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'Index: E', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 12 Part 2: June-December 1537 (1891), pp. 562-567. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75733 Date accessed: 20 August 2014.


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Eaglesfield (Eglisffeld, Eglesfyld, Egyllsfelde), Cumb., I. 18, 498 (2), 1214 (2).

Eaglesfield (Egylsfelde), John, II. 630, 955.

-, Laur., II. 630.

Eamont (Amonte) Bridge, Westmld., I. 687 (2).

Earsham (Ersham), Norf., II. g. 1311 (24).

Earthquakes, I. 377.

Easington (Esyngton), in Cleveland, II. 12.

-, parson of. See Watts, John.

Easington (Esington), in Holderness, I. 380 (p. 178).

Eastbourne (Estburne), Sussex, II. 1331:—

g. 1008 (3).

East Bridge (Eastebrige), Kent, II. g. 1311 (16).

Easterlings (Ostrelins), the, I. 308; II. 850, 961, 1025.

Easthampstead (Esthamsted), Berks, II. 126, 275, 430 (2), 804, 1241.

-, letter dated at, II. 328:—grants dated, II. g. 411 (36, 38), 1008 (40).

East Meon (Est Men), Hants, II. 70 (the parish).

-, letter dated at, I. 759.

East Thorpe (Estorpe), Essex, II. g. 411 (14, 15).

Eastwood (Estwode), Essex, I. g. 1330 (58).

Eaton. See Eton.

Eaton Socon (Eyton alias Eton), Beds., II. g. 796 (18).

Ebberston, Yorks., I. 533 (p. 247).

Ebbesham. See Epsom.

Eberererighe. See Abererch.

Ebor. See York.

Ecchinswell (Echynswell), Hants, II. g. 1311 (22).

Eccles, Lanc., I. 623; II. 344, 778 (5).

Ecclesfelde, ——, I. 201 (p. 89).

Eccleston (Ecelston), Chesh., I. 1271 (2).

Echelles. See Etchells.

Echynswell. See Ecchinswell.

Eden, the river, in Cumberland, I. 687 (2).

Edenhall (Edynell, Edynnall), Cumb., I. 687 (p. 303).

-, vicar of, I. 687 (p. 303).

Edgar (Edgare), ——, Northumberland's auditor, II. 262, 291 (the auditor).

-, (Edgare), Thos., I. 734 (8), 1199 (4), 1227 (8, 10, 2); II. 629.

Edgecombe (Eggecombe, Egycom), Sir Piers, I. 152, 1127:—g. 1330 (43); II. 754:—

g. 1150 (12, 14).

-, -, letter from, I. 152.

-, (Eggecombe), Ric., II. g. 1150 (12).

Edgeworth, Dr., of Wells, II. 960.

Edgware, Midd., II. 1009.

Edinburgh (Islebourg), I. 36, 259, 952, 1038, 1094, 1256, 1286; II. 6, 80, 346, 537, 918:—App. 18, 19, 21.

-, letters dated at, I. 453, 938, 1028, 1043; II. 61, 1153:—App. 11, 12.

-, Castle, II. 918.

-, Holyrood House, abbey of, I. 1286 II. 6.

-, -, letter dated at, II. 218.

-, St. Andrew's parish, II. 80.

-, St. Margaret's parish, II. 80.

-, The Swan, II. 918.

Edmonds, John, I. 976, 1120.

Edmunds (Edmundes), Dr. John, master of Peterhouse, Cambridge, II. 402–3.

-, (Edmondes), Wm., II. 1256 (2 iv.), 1298.

Edname, John, I. 1155.

Edon. See Eydon.

Edward, Prince, afterwards king Edward VI. (born 13 Oct. 1537), II. 445, 871, 889–94, 901, 905, 921–3, 935, 939, 945, 947, 950, 952 (p. 333), 957, 972, 985, 997, 1004, 1020–1, 1023, 1030, 1042, 1053, 1060, 1075, 1078–9, 1084, 1086, 1105, 1112, 1127, 1151 (2), 1192, 1208, 1300, 1309:—App. 46 n.

