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235-
Sever, Henry, 108.
Sewy, Geoffrey, 34, 35.
Sewy, John, 45, 53, 98; senior, 90.
Sewry, Maud, 45.

Sewy, see Thomas de Sowy, or Sewy.
Sewys, see Thomas le Sewys.
Seynter, see Oliver le Seynter.
Shackleford, — , coach proprietor, 307.
Sharpe, William, inscription to, 122.
Shepherd (^Bercarius), see Geoffrey the

Shepherd.
Sherborne, King's Arms at, 285.
Sherborne, see Cecilia de Scireburn,

and Robert de Syreburn.
Sherman, Reeves & Co., 276, 307.
Sherwood, mr., of St. John's, 191.
Shilleto, James, 272, 277, 30S.
Shotover(Sottovere),wood in, 64, 66, 75.
Shottenham, 287.
Shrewsbury, coach from, 290.
Shrewsbury, earl of, a story about his

hound, 291.
Sibella de Hedindon, 60.
Sidmouth, lord, 238, 248, 249, 251, 253.
Silleby, land at, 74.
Simeon, see Symeon.
Simon, son of Miles, 93.
Simon le Bere, 83.

— his son John, 83.
Simon the Bookbinder, 28.



Simon le Estcot, 58.

Simon de Wallingford, 19, 79.

Siward, see Syward.

Skelton, arms of, 117.

Skidmore, sir John, 184.

Skirlaw, or Skirlow, Walter, 223.

— arms of, 117, 121.
Smartknave, Christiana, 48.

Smith (Faber), see Gilbert the Smith.

Matthew the S. Robert the S.

Peter the S. Thomas the S.

Reginald the S. William the S.

Richard the S.
Smith, Aston, 278.
Smith, Henry, monument of, 106.
Smith, Joseph, provost of Queen's Coll.

(1730-56), 166.
Smith, William, bp. of Lincoln, 204, 217.
Smith, William, brass to (1599), no.
Smydeby, see Mabel de Smydeby.
Smyth, sir — , arms of, 113.
Snardly, arms of, 117.
Snell, John, gift to Ball. Coll., 212.
Snowden, William and Richard, 273-

275' 307.
Sodtonia [Sutton], see William de Sod-

tonia.
Solomon, king, prayer of, 150, 151.
Somerville, sir Philip, 210, 211.
Sorcerers, 148.
Sottovere, see Shotover.
Southam, see Thomas de Sutham.
Southampton, Coach-and-Horses-above-

Bar at, 272.

— coach proprietors at (Marshall &
Stephens), 308.

— coach to, see under Coaches (270,
272, 2S2, 291, 305, 306, 308).

Southampton Common, 2S3.

Southby, John, his son, 1S6.

Sovereign, the, a coach, 275.

Sowy, see Thomas de Sowy (or Sewy).

Spana (Ispania), Michael de, 11, 15.

Speakman, mr., 280.

Speed, mr., canon of Ch. Ch., 1S4.

Spooner, John, 286, 300, 301.

Sprorson, John, 271, 277.

Sprot, Alice, 61.

Stacey, William, 271, 280.

Stafford, arms of, 118, 123.

Stafford, Edmund, bp. of Exeter, 214.

— arms of, 122.

Stafford, Humphrey, duke of Bucking-
ham, arms of, 115.

Stafford, John, archbp. of Canterbur)',
licence to Lincoln Coll. (1450-1),
136.

— arms of, 124.

Staindede, see Geoffrey de Staindede.
Stamdelf, Maud, 12.
Stanecunibe, land at, 68.



INDEX



341



Stanford, see Thomas de Stanford.
Stanhope, arms of, 118.
Stanton, see John de Stanton.
Stanton Ilarcourt, 201, 204.
Stapledon, \Yalter, bp. of Exeter, 214,

224.
Staynton, — , his gift to Ball. Coll., 212.
Stedman, Henry, of Stanton Harcourt,

199, 201.
Stephen the Bookbinder, 56, 57, 61.
Stephen the Mazun, his daughter Alice,

61.
Stephen de Perham, 26.
Stephen de Sanford, 5.
Stephens, or Stevens, Joe, 277, 301, 303,

306.
Stevenson, Richard, brother of Thomas,

196.
Stevenson, Thomas, 1S5, 211, 215.

— his wife Elizabeth, 193, 204.
Steventon (Stiventon). prior of, 4, 8, 9.
Stockbridge, Hants, 281.
Stockwell, see Alice de Stokwell,

Geoffrey de Stokwelle, Giles de
Stokwelle, Nicholas de Stocville,
and Philip de Stokwelle.

