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It appeareth That one Richard Chigwell did enfeoffe y'' Deane and
Chapter of St. Paul of certaine houfes and rents in y' preband, And
therefore it is apparent that the said Deane and Chapter did before y"
faid 2 2'*" yeare of ye reigne of K. Ed. I" (And before y" makinge of y"
ftatute of Quia Emptores terrarum, ordeine[d] in y" iS'*" yeare of y' Kings
reigne) enfeoffe y"" first named Reginald Grey and his heires of y'^ faid
Manno' of Portpole, who (as by record here recited as other ftronge cir-
cumstances depending upon y^ whole) was y'' first Gray y' obtained the
faid Manno' from y' Church.

And now to conclude. It alfo appeareth by an other of y" former
recited offices found after y'' deceafe of y' faid last menconed Reginald
Grey that Edmund Lord Grey of Wilton next heire to y" said Reginald
was feifed of y* said house & appurtenances, And foe feifed by Inden-
ture inrolled in y" 22''' yeare of y" reigne of K. H. 7''' and bv fyne levyed
in y'= fame yeare did convey & afsure y'= p'mifses by y° name of y°
Manno' of Portpole otherwife Grayes Line unto divers y" Ancients &
Benchers of Grays Inne to y' vfe of them & theire heires (in truft only)
for y' Fellowes & Students there for y" time being, by vertue whereof y"
Inheritance of this Colledge is firmely fetled in this honorable Society.

(The statement that Edmund, Lord Grey of Wilton, conveyed the
manor of Purtpole, otherwise Gray's Inn, unto the Ancients and Benchers,
is scarcely accurate ; for it was sold by Lord Grey to one Hugh Denys,
to whom, with several other persons (some, presumably, members of
Gray's Inn), it was conveyed by bargain and sale dated 12 August, 1506,
accompanied by a Recovery, a Fine, and by Deeds of Release, from the
same Edmund, Lord Grey, and his brothers, Richard Grey, clerk, and
John Grey.

In 7 Hen. VIII. (15 16) the survivors of the persons to whom the
manor was so conveyed obtained the King's licence to alienate to the prior
and convent of Shene " the manor of Portepole " and appurtenances,
estimated at the annual value of ^6 \y. A^d.



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On the dissolution of the monasteries, the possessions of Shene passed
to the Crown, and Dugdale states that the manor or inn was granted by
the King unto the Society in fee farm, by the yearly payment of the sum
above named, which they continued to pay until the year 1733, when
they purchased this rent of the persons deriving title from Sir Philip
Matthews.)



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Touchinge y^ Auncient Armoriall, not only by tradition received but
alfo in Mr. Stowe's Appendix blazoned & authentically defcried deducted
from thofe of y= Lord Gray of Wilton I have here (not difcenting from
y' writers oppinion) fet forth y'' fame That is to fay — Banj of fix argent
and azure a Bordure quarterly or i^ of the seconds




Of moderne dales This honorable Society neglecting y*^ one have
felected y"" other w"" due appropiacon and no lefse approbac'on to
themselves, w'^*' they entertaine for theire proper Heroike & Collegiat



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Armorialls before any other blazoned as is in y'= margent depicted.
The hono'"'" Colledge of Grayes-Inne doth beare for theire Coat Azure
an Indian Griffon propsr Sergreant w'"' y" laudable incription invironing
the same.

The Griffon is in fashion twofold or byformed or (as it may bee
faid) double natured. In y'' fore partes participatinge w'"" y' of y'' Eagle,
& in y'= hinder partes w'^ those of y'' Lion.

This Ayrie fowle, or earthly beaft as here it appeareth is termed
fergreant not volant or rampant as some hold, for y' hee seemeth w"' his
Lionnish loynes to touch y' earth and w''' his Eaglish partes advanceth
himselfe, as if his flight were towards y*^ heavens. The Griffon this
erected signifieth his prepared purpose to some action of might & force
adding thereunto by y" Wings and Talents not only fine force, but
Induftry also. This beaft, havinge attayned unto his full ftrength &
growth fomuch disdaineth vafsalrey and subjection That hee will never
be furprifed alive Thereby lively sheweinge forth his magnanimous two-
fold Kingely fpirit as well of y*" Lion as of y" Eagle.

