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INDEX OF SUBJECTS.



NOTE. Unusual words are included in this Index in their alphabetical order,
explanation being given in each case in brackets : a list of them will be found
under Words.



A.



Abbreviations used in text.i.
Academic Garments :

Gown with hood [Ppriest's], 55

Hood of silk, 61
Altar, bequests to the: 1 11, 13,

15 45. 47. 49 5 8 > 60 62, 64 76,

78 93, 95: see also Church Furniture
Altar Cloth : see Church Furniture
Anvil (Anvild) : see Implements
Apron : see Clothes
Archdeacon of Surrey's Court : see

Courts of Probate



13.



Baker : see Occupations

Baptismate, in (sons) [godchildren], 19

Barber : see Occupations

Barley : see Crops

Basins : see Household Implements

Beads : see Jewelry

Bed : see Furniture

Bees : see Livestock

Bells : see Church Furniture

Bene or Benne [Bees] : see Livestock

Bequests, Purposes of : see Altars ;
Churches ; Fraternities ; Lights and
Tapers ; Masses ; Obits ; Religious
Orders

Berelles [Burial], 51

Blankets : see Cloths

Board Cloth : see Cloths

Bolster : see Furniture

Books, 46 ; repair of, 53 ; (Breviary),
22, 43

Boots : see Clothes

Bow, 61

Bowl : see Household Implements

Brass : see under Household Imple-
ments

Breviary : see Books

Brewer : see Occupations

Bridges, Repair of, 16, 19, 46

: see also Roads and Highways

Bullocks : see Livestock

Burials in church or churchyard :
Abinger, 29 ; Addington, 4 ; Albury,
53, 87 ; Ash, 59, 91 ; Ashstead, 32 ;
Banstead, 89 ; Beckenham, 75 ;
Bentley, 60, 79 (2), 80 ; Bermondsey,
40 ; Betchworth, 24, 33, 52, 88 ;
Bisley, 49 ; Blechingley, 81, 89 ;
Bookham, Great, 9, 72 ; Bramley,
86 ; Buckland, 71 ; Byfleet, 6 ;



Camberwell, 21, 36, 56 ; Capel, 5,
23 ; Carshalton, 54, 62 (2), 63 ;
Caterham, 76 ; Chertsey. St. Peter's
Monastery, 24, 41, 70, 71 ; Chidding-
fold, 90 (2), 94 ; Chipstead, 39 ;
Chobham, 10, 14, 26, 52, 63, 81, 84 ;
Clandon, West (Regis), 11, 15 ;
Cobham, 31, 91 ; Cranleigh, 9, 73,
85 ; Ditton, Long, 15, 75, 76 (2) ;
Dorking, 42 ; Egham, 21, 47, 54,
58, 66, 70 ; Elstead, 41, 73 ; Epsom,
5, 28, 40, 55, 64, 66, 83, 92 ; Esher,
54, 79 ; Ewell, 64 (2) ; Ewhurst, 52,
84 ; Farley, 47, 57, 58 ; Farnham,
14, 15, 22, 42, 43, 56, 59 (4), 68, 69,
77 (4). 78. 85, 88, 94 ; Frensham,
iv., 31, 74 ; Godalming, 2, 10, 14 (3),

22, 23, 27, 43, 46, 53, 68, 77 ; God-
stone, 57, 67 ; Guildford. Holy
Trinity, 2, 13, 16, 55, 81, 86, St.
Mary, 61 (2), 86, St. Nicholas, 3, 42
(2), 43 ; Horley, 3, 31, 76 ; Home,

32, 41 ; Horsell, 13 (3), 18, 49, 63
(2) ; Horsley, 61 ; Horsley, West,
12 ; Kingston-upon-Thames, 1, 3,

79. 29. 32. 34. 35 (2). 37. 5o. 5i (2),
56, 57, 62, 64, 67, 6972, 74, 78, 93 ;
Lambeth, 42, 44 ; Leatherhead, 19,