Stodleye, see Studley.

St ok, Henry, 91.

— his daughter Alice, 91.
Stoke Basset, manor of, 76.
Stokenchurch, 285.
Stokes, master of, So.
Stokesley, arms of, 126.
Stompe, Alan, 95.
Stompe, William, 95.
Stone, William, 225.

Stowel, mr., son of lord Stowel, 196.
Stow Wood (Stowode), 64, 66.
Strabaud, William, 78.
Stratford, journey to, 244.
Stridweeke, mr., 185.
Stuart, lord Bernard, 100.
Stub, ^lartin, 72, 74.

— his sister Amicia, 73.

— his father John, 73.
Stubbys, LawTcnce, 207.

Studley (Stodleye), prioress of, her
tenements in Oxford, 4, 6, 7, 12-15,
17, 19, 21, 24, 29, 30, 35, 37, 42, 44,

51-53, 57. 79> 91. 96, 98-
Sturdi, Geoffrey, 97.
Sturdi, Henry, 78, 79, 85.
Sucklin, Adam, 11.
Suckling James, 276.
Snggewrth, 87.
Summe Parisiensis partes v-vii, MS.,

120.
Sunningwell, 179.

— lord of the manor of, 177.

— copy of sir T. Baskerville's monu-
ment in the church, 177.

IV.



Supestre, Edith, 87.

Sutham, see Thomas de Sutham.

Sutton, sir Richard, 217.

Sutton, see William de .Sodtonia.

SuyneshuUe, see Richard de Suyneshulle,

and William de Suyneshulle.
Swalclive, see Ralph de Swalclive.
Swallow, mr., hatter, St. James's St.,

236 seqq.
Swan, Richard, arms of, 106, 115.
Swanswick, co. Somerset, 204.
Swech de Brake[ley], Adam. 10.
Swetman, of Horsmongerstret, 85.

— son of Edith. 86.
Swift's House, Bicester, 278.
Swinbrook, see Robert de Swenebroke.
Swindon, see Henry de Swyndon.
Symeon, son of Roger, 38, 40.

— his sister Christina, 38.
Symeon, Henry, sen. and jun., 33, 47.
Symeon, Jacob, 58.

Symeon, Richard, 11, 22.
Symeon, Stephen, 8.
Symon, see Simon.
Symonds, Charles, 272, 307.
Symonds, Edward (brother of Richard),

his grave-stone, 103.
Symonds, Richard, his ' Oxford Church

Notes, 1643-4' ; 100 seqq.
Syrebum (Scirebum), see Sherborne.
SyAvard, shop of, 44.
Syward de Camera, 94.

— his son Roger, and Juliana daughter
of Roger, 94.



Tackley, see Benedict de Tackele,

Matthew de Tackele, and Petronilla

de Tacle.
Tailor {^Cissor), see Alan the Tailor,

Guy the Tailor, John le Taillur,

Ralph le Tayllur, and Richard le

Tailur.
Tailors versus Coachmen, 280.
Talbott, Thomas, son of sir John, 185.
Tame, see Thame.
Tangier, 184.
Tankard, — , his account of the Deans

of Ch. Ch., mentioned, 179.
Tanner, see Agnes the Tanner.

Gilbert the T. Philip the T.

John the T. Richard the T.

Jordan the T. (?) Roger the T.

Maud the T.
Tanti\7, the coach, 267, 275, 276, 282,

308.
Tavemer, see Eustace the Tavemer,

Ralph the Thavemer, and William

the Tavemer.
Tayllur, see Tailor.
Taylor, William, 272, 297.