-, -, his christening, II. 894, 911, 921–3:—App. 46 n.

-, -, creation (as prince of Wales?), II. 921.

Edward II., king, charter of, II. g. 1150 (5).

Edward III., king, charter of, II. g. 1150 (5).

Edward IV., king, I. 901 (p. 407); II. 186 (38), 1114:—g. 1150 (5),

Edwarde, Joan, I. g. 1103 (3).

Edwards, Hugh, I. g. 1330 (34),

-, John, I. 567.

-, (Edwardes), Ric., I. g. 311 (34); II. 496.

Edwyn, ——, I. 392 (p. 191), 536.

-, Jean, II. 252.

-, (Hedwyn), Oswald or Oswyn, I. 612; II. 306, 342.

-, -, letter from, II. 342.

Edynell. See Edenhall.

Eerye. See Aire.

Effingham, Surr., II. g. 1311 (22).

Egge, Harry and John, I. 1097.

Eggecombe. See Edgecombe.

Egham, Surr., II. g. 1311 (22 pp. 469–70).

Eghuinegate. See Guinegast.

Eglanby. See Aglionby.

Eglesthorpe, And., I. g. 795 (46).

Egleston (Eggleston) Abbey, in the archdeaconry of Richmond, I. g. 311 (41).

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

Eglinton (Eglenton), Earl of, I. 1094.

Eglisffeld. See Eaglesfield.

Eglwys-Rhos. (Eglos Rosse or Irose), Carnarvonsh., II. g. 1311 (22 p. 470).

Egmont, Floris d'. See Buren, count of.

Egmont, John, count of, dec., his widow, II. 1172.

Egmont, Maximilian d'. See Isselstein, lord of.

Egremont (Agremonde), Cumb., I. 185; II. 205, 398, 548.

-, castle of, II. 205.

Egulls, Isabella, I. g. 1330 (54).

Egycom. See Edgecombe.

Egyptians. See Gipsies.

Eirby. See Ireby.

Ekerynge, Notts, II. g. 1008 (9).

Ekkesley (Yorks.?), II. g. 1150 (11).

Eland (Elland, Eyland, Elond), Sir John (knighted in 1537), of Hull, I. 104, 141–2, 174 (p. 76), 201 (p. 93), 202 (p. 105), 279, 370 (p. 168), 392 (p. 190), 1113, 1159 iii., 1207 (4), 1227 (10):—g. 411 (28).

-, -, letters from, I. 142, 279.

Elangeac, J. (i.e. de Langeac), bp. of Limoges, q. v.

Elcombc, I. g. 311 (24).

Eldarton. See Ellerton.

Eldercar. See Ellerker.

Eldersfield (Ellisfeld), Worc., II. 769.

Elderton. See Ellerton.

Eldo, Matthias, the Emperor's ambassador to the diet at Smalcalde, I. 564; II. 1089.

-, -, answer to, I. 564.

Eldrington. See Ellerton.

Eleanor, queen of Francis I., sister of Charles V., widow of Emanuel, king of Portugal, I. 12, 681, 955, 1005, 1016, 1042; II. 372 (2).

Eleson, Wm., II. 186 (14).

Eligh, John son of, I. g. 795 (7).

Eliot. See Elyot.

Elis. See Ellis.

Elizabeth of York, queen of Hen. VII., II. 1012.

Elizabeth, Princess, afterwards queen, I. 815–16, 973, 1297, 1315; II. 911 (pp. 319–20), 973 ii., v.

Elkyn, Ric., II. 974.

Elland or Ellaunde. See Eland.

Ellard, Peter, I. g. 539 (18).

Ellerker, Yorks., I. 191.

Ellerker (Eldercar), Jas., I. 1159 iv., 1199 (4), 1227 (8, 2).

