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Hereford, duke of. See Henry IV.

Hereford, Ric Beauchamp, bp. of, 100

Hereford (HarfFord), Rob. Crowley, dean
(should be archdeacon) of, 139

"Hertfordensisepiscopus," beheaded (1459),
153.— N.B. If the bp. of Hereford was
here intended, it is an error.

Hevyngham, Sir John, 157

Hewlyn, Will., mayor, 71

Hexham (Exham), Northumb., 79, 178,
179

Heydon, [John], 162

Heyron, Sir John, 160

Highbury, 48

Hodyliston, Sir John, 157

Holborn, 120, 121 ; St. Andrew's in, 122

Holderness, Robin of, 183

Holland, duke William of, visits England,
55

Holland; Jaqueline, duchess of, wife of
Humphrey, duke of Gloucester, 59, 60

Honte, Rawlyne, 79

Honte, Thos., 79

Hoo, Sir Thos., 102

Home, Robert, 103

Home, Rob., bp. of Winchester (1561-80),
135, 140

Howard, John, 157

Howard, lord, at Flodden, 87-9

Howlegrave, Thos., mayor, 92



INDEX.



197



Hoxton (Hogston), 143

Hugh, St., of Lincoln, 19, 32

Hull. Sir Thos., 70

Hungerford (Hongerford), lord, 79, 156,
15rt, 178. 179

Hungerford, [Thos.], lord Molines, be-
headed (146H), 182

Hunt, Thos.. footman of Henry VI., 179

, Walter, 179

Huntingdon, Sir Will. Clinton, earl of (1337-
54). S3

Huntingdon, John Holland, first earl of
that line, created duke of E.xeter (1397), 51

Huntingdon, countess of, 57

Huntingdon, John Holland, second earl of,
61, 62, 165

Huntingdon. 155

Huntingdonshire, inundations in, 154

Huntley, earl of, 88

Hurling time, the, 25, 48

Huske, (Uske?), Thos., serjeant-at-arms,
t. Ric, II.. 26

Husy. SirJhos., 178, 179

Hvde. abbot of, 105

Hyij, Sir Will., 161

Hyu. See Eu

Iden, Alex., 68

Ingerne, wife of Uther Pendragon, 11

Injunctions of Queen Elizabeth to the

clergy, 135
Interdict in King John's time, 32
Inundations, 154, 181
Ireland, Richard II. goes to, 27, 28 ; returns

from, 50 ; the duke of York comes from,

170
Ireland, duke of. See Vere, Sir Robert
Irish Bishop, an, escapes from the Tower,

132
Isabel of Bavaria, queen of Charles VI. of

France, 56
Isabella of France, queen of Edward II.,

21, 22, 40
Isabella, of France, queen of Richard II.,

26, 50
Islam (?), 152

Isle, , 98

Islington, 80, 143

Jacobites, or Dominican friars, 180

Jake Napis, nickname of the duke of Suffolk,

99-103
Jakis, Black, 179
James I., King of Scots (1406-37), 57, 165



James II., "the King of Scots with the red

face" (1437-60), 168
James IV., 87, 89
James VI. of Scotland, 143
Janyn, Marshaunt, 48
Jeffcrcy, Will., a heretic, 115
Jenyn, Stephen, mayor, 92
Jenyngs, Sir John, 1 14
Jews massacred, 31 ; exiled, 39
Joan (or Jane) duchess of Britanny, married

to Henry IV., 52
Jobson, Sir Eras., lieutenant of the Tower,

133
John, King, 18, 19, 29, 31-33
John II., King of France, called "son"

(should be "brother") of Philip of

Valois (Philip VI.), 23, 24, 45
John of Gaunt, 23, 24, 170
Jones, Master, 1 17

Josselynge, Ralph, mayor, knighted, 80
Juddc [John], master of the Ordnance, 73

103
Juillian, Will., 84

Kam, bailiff of 159

Katerton, Thos., 48

Katherine. See Catherine

Keepers and bailiffs of London, temp. Ric. I.