342



INDEX



Telegraph, the, a coach, 276, 308.
Teler, see John le Teler, and Roger le

Teler.
Templars, Knights, see under Cowley.
Tesdale (Tisdale), Tho., gifts to Ball.

Coll. andPembr. Coll., 210, 211, 224.
Textor, see Augustine the Weaver, atid

John the Weaver.
Teynturere, see Sarah la Teynturere,

and Thomas le Teynturer.
Thame, 100, 1 19.

Thame (Tame), see John de Tame.
Thames, the, 45, 179.
Tharebunt, Roger, 72.
Thavemer, see Tavemer.
Thomas, son of Hugh le Cordewaner,

22, 26.
Thomas, son of Thurstan, of Marston,

69, 73-

— his wife Alice, 73.

— his son Geoffrey, 98.
Thomas, son of Walter, 34.
Thomas, vicar of St. Giles's, 89.
Thomas the Bedel, 28.
Thomas de Bedeford, 38.
Thomas de Benham, 57.
Thomas de Bunseye, 76.
Thomas de Byrland, 41.
Thomas le Child, his son John, 52.
Thomas the Clerk, 11, 33, 55.
Thomas the Dean (1279), 96, 97.

— his son Thomas, 96.
Thomas de Derham, 34.
Thomas de Driffeld, 23.
Thomas de Elmeleie, 55.

— his brother Thomas, 55.
Thomas le Espicer, 41, 61.
Thomas de Eu, 41.
Thomas le Eyr, 65.
Thomas le Frankeleyn, 74.

— his son William, 74.
Thomas le Furbur, 40.
Thomas the Goldsmith, 98.
Thomas del Hat, 60.
Thomas de Hockeswelle, 75.
Thomas le Ireis, 91.
Thomas de Merston, 82.
Thomas le Noble, 87.

Thomas de Orliens, 4, 18, 45, 54, 61.
Thomas of Oxford (1279), 8.
Thomas le Parmenter, 8, 20.
Thomas de Rinstede, 47.

— his wife Juliana, 47.

Thomas of Rotheram,bp. of Lincoln,22i.
Thomas of St. Andrew's, 80.
Thomas de Salysbiry, 53.
Thomas de Sanford, 91.
Thomas the Scot, 28.
Thomas the Smith, 67,
Thomas de Sowy '^or Sewy), clerk, a 3,
30, 58. 59-



Thomas le Specer, 41 ; Thomas le

Espicer, 61.
Thomas de Stanford, 88, 89.
Thomas de Sutham, 30.
Thomas le Teynturer, 49,
Thomas le Tinelye, 88. J

— his widow Alice, 88. 1
Thomas le Verer, 48. "
Thomas de Walonges, 7.

Thomas de Walton, 32.

Thomas de la Wyke, 41, 42.

Thornegate, 119.

Thorp, John Thomas, lord mayor of
London, receives the gold cup as his
fee, at the Coronation (1821), 239.

Thucham, Hugh, 10.

Thurstan, Thomas son of, 69, 73.

— Geoffrey, son of, 98.

Thwaites Robert, master of Balliol, 119.
Tilcock, William, monument of, ill.
Tilsley, mr., and his son, 196.
' Times ' newspaper (the) and the Reform

Bill, 286.
Tinelye, see Thomas le Tmelye.
Tisdale, see Tesdale.
Toddes, Isouda, 20.
Toky, William, 90.
Tollit, George and Joseph, 273, 274,

307-
Tolson, dr. John, provost of Oriel, 205.

Torold, Peter, 33.

Tovi, Lewis, 78.

Trasce, Cecilia, 30.

Trellemelle, see Roger de Trellemelle.

Trenge, Robert, warden of Merton, 108.

Trilleck, John, bp. of Hereford, 325.

— his brother Thomas, 225.
Trinity, the Holy, scheme of, in college

windows, 115, 117.
Triumph, the, a coach, 275.
Tudington, see Alexander de Tudinton.
TuUy {Cicero\ Exposition upon, MS.,

119.
Turkeys, nineteen soldfor twenty guineas,

298.
Turrell, mr., see Tyrrell.
Twitty, mr., 185.
Twopenny, mr., of Knoyle House,

Salisbury, 244, 245, 347, 350-260.
Tyrrell, mr., the Remembrancer of the

City of London, 333 seqq.