33. 80, 95 ; Leigh, 19 (2), 28 (2) ;
Limpsfield, 82, 84 ; Lingfield, 57 ;
Maldon, 26 ; Merrow, 3, 6 ; Mer-
ton, 71, Mickleham, 25, 65 ;
Mitcham, 33, 45 ; Newdigate, 23,
90 ; Ockham, 16, 80 ; Ockley, 9 ;
Oxted, 11 ; Peper Harow, 12 ;
Piperham in Haslemere, 75 ; Pir-
bright, 32, 45, 78 ; Puttenham, 13,
69 ; Pyrford, 21, 53 ; Reigate, 20,
71, 72, 92 ; Sanderstead, 20, 92 ;
Seale, 73 ; Send, 15, 19, 22, 58,
93 ; Shalford, 1, 6, 26 (2), 38, 54,
69, 83, 93 ; Sheen, 43, 55, 78, 82 ;
Shere, 6, 7, 25, 49, 50, 53, 60 (2),
79, 87, 88 ; Slaugham [Sussex], 9 ;
Southwark. St. George, 27, 39,
St. Margaret, 24, 25, 27, St. Mary
Magdalene, 27, 41, St. Olave's, 21

23, 37. 44 (2) ; Stoke next Guild-
ford, 60; Stoke d'Abernon, 5;
Sutton, 30, 55, 66, 67 ; Tandridge,
68 ; Thorpe, 7, 24 ; Thursley, 10 ;
Walton - on-Thames, 49 ; Wands-
worth, 34 ; Warlingham, 17 (2),
18, 67 ; Waverley monastery, 85 ;
Windlesham, 74 ; Witley, 45 (2),
88, 91 ; Woking, 7, 10, 16, 46, 85



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(2), 87, 88; Wonersh, 2, 8, II, 25,
26, 49, 79, 81, 83 (2) ; Woodman-
sterne, 29; Worplesdon, 4, 8 (2),
60

C.

Calsedones [Chalcedony], 51

Calves : see Livestock

Camisiam [a smock] : see Clothes

Candelabra : see Furniture

Candles : see Lights

Candlestick : see Furniture

Capper : see Occupations

Carpenter : see Occupations

Cart, 52

Cawdern, Cawdron (Cauldron) : see

Household Implements
Celar [canopy of a bed] : see Furniture
Chain, gold : see Jewelry
Chalcedony : see Jewelry
Chantries : Guildford, 81 ; Shere, 87 (2)
Chapels :

Carshalton (St. Nicholas in all

Saints), ix., 62
Chobham (St. Mary), ix., 10
Guildford (St. Mary in Holy Trinity),

ix., 16
Horsley, ix., 61
Kingston-upon-Thames (St. James

in All Saints), ix., 34, 35
Leigh (St. Mary in the Churchyard),

ix., 28
Limpsfield (Lady Chapel), ix., 84
Stoke next Guildford (St. Mary),
ix., 60
Charger : see Household Implements
Chest : see Furniture
Church and Churchyard, Burials in :

see Burials
Church Furniture :
Altar cloth, 58, 78, 90
Bells, 25, 59, 77, 91 ; Bell house, 17
Branches, 3, 42, 43
Candelabra, 53
Cloth of gold [herse cloth], 23
Cross, 54, 57, 82 ; repair of, 12
Lamps, 21, 29

Lights in : see Lights and Tapers
Linen cloth for the Altar, 62, 90
Painting (of Our Lady), 58
Silver gilt rings to hang before the

cross, 57
Torches, 1 5, 28 30, 32, 57, 66, 67, 70,

75, 80, 82
Wax, 12, 16, 18, 33, 50, 69, 71, 83
See also Altar ; Books ; Furniture ;
Vestments
Church Services : see Masses ; Month

Mind
Church Steeples :

Sheen (Richmond), 55, 82
Worplesdon, 4, 60
Churches, Bequests to :

Abinger, 29 ; Albury, 53, 87 ; Ash,
59 ; Ashstead, 32 ; Banstead, 89 ;



