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Colleges in, 180.

— arms of, 124.

— the Common fire rooms in (1684),
222.

— a College President entertains a
tenant farmer, 303.

Collegians' courtesy, 289.
Conduit, the, loi, 103, 180.
Consecration of College chapels, 136-

174.
Corpus Christi College, account of,

217.

— arms in the hall, 131.
Cotmanemede, 65.
Denescroft, 96.
Divinity School, the, 212.
Drordashalle (Drowda's hall, Dror-

wedes-halle), 28.
Espicerie, la, 14.
Exeter College, account of, 214-216.

— benefactors to, 215.

— chapel, the, 216.

— customs of, 215.

— friends of T. Baskerville at (16S6),
216.

Folly Bridge, old and new, 280.
Frevvin Hall (part of St. Mary's

College), 158.
Friars Minor, hold land in St.

Aldate's, 7.
Friars Penitential, their church in

St. Aldate's, 8.
Friars Preachers, 46.

— hold land and water course in St.
Aldate's, 8.

Gloucester Hall, now Worcester
College, 193, 224.

— arms in (1643), 113.
Golden Cross inn, 273, 277, 30S.
Gyberys, holding so called, 97.
Halls in, 180.

Herbeghalle [or Hereburg hall], 28.

Hert, or Hart Hall, 224.

High Street, districts North and South

of, 5, 6.
Holywell (Halywell, or St. Cross), 96.

— chapel of, 58.

— church of, 101.

inscriptions, monuments and

arms in, no.

Horsmonger stret, 84, 85, 212.

Huniforlong, holding so called, 97.

Jesus College, founded by Q. Eliza-
beth, 223.

— benefactors to, 223.
Jews in, their tenements, 4.
Karol-halle, 53.

King's Arms inn, 273, 277, 308.
King's Head, the, 104.



OXFORD, City of {continued) :
Lanerthulle, holding so called, 97.
Langeneye, meadow so called, 97.
Lincoln College, Rector of(i63i),i42.

— short account of the College, 220.

— augmented by twelve new chambers
in 1609 ; 136.

— members of (161 2), 136.

— Chapel, the first (1450-1), 136.
the second (1631J, 136.

— — Dedicatory service for, 137 ;
service in the ante-chapel, 138; the
floors consecrated, 140.

its pulpit, 140.

— Consecration of the Chapel (1631),
136-155 : Consecratio capellae coll.
Line, 141 ; Prayer at the Dedica-
tion, 143-147 ; Prayers at the Com-
munion table, 150-152; the Chap-
lains' part in the service, 150, 152-
155-

— arms in the chapel windows and
in the hall, 113-116.

Magdalen College, account of (1683),
185, 186.

— acquaintances of Tho. Baskerville's
there, i86.

— Chapel of, names of Saints repre-
sented in the windows, 127, 128.

— Founder's lodgings at, arms in
the windows, 129.

— President's lodgings, arms in the
windows, 130.

— Tower, the, inscription on the
third bell, 131.

— arms hi a room near the library,
125.

Magdalen Hall, account of (1683),

186.
Mercerie, la, shops in, 36.
Merton College, account of, 220,221.

— Wardens of, 108, 109, 279.

— chapel of, 107.

— hall of, arms in the windows, 122,
123.

Merton Hall, Warden and Scholars
of, their tenements in Oxford, 7, 26,
27.

Mills of, 3.

Mitre hotel, 267, 273, 275, 276, 282,
296, 307, 308-

New College, 296.

— account of (1683), 191, 192.

— garden of, 192.

— the house of office, 192.

New College and Winchester College,

283.
New Inn, 274.
New Inn Hall, formerly called Tril-

leck Hall, 225.

— owned by New College, 225.



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INDEX



OXFORD, City of {continued) :
Northam meadow, 65.
Northeye, meadow so called, 97.
Northgate hundred (St. Mary Magd.,

St. Giles's, Beaumont and Walton),

rolls of (1279), 75-98.
Oriel College, formerly called St.

