150(7, 18).

-, sheriff of. See Carew, Sir George,also (1537–8) Pollard, Ric.

-, under sheriff of, II. 856.

Devyllers. See Villiers, de.

Dew, Thos., I. 1004.

Dewblynge. See Dublin.

Dewe, Richard, I. 718.

Dewke, Wm., I. 1294 (2).

Dewlow, Beds., near St. Neots, II. g. 796(18).

Dewlyke. See Duleek.

Dexar. See Dixar.

Dey. See Day.

Deyghton. See Dighton.

Deyn, Helen. See Swine, abbess of.

Deyne or Adeyne, Robt., II. 815, 912.

Deynis. See Dennis.

Deyryknogkan castle, in Ireland, I. 1098.

Diamond,——, I. 946 (2).

Diamor (Demor), co. Meath, II. 1301 i. (2).

Dice playing, II. 1247.

Dicheham, Wm., priest, I. 380 (p. 175).

Dickens (Dyccouns), Chr., II. 1241.

Dickering (Dykring), Yorks., I. 369 (p. 165).

Dickson (Dyckeson), Janet, I. 1214 (2).

Dickyngson, Wm., clk., I. 725.

Diddington, Hunts., II. g. 1311 (20).

Diego, Don. See Hurtado de Mendoza, DonDiego.

Dieppe (Depe), I. 47 (9), 463 (p. 222), 556(p. 259); II. 336, 362, 494, 556, 612, 708, 759, 1331.

-, letters dated at, 11.211, 257, 900, 1262.

-, comptroller of. See Duval, Nich.

Dieppe, vicomte de. See Ango, Jehan.

Dierick, Graeuwe, I. 77 (See Errata).

Digby (Dygby), Sir Everard, I. 126:—g. 1330 (53).

-, -, signature of, I. 126.

-, Everard, Carthusian, I. 1232.

-, Henry, II. 196.

-, Kenelm, I. g. 1330 (53).

-, Reginald, I. g. 1103 (6).

Digges, Jas., I. g. 1105 (8).

- (Dyggys), Thos., II. g. 1150 (13),1311 (28).

-, Wm., I. g. 1105 (8).

Dighton (Deyghton), John, I. 1227 (10).

-, Robt, I. 70 iv., viii., x., xii., 420, 639, 1207 (7), 1213, 1218.

-, -, letter to, I. 420.

Dignely. See Dingley.

Dikenson or Dickynson, William, clk., I. 725.

Dillon,——, II. 1139.

-, Edw., dean of Kildare, Irish traitor, II. 1310 i. (45).

-, (Dylon), Robt., King's attorney in Ireland, II. 1124, 1310 ii.(1).

-, -, signature of, II. 1124.

-, Robt., II. 1310 ii. (3).

-, Thos., II. 1310 ii. (1).

Dillons, the, Irish family, II. 729 (4 p. 261).

Dingley, John, I. g. 311 (21), 539 (3), 1330(22).

-, Roger, D.D., II. App. 40, 41.

-, -, letter to, II. App. 41.

-, (Dyngley, Dignely), Sir Thos., commander of Baddesley and Mayne, I 78, 207, 975:—g. 1103 (28); II. 427,663, 870 (p. 307), 921, 950, 952–3, 1023, 1143 (p. 401).

-, -, letters to, II. 427, 663.

-, -, "personal answers" of, I. 78.

-, Wm., I. g. 1330 (22).

Dinkley (Dinkeley), Lanc., I. 879.

Dinnington (Dynnynton), II. 1256 (2).

Disney, Ric., I. 1207 (13).

Dispensation for Lent, the King's, I. 746,755–6, 824, 927.

Displegen. See Despleghem, van.

Disque, in Sclavonia, I. 924.

Diss, Norf., I. 424.

Dissert. See Dysart.

Ditchelling (Dychelyng), Suss., letter dated at, I. 106.

Ditchingham (Dychyngham), Norf., II. g.1311 (24).

Ditton, Thames-, Surr., II. 1241 (?Dyttoune).

Dix, John, I. 1301 (2).

Dixar (Dexar), Don Antonio, I. 1141; II.18, 118.

Dixon,——, II. 918.

- (Dykeson), John, I. g. 1103(31).

- (Dicson), Miles, I. 965.

- (Dyxson), Thos., I. 581.

Dobbyn or Dobyn, Gilb., II. 859.

-, Peter, II. 898 (3).

Dobbyns, Alex., I. 308 (p. 140).

Dobliol, Lawr. See Du Blioul.