This fignall of hono' difcovereth fecretely y" proparty of a generous mind
& is very significantly assumed to this bono'''" Colledge whose members
there (if thereto afsigned by y" Sovereigne) will valourily both for Prince,
Peeres & People attempt y*" pformance of noble actions both ingenious,
valorous & induftrious. fixar such generous perfons in y^ dayes of peace put
in practife every commendable acction, y' may further y' maintenance
& continuance thereof, that is y" indifi^erent diftribucon of y' Lawes to all
And if contrary should bee offered there is noe doubt, but there bono'"''-"
inclinacon to peace & religion would incite them valoroufly to reprefse
the contemp" thereof by w* endevo" nothing cann bee better pleafing to
a Prince & State, or bee accounted more bono'"''' & commendable.

To this renowned Colledge are appropriat members two Halls or
Inns of Chancery —

Staple-Inne \

& -both fcituate in Holborne.

Bernards-Inne)



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BENCHERS, 1889.



H.R.H. The Duke of Connaught, K.G., K.T.

The Right Hon. John David, Lord Fitzgerald.

The Right Hon. William, Lord Watson.

The Right Hon. Edward Gibson, Lord Ashbourne.

Hon. Baron Huddleston (Justice, Queen's Bench Division).

Hon. Sir Henry Manisty (Justice, Queen's Bench Division).

His Honour Judge Russell.

William Cracroft Fooks, Esq., Q.C.

Henry Griffith, Esq.

Sir Arthur John Hammond Collins, Q.C. (Chief Justice of Madras).

Sir Benjamin Pine, K.C.M.G.

George Francis, Esq. (Master of the Supreme Court of Judicature).

Hugh Shield, Esq., Q.C.

W. BowEN Rowlands, Esq., Q.C, M.P.

James Sheil, Esq. (Metropolitan Magistrate).

Arthur Beetham, Esq.

Clement .'Alexander Middleton, Esq.

Walter David Jeremy, Esq.

Charles Forbes, Esq.

Edwyn Jones, Esq.

John Rose, Esq.



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A LIST OF ENGLISH JUDGES
WHO WERE STUDENTS OF GRAY'S INN.



Richard Allebone, King's Bench .
James Altham, Baron of Exchequer .
John Archer, Common Pleas .
Nicholas Bacon, Lord Keeper . .
Francis Bacon, Lord Chancellor
Francis Bacon, King's Bench .
Robert Baldock, King's Bench .
John Banks, Chief Justice, K.B.
John Bayley, King's Bench .
Thomas Bedingfei.d, Common Pleas
Thomas Billing, Chief Justice, K.B.
John Birch, Baron of Exchequer
John Birch, Cursitor Baron (Exch.) .
Thomas Bryan, Chief Justice C.P. .
Thomas Bury, Baron of Exchequer .
Charles C/ESar, Master of the Rolls .
William Carr, Cursitor Baron (Exch.)
Thomas Chamberlayne, King's Bench
Alan Chambre, Common Pleas
William Cheyne, Chief Justice K.B.
Thomas Clarke, Master of the Rolls
William Coke, Common Pleas.
Francis Crawley, Common Pleas .
P'rancis Crawley, Cursit. Baron (Ex.)
Thomas Cromwell, Master of the Rolls
William Dalison, Queen's Bench
William Daniel, Common Pleas
Humph. Davenport, Lord Chief Baron
Dudley Digges, Master of the Rolls .
William Ellis, Common Pleas
T „ ( Lord Chief Baron

James Eyre s r^u- r t ^ i^ th
-' I Chief Just. Com. Pleas

Guv Fairfax, King's Bench
William Fairfax, Common Pleas
John Finch, Chief Just. Com. Pleas .
John Fineux, Chief Justice King's B.
John D. Fitzgerald, Lord of Appeal
Anthony Fitzherbert, Just. C. Pleas
William GAScoiGNE,Chief Just. K.B. 14^
Steph. Gaselee, Justice Com. Pleas .
CriLBERT Gerard, Master of the Rolls
Edward Gibson, Lord Chan. Ireland
John Godbold, Justice Com. Pleas .
William Gregory, Baron of Exch. .
Bernard Hale, Baron of Exchequer .
Christ. Hales, Master of the Rolls .
James Hales, Just. Common Pleas .
John Hales, Baron of Exchequer
Edward Henden, Baron of Exch.
John Holker, Lord Just, of Appeal .
George Sowley Holroyd, Just. K.B.
John Holt, Chief. Just. King's Bench
John W. Huddleston, Just. Q. Bench
John Huliock, Baron of Exchequer .



