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Hawlched, Rob. burgess of Cam-

bridge 145 l. 25.
Hawtemprice

monastery York,
founded by lady Margaret 223
1. 6.

Hayes, Jo. of Tiverton, attainted
(1492) 51 1. 1.
Hedcorn 162 1. 38—9.
Heddelyng 162 I. 12.
Helpestone 104 1. 7.

Hemingford, John of 176 1. 40, 178
1. 10.

Hengrave manor 14 1. 5.

Henrison, Ri. clerk, decr. bacc.
commissary of bp. Stanley for
livery of seisin of St John's hos-
pital to the exors. 143 l. 23, 144
1. 28, 37

Henry [1] charter 30 Aug. 24
regni in favour of St Mary's
Ospringe 162 1. 36; others 163 1.
10, 22, 33, 37.

Henry IV, his general pardon to
Ospringe hospital (12 Oct. 25
regni), from which Eleanor Cob-
ham, Jo. Bolton, Wm. Wighale
and the murderers of Sir Christ.
Talbot are excepted 169 1. 7.
Henry VI (?) his patent in favour of
Ospringe hospital 169 1. 1; com-
mits the ward and marriage of
lady Margaret to Wm. de la Pole
4, 5; favours the suit of his bro-
ther Edm. earl of Richmond 6 1.
23, 7 1. 17; foretold the greatness
of Henry of Richmond 232 1. 36;
Jo. Bingham transfers to him the
honours of a founder of God's
house 100 l. 12, 25, 101 l. 16;
to be prayed for at Christ's college
103 1. 2.

Henry VII born after his father's
death 8 n. 5, viz. 28 Jan. (St Agnes
the 2nd) 145 9 1. 29 and n. 4, 10
n. 1, 67 1. 30, 232 l. 14, 17; suc-
ceeds to the earldom of Richmond
and to his father's estates 10 l. 5;
granted to the grey friars of Car-
marthen a yearly rent for £8 for
a daily chantry mass and per-
petual anniversary for his father's
soul and keeps an annual obiit
for him in Westm. abbey on 3
Nov. 11 1. 27; is attainted on the
accession of Edw. IV and the
honour of Richmond granted to
Geo. d. of Clarence 14 1. 8, 16 1.
6; his wardship probably given
to Wm. lord Herbert e. of Pem-
broke, who in his will 16 July
1468 says: I will that Maud my
dau. be married to the ld. Henry
of Richmond 15 1. 11; resides
with Maud countess dowager of

Pembroke, by whom he is edu-
cated 1. 21, 232 1. 29; presented
by his uncle Jasper to H. vi, who
foretells his future greatness 15-6,
232 1. 36; flies with his uncle 1471
to France, but is driven by stress
of weather to Brittany, where he
remains during the reign of E. IV
16 1. 9, 232 I. 44, 233 l. 1; his
stepfather ld. Henry Stafford, by
will dated 2 Oct. 1481, proved
4 May 1482, bequeaths to him a
trappur of four new horse harness
of velvet 17 1. 18; his mother
begs the d. of Buckingham to
intercede with R. III for his re-
turn, promising to marry him
without dower to a dau. of E. IV
23 1. ; his mother and Bucking-
ham propose to marry him to
Elizabeth of York and offer him
the crown 1. 21; Hugh Conway
sent to inform him of the plot 24
1. 6, 25 1. 3; to which he agrees
and is aided by the d. of Brittany
24 1. 12, 25 1. 6, 234 l. 21, 31;
attainted after the failure of Buck-
ingham's rebellion 24 1. 30, 35,
27 1.9; his mother prevented
from communicating with him
26 1. 27, 235 1. 5; in correspond-
ence with lord Stanley 27 1. 2;
puts to sea 1 Aug. 1485, lands
at Milford Haven, defeats R. III
at Bosworth 22 Aug. 1. 7; joined
by ld. Stanley, who crowns him on
the battle-field 1. 17; his title to
the crown as heir of H. VI incon-
trovertible 29 1. 1, 235 1. 7; par-
liament settles the crown on him
and repeals the acts of attainder
against him 30 1. 1; the honour of
Richmond vested in him, saving
his mother's rights 31 1. 13; crown-
ed 30 Oct. 1485 1. 31, 235 1. 27;
grants his mother lands in Dorset
and Somerset 32 1. 7; 5 Mar.
148 appoints the e. of Derby
high constable of England 1. 17;
exacts from the earl's grandson a
fine of £6000 for a pardon n. 3;
appoints Chr. Urswyke his chapl.
and almoner 1. 24; his marriage
with Elizabeth of York 18 Jan.
148 33 1. 6; charge of harshness
towards his wife false 1. 14,
but see 236 1. 26; 6 Feb. 1485
gives a licence for a chantry
at Guilford 1. 22, the chaplain
of which was daily to celebrate
divine service for his soul 34
1. 3; 3 Aug. grants to his mother
an annuity of 1000 with the
government of the sons of the