-, Sir Ralph (qu. senior or junior?), I. 201 (2), 358 979; II. 548 (2).

-, (Eldercar, Ellecarr), Sir Ralph, sen., I. 161, 174 (1, 4), 179, 197, 200, 227–8, 392 (pp. 184–5), 533 (p. 247), 609, 616, 666, 731.

-, -, letter to, I. 227.

-, -, daughter of, I. 392 (p. 185).

-, (Ellercar, Elddercar), Sir Ralph, jun., son of the preceding, nephew of Thomas, I. 6 (pp. 3, 5–8), 29 (1–2), 90, 104, 113, 140–1, 154–6, 160, 174–5, 179, 191, 201, 228, 306 (p. 138), 338, 392 (pp. 183–4, 186–7, 189–92, 194), 393, 410, 416 (2), 466, 498, 546, 558, 698 (p. 313), 709, 731, 847, 848 (p. 377), 849 (p. 384), 858 (3), 870, 946 (2), 973, 1011 (p. 454), 1013 (pp. 457–8), 1018, 1021 (3), 1022 passim, 1087 (pp. 495, 498), 1089 (pp. 502–4), 1090, 1130, 1172, 1175 (p. 541), 1207 (1), 1218 (p. 561), 1307 (2), 1320; II. 22, 40, 43, 100, 102 (2, 3, 4, 5), 229, 250 (2), 345, 696, 914, 918, 1212, 1231:—App. 31.

-, -, letters from, I. 160, 174–5, 191, 410, [849 (p. 384)]; II. 30.

-, -, letter to, I. 228.

-, -, "remembrance" by, I. 858 (3).

-, -, signature of, I. 870; II. 1231.

-, Ralph, s. and h. of Sir Ralph, I. 141, 392 (p. 187).

-, Sir Robt., chamberlain of Berwick, I. 1090 (p. 506); II. 249–50 (1, 5).

-, Thos., uncle of young Sir Ralph, I. 104, 115, 135, 141, 1089 (p. 504).

-, -, letter from, I. 104.

-, -, letter to, I. 135.

-, Thos., brother of young Sir Ralph, I. 174, 392 (pp. 187–8), 1218.

-, William, I. 6.

Ellerkers, the family, I. 171.

Ellerton, Yorks., prior of, I. 201 (pp. 99, 100–2), 370 (p. 170), 698 (p. 312), 849 (p. 382).

-, -, letter to, I. 849 (p. 382).

Ellerton, ——, I. 467, 849 (p. 381).

-, (Eldarton, Eldrington), Ralph, I. 1318; II. 186 (73), 249–50 (1, 5).

Elles. See Ellis.

Ellesborough, Bucks, II. g. 1311 (20).

Ellingham (Elyngham), Norf., II. g. 1311 (24).

Ellington (Elington), Hunts., II. g. 1311 (20).

Ellington (Elyngton), Yorks.?, II. 186 (31).

Ellis or Elys, ——, parson, II. 1.

-, (Helys), Hew or Hugh, I. 1155; II. 352.

-, John, I. 280, 295; II. 44.

-, Ric., I. 75.

-, Thos., late prior of Leighs, II. g. 191 (40).

-, (Elles, Elis), Wm., II. 1101 (2), 1119.

Ellisfeld. See Eldersfield.

Elmeham, South. See Southelmham.

Elmham (Elmam), Francis, II. 973 v.

Elmton (Elmeton), Derb., I. g. 795 (38).

Elnestowe. See Elstow.

Elond. See Eland.

Elondshire. See Islandshire.

Elsham, Linc., I. g. 1105 (12).

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

Elsk, near Calais, II. App. 27.

Elson, Robert, I. 718 (3).

Elstow (Elnestowe) nunnery, Beds, II. 131 (1, 2).

Elstree (Ildestre), Herts., II. g. 191 (28).

Eltham, Kent, I. g. 1104 (6); II. 764.

-, park of (or Horne park), I. g. 1104 (6).