Mary College, 124, 177, 225.

— account of (1684), 204, 205.

— contributors to its re-building,
205.

— famous men of, 205.

— Fellows of (1684), 206.

— friends of T. Baskerville in, 206.

— hunters meet near, 269.
Oriel Lane, 297.

Oriolehalle, tenement so called, 31.
Oseney, meadows near, 97, 98.

— see also Oseney abbey.

Oxford Church Notes (1643-44), ^^•
by Rose Graham, 99-134.

Paris, island near the East Gate, 6.

Peckwater Hall, now a quadrangle
ofCh. Ch., 181.

Pembroke College, 2H.

— short account of, 224.
Pyry-halle, 52.

Queen's College, account of, 221-223,

— customs in the Hall and at
Christmas, 221 ; the Boar's Head,
with the song, 221, 222.

— Chapel, the ; ' Consecration of
(171 7),' ed. by Dr. Magrath, 165-
1 74 ; For77i of Consecration of the
Chapel, idl seqq.

Petition of the College for its con-
secration, 168; Prayers, 170-172,
174; Dedication of the holy Ves-
sels, 172; Act of Consecration, 173.

— library of, 166.

— motto of, 167.

[Quolehalle], see above Oriolehalle.
Radcliffe square, 200.

Refa, a meadow, 65.

Roebuck hotel, 275, 276, 278, 285,
288, 308.

St. Alban Hall, 224.

St. Aldate's parish (1279), 7-13, 83.

St. Aldate's (St. OUes), church of,
6.^. 54> loi, H2.

St. Bartholomew's chapel, arms in the
windows, 123, 124.

St. Bartholomew's Hospital, alms-
house, and tall elms near, 124.

— almsmen of, 5.

— tenements of, in Oxford, 4, 10, 20,
^Z^ 67, 79, 89-91.

— land, &c. of, in Iffley, 74, 75.
St. Clement's, 67, 75, 180.

— church of, loi.

St. Cross (Halywell), see Holywell.



OXFORD, City of {continued) :
St. Ebbe's parish (1279), 3, 19-22.

— church, the, 20, 38, loi.
St. Edmund Hall, 224.

St. Edward's parish (1279), 22, 23.
St. F'rideswide's parish (1279), 23, .
St. Frideswide's church, now t

Cathedral, 180.
St. Frideswide's monastery, 181.

— tenements, &c. of the prior of, 1..
Oxford, &c., 4, 10-13, 16, 17, 19-
21, 23-27, 30-32, 35, 36, 38, 39,
44-55. 57-59' 62, 67, 76, 82, 85,
87, 88, 96, 97.

St. Giles, Id.

— church of, 82, S3, 87, 90, 92-94,
100.

inscriptions, monuments and

arms in, 1 11, 112.

— — prisoners from Cirencester
placed there, 112.

St. Giles's, Northgate hundred, 75.

St. John Baptist's Hall, or Glou-
cester Hall, now Worcester Col-
lege, 224.

St. John's College, president of, 279.

— account of the College (1683), 192.

— friends of T. Baskerville at (1684),
194-196.

— plate of, given to the King (1644),
197.

— prayers before and after meals at,
197-199.

— Schools sending scholars there, 194.
St. John's Hospital, master and

brethren of, their tenements in Ox-
ford, &c., 4-7, II, 15, 16-19, 23-
26, 28-32, 35, 36, 40, 43, 46, 48,
51, 55. 56, 59-62, 65, 66, 71, 74,
77-79, 81, 82, 84, 86, 96.

— church of, tenements of, 24-26.
St. John's parish (1279), 24-27.

— church of, loi.

inscriptions, monuments and

arms in, 107-109.
St. John's Street, 280, 281.
St. Martin's parish (1279), 32-37.
St. Martin, church of, 32, 33, 35, 46,

101.

— inscriptions, monuments and arms
in, 103-105.

