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lttotojjia d{atttiana, 



VOLUME XIX., 



BEINO THE 



GENERAL INDEX 




AND A CATALOGUE OF 

THE COLLECTIONS (AT MAIDSTONE) 

OF THE 

KENT ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 



ILontiou : 

PRINTED FOR THE SOCIETY 

BT 

MITCHELL & HUGHES, 140 WARDOUR STREET, OXFORD STREET. 

1892. 



THE GETTY RESEARCH 
INSTITUTE LIBRARY 



CONTENTS. 



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PAGE 

Preface V 

Corrigenda vii, viii 

General Index to Vols. I. to XVIII. of Archceologia 
Cantiana. Compiled by Rita Fox, and edited by 

Canon W. A. Scott Robertson 1 — 313 

Index to the Illustrations in Vols. I. to XVIII. 

Compiled by Canon W. A. Scott Robertson 315 — 323 

Catalogue or the Society's Collections at Maid- 
stone. Compiled by George Payne, F.L.S., F.S.A., 
Hon. Sec. and Chief Curator. 

Antiquities: British, Roman, Saxon, Mediaeval ... 4 — 38 

Tradesmen's Tokens 38 — 42 

Medals 43—44 

Casts of Seals 44—54 

Books in the Library 55 — Gl 

Casts of Antique Gems, etc 62 — 64 

Addenda et Corrigenda 65 

Additions to the Library GG 

Officers or the Society, 1892 67 — 71 

Rules 72,73 

Members, June 1892 74—90 

Illustration Fund 91 

Cash Account, 1890 92,93 

Cash Account, 1891 94,95 

Proceedings and Report, 1890 97 — 102 

Proceedings and Report, 1891-2 102 — 108 



PREFACE. 

While preparing for press the MS. Index, the following 
errata in the Volumes have been discovered : — 



VOL. 

V. 

V. 

VI. 

VIII. 

VIII. 
VIII. 



IX. 
XII. 
XII. 

XIII. 
XIII. 
XIII. 

XIII. 
XIII. 
XIV. 
XIV. 

XIV. 



XIV. 

XIV. 

XIV. 
XVII. 
XVII. 
XVII. 

XVII. 
XVIII. 
XVIII. 

XVIII. 
XVIII. 
XVIII. 
XVIII. 



XVIII. 
XVIII. 



or Barton," and for 



p. 33, line 24, for " Bassenden " read " Benenden." 

p. 33, lines 24 and 35,/or " Biddenham " read " Biddenden." 

p. 302, in heading (line 2), for " Vol. IV." read " Vol. V." 

pp. 18, 19, between these pages should be inserted the Pedigrees of 

Jute, Angle, and Saxon kings which are found opposite p. 270. 
p. 74, lines 3 and 4, omit from the title "the Rev. R. P. Coates." 
p. 314, between line 1 and line 2, insert "Richard Maesh was 
rector of RucMnge in 16(>3." 

line 14,/or "March 19, Beilby Pokteus, D.D.," read " Sept. 21, 
John Benson." 

line 17, before the words "In 1765" insert "1704, March 19, 
Beilby Porteus, D.D." 
p. 272, line 10 from foot of page, for " liij," read " iiij." 
p. 324, line 11, for "wasted," read " wastel." 
p. 372, line 9 from foot of page, delete the words 

" Vintem " read " Vinten." 
p. 383, line 32,/o;' " brother" read " kinsman." 
p. 393, line I, for " daughter " read " sister." 
p. 401, lines 2, 3, 4, 5 from foot of page,/or " Elizabeth d. of Sir P. 

Manwood," read " Ethelred d. of Sir Ralph Shelton." 
p. 519, note f,for " 9 Ed. II." read " 5 Ed. II." 
p. 447, line 1, for " St. Thyxtyll " read " John Thyxtyll." 
p. 167, line 36,/or " John Greene " read " Thomas Greene." 
p. 357, line 32,/o/- " 20 " read " 30." 
p. 357, line 33, at end add " Mr. Oourtail died Feb. 25th, 1806, and 

was succeeded, as rector of Woodchurch, by Mr. Christopher 

Wordsworth." 
p. 357, line 34, for " succeeded Courtail " read " succeeded "Words- 
worth." 
p. 357, lines 38, 39, should be lines 34, 35. 

p. 296, line 30, supply blank name of parish as " Wateringbury." 
p. 275, line 2 from bottom, /or " Robert " read " George" Cooke, 
p. 294, line 15 from bottom, /or " 1870" read "1871." 
p. 295, line 2 from top, for "(IV.) g" read "(IV.) q"; and for 

" 1862-3 " read " 1871." 
p, 295, line 22, for " 1870 " read " 1871." 
p. 430, line 15, for " Selter " read " Seller." 
p. 89, line 20 from bottom, for " St. Peter's " read " St. 

Laurence." 
p. 355, line 10, for "Napp " read " Knapp." 
p. 356, line 28, for " Boughan " read " Boughen." 
p. 360, line 29, for " Ciiiswell" read " Chisman." 
p. 365, line 15, before " John Dav}'d," insert " 1551, Oct. 21." 

after " 1552," insert " He was buried here in 1569." 
line 26, for " died here in 1602," read " was buried here 

Feb. 4th, l<)02-3." 
line 42, after " December," insert " He was buried here May 
24th, 1644." 
p. 366, line 44,/or " 1719 " read " December 1718." 
p. 405, line 12, for " Dover Castle" read " Sandgate Castle " (and 

thus correct an error in Hasted's History). 



VI PREFACE. 

It may be interesting, to the members of the Society, to 
a .succinct tabular description of the 19 Volumes of 
ArcJueologia Cantiana, which the Society has issued to them, 
during the 8 1 years of its existence, from the Inaugural 
Meeting held on April 14, 1858, up to the month of July, 
i>:»2. 

Edited by the Rev. LAMBERT B. LARKING. 
1 L55 pages, in 3 vols., costing £1097 : — 



[ssued in 


Vol. 


Dated 


Pages 


Cost 
£ s. 


d. 


Contains Cash 
Accounts for 


L859 


1. 


1 858. 


xcii+302. 


395 7 


2 


1858. 


L860. 


II. 


1859. 


lii+370. 


381 


1 


1859. 


L861. 


III. 


I860. 


xlviii + 291. 


320 15 


2 


1860. 



Edited by THOMAS G-. OODERET-EAUSSETT, Esq. 
]!!!>.") pages, in 5 vols., costing £2349 : — 



L862. 


IV. 


1 -sol . 


li+340. 


346 3 3 


1861. 


L863. 


V. 


im;:-;. 


xliii + 349. 


479 2 3 


1862. 


Mill. 


VI. 


L866. 


lxvi + 346. 


457 3 


1863 & '64. 


L869. 


VII. 


1868. 


Iwiii +351. 


602 2 3 


1865, '66, & '67. 


L872 


VIII. 


L872. 


lii+329. 


Kil 11 3 


1868, '69,70,71 



Edited by Rev. CANON W. A. SCOTT ROBERTSON. 
5523 pages, in 11 vols., 10 of which cost £4999 : — 



1-71 


IX. 


L874. 


cxix + 320. 


417 


4 


1872 & 73. 


L876 


X. 


L876. 


cl+386. 


560 11 





1874 & 75. 


1-77 


XI. 


L877. 


re +443. 


514 8 


6 


1876. 


L878 


XII. 


L878. 


xlvi + 152. 


413 10 


6 


L877. 


L880. 


XIII. 


1880. 


xlvi+584. 


564 14 





L878 & 79. 


1 882. 


XIV. 


L882. 


lii+416. 


416 4 





1880 & '81. 


L884. 


xv 


L883. 


1 + 426. 


409 1 


6 


L882. 


L886 


\ V 1 


1886. 


Ixxi-f 155. 


557 4 





1883, '84, '85, 


L888. 


X \' 1 1 . 


L887. 


liv+ 120. 


549 9 





ls.se. 


L890. 


XVIII. 


L889. 


li+ k93. 


597 LO 


^> 


1887, '88, '89. 


L892 


XIX. 


IS! 12. 


riii+323+108. [no! 




1890, '91. 










completed] 





Any member who joined the Society in 1858, has paid in 
annual subscriptions £17. In addition to other privileges, 
>1 "' 1 ' :i member has received 19 volumes of Arcfueohgia 



PREFACE. VI 1 

Cantiana, containing 8673 pages, that is to say, for every ten 
shillings of annual subscription each original member has 
received 255 pages of Transactions, over and above other 
privileges of membership. 

When referring to the General Index it may be useful to 
remember that the Roman method of expressing the number 
50, by means of the letter " 1," will sometimes lead to 
confusion, as in type the Arabic number 1 closely resembles 
the Roman letter " 1/' If the item referred to is not found 
on page " 1," reference should at once be made to page " 1." 

The following list of "Corrigenda" is also needed for 
certain entries in the General Index. 

W. A. SCOTT ROBERTSON. 



COEKIGENDA. 



Page 
5, col. 2, line 37, Aleyn, William, for " 299," read " 15, 299." 
13, col. 2, line 7, Ashford Church, Athol Brass,/or " 181," read " 1, 181." 
18, col. 1, lines 21 and 22, Austin, Robert, for " 88," read " 18, 88 ;" for " 115," 

read "18, 115." 
24, col. 2, line 31, Bates, Richard,/or "88," read " 18, 88." 
26, col. 1, lines 29 and 30, Beausfield, for " 16," read " 2, 16 ;" and for " 20," 
read " 2, 20." 

29, col. 2, line 19, Beresford, Michael, /or " 122," read " 15, 122." 

30, col. 2, line 59, Bettenson, Theodosia, for " 395," read " 13, 395." 
32, col. 2, line 49, Bisit, Robert,/or " 238," read " 6, 238." 

35, col. 1, line 18, Boley Hill,/or " 187," read " 17, 187." 

38, col. 2, line 6, Boycote, Lucia,/or " 350," read " 11, 350." 

39, col. 1, line 48, Bradshavve, Rachel A. Harden, for " 355," read " 18, 355." 

42, col. 1, line 44, British camps, Iffins Wood, for " 18," read " 9, 18." 

43, col. 2, line 46, Brook,/or " Ditton 1721," rfad " Ditton 1271." 

44, col. 1, line 58, Brook, William, Lord Cobham, his will, for " 209-16," 

read " 11, 209-16." 
44, col. 2, line 18, Brookland, belfry isolated, for " 88," read " 4, 88 ; 13, 480." 

44, col. 2, line 19, inventory of church <?oods,/or " 111," read " 8, 111." 

45, col. 1, line 31, Browne, John, for " 129, 130," read " 8, 129, 130." 

46, col. 1, line 19, Buckhurst, Elizabeth, /or " 36," read " 18, 36." 
46, col. 1, line 20, Buckhurst, Joan,/or "336," read " 18, 36." 
48, col. 2, line 6, Busshe, Sara,/or " 345," read " 348." 

48, col. 2, line 56, Butt, J. M.,/or " 254," read " 15, 254." 

48, col. 2, line 56, Butt, Thomas,/or " 335-7," read " 15, 335-7." 

50, col. 1, line 60, delete the words " Emmanuel College." 

52, col. 1, line 39, Canterbury Cathedral, bells sold,/or " 417," read " 12, 417." 

52, col. 1, line 47, Canterbury Cathedral, head of a knight,/or " 37," read " 17, 

37." 
56, col. 2, line 39, Chaloner, John le,/or " 14, 308," read " 15, 308." 
56, col. 2, line 40, Chaloner, Mary, for " 154," read " 14, 154." 



viii PREFACE. 

1. 1, line 2. Church Plate In Kent, index of donors, for " 436," read " 16, 

63 ool 2, line 21, Chute, Margaret,./br "62 n " and "71," read " 18, 62 w," and 
18. 71 " 
: 2, line 22, Chute./or " 56 " and " 66." read " 18, 56," and " 18, 66." 
: . :,. I, Clement, Thomss,for " 18," read " 16" 
2, line U, Cliffeal Eoo, rood 8ewen,/or " 371," read " 14, 371." 
66, ool. I. line »;. Clifton, Lord./or " 51," >vW "12, 51." 

[.2, line 24, Cobham, Sir John de,for " 145, etc.," read " 10, 1-15, etc." 
: ■'.. 2, line l'5, Cobnam, son of sir Stephen. /or " 145," read " 10, 145." 
1. line 13, Cobliani. Bishop of Worcester, for " 61," read " 11, 61." 
68 1.1. lines 14 and 15, Cobham, Thomas, of Chatford, for " 70, 82," read " 11, 
70, 82." 
1. line 15, Cobham, Thomas (1553), for "143," read "11, 143." 
•; Cobham, Thomas (1592), for "157," read " 11, 157." 
B 1 . ool. 2, line 1 1 . Darrell, John, arms of, for " 395," read " 11, 395." 
84, ool. 2, line 28, Denne, Nathaniel,./br "90," read "18, 90." 

I. 1. line 3 k Dover Castle, muniments,/or " 54," read " 1, 54." 
>1. 2, lines 53, 54, Dryland, Robert, and Win., for " 200 and 201," read 
" 14, 200, and' 14. 201." 
95, ool. 2, line 54, Ellis, Heurv,/or " 16," read " 18, 16." 
'.'7. ool. 1, line 38, Engham, Richard,/or " 403," read " 11, 403." 

98, col. 2, lines 56 and 57, En, Earl of, and Alice his wife,/or " 272 and 275," 

read " 10, 272, and 10, 275." 

99, OoL 1, line 11. Evelyn, Sir John, for "64," read " 14. 64." 
121. ool. 2, line 11, Gore. Stephen de,/or "324," read " 11, 324." 
L39, ool. 1, line 54, Heriat, Richard de,/or " ib.," read " 1, 231." 

151, ooL 1, line 1, Hythe (Hethe), Hamo de, his work in Stone church, for 

" 112," read "3, 112." 
155, ool. 2. line 47, Jones, James,/or " 12, 69," read " 12, 389." 
L67, col. 2, line 10, Leeds Castle, taken from Lord Badlesrnere,/or " lvii," read 

•• 7. lvii." 
L70 11. line 1, Leybourne pedigree, for " 193," read "5, 193." 
172. col. -i. line 18, Lodingford, Alexander,/or " ib." read "2, 256." 
172. col. 2. line 49, Lodingford, Daniel,/br " ib." read " 2, 256." 
179, col. 2. Line 50, Maminol to St Bertin's Abbey,/or " 198," read " 5, 198." 
183, col. 2, line 54, Master, .Mrs., for " ib." read " 5, 109." 

col. 2, line 18, Robertson, on Eynsford Church, for " xliv," read "16, 

xliv." 
230, col. 2, line 19, Robertson, on Frindsbury,/or " 225-6," read " 16. 225-6." 

230, col. 2, line 24, Robertson, on St. Mary, Sandwich, for "17- lv," read 

•16. u. 
ad. 2, line 2.'.. Robertson, on Squerryes, for " 134-41," read " 16. 134-41." 
ol. 2, line 26, Robertson, on St. Eanswith's reliquary, for "322,'' read 

" 16. ••••--. 

231, ool. 1. line 29, Rochester, Eastgate House, for "56, 65 »," read "6, 

56, 65 »." 
231, ool. 1, line 30, K Chester, Salutation Tavern,/or " (is," read" 6, 68." 
231, col. 1, line 31, Rochester, Satis House, for " 52," read " 6, 52." 
251, ool. 2, line 61, Sepulchre, Church of the Holy, for "45, 46," read "11, 

45, 46." 



INDEX TO VOLUMES I. TO XVIII. 



gtiirtolmjw (kntimta. 



* # * The bolder, blacker figures denote the volumes. 

When the page only is given, reference must be made to that volume which 
was last mentioned. 

W. signifies that the party is witness to a deed. 

T. signifies that the place or party is connected with the "Wat Tyler riots. 



Aam, John, 18, 34. 

Aaron, Sampson son of W., 6, 313. 

Abba the Reeve, 10, liv. 

Abberbury, Richard (1378), 11, 76. 

Abbey, John, Curate of Chartham, 8, 
129. 

Abbey Wood, Dartford, tumulus in, 
18, 308. 

Abbod, Hamo, Canterbury, 11, 312. 

Abbot, Geo., Archbishop of Canter- 
bury, 9, 176; 12, 56; 14, 130, 
166-7 ; 15, 244 ; 16, 124 ; 17, 32. 

Abbot, Sir Charles (Lord Tenterden), 
1, 91 ; 5, 40 ; 14, 60 ; Damaris, 
14, 130; George, 12, 390; Joan, 
wife of R., 16/89; Mr., 15, 209; 
Rev. Ralph, 16, 89. 

Abbye, Anthony, 15, 195. 

Abcherv, Henry, 12, 221. 

Abel, Alderman, 3, 174 ; 4, 172 ; Jo- 
hanna, 15, 291; John, T., 3, 92; 
John, a Kentish Baron of the Ex- 
chequer, 5, 26 ; Jobn, prosecutor, 
1651, 9, 47-49 ; John, 12, 304 ; 15, 
291 ; Rev. John, 14- 259-60 ; Arms 
of Sir John, 15, 18 ; Katherine, 15, 
291; Margaret, 15, 291 ; Margeria, 
12,304; Richard, 15,291; Walter, 
12, 304. 

Abele, John, Brookland, 1464, 13, 486. 
VOL. XIX. 



Abelin, Arms of Nicole, 15, 6, 8, 19, 
22 ; John, Mayor of Windsor, 21 ; 
William (Rouen), 21. 

Abelyn, Arms, 15, 17, 22 ; Isolda, 21 ; 
Mary, 21 ; Nicholas, 21 ; Sir Tho- 
mas, 21 ; Thomas, 12, 223. 

Abercorn, Lord, 11, 226 ; James, second 
Earl of, 12, 64. 

Aberf ord, see Appleford, Allen, Howett. 

Abergavenny, Arms of, 11, 106, 394. 

Abergavenn} r and Hastings, Lord, first 
husband of Juliana de Leyborne, 
1, 3 ; his parents, 10, 259; his son, 
1,3. 

Abergavenny, Lord, lambs given him 
bv the Corporation of Rochester, 2, 
77; in Sussex (1580), 82; at Bir- 
ling (1580), 83; claims to appoint 
the under steward of Rochester, 84 ; 
at Hastings, 10, 234, 239; Lord 
(1497), 11, 104; (1514), 109; 
(1554), 143, 231; George, Lord 
(1522), 16, 48 ; 17, 59 ; Henry, Lord 
(1587), 47, 215. 

Aberyavennv, Dorothy, daughter of 
George Nevil, Lord of, 11, 200 ; 12, 
144; Margaret, daughter of Edward, 
Lord, 11, 105, 106. 

Abergavenny (a Burgoyne, Burgayne), 
Lord, T., 3, 180, 182. 

Aberry, John, Sandwich, 16, 182. 

Aberuille, see Auberville. 

li 



2 



INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



ram de, 14. 328. 

16. -v 
. Chief Huron, his S.S 
oollar, 1 

iring the Kingdom, what it means, 
2. 
At'lin. 15. 22; see Abelin. 
\ . •■ • Boughton. 

Aboyne, Karl of, 14. L80. 

'nam. Abram Henry (1565), 12, 

•i!- I sfa siii. 42] : 

John, 423: John (1534), 17, 97; 

I •■ ■ rsham, 12, 426. 

Abraham and Isaac, a mediaeval play, 

17 B >, 117. 

rard, of Faversham, 12. 421. 

Abri - Lverenches], Ruellinus 

:.■: 1. 243-5; William de, 

Justioe itinerant, 5. 24; see Aver- 

ihes. 

Ion, account at Lambeth of lands 
in, 9, 186. 
ssinian armillae, 12, 819. 
A oleia family, coin of, 1, 165. 

v eling. 
Acforde, Ralph de L269-70), 5, 301. 
Achangre in Cheriton, 10, cix; a 

limb of Polkesl manor, 6. 240. 

Achard, Beatrix, 11. 324 

s ' Mary of, 16, 60. 
Acheul, St.. Runic inscriptions found 

at. 8. 234. 

Achildren, Sinden,18,24; William,**. 

Acholt, Acolte in Dartford manor, 

1263, 2. 312; in Win-ham. 10. L24 ; 

in Monkton manor, ,12, 269; Pine 

of land in. 15, 300. 

Acholt, Edmund de, 10. 121 ; Thomas 

de, 124; 12, 201. 
Ackerman, Mr., 14. 134-5. 
Ackroyd, Mary, 16,22] ; William, ib. 
Acle (Oakley in Higham), 13, 499. 
Aoole, tet Acholt. 

A irs in walls of Leeds Church 

12 

•' of, 13, <t0; 16. 31. 

. explanation of 
name, 10, 20. 

Ldam, 14,262-3; Edith, ib. 
ir of, alius Okeridge, 10, 
131 : parish church goods, 8. 100; 
church plate, 16. 370, 108; Pii 

1 1 ■"■: 12. 299 ■ 15 278- 
10. 13] : 1 2 - - 1 t;15,8,9; 18,3l! 
I' rtfor I 9 
18. 121. 
ton. 

' 14 255 . Sober! 

hard, 18, 87; sir Roger, 11 
18 37. 



A dam and his live brothers (1197), 1, 

242. 
Adam, Cristina.ll. .317: John, 317, 

324; I 1 1-29) 17,18; (1522), 17. 81; 

Priesl of Ticehurst, \V„ 6. 205 ; Sir, 

Vicar of Bredhurst, 2. 28. 
Adam. Simon son of, his suit against 

Roger de Leybourne, 7, 3J0 ; Simon, 

master of a Folkestone boat (1299), 

10. cix. 
Adam. Thomas, T., 3- 84. 
Adams, A., 5, 58, 60 ; Mr. James, 16. 

72 : John. 14, 94; John (1523-4), 

17,96; John, Mayor of Pordwich, 

1720. 18. 88: Mary, 14, 94; Mr., 

16. so; Richard, 18. 29; Thomas, 
14. 94, 18. 29: Thomas (Romney 
Marsh i, 17, 230; Tho., of New- 
church, 10- 284 ; of Romnev Marsh, 

17, 230; William, 14, 214." 
Adamson, Reginald, 18. 20; Rev. 

William, 17. 64. 
Adamson alios Leigh, Prudence. 18, 

20. 
Adcock, John (Orpington, 1393), 13, 

3S4. 
Adcoke, John, 18. 401. 
Adderfull, Edward, Thanet, 12, 389. 
Addington, 10. 147; 12. 225 ; 13, 
256; 14. 226, 239: 18, 21, 34; 
extracts from registers, 4. 258 ; 
church plate, 16, 361, 394, 415, 417 ; 
17-212. 

Addison (Warehorne 1806), 4, 103. 

Addison, Thomas, H, 292; Mrs., 
300. 

Additions and Emendations to vol. 4, 
5, 323 ; to vol. 5, 6, 302 ; to the me- 
moir of Roger de Leybourn, 303; to 
vol. 6. 7. 322; to vol. 8. 19, v; 
to vol. 9, on p. 320: and 19. v ; to 
vol. 10- opposite p. 386 ; to vol. 11, 
on p. 418; and 12. 152; to vol. 12, 
on p. 452; and 19. v ; to vol. 13, 
19, v; to vol. 14. 19. v: to vol. 17. on 
p. 420; and 19. v; to vol. 18.19. v. 

Adekyn, William. 2. 121. 

Aden. Michael, of Lympne, 9,283. 

Adesbam, Rev. Henry (1421). 16, 
289. 

Adestoke, Bartholomew de, 12, 228. 

Adgar, William, Win-ham (1251), 2, 
307. 

Adgaresfeld in Cobham, 2. 244-5. 

Adilda, monacha el anachorita, 11.26. 

Adisham, (Adesham, Adsham, Edis- 
ham), 13. 290; 14. 277: 15. 36, 
307, 356 : Anglo-Saxon antiqu 
at. 3. 43 ; minor, 14. 157. 

Adisham Church, 14, 157. L61, 371 ; 
stone benches in, 10, Ixiii., church- 



OF ARCH.EOLOGTA CANTIANA. 



plate, 17, 242 ; Hectors of, 14, 116, 
126, 133, 182-8, 354-5, 15, 34, 37. 

Adisham, John de, 12. 236. 

Adkins of Warehorne (1732), 4. 103. 

Admeresland in Dartford, 9, 302. 

Administrations Kentish (1559-1603), 
18, 15-40. 

Admiralty Court at Rochester, book 
of proceedings, 6. 113. 

Adolphus, Mr. (portrait painter), 18, 
140, 152. 

Ad quod damnum Writs, 2, 307 ; de- 
fined, 325. 

Adrian, Abbot of St. Augustine's, 4, 95; 
10, Mix. 

Adrian IV., pope, deprives St. Augus- 
tine's of its rank in favour of St. 
Alban's, 4, 57 ; confirms the churches 
of Throwley and Chilham, to St. 
Bertin's, 207. 

Adrian, John, 13, 235, 236 ; William, 
235, 236. 

Adryan, Henry (1522), 12,423; Wm, 
of Ruckinge, 10, 294. 

Advowsons, sale of (1314), 12, 291, 
303. 

Adye, Clemence (1522), 12, 426 ; John, 
389 ; John, 18, 18 ; of Dodington, 
9, lxxxi; of Thanet, 12, 389; 
Nicholas, 18, 17; Roger, 18. 

Adynton, Elena, 13, 298 ; William de, 
298. 

.Edbald, King, 12, ISO, 181, 182, 192. 

JEdeldred, 13, 7. 

.Edgar, King, 13, 7. 

JSlfgifu or Eadgiva, Queen (961), 12, 
269. 

JElfmaer the Abbot, W. (c 1020), 1, 63. 

JElfric, Archbishop, 16, 14; his Para- 
phrase of the Pentateuch, 13, 60, 
71. 

iElfsU-e, cild, W., 1, 62, 63. 

.Elfwold, King of East Anglia, his 
descent from Woden, 8, 48. 

.Elsige, 13, 7, 

JEistan, prior of Rochester, 13, 7. 

./Esc, Ex, surnamed Octa, son of Henc- 
gest I., 8, 34 ; the Kings of Kent 
named .Escings after him, ib. ; see 
Octa. 

jEstur, see Stour. 

jEthelbald, King of Mercia, charter of, 
3, 23 ; his descent from Wybba, 8, 
48. 

