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'Index: F', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 20 Part 2: August-December 1545 (1907), pp. 682-697. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=80445 Date accessed: 22 September 2014.


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F., A. See Flammock, Sir A.

Fabyan, Edw., ii. g. 707 (10).

Fachill, —, i. g. 465 (14).

Facnam, Suff. See Fakenham.

Faenza, in Italy, i. 650 (2).

Faggots. See Wood.

Fago, Wm., clk., a, Scot, i. 635.

Faireweather, John, i. g. 1335 (28).

Fairfax (Fairefaxe), Guy, i. g. 1335(55).

-, Hen., ii. g. 1068 (52).

-, (Fayrefaxe), John, i. g. 1335 (12 p. 659).

-, (Farfaxse, Farefax, Fayrefaxe), Sir Nich., i. 339 (2). 395:— g. 623 (pp. 323, 325), 1081 (19, 58).

-, Thos., Serjeant at law, i. g. 622 (p. 318).

-, (Fairefaxe), Sir Wm., i. g. 1335 (55); ii. g. 1068 (52).

Fairford (Fayreford), Glouc., i. g. 282 (22), 1081 (36).

Fakenham, Norf., ii. g. 496 (20).

Fakenham (Facnam), Suff., ii. g. 266 (36).

Falcon (Fawcon), John, ii. g. 496 (46 p. 226).

-, (Fawcon), Mich., i. g. 1335 (27).

Falconer (Fawkener), Adrian, i. g. 620 (5).

-, (Fawconer, Fawckener), John, ii. g. 1068 (19 p. 538).

-, (Fawconer), Morgan, i. g. 282 (52 p. 129).

Falcot, Ntht. See Fawcott.

Falde, John, i. g. 846 (11, 93 p. 427).

Faleshed, Ric., ii. g. 707 (27).

-, (Falsehed), Thos., i. g. 1335 (11).

Falkeborne, Essex. See Faulkbourn.

Falkenberg. See Fauquembergues.

Falkland, in Scotland, ii. 1019.

Fall, Wm., i. g. 465 (101).

Fallantyne, John, i. g. 1335 (13).

Falleye, Hants. See Fawley.

Fallowhill (Fawllohyll), in Scotland. See Murray, P.

Falmouth (Fawlemouth, Fawmouth), Cornw., i. 106, 303, 326, 345, 811, 856, 959 (2); ii. 5, 53:— App. 39.

Falsehed. See Faleshed.

Falthorpe, Ric., i. g. 282 (37).

Falwyat, Francis, secretary to the abp. of Rheims. and his envoy to Scotland, i. 608–9, 692, 725–6.

Fane, Henry, ii. 637, 766.

-, (Vane, Phane, Van), Sir Ralph, lieutenant of the pensioners, one of the Commissaries for Reiffenberg's men, signature of, ii. 234, 297–8, 352, 433, 437, 474, 509, 527, 543, 587, 605–6, 636, 650, 656, 678, 680, 710, 750, 766, 785, 847.

-, -, letter from, ii. 309.

-, -, other references to, i. 558:— g. 282 (36), 624 (15); ii. 127, 179 (?), 182, 203, 233–4, 244–5, 255, 274 (p. 128), 297, 352, 403, 443, 518, 585, 617. 636–7, 653, 655, 680 (2), 766, 803, 882–3. 954, 1004, 1062:— App. 2 (1, 2 vi).

Fange, Thos., i. g. 465 (55).

Fanne, John, i. 722.

-, Laur., i. g. 465 (99), 1335 (51).

Fante. See Faunte.

Farefax. See Fairfax.

Fareham, Hants, i. g. 1081 (24).

Fareham (Farneham), hundred, Hunts, ii. 263.

Farewell, Devon. See Farway.

Farewell, Wm, i. g. 624 (15), 1081 (19), 1335 (55).

Fareye. See Fayre.

Farfaxse. See Fairfax.

Faringdon. See Farringdon.

Farleigh, East- (Estferleigh), Kent, ii. 824 ii.

Farleton, Westmld., i. g. 282 (52).

Farley or Farley Chamberlayne, Hants, i. g. 1335 (55).

Farley Hungerford (Farleigh, Varleigh), Soms, and Wilts, priory (supp.), i. g. 621 (1, 14). 846 (52); ii. 850 (6).:— g. 496 (57).

Farley, Monkton (Mounctoneffarleigh), Wilts, ii. 850 (6).

Farley, —, i. g. 1081 (19 p. 523).

-, Ric., i. g. 465 (39 p. 215), 1081 (19 p. 523).

Farlynge, Thos., ii. g. 910 (77).

Farlyon, Thos., ii. g. 707 (50).

Farmborough (Farneborough, Faronborough), Soms., i. g. 846 (93 p. 428); ii. g. 496 (57).

Farnedale, Yorks. See Farndale.

Farmer (Fermer), —, i. g. 1335 (51 p. 670).

-, (Fermer), Alice, i. g. 282 (52 p. 129).

-, (Fermor, Fermour), Richard, attainted, i. p. 675; ii. g. 1068 (41).

-, (Fermer), Thos., i. g. 282 (52 p. 129).

-, (Fermer), Walt., i. g. 282 (52 p. 129).

-, (Fermour), Sir Wm., i. g. 622 (p. 315), 623 (p. 325); ii. g. 496 (20), 910 (82).

-, -, Katharine his wife, ii. g. 496 (20), 910 (82).

-, (Fermer, Fermoure), Wm., i. 557 (f. 44):— g. 465 (83), 622 (p. 313), 623 (pp. 322–3, 325).

Farmyngham, Kent. See Farningham.

Farnborough (Farneborowe, Farneburgh), Berks., i. g. 465 (1).

Farndale (Farmedale), Yorks., i. g. 465 (39 p. 215).

Farneborough, Soms. See Farmborough.

Farneham, Hants. See Fareham.

Farnehill. Warw. See Fern Hill.

Farnese, Alexander, Pope Paul III. q.v.

Farnese (Fernessy, Fernesius, Phernesius, Fornesius), Alexander, Cardinal, grandson of the preceding, eldest son of Pier Luigi, i. 316, 617, 650, 667 (p. 347), 682, 693, 751, 805–9, 850, 861, 870, 893, 897, 919, 959, 965, 990, 1017, 1058, 1070. 1093, 1132 (p. 559), 1216; ii. 19. 260, 289, 519, 567, 686, 690, 758, 790, 803, 806, 833, 839, 914–5, 979, 1028, 1048, 1065.

-, -, letters to, i. 897, 1017, 1070, 1216; ii. 260, 519, 567, 690, 758, 806, 839, 915, 1028, 1048, 1065.

Farnese, Constantia, daughter of Pier Luigi, ii. 848(?).

Farnese, Horatio, third son of Pier Luigi, in the French Court, i. 619.

Farnese, Octavio, duke of Camerino, prefect of Rome, second son of Pier Luigi, husband of Charles V.'s natural daughter Margaret, i. 650, 1058; ii. 287, 337, 379, 493 (p. 213).

Farnese, Pier Luigi, duke of Castro, son of Pope Paul III., ii. 193, 287–8, 379, 493 (p. 213).

Farnese, Victoria, daughter of Pier Luigi, to marry Fabricio Colonna, i. 805.

Farnham (Fernham, Farnam), Surr., letter dated at, i. 1082, 1173.

-, meeting of Privy Council at, i. 1182.

Farningham (Farmyngham), Kent, i. g. 1081 (58).

Farnold, John, i. 828.

Farnyhenst, in Scotland. See Fernyherst.

Faronboronghe, Soms. See Farmborough.

Farrande, Peter, i. g. 621 (12 p. 308).

Farre, Rog., i. g. 1335 (12 p. 659).

-, (Fer), Walter, receiver general of woods, and keeper of evidences of the Court of Augmentations, i. 557 (f. 50); ii. 478.

Farringdon (Faringdon Magma, Chepyng Faryngton), Berks., i. g. 620 (6); ii. g. 910 (21).

Farringdon (Faringdon), Parva, Berks., i. g. 620 (6).

Farrington (Faryngdon) or Faringdon, Hants, i. 583:— g. 1081 (24).

Farrour, Thos., i. g.,621 (12 p. 309).

Farthing, John, i. g. 846 (93).

-, Ric., i. g. 1081 (19 p. 523).

Farthingstone (Ferthingston), Ntht., ii. g. 496 (67).

Farway (Farewaye, Farewell), Devon, ii. 646:— g. 707 (32, 52 p. 330).

Fary, John, ii. g. 1068 (46).

Faryngdon, Hants. See Farrington.

Faryngton, Berks. See Farringdon.

Fast Castle, in Scotland, i. 385.

Fastolff, Bridget, ii. 1033.

Father, John, i. g. 1335 (11).

Fatherstanehagh, Kath., i. p. 685.

Faukenapultre alias Feckenapultre, Worc., ii. g. 910 (30).

Faulkborn (Falkeborne), Essex, i. g. 846 (93 p. 427).

Faunte (Fante), John, ii. g. 496 (44).

-, Wm, i. g. 622 (pp. 315, 319).

Fauntleroy, Rog., i. g. 465 (21).

Fauquembergues (Falkenberg), in the Boulonnois, i. 1036 ii.

Fauxe. See Vaux.

Faversham (Feversham, Fefersom), Kent, i. 1174 (2):— g. 465 (79); ii. 249 (2):— g. 266 (36), 496 (68 p. 232).

-, abbey (supp.), i. g. 465 (79); ii. g. 266 (36).

-, streets and places in (named), i. g. 465 (79).

Faversham (Fevorssham) hundred, Kent, i. 1334.

Fawcon. See Falcon.

Fawconers prebend, in Good Easter, Essex, i. g. 465 (94).

Fawcote, John, i. g. 846 (87 p. 426).

Fawcott (Falcot), Ntht., i. g. 1081 (36).

Fawdington, Yorks., i. g. 465 (39 p. 215), 1081 (28, 58).

Fawdon, Philip, i. 557 (f. 21).

Fawkemonte. See Valkenburg.

Fawkener. See Falconer.

Fawkes. See Vaux.

Fawlemouth, Cornw. See Falmouth.

Fawley (Falleye), Hants, ii. 263.

Fawley, John, ii. g. 496 (63).

Fawmouth. See Falmouth.

Fawthorpp, Brian, ii. g. 707 (30).

Fayde, Thos, i. g. 846 (87).