Dobre or Daubray, François, I. 47 (5, 9, 13, 15–19).

Dobson, Gilbert, II. 186 (43).

-, John, I. 498 (2).

-, John, vicar of Muston, II. 1212, 1231.

-,Thos. 1.489.

Dobydo alias Gigges, q. v.

Dobyn. See Dobbyn.

Dockenton. See Duckyngton.

Dockwray (Dokrey, Dockraye), Thos., I. 671(p. 296), 914 (pp. 415, 417).

Doctor, Mr., II. 767. See also Legh, Dr.: Cray ford, John, clk.

Dodd or Dod (Dode), John, I. 859:—g. 795(12); II. g. 191 (50).

-, (Dode), Randal, I. 1145; II. 1147.

Doddington (Dodyngton), Camb., letter dated at, II. 533.

Doddington (Dedinton, Deddington), Chesh., letters dated at, II. 1123, 1186.

Doddington (Dudington), Linc., I. g. 1105 (12).

-, parson of, I. 581 n.

Dodgeson, Robert, I. 849 (p. 380).

Dodington. See Dunton.

Dodlay. See Dudley.

Dodmer (Dodmore), lady, I. 1277 iii.

-, Sir Ralph, dec., II. 417.

Dodstone, Ric., I. 661.

Dodyngton. See Deddington.

Dogan (Douggon, Doggon, Doogan), Adrian, I. 330, 1041; II. 573, 941, 1206, 1278–9:—g. 191 (54).

-, -, letter from, I. 330.

-, -, his daughter, I. 1041; II. 941.

-, -, petition of, II. 1279.

Dogeson, John, Robert, and William, I. 18.

Dogets, John, I. 718 (3).

Dogiet, Mark, I. 1131, 1245.

Dogs (hounds, mastiff, greyhound, bulldog), II. 300, 538, 711, 807, 1125, 1200, 1254, 1289, 1291.

Doket. See Duckett.

Dokrey. See Dockwray.

Dollardstown (Dullardston), in Duleek, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (10).

Dollingcourt or Dolincourt (qu. Donningcourt q. v., John, letter from, I. 1166.

-, -, letter to, I. 751.

Dologand or Dologhland. See Dolwyddelan.

Dolos Haven. See Delftshaven.

Dolphyn, the (Dauphin). See Henry.

Dolwyddelan (Delewethlond, Dologand, or Dologheland), Carnarvonsh., II. g. 1311 (22).

Domeryght, John, I. 990.

Don (Dune, Downes, Downe, Doon), the Yorkshire river, I. 392 (p. 191), 901(p. 410), 1175 ii.; II. 712 (p. 256).

Donadea (Donada), co. Kildare, II. 1310 i. (4):—g. 1008 (35).

Donaghmore (Donamore), co. Meath, II. g. 1008 (35).

Donboyn. See Dunboyne.

Donbrody. See Dunbrody.

Doncaster (Dankaster, Dancaster), I. 6 (pp. 5–8), 29 (1, 2), 39 66, 73, 98, 101, 116, 135, 178, 192, 200 (p. 85), 201(pp. 93, 98), 202, (p. 105), 236, 259, 271 (p. 128), 291, 302, 306 (p. 138), 337, 369 (pp. 164, 166), 370 (pp. 168, 170), 392 (p. 191), 393, 439, 500, 532–3, 535, 706, 730 (2), 853, 901(p. 410), 944 (1, 2), 1013, 1025, 1086, 1090 (p. 505), 1162, 1207 (8), 1225;II. 43, 77 (p. 27), 186 (32), 321 (2), 353, 915.

-, letters dated at, I. 318–21; II. 186(67), 432.

-, Bridge of, I. 6 (p. 6), 392 (p. 191).

-, Grey Friars in, I. 6 (p. 8).

-, Vicarage of, I. 854.

-, White Friars in, I. 6 (p.8).

-, -, prior of. See Cooke, Lawrence.

-, the "first" meeting at, I. 6 (pp. 5, 6), 198, 216, 318, 392 (pp. 191–2), 533, 687(p. 304), 786 (p. 342), 854, 901 (pp. 454, 410, 412), 914 (p. 417), 1011 (p. 154) 1013, 1022 (p. 466), 1090, 1186, 1319.

-, -, "order" (truce, stay, continuance, treaty, or appointment), taken at, I. 6 (p. 6), 201 (p. 90), 306 (p. 138), 369, 370, 392 (pp. 184, 192), 393 (p. 195), 406, 518, 698 (3), 848–9, 901 (p. 410), 914 (p. 416), 946 (1, 2,3), 1013 (p. 458), 1034–6, 1087 (p.497).