.Ethelberht, King, 5, 3 ; 9, 207 ; 12, 
180, 188, 191, 249 ; 13, 349, 352-9 ; 
15, 46. 

.ffithelberht, King of Kent, 4, 4 ; 10, 
33, 34; 14, 103, 108, 111, 157; 
founded three monasteries in Kent, 
3, 19 ; descent from Woden, 8, 48 ; 



St. Andrew's Church, Rochester, 
built by, 18. 263. 

.Ethelbert. King of Wessex, his charter 
of land in Bromley (a.d. 862), 1, 
141. 

iEthelburga, Queen, foundress of a 
monastery at Lvmin-e, 3. 19; 9, 
205-6, 213, 216 ; called Badburg, 12, 
191 ; Saint, 195 ; 10, xlix, cii ; 18, 
52; her relics removed to Canter- 
bury, 53; see 12. 183, 191 : 18. 52. 

.Kllielred, Kin-, 10,33; 12,180, L87. 

.Ethelred, King of Mercia, descent 
from Woden, 8, 48. 

.Ethelric, W., 1, 6:?. 

jEthelstan, son of .Ethelwulf, probably 
St. Neot, 8, 44; King, 9, 212. 

^Ethelwealth, King of Sussex, 8, 264. 

.Ethehveard, his genealogies, 8, 20, 34 ; 
regards Woden as an historical per- 
sonage, 25 ; on iEsc, surnamed Octa, 
34 ; quoted, 10, 33. 

.Ethelwulf, King, 3, 23 ; 9, 212 ; pri- 
vilege said to be granted to, by Pope 
Benedict III., 7, 220 re. 

Afforde, Nich., of Lymne, 9, 284; 
Thomas, 5, 57. 

Affright, Stevyn, 11, 410. 

Agar, Mr., 18, 132. 

Agene, see Aghne. 

Aghemund, Godfrey, 11, 341 ; John, 
ib. ; Mabilla, ib. 

Aghenepend [pond ?], 13, 273, 367. 

Aghne (Agene, Aghene, Ague, Aghe- 
net, Hagenet), honour of, 2, 301 ; 
10, 126,135 ; 11, 366 ; 12, 212, 222 ; 
Court, 13, 188; see 13, 184, 248, 
277, 368. 

Aghne, Hamo de, 13, 269 ; Peter de, 
354. 

Agincourt, battle of, 1, 76, 83. 

Ago re or Auger, John (1472), 13 
246. 

Agricola, 13, 102. 

Aguyllun, Robert, 5, 177. 

Aids, defined, 2, 283 ; 10, 99; examples 
given, 100, 111 ; to Knight the 
Black Prince, 20, Edward III., 100, 
111; Aid of 38 Henry III. (a.d. 
1253-4), 197-237. 

Aiglissa, now Eccles, in Aylesford, 5, 
271 n. 

Aiguemorte, 5, 140, 163. 

Ailemers, John, brass at Erith Church, 
16, 214, 216. 

Ailesford, see Aylesford. 

Aileward, Rev. Robert, 16, H-. 

Ailgar, Abbot of Faversham, 4, 286. 

Aillina (Alina), 15, 307, 366. 

Ailmerstone (Elmstone), Hamo de, 4, 
274. 

B 2 



[NDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



William de, 10- -7-; see 
sford. 

Ralph and William de, W . 
II an II . 2 29. 
B . Mr., 18. 133. 
Airy, Mr.. Lstro omer Royal on 
ret battle, 1, L08; 3- L-15. 
\ sgill, Joshua, Lydd (1627), 13. 1 17. 
& 12 

Akerman, .1 \ .. 15. 328, 372. 
Akerman, Mr.,ongrav< I. g Wit- 
tenham, 7 3; on lilin's Wood 
barrow, 9- L8. 

I 522 . 12- 124. 

Lretas, 14. 75. 
.Willi m : . I lharing, 4. 300. 
John Master of Cobham College, 
18. 149. 

rde, Allard), Agnes, 13. 

•Us : Dionisia, 10. 12s : 13. lis ; 

Fran lis, 17. 12 ; Gervase, 12. 21 1 ; 

13- 11 s : Geruase, Admiral of Cin- 

I .10- cix ; Henry, 

14. 246, 250; Isabella, 246, 250; 

Johanna, 250 ; John. 246, 250; 15, 

14,246,250,274, 305; 

phfen, 11, 336, 343. 

Alar en acres, in Pibifeld 

2 248-9. 
Alavn. Hamo, of Lydd, 13, -117; bis 
will. 449; T.. 3- B7, 

SI . Battle of, 1, 147 (Albon's). 

Albemarle, Baldwin de Betun, Earl of, 

10 259 274, 276; Christina, wife 

H in. de Fortibus, Karl of, 259 ; 

• -- oi I 13 : Duke of, 11. 258, 

261 : 17- 379, 380; Earl of, 10- I 13, 

- 12 227 : see de Fortibus ; sir 

I ■ »ard 1252), 2, 308; Hawise, 

Wm. I- Gros, Karl of, 

10. 274; Wm., Karl of, lQ.cxxxvi. 

A rt, a papal V ate, 7- 222. 

-. Sim. ,ii and Solomon, jurors 
: . 5. 296. 

una, a Transylvanian 

prinoe murdered al ( lad's Hill, 6, 

burie I in ] Cathi IraL 

oe, 18. 37; Henr : 

■ '■, . 
Albiniaco, William de, taken pru 
' stle, 5. L58. 

istine's, 12, 
181, 

I' •! . 14. 254, 259; William, 
Monastery , 

!i. is, 16. L23. 

13. 365 ; 
"> : I • i in Eich- 

■ i '.'7 1 245, 



Albrincis, Barony de, 12, 214; see 

Averenches. 
Alburton, Thomas de, 16, 227. 
Alby, Petrus do, Eector of Lymiuge, 

9". 217. 
Albyn, Radulphus, 15-22 ; Sarah, 22. 
Atelier's son, 12. 222. 
Alchorn, John, of Boughton Moun- 

chensy, 4- 2t'>5. 
Alchred, King of Northumbrian 8, -18. 
Ateiati, Terontio. 3, 163. 
Alcock, John, Bishop of Rochester, 5, 

27; John, of Canterbury, 11,399; 

.Mr., at Rochester, 6, 66, 68; Rev. 

(anon J. P.. 17, 251; 18, 332; 

Thos., 14, 231. 
Alcok, of Warehorne (173c,), 4, 103. 
Alcocke, Mr, 10, 199. 
Alcuin, bis Pastoral Calendar, 4, 90, 

94, 95. 
Alday, John, 11,396. 
Aldaye, John (1463), 10, 253, 255, 

257. 
Aldebrandini, Blasius, 15, 307. 
Aldelond, William, 12, 377. 
Aldelose, manor of, 10- 134 ; 12, 220. 
Aldelose, John, 10, 134 ; John de, 14, 

244; Matilda. 14. 21 1 : Robert de, 

and Hamo bis son, 10, 275 ; Svmon 

de, 10. 2si : 12, 220. 
Aldelyn, Thos., 10, 122, 126; 15, 21. 
Aldenham, Thomas de, his man cut 

and carried wood from Joan de San- 
lord's land of Dene (1252), 2, 310. 
Alderman, Nicholas. 14,250; Robt., 

256 ; Thomas, 15, 364. 
Aldermen, the, of Eaversham Hun- 
dred, T., 3, 92. 
Aldersey, Margaret, 16, 349; 17-42, 

279, 304 : Mary, 12,304 ; Torry (oft. 

L670), 12. 27'.':' Thomas, of Hr.-Lar. 

12: William. 12, 279. 
Alderstone allied to Broker, 6, 288, 

289. 
Aldewich, Osberl de, Dartford, 9, 288. 
Aldey, Mr., Sandwich, 16. l s -~>. 
Aldgate (London), 11, 360, 363. 
Aldglosse. see Aldelose. 
Aldham, 11. 310; arms. 3. 143; 

manor in Wrotham, 4, 222. 223 : 10, 

L49, 150: 15,8. 
Aldham, Achardus de, H, 345; heirs 

of Baldwin de, 10, 149, 150; Guy 

do.//,.; Katherine, 11, 345 ; Peter 

de, T, 9, 301; Peter de, 10, 155. 
Aldham, Robert de, his grant to Cumb- 

well {<■. L220), 8- 27s. 27'.»: his -on 

John. //,. ; Robert, Thomas, and 

William de, 15, 8. 
Aldin s. 8( • falding. 
Aldington Church, by Thornhain near 



OF ARCH^OLOGIA CANTIANA. 



Maidstone, granted to Combwell 
Priory by William Fitz-Helto, temp. 
Hen. II., 2, 10, 29 ; 6, 190 ; 18, 
243. 

Aldington C'obham alias East Court 
(next Thornham), a moiety of Al- 
dington manor held by the Cobhains 
and Brisets, 2, 31 ; 12, 230-31 ; 18, 
243 ; alias Aldington Bysset alias 
East Court, 10, 143. 

Aldington next Hythe (Aldinton, Al- 
dintun, Aldyn tone), 1,253; 2, 242 n ; 
10, 125, 256; 11,378; 12, 210; 
13, 177, 187, 193-5, 266, 310, 319, 
359 ; 14, 41, 47, 52, 249, 260, 273, 
308 ; 15, 36, 378. 

Aldington next Hythe, parish church 
goods, 8, 101 ; church plate, 16, 393 ; 

17, 244 ; rectory, 18, 398. 
Aldington Septvans, 10, 161 ; 13, 

304 ; a moiety of the manor of Al- 
dington next Thornham, 2, 29, 31; 

18, 243 ; inherited by Septvans from 
Fitz-Helte, 2, 40, 297-319 ; 6, 192 n ; 
acquired by John Gower, 1, 128, 
129 ; 6, 88 and n ; Northwode's lands 
there, 2, 36, 37 ; Vicarage annexed 
to Thornham, 2, 29; 18, 244, 246-8 ; 
Vicars of, 244. 

Aldington, Godfrey de, a juror (1268), 
5, 293; Stephen de, 13, 366.' 

Aldithele, James de, 5, 182. 

Aldon (Al lone, Daldon), Elias de, 15, 
8 ; Thomas de, 10, 126, 132-134, 146- 
7 ; 15, 21 ; Sir Thomas de, 15, 8. 

Aldon, Thomas de, grandfather to Wil- 
liam de Septvans, 1, 131, 132. 

Aldowsey, Thomas, 17, 202. 

Aldwas, Thos., Skinner (1463), 10, 
252, 256. 

Aldyn g, see Yalding. 

Ale, Robert, 18, 220. 

Alee, John, 11, 403. 

Alegate, Prior de, 12, 236. 

Aleghestowe, see Halstow. 

Aleham, see Elham. 

Alen, George, 14, 292 ; John (Rain- 
ham), 15, 334; Nicholas, tutor to 
Thomas Cobhain, 12, 135. 

Alepenny in Dartford manor (1253), 
2, 312 ; 3, 250 ; defined, 2, 326. 

"Ales," the forerunners of Charity 
Bazaars, 10, G6; Give-ale or yeve- 
ale, 66. 

Alesle, Richard de, Rector of Harriet- 
sham, 1, 129. 

Alesse, John (1526), 14, 164. 

Aleswestbridge, Aloesbridge, watch at, 
8, 309, 310. 

Aleua [Aldeua], widow of Arnulf 
(Gillingham), 5, 264, 266. 



Aleworth, John, musician (1640), 6, 
112. 

Alex, John, a juror, Canterbury (1250- 
1), 2, 302-303 ; (1268-9), 5, 299. 

Alexander, Chief Baron, his collar of 
S.S. (1824), 1, 92. 

Alexander, of Wales, AV, 4, 209 ; son 
of Gunhilda Dartford, 277. 

Alexander, King of Scotland, marries 
Margaret, dau. of Hen. 111., 10, 101. 

Alexander III., Pope, his bull forbid- 
ding Sir Nathaniel de Leveland to 
molest St. Berlin's in possession of 
the chapel of Leveland, 4, 215; his 
letter respecting a nephew of Arch- 
bishop Becket, 10, 26. 

Alexander VI., Pope, 13, 445. 

Alexander, William, 12, 235, 390 ; (of 
Sheldwich, 1379), 18, 296. 

Alexander alias Zingan, Henry, 16; 
56 ; James, 57. 

Aley, John, Canterbury, 10, 257 ; 
Thomas (1498), 16, 308. 

Aleyn, Alice, 9, 295 ; Sir Christopher, 
18, 24 ; Dame Ethelreda, 24 ; God- 
frey, 14, 244; Henry, T., 3, 68; 
Henry, of Lydd, 13, 449 ; Henry, 
jun., T., 3, 94 bis, 95 lis ; Joan, wife 
of Henry, T., 95 ; John, 9, 298; 14, 
244, 376; John, 2, 127; John, of 
Held, 11, 311 : John (1522), 12, 
424; Juliana, 14, 376; Richard, 

9, 295; Richard (1522), 12, 424; 
Robert, of Dartford, 7, 235 ; Tho- 
mas (1483), 10, lxii; 15, 299; 
Thomas (1522), 12, 424; William, 
299; seeAlleyn. 

Aleyne, Godefridus, 11, 330, 333; 
Theobald, 333. 

Alfricus Alius Estin, 8, 272. 

Algeric, Bishop of Chichester, sent to 
Penenden Heath, to expound the 
ancient customs of the land, 5, 22. 

Algiers, captives at, 10, 97. 

Algnicio for alneto, 5, 326. 

Algod, John, of Dartford, 9, 289. 

Alham, see Elham. 

Alhfrith, King of Deira, 8, 41. 

Alien Priory, 2, 54 ; 4, 208 n. 

Alieua [Aliena ?], daughter of Wul- 
uorde (Gillingham), 5, 264. 

Alington, see Allington. 

Alisandre, Geoffrey, 5, 220. 

Alisbury, John (1580), 17, 139. 

Alkerdyne, manor of, 10, 155. 

Alkham (Aleham, Halcham), 3- 256, 
262 ; 12, 214, 215 ; a limb of Folke- 
ston manor, 6, 210; inventory of 
parish church goods, 8, 101 ; church, 

10, lv ; 15, 220; church plate, 16, 
405 ; 17, 245. 



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index; to vols. i. — xviii. 



Alkham, Thomas «le. 12. 215 

Alkingheth, fine of laud in, 3- 21 1 

Aldridge, Thomas, of Rainham, 17- 62. 
\ tus .1- ki sbourne, 2. 16. 

Allen, Captain, of Chatham, his five 
daughters, 6. 67 

Allen, Christopher (1543), 18. 153; 
Dr. Edmund, Bishop-elecl of Ro- 
chester, 15- 218, 241,269, 16- 335; 
James, 18 19; John, 14. 380; 18. 
19, 20; Bev. John P., 15- 250 ; Ka- 
therine, daughter of John, of Sitting- 
bon 25i Sir. J - 1749), 18. 
j Matthias, able-seaman I L623), 
12. 367; Pamell, 14. 380; Robert, 
12. 367; B iger (1611 I, 18. 213; 
Thomas I L585 .10- la ; (1483),lxii; 
." 67; William. 18. 37. 

Allen aUat Appleford, 18- 37. 

Allen, allied to Osborne, see O. pedi- 
5 227 : allied to Tonge, 

6. 256. 

Allen's Farm in Plaxtol, 2- 2. 

AUenson, Bev. Gilbert, 14. 388; Rev. 
James, 388. 

Allet, Bev.,T., 15,250. 

All-van. Ann". 14- 177 : John, 177. 

\ Sir I ::■ -• - her, 17. 227; 

Henry, of Chartham, T., 3- 7 I ; Si- 
mon (1494), 18, 385; Thomas, 
mayor of Pordwicb (1H94-5), 88; 
William., ol Lydd (1484), 13,450. 

All-fours, a Kentish Game, 9. 1-17. 

Allfree, Bev. Edward, 15- 252. 

All hallow-. Barking I London), brass in, 
4,243; extracts from the registers 
of, ib. 

Allhallows, Hoo.. 12. 227; Celtic re- 
main- at. 11. 124; church plate, 
16. 359 : 17- 246. 

Allin, Sim.. Uriel' tor. 14. 212. 

Allingtoo (Al ynton, Alingtone, Helin- 

10. 1 17: 12. 221 : 15- 7::. 

293 : 17. 151 : Roman villa near, 1. 

I7:f : Cur'hM.-mill in ( 1 V.H\)\ 

B man antiquities found in 

is at, 2. 1 16; castle L553-4), 3, 

17:'. L80; 15- 73: 18. 20; vi-it to, 

4- slv : from the parish 

4- 268 : manor. 10. 1 17 ; 

11 326 Roman til- tomb at, 11, 

1 L6; church plate, 16. "Cl ; 17,247. 

Allin 1 is de, 10. 1 13 ; allied 

I' son, 15, 402 

I iversham ( I5s,2) 
6 

Aim in. William. 13 :i_'t. 

■ 'dshire, 11, 93. 
a isynary, < lanterbury 
7 1-'. 152; 16 292* : rard. 
7,16. 



Almynar, John. 16. 317. 

Alnage, 11. 225 ; on whil • "1 »t It . 236, 

255; on draperies, 255,258. 
Alnetum or alder-bed, 2. 297-320. 
Alnwick Castle, Roman urn at, 15. 44. 
Aloesbridge (Aloluesbrugge, Alolves- 

brugge, Aluphsbridge), 13. 352-6; 

Hundred of, 10, 125; 12,210,211. 
Alon, William, a Gascon (1252), 2, 

309. 
Alphabet of Kenticisms, and Col- 
lection of Proverbial Sayings used 

in Kent. 9. 50. 
Alresford, battle of (1644), 12, 89. 
Alsatia, Brief for the Reformed Church 

of Strasbourg in, 14. 183, 207. 
Alsnoth, William (1539), 17, 27. 
Alsopp, Robert, of Chislet, 11, 401. 
Alspade, Richard de (1263), 4, 313. 
Alston, Thomas de (1351), 13, 410. 
Altar-table, with movable top, 12. 24. 
Alton. Rev. Matthew ( L571), 8, 313. 
Aluinden, see Elvinden. 
Aluuinus and Godwinus held Alding- 
ton, by Thornham, 2. 31. 
Alvyn, Henry, W.. 6- 263. 
Alvesford, see Avlesford. 
Alyn. Robert, 11, 409. 
Alyntone, see Allington. 
Amadas, Robert, the King's goldsmith 

(1528), 1, 36. 
Amandus, a Monk. 3. 235. 
Amber beads found at Sarre, 5, 310, 

310-20; 6, 171, 174,180. 
Ambianum, see Amiens. 
Amboldisherst [ Amboldiselmrst] , Den 

of, 5, 84. 
Ambrose, Peter, Thanet, 12, 355; 

widow (1627), 12. 4)5. 
Amell, Robert, W., 5, 82; Thomas, 

82, 83. 
Amenerstrete in Battle, 13, 343. 
Amerst. Mary, 18. 22 ; Robert, 22. 
Amery, Priest of (1485), 16. 2:12. 
Amesbury, 13, 89 ; ('ami.. 16. 12. 
Amey, allied to Osborne, 5, 233, 234. 
Amherst. 1st Baron, 15. l'>2-3; Earl, 

9. xxxvii, xxxviii, lviii, lxxxviii ; 

11, xxxiii-vii. xli. 
Amherst, Earl, exhibits a Saxon brooch, 

2, xlii ; Lord, 3, 41; farewell letter, 

16. xlix. 
Amherst, Sir Jeffrey, 16, 133. 
Amherst, Knole was the -eat of the 

Dowager < kmntess, 1, 37 n. 
Amhurst, Giles, 18- 40; Nicholas, 40 ; 

Mr (1665), 121. 
Amicius, clerk, W.. 4. 211. 
Amiens John de. 15. 306. 
Amiens, Cathedral, 4, 25; Roman 

coins minted at, 15, 324. 



OF ARCH^EOLOGIA. CANTIANA. 



Ami- William, 13, 308. 

Ammianus Marcellinus, 13, 99-100. 

Ammonias Andreas, letters of Eras- 
mus to, 17, 69-70. 

Amnion-, Roger 1)', 14, 330. 

Amner, John (1522), 12, 424. 

Amorv, Richard, of Faversham Hun- 
dred, 12, 421, 

Amphorae, found at Canterbury, 4, 31, 
33; at Rams-ate, 12, 17 ; Roman, 

15, 77-9, 85-8, 312, 356; found at 
Plaxtol, 2, 6. 

Ampoler (Ampollere), Clement le, 13, 
320 18,347; Simon le, 347 ; Wiu, 
347. 

Ampulla, of St. Thomas, 13, 111, 113. 

Amri (Lord Finch of Daventry), cha- 
racter of, 5, 36. 

Amsincq, Marie, 15, 37. 

Amsterdam, its pile foundations, 4, 41. 

Amublee, John, Rector of Harriet- 
sham, 1, 8. 

Amy, William, Erookland (1453), 13, 
486. 

Amyas, Percival, 17, 42. 

Amyce, Alexander, of Chilham, 8, 132, 
134. 

Amye, Andrew, of Molash, 10, 283 ; 
Andrew, plumber (a.d. 1565), 15, 
336. 

Amys, George, pensioner, of St. Augus- 
tine's, Canterbury, 2, 58 ; Johanna, 

11, 378; John (1487), 10, 318; 
(1522), 12, 421 ; Reynold, church- 
warden of Chilham, 8. 132 ; Rich- 
ard (1522), 12, 427 ; Richard (1500), 

16, 315 ; Stephen, of Canterbury, 

12, 427. 

Anabaptists, first in Canterbury, 13,96. 
Anadown, John, of Faversham, 12, 

424. 
Anagui, Abbey of St. Mary de Gloria, 

13, 427, 429. 

Anastasius IV., Pope, confirms grants 

of Throwley and Chilham churches, 

to St. Bertin's, 4, 207. 
Anathemas on thefts of books, 3, 51. 
Aucell, Giles (1570), 17, 129. 
Anchoress of Westminster, 11, 32. 
Anchorites, 11, 31-9; in Faversham 

churchyard, 24-39; in Erith church, 

16, 212-3. 
Ancocke, Mr. (1568), 17, 124. 
Ancruin, Earl of, 11, 238, 248. 
Andegavensis [Anj on], Alice, in Fleet 

manor, Richboro ugh (1197), 1, 245. 
Andeham,Peter de, Dirtford, 9, 29 0. 
Anderson, Edward, 16, 182-6 ; 187-9 ; 

Henry (1582), 11, 156; Jemys 

(Rainham, 1566), 15, 336; John 

(Smarden), 9, 226-9, 232. 



Anrded, Anderida, Forest. 9, 240 ; 13. 
172, 178, 185, 368; 14,38, 39-40; 
see 13, 105, 274. 

Andreu, Henry, 14, 186, 191-5, 197, 
203 ; John, 13, 85 ; 15, 274 ; .Ma- 
tilda, 274. 

Andrew, heirs of Alexander. 10, 135 ; 
Christina, 9, 291; John (Minster 
Priory), 8,305; of Dirtford, 9, 290- 
1 ; Walter (1460), 10, 322 ; William 
(1521), 10, cxi. 

Andrew, John, of Hawkhurst (a.d. 
1548), 5, 5G; (1549-1550), 62; 
(1550-1), 05; (1551-1554), 66. 

Andrewe, Alice, 10, 343 ; Henry 
(1522), 12, 422; John, 5, 59, 62, 
65, 66, 70; (1522), 12, 422; Vicar 
of Orpin-ton, 13, 385 ; Richard 
(1630), 10, lvii. ; Thomas, 18, 38 ; 
William, of Faversham Hundred 
(1522), 12, 426. 

Andrewe, allied to Dering, 10, 313. 

Andrewes, John, 18, 27 ; Martha, 10, 
3 19 ; Richard, 18, 40 ; Robert, 27 ; 
William, 17, 287. 

Andrews (Warehorne 1778), 4, 103. 

Andrews, Agnes (1526), 18, 111»; 
John, 14, 179; John (Thanet, 1480), 
12,24; Nathaniel (1649), 17, 73; 
Thomas, 18, 329. 

Andro, Edward, of Gt. Chart, 8, 158. 

Androe alias Lash, Alice, 18, 28, 
Thomas, 28. 

Androwes, Christoph., Rochester, 2, 76. 

Angell, Mrs., 16, 192. 

Angers, ancient churches at, 3, 25. 

Angle, Saxon, and Jute Royal 
Pedigeees, by Daniel Henrjr Haigh, 
8, 18 ; facing 270. 

Angles, settlement in Britain, 1, 44 ; 
the old Futhorc of the, 8, 170; 
traces in Norway, 203. 

Anglesea, Prior of, 14, 341. 

Anglo-Irish or Celtic style of illumina- 
tion, 11, 190. 

Anglo-Norman Architecture in Can- 
terbury Cathedral, 13, 28. 

Anglo-Saxon, cemeteries, commoner 
than Romano-British, 2, 145 ; ceme- 
tery at Sarre, 6, 157; 7, 307; at 
Bifrons, 10, 298, 13, 552; coins, 
3, 39 ; graves, 16, 11 ; near Dover, 
18, 205 ; near Sittingbourne, 16, 11 ; 
Invasion, 13, 97-110; keys, 6, 163; 
Museum proposed for Kent, 3, 178 ; 
names of months, 4, 94 ; relics 
found at Faversham, Lullingstone, 
Sarre, etc., 3, 35 ; remains at Faver- 
sham, Wye, and Westwell, 1, 42-9 ; 
at Maidstone, 164, 166 ; at Sarre, 3, 
178 ; illumination, 11, 190. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



ankish weapon, at Sarre, 7, 
319; i chibited by Mr. Wickham, 
2. xlL 

ts, the Earl of, 11, 238; 12, 58. 
Animal remains Found at Bekesboum, 
2. 17: at Chartham, 4, 41 ; at 
Chislehurst, 1. 138-9; al Rich- 
borough, 8. 4; in the S. Jutland 
mosses, 222; at Westborough, 2, 

1 is. 

duf ami Qenagis, 8, 175. 
\ Pr i ; -, I 1 ike of, \ isits Roches- 

Q 

Anjou, Margarel of (1448), 12, 377 ; 

her pilgrimage to Beckefs tomb, 

13. 513. 

