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ColeshuUe (Colishulle\ sec John de

ColeshuUe, Nicholas de ColeshuUe,

and William de ColeshuUe.
CoUe Parmenter, 41.
CoUys, John, son of Thomas, 105.
CoUys, Thomas, his grave-stone, 105.
ColushuUe (CoUeshylle), see ColeshuUe.
Comb, William, 205.
Combe, Long, parish of, 140; parishion-
ers married at Line. Coll. chapel, 140.
Combere, see John le Cumbur, and

Robert de Combere.
Comenor, sec Cumnor.
Conipendhwi morale, MS., 119.
Compton, see John de Cumton.
Compton, sir William, 208.
Comun, Lambert, his daughter Floren-
tine, 80.
Consecrations of College Chapels :

Lincoln College (1631), 136-155.

Brasenose CoUege (i666\ 157-164.

Queen's College (1717), 165-174.
Cook (Cocus), see John the Cook, and

Richard the Cook.
Cooper, see John le Cupcre.
Cooper, mr., registrar of Archdeaconry

of Oxford, 212.
Cooper, Frank, his house (part of

Angel hotel), 270.
Corbet, Richard, bp. of Oxford, 139,

141-143.
Cordewaner, see

Christian le Cordwaner.

Hugh le C, Lambert the C.

James le C. William le C.

Cornish, Thomas, suffr. bp. of Wells,

205.
Cornore, see Joan la Cornore.
Cornwall, earl of ^1279), 9, 37, 43, 60.



INDEX



3^9



Corvisair (Cordwainer), see James le

Corvisair.
Costar, Richard, 270, 284, 286, 297,

300, 301, 304-308.
Costard, Robert, 78.

— his wife Emma, 78, 85.
[Coste], see Cowley (Cofle).
Costus, king, 206.

Cotes, arras of, 125.

Cotesdcne [Cuttesden], see Margery de

Cotesdene.
Courtney, arms of, 108.
Couuer, see Benedict le Cuuer, John le

Cuuer, Nicholas le Cuuer, and Ralph

de Couuer.
Coventry, bp. of (1279), tenements of,

6, 15, 58-

— see of Lichfield and Coventry, arms
of, 125, 130.

Coventry, lord, 211.

Coward, mr., parson of Kingston Sea-
more, 217, 218.

Cowley (Cofle, Coflea, Couelee\
Knights Templars of, their shops,
&c. in Oxford, 4, 33, 40, 53, 56, 73,

74, 75. 81, 96.

— customary tenants of, 70.

— see also Alexander de Coueleye,
John de Cofle, and Roger de Couele.

Cowley, Abr., song by, 218.

Cowman (Vaccarius), see Nicholas the
Cowman.

Cowper, arms of, 130.

Coxham, see Cuxham.

Coyfere, see Dionysia la Coyfere, and
Emma la Coyfere.

Crabb, J., of the University library, 215.

Cracknell, Edward, 267, 275, 278.

Cranbourn Chase, 216.

Cranmer, Thomas, archbp. of Canter-
bury, his martyrdom, 213.

Crekelade, see Nicholas de Crekelade.

Cristine la Prute, 50.

Crompe, Agnes, 82.

Crompe, Constance, 87.

Crompe, Henry, 93.

Crompe, Walter, 89.

Crompe, William, 33, 76, 93.

— his father John, 33.

— his son John, 93.

Crompton, William, monument of, 109.
Crooke, Thomas, monument of, 103.
Croston, Edmund, his tomb, 107.
Crowsley Park, 178.
Crowther, Joseph, 225.
Crupes, see William de Crupes.
Cruste, Adam, 55.
Cruste, Amicia, 33.
Cruste, John, 15.
Cruste, Thomas, 55.

— his father William, 55.



Cuddesdon, 182.

— see also Margery de Cotesdene.
Cudding, Walter, 90.

— his son Peter, 90.