and John, 31, 32
Kemp, John, abp. of York (1426-51), of

Canterbury (1452-4) Cardinal and Lord

Chancellor, 68, 166
Kendal, John de Foix, earl of, 73
Kenilworth (Kyllingworthe) 67, 183
Kennedy, Sir Will., 78
Kent, 1.54-5, insurrection in. 25, 48, 66-68,

94, 149-151, 183—5 :— Henry VI. in. 68
Kent, Captain of, 1 54
Kent, Thomas Holland, third earl of, created

duke of Surrey, 51 ; beheaded, 52
Kent, countess of, widow of first earl,

married to the Black Prince, 24
Kent, Countess of, widow of third earl, 57
Kent. Edmund Holland, fourth earl of

(1400-7), .53
Kent, Will. Nevill, earl of, t. Edward IV., 77,

157, 159
Kent, Thos, 102
Kilmainham (Kylmayne) in Ireland, prior

of, 65
Kingston bridge, 69
Knights of the Bath, manner of making,

106-113
KnoUis, Sir Robert, 46



198



INDEX.



Knotte, King. See Canute

Knyston, , 104

Kyllingworthe. See Kenilworth
Kymbeline (Cymbeline), King,
Kyme, earl of. See Tailbois

Kyrkeby, , 48

Kyrton, Mrs., 132

Kyryell (Ciiriel), Sir Thos., 76, 155, 172

Lambart, alderman, sheriff, 141
Lambeth, 131, 135, 167, 174
Lampole, Sir Thos. 157
Lancaster, Henry, earl of (1346), 82 ; after-
wards duke, 23
Lancaster, John of Gaunt, duke of, 24, 47,

49, 51
Lancaster, St. Thomas, earl of, 20
Langley, Richard IL, buried at, 28, 30, 52 ;

his body removed from, 54
Langley, Edmund of, duke of York, 24
Langley, alderman, 141
Langley Castle, Northumberland, 176
Langton. Thos. [should be John] bp. of St.

David's, Chancellor of Cambridge (ob.

1447), 151
Latimer, lord, 157
Launde, prior of, executed, 52
Launson. See Alengon
La-Warr, Thos. West, lord (1486), 104-5
Lawnde, Robert, knighted, 48
Lear (Leyre), King, 3
Lee. See A.le
Legge, John, 48

Leicester, 59, 152, 175 ; Parliament at, 66
Leicester, Rob. Dudley, earl of, 129. 137
Lennox, earl of (1513), 88
countess of (Darnley's mother),

132, 141
Lewfis, battle of, 19,37
Lewis, the lord, 158
Limehouse (Lymeoste), 66
Lincoln, John Russell, bp. of (1480-95)

104-5
Lincoln,Will., Alnwick, bp. of (o6. 1449), 151
Lionel, son of Edward III., 170; made duke

of Clarence, 24
Lincoln, my lord (bishop?) of, 156 (John

Chedworth, bp. 1452-71)
Lisle, lord, son of Talbot, first earl of

Shrewsbury, 166
Llewelyn (Newlyn), Prince of Wales, 20,

35,38
Lodge, Sir Thos., mayor of London, 126-7
Lombard Street, 137



Lombards, the, and the mercers " horlynge "
between,?

Lomney, Sir Ralph, 52

Lomney (Lumley?), lord, 157

London, founded by Brutus, 2. London-
bridge and great part of city burnt, 32,
Stone bridge begun, 33. Castle Baynard
destroyed, ih. Henry IIL intended to cast
down the city walls, ib. Warren granted
to the city, 34; also common seal and other
rights, ib. Ordinance touching sheriffs,
34. Fall of a tower of London Bridge,
62, 149 ; Jack Cade in, 67. Heads placed
on London Bridge, 68, 73. Battle on
London- bridge, ii. Duke of York rides
through, 69. Tower at war with the city,
73. Scarcity of victuals in, 122. Mortality
of the plague in, 123-5. The old bishops
removed from the Tower (1563), 126.
Chamber and chamberlain of L., 126,
Mayor of, bankrupt, 126, 127. Mayor
wears a beard, 127. Procession of Dud-
ley, earl of Leicester, through, 137. The
■ city threatened by the Northern men, 172.
Certain merchants of, made knights of the
Bath, 180. Kentish men attack, 183, 184