St. Mary College, afterwards called
Oriel College, q.v.

St. Mary College (part of it is now
Frewin Hall), 158.

St. Mary Hall, 224.

St. Mary Magdalen parish, North-
gate hundred, rolls of (1279), 75
seqq.

— church of St. Mary Magdalen, 86,
88, loo, 101.



INDEX



335



OXFORD, City of {continued) :

St. Mary Magdalen, church of, in-
scriptions, monuments and arms
in, 109, no.

— vicar of, 98.

— proctors of the Mass of the Blessed
Mary in, 84.

— the Rebels from Cirencester placed
there, no.

St. Mary the Virgin parish (1279),
2S-32.

— law school in, 29.

— church, the, 31, loi, 296, 297.
rector of, 73.

St. Michael's parish. North Gate
(1279), 38-44-

— church, the, 39, 40, 41, 88, 102.

— — inscriptions, monuments and
arms in, 102, 103.

burials in, 140.

St. Michael's parish, South Gate

(1279), 44-50, 53.
St. Mildred's parish (1279), 51, 52.
St. Nicholas church, see St. Thomas's.
St. Peter le Bailey parish, tenements,

&c. in (1279), 42, 52-56.

— church of St. Peter le Bailey, 41,
52> 55. 56,60, 88.

arms in, 112,

St. Peter's in the East, 42.

— church of, loi.

inscriptions, monuments and

arms in, 106, 107.
vicar of, 94.

— tenements in (1279), 5^-62.

St. Thomas' parish (1279), 3, 62,
63, lOI.

— church of St. Thomas (or St.
Nicholas), 100.

— — inscriptions, monuments and
arms in, 1 10, in.

300 prisoners placed there, ill,

vicar of, see Burton, Robert.

Ship inn, 269.

Smithgate, 51.

Sparrow Hall, 209.

Stapledon Hall, 214.

Star hotel {tto7v the Clarendon), 272-

278, 282, 293, 294, 308.
Three Cups inn, 276.
Thysteldene, holding so called, 97.
Town Hall, trial at, 290.
Trinity College, 223,
Turl St., hunters meet in {c. 1830),

269.
University College, short account of,

223.

— chapel of, arms in, 121.
prayer used in, 1 20.

— hall of, arms in the windows, 120.
University Hall, near Univ. Coll., 269.



OXFORD, City of {continued) :
Vine inn, 273, 308.
Wadham College, 224.

— founder of, 207.

Walton manor, Northgate hundred,
75 seqq.

— land in, 78, 81, 83, 90, 91, 94, 97.
Wards, the Four, 102.

— S. West, N. West, N. East, and
S. East (1279), 3-6, 63.

Water course at, 8.
Winchester College, see New Col-
lege.
Worcester College, provost of, 279.

— hall and chapel of, 100.

— see also Gloucester Hall.
Oxford, Isabel countess of (1279), 8.
Oxford, see also Henry of Oxford, John

of Oxford, and Ralph of Oxford.
Oxonian, the, a coach to Banbury, 270,
271, 276.

— a coach to Southampton, 270, 272,

282, 305, 306, 308.

Pache (Pacche), Richard, 35, 54.
Pady, Edmund, son of John Pady, 14,

17, 32.
Pady, John, 11, 14, 18, 32, 34, 35, 42,

56.
Pady, Philip, 15.
Paine, mr., apothecary, 213.
Palmer, see Hugh le Palmer, Letitia la

Paumer, Peter le Paumer, Ralph le

Paumer, Robert the Palmer, and

Walter le Palmer.
Palmer, mr., of St. Giles's, 196.
Palmer, Letitia, 85.