late d. of Buckingham 1. 14; his
son Arthur baptised at Winchester
35 l. 10; 22 Mar. 1489 makes
large grants of lands to his mother
1. 17, 39 l. 24, 222 1. 36; a ser-
vant of his sent to Ware 36 1. 33;
writes May 1487 (or 1495) to the
e. of Ormond respecting Simnel's
(or Warbeck's) rebellion; has sent
for his wife and mother 37-8;
grants to his mother the estates of
John de la Pole e. of Lincoln
slain at Stoke 16 June 1487 38
1. 28; coronation of his queen 25
Nov. 1487 38-9; at mass in St
Stephen's Westm. 26 Nov. 39 1.
II; his grant of lands to his
mother confirmed 1. 22; his
mother with him at Windsor in
1488 41; accompanies him to
Westminster 42 1. 18; he receives
at St Paul's a sword and cap of
maintenance sent by Innocent VIII
1. 20; the same from Julius II in
1505 43 1. 21 a; keeps Christmas
1488 at Sheen, afterwards called
from him Richmond 43 1. 1; his
court at Hertford Easter 1489 45
1. 1; princess Margaret born 29
Nov. 1489 47 1. 7; keeps Christ-
mas 1489 and Candlemas [2
Febr.] 148 at Westm., abbot of
misrule, procession to Westm.
Hall 1. 18; 2 Febr. 1488 'a play
and after a voyde' at Whitehall
48 1. 4; visits his mother Sept.
1490 at Woking, a manor granted
to her on his accession 49 l. 14,
112 n. 3; vests in trustees 7 regni
lands to the use of his mother's
will 50 1. 13; commands his
mother an. regni 8 to prepare
ordinances and reformations of
mourning apparel 53-4;
Colyweston Oct. 1493 54 1. 8;
prayers to be said for his soul at
Barrow's anniversary in Gt. St
Mary's Cambridge (by covenant
21 Jan. 1494) 55 1. 14; secures
the patronage of Cheshunt to his
mother 1494 1. 27; his
payments
to his mother's minstrels 1494 56
1. 1; 27 Oct. 1494 goes with his
wife and mother from Sheen to
Westminster 1. 7; his son Henry
created d. of York 1 Nov. 1494
1. 9; his progress into Lancashire
began 25 June 1495, visit to his
mother at Latham 30 July, at
Knowsley 3 Aug., at Colyweston
4-11 Sept. 57-8; grants to his
mother and the e. of Derby
Hunsdon manor Herts. an. regni
11 58 1. 18; gives a licence to bp.