Anki-r or anchoret's window, 9, 239 >i. 

Anketil'a daughters, Edilda and Ha- 

ilda, Minster (1202), 2. 271-2. 
Annandale, William. Marquis of, 16, 

56 : I ■ g . 56 

Anne [Queen of Richard IL), inven- 
tory of her jewels, 1, 77; her collar 
with branches of rosemary, 78; 
pardon granted at her request, 3, 
70; 4- 70s; barge to bring her 
England, 13- 75-6. 
Anne Bolej a, 10. cxlii. 
Anne of Cleves and Henry VIII., at 

B shester, 6. 50; 17, 75", 76. 
Anne, Queen (1702), a greal patroness 
of Tunbridge Wells, as Princess of 
Denmark, 5, 93 » ; at Lullingstone 
16. Km. K)'J; <diurch plate 
of her reign, 358, 408-13. 
Anneeley, Ann, 15, 217; Anne oh. 
L816), 16. L36; Arthur, Viscouut 
Valentia, 15, 245 ; Benjamin, 247, 
Dr . 11. 150; John, 15. 245; Ju- 
dith. 247; Mrs., 11. L54; Rev. Dr. 
Samuel, 15, 218, 2 15-7. 250. 
Annselle, Jeyles (1569), 17, 128. 
Annsley, Nicholas, 18. 32 ; Susan, 32. 

ium pertinax, its ravages, 3- 49. 
\ • _' is, Runic form of the name, 8, 

Anscharius, Archbishop of Hamburg, 
12. 189. 

ii. Archbishop, his buildings at 
Canterbury Cathedral, 4. 12 ; 7. 3 ; 
13- 34, 51, 52, 523; Matthew, son 
Dartford, 9. 292. 
Gothic chiefs, 8. 21, 26. 
Warehorne 1 1749), 4. 108. 
R Michael, 16. I L3. 
E inor, 11. L04-6. 
Anthony, John alia* Johnson, 13. 
rt, Prior of Canterbury, 2, 

William, 13. 296 

Antingham, arm- of, 15. 14. 
Antiphonary, 10. 2 17 ; explained, 243. 



Antiquaries, Society of (1638), 1, 55. 
Antiquitates Rutupinae, 18, 72. 

Antoninus, military road of, at Maid- 
stone, 1, 175. 

Antoninus, Itinerary of, its date, 18, 
179-80; Vagniacse, 1, 175. 

Antoninus I'ius, coins of, 15, 105,355, 
357; at Sarre, 6, 162 n; at Wing- 
ham, 14, 139. 

Antony, John, 17,83; John, visitor 
of Monasteries, 7- 274. 

Antrim, the Earl of (1637), 12, 74. 

Aoric and Araric, Kings of the Goths, 
8, 22. 

Ap <Trillln, Llewellyn, Prince of Wales, 
13, 88. 

Aphra, or Afra, a Christian name, 10, 
(58. 

Ap Mathew, Meredith ap Jen'n, 18, 
23. 

Ap Morgan, Katherine, 18, 25. 

Apostasy, defined by the Decretalists, 
8, 66 n. 

Apostle spoons, 7, 300, and ». 

Appeals of Treason, T., 4, 74, 75. 

Appelbie, John (Dartford. 1565), 18, 
395. 

Appevan, Henry, Incumbent at Pens- 
hurst, 2, 63. 

Appledore, Apeldore, Apeltre, Aple- 
dore, Apoldre, Apuldre, etc., Riots 
at, T., 3, 78, 79, 80; Passion Play 
at, 13, 222-5; the Rhee and the 
Sea at, 261-272, 279-80 ; Doles, 277 ; 
Home's Place, xlii, 268 ; 18, 58 ; 
Red Hill, 13, 261-280 ; Cinque Port, 
Liberty of New Romney within, 
263-8; Chapel at Home's Place, 14, 
263-7; rood screen, 371-3; Church 
plate, 17, 247; parish registers, 
18. 58; fines of lands in, li, 312, 
32] ; 14,247; 15,289; seealsoU, 
375-6: 12,222; 13, 173, 180-1-4- 
5-6. 11)2-3, 261-280; 14, 47, 53, 
323-1; 18,26, 

Appledoeb Church, the Rev. E. M. 

Muriel on, 14,91-7. 
Appledore, Philip de, T., 4, 75 ; Ro^er 

de, 13, 85 ; William de, T., 3, 78. 
Appleford (Apleford), Appolina, 18, 

;',7; William. 38; alias Abcrford, 39. 
Appleton (Apleton, Appelton, Appul- 

fcon, etc.), 10, 121 ; 12, 208; 14, 
L20; Agnes, 18, 388 ; Henry, 7, 
235, 211 ; John, 18, 388; Rev. John, 
of Elham, 10, 55 ; Roger, sen. and 
jun., of Dartford, 7, 235. 

Appleton, Roger and Agnes his wife, 
brass in Crayford Church, 18, 328. 

Appleton, Widow (Thanet, 1627), 12, 

405. 



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Apprenticeship, indentures of, temp. 
Elizabeth, 6, 114, 115. 

Apps (Apse), of Newenden (1713), 4, 
107. 

Appulby, Symon, 11, 34. 

Appulton, see Appleton. 

Appysley, Richard, of Favershara Hun- 
dred (1522), 12, 423. 

Apses, as many as eight in early basili- 
cas, 10, cii ; chonca choncula, a small 
apse, cii. 

Ap Thomas, Evan, 18, 39 ; Morgan, 
39; Sir Rice (1513), 11, 108. 

Aptiee, William (Bromley, 1797), 13, 
163. 

Aptone, John, of Saltwood, 10, 297. 

Apuldrefeld (Apulderneld,Apoldurfeld, 
Appultrefelde, Appuldurfeld, etc.), 
anus, 10, 330 ; 11, 396 ; 15, 10, 21, 
29; Henry de, 10, 133, 157, 158; 
12. 210, 235, 236; 15, 10, 21, 29; 
Henry, senior, 1, 128 ; Henry le riz, 
15, 10 ; Joan de, 12, 216 ; John de, 
15, 10: Mildred (1523), 2, 162; 
Sir Thomas, Knt., 1, 128 ; Thomas, 
of Faversham, 7, 234; William, 1, 
128; William de, 10, 133, 138 ; 15, 
10 ; William de, of Badinangore, 
Lynsted, 13, 450. 

Apuldrefeld, 15, 13 ; manor, 21 ; in 
Cowdham, 10, 157. 

Appulton, see Appleton. 

Aquileia, coins minted at, 15, 324. 

Aquinas, Thomas, on blood's circula- 
tion, 10, xcvii. 

Aragon, Alphonso, King of, weds 
daughter of Edward I., 10, 105. 

Aragon, Katherine of, 9, 198; 16, 43, 
99, 103, 105. 

Arblaster, Humphrey (Rodruersham, 
1197), 1, 242. 

Arblastier, Thomas le, 14, 328. 

Areas, 15, 22 ; Alexander, 22. 

Archajology (Kentish), books on, 15, 
369-81. 

Archard, Isaac, 12, 388. 

Archbishops of Canterbury and their 
Palaces, reviewed, 15, 379. 

Archbishops of Canterbury as legal 
celebrities, 5, 25-26 ; see Canter- 
bury. 

Archbishop's Palace, Canterbur}', 7, 
155; report of dilapidations (c. 1348), 
7, 190. 

Archdeacons of Canterbury, 18, 422-6. 

Archebaud, see Archibald. 

Archer, Henry, son of Thomas, 5, 156 ; 
John, Leeds Priory, 2, 64 ; Edwin, 
10, 349 ; Marv, 349 ; Nicholas 1', of, 
Hover, 10, 130 ; 11, 332 ; 13, 291-2 ; 
Robert (1522), 12, 424; William, 



10, 122 ; William (Saltwood, 1309), 

18, 425. 
Archer allied to Bering, 10, 3 111. 
Archery practice, 11, 153. 
Archibald (Archebaud, Erchebaud, 

Harchebaud), Martin, 11. 335. 339, 

354; 12, 297, 298, 299 ; 14, 270-1 ; 

18, 346. 

An-hipole, Richard, of Strood, 14, 291. 

Archis, William and Beatrix de, 10, 
liv., lv., cv. 

Architectural History of the 
Con ventual Buildings of Cii k i si- 
Church, Canterbury, by the Rev. 
Professor Willis, 7, 1-206. 

Architectural Notes on St. Au- 
gustine's College, Canterbury, 

4, 57-66. 

Architecture, simultaneous progress, 
by English and Normans in 12th 
century, 13, 28 ; styles imitated from 
Roman models, 39, 46 ; chronological 
conspectus of Canterbury Cathe- 
dral, 14, 281-9 ; Danish in England, 

12, 190. 

Ai'chitecture, examples of, Pre-Nor- 
man, 2, 106 ; 3, 31-4, 106, 110, 121 ; 

5, 1-G, 10, 12, 14 ; 10, 86 ; 12, 264, 
265; 13, 30, 409; 14, 106-9, 111, 
113, 281; 15, 57; 16, 211; 18, 
253, 353 ; Norman, 3, 30 ;.4, 2, 11, 

19, 21, 23, 123-4; 5, 1, 2, 5, 16; 7, 
1-206 ; 8, 311 ; 9, 221 ; 10, 1-8, 80- 
6 ; 11, 43, 159 ; 12, 19, 21, 22, 25, 
26, 106, 107, 108, 110, 168, 170-3, 
257, 259, 275, 276, 352-3, 370, 379, 
401, 419; 13, 159, 227, 228, 468, 
469, 470, 547 ; 14, 104, 109, 111, 
158, 160, 170-2,281-2,346 ; 15, 150, 
331; 16, 25, 152, 153, 211-2, 225; 
17,200; 18,171, 174, 175, 261,265, 
269-27-% 288, 320, 369, 383, 421; 
Early English, 1, 145; 3, 116, 130- 
2 ; 4, 9, 16, 18, 20, 25, 97 ; 5, 5-8, 

13, 14 ; 7, 32, 33, 40, 41, 43, 74, 
146, 156, 273 : 9, 190 ; 10, 5, 6, 46- 
9, 74. 77, 80 ; 11, 42, 43, 49, 146-8, 
158; 12, 19, 22, 24-6, 107-8; 172- 
4; 257, 259, 260-1, 360, 365, 370, 
379, 381, 383, 401, 409 ; 13, 19, 51, 
131, 427-9, 467, 468, 480, 481 ; 14, 
107, 109, 143, 158, 283 ; 15, 66-7, 
150 ; 16, 114, 153-5, 210, 260-1 ; 
17, 50; 18, 280-2, 321, 369, 384, 
409, 421, 423 ; Decorated, 3, 116 ; 
4, 20; 7, 41, 288 ; 8, 310, 311 ; 9, 
249-51, 262 ; 10, 52, 53, 80; 11, 43, 
149, 150, 152, 405; 12, 25, 26, 360- 
1, 401 ; 13, 227, 416-7, 453, 455, 
460, 481, 529, 547 ; 14, 19, 20, 28, 
91-2, 109, 158, 284-5, 347, 364, 370- 



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INDEX TO VOLS. T. — XVIIT. 



1 875; 16. 67, 99, 101, 146, 150-7, 

25] - iC . 17. -'. 3, 50, 5J . 18. 170, 
291, 294, 820, 821, 324, 884, 410, 
411, 421 . Perpend oular, 3. HO; 
4 97-8, LOO; 5- 75 ; 7 23-4, H, 57, 
89, L21, 1 12-3, 151,288; 8,311; 
9 2 18-9, 251, 252, 262 ; 11. 52, 1-49 ; 

12. 24-6, 276, >1, W9-10; 

13. 17. 160, 227, 388, 122, 133, 453, 

14. 28, 82, 91-2, L09, I 1 1, 119, 
285-8 31 376-8 ; 15, 66 ; 16. 66, 
- 114,1 19, 158-60, 225, 261, 262, 
.77 17 50, 51, 53, 56, 58 ; 18. 
294, 320, 322 ; Tudor, 10, 39; 16. 
.1 cobean, 12. 24. 
Arden, Isabella de, wife of Oliver, 
widow of Simon de Godinton L197 . 
1. 246-7; John (Snargate, 1376), 
13. 426; Thomas, 18. 22. 
Arden, of Peversham, a tragedy attri- 
buted to Shakespeare, 9. Lxx. 
Ardrea in Picardy, 4. 45. 
Ardrey, Bev. John. 11. 274. 
Arendt, the Danish antiquary, 8, 258. 
. brief for redeeming 
captives in. 14. 118. 
Argyll, Earl of (1626), 12. 56. 

■. portrait of, 11. L61. 
Arismendy, John (1633), 12, 63. 
Arisl ing ascribed to, in 

"Confe8sio Amantis,' 3 6. 103. 
Arkley Chapel, Herts, 18.368. 

council of, 15- W ; Etonian coins 
minted at, 324, 328-9. 
Arlington, Lord, 11, 261, 277; 17, 

33-4. 
Armada, precautions at Canterbury 

L581 . 12. 13, !•"> 

Armarium, <>r Armariolum, 7, 79. 

Armillse, golden, in the Society's 

Museum, 5- tl, 14; ^ r old. at Sit- 

tingbourne, 16- 9 : gold ami bronze, 

9. l . ■ i ■■'/. : Roman, al < lanterbury, 

4. '■'' i ; Etoman or Saxon, 5. 42 : sil- 

9. 9 : exhibited at Rochester, 

5. i-' 

Armorial bearings, of Abel, 15, 18, 

291 ; Abelin or Abelyn, 15. 6, 8, 17, 

19, 21, 22 : Abergavenny, 11. 10<i, 

894 ; Aldham, 15. * ; AH Saints' 

Col ■ M dstone, 1. 180; Angle, 

12. 129 : Antingham, 15. I I : Apul- 

derflel 1. 15- 10, 21 29 ; Areas, 15, 

22; Arnold, 4. 258; Arundel, 1. 

L81 : 13 I I-'. 586, 538; Ashe, 6. 

•11. 15. 3. li: Aton, 15, 

I 18 -' 90; ^.uberville, 

15. 9; Aucher, 15. 3; Badlesmere, 

15. 6; Bamme 4. 258 ; Bancroft, 

13 lolph, 6- 299; Bar- 

•} 252 Barnham, 4. 254 ; 



Barrow, 4, 268 ; Barry, 4. 120 ; 15. 
1."-. 25 ; Basinires, 15, 19 ; BerbliuLce 
(Banning), 15, 8; Bere, 4, 250; 18, 
390; Beresford, 14. 122; Best, 4 
268 ; Bicknor(Bikenor),15, 11, 18; 
Bickworth, 16, 119; Bird. 16. L19; 
Bittou, 12. 129; Bloor, 17, 57; 
Bluet, 16, HO; Bocton, 15. 7, 10; 
Bokenham, 15, 119; Borne, 15,10; 
Boteler, 12, 128; Botevillein, 6, 

299; Bowes. 16, 10S ; Boys, 3. 1 S! » ; 

Bramston, 18, 412 ; Bray, 12, 128 ; 

16. L06; Braybrooke, 11, LOO, 107; 
Bridger, 18,440; Broc, 15, 6, 7; 
Brockhull, 6, 276 ; 15, 6 ; 18, 422 ; 
Brooke, 11, 107 ; 12, 131 ; Brough- 
ton, 6, 300-1 ; Brim, or Bronn, 10, 
330; 11, 397; 15, 18; Brvan, 4, 
244; Buckley, 16, 70; Bucknall, 
16,134; Burgh, 15. 1-5: Butler, 
13. 539; Caldecot, 12, 129; Cam- 
bridge, 10, 40 ; Camois, 13, 537 ; 
Caradoc, 12, 129; Caune, 5, 324; 
Cavendish, 12, 131 ; Champayne, 
15, 8; Cheddar, 12. 129; Cheyne, 
15,11; Chiche, 15, 16; Chiohley, 
13, 537 : Childe, 10, 40; Chirfold, 
6. -70 : Christ Church, Canterbury, 
1, 181 ; 13, 85 ; Chute, 18, 57 1 
Cinque Ports, 14, 55 ; Clerk, 15, 
118; Clifton, 10, 262 ; 12,67,130; 
Clyve, 6, 300-1; Cobham, 11, 56, 
58, 67. 70 ; 18. 450; Colepeper, 11, 
6; Collyns, 18, 414: Copdike, 13, 
419; Copuldike, 11, 396; Courte- 
nay, 13, 538; Coventry, 4, 102; 
Cradock, 17, 61 ; Crauthorne, 15, 
7; Cromer, 11, 6; Crovser, 12, 128; 
Dabernon, 12, 128 ; D'Arcy, 12, 67 ; 
Darrel, 5, 118; Death, 18, 390; 
Deeds, 18, 412; De la Pole, 11, 87, 
100, 107 ; 13- 538; De l'lsle, 15, 3; 
Dene, 4, 258 ; 10, 330 ; Dering, 10, 
329,3:50; Detling, 4. 258; 15,10; 
Devereux, 15, 23 ; Digges, 15, 16, 

17. 21 ; D'Ipre, 10, 330 ; Donet, 17, 
60; Duke, 12. L31 ; Dumvile, 16, 
70; Dyke, 16, 100: Eastangrave, 
15, 3, 18; Echingham, 15, 18; 
Edwards, 4, 269; Ellis, 4, 246; 
Kn-lrnn. 5. 1 Is; Kslin- 15, 8; 
Eton, 10, 330; Faukebam, 15, 
9; Fienes, 16. 119; Finch, 10, 
■i ':: . 15. 5, 16; 18,440; Pineux, 

18. 422; l'itz- Bernard, 15, 6, 
L9; Pitz-Dering, 15. 12; Fitz- 
hugh, 12. L29; Pitzozborne, 130; 
Pobert de Dover, 4. 21 l ; Fogges, 2, 
L07, 109; 5, L18; Foliott, 15, 2-4, 
17; Porster, 4, 269; Frances, 10, 
880 ; Premling, 4,256 ; Frogenhall, 



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15, 15; Furneaux, 12, 130; Fur- 
nese, 13, 473 ; Gatton, 4, 258 ; 15, 
13 ; Gibbon, 4, 257 ; de Gise, 15, 

11; Gobion, 10, 330; Godfrey, 6, 
265; Gonville, 12, 130; Gorges, 
13, 378 ; Gosehall, 15, 7, 10 ; Gower, 
6, 85; Gravesend, 12,65; Graves- 
end and Milton, 4, 245; Gray, 12, 
130; Graydon, 18, 90 ; Greene, 12, 
130; Gurney, 129; Hadlow, 15, 9, 
18; Hall, 4," 267; 6, 252; Halligh- 
well, 12, 128; Hamilton, 16, 117; 
Hardres, 4, 46 ; 15, 10 ; Harlaken- 
den, 14, 358; Harlinge, 12, 130; 
Harlstone, 4, 257 ; Hart, 16, 100, 
106,107; Harvey, 12, 129; Has- 
ting, 4, 254; Hastings, 15, 13; 
Haut, 2, 107, 109 ; 5, 129 ; 12, 371 ; 

15, 9 ; Haward, 6, 297, 299, 300 ; 
Heigham, 15. 15 ; Heringode, 15, 
13 ; Hever, 15, 10 ; Hextall, 3, 143 ; 
Hevdon, 3. 143; Hobbes, 16, 281; 
Hodges, 4, 105 ; Holbrooke, 5, 225 ; 
Hooker, 13, 138 ; Home, 14, 94 ; 
Hougham, 15, 13 ; Hughes, 16, 91- 
2 ; Hulse, 16, 70 ; Hunter, see 
Tucker ; Huntingfield, 15, 6, 10, 14, 
18, 23 ; Huxley, 6, 300-1 ; Ingolds- 
thorpe, 12, 130; James, 4, 242; 
Jerningham, 12, 130; Kelvedon, 

12, 130: Kemp, 6, 299; Kiffin, 4, 
269 ; Knight, 15, 119 ; Knotsford, 

16, 70 • Kyriel, 15, 19 ; Langham, 

5, 226 ; Lennard, 16, 119, 278, 281 ; 
Lenox, 12, 67 ; Lewknor, 14, 106 ; 
Leybome, 1, 4 ; 15, 2, 3, 6 ; Lloyd, 
16,116; Loudam, 12, 130; Lucy, 

13, 538 ; 15, 2, 3, 12, 19 ; Ludwell, 
16, 354 ; Lungehauip, 15, 3 ; Mal- 
mains, 15, 7, 12, 14, 19; Manning, 

6, 271, 272, 276 ; Manningham, 4, 
255 ; Manston, 12, 371 ; Marines, 
15, 7, 12 ; Marmion, 12, 130; Mas- 
ter, 4, 259, 266 ; 5, 238, 239, 241 ; 
Mengel, 18, 390; Mereworth, 15, 
12 ; Monson, 18, 296 ; Montfort, 
12,128; Morant, 4, 100; 5, 324; 
Morini, 1, 59 ; Moriston, 15, 13 ; 
Morskin, 4, 242 ; Mortimer, 12, 
130; Moulton, 5, 243-245 ; Muston, 
18, 423 ; Nevill, 11, 106 ; 13, 538- 
9; Newton, 12, 12'.) ; Norbury, 12, 
128; Norden, 17, 61 ; Norreys, 17, 
58; Nortbwode, or North wood, 7> 
293; 9, 152, 158; 12,383; Nor- 
wood, 12, 383 ; 15, 18 ; Nysells, 18, 
391; Olell, 6, 301; Oldbeife, 10, 
40 ; Onslow, 6, 276 ; Ore, 4, 120 ; 
Orlanstone, 10, 261; 15, 9; Os- 
borne, 5, 227-9, 233; Otringdene, 
15, 9 ; Oxenbridge, 4, 120 ; Oxen- 



den, 6, 277, 284; Paramour, 12, 
401; Parker, 6, 284, Peche, 16. 
102-7; Peckham, 4, 100; 15, 11; 
Pencestre, 15, 3; Peniston, 11,6 ; 
Peplesham, 10, 261, 203; Percy, 
13,538; Perrot, 12, 129; 15, LO; 
Peverel, 11, 100; Peyforer, 15, 2 ; 
Pilcher, 18, 90 ; Pinner, 4, 2(1 1 ; 
Playters, 18, 71 ; Poynings, 5, 118; 
13, 537 ; Queenborough, 13, 5:i? // ; 
Richars, 5, 244 ; Ridge, H, 6; Ro- 
binson, 4, 251; Pokeslev, 15, 18; 
16, 101 ; Romney, 15, 12; de Ros, 
15, 9 ; Rufford, 13, 378 ; St. Leger, 
15, 8, 14, 16, 18, 19 ; St. Nicholas, 

12, 175 ; St. Quintin, 12, 130; Sav- 
age, 15, 13, 18; Scotnev, 17, 39; 
Scott, 5, 118; 10, 261, 265, 267-8; 

13, 538 ; 14, 93 ; Scroope, 16, 103 ; 
Sellyng, 18, 423; Septvans, 15, 18; 
Shelley, 15, 1'".; 16. 103: Shelving, 

15, 27-9; Shelvvnk. 4, 258; Sher- 
borne, 12, 129 ; Shillingheld, 15, 13 ; 
Shirland, 15, 6, 8, 18 ; Shirlev, 1, 59 ; 
Skeffington, 10, 40; Slany, 16,278; 
Smythe, 17, 204; Snayth, 4, 258; 
Soldanke (Sodan), 15, 11; Somer, 
11,6; Southland, 14, 122 ; Squerry, 

11, 6 ; Stafford, 13, 537 ; Stanhope, 

16, 117, 118; Staveley, 13, 130; 
Streynsham, 5, 239, 241 ; Stuart, 

12, 67; Stubbs, 18. 238; Stuche, 
6, 300-1 ; Sudeley, 12, 128 ; Swan, 

4, 2(51, 2G3 ; Talbot, 13, 539 ; Tan- 
cre, 15, 11; Tatesham, 4, 246 ; Tat- 
tershal, 13, 537; Taylor, 14, 175; 
18, 434; Thompson^ 4, 2G1, 263; 
Thornbury, 11,28; Thornham,15, 10; 
Tichbourne, 14, 154; Tilmanstone, 
15, 11 ; Tonge, 6, 255 ; Touke, 11, 
395 ; Towne, 4, 258 ; Tripp, 5, 236- 
7; Troughton, 12, 128; Tucker 
quartering Hunter, 4, 248; Twit- 
ham, 15, 12 ; Valoignes, 2, 107, 109; 

15, 5, 8, 18 ; Warde,16, 134: War- 
ham, 5, 118; 18, 433; Watering- 
beri, 15, 11; Watson, 4, 244; 18, 
296 ; Watton, 4, 258 ; de Welle, 
15-18; Weston, 16, 119; White, 

5, 118; Whitfield, 16, 80; Wight- 
man, 5, 239, 241 ; Willoughby, 4, 
256; Wingfield, 13, 538; Winnell, 
5, 225; Winton, 3, 143; Wither- 
den, 16, 76; Wombwell, 4, 253; 
Woodville, 1, 178 ; 5, 129 ; Wotton, 

16, 355 ; Wronkeslow, 6, 300-1. 
Armory, Early Kentish, by W. S. 

Ellis, Esq., 15, 1-30. 
Armour, tilting helmet of (? Sir John 
Pogge), in Ashford Church, 5, 132; 
shield for the legs in tilting, 10, 78; 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



oriental origin of chain mail, 9, 

let. • 
Armour, examples of (14th century), 

9. L58 : 11. 65 j 1 15th century), 2. 

L06, 1"'.'; 11. 89; 16. 102; (16th 

oentury), 9, L50; 11. 108; 12. L27; 

16. LIB. 
Ann-, a contributi t I L643), 2, 

199; of Kent Families, 3. 1 t3 ; on 

communion plate in Bast Langdon, 

5. 240; ofthe Gen tils of Kent, ft mp. 
Urn. Vll . 11. 394-7 : doubtful, in 
Staplehursi Church, 9. L93. 

Arms, grants, and confirmations of, 4. 
242, 250, 252, 253, 259, 261,267 : 6, 
252,255, 271, 277, 297; 18, 238; 
Lrinorial bearings. 