-, -, the "second" meeting at, I. 6 (pp. 7, 8), 84, 98 (pp. 51), 201 (pp. 99,101–2), 306 (p. 138), 370 (p. 170), 392(pp. 192, 194), 687 (p. 304), 698 (pp. 310, 312), 788, 849 (p. 382), 852, 901 (pp. 405, 407, 409–10, 412), 914 (pp. 416–17), 945 (p. 429), 946(2), 965 (2), 1011 (p. 454), 1013, 1022 (p. 467) 1175 ii., 1186, 1200.

-, -, order (agreement, promise), taken at, I. 6 (p. 8), 138, 146, 159, 201 (pp. 86, 91), 202, 236, 337, 378, 392 (p. 192), 479, 490, 1083, 1175.

-, pardon granted at (charter proclaimed at). See Northern Rebellion, Pardon to the rebels.

-, bill of articles presented at, I. 184, 302, 370 (pp. 167, 170), 534, 848, 901 (p. 407), 945, 1023, 1025.

-, convocation (communications) at, I. 787–8, 901 (p. 407).

Dondrum. See Dundrum.

Donegal (Dongall), in Ireland, letter dated, II. 551.

Donell Ogh, ——, a captain of galloglasses, II. 1124.

Douemowe. See Dunmow.

Dongarvon. See Dungarvan.

Doham or Durham, Frances, I. g. 1330 (29).

-, Sir John, dec. I. g. 1330 (29).

-, Kath., I. g. 1330 (29).

-, Mary, I. g. 1330 (29).

Donicourt. See Donningcourt.

Donkyrke. See Dunkirk.

Donne (Done, Don, Dunne, Dune), Sir, Griffin or Griffith, I. 1159 iv., 1199 (4), 1227 (8, 2); 911 ii.:—g. 1150 (41).

-, (Doone), John, grandfather of Sir John, I. 717.

-, Sir John, I. 717; II. 58 ii.

-, -, answer of, I. 717.

-, (Doonne), Thos., I. 201 (pp. 89, 90), 370, 392 (pp. 185–7 see Notes, 189), 901.

Donningcourt (Donicourt, Dunningcourt, Donygcort), John, I. 812; II. 139 555 (p. 210), 569, 1209 (p. 425), 1211, 1221, 1233. See also Dollingcourt.

Donuington (Donyngton), Linc., I. 581 ii.

-, parson of, I. 70 I, 581 ii. (?Wm. Smith).

Donnington (Donyngton),——, I. 306 (p. 138), 1018, 1181 (p. 543).

-, John, I. 731, 1320.

-, Thos., II. 188.

-, (Dunnyngton), Thomas, Wolsey's chaplain, II. 186 (41).

Donnor or Donnour, co. Kildare, II. 1310 i. (37 bis).

Donnyll (qu. Donohill, co. Tipperary?), II. 898 (2).

Donstoll, near Gainsborough, II. 186 (29).

Donyll, Ric., II. 1310 i. (2).

-, Rob., II. 898 (9 ii.).

Donyngton. See Donnington.

Doogan. See Dogan.

Doomeright, John, I. 990.

Doon. See Don.

Doonne. See Donne.

Doore. See Doria.

Doraunt, John, letter to, II. 1167.

Dorchester, Dors., gaol of, I. g. 311 (30), 1330 (15); II. 1257.

-, abbey (supp.) of, I. g., 539 (19).

Doria (Dorea, Doore, Dory, Doryo, Auria), Andrea prince of Melfi, I. 122 (p. 59), 406, 562, 801 (p. 356), 1181 (p. 543), 1190; II. 18 (2), 104, 118 (2), 129, 214, 245 (p. 102), 320, 355, 484, 509 (2), 510, 524, 546, 598, 725, 730, 750, 792, 1217.

Doria, Antonio, II. 320.

Dorlens. See Dourlens.

Dormer, Sir, Rob., II. 369 (3):—g. 1150 (18).

-, Wm., I. 1027.

Dornarm. See Tournehem.

Dorneford. See Durnford.

Dorram. See Durham.

Dorset, archdeacon of. See Skipp, Wm.,.

Dorset, Henry Grey, marquis of, I. 1207 (20); II. 445, 891–2, 1012, 1060 (p. 373).

Dorset, Frances (Brandon) marchioness of, "Lady Fraunces," Henry VIII.'s niece, II. 891–2, 973 ii. (?), 1060 (p. 374).