Elvyngton, Gloue., I. g. 795 (42).

Ely, Isle of, I. 129, 245. 361:—g. 1008 (17).

Ely, cathedral priory of, II. 1314 (1, 2).

-, -, prior of, II. 396.

Ely (Hely), Thos. Goodrich, bishop of, I. 307, 361, 790 (p. 347), 876; II. 241, 402–3, 533:—g. 1150 (41, 42).

-, -, letter from, II. 533.

-, -, chaplains of, I. 361, 379, 876.

Ely, bishopric of, I. 129.

Ely, late bishop of. See West, Nich.

Elyngham. See Ellingham.

Elyot, Sir Thomas, I. 15, 182, 264:—g. 539 (21); II. 157:—g. 1150 (15).

Elyot, Chr., II. 1100.

-, John, of Plymouth, I. 153.

Elys. See Ellis.

Emans, Thos., II. 587.

Ember days, origin of, II. 303.

Embleton (Emelton, Hemellton), Cumb., I. 468, 498 (2), 1214 (2).

Emelton. See Embleton.

Emery, Henry. See Wardon, abbot of.

Emmysley, Thos., I. 849 (p. 381).

Emontson, Ant., I. 498 (2).

Emott or Emett, Alex., priest, II. 369 (2–4).

Emperor, the. See Charles V.

Empress, the. See Isabella.

Empshot or Impshote, Hants, I. 1224; II. g. 1150.

Empson, John, II. 186 (14).

Enclosures. See Inclosures.

Encre. See Ancre.

Enderby, Leic., I. g. 1303 (32).

Enderby Bag (Baghenderby), Linc., II. g. 411 (29).

Envilde. See Enfield.

Endyke. See Newdyke.

Endyllwyke, Suss., I. 739.

Enfield (Endvilde, Enfelde, Envyld), Midd. I. g. 1330 (12); II. 298, 1247.

-, letter dated at, II. 1218.

Englefield, Berks, letter dated at, II. 813.

Englefield, Eliz., widow of Sir Thomas, letter from, II. 813.

-, -, her eldest son, II. 813.

-, Ric., II. 249 (6), 250 (1 iI. ).

-, (Inglefeld, Inglefyld), Sir Thos., justice (died 1537), I. 93, 1148, 1271:—g. 311 (30), 539 (3, 21), 795 (27), 1330 (55); II. 157, 187 (1), 515, 518, 770, 775, 813, 814, 873, 896, 952, 956, 986, 1151.

-, -, letter to, I. 1148.

-, -, signature of, I. g. 1330 (55).

Englewood Forest. See Inglewood.

English, John, abbot of Bective, II. 1310 ii. (3).

Enkhuysen (Ankquisyon), in Holland, I. 718 (4).

Enncsmore, near Kendal, I. 914.

Enniscorthy (Innyscorthi), in Ireland, I. 394 (2.) See also Dunschorthy.

Enold or Inold, Wm., curate of Rye, II. 505.

Ensham (Evynsam, Eynesham, Ensam) Abbey, Oxon, I. 182, 211.

-, abbot of, I. 79 (2), 127, 182, 211, 261, 264.

-, Ferry, I. 211, 264 (p. 126).

Envyld. See Enfield.

Enys, John, Carthusian, I. 1232.

Epinoy (Pynnoye, Espinoy), count of, II. 93 (2), 333, 371–2.

Epsom (Ebbesham), Surr., II. g. 1150 (3).

Erasmo, Messer, II. 320.

Erasmus, the scholar, I. 862.

Erasmus, the King's armourer. See Kyrkenar, Erasmus.

Erceldoune, Thomas of, a rhyme of, II. 1212 (p. 427).

Eresby (Erysbye), Linc., letter dated at, II. 364.

Erith, Kent, II. 975.

Erme. See Herme.

Erneley, John, I. g. 311 (14); II. g. 1150 (20), 1311 (32).

Ernesby. See Arnesby.