Union, the, a coach, 277, 308.
[Unuk] the Little, see Vivik'.
Uxbridge, 284, 287.

Valcntia, lord, 279.
Valers, see William de Valers.
Van Zins, painted glass by, 181.
Venables, — , 249, 250.



INDEX



343



Vere family, arms of, 105.

Verer, see Thomas le Verer.

Vesey, or Veysey, arms of, 126, 130.

Veyse, William, 54.

Viel, Agnes, 16.

Viel, Alice, 55.

— her father Miles, 55.
Viel, Robert, 81, 87.

— his son Henry, 81.
Vigers, John, 276, 308.
Villebois, squire, 291.
Villete, see Walter de Villete.
Vincent, Robert, 48.
Vincent, William, 49.
Vives, the Jew, 10, 47.
Vivik' (Unuk) the Little, 10.
Vocabularium Anonimi, MS., 119.
Vodveyl, arms of, 118.

Vynor, see John le Vynor.



W,, master, preacher, 138, 154.
Waddell, mr., coach proprietor, 273,

307-
Wade, see Henry de la Wade.
Wadham, Nicholas, and Dorothy his

wife, 224.
Wainfleet, see Waynflete.
Wakeman, William, his daughter Ce-

lena, 15.
Wal [Wa'leys ?], see Ralph le Wal[eys?].
Waldeby, Robert, inscription to, 121.
Waldri, Richard, 47, 49, 61.
Wales, Prince of, his arms, 108.
Waleys, see John le Waleys, Philip le

Waleys, and Richard le Waleys.
Walker, Obadiah, master of Univ. Coll.,

223.
Wall, the, see Maud-under-the-Wall.
Walle, Ralph, 22.
Wallingford, 45, 49.

— Prior of, his tenement in All Saints'
parish, 18.

Wallingford, see Simon de Wallingford.

Walonges, see Thomas de Walonges.

Walsh, H., 238, 239.

Walter, son of Roger, 63.

Walter Attepilere, 57.

Walker de Botele, 94.

W^alter le Dosier, 65.

Walter de EUeswylle, 21.

Walter de Fonte, 96.

— his v/idow Agnes, 96.

Walter the Goldsmith, 5, 7, 8, 13-15,
18, 20, 24, 28, 33-36, 42, 50, 51, 63,
54, 78, 80, 81, 88, 97.

— his brother John, 33.

Walter de Grendon, 4, 36, 55, 63, 88.
Walter de Horkstow, 108.
Walter de Hungerford, arms of, 120.
Walter de Keninton, 42.



Walter de Kyngeston, 19, 22.
Walter de Lecheford, 25.
Walter de Leycestre, 81.
Walter the Long, 45, 46, 83.
Walter le Maceon (Mazon), 9.
Walter the Marshal, 40.
Walter de Merton, bp, of Rochester,
220.

— arms of, 122, 123.

— inscription to, 108.
Walter de Osney, 44, 47, 48.
Walter le Paumer, 90.
Walter de Pikering, 40.

Walter de Piler (or Pilers), 45, 46,

69.
Walter le Rede (Rufus), 3, 45, 46.
Walter de Villete, 107.
Walter de Worthe, 59.
Walter de Wytteneye, 15, 16.
Walter le Yrmonger, 79.

— his son Nicholas, 79.

— his sister Scholastica, 79.
Walter, sir David, 209.
Walter, sir John, 223.

Walton manor, see under Oxford.
Walton, see Thomas de Walton.
Walton, Waar, 185.
Wandsworth, see William de Wendels-

worthe.
Wanetinge, .y^^ Agnes de Wanetinge.
Warchen (or Wartheyn), John, 3, 10,

Warde, see Robert le Warde.

Warenn de Halle, 7.

Warewich, see Warwick.

Warner, arms of, 131,

Warner, — , his house in St. Mary's

parish, 29.
Wartheyn (Warchen), John, 3, 10, 31.
Warwick, coach to, 272.

