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plate, jewels, etc. 1. 26, 122,
130-1; book in the library 123 1.
1; lady Margaret's arms and por-
traits there 126 l. 14, 18; money
paid for the building 180 l. 11, 16,
1861. 32, 191 l. 15, 197—8, 226 1.6,
19; plate and stuff delivered to 181
1. 23, 182, 216 l. 15, 257 l. 13;
bulls for 184 1. 27, 185 l. 30, 226
1. 1; image made for, by Maynerd
Waywyke 186 1. 15; works done
there by Ol. Scalez 1. 18; painted
books for 1. 27; paid to the clerks
of the signet for writing a book
and enrolling it in chancery 187 l.
6, 190 1. 21; Creke appropriated
to 197 1. 32; Edw. Fouke one of
the fellows 198 1. 3; 4 staves
garnished for the coll. by Jo.
Moundey goldsmith 1. 17; picture
of the foundress by Maynerde 1.
23; a scholar pertaining to bp.
Stanley maintained by the exors.
199 1. 9; a fire-ball of tin given
to 192 1. 8, 211 1. 29; livery
bought at Sturbridge fair 251 Ỉ.
18; twelve pence a week (in Dec.
1586 35.) for commons 1. 22.
christening of a royal infant, ordi-
nances for 34 1. 22.

Christmas 39 1. 31; lord of misrule
47 1. 23; Christmas prince 238 1.
44.

Clarence, Geo. d. of, has grant of
the honour of Richmond from
Edw. IV 14 1. 11; confirmed by
H. VI 16 1. 7.

Clavering 1661. 36.
Clegge, Harry 246 1. 18.

Clement, pope, his bull in favour of
Ospringe 173 1. 34.

clergy vote £12,000 for a crusade in
1500 65 1. 6.

Cobb, freemason 254 l. 47, 255 1.
13, 23, 28.

Cobeham, Eleanor dau. of Sir
Reginald, excepted from pardon
12 Oct. 25 H. IV 169 1. 18..
Cobham 220 l. 19.

46

Cok, Paul, of the chancery 207 1.
Cokiscrofte in Eslynge 161 1. 35.
Coldehareburgh (Coldeharborough,
Couldherber) in Thames Street
in the parish of Allhallows the
less Lond. 36 1. 14, 71 1. 30 and
n. 4, 216 1. 22.

Cole, Wm. 98 n. I.

Colet, Dr Jo. 244 1. 36.
Colham 89 1. 5.
Collyng, Wm. 255 l. 24.
Colne Wake 38 1. 24, 30; Colney-
wake 222 1. 27.

Colyngham manor Yorksh. 9 1. 15.
Colyweston 35 l. 29, 43 l. 10, 44 11.,

53 l. 5, 54 1. 9, 58 l. 1, 61 1. 4,
64 1. 35, 83 1. 32, 88 1. 1-8, 14
and n. 3, 216 1. 29, 230 l. 10, 237
1. 44, 246 l. 8, 249 1. 38; Coly-
weston, lady Margaret there 14
May 17 H. VII 79 1. 7; Coly-
weston, bequest to the parish
church 132 1. 31.

Comartyn, co. Devon 216 1. 45.
Combe 220 l. 19.

Combemartyn 35 1. 19 and 23, 36
1. II.

Comberton (Cumb.) 171 1. 31.
commons in college, a shilling a
week 251 1. 22.

Compton, Mr 194 l. 35, 226 l. 21;
Compton, Wm. 215 l. 42, 219 l.
23, 221 1. 21, 222 1. 33.
confraternity, letters of 84-5, 245
1. 32; Roy Read me and be not
wroth, ed. Arber 85 'Many a
pover fryer ye do fede | of youre
bounteous charite. | wherfore ye
were made sister in the last
general chapter of our whole
confraternitie. | by meanes wher-
of ye are partetaker of our
watchynge, fast and prayer, | re-
membrynge you in our memento.

there is no daye that commeth
to passe, but ye have parte of
many a masse, | preservynge you
from çarfull wo.'
Conington 176 1. 5.
Conway, Hugh 24 1. 7.
Conyngesby, Mr, payment to him
for examining the title-deeds of
St John's 201 1. 28; Conyngesby,
Humphr. king's serj. 223 1. 24;
Conyngsbye 80 l. 19.
Copcot, Jo. 251 1. 23.