Battersea, 75 ; Beckenham, 75 ;
Bentley, 60, 79 (2), 80 ; Bermond-
sey, 40 ; Betchworth, 24, 33, 52,
88 ; Bisley, 49 ; Blechingley, 81,
89 ; Booicham, Great, 9, 72 ;
Bramley, 26, 86, 94 ; Buckland,
71 ; Burstow, 32 ; Camberwell,
21, 36, 56 ; Capel, 23, 90 ; Car-
shalton, 37, 54, 62 (2), 63 ;
Caterham, 76 ; Chertsey, 41, 70,
71 ; Chessington, 92 ; Chidding-
fold, 90, 94 ; Chipstead, 39, 47 ;
Chobham, 10, 14, 26, 63, 81, 84 ;
Clandon, West, 11, 15 ; Cobham,
5, 31, 91 ; Colchester [Essex],
Friars Minor of, 51 ; Cranleigh, 9,
73; Ditton, Long, 5, 15, 75, 76 (2) ;
Dorking, 42 ; Dunmow Priory
[Essex], 51 ; Dunsfold, 1, 50 ;
Egham, 21, 24, 47, 54, 58, 66, 70 ;
Elstead, 73 ; Epsom, 5, 28, 40, 56,
64, 67, 83, 92 ; Esher, 79 ;
Ewell, 5, 64 (2) ; Ewhurst, 52 ;
Farley, 47, 57, 58 ; Farnham, 15,
22, 43, 56, 59 (4), 68, 69, 77 (4).
78, 85 (2), 88, 94 ; Frensham, 31 ;
Frimley, 59 ; Godalming, 2, 10,
14 (2), 27, 46, 53, 68, 77, 91 ;
Godstone, 57, 67 ; Guildford.
Holy Trinity, 2, 13, 16, 55, 60, 81,
86, St. Mary, 16, 61 (2), 86, St.
Nicholas, 3, 42 (2), 43 ; Horley, 3,
20, 31, 32, 76, 89 ; Home, 32, 41 ;
Horsell, 10, 13 (2), 18, 49, 63 (2) ;
Horsley, West, 12 ; Kingston-
upon-Thames, 1, 3, 7 9, 29, 32, 34,
35 (2), 37. 50. 5i (2), 56, 57. 62, 64,
68 72, 74, 78, 93 ; Lambeth, 42,

44 ; Leatherhead, 19, 33, 80, 95 ;
Leigh 19 (2), 28 (2) ; Limpsfield,
82, 84 ; Lingfield, 57 ; Loxwood
Chapel [Sussex], 94 ; Maldon, 26 ;
Melchbourne [Bedford], 51 ;
Merrow, 3, 6 ; Merton, 71 ;
Mickleham, 25, 65 ; Mitcham, 33,

45 ; Newdigate, 9, 23, 90 ;
Oekham, 15, 16, 80; Oxted, 11;
Peper Harow, 12 ; Piperham in
Haslemere, 75 ; Pirbright, 32, 45,
78 ; Puttenham, 13, 69 ; Pyrford,
21, 53 ; Reigate, 20, 71, 72, 92 ;
Rusper [Sussex], 90 ; Sanderstead,
20, 92 ; Seale, 73 ; Send, 15, 22,
58 ; Shalford, 1, 6, 26 (2), 38, 39,
54, 69, 83, 86, 93 ; Sheen, 43, 55,

78, 82 ; Shere, 6, 7, 25, 49, 50, 60,

79, 87 ; Slaugham [Sussex], 9 ;
Southwark. St. George, 27, 39,
St. Margaret, 24, 25, 27, St. Mary
Magdalene, 27, 41, St. Olave's, 21
2 3i 37. 44 (2) ; Stoke next Guild-
ford, 60 ; Stoke d'Abernon, 5 ;
Sutton, 30, 55, 66, 67 ; Thorpe, 7,
24 ; Thursley, 10 ; Ulting [Essex],
51; Walton - on - Thames, 49;
Wandsworth, 34 ; Warlingham,



Index.



in



17 (2), 18 (2), 47, 67 ; Waverley
Chapel, 94 ; Winchester Cathedral,

135. 3739, 4143. 4547.

49 64, 66 81, 83 95 et passim ;

Windlesham, 74 ; Witley, 45 (2),

91 ; Woking, 7, 10, 16, 46, 85, 87 ;

Wonersh, 2, 79, 81, 83 (2) ;

Woodham Walter [Essex], 51 ;

Woodmansterne, 29 ; Worplesdon,

4, 8 (2), 60, 78
see also Altars ; Lights and

Tapers
Churchliton [churchyard], 4
Claper or Clapes [stepping stones or

raised footpath], 8, n
Cloth of gold : see Church Furniture
Clothes :

Apron (Napron), 95

Boots, 46

Doublet (dublet) of cloth, 61

Girdle, 29, 62, 95, (red) 62, (red,
barred with silver) 63, (silver) 8, 22,
(barred with silver) 62