— Warwick Arms hotel at, 272.

— Warwick and Leamington, coach pro-
prietors at (Drinkwater & Probert),
308.

Warwick, Philippa countess of, daughter
of Thomas Basset, 67, 76, 77, 84.

— her three nieces, Margaret, Ela and
Isabel, 76.

Warwick, see John de Warewyke.

Washboum, family of, 184.

Watele [Wheatley], 63.

Waterman, Edith, 31.

Waterman, Henry, 21.

Waterman, see Adam le Waterman,
Robert le Waterman, and William le
Waterman.

Waynflete, or Wainfleet, arms of, 116,

. 125, 126.

Waynflete, William of, bp. of Winches-
ter, 1S5, 186.

Wayr, T., arms of, 124.



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344



INDEX



Weaver (Webb, Textor), see William

the Weaver.
Webberley, John, fellow of Line. Coll.,

139-
Welle, see William de Welle.
Wells, Somerset, 217.

— arms of the see, 115, 116.

— dean of, see Forest, John.

Wells, see Agnes de Welles, Hugh de
Welles, and Joan de Welles.

Welse, Alice, see Alice de Welles.

Welshmen, refresh themselves at an inn,
293, 294.

Wendelsworthe, see Wandsworth.

Wendly, sir Thomas, his gift of books
to Ball. Coll., 212.

Wentworth, dr., fellow of Balliol, 208.

Wentworth, mr., manager at Star Hotel,

273-
Wepere, see Henry le Wepere, and John

le Wepere.
Werle, Henry, see Wirle.
West, John, shop-keeper, 222.
West brook, mr., hotel-keeper, 284.
Westfaling, Herbert, bp. of Hereford,

223.
Westly, Thomas, 184.

— his son John, 184.
Westminster, abbey and deanery of, 114,

210.
Westminster School, 185.
Weston, near Ross, slight coach accident

at, 290.
Weston, see Nicholas de Weston.
Wheatley, 285.
Wheatley, 'Polly,' 276.
Whitchurch, 297, 303.

— journey to, 296.

— White Hart at, 283.
White, Francis, bedel, 194, 196.

— his relatives Charles and Francis,
196.

White, Gilbert, the naturalist, 230.

White, John, scholar of Balliol, mur-
dered, 213, 214.

White, sir Sampson, mayor of Oxford,
230.

White, sir Thomas, 192, 193, 224.

Whitehall, dr., and Mr. Whitehall, his
kinsman, 220.

Whittingham, arms of, 106.

Whitway, Chequers Inn at, 303.

Whitwick, see Wightwick.

Wiche, Julius, 11.

Wid, or Wyd [Wyth?],' Juliana, 38, 39.

— her father Laurence, 38.
Wid, or Wyd, Laurence, 87.

— his widow Juliana, 87.
Widow, see Milicent the Widow.
Wightwick (Whitwick), Richard, B.D.,

founder of Pembr. Coll., 210, 224.



Wilce, hamlet of, 63 ; inquisition at

(1279), 68.
Wike, see Henry de la Wyke, and

Thomas de la Wyke.
William . . . , and Cecilia his wife, 24.
William, archdeacon of Durham, 121.

— arms of, 121.

William, vicar of Marston (1279), 7°>

94.
William, son of Hugh, 94.
William, son of Matthew, 82.
William de Aston, 86.
William de la Barre, of Wallingford, 49.
William le Bere, 94.

— his daughter Emma, 94.
William de Blithe, 53.
William de Bloxham, 66.
William le Bonere, 11.

William the Bookbinder, 55, 83, 84.

— his wife Ellen, 55.
William de Bramton, 76.
William de BrehuUe (Brill), 13.
William de Cadewelle, 49, 85.

— his wife Christina, 85.
William the Carpenter, 83.
William the Clerk, 41, 56.

— his father William, 4I.
William de Cokesham, sen., 92.

— his son William, 92.
William de Coleshulle, 8.
William le Cordwaner, 79.
William de Crupes, 79.