Dorset, Margaret, marchioness dowager of, II. 891, 893, 905, 973 ii.(?).

-, -, letter from, ii. 905.

Dorsetshire, I. 1280; II. 875, 975:—g. 1008 (43 n), 1150 (18, 21).

Douay (Dooaye), in Flanders, II. 93 (2), 333.

-, letter dated at, I. 1181.

Doucyes, the, Irish family, II. 729.

Douggon. See Dogan.

Dougheston, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (4).

Doughty (Dowghtye), Thos., II. 111.

Douglas (Dowglas), Sir George, brother of Angus, II. 369, 422, 539, 650, 712 (p. 256), 1048.

Douglas, Lady Margaret, niece of Henry VIII., I. 532–3; II. 973.

Douglas, family of, II. 696.

Dounscorttye, in Ireland, II. 898 (7).

Douorin, Henri de, a Fleming, I. 1292.

Dourlens (Dorlens), in Picardy, I. 1166; II. 125 (p. 43).

Douze, Peter, II. 1222.

Dovenby, Cumb., letter dated, I. 118.

Dovenham. See Downham.

Dover, I. 23, 254, 483, 492, 494, 718 (4), 766, 884, 1068, 1096, 1239, 1266, 1273–4; II. 105, 116, 138, 162, 236, 257, 270, 453, 466, 614, 648, 668, 866, 980, 982, 1028, 1129, 1157, 1221, 1233.

-, letters dated at, I. 37, 335, 415, 566, 573, 656, 869, 1049, 1160, 1203; II. 85, 116, 121, 362–3, 397, 566, 645, 982, 1107–8, 1209–11, 1229–30.

-, letter to the officers, I. 707.

-, bailiff of, I. 869.

-, friar of. See Du Pont, Jean.

-, mayor of, I. 656, 869; II. 192, 982.

-, water-bailiff of, II. g. 411 (40).

-, Castle of, II. 982.

-, -, constable of. See Cheyney, Sir Thos.

-, -, lieutenant of, II. 982.

-, Chapel at, I. 869; II. 866.

-, Hermitage at, I. 1096.

-, Maison Dieu (Massindwe) at, II. 1108 (this hospital).

-, -, master of. See Thompson, John.

-, Pier of, II. 192.

-, East jetty, II. 397.

-, West pier, I. 335, 1049.

-, Road, I. 718(4).

-, St. Margaret's foreland, II. 397.

-, St. Martin's Priory (supp), I. 573.

-, St. Radcgund's Abbey (supp.) in Bradsole, I. 573; II, 982.

-, the King's works at, I. 37, 92, 254, 335, 566, 780, 1049; II. 397, 866, 980, 982, 1108, 1129, 1229–30, 1343:—App. 38, 39.

-, -, account of payments, I. 92 (2).

-, -, comptroller of. See Wingfield, Thos.

-, -, labourers at, I. 37, 57, 92 (2), 780, 1049; II. 397, 980, 1129, 1229.

-, -,paymaster of. See Whalley, John: also Aucher, Ant.

-, -, paymastership of, II. 668, 982.

-, -, the surveyor's book, I. 92.

-, -, surveyor of. See Thompson, John.

-, scarcity of victuals at, I. 37.

Dover, bishop (suffragan) of, II. g. 1311 (13). See Ingworth, Ric.

Dover, Robt., II. 1029.

Dowcawan, co. Louth, II. 1310 i. (4).

Dowdall or Dowdale, Gerald, II. 1310 i. (43).

-, Walt., II. 1310 i. (1).

Dowglas. See Douglas.

Down. See Don.

Downeaysshe, Suss., II. g. 1008 (3).

Downeholme. See Dunholm.

Downes (Downs), Dr. Geoffrey, chancellor of York, I. 786 ii., 1021; II. 402.

-, Robt., II. g. 1150 (42).

-, Stephen, II. g. 1150 (9).

Downewiche. See Dunwich.

Downgoill, co. Louth, II. 1310 i. (4).

Downham, Essex, II. g. 191 (40).

Downham (Dovenham, Downam), in the Isle of Ely, letters dated, I. 129, 245, 361.

Downs, the, I. 74, 445 (p. 215), 566, 601, 656–7, 718 (1, 2, 3); II. 393, 832.

Downyng, in Ireland, II. 1310 i. (13).

Downyng, Robt., dec., I. g. 1103 (35).

Downynges (le), co. Kildare, II. 1310 i. (37 bis).

Dowse, Wm., alias Cowpar, Wm., I. 589 (2).

Dowsett, John, alias Lichfield, I. g. 1103 (30).

