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'Index: J, K', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 12 Part 2: June-December 1537 (1891), pp. 606-613. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75737 Date accessed: 01 October 2014.


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Jacke, Ric., II. 595.

Jackman (Jakman), Thos., parson of Aston Clinton, II. 1197, 1247, 1255.

-, -, letter from, II. 1197.

Jackson or Jakson,——, I. 116.

-, Isabel, II. 186 (14).

-, Janet, I. 1214 (2).

-, (Jackeson), John, I. 201 (p. 102), 370 (p. 170), 468, 498 (2), 1214 (2), 1216 (2); II. 186 (14).

-, Marg., I. 1214 (2).

-, (Jacsoune), Nich., serjeant at arms, II. 1060 (p. 373).

-, Ric., parson of Witnesham, I. 10 n.

-, Robt., II. 186 (66).

-, Roger, II. 186 (14).

-, (Jacson), Simon, I. 1012 (p. 456), 1035 (p. 474), 1036, 1087 (p. 500).

-, (Jacson), Thos., I. 498 (2); II. g. 191 (31).

-, William, I. 669, 1319.

Jaclyn, Edm., II. 779.

Jacobaccio (Jacobitius), Chr., cardinal (1536), I. 89.

Jacobsoun, Gerard, II. 1025.

Jacsoune. See Jackson., Gerard, II. 1025.

Jakes or Jekes, John, I. g. 1330 (44).

Jakman. See Jackman., John, I. g. 1330 (44).

Jaks,——, I. 1034.

Jakys, John, chaplain, I. 311 (8).

Jamaiz. See Jametz., John, chaplain, I. 311 (8).

James I. of Scotland, I. 1313 (p. 596).

James IV., of Scotland, father of James V., I. 540, 1313 (p. 596), 1321.

James V., of Scotland, I. 12, 23, 34, 36, 53, 58, 88, 124, 165–6, 249, 259, 286 326, 333, 397–9, 414, 433, 443, 445 (pp. 215–16), 463, 496, 540, 563, 580, 505, 600, 647, 653, 664–5, 696 (p. 308–9), 703, 705, 760–2, 771, 790, 804 (p. 357), 809, 814, 816, 839, 843, 882, 919 (p. 420), 923, 931, 938, 952, 990, 1006–7, 1015, 1026, 1028–9, 1038, 1058, 1060, 1094, 1107, 1141, 1237–8, 1256, 1258, 1286–7, 1307, 1313, 1329 (p. 602); II. 6, 55, 61, 80, 142, 203 (p. 87). 218–19, 229, 253, 332, 346–7, 370, 422 (1, 2), 491, 525, 537, 539, 559 n., 566, 588, 590, 616, 650, 666, 695–6, 712 (p. 256), 745, 792, 829, 918, 929, 962, 1004, 1025, 1078–9, 1158, 1201, 1283, 1285, 1292:—App. 10, 15, 19, 21.

-, -, letters from, I. 286, 771; II. 218, 666, 1025, 1078:—App. 10.

-, -, letters to, I. 166, 433, 1007; II. 253, 525, 566, 590, 962.

-, -, his abbot. See Betoun, David.

-, -, receives consecrated sword from the Pope, I. 166, 414, 443, 463 (p. 222), 496, 665.

-, -, articles against his proposed passage through England, I. 399.

-, -, marriages of, I. 12, 34, 53, 397, 696 (pp. 308–9), 762, 1141, 1329 (p. 602); II. 219, 332, 370.

-, -, nuncio to. See Laurerius, Dionysius.

-, -, his wife. See Magdalen.

-, -, his wife's dowry, I. 1107; II. 332.

James, Master. See Basset, James.

James, Jamys or Jeamys, —, I. 740; II. 595, 711, 923, 958, 1234, 1273.

-, Andrew, II. 1101 (2).

-, John, Blanch Lion Pursuivant, I. g. 1330 (27); II. 1060 (p. 373).

-, (Jeames), John, I. 276, 424.

-, Walter, I. 971; II. App. 22.

James, Great, a tailor of Louth, I. 380.

Jametz (Jamaiz), sieur de, I. 625.

Janson, Jenson or Jamson, Pierre. See Johnson, Peter.

Jante. See Zante., Jenson or Jamson, Pierre. See Johnson, Peter.

Janyn, John, II. 58 ii.

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

Jarnygham. See Jerningham., Suss., II. g. 1008 (3).

Jastelens, Mrs., II. 973 viii.

Jaunewerts, Wm. van, a Bohemian, I. 1196.

Jay, Benet, II. 551.

Jeames or Jeamys. See James., Benet, II. 551.

Jeckes, Wm., I. 1301 (2).

Jedburgh (Yedworth), in Scotland, I. 1043.

-, abbey of, I. 859; II. App. 18.

-, -, abbot of, I. 859; II. App. 18.

Jedburgh (Gedworth) Forest, I. 421.

Jeffrey (Jefferrey), Thos., I. g. 1103 (15).

Jeffreys (Geoffreys), John, II. 303.

-, (Gefferes), Robt., I. 1147 vi.