London, keepers and bailiffs of, under Rid.,
31; under John, 31, 32: — mayors and
sheriffs of, under John, 32, 33; under
Henry III., 33-38; under Edward I., 38-
40; under Edward II., 40-43; under
Edward III., 43-47 ; under Richard II. ,
47-51 ; under Henry IV., 52-54; under
Henry V.. 54-57 ; under Henry VI., 58-
75 ; under Edward IV., 78-80. N.B.—
These officers are not indexed individually
under their names, as lists of them can be
found in many other works. See Appen-
dix to the " Historical Collections of a
Citizen of London," pp. 241-279

London-bridge, 137, 140, 179, 184. See
also London

London -house (bishop of London's palace),
169, 183

London-stone, 137

London, John Stokesley, bp. of, 89

London, Edmund Grindall, bp. of, 130, 140

London, bp. of, his man's house at Hoxton,
143

London, Rob. Gilbert, bp. of (ob. 1448), 151

Louis IV. of Bavaria (" Lowes Emperoure
of the Normaynes "), 84

Louis XI. of France, 158, 181

Lovell, John lord (1454-63), 73



INDEX.



!!)!♦



Lowe, John, bp. of Rochester, 100

IauI, kiii<;, 5

Lucius (lAicye), king, converted to Chris-

tianirv, f., 7
Lucy, sir Will., 74
Luiigate, 137
Ludlow, 72, Ifi^i
Lumlcy. .SVc Lomney
Lumley, Marmaduke, bp. of Carlisle (1430-

50), 151
Luton, near St. Alban's, 155
Luxemburg, Louis de, Cardinal abp. of

Rouen and bishop of Ely (1438-43),

chancellor of Normandy, C>4
Lyard, Walter [bp. of Norwich?], 101
Lyle, Sir Humphrey, 88
Lyle. lord, of Crayl'e, 159
Lyndesey, Sir Alex., 164
Lyons, Richard, 48

Machony, 84

Mackerell, Dr., 161

Maine. See Anjou

Malarie, Sir Ric, mayor of London, 133

Malery, Sir Thos., 157

Malley (Mawley). lord, 161

Maljias, I'hilip, 67, 103. 150

Malt (l»vsi>>)i>), price of, 151, 156, 159

Maltravers (Matrevys), lord, 105

Man, Will.. 132

Manchester, 125

Mandfeld (Mansfield), Gebonde or Gilbert,

50
Manning, Dr., 80
March, earl of. Ste Edward IV. : Mortimer,

Edmund and Roger
Marcham Dale, Sir William, 157
Mardyke, near Calais, 62
Mare, Bernard de la, 1 78
Mare, Edw. (q. Bernard?) de la, 179. [See

Gregory, 225]
Marfyn, John, 79. See Merfyn.
Margaret of Anjou, Queen of Henry, VL,

61.79, 149, 1,54-6, 158, 160, 162, 166,

175, 180, 184
Margaret, sister of Edward IV., married to

Charles duke of Burgundy, 182
Margaret, sister of Philip IV. of France, 20
Maroke. Charles of, 84
Marr, earl of, 164
Marrebon, count of, 164
Marshal, Earl and Countess. See Mowbray
Marshalsea in South wark, 115, 121, 136
Marshaunt, Janyn, 48



Martin V., pope, 56

Massam, Nich., 179

Massy, Nic, 80

Matrevys. Si:c Maltravers

Maud, daughter of Malcolm III. of Scotland

niarrird to lU'nry Ikaiiclerc, 17
Mauley (Malley), lord, 161
Maximilian II.. Emperor, 142
Maxon (Maxwell), lord, Scotch Warden of

the West Marches, 159
Mayence, abp. of, 85
Mayors of London. .St'c London
Mcautis (Nutas), John, French secretary to