Dowth, co. Meath, II. g 411 (22).

Doxsey or Doxhey (Staff.?), I. 584; II. g. 1150 (42).

Doyle, Hen., II. g. 1150 (42).

Doyn, Edm., II. 1310 I. (43).

Dragley (Draggeley), ——, II. 851, 1175.

-, Lancelot, I. 498 (2).

Drake. See Drax.

Drane, John, I. g. 1330 (54).

Dranton, Thos., abbot of Egleston, I. g. 311 (41).

Draper, Wm., I. g.311 (28); II. g. 1311 (28).

Drapper, Mr., priest, II. 436.

Drax Priory (Drake Abbey), Yorks., II. 392 ii., 548 (2).

Drayton, Suss., II. g. 1008 (19).

Drayton Basset, Staff., I. 1263.

Drees, Hugh, I. 1183 (2).

Drenoultre, Mons. de, II. 99.

Dreuell, Robt., I. g. 1105 (11).

Drewis, Mr., I. 233.

Drewry. See Drury.

Driffield, Yorks., I. 201 (pp. 85, 90), 370 (p. 169).

Drogheda (Drodagh), co, Louth, I. 1288 (2); II. 230, 729 (5), 1310 i. (1, 4), ii. (3, 5):—g. 1008 (36).

-, fee-farm of, II. 1310 i. (2).

-, friars preachers, II. 1310 ii. (3).

-, mayor of, II. 1288.

-, port of, I. 1288 (2); II. 1310 i. (3), ii. (1 bis).

-, St. Mary's, II. 1310 i. (21).

-, St. Peter's, II. 1310 i. (21).

Dromanegh. See Drumana.

Dromnagh (Dronmegh), in. Ardee, co. Louth. See Barnewall, Robert, of D.

Dromyowe, Peter, II. 613.

Dronmagh. Sec Dromnagh.

Drumana (Dromanegh), co. Waterford II. 898.

Drure. See Drury.

Drury, Eliz., wife of Sir William, I. g. 795 (46).

-, (Drewry), John, II. 907–8.

-, Sir Wm., sheriff of Norfolk (1536–7), 1. 686, 818:—g. 795 (46); II. 56, 911 ii.

-, -, letters from, I. 686, 818.

Dryland, Ant., I. 1227 (10).

Dryname, in Ireland, II. 1310 i. (37).

Du Baille, Anthoine, letter from, II. 266.

Dubell, Ric., II. g. 1311 (29).

Du Bellay (Belyue), John, bp. of. Paris, Cardinal, I. 88, 681, 1261; II. 1254.

Du Bellay, Captain Martin, prince d'Yvetot (roy tyfftffe, roy de Duittost), II. 106, 125 (p.43).

Du Bies (Du Bye, De Be, Biez, De Bies, Beis Byes, Buyce, Beese, Byse, &c.), Oudart, seneschal of Boulogne, I. 13, 49, 58, 274, 325, 346 (2), 364 (p. 160), 403, 417, 428, 476, 495, 509, 514, 522, 554, 561, 612, 769, 813, 826, 956, 961, 1005, 1048, 1197; II. 15, 48 (the captain), 113, 117, 121, 149, 210 ii., 223, 252, 306, 325, 333 (p. 137), 342, 354, 359, 418, 492, 508, 541, 558, 584, 608–9, 643–4, 879, 980, 987;—

App. 2.

-, -, letters from, 1. 325, 403, 428, 522, 769, 956, 1048; II. 15, 223, 252, 306, 325, 508, 541, 558, 584, 608, 643, 980;—App. 2.

-, -, his wife. See Senlis, Jenne de.

Dublin (Develyn Dewblynge, Duylyn), I. 1271 (2, 3), 1288; II. 135, 382–3 (pp. 150–7), 729 (4, 5), 763, 963, 1052, 1097, 1239, 1288, 1300, 1310 i. (1, 2, 3, 20), ii. (2, 3, 6, 9):—g. 1008 (9).

-, -, letters dated at, I. 221, 342–3, 357, 394–6, 405, 549–50, 894, 963, 983–4, 1066–7, 1077, 1241, 1278, 1288 (2); II. 76, 86, 146–7, 281, 698, 723–4, 755, 760, 762, 786, 1096, 1145, 1213, 1288, 1302.

-, bailiffs of, II. 1238, 1310 i. (1).

-, fee-farm of, II. 1310 i. (2).

-, mayor and corporation of, I. 1278.

-, port of, I. 1288 (2); II. 1310 i. (3), ii. (1 bis).