687
607
663

558
618
642
688
641
808
648
469
.S64
729
471
701
639
68|
620
800
424
754
552
632
679
534
556
604
631
635
672
787
794
477
509
634
495
882

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581

885

647

679

725

536

551

522

639

882

816

689

879 ,

823 I



William HussEY, Chief Just. K.B. . 1481
Richard Hutton, Justice Com. Pleas 161 7
John Hynde, Justice Common Pleas. 1545
Charles Ingleby, Baron of Exch. . 1688
John Jeffrey, Chief Baron of Exch. . 1577
Richard Keeble, Judge . . 1648-51
Thomas Leeke, Cursitor Baron (Exch.) 1642
William Leeke, Baron of Exchequer 1679
Cresswell Levinz, Just. Com. Pleas 1681
Joseph Littledale, just. King's Ben. 1824
Salathiel LovELL, Baron of Exch. . 1708
Robert Lush, Justice Queen's Bench 1865
Edward Lutw\-che, Just. Com. Pleas 1686
Henry Manisty, Just. Queen's Bench 1876
John Markham, Justice Com. Pleas . 1408
John Markham, Chief Just. King's B. 1461
Samuel Martin, Baron of Exch. . 1850
Edmund Molyneux, Just. C. Pleas . 1550
Richard Neele, Just. King's Bench . 1470
Edward Nevell, Baron of Exch. . 1685
Richard Newdigate, Chief Justice

Upper Bench .... 1660
John Parker, Baron of Exchequer . 1655
John Petit, Baron of Exchequer . 1527
Peter Phe.a.sant, Justice Com. Pleas 1643
Thomas Powell, Baron of Exchequer 1687
John Powell, Justice Common Pleas 1686
Thomas Raymond, Justice Common

Pleas 1679

Robert Raymond, Chief Just. K.B. . 1725
Edmund Reeve, Justice Com. Pleas . 1639
Francis Rodes, Justice Com. Pleas . 1585
Thomas Rokeby, Justice Com. Pleas. 1689
John (Lord) Romilly, Master of Rolls. 1851
John Rotheram, Baron of Exchequer 1688
William Scrogg.s, Chief Just. K.B. . 1678
Robert Shute, Baron of Exchequer . 1579
John Smith, Baron of Exchequer . 1702
John Sotherton, Baron of E.xch. . 1579
NowELL Sotherton, Baron of Exch. 1606
John Spelman, Just. King's Bench . 1532
Clement Spelman, Curs. Bar. (E.xch.) 1663
William Staunford, Just. Com. Pleas. 1554
William Steele i Chief Baron 1655

I Lord Chan. Ireland 1656
Thomas Stringer, Just. King's Ben. 1688
Frederick Thesiger, Lord Chan. . 1858
Francis Thorpe, Baron of Exch. . 1649
John TuRTON, Baron of Exchequer . 1689
Wm. Watson, Lord of Appeal . . 1880
Richard Weston, Baron of Exch. . 1680
William Yelverton, Just. K. Bench 1443
Christ. Yelverton, Just. K. Bench 1602
Henry Yelverton, Just. Com. Pleas 1625




iSray'si Jim SHimisision J^rjcfifiitf r :

1521-1887.



The following distinguished members of Gray's Inn, ancients and readers, prior to the
admissions 152 1 {page 3) are collected from various parts of the Manuscript
compiled by Simon Segar, of Gray's Inn {see page 274), grandson of Sir IVtlliam
Segar, Garter King of Arms.

1376. Sir Robert de Assheton, Admiral at Sea, Chief Justice of Ireland, and Lord

Treasurer of England. 49 Ed. III.
1458. Sir Owen Tudor.
1492. John Wigmore {see Weever's Acts and Monuments ").

(John Islip), Lord Abbot of Westminster.

(Alexander Bach, or Bauch), Lord Abbot of Furness.

(Laurence Champion), Lord Abbot of Battle.

(Henry More), Abbot of the Blessed Mary of Grays {i.e., St. Mary Graces), near

(William Bolton), Prior of St. Bartholomew. [London.

(William Attwater), Bishop of Lincoln, admitted 1520. f. 276.

(Thomas Stanley), Earl of Derby, admitted 1520.

(Thomas West), Lord Delawarr.

(Thomas Fiennes), Lord Dacre of the South.

(Thomas, or William, Dacre), Lord Dacre of the North.

(George Neville), Lord Abergavenny.

(Edward, or Thomas, Stanley), Lord Monteagle.