Fayer, Agnes, i. g. 1081 (19 p. 522).

Fayle, Thos., ii. g. 1068 (19 p. 536).

Fayre or Fayrey (Fareye, Fayry), Mrs., i. 119, 278, 795, 817, 873, 938; ii. 35, 760, 861.

-, -, her son. See White, A.

Fayrechyld, John, i. g. 1335 (51 p. 670)

Fayreclough, Chr., i. g. 846 (70).

-, Ric., i. g. 846(70).

-, Thos., i. g. 846 (70).

Fayreday, Walt., ii. g. 1068 (19 p. 536).

Feald, Ric., i. 1202 xii., xiv.

Fearysby, John, ii. 447.

Feathers as merchandise, i. 593, 1086, 1132, 1203, 1225.

Featherston (Fedderston), Yorks., i. g. 465 (55).

Featherstonehaugh (Federston Haw), Nthld., i. 466.

Fecamp (Feckham), in Normandy, ii. 174, 183.

Feckenapultre, Worc. See Faukenapultre.

Feckenham (Feckenam, Feoknam), Worc., ii. g. 496 (7), 910 (82).

Feckenham Forest, Worc., i. g. 1081 (49), 1335 (55 p. 672).

Fedderston, Yorks. See Featherstone.

Federston Haw, Nthld. See Featherstonehaugh.

Fedryk, Sigewalt, ii. 1035 (f. 23).

Feelde. See Field.

Fefersom. See Faversham.

Felche, Wm, i. g. 1335 (51).

Felcourte, Surr. See Fieldcourt.

Feld or Felde. See Field.

Felding. See Fielding.

Feliskirk (Felkirk), Yorks., i. g. 465 (39 pp. 215–6).

Felley, Notts., i. g. 465 (101).

-, priory (supp.), i. g. 465 (82), 1335 (55 p. 673); ii. g. 1068 (19 p. 536).

Felling, Dham., i. g. 125 (23).

Felmingham, Norf., i. g. 846 (19).

Felowe, Wm., i. g. 1081 (36).

Feltershawes, in Scotland, ii. 456 (2), 533 (p. 248).

Feltham. Midd., i. g. 846 (93 p. 427); ii. g. 1068 (52).

Felton Butler, Salop, ii. 850 (26).

Felton Nova, Nthld., i. g. 125 (23).

Felton Parva, Nthld., i. g. 125 (23).

Felton, John, i. g. 846 (59).

Feltwell (Feltewell), Midd., i. g. 1335 (36).

Fen. See Fenne.

Fenbye, John, i. g. 125 (31).

-, Wm., i. g. 1335 (12).

Fenitz. See Fenwick.

Fenne (at Fen,), Hugh, i. 102 iv.:— g. 620 (27), 1335 (44).

-, (or at Fen), John, dec, i. 102.

-, Robt., i. g. 846 (71).

Fenner (Fenour), John, i. g. 125 (2), 622 (p. 319), 623 (p. 324).

Fenningen (Pfenninger, Wemyngham), Chr. von, marshal of Wirtemberg, one of the Protestant ambassadors to France, ii. 48 (pp. 23–4), 239, 381, 417, 634.

-, -, letter from, ii. 634.

Fenny Drayton (Fenydrayton), Camb., ii. g. 1068 (46).

Fenour. See Fenner.

Fenrother, Wm., ii. g. 496 (63).

Fenshame, Agnes, ii. g. 1068 (46).

-, (Fensam), Hen., ii. g. 1068 (46).

-, (Fensam), John, ii. g. 1068 (46).

Fenton, Yorks., i. g. 465 (39).

Fenton, Robt., ii. g. 1068 (19 p. 536).

Fentyman, Eliz., i. g. 1081 (28).

-, Robt., i. g. 1081 (28).

Fenwick (Fenitz, Fenwyke), George, i. 1046 (2):— g. 125 (23).

-, (Fenwike), Gerard, i. g. 1081

-, (Fenitz), Sir Robt., i. 1046 (2).

Fenydrayton, Camb. See Fenny Drayton.

Fenys. See Fiennes.

Ferar or Ferare. See Ferrara.

Ferdinand ("Don Fernando"), king of the Romans and of Hungary, archduke of Austria, brother of Charles V., i. 9, 28, 40, 72 (p. 33), 84, 94, 143–4, 193, 211, 292, 315, 363, 335, 350 (p. 159), 351, 363, 374, 417, 427. 447, 461, 464, 473–4, 486, 493, 501, 514, 548, 571, 619 ("King of Hungary"), 630, 650, 652, 667–8, 693, 729, 735, 751, 792, 805–9, 850, 861, 870, 886, 918 (p. 453), 919, 990, 993, 1046–7, 1076, 1092, 1133, 1135, 1188, 1205 (pp. 599, 600), 1216, 1239, 1242, 1249–50,1263 (p. 627), 1292, 1319; ii. 18, 31, 45–6, 65, 233, 287, 493, 528, 594, 612, 667, 767, 830, 836, 848, 860, 893, 903 (p. 440), 914, 993, 1006, 1021, 1063.

-, -, letters from, 1.1076,1216; ii. 1021.

-, -, letters to, ii. 493, 993.

-, -, his daughter Elizabeth, wife of Sigismund Augustus, crown prince of Poland (died July 1545), i. 1133, 1136, 1242, 1249–50; ii. 11.

-, -, his daughter to marry the Duke of Cleves, i. 315.

-, -, his second daughter to marry the Duke of Orleans. See Charles.

-, -, his four eldest daughters (named), marriages for, i. 315.

-, -, his daughters, ii. 830, etc. See Edward, Prince.

-, -, his envoy to the Pope, i. 650.

-, -, Papal nuncio with, i. 1070.

-, -, his Queen (Anne of Bohemia), i. 1249; ii. 65.

-, -, his eldest son. See Maximilian.

-, -, his second son. See Ferdinand.

Ferdinand, Archduke, second son of King Ferdinand, i. 808, 1250; ii. 45–6, 245 (p. 108), 528.

-, -, to marry the Emperor's daughter, i. 211, 492.

-, -, to marry Jeanne d'Albret, i. 682 (p. 356).

Feries. See Ferris.

Ferlerd, Rol., i. g. 282 (19).

Fermer, Fermor, or Fermour. See Farmer.

Femam, Berks. See Fernham.

Fernandez, Luys, i. 459.

Fernando, Don. See Ferdinand, King.

Ferne abbey, in Scotland, i. 472.

-, abbot of. See Ross, bp. of.

Ferne, Patrick, i. 1118.

-, Wm, i. g. 621 (12 p. 310).

Fernefelde, Thos., ii. g. 1068 (19).

Fernehill, Thos., i. g. 465 (74).

Fernely, Wm., i. g. 624 (5).

Fernesy. See Farnese.

Fernham (Fernam), Berks., i. g. 624 (15).

Fern Hill (Farnehill), Warw., i. g 465 (75).

Fernoldes, Wm., ii. g. 496 (49).

Fernyherst (Farnyherst), in Scotland, letter dated at, i. 203.

Ferr. See Farr.

Ferrande, Ric., i. g. 621 (8).

Ferrara (Ferare), in Italy, i. 447 (p. 199), 602, 617, 650 (2).

Ferrara, Cardinal of. See Este, Ippolito de.

Ferrara (Ferar), Hercules d'Este duke of, i. 292. 447 (p. 199), 617, 1230; ii. 193, 774, 802.

-, -, his eldest son, i. 1230.

Ferrara, Alexander of, ii. 103.

Ferraro, Signor Giovandrea, i. 751.

Ferrers, Walter Devereux lord, i. g. 622 (pp. 312–3, 316–9), 623 (pp. 320–23); ii. 1029:— App. 13.

-, -, his son, ii. 824 ii.

Ferrers, Edw., ii. 418 (46):— g. 707 (13).

-, (Ferres), Sir Humph., i. g. 622 (p. 318), 623 (p. 323).

Ferriby (Ferybye), Linc., i. g. 1335 (12 pp. 658–9).

Ferriby, Yorks., priory (supp.), ii. g. 266 (23).

Ferriby, North-, Yorks., i. g. 622 (p. 314).

Ferriby, South- (Sowth Ferybye), Linc., i. g. 1335 (12).

Ferris, Benjamin, i. 1089.

-, (Feries), Ric., King's surgeon, ii. 1035 (f. 23) 1067 (35).

-, (Ferryes), Ric., i. g. 621 (12 p. 309).

-, Ferrour, Hen., i. g. 1081 (28).

-, Hugh, i. g. 465 (22 p. 212).

-, John, ii. g. 707 (38).

Ferrowe, John, i. g. 1335 (11 p. 657).

Ferrybridge (Ferybrydge), Yorks., i. g. 623 (p. 324); ii 191.

Ferthingston, Ntht. See Farthingstone.

Ferybye. See Ferriby.

Fessaunte, Jasper, i. g. 622 (p. 319).

Fesse. See Fez.

Fetherstonehaughe, Geoff., i. g. 1335 (11 p. 657).

Fetton or Fotton. in Scotland, ii. 456 (2). Qu. Fulton?

Fetyplace or Fetiplace, Edw., i. 557 (f. 44):— p. 678:— g. 465 (91), 622 (p. 318), 1335 (55); ii. g. 910 (82).

-, Eleanor, i. 557 (f. 6).

-, Eliz., ii. g. 910 (82).

-, John, ii. g. 910 (21).

-, Thos., i. 557 (f. 38).

-, Ursula, i. 557 (f. 6).

-, Walter, ii. g. 910(21).

-, Wm, ii. g. 910(21).

Feversham or Fevorssham. See Faversham.

Fewcot (Fewcottes), Oxon, i. g. 465 (47).

Fewler, Thos., i. g. 1081 (19 p. 523).

Fewren, —, i. 629.

Feyr, the. See Veere.

Feysy, Thos., i. g. 282 (40).

Fez (Fesse), in Morocco, the King of, i. 1214.

Fideler, John, i. g. 621 (12 p. 308).

Fidler, Ric., ii. g. 496 (7).

Field (Felde), Chr., i. p. 679.

-, (Felde), Hen., i. g. 465 (17).

-, (Feld), Humph., i. g. 125 (31).

-, (Felde), John, i. g. 465 (65).

-, (Felde), Nic., i. g. 846 (38).

-, (Feelde), Ric., i. 1202 (4).

Fieldcourt (Felcourte), Surr., near Lingfield, ii. g. 496 (26).