-, places in, viz.:—

All Hallows priory, II. 729 (4 p. 261).

Austin Friars, II. 1310 II. (3).

Barrons Parnnes, II. g. 1008 (35),.

Carmelites, II. 1310 ii. (3).

Castle of, I. 1098; II. 382 (5), 729 (4 p. 261), 1097, 1310 ii. (1, 2, 9), 1318 (1, 2).

-, constable of. See White, Sir John.

-, gunners in, II. 382 (5).

-, Birmingham Tower, II. 729 (4, p. 261).

-, hall of, II. 1308 (p. 458).

Christchurch, II. 1310 i. (21), ii. (3, 6).

-, chapter of, II. 760.

Friars Preachers, II. 1310 ii. (3).

Grace Dieu, monastery of, II. 1310 ii. (5).

New Street, II. 1310 i. (2).

Nunnery of St. Mary de Hogges, II. 1310 i. (34), ii. (5).

-, Marg. Gaydon, abbess of, II. 1310 ii. (3).

St. Augustines, prior of, II. 1310 i. (2).

St. Mary the Virgin, abbey of, II. 1310 ii. (5).

St. Nicholas' parish, II. g. 1008 (35).

St. Patrick's cathedral, dean of, I. 405, 549. See also Basnet, Edw., also Rocheford, Thos.

-, deanery of, I. 477, 549, 1027; II. 760.

-, chapter of, I. 405, 477; II. 760.

-, -, letter from, I. 477.

St. Sepulchre's, liberty of, II. 1310 ii. (1).

St. Thomas Court or St. Thomas the Martyr, abbey of, II. 729 (4 p. 261), 1310 ii. (2, 5).

-, Henry abbot of, II. 1310 i. (1).

Steyne Hospital (St. James-without-Newgate), II. 729 (4 p. 261).

Dublin, archdeacon of, II. 1310 ii. (4). See also Power, Wm.

Dublin, (Dewlyn), Archbishop of, I. 1066; II. 1310 ii. (4). See also Browne, George.

Dublin, archbishopric of (lord Bishop's lands), I. 1077; II. 383 (p. 157), 729, 1310 i. (42), ii. (1).

Dublin County, I. 394–5, 1066; II. 729 (5), 1096, 1281, 1302, 1310 i. (2, 4, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 16, 20, 21, 29, 34, 38), ii. (1, 2 bis).

Du Blioul (Dobliol), Laurence, Sieur de La Sart, II. 125 n, 372 (p. 152).

Du Bourg, Anthoine, baron de Saillans, chancellor of France, I. 814; II. 336, 1133, 1253.

-, -, letter to, II. 814.

Ducate. See Duckett.

Duckett (Duket, Doket, Ducate, Tucket), Ric., of Kendal, I. 6 ii., 825, 914 passim:—g. 795 (4); II. 249 (6), 250 (1 ii.).

Duckington, ——, I. 450.

-, Thos., I. g. 539 (6).

Duckworth (Duckworth), Hugh, I. g. 795 (7).

Dudding ., Linc., I. 581 n. (qu. Doddington? q.v.).

Dudington. See Doddington.

Dudley, Staff., I. 1263.

Dudley (Dudeley), Sir Edward Sutton, late lord, II. g. 1008 (4).

Dudley, Sir John Sutton lord, estates sold by, I. 1263.

Dudley (Dodlay) Sir John, vice-admiral, I, 353 (p. 156), 354, 446, 457 (p. 220), 601–4, 656, 663, 1263:—g. 539 (29); II. 105, 166, 192, 297, 322, 393, 416, 439, 535, 556, 563, 574, 577, 595, 625, 671, 680, 832, 911 ii., 950, 987, 1048, 1053, 1112 (a gentleman), 1133, 1151 (3), 1221, 1249, 1253, 1273:—g. 1311 (28).

-, -, letters from, I. 602–4, 656, 663; II. 416, 535, 563, 987, 1133.

-, -, instructions to, I. 601; II. 393.

-, -, memorial for, II. 1053.

Dudley (Dudle), Mr., I. 47 (4), 48, 687 (2).

-, (Duddeley), Lady, II. 711, 973, 1060 (p. 374).

-, ——, "Young Dudley," II. 382.

-, Thos., I. g. 1330 (47).

Dudmandale alias Barton, q.v.

Dueleke. See Duleek.

Duf (see also Def), John, II. 898 (11).

Dufton, Westmld., I. 498 (2? Dutton).

Duhurst, Peter, I. 193.

Duittost, roy de (roy d'Yvetot). See Du Bellay, Capt. Martin.