Jeffreyson (Gefreyson), Alan, I. 115, 280 (p. 130), 295, 1087 (p. 498); II. 186 (15).

Jekes or Jakes, John, I. g. 1330 (44).

Jeket, Wm., II. 172 (2).

Jenens, Mr. See Jenney, Chr.

Jenet, Ralph, II. g. 191 (32).

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

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

Jenkinson, Henry, I. 581; II. 581 n.

Jenkyns, Janet, I. 1214 (2).

Jenney, Chr., serjeant at law, I. 1268:—g. 311 (30), 795 (4); II. 248 (p. 104), 421, 537 (Jenens), 603–4:—g. 191 (33), 1150 (11), 1311 (29).

-, -, letters from, II. 421, 603–4.

Jenour, John, I. g. 311 (30); II. 1150 (10).

-, -, Alice his wife, II. g. 1150 (10).

-, Ric. II. g. 1150 (10).

Jensemy. See Smith, John.

Jenyns or Jenyn, ——, II. 827, 975.

-, Geoff., II. g. 191 (9).

-, John, II. g. 1311 (3).

-, Nich., II. 1282.

-, Ric., prior of Maiden Bradley, II. g. 617 (1).

-, Robt., deposition of, I. 126.

-, Wm., II. g. 191 (3).

Jenys. See Genoa.-, Wm., II. g. 191 (3).

Jeordan. See Jordan.-, Wm., II. g. 191 (3).

Jermy, Sir John, II. 56.

Jermyn (Germyn),——, I. 93.

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

Jerningham (Jarnygham), Mrs., I. 196, 450, 1060 (p. 374).

-, Sir John, II. g. 1150 (42).

Jerome (Jherom),—, Bigod's chaplain, I. 533 (p. 247).

-, (Jerom), John, of Bardney, I. 581 n.

Jerpoint (Gerypont, Jerypons) Abbey, in Ireland, abbot of II. 837 (1, 2).

Jerrard, Wm., I. 608.

Jersey, a Friar Minor of, I. 725.

Jerusalem, Hospital of. See St. John of Jerusalem, Order of,.

Jervaulx (Jerveulx, Jervaise, Gervayx, Gervaise, Gervayse, Gervesse, Gervasse, Gerveys, Gerves, Gervice, Jervers, Gervies, &c.) Abbey, Yorks, I. 706, 786 (pp. 340, 342), 787–9, 1012, 1023 ii., 1035, 1172, 1192, 1214, 1218, 1237, 1257, 1264, 1269, 1298, 1307 (1, 2), 1326; II. 14, 36, 59, 82, 115, 159, 190, 192, 291 ii., 432, 1082–3.

-, Adam Sedbergh, abbot of, I. 369, 666, 786 (p. 342), 787, 789, 1012 (pp. 455–6), 1023 ii., 1035–6, 1087 (p. 500), 1088, 1199 (2, 3), 1207 (8), 1227, 1269, 1285:—g. 1330 (1); II. 41, 97.

-, -, confession of, I. 1269.

-, -, examination of, I. 1035–6.

-, -, evidence against, I. 1087 (p. 500).

-, -, his father, I. 1035.

-, -, cellarer of, I. 1035 (p. 474) 1036.

Jerveys, Ric., II. g. 411 (1).

Jervys, John, II. g. 796 (11).

Jervyse, Harry, II. 150.

Jerypons. See Jerpoint., Harry, II. 150.

Jevington (Yevington), Suss., II. g. 1008 (3).

Jewellery, I. 47–8, 1307 (2); II. 34, 35, 92, 973, 1315. See also Church ornaments.

Jews, II. 131.

Jherom. See Jerome., II. 131.

Jhonson. See Johnson., II. 131.

Joanna, the Emperor's daughter, II. 1053.

Jobson (or Jopson), Brian, I. 914.

-, Fras., I. 571.

Joghill. See Youghal.-, Fras., I. 571.

Johans, Walter, I. 1291.

John III., king of Portugal, I. 288, 347, 365–6, 557, 565, 696 (p. 307); II.212–13, 227, 240, 539, 1112.

-, -, letter from, I. 557.

-, -, letter to, II. 539.

-, -, his brother. See Louis, infant of Portugal.

-, -, a daughter of, II. 1143.

-, -, grant by, I. 288.

Johnes. See Jones.-, -, grant by, I. 288.

Johns. See Jones.-, -, grant by, I. 288.

Johnson,——, of York, I. 201 (p. 89).

-, ——, of Norfolk (?), I. 686.

-, ——, alderman of Hull, I. 201 (p. 89).

-, Charles I. 29 (2).

-, Ch., I. 959, 965.

-, Cornelis, II. g. 617 (10).

-, Henry, II. 172, 475:—App. 7:—g. 617 (10).

-, James, II. 186 (10).

-, John, I. 780.

-, Ottwell, I. 1065.

-, (Janson), Peter, I. 498 (2):—g. 539 (8); II. 116, 121, 257.

-, Philip, alias Taylor, II. 764.

-, Ric., gunner, II. g. 191 (1).

