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Charles Lethbridge Kingsford (editor)

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1910

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51-57

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'Index', Two London Chronicles from the Collections of John Stow (1910), pp. 51-57. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=81147 Date accessed: 23 August 2014.


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A

Albury, 23.

Aldermary, see St Mary.

Aldersgate St., 36.

Aldgate, 28.

Allen, John, a priest, 14.

Allen, or Allyn, Sir John, 11.

Allhallows Barking, 10.

Allhallows, Bread St., 6, 7.

Allyn see Allen.

Amcotes, Sir Henry, 17, 45.

Andrew Moreys Quay, 3.

Antwerp, (Andwarp), 45, 47.

Arden of Faversham, 22.

Ardres, 45.

Arthur, prince of Wales, 7.

Arundell, Earl of, see Fitzalan.

Arundell, Humphrey, 17, 20.

Arundell, Sir Thomas, 26.

Askew, Christopher, 8.

Audley, Sir Thomas, 6.

Austin friars, 9.

Axholme, (Exsam), 10.

B

Baldry, Thomas, 2.

Bangor, bishop of, see Salcot, John.

Barnes, George, 26, 46.

Barns, Robert, 2.

Barton, Elizabeth (Anne) the Holy Maid of Kent, 8, 9.

Baynam, 6.

Baynards Castle, 8, 27.

Bell, a Suffolk man, 21.

Bermondsey Priory, 12.

Beauvale, 10.

Berrys, or Bery, a rebel, 20.

Bilney, or Bylneye, Thomas, 5.

Bishop Clist, 17, 18.

Black friars, 14.

Blackwall, 9.

Bletchingley, 23.

Bocher, Joan, 21.

Bockyng, Edward, 8.

Boleyn, Ann, Queen, 7, 8, 9.

Boleyn, Sir Thomas, Earl of Wiltshire, 4, 7.

Bonner, Edmund, bishop of London, 29, 31, 41.

Bordeaux, (Burdeus), 48.

Boulogne, (Bulloyne, Bolen), 7, 21, 48.

Bowes, Sir Martin, 17.

Bowler, a rebel, 18.

Boyer, William, 16.

Bread St., 6, 7, 9.

Bret, Alexander, 33, 34.

Bretons, 48, 49.

Bridewell, 2.

Bristol, 47.

Broad Causeway, Westminster, 25.

Broken Wharf, 9.

Browne, Anthony, Viscount Montague, 42.

Bryce, Hugh, 1.

Bucer, Martin, 47.

Bylneye, Thomas, 5.

C

Calais, 7, 26, 48.

Cambridge, 2, 3, 27, 28, 47.

Canterbury, 8, 9, 22.

Canterbury, Archbishops of, see Cranmer, Pole.

Carew, Sir Nicholas, 15.

Carow, Charles, 16.

Catherine of Aragon, Queen, 7, 8, 27.

Champneys, John, 10.

Chantries, 13.

Charing Cross, 9, 42.

Charterhouse, The 10, 15, 16.

Cheap, Cheapside (Chepe), 1, 2, 4, 8, 14, 19, 25, 27, 34, 41.

Cheap Cross, 1, 5, 34, 36.

Cheeke, Sir John, 28.

Chessher, Thomas, 16.

Chester, William, 47.

Chipping Norton, 18.

Cholmley, Sir Roger, 28.

Christchurch, or Trinity Priory, 6.

Clarke, Griffith, 15.

Cleveland, 44.

Cobham, Lord, 31.

Cobham, Thomas, 33.

Coinage, coiners, 2, 4, 6, 14, 23, 24.

Cooke, Laurence, 16.

Corbyt, Sir Richard, 28.

Cornwall, 17.

Cotes, John, 16.

Counters, The, 34.

Courtenay, Edward, Earl of Devonshire, 29, 34.

Court-up-street, 8.

Cranmer, Thomas, Archbishop of Canterbury, 19, 22, 31, 35, 46.

Crofte, Elizabeth, 36.

Cromwell, Thomas, Earl of Essex, 9, 15, 16.

Croydon, 23.

D

Dacre of the North, Lord, 9.

Darcie, Thomas, Lord, 14.

Daunce, Hary, see Harridaunce.

Deryng, Richard, 8.

Devonshire, Earl of, see Courtenay

Devonshire, 17, 45.

Dieppe, 47, 48.

Dobbes, Richard, 24, 46.

Dodmer, Ralph, 4.