Duke, the, (I. 19). See Suffolk, duke of.

Duket. See Duckett.

Duleek (Duleke, Dewlyke, Dueleke), co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (22).

-, abbey and grange of, I. 1027, 1278; II. 1288 i., ii., 1310 i. (21, 22), ii. (3, 4, 5, 9).

-, -, Edm. Auger, abbot of, II. 1310 ii. (3).

Dull, John, I. 308 (p. 140).

Dullardston. See Dollardstown.

Dulverton, Soms., II. g. 1311 (22).

Du Mont, Willebrordus, I. 828 n.

Dunbar, in Scotland, II. 346, 422, 566, 616, 929.

Dunboyne (Donboyn), co. Dublin, II. 729 (5), 1310 i. (16).

Dunbrody (Donbrody), co. Wexford, II. 898 (7).

-, abbey of, II. 1310 i. (32).

-, -, Alex. Devereux, abbot of, II. 1310 ii. (3).

Dunbyche, Norf., II. g. 1311 (30).

Duncalfe, Thos., II. g. 191 (22).

Duncanus Hibernicus, I. 733; II. 433.

Duncombe, ——, I. 607.

Dundalk, co. Louth, II. 1308 (p. 458), 1310 i. (1, 3).

Dundee (Dwnde), in Scotland, letter dated at, II. 929.

Dundrum (Dundrowm, Dondrum), co. Louth (now Down), II. 1097, 1310 i. (2).

Dune. See Don, also Donne.

Dunfert, co. Kilkenny, II. g. 1008 (35).

Dungarvan (Dongarven) manor and castle, co. Waterford, I. 394 (4); II. 898 (4, 9 iv.), 963, 1097, 1260, 1302, 1310 ii. (1), iii.(1).

-, constable of, II. 898 (1, 4 ii.). See Ossory, Piers, earl of.

-, parsonage of, II. 1288 ii., 1310 i. (20).

-, vicar of, II. 898 (4).

-, verdict of, II. 898 (4).

Dunham Magna, Norf., II. g. 1311 (30).

Dunholm (Downeholme) mead, Linc. I. 6.

Dunholt, Thos., I. g. 1105 (11).

Dunkirk (Dunkerke, Donkyrke), I. 718 (1, 2), 1196; II. 106, 483.

-, letters dated, I. 76, 180, 719, 827, 1248; II. 198, 360, 615, 675.

-, letters from the town, I. 657, 732.

Dunmow (Donemowe) Magna, Essex, II. g. 191 (40).

Dunmow Parva, Essex, priory (supp.) of, II. 545.

Dunne. See Donne.

Dunningcourt. See Donningcourt.

Dunnyngton. See Donnington.

Dunsany, lord of (Plunkett), I. 1066.

Dunschorthy, in co. Wexford (qu. Enniscorthy?), II. 1097.

Duns Scotus, his philosophy, II. 429.

Dunstable, Beds., I. 621; II. 143, 275, 389, 430 (2).

-, letter dated at, II. 472.

-, priory of, II. 413, 1314 (1 bis.).

-, prior of, letter from, II. 413.

-, "White Horse" in, II. 413.

Dunster, letter dated at, II. 265.

Dunstonborugh Castle, I. 930.

Dunthorpe or Downthory, Oxon, I. g. 539 (19).

Dunton (Dodington, Donington or Dounton), Bucks, I. g. 539 (20).

Dunwich (Downewiche), Suff., I. g. 1103 (11).

Duplesseys, ——, letter from, I. 814.

Du Pont, Jean, a French friar, chaplain at Dover, I. 869; II. 192.

Durantes, Dominus, of the Pope's chamber, II. 1026.

Durbard's (Turbard's, Derbes) Island, alias Great Island, co. Wexford, II. 898 (6, 7), 1310 i. (18):—g. 1008 (35).

Duresme, Cuthbert. See Tunstall, C.

Duresmen. See Durham.

Du Rewisse. See Roeulx, de.

Durford, Suss., II. g. 1008 (19).

-, abbey (supp.) of, II. 932:—g. 1008 (19).

Durham (Duresme, Duresmen, Dureham, Duram), I. 50, 148, 185 (p. 80), 201 (p. 101), 218, 247, 259, 478, 478, 491, 594, 609, 777, 786 (p. 342), 798, 809 (p. 359), 846, 858, 864, 973; II. 6, 77, 329 (2), 353, 536, 741, 1314 (1, 2).

-, letters dated at, I. 615–17, 902, 915–18; II. 1225.