Henry VIII., 93
Meaux en Brie, 57, 58
Medilton, , attendant of Humph, duke

of Gloucester, 65
Melbourne, 155
Melder, Reynold, duke of, 84
Mellyn, Sir Roger, 161
Menteith (Mountyf), earl of, taken prisoner

at Durham (Nevill's Cross), 23
Mercers, the, and the Lombards, " horlynge"

between, 70
Merfyn, Rob., [should be John. .Sicr Rolls

of Pari. V. 47 7] , 1 79. See also Marfyn
Middleham (Medlame), Yorkshire, 72, 79,

179
Milan, duchess of, her daughter married to

the earl of Kent, t. Hen. IV., 53
Minories, the, 142-3
Molines (Mullens), lord, 160
Moleyns, Adam, keeper of the privy seal,

afterwards bp. of Chichester, 64, 101 ;

murdered, 151

Monkys, , 75

Mons (Moynys), in Hainault, 59
Montague, John Nevill, lord (1461-71),

156, 159, 178, 179 -.—Created earl of

Northumberland (1464), 179
Montfort, Simon de, earl of Leicester, 19
Montgomery (Mongorye), Sir Thomas, 157
Montgomery, John, 78
More, John, 1 15
Mortain, earl of, 165
Mortimer, Anne and .\lianore, daughters of

Roger earl of March, 170
Mortimer, Edmund, earl of March, 170-1
Mortimer, John, name assumed by Cade 66
Mortimer, Sir John, 5h, 14>i
Mortimer. Roger, earl of March, 170
Mortimer, Sir Roger, 21, 22,43
Mortimer's Cross, battle of, 77
Mortlond (Herts ?), 158



200



INDEX.



Morton, the lord (qu. Dr.), 158

Morton, Dr. (afterwards Cardinal), 159, 161

Mountford (MowmfiFord), [Osbert], 73

Mountjoy, Walter Blount, lord, 182

Mountjoy place, 143

Mountyf. See Menteith

Mowbray, Humphrey [John], third duke of

Norfolk, 162
Mowbray, Thos., earl of Nottingham, earl

Marshall, afterwards duke of Norfolk, 26,

27, 51
Mowbray, Catherine, Countess Marshall,

widow of preceding, 57
Mownforth, Sir Tho., 157
Mowntener, lord, 157
Mullens, lord, 160
Mundy, mayor, 93
Murray, earl of (slain 1424), 164
Murray, Jas., earl of, 141
Murray, lord Chas.,159
Mylborn, mayor, 93
Myleton, W., D.D., 163

Myners, , 103

Mynsterworthe, John, 47
Mytton, Gilbert of, 41



Navarre (Navernj count of, 164

Navarre, King of (John II.), 158

Nedam, , yeoman of Humphrey duke of

Gloucester, 65

Nevell, , of the Temple, 73

Nevill, Sir John, son of Ric, earl of Salis-
bury, 70

Nevill, Ralph, lord, created earl of West-
moreland, 51

Nevill, Geo., bp. of Exeter (1456-65), abp.
of York (1465-76), chancellor (1460-3),
74, 153, 173, 178

Nevill, lord (1486), 105

Nevill, [John] , lord (brother of the earl of
Westmoreland), 171 ; slain at Towton
(1461), 160, 161