— her husband Simon, 85.
Pannarius, see Amisius the Clothier,

and Jordan the Clothier.
Parham, see John dePerham,(7«af Stephen

de Perham.
Paris, see William de Paris.
Park, judge, 290.
Parker, hon. col., 279.
Parker, miss A. F., 15S, 309.
Parker, Geo., 346.
Parker, 'Polly,' 274, 276.
Parkhurst, arms of, 125.
Paries, see Robert de Paries.
Parliament, Members of, 286.
Parmenter (Parcamenarius), see Gilbert

le Parmenter, Hugh le Parmenter,

Nicholas le Parmenter, fl«^ Thomas le

Parmenter.
Parmenter, Colle, 41.
Parrett, Robert, 106.
Parrett, Simon and Elizabeth, arms of,

106.
Parrot, dr., of Fifield (ffifil), 192, 196.
Parsons, Herbert, mayor of Oxford, 262.



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INDEX



Parsons, Herbert, mayor of Oxford, at

George IV's coronation, assists at

the banquet and receives the three

maple cups as his fee, 229.
— his burial, 231.
Parsons, Herbert, of Elsfield manor,

possesses a coronation cup of

George IV, 230.
Parsons, dr. John, master of Balliol,

bp. of Peterborough, 229.
Paske, John, 23, 24, 25.
Pates, Richard, monument of, 109.
Patrick, Simon, bp. of Ely, form of

consecration drawn up by, 166.
Patruk, John, 84.

Paul Pry, the coach, 276, 293, 308.
Paulinus the Clerk, 83.
Paumer, see Hugh le Palmer, Letitia la

Paumer, Peter le Paumer, Ralph le

Paumer, Robert the Palmer, and

Walter le Paumer.
Payn, Adam, 40, 41.
Payn, Bartholomew, 40, 41.
Payn, John, 63.
Payne, Thomas, 272.
Peacock, Reginald, bp. of Chichester,

205.
Peake, Thomas, of the Mitre Hotel, 273.
Pearce, arms of, 130.
Peckewether, Ralph, 77.
Pegeman, John, 87.
Peirce, bp., see Piers, William.
Pelle, William, see Pille.
Pembroke, earl of, chancellor, 210, 224.
Pendarvis, John, brass to, 102.
Penitential Friars, see Friars.
Pennarius, see John le Clothier,
Pentecoste, William, 54.
Peny, Elias, 78.
Peny, Maud, 87.
Peny, Thomas, 80, 95.

— his daughters Florentine and Agatha,
80.

Perachie, Richard, 44.

Percy, arms of, 117, 120, 121.

Percy, Henry, 122.

Percy, Henry, earl of Northumberland,

223.
Perham, see Parham.
Periham, lady, 210.
Perkins, mr., a verse on his pigs, 303.
Perle, Henry, 27.
Perle, Juliana, 17, 22, 29, 34, 47.
Perrin, — , coach proprietor, 307.
Persore, see Hugh de Persore.
Persun, Richard, 55.
Persun, Walter, 4.
Peter, son of Geoffrey, 41, 42.
Peter, son of John, 40.

— his brother Nicholas, 40.
Peter the liaker, 25.



Peter le Butiller, 76, 77, 87.

Peter de Lakynge (Lokinge, Lok}'nge, or

Loukynge), 7, 26, 27, 54, 55.
Peter le Paumer, 5.
Peter the Smith, 40.
Peter de Wymbum, 50.
Peters, lord, gift to Exeter Coll., 215,

216.
Peticurteis, Walter, 88.

— his son William, 88.
Petitkorteys, William, 24, 26, 88.
Petronilla de Merston, 94.
Petronilla de Tacle, lady, 7.
Petronilla de WythuUe, 84.
Peverell, arms of, 1 20.
Peyton, sir Henry, 278.

Philip, son of H. Symeon, 47.
Philip de Bloby, 52, 80.

— his daughter Maud, and John her
son, 80.

Philip de Eu (Ewe), 10, 14, 15, 18, 24,

27> 33. 36, 37.41,53, 85,86,98.
Philip de Glone, 56.
Philip le Granger, 7.
Philip de Hale, 94.
Philip de Leycestre, 42, 53, 56.

— his widow Maud, 12.
Philip the Miller, 39, 91.