Armstrong, Nicholas, 18, 29S ; Rich- 
ard, Vicar of Sheldwioh (1571), 298; 
Thomas, 298. 

Armurer, Eugb le, 13- 290-1 ; Agnes, 
291. 

Arneye, John, 18 385. 

Arnold, family, 15, 375 ; arms, 4, 258. 

Arnold, Arthur, M.P., 15, 375; of 
Boulogne, W. 4,205; Sir Edwin, 
18. ITS ; Edwin, 15. 375; ESlias 
(Thanet), 12, '-W ; James (Leeds 
Prior) , 2, 64; John, T., 3, 80; 
Richard (Sheldwich, L396), 18,296; 
Robert, 11,396; William, T., 3,95; 
Win. Garrard, of Cranbrook, 9, cii. 

AuN(iLi), A. A., Esq., on a Roman 
coffin at Chatham, 12, 430; on 
Quarry Bouse, 17, 169-180; on Ro- 
man remains there, 189-192; 18. 
L89; on Rochester bridge in 1561, 
212-240; on Roman remains at 
B tchester, 18, 193 ; on Mediaeval 
remains at Rochester, 196. 

Abnold, George ML, Esq., on Graves- 
end in days of old, 11, xlii ; on the 
Roman station of Vagmaca at 
Springhead, 18, 177; Life of Robert 
/'" ■'. by, 15, 374. 

Arnold-Bonnie, or Arnold's manor, in 
Bastling, 10- 186. 

Arnolde alias Bpellehurste, Nicholas, 
2. 58. 

Arnoyn ft John, 16. 88. 

Aron, Jno., brief for, 14. 21 I. 

Arondell, Richard, of Egerton, 8- I I I. 

Arpendium, a French measure of land, 

6. 827. 

Arqm I 13. 26 n ; see Archis. 

Arran, Mary, Countess of, 11. 26 . 

272 : Richard Butler, Earl of, 12 

L04. 
Array, the King's Commissi! r. 

i L642 . 2. L88 
Arreton manor, 15, 869. 



Arsike, honor of, 12, 216, 

Arsike, Joanna dc, 12. 236. 

Artevelt, Philip of, 11,78. 

Arthur, the twelve victories of, 8, 33 ; 
Prince of Wales, wedded to Kathc- 
rine of Aragon, 16, 103. 

Arundel (Arundell), Archbishop, 5, 
25; 9,194; H, 36. 94 ; 13, 56, 355, 
457, 536-8 ; 15, 235-6, 379 ; 16, 41 ; 
his arms, 11, 146; attainder of (1396) 
18, 51. 

Arundel, Earls of, 1, 79; 2,216: 10, 
120; 12, 56, 82,115,148; Thomas 
Howard, at Rochester (1611), 6, 58; 
at Canterbury (1636), 17, 316; 
Philip, 11, 231. 

Arundel, of Wardour, Lady, 11, 222. 

Arundel, 13. 90; arms, 142; Agnes, 
141; Henry, 11, 201, 231 ; Johnde, 
355 ; Julianna, 355 ; Sir Richard, 
13, 112: Thomas, 11, 231,233, 234, 
239-241,249; Sir Thomas, ancestor 
of the ELempes of OUantigh, 5, 117 ; 
William de, Vicar of Elham, 10, 
51 ; Sir William, 16, 40 ; tomb of 
Sir William, 13, 141-5. 

Arundel Church, 18, 54; apsidal chan- 
cel, 3, 125; house (London), H, 
233; 12, 142; park, 13, 367; 
steeple, at Christ Church, Canter- 
bury, 4, 39 ; 7, 157. 

Arvates, Richard (Hawkhurst), 5, 73. 

Aryan symbol " suastika " on a Saxon 
sword-hilt, 10, 312. 

Asar, .see Ansea. 

Ascelin, Bishop of Rochester (1142-8), 
3. 98; gives a book to Convent 
Library, 63. 

Asceline, first Prior of Dover, 4, 6. 

Aschetil, Geoffrey son of, W., 6, 197. 

Asgard, its position, 8, 21. 

Ash, by Wrotham, near Dartford, 10, 
154, 155, 192; 12. 234; 14. 223-4, 
235-6,240; church plate, 17, 250; 
inventory of parish church goods, 
8,104; North Ash, 10, 155; 11, 
338; South Ash, 10, 155; 14,226- 
7; registers, 14. 235 ; church and 
lights therein, 14, 223. 

Ash, by Wingham and Sandwich, 
( Essce, Esse, Bsshe), 10. 128; 11, 
23, 306; 14- 132, 131: 15. 13, 358; 
Overland manor in, 1. 6,7; Chantry 
at, 2. 62 : advowson, 5, 267; Palaeo- 
lithic implements at, 18. 305; glass 
rase within an amphora, discovered 
at. 4. 38; lines of lands in, H, 812, 
31 1, 338, 858; 12, 291; 13, 296, 
817, 318; 14. 252, 257; 15, 281, 
287, 300, 809, 311; 18, 339, 345; 
church plate, 16,359, 363,418,433; 



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17, 248 ; Goldstanestone manor in, 3, 
218 ; church and monuments, 1, 74 ; 
2, 142. 

Ash, Rev. Dr., exhibits ancient Greek 
picture, 2, xliii. 

Ash, John, chairman of Parliament 
Committee at Goldsmith's Hall, 4, 
146, 147, 187, 189; refuses Sir Ro- 
ger Twysden any relief, 181, 189. 

Ash, Elena dc, 11, 338 ; John de, 15, 
284; Ealph de, 11, 338; 12,235; 
Thomas de (1197), 1, 237 ; (1199), 
2, 242 ; Thomas, customer at Sand- 
wich, 5, 124. 

Ashbold, William, Eector of Ruckinge 
(1582), 8, 313. 

Ashlmrnham (Ashborneham), Ann, 

14, 360 ; Anna and John, 10, 340 ; 
Hellen, 13, 133 ; John, his influence 
with the King, 12, 92 ; Lady, 15, 
142; Roger, of Scotney Castle, 17, 
39 ; Thomas, 14, 366. 

Ashby, allied to Osborne, pedigree, 5, 
facing 227. 

Ashe, Josea, and William, 4, 249. 

Asheley, Geoffrey, 18, 298. 

Ashenden, Dame Mary, 18, 3G ; Sir 
fm, 36. 

Ashendon, Bucks, cup-shaped brooch 
at, 18, 315. 

Ashenlield Common, 13, 12. 

Asherinden, East, 14, 49, 50. 

Asherst, John, Rector of Warehorne 
(1661), 4, 102 ; see Ashurst. 

Ashfield, Sir John, 3, 192. 

Ashford (Asshetisford, Aysford, Esse- 
tesford, Esshetesford), 2, 240 ; 5, 
64, 212, 298 ; 10, 132, 256, 259 ; 11, 
351, 369; 12, 220; 13, 180, 297, 
317; 14, 26, 100, 308, 347, 359; 

15, xlv, xlvi, xlviii, 3, 299; 17, 
193-4, 202-4. 

Ashford, manor, 1, 6, 7 ; 10, 132 ; 17, 
193, 194 n ; coats of arms in Vicar's 
house, 2, 109 ; old road near, 4, 27 ; 
Roman camp near, 27 ; extracts 
from the registers, 267 ; grant of 
Fair, 5, 128 ; portraits in the vicar- 
age, 118 ; manor granted to Roger 
de Leybourne, 7, 333 ; meeting of 
church goods commissioners at, 8, 
86; meeting of the men of Lyddand 
the seven hundreds, 300 ; inventory 
of parish church goods, 102 ; Kentish 
proverb on, 9, 130; visitations at, 9, 
230, 232, 233 ; brief for, 14, 208 ; 
church plate, 16, 382, 386,411 ; 17, 
251. 

ASHFOKD, ON THE EARLY HISTOKY OF, 

by Robert Furley, 16, 161-78 ; ori- 
gin of the name, 162 ; manors, 162- 



6 ; lesser manors and yokes, 107-8 ; 
Woodward's mansion now Brook 
Place, 10* ; civil history, 169; 
streets, 170; ecclesiastical history, 
172-8. 

Ashford Church, brasses in, 1, 17'!; 
2, 103-110; Athol brass, 181; 10, 
259; defaced (1044), 2, 107 ; glass win- 
dows in, 109 ; brass of Sir John 
Fogge, 3, 144; his monument, 5, 
117," 129, 132 ; Warrens' MS., 118 n ; 
Edward IV.'s confirmation of grant 
to, 128 ; incumbent not noticed by 
Hasted, 119 «; advovvson of, H, 
320; rood-lofts, 14, 371; Smythe 
monument, 17, 203; rebuilt by, 
John Fogge, 5, 117 ; 18, 363. 

Ashford, Norman de, 10, 270, 275 ; 
Wm, his son, 270; William of, 16, 
07, 163. 

Ashley, Lord, 11, 258; Lord (1667), 
17,' 382-3; Geffrey, 11, 413 ; John, 
Rector of St. Paul's Cray (1002- 
1703), 18, 287. 

Ashley, of Warehorne (1745-69), 4, 
103. 

Ashpoole's stables at Cambridge (1648), 
15, 172; family, 367. 

Ashton, Mathew (Ivychurch, 1408), 
13, 458. 

Ashurst (Asherst, Assherst, Asshurst, 
Asshore, Esserst, Esherst, Essherst, 
Essore, Exherst), 4, 306 ; 11, 338 ; 
12, 229, 231; manor, 10, 152; 
extent of, 5, 295 ; seal found at, 10, 
320; church plate, 16, 361, 382, 
421 ; 17, 254. 

Ashurst, John de, 5, 207 ; John of 
Ashford, 8, 102 ; Michael de, W., 
5, 216, 221 ; William de, W., 6, 210, 
217. 

Ashwell, Herts, thirteen springs form 
the Rhee Head, 13, 268. 

Askeby, William de, Archdeacon of 
Northampton (1368), 1, 68. 

Asketyn, Hamo, 14, 193 ; Richard, 
197 ; William, 15, 363. 

Asling, John de, 6, 244. 

Asnal (Aspale), Bartholomew de, H, 
:', ! 1 ; John de, 10. 146, 159 ; Nicho- 
laa de, 11, 344; Roger de, 10, 140, 
159. 

Asparagus, in 1050-1, 15, 188, 195. 

Asphitel, A., Esq., his lecture on Ro- 
chester Castle, 2, xxxvii. 

Aspinal), Nicholas (Dartford, 1559), 
18. 395. 

Aspland's daughter and heir, 10, 124. 

Asplon, Agnes, 13, 290 ; Osbert, ib. 

Assart, definitions of, 2, 207 <i. 

Asser, his Life of Alfred, 2, 71 ; his 



14 



INDEX TO VOLS. I. XVIII. 



. . -. 8. 20, 2'.': regards Wo- 
den as historical, 25. 

ASSESSMENTS l\ l M to Knighl the 

Black Prince, 10- '.'■.'- 1 til'. 
Assewell, Robert, 13. 300. 
Asshe, si a Ash. 

ouruhame, Rogerde.granl from 
John Gower to (a.d. 1373), 6. 86. 
Aw ■ John de, 15, 307. 

aerst, Win., of Kingsnorth, 9, 
276. 
Lsshendone, John (] H2), 10. 245. 
Asshenton, Richard, 14. 318, 320-1. 
Assheret, Thomas, of Gt. Chart, 8, 

L59. 
Asshi ' ■• Lshford. 

Asshel B r Balph, 16. 166. 

ewy), Margaret, 15. 
278; Richard de, 10- 158; 11, 325; 
hen de, 10, 157 ; 15, 278; see 
ewy. 

re, tee Ashurst. 
Aashton, Rohert de, T., 3, 69. 

■,1s «f, 2, 294; defined, 317; 
G it, 3, 228; defined, 229; of 
bread in middle ages, 12. 321-328; 
but! at Tenterden, 14, 45. 

-. Maidstone (1040-2), 1, 191, 
20 >, i'ii_' ; held at Rochester (1578), 
2. 71: Committee of Parliament 
come to L642), 181. 
Assj ■■. heirs of Robert de, 10. 154. 
As ill, Rev. Richard, 16. 123. 
Asten, Agnes, 18. 26; William, 26. 
. Rev. .lames (1613), 16- 290. 
Astley, the Barons (at Maidstone Pa- 
lace), 15. \1: Bridget, 14, 361 ; Dr., 
18 203; Rev. Jeffery, 11. 410; 
John, 14. 361 ; Sir John (1041), 16, 
346 : Rev. W. D.,11, 10 : monumenl 
a1 Maidstone, 18- 153. 

Sir Ro i r, 11. ill: William, of 
Newchurcb (1390), 13. -164. 

• . Sir Robert, 1, 177; gave a bell 
to Dover Castle Church, 1, 177. 
Astyn, John, parson of Burmarsh, 8, 

114; Rev. Nicholas, 16, 87. 
at ( lhapel, tee < lapel. 
Atehurch, Richard (Fordwioh, 1303), 

18. B7. 
Atd< i H I., 3. 83 ; Joan, 

wi. low of John T . 88 : Thomas, '!'.. 

Ber estede, William. 10. 1 1 1. 
Ralph I 1201), 2. 257. 
k, Nicholas I 1267), 5 297. 
I: ' • fn v, 5, -.17 ; Simon, 

10 156. 

. \\ ... 13 ::.". I 
i , son of Hugh, 10. 

L66 ; $eeC( 



ate Curt. John, 13. 354. 

ate Dane, Stephen (1488), 10.318. 

ate Doune, Geoffrey, W.,5,231 ; John, 

14. 193, 372; Laurence, 10- 143; 

Robert, 14. 198; Roger i 1305), 10, 

222; Roger, 14. 187, 198. 
ate Dune, Gilbert, 14, 198; Thomas, 

198. 
ate Porde, Allan. 14. 195-197; Henry, 

197; John, 10, 147 ; Wm., of Dart- 
ford, 9. 288. 
ate Porstalle, William, 10, 137; 14, 

196. 
ate Gate, William, 14, 192. 
ate Core, Gunnora, of Dart ford, 9, 

287 ; Richard, 288. 
ate Helle, Robert, of Dartford, 9, 288. 
ate Ilethe, Adam, of Dartford, 9, 287 ; 

Wm., 291. 
ate lloke. Simon, of Dartford, 9, 286. 
ate Hothe. William (1408), 10, 60, 64; 

(1375), 323. 
ate Lavende, Richard, 14, 195. 
ate Lese, see atte Lese. 
Atelysworthe, 15, 361; Henry, 362-3; 

John, 361 ; Roger, 362-3 ; Simon, 

361. 
ate May to, John (1488), 10, 318. 
ate Mede, Edmund, 10. 116. 
ate Melle, 14, 203; Stephen (1305), 

10. 222, 228; Stephen, 14, 186, 

194. 
ate More, Matthew, 10, 141 ; Thomas, 

133. 
ate Morehall, Nicholas. 10. 126. 
ate Newcourt, Walter, 10, 131; Wil- 
liam, 131, 132. 
ate Nynne, Elias, 10- 13] ; his sons 

.John and Richard, 131. 
ate Pende, John, 10, 141, 144; his son 

John, 141. 
ate Telle, of Welles, Geoffrey, 10, 132. 
at. Pirye, Emma, 14. 196; Riod. de, 

205;' William de, 205. 
ate Rye, Walter, 14. 192. 
ate Sartrye, John, 10. L29. 
ate Selere, heirs of John. 10, 147. 
ate Shoppe, Hugo, 10- 223. 
ate Sindane, Ricd., 14- 193, 203. 
ate Sole. Wm.. of Dartford, 9, 287. 
ate Spich, Wm., of Dartford, 9, 290. 
ate Stocke, Simon. 14. 195. 
ate Stone, Wm. (1412), 10. 247; Ni- 

cholas,247. 
ate 8tapele, 14- 202; Thomas, 192. 
ate Tounelonde, John. 10. Ml ; Tho- 

tnas, ill. 
ate Ware. William, 10. 153; his heirs, 

L53. 
ate Weald, John, 10, 152; Simon, 131 ; 

John, son of Simon, 131. 



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ate Welle, John, 14, 192 ; Ralph, 10, 

116 ; his heirs, 116. 
ate Wode, Bartholomew, 14. 385; 

John, T., 3, 82 ; John, 10, 125 ; 13, 

354; John (1471), 10. ">7 ; .Matthew 

(1480), lxii; Peter, 14, 192, 205; 

Robert, 13, 354 ; heirs of Robert, 

354; Stephen. 14, 196, 205. 
ate Wodegate, John, 10, 229. 
Athagh, Stevyn (1485), 16, 291. 
Athalaric, the last male representative 

of the Ostrogothio Kings, 8, 23. 
at Halle, Harry, 11, 379;' Robert, 382; 

Stephen, 382; William, 314. 
Athanaric, King of the Visigoths, 8, 

186. 
Athefold, Bridget, 14, 239; John, ib. ; 

William, ib. 
Athelard, Henry, 13, 305. 
Atherton, Thomas (Newchuroh, 1400), 

13, 464. 

Athol, Elizabeth, Countess of, daugh- 
ter of Lord Ferrers (ob. 1375), brass 
in Ashford Church, 1, 181-2 ; pedi- 
gree, 182; Countess of, 13, 48, 512; 
523-4. 

Athol, Earl of, 6, 88; 10, 134, 259, 
260, 264, ; tragical fate of, 7, hi ; 
arms of, 15, 3 ; David, 15, 14. 

Atken, Stephen, 5, 72, 73. 

Atkenson, Rev. John, 16, 87. 

Atkins (1655), 17, 177 ; Anne, 18, 22, 
24; Elizabeth, 24; Mr., 17, 176-7; 
18, 151 ; Thomas, 18, 22, 24. 

Atkinson, John, of Rye, 16, 73 ; Rich- 
ard, Rector of Woodchurch, 14, 
355. 

Atkyns, Sir James, 145. 

Atkynson, Richard, 17, 85. 

At Le, Thomas (1429), 14, 121. 

Aton, arms of Gilbert de, 15, 20; Wil- 
liam de, 20. 

at Schete, Walter, W., 15, 390. 

Atstede, Rodland de, 12, 228. 

At Stigle, Richard, 15, 390. 

Attaint, writ of, 3, 247 ; defined, 246, 

atte Bailye, John, 15, 285. 

atte Baynor, John, the son of Bartho- 
lomew, 6, 188. 

atte Beche, Robert, Rector of Ightham, 
4, 222. 

atte Berton, Hugh, 15, 281 ; Matilda, 

14, 254 ; Robert, 254. 
Attebourne, hospital, 12, 212. 
atte Bowes, Robert, 11, 372. 

atte Brege, Thomas, brass in Lydd 
Church, 13, 437 ; his will, 449. 

atte Bregge, John, 12, 301 ; Godleva, 
301. 

atte Brigge, Cecilia, 15, 276 ; Robert, 
276. 



atte Brok, Alan, 15, 281, 284; Rev. 
John, 16, 86. 

atte Broke, Alice, 11, 356 ; ( lecilia, 13, 
300; Johanna, 11, 356; 18,347; 
John, 11,328, 356; John (Bethers- 
den, 1319), 16, 80 ; Richard, 3. 89; 
Richard, Rector of Staplehurst, 9, 
192; Richard (Newchurch, 1386), 
13, 464; Robert, 13, 300; Roger, 
18, 347 ; Simon, 11, 352; William, 
T., 3, 88. 

atte Brome, Eustace, 13, 306 ; John, 86 ; 
15, 304; Roberga, 13, 306 ; Robt., 
Canon of Wingham, 14, li ; Walter 
(1269-70), 5, 300; William, 13,306. 

atte Burne, Adam, H, 331 ; see 
Bourne. 

atte Celer, Isabella, 14, 279 ; John, 
279 ; Warin, 279. 

atte Chapele, Agnes, 18, 340 ; James, 
340; Richard, 340; Thomas, 340. 

atte Chaumbre, Hugh, 15, 295 ; Mar- 
garet, 295 ; Thomas, 18, 443, Wal- 
ter, 443. 

atte Cherche, Alice, 18, 346 ; Hamo, 
6, 186 ; 18, 346 ; John, T, 3, 73, 
86; Materia, H, 350; Robert 
(1387-8), 14, 178; William, 6, 186 ; 
(Newchurch, 1373), 13, 465. 

atte Cherchegate, Dionisia, 13, 318; 
Hamo, 318. 

Attechild, Richard, a juror (1267), 5, 
296. 

atte Childryn, William, 14, 280. 

atte Chirche, Gali'rid, 6, 188. 

atte Crouche, Adam, 15, 286 ; Alice, 

13, 306 ; Joan, 15, 286 ; Margeria, 

14, 255 ; Nicholas, T., 3, 69, 70, 75 ; 
Robert, 13, 306; Thomas, 14, 255. 

atte Cruche, Henry, 18, 345 ; Thos., 
of Westgate, 346. 

atte Dane, Richard, 3, 92. 

atte Denne, Richard, T., 3, 85 ; Sara, 
12, 294; Walter, 301; William, 
294, 301. 

atte Doune, Robert, 12, 232. 

atte Felde, Stephen, T., 3, 92. 

atte Fenne, Stephen, 15, 281. 

atte Forde, Alice, 13, 297 ; John, 11, 
347 ; Juliana, 15, 283 ; Martin, 13, 
320; Richard, juror, 5, 127; Wil- 
liam, 15,283; 13,297. 

atte Forstall, John, of Tenham, T., 3, 
95, 96 ; Wm., 14, 196. 

atte Forstalle, Alice, 13, 308 ; Johan- 
na, 11, 312; John, 312; 13, 308. 

atte Gate, Adam, 15,296 ; Agnes, 296; 
John, T., 3, 87. 

atte Geole, Robert, 6, 1S8. 

Attegore, Adam, 14,248; Alianora,248. 

atte Gore, Adam, 18, 338. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



■■ EUoche, Robert, 13. 315-316. 

1 1 ik-. Oliver Wymondham. 120S), 

5. 295. 

atte Halle, Clement, 14. 279; Felicia, 

15 288 . .John. 14- 272 ; Margeria, 

872; Thomas, 15. 288, 310. 

atte Helle, Agnes, 13- 292; Alice, 12, 

i, 12. 295; 13- 292. 
Allelic! he. Walter and Lucia, 12, 

291. 
atte Hethe, Agnes, 13- 29V ; Haymo, 
John, 297. 
■ ||. ,.,.. ,.-i . Edelina, 15- 362. 
atte Hoke, Johanna, 11. 338 ; John, 
: Julianna, 352 : Richard, 338. 

atte 11 •. Sutton. 13, 300,316; 15, 

277. 

Hulle, Robert (Brookkuid, 1376), 
13. 186; William. 15- 363. 
atte Knoll (Knolle), Agnes, 14- 249; 
18. 338; John, 14, 249; 18, 
338. 

Lee, John (Newchurch, 1387). 13, 
164. 

I . Margeria, 15- 297 ; Wil- 
liam, ib. 
atte Lese, arms, 18. 290 ; ( lecilia, 290 n ; 
Dionisia, 290; John (1522), 12. 
122, 426; Laurence, 123; Lora, 18, 
290; Lucy, ib. : Mar cell us, ib.; Sir 
B chard (1367-81), 1, 128; 2. 14, 
27. 36, ::7: 3- 71. 91-2; bis seal 
168 . 12 : Richard (1522), 12, 426 ; 
Sampson, 18. 290; Stephen (1247), 
2. 295; William (1412), 10- -'17. 
atte Loft, John, 14. 278. 
ait- .Med. Johanna, 15, 310; John, 

310; William. 310. 
atte Mele. Elias, of Hoo, 13, 314; 
Julianna, 31 I. 

Elene, 13- 343. 
atte Melne, John. 11, 329 ; Margeria, 

329. 
atte Merk, Simon. 15. 306. 
■-■■■ Mersche, Henry, 6. i^s 
:■.••• M( nshi . .John, 11. :S17. 
atte Meiithe. Amaldus, 14. 275-6, 
278-9; Johanna, 275-6. 27'.'. 

tolande, William (Wingham, 
1251 2 

1. John. 15. 2N1 ; Thi 
281. 

Slore, Alice, 11. 332 ; Henry,346; 
I ':7I : John, 346; 12- 290; 

] | 2 846 . 12- 290. 
Robert, 11. 323. 
■-■ 13 308. 
I. bard, 13. 318; 
.-is. 

Bat rina. 14. 276 : 



atte Noke, Adam, 18, 352 ; Alice, 14, 

243; Simon. 243. 
atte Nvnne. Alice, 15, 293 ; 18, 345; 

Walter, 15, 293 ; 18, 345. 
atte Parke. Genninus (1268), 5, 295 ; 

Johanna, 11, 323; William, of Ole- 

cumbe, 323. 
atte Pette, Johanna, 12. 300 ; 13, 315 ; 

John, T.. 3- 94 ; Margeria, 18, 351 ; 

Richard, 12,300; 13. 315. 
atte Pirie, Andrew. 15. 362. 
atte Pond, John (Bexlev, 1385), 18, 

379. 
atte Pvrve. Nicholas, 11, 314, 334. 
Atterbury, Bishop, 11, xlviii; 13, 

L66 ; Johan, 18- 15; John, 15. 
atte Rede, Joan, 13, 322 ; Thos., 11, 

358. 
Attennedc, Hamo (Wingham, 1251), 

2, 307. 
Atterton, 13, 291. 
Attertone, next Dover, 11, 332. 
Atterwell, Simon (Bou^hton, 1258), 3> 

246. 
atte Snore, Adam, 13, 289 ; Agnes, 

289; John, 289; AVilliam, 289. 
atte Sole, Constance, 14, 241 ; Ha- 

mond (1269), 5, 300 ; William, T., 

3, 89; ltichard, 14. 261; Seman, 3, 
92. 

atte Spiche, John, 11, 329; William, 
329. 

atte Stighele, William, 12, 295 ; Julia- 
na, 295. 

atte Stokke. Alice. 12. 302; 13. 293; 
John, 12, 302; 13. 293. 

atte Stone, Peter, 12.377; William, 
the younger, T., 3. 71 ; 12. ^75. 

atte Stonpette, Thomas, founder of 
Stampil Chantry, Dartford, 18,393. 

atte Suth Dane,' Eudilda, 13, 308; 
Robert, 308. 

atte Tonge, Richard, 18, 113. 

atte Ware, Adam, 14. 271-2: John, 
15.273; Margeria, 14.271-2; Ro- 
bert, 15, 273; Walter, 14-271-2; 
William. T. 3. 85. 

a'le Watere. John. 15. 305. 

atte Welde, Johanna, 15, 279; Win, 

2711. 
Attewell, John. 12. 289, 296, 301; 

Lavina, 289. 
atte Welle, Christina. 13, 315; Hamo, 

315; John. T.. 3. 89; John. 13. 

