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agreement relating to lady Mar-
garet's preacher 247 1. 44; her
benefaction diverted from the ab-
bey to Christ's coll. 158 1. 3, 247
1. 5; agreements between the
dean and canons of St Stephen's
(3 and 24 Nov. II H. VIII) and St
John's coll. relating to lands at
Ospringe 161-2; payment made
to the abbot for lady Margaret's
funeral 186 1. 2, 226 l. 4; pay-
ments to the ringers 190 l. 1; to
the abbot and convent on the day
of the funeral 1. 12; to the king's
bedemen and bedewomen 1. 9;
Bolton, prior of St Bartholomew's,
receives payment for lady Mar-
garet's tomb 199 1. 1, 200 l. 14,
201 1. 6; the painter Maynard's
designs for the same 1. 1; plate
etc. bequeathed to the abbey 182
1. 24, 216 1. 16; money paid to-
wards the expenses of lady Mar-
garet's household there 190 1. 36.
Weston, Geffrey of 178 1. 10.
Weston, Sir Ri. 228 l. 16.
Whaddon 104 1. 13.

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Whately, Jo. 165 l. 36, 166 1. 3.
Whelar, Hen., lady Margaret's bai-
liff for her lordship of Tidburst
65 n. 6.

Wheston, Dr, see Whitstones.
White, Edw. gent. born in York
dioc., resident in Roch. dioc. 161
1. 18.

White, Marg., anchoress near Stam-
ford 120 l. I and n. I.
White, Winefred of Wolverhamp-
ton, miraculously cured at St
Winefred's well 57 l. 32 a.
Whitehall 48 1. 4.

Whitstones, Jas. clk. 223 1. 27;
Whytston, Dr chapl. to H. vii
64 1. 28; Whytstongs 66 1. 25;
probably the same as Dr Wheston
194 1. 29 (Jo. Weston? see Camp-
bell's Materials ind.).
Whytyngton 246 1. 18.
Wighale, Wm. late keeper of Not-

tingham gaol, excepted from par-
don 12 Oct. 25 H. IV 169 1. 20.
Wilkynson pres. of Qu. coll. 249 1.

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the convent admit lady Margaret
to confraternity 84 1. 6; vestments
bequeathed to 132 1. 13; school
127 1. 22.

Wimpole (Wyne-) 171 1. 33.
Windsor 41 1. 5, 42 1. 3, 17, 50 l.

27, 52 1. 2, 237 1. 7; suit between
the dean and lady Margaret, set-
tled in her favour 1501 68 1. 25;
Windsor, St George's, an annual
obit founded there (17 Dec. 1505)
by H. VII 99 1. I; estates bequeath-
ed to by lady Margaret 222 1. 19;
Windsor, St George's, lady Mar-
garet licensed 1 Mar. 1499 to
found a chantry there 59 1. 20,
222 1. 31.

Winletracy 35 1. 19.

Wiott, Ri. D.D. master of Chr.
coll., commissioned by bp. Stan-
ley to take an inventory of the
goods of St John's hospital, and
take them into safe custody for
the use of the future college 147
1. 21.
Wiresdale 35 1. 31.
Wisbeach 171 1. 33.
Wivelingham (Viuel-) 171 1. 33.
Wode, Jo. 226 1. 22, 227 1. 19;
Woode, Jo. gent., bp. Stanley's
attorney for delivering St John's
hospital to the exors. 143 1. 23,
144 1. 39.

Woderove, Wm. D.D. master of
Clare hall v. c. 151

145 1. 7;
Wodruff Mr (1508) 107 1. 35.
Wodnesbrigh 165 l. 19.

Woking Surrey 17 n. 3, 20 l. 17,
49 l. 15, 112 n. 3, 215 l. 13.
Wolf, Jo. painter, his receipt for the
scutcheons of lady Margaret's
tomb 2591. 43; Wolff 185 1.13, 19.
Wolsey (Wolcy) the king's al-
moner, dinner to 203 1. 17; di-
rects the payment of £500 for the
appropriation of Ospringe 206 1.
II, 226 1. 14; card. three beds
given to him by the exors. 192 1.
3, 204 1. 18; also 14 pieces of
stole-work 211 1. 24; payment to
him for his services with regard
to lady Margaret's will 205 1. 30.
Woode, Tho. secular clerk of St
Mary's Ospringe (temp. Edw. IV)
139 1. 10.

wool and staple merchandise, of-
fences relating to, excepted from
pardon 12 Oct. 25 H. IV 169 1.
26.
Worcester, our Lady of, pilgrimage
of lady Margaret to 22 1. 37, 233
1. 46.
Worde, Wynkyn de, printer to lady
Margaret 54 1. 26, 55 l. 11, 87 l.

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HISTORY OF THE COLLEGE OF ST JOHN THE EVANGELIST, CAMBRIDGE. By THOMAS BAKER, B.D., Ejected Fellow. Edited for the Syndics of the University Press, by JOHN E. B. MAYOR, M.A., Fellow of St John's College. Two Vols. Demy 8vo. 24s.

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