Field Dalling (Feldedallinge), Norf., i. g. 846 (71).

Fielding (Felding), Sir Wm., i. g. 622 (p. 318), 623 (p. 323).

Fiennes (Fynes, Fynez), in the Boulonnais, ii. 337, 925 (4).

-, Madame de. See Egmont.

Fiennes (Fynes), —, 1118.

-, (Fenys), Edw., lord Clinton, q.v.

-, (Fynes), Giles, i. g. 622 (p. 319), 623 (p. 324).

-, (Fenys), John, i. 102 iv.

-, (Fynes), Ric., i. g. 623 (p. 323);ii. g. 910 (82 p. 455).

-, (Fenys), Sir Robt., i. 102 iv.

-, Thomas, lord Dacre, q.v.

Fiesco, —, of Genoa, i. 510, 682 (p. 356).

Fife (Fyf Anguex), in Scotland, i. 385.

Fif.eld (Fyfelde, Fylde), Oxon, i. g. 846 (85), 1081 (36); ii. g. 1068 (52).

Figheldean (Fyghelden), Wilts, ii. 850 (6).

Figs, i. 371.

Figuerroa, Gomez de, Imperial ambassador at Genoa, letter to, i. 530.

Filing, Yorks., i. g. 465 (39 p. 215).

Filkins, Thos., i. g. 621 (12).

Filkinson, Hugh, ii. 1035 (f. 27).

Fillingham, Linc., ii. g. 707 (14), 1068 (19 pp. 535, 537–8).

Fillipps. See Philips.

Filmer Wood, Glouc., i. g. 846 (65).

Filpe. See Philpe.

Filpott. See Philpott.

Filton, Glouc., i. g. 1335 (11).

Finch Dean hundred, Hants, ii. 263.

Finche, Edm., i. 1083, 1140.

-, Herbert, i. g. 623 (p. 324).

-, John, i. 1118:— g. 465 (79), 621 (8); ii. 1035 (f. 27):— g. 1068 (19 p. 537).

-, Sir Wm, i. 435, 672 (2):— g. 622 (p. 316), 623 (pp. 321, 324, 326).

-, Wm., i. g. 465 (101), 622 (p. 315).

Finchingfield, Essex, ii. 902.

Finchley (Fyncheley) Wood, Midd., i. 853.

Fines, Thomas. See Fiennes.

Fineshade (Fynneshede, Fynes Heade), Ntht., i. g. 846 (93 p. 427).

-, priory (supp.), i. g. 465 (22), 846 (93 p. 427), 1335 (21).

Finglos or Englos, Francis, captain in the Navy, ii. 3, 16.

Finningley, Notts., i. g. 623 (p. 324); ii. g. 1068 (33).

Fippes. See Phipps.

Firby (Fowreby), Yorks., i. g. 465 (39 p. 215).

Firle (Firley), Suss., Sir John Gage's house, i. 1277; ii. 974.

First Fruits and Tenths, Court of, i. 703; ii. 706 (60), 729, 769, 909 (55), 924:— g. 1068(28).

-, -, auditor, i. v. 621 (13).

-, -, chancellor. See Baker, Sir J.

Firton, Thos., ii. App. 2 (2 iv.).

Fish and fishing, i. 70 (p. 32), 441, 881, 1311; ii. 190, 251, 1010.

-, buying at sea, ii. 850 (30).

-, tithes of, i. g. 465 (25).

bream, i. 441.

congers, i. 441.

eels, i. 441.

greenfish, ii. App. 8.

gurnard, i. 441.

haberdyne, ii. App. 8.

herring, white and red, i. 7 (p. 3), 43, 54, 65, 92, 96, 104 (p. 48), 107, 147–8, 168, 239, 259, 261–2, 268, 305, 329 (3), 426 (p. 192), 556, 711, 825, 854, 914, 930, 958, 981–2, 996, 1099, 1122–3, 1194, 1202 iii., 1265, 1316; ii. 36, 111, 200 (4), 231, 318–9, 333, 362 (p. 162), 387, 416, 448, 470, 492, 605, 858, 928, 957, 962, 971, 993, 1025:— App. 8.

lamprey pies, i. 441.

ling, ii. App. 8.

pike, i. 441.

powdered cod, i. 1023.

salmon, i. 189 (p. 84).

salt fish or stockfish, i. 92, 259 (2), 441, 557 (f. 57), 612, 770; ii. 200 (4):— App. 8.

smelts, i. 441.

sprats (sprottes), i. 262: ii. App. 8.

stockfish. See above, saltfish,

sturgeon, i. 590, 749, 1158.

whiting, i. 441.

Fish (Fysshe), Thos., i. g. 1335 (51).

-, (Fisshe), Wm, i. g. 621 (12 p. 308).

Fishborne (Fyssheborne), Ralph, ii. g. 707 (14).

Fishbourne, Old-, Hants, i. 124 ii.

Fishepoole, Thos., i. g. 620 (8 p. 300).

Fisher or Fyssher, Mr., i. 704.

-, Chr., i. g. 1081 (19 p. 522).

-, (Fyssher), Gilbert, i. g. 1335 (27).

-, Hen., i. 769:— g. 1081 (19 p. 522).

-, John, clk., warden of the College of St. Mary Ottery, ii. 706 (60).

-, John, clk., canon of Warwick, i. g. 465 (67).

-, John, i. pp. 678, 681:— g. 465 (22, 39 p. 215, 101 p. 229), 621 (12 p. 310), 624 (3), 846 (11, 93 p. 428), 1335 (11 pp. 656–7, 13, 37, 51, 53); ii. g 496 (12), 707 (14).

-, Kath., i. g. 465 (39 p. 215).

-, Sir Mich., i. g. 622 (pp. 312–3, 315), 623 (pp. 320–2); ii. g. 1068 (50).

-, Ranulph, i. p. 681.

-, Ric., i. g. 621 (12 p. 309), 846 (63), 1335 (12, 34); ii. 1035 (f. 20).

-, (Fyscher), Thos., i. 333:— g. 620 (8, 53), 1335 (7).

Fisherton Anger. See under Salisbury. Fitton or Fytton, Sir Edw., i 538 (p. 255):— g. 622 (p. 316).

-, Jankyn, i. p. 683.

-, (Fytten), Nic, i. g. 622 (p. 317), 1081 (22); ii. 706 (52).

-, Randolph, i. p. 683.

Fitz (Fyttes), Salop, ii g. 1068 (42).

Fitz Alan, Katharine, ii. g. 1068 (37).

-, William, earl of Arundel, q.v.

Fitzgerald, Gerald, "Young Gerald," "Young Garrot," "Young Garralde," younger son of the 9th earl of Kildare, an exile, i. 273, 519–20, 665.

Fitzgerald, Lady Eleanor, sister of the 9th earl of Kildare, i. 653, 665, 865; ii. 98.

-, -, letter from, i. 653.

-, James, earl of Desmond, q.v.

Fitzherbert, Bridget, i. 557 (f. 5).

-, (Fitzharbert), Michael, ii. 706 (16).

Fitzhugh (Fythhugh), Thos., i. 557 (f. 46):— g. 622 (pp. 312–3, 315, 318), 623 (pp. 319–22).

Fitzjames, Aldred. i. g. 622 (p. 317), 623 (p. 321).

-, Nic., sheriff of Somerset and Dorset (1545–6), i. g. 622 (p. 317), 623 (pp. 321, 326); ii. 186:— g. 910 (52).

Fitzjeffrey, Eliz., i. g. 846 (93 p. 428).

-, Fras., i. g. 846 (93 p. 428).

-, John, i. g. 465 (99), 846 (93 p. 428).

Fitzroy, Henry, duke of Richmond, q.v.

Fitzwilliam (Fitzwilliams), Eliz., i. g. 282(41).

-, (Fitzwilliams), Francis, ii. g. 910 (82 p. 455).

-, (Fitzwilliams), Sir George, ii. g. 1068 (19 p. 537).

-, (Fitzwilliams), John, i. g. 282 (41)

-, Nic., i. g. 465(55).

-, Sir Wm., earl of Southampton, q.v.

-, Wm., ii. 418 (5).

Flamborough (Flambrowghe), Yorks., ii. 753.

Flamborough Head (Flamebrough Hedde), Yorks., i. 189.

Flamebrough. See Flamborough.

Flammock, Sir Andrew, porter of Boulogne, i. 1123:— g. 623 (p. 323); ii. 162, 170, 200, 226, 929.

-, -, signature ("A.F."), i. 1123; ii. 162, 170, 200, 226.

-, (Flammoke), Andrew, i. g. 622 (p. 318).

-, (Flammake), Gilbert, letter to, i. 251.

-, Hen., i. g. 621 (12).

Flanders and the Low Countries ("Nether Parts," the Netherlanders), or Netherlands, i. 7 p. 5), 12, 13, 64, 75–6, 92, 148, 154, 211, 215 (4, 5), 229, . 256, 302 (p. 136), 350 (p. 159). 352, 354, 356, 363, 368, 371–2, 406, 449, 461, 463–4, 544, 557 (ff. 58, 60–1), 593, 598, 633, 652, 673, 682 (p. 356), 689, 732, 746, 749, 780, 782, 813, 816, 818, 825 (p. 407), 829, 840, 843, 848, 850, 854, 871–2, 908, 916, 918, 919, 922, 933, 984, 1023, 1034–6, 1069, 1073, 1080, 1092, 1123, 1132 (p. 558). 1135, 1149, 1158, 1182, 1186 (2) 1202, 1219, 1233–4 1262, 1266–7, 1315; ii. 15, 19, 22, 31, 46, 55–6, 66, 69, 84, 122, 132, 140, 145 (p. 64), 146, 178, 184, 226, 233, 243, 245, 257, 262, 289, 297 (p. 137), 310–11, 331–3, 351, 356, 366, 380, 386, 393, 409, 431, 436, 488, 547, 561 (p. 262), 615, 667, 678, 691, 733 (p. 345) 737, 763–4. 771, 787, 798, 801, 830, 875 (p. 427), 941 (p. 470), 945, 971, 985, 993, 1009, 1012–3, 1044, 1048.

Admiral of. See Beures, sieur de.

Ambassadors in. See under Mary of Hungary.