313, 315; Lavina, 313; Ralph, 11, 

319; Robert, 396; William, T., 4, 

70. 75. 82, 83. 
atte Wexhouse, Gilbert, 13, 85. 
atte Wode, Agnes, 11. 350; Clement 

(127H. 6- 237; John. H. 348,396; 

Ralph, 350; Richard, 371. 



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17 



atte Wood, Hugh, of raiding, 7, 237. 

atte Yoke, Johanna, 15, 302; John, 
302. 

Atlila, Runic inscription against, 8, 
198. 

Attkynson, John, Vicar of Bethersden, 
8. 10(5, 107. 

Alt- Well, Thomas, 16, 313. 

At- Water, allied to Hales, 14, 62; 
arms on church plate at Lenham, 
16, 364. 

at Water, Robert, of Lenham, 11. 401. 

at Well, Jacob, W., 6, 284; James, 
14, 372 ; John, W., 6, 284 ; Thomas, 
14, 320. 

at Welle, Thomas, 6, 289. 

At w 1, Rev. Samuel, 14. 227 ; (1713), 

17,251. 

at Wood, William, of Gravesend, 11, 
403. 

Aubcroche, siege of, 16, 37. 

Aubemarlie, see Albemarle. 

Auberville (Aberuille. Aubervile, Au- 
bervill), arms, 15, 9 ; family, 17, 
199 ; Hugh de (Stockbury), 5, 277 ; 
Sir Robert de, 15, 9 ; William de, 
founds abbey at West Langdon, 5, 
24; Wm. de, 10, 276 ; 11,. 367 ; 15, 
59 ; the heirs of Wm. de, 10, 131 ; 
12, 213 ; Sir William de, 15, 9. 

Aubigny, Lord, portrait at Cobham 
Hall, 17, 393. 

Alibi n, Gilbert de Wolt, 15, 22. 

Aubreda, or Aubretha, 13, 365. 

Aubrey, Elizabeth, married Clerke, 4, 
247. 

Aucher, Sir Anthony, 2, 59 ; 4, 48 n ; 
his grandson flees from his creditors, 
54; his lands sold (1604), 53. 

Aucher, Sir Anthony, 9, 38 n ; 10, 136 ; 
14, 325, 381, 387 ; 15, 28 ; 16, 165, 
177; 17, 194; 18,56. 

Aucher, Anthony, 18, 305 ; of Otter- 
den, 11, 401 ; Edmund, 4, 122 ; Ed- 
ward and his daughter Elizabeth, 
10, 204, 208 ; Elizabeth, daughter 
of Anthony, 4, 243; Hatton^ 14, 
381 ; Henri, arms, 15, 28 ; Henry, 
10, 139, 140 ; 11, 395 ; 14, 246 ; 
John, 11, 385, 395 ; Margaret, 
daughter of Anthonys 4, 243 ; Nich- 
olas, 10, 140 ; 14, 24G ; Rev. Robert, 
381 ; Sir Thomas Fitz, 311 ; William 
(oh. 1514), 17, 57. 

Aucher, allied to Lovelace, 10, 208. 

Auct', Henry de, W., 5, 208. 

Audeham, see Aldham. 

Audenard, Gerard, 13, 295; 15, 303 ; 

Sara, ib. 
Audinton (Aldington by Thornham), 
2, 31. 

VOL. XIX. 



Audley ( Audele, Audeley), Lord I In ii 
de, '13. 127 : Hugh de, Ear] of 
Gloucester, 14. 330-2, 334 ; Eugh 
de, 16. 33-35, 37 ; Jamea de, 10, 
126; Lord, 11. K>2, 101 : his dan-li- 
ter Elizabeth, L03 ; Margeria de, 10. 
161 ; Sir Thomas, 14. 3 12. 

Audley End, 15, L53, 171, 179, L86, 
203-4, 214; 18, 157, L59. 

Aufrere, Rev. [srael Anthony. 15, 35. 

Auger, Henry, 1, 128; see Anchor. 

Augi, Countess of, 5, 199, 200; Earl 
of, 10, 126, 131, 111, 1 42; honour 
of, 12,209; we Eu. 

Augmentations, Court of, 2, 50. 

Augmentation Office, grant of a pen- 
sion to Thomas Bede, by the, 8, 51. 

Augustine Canons, of Beaulieu, 14, 
169 ; of Tonbridge, 326-43. 

Aula, Richard de (Boughton, 1247), 
2, 295 ; Robert de, 10, 130. 

Aula de Lymings, 4, 125 ; 18, 50, 51 ; 
Hospitum, Christ Church, Canter- 
bury, 7, 10, 38, 95, 1 14 ; Nova or 
paupers' Hospitium, Christ Church, 
Canterbury, 7, 12, 13, 54. 

Aula Regis, see Curia Regis. 

Aumarle, Countess of, 11, 128; see 
Albemarle. 

Aumarlie, see Albemarle. 

Auncel, James, 13, 85; John, 289; 
Richard, 289. 

Auncell, Rev. William, 16, 86. 

Aungre, Alex. (Rector of Snargate, 
1352), 13, 426. 

Aunsel, Agnes, 15, 299 ; Alice, of 
Hartford, 9, 297 ; Gilbert, 15, 299 ; 
Johanna, 14, 278 ; Robert, 278. 

Aurelius, coin at Sarre, 5, 314. 

Aurelius, Ambrosius, 13, 106. 

Aurifabri (goldsmith), relict of Tris- 
tram, 14, 197. 

Aurum Regine, explained, 10, 230. 

Austen, 14, 119; Anne (1734), 12, 
316 ; Mrs. Ann, 18, 372 ; Dorothy, 
10, 348 ; Edward, 16, 71 ; 18, 371 ; 
Sir Edward, of Boxley Abbey, 371 ; 
Sir Edward, of Tenterden, 70 ; Eliza- 
beth, 14, 120 ; Elizabeth, daughter 
of Edward, 18, 371 ; Elizabeth, 
Lady Lacres, 371 ; Elizabeth, 
(ne'e Stawell), 371; Rev. E., 17, 
259 ; George, 16, 97 ; Harry, of 
Canterbury, 18, 303; James, 14, 
160 ; Jane, 17, 259 ; John, jun., of 
Goudhurst, 11, 403 ; John, Thanet, 
12, 389; John, of Bexley, 14, 78, 
80, 82 ; John, of Adisham, 165 ; 
Rev. John, 16, 126 ; Mrs. Jno., 17, 
41 ; Judith, 16, 97 ; Mr. (1658), 17, 
327; Phillis, 18, 33; Rachel (nee 
C 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Dashwood), 872 : Wed., 14. 120, 
L65; Etobert, 120; 16. '.'7 ; 18- 370, 
37J - B rt, 17- :; ' : ': 18. 370- 
2 Stephen, of balding, 11. 402; 
Mrs. Stawell, 18- 372; Etev. T., 6- 
65; Thos., of Selliug, 11. 399; 
Thomas, of Tenterden, k)3; of Favers- 
ham, 12- 426; Thos., 14. L65; 18. 
mtiue, 14. L60; 16. 
198; Walter, 18. 3] ; Win.. 14. 64 ; 
18 

Austen, of Hay Farm, 14. 119. 

Austen's B \ Thomas) Kentish Col- 
lections, 15- 1 1 t-5. 

Austin (of Eltham, L648-51), 15. 177. 
L93 : • teorge, of Canterbury, 7- I LO, 
L12, L24, L46; 14. 289 ; Harry G., 
289; 18. 256; 7- 1 LO, 1 12, L24, 
L46; of Westminster, whom Sir R. 
Twvsden resided with. 4, 180; Ro- 
b, of Fordwich | L726), 88; Sir 
B ■ rl | L663-4), 115. 

Austin, of Warehorne (1728-58), 4, 
10;}. 

Austine, Wm., 18. 401. 

Auston alias Blome, Agnes, 18, 36. 

Austria, Don John, Duke of, 12, 151 ; 
Maximilian, Duke of, 6, 47. 

Austridge, Etobert, 18. 32. 

Austry, Laurence, of Staplehurst, 9, 
202. 

Austyn, of Dartford, Elias, Reginald, 
and Soger, 9, 287. 

Autographs i Lithographed), of William 
of Wykeham, 1, 66; of Wm. Lam- 
bard, author of The Vet •ambulation 
of Kent, 5, 256 j of General Fairfax, 
330 ; of James Broker or Brooker 
of Barham, 6. 291. 

Autun, coin of, 3, 40; 15, 140. 

Avau, of Warehorne (1790-1814), 4, 
103. 

', of Warehorne (1739-47), 4, 
103. 

Aveline, Hugh, 15. 21. 

6, of Rochester, 10, 
70; 15, 111, 115; ou Restoration 
House, l i7-:.'fi. 

Avelj n, 15, 21. 

Aven, John (Sheldwich, 1561), 18, 
298. 

Ay> rxario, Hamo de, 10, 270. 

Av< i ii I. Bretell, 15. 262. 

•ium. the Bervice so called 1 1 ]'.»7 l, 
1,244; 2. 294 ; defined, 2,317. 

Averell, Tin. mas. of Liidley, 10. 295. 
chi I, 1 7 n ; 12. 21 1 | CO 
of, 2, 88-89; list of Knights of the 
barony of, 3. 260. 

i • 8 de, wife of John de 
- Iwyool L268),2, L34M», L36; Ce- 



cilia widow of Simon, 10, cvi ; Elena 
or Elinor de, wife of Bertram de Criol 
(1263), 2 134 bis, 136 bis; Sir 
Henry, Folkestone ( 1263), 3, 255; 
Isabella de, wife of Henry de Gaunt 
i L263), 2. 134, 136; Isolda de, wife 
of Nicholas de Lenham (1263), 2, 
134, 136 ; Matilda de (1263), 2, 134 
bis, 136; Matilda, wife of Hamo de 
( irevecoeur, 3, 255 ; her coheirs, 257, 
27-: .Matilda de, 10, evii, cix ; 
ltualinus de, cv; Simon de (1201), 
2, 265 ; 10, cv ; Turgisius, 272 ; 
William, son of Simon, lv, cvi ; 
Wm. de, 12, 206 ; see Abrincis. 

Avery (Newenden, 1769), 4, 107. 

Avery, James, 16, 82. 

Avignon, 1, 65, 67. 

Avis Newenden, 1619, 1025), 4, 107. 

Avis, Mr. (1658), 17, 321-2, 336. 

Avisford, Roman coffin, 16, 6. 

Aware, John, 18, 29 ; Mary, 29. 

Awder, George (1512), 18, 105. 

Awdley, Thomas (allied to Harlaeken- 
den), 14, 361; Thomas, 16, 291, 
294, 300, 303, 305. 

Awger, see Aucher. 

Awnsell, Giles (1572-3), 17, 130. 

Awodd, John, 5, 68. 

Awsten, Anne, 18. 24; Gervase, 24. 

Ave ? Axon], William (Great Chart, 
1639), 3, 191. 

Axe, in Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Sarr, 
6, 160; 8, 319. 

Axes, see Battle-axe. 

Axehead, iron, found at Richborough, 

8, 11, 12. 

Axstede, Rowland de, extent of the 

lands of (a.d. 1270), 5,301, 304. 
Axtane, see Axton. 
Axtell, Henry (Sandwich), 16, 195. 
Axton (Acstane, Axtane) Hundred, 

9. 266 ; 10, 142, 154, 162 ; 12, 233 ; 

14, 308 ; see Ruxley. 

" Ayenlnte of Tnvoyt" its verbal pecu- 
liarities, 6, 144; in Kentish dialect, 
9, 60 ». 

Aycr, Mr. (1569), 17, 127. 

Avers. John, 12, 390; Parker measured 
Priory Church, Dover, 4, 3, 11, 
12. 

Ayersl | Newenden registers), 4, 107. 

Ayherst, John, of Faversham, 12, 
423, 426. 

Aylard, Alice, of Dartford, 9, 288. 

Aylesford (Ailesforde, Eylesford, 
Eyllesford), 10, 146. L50; 13, 94; 

15, 8, 70, 92, 95; 17, 47; 18, 18, 
82; a Becond Vagniacse, 1, 174; 
British and Roman antiijiiities found 
there, 174; Roman road at, 175; 



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Lathe of, 188 ; 4, 144 ; 7, 233, 237; 
8, 76, 87 ; 10, Ml, 159-62 ; 12, 223, 
233; 16, 53; fines of land in, 3, 
223; 5, 271, 282; H, 341 ; 13,293; 
14, 242 ; 15, 298 ; 18, 352 ; Preston 
11a 11 in, 3, 180; committee for se- 
questrations at (1644), 4, 143; the 
friars in, ib. ; extracts from parish 
register, 265 ; inscription in the 
church, Hi. ; visit to, xlvii ; manor of, 
6, 238 ; 10, 146 ; 14, 242 ; town of, 
12, 224, 302; Priory, 14, 223; 
palimpset brass in the church, 15, 
380; church plate, 16, 359,383,411, 
419 ; 17, 254 ; the Sedleys of, 3, 177. 

Ajlesford, Earl of, 1, 155, 163 ; Hene- 
age Finch, 5, 31. 

Aylesford, Edward de, and Wennida 
his daughter, 3, 223. 

Aylesmershe, Johanna de, 14, 252. 

Ayllewyn, Andrew (1442), 13, 445. 

Aylmer, Laurence, 15, 387-8 ; Thomas 
(of Maidstone), 308. 

Ayloff, Etheldred, 13, 371 ; William, 
ib. 

Aylonde, George (1498), 16, 308. 

Aylward, Edward, 18, 26 ; Elizabeth, 
ib. 

Aylwin, Rev. John, 17, 284. 

Aynscombe, S., epitaph on his bride 
elect, 9, lxxxi. 

Ayo, a Longobard chief, 8, 28. 

Azov, a trace of Asgard, 8, 21. 



B 



Ba or Baa, see Bay. 

Baacquelle, de, see de Banquell. 

Babacom', William, of Faversham, 12, 
427. 

BabbsHill, 12,41,43. 

Babbynge, Henry de, 14, 272. 

Bahrain, Gilbert, 14, 142. 

Babsoak, in Westbere, 15, 318-9. 

Bacchild, see Bapchild. 

Bacchynden, Thos. (1417), 10, 185. 

Bachelor (Bacheler, Bacheller, Bache- 
lour, Bachuler), Christopher, 13, 
336; Capt. I., 18, 442; Isabella, 
14, 263 ; Jane, daughter of Edward 
and Susannah, 13, 475 ; John, 14, 
263; Margaret, 18, 442 ; Thomas, 
of Egerton, 8, 146 ; William (1469), 
10, lxii, lxvi. 

Backechilde, see Bapchild. 

Backer, Goodman (1650), 15, 191. 

Backhouse, Dr. William, Rector of 
Orpington, 13, 384; (1771-1776), 
14, 133 ; J. B., Rector of Cheriton 
(1789), 18, 367. 



Backwell, John and Thomas de, 10, 
154. 

Bacon, Alice, 16, 84; Lord, 13. 391 ; 
Sir Nicholas, 13. 391 ; 15. 242 ; 
Richard, 12, 311 ; Robert, late in- 
cumbent at Dart ford, 2, 58, 62 ; 
Robert, 18, 385 ; Thomas, a plura- 
list, 7, 331 ; Rev. Thos. 11, 401. 

Bacon, allied to Gibbon, 16, 8 I. 

Badcock, name in window of Ilauk- 
hursl Church, 9, 260; Badcock's 
Cross, Hawkhurst, 5, 81 ». 

Badcock (Badcok, Badcokk, Bade- 
cok), Edward, Hawkhurst, 5, 73; 
John, 18, 93 ; William, 11, 383. 

Badcock, Thomas (1373), 2, 36. 

Baddechese, Asketine (Lewisham), 4, 
273. 

Badekele (Badkeleghe), Hundred, 10, 
140 ; 11, 221 ; T., 3, 78. 

Baden, Chr., margrave of, 12, 148. 

Badges of : — Catherine of Aragon, 13, 
152; 16, 99, 103, 330; Baliol 
College, 10, 268; Hugh de Barun, 
4, 208 ; Beaufort, 1, 90 ; Boleyn, 9, 
xliv ; Bourchier, xlii ; Crevecceur, 
2, 41 ; Edward IV., 17, 55, 58 ; 
Lord Latimer, 11, 78 ; Manlia, 
9, 6 ; Sackville, xliii, xlviii ; Staf- 
fords, Earls of Buckingham, 6, 134. 

Badgersmount, Darenth, 18, 306. 

Badlesmere (Badelesmere, Badlesmare, 
Badlesmer), 11, 310, 330, 331 ; 12, 
217, 218, 227; 14, 202, 242; 18, 
302, 303 ; manor, 10, 138 ; church 
plate, 17, 257. 

Badlesmere, arms, 3, 143 ; 10, 330 ; 
Bartholomew de, 2, 141; 4, 211; 
7, Mi; 9, 159, 163; 10, 109, 111, 
138, 151, 320 ; (1309), 11, 322, 341, 
354; (1352), 62, 397 ; 12, 207, 208, 
216, 218, 277, 303 ; 13, 392, 409-10, 
514; Elizabeth, 13, 410; Gils de 
Ridley (1198), 1, 271 ; Giles de, 10, 
111; 13, 370, 410; Giles, a juror, 
Newington, 2, 315 ; Goscelin de, 
15, 6 ; Guncelin de, 5, 297 ; 6, 193, 
244; 10, 109, 111; 12, 370; 16, 
32 ; Joan de, 2, 12 ; 8, 293 ; 9, 158- 

9, 163 ; Margaret, 11, 322, 341 ; 

13, 410-12 ; widow of Bartholomew, 

10, 161; Maud, 13, 370, 410; Peter 
de, 4, 211; Rauf de, 15, 6; Sir 
William de, W., 4, 218; Win. de, 

14, 192 ; patrons of Old Romney 
Church, 13, 40. 

Badmyngton, John, 13, 248. 

Badsell (Badshulle), 13, 128, 120, 

132-4; John, 133; Marion, 133; 

manor (1474), 2, 231. 
Bceldceg, son of Woden, 8, 25. 
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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Bafordeatau Babforde Bittdngbourne, 
13,336,842. 

i M." L658), 17- 322. 
David, Buckinge, 8. 312. 
i :,u. of Cliilham, 11. : ; -^ i 

15 

ton, Warwickshire, 1. 82. 

B Lady Hales), 14 64; 

Bev. Heury,senr.andjunr.,18,4 MS ; 
146. 
sir William's S.S. collar (14 7), 

I. 82; William, 5- L87. 

Dean, his alterations at Deanery, 
Canterbury, 7- L12. 
B Lydd,1482),13,450. 

18- 243. 
:. • Mr., VI in bester, 6, 1, 4. 

in, 17- 11- 
Bailif, Bev. John, 11. H>2. 

D Ice (1249), 2, 296. 

15:. ill v. John, Vicar of Elham, 10, 56; 

widow of John, 1 13; William, T., 

3- 89. 

1!\i.ii.v. Mr. C, on llorton Priory, 

10- 81-89. 
Bainarde alias Bamarde, Edward 

. 18 395. 
Baiuton, John ( 1 705), brief for, 14, 212. 
■'. Henricus, W., 5, 202. 
n, 18,287. 
Bak, Beynold (1522), 12, 425. 

child, see Bapchild. 

Baker! Bakare, Bakere), Alexander, T., 

3. 84; Alice, 12. 300, 308; Andrew 

le, 14. 2.').") : Anne»12,92 ; Clemenl 

i i i. 17. 20; David, of Tenter- 

3. 80; 9. L92. 

Baker (Bakere), Emma le, 14. 264 ; 

I i mcis i Bomney, 17).".). 13- 178. 
B r, Geoffrey Le, 11,371 ; 15, 273; 
of Canterbury, 16, 308, 309, 317, 
320; widow of Geoffrey, 17- 77: 
George, 18- l 17: Gilbert le, 11, 337; 
Gregory, 16. 344, 346. 
Baker, Sir Henry, Hawkhurst, 5. 86; 
Henry (Cheriton, L570-84),18,365; 
Hercules, 104 ; Herbert, 1 17 ; Hugh, 
2. 127 ;. I a in.-, a carter, 2. l -<> : Joan, 

II, :',7l : Johanna, 14. 265 : John, 
T 4. 71 ; (1 164), 10, Ixii.lxiii; 14, 
264, 301, 320; of Monks Horton, 9. 
270 : de Stansted, 10. 323 ; of Mid- 
dleton, 12. 326 I Chaplain, 13,425 ; 
■ I 185), 16,292; L557-8), 17. L13, 
II.-,: (1568), L18; I 1569), L25; Sir 
Jol 2. 186 ; Sir John, 5. 
85 . 14. 19 L65; Sir John's daui ater 

' \h\ : w ho luiilt Sissing- 

bursl < !astle, xci ; family tombs, \'-ii, 

I 11. 387 ; Loretta, 14, 

266 M ■ > ' 11 350 ; of Ripple 



Court, 16, 72; Mary, 16. 72; 
Matthew, 232-3; Michael le, 14, 
245; Mr.. 17, 227: (1540), 108, 111; 
Nicholas le, 11, 350; Olyver, 6, 
286; Richard, a Better-mason, 2, 123 ; 
a labourer, 120; of Lenham, T., 3, 
7 I : of Hawkhurst. 5. 86; Richard, 
(oft. 1725), 13, 476; Rev. Richard 
(oft. 1637), ift. ; yeoman, 15, 387; 
(1524), 17, 82; (1525), 84; (1526), 
87 ; Sir Richard, 8, 301 ; 9, xcii ; 
the Chronicler, xciii; Robert le, 14, 
26 1 : Boger, T.. 3, 82 ; Roger le, 14, 
265 ; Sir Samuel, 9, xci ; Sarah 
(allied to Barrett), 14, 124; Silves- 
ter, Vicar of Wye, 13.545; Stephen, 
W., 15, 390 ; Tuomas, T., 3, 88 ; of 
Sissinghurst, 9. xci ; Thomas, 12, 92, 
300 ; 15. 273 ; 18, 340 ; Walter, 15, 
146; William, of Smarden, 9, 229; 
of Ightham, 274; William, H, 350; 
Bev., W., 15, 250. 

Baker family, at Caldham in Capel, 
10, lxiii ; chancel in Folkestone 
Church, lxiii, Ixiv. 

Bakere alias le Pesteur, 11, 310. 

Baker's Walks, Bochester, 18, 199. 

Bakersden, field in Dartford, 9, 302. 

Bui, Richard, mason, 2. 123. 

Balam, Ann. daughter of Anthony, 

13, 473 ; Edmund. 18, 332. 
Balauncer, Thos., of Dartford, 9, 294. 
Balcanquell, 6, 63, 160 ; see Banquell. 
Balden, farm in Cranbrook, 5, 235. 
Balderson, Mrs. Ann, 15, 121. 
Baldewyn, Roger, T., 3, 88. 

Baldey, Thomas, Hawkhurst, 5, 78; 
Peter and John, 18, 401 ; Robert, 

15, 335. 

Baldock, the heirs of, 18, 400. 

Baldocke, George, 12. 388, 390. 

Baldok, Lccia, 14. L92, 200; Richard, 
18, 38; Simon, 186, L88, L90, 192, 
195, 197, 200; the heirs of Simon, 

14. 195, L97j William (1522), 12, 
1.24. 

Baldrey, Bridgel I Lady Style), 3, mi ; 

sir Thomas, /',. 
Baldwin, Archbishop of Canterbury, 

4. 216; 6, 20C ; 12, 271-3, 395-6 : 

13, 507-8; 15. 379; 16, 151. 
Baldwin, of Boulogne, W'.. 4, 209; of 

Slurry, W., 4, 205 ; of Stede Hill.W., 

16, 7< 1 ; Mrs. Alice, 16, 105 ; Barthol- 
■ • . clerk, 2- 27. 

Baldwyn, allied fco HodsoU, 14, 237. 
Baldwyn's Park, Dartford, 18, 308. 
Balebroc, 4. 273. 
Balestarius {circa 1219), 2, 315. 
Balgameshulle, Thomas de, 13, 293 ; 

William de, 10. 131. 



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Biliol, Alex., 11, 368; 13, 513, 524; 
de, 10, 116, K55, 162, 260; .John, 
13, 512-3 ; de, 10, 260; Hugh and 
William de, 260, 265. 

Baliol, family, 10, 7, 8, 56, 2G0 ; Col- 
lege, 260, 268. 

Balistar, Humphrey, Eccles, 6,225. 

13:ilk, Win., 11, 356. 

Ball, John, 17, 77 ; Robert (Tliorn- 
ham), 7, 235. 

Ballards, 10, 145; in Hurst, 137. 

Ballard, Thomas (Greenwich), 7, 234; 
Robert, arms of, H, 395. 

Balle, John, of Canterbury (1514), 17, 
77 ; Wm. (1485-6), 16, 290, 293, 
296, 303, 306, 307. 

Bailer, Edmund, 12, 144. 

Ballial, John le, 5, 182. 

Balliol (Bailluel), Geoffrey de, 6, 221 ; 
Seal, ib. 

Balliums, of Edw. I.'s reign, 2, 68. 

Bally, Peter, 4, 250. 

Balser, John, 18, 33. 

Baltringhamme, Augustine de, 13, 
295; John de, 15, 304. 

Bam, Katherine, 18, 22 ; Thos., 22. 

Bamberg, John. 18, 384 », 388. 

Bamme, arms of, 4, 258; Adam, Dart- 
ford, 9, 303 ; Adam, cf Gillingham, 
17, 390 ; Edmond, H, 395; Eichard, 
of Gillingham, 4- 258; William, 
arms, 11, 397; heirs of, 18,400. 