Dolman, Dr., 31.

Doncaster, 16.

Dormer, Michael, 16.

Dover, 48.

Dudley, Ambrose, 28.

Dudley, Sir Andrew, 28.

Dudley, Guilford, 31, 33.

Dudley, Henry, 28, 31.

Dudley, John, Earl of Warwick, and Duke of Northumberland, 19, 21, 24, 27, 28, 29.

Dudley, Robert, 31.

Dunkirk, 48.

Dutchmen, 2, 5, 23, 30.

E

Edward VI, King, 17-26, 29, 44-46.

Elizabeth, Queen, 27, 35, 36, 4749.

Elsing Spittle, 12.

Esher, 4.

Essex, Earls of, see Cromwell, Parr.

Essex, 21.

Ewell, Thomas, 14.

Exeter, 17, 45.

Exmew, William, 10.

Exsam, see Axholme.

F

Fagius, Paul, 47.

Fenchurch, 29.

Finsbury Field, 2, 4, 5, 6.

Fires, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9, 14.

Fisher, John, bishop of Rochester, 5, 10.

Fitzalan, Henry, Earl of Arundel, 27, 46.

Flanders, 25.

Fleet St., 33, 38.

Fleet Prison, 35, 39, 41.

Flower, William, 42.

Forman, William, 14.

Fostar, a heretic, 3.

Framlingham, 27.

France, 2, 48.

Francis I, King of France, 3.

Frith or Frythe, John, 7, 9.

G

Gambold, or Gambo, Peter, 20.

Gardiner, Stephen, bishop of Winchester and Chancellor, 22, 29, 31, 40, 41, 43, 45, 46.

Gates, Henry, 28.

Gates, Sir John, 28, 29.

Gavaro, Charles, 20.

Gerard, Sir William, 46.

Godstone, 23.

Gold, or Goulde, Henry, parson of Aldermary, 8, 9.

Gold, Thomas, 8.

Gracechurch, 4, 29.

Gracechurch (Gracious) St., 30, 38, 49,

Gravesend, 1, 28, 30, 44.

Gray's Inn, 7.

Great Conduit, The, 34.

Greenwich, 2, 6, 9, 32, 43.

Gresham, Sir John, 17, 44.

Gresham, Richard, 14.

Grey, Henry, Duke of Suffolk, 24, 28, 33, 35.

Grey Lady Jane, 31, 33, 46.

Grey of Wilton, William, Lord, 17, 18, 24, 26, 28.

Grey friars, 9, 15.

Gryffyn, Rhys, 5.

Guildhall, The, 31, 35, 46,

Guisnes, 26, 45, 48.

H

Hales, Sir James, 46.

Hall, Edward, 7, 10.

Hampton Court, 19, 20.

Harford, Thomas, 14.

Harper, William, 47.

Harman, a coiner, 2.

Harmond, a searcher of Gravesend, 28.

Harpsfield, Nicholas, 37.

Harridaunce, John, 15.

Harssam, Harry, 14.

Hastings, Francis, Earl of Huntingdon, 28.

Hastings, George, Earl of Huntingdon, 4.

Havre, or New Haven, 47, 48.

Hawkyns, Sir John, 48.

Hayle, John, 10.

Heath, Nicholas, Archbishop of York, 42.

Henry IV, 1.

Henry VII, 1.

Henry VIII, 1-17.

Herbert, Sir William, Earl of Pembroke, 17, 24, 27.

Heresy, and heretics, 1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 10, 13, 15, 21, 23, 41, 42.

Herne, or Home, Giles, 16.

Hewet, William, 47.

Hewitt, Andrew, 7, 9.

Hill, Sir Rowland, 19, 45.

Holborn, 7, 16.

Holland, 10.

Holles, William, 15.

Holmes, Thomas, 21.

Honey Lane, 3.

Honiton, 17.

Horne, parson of St. Nicholas Willows, 24.

Howard, Thomas, Duke of Norfolk, 29, 34.

Howard, Lord William, 26.

Hubberthorne, Sir Henry, 17, 44.

Humber, 25.

Hungerford, Agnes, Lady, 2.

Hungerford, Walter, Lord, 16.

Huntingdon, Earls of, see Hastings.

Hussey, John, Lord, 14.

I

Isleworth (Thystylworth), 10.

Isley, or Illisleye, Sir Henry, 31, 33.

J

Judd, Andrew, 21, 45.

Julius III, Pope, 46.