Copwode, Jo., Mr Blagge's clerk,
redemption of the annuity granted
to him out of St John's hospital
196 1. 20.

Corfe manor 32 1. 8, 36 1. 2.
Cornwall, duchy of 169 1. 40.
Corpus Christi coll. Cambridge,
refuses lady Margaret's recom-
mendation of Thos. Maunfeld for
a fellowship 62—3.
Coryryvell 229 1. 5; see Currey
Ryvell.

Cotenham, Alan of, clk. 176 1. 38.
Cotmont, Richard, servant of lady
Margaret 86 1. 13.
Coton (Cotes) 171 l. 31.
Cottyngham in Yorkshire 20 1.

20.

Cotyngham Langton 222 1. 43.
court interference in the appoint-
ment to petty offices 65-6, 69—

71.
Courtenay, Kath. countess of

Devon, her vow of chastity 98
1. 37; 6th dau. of Edw. IV 251

1. 2.

Cranefeld, Rog., master of St
Mary's hospital Ospringe 163 1.
29.

Cressy hall, Surflet 50 1. 6.
Creyke (Creke), abbey of St Mary
de pratis there, granted to lady
Margaret for Christ's coll. 14
July 1507 103 1. 28, 197 1. 32.
Croke, Wm., auditor to lady Mar-
garet 66 1. 37, 255 1. 39.
Cromwell, Ralph lord 43 1. II.
Cromwell, Tho. 243 l. 36.
Croyland abbey 113 n. 1; lady
Margaret and her mother ad-
mitted into fraternity 1464 15
1. 3.

Crusade, proposed in 1500 65; in

1499-1507 241-2.
Crutched friars, lady Margaret's
bequest to 117 1. 16.
Currey Ryvell manor Som. 16 1.
23; Curry Revel 120 l. 11; see
Coryryvell.

Curwen, Benet 193 1. 29, 195 1. 2.
Cutte Sir Jo. 215 l. 10, 222 1. 23.

daisy, device of lady Margaret 122
n. 3.

Dalbere 35 1. 26.
Dalberekes 35 l. 26.

Damay, Edm., burgess of Cam-
bridge 145 1. 24.

Danet, Gerard 224 1. 38, 227 1. 2.
Danthorpe 178 1. 20.

Darrell, Rob., master of St Mary's
Ospringe (temp. Edw. IV) 139 1.
6, 10.

Dartford manor 20 n. 2.
Daubeney, Sir Elias 50 l. 17.
Davers, Alice (1625) 246 1. 32.
Day, Howell ap, chapl. of St
Wenefrede's well 239 1. 46.
Dedham 42 1. 14.

Deeping, the convent of, admit lady
Margaret to confraternity 84 1. 6;
St James and St John 93 1. 29;
lady Margaret's molendinary rights
relaxed in 1502 in favour of the
priory of Deeping St James 77-
9; St Guthlac's parish 78 1. 29;
manor 15 1. 5, 63 1. 14; Deeping,
West 69 1. 2; Deping Market n.
1; Deping 218 1. 46, 221 l. 17,
225 1.7, 228 1. 7; Depyng 219
1. 43, 221 1. 17, 225 1. 7, 228 Í.

7.

degrees in divinity 90 n. I.
Denny, Mr, of the exchequer 202
1. 16.

Derham, Norf. 207 1. 38.

Derlyng, Ri. of London 162 1. 41.

Dermer, Jo., M. A. 145 1. 16.
Dertford 220 1. 19.
Dertyngton 35 1. 20.

Devon, Hen. Courtney earl of 229
1. 9.
Devonshire, Kateryne countess of,
sum due by her to the exors.
212-3, 225 1. 38, 226 1. 26, 260
1. 44; see Courtenay.

Deyn, one of Ashton's scholars at
St John's 256 passim.

dice forbidden in college except at
Christmas 102 1. 30.

Dinham, John lord 20 1. 9.

dinner, hour of, 10 or 11 a.m. 75
1. 22, 243 1. 39.
Ditesworth 104 l. 15.

Docwra, Tho. prior of St John's 219
1. 31.

doles, funeral 117—9, 254 l. 23.
Dolman, Dr 191 1. 2.

Dorfold manor 20 l. I.

4.