89

at

Alcock to convert St Rhadegund's
nunnery Cambridge into Jesus
coll. 1496 1. 21; conspiracy against
him 14 Mar. 1496 240 l. 4; grants
his mother a licence for the founda-
tion at Winborn of a chantry priest
for the health of her parents'
souls and hers 59 1. 10; and a
like licence Mar. 149 for four
chaplains at St George's Windsor
1. 20; visits Norwich with his
wife and mother cir. 18 Aug. 1497
1. 30; 3 Dec. 1497 pays £3. 6s. 8d.
to his mother's poet 1. 33; grants
his mother licences Dec. 1496 and
Mar. 1497 for the foundation of
her professorships of divinity at
Cambridge and Oxford 60 Í. 3;
intended to be buried in the lady
chapel Westminster 1. 27; pays
his mother I July 1498 £40
cession money for Brecknock 1.
32; visits her at Colyweston 7
Sept. 1498 61 1. 3; her influence
with him 240 1. 44; his 3rd son
Edmond born 21 Febr. 1499, bapt.
24 Febr. 1. 13, 241 l. 10; 10 May
1499 grants his mother letters
patent to settle lands on Westm.
abbey for chantry monks and an
anniversary 62 1. 1; letter to him
from his mother Colyweston 14
Jan. [1500?] respecting the French
king's debt to her; if recovered,
it shall be his; his chaplain Dr
Whytston has no doubt explained
all circumstances 64; promises to
aid the pope in a crusade against
the Turks 1500 65 1. 5, 241 1. 42;
letter from his mother Calais St
Annes [Agnes 28 Jan. 1501?],
thanking him for writing to the
French king about his debt to her;
asking that Mr Whytstongs may
begin her cause, and asking that
her tenants in Kendal may be
kept for the d. of York; begging
him to recommend the bearer
Feldying to the bp. elect of Ely
66-7; recommends Edw. Morti-
mer to Oxford university as yeoman
bedel in divinity, but one Johnson
is unanimously elected 70 1. 38 a;
views the pageant in Cheap in
honour of prince Arthur's marriage
12 Nov. 1501 71 1. 18; other
entertainments at Westm. and
Richmond 73; 5 July 1503 with
his dau. Margaret, betrothed to
James king of Scots, visits his
mother at Colyweston 87 1. 20;
his notes in a book of prayers
given to the princess Margaret
88 n. 1; letter to his mother

Greenwich 17 July, granting her
requests (1) for a general pardon,
(2) to divert part of her bounty
from Westm. abbey to [Chr. coll.]
Cambridge; her transfer to him
of her claim on the French king
may be of service; his sight failing,
this letter occupied him for three
days 91-3,157-8, 246-7; royal
licence 7 Febr. 150 for the foun-
dation of his mother's preacher-
ship at Cambridge 93 1. 11; the
preacher to pray for the soul of
the king 94 1.5; 10 charged by
Westm. convent for a preacher at
Oxford in lieu of £10 for a mass
in commemoration of H. VII 1.
25; 16 July 1504 established
masses in his chapel in Westm.
abbey 95 1. 1, 106 l. 9, 120 l. 7,
123 1. 21; institutes 20 anniver-
saries in cathedrals, colleges, etc.
95 1.5; writes to his mother 1504
asking her leave to make Fisher
a bp., wishing to atone for past
bad appointments 95-6; the
merit of this appointment Henry's
own 961. 22, 2481. 13, 33; pays 205.
to his mother's servant for bremes
7 Mar. 150 96 1. 33; founds an
annual obiit 17 Decemb. 1505 in St
George's Windsor 99 1. 1; gives
a licence of mortmain to God's
house 100 l. 15; 1 May 1505 gives
a licence to his mother to refound
it as Chr. coll. 101 1. 3; 4 May
1505 letters patent for the appro-
priation of Malton 1. 7; prayers
to be offered for his soul 102 1.
40; 14 July 1507 letters patent
empowering his mother to assign
Creyke abbey and Manobre church
to the college 103 1. 28; 2 Mar.
150% his mother requires her can-
tarists at Westm. to pray for his
soul 106 1. 14; visits Cambridge
with his mother 1506, St George's
day (27 Aug.) kept in King's
chapel 108 1. 5, 249 1. 5, 26;
charge of 4d. in the proctors' ac-
counts 'pro aqua damasce' for the
king and his mother 108 n. 2; con-
sents to the suppression of St John's
hospital 110 1. 10, 252 l. 44; visits
his mother 9 Aug. 1508 251 1.
43; dies at Richmond 21 Apr.
1509, having by will 31 Mar.
1509 appointed his mother an

exor.