(William Brooke), Lord Cobham.

(Edward), Lord Grey de Powis.

(Henry), Lord Daubeney.



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1 5 18. John Petitt, autumn reader elect.

15 19. John Hind, autumn reader.

1520. John Harbrowne, autumn reader.

152 1. Francis Browne, autumn reader.

1522. Robert Challinor, autumn reader.

1523. Roger Yorke, autumn reader elect.

1524. Edward Beresford, autumn reader.
„ Humphrey Coles, Lent reader.

1525. Christopher Hales, Knight, autumn reader.
„ Thomas Harlakenden, Lent reader.

1526. Edward White, autumn reader.

1527. George Whettenhall, autumn reader.

1528. Robert Wrothe, autumn reader.

1529. William Grey, autumn reader.

„ Richard Sackville, Lent reader.
William Nevile, ancient, 1522.
Tho.mas Thornburgh, ancient, 1522.

1530. William Walsingham, autumn reader.
„ Walter Henley, autumn reader.

Thomas Pelham, ancient, 1522,

1531. John Colepeper, autumn reader.
Edward Lewknor, ancient, 1522.
Thomas Hutton, ancient, 27 May, 1528.

1532. Edmund Mollineux, Knight, autumn reader.

Thomas Darrell, ancient. )

f 27 May, 1528.
Richard Bvrd, ancient. J ^ -^

1533. James Hales, Knight, autumn reader.
„ Thomas Moyle, Knight, Lent reader.

1534. Edward Hall, autumn reader.
William Wylbys, ancient, 27 May, 1528.
Robert Rowleigh, ancient. ^

John Balham, ancient. j ~^

Nicholas Willoughby, ancient. |
William Yelverton, ancient. j '^^'*'
Robert Wingfield, ancient, 1534.

Urmston, ancient.

Watton, ancient.

Button, ancient. ^ 1536-

Sandford, ancient.

Cutts, ancient. ^



(John), Lord Hussey, ancient, 20 May, 1547.



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folio 281.


folio 2ii—{c<}niiimed).


1521. William Girlington.


1522. John Lamb.


William Goring.


„ William Belhouse.


„ George Palmer.


„ George Standish.


„ John Peyton.


„ Nicholas Townley.


„ Walter Cardiffe.




„ Thomas Hall (1522, in Segar).


1523. John Frevill.


John Boyse.

Richard Sutton.

„ Upton.

„ Anthony Missenden.


folio 290.
„ Henry Row.
„ Owen Brereton.


John Guy.


folio 291.


„ John Onby.


„ Richard Scroope.


„ Ralph Johnson.


John Marshall.


„ William Ernley.


Thomas Rawson.


„ Anthony Ayleworth.




„ William Huddy.


folio 293.




„ Leonard Beckwith.


folio 283.


„ William Mills.


,, Richard Skelton.


„ William Wentworth.


„ William Sutton.




„ John Staple.


folio 296.


Thomas Rudston.


1524. Thomas Cryspse.


„ Fr.\ncis Walsingham (Jan. 28).


John Southwell.




Edmund Grey.


folio 285.


Nicholas Wonwell.


1522. Lindsey.


Thomas Watson.


Barton.


„ George Allen.


John Senesecles.


„ Roger Rabytt.


„ Edward Cobham.




„ William Everard (1552, in Segar).


folio 298.


folio 286.


„ Thomas Hardwicke.


„ John Allen.


Thom.\s Dodmore.


„ William Kyrton.


William Marshall.


„ William Dallison.


Miles Grover.


Cuthbert Richardson.


Thomas Cromwell (Earl of Essex).


„ George Lancaster.


John St.\nney.


„ Anthony Nevill.


„ Cuthbert Wren.


„ John Stapleton.


„ John Roodes.


„ John Shirley.


folio 400.


folio 288.


1525. Thomas Halsall.


„ John Diggs.


„ John Godsalve.


John Laurence.


„ Edward Scott.



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foUo 401.


folio in— (continued).


J52S-


John Finch (1523?).


1527. Thomas Greenhall.




Jo. M.ARSHALL.


„ Richard Sturges.





James Bury.


„ John Shirley.


"


George Walsingham.


folio 413.




foUo 403.


,, Henry Hatfield.


..


Robert Kayer (Hayes?).


„ Robert Aske.


»


George Daniell.


„ Edward Michell.




William Naunton.


„ Henry Linch.




Christopher Plunkett.