Dorset, marq. of 88 1.
Drayton Cambs. 171 1. 33.
Drayton manor 89 1. 4; West
Drayton 1. 5.
Dryelonde, Jo. 165 1. 35.
Dudley, Jo. lord 26 n. 1.
Dunham manor 20 l. II.
Durham, Thomas the prior and the
convent in 1502 grant litterae
sororitatis to lady Margaret 84-5;
lady Margaret bequeaths to the
convent a Sarum missal, altar-
cloths and vestments 132 1. 9.
Dynham, Oliver, rect. Agmondes-
ham 54 1. 21.

Edelmeton, Hen. of, benefactor to
Ospringe 165 1. 15.
Edicham 162 1. 41.
Edlyn, Rob. 227 1. 7.
Edmondes, Mr 255 l. 37.

Edmund, prince, third son of H.
VII, created d. of Somerset, his
birth, baptism and death 61, 241
1. 10-20.

Edward II and III, grants and
licences to Ospringe hospital 163,
165-7; Edward IV, his attempts
to procure the surrender of Henry
of Richmond from the duke of
Brittany 233 1. 2; confirms the
charters of God's house 100 1.
14.

Edwardes, Hugh 215 1. 46, 219.1. 8,
220 1. 1, 222 1. 6, 223 1. 30, 37,
225 l. 10, 228 1. 27.

Elie, master of St Mary's hospital.
Ospringe 163 1. 35, 167 1. 10.
Elizabeth of York, queen of H. VII,
her coronation 38, 39; at Hert-
ford at Easter 1489 45 1. ; de-
livered of a dau. 29 Nov. 1489 47

1.7; a book of prayers published
by her orders 83 1. 34 and n. 4;
knew neither Latin nor Spanish
231 1. 21; Henry of Richmond
takes an oath (Christmas day 1483
at Rennes) that he will marry her
234 27; kept under by lady
Margaret 236 1. 30; 241 1. 5, 12,
242 1. 24; cf. 33 1. 23, 38 l. 10,
40 1. 4, 41 1. 3—10, 42 l. 19, 47
1. 20, 26, 561. 8, 58 l. 2, 4, 60 l.
30, 66 1. 1, 71 1. 21, 83 1. 17, 225
1. 41; her chamberlain the earl
of Ormond 48 1. 21, 49 1. 12;
writes to Oxford university to
recommend John Greton as can-
didate for a bedelship 1501 70
1. 17; bequest to 133 1. 2; to be
prayed for at Christ's college 103
1. ; and at Westminster 106 1.
18.

Elizabeth, queen, gives to Edw. VI
as a new-year's gift" a cambric
shirt of her own making 5 1. 39
col. 2; a book-cover embroidered
by 6 1. 29 a.
Elizabeth, princess, dau. of Jas. I,
recommends a cook to the mer-
chant taylors 70 l. 30 b.
Elliots sheep pastures in Forstall
marsh 162 1. 31.

Ellys, Rob. of Leysdon, benefactor
to Ospringe 163 1. 4.
Ellys, Mr 255 1. 40, 256 l. 38.
Elmar, Wm. 226 1. 48; Eylmer 216

1. 20.

Elsyngspyttell, lady Margaret's be-
quest to 117 1. 17.
Eltham 251 1. 45.
Eltisley 171 1. 35.
Elvyrland in Ospringe 161 1. 34.
Ely (Hely 171 1. 33) bp. and chap-
ter of, granted Horningsey church
to St John's hospital 175-8; the
brethren of St John's hospital to
apply to the bp. for holy oil, con-
secration of altars, ordination 172
1. 15; prior and convent ratify bp.
Stanley's 1st grant of St John's
hospital to the executors of the
lady Margaret 12 Mar. 151 152
-3; also they ratify, by deed
dated Jan. 151 the inden-
tures dated 12 Dec. 2. H. VIII 153
1. 4, 34, 155 l. 8, 27, 157 l. 15;
also bp. Stanley's grant of 5 Jan.
151 144 1. 8.
Emson, Ri. 50 l. 19.

Enderby 20 1. 20, 222 b. 25, 224

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Englefeld, Sir Tho. 222 1. 22; Mr
Englefelde 203 1. 18.

Englyssh, Tho. serieant of the king's
pultrie 189 1. 25, 38.

epistles and gospels in French 17
1. 13.