B impfield, Frances, 11, 208 ; Sir Wm., 
208. 

Banastre, Robert, 11, 380. 

Banberyfeldes, in Broomfield, 18, 251. 

Banbury, Roger, 18, 24 ; Wm., 24. 

Bancanquall, see Banquell. 

Banchors (Ireland and Wales), 15, 42. 

Bancks, Alexander, 18, 19 bis ; Hellen, 
19 ; John, 19, 

Bancroft, Archbishop, 9, 176 ; 17, 
282-3. 

Bancroft, arms, 13, 384; 17, 282. 

Bancroft, Christopher, 17, 283; Ed- 
mund, 13, 384; John, Rector of 
Orpington, Bishop of Oxford, 13, 
384; i4, 289, 35(5 ; 17, 282-3 ; Peter, 
18, 39 ; Robert, 39. 

Banister, Laurence, of Papenham, 11, 
257, 273 ; Margaret, 254, 257, 262, 
273 ; Sir Robert, 254, 273. 

Bank, Rev. Thomas, 13, 411. 

Banker (baunker, banquer).a covering 
for bench, or seat, 1,4; 7, 285. 

Bankerdis manor, 16, 235. 

Bankers, an estate at Lee, 5, 26. 

Bankes, 15, 395-9. 

Bank-house Farm, 18, 365. 

Banks, Mr., of Rochester, 18, 194, 201. 

Banks, family, 15,367; John ('Ivy- 



church, 1617), 13, 459; .Margaret, 
daughter of Joseph, 16, L18. 

Bankwell, see Banquell. 

Banning, Mr. (1598), 18, 400. 

Bannockburn, battle of, 6, 46. 

Banquell ( Baacquell, Balcanquell, Ban- 
canquell, Bankwell), 13, 147, 1 IN; 
Cecilia, lis ; John, 148 : John, Baron 
of the Exchequer, 5, 26; Thomas 
de, 14, 259; Dr. Walter, Dean of 
Rochester, 6, <«, 166; 11, 211. 

Bansted Downs (1651), 15, 197. 

Banys, Thomas, Prior of Folkestone, 
10, lxx-lxxv. 

Banwell, Rood-loft at, 14, 370. 

Bapchild (Bacchild, Backechilde, Bak- 
child, Bakechild), 11, 314, 357; 
12, 295, 305 ; 13, 303, 325, 341 ; 
14, 243, 255 ; 15, 208, 285, 290 ; 
18, 338 ; Radfelde iu, 2, 62; proverb, 

9, 81, 131; church plate, 17, 257; 
William Sale, Vicar of, 18, 299. 

Bapchild, Agnes de, 15, 279, 280; 

John de, 278, 280 ; Maurice de, 279, 

280 ; Thomas de, 279. 
Baptismal churches, not numerous at 

earliest period, lO, lii. 
Baptista, John, 18, 20. 
Baraclogh, Robert, 11,411. 
Barching, in Lincolnshire, 13, 115. 
Baracre (Bargar, Beracre), 10, 118; 

14, 170, 173 ; 15, 14 ; manor, 10, 

118 ; Dionisia de, 10, 118 ; 14, 170; 

Hamo de, 10, 136 ; 13, 301 ; Richard 

de, 10, 118; 14, 170. 
Barbarot, Nicholas (1376), 10, lvii. 
Barber, Hugh le, 14, 2<!7 ; Jamys 

(1504-1508), 16, 317; John, 14, 

193-5, 203 ; of Chilham, 8, 132. L34; 

Master, of Maison Dieu, Dover, 10, 

cxxxvii; William le, 14, 191, 203; 

see Barbour. 
Barbet (Barbette, Barhytt), John, 17, 

82, 87, 90, 91, 113 ; Richard (1522), 

12, 424; Stephen (1540-44), 17, 
105; (1546), 109. 

Barbitonsor, Leeds Priory, 2, 64. 
Barbling, see Banning. 
Barbodynden, 10, 141 ; manor of, 141 ; 
John de (1260-1), 3, 251 ; Wm. de, 

10, 141 ; John, his son, ib. 
Barbour (Barbur), Albina, 15, 303 ; 

Edmund, Vicar of Orpington, 13- 
384; Henry le, 15, 303; John, of 
Newenton, T., 3, 74; 4, 75; Rev. 
John, 11, 402 ; Johnle, 14, 193-195, 
257; Roger le, 14, 257; Thomas, 

13, 389; 14, 223; (1404), 16, 289 ; 
William, 14, 223; William (1522), 
7, 236 ; 12, 426. 

Barde, Constance, 15,282; Peter, 282. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Barden, Bardenne, 10. 152 ; 16, 51; 

man 1 

Barden, John de, 10, 152 ; Boger de, 

1 52 ; 8 do "i de, 152. 
Bardingeleg B Boohester, c. 

1230), 2 228. 
Bardulf, 11. (a judge, 1195), 1, 229; 

heirsof B ri 1246), 2, 317, 318; 

William, 12. 2::7. 
Bare, Sir John, temp. Bic. I., 2. 110; 

Juliana, wife of Richmond, 110. 
ton, Nicholas de, 18, 346; Philip, 

John, of Bur)', his silver collars 
B - livery, 1,83; his S.S. 
collar, temp. Edw. IV., 83, 84. 

heirs of John, 10, 137, 138; 
K. v. I! »ger, 16, 112 ; Valentine, 18, 
290. 
Barett, Thomas (1522), 12. 427. 
Barfield, West, 16, 53. 
Barfreston i Berefresten, Brerefreyston, 
Brerefreystone), 10. 120; 12, 210; 
church, 14. 257, 269; 16, 142-151; 
church plate, 17, 259. 

• ! I ill i Bodmersham), see Bal- 
meshulle. 

ir, 14. 173; Mrs. Angell, 174. 
-. Sir Didier, parson of St. An- 
drew's. Canterbury, 17, 150. 
Barker alias Macklin, Angela, 18,37; 
William. 37. 

ftAVE, arms and pedigree of, 4, 

252; allied to Dering, 10, 328, 345; 

Elizabeth, 10. 32S..345 : Isaac. 1 >. - 1 1 1 

of Canterbury, 10, 328; 13- -1 W ; 

14. 173-4 : 15,365; John, 14, 173-4; 

I: .. Dr. John, 10. 97 ; 14, 174; 

rt, 17 i : see Bargar. 

Barham (Bereham, Berham), 10, 116 ; 

12. 203 : 14, 12.:, 245, 270, 274 ; 15, 

183. 

Barham, 6, 280; 10, 334, 337, 345; 

116; brief for, 14, 183; 

heath, 16, 12; church plate, 17, 259. 

a. I! irtj Imewe, of St. Martin's, 

Canterbury, 8. 1 19 ; Edmund, Beo- 

tor • 1346), 3. 101 ; Gilberl 

de, 12,203 : Benryde,10, 116; 11, 

12 203 : James, 18. 24 ; Bev. 

.1 . 16. 12; John, 11, 396; Master 

iael de (1317), 13. 318; 18, 

Mrs., 16. 205; Bichard, bod 

of Henry de, 9. sci : Boberl de, 4, 

Tljpmas, 16. 24; William, of 

I r 14 79. 

ii Down, 12. 12. i:t ; 14, 181 ; 
. 3 13 : < Iharles 1 1. 
on, 5- 12 ;,. 13. 12, L6. 

liirk.jr. Ales, al Minster Priory, 7- 805, 
Barkell, Anthony, 18, 820. 



Barker, Edward, 2, 78, 79, 83 ; Eliza- 
beth, 18, 23 ; John, 23, 219 ; Mr., 
219 ; Mother (Uainham), 15,335-6 ; 
Richard, 11, 393 ; 18, 26; Richard 
(Roinney, 1443), 13, 478; (New- 
church, 1-165), 4(3,") ; Robert, 18, 26 ; 
widow, 16, 194 ; William, pensioner 
of Leeds Priory. 2, 58; of Mottenden 
Monastery, 59; Hector of Pluckley, 
10, 57 ; Wm. (Crayford, 1577), 18, 
332 ; the heirs of William, 401. 

Barkesore, Ralph de (Milton, 1249), 
2, 298. 

Barkham, Dorcas, 17, 387 ; Sir Robert, 
387. 

Barkley Hundred, 14, 42. 

Barknall, Sir William, Parson of New- 
enden (1525), 4, 112. 

Barksted, Col., 9, 44. 

Barlebin, William, 4, 249. 

Barley, Arthur, 11, 388. 

Barling, Mr., of Maidstone, 2, 147. 

Barlow, Dr., 15, 246; Rev. G. J., 
Rector of Ruckinge (1853), 8, 314; 
William, Bp. of Rochester, 6, 56. 

Barming (Babbling, Barmeling,Barme- 
lyng, Barmling, Barmlyngge, 
Barrnyng, Bannyling, Berblinjre, 
Berbelinge; Grantbramlinge), 11, 
310 ; 12, 230 ; 15, 8, 14, 08, 74, 76 ; 
manor, 10, 151 ; 11, 321 ; East, 10, 
151 ; West, 151 ; vineyard at, ex ; 
Roman villa at, 1, 173 ; 10, 169 ; 
13, 170; advowson, West, 11, 321; 
Great, 12, 230 ; Little, 230 ; Roman 
buildings at, 13, 169; old register, 
15, 367-8 ; church plate, 17, 260. 

Barming, Elias de, 11, 335 ; John de, 
335; "John, 13, 320; John, W., 
560 ; Margaret, 320 ; Robert de, 
extent of the lands of (1269), 5, 299, 
304 ; Robert de, 10. 151 ; 11, 321 ; 

12, 230 ; Roger do, 11, 335 ; Stephen 
dr. 12, 230; Symon de, 226; arms 
of Walter de, i5, 8; of William de, 
8; William, 10, 161; William de 
(Newington, c. 1219), 2. 315. 

Barnard, Edward (Bexley, 1808), 18, 

3S1 ; William, 13, 157. 
Barnardiston, Sir Thomas, 13, 401. 
Barnards, 10, 125. 
Barne, John, of Paversham (1504- 

1508), 16. 316: Sir W., and his 

sister Anne, 10, 208, 209; Rev. Miles, 

209; John (1165), 255. 
Barnefeld, William do, see Petham. 
Barneham, Martin, 18, 59»; AVm. 

de (Lymne, 1292), 143. 
Barnes, in Brenchley, 10, 150; manor, 

13, 127-130. 

Barnes, Geo. (Lord Mayor, 1552), 12, 



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135 ; Henry, 18, 23 ; John, Church- 
warden of Challock, 8, 127; Miss, 
15, 121; Roger (1501-1508), 16, 
31G ; Win, 14, 319, 321, 323. 

Barnesdale, John (1520), 10, li. 

Barnet, battle of, 11, 361. 

Barnet, 15, 200; John (1377), 232, 
268 ; Mistress (1501), 16, 319. 

Barnett, Rev. Thos., Wrotham, 14, 238. 

Barneville(Barneuile,Barneuille),John 
de, 13, 291 ; 14, 261 ; Matilda, 13, 
291 ; William, T., 3, 92. 

Barnewell, Christopher, H, 221 ; 
Francis, 221, 223 ; George, 18, 214; 
Nicholas, 1st Viscount, 11, 217, 221, 
223, 231. 

Baraewood Forest, 1, 149. 

Barney, Mrs. Anne, of St. Margaret at 
Cliffe, 15, 360. 

Barnfield (Bernefelde, Bernefeude), 
Hundred, 10, 139; 14, 42, 198; 
Half Hundred, 12, 223, 325. 

Barnfield, John de, 12, 206; Thomas 
and William de, Charing, 3, 240 ; 
William de, 14, 187-9, 191 ; William 
de (1305), 10, 225, 232. 

Barnham, arms of, 4, 254. 

Barnham, Anne, 18, 62 ; Sir Francis, 
M.P. (1642), 2, 181, 195 ; 4, 185 ; 
Sir Martin, 18, 62 ; Philadelphia, 
17, 173; Robert, 4, 185; (1663), 
17, 173 ; Sir Robert, 297-8 ; Vava- 
sour, 16, 86. 

Barn jet, 17, 261. 

Barny, John (1356), 2, 21. 

Baron, Harr3 r , W., 6, 285 ; James 
(Fordwich, 1673), 18, 88 ; Thos., of 
Ickham, 11,400 ; Rev. Tlios. (1535), 
14, 129; William (1429), 16, 289. 

Baroun, Agatha, 18, 348 ; Thomas, of 
Reylegh, 348. 

Barowe, William A., 18, 106, 112. 

Barr, Ann, 14, 240 ; Gilbert, W., 6, 
199 ; John, 18, 28 ; Katherine, of 
Cranbrook, 11, 401; Robert (1716), 
14, 240; Thos., 18, 28. 

Barre, in Normand)-, 4, 118. 

Barre, Alice, 4, 121 ; Edward, 121 bis; 
Juliana, 121 bis; Thomas, 121; Sir 
William, 121 ; William, ib. ; see 
Barry. 

Barrell, Serjeant, 17, 212. 

Barret, Meriel, 18, 370 ; Mr., 144. 

Barret, Thomas, of Folkestone, 2, 63. 

Barret, Valentine, seal, 3, 144 ; of 
Perry Court, 17, 46. 

Barrett, arms, 14, 123 ; Anne, 123-4 ; 
Elizb. {oh. 1798), 14, 124; George 
(ob. 1709), 124 ; Mr., 18, 402 ; Paul 
(nat. 1656), 14, 124 ; Sir Paul (1633- 
86), 122-3-4; Robert, Rector of 



Kcston, 9, 275 ; Sarah, 14, 123-4 ; 

Thomas (1552), 14, 316, 320 ; (nat. 

et ob. 1723), 121; (ob. 17.".7), 123-4; 

(ob. 1803), 124 ; Prior of Folkestone, 

2, 55 ; 10, lxii. 
Barrett, Mr., of Lee, Ickham, 5, HO n. 
Barrette, Thomas (1523), 2, 162. 
Barrey, John, 11, 396. 
Barrey, Richard (Dover Haven), 10, 

cxiv ; Lieutenant of Dover Castle, 

cxvii. 
Barri, Sir John, at Canterbury, 2, 25. 
Barrington, Francis, 18, 29 ; Henry, 

29. 
Barrot, John, 15, 363. 
Barrow, arms of, 4, 268. 
Barrow, Colonel P. H. Stanley, 18, 

425 ; Margaret, 16, 84 ; Richard, ib. ; 

Robert, Boughton Aluph, 8, 109; 

William, 16, 84 ; 14, 378-9. 
Barrow alias Moore, Elizabeth, 18, 

37. 
Barrow, allied to Best, 4, 268; to 

Oxenden, 6, 278, 286 ; to Tonge, 256. 
Barrows described, 9, 17, 18. 
Barry Court, 4, 120. 
Barry, Sir Edward, 4, 119, 120; Sir 

Humphrey, of Sevington, 15, 15; 

Isabella, 10, 132, 134; 15, 25 ; Isa- 
bella, Joan, and Margaret, brass of, 

at Sevington, 4, 118 ; Johanna, 14, 

250 ; John, 10, 132, 134; 12, 220 ; 

15, 15 ; John, 1, 128 ; Sir John, 
brass at Sevington, 4, 118; Kathe- 
rine, 15, 15; Ralph, 14, 250; 
Robert, of Sevington, arms, 3^ 143 ; 
Robert, iu Ireland, 4, 120 ; Umfri- 
dus, brass at Sevington, 4, 120 ; Sir 
William, brass at Sevington, 4, 119 ; 
William, 10, 140 ; (Upchurch), 18, 
400. 

Bartelot, ward of, at Romney, 13, 205. 
Bartelot, Agnes, 13, 315-6; Thomas, 

315. 
Bartelot, of Dartford, Alexander, 9, 

298; John, 290, 294; Wm, 294. 
Bartelottes Fields (Bromley), 13, 156. 
Bartelmeu, Cecilia, 12, 307 ; Isabella, 

11, 317 ; Richard, 317 ; Simon, 329 ; 

12, 307. 

Barthewe, Mr., 16, 183, 184. 

Bartholomew, Mr., Sandwich, 16, 185- 
6-8, 194; Niger, 5, 210; Wm., 
churchwarden of Strood, 16, 335. 

Bartilmew, John (1522), 12, 422. 

Bartlett, John, 18, 395 n; Mary, 

16, 53 ; Rev. Thomas, 16, 126. 
Bartlett Ness (Rainham), 15, 108. 
Bartilt, Hawkburst, 9, 242, 260 n. 
Barton, Elizabeth, the " Nun of Kent " 

(1528), 1,40; 9, 120. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Barton, Elisabeth D ng, 10- : <27. 

i, Henry, of Folkestone 6b. 172". ! . 

13 Henry, 14, 382,388; 

ana, 14. 274 ; B iv. John 382, 

age, 8- 312 : Kit. r\ ii 

16, 315 ; K ibert, 14- 274; 

i: <;.. 9. cxvii ; Rev. Tim-.. 

16,290; William, 13, 324. 

, or Burton, Rev. Joshua 
I. nine, L680-1705), 18- 446. 
Barton, allied to Dering, 10- 327. 

Godfrey, 6. 260, 261. 
10. 319; Court, 4, 54 
Bartons, the, of Hadlow, 5- 330. 
Barun, Hughde, 4. 208. 
Barynton, John de, 18. 345; Matilda, 
3 15 : Peter, 3 15. 

Phomas (Newchurch, 
1515 . 13- fc65 : Chevening (1522-3), 
16. L23. 

urly form of, 17, 37. 

i ;. I ie >rge, 5- 7'.i ; 
John, 18. 1 -^ : I rsu a, 18; William, 
L8; William. \V., 5- 79;*ee B itcocke. 
ten, William (1539,), 5,56. 
I;:- irk, Jervas, 18. L87. 

aathain, L263),3,253. 
Basilica, 18, 46, is, 54; Soman, at 

- 9. 208. 
Basilicas, on early Christian, 10, ci : at 
Ravenna, at Nola,ci ; at Lyminge,cii. 
ice ... i L64 l,. 3- L85. 
Basic lit-;, ng, Basj ages), !><•. Adam, 

14. 200; Edmund, 248; Hawysia, 

15. 2:1 1 ; John, 14. 188, 200 ; Sir 
John, 14. 200; Margaret, 13. L93, 

In; 14, 200, 247 ; Ralph, 247; 
l: Ejiuald, 2!s ; Solomon, 14. 200 ; 
'I'll. mi.-. 10. 1 22. Ml- L62; 14. L86, 
I 191-2, 200, 248; William, 10, 
111; 11. :;<;: ; 14. 200, 247-8; 
arms ... Sir William, 15, L9; Wil- 
liam. Master of Strood Hospital 
3), 2. 111. 

i Lenri, .1.- 1! sauval, 15. -5? ; 
■ 1.- Beauval, 35, 37 ; Sus- 
anna. 35. 

. a Mass priest, a.d. 699, 12. 250. 
nden, near Woodchurch, 5. 33. 
■ B ... I. »rd, 1G. 36, 11 ; Phi- 
lip, 5. 1^- ; Ralph, W.,5. 177. L88; 
10 276, 

lers alias .Mills, 18, 39. 
ii. John, and Margarel hi- » if.', 
13 

• 9 --".' 

I' tol), 15- 91-2, 

.ii .Manor. 13. 258. 

U IHg. 

e, Richard, 10. ^7 i 



Batall, John, of Stanfield, 7, 244 n. 
or, Joane, 18. 40; Henry, >''>■ 
ike, Andrew. Hawkhurst, 5, 61, 
65 : Edward, 18, 1» ; 8, 300; Kathe- 
rine, alias Basden, 18- 18. 
Bate, Henry (Lydd, 1478), 13. 450; 
Rev. Richard (Warehorne, 1737). 4, 
Ki2; Bobert,of Lydd, 18- 113 j Tho- 
rn,-. 13. HI : William, 11,312. 
Bat ■. allied to Master, 4, 259. 
Batecok (Batkoc), Adam, 15, 300; 
Alex., of Dartford, 9, 295; Alicia, 
10. 231 ; 14. 192, 195, 199 ; Elena, 
10,231; 14, 199 ; John, 15,390; 
John, W., 390; Roger, 10, 225-6, 
231; 14. l.ss. L89; Thomas, 10, 231; 
14. 195-6, 199. 
Batekyn, Aubina, 15, 308; John, 308. 
Batelot, Simon, 13- 86. 
Bateman, Ann, 17- 253; Mrs. Corne- 
lia, 16, 216; Rev. Edward. 16, 126; 
Hester, 17- 25:;; dames. 16, 86; 
John (Ivychurch, 1 101), 13, 458; 
Jonathan, 17, 253. 289 ; Peter. 253, 
289; T.. of Sbulgrave, 9. 166; Wil- 
liam, 17, 253; of Gidding, 13- 5 15. 
Bateman, .Mr., at Cold Baton, 6, 158. 
Bates, Charles. H, 2 13; "Cosen," 
217; Isaac (Sheldwich, 1667), 18, 
299; .Mr., 11, 213; Richard (Ford- 
wicli. 1651), 88. 
Batescumb, Andrew dc, 10, 222, 225. 
Bath (Bathe), Henry de, 13. 192-5-6, 
2(17; dames Master at (1649), 15, 
L83 : Lord, 17. 383; William of, 
W., 5. 2(13. 207-9; 6, 192, 195. 
Baihurst (Batherst, Batehurst, Bate- 
herst), Benet. 9, 201 ; Edward, 201 ; 
Sir Edward, 15. 175. 177. 182 ; 18, 
159; John, 13, 95 ; Robert, of 
Horsmonden, 11, 103; of Staple- 
hurst, 9. 201 ; Thomas, 9, 201; of 
Canterbury, 11. 399. 
Bathon, Walter de, 11.351, 
Battlescomb, Andrew de, 14,188,199. 
Batrichseye, see Battersea. 
Batsbroke alias Baysbroke, 10- 141. 
Batson, William, 14, 318. 
Batt, Joan, 18, 19j John, of Becken- 

ham, 8, 105 ; Tfomas, 18. 19. 
'• Batteller," an Oxford undergraduate, 

11,271. 

Battely, Archdeacon, 14, 159, 1(57: 

17. -11. 268; Rev. Nicholas, 4, 41; 

13. 1.58,459 ; 17, 268. 

Batten, Lady, desires Beit's house at 

Chatham, 6, 68; Sir William, 6. 67. 

Battersea ( Batricheseye), freight thence 

to Rochester, 2, L21-122. 
Battle (Hat lille, Batell, Bello), 13, 
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Battle Abbey, 2, 154 ; 5, 68 » ; 8, 61 ; 
9, 241 ; 13, 193, 250. 

Battle, Abbots of, 5, 84, 85 ; 13, 353 ; 
14,47; 15, 297; Henry (Hawk- 
hurst Notes), 5, 84; Nicholas, 8, 
284 ; Odo, 5, 84. 

Battle, Wager of, 4, 69, 77-8; 10, cv ; 
defined, 2, 265-6, note. 

Battle-Axe, of Wood, and Bag- 
gee, FOUND AT HoLLINGBOUKN, 

Kent, 5, 45. 

Ball yscroft, in Broomfield, 18, 251. 

BaudetKoun, Wm., 14, 278. 

Baudewin, Henry, and his wife Sus- 
annah (1251), 2, 303-305. 

Bauesffelde, see Bewsfield. 

Baugh, Mr., of Hovvletts, 17, 269. 

Baume alias Roggers, Nicholas, Ruck- 
inge (1393), 8,312. 

Baun, Peter, of Dartford, 9, 294. 

Baunton, Roesia, 15, 306 ; Walter, ib. 

Baux, Jean de (de 1' Angle), 15, 31. 

Bavelingham, Thomas de, 5, 215, 216. 

Bavent"(Baventh), Roger de, 10, 146, 
149; 12, 226; (1301), 15, 376. 

Baveryn, Antony, 16, 235. 

Bawdewyn, see Baldwin. 

Bawle, Vincent, 14, 302. 

Bawth, John, Leeds Priory, 2, 64. 

Baxter, Rev. Dr. Richard, 15, xli. 

Baxon, or Bexon, in Bredgar, 4, 234. 

Bay (Ba, Baa, Bea) Chancel in Ick- 
ham Church, 14,118. 

Bay, Thomas de, 10, 134; 14, 119; 
Walter de, 199. 

Baveux Cathedral, 4, 25. 

Bayeux, Odo, Bishop of, 13, 127, 147, 
186. 

Bayford [Brabford] (Sittingbourne), 
9,173; 10, 181, 189-195; 13, 10, 
335, 336, 342 ; 17, 154 ; Roman re- 
mains at, 11, 47 ; 16, 1-8. 

Bay ham (Begehain), Abbot of, 8, 
282-285. 

Bayham Abbey, 14, 140, 148, 341 ; 15, 
60, 63. 

Bayley (Bayly, Bayli), Adam, 12, 
2y5 ; Elias, 15, 281 ; Henry, 18, 
401 ; Isabella, 12, 295 ; John, Mas- 
ter of Cobham College, 18, 449; 
Richard, 17, 312 ; Walter, 15, 281. 

Baylly, Andrew, 12, 426 ; John, 425 ; 
Thomas, ib. 

Bayuams, or Beechams, 10, 128. 

Baynard, Arms, 15, 117, 1-0 ; Doro- 
thy, 11, 154; Jane, 15, 114, 121; 
John, 11, 154 ; 14, 227 ; 15, 115, 
120-6, 272 ; Matilda, 11, 357 ; Rich- 
ard, 154 ; Robert, 357. 

Baynes, John, of St. Augustine's Ab- 
bey, 2, 58. 



Baysbroke alias Batsbroke, 10, 1 H. 

Baythoyte, 18, 287. 

Bea, see Bay. 

Beacbborough, visit fco, 5, xxxvii. 

Beache, Walter, 14, 296. 

Beaoonsfield, 11, 8. 

Beadle, Andrew, 13, 149 ; T., 16, 222. 