-, Thos., alias Bonaventure, an Observant Friar, I. 392 (pp. 183–4).

-, (Jhonson, Jonson), Thos., Carthusian I. 1233; II. 91 ii.

-, Sir Thos., I. 6 (p. 7), 138, 1172 (2), 1207 (3); II. 172, 398.

-, Thos., II. 56.

Joisne, Charles, jun., I. 376.

Jolye, Thomas, letter from, I. 792.

Jones or Jonys, David, I. 1171:—g. 539 (16).

-, Denis, a Frenchman, I. 1294.

-, (Johns), Geoff., I. 1330 (15).

-, Harry, I. 1147 (p. 529).

-, Hugh, I. g. 1103 (36).

-, John, Queen's usher, I. 308.

-, John, I. 1316.

-, (Johnes), Lewis, bp. Roland Lee's servant, I. 93, 1271.

-, (Jons, Johns), Robt., II. 357, 747.

-, (Johnes), Thos., I. 567; II. 1029, 1035, 1091.

Jope, John, I. 1000.

Joppe, —, "Admiral of Sluys," I. 656 (p. 291), 663, 718 (4).

Jopson. See Jobson., —, "Admiral of Sluys," I. 656 (p. 291), 663, 718 (4).

Jordan (Jurdane, Jeordan), Wm., King's messenger, II. 1148, 1183 (1, 2).

Jordanston, co. Meath, II. 1310 (37).

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

Joseph, Michael (the Cornish rebel in 1497), I. 1001.

Joskyn, Jas., II. g. 191 (48), 796 (6).

Joye, ——, prebendary of Ripon, II. 851, 1175.

Jud, Andrew, II. 186 (24).

Judeo, a Turkish naval leader, II. 129.

Judges, the, II. 501, 874.

Julian Bower, beside Louth, I. 380 (p. 176).

Julianstown, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (37).

Juliers, duke of. See Cleves and Juliers.

Jumper, Vincent, I. 898.

Jurden, ——, I. 308 (p. 140).

Jury, punishment of a, I. 6 (p. 7).

Justice, ——, I. 196, 354; II. 84, 130, 1209 (p. 425), 1211.

-, Mr. See Packington, John.

-, Thos., of Skerne, I. 380 (p. 179).

Justices of the peace, I. 1315.

Justification, doctrine of, II. 401 (2), 1122 (p. 393).

Justynyan, ——, a Venetian exile, I. 1190 (2).

-, -, his son, I. 1190 (2).

K.

Kaerlion. See Caerleon.

Kallasue, co. Carlow, II. g. 1008 (35).

Kandishe. See Cavendish.

Karge Ogaynyll. See Carricogonel.

Karleill. See Carlisle.

Karlyngforthe. See Carlingford.

Karnoo. See Carnew.

Karow. See Carew.

Karragh, in Ireland, II. 1310 i. (43).

Kary. See Cary.

Katelyn. See Catlyn.

Katharine of Arragon, first queen of Henry VIII., mother of the Princess Mary, I. 366 (p. 161), 637, 661, 901 (pp. 406, 409); II. 212 (pp. 91–2), 1053 (his aunt).

Katharine de Medici, wife of the Dauphin, I. 12.

Kavanagh or Cavenagh, Creon, Irish chief, II. 1310 i. (46).

-, Dowlin, Irish chief, II. 1310 ii. (46).

-, (Kevanathe), Moriarty (Maryertazthe), II. 898 (7).

Kavanaghs (Cavenaghs, Cavenaghes), the, Irish family, I. 394 (2, 4); II. 383 (p. 157), 507, 531, 628, 729 (5), 898 (8), 1097, 1308 (p. 458), 1310 i. (36).

Kavelioke. See Keviliock.

Kaxbye. See Kexby.

Kaxton. See Caxton.

Kayn. See Kyme.

Keal (Kele), Linc., I. 70 ix.

Keating or Keting, Alexander, II. 135, 898 (6).

-, Dan, II. 898 (5).

-, (Kethyng), James, the traitor, II. 135, 1310 i. (15, 45).

-, James, II. 898 (8).

-, Ph., II. 898 (5 i., ii.).

-, Sir Wm. commander of Kilcloghan, II. 898 (5, 7), 1310; (4).

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

Keble (Kebell), Mr., II. 1032.

Kechyng or Kechyn. See Kitchen., Mr., II. 1032.

Keddington (Kedyngton, Kenington), Linc., I. 380 (pp. 173, 175–8), 481 (p. 228).

Kedewen, in Wales, II. 1237.

Keighley (Keghley), Lawrence, I. 192.

Keksby. See Kexby., Lawrence, I. 192.

Kele, John, I. g. 539 (11).

Kele. See Keal., John, I. g. 539 (11).

Kelecotes, Linc., I. 649.

Kelegryw. See Killegrew., Linc., I. 649.

Kelham (Kelkeham), Notts., II. g. 1008 (9).

Kelke, Thos., dec., II. 172, 955.

Kell, Rob., I. 581.

Kelle, Rie., I. 701.

Kellenale. See Killenaule., Rie., I. 701.