Erasmus, his epitaph on lady Mar-
garet 124 1.4, 200 1. 33; lady
Margaret's poet (?) 60 n. 1.
Escoyd (Iscoyd) 222 1. 28, 224 1.

24.

Eslynge 161 1. 36.
Essex, earl of 88 1. 4.
Esshe, Adam de, master of St
Mary's hospital Ospringe 165 1.

25.

estate, whole and half 39 1. 20, 21.
estates 53 1. 9.

Estbridge, hosp. of St Thomas of
(12 Mar. 23 H. 11) 170 l. 7, 10.
Estchurche Sheppey 163 1. 15.
Esynden 224 1. 44.

Eustacius bp. of Ely 176 1. 32, 177
1. 37.

Eversden 171 1. 34; Everdon 255
1. 6.
Ewelme 48 1. 13.
Eyton 222 1: 25.

Farding, (Ferthyng) Tho. 216 1. 6,

220 1. 22.

fasting 76 1. 19; in England 243 1.
45, 244 1. 7, 248 1. 1.
Fawn, Jo. Qu. coll. Cambr., em-
ployed in the foundation of lady
Margaret's professorship 60 l. 22;
Fawne her preacher 93 1. 19.
Feldying, bearer of a letter from
lady Margaret, who begs the king
to sue for him to the bp. of Ely
67 1. 14.

fellowships, canvassing for 62 1. 16.
Fendrayton 104 1. 7.

Feversham, abbot and convent of
St Saviour's, agreement with St
John's coll. (10 May 9 H. VIII)
about lands in Ospringe 162 1. 23;
licence to Ospringe hospital (4
June 16 R. II) to purchase lands
there 168 1. 31; bequest to the
'ancores there 132 l. 29.
Ffyssher, Master, of Hatfield 183 1.
27, 187 1. 37.

Fischer, Rob gent. born in the
dioc. of York, resident in that of
Roch. 161 1. 17.

Fisher, Jo., justice of the common
pleas 80 1. 18.

Fisher Jo. senior proctor of Cam-
bridge dines with lady Margaret
in London 1495 58 l. 12; 65 l. 9;
appointed her chaplain cir. 1502
74 1. I; observations on his death
by John Bruce n. 1; her confessor

75 1. 3, 246 1. 46, 254 l. 2; his
account of her mortification, de-
votion and charity 75-7; of her
administration of justice 79 1. 19;
her reader at Cambridge 18 H.
VII 89 1. 16; employed to procure
her son's consent to the diversion
of her bounty from Westminster
to Cambridge 91-2, 157 l. 34,
246-7; H. VII writes to her,
asking leave to present him to a
bishopric 95-6, 248-9; trustee
for the uses of her will 1 Apr.
1505 96 1. 31, 223 1. 22, 2241. 12;
his treatise on the seven peniten-
tial psalms 97; lady Margaret
takes to him a vow of chastity as
being determined to owe him
obedience in all things concerning
the weal of her soul 97-8, 233 1.
39, 243 1. 24; said to have been
a member of God's house 100 1.
22; has rooms reserved to him at
Chr. coll., of which he is appoint-
ed visitor 103 1. 15; recommends
lady Margaret to convert St
John's hospital into a college 110
1. 5, 252—3; preaches a fun.
sermon on H. VII, which at lady
Margaret's request is printed by
Wynkyn de Worde 111; often
preached on public occasions 112
n.; his account of lady Margaret's
last moments 112-3; of her
character 113-4; is one of her
exors. 119 1. 13, 140 l. 40, 142 1.
32, 143 l. 16, 38, 144 l. 15, 145 1.
38, 153 l. 12, 180 l. 5, 31, 185 1.
10, 186 1. 12, 189 1. 12, 191 l. 23,
192 1. 16, 35, 193 l. 32, 38, 194 1.
20, 32, 39, 195 l. 12, 17, 30, 196
1. 4, 15, 27, 32, 197 1. 29, 198 1.
5, 20, 27, 1991. 7, 203 1. 5, 204 1.
27, 205 n. 1, 206 1. 2-8, 17, 23, 36,
209 1. 19, 210 1. 24 and n. 1, 211
1. 17, 212 1. 7, 13, 214 l. 10-33,
215 1. 9, 216 1. 12, 217 l. 44, 223
1. 44, 226 1. 24, 32, 260 1. 8, 37;
preaches at her month's mind 123,
129 1. 8, 157 1. 31; lodged an
ancient register in St John's ar-
chives 129 1. 5; her bequest of
plate to him 133 1. 17; with diffi-
culty induces bp. Stanley to keep
his engagement to suppress St
John's hospital 137; obtains the
grant of Ospringe hospital 138,
162 1. 19, 33; founds four fellow-
ships and two scholarships at St
John's 138; empowered by the
exors 20 Mar. 1518 to make sta-
tutes for the college 140 1. II;
MS. notes by (?) 184 1. 15, 1921.
3; directs books to be bought for