Cudelinton, see Robert de Cudelinton.
Culvert (Culverd, Culvard), John,

alderman, 3, 4, 21, 37, 53, 56, 79,

88,92.
Culvert (Culverd), William, 86, 92.
Cumbur,j-f^ John le Cumbur,a«(/ Robert

de Combere.
Cumfort, Richard, 93.
Cumnor (Cummenore), see Henry de

Comenor, a«(/ Roger de Cummenore.
Cumton, see Compton.
Cupere, see John le Cupere.
Curcy (Kurcy), Catherine, 60, 61.

— her brother Philip Burgeys, 60.
Curri, Adam, 90.

— his daughter Rose, 90.
Curtlinton, see Kirtlington.
Cuuer, see Couuer.
Cuulter, see Elias le Cuulter.
Cuxham (Coxham) , j^^ John de Coxham.
Cyssor, see Guy the Tailor.

D., mr., a farmer at Dorchester, 292.

— his fine oats, 304.
Dadington, see Deddington.
Damage, see Carnage.
Dame, Henry, 51, 52, 57.
Dameri, Roger, 92.
Danby, earl of, 187.

Davies, mr., parson of Sandford, 217.
Dawes, sir William, archbp. of York
and Visitor of Queen's Coll., 166.

— his Form ef cansecration of the
Chapel of Queen's College, 17 19;
167 seqq.

Day, the, a coach, 271.
Dayly [Doyley], Henry, 97.
Dayrel, Paul, 192.

— his wife Barbara, 192.

Deaf (Surdus"), see John the Deaf.

Dean, Forest of, 296.

Deane, see Thomas the Dean, and

William the Dean.
Deane, dr., chancellor, 161, 162, 163.
Deddington, see Richard de Dadington.
Defiance, the, a coach, 273, 292, 307.
Delham, see John de Delham.
Deliva [Bolnia ?] the Jewess, 11.
Derby, Edward, archdn. of Stow, 221.
Derby, Mabel, 52.
Derham, see Andrew de Durham.
Derhyde, land in Headington manor, 66.
Dervorguilla, wife of John Balliol, q. v.
Desbuer, Thomas, 34.
Deuport, see Alexander de Deuport.
Dewenys, see William le Deweneys.
De\vy, Maud, 39.



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INDEX



Dewy, Richard, his uncle Robert, 39.
Didcot, see William de Dodecote.
Digby, lord, 218.
Dikun (Dykun), Alice, 21, 51, 52.

— her brother dom Peter, 21.
Dillon, lord, 278.

Dinder, vicars of, 217.

Dionysia, 50.

Dionysia la Coyfere, 36, 37, 63.

Ditchley Park, 278.

Dodecote, see Didcot.

Dodeford, see Henry de Dodeford.

Dodeling, Alan, 82, 83, 92.

Dodeling, Florentine, 86.

Dodingfield, arms of, 117.

Dogma philosophorum moralium, MS.,

119.
Dolben, dr. John, canon of Ch. Ch., 1 84.
Donel, Levin, 94.

— his son Brumman, 94.

— his brother Walter, 94.
Donham, see William de Donham.
Dorchester (Dorkcestre), 64, 292.

— abbot of, 84.
Dorchester Fields, 303.
Dorchester, see also Agatha de Dork-

cester, Isabel de Dorkcester, and
Richard de Dorkcester.

Dorrell, dr., preb. of Winchester, 184.

Dosier, see l<ichard le Dosyere, Robert
le Dosier, and Walter le Dosier.

Dotyn, Walter, monument of, 102.

Dowdeswell Hill, 287, 297.

Dowling, mr., of London, 298.

Downham, arms of, 125.

Doyley, arms of, 109, 120.

Doyley (Doyli), fee of, 96.

Doyley, see l^obert de Oilli.

Doyley (Doyli), Henry, 97.

Draper, sir Thomas, 191.

Driffeld, see Thomas de Driffeld.

Drinkwater, George, 272, 308.

Drury, Robert, 54.

Dry, mr., 280.

Duck, Arthur, fellow of All Souls Coll.,
200.

Dudley, Richard, chancellor of Salis-
bury, 204.

Duke, see Hugh le Duke.

Dunce, mr., of Pusey, 217.

Duppa, Bryan, 181.

Dupre, madam, proprietress of Star
Hotel, 273.

Durham, William archdeacon of, 121.