William the Dean, son of Thomas, 97.
William le Deweneys, 3, 46.
William de Dodecote, 3, 20.
William de Donham, 51.
William of Durham, 121, 223.
William le Espicer (sen. and jun.), 14,

15. 23, 24, 31, 32, 43, 44, 98.
William de Eu (or Ew\ 14, 15, 17, 18,

23, 28, 29, 31, 34, 37, 55, 61, 62, 97,
William de Farendon, 47.
William de la Fenne, 71, 74, 75.
William the Fisherman, 44, 45.
William de Fonte, 95.
William Franceys, 70.
William de Garsindon, 73,
William of Gloucester, 57.
William the Goldsmith, 79.

— his brother Richard, 79.
William de Hacheburne, 19.
William de Hanebuine, 65.
William de Hasele, 58.
William de Hawkesworth, 107.
William de Hedindon, 16.

William de Helonde (Holonde, or Hoy-

londe), 26, 78, 85.
William le Hyreys (Yreis, Irish), 25, 89.

— his son Thomas, 89.
William le Lamplarier, 86.

— his son Robert, 86.



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345



William the Long, 83.

William de Mannowers, 14, 15.

William le Medward, 9.

William de Mcrslon, chaplain, 94.

William the Miller, 82.

William de Mora [Northmoor], 60.

William de Muntein, 34.

William de Oseney, 47.

William de Paris, 51.

William le Rede (RufTus), 87.

William le Rok, 39.

William de Sanforthe, 54.

William le Sauser, 78, 79.

William the Scot, 28.

William the Smith (Faber), 65.

William de Sodtonia [Sutton], 19.

William de SnjTieshulle, 45.

William the Taverner, 93.

M'illiam de Valers, 13.

William le Waterman, 77.

William of Waynflete,bp. of Winchester,

185, 186.
William the Weaver (Textor), 53.
William de Welle, 53.
William de Wendelsworthe, his

daughter, 20.
William de Wirecester, 86, 87.
William de Wodestoche, 12.
William de Wodestone, 3, 9.
William de Woton, 65.
William de Wytele, 31.
WilUams, F., editor of ' Bill of costs of

C. Ellis, agent to the Mayor of Oxford,

at the coronation of George IV,'

227.
Williams, John, bp. of Lincoln, 113, 139,

141, 142, 321.

— arms of, 113, 114.

— builds a new chapel for Line. Coll.,

136, 137-
Williams, William, 284.
Williamson, sir Joseph, 221.

— his motto, 167.

Willis, Thomas, son of dr. Willis,

185.
Winchedon, see Thomas de Wynche-

dene.
Winchester, 296; arms of the see, 123,

128, 130, 131.

— bishop of (1279), 60.

— Winchester College and New College,
283.

Wmchester Downs, 289.

Winchester, see Cecilia of Winchester,

Lycoriet of Winchester, and Robert of

Winchester.
Wirecester, see Worcester.
Wirle, or Werle, Henry, 11, 12.
Wiseman, Edmund, 192.
Wiseman, capt. Edmund, 196.

— his father and brother, 196.



Wiseman (Wysman), Roger, 96.
Witherington, James, 274, 308.
Witney, coach to, 272, 274, 293.

— Staple Hall hotel at, 276, 293.

— watercress from, 299.

Witney (Wytteneye), see Walter de

Wytteneye.
Witslepe [Islip], bridge at, 64.
Witte, see John de Witte.
Wiveleseye [Wivel's eyt] meadow, 65.
Wlfriche, Astil son of, 94.
Wlward, Roger, 95.

— his son John, 95.

— his daughter Isabel, 95.
Wlward (Wluard), Walter, 95.

— his brother John, 95.
Wlward, William, 95.

— his sons Adam and Walter, 95.
Wodestone, see William de Wodestone.
Wolsey, Thomas, cardinal, 180, 181.

— arms of, 125.
Wolvercote (Wolgaricote), 58.
Wombwell, arms of, 117.
Wood, Anthony, ico, 203,

— his City of Oxford, ed. Clark, quoted,
102 seqq.

— Life of Wood, Eccl. Hist. Soc, 177.