Arrest of English ships and merchants' goods, i. 9, 21–5 30–4, 36, 41, 43–4, 46, 54, 65, 70 (pp. 31–2), 71–3, 75, 84, 92–6, 103–4, 108–9, 118–119, 137, 143, 145–8, 150, 156, 163–4, 168, 171, 188, 191–2, 194–9. 211, 223, 227, 229 (p. 100), 232, 238–9, 241–2, 245, 260–1, 275, 278, 281, 290, 302 (p. 136), 304–5, 310, 326, 329, 331, 334, 352, 367, 372–3, 397, 402, 406, 415, 425 passim, 448. 494–6, ,550, 590 (2), 593, 609, 619 (p. 297), 655 (p. 341), 825 (p. 407), 852, 854–5, 922 (p. 455), 980, 1015, 1053, 1087, 1112, 1124, 1215, 1263 (p. 627); ii. 561 (p. 261).

-, agreement signed by Chapuys and Vander Delft, i. 43, 54 (p. 26), 72–3, 104, 107, 143, 148, 302 (p. 137), 689.

-, draft agreement touching, i. 329 (4).

-, the release (agreement or treaty at Brussels made by Paget and others), i. 494, 576, 585, 619 (p. 297), 854, 872, 915–6, 922, 927, 942, 984 (pp. 478–9), 988–9, 1015, 1033–4, 1053, 1132, 1180, 1197, 1202 passim, 1203, 1238, 1261; ii. 928, 971.

-, a new arrest threatened, i. 992, 1034–6, 1045. 1099, 1112, 1115–6, 1125, 1154, 1158, 1199, 1214.

Council of, i. 46, 103, 145, 192, 345 (p. 157), 353, 473–4, 503, 542, 709, 1248; ii. 155, 245 (p. 108).

-, president of. See Schore, L.

-, secretary, letter to, i. 353.

Court of, i. 30, 65, 72. 84, 94, 96, 1125; ii. 245 (p. 108), 297, 380, 388.

English financial agent in. See Vaughan, S.

English merchants in (see also Antwerp), "Compendium vectigalium" paid by them, i. 494 (7, 8).

-, grievances, i. 655, 709, 759–60, 764, 771, 825, 829, 1109; ii. 826, 906–7.

-, -, general statement. &c.; i. 1202 vii., ix., xi., xvi., xviii., xx., liv., lvi., lviii., lxi., lxiv., 2 xiv., xv.-xvii.; ii. 907.

-, imposts of 1 per cent, ("the 100th"), i. 655, 771, 825 (p. 407), 1109, 1202 vii. etc.; ii. 826, 906 (9).

-, impost of 5 per cent., i. 825 (p. 407), 1109, 1202 vii., etc.: ii. 906 (9).

-, payments, i. 1202 (1 viii., x., xxvi., lv., lvii., lix., 2 xvi.).

-, restraint of harness, etc., i. 825 (p. 407), 1202 vii., etc.

Fishermen, i. 33–4, 854.

French hostages in, for the treaty of Crépy, q.v.

Grand Esquire. See Boussu, Comte de.

Great Master. See Roeulx, Comte de.

Heretics (Lutherans) in, i. 9, 632 (p. 332), 684.

Inquisition in, i. 1233.

Regent of. See Mary.

Restraint of victuals, i. 92, 177, 302 (p. 136), 720, 805; ii. 32, 971.

Safeconducts or passports asked for passage of soldiers and munitions, i. 54 (p. 26), 70, 104, 107–8, 147–8, 168, 191 (pp. 84–5), 192, 227 (p. 98), 229–31, 239, 260–1, 302 (p. 136), 304–5, 334, 375, 461, 587, 632, 652, 689, 694, 780, 805, 807, 922, 1086, 1149, 1215 (p. 606), 1225, 1233, 1239, 1248, 1250, 1292 (p. 639), 1300; ii. 32, 332, 337, 348–9, 362, 410, 459, 748, 830.

Safeconducts or freedom for trade into France ("the traffic"), i. 7 (p. 3), 367, 406 (pp. 181–2), 424, 425 (pp. 187–9), 448, 498, 711, 996, 1202 iii.; ii. 341.

Safeconducts for Scotch traders, i. 598.

Supplies (waggons,horses, lymoners, etc.) furnished to the English army in 1544, i. 7 (p. 5), 46–7, 70, 1292; ii. 132.

Treaties of intercourse with, i. 33–4, 544 (p. 258), 545, 632, 655, 709, 1025, 1109, 1168, 1186, 1202 (pp. 585, 587, 593); ii. 337, 802, 826, 906, 937.

Treaties with Scotland i. 372. See under Scotland.

Flax, sowing of, ii. 850 (30).

Flechehampsted, Warw. See Fletchamsted.

Flecher. See Fletcher.

Fleckney (Flekney), Leic, i. g. 846 (45).

Flecton, —, ii. App. 6.

-, Thos., i. 262, 278; ii. 660, 842, 939.

Fleet (Flete), Linc, ii. g. 1068 (19 p. 535, 538).

Fleet Marston (Fleter Merston), Bucks, ii. g. 496 (56), 1068 (52).

Flekney, Leic. See Fleckney.

Flemby or Flemebye, Cumb. See Flimby.

Fleming, Malcolm lord, Scottish prisoner, i. 132, 210 (2), 887, 913, 1027, 1039,1049,1054, 1059,1063, 1075, 1274; ii. 534, 1009.

Fleming (Flemmyng), Chr., ii. g. 1068 (49).

-, (Flemminges, Flemming), Fras., lieutenant general of the Ordnance, i 746, 803, 997, 1176:— g. 620 (10); ii. 326, 387, 1010.

-, John, serjeant at arms, ii. g. 1068 (4).

-, (Flemmyng), John, ii. 1068 (49).

Flemings in England, and their grievances, i. 240–1, 261, 544 (p. 258), 643, 655, 709, 746, 749, 759–60 803, 825–6, 829, 854, 986, 1109 1202, 1241, 1263 (p. 627); ii. 117 483, 906, 977.

(general grievances), i. 1202 (1 i. xvi., xvii., xxix., xxxiii., xxxvii. xxxviii., xli., liv., 2i., iii., xxiii., 5); ii. App. 25.

(capitage), i. 709, 746, 761, 825, 1202.

(lighterage), i. 709, 746, 761, 825, 854, 1202 i.

(scavage), i. 544 (p. 258), 1202 i., v., xxi., 1241, 1265; ii. App. 25.

"compendium vectigalium" paid by strangers, i. 1202 xxxvi.

Flemish soldiers (Netherlands), i. 229–30.

Flemming or Flemmynges. See Fleming.

Flemmyngston, co. Glamorgan, ii. g. 1068 (49).

Flesh on fast days, ii. 919.

Flesher, —, ii. 683.

Fletchamstead (Flechehampsted), Warw. i., g. 282 (45, 52 p. 129).

Fletcher (Flecher), —, ii. App. 43 (26, 28).

-, —, widow, i. g. 1081 (19 p. 522).

-, Barth., i. g. 621 (12 p. 309).

-, John, of Rye, i. 1311; ii. 2, 27 (2), 951.

-, John, i. g. 1335 (28).

-, (Flecher), Ric., i. g. 620 (8 p. 300), 623 (p. 325), 846 (71); ii. 88.

-, Thos., i. g. 1335(51 p. 670); ii. 88:— g. 910(4).

Flete, Linc. See Fleet.

Fleter Merston, Bucks. See Fleet Marston.

Fletewood, Edw., i. g. 846 (70).

-, (Fletwood), John, i. 557 (ff. 26, 37):— g. 1081 (40).

-, Thos., one of the tellers of the Mint in the Tower, i. g. 620 (25).

-, Thos., i. 557 (f. 27); ii. App. 13.

Fleurus (Flurus, Flewrence, Florie), near Namur, ii. 605 (p. 279).

-, letter dated at, ii. 587.

Fleurence. See Fleurus.

Flewryn. See Florennes.

Flimby (Flemby, Flemebye), Cumb., i. p. 676:— g. 1335 (27).

Flint. See Flintshire.

Flinte, John, i. 533.

-, Ric., ii. g. 1068 (46).

-, Wm, i. g. 1335 (12).

Flintham, Notts, i. 534:— g. 1335 (46); ii. g. 1068 (33).

Flintshire, ii. App. 4 (3).

-, (and Cheshire), comptroller of, i. g. 621 (13).

-, (and Cheshire), justice of, i. g. 846 (67). See Hare, Sir N.; Townsend, R.

-, escheator of, i. g. 125 (3); ii. g. 910 (13).

-, sheriff (1545–6). See Edwards, J.

Flissinge. See Flushing.

Flitcham, Norf., ii. 824 ii.

Flixborough (Flixburgh), Linc., i. g. 465 (63).

Flixton, Suff., ii. g. 910 (82 p. 455).

-, priory (supp.), ii. g. 266 (28); ii. g. 910 (82 p. 455).

Flocke, Agnes, i. g. 620 (8).

Flodgatts farm, Norf., ii. 1023.

Floors (Floures), in Scotland, ii. 456 (2), 533 (p. 247).

Florence (and Florentines), in Italy, i. 172, 240, 316, 712, 761, 825, 854, 949, 980, 1015, 1045, 1066, 1181, 1202 iii., 1256; ii. 103, 289, 510.

-, letter dated at, i. 894.

-, palace Podii Cajoni. ii. 76.

Florence, General Council of (a.d. 1439), ii. 895.

Florence, duke of. See Medici, Cosmo de.

Florence, John, i. g. 846 (71).

Florennes (Flewryn, Florines), town and abbey in Luxemburg, ii. 585, 766, 954 (2).

-, letters dated at, ii. 636–7, 650, 656, 678–81, 689.

-, abbot of, ii. 679.

Florennes (Florines), Mons, de, ii. 605 (p. 280), 636.

Florentines. See Florence; also Guidotti.

Florie. See Fleurus.

Florines. See Florennes.

Flossing See Flushing.

Floures, in Scotland. See Floors.

Floyd, Edw., ii. App. 2 (2 iv.).

Fluell, Thos., i. 828.

Flurus. See Fleurus.

Flushing (Flossing, Flissinge, Flisshing, Vlissinghe), in Zealand), i. 345 (p. 157), 352, 590, 609, 692, 696 (2), 769, 817, 1162 (2). 1311; ii. 167, 204, 249 (2), 387:— g. 1068(36):— App. 27 iii.

Flynton, Wm., i. g. 465 (22).

Focker, Fockers. See Fugger, Fuggers.