„ William Lambert.


"


Thomas Bosvvell.


William Nevill.


>'


Roger Bradsh.wv.


„ Peter Fabian.


»


William Scott.


„ Robert Fabian.




Gabriel Thursbv.


„ Walter Clifton.




folio 404.


Thomas Berworth.


"


Thomas Missenden.


„ Robert Brookes.
„ James Bath.




folio 405.






„ John Bassett.


1526.


John Cheney.
Richard Caddyell.
Christopher Levynes.


„ Patrick Barnewall.
„ John Thacker.




folio 406.


folio 415.


^^


John Gosnold.


1528. Richard Egerton.


"'


John Plumb.


Thursby.

John Markham.




foUo 408.


Thomas Palmer.





George Woodroffe.




^^


Richard Webb.


folio 416.


^^


William Mansell.


Edward Cawood (1526, in Segar).


"


Robert Heneage.


Nicholas Harvey.
„ Laurence Ireland.




folio 410.


William Ryvett.


15-7-


Martin Nevill.


„ Roger Peckham.





John Ashton.


„ Thom.^s Powtrell.





Henry Mvne.


Osmond Gay.





Ralph Bucocke.


„ John Fenner.





Edward Bangham.


„ William Cooke.





Richard Snow.


„ George Browne.


"


William Skipwith.


„ Baldwin Breners (Berners?).
„ Henry Stafford (Lord S.).




folio 411.


William Stamford.


,.


Thom.\s Askham.


Jeffrey Tisdale.




William Oxenbridge.


„ Jeffrey Tildesley.



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folio 416 — {continued).


folio 423 — {continucil).


1528. William Whight.


1530. John Ankos.


„ WlLLL\M SkYRRINGTON.


„ John Dering.


„ Christopher Roper.


„ Thomas Moore.


folio 418.

„ Thomas Hawerden.
„ Stephen Holme.

„ Naunton.

„ Roger Pinchester.


„ John Gostwicke.
„ George Fane.
„ William Colpeper.
„ William Hall.
„ William Hurst.
„ John Hales.
„ Patrick Barnewall.
„ Roger Swift.
William Smith.


„ John Fitzherbert (Segar).
„ James Burton.
„ Robert Tilney.


folio 420.


„ Richard Waterton.


1529. Richard Whalley.




„ Robert Wingfield.


folio 424.


„ Richard Wood.


„ Thomas Paynell.


„ Jo. Bedingfeld.


Robert Bomsteed.


„ Courtis.


1531. Leonard Rigby.


„ Edward Lancaster.


„ Christopher Nevill.


„ Hugh Lowther.


„ Christopher Goldingham.


„ Nicholas Evernby.


„ Richard AVhalley.


„ Francis Noone.


Anthony Sonds.


„ James Plunkett.




„ Anthony Clencow.


folio 425.


folio 421.

„ Nicholas Statham.

William Crispe.

Charles Wriothesley.

„ Treherne.

„ John Bowes.

Peter Cofferley.
„ Francis Goodvere.


„ Thomas Ernley.
„ Henry Gray.
„ Nicholas Powtrell.
„ George Isaac.

James Coles.
„ Humphrey Calton.
„ William Woodroffe.
„ John Ecglefield.
„ James Welles.


folio 422.
1530. John Brewse.

Haddon.

George Blagge.

„ John Gillford.


folio 426.
„ William Nelson.

Christopher Peyton.
George Payne.
George Covert.


folio 423.


Christopher Stafforton.


„ John Everard.


„ William Roodes.


„ Jo. Reynolds.


„ Nicholas Rushton.


„ Henry Revitt.


„ John Ward.



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folio '^'i.^—icotitinued).


folio 431 — {continued).


1531- William Fitzwilliam.


1533. Ralph Pawlett.


„ Robert Flint.


„ Robert Peckham.


„ Thomas Hill.


„ Thomas Sacheverell.


.


„ Hugh Crescv (1531, Segar)


folio 428.


„ Rowland Bowkeley {sic).


„ Lionel Risby.


„ John Butler.


Edward Prichard.


,, Richard Bowles.


„ Richard Hone.


„ Richard Townley.


„ Francis Fureisher.


„ Thomas Spelman.


„ Robert Freston.


„ AViLLiAM Wuttine.


„ George Fitzwilliam.


„ Robert Watson.


1532. John Doyley.


„ Robert Rowlett.


„ Richard Mollineux.


„ Thomas Sawkell.