Errington (Erington), ——, I. 466.

-, Ant., I. 1090 (pp. 504, 507); II. 203 (p. 87), 823.

-, John, I. 799.

-, Nich, I. 799.

-, Thos., of Parkshaw, information by, I. 799.

Ersham. See Earsham.

Erskine, John lord, I. 1094.

-, Sir Thomas, of Brechin, I. 1094; II. 1283.

Erytage, Thos., priest, surveyor of works, II. 545.

Esch, Robt., the friar of Knaresborough, q. v.

Esclusier, George, of Gravelines, I. 441.

Escott or Estcote. See Estoft.

Esher (Assher, Ascher, Ashire), Surr., II. 774, 802, 821, 839, 977, 994, 1004, 1147.

-, letters, &c, dated at, II. 599, 671, 797, 811, 941, 945:—g. 796 (2, 4, 9).

Esholt nunnery (supp.), Yorks., I. 670.

-, prioress of, I. 670.

Esington. See Easington.

Esk (Ask, Aske), the Border river, I. 421, 439, 687 (p. 303), 1217; II. 203, 829.

Eskir, in co. Dublin, II. 1310 i. (1, 2).

Eskrigge Chr., deposition of, I. 965 (2).

-, (Estrigge), James, canon of Cartmell, I. 632, 965 (2).

-, (Eskerig), Thos., I. 702, 765.

Eskyveoke. See Ysceiflog.

Essendine (Escenden), Rutl., I. 1330 (53).

Essex, I. 308, 893; II. 187 (6), 329, 545, 605, 975, 1048, 1101, 1119, 1314 (1, 2):—

g. 191 (40), 411 (19), 1150 (18).

-, (and Herts), sheriff of. (1537–8). See Raynsford, Sir John.

Essex, Henry Bourchier (Bowser), earl of, I. 1008, 1199, 1207 (20), 1227 (4); II. 911 (pp. 319–20):—g. 191 (40), 1150 (41).

Essex, Sir Wm., I. 86 (p. 46), 237, 299:—

g. 311 (14); II. 911 ii., 952–3, 1256,

1298:—g. 1150 (18, 20).

-, -, letter from, II. 1256.

Esshelington, Nthld., letter dated at, I. 804.

Esshetisford. See Ashford.

Estburne. See Eastbourne.

Estcote. See Escott.

Estderham. See Dereham, East.

Esterington. See Torrington, East.

Esterkernes, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (12).

Estgate, John, monk, I. 706, 896.

-, Ric., monk of Sawley, I. 393 (p. 195 n), 632, 695, 706, 1034 (pp. 472–3), 1086, 1087 (p. 496).

Estgrenewich. See Greenwich.

Esthotheligh. See Hoathley, East.

Estland, II. 633.

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

Estoft, Yorks., I. 1206.

Estoft or Escott, Thomas, I. 850, 1087 (p. 498), 1088, 1119, 1206.

-, -, deposition of, I. 1206.

Eston (qu. Aston, Bucks.?), II. 275.

Eston, in Wells parish, I. g. 311 (33).

Eston,——, I. 1083 (p. 491).

-, Wm., I. 1277 iii.

Estorpe. See East Thorpe.

Estretford. See Retford, East.

Estrigge, Jas. See Eskrigge.

Estwydhay. See Woodhay, East.

Etchells (Echelles), Chesh., I. g. 311 (9).

Etkynson. See Atkinson.

Etna, the volcano, I. 377; II. 129.

Eton, Nthld., I. g. 1103 (29).

Eton (Eaton, Eyton), Bucks., II. 1060 (pp. 373–4), 1241:—g. 1311 (22).

-, letter dated at, I. 848.

Eton, provost of. See Aldridge, Robert also Lupton, Roger.

Eton or Etton, John, of Louth, I. 380 (p. 177).

-, John, II. 44.

-, Ric., II. g. 796 (16).

Etterby, near Carlisle, II. 249 (5, 6).