— his father Philip, 39.

— his wife Cecilia, and Alice her
mother, 39; Adam, father of Alice, 39.

Philip le Seynter, 13.

Philip de Stokwelle, 11, 32, 58, 98.

— his father Geoffrey, 32,
Philip the Tanner, 39.
Philip le Waleys, 58.

Philippa, queen of Edward HI, 221.
Philippa, countess of Warwick, daughter

of Thomas Basset, 67, 76, 77, 84.
Phillips, Stephen, fellow of Brasenose,

159-
Pickering, William, 109.
Piers (Peirce), dr. William, bp. of Bath

and Wells, 184.
Pikering, see Walter de Pikering.
Piler, see Henry de Piler, and Walter de

Piler (or Pilers).
Pille, Christina, 60.
Pille, Henry, 35, 79.

— his widow Juliana, 79.
Pille, John, 41.

Pille, Peter, 41.
Pille, Philip, 41.

— his father Walter, 41.
Pille, Walter, 35, 41, 53.

Pille (Pelle), William, 41, 46, 52, S9,
60, 83.

— his brother Philip, 41.

— his widow Christina, 60.
I'illoc, Henry, 78.

Pir' [Pirie ?], 63.



INDEX



337



Pire, William, 47.

Pirun, Roger, 65.

Pirun, William, 65.

Plantagenet, arms of, 115.

Plente, Christina, 23, 24.

Plente, Robert, 49.

Plessetz (Piesiz, de Plessetis, de Ple-

sencis), sec Hugh le Plessetz.
Plomer, sec Plummer.
Plugenay, see Hugh de Plugenay.
Plummer, see John the Plummer, and

Ralph le Plomer,
Pocock, canon Edw., D.D., 183.
Pocock, Robert, son of canon Pocock,

185.
Pole, cardinal, arms of, 125.
Poletarius, see Hugh the Poulterer.
Folichrotiicon, MS., 119.
Pollard, John, 42.
— his sister Agnes, 42.
Polychronicon Cistrensis mojiachi, MS.,

119.
Pompeins, Festus, De vocabulorum

significGcione, MS., 119.
Pontifical, an English, 137, 139.
Pope, Alexander, 195.
Pope, Thomas (1279), 17, 45.
Pope, sir Thomas, 223.
Popham, mr., of Littlecot, 208.
Popham, George, col. Popham's son,

185.
Porter, William, of Norcot, 204.
Portman, sir William, 201.
Portsmouth, coach to, 270, 272, 282,

289, 30.S, .^06, 308.
Pouere, le, see Richard le Pouere.
Poulterer, see Hugh the Poulterer.
Powney, — , a coachman, 271.
Pratt, Richard, of the New Inn, 274.
Pratt, Walter, of the New Inn, 307, 308.
Prayers before and after meals, 197-199.
Preaching, 148.

Preston, see Robert de Preston.
Price, John, notary public, 159, 163.
Prices of meat, poultry, &c., 300.
Priest, see Ralph the Priest.
Prince of Wales, the, a coach, 277.
Privy Council, the, 239, 240, 246,
Probert, — , coachman, 308.
Puleson, mr., curate of Sunningwell, 185.
Punchard, Henry, 9, 10,
Panchard, Thomas, 57,60.
Pusey (Pusie), Berks, 217.
Pykenoth, Christiana, 22,
Pyrie, see Roger de Pyrie.



Quaker, a, and his fee, 301.
Quarme, Nicholas, brass to, 107.
Quelpdale (Quaplade), arms of, 117.
Quick, Edward, of New Coll., 278.



Quilter, see Richard le Qnilter.
Quintin, Thomas, 89.



R., mr., 287.

Radciiffe, dr. John, his monument in
Univ. Coll. chapel, 122.

Radciiffe (Ratcliff),dr. Samuel, principal
of Brasenose, d. 1648; his grave-
stone, 1 10, 158.

Raileigh, see Rawleigh, Walter.