Gown, 6, 10, 13, 23, 28, 39, 46, 51,
00, 62, 67, 80, 82, 88, 93, 95 ;
(green) 46, 61, 62, 86 ; (heavy) 41 ;
(mustervelers colour) 29 ; (red)
62, 86 ; (russet) 29, 46 ; (furred
russet) 29, 41 ; (violet) 35

Hosen, 74

Kersey, 74

Kirtle (Kyrtell), 76, 82, 95

Slippers, 46

Smock, 62, 76, 95

Tunic, 46 ; (under) 46

Undergarment, 93

Undergown, 93

See also Academic Garments ;
Vestments
Cloths and Woven Materials :

Blankets, 37, 54, 82

Board cloth (bordcloth), 95

Cloth, 62 ; (thick felt), 62

Coactule, 62

Coverlet, 30, 66, 82, 95 ; (green) 37

Sheets, 8, 37, 54, 62, 63, 82, 05

Towel, 62 ; (diaper), 4

See also Church Furniture
Coactule : See Cloths
Coffer : see Furniture
Coins :

Groats (grottes), 33, 62

Marks of silver, 50
Colt : see Livestock
Combs [Kammes] : see Implements
Consistory Court, Bishop of Win-
chester's : see Courts of Probate
Copes : see Vestments
Cordwainer, cordwener : see Occupa-
tions
Corn : see Crops
Courts of Probate, i.

Archdeacon of Surrey's Court, ii.

Bishop of Winchester's Consistory
Court, ii.

Husting Courts in London, i.



" Peculiars," i.

Prerogative Court of the Archbishop
of Canterbury, i.
Coverlet : see Cloths
Cows : see Livestock
Crops and Grain :

Barley, 2, 4, 7, 10, 24, 28, 32, 33, 39,
40, 62 64 (2), 67 (2), 76, 81, 83, 92

Corn, 24

Grain, 9, 87

Oats, 58, 86

Rye, 10, 16

Wheat, 7, 10, 33, 58 ; Winter Wheat,

53
Cross : see Church Furniture
Cup : see Household Implements

D.

Demaynys [possessions], 26
Deployd [lined], 46
Dish : see Household Implements
Doublet, Dublet : see Clothes



E.



see Vest-



Ecclesiastical Garments

ments
English Wills : see Wills
Ewes : see Livestock
Ewe teg : see Livestock
Exchequer, King's : see Offices and

Officials
Execowis [executors], 94



Farrier : see Occupations
Fellmonger, felmongere : see Occupa-
tions
Ferrour {Farrier) : see Occupations
Flayes : see Implements
Foreign, 38
Fraternities :

Bermondsey (St. Mary), 40
Camberwell (St. Giles), 21
Egham (Holy Cross), 21, 58, 70
Guildford (St. John the Baptist in

Holy Trinity), 13, 16, 81, 84
Kingston (Holy Trinity), 72
Southwark (St. Anne in St. Mar-
garet's), 27 ; (St. Barbara in St.
Olave's), 45 ; (St. Katherine in
St. Mary Magdalene), 27 ; (St.
Mary in St. Margaret's), 24, 25, 27 ;
(St. Mary in St. Olave's), 22, 23,

44 (2)
Freston [free stone], 39
Furniture :

Bed, 37, 46, 65 ; (feather), 54, 86

Bolster, 37, 54, 82

Candelabra, 5, 53

Candlestick, 80, 82, 86, (latten) 10

Celer of a bed, 62

Chest, 46, 50 (2)

Coffer (spruce), 78

Mattress (materas, matras), 37 82

See also Church Furniture



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G.

Gelding: see Livestock

Gentleman : see Occupations

Girdle : see Clothes

Gown : see Clothes

Gown with Hood : see Academic

Garments
Grain : see Crops
Groats (grottes) : see Coins

H.