Ettingsoll and Etringwll Yend (Staff.?); I. 1263.

Etton, Yorks., I. 1105 (13).

Ettrick forest, in Scotland, II. 1079.

Etwall, Derb., letters dated, II. 515, 1299.

Eu, in Normandy, letter dated at, II. 903.

Euarley (?), II. 1275.

Eucharist, the, II. 310 (2).

Euphrates, the river, II. 1127.

Eure. See Evers.

Eustace, lord, II. 383 (p. 157).

Eustace, Chr., Irish traitor, II. 1310 i. (11), ii. (1, 9 bis).

-, Eliz., widow of Chr., II. 1310 i. (11).

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

-, Oliver, II. 1310 i. (37 bis).

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

Evans, Mr., II. 587 (2).

-, (Evance), Thos., visitor of Worcester diocese, I. 38, 545; II. 815, 912, 947:—App. 13.

-, -, letters from, II. 815:—App. 13.

Everard, Barth., I. 129.

-, Henry, I. g. 795 (8).

-, Joan, II. g. 1311 (34).

-, Lora, I. g. 795 (8).

-, Ric., I. 129.

-, Wm., II. g. 1311 (34).

Everingham, Yorks., letters dated at, I. 46, 56, 64.

Everingham, Sir Henry, I. 1159 ii., 1172 (2), 1207 (4); II. g. 1150 (11).

-, (Everhynham), Sir John, II. 186 (1 p. 62).

Evers, young lady, wife of Sir Ralph Evers, junior, II. 733, 828.

-, (Evyrs), Mr. (temp. Hen. VII.), II. 186 (1).

-, (Eure, Eur), Harry or Henry, I. 849 (p. 380); II. 186 (22), 696.

-, -, letter from, I. 849 (p. 380).

-, Sir Henry, I. 1089 (p. 503).

-, (Eure), J., II. 186 (68).

-, (Evars), John, II. 733.

-, (Yvers, Eyvers), Sir Ralph (qu. sen. or jun.?), I. 369, 870; II. 926, 1034.

-, -, letter from, II. 1034.

-, (Eure, Ivers, Yvers, Ewre), Sir Ralph, sen., father of Sir William, I. 157 ii., 172, 369 (p. 165), 534. 1023, 1083.

-, (Ivers), Ralph, II. 1343.

-, (Eure, Ewre, Evre, Yvers, Ewer, Ewere, Ever, Ivers, Yevars, Ewers, Eury), Sir Ralph, jun, son of Sir William, I. 6. (p. 7), 66, 95, 143, 174, 234–5, 248, 271, 304, 362, 369 (pp. 165–6), 392 (pp. 186, 193), 402, 409–10, 479, 533, 535, 543, 558, 594, 683, 714, 849 (p. 382), 870, 900 (p. 401), 946 (2), 973, 979, 1019, 1022, 1084, 1087. (p. 495), 1089 (p. 503), 1106, 1163, 1207 (1), 1296, 1307:—g. 311 (10), 1105 (13); II. 12 (1, 2), 102 (5), 248, 291 (pp. 119–20), 356, 519, 583, 733, 828, 850, 1151 (2, 3), 1212:—App. 1.

-, -, letters from, I. 66, 234–5, 248, 402, 409, 683; II. 356, 519.

-, -, letter to, I. 849 (p. 382).

-, (Evre, Eure), Sir Wm., deputy warden of the East Marches (1537), I. 29, 222–5, 291, 319, 351, 421, 615, 804 (p. 357), 839, 849 (p. 380), 857–8, 870, 973,.

1207 (1); II. 100, 102 (2, 3, 4), 155 n, 249–50 (1, 5), 332, 370, 422, 696, 914:—App. 1:—g. 1150 (11).

-, -, letters from, I. 839; II. 370.

-, -, signature of, I. 421, 615, 870.

Everton, Beds., II. g. 1311 (20).