Railways and stage-coaches, 28S, 294.

Raleigh, sir Walter, 206.

Ralph, dom, 11.

Ralph de Brackele, 84.

Ralph the Carpenter, 57.

Ralph de Clivinton [Clevedon?], 85.

Ralph de Couner, 12.

Ralph de Evesham, 85.

Ralph the Goldsmith, 79.

— his daughters Isolda and Margery,

79-
Ralph the Illuminator, 28.
Ralph de Notingham, 12.
Ralph of Oxford, 9.
Ralph le Paumer, 81.
Ralph de Perham, 61.
Ralph le Plomer, 3, 9, 10, 46.
Ralph the Priest, 41.
Ralph de Salle, 27.
Ralph de Sanford, 72.
Ralph de Swalclive, 81.

— his brother John, 81.
Ralph the Tayllur, 98.
Ralph le Thaverner, 8.
Ralph le Wal [Waleys?], 69.
Ramsden, William, fellow of Line.

Coll., 139, 141.
Randolf de Evesham, 85.
Rapid, the, a coach, 275, 308.
Ratcliff, Samuel, of Brasenose Coll., see

Radciiffe, S.
Rawleigh, or Raileigh, Walter, dean

of Wells, 223.
Rawlins, mr., of Culham, 185.
Rawson, Ralph, fellow of Brasenose,

163.
Read, John, vicar of Marcham, 184.
Read, Thomas, son of sir Compton, 185.
Reading i^Redinge), 271,

— abbot of, 27, 212.

— coach to, 276.
Reading gaol, 307.

Record, Robert, his Aritlunetic, 203.

— account of him, 203.

Rede, William, third bp. of Chichester,
119.

Rede (A'7(/i<j-),j^^ Henry le Rede (Rufus),
John le Rede, Lucy la Rede (Rufa),
Martin le Rede, Richard le Rede,
Walter le Rede, and William le Rede.



338



INDEX



Reform Bill and the 'Times' news-
paper, 286, 287.
Reginald, son of Serlon, 39, 41.
Reginald de Bath, 22.
Reginald the Clerk, 66.

— his wife Maud, 67.

— his daughter Alice, 67.
Reginald le Mazun, 55.
Reginald the Smith, 40.
Regulator, the, a coach, 274, 30S.
Restwald, Michael, 87.
Retaliator, the, a coach, 275, 308.
Rewe, William, 46.

Reyne, the Jewess, her tenement in

St. Aldate's, 10.
Richard I, king, 66.
Richard, son of Baldewin, 94.

— Edith his daughter and Henry his
son, 94.

Richard, his son Richard, 34.

— his father Adam, 34.

Richard, son of Nicholas, 13, 14, 37, 46,

50.
Richard, son of Nigel, 72.
Richard de inscription to (1379),

108.
Richard le Archer, 28.
Richard le Barber, 25, 28.
Richard de Beaufon, 63.
Richard de Berkynge, 77.
Richard le Blake, 59.

— his daughter Alice, 37.
Richard de Botele, 94.
Richard de Brackele, 89.

— Agnes his wife, 89.
Richard de Bradewelle, 59, 60.
Richard de Bristwille (BristoUe), 32,

47-

— his brother Richard the chaplain, 47.
Richard de Camera, 95.

Richard de Camsale, 108.
Richard de Canterbury, 39.
Richard le Carpenter, 12, 22.
Richard the Chaplain, 47.
Richard the Cook (Cocus), 67.
Richard de Dadington, 39.
Richard de Dorkcester, 49.
Richard le Dosyere, 26.
Richard de EUefeld, 13.
Richard de Farendon, 37.
Richard the Goldsmith, 79, 80.
Richard de Hailesdon, 87, 88,
Richard de Hallinges, 42.

— his mother Maud, 42.
Richard de Hambyr', 52.