Fodrynghaie, Ntht. See Fotheringhay.

Foele, Chr., ii. 660.

Fogge, in Scotland. See Fowga.

Fogge, Sir John, sheriff of Kent (1544–5) i. 1140:— g. 623 (p. 324).

-, John, i. g. 622 (p. 316).

Fogo (Fowga), in Scotland, ii. 456 (p. 199), 533 (p. 248).

Fogo (Fowge, Fowga), Rig and Bank, ii. 456 (p. 199), 533 (p. 248).

Foker. See Fugger.

Fokyns, Wm, ii. g. 707 (50).

Folambray. See Folembray.

Folansby, Dham., i. g. 125 (23).

Folembray or Folambray, in France, letters dated at, ii. 703, 718:— App. 33.

Foleshill (Folxhull), beside Coventry, i. g. 1335 (39); ii. g. 496 (34).

Foljambe (Fuljambe), Sir Godfrey, i. g. 465 (72).

-, Godfrey, i. g. 465 (45).

-,(Fuljam), Isabella, i. g. 465 (72).

-, (Fuljambe), Sir Jas., i. g. 622 (p. 316), 623 (pp. 323, 325).

-,John, i. g. 621 (12 p. 309).

-, (Fulgeam), Ric., i. 307.

-, (Fuljam), Wm., i. g. 465 (72).

Folkard, Robt., i. 1041.

Folkestone (Fulkeston) ,Kent, i. 672 (2); ii. g. 1068 (52).

Folkyngham, John, i. g. 1335 (12).

Folxhull, Warw. See Foleshill.

Folyatt, Fras., i. g. 1335 (37, 55 p. 673).

-, John, i. g. 1335(37).

Fomerden, in Scotland. See Foumartdean.

Fonehope, Heref. See Fownhope.

Fontainebleau (Fontayne Blewe, Founteyn la Beau), in France, i. 202 (2), 619 (p. 297), 925, 1080.

-, letter dated at, i. 11.

Fontenay or Fontanay (Fontanye, Founteneyre), Francis de, sieur de St. Remy, q. v.

-, John de, sieur de Bertheville, q. v.

Fontmell (Fountnell Fountemell), Dors., i. p. 677:— g. 1335 (17).

Foorde. See Ford.

Fopson, John, a Dutchman, i. 997.

Forbes (Forbows), —. a Scot, i. 1040.

Forcyll, East (Estforcyll), Dors., ii. g. 1068 (46).

Ford (Fourde), Devon (now in Dorsetshire), abbey (supp.), i. p. 680:— g. 620 (4, 51), 1335 (18); ii. g. 266 (9, 16).

Ford (Fourde), Nthld., ii. 400, 683.

Ford, Edm., ii. 263.

-, (Foorde), Wm., i. 557 (f. .53).

Fordham (Bigging priory), Camb. (supp.), i. 557 (f. 17).

-, -, prior. See Baynton, W.

Fordwich (Fordewiche), Kent, i. p. 683.

Foreman. See Forman.

Forest (Forreste), Miles, i. g. 622 (pp. 314–5, 318), 623 (p. 322), 1081 (58).

-, Oliver, i. g. 1335 (51).

-, Thos., ii. g. 266 (35).

-, Wm., i. g. 1081 (19 p. 523).

Forest Hill (Forstlhill), Oxon., ii. g. 1068 (50).

Forfeited wares, ii. 418 (323, 69).

Forli (Furli), .in Italy, i. 650 (2).

Forman (Foreman), Edw., i. g. 1335 (11).

-, Geo., i. 557 (f. 46).

-, John, master mason of Berwick, i. 359–60.

-, John, ii. g. 707 (50).

-, Thos., i. g. 1335 (12).

-, Sir Wm., alderman of London, i. 587, 825 (p. 407), 997, 1006, 1044, 1202 xiv., 1256:— g. 622 (p. 314); ii. 842.

Forme, Ph., i. g. 620 (8 p. 300).

Formes, M. de, Marillac's cousin, ii. 245 (p. 108), 442.

Formestran, Nic. and Jas., and their company, i. 1186 (2).

Fornesius. See Farnese.

Forres, in Scotland, i. 875.

Forreste. See Forest.

Forsett, Edw., i. g. 622 (p. 317).

Foreman, John, i. 856.

Forster. See Foster.

Forsthill, Oxon. See Forest Hill.

Fortescue, Ant., ii. 562.

-, Barth., i. g. 622 (pp. 312, 314, 317 bis), 623 (pp. 320–1); ii. g. 910 (52).

-, Lewis, baron of the Exchequer, i. g. 622 (pp. 312, 314, 317), 623 (p. 320–1).

-, (Foscue), Nic, ii. g. 910 (61):— App. 2 (1, 2 vi.).

Forth, the firth of (the "Fright," "the Fyrth,"), in Scotland, i. 187 (2), 189 (p. 84), 338, 355, 382, 717 (p. 371), 837; ii. 414.

Forthe, Wm., ii. g. 266 (12).

Fortini (Fortingey, Fortino), Bart. Cherubini de, a Florentine, ii. 76, 134, 596, 706 (36).

Forton, Peter, ii. g. 910 (77).

Foscote, Wm., i. g. 1081 (24).

Foscott, John, i. g. 620 (8 p. 300).

Foscue. See Fortescue.

Foskymme, Wm., i. g. 465 (14).

Fossarte, Hans, i. 908.

Fosse nunnery (supp.), in Torksey parish, Linc., i. g. 465 (22 p. 212).

Fosse, the, between Havre and Harfleur, i. 987.

Foster or Forster, —, ii. 633 (p. 291).

-, Ant., i. g. 621 (7), 846 (82); ii. g. 1068 (52).

-, Bridget, i. p. 678.

-, Edm., i. g. 620 (8).

-, Geo., i. g. 465(63).

-, Gerard, i. g. 282 (47); ii. g. 707 (52 p. 330).

-, Giles, i. g. 846 (93 p. 427).

-, Hen., i. g. 620 (8).

-, Hugh, ii. g. 910 (82 p. 456).

-, Sir Humph., sheriff of Oxon. and Berks (1545–6), i. g. 622 (p. 313), 623 (pp. 320–1, 325); ii. g. 910 (52):—App. 2 (1. 2 vi.).

-, John, laird of Galashiels (Gamylshelles), i. 174.

-, John, i. 557 (f. 9):— g. 282 (47), 465 (63, 73), 1081 (19), 1335 (55 p. 672); ii. g. 707 (44).

-, Laur., i. 960.

-, Margery, i. g. 1335 (37, 55 p. 673).

-, Mary, i. g. 1335 (37, 55 p. 673).

-, Ric., i. p. 678:— g. 282 (19), 846 (93).

-, Thomas, taken prisoner by the Scots, i. 834, 857 (1, 3), 976, 1046 (2), 1106, 1178; ii. 216.

-, -, instructions for, i. 857 (3).

-, -, report by, i. 1106.

-, -, his "taker" in Scotland. See Lawson, J.

-, Thos., i. g. 620 (8); ii. g. 266 (23), 496 (29).

-, Sir Wm., i. g. 622 (p. 318).

-, Wm., i. 1118:— g. 622 (p. 318), 623 (pp. 320–2), 1081 (19 p. 523), 1335 (37, 55 p. 673).

Fosterley, Dham. See Frosterley.

Fotherby, Dr., Chancellor of Lincoln, ii. 854.

Fotheringhay (Fodrynghaie), Ntht., i. 904.

-, College of, i. 1258; ii. g. 496 (14).

Fothringam, George, ii. 275.

Fotton, in Scotland. See Felton.

Foucquers. See Fuggers.

Foughlerton or Foughterton, Hants. See Fullerton.

Fouguion, Mdlle de, i. 213.

Foulberye. See Fowbery.

Foulis, Hen., ii. 913.

-, James, of Colintoun, clerk register of Scotland, i. 875, 1027, 1039, 1063, 1163, 1274; ii. 194, 275, 330, 469, 499, 500, 534, 701, 711, 913, 1008–9.

Foulkers. See Fuggers.

Foulness Head (Fulneshed), Essex, i. g. 622 (p. 314).

Foumartdean (Fomerden, Fowmerden), in Scotland, ii. 456 (2), 533 (p. 248).

Fountains (Fountaunce) abbey (supp.), Yorks., i. pp. 673, 679, 680:— g. 465 (26, 55), 846 (87, 93 pp. 427–8), 1081 (19 p. 524).

Fountains (Fowntawnce), Geoff., i. p. 676.

Founteney, M. de. See Bertheville.

-, Peter, i. g. 282 (37).

Founteneyre. See Fontenay.

Founteyn la Beau. See Fontainebleau.

Fountnell, Dors. See Fontmell.

Fourde, Devon. See Ford.

Fourde, Nthld. See Ford.

Fourth, Thos., i. g. 1335 (11 p. 657).

Fourthe, Wm., ii. g. 910 (4).

Fowberye (Foulberye), John, i. 559.

-, (Fowberie, Fowbere), Laur., ship captain, i. 135, 141, 658.

Fowey (Fowee, Foye, Fowye), Cornw., I. 26, 856; ii. 17, 190:— g. 496 (6, 32).

-, mayor of, i. 694.

Fowga (Fogga), in Scotland, ii. 633 (p. 291).

Fowge, in Scotland. See Fogo.

Fowgler, John, i. 1011.

Fowke, Jas., i. g. 620 (8).

-, Roger, i. g. 846 (59); ii. 1033.

Fowkers. See Fuggers.

Fowkes (Fowlkys), Kent, i. g. 282 (52).

Fowkys, John, i. g. 465 (63).

Fowle, Barth., prior of St. Mary Overey, i. 557 (f. 8).

Fowler, John, i. g. 620 (8 p. 300).

-, Peter, i. g. 1335 (12 p. 659).

-, Ric., i. g. 465 (101 p. 229), 620 (8 p. 300).

-, Rog., i. g. 465 (16, 82).

-, Thomas, receiver of Marke and Oye (till 1545), ii. g. 910 (44).

-, Thos., i. g. 622 (p. 318), 623 (p. 323), 1081 (49, 58), 1335 (55 p. 672).

-, Wm., i. 1142 (2).

Fowlkys, Kent. See Fowkes.

Fowlmerston. See Fulmerston.

Fowmerden, in Scotland. See Foumartdean.

Fownhope (Fonehope), Heref., ii. g. 496 (13).