Brads (Anglo-Saxon) found at Sarr, 

5, 319; 6, 174; 7,312, 317. 
Bea--, or bean, Saxon \'<>r torques, 9, 10. 
Beaghendenn, John, son of Adam de 

(Cranbrook), T., 3, 78. 
Beak, Anthony de, 10, 150. 
Beake, Robt,,'l4, 118. 
Bealde, Mabilla, 14, 195, 197, 200; 

Richard, 10, 231 ; 14, 195-7, 200 ; 

Thomas, 10- 231 ; 14, 193-5-7,200; 

Walter, 10, 224-7, 231; 14, 186, 

188-9, 190-2, 195, 200 ; Wohner le, 

14, 186, 188. 
Bealdeag, 12, 188. 
Beale family, 18, 453 ; Sir John, 4-53 ; 

Thomas, 22, 453 
Beale, Robert, 14, 100. 
Beale, allied to Culpeper, 4, 265. 
Beales, a Kentish Justice, 9, 39. 
Beall family, 15, 367. 
Bealknap, Robert de, a judge, T., 3, 

68 ; 5, 26. 
Bealing, Mary (Lady Hales), 14, 64. 
Beamstone ( Beamondestone, Beau- 

mundestone), manor in Westwell, 

10, 133 ; 12, 216 ; 14, 51. 
Bean, Abraham, 15, 360; Ann, 18, 

411 ; Rev. Charles, 13, 4 18 ; 14, 132 ; 

Elizabeth, 18, 411 ; Lucy, 14, 132 ; 

Robinson, 18, 405, 411, 411. 
Bean, Thomas (1373), 2, 36, 37. 
Beau, allied to Manning, 6, 274. 
Beane, John, 10, 67 ; Marion, 18, 26 ; 

William, 26. 
Beane, Thos., of Lyming& 9, 28 1. 
Beangraunt, John, of Tenham, T., 3, 

95, 96. 
Bearcroft, Mr. (Cambridge, 1647), 15, 

166. 
Beards, in Igbtbam, 14, 230-1. 
Beare, Nicholas, 13, 337; Ursula, 

337; William, 16, 194, 195. 
Bearsted (Bersted, Berstedc, Berges- 

tede, Berghestede), 10, 141; 12, 

231 ; 13, 12; 18, 40; manor, 4, 

222; Name, 9, 116; church plate, 

17. 261 ; Richard de, 12, 232 ; 

Thos., of Gillingham, T., 3. 77 ter, 

78 series ; Walter de, 12, 225. 
Beatrice, widow of Hamo de Gatton, 

4, 210 n. 
Beatrichesdenne, see Bethersden. 
Beauchamp arms, 10, 330. 
Beauohamp, Guy, Earl of Warwick, 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



5, L92; Joan, 11. 5G-s. 64, 71 ; 
Julm dr. 316: Lady Phfippa, 
daughter of Thomas, Earl of War- 
wick. 16. 10: Roger de,6 Ric. II., 
2. LS, 34-5 : Sibilla, 2. 34, 35. 

Beauchamp, s<e Bello Campo. 

Beauchief, 14. l W. 

I ; ,'.'!. .v.. Beausfield. 

Beaufite, Agnes, 10, 252, 254, 263; 
her mother, -■">-: her father, 256 ; 
Tier-. 253 : arms, 265. 

Beaufitz (Beufis), Balph, 15. 362. 

Beauforl badge, the portcullis, 1, 90. 

Beaufort. Sir Thomas, 13, 383. 

Beaufoy, Agnes [nit Nofthwode), wife 

Willi nn. 2- ^6-37. 

Beaufrere I Beufrer), John, T., 3,83. 

Beauley, John, 10. 321-3. 

Beaulieu Priory, 14, 169, 170; Canons 

of, 10- 118: I -abclla de Clare, buried 

at, 16. 21. 
Beaumont's, Count de, account of 

James L,a1 Rochester, 6, 55. 
Beaurepaire, in Headcoru, see Beuriper. 
Beausell,*ee Beausfield and Bewsfield. 
I; isfield, near Dover. 2, 12. U ; 9, 

L63 ; 12. 208; manor, settled in 

marriage by Sir Roger de North- 
L331), L6; given to son Sir 

Roger I L342),20. 
Beaute, Thos., 10. L43. 
Beauton, William de, W., 5, 215. 
Beauvaia (Beauveise), Helinandus, 

monk of. 12. 238 ; Vincent de, 238 ; 

William de. 206. 
Beauvuir. Rev. Dr. O., 15,403. 
Beavoir, allied to Darell, 17, 18. 
Beavor, yoke in Rudlow Hundred, 16, 

167. 

r, John de, 16. 167. 
II.au , Thomas I L269), 5- 301. 
Beawesbetrgbe Hundred, 12, 207, 208. 
Beayn, Thomas (l 1.64), 10, 65. 

gton, William, Newchurch 

(] 112-13), 13. 165. 
Becanceld (Bapchild), council of, 3, 

SA. 

Becoheti, John and Peter, 10, 24. 
Becco, William, de Livingsborne, 4, 
279, 280, 299; 5- 289. 
, Bobert, T., 4. s >''. 
Bechebyri, Adam de, W., 5. 220. 
Becbeman, John, 2, L22. 
Becher, Car.., H. 208; Edward 208; 
17 208 Rochester, (1580) 2,84. 

B • med, 15. 361. 

ingham, Begenham, 

B ghenham, Beckenhen), 10, L54, 

L69; 12. 296, 297 : 13- I ls-151 ; 

15, L82, 184-5, L98; 16, L6; 18, 

Hundred, 10, 154, 



159 ; inventory of parish church 
goods, 8, 106; church plate, 17, 
262-7. 

Becket, St. Thomas a, Archbishop of 
Canterbury (1162-1170), 9, 79, 125, 
127; 12, 38; 13, 52, 53, 58, 175, 
189-90, 229, 232,238,247, 461, 468- 
70; 16, 19-20; 18, 384; Incum- 
bent of Hackington, 1, 73 ; confirms 
Throwley and Cbilham to St. Ber- 
tin's, 4-209; seal, ib. ; excommuni- 
cates Geoffrey Ridel, 5, 23; thief 
Justiciary, 24 ; painted glass com- 
memorating his return from exile, 6, 
131, 132 ; banishment of his relatives, 
220 n ; history, 7, 207 ; horse's tail 
cut off at Strood, 9, 127 ; stone on 
which he fell, removed to Peterboro', 
10, 11 ; no relics of it, 14; parent- 
age and kindred, 16-28 ; Italian rela- 
tives, 23-25 : relatives in Iceland, 27 ; 
pageant of, 12, 32-39 ; altar, 13, 111; 
gloves, 114; martyrdom. Ill; signs 
of, 111-114; conjectured skull of, 
18, 260 ; altar of the tomb of, 225. 

Becket's nephews and sisters, 10, 17, 
26. 

Becket's barn and bridge, 13, 189. 

Becket's shrine, 1, 16 ; 13, 120. 

Becket's tomb, 13, 500-516 ; Icelandic 
pilgrims to, 404-6. 

Becket, Elizabeth, 14, 76 ; 15, 368 ; 
Isaacke, ib. ; William, ib. 

Beckle, manor in Chalke, 10, 145. 

Becklev, Henry, 14, 207. 

Beckly, 13, 497. 

Becounn, Robert, T., 3, 88. 

Bedale Church crypt. 13, 20. 

Bedall, Rev. John, 16, 112. 

Bede, Thomas (alias Twysden), 8, 50. 

Bede's works, 3, 55; quoted, 9, 113, 
205. 

Bedel, John, 14,280; Roger le (1263), 
4, 312; Thomas, 14, 280. 

Bedell, Adam, Boughton (1217), 2, 
295; Alice, 10, exxxvii ; Rev. John 
(1416), 16, 290; William, 13,218; 
John le, of Molasli. 10, 132. 

Bedemanton, Thomas (Gillingham), 
T., 3, 77, 78. 

Bedford, Earl of. 12, 70; John, Duke 
of (1416), 6, 47; Duchess of, wife 
of Sir John Bvvers, 1, 147 ; Ingel- 
ram de Coucy, Duke of, 10, 107. 

Bedford, allied to Dering, 10, 345, 
347. 

Bedforde, John (1522), 12, 426. 

Bedfordshire briefs, 14, 181, 183, 
208-9. 

i.ury (Begeburie), 4, 236; 13, 
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Bedill, Ingelram (Ncwchurch, 1522-3), 

13, 465. 
Bedingfield, Thomas, 16, 75. 
Bedirsden, Robert, of Leeds, 2, 64. 
Bedlowe, John (1522), 422. 
Bedo, Geo., on Faversham Abbey, 9, 

Ixi ; on Roman remains, Ixxi ; on 

Kentish dialect, 10, xl. 
Beds, value of, in 1325, 10, lvi ; in 

1596, lxxix. 
Bedyll, John (1500), 16,313; Thos.. 

on outward confession, 9, 238. 
Bee, Arthur (1571), 13, 355 ; John 

(Canterbury), 8, 124. 
Beeby, Dr. W. T., on Bromley, 13, 

146, 167. 
Beechams, or Baynams, 10, 128. 
Beecbey's Captain, survey, 3, 15. 
Beek, Elizabeth, 17, 367 ; James, 

Vicar of Orpington (1430), 13, 385 ; 

Johanna, 14, 274 ; Stephen le, 274 ; 

Thomas, 17, 367. 
Beene, Win. ( 1464), 10, 58. 
Beer (a brewer). 4, 58; Elizabeth, 

married to Ric. Fogge, 5, 115 ; 

Dorothy, of Dartford, 10, 265. 
Beer stone, see Bere. 
Beere, Thomas, 14, 95 ; Mr., 16, 196. 
Beerye, Alex. (Staplehurst), 9, 201. 
Bees, bequest of, to churchwardens, 

18, 374. 
Beetles (tribulis), for Rochester Castle, 

2, 125, 129, 131. 
Begeham, 12, 220, 227, 236. 
Beggars' escutcheons, 17, 80-1. 
Beggebroc (now Bedgebury), in Bo- 

kenfold (1263), 3, 254. 
Beggynge, William de (Milton Hun- 
dred),^, 293. 
Beigham, see Bayham. 
Bek, William, 2, 127. 
Beke, John, 14, 125. 
Beke, Raynold, Vicar of Newington, 

Hythe, 10, 285. 
Beke, Richard del, 12, 204. 
Bekel, 12, 226 ; Richard, 6, 186. 
Bekenfield, manor of, 10, 117. 
Beker, Richard, 16, 290, 298, 304. 
Bekesbourne, 11, 352 ; 15, 294 ; 17, 

47 ; 18, 102 ; Manor House, 378. 
Bekesbourn, Roman sepulchral shaft, 

2, 43 ; 4, 33 ; extracts from regis- 
ters, 5, 235 ; church plate, 17, 267 ; 

its connection with Hastings, 18, 

79 ; see Livingsbourne. 
Bekehurst (Bekeshurst), 12, 213; 

manor, 4, 53. 
Beket, Henry (1236), 2, 292. 
Bekewelle, Willm. de, 12, 216. 
Belamy, John, 14, 242 ; Peter, 242. 
Belcher, William (1681), 15, 120. 



Belde, William (Canterbury), 7, 235. 

Bele Cruggc, Boro', 12, 222. 

Bele, Nicholas (Canterbury), 8, 118. 

Beleme, Robt. (1531-3), 17, 96. 

Belewe, John de, 12, 229. 

Belgar, 13, 250, 270; manor, in Lydd, 

13, 2W>,i. 
Bel-rave, Rev. Richard, 16, 123. 
Belhaven, Lord, attends the Prince of 

Wales into Kent, 5, 105. 
Belherst, John, carries timber from 

Bokingfold to New Hythe, 2, 122. 
Belhevie, Celtic urn at, 9, 2 1. 
Belhouse, Lady Floria de, 10, 130; 
Ino, Isolda, and Thomas de, 11, 
316. 
Belke, Antony, 18, 291 ; Christopher, 
291 : Edward, 5, 112,113; Edwin, 
18, 291 ; Elizabeth, 291 ; Gabriel, 
291 ; George, 291 ; John, 291 ; 
Mary, 291 ; Michael, 12, 421 ; 18, 
291 ; Major Michael, 291 ; Rebecca, 
291 ; Susanna, 291 ; Thomas, 291 ; 
Valentine, 291 ; William, 12, 424 ; 
see Poleyn. 
Belknap, Alice, 3, 196 ; Edward, 13, 
327-8, 371-2 ; Henry, 371 ; Philip, 
of the Mote, Canterbury, 4, 196 ; 
Sir Robt. (1380), 14, 5. 
Bell, Mrs. Ann, 18, 412 ; James (All 
Hallows), 17, 246 ; John (1528), 14, 
367 ; Rev. John, 18, 44G ; Luther, 
259; Matthew, of Bourne Park, 17, 
269; Richard (1546), 17, U0; 
(1557), 114; William (1557), 114. 
Bell, allied to Deriug, 10, 327 ; allied 
to Hall, 6, 254 ; allied to Tripp, 5, 
236, 237. 
Bellamonts, the, of Hackingtou, 1, 73. 
Bellard, John, T., 4, 75. 
Bellaviewe, 14, 79. 
Belle, of Dartford, Sibilla, 9, 290; 

Walter, 288, 290. 
Bellerica, in Lymne, 18, 437. 
Bell-founders, in Kent, see Dawe, 
Hatcb, Hille, Hodson, Mears, Mot, 
Oldfield, Pack and Chapman, Pal- 
mer, Norton, Wakefield, Wilnar. 
Bellingham, Edward, 18, 19. 
Bello Camp, 13, 289 ; see Beauchamp. 
Bellows, an oxhide for, 2, 120, 129, 

130. 
Bell-ropes, price of, 17, 105, 107, 114, 

135. 
Bells (church), 2, 236 ; melted by fire 
at Stone, 3, 105 ; Protector Somer- 
set's order, 8, 81 ; inventory of, 90 ; 
Sanctus or Saints' bell, ib. ; the Sac- 
ryng or Sacrament bell, 91 ; pro- 
verb on bells, 9, 131 ; royal order 
as to ringing, 10, Iviii ; inscriptions 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



at .Minster. 12- 171, 852; ringing 
for nil- n. 17. L35-6; bells at Adis- 
ham, 9. L6C; Appledore, 14. 93 ; 
I; th ire Len, 16. 66 ; Brookland, 14. 
. . < anterbury, 12- 417 ; St. 
D instan's, 17- 79, B3, 85 et seq. ; 
St Martin's, 9, HI; 18,434; Chart, 
Little, 9. 281 ; Cheriton, 18. 353; 
1, L13; Crayford, 18, 327; 
Dartford, 18- 392 ; Dover Castle, 
177 : Eastchurch, 14. :i7> ; llart- 
9. 267; Hastingleigh, 268; 
Uaukliur-t. 263; Eawkinge, 268; 
Hayes, 269; Einxhill, 273 ; Hope, 
in I '.In-. i. 269; Horton 

(Kirby), 270; Horton (Monks), 
II: L,271; [ckham, 14, 114; 
[vychurch, 27 I ; 13. 157 : Cenning- 
ton, 9- 275; ELeston, ib.\ Kings- 
down, 277 : Kin 4-i i trth,276; Knock- 
holt, 277; Lee, 27^; Lewisham, 
_■> l; Longfield, 281 ; Lullingstone, 
282 : Lydd, 13. I 36 : Lydden, 9. 
283; Lyminge, 284; Lymne, 283; 
Patricksbourne, 14, 171; Rainham, 
17. 54 : Ruckinge, 8, 312; St. 
.Mar, Stone, 3- L04-5 ; St. Paul's 
Cray, 13- 285 ; Smarden, 9. 225, 
2:52 ; Staplehurst, 19&-9 ; Stone, in 
Oxney, 14. loi ; Wakerell-bell, 17, 
85, 92, 107 : Wakering-bell, 79; 
Wo idcburch 14- 3 15. 

, Christopher, 9- 268. 

Bellynger, Richard I L557-8), 17. 111. 

i; slshere, Belssar), 

rge, 17- s l ; John,' 16, 297, 300, 

304, 308, 312, 313, 315, 318; 17, 

77. 81-2, 87,91 ; Mother (1 190), 16, 

William, 16, 299, 301, 302; 

17. 85, 90, 95, 96, 1 10. 

... .Mr., of B Chester, 17, 227. 
:. Richard, 14. 1 12. 

11. 325. 

Beltyngg, John de, 12. 302 ; William 
de. 11. 341. 

Beltz - - :l:r-. 1. 77-7'.». 
A. lam de, 10. 272. 

Beluncle, < 'obhama of, 11. 07, 69. 

ire, All Saints'. 16, 12:3 ; church 
plate, 17,270 

William 1". 15. 2-^7. 
Bemp I". John Vander, 16- 56. 
Benbowe, Basil, 18- 3] ; Rio., 81. 
1; 1; d in 1 - i; mdagha, Ben- 

»h, Bendigash, Bendigsb 1, Adam 
1219), 2. 315; Adam de, \\ ., 
5. - 217-8 ; 8. 286; 

Alice de, coheir ol Si sphen de Thurn- 
bam, 2. 32; 5, 2 is. 219; Burga 
and Peter de, 6. 805-6, 309-317; 
• 1 • W. 303, 



B in Linges arms, 10. 330. 

Bendish, Martha. 18.24-; Eooke, 21. 

Bendour, Richard, T., 4. 71, 72, 73, 74. 

Bene, Stephen of, W., 6, 217. 

B 1 edict, Abbot of Peterborough, W., 

4. 212 ; Abbot of Stratford, 4, 281 ; 

the clerk, \\\, 6. 107, 201, 205 ; 

attorney for Emma de Pirifield 

(1200), 2, 249; Prior of Christ 

Church, Canterbury. 13, 501. 
Benedict XI V. Pope, 8- 62. 
Benedictine Order in Kent, 3, 22 ; 4, 

6, 20 ; 7, 12, 281, 200. 
Benendcn (Benedynne, Benyden, Ben- 

vnden, Benyngton, Bynindenne), 

6, 196; 12. 221; 13, 137, 320; 14, 
3, 30. 0.3, 323-4; 15, 27; 18, L8, 
10, 2(5, 29, 30, 32, 450; land of 
Ralph de Weyte (1251), 2, 306; 
manor, 5,27; 10- HO; Dering en- 
tries in registers, 10, 335; church, 
12, 396 ; brief for, 14, 182 ; church 
plate, 17, 270 ; fines of lands in, H, 
322, 342, 316; 12, 291, 306; 18, 
345 ; see Bassenden. 

Benendeo, John de, 10, 140; Roger 
de, 140; 12, 221; 14,46; Thomas 
de (1251), 2, 306 ; William de, 13, 
304 ; 14, 205 ; of Claypole, 13, 5 15. 

Benequirke, 13, 353 ; lion/, in Aloes- 
bridge, 12, 211. 

Benestede, John de, Elmstone, 4. 274. 

Benet, John (1451), 10, 317; John, 
14, 254; of Wrotham, 15, 388; 
Richard (1665-6), 18, 123; Tho- 
mas, 15, 261 : William (Leeds 
Priory), 2, 64; William, W.. 5,231. 

Benett, Johu (Hawkhurst), 5,07, *•') ; 
John (Romney), 17, 230; Thomas 
(Snodlaud, 1460), 10, 321; V111- 
cenl (Ruckinge), 13, 233. 

Benetysrede, Snodland, 10, 322. 

Benetysplace, Snodland. 10, 321. 

Beneyt, Geffrey, a setter-mason, 2. 
123; Henry, 14- 258: Johanna, 
258 : Jno., 259 ; John, 2, 123, 127 ; 
Margeria, 11. 337; Richard, 337; 
Thomas, 337 ; William, 14, 258. 

Beneyt, of Dartford. Eenry, 9, 287; 
John, 288 ; Richard, 288. 

Bengbury (Bengeberi, Bengebery, 
BeyngeW), 5. 210, 215 ; 9, 163; 
manor. 2. 28; 10. 1 12; 14, 250. 

Benge, Wm. (1 137), 14. 355. 

B er, Ricd. I L526), 14. 355. 

Bengwis, Richard, 11, 372. 

Benhale, Peter de, 10. 281. 

Beuinden, see Benenden. 

Benit, Robert, of St. Martin's, Dover, 

7, 281. 

Benit alias Talage, 7, 281. 



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Benjamin, the Chaplain, W., 5, 212 ; 

of Goudhurst, 6, 206, 216. 
Benjamyn, John, T., 3, 85 ; John, 

Dartford, 9, 297. 
Bennett, Elizabeth, 15, 367. 
Bennet, Sir Henry, 11, 258 ; see 

Arlington, Lord. 
Hen net, John, mason (1418); 1,158; 

John, 12, 31)0; Margaret (1528), 

4, 112 ; Margaret, 11, 156 ; Dr. Tho- 
mas (1528), 1, 39, 40. 
Bennett Administrations, 18, 28, 32, 

34, 39. 
Bens, James, of Chatham (1647), 18, 

214. 
Benslmry Camp, 16, 12. 
Benskin, allied to Oxenden, 6, 2S0. 
Benson, Mariane, 18, 27 ; Thos., 27; 

Rev. P. G., Vicar of Hoo, sells Bis- 
hop Gunning's communion plate, 

16, 137. 
Bensted (Benstede, Bentestede), 9, 

116 ; 15, 367 ; manor, 10, 149, 351 ; 

Hubert, 10, 163 ; 15, xxxix, xl, 75 ; 

John de, 12, 228 ; Thomas, 16, 186, 

187. 
Bentele, Anabilla, 14, 248; William 

de, 248. 
Bentham, on the kitchen at Ely, 7, 

37 n ; and the infirmary, 53 n. 
Bentham, Mary (Dartford Nun), 2, 

56. 
Benthouse, 10, 125. 
Bentley, Christopher (Fordwich, 14G5), 

18, 87; (1514), 87, 95; John, 95; 

Thomas, 94. 
Beornec, the Beornicas, 8, 38. 
Beomthrytha, 3, 23. 
Beowulf," cited, 8, 198 n, 200, 211, 

247, 253, 262 ; 10, 33-36. 
Benydene, Benydenne, see Benenden. 
Benyn, William, 13, 304. 
Benyngton, see Benenden. 
Benyon, Sir George (1612), 2, 178. 
Beracre, see Baracre. 
Berhlinge, see Banning. 
Berbodyudenne, see Barbodynden. 
Berchangre, Willm. de, 12, 210. 
Berchelton, 18, 343. 
Bercnald, Abbot (679), 12, 250. 
Berd, William, 11, lxii. 
Berdefeld, John de, 12, 302 ; Isabella, 

302. 
Berdefeld (Berdefeud), manor, 4, 316. 
Bere family arms, 4, 250 ; 18, 390 ; 

pedigree, 4, 250. 
Bere, Anne, 18, 391 ; Edward, 390, 

391 ; Henry, 391 ; John, 4, 245 ; 

18, 390, 391 ; his children, 391 ; 

Mr., of Rochester, 17, 227 ; Nicho- 
las de, 10, 125; 13,354. 



Bere (Beer), Win., Mayor of Sand- 
wich (1609), 16, 195. 

Bere (Beer), frees! one, used at Roches- 
ter Castle, 2, 112, 127, 129, 130. 

Bereford, Bicd., 14, 201 ; Win. de, 
189, 190, 201. 

Berefot, Thomas (Harrietsham, L263), 
3, 264. 

Her ifreyston, see Barfreston, 

lien ham, see Barham. 

Berekere, 12, 203. 

Berelinge, see Biding. 

Bereneg, 13, 349, 

Berengrave Farm, 17, 60. 

Berens, Rev. F., 18, 282 rt. 

Berershe, manor of, 10, 146. 

Beresford (Westerham), 15, 381. 

Beresford, Ann, 15, 122; John, 18, 
20 ; Michael, 122. 

Berewell, John de, 14, 197. 

Berewested, Keneward de, 3, 253. 

Bere worth, William, 2, 124. 

Berfeld, Adam de (Higham, 1250), 2, 
300. 

Berfreyston, see Barfreston. 

Berga, Runic inscriptions, 8, 192. 

Bergavenny, see Abergavenny. 

Bergestede, see Bearsted. 

Bergheman, John, T., 3, 81. 

Berghestede, see Bearsted. 

15 srgourne, John le (1198), 1, 271-2. 

Bergrave, or Bergrove, Rev. Richard, 
13, 426, 466, 478. 

Bcrliam, see Barham. 

Berherse, Simon de, W. (1230), 2, 229. 

Berhthun and Andhun, 8, 264, 265. 

Berimnnd's flight, 8, 23. 

Beringden, Adam, arms, 11, 397. 

Berkeley arms, 10, 330. 

Berkeley, Elizabeth, 14, 379 ; Robert 
(1614), 14, 288; Thos., 379; Sir 
Thomas, 16, 52. 

Berkeley, Lady Mary, 18, 375; Charles, 
Viscount Fitzharding, 375. 

Berkes, John de, W., 2, 29. 

Berkinge, Stephen de (1198), 1, 254. 

Berkly, allied to Darell, 17, 47. 

Berkshire, Earl of, 11, 238. 

Berkshire Briefs, 14, 183, 206, 208, 
217-20. 

Berkysorc,Ricb. (Little Chart), 6,309. 

Berling, see Birling. 

Berman, John (1460), 10, 322. 

Bermondsey (Bermondeseye, Ber- 
mundseye), Hugh de, 10, 112: 
Henry, his son, 149 ; heirs of Hugh 
de, 12, 228 ; Prior of, 10, 144, 156 : 
Robert de, 3, 210. 

Bermondsey alias Lodingford, manor 
of, 10, 149; alias Monk's Land, 156. 

Bernard, the Chaplain, W., 5, 197. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Bernard, Rev. James, 17. 257 ; John, 
12. 231, 291 : Ralph, 234; Robert, 
Reel ro Old Romney, 13- W9. 