Richard de Hareburne, his grave-stone,

108.
Richard de liayles, 87.
Richard de Ledhale, his son John, 63.
Richard de Mepham, 7.
Richard de Oseney, 5.



Richard de Overton, 8.

Richard le Pouere, his tenement in

St. Aldate's, 8.
Richard le Quilter, 79, 88.
Richard le Rede (Rufus), 47, 49, 88.
Richard de Sanford, 73.
Richard the Smith, 98.
Richard de Suyneshulle, 45.
Richard le Tailur, 43.
Richard the Tanner, 19.
Richard le Waleys, 92.
Richard de Walton, 33.
Richards, Tom, 277.
Riche, see Brumman le Riche, Henry

le Riche, and Hugh le Riche.
Ricote (Rukote), see Fulk de Rukote.
Ridley, Nicholas, bp. of London, his

martyrdom, 213.
Rinstede, see Thomas de Rinstede.
Riparia, see John de Riparia.
Rising Sun, the, a coach, 272.
Ritton, John, 276, 308.
Robert, son of Nigel, lord of the manor

of Iffley, 70, 72, 73.
Robert, rector of St. Peter in the East,

57-
Robert de Aston, 17,
Robert de Barton, 83.
Robert de Blankeney, 39.

— his father Richard, 39.
Robert de Brackele, 77.
Robert de Bronton, 89.
Robert de Combere, 88.
Robert de Cudelinton, 95.
Robert le Dosier, 65.
Robert the ' Exemplar,' 86.
Robert de Eye, 74.

— his daughter Ellen, 74.
Robert the Fisherman, 95.

— his sons Robert and Walter, and
Agnes widow of Walter, 95.

— his sister Lucy, 95.
Robert de Fletham, 30.
Robert of Glastonbury, 40, 41.
Robert de Godestowe, 92.
Robert de Heyford, 77.
Robert le Ko, 67.

Robert de Luches, 63, 75.

Robert le Mareschal, 60.

Robert le Mercer, his daughter Beatrice,

32-
Robert the Miller, 9, 76, 83.
Robert de la More, 12.
Robert the Notary, 28, 84.
Robert de Oilli [Doyley], 63.
Robert ' Palfridarius,' 71.
Robert the Palmer, 83.
Robert de Paries, 83.

— his daughter Agnes, 82.
Robert de Preston, 31.
Robert of St. Alban's, 7, 224.



INDEX



339



Robert the Smith, his daughter Agnes,

72.
Robert de Swenebroke, 16.
Robert de Syreburn [iiherborne], 59.
Robert le Warde, 48.
Robert le Waterman, 6r.
Robert of Winchester, 56.
Robinson, mr., 25S.
Robinson, mr., kinsman of sir John

Robinson, 1S5.
Robinson's College histories cited, 177.
Robinson, Percival, his grave-stone, 103.

— his son Percival, 103.
Robinson, William, brass to, 106.
Rochester, arms of the see, 122, 123,

i3o» 131-
Rochester, bp. of, 210.
Rockbourn (Rokebume), manor of, 76.
Roger, 42.
Roger, sou of Ivo, 91.

— his sisters Juliana and Maud, 91.
Roger, son o^ Tohn le Teler, 18.
Roger le Bencher, 77.

Roger de Couele, 25.
Roger de Cummenore, 76.

— his son Henr)', 76.
Roger de Forsthulle, 3.
Roger of Northampton, 84.
Roger de Orliens, 41.
Roger the Painter, 41,
Roger de Pyrie, 42.

Roger de Sanford, or Samford, 47, 83.

— his wife Alice, 83.
Roger le Sauser, 78,- 81.

— his son Andrew, 78, 81.
Roger the Tanner, 45.
Roger le Teler, 49.

Roger de Trellemelle, 12, 46, 50.

Roger the Weaver (Textor), 44.

Rok, see William le Rok.

Rokebume, see Rockbourn.

Roland, 43.

Rome, church of, 94.

Roos, arms of, 115.