Fowntaunce. See Fountains.

Fowreby, Yorks. See Firby.

Foxe or Fox, Chr., i. g. 1081 (12).

-, Dr. Edward, bp. of Hereford (died in 1538), i. 918.

-, Hen., i. g. 846 (38, 87); ii. g. 266 (7), 496 (7).

-, Jas., i. g. 623 (pp. 323, 325).

-, Joan, ii. g. 1068 (19).

-, John, i. g. 282 (52), 465 (63), 621 (12 p. 310); ii. g. 496 (44), 910 (4).

-, Laur., i. 1202 xiv.

-, Nic, i. g. 620 (8).

-, Richard, bp. of Winchester (a.d. 1505), i. 1241.

-, Ric., i. g. 621 (12 p. 309), 1081 (19 p. 523).

-, Steph., i. g. 465 (39 p. 215).

-, Thos., i. g. 465 (21, 82), 1335 (11).

-, Wm, i. g. 465 (101), 1081 (19 p. 522).

Foxearth (Foxhade, Foxled), Essex, i. g. 125 (2).

Foxeley. See Foxley.

Foxelwist, Joan, i. 557 (f. 17).

Foxer, John, i. g. 465 (39 p. 215).

Foxes in St. John's Wood, ii. 733 (p. 346).

Foxhade, Essex. See Foxearth.

Foxhall (Foxall), Suff., i. g. 465 (58); ii. g. 496 (68 p. 231).

Foxholle or Foxhole, Rog., ii. g. 1068 (41).

Foxled, Essex. See Foxearth.

Foxley (Foxeley), Heref., i. g. 1335 (11 p. 657).

Foxley, Eliz., ii. g. 496 (34).

-, (Foxeley), Ralph, i. g. 846 (93).

-, Robt., i. g. 465(55); ii. 1035 (f. 30).

Foxton, Camb., i. 557 (f. 55); ii. g. 707 (52).

Foye, Cornw. See Fowey.

Framfield (Framfyld), Suss., i. 333: —1335 (31).

-, rector. See Leffe, J.

Framlingham, Suff., i. 1051.

Framlyngham, Fras., i. g. 1081 (51).

Framozelles (Framoiselles) or Framezelle, R. de, i. 7 (p. 4), 1197 (p. 583).

Frampton, Linc., i. 400.

France, and the French:

-, Country, i. 5, 64, 107, 147, 150, 169, 217, 240–1, 261, 268, 281 (p. 120), 296, 305, 329, 332, 338, 345, 372, 424, 425 (p. 188), 428, 463. 477, 508, 521, 588 (p. 285), 590–1, 593, 632, 647, 664, 692, 711, 720, 725, 732, 791, 797, 807, 872, 881, 893, 914, 922, 933, 942, 958, 980–1, 987, 989, 1015, 1024, 1053. 1080, 1102, 1105, 1109, 1202 (7), 1215, 1247, 1292–3; ii. 18, 67, 132, 149, 179, 204, 229, 233 (p. 103), 308, 334, 337, 339, 351, 403, 417, 421, 423, 431, 436, 459, 474. 487, 519 535 642, 654, 680, 730 (p. 340) 737, 740, 748, 774, 803, 877, 928, 971–2, 987, 993, 1010, 1013, 1015, 1020, 1028, 1030, 1034, 1045, 1048 1050.

-, Government (French king, Frenchmen), i. 5. 6, 7 passim, 11, 12, 13, 16, 17, 28, 36, 45, 48, 54, 56, 64–5, 70 (pp. 31–2), 71, 72 (p. 33), 73–5, 80, 87, 90, 91 (p. 41), 94, 104–5, 121, 138, 143, 146 (2), 147–8, 153, 158–9, 174, 180, 188, 191–3, 202 (2), 214, 217, 227, 229 (p. 100), 230, 239 (p. 103), 240–2, 250, 261, 269, 273–4, 292, 296, 302, 304, 323–4, 329, 334, 337, 342, 345, 350 (p. 159), 352. 361–2, 367, 370, 372 (pp. 168–9), 374, 388, 406, 425–6, 428, 447–8, 451, 457–8, 461, 463 (p. 207). 473–4, 486–7, 495, 499, 501, 513, 519, 522, 530, 535, 538, 539, 544–5, 552, 557 (ff. 53–6), 578, 585, 588, 626 (2), 632 (p. 332), 652 (p. 339), 664–5, 667 (pp. 346–7), 668, 677 (2), 681–2, 689, 707, 709, 735, 751–2, 767, 792, 794, 804, 805 (p. 398), 806–8, 810, 825, (p. 407), 827, 854, 886, 895–6, 909 (2), 915–6, 918–9, 922, 930–1, 937, 942, 959, 965, 980, 982–4, 989, 1008–9, 1018, 1025–6, 1033, 1036 ii., 1045–6. 1049, 1053, 1056, 1058, 1066–8, 1073–4, 1086, 1092, 1106 (p. 544), 1109, 1113, 1125, 1132, (pp. 557–9), 1135, 1143, 1149, 1151, 1158, 1172, 1178, 1184, 1197 (p. 583), 1202–1., 1203–5, 1207, 1214, 1225, 1230, 1233, 1238–40, 1242, 1248, 1253, 1257, 1263, 1267, 1280, 1288, 1292–3, 1299, 1300, 1315–7:— g. 125 (5), 621 (4, 9), 623 (p. 324); ii. 10 (2), 11, 18, 19. 20, 31, 45, 48, 55–6, 67–9, 77, 90, 95, 102, 120, 123, 131, 133, 144, 164–5, 169, 174, 178, 180, 192–3, 200, 225, 234, 239, 245, 251, 257, 283–4, 287–8, 294, 297, 310, 331–2, 334, 337, 342–3, 351–2, 376, 379, 381, 385, 399, 417, 418 (24), 431, 437, 442, 448, 460, 468, 487, 491, 517, 519, 526, 533 (p. 247), 537, 541–2, 547, 560–1, 563–4, 578, 585, 589, 598, 612, 616, 642–3, 677, 695, 704, 714, 724–5, 727, 730, 772 (p. 369), 780, 788, 790, 793, 801, 806, 811, 821, 830, 833, 836–7, 839, 857, 870, 873, 875, 877, 890–1, 893, 903, 914–5, 917, 941, 954 (2), 962, 972, 975, 977, 984. 986, 989, 1001, 1003, 1005–7, 1011, 1013, 1016–7, 1021, 1024, 1037, 1039–41, 1044, 1060, 1063: —g. 707 (20, 45):—App. 43 (26).

Admiral. See Annebaut, C. d'.

ambassadors in, ii. 260.

-, of Ferrara, i. 1288; ii. 493 (p. 213).

-, Florentine, i. 1288.

-, Imperial. See St. Mauris, J. de.

-,.Imperial envoy, i. 457. See also Noirthoudt.

-, Papal legate, i. 73, 93.

-, Papal nuncio. See Guidiccioni, A.

-, Portuguese, ii. 70.

-, of the Protestants, ii. 560, 614, 647, 649, 651–2, 675, 693, 702, 714, 724–5, 730, 741, 748, 772 (p. 369), 774, 782, 798 (p. 384), 801, 999. See also under their names, Fenningen, Bruno, and Sturmius.

-, Scottish, i. 457; ii. 493, 525.

-, Venetian. See Cavalli, M. armies of (the French), i. 43, 153, 169–70, 180, 202 (2), 207, 210 (p. 92), 217, 240, 275, 296, 362, 366–7, 425 (p. 188), 457, 619 (pp. 295, 297), 691, 708, 750, 771, 795, 797, 804, 813, 840, 855, 895, 918, 937, 958 (p. 468), 962, 983, 986, 1001–2, 1007–8, 1022, 1036 ii., 1045, 1056, 1067, 1069 (pp. 513–4), 1082, 1101, 1122–3, 1132, 1146–7, 1158, 1160, 1179, 1187, 1192, 1197, 1200, 1203–4, 1210, 1215, 1264; ii. 8, 138, 200, 208, 226, 260, 310, 331, 337, 367, 386, 403, 415, 431, 436, 452, 454, 462, 464, 514, 527, 605 (p. 279), 612, 614, 616 (p. 284), 636 (1, 2), 637, 680, 787, 798, 843, 897, 929, 950, 1028, 1044, 1048, 1059:—App. 36, 43 (18).

-, the ban and arriere ban, i.
-, 797, 895.

cardinals of, i. 1064.

Chancellor of. See Olivier, F.

clergy of, i. 447.

coinage debased, i. 1069.

Constable of. See Momtmorency, A. de.

contribution by the bishops, ii. 178.

Council of, i. 291, 508–9, 692, 1267, 1289, 1300; ii. 417, 634, 651, 693, 740, 836, 1024.

Court of, i. 45, 296, 343, 380, 452 (3), 542, 577, 588, 593, 619, 880, 1205; ii. 200, 260, 417, 567, 634, 649, 651, 675, 740, 926, 941, 977, 982, 984, 998, 1013, 1048.

English goods, i. 1069; ii. 19.

grand almoner. See Meudon, Card.

keeper of the Seals. See Olivier, F.

peace or truce negotiations, etc., i. 7 (p. 5), 105, 158, 227 (p. 98), 281, 290, 292, 310, 329, 337, 367, 372–3, 380, 402, 406, 425 (pp. 187–90), 426, 448, 457, 462, 487, 495–6, 499, 503, 514, 542, 544 (p. 258), 545 (p. 259), 585, 588 593, 619, 652, 682 (p. 356), 689, 710 (p.368), 807, 861, 863, 915–6, 922 (p. 455), 933 (p. 460), 937, 958, 983, 984 (p. 479), 1018. 1022, 1064. 1066, 1113, 1132–3, 1148–50, 1154, 1180, 1197, 1201, 1203 (p. 597), 1230, 1253, 1255, 1261. 1263 (pp. 626–7), 1288, 1293 (p. 641), 1294; ii. 19, 44, 56, 77, 100, 116, 133, 149, 178, 180, 209, 260, 276–7, 287, 289, 311, 375–7, 417, 431, 460 (3), 493 (pp. 212–3), 508, 521, 537, 541, 547, 561, 563, 567, 586, 589, 594, 598, 604, 616 (p. 284), 618, 624–5, 632, 642–3, 648–9, 667, 669–70, 686, 690, 695, 706 (44–5), 714, 724–5, 730, 737–8, 740–1, 748–9, 758, 760, 764–5, 767, 772–5, 782, 788, 793–4, 798, 801, 803, 805–6, 821–3, 826, 837 (p. 404), 838–40, 845, 856, 858, 860–1, 870–3, 887, 891, 899, 915, 917, 954 (2), 985, 1021:—App. 39, 43 (44–5).