Chr. coll. 186 1. 30; orders books
for St John's library 196 1. 9, 202
1. 13; orders the payment of 205.
to Erasmus for an epitaph 200 1.
35; of 20s. to Wm. Thomlyns,
late master of St John's hospital,
for information 201 1. 27; labours
for five years and upwards on
account of lady Margaret's will
202 1. 33, 203 1. 28, 227 1. 21;
his payments to Wolsey 205 1.
28, 2131. 1; his speech to H. VII
at Cambridge [1506?] 232 1. 20,
234 1. 36, 249; ordered to meet
the pope's ambassador 237 1. 40;
his statutes for St John's 238, 251
1.9; ypocrace, sugarplate and
sukkettes given to him by Qu.
coll. 1516 238 1. 36; diverts lady
Margaret's charity from West-
minster to Cambridge and pro-
cures the assent of H. VII 246—7;
Qu. coll. promise to elect him
president 249, 250; reserves to
his use the master's chambers at
St John's 251 1. 28; H. vIII boast-
ed to card. Pole that no king
could shew a bp. equal to him
in learning and virtue 253 1. 35;
his special obligation to study the
king's welfare 1. 46; lady Mar-
garet committed her grandson to
his charge 254 1. 6; not co-
founder of St John's coll. 258 1.
41; his letter to Ri. Croke 1. 42.
Fitzjames, Ri. bp. of Roch., Chich.
and London, confessor to lady
Margaret 75 1. 4, 98 l. 3, 39 b,
215 1. 9, 243 l. 19, 250 l. 45.
Flete 35 1. 20.
Flyntham 20 1. 13.

Fokysdon [Foxton] Reginald of 176
1. 35.

fool, the earl of Derby's 57 1. 30 b.
Footehede, Jo. clk. 223 1. 26; Fote-
hede 183 1. 20; Jo. Fotehede B.D.
master of Michaelhouse 145 l. 11,
147 23.
Fordham 129 1. 20.

Fortescue (Foschue) Sir Adr. 129

1. 21.

Fosters in Curry Revel 120 l. II.
Fotheringay coll. 193 1. 25, 30.
Fouke, Edw. fell. Chr. 198 1. 3.
Fowler, Edith, bequest to 134 1. 33;
Fouler, Thos. and Edith 223 1.
21, 224 1. 11.
Fox, Ri. bp. Exeter and ld. privy
seal 48 1. 1, 50 l. 16; bp. of
Durham 240 1. 45; of Winches-
ter 83 1. 30, 96 l. 18, 110 l. 34;
an exor. of lady Margaret 119 1.
12, 121 1. 7, 29, 137
II, 140 1.
40, 142 l. 32, 143 16, 37, 145 1.

38, 153 l. 12, 186 1. 5, 187 1. 27,
205 n. 1, 215 1. 6, 8, 21, 216 1.
12, 226 1. 43, 227 l. 11, 248 l. 18;
letters sent to him from Cam-
bridge university 83 1. 30; in
C.C.C. library Oxon. there is a
short Latin life of him by Tho.
Greenaway Wood-Bliss F. O. I

121.

Foxton 255 1. 8; see Fokysdon.
Frampton 36 1. 5.

France, king of, his debt to lady
Margaret 92 1. 6, 35; see Louis

XII.

Francis duke of Brittany 232 1. 47,

233 1. 7, 234.
Freeston, Christ. a scholar main-

tained by lady Margaret 188 1. 2.
Fremyngham, Rob. 191 1. 30, 216
1. 18, 225 l. 36, 226 1. 46.
Fremyngton 35 1. 21—2, 219 1. 18,
224 1. 17.