Nevill, Alex., abp. of York, 26

Nevill's Cross (Durham), battle of, 23

Newall (Nowall), [Alex.] , dean of St. Paul's,
130

Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 79, 179

Newgate, 80, 122, 148, 149

Newgate Market, 121

Newhaven. See Havre de Grace

Newlyn. See Llewelyn

Newmarket, (Novum Mercatum), 149

Newnton, Thos., 50



Newporte. See Nieuport

Nicholas of the Tower, ship named, 66, 99

Nieuport, in Flanders, 26

Nocston, Sir Thos., 157

Nomannyslond, St. Alban's, 155

Norbockewe, Sir Henry, 161

Norbury, John, 49

Norcyn, David, book of, 103

Norfolk, inundations in, 154

Norfolk, price of corn in, 159

Norfolk and Suifolk, 155; proposed invasion

of, 158
Norfolk, Thos. Mowbray, first duke of (1397-

1413), 27
Norfolk, John Mowbray, third duke of,

(1432-61), 61, 76, 77, 97, 151, 155, 161,

(misnamed Humphrey), 162, 172, 173
Norfolk, John Mowbray, fourth duke of,

(1461-76), 157
Norham castle taken by the Lancastrians,

178
Norman, John, mayor of London, 69
Normandy, Chancellor of. See Luxemburg,

Louis de
Normandy, invaded by Henry V., 55, 56;

lost. 66, 97, 166
North, Roger lord (1564-1600), 143
Northampton, 153, 162, 183; parliament

at, 48 ; battle of, 74, 153, 169
Northampton, John of, 49
Northumberland, earldom of, 183
Northumberland, Henry Percy, first earl of,

(1377-1408), 51, 53
Northumberland, Henry Percy, second earl

of, (1414-55), 70, 152, 166
Northumberland. Henry Percy, third earl of

(1455-61), 71, 160, 161, 168
Norwell, Will., 85
Norwich, Henry, (not Richard), Spencer,

bp. of. 26, 49
Norword, John, 47
Norys, Sir Will., 157
Nottingham, 155
Nottingham, Thos. of Mowbray, earl of, 26,

49
Nottingham, Sir Will. Becheham, earl, 83.

See foot note
Nowell, Alex., dean of St. Paul's, 130, 132
Nutas. See Meautis

" Obedience of a Christian Man," the, book

called, 90
Ofifa, king, founder of St. Alban's, 13
Ogle, lord, 157 {note), 159



INDEX.



201



Okelcy, , 75

Old Fish street. St. Margaret's. 140

Old Swan, the, 131

Oldale (Oldhall). Sir Will., If.4

Oldcastle, Sir John, lord Cobham, .53, 54,

5r>; book of, 90
Orleans, siege of, 60
Orleans, Louis, duke of, 53, 54
Orleans, Charles, duke of, r>2
Ormond, Jas. Butler, fourth earl of, G5
Ormond, Thos.. 1,')8
Ormund. Sir John, 161
Orth. Sir Hugh. 164
Osey, Sir Harry of, 157
Oswald. St., King of Northumberland. 12
Oswestry, Salop, 142
Oswyne, King of Northumberland, 12
Owen, Sir David, 104
0.^ford, 177 ; persons beheaded at, 52
0.\ford, Robert Vere, 9th earl of, aft. Duke

of Ireland. See Vere, Sir Robert
Oxford. Sir John Vere, 7th earl of (1331-

60), 84
Oxford, John Vere, 12th earl of (1417-Gl),

78. 162
Oxford. John Vere, 13th earl of (1464-1513),

105
Oxford, Edw. Vere, 17th earl of (1562-

1604), his place in St. Swithin's church-
yard. 137
Oxyll (qu. Ogle), lord, 157
Oye, 62

Padolyse, Sir Piers, 157
Palm Sunday field. See Towton, battle of
Paris, 166; Henry VI. crowned at, 61, 164
Parker, Henry, Carmelite Friar, 180
Parker, Matt., abp. of Canterbury (1559-

75), )29, 135
Partridge, Sir Miles, 127
Paul II., pope, 181

Paul's Cross, 89. 125-6, 128, 173, 180
Peas, price of, 159
Pecock(Pokok), Reginald, bp. of Chichester.

accused of heresy (1457), 71, 167-8
Pekerynge, [Jas.], 76
Pellam. capt., 142
Pembroke, Sir Laurence Hastings, earl of,

t. Edw. III., 84
Pembroke, John Hastings, earl of, t. Ric.