Durham (Derham), see Andrew de
Derham, and Thomas de Derham.

Dykun, see Dikun.

E — n, dr., takes parochial duty at

Horsepath, 281.
Eadisley castle, co. Heref., 177.



Eadon, James, 275.

Eager, — , 308.

Eagle, the, a coach, 276.

Earl Marshal, the (1821), 233 seqq.

— Deputy Earl Marshal (1821), 235
seqq.

Eaton, dr. Byrom, 224.

Economy without Monopoly, the coach,

273-
Edmund, St., archbp. of Canterbury,

224.
Edriche (Edryche), John, son of

Nicholas, 25, 27, 30.
Edward the Confessor, arms of, 121.
Edward I, king, arms of, 123.

— precept of, 4.

Edward II, founder of Oriel College,

204.
Edward III, 204.
Edward IV, arms of, 1 26.
Edward VII, his coronation, 230; the

Mayor of Oxford duly lodged his

claim to serve wine as Assistant

Butler, 230.
Eglefield, arms of, 118.
Eglesfield, Robert, chaplain to queen

Philippa, 221.
Eldhe [or Eldee], fishery near, 44.
Eleanor, queen, mother of K. Edward I,

II.
Elekin the Jew, 11.
Elias le Cuulter, 5,57.
Elias le Lingedraper, 89.
Elizabeth, queen, arms of, 12K.

— monument of, in St. Peter's in the
East, 106.

EUeswylle, see Walter de EUeswylle.

Ellis, Charles, agent in London for the
Mayor of Oxford, his bill of costs at
the Coronation (1821), 227-263. •

Elmeleie, see Albred de Elmeleie, and
Thomas de Elmeleie.

Elsfield (Ellefeld), see Richard de
EUefeld.

Ely, see Maud de Ely.

Emma la Coyfere, 37, 63.

Emma la Lodere, 50.

Enfaunt, sec John le Enfaunt.

England, Chief Butler of, at the Coro-
nation, 229.

— the Queens have not held a Coro-
nation banquet, 230.

England and France, arms of, 101,103-
108, 113, 115, 116, 120-124, 126,
128-131, 133.

Ensham, see Eynsham.

Enstone, 286.

Erasmus, Desiderius, 158.

Erdswick, arms of, iiS.

Krin-go-bragh coach, the, 290.

Eraald le Goer, 81, 87, 89.



INDEX



321



Emald le Goer, her daughters Chris-
tina, Constantia and Agnes, 81, 87.

Emeburg, Nicholas, sen., 82.

Espicer, see Gonnora la Espicere, John le
Espicer, Nicholas le Specere, Thomas
le Specer, atui William le Espicer.

Esseburn. see Ashbourne.

Estcot, see Simon le Estcot.

Esveske, see Benedict le Esveske.

Eton College, arms of, 116.

Eu (Ewe), see John de Eu, Philip de
Eu, an J William de Eu.

Eustace the Tavemer, 58.

Evesham abbey, arms of, 113.

Evesham, see Ralph de Evesham.

Ewe, see Eu.

Exchequer, the, 5, 76.

Exemplarius, Martinus, 59.

Exemplarius, Willelmus, 59.

— his son Robert, 59, 86.

Exeter, arms of the see of, 126, 130.

Expositions on St. Paul and other parts
of Scripture, MS., 120.

Extempore poem, 303.

Eye, see Robert de Eye.

Eylmer, John, 14.

Eynsham (Eynsam, Eynesam, Eine-
sham), abbot of, tenements, (&c. of, in
Oxford, 4, 6, 7, 16, 19, 21, 22, 29, 33-

37, 39-48, 52, 55' 57-59> 63-
Eynsham, see Geoffrey de Eynesam,

Henry de ' Eynesham, and John de

Eynesham.
Eyr, see Thomas le Eyr.

Faber, see Smith.

Fagg, mr., coach proprietor, 307.

Falk, see Fulk.

Fane, Rodney, 216.