III 1. 8; fun. sermon on
him at St Paul's by bp. Fisher,
printed by Wynkyn de Worde 1.
13; his deathbed repentance and
character n. 2; dole at his funeral
118 n., 254 l. 30; his arms about

his mother's tomb 124 1. 25; his
mother bequeathed to him 4 books
(1) a Fr. book of stories beginning
with Genesis, limned, (2) Froissart
vol. II in black velvet, (3) Boccac-
cio limned, (4) Lydgate's siege of
Troy; also 5 cups of gold 132 1.
33; assigned the charge of St
Mary's hospital Ospringe to an
ecclesiastical person 139 1. 15;
bp. Stanley 7 Mar. 150 stipulates
that daily prayers shall be offered
for the soul of H. vII in St John's
coll. 148 1. 25; prayers for him
in the exors' accounts 179 1. 36,
180 1. 26, 192 1. 22, 200 l. 1, 205
1. 4, 210 1. 8; expenses of his
funeral 215 1. 5; bequeaths 500
marks for the repair of the five
houses of friars observants 1. 16;
manor at Walsall in his hands
220 1. 43.

Henry VIII created d. of York 56 1.
9, 239 1. 42; 'my lord of Yorke,
our faire swete son' 67 1. 5; re-
commends, when king, a candi-
date for the office of meter of
linen 70 l. 25; follows lady Mar-
garet's advice in the choice of
his privy council 111 l. 18; his
high opinion of bp. Fisher 253
1. 33.
Henxstrigge 51 1. 8.
heralds 189 1. 38.
Herbert, see Pembroke.
Herbert, Sir Chas. Somerset ld.,
chamberlain to H. vII and exor.
to lady Margaret 119 1. 13, 141
1. 1, 142 1. 32, 143 l. 17, 38, 144
1. 16, 145 1. 39, 153 l. 13, 205 n.
I, 215 l. 9, 22, 217 1. 44, 226 1.
44; bequest to 133 1. 22.
Heron, Henry 50 1. 7.
Heron, John 206 1. 9; treasurer of
the chamber 215 1. 4, 16, 222 1.
23, 226 1. 15, 254 1. 29.
Hertford 45 1. 2.
Heven, Edw. 217 l. 5.
Higham 259 1. 15, 21.
Higham Ferrers 36 1. 17.
Hillingdon 89 1. 5.

Hobson, Thos. auditor 108 1. 3, 180
1. 3, 217 1. 16, 23, 221 1. 7, 225 1.

22.

Hody, Sir Wm. 50 l. 18.
Hokelynge ad capellam in Sheppey
163 1. 12.

Hokyng, Gunnora of Ospringe 165
1. 35, 166 1. 18.
Holbeton 35 1. 20.
Holbett, le 228 1. 7.
Holland co. Linc. 63 1. 11.

Holland, Marg., grandmother of
lady Margaret 13, 19, 38 l. 25.

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Horethorn hundred Som. 16 1. 24.
Horneby, Henry master of Peter-

house, gloves sent to him by
Cambridge university 111 1. 5, 7;
lady Margaret's chancellor and
exor. 119 1. 17 and n. 2, 121 1.
29, 141 1. 3, 142 l. 33, 143 1. 18,
39, 144 1. 17, 29, 145 1. 1, 153 l.
15, 183 1. 4, 9, 19, 194 l. 2, 197
1. 38, 212 1. 14, 223 1. 24, 227 1.
2, 260 l. 8; bequest to 135 1. 8.
Horningsey 165 1. 31, 1661. 37, 171
1. 32; proceedings between St
John's hospital and the intrusive
vicar, Reginald of Lynne (1278-—
9) respecting the appropriation of
the vicarage 174-8; the church
171 1. 27.