II., 48
Pembroke, Jasper Tudor, earl of (1452-61),

77; taken prisoner, 155; appointed to in-

vadeEngland,158;inBamboroughcastIe,(7).
Penycoke, John, U'l

CAMD. sor. 2



Pcnyngton. Will., 178, 17'J

Percy, Sir Harry (Hotspur), 51, .')2

Percy, Sir Ralph, 156, 158, 176, 178

Percy, doiiiinus R. dc, ICO

Percy, Sir Thos., created earl of Worcester,

51, 52
Percy, Sir Thos. [lord Egremont], breaks

out of Newgate, 70
Percy, Will., bp. of Carlisle (1452-62), 152
Perpoynt, Mrs., 1212
Pestilence, the first, t. Edw. 111., 44 ; the

great, 45 ; the third, Uk ; the fourth, 46 ;

the fifth, 4 7
Peterborough, 155

Philip of Valois (Philip VI. of France), 23
Philippa, daughter of Lionel, duke of

Clarence, 170-1
Philippa of Hainhault, Queen of Edward

III., 21. 24,43
Philpott, John, knighted, 48
Philpot, John, parson of St. Michael's,

Cornhill, 126, 139, 140
Pickering. See Pekerynge
Piggate, Sir Ralph, 161
Plague in London, mortality of the, 123-5,

144-7
Pleshy (Flaschey), the D'jke of Gloucester's

place, 2~, 52
Plomer, John, knighted, 80, 182
Plumpton(Plomtun). Sir Will., 161
Plummer, Sir Thos., 182
Poitiers (Peyters). battle of, 23, 45
Pokok. See Pecock
Pokrych (Puckeridge), Herts. 162
Pole (Poole), Sir Michael de la, earl of

Suffolk, 26
Pole, William de la. See Suffolk
Pomfret, 28, 52, 154

Ponington, Sir Will., warden of Topcliff, 79
Pont de I'Arche (Pountelarge), taken, 56
Pont Meulan (Pownt-Melayne), surrendered

58
Ponynges, lord, 164
Popering, near Calais, 62, 165
Pork. Sir Matt., 164

Porter. , 162

Portugal, King of (Alfonso V), 158
Poultry, the (stocks called the Pultrie), 121

Counter in, 143

Powes, lord, 157, 159

Poyncs, Mr. 104

" Practyse of Prelates," the, book called, 90

Prague, lords of. war against, 60

Preston, lord. 159

Prohibited books. 8$

D



202



INDEX.



Provence, Eleanor, daughter of the count

of, married to Henry III., 35
Pryce, Will., 79

Puckeridge (Pokrych), Herts, 162
Pudding Lane, 143

Pulford, , 103

Pultrie. See Poultry,

Puritans, 143

Pygot, Sir Ralph, 157

Raclyf, Henry, of Framysden, 161

Radcote (Ratcote), Oxfordshire, meeting of
lords against Richard II. at, 26

Radynton, Sir Baldwin, 50

Ravenspur, Yorkshire, Richard II. lands at,
27,51

Reading Abbey, Henry I. buried at, 18, 29

Abbot of, 100

Redesdale, Robin of, 182

Resie, John, mayor, 93

Reyner, Sir Will., 157

Richard, I., 18,29, 31

Richard, II., 24-28, 30, 52, 170

Richard, III. See Gloucester, duke of .

Richard, son of Henry I., 17

Richard, earl of Cornwall, son of King
John, 19

Richmond, 143

Risebank at Calais, 73

Rivers, Ric. Woodville lord, 72, 102, 157,
180, 183; his son Anthony. >S'«e Woodville

Robin of Redesdale, 182

Robin of Holderness, 183

Rochester, 136

Rochester, Edmund Gheast, bp. of ( 1 55 9-7 1 ),
130

Rochester, John Lowe, bp. of, 100

Rolls, Master of (Sir Will. Cordell), 120

Rolles, Sir John of the, 117, 120

Rone. See Rouen

Rood lane, 139

Roos, Thomas lord (1431-64) 76, 80;
appointed to invade England, 158 ; in
Bamborough Castle, ib. ; slain, 156; re-
ported as slain at Towton, 160 ; his con-
flicts with Montague, 178 ; beheaded, 179