Hammers : see Implements

Harness, 52

Harnessed [furnished], 29

Heifers : see Livestock

' Hekford ' : see Livestock

Helyng [roofing], 43

Herse Cloth : see Church Furniture

Highways, Repair of : see Roads

Hold grottes [old groats] : see Coins

Hood, Gown with : see Academic

Garments
Hood of Silk : see Academic Garments
Horses : see Livestock
Hosen : see Clothes
Household Implements :

Basins, 2, 5, 86 ; (latten), 41, 93, 94 ;
(wash), 72

Bowl (brass), 37, 44

Cauldron (cawdern, cawdron), 5,82,95

Charger, 10, 93

Cup, 8

Dish, 44, 46, 63, 77, 86 ; (brass), 4, 45

Masor (mazer), 8, 76

Pan, 72 ; (brass), 86

Pelvis cumlavatorio [wash basin], 38,
72

Plate (pewter), 10

Platters, 63, 86, 93

Pot, 5, 24, 95 " (brass), 4, 30, 46 (2),
49, 66, 71, 72, 77, 86, 93, 94 ;
(cooking), 10, 44, 77

Saltcellars, 86

Saucer of pewter, 10

Skillet (skelett), brass, 37

Spoons, 51 ; (silver), 8, 23, 46, 55,
62, 65, 86
Husbandman : see Occupations
Husting, Courts of, in London : see

Courts of Probate



Images : see under Lights and Tapers
Implements and Tools (various) :

Anvil (anvild), 8

Combs, 2

Flayes, 2

Hammers, 8

Loom, 77

Quiltorn (quyltorn), 2

Surgical Instruments, 41

Tongs, 8

Warping barres, 2

Warping fate, 2
Innholder : see Occupations
Iron (yren), 78



J.

Jewelry and Personal Effects :
Beads, of chalcedony (calsedones), 51

(of coral), 51, 62 ; (of silver), 51
Chain (gold), 35
Girdle (silver), 8, 22
Knife, the pommel with an eagle's

claw gilt, 61
Seal (gold), 35



K.

Kammes [combs] : see Jewelry
Kene [Kine] : see Livestock
Kersey [coarse cloth] : see Clothes
Kine : see Livestock
Kirtle : see Clothes
Knife : see Jewelry
Kyrtell : see Clothes



Labourer : see Occupations

Lambs : see Livestock

Lamp : see Church Furniture

Language, Curiosities of : see Names,
unusual ; Wills (English) ; Words
and spellings, unusual

Laths, 39

Lattyn [latten, an alloy similar to
brass] : see under Household Imple-
ments

Lead (lede), 78

Li ggy n g Uyig], 93

Lights and tapers, Bequests of : 14, 42,

50. 59 (2), 77

of the High Altar, 19

of Corpus Christi, 13, 49, 61, 81

of the Fraternity, 58

before altars or images, 2, 3, 5, 7,
8, 10, 13 (4), 14 (2), 15 (2), 16 (2),
18, 19 (2), 22 24, 26 29 (2),
3033 (2), 34. 35 (2), 37. 39. 4. 42,
43, 46 (2), 49 (2), 50 (2), 51. 53 (2)
55 (2), 56, 58 (2), 6063 (3). 64
(4), 67, 69 (2), 7072 (2), 73 (2),
7476 (3), 77 (2), 78 (2). 79 (2).
81 (2), 8286, 89, 91 (2), 93

before the Cross or Rood, 5, 7 10,
13, 14, 16, 18, 19, 21, 24, 25,
29. 3i. 33. 35. (2), 37. 46 (2),
49 (2), 50 (2), 53 (2), 56. 63,
64 (3), 66, 71 (2), 72, 73 (3). 75,
76 (3). 79. 80, 83, 85, 89, 95 ;
(great cross), 69 ; (high cross), 66,
70, 85 ; (cross of Comfort), 64

before the crucifix, 3, 11, 33, 37- 45.

53

of the Holy Trinity, 34, 35 ( 2 ). 37. 5.

64. 7. 73. 78, 93

before the sepulchre, 18, 24, 31, 86, 89,

of souls, 70
Lumen Tortorum, 24
Limb, 39



Index.