— Works of, quoted, 100.
Wooddem or Vodveyl, 118.
Woods, mr., 252, 253, 255, 257.
Woodstock, see William de Wodestoche.
Woodstock Hill (Old), 278.
Woodward, Edward, monument of,

104.
Wootton (Woton), see John de Woton,

cwo? William de Woton.
Worcester, almshouse at, 1S2.

— coaches to, 275-277.

— Star-and- Garter at, 277.

— Unicorn hotel at, 275.
Worcester (Wirecester), see William de

Wirecester.
Workman, see Gilbert le Worcman.
Worthe, see John de Worthe, and Walter

de W^orthe.
Worton, see Nicholas de Worton.
Writer (Scriptor), see Geoffrey the

Writer.
Wtton, see Wootton.
Wyatt, William, University orator, 183,

184.
Wycombe, High, 284, 287.
Wyd, see Wid.
Wyke, hamlet of, see Wike.
Wyke, see Henry de la Wyke, and

Thomas de la Wyke.
Wykyng, Vincent, vicar of St. Peter's in

the East, 106.
Wylde, see Adam le Wylde.
Wymburn, see Peter de Wymburn.
Wymund le Lyngedraper, 59.



346



INDEX



Wyrecester, see Worcester.

Wysman, see Wiseman.

Wyte, see Alice la Wyte.

Wytele, see]o\m de Wytele, aw^/ William

de Wytele.
Wyth, John, jun., 78, 81.
Wythe, Laurence, 43.
W^ythe, Thomas, 16.
WythuUe (Wy5thulle),lord of the manor

of, 35-
WythuUe, see Petronilla de WythuUe.
Wytteneye, see Witney.



Yate, dr. Thomas, principal of Brase-
nose, 158, 159, 161, 162, 163.

Yftele, see Iffley.

Yonge, lady, her monument, 109.

York, duke of, 183.

York, arms of the see, 116, 117, 125,
130.

— archbps. of, see Dawes, sir William ;
Wolsey, Thomas, cardinal.

York, arms of the city, 117, 118.

Young, see Laurence the Young.

Yrmonger, see Ironmonger.

George Parker.



ERRATA.



P. 5, 1. I, 7-ead z-di. Scaccarium.

P. 6, 1. 20, for xij., readxixs.

P. 8, 1. 5 from hotiom, for m]d. (2nd), read'\u.]s.

P. 10, 1. 5 from bottom, y^r Unuk, readNbf\k'.

P. 10, 1. 23, read 'E,%\it%kQ.

P. 12,1. 8, for Coste, read Code [Cowley].

P. 12, 1. 9 from bottom, r(?(2(/ Armerere.

P. 12, 1. 13, rea^ Haneketona.

P. 15, U. 3 and 6, read Margerie.

P. 20, 1. 30, y^r Coble, rtWCovle [Cowley].

P. 21, I. 21, for Dru, read Dom.

P. 31, 1. 2, for Quolehalle, read Oriolehalle.

P. 36, 1. 4 from bottom, read WysthuUe.

P. 52, 1. 20, r^ao^ Drorwedes-halle.

P. 55, 1. 22, for Welfe, read Welse.

P. 67, 1. 9 from bottom, read Philippi.

P. 74, 1. 22, r^ar/ Justic[iar]iis.

P. 78, 1. 21, r£aa? Uniuersitatis.

P. 108, 1. 13 from bottom, read Hareburne's.

P. 109, 1. 2, read Herforden[sis].

P. 109, 1. 12, for Hath, 7-ead Hall'.

P. 127, 1. 15, ?'^a^ Cyriacus.

P. 184, 1. 27, r^^a^ Marcham.

P. 209, 1. II from bottom, 7-ead FothenQga.y.

P. 210, 1. 8, read Rubie.

P. 210, 1. 3 from bottom, ybr overa, read onera.

P. 212, 1. 7, read Stuhhys.

P. 213, 1. 7 from bottom, 7-ead saved up.

P. 217, 1. 12 from bottom, read Pusie in Berks.

P. 253, 1. 21, read HatteT.

P. 262, 1. I, read Bine Boar.

P. 27S, 1. 16, read Swift's house [Bicester].

P. 282, 1. II from bottom, rt-a^ Bowyer's.



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