Roose, Sir Rob., secretary to King Henry
VL, 64, 101

Rosamond's Bower, 18

Rosell, John, 179

Rouen (Rone), besieged and taken, 56

Rouen, Cardinal abp. of, Louis de Luxem-
burg), 64

Routhe, Thos., 79



Roxburgh besieged by James I., 165; by

James II., 168
Roye, Friar. His Book against the Seven

Sacraments, 90
Royston, 149, 151, 155, 156
Russell, Anne, daughter of Francis earl of

Bedford, married to Ambrose Duley earl

of Warwick, 134
Russell (Rosell) John, 179
Russell, John, bp. of Lincoln. See Lincoln
Russell, Sir John, of Worcester, 158
Rutland, earl of, t. Ric. II. created duke of

Albemarle (" Arondell " in text), 51
Rutland, earl of, son of Ric. duke of York,

72, 75, 76, 154
Ruthyn. See Grey
Rye, 140
Rynge Crosse, 143

Sackville. See Sakefylde

St. Alban's, 73, 76, Abbey of, 13

[John Whethamstede] abbot of,



100



first battle of, 70, 149, 152, 168,

169 ; second battle of, 76, 155, 172

St. Alborghe, abbot of 101

St. Andrew's Undershaft, 93, 132

St. Antholine's, 139

St. Asaph, Thomas, bp. of, 100

St. Bartholomew's the Less, parson of, 1-j6

St. David's, John Delabere, bp. of, 101

St. Edmund's. See Bury St. Edmund's

St. Edward the Confessor, shrine of, 37

St. George. See Seynt George

St. George's in the Fields, 137

St. Giles in the Fields, 71

St. Giles without Cripplegate, 135, 139

St. James', 129

St. John's priory, 48 ; prior of, 184

St. Katherine's, 63, 132

St. Katherine's Pool, 143

St. Lawrence, master of, 102

St. Magnus', 138-9

St. Margaret Pattens, 139

St. Margaret's, Old Fish Street, 140

St. Martin's, 93

St. Martin's Ironmonger Lane, 127

St. Mary Abchurch, parson of, 127

St. Mary Magdalen's, Milk Street, 136

St. Mary Overy's church, founded, 32 ;
churchyard, 75; stairs, 137

St. Michael's, Cornhill, parson of, 126

St. Mildred's in Bread Street, 138

St. Neot's, 154



INDEX.



203



St. Nicholas Lane, 137

St. Paul's, London, f>9, 75, 134, 139, 142,

184 ; churchyard, 167 ; steeple of, 57, G5,

78, 116. 149

Alex. Nowell, dean of, 130

St. Paul's churchyard, 137
St. Peter of Milan. 36
St. Peter's, Cornhill, 91

parson of, 139, 140

St. Peter le Poer, (?) 139

St. Swithin's churchyard, London, 137

St. Thomas of Acres, in Cheap, 142

St.ThomasofCanterbury(Becket), 18, 19,33

St. Thomas, earl of Lancaster, 20

St. Thomas Watering, 68

Sakefylde, lady, 121

Sakvyll Place, l4l

Salisbury, 69

Salisbury, Ric. Nevill, earl of, 70-76 ; 153,

154,168,171. See also " Earls, the three "

, his place, 75

, his son Thomas, 171

Salisbury, John de Montacutc, earl of, con-
spires against Henry IV., 28; beheaded. 52
Salisbury, Thos. deMontacute, earl of, (1409-

28), 58, 164
Salisbury, bp. of (Thos. Langton), 105
Salisbury, bp. of, (Will. Ayscough), 67, 69,

100
Salisbury Court, 141
Salisbury, Sir John, 26
Samflford Hill, 48
Sandwich, 72, 73. 153 ; spoiled by the

French, 71, 152, 166; intended landing

at, 158
SandyflForde, near Southampton, 74
Saturday. " The Wode Saturday," 47
Sandynforde, Yorkshire, 154
Savey, Sir John, 157
Savoy, the, London, 24, 48. 122
Say, Jas. Fienes, lord, 66, 67, 101
Say, John, 101
Say, lord John, 150. This is an error, Jas.,

lord Say, being intended
Say, lord (1462), 157
Say, Will., 102
Scales, Thos. lord (1418-60), 60, 68, 73, 75,