Faringdon, .?£« Agnes de Farendon, John

de Farendon, Richard de Farendon,

and William de Farendon.
Farnham, seat of bishops of Winchester,

195-

— corn, &c. sold at, 195, 196.
Fatin, Thomas. 77.
Felekenge, see Fileking.
Fell, mrs Jane, son of, 185.

Fell, John, dean of Ch. Ch., bp. of
Oxford, 179, 182, 184.

— his brothers Robert and William,
184.

Fell, Philip, brother of bp. Fell, 201.
Fell, Samuel, dean of Ch. Ch., 181, 184.

— his son John Fell, bp. of Oxford,
182.

Fellowes, mr., secretary to the Gt. Lord

Chamberlain, 241.
Fenne, see William de la Fenne.
Feteplace, Adam, 33, 34, 36, 38,59,85, 97.

— his son Walter, see below.



Feteplace, Thomas, 12, 22, 35, 38.

— his father Walter, 35, 38.
Feteplace, Thomas, his son Walter, 35.
Feteplace, Walter, 9-13, 16, 18, 20, 22,

25, 27, 3.^, 37-39. 43, 44. 46, 52, 53»
55, 58. 59, 77, 82-85, 97-

— his father Adam, see above.

Fevre, see Adam le Fevre, and Henry le

Fevre.
Fifield, CO. Berks, 194.
Fileking (Felekenge, Fylekynge), John,

5, 57> 72-
Fisher, Alex., fellow of Mertoncoll.,220.
Fisher, Nicholas, 9.
Fisherman (Piscator), see

Achathus the Fisherman.

Giffard the F. Odo the F.

Humphrey the F. Robert the F.
Fitz-Herbert, Jane, brass to, no.
Flemming, arms of, 115, 117, 120.
Flemming, Thomas, bp. of Lincoln, 220.
Fletcher, John, 271.
Flexney, Ralph, 103.
Fans memorahilmm, MS., 119.
Fonte, de, see John de Fonte, of Ger-

sindon, Walter de Fonte, a«^ William

de Fonte.
Forber, j^^ John le Forber, cwaf Thomas

le Furbur.
Foreman, William, 307.
Forest, John, dean of Wells, 136.
Forrest, — , 106.
Forsthulle [Forest Hill], see Roger de

Forsthulle.
Foster, Charles, bailiff of Oxford, 229.
Foston, arms of, 121.
Founder, William, 131.
Fowles, Edward, 275, 285, 291, 296,

299.
Fox, arms of, 131.

Fox, Richard, bp. of Winchester, 217.
France and England, arms of, loi, 103-

108, 113, 115, 116, 120-124, 126,

128-131, 133-
Franceys, William, 70.
Francis, John, 274, 30S.
Frankeleyn, see Thomas le Frankeleyn.
Franklin, Eliza, monument of, no.
Frant, John, 204.
Fredeswide, St., see under Oxford.
Freur, Mary, monument of, 106.
Freur, William, monument of, 106.
Frewyn, Ralph, 23, 45.
Friars Preachers in Oxford, see under

Oxford.
Frideswide's monastery, St., see under

Oxford.
Fry, mr., surgeon, 193.
Fulk de Rukote (Ricote), 13, 21, 30, 53,

60.
Fuller's Worthies qaoitA, 177.



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INDEX



Fulur, Isenda, 32.

Furbur, see Forber.

Fussel, Geoffrey, his tenements, 29.

Fylekynge, see Fileking.

Fynderne, arms of, 115.

Gamage (Gamages), see Henry de

Gamages.
Gamage, Alice, 43.
Ganter [Glover], see Adam le Ganter.
Gardiner, see John le Gardiner.
Gardner, — , canon of Ch. Ch. (before

1683), 181.
Garsington (Gersindon), see Henry de

Garsindon, Nicholas de Gersindon,

William de Garsindon, and John de

Fonte, de Gersindon.
Gascoign, Joseph, 185.
Gascoigne, dr. Thomas, 119.
Gate, see Geoffrey at the Gate, and Henry

at the Gate.
Gegg, farmer, visits the President of a

College, 303.

— his three sons, 304.
Geoffrey, son of Thurstan, 98.
Geoffrey the Carpenter, 31.