Kellet (Kelet) Moor, Lanc., I. 914 (p. 416).

Kellington, Yorks., II. 186 (20).

-, vicar of, II. 186 (20).

Kells (Kenles, Kynleis, Kenlis), in Ireland, II. 383 (p. 157), 1308 (p. 458), 1310 ii. (4).

Kells (Kellis, Kellys) priory, in co. Kilkenny, prior of, II. 837 (2), 898.

Kelly, Henry, II. g. 191 (16).

-, John, II. 1310 i. (43).

-, Wm., I. g. 1330 (43): II. g. 191 (16).

Kellyes (Kelleys), the Irish family, II. 383 (p. 157).

Kellystown (Kelliston), co. Carlow, II. 1310 i. (4).

Kelsale (Kelsall), Suff., I. g. 1103 (11).

Kelton, Arthur, letter from, II. 902.

Kelyngworthe. See Kenilworth., Arthur, letter from, II. 902.

Kember, Ric., I. 662.

Kemberton (Kymerton); Salop, II. g. 411 (13).

Keme. See Kyme., II. g. 411 (13).

Kemerght (Keymergh or Kenmergh), commote of, in Wales, I. g. 795 (7, 29), 1103 (37).

Kemes, Jas., I. g. 1103 (36).

Kemesey, ——, of Hull, I. 392 (pp. 186–7 See Notes).

Kempe, Thos., II. 1060 (p. 373).

-, Sir Wm., II. 172, 911 ii.:—g. 1150 (13), 1311 (28).

Kempper. See Quimper.-, Sir Wm., II. 172, 911 ii.:—g. 1150 (13), 1311 (28).

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

Kemsey (Kymsey), Rob., I. 201 (p. 88), 1227 (10).

Kendal (Kentdall, Kendilland), Westmld., I. 6 i. (p. 6), ii., 7, 39, 63, 136, 163 (2), 305, 362, 284, 411, 632, 671, 788, 825, 847 (13), 848 (p. 378), 849 (p. 380), 901 (p. 405), 914 passim, 946 (3), 959, 965, 1034 (pp. 472–3), 1087 (p. 498), 1088; II. 205 (p. 89).

-, bailey of. See Wilson, —; also Collins, Wm.

-, custom of, I. 671 (2 ii.), 914.

-, parish priest or curate of. See Browne, Walter, and Applegarth, Robt.

-, Mr. Parr's deputy in, I. 825. See Layburn, Sir James.

-, the twenty-four men of, I. 384, 671 (p. 296).

-, vicarage of, I. 263.

-, church of, I. 7 (p. 10), 671 (p. 296), 849 (p. 381).

-, North Street, II. 914.

-, Tarney Banks near, I. 914.

-, the Tolbooth, I. 671 (2 iii.), 914 (p. 416).

Kendall (Kendale) manor, in Aldenham, Herts., I. g. 191 (28).

Kendall, —, King's servant, II. 764:—App. 43.

-, Sir John, a former prior of St. John's, I. g. 311 (50).

-, Thos., S. T. B., vicar of Louth, I. 19, 69, 70 i., 380, 481 (p. 228), 734 (3), 764 n; II. 181.

-, -, examination of, I. 70 i.

-, -, interrogatories for, I. 69.

-, Walter, II. g. 1150 (12).

-, Wm., of Barlings, I. 581 n.

-, Wm., of Launceston I. 298.

Kendilland. See Kendall.-, Wm., of Launceston I. 298.

Kene, John, I. 1147 See also Kyme.

Kenilworth (Kelyngworthe) Abbey, Warw., I. 213, 290:—g. 311 (7, 19, 35).

-, Simon Jekes, abbot of (1537), I. 679:—g. 311 (19, 35), 539 (4).

-, late abbot of. See Wall, Wm.

-, Castle, I. 389.

Kenles. See Kells.-, Castle, I. 389.

Kenmergh. See Kemerght.-, Castle, I. 389.

Kennedy, James, II. 859 (2).

Kennemerton, Glouc., I. g. 1330 (23).

Kenninghall (Kenyngale, Kenynggar), Norf., I. 29:—g. 1330 (26); II. 248 (p. 104), 1049.

-, letters dated, I. 3, 32, 42, 198, 216–17, 246, 252; II. 547, 605.

Kennington. See Keddington.-, letters dated, I. 3, 32, 42, 198, 216–17, 246, 252; II. 547, 605.

Kensham. See Keynsham.-, letters dated, I. 3, 32, 42, 198, 216–17, 246, 252; II. 547, 605.

Kensington, Midd., letter dated at, II. App. 30.

Kent, I. 352, 957, 1170; II. 483, 592, 600, 830, 846, 975 1101, 1151 (1, 2), 1247, 1314 (1, 2):—g. 1150 (13, 18), 1311 (28).

-, a parson in, I. 957.

-, sheriff of (1537–8). See Hawte, Sir Wm.

Kent, earldom of, II. 922–3.

Kent, ——, I. 354 (See Errata).

Kentdall. See Kendall., ——, I. 354 (See Errata).