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Linen Cloth for the altar : see Church

Furniture
Livestock :

Bees (hive of), 17, 54 ; (hyvys of
benne), 82 ; (stedill of bene), 12

Bullocks, 9, 14, 24, 28, 39, 47, 54,
84 ; ' hekford ' bullock, 10, 12 ;
cow bullock, 47

Calves, 15, 16 (2), 19, 20, 28(2) ; 40,
(calf ' Wanworth '), 11 ; calf year-
ling, 1 6

Colt, mare, 52

Cows, 2 (2), 9, 10, 15, 18, 20 22,
28 (2), 30, 31, 32 (2), 34, 36, 37,
43, 44, 46, 47, 49, 53. 58, 63, 66,
72. 75- 79. g 2. 84, 86, 87 (2), 89,
90 (2), 91

Ewes, 2 (2), 10, 12, 17, 24, 26, 28, 35,
55. 56, 58, 64, 67 (2), 69, 72, 81,
89, 91, 92 ; ewe teg, 20

Gelding, black, 49

Heifers, 15, 26 (2), 28, 50, 53, 55,
58 60, 63, 77 ; ' hekford ' heifer,

53
' Hekford,' 79 : see also Bullocks,

Heifers
Horses, 13, 18, 47 ; (dark grey), 50 ;

(roan), 22
Kine (Kene) : see Cows
Lambs, 2, 17, 20, 24, 28, 33, 46, 49,

50. 54. 57. 58 (2), 64, 67, 68, 74,

76, 77
Mares, 4, 52 ; (mare with foal), 22
Oxen, 1, 6, 7, 11, 18, 19, 23, 28, 47,

49. 54- 66, 87, 89
Pig. 5 ' (' sow no 8 ' P^)' IO
Sheep, 2, 3. 7, 13 (3), 18, 21, 22 (2),

25 (5). 26, 2931, 33, 39. 4346

(2), 47, 49 (3). 50. 53 (2). 55. 58 (2),

59, 60 (2), 63 (2), 66, 69 (2), 70

73 (2). 74. 76. 77 (2). 80 (2), 81,

8487 (3). 88, 94

a teg, 10

yearlings, 10

Steers, 9, 63, 86, 90, 92
Swine, 18, 47
Loom : see Implements
Lyuelod in blith [livelihood in joyjUl-
ness], 40

M.

Malt : 5, 30, 37, 64, 66, 95 ; (barley),
7.32

Mares : see Livestock

Marks of silver : see Coins

Masses for the Dead (Trentals, Trig-
intals, etc.), 10, ir, 14, 16, 22 24,
2830, 32, 34, 35, 37, 38, 47, 50, 51,
55. 61, 65, 66, 91

Mattress : see Furniture

Mazer (Masor) [a bowl] : see House-
hold Implements

Medoys [meadows], 48

Mercer : see Occupations

Metals : see Household Implements ;
Iron ; Jewelry ; Lead



Miller : see Occupations

Month mind in die Irigenlali [the
commemoration of the dead on the
thirtieth day after death], 37, 38, 51

Mortuary [offering to Church on death,
usually the principal beast], 7,
9, 11, 19 (2), 28, 29, 33, 38, 45,
55, 64 (2), 6567, 75, 83, 87,

92,94
Mustervelers [grey woollen cloth] : see
Clothes

N.

Names, Christian, Unusual :

Alson, 20, 58 ; Amoia, 90 ; Angneta,
87 ; Dietrich, 45 ; Diorathia, 50 ;
Emmot or Emota, 30, 66; Gillian,
49 ; Gylmet, 40 ; Isoda, 4 ; Malina,
1 1 ; Martyn, for a woman, 74 ;
Molta, 13; Reberga, 77; Ro-
barga, 9 ; Recard, 90 ; Record,
90 ; Symkyn, 47
Napron (Apron) : see Clothes
Notary Public : see Occupations

O.

Oak : see Timber

Oats : see Crops

Obits [annual commemoration of the

death of a person], 38, 65
Occupations, Professions, Trades, &c. :

Baker, 74

Barber (barbor, barbour, berbour),

37. 40. 45- 67
Brewer, 23
Capper, 40
Carpenter, 11, 24
Clerk : see Parish Clerk
Cordwainer (cordwener), 74
Farrier (ferrour), 27
Fellmonger (felmongere), 22
Gentleman, 11, 38, 65
Husbandman, 18, 39, 52
Innholder (inholder), 64
Labourer, 36
Mercer, 71
Miller, 22

Notary public, vi., 1
Parish clerk, 38, 71, 92
Skinner (Skynner) 44, 45
Smith, viii., 70
Stonemason, 60
Surgeon, viii. 40
Tailor (Tayler, Taylour), 25, 37 (2),

44 (2), 74

Waterman, 27

Waxchandler (Wexchaundler), 41

Weaver, viii., 3

Yeoman, 11 (3), 61
Odes [woods], 48
Offices and officials :

Exchequer, 34

Lord Treasurer, iii.