Geoffrey le Causer, see Geoffrey le Sauser.
Geoffrey the Chaplain, of Suggewrth,

87.
Geoffrey de Cherlton, 82.
Geoffrey de Eynesam, 12.
Geoffrey at the Gate, 47.
Geoffrey the Goldsmith, 4, 9, 18, 19,

23. 27, 34, 44-49-

— his mother Anastasia, 23.
Geoffrey de Hengeseye (Henxeie), 8, 18,

20, 33, 37, 48, .^3, 78, §4) 86.
Geoffrey le Mercer, 8, 24, 33, 50, 77.

— his wife Alice, 33, 38.

Geoffrey le Mercer, jun., 38, 50, 77, 98.
Geoffrev le Sauser, 22, 39, 58, 75, 78,
85, 86, 87, 212.

— his father William, 39, 78.
Geoffrey (de) Sewy, 34, 35.
Geoffrey the Shepherd, 67.
Geoffrey de Staindede, 12.
Geoffrey de Stokwelle, 32.
Geoffrey-under-the-Wall, 15, 33.
Geoffrey the Writer, 13.

George HI, king, petition to (1761),

243, 247-

— Coronationof, banquet at (182 1), 229.
the King's Cupbearer and Assistant,

229.

silver-gilt cup, given by him to the

Mayor of Oxford, 230, 231, 233, 243.

— Coronation of, bill of costs from agent
of the Mayor of Oxford, 227-263.

George de Luchcs, 63.
George, saint, picture of, in St. Thomas's
churcii, III.



Gerdun, Nicholas, 40.
Gereford, see Bereford.
Gersindon, see Garsington.
Gibson, John, provost of Queen's college,
sermon by, 166.

— Petition from the Provost and
Fellows, for the consecration of the
Chapel, 168.

Giffard the Fisherman, 95.

— his daughter Agnes, 95.
Giffard, Simeon, 40.
Gilbert de Denton, 75.

— his son Adam, 75.
Gilbert le Parmenter, 53.
Gilbert the Smith, 80.

— his daughter Isolda, 80.
Gilbert le Tanner, 87.
Gilbert le Worcman, 77.
Gilbert de Ythslep [Islip], 80.
Gilbert and Perry, messrs., 240, 242, 245.
Giles de Stokwelle, 5, 37.
Glastonbury, see Robert of Glastonbury.
Clone, see Philip de Glone.

Glosur, William, 47.

Gloucester, 287, 288, 291, 295, 302.

— arms of, 130.

■ — coach proprietors at (Heath, Raw-
lins, & Dowling), 307.

— Bell hotel at, 275, 277, 285.

— W^hite Hart hotel at, 274, 2S5.

— see also tinder Coaches.
Gloucester mail, the, 2S6.
Gloucester, see also William of Glou-
cester.

Glover, see Ganter.
Glover, Richard, 274, 30S.
Godale, Peter, 90.
Godegron, Robert, 39.

— his father Henry, 39.
Godescalk, William, 88.
Godestowe, see (lodstow.
Godfrey le Braver, 93.

— his son William, 93.
Godhine, Alexander, 74.
Godhine, Richard, 84.

Godslow (Godestowe, Godestouwe), 39,
209.

— abbess of, 42.

tenements, &cc- of, in Oxford, 4, 6,

8, 9, 12-15, 29,30,32, 34,38,44,48,
49, ."^i, 54, 67, 77. 79, 80, 83, 85, 88,
89-96.

Godstow, see also Amicia de Godestowe,
and John de Godestowe.

Godwin, amis of, 130.

Goer, Arnald, or Ernald, Si, 87, 89, 90,
98.

— his daughter Constance, 8r, 87.

— his daughter Ciiiistina, 90.
Golde, William, 79.

— his widow, 87.



INDEX



323



Golde, William, his son William, 79.
Goldsmith (Aiirifaber), see

Geoffrey the Goldsmith.

John the G. Richard the G.

Nicholas the G. Walter the G.

Kalph the G. William the G.

Goman, William, 84.

— his daiis;hter Isolda, 84.
Gonnora la Espicere, 24.
Good, Richard, 106.