K

Kendall, Thomas, 13.

Kent, 8, 21, 31, 34.

Kett, Robert, 18, 19.

King's Head, The, Smithfield, 20.

Kingston, 32.

Knevett, Master, 4.

Knevet, William, 33.

L

Lacie, Mr., 5, 6.

Lambard, Nicholas, 5.

Lambert, John, 15.

Lambeth, 22, 39, 43.

Lambeth marsh, 9.

Langriche, Richard, 44.

Latimer, Hugh, 35, 46.

Laxton, Sir William, 16.

Leadenhall, 4, 32, 49.

Lee, Thomas, 11.

Leicester, 33.

Leigh, Thomas, 47.

Lesnes, 25.

Lincoln, 13.

Lodge, Thomas, 48.

Lombards, 9.

London, bishops of, see Bonner, Ridley.

London Bridge, 9, 33, 38.

Louth, 13.

Lowe, Simon, 35, 39, 40, 41.

Lucas, Emanuel, 35, 39, 40, 41.

Ludgate, 33.

Luther, Martin, 3.

Lyon, John, 39.

M

Makkarell, Matthew, 13.

Marching-watch, the, 5, 15.

Marshalsea, The, 15, 29.

Mary, Queen, 7, 27-43, 46-47.

Mary of Guise, Queen of Scotland, 25.

Masters, Richard, 8.

Mercers Hall, 19.

Mews, The, at Charing Cross, 9.

Middlemore, Humphrey, 10.

Middleton Stony, 26.

Mile End, 2.

Miles, Dr. Nicholas, 4.

Montague, Sir Edward, 28.

Montague, Viscount, see Browne.

More, Sir Thomas, 4, 6, 10, 11.

Morysbye, Thomas, 22.

Myryll, a tyler, 13.

N

New Abbey, London, 12.

Newark, 9.

Newcastle, 9.

Newdigate, or Nydygate, Sebastian, 10.

Newgate, 2, 4, 6, 13, 14, 20, 26, 34.

New Haven, or Havre, 47, 48.

Newington, 43.

Newman Thomas, 13.

Norfolk, 18.

Norfolk, Duke of, see Howard.

Northampton, Marquis of, see Parr.

Northamptonshire, 18.

Northumberland, Duke of, see Dudley.

Norwich, 18, 19.

O

Observant friars, 9.

Ofley, Thomas, 47.

Oxford, 7, 35, 44, 46.

Oxfordshire, 18, 26.

P

Packenton, or Packington, Robert, 13.

Paget, William, Lord, 19, 27, 46.

Palmer, Sir Thomas, 24, 28, 29.

Pagetor, Sir Thomas, 4, 14.

Parnyll, 5.

Parr, William, Marquis of Northampton, 18, 28.

Partridge, Sir Miles, 24, 26.

Patchett, Sir Thomas, 19.

Pattmer, a priest, 5.

Paulet, William, Marquis of Winchester, 24.

Pavyar, town clerk, 7.

Paytmer, a glazier, 5.

Pecocke, Stephen, 7.

Pembroke, Earl of, see Herbert.

Philip of Spain, 31, 32, 36, 37, 38, 43.

Philpot, or Fylpot, Clement, 16.

Pillory, The, in Cheap, 14.

Plymouth, 14, 48.

Pole, Reginald, Cardinal, 39.

Pomeroy, Sir Thomas, 18.

Pursar, John, 5.

R

Radcliffe, Robert, Earl of Sussex, 4.

Raynolds, a Carthusian, 10.

Rich, Hugh, 8.

Richard II., 1.

Richmond, 8, 9, 36.

Richmond, Henry, Duke of, 2.

Ridley Nicholas, Bishop of London, 26, 27, 28, 35, 46.

Risby, Richard, 8.

Rhodes, (Rodes) Master of the, 3.

Roche, William, 16.

Rochester, 33.

Rochester, bishop of, see Fisher.

Rode Lane, 14.

Rogers, John, 41.

Rome, 3, 42.

Rouen, 47.

Rudstone, John, 3.

Russell, John, Lord, 17.

Rycote, Oxfordshire, 18, 36.

Rye, 48.

S

St Andrew by the Wardrobe, 6.

St Antholin's, 4, 14.

St Anthony's School, 3, 11.

St Bartholomew's Priory, 12.

St Bride, Fleet Street, 4.

St George's Field, Southwark, 43.

St James' Palace, 25, 33.

St John, the Lord of, 19.