Kentmere, Westmld., I. g. 539 (26).

Kenyngale or Kenynggar. See Kenninghall.

Kepdromyn, co. Tipperary, II. 1310 i. (24).

Keragh (le), co. Kildare (qu. the Curragh?). II. 1310 i. (37).

Kerlell or Kerlesle. See Carlisle.

Kern. See Carne.

Kernevet, Denb., I. g. 795 (29).

Kerr (Car), Andrew (Dan), of Fernieherst, I. 804.

Kerrier hundred, Cornw., I. g. 1105 (9).

Kerry (Kery) in Wales, II. 1237.

Kersall (Kirsale), Notts., II. g. 1008 (9).

Kerseys. See under Cloth.

Kershopefoot (Cressopefut), on the Border, II. 990.

Kery. See Kerry.

Ketford, Peter, II. g. 1150 (33).

Ketforthe, Ric., II. 1306.

Kethyng. See Keating.

Ketismer (qu. Cottesmore?), II. 1167.

Kettleby (Kettilby), Linc., I. 380 (p. 175).

Kettleby (Ketylby), John, I. g. 539 (3); II. g. 191 (58).

Kettleston (Ketylson), Norf., II. g. 1311 (30).

Kettlewell (Kettill Well), Yorks., I. 491, 506.

-, vicar of, I. 491.

Ketylbergh, John, I. 424.

Kevanoghe or Kevanathe. See Kavanagh.

Keviliock (Kavelioke), in Wales, II. 1183, 1271–2; II. 158, 490, 776, 835, 852, 857, 896, 993, 995, 1024, 1057 (1, 2), 1151, 1183, 1237.

-, deputy steward of, II. 896.

Kew (Cewe), Surr., I. 661, 806, 821.

Kexby (Keksby, Kaxbye), Yorks., I. 536, 901.

-, Bridge of, I. 392 (p. 188).

Key, Helen, late prioress of Stixwold, II. g. 411 (27).

-, Wm., I. 1062.

Keyme. See Kyme.

Keymergh. See Kemerght.

Keyn. Kyne.-, Wm., I. 1062.

Keynsham (Kensham), Soms., II. 195 (p. 85).

Keynton (Salop?), I. g. 795 (12).

Keys, Ric., II. g. 1311 (19).

Keys, the, doctrine of, I. 541.

Keyscheboyne Castle, co. Kildare, II. 1097.

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

Kibworth, I. 1133; II. 1209.

Kibworth Beauchamp, Leic., I. 1263.

Kidwelly's land, in Wales, II. 852.

Kilberry (co. Meath?). II. 1310 i. (43, 45).

Kilbride, co. Dublin, II. 1310 i. (10).

Kilbride, co. Waterford, II. 898 (2 iv.).

Kilcash (Kilcas), inco. Tipperary, statutes of, II. 837 (1, 2).

Kilcloghan or Templetown, co. Wexford, master of the commandry. See Keating, Sir Wm.

Kilcooley (Kyllcole), in co. Tipperary, abbey of, abbot of, II. 837 (2).

Kilcowan, co. Wexford, II. 1310 i. (15).

-, vicar of, II. 898 (6).

Kilcullen (Kilcullyn), baron of, II. 383 (p. 157), 729 (1, 5).

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

Kildare county, in Ireland, I. 394 (4), 983:—g. 795 (24); II. 383 (p. 157), 575, 729 (1, 5). 762–3, 786, 1096–7, 1310 i. (4, 5, 9, 11, 20, 27, 35, 38), ii. (2, 6).

-, -, sheriff of, II. 1310 ii. (2).

Kildare, Gerald Fitzgerald, Ninth earl of, II. 698, 729 (1, 5), 963, 1310 i. (1, 4, 45), ii. (2), 1317:—g. 1008 (35).

-, -, his father, II. 729 (5).

-, -, his son. See Fitzgerald, Gerald.

Kildare, Eliz. countess of, sister of lord Leonard Grey, widow of the preceding, II. 1310 ii. (2).

Kildare, earls of, I. 396; II. 383.

Kildare, earldom of (Kildare's lands), I. 983; II. 698 (2), 943, 1310 i. (4), ii. (3), 1317.

Kildare, town and manor of, II. 1308 (p. 458), 1310 i. (4).

Kildare, dean of. See Dillon, Edw.

-, bishop of, I. 1278.

-, -, chaplain of, I. 1278.

-, bpric. of, I. 1278.

Kildowan, co. Wexford, II. 1310 i. (18).

Kildrought or Castleton-Kildroghte (now Celbridge), co. Kildare, l. g. 795 (24);II. 1310 i. (4).

Kilferrouthe or Kilferagh, co. Kilkenny, II. 837, 1310 i. (26).

Kilham (Kyllome), Yorks., bailey of, I. 1019, 1020 ii.

Kilkaa (Kylca), co. Kildare. I. 1066; II. 383 (p. 157), 826, 963, 991, 1310 i. (4).

Kilkake, co. Kildare, II. 1310 i. (4).

Kilkedy in Kenmergh, co. Denb., I. g. 1103 (37).