Goodman, mr., coach proprietor, 307.
Gore Hill, coach snowed up near, 305.
Goring (Goringes), prioress of, her shops

in Oxford, 15, 39.
Gos, Augustine, 92,
Gough, Richard, brass to, 107.
Gow, mr., 185.
Graham, or Grimes, mr., lord Preston's

brother, 185.
Graham, Rose, editor of ' Description

of Oxford from the Hundred Rolls,'

I seqq.

— editor of ' Oxford Church Notes/
1643-4 ; 99 seqq.

Granger, see Philip le Granger.

Graunt, see John le Graunt.

Grave, see Henry de la Grave.

Gray, Robert. 294, 307.

Gray, sir Walter, claimed as Mayor of

Oxford to serve as Assistant Butler at

His Majesty's coronation banquet

(1903^ 230,
Gray, William, bp. of Ely, donation of

MSS. to Ball. Coll., 119.
Greenwood, Charles, arms of, 122.
Grendon, see Walter de Grendon.
Grey, arms of, in Ball. Coll., 117-119.
Gridiron, used on coachman's seat

during rain, 305.
Griffyth, arms of, 113, 114.
[Grover], sec Glover, Richard,
Grub, mr., 1S5.
Guest, mr., innkeeper, 274.
Guide, the, a coach, 278.
Gunnella de Bruncester, 22.
Gurdeler, William, 21.
Gurden, Richard, innkeeper, 275, 285.
Gussie, a coach guard, 277.
Gutch, John, ' History of Colleges and

Halls' quoted, 100.
Guy, master, see Guy le Armerer.
Guy, his wife Agnes, 7, 41.
Guy le Armerer, master, 12, 13, 18, 20,

21, 23. 30> 32, 36,37, 39,41,45,48,

49.
Guy the Carpenter, 92.
Guy the Tailor, 16, 18.
Gwynn, Thomas, fellow of All Souls

Coll., 131.
Gydo, see Guy.



Hacheburne, William de, 19.
Plackwell [Hakewill], George, rector of

Exeter, 216.
Hagbourn, see Hakebum.
Haimund, master Richard, 43, 51.
Haines, James and Joseph, coachmen,

273, 274, 307.
Hakebum [Hagbourn ?], see Henry de

Hakebum.
Hale, see Philip de Hale.
Halegod, Agnes, 17, 35, 41, 42, 79,80.
Halegod, Andrew, 17, 27, 29, 31, 34.
Halegod, John, 42.

— his father Michael, 42.
Halegod, John, 34, 35, 41.

— his father Laurence, 35.

— his mother Maud, 34.
Halegod, Simeon, 42, 56.

— his father Thomas, 56.
Halegod, Thomas, 42, 56.

— his mother Maud, 56.

— his brother Laurence, 56.
Halle, see Warenn de Halle.

Halle, John, vicar of St. Mary Magd.,

his grave-stone, 109.
Hallinges, see Richard de Hallinges.
Halton, dr. Timothy, provost of Queen's,

221.
Hambyr, see Richard de Hambyr'.
Hammond, dr., canon of Ch. Ch., 184.
Hampden, Richard, brass to (1529), lio.
Hampshire hunt, the, 291.
Haneburne, see William de Hanebume.
Hanekenton (Hanekinton, Hankington),

see John de Hanekenton.
Hanover, 257, 260.
Harcourt, arms of, 122.
Harcourt, prince de, ambassador, 126,
Hardekil, Richard, 65, 67.
Harding, Hugh, 35, 36, 37.
Hare, see Hugh le Hare.
Hareburne, see Richard de Hareburae.
Harley, arms of, 125.
Harlyston, arms of, 116.
Harman, sir John, 184.
Hamad, Geoffrey, 46.
Harper, mrs., of Cannon Row, 233.
Harpisford, bridge of, 64.
Harrison, J. H. S. Slater-, 279.
Harrovv'by, lord, 246.
Harwold, John, 211.
Haseley House, 262.
Haseley, see William de Hasele.
Hastings, see John del Hastinges.
Hat. see Thomas del Hat.
[Hath], see Halle, John.
Hathard, John, 8.
Hatter, Margaret, 86.