Official of the archdeacon, iii.,
23, 40, 76, 79, 80, 87
Oxen : see Livestock



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Painting in the Church : see Church

Furniture
Pan : see Household Implements
Parish Clerk : see Occupations
' ' Peculiars ' ' : see Courts of Probate
Pig : sec Livestock
Pewter : see Household Implements
Plate : see Household Implements
Platters : see Household Implements
Pond, Repair of, 92
Poor, Bequests for the, 7, 39, 40
Portenaunce [appurtenances'], 47
Pot : see Household Implements
Prerogative Court of the Archbishop

of Canterbury : see Courts of Probate
Principal [meaning the principal beast] :

see Mortuary
Probate, Places of, iv.



Cjuiltorn, quyltorn [an instrument for
turning a weaver's quills] : see
Implements

R.

Recordys [witnesses], 94
Religious House :

House of Jesus of Sheen, 55
Religious Orders :

Friars, 28, 46

Friars Minor of Colchester, 51

Friars Preachers (Black Friars) at
Guildford, 39, 46, 6o, 86

Carmelite Friars, 28

White Friars of London, 32
Ridus [? grass road], 29
Road or Highway, Repair of, ix., 8,

11, 16, 18 (2), 30, 32, 34, 58, 66,

71, 72

: see also Bridges

Rye : see Crops



Saltcellars : see Household Implements

Saucer : see Household Implements

Schools, 46

Seal : see Jewelry

Sectours [executors], 82

Sheep : see Livestock

Sheets : see Cloths

Skillet : see Household Implements

Skinner : see Occupations

Slippers : see Clothes

Smith : see Occupations

Smock : see Clothes

Spoons : see Household Implements

Stedill [or Staddle, the post or support

of a hive, here used as hive], 12
Steers : see Livestock
Stok [a store of money), 86
Stonemason : see Occupations
Suigical Instruments : see Implements
Surplice : see Vestments
Swine : see Livestock



Tailor : see Occupations

Tapers : see Lights

Teg [a sheep in its second year] : see

Livestock
Tiles, 39
Timber, Oak, 72
Tongs : see Implements
Torches : see Church Furniture
Towel : see Cloths
Trentals or Trigintals [thirty masses] :

see Masses for the Dead
Trindill [a hanging hoop to hold tapers], 53
Tunic : see Clothes

U.
Undergarment : see Clothes
Undergown : see Clothes



Vestments :

Copes, repair of, 27

Figured Vestment, 90

Surplice, 16, 71

Repair of Vestments, 27
Vice [advice], 48

W.

Wanworth [a beast of little value], 1 1

Warping fate and barres [a weaver's
vat and bars] : see Implements

Waterman : see Occupations

Wax : see Church Furniture

Waxchandler: see Occupations

Weapons : see Bow

Wheat : see Crops

Wills, English, 4, 12, 17 (2), 18, 19,
25. 31. 33 (2), 36, 3840, 43. 47.
51, 52, 56. 58, 61 (2), 67, 74, 78, 80,
82 (2), 84, 91, 93 95

Winchester's, Bishop of, Consistory
Court : see Courts of Probate

Words and spellings (unusual) : see
Anvild ; Baptismate ; Bene ; Ber-
elles ; Calsedones ; Cawdern ; Celar ;
Churchliton ; Claper ; Coactule ;
Demaynys ; Deployd ; Ewe teg ;
Execowis ; Ferrour ; Flayes ;
Foreign ; Hekford ; Helyng ; Hold
Grottes ; Kammes ; Kene ; Lattyn ;
Liggyng ; Lyuelod in blith ; Masor ;
Medoys ; Monthmind ; Mortuary ;
Mustervelers ; Napron ; Obits ;
Odes ; Portenaunce ; Principal ;
Quiltorn ; Recordys ; Ridus ; Sec-
tours ; Stedill ; Stok ; Teg ; Trental or
Trigintal ; Trindill ; Vice ; Wan-
worth ; Warping Fate; Yeoyn;
Yoyn ischyp ; Yren

Wykyrsame, Dietrich, 45

Y.

Yeoman : see Occupations

Yevyn [given], 20

Yoyn schyp [young sheep] ; see Live

stock
Yren [iron], 78



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