Rosamond, fair, her chapel at Godstow,

209.
Ross, 287, 292, 295, 302.

— coachman's prize of a bacon pig,
near, 299.

— coach proprietors at (Barrett, Hall,
& Bliss), 307.

— journey of a banker's clerk to, 302.

— Royal hotel at, 285.
Rothbery, Robert, 117.
Rotheiam, arms of, 106, 116.

— see also Thomas of Rotheram.
Rottele, William, 68.
Rousheby, arms of, 121.

Rowe, Teddy, 275.

Royal Mail, the, 277.

Royal William, the, a coach, 273, 274.



Rudeplonte, Nicholas, 92.

Rue, John, 89.

Rufus, see Rede.

Rukote, see Ricote.

Rundell & Brydges, messrs., 245, 250-

262.
Rupert, prince, created Earl of Holder-

ness, 126.
Rus, see Celcina la Russe, Jordan le

Rus, and Lucy la Russe.
Russel, John, 66.

Russele, William, his son Elias, 30.
Ryche, see Riche.
Rye, John, 90.

Saara, or Sarra, see Sarah la Teyn-

turere.
Sage, John, 47.
Sailors, two, their journey to London,

287, 28S.
— return i ,000 cigars for a kindness

received, 2S8.
St. Alban's, see Robert of St. Alban's.
Saint Andrew's, see Thomas of St. An-
drew's.
St. Edmund's, see Adam of St. Edmund's.
St. Frideswide's, see under Oxford.
St. Neot's, Eagle inn at, 271.
Saints, &c., pictures of, in windows of

St. Peter's in the East, 106 ; All Souls

College, 132-134; and Magd. Coll.

chapel, 127, 128.
Saints Hugh and Chad, Brasenose

chapel dedicated to, 162-164.
Salisbury, arms of the see, 117, 130.
Salisbury (Salysbiry), see Thomas de

.Salj'sbiry.
Salisbury, Henry, 275.
Sail, arms of, 121.
Salle, see Ralph de Salle.
Salmon, mr., 185.
Samuel de Berchamstede, 10.
Sancto Albano, de, see Robert of

St. Alban's.
Sancto Remigio, de, see Juliana de Sancto

Remigio.
Sandes, Gilbert, monument to, 121.
Sandleford priory, 291.
Sands, mr., brother of lord Sands, 213.
Sanford, see Ralph de Sanlord, Richard

de Sanford, Roger de Sanford,

Stephen de Sanford, and Thomas de

Sanford.
Sanforthe, see William de Sanforthe.
Sarah la Teynturere, 49.
Sauser, see Andrew le Sauser, Geoffrey

le Sauser, Henry le Sauser, Roger le

Sauser, and William le Sauser.
Savage, dr. Henry, master of Balliol,

213.



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INDEX



Savage, dr. Henry, his Balliofergtis

cited, 206, 214.
Sawcer, Geoffrey, see Geoffrey le Sanser.
Sawyer, mr., of St. Giles's, 196.
Scamdelf, Matilda, 20.
Schayl, Walter, 56.
Schools, that send scholars to St. John's

Coll., 194.
Schyneholt, see Henry de Schyneholt.
Scireburn (Syreburn), see Sherborne.
Scitepilche, a mill at Marston, 69.
Scot, Richard, 43.
Scot, William, brass to, 107.
Scot, see Thomas the Scot, and William

the Scot.
Scotland, arms of, 118.

— scholars from, at Ball. Coll., 210, 212.
Scott, R., book-keeper, 308.

Scott, William, book-keeper, 273.
Scudamore, sir John, his brother, 201.
Segrim (Segrym, Segrynn), Richard, 19,

42, 53-

— his father Richard, 42.
Selere, see Lucy la Selere.
Sellers, Daniel, 277.

Seman, John, inscription to, 104.

Semer, or Semere, Roger, 83, 90, 91.

Sennan, Walter, 54.

Sered, Hugh, 73.

Serman, or Sirman, mr., clothier, 234,



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