— his sisters Cecilia and Edith, 86.
Havell, John, brass to, 110.
Hawkesworth, William de, 107.



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INDEX



Hayes, 284, 287.
Hayles, see Richard de Hayles.
Headingtoa (Hedindon), manor of, in-
quisition taken at (1279), 63 seqq.

— the Kingesmulne at, 68.

— see also Sibella de Hedindon, and
William de Hedindon.

Heavy Fly, the, a coach, 306.
Hedges, capt., of Wodmore, 223.
Helbeck, arms of, ii6.
Helle, Henry, 48.
Helle, Hereward, 95.

— his sons Roger, Richard and Vincent,

95-
Helonde, see William de Helonde.
Hemel, Richard, 90.

— his wife Maud, 90,
Heneketon, see John de Haneketon.
Heneye, Henry, 22.

Hengeseye (Hengesheye), see Hincksey.
Henley, J. W., M.P., 279.
Henley-on-Thames, coach to, 286.
Henrietta Maria, queen, picture of, 129.
Henry I, king, his charter to, the city of
Oxford, confirmed by Henry H, 230.

— the fee farm granted by, 3-5.
Henry H, 89, 94, 230.

Henry III, founds St. John's hospital, 6.
Henry Vlil, 123, 181.

— arms of (1547;, 130.
Henry, 42, 43.

Henry, son of Henry, 41.
Henry, son of Miles, 81.
Henry, son of Peter, 8.
Henry de Ardem, 90.
Henry the Baker, 46, 83.

— his daughters Florentine and Alice,

83.
Henry le Barber, 30.
Henry le Bek, 88.
Henry de Bereford, 8.
Henry the Clerk, 74.

— son of Ellen, 71.

— his father John the Miller, 71.
Henry de Comenor, 21.

Henry de Dodeford, 76, 80, 98.

Henry de Eynesham, Si.

Henry le Fevre, 59.

Henry de Gamages (Gammage), 12, 21,

31, 87; jun., 80, 85.
Henry de Garsindon, 73, 74.
Henry at the Gate, 40.
Henry de la Grave, 63.
Henry de Hakeburn, 86.

— his son Henry, 86.
Henry of Lincoln, 28.
Henry of London, 55.

— his father Simon, 55.
Henry of Oxford, 35, 58.

— his son John, bp. of Norwich (c.
1279), 58.



Henry de Filer, 47.

Henry le Rede (Rufus), 48.

Henry le Riche (Ryche), 7, 45, 48, 53,

78, 84, 86, 90, 91.
Henry le Sauser, 86.
Henry de Schyneholt, 27.
Henry the Smith, 72.
Henry de Swyndon, 98.
Henry de la Wade, 40.
Henry le Wepere, 88.
Henry de la Wyke, 95.
Her, Richard, 42.

— Alfred his brother, 42.

Herbert, William, earl of Pembroke,

chancellor, 210, 224.
Hereford, 294, 296, 302.

— coach proprietors at (Bosley & Sons),

307-

— journey from London to, 284.
from Hereford to London, 285.

— news of the Reform Bill at, 287.

— see also under Coaches.
Hereford, arms of the see, 125.
Hering, Roger, 80, 82, 83, 93, 94.
Hernich, Roger, 9.

Hero, the, a coach, 271.
Herrick, Charles, 185.
Hert, see Hugh le Hert.
Hertisheued, land at, 74.
Hewett, Roger, brass to, 109.
Hext, Solomon, epitaph on, 103.
Heyford, see Robert de Heyford.
Heylyn, Thomas, son of dr. Heylyn,

185.
Hickman, John, 271.
High Wycombe, 287.

— Red Lion hotel at, 284.
Hincksey Hill, 296.

Hincksey (HeyuListeseye), see Geoffrey
de Hengesey, and ]q)xi\ de Hengesey.

Hispaniola, 192.

Hobart, Miles, of Plumstead, his grave-
stone, 109.

— his brother Henry, and two sons,
109.

Hobbs, Jonathan, 274, 275, 308.
Hockeswelle, see Thomas de Hockes-

welle.
Holland, William (Bill), innkeeper,

273-

— and the Shepherd boy, 281.
Holmes, Charles, 272.