-, draft truce, ii. App. 39.

-, French deputies sent to Flanders (viz., Annebaut, Olivier, and Bayard), ii. 703, 714, 748–9, 764, 772–4, 782, 793 (p. 380). 794, 798 (p. 384), 799, 801–3, 805–6, 822, 826, 840, 858, 860, 870, 872, 875, 881, 899, 915, 917.

-, -, their commission, ii. 703.

peace or truce with, by the Protestants' mediation, i. 905, 1205 (1–4), 1207, 1229, 1257, 1262; ii. 48, 58, 122–3, 239, 381, 385, 431, 490, 493, 519, 553, 560–1, 586, 604, 647–9, 651–2, 675, 693, 702, 714, 724–5, 730, 732 (p. 342), 741, 764, 772 (p. 369), 774, 780, 782, 788, 793–4. 798 (p. 384), 799, 801–2, 805, 809–10, 835–6, 838, 844–5, 856, 861, 864–5, 871, 876, 880–1, 890–1, 905, 917–20, 925–7, 939, 941–-3, 946, 953–4, 969, 971–2, 977, 982, 984–5, 989, 991, 993, 998–1003, 1007, 1011, 1013–4, 1017, 1024, 1028, 1036–41, 1044, 1050, 1054, 1057–8, 1060–1:—App. 43 (44–5, 55).

-, French deputies sent to Ardres (viz., Remond, P., Soissons, (bp. of, and others), ii. 702, 714, 730, 741, 772 (p. 369), 780, 798 (p. 384), 809–10, 835, 836 (p. 404), 844, 856 (pp. 416, 418), 864–5, 871, 876, 880, 909 (29), 917–9, 954, 969. 982, 1003, 1037–40, 1044, 1050, 1054, 1057–8, 1060–1.

-, German delegates, ii. App. 43 (44–5, 55).

Queen. See Eleanor.

Scottish Guard ("Garde Scottes"), i. 513; ii. 533 (p. 247).

a secretary of, i. 153.

Secretary of Finances. See L'Aubespine, C. de.

tithes, i. 1069.

treasurer of the espargne, ii. 417.

treaties with. See London; also Moor Park.

Treaty with Denmark, i. 11.

victuals and munitions for, i. 7, 22–3, 43, 54, 65, 72, 145, 168, 329, 367, 424, 425 (p. 188), 494–5, 498, 1086; ii. 56, 318–9.

France or Franco, Sebastian de, a ship owner, i. 732, 1202 li., 1302.

Frances. See Francis.

Francforde. See Frankfort.

Franchois, Claude. See La Borde, F. de.

Francis I., King of France, personal references (others under France), i. 7 (p. 5), 45, 103, 108, 146 (2), 172, 202 (2), 213, 237, 254–6, 296, 457, 463 (p. 207), 473–4, 508–9, 510, 522, 570, 589, 619 (pp. 295, 297), 682 (p. 356), 692, 789, 791, 795, 840, 869, 925, 952, 1007, 1066, 1069, 1101, 1109 (p. 547), 1179, 1201, 1205 (1–3), 1207, 1229, 1288, 1315; ii. 9, 31, 48, 70, 77, 118, 131, 138, 145, 169, 171, 174, 185, 192, 226, 245, 260, 276–7, 311, 331, 417, 421, 486, 493, 624, 634, 636, 647–9, 651, 693, 702, 725, 740, 748–9, 758, 772 (p. 368), 774–5, 793 (p. 380), 798, 802, 810, 821, 826, 836, 856–7, 875, 880–1, 917–9, 926–7, 941–2, 946, 969, 971, 977, 984, 993, 998, 1000–1, 1003, 1011, 1013, 1024, 1040, 1045, 1048, 1054, 1061.

-, -, letter from, i. 919 (2).

-, -, illness of, i. 103, 108, 202 (2), 254–6, 425 (p. 191), 457, 619 (pp. 295–7), 1288.

-, -, his secretary, Jean Jaques, ii. 493 (p. 213).

Francis the Courier or Post (Francis Pyemond, Francisco, Fras. Picher), i. 311, 452, 469, 549, 556, 564, 590, 644, 647, 701, 742, 1065, 1067, 1074, 1133, 1203 (p. 597), 1231; ii. 84, 111, 113–4, 147, 192, 402, 436, 467–8, 474, 485, 507–9, 527, 593 (p. 273), 595, 597, 605, 607, 613, 680, 732, 818, 881, 977, 1017.

Francis (Fraunses), Mr., i. 1329 (2).

-, (Frances), H., ii. 263.

-, (Frauncys), John, of Oundle, i. 740, 747, 769:— g. 620 (4), 1335 (51).

-, Juliana, i. g. 620 (8 p. 301).

-, (Frauncys), Ric., i. g. 1335 (12).

-, (Fraunces), Thos., ii. 88:— g. 496 (7), 707 (50).

-, (Frances), Wm., ii. App. 2 (2 vi.).

Franco. See France.

Francombe, John, i. g. 1335 (37).

-, Thos., i. g. 1335(37).

-, Wm., i. g. 1335 (37).

Frangioia, Captain Ceccho, of Pistoia, i. 650 (2).

Frangiotto, Captain, of Lucca, i. 501.

Franke, Chr., i. g. 1335 (36).

-, John, ii. 312.

-, Wm., i. g. 1081 (28).

Frankeleyn. See Franklin.

Frankes, Robt., i. g. 1335 (28).

Frankfort on the Main (Francforde, Franckfurde, Frawnkeforde), and the marts there, i. 74, 164, 315, 350 (p. 159), 551, 558, 1233, 1316; ii. 36, 48 (p. 24), 111, 122–3, 310, 381, 467, 565, 653, 983, 1039, 1063–4.

-, -, letters dated at, i. 335, 350–1; ii. 381–5, 528–9, 628–9, 672–3, 727–8, 777–8.

-, Diet of (a.d. 1539), i. 990.

-, Diet at. See Germany, Protestants.

-, secret diet at, i. 1233.

Franklin (Frankeleyn), Alice, ii. g. 266 (30).

-, John, ii. g. 707 (44), 1068 (46).

-, (Frankeleyn, Frankelynne), Oliver, ii. g. 266 (30): —App. 13.

-, (Frankeleyn), Wm., dean of Windsor, master of the hospital of Kepire, i. 60, 131.

Frankysshe, Wm., ii. g. 496 (12).

Fransham Parva, Norf., ii. g. 496 (20).

Franson, Ant., i. 275, 331.

Franz, Derick, i. 830.

Frape, Rog., ii. g. 910 (82 p. 455).

Fraryn, Louis, i. 1241.

Fraser, Hugh, lord Lovat, q.v.

Fraternities, etc., dissolution of (Act), ii. 850 (4).

Fraunce, Louis, ii. g. 496 (7).

Fraunces or Fraunses. See Francis.

Frawnkeforde. See Frankfort.

Frawnkenour, Thos., i. g. 621 (12 p. 308).

Fraxine or Fraxins or Fraxinius, M., ii. 918, 984 (p. 485), 1024 (p. 509).

Frechevyle. See Fretchwell.

Free (Fre), Edw., i. 557 (f. 45).

-, John, i. 557 (f. 46).

Free chapels, etc., dissolution of (Act), ii. 850 (4).

Freer. See Frere.

Freers, —, ii. g. 910 (7).

Freiston (Fryston), Linc., priory (supp.), cell to Crowland, i. g. 846 (87 p. 426).

Freke, Edm., i. 557 (f. 13).

Freman, —, of Calais, a ship captain, i. 848, 1061.

-, Edw., i. g. 846 (63).

-, John, i. p. 681:— g. 621 (12), 1335 (12 p. 659); ii. g. 266 (23).

-, Ralph, ii. App. 6.

-, Ric., i. g. 1335 (12 p. 659).

-, Wm., i. g. 1081 (58), 1335 (34).

Freme, Thos., i. g. 465 (101 p. 229).

Fremling, Robt., ii. 1035 (f. 32).

French caps, ii. 911.

Frenche, John, i. g. 1335 (21).

-, Peter, i. g. 1081 (36).

-, Thos., i. g. 846 (87); ii. g. 496 (37).

-, Wm., i. g. 620(8 p. 300); ii. g. 707 (50).

French invasion of England threatened, i. 406, 499, 513, 538. 570, 579, 582, 619, 652 (p. 339), 664 (2), 671–3, 717, 791, 833, 843, 845, 865, 880, 952, 983–4, 986, 1012, 1033, 1106 (p. 545), 1149, 1203 (p. 597), 1225, 1239, 1245, 1252, 1261, 1277–9, 1286, 1297, 1301, 1308; ii. 7, 31, 54, 116, 118 (p. 54), 137.

-, measures against, i. 671–3, 703, 845, 950, 957–8, 960, 1034, 1051, 1077–8, 1154, 1231, 1235, 1244, 1268, 1276; ii. 2, 24, 191, 263: —App. 27 iii., iv. See also Beacons.

French language, i. 121, 147 (p. 69), 196, 256, 303, 342, 345 (p. 157), 369, 455, 947 (2). 1210; ii. 593, 737, 776, 874, 959.

Frenchmen in England, i. 65, 577, 700, 710, 1159, 1311; ii. 308, 328, 365, 442, 545, 896.

Frenchmen's goods, i. 494, 544, 585, 593, 811, 836, 954 (2), 989, 1011, 1016, 1023, 1034, 1085–7, 1109, 1124, 1184, 1194, 1260–1, 1291, 1293, 1302, 1311, 1314; ii. 52.

French merchants, ii. 978.

French pensions, i. 7 (p. 4), 425 (p. 190), 462–3, 499, 585, 588, 1015, 1022, 1205, 1261–2, 1263 (p. 628); ii. 56, 149, 178, 277, 311, 376, 417, 431, 521, 561 (pp. 259. 262), 772, 775, 782, 798, 805, 810, 838, 856, 858, 872, 880, 890, 917, 925, 927, 941 (p. 470), 969, 984, 993, 998, 1000–1, 1003, 1011, 1013.