St John's Priory, 3.

St Katherine's, 25.

St Magnus, 44.

St Margaret's, Friday St., 15.

St Margaret's, Westminster, 42.

St Mary Aldermary, 8.

St Mary Overy, 7, 12.

St Mary Spittle, 12, 45.

St Nicholas Willows, 22, 24.

St Paul's, 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 12, 15, 22, 25, 29, 30, 31, 38, 39, 46.

St Paul's Cross, 6, 8, 13, 15, 27, 34, 36, 37, 40, 44.

St Paul's School, 11.

St Sepulchre's, 13, 41.

St Thomas of Acre, 11, 13, 42.

St Thomas Watering, 15.

Salcot, John, bishop of Bangor, 8.

Salters Hall, 9.

Sandys, Edwin, 28.

Seamar, Thomas, 2.

Seaton, 48.

Seymour, Anne, Duchess of Somerset, 24, 29.

Seymour, Edward, Duke of Somerset, 19, 20, 21, 24, 25, 26.

Seymour, Thomas, Lord, 17.

Shoreditch, 42.

Skotte, John, 4.

Smith, Dr. Richard, 44.

Smith, Sir Thomas, 19, 20.

Smithfield, 3, 5, 6, 7, 10, 15, 20, 21, 22, 23, 38, 41, 42.

Somar, Thomas, 5.

Somerset, 18.

Somerset, Duke of, see Seymour.

Sothewell, Sir Robert, 34.

Southwark, 7, 20, 32, 34, 38, 43, 49.

Spain, 1, 43, 47.

Spencer, James, 3.

Standard, The, in Cheap, 4. 8.

Stanhope, Sir Michael, 20, 24, 26.

Stansted, 13.

Star Chamber, 39.

Steelyard, The (Stilaard), 2, 29, 38.

Stocks, The, 38.

Strangwysh, or Strangways, pirate, 47.

Stratford, 2.

Suffolk, 18, 21.

Suffolk, Duke of, see Grey.

Suffolk Place, Southwark, 20, 38.

Sussex, Earl of, see Radcliffe.

T

Taylor, John, Master of the Rolls, 9.

Temple Bar, 9, 33, 38.

Thame, 18.

Thames, 2, 22, 25, 45.

Thirlby, Thomas, bishop of Ely, 42.

Thomas, William, 35.

Thomson, Harry, 5.

Throckmorton, Nicholas, 35, 39, 40, 41.

Thwaytes, Edward, 8.

Tompkins, Thomas, 42.

Tower of London, The, 5, 6, 8, 9, 11, 14, 15, 16, 19, 21, 22, 24, 27, 28, 29, 33, 34, 35, 36, 45, 46.

Tower Hill, 4, 5, 6, 10, 15, 16, 17, 25, 26, 33, 35.

Tower Wharf, 43.

Towley, or Tolly, John, 42.

Trinity, or Christchurch Priory, London, 6.

Tunstal, Cuthbert, bishop of Durham, 29.

Tyburn, 2, 5, 9, 10, 13, 14, 16, 21, 36.

Tyndal, William, 5.

V

Vane, Sir Ralph, 24, 26.

Vintry, The, 4.

W

Wandsworth, 15.

Warwick, Earl of, see Dudley.

Warryn, or Warren, Ralph, 13.

Watling Street, 24.

Wayre, a friar, 15.

Westminster, 4, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 16, 20, 30, 33, 35, 39, 42, 43.

Westminster Abbey, 29, 34.

Westminster Hall, 25, 43.

Whetstone, or Wherstone, Thomas, 35, 39, 40, 41.

White, Sir John, 48.

White, Sir Thomas, 30, 46.

White friars or Carmelites, 15.

Whittington College, 44.

Wiclif, John, 1.

Williams, Sir John, 18, 36.

Wiltshire, Earl of, see Boleyn.

Winchester, 37, 43.

Winchester, bishop of, see Gardiner; Marquis of, see Paulet.

Windsor, 7, 19, 20, 36.

Wolffe, a murderer, 8, 9.

Wolsey, Thomas, Cardinal, 2, 3, 4.

Woodstock, 18, 36.

Woolwich, 25.

Wrestling-place, The, 14.

Wyatt, Sir Thomas, 31-35.

Wynslowe, —, 21.

Y

York, Archbishops of, see Heath, Wolsey.

York Place, (Whitehall), 4.

Yorke, John, 21.

Z

Zeeland, 48.