Kilkenny county, in Ireland, I. 394 (4), 983, 1066; II. 729 (5), 762, 786, 859. 1096, 1288 i., ii., 1302, 1310 i. (4, 20, 26), ii. (2 bis).

-, sheriff of, II. 837.

-, verdict of the gentlemen and commoners, II. 859.

Kilkenny (town and lordship), II. 837, 859 1239, 1288, 1310 i. (20):—g. 1008 (35).

-, verdict of steward, elders, and commoners, II. 837.

-, sovereign of. See Rothe, Robt.

Kilkenny, the statutes of, II. 383 (p. 157).

Kilkevan, co. Wexford, II. 898 (5 ii., 8).

Kilkullyn. See Kilcullen., co. Wexford, II. 898 (5 ii., 8).

Killen (Kyllyen, Killen), lord of (Plunkett), I. 1066; II. 76.

Killegrew (Kelegryw), ——, I. 1039.

-, (Kyllygrewe), John, I. 277, 497.

-, -, signature of, I. 497.

Killeigh (Kyllegh, Kyllagh), in Offaley, II. 1139.

-, Observant Friars at, II. 1300.

Killenagh, co. Wexford, II. 1310 i. (4).

Killenaule (Kellenale alias Kyldanale), co. Tipperary, II. g. 1008 (35).

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

Killeneuen, co. Dublin, II. 1310 i. (2).

Killenure le Carne, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (4).

Killfforde, in Denbigh, I. g. 1330 (21).

Kilmainham (Kilmanan, Cellmaynam), in Ireland, letters dated at, I. 622; II. 506–7.

-, Priory of St. John of Jerusalem, II. 1310 ii. (5).

-, prior of. See Rawson, Sir John.

Kilmallock, in Ireland, II. 698.

-, letters dated at, II. 230, 389.

Kilmore, in Ireland, II. 1310 i. (43).

Kilmory, co. Meath, II. 1310 (2).

Kilner (Kylner), Ric., II. 232.

Kilowan (Kyllowan), in Ireland, II. 1310 i. (43).

Kilpatrick, co. Wexford, II. 898 (5).

Kilrush, co. Kildare, II. 1310 i. (27).

Kilsheven (co. Tipperary?), II. 898 (10).

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

Kiltenan rectory, co. Tipperary, II. 1310 i. (24).

Kilton, Yorks., II. 12.

Kilvydan (co. Waterford), II. 898.

Kilwolagh, in Ireland, rectory of, II. 1301 i. (21).

Kimberley, Notts., I. g. 795 (38).

Kimble (Kymbell), Bucks., I. g. 539 (20).

Kimbolton, Hunts., letter dated at, I. 934.

-, vicar of, I. 934.

Kimpton or Kympton, Edw., I. App. 3.

-, John, II. 975.

Kineton or Kington, Warw., II. g. 1311 (18).

Kineton (Kinton), Dorset, Warw., I. g. 1330 (59).

King, water of, in Gilsland, II. 836.

King, George, governor of Friesland, I. 924, 1167; II. 509, 633.

King, Allan, I. 353 (p. 156), 457, 528, 1039.

-, Dr. Henry, II. 295–6 547 (? See notes).

-, -, letter from, II. 296.

-, Henry, II. 291 ii.

-, John, II. 186 (15, 67), 974.

-, Robt., abbot of Thame and of Oseney (1537), II. 1246.

-, Thos., I. 1328.

-, Wm., I. 380 (pp. 175, 177).

Kingsbridge, Devon, II. 856.

Kingsbury, Soms., I. g. 539 (36).

Kingsclere, Hants., II. g. 1311 (22).

Kingsdown, Kent, II. 974, 975:—g. 1311 (16).

King's Meaburn (Meburne), Westmld., I. 498 (2).

Kingsmill (Kyngesmyll), John, II. g. 1150 (18).

Kings Norton, Worc., cheeses from, I. 38.

Kingsthorpe (Kyngthorp), Ntht., II. 1208.

Kingston, Notts., II. 1061.

Kingston, Soms., II. g. 191 (57).

Kingston, I. of Wight, I. g. 539 (45).

Kingston (Kyngeston) Deverill, Wilts., II. g. 617 (1).

Kingston Lisle, Berks., II. 126, 166 (p. 55), 1221, 1233.

Kingston [upon Thames], Surr., I. 654, 661; 774, 839, 1147.

-, the Crown at, I. 654.

Kingston (Kyngesston), Sir Wm., constable of the Tower, vice-chamberlain and captain of the Guard, I. 148, 291, 308 (p. 140), 450, 494, 558, 618, 667, 734 (1), 810, 846, 964, 1008, 1013 (p. 458), 1039, 1068, 1150, 1195, 1207 (17, 18, 21), 1225, 1227 (6, 12):—g. 795 (42); II. 105, 126, 706–7, 911 ii., 1060 (p. 374), 1136, 1224:—g. 1150 (33).

-, -, letters from, II. 706–7.

-, -, letter to, I. 1195.

-, -, signature of, I. 148, 291, 558, 667, 846.