French prisoners, i. 957, 1055, 1235, 1244; ii. 15, 24, 190, 290, 620, 709, 746 (p. 356), 959, 1010.

French Spaniards, the. See Burgos, merchants of.

French spies, i. 240–1, 256, 827, 930–1, 1067–8; ii. 954 (2).

French wares, i. 817, 997:— g. 1081 (54); ii. 418 (32–3), 423, 603, 934: —g. 707 (33), 1068 (43).

Frende, Ric., i. g. 465 (79, 82).

Frenrys. See Freurs.

Frere (Freer), Joan, ii. g. 707 (52).

-, (Freer), Ralph, i. g. 465 (26).

-, Robt., ii. g. 496(19).

Frese, Duke, i. 429.

-, James, ii. 827 (2).

Fresell, Cuthb., i. g. 1081 (19).

-, Thos, i. g. 1081 (19).

Freshwater Gate, in the Isle of Wight, i. 1329 (2).

Freshwell. See Fretchwell.

Fuesingfeld, Suff. See Fressingfield.

Fresse, Mons, de, French agent at Coblentz, i. 11; ii. 310, 352 (p. 157), 381, 437, 636 (1, 2), 679–80, 954 (2).

Fressingfield (Fresingfeld), Suff., i. g. 846 (71): ii. g. 496 (43).

Freston, Ric., i. p. 675:— g. 622 (p. 318), 623 (p. 322).

-, Robt., i. g. 1081 (19 p. 523).

Fresyngfelde, Suff. See Fressingfield.

Fretchwell (Freshwell, Frechevyle), Sir Peter, i. 123:— g. 622 (p. 316), 623 (p. 323), 1081 (58).

-, -, Eliz. his wife, i. g. 1081 (58).

Freurs (Frenrys), Wm., i. 1103 —g 623 (pp. 321–3).

-, -, signature, i. 1103.

Frevyle, John, i. g. 623 (p. 322).

Friday, John, ii. g. 1068 (46).

-, Thos., i. g. 620 (8 p. 300).

Fridwalt. See Friedewald.

Friedburg (Vriborch), on the Elbe, ii. 249 (2).

Friedewald (Fridwalt), in Hesse, letter dated at, ii. 207.

Friesen, Arnolt, ii. 353.

Friesland, East, i. 429, 492; ii. 67 (2).

-, Countess of. See Emden.

Friesland (Fryselande, Fryslande, Frysia), West-, i. 104 (p. 48), 148, 374, 549, 632, 992; ii. 31, 526.

Fright. See Forth, firth of.

Fringford (Fryngeforde), Oxon and Bucks, ii. g. 266 (5).

Fringher (Fringer), Lucas, i. 1094, 1194, 1214; ii. 86, 147, 543, 585, 605 (p. 279), 636, 653, 756, 766, 954.

Friscobaldi, Nicholas, ii. 340.

Friskeney or Friskney, Linc., i. g. 1335 (12).

Friskeney, John, i. g. 622 (316).

Frismarske or Frysmarke, Yorks. i. g. 465 (39).

Frith, Staff., i. pp. 680, 681 bis.

Frith, John (burnt in 1533), ii. 733 (pp. 346, 348).

Frithelstock (Frythelstok), Devon, priory (supp.), ii. g. 496 (54).

Frith Hall, Lanc., ii. g. 266 (1).

Frobisher (Frobyser), Fras., i. g. 622 (pp. 312–3, 318), 623 (pp. 319–20, 323–4).

Frocester (Frowcettour), Glouc., i. g. 1081 (28).

Frodsham (Frodesham), Chesh., ii. g. 266 (1).

Froddett, co. Glamorgan, i. g. 1335 (37, 55 p. 673).

Frodesham or Froddesham, Chesh. See Frodsham.

Frogmer, John, i. g. 282 (52).

Frognall (Frogynhall) Valence in Teynham. Kent, ii. g. 266 (25).

Frome, Bishops- (Froma Episcopi), Heref., ii. g. 910 (33, 82 p. 456).

Frome, Castle-, Heref., ii. g. 910 (82 p. 456).

Frontinus, ancient writer, ii. 533.

Frosterley (Fosterley, Frostley), Dham., i. 60:— g. 282 (14).

Frowcettour, Glouc.,See. Frocester.

Fruit trees, injuring (Act), ii. 850 (7).

Frye, Edw., i. g. 1335 (50).

-, John, i. g. 624 (7): ii. 646:— g. 707 (52 p. 330).

Fryer, Hen., ii. g. 266 (21).

-, Humph., i. g. 282(52).

-, Marg., i. g. 282(52).

-, Ric., i. g. 282(52).

-, Wm., ii. g. 266 (15).

Fryesborech or Frysborech (Prisborghe, Prysebrough, Vrytberech, Prysebrogh), Chr., a German leader, ii. 259, 274, 297 (p. 137), 342, 434, 437, 468, 474:—App. 10(2).

Fryesse or Fryshe, Allard, shipmaster of Hamburg, ii. 69 (p. 36), 175.

Fryeston, Wm., ii. g. 496 (12).

Fryett, Hen., i. g. 282 (19).

Fryot, Robert., i. g. 125 (2).

Fryrenboroughe manor, Soms., i. g. 846 (93 p. 428).

Fryselande. See Friesland.

Fryshe. See Fryesse.

Frysmarke, Yorks. See Frismarske.

Fryston, Linc. See Freiston.

Fryston, Yorks., i. p. 682.

Fryston, Wm., i. g. 465 (55).

Fucars. See Fuggers.

Fugger (Focher, Foker, Fowker), Anthony (or James), the principal of the banking house, i. 1239, 1266; ii. g. 707 (19).

Fuggers (Fowcars, Fowkers, Fucars, Focquers, Foulkers, Fockers, Fukiers), the German bankers, i. 13, 1066, 1227, 1233–4; ii. 221 (5), 222, 231, 362, 1055–6.

-, -, a loan from, i. 892, 930, 946, 955, 963–4, 996, 1008–10, 1026, 1062, 1099, 1143, 1147, 1194, 1199, 1265–6, 1316; ii. 36, 111 (1, 2), 113–4, 153, 217, 223, 258, 284, 333–4, 362–3, 380, 388, 393, 399, 411, 416, 443, 448–9, 492, 551, 559, 595, 617, 653. 694, 706 (1), 756. 957:— g. 707 (19).

-, -, agent sent into England, ii. 111, 114, 221 (5), 222, 231.

Fukiers. See Fuggers.

Fulbeck, Linc., i. 557 (f. 74); ii. g. 910 (82), 1068 (19).

Fulbecke, John, i. g. 1335 (12 p. 660); ii. g. 1068 (19 p. 538).

Fulbourne, Camb., i. g. 846 (93 p. 427).

Fulbrook (Fulbroke), Oxon., i. g. 846 (85).

Fulbrook (Fulbroke), Warw., i. g. 846 (11); ii. g. 496 (34, 68 p. 232).

Fulcambe, John, i. g. 623 (p. 324).

Fulford, Yorks., i. p. 680:— g. 620 (32).

Fulford, Sir John. i. g. 622 (pp. 312, 314, 317), 623 (p. 320): ii. g. 910 (75).

-, John, ii. g. 910 (75).

Fulgeam or Fuljambe. See Foljambe.

Fulham, Midd., ferry at, i. 560 (2).

Fulkeston, Kent. See Folkestone.

Fuller, Hen., i. g. 846 (71).

-, Hugh, an auditor of Augmentations, i. 349:— g. 623 (p. 324); ii. App. 13.

-, Nic., ii. g. 707 (50).

-, Thos., i. g. 1335 (37); ii. g. 496 (53).

-, Wm., i. p. 682:— g. 621 (12 p. 311).

Fullerton (Foughlerton), Hants, i. g. 1335 (40); ii. g. 496 (68 p. 231).

Fullwood. See Fulwood.

Fullysshurste, Sir Thos., i. g. 622 (p. 316).

Fulmer, Bucks, ii. g. 1068 (29).

Fulmer, John, i. 557 (f. 22).

Fulmerston (Fowlmerston), —, ii. 658, 738.

-, Ric., i. g. 846 (4).

Fulneshed, Essex. See Foulness.

Fulseis, Sir Thos. i. 538.

Fulston, Wm., i. g. 620 (32, 55).

Fulstow, Linc., i. p. 675:— g. 1335 (11 p. 657).

Fulwood, John, i. g. 621 (12 p. 309), 846 (93); ii. App. 42.

-, Thos., i. g. 465 (55).

-, Wm., one of the Pensioners, i. 694, 755, 901: ii. App. 2 (2 vi.).

Fur:

(coney), ii. 949.

(lybert), i. 634.

(sables), i. 634.

Furberer, Dennis, i. g. 620 (4).

Furli, in Italy. See Forli.

Furness (Furnes), Lanc., i. g. 465 (59).

-, abbey (supp.), i. 557 (f. 41).

Furnyvall, Ric., ii. g. 1068 (41).

Furrier's bill, a, ii. 592 (2).

Furstemberg (Furstenberg), Count William of, in the Emperor's service, taken prisoner by the French (3 Sept. 1544), i. 80, 619, 682 (p. 356), 1069, 1288; ii. 493, 893, 984 (p. 485), 1016, 1063.

Fuscome, Wm., i. g. 465 (56).

Fuster, Robt., ii. g. 1068 (46).

Fustockworth, Ludovico Romayne, ii. 219.

Fwllawes, East-, in Scotland, ii. 533 (p. 248).

Fyf Anguex. See Fife.

Fyfelde, Oxon. See Fifield.

Fyfield (Fyvelde), Essex, i. g. 622 (p 314).

Fylbeck, Wm., i. g. 846 (71).

Fylde, Oxon. See Fifield.

Fyle, Ric., chaplain, i. g. 1081 (19).

Fylipps. See Philips.

Fylpe. See Philpe.

Fylpott. See Philpott.

Fynes. See Fiennes.

Fyneux, —, i. 672 (2).

-, Wm, i. g. 623 (p. 324).

Fynner, Wm., i. g. 465 (79).

Fynneshede, Ntht. See Fineshade.

Fyrmyn, Robt., i. g. 125 (2).

Fyrth, the. See Forth.

Fyston, Wm., ii. g. 496 (50).

Fythhugh. See Fitzhugh.

Fyvelde, Essex. See Fyfield.

Fyvie (Fyvehee), Sir George Meldrum laird of, i. 355 (p. 162), 382.



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