151, 153, 164, 169
Scales, Anthony, lord. See Woodville
Scalys, lord, said to have been killed at

Towton (1461), 160, 161
Scot, Sir John, 157

Scot, a. preacher at St. Magnus, 138-9
Scotland, 40, 41, 49; news out of, 159 ;



Lancastrian lords in, 158 ; Henry VI. and
Margaret of Anjou in, 175 ; truce with, 181
lord chamberlain of, 88



Scots in possession of Berwick, 175

Scots with Margaret of Anjou, 155, 175,

176, 177
Scrope, Roger, abp. of York, 53
Scrope, Sir Will, (created earl of Wiltshire

by Richard II.), 27,28, 51
Scrope, Hanry, lord, beheaded t. Hen,V., 55
Scrope, Henry, lord (in 1561), 119
Scrope of Bolton, lord, 157
Scutage, 37
Seeton, Yorksh., 160

Senkeler, , 75

Serjeant's feast, the, 142

Serle, Will., the murderer of Thomas of

of Woodstock, duke of Gloucester, 53
Seton (Towton), battle of, 161, 162
Seynt Gorge, Sir Geo., 157
Shaftesbury, 1 1 7
Sharp (Scharp), Jack, 148
Shegge (Slegg?) Stephen, 102
Shene, 26
Sheriffs of London. See London. Not to

hold oflSce more than a year, 34
Sherevvod, Harry, and his wife, 121, 122
Sherwood Forest, captain in, 162
Shireborne, battle at (battle of Towton), 77. .

See Towton
Shooters Hill, (Sheters Hill), 61
Shoreditch churchyard, 126
Shrewsbury, battle of, 52
Shrewsbury, first earl of. &€ Talbot
Shrewsbury, John Talbot, second earl of

(1453-60), 74, 153, 169
Shrewsbury, John Talbot, third earl of

(1460-73), 157, 159, 160, 161
Sicily, kmgof, 158

Sigismund, the Emperor visits England, 55
Skipton in Craven (Shipton in Crawyn),

castle of, taken by the Lancastrians, 178;

surrendered to Edward IV., 179
Slegge (Stephen?), 98, 102
Sluys (Skluse, Slews), naval battleat, 22, 44
Smithfield, 48, 55, 63, 126, 181

prior of St. John's in, 184



Soham, 154

Somerset, John Beaufort, first earl of,

created marquis of Dorset, 51
Somerset, John Beaufort, first duke

(1443-4), 64
Somerset, Edmund Beaufort, second duke

of (1448-55). 70, 149, 152



of



204



INDEX.



Somerset, Henry Beaufort, third duke of
(1455-64), 71, 76, 79. 154. 168, 171, 172,
174 ; attainted, 175 ; preparing to invade
England, 156, 158 ; in Bamborough
Castle, 158 ; submits to King Edward,
176 ; deserts him, 177; his battles with
Somerset, 178 ; reported as slain, 156,
160 ; beheaded, 179
Somerset, Edmund Beaufort, fourth duke of

beheaded (1471), 184
Somerset, lord John, of, 184
Somerset, master, 101

Somerset, Sir Charles, 105

Somner, Ric, 48

Southampton, 55

Southwark, 137, 140, 154 ; burnt, 32 ; men
beheaded in, 68 ; Yorkists in, 73 ; Mar-
shalsea in, 115, 121 ; hay-cart burnt in,
117 ; ravaged by Kentish men, 183

Southwick (Sowtwyk), lord, 157

Southwell (Suthwell), the lord. 158

Spain, duke of, 158

Spain, men of, to invade England, 158

Spaldynge, Piers of, 41

Sparke's place beside Oye, 62

Spencer, lord, created earl of Gloucester,
51 ; beheaded, 52


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