Holmes, Christopher, 273, 307, 308.
Holonde, or Hoylonde, see William de

Hoylonde.
Hone, Waller, 93.
Hood, Paul, rector of Lincoln Coll.,

139-
Hooper, Tom, 308.
Hopper, Agnes, brass to, no.
Ilordle, sec Maud de Hordle.



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Hore, see Hugh le Hore.

Horkesey, Little, church of, 115.

Horkstow, see Walter de Horkstow.

Horkstow, Geoffrey and Walter, 212.

Home, John and W., 307.

Horsepath, 281.

Hospitalers, Knights, see wider Jerti-

salcm.
Hovill, Thomas, a tailor, murders a

Scholar, 213, 214.
Howell, James, 271, 2S6.
Howse, Daniel and Jerry, coachmen,

276,
Howse, Stephen, 275, 277.
Hoylonde or Holonde, see William de

Hoylonde.
Hudson, Christopher, bell-founder, 182.
Hugh, saint, bp. of Lincoln, account of

him, 208.

— poem on, 209.

Hugh de Ardinton, 90, 91.

— his wife Alice, 90.
Hugh the Chaplain, 88.
Hugh le Chaun, 21.

Hugh le Cordewaner, his son Thomas,
22, 26.

Hugh le Duke, his daughter, wife of
Nich. BodjTi, 15.

Hugh le Hare, 83.

Hugh le Hert, 75.

Hugh le Hore, 16.

Hugh de Meriton, 93.

Hugh de Merse, 77, 78.

Hugh de Middleton, 82.

Hugh de Milton, 93.

Hugh le Palmer, 38.

Hugh le Parmenter, 3, 11, 45, 47, 77.

Hugh de Persore, 5.

Hugh de Plessetz (Plesiz, Plessetis, Ples-
encis), lord of the manor of Heading-
ton, 64-70, 75-92, 94, 97, 98.

— his wife Isabel, nee Basset, 65, 76.
Hugh de Plugenay, 68.

Hugh the Poulterer, 45,
Hugh le Ryche, 26, 94.

— his sons Hugh, Richard, and Walter,
94.

Hugh de Vienna, 212.

Hugh de Waikenby, 212.

Hugh de Welles, 32.

Huiett, James, proctor of the Univ., 185.

Humfrey the Fisherman, his widow

Agnes, 9.
Hundred Rolls, Oxon, Chancery series,

Inquisitions taken (1279), 3-98.
Hungerford, arms of, 120.
Hunlly, William, of Boxwell, 192.

— his brother Gabriel, 192.

Hurst, Herbert, his drawing of a Coro-
nation cup, 230.
Hurt, see Amicia le Hurt.



Husee, arms of, 120.

Hutton, John, book-keeper, 270, 308.

Hutton, Matthew, 100, 102.

Hutton, Ned, and his son John, porters,
270.

Hwitake, ' from Claydon to,' 64.

Hyde, mn, the lord chancellor's son,
186.

Hyde, mr., son of capt. Hyde, of King-
ston Lisle, 220.

Hyde, Richard, son of John Hyde, of
London, 220.

Hyreys, j^^ Thomas le Ireis, and William
le Hyreys.

Hynin, Peter, 10.

Ibemia, see Adam of Ireland.
Ickford (Icford), rector of, 57.
Iffley (Iltelee or Yftele), rector of the
church, 75.

— land and cottages of, 71.

Iffley manor, inquisition taken at (1279),

70-75.
Iffley, Little, 75.

— customary tenants of, 70.
lies, James, 274, 30S.
Illuminator, see Ralph the Illuminator.
Ilsley, 305; Ilsley hill, 296.

— the Swan inn at, 282.
Inquisition taken at Oxford (1279), 4

seqq.
loudi, John, 20.
Ireis [Irish], see Thomas le Ireis,

mid William le Hyreys.
Ireland, see Adam of Ireland.
Irish tramps, 281.
Irish, see Thomas le Ireis, and William

le Hyreys (Yreis).
Irishman (Ybernicus), see Maurice the



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