French 5 l. 11, 76 l. 11, 95 l. 8, 108
1. 28-31, 112 1. 10, 231 1. 19,
233 l. 31, 239 1. 31, 37; books 17
1. 12-3; book limned, with divers
stories, beginning with Genesis
132 1. 33; Magna Carta printed
134 1. 30; petition of the brethren
of Ospringe hospital to R. II 168

1. 33.

friars observants 215 1. 16.
Friday fast 76 1. 26.

Frognale, Alex., bequests to 134 1.

22; Frognall, Mrs 216 1. 14;
Froknoll, Mr 226 l. 45.
Frost, Hen. founder of St John's
hospital 109 1. 36.

Frowick, Sir Thos. king's serj. after-
wards justice of the common pleas
80 1. 17.

Froysart on vellum 132 1. 36.
Fulbek 36 1.8; Fulbeke 224 1. 35.
Fulbourn (Fulburge) 171 l. 34.
Fuller, Tho. a statement of his
wrongfully questioned by Ames 83

n. 4.

Fyvepounde, Rob. 227 1. 12.

Gabriel, Dr 227 1. 15.

garter king of heralds 200 l. 26, 226

1. 25.
Gaunt, John of, his natural children

by Cath. Swinford, legitimated by
act of parl. in 1397 2 1. 20; his
daughters could write 231 1. 16.
Gaynesford Nic. 39 1. 18.
Gayton 36 1. 7.

gentlemen, young, bred up as pages

in the houses of eminent church-
men 52-3 n.

Gerveys, Rob., benefactor to Os-
pringe 165 1. 15.

Giffard (Galfrid, Gyffard), Walter
abp. of York 167 l. 23.
gilds 86-7, 245 l. 36; Wordsworth
Eccl. Biogr. 114 224-9.
Gisleham, Andr. clerk, of Canter-
bury diocese 175 l. 6, 44, 46, 176
1. 26, 30, 177 1. 47.
Glasyer, Symond 186 1. 37.
Gloucester, Alex. of 163 1. 1.
gloves, gifts of 48 l. 23, 29, 111 l.
4, 6; at funerals 119 l. 32 a.
God's house, Cambridge 251 1. 5.
Godebold, Rog. of Sheppey, bene-
factor to Ospringe 163 1. 13.
Godfray, Thos., his translation of
'the fourth book of the imitation
of J. C.' 95 l. 16.

Gorge, Rob., benefactor to Ospringe
165 l. 14.

Gower in English 134 1. 5.
Gracian, Wm. master of St Mary's
hospital Ospringe (12 Mar. 23 H.
III) 170 1. 8.

grammar, chantry priest at Winborn
to teach freely 59 1. 17; cf. 240 l.
23, 259 1. 28.
Granchester (Gransete, Grantesete)
166 1. 37, 171 1. 31.
Greenwich 39 1. 3, 32, 92 1. 29;
prince Edmond baptised at the
Grey friars 24 Febr. 1498, 61 1.
13; friars observants of 258 1. 24;
gifts of wine to them 190 1. 3, 199
1. 5; Reculver a brickmaker there
193 1. 7, 13; row from Lambeth
to 195 1. 4.

Grene the smith 255 1. 12.
Greton, Jo., unsuccessful candidate
for a bedelship at Oxford 1501 70

1. 17.
Guildford 236 1. 38; chantry at
Trin. ch. 33-4.

Gunyonneth (Enymoneth) 222 1. 28,
224 1. 24; Guynyanneth 20 1. 21.

Hadham, Herts, Edmund Tudor
born there and named Edmund of
Hadham 8 1. 27.

Hale manor 20 l. II.

Hale, Jo. 228 1. 12; Hales, Jo.
escheator of H. VIII 138 1. 38,
226 1. 22.
Hamewold 163 1. 1.

Hardwick (Herdwyk) 171 1. 32.
Hatfield (Hatfelde) 37 1. 1; the
various towns of the name n. 2;
129 1. 28; cf. Hatfield 183 1. 22,
28, 184 1. 2, 22, 225 l. 47, 251 1.
45; almsfolk there 121 1. 8, 188
1. 17, 198 1. 32, 201 l. 17, 209 1.
18, 226 1. 9.

Hawarden manor 20 l. 10.
Hawkyns, Nic. rect. of E. Derham
and archd. of Ely 108 n. 5.

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