„ Richard Lucas.


Brian Stapleton.


„ Henry Littlebury.


Adrian Poynings.


„ Thomas Litixeburv.


„ William Talbot.


„ John Gibes.




„ Thomas Chichester.


folio 433.


„ Robert Craine.


John Smith.


„ John Battisford.


William Waller.


„ Francis Bassett.


Hugh Willoughby.


„ John Spelman.


„ William Nedham.


Jeffrey Styward.


„ John Dryland.


James Anderton.


„ John Myne.




„ John Gray.


folio 429.


Thomas Fitzherbert.


„ Tristram Larder.


„ William Cardinall.


„ Edward Gulford.


„ Roger Bodenham.


„ Richard Goodricke.


Thomas Barnewall.


„ James Pargiter.


„ Thomas Thrower.


„ Richard Peke.




„ Edward Hales.


folio 435.


„ Richard Ive.


1534. John Nevill.


„ Edward Hall.


„ Stephen Kyrton.


„ Robert Chester.


„ Robert Preston.


„ William Copley.


„ William Dallison.


„ William Wood.


„ William Cordall.


„ Thomas Welby.


Erasmus Heveningham.


Nicholas Bacon.


Richard Welby.




Thomas Spencer.


folio 431.


William Holes («V).


1 53 3- John Rastall.


William Jackson.


„ John Manvard («<).


„ Matthew Herbert.



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folio 436.


folio ^Z9—{ionfiiiiicd).


1534. John Sacheverell.


1536. Richard Covert.


„ Thomas Wriothesley (after Earl of


Edmund Cowes.


Southampton).


„ Jeffery Comoyld (,w).


„ Richard Wrench.




„ Robert Kirke.


folio 440.


Roger Dalion


„ William Style.


„ John Leeke.


John Rolles.


„ George Chaworth.


„ Richard Yaxley.


„ Thomas Payne.


„ James Whytames.


„ Rokert Chawsonnett.






„ James Luttrell.


folio 437.


„ John Gascoigne.


„ John Bacon.


„ John Bromhilt.


Nicholas Bryten.


„ Leonard Beckwith.


1535. Thomas Darrell.


1537. Francis Soone.


Thomas Marbury.




Benjamin Hide.


folio 442.


Christopher Hopton.


James Barnewall.


„ John Levett.


„ William Welborne.


„ Richard Kiddall.


„ William Bigott.


Robert Aldermanus.


Robert Wingfield.


„ Henry Styerley.


John Row.


„ John Wh alley.


George Vernon.




„ Charles Ellis.


folio 438.


William Walgrave.


William Patchett.


Robert Aldrich.


William Hill.


„ George Milton.


„ Edward Jermyn.


„ Richard Mew.


„ James Grindle.


„ Humphrey Greswold.


folio 439.


„ John Preston.


1536. Roger Watts.


„ Robert Farthington.


Henry Stoketh.


„ Richard Clerke.


„ Humphrey Skyres.


„ Henry Gotten.


„ Thomas Wroth.


folio 443


„ John Walpole.


„ John Fane.


„ Thomas Herbert.


„ William Darcy.


„ Ralph Holden.


„ John Seymer.


„ John Drew.




„ Richard Moore.


folio 444.


., Christopher Lewes.


„ Thomas Stanley.


„ James Gunther.


Anthony Thorold.


„ Robert Pratt.


Thomas Stevenson


„ John Fry.


., Bar. Waryner (153S).



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folio AiiiAi— {continued).
537. Nicholas Hussey.
Humphrey Hales.
John Holcroft.
Robert Denyes.
Richard Meyrick.
Henry Mansfield.
Thomas Lathwin.
Francis Longland.
Francis Gayle.
Gilbert Gerrard.
Anthony Pope.
William, Lord Paget.
Edward Ford.
Ralph Fjtton.
John Birch.
Anthony Browne.
William Br.ampton.

folia 449.
Eustace Woodford.
Charles Whalley.
William Swift.
Edward Thevell.
Richard Sherburne.
John Sherman.
Henry Vernon.
Henry Ward.
George Hogard.
Jo. Fitzherbert.
William Audley.
Richard Alban.
AViLLiAM Davile.
Robert Deane.
Edmund Dethicke.
Henry Grice.
William Greene.
William Gray.
Gaines Fowler.
William Chartsey.
George Chatterton
Richard Bunney.
Robert Blomhead.
Ba^ryford.



folio 451.



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