-, bailiff, I. 148, 362.

-, Cathedral Priory of St. Cuthbert, II. 1314 (1, 2):—g. 191 (12).

-, -, prior of (t. Hen. VII.), II. 186 (2).

-, -, Hugh, prior of, letter from, II. 1225.

-, Chancery of, II. 536.

-, Corpus Christi Guild, II. 353.

-, Grammar School, II. 1082.

-, Song School, II. 1082.

Durham (Dorram), Bishop of, I. 1158; II. 161. See Tunstall, Cuthbert, also (in 1521) Ruthal, Thos.

-, -, his suffragan, I. 1315.

Durham, Bishopric of ("the Bishopric") I. 6 (p. 5), 29 (2), 39, 136, 145, 200 (pp. 84–5, 92, 97–8), 202 (pp. 104), 259, 345, 351, 369 (pp. 165), 370 (pp. 168–9), 392 (p. 191), 393 (pp. 194–5), 416 (2), 467, 490, 498, 595, 615, 651, 687 (2) 730 (2), 788–9, 901 (pp. 405, 410 "St. Cuthbert's Standard"), 946 (2), 965, 1011, 1012 (p. 456), 1083, 1087 (p. 495, –7), 1092; II. 6, 186 (27), 229, 268 329 (2), 346, 651–2, 806, 915, 1151 (2, 3):—g. 191 (12).

Durham, County Palatine of, II. 186 (38).

Durham, archdeacon of. See Franklin, Wm.

Durham. See Donham.

Durlaston. See Darlaston.

Durnam, near Headcorn, II. 908.

Durnedale, John, I. 1194 (2).

Durnford (Dorneford), Wilts, letter dated, II. 260.

Dursten, John, I. g. 539 (35).

Du Sart. See Du Blioul.

Duske (Dusque, Duyske) Abbey, in Graigue, co. Kilkenny, I. 394 (2, 4), 1066; II. 1097, 1310 i. (36).

-, abbot of, II. 837 (2).

Dutchmen, individual, II. 116.

Dutton, Suss. (Ditton in Westham?), II. g. 1008 (3).

Dutton (qu. Dufton, Westmld.?), I. 498 (2).

Dutton, Chesh., II. 597.

-, letter dated at, II. 1215.

Dutton, Sir Piers, sheriff of Cheshire (1536–7), I. 130, 717, 1282; II. 58, 597, 985–6, 993, 1151 (2, 3), 1215.

-, -, letter from, II. 1215.

-, -, his wife, II. 58 ii.

Duval, or Du Valin, Nich., of Dieppe, letter from, II. 1262.

Du Vauldray. See Vauldrey.

Duxebury, Nic., I. 927, 941.

Duylyn. See Dublin.

Duysko. See Duske.

Dwnde. See Dundee.

Dyccouns, Chr., II. 1241.

Dyce, John, II. 751.

Dychelyng. See Ditchelling.

Dychyngham. See Ditchingham.

Dycunsson, Ric., I. 671.

Dyer, John, I. g. 311 (30).

Dyffryncloyd (Deffrenclude Deferentlloid), alias Ruthin (q. v.), Denb., I. 1202 (2):—g. 539 (16, 22), 1330 (28).

Dyke, Yorks., I. 380 (p. 178–9).

Dykes, Thos., II. 249 (6), 250 (1 ii).

Dykeson. See Dixon.

Dykewood, Norf., II. g. 1311 (30).

Dykring. See Dickering.

Dylon. See Dillon.

Dymmoke, Mr., of Carleton, I. 70 iv., x.,.

-, Arthur, I. 70 viii. x. xii.,.

-, Edw., I. 639, 1207 (5).

-, Edw., Sheriff of Lincolnshire (1535–6), I. 70 iii., iv., v., vii.–xii., 380 (p. 176), 392 (p. 185).

-, Humph., I. g. 539 (4).

-, Sir Lionel, banner of, I. 70 xiii.

-, Sir Robert, I. 639.

-, Thos., of Carleton, I. 70 viii., x., xii.

-, (Dymoke), Thos., I. 639, 734 (2), 1207 (7).

Dymock (Dymmok), Glouc., I. 795 (42).

Dyneley, Walt., II. 186 (10).

Dyppes. See Deeps.

Dyrton, Thos., II. 68.

Dysart (Dissert), co. Kilkenny, II. 1310 i. (26).

Dysmars, Chr., II. g. 411 (6).

Dyttoune or Dytton Park (qu. Thames Ditton?), II. 1241.

Dywarchyn, in Wales, I. g. 311 (46).



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