Everton, Camb. (qu. part of Everton, Beds?), II. g. 1311 (20).

Every, David, I. 1195.

Evesham, II. 1259.

-, letter dated at, I. 620.

-, abbey of, II. 1314.

-, -, Clement, abbot of, I. 620:—g. 539 (3); II. 534 (2), 902.

-, -, -, letter from, I. 620.

-, -, cellarer of, II. 902.

-, -, prior of, I. 620.

-, St. Laurence's church, II. 534 (2).

Evora (Hevora, Hebora), in Portugal, letters dated at, I. 557, 565, 772; II. 227.

Evynsam. See Ensham.

Eways. See Ewyas.

Ewell, Surr., II. g. 1311 (22).

Ewelme, Oxon, I. 837.

Ewer, or Ewre. See Evers.

Ewilthi, in Wales, II. g. 1311 (22 p. 470).

Ewyas (Eways, Hewes) Lacy, Heref., I. g. 539 (24).

Ex, the river, II. 754 (2).

Exchange, mercantile, II. 1159.

Exchequer, the, I. 178, 1091; II. 766, 1056, 1151 (3):—g. 191 (3).

-, remembrancer of. See Pollard, Ric.

-, tellers of the Receipt, II. 276.

Exeter, I. 30, 152, 680, 685, 1000:—g. 1330 (61); II. 738–9, 754, 856:—App. 30:—g. 617 (7), 1150 (30), 1311 (15).

-, letters dated at, I. 605; II. 182, 557, 759, 1017.

-, charter to, II. 1017.

-, comptrollership of, II. 738–9.

-, customer of. See Hall, ——.

-, mayor of, I. 685; II. 557. See Hunt, Thomas.

-, recorder of, II. g. 617 (7). See Dennis, Sir Thos.

-, sheriff of, II. 617 (7).

-, Castle, I. g. 311 (30), 1330 (8).

-, Cathedral of, II. 557.

-, -, chancellor of, II. 182.

-, -, deanery of, I. 764, 835, 1106; II. 182, 263.

-, -, dean of. See Heynes, Simon.

-, -, former treasurer of, I. 685.

-, -, treasurer of, II. 182.

-, Yelde Hall of, I. 685.

Exeter, archdeacon of, II. 182.

Exeter, John Voysey, Bishop of, II. 155, 182, 402, 706–7 (my Lord):—g. 1150 (12).

Exeter, Henry Courtenay, marquis of, I. 23, 152, 333, 452, 797, 1008, 1068, 1199, 1207 (16, 17, 19, 21), 1227 (4), 1266; II. 51, 77 (2, 3), 172, 242, 445, 555, 581, 911 i., ii., 939, 1012, 1151 (2 bis, 3), 1205, 1241, 1256 (2):—g. 1150 (12), 1311 (28).

-, -, his bear-ward, II. 1151 (2, 3).

-, -, signature of, I. 333.

Exeter, Gertrude marchioness of ("my lady Marquess"), I. 196, 586; II. 911, 973 iii., 1060 (pp. 372–3).

Exham. See Hexham.

Exmewe (Axmeu), William, Carthusian martyr (executed 1535), II. 181.

Exmoor, II. 754 (2), 975.

Exton, near Tadcaster, II. 398.

Extreme unction, II. 409.

Eydon (Edon or Aydon), Ntht., I. g. 539 (38); II. g. 1008 (5).

Eye, Suff., I. g. 795 (39), 1103 (11).

-, monastery of (supp.), I. 445, 510:—g. 1103 (11).

Eyemouth (Aymouth), in Scotland, I. 1256.

Eyland. See Eland.

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

Eynesham. See Ensham.

Eyrby. See Ireby.

Eyre (Ayre), Edw., I. g. 539 (9); II. g. 1008 (43).

Eyre. See Aire.

Eyrey. See Ayrey.

Eyton. II. 1172. See also Eton.

Eyton. See Eaton Socon.

Eyvers. See Evers.



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