Horningsey, Wm. of, brother of,
and proctor for, St John's hospital
176 1. 29, 36.
Hoveryngham 20 l. 12.
Hugh son of Hodenet, benefactor to
Sheppey 163 1. 15.
Hunsdon 58 1. 20.

Hunte, Jo. 215 1. 39, 219 l. 35, 221
1. 41, 2281.
34.
Huntingdon, prior of, papal com-
missary for the trial of the suit
between St John's hospital and
Reginald of Lynne touching Horn.
ingsey vicarage 174-8; Michael,
master of St John's hospital there
178 1. 11.

Husee (Huse), Sir Jo. 215 1. 45,
219 1. 41; Hussey, lord 243 1.

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Innocent VIII 42 1. 23.

interdict, exemption of St John's
hospital from 172 1. 11.
Treland, treasurers of 169 1. 39.
Iscoite 20 1. 21; see Escoid.
Ivoglory in Ospringe 162 1. 32.

James I would call at Bletsoe for
lady Margaret's embroidery 5 1.

20.

James, master of Ospringe hospital

25 H. IV 169 1. 8.

Jane, lady, i. e. lady Joan Guldeford
216 1. 5, 227 1. 20; bequest to 133
1. II.
Jenyns, vicepres. of Qu. coll. 249
1. 38.

Jesus, feast of our most sweet
Saviour, 13 Aug. 248 1. 6.
Jesus coll. Cambr. founded 58 1. 21;
bequest to 132 1. 25.

Jheromfeld in Loddenham 162 1. 28.
John's, St, hospital Cambridge, lands
in Clavering, Langeley, Cam-
bridge, Gransete etc. to the annual
value of £5 given to, 12 July 21
Edw. III 166 I. 30; lands in Cam-
bridge, Toft, Bourne, Horningsey,
given to it 26 Oct. 36 Edw. III
165 1. 26; its litigation (1278-9)
before papal commission, in order
to establish the impropriation of
Horningsey vicarage 174-8; bull
of pope Innocent in behalf of the
hospital 171-3; bp. Fisher calls
lady Margaret's attention to its ruin
252-3; converted into St John's
college 109-110, 120-1, 127;
lady Margaret's bequest of plate,
vestments, books etc. to the col-
lege 121 1. 26; lady Margaret's
arms over the gate and in the hall
126 1. 14; her portraits there 1. 18
26; agreement 10 Mar. 24 H. VII
between bp. Stanley and lady
Margaret for its conversion into
the college; the countess to pro-
cure a papal dispensation; to re-
serve ordinary jurisdiction to the
bps. of Ely by a clause in the
statutes; the society to pray for
the bp's soul as secondary founder;
the mode of election to be pre-
cisely determined by the statutes;
the bp. to nominate three suitable
candidates for a fellowship, of
whom the society shall elect one;
the society to pray for all for
whom the brethren of the hospital
were bound to pray 135-6; after
lady Margaret's death the bp. re-
fuses to fulfil the engagement;
until his opposition is bought off
137; licence in mortmain for £200