Kingston, lady, wife of Sir William, II. 911, 1060 (p. 374).

-, Mr., I. 548.

-, Anth., I. g. 795 (32, 42); II. 911 ii.:—g. 1150 (33).

-, John, I. 581, 581n.

-, (Kynston), Matth., I. g. 539 (9).

-, Thos., I. 581.

Kingswear (Kynggswere), Devon, I. 74.

Kingswood (Kyngeswod), (Wilts.?), I. 308.

Kington. See Kineton., (Wilts.?), I. 308.

Kington (Kynton), West, Wilts., II. 295.

Kinloss, Robert Reid, abbot of, II. 1283.

Kinsale, in Ireland, II. 763, 943.

-, the prize-wines of, II. 763.

Kinver (Kynvere), near Stourbridge, Staff., II. g. 1008 (4).

Kirkby, Matthew, monk, of, Furness, I. 841 (3 ii.).

-, (Kyrkby), Reynold, I. 581 n.

Kirkby-on-Bain (Kyrkeley super Bayteyn), Linc., I. g. 1103 (5).

Kirkby in Cleveland, vicar of, I. 1087.

Kirkby-Grindalyth, Yorks., I. 174 (2).

Kirkby (Kyrby) in Kendal, Westmld., I. g. 795 (14).

Kirkby-Moorside (Kirkbemorsyd), Yorks., II. 186 (1).

Kirkby-Ravensworth, near Richmond, Yorks., I. 787–8.

Kirkbyshire, Yorks., I. 6 (p. 5), 81, 1035.

Kirkby-Stephen, Westld., I. 419, 498 (2), 687 (2 pp. 302, 304), 992, 1089 (p. 503).

-, curate of, I. 687 (2).

Kirk Deighton (Kyrkedighton), Yorks., I. 1081.

Kirke,—, captain, I. 528.

-, (Kyrke), Wm., Suffolk's bailiff of Thornham, I. 40, 307.

Kirkham, Lanc., I. 694.

Kirkham priory, Yorks., I. 369.

Kirkham, Sir Robt., II. 1297:—g. 1150 (18).

Kirkley (Kyrklaye), Nthld., II. 250 (1, 5).

Kirkstall (Crystaull, Crist Stall, Cristall) Abbey, Yorks., II. 186 (23), 1314.

-, abbot of, I.281, 306 (p. 138), 786 ii., 1011 (p. 455?), 1021.

-, -, his chaplain, I. 786 ii.

Kirkstead (Kirkested, Christede, Kyrkstede, Cristed), Linc., I. 581 ii., 581n, 1224.

-, letter dated at, I. 278.

-, abbey of, I. 278, 582, 639, 676–7, 700, 998; II. 190, 462, 489, 657, 1268.

-, -, lead of, I. 676, 677, 998.

-, -, survey of, II. 462.

-, Richard Harrison, abbot of, I. 278, 581 ii., 590–1, 677; II. 292 ii., 462, 1268:—g. 1008 (42).

-, -, letter from, I. 278.

Kirkton (Kirketon), Notts, II. g. 1008 (9).

Kirsale. See Kersall.

Kirtling (Kyrtelynge), Camb., I. g. 795 (26).

Kirton, Linc., I. 6.

-, soke of, I. 6.

Kirton (Kyrton), Thos., II. 56.

-, Wm., I. 1159 iv., 1199 (4).

Kitchen (Keching, Kytchyn, Kitson, Kechyn), Roger, of Beverley, I. 136, 140–1, 201 (pp. 88, 90, 92–3, 95–8), 202 (p. 104–5), 370 (pp. 167–8), 392 (pp. 182, 184), 1022.

-, -, examination of, I. 201 (p. 96), 370 (p. 168).

Kite, John. See Carlisle, bishop of.

Kitson, —, of London, I. 677; II. 126.

-, Thos., II. 1009.

-, See also Kitchen.

Knachebull, John, II. 959.

Knaith (Knathe, Knath,) Linc., II. 185, 186 (29, 67, 77).

-, letter dated at, II. 186 (74).

-, parson of, II. 186 (77).

Knapton, Yorks., I. 174 (2).

Knaresborough (Knavesborowe, Knasborough, Gnasborough), Yorks., I. 184, 349, 392 (p. 189); II. 186 (2, 16 ii., 65).

-, castle of, I. 930; II. 186 (65).

-, St. Robert's Priory, II. I. 918.

-, -, Sir Robert Esch or Ashton, friar of, ("the friar of St. Robert's"), I. 201 (pp. 90, 92, 97), 202 (p. 104), 319, 322, 369 (p. 166), 370 (pp. 167–9), 392 (pp. 184, 189), 416 (2), 448, 479, 1018, 1021 (p. 463), 1087 (p. 495); II. 291 ii., 918.

-, -, minister of, II. 918, 1076.

Knathe. See Knaith.-, -, minister of, II. 918, 1076.

Knebworth (Herts?), I. 1199 (4).

Kneesall (Knysall, Knesall), Notts., II. 2, 187 (4).

Knefton, James, II. 975.