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a year granted to the college 139
1. 31, 138 1. 36, 224 1. I; bp.
Fisher's foundation of four fellows
and two scholars 138 l. 34; patent
(7 Aug. 1 H. VIII) for the foun-
dation of the college 139 1. 34,
217 1. 42; foundation (9 Apr.
1511) by the exors. 140 l. 3; 20
Mar. 151 exors. empower bp.
Fisher to form statutes, to appoint
fellows, and to bind them by oath
to observe the statutes 140 l. 11;
29 July 1516 instrument of open-
ing the college 140 1, 19; bp.
Stanley's 2nd grant (31 Dec. 2 H.
VIII) of the site and possessions of
the hospital to the exors. for the
foundation of a theological college,
confirmed by the prior and con-
vent of Ely 5 Jan. 2 H. VIII 140
-4; his 1st grant (7 Mar. 1508)
empowering the exors. to found
on the hospital a college of a
master and 50 fellows, students of
the liberal arts, of civil and canon
law, and of theology (see more
under Stanley, Jas.) 145-153; 12
Dec. 2 H. VIII indenture between
the bp. and the exors. whereby
he engages before 15 Jan. ensuing
to remove the brethren from the
hospital to some other house of
their religion, and before the feast
of purification to grant the hos-
pital and its possessions to the
exors., they undertaking to pay an
annuity of £6 13s. 4d. to each
brother, to secure to the bps. of
Ely by statute the ordinary juris-
diction of the college and a right
to the prayers of the society, to
make precise regulations for the
conduct of elections, to concede
to bp. Stanley the nomination of
three fellows, and to his succes-
sors the nomination of one fellow,
to require the society to pray for
all who were entitled to the
prayers of the brethren 153-7;
decree of abp. Warham (sealed
13 Oct. 1519) for the appropria.
tion of Ospringe hospital to the
college, with a proviso that the
college shall always maintain a
chaplain to celebrate mass in the
hospital for its founders and bene-
factors 158-161, 170 l. 20; this
instrument confirmed by the prior
and chapter (13 Febr.) and also
(18 Mar. 1518) by the archd. of
Canterbury 161; indentures be-
tween the coll. and the dean and
canons of St Stephen's Westm.,
the prior and convent of Canter-

bury and the abbot and convent
of St Saviour's Feversham relat-
ing to the Ospringe estates 161-
2; the college buys the manor of
Marflete with lands at Danthorpe
and Atwicke for £500 1781 22;
calendar of a volume in the trea-
sury containing an inventory of
lady Margaret's wardrobe and ac
counts of her exors. 178-214,
cf. 216 1. 8; plate and jewels
bequeathed to 183 1. 3; payment
for a book written and enrolled
in chancery 187 1. 7, 190 1. 22;
for the pope's bulls 187 1. 11, 194
1. 22, 226 1.7; for repairs 187 1.
19; altar-cloths and ribbons given
to by the exors. 192 1. 4, 211 1.
26; payments (2 and 3 H. VIII)
for the building of the college, for
the redemption of annuities, for
writing, for graving the common
seal, for books, for land 193-6,
213 1. 37; payments to the late
master of the hospital Thomlyns
for information 201 1. 20; to Con-
yngesby for examining title-deeds
1. 28; by Dr Shorton for books
202 1. 43 by Dr Metcalf for the
new buildings 1. 29; money re-
ceived by Dr Shorton for the
building 205 1. 19; Wolsey's ser-
vices respecting the lands put in
feoffment for the college 1. 29;
£500 paid to the king for Os-
pringe 206 1. 12, 226 I. 15; ex-
penses of the surrender 207; a
scrivener paid 13s. 4d. for writing
the college statutes in vellum 208
1. 7, 227 1. 24; payments on be-
half of the college 208; money to
purchase lands for the coll. 210-
1, 226 1. 18; plate pawned to
King's coll. by Rob. Shorton,
restored to Alan Percy 213 1. 20;
empowered by the exors. to re-
ceive to the use of the coll. the
money due to the foundress 226
1. 34; card. Morton's arms there
and scholarships of his foundation
234 1. 7; roof of new chapel 237
1. 46; statutes to be read quarterly
237 1. 48; visited by bp. Fisher
238 1. 39; dinner hour 244 1. 4;
prayers and masses for benefactors
248 1. 38; Ashton's chapel and
estates 254-5; his scholars 256;
the society retired to Triplowe in
time of plague 257 1. 6; chest to
serve as a bursar's bank 257 1. 10;
statutes to be chained in the vestry
and library 257 1. 46; bp. Stanley
claimed the title of secondary
founder, which Fisher disclaimed

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