Knell, manor of. I. 737–8.

Knesall, See Kneesall.

Knevet. See Knyvett.

Knight, Dr. William, archdeacon of Richmond, parson of Romaldkirk, afterwards bishop of Bath and Wells (1541–7), 1. 788 ("his master"), 789 (pp. 345–6), 878, 1158; II. 9, 39, 40, 402, 740, 911 ii.

-, -, letter from, II. 740.

-, -, letters to, II. 39, 40.

Knight, Mr., II. 668.

-, Hen., II. g. 1311 (37).

-, John, II. g. 796 (18).

-, (Knyzt), Thomas, proctor of Oxford (1537), I. 606–7, 736, 926; II. 429, 1066–7.

-, -, letters from, I. 926; II. 1067.

-, Wm., I. 960.

Knightley, Edmund, serjeant-at-law, I. 620; II. 186 (64), 805:—g. 1150 (28).

Knighton, Thos., II. g. 1150 (41).

Knights manor, Chesh., I. 694.

Knights Hall, Linc., II. 187 (6).

Knock (Cnocke), co. Louth, II. 1310 i. (4).

Knockdromen, co. Dublin, II. 1310 i. (10).

Knockfergus castle, co. Meath, II. 1097.

Knockgraffon (Knokraffyn) co. Tipperary, II. 826, 1097, 1310 i. (4):—g. 1008 (35).

Knocktopher (Knocktover, Kuocktohir, Knoktoffer), co. Kilkenny, II. 1310 i. (20):—g. 1008 (35).

-, prior of, II. 859 (2).

-, -, his son. See Kennedy, James.

Knolles (Knollys, Knowlls, Knolls), Sir Wm.(knighted in 1537), of Hull, I. 104, 141–2, 174 (p. 76), 201 (p. 93), 202 (p. 105), 370 (p. 168), 392 (p. 190), 1113, 1172 (2), 1207 (3):—g. 795 (34); II. 203 (p. 87).

Knotte, Ric., II. 44.

-, Thos., II. 180.

Knotton, Wm., priest, II. 67.

Knottshall, Suff., I. g. 1103 (11).

Knowefild, Linc., II. 1214.

Knowlls. See Knolles., Linc., II. 1214.

Knowseley, Robt., I. 1183 (2).

Knowsley, Lanc., letter dated at, I. 1115.

Knutsford (Nuttesforthe), Chesh., school-master of, I. 389.

Knysall. See Kneesall., Chesh., school-master of, I. 389.

Knyston, Matth., II. g. 1008 (43).

Knyvett (Knevet, Kneven, Knyffet), Sir Henry (knighted 18 Oct. 1537), of the Privy Chamber, I. 1199 (4), 1227 (10, 2); II. 368, 395, 418, 427, 539 ("a gentleman"), 586, 661, 911 (pp. 319–20), 939, 973 ii.

-, -, letter from, II. 586.

-, -, his wife, Lady Knevet, II. 1060 (p. 374).

Knyvett (Knevet), Ant., II. 911 ii.:—App. 40:—g. 617 (10).

-, -, letter from, II. App. 40.

-, Edm., I. 216, 1199 (4), 1227 (8, 2).

-, Sir Edm., I. 1159 iv.

-, Mr. I. 914, 1277.

-, (Knevyt), Wm., I. 1159 iv., 1199 (4), 1227 (2).

Kolyer, ——, I. 1271 (3).

Koveram. See Coverham.

Krake. See Crake.

Krayk. See Crake.

Kut. See Cutte.

Kyllegh. See Killeigh.

Kylwatlynhow, Cumb., I. 687 (pp. 300, 303).

Kyme (Kayn, Keme, Kene, Keyme, Kayme), Guy, I. 70 viii, 201 (pp. 89, 90), 370, 380 (pp. 174, 177–8), 392 (pp. 185–7 189), 481 (p. 228), 581 ii., 581 n, 590–1, 608, 901, 1207 (11).

-, (Keme), John, I. 380 (p. 178), 481 (p. 228).

-, Thos., I. 1207 (7).

-, See also Kyne.

Kymerton. See Kemberton.

Kymmer Abbey. See Cymmer.

Kymsey. See Kemsey.

Kynayfadd, in Ireland, II. 1300.

Kynaliagh (Kynneleagh), co. Meath, II. 1139 ii., 1310 i. (4).

Kyne (Kynne. Keyn, Kyme), John, I. 196, 238, 329, 354 (See Errata), 450, 483, 494.

Kyngs. See Kings.

Kyngthorp. See Kingsthorpe.

Kynleis. See Kells.

Kynneleagh. See Kynaliagh.

Kynston. See Kingston.

Kynston, letter dated at, II. 935.

Kynton. See Kington.

Kyrkeley. See Kirkby.

Kyrkenar, Erasmus, the King's armourer, I. 986:—g. 1330 (17).

Kyrton (Devon?), II. 690.

Kyrven, Robt., signature of, I. 108.

Kysborugh. See Gisburn.

Kytte, John. See Carlisle, bp. of.

Kyttowe, John. II. g. 411 (31).



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