• B A . 12. 309 
Berne, Henry de la (1267), 5- 296; 

,!•!. 13. 249. 
Bernefeld, Bernef eud, »ee Barnfield. 
Berners, J., 4, L88, L91 ; Wm., 14, 

316,325. 
Ueriies,.I.ihii. 11. 3sl : Robert (Hawk- 
hurst), 7- 235; 9. 261. 
Berniciaa royal genealogies, 8, 38. 
Bernyngham, Robert, 13. 246. 
Berridge, Richard, 15. 120. 
i;.n-v Court, in Cliffe, 10. 156,218. 
Berry Court, Smarden, 13, 11. 
Berry, Prances, 11. 222, 224; John, 

223 ; 13. 442; Thomas, 15, 272; 

John a I L523), 2- L55, 161. 
Berrye, Abraham, 16. 182, 183; Ja- 

oob, L83. 
Bertha, Queen of Ethelbert, 3, 20,40; 

12. 191 : 14, 104, 108, 112; 15, 

54, 57. 
Bertie (Beritege), Godwin de, 5, 210. 
Bertie, Hubert, Duke of Ancaster, 13, 

399; Lord- Montague, Robt., and 
, 399. 
Bertiot, John, 11, 374; Richard, T., 

3, 90; Simon, 13, 86 ; 14. 254. 
I; rton, John, 11,396; 12,377; Wil- 
liam de, 13. 2D7. 
Berton, John de (1198), 1, 256-8. 
Bertonesdane, in Folkestone, 3, 259. 
Bertonesgate, Folkestone, 3, 258-9. 
Bertyndenne, John de, iO, 140. 
Berwica, Alsward de. 10. 274. 
Berwick to Dover, or Calais, proverb, 

9, 135. 
Bery, Alice, 14, 268; John de, 268; 

John, butler at Leeds Prior}', 2,64; 

Thomas a, 18. 106, 112. 
Besants, gold and silver, 5, 289 ». 
B< aunt, Peter, 10. 127. 
Besbei eh I Besbich, Besbiche, Besbitch, 

I!' sbyoh l, < reorge, 18. 36; John 
L561 l, 17- 237 ; Margerie, 18. 19 ; 

.Mr.. Buil against Sir Roger Twys- 

den, 4. 175; Micol, 18,30 ; Richard, 

18. L9, 30 

1 . Rector of Btaplehurst, 9, 

202. 
Bee -. ill. .John de, and Petronilla bis 

wife (Higham), 4. 278. 

Id de (1202), 2. 267. 
Beshall, allied to Dering, 10- : '>i!». 

rma and pedigree, 4. 268 ; allied 

to Broker, 6,288; to Dering, 10,339. 
1 toorge, 4. 28 1 ; John, of Favers- 

ba.n, 11, 100 ; Mr., 17, 172; Rioh- 

ard (1622), 12, 421 ; Thomas, of Old 



Surreiiden. 18, 70; Wm., of Smar- 
den, 9, 22 1. 

Besl alias Richbell, Alice, 18, 18. 

Bestane, John de, 15. 218, 222-3, 

259-60; Sarah de, 11,322; Walter 

de, 322. 
Bestcherche, William (1584), 2, 100 ; 

11, 131. 
Beste, Henry the, 12-296; Mabilla, 

296 ; Mary, 18, 21 ; Nicholas, 21. 
Besukyr, John (1485), 16, 291. 
Besyngbi, John, T., 3. 76. 
Betasii, or Vetasii, 12, 11. 
Betelesangre, see Betteshanger. 
Betenham. Amisius de, Dehninden, 5, 

259; Geoffrey de, ib. ; Anna, 23(1; 

Stephen de, T., 4, 72. 
Beteringden, 13, 339; Richard de, 

11, 314. 
Bethersden (Beatrichesdenne, Bedders- 

den), 10. 132; 12, 219; 14, 41 ; 

16, 82, 84 ; 17, 47 ; 18, 27, 47, 58, 

66, 68, 69 ; parish church goods, 8. 

106; Passion Play at, 13, 223 ; fines 

of lands in, 11, 329 ; 12, 301 ; 13, 

289; 18, 342; the Choutes, 18, 

55-71 ; the Lovelaces. 10. 184-220. 
Bethersden Church, 10, 184; 16, 66- 

96 ; Vicars, 16, 86-96 ; parochial 

registers, 97 ; chantry, 10, 187, 206 ; 

church plate, 17, 271. 
Bethersden marble, 1, 177 ; 16, 98. 
Bethersden, Richard de, 11, 314. 
Bethun the advocate (1252), 2, 308. 
Betisbourne arms, 10, 330. 
Betle, Thomas (Thornham), 18, 244. 
Betlescumbe, "William de (Dartford, 

1260), 3, 249. 
Betlinghope Boro', in Alulphsbridge 

Hundred, 12, 211 ; 13, 353. 
Betrichesdenue, see Bethersden. 
Betsom, tumuli at, 18, 308, 313. 
lleit. Richard, 10.115. 
Bette, John (1409), 10, lx ; Robert, 

5, 253. 
Bettenham (Bettenhamme), 10, 68, 

327, 346 ; 13. 137 : arms, 10, 330; 

allied to Dering, 327, 346 ; Bennet, 

5, 324; Benedicta, 15, 29; Henry 

de, 292; Margeria, 12,301; Robert, 

of Pluckley, 7, 236 ; Stephen de, 15, 

29; Stephen, of Cranbrook, 5, 325; 

Walter de, 12, 301 ; William, 11, 

396. 
Bettenham, Cranbrook, 9, 12. 
Bettenson pedigree, 13, 402 ; Albinia, 

394-5; Anne, 394; Sir Edward, 

395-9; Sir Richard, 392-4; 17,338, 

340; Theodosia. 395. 
Bettes, Thomas (1575), 17, 171 ; Wil- 
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Betteshanger (Betelesangre, Betshan- 
ger, Betleshangre, Betlesengre), 5, 
112; 9, 128, 142; 10, 118, 120; 
12, 209; 15, 11; 18, 384 : manor, 
14, 269; 15, 11; manor of Great, 
10, 120; church, 14, 269 ; 16, lvi ; 
house, lvi; church plate, 17, 272; 
church tower, 18, 384. 

Betteshanger, Agnes, 15,291 ;Alianora, 
291; Beatrice de (1198), 1, 207 ; 
John de, 15, 291 ; Peter de, 12, 207 ; 
Robert de, 10, 118 ; 15, 291 ; Tho- 
mas de, 10, 118 ; Rector of, 14, 174, 
269 ; 15, 359. 

Bettesle, Wm., Chevenyng, 18, 352. 

Betts, Major, of Norfolk, 18, 59 

Betts alias Lane, Elizb., 18, 33. 

Betun, Baldwin de, Earl of Albemarle, 

10, 259, 274, 276 ; Alice, 259. 
Betyl, Paul, labourer, 2, 127. 
Beufis, see Beaufitz. 
Beaufrer, see Beaufrere. 
Beuriper manor, 1, 6. 
Bevere, Evrard de, 10, 274. 
Beveridge, Bishop, and his Syndicon, 

18, 49. 
Beverley^ 14, 45 ; 4, 70 n ; Alured, 3, 
26; Beatrix, 18, 89; Christopher, 

11, 39f3; Mayor of (Fordwich, 1480), 
18, 87, 89; John, 11, 24; Joseph, 
of Faversham Abbey, 2, 59 ; Robert, 
the recluse, of Faversham, 11, 33; 
Rev. William, 16, 87 ; Wm., 18, 89. 

Be vis de Hampton, 1, 4. 

Bevyn, Walter, 14, 259. 

Bewl river, 17, 38. 

Bewlye, James, 15, 368. 

Bewsborough (Beausberwe), 10, 121. 

Bewsfield (Beausell), 10, 121. 

Bewsfield Church, 6, 196. 

Bewsfield, Dionisia de, 6, 193 n ; 
Waren de, 12, 44. 

Bewtie, John, 12,422. 

Bexbill, in Milton, 16, 7 ; Roman 
coffins at, 9, 164-73. 

Bexley (Bixle, Byxle), 13, 397; 14, 
78, 199 ; 15, 188, 196 ; 18, 17, 20, 
22, 31, 214 ; John Roper's land in, 
2, 159, 160 ; rents of assize in, 5, 
328 ; parish church goods, 8, 106 ; 
church plate, 17, 274-7 ; manor, 18, 
369 ; fines of lands in, 11, 346 ; 12, 
304; 13,292; 14,278; 18, 351. 

Bexley Church, 18, 369 ; painted 
windows, tiles, ancient screen, 369 n ; 
memorial brasses in, 373, 377 ; 
vicarage, 378 n ; list of vicars, 378- 
82. 

Bexley Heath, 18, 313. 

Bexley, John de, of Dartford, 9, 291. 

Bexon, in Bredgar, 4, 234. 



Bexter, Reginald, brief for, 14, 206. 
Beysaunts, Bamsgate, 12, 379. 
Bibles, in Maidstone Museum, 12th 

century, 11. L91, 192 ; price it;-. 

i L566), 17, 120 ; given fco Charles II. 

at Dover, 18, 366. 
Bickerstaffe, Sir Charles, H, 268,270, 

271, 296; 17, 388, 392, 397; 18, 

156. 
Bickley, chalk pits (1250), 1, 142; 

church plate, 17, 277. 
Bicknor (Bikenor, Bykenore), 2, 20, 

25, 36, 37; 12, 230, 231 ; manor, 

10, 143, 155 ; church plate, 16, 319, 

385 ; 17, 278. 
Bicknor, Henry, 15, 305 ; Johanna, 

15, 301 ; John de, 10, 113, 114, 155 ; 

12, 208, 231 ; 15, 304; arms of, 11, 

18 ; Robert, 305 ; Roger de, 9, 293 ; 

10, 155 ; Thomas, 15, 305. 
Bicknor, Sir John de, 2, 16; John, ib. 
Bickorn (bicorne), 2, 128, 130. 
Bikspik Wood, 13, 83. 
Bicouyll, William, 15, 218, 236, 269. 
Bicton, Salop, 15, 234. 
Bidborough (Bvtberghe), 10, 152; 

church plate, 17, 279, 420. 
Biddenden (Biddenham, Bidinden) 

(T.), 4, 71 ; 14, 26, 39, 53, 65, 323-4, 

355-7, 371-2; 16, 163, 169; 17, 42; 

18, 16,31, 33 ; Place, 5, 33 ; church 

plate, 16, 333, 369, 378; 17,280; 

fines, 11,311, 321; 12, 301. 
Biddenden, Amisius de (1197), 1, 253. 
Bideneye, Stephen de (1268), 5, 293. 
Bier, John, of Dartford, 11, 403; 

Roger, of Thanet,402. 
Bifrons, 14, xlvii, 169, 173-6; Saxon 

cemetery, 6, 329; 10, 298-315 ; 13, 

552-6. 
Biga, Sybern, 18, 243. 
Bigberry or Bigbury Camp, Harble- 

down, 16, 13 ; Roman antiquities, 

4, 33 ; wood, 13, 9 ; British settle- 
ment in, 9, 13. 
Bigg, John, 18, 89 n ; George (Ford- 
wich, 1579), 88, 89 n ; Sarah, 89 n 

his; William (1522), 12, 423, 427. 
Bigge, Marion, 18, 20 ; Walter, 20 ; 

Walter (Fordwich, 1603), 88. 
Biggs, Mr., Wrotham, 2, 7. 
Biirgs, of Benenden, 18, 89 ; Thomas, 

90. 
Bignor villa, Sussex, 1, 146; Roman 

pavement, 15, 132. 
Bigod, Alice, of Dartford, 9, 288; 

Thomas, AV., 5, 200. 
Bigod, Earl of Norfolk, Hugh, 5, 182, 

199 »; Roger le, 5, 182; a judge 

(1196), 1, 231. 
Bikytt, William, T., 3, 69, 70. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Bil, Robert, 14. 192 j W., 188; see 

. William (1305), 10, 222. 
Bilcherst, 10- 129. 
Bilcherst, John de, 10- L29. 
Bilchester, 10. 129; Wood, 129. 
Bildso in"", sword-hill from, 8- 262. 
Bille, Doctor, 14. 325. 
Billesdon, Robert d 169), 10- 190. 
Billiard table (1661), 17, 345, 346, 

Billing, Sir Thomas d 181), 1,86. 
Billing's Mound, 16, 13. 
Billinger, Henry, 5- 232. 
Billingsley, Alderman, 17, 201. 
Billingsley, Nic, Elector of Tilman- 

Btone, 5- 113. 
Billinton (?), see Bilsintou. 
Billyng, Ricd., 14- 304. 
Bilsington (BUsinton, Bilsyntone, Bil- 

linton), 12. 212 ; 13." 319, 353; 

monks of, 2- 55 ; parish church 
,ds, 8. 108; Priory. 11, 378-9; 

13. 200, 250; population (1377), 

373; church plate, 17, 283; fines 

of lands in, 11. 320, 327 : 14. 214, 

347 ; 15, 280, 299, 308. 
Bilsington, John de, 2, 252; Robert, 

11. 395. 

Bilton, Henry (1719-43), 18, 366. 
Binbury, 13, 11, 12; 15, 344; see 

Bengbery. 
Bindon, Thos. Howard, Viscount, 11, 

L86, 225, 231, 240. 
Bin-. Jno. (1569), 17, 129, 130. 
Binge, John, of St. Augustine's, 2, 58. 
Bingham, Adam. 18, 15; Anthony, 

23 ; George, 15. 
Bingham, Joseph, of Crayford, 18. 

329 ; Rev. Richard, 303. 
Biondi, Sir Francis, 3- 164. 
Biondi, Gio. Franc. 4, 240. 
Birch, Richard, 13. I W; Dr. Samuel, 

12. 318, 320 ; Walter de Gray, 13, 
59, 61, 66-73. 

Birche, Henry de la. 6. 267. 

Birchette, Le, 15,362. 

Birchington, 12, xxxix, 335; tines. 

11. 325; 12. 278, 279, 280; fish- 

12- 270 ; church plate, 17, 
284 : tie- Crispes of, 18. 89. 
Bin-holt (Biroholte, Biricholt), 4. 287 ; 

12. 21 l. 22(i; 13, 353; Bundred, 

10, 125 : manor. 13 1 ; Rector (1311 I, 

280; parish church goods, 8- 108; 

watch at, 310. 
Bin-holt. John de, 4, 286; John, son 

of Margeria and Dionisius de, 10, 

L34; Roger de, 4, 286; 10, L34; 

Stephen de, 134. 
Bird, John (< 1\ nton or Alynton), 7, 

■!■;:< ■. John (1584), 17, 197; Mr., 



18, 140, 155 ; Joan, 24; Rev. Rich- 
ard, 14. 356; Robt., 18. 21. 

Birde, Alice (1522), 12- 122; Anna, 
18- 15 ; Henry, 15 ; Richard (Brook- 
land. 15H7 ). 13- > s 7 ; Saml. (8nar- 
■ 1622). 13, 426. 

Birdeshide, in Iwade, 13.338. 

Birling (Barling, Bereling, 15 verb 

10, 148, 321 ; (1580), 2, 83 : lines of 
lands in, 11. 332. 345, 355; 12,290, 
305 ; church plate, 17- 285. 

Birling, Alan de (1197), 1, 245; Ste- 
phen de (1269), 5. 299. 

Biron, Rev. Edwin, 18, 439, 446; Rev. 
Hy. Brydges, 146. 

Birston, thos. de, 14, 257. 

Bisanti, 5, 289 n. 

Biscop, Benedict, 9. 211. 

Biset, Robert (1252), 2, 308; Robert 
(38 Hen. III.), 12, 224. 

Bishop family. 15. 367; of Newenden, 
4. 108 m; of Hawkhurst, ib. ; arms, 
ib. ; Elizabeth and Thankful, 4, 
108/;; Thomas (Cheriton, 1603), 
18, 365: Wax., of Dartford, 9- 289, 
291 ; heirs of William, 18,400. 

Bishopsbourne (Bisshopsburn), 12, 
203; 15, 28; 18, 21; church, 14, 
xlvii ; Rectory, xlviii ; Rectors, 132, 
166; 15, 232, 238; rood-loft, 14, 
372; manor-house. 15, 378; church 
plate, 17, 286; fine- of lands in, 
12. 303; 14. 270; 15. 290. 

Bishopsgate, 11, 363 ; 14, 257; 15, 
I 52 : female recluse at, 33. 

Bishopsgate, Adam. 15. 290: Con- 
stance, 12, 306; Johanna. 13- 291 : 
15, 290 ; John, son of Adam, 6, 
188; John de, 12, 306; 13, 86; 
15, 290; John, junr., 13- 291. 

Bishopstone (Bishopsdenne, Bishoppe- 
Btone), 11. 338; 12. 291 ; 14. 279 : 
15, 199; probable derivation, 12. 5. 

Bishopstone, John de, 15,217-8, 230-1, 
263-5, 267; Thomas de, 18- 342. 

Bishontree, Rev. John, 16, 112. 

Bishopswic, in Lydd, 13, 238, 276, 278, 
349, 352. 

Bisit, Robert (Ditton. 1271), 238. 

BiBsett, John, Canterbury, 9, 48. 

Bisshop, Alice, 14. 2 is: John, 248. 

Bisshop, Robert. 15. 264. 

Bissop, Richard (1269), 5. 300. 

Bistoe, Walter de, W., 5,207. 

Bitchet, 15- 95. 

Bittock, a Scotch, 9. 129. 

Bix family. 18, 90; .John, 9, 33 n ; 18, 
88, 101*: Thos., 88. 

liixlo. see Bexley. 

Blachynden, Alice and "William, 6, 
270. 



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Black Notlev, 15. 232. 

Blackberries used for wine, 6, 327, 328, 
329. 

Blackboume (Blakeborne, Blake- 
bourne), 3, 7S ; 10, 141 ; Hundred, 
126, 128, 141 ; 11, 367 ; 12, 222, 
324. ; 13, 187, 197 ; 14, 42. 

Blackboume, John (1571), 17, 130. 

Blackboy, William, 18, 400. 

Blackbrook, or Blakebrok (Bromley), 
13, 148-9, 150-1 ; Synion de, 149 ; 
Thomas de, 14. 330. 

Blackdon, Elizabeth, alias Worthe, 18, 
34. 

Blacke, Julian, 18, 33 ; Robert, 33 ; 
William, 14, 297. 

Blackfriars, residence of Lord Cobham, 
11, lxxvii, 205, 209,210, 218; 12, 
147; Queen Elizabeth visits him 
there, 157 ; house there of Esme, 
Duke of Lennox, 11, 251. 

Blaekheath, 13, 8, 15 ; Hundred, 10, 
153; 11, 360, 364; 12, 235; 15, 
373-4 ; rebels at, 14, 5 ; church 
plate, 17, 287 ; James Master at, 
15, 203, 

Blackmansburv (Bridge Place), 12, 
203 ; 14, 181. 

Blackmanstone (Blakemanstone), 12. 
211, 212 ; 13, 174, 353 ; population, 
373; manor, 10, 124; Rector of, 
15, 360. 

Blackmore Priory, Essex, 14, 341. 

Blackmore, William, 4, 245. 

Blacknall. William, Hawkhurst, 5, 68, 
69. 

Blackney, Upper and Nether, 6, 286. 

Black Prince, knighting of the, 4, 118; 
" Aid," 10, 99 ; his embroidered sur- 
coat 11, 10. 

Blackstan, Win. de, 14, 245. 

Blackstone, Benjamin, Vicar of Orp- 
ington, 13, 385. 

Blackway, allied to Eorster, 4, 269. 

Blackwell, Richard, H, 250. 

Bladbean manor, 15, 9. 

Bladen, Rev. Thomas, 17, 65. 

Blade worth, James (Snargate, 1622), 
13, 426. 

Bladigdon, John de, 18, 373 ; Maud 
de, 373 ; see Blendon. 

Blagge, Richard, vicar of Orpington, 
(1525), 13, 385 ; Robert, 5, 59. 

Blake, Isaac (1679), 15, 249, 270; 
Johanna, 14, 264 ; Thos., 264 ; Thos. 
le, 264. 

Blakeben Strete, Bexley, 18, 374. 

Blakebroke, see Blackbrook. 

Blakeman, Wm., 14, 186. 

Blakemannesbyrie, see Blackmansbury. 

Blakenam, Nicholas de, 14, 329. 
VOL. XIX. 



Blakesole, John ami Emma de, of 
Wrotham, 10, 323. 

Blakewell, John, lessee under John 
Gower, 6. 89. 

Blakbam, Thomas, 10, 250, 257. 

Blakneham, 10,257. 

Blak\v<»se. Saltwood, 10. 126 ; 12, 213. 

Blind, John, 18. 32; Mabel, alias 
Ridding, 32; Jno., 2, 61; Rector 
of Adisham (1542), 14. 160, 165; 
T., of Tunstall, 5, 230 ; William, of 
Hartlip, 1, liv ; 2, xxxix ; 15, 371. 

Blands family, of London, 5, 115. 

Blanford, Mr., 17, 388. 

Blangi, William de, W., 6, 202. 

Blankewell, William, T., 3, 79. 

Blankpayn, Wm. (1386), 14. 127. 

Blaxland, John (Forduich), 18, 89. 

Blayne, Thomas (Crayford), 18, 332. 

Blean (Blen), 4. 314; Woods, 9, 130; 
10, 201 ; ville of, 12, 204, 290 ; of 
the honor of Gloucester, 205 ; 15, 
25; royal pavilion in, 13,515-16; 
church plate, 17, 289 ; fines of lands 
in, 13, 307 ; 18, 337, 338. 

Blean (Blane, Blayne), John a (1504), 
16, 316; Robert de, 4, 314; Tho- 
mas, 17, 86, 87. 89, 93. 

Bleangate (Blengate), Hundred, 3, 96 ; 

10, 123, 159, 161 ; 12, 203, 206. 
Blecchyngle, John, 4, 228, 229. 
Blechecote, 6, 198. 

Blecheuden (Blechynden), John, 11, 
391 ; 16, 177 ; 18, 26 ; Thomas, 15, 
365. 

Blecourt, in Staplehurst, 9, 190 n. 

Bledelaw, John de, 11, 357. 

Blencowe, R. W, Esq., on Cowden, 

1,111. 
Blendon Hall (Bladindon), 18, 373-8. 
Blenheim (Bleniam), 5, 109. 
Blerecourt, M., 12, 115. 
Blescinget manor, 4, 316. 
Bletching, borough, 13, 353. 
Bliburgh, William de, 13, 150-1. 
Blie, Hugh de (Chatham, 1263), 3, 253; 

Hugh le, 13, 390. 
Bligh, Anne, 11, 273 ; George, 273 ; 

Mary, 273 ; Theodosia, 273. 
Bligh (Earl of Darnley), John (1st), 

11, 264, 273, 298; Edward, 273; 
John (3rd), 273. 

Blindgrooms, in Kingsnorth, 3, 205. 

Blisset's (Michael), James Master at, 
15, 189, 191-3, 195, 197, 200-1. 

Blobbere, Celestris, 14, 197, 201 ; 
Henry le, 186, 188, 192, 201 ; Law- 
rence le, 201 ; Robert le, 201. 

Blodbeme, in Elham, 10, 60. 

Blodwell, David (1456), 14, 164. 

Blois, Peter of, W., 4, 211. 
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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Blomberg, licv. Dr. Win. Nio.j 15, 

218, B50-1, '-'70-1 : Mrs., 271. 
Blome alias Auston, 18- 36. 

Blomfuld. Sir Arthur, 18, 398; Rev. 
G. .1 . 397; Rev. .!. <'.. of Launton, 

Blondel, Henry, T., 3, 91 ; Robert, 13, 
157. 

Bloor family, Rainham, 17,51,52, 58- 
59; arms, 57; Olympia, 17, 57; 
place, xliv. 

Blore, Dr. E., on a monument, 2, 133, 
141; John. 18, 385; Richard, 
steward of Sir Roger de Northwode 
(1361 ). 2. 23, 24, 25, 28. 

Bl sme, William, T.. 3. 79 ter. 

Blossom, George, Canterbury, 8, 123. 

Blount (Blound), Edward le, 10- L54 ; 
18. 346; John le, 10. 154 ; Sara le, 
18. 346; Thomas le, 11, 320; Sir 
Walter il 163), 10. 252. 

Blount, Father, 17, 40-3; escapes from 
Scotney,17, 44-6; Colonel, of Black- 
heath (1641), 1, 202,204; Tkos., on 
( lommittee of Kent, 9. 32 n. 

Blower's heirs, 18, 400; Mary, aNun 
of Dartford, 2. 56; William (Rain- 
ham), 15. 333; 17, 59. 

Blower, allied to Culpeper, 4, 264. 

Bloxam, Matthew 11., on anchorites, 

11, 39 : on ilateof frescoes, 13, 59. 
Bluet, John, 16, 110. 

Blund (Blunt), Constance le, wife of 
John (1250), 2. 302, 321 ; John le 
(1250), 2, 302, 321; John, 12, 
312; Peter le, 13,148; Walter le, 

12. 212 ; Rev. Walter, 17, 279; 
William lc 11, 324; 13,320; Wm. 
de, W., 5. 200. 

Blundel, Benry, T., 3,80; John, W., 
'ill ■. Richard, W .. 272 ; see Blondel. 

Blundell, Johan, 18. 34; Elizb., 37; 
Ropus, 37 ; Theodora, 370. 

Blundin, Aaron, a Jew, 6, 316. 

Blunt, Ralph (Brookland), 13, 486. 

Blyburgh, Nicholas de, 12. 296. 

Blyth, Bp. of Jerusalem, 18, 432; 
Edward Hamilton (Saltwood), 432. 

Bo, Norway. Runes at, 8. 206. 

Boan, Elizth., 14. 95 ; Thos., 95. 

Boai nursl ( Ihurch, 15. 56. 

Parm, Boxley, 1, 163. 
Christopher, 18, 400. 

Bobbing, 10. 22c. 2:12 ; H, 337, 381 ; 
13- 328, 339; 14. 189, 245, 249, 
251, 272-3 ; 15, 309; church plate, 
17. 290; court, 18. 86; Keystreet, 
11,381. 

Bobbing, Turtheyn de, 2. 298. 

Bobbingworth, Essex, 15. 153. 

Bocant, Walter < L269), 5. 800, 



Boohart, Marie, 15, 31, 34 ; Rene, 31, 

34 ; Samuel, 31, 34, 37. 
Bocheborgh, 12. 212 ; 13, 353. 
Bochel, Simond, 1, 69, 71. 
Bocher, Adam, 2, 121 ; John, clerk of 

Margate Church, T„ 3, 7<> ; John, 

T.. SI ; Tailor, of Thanet, T., 75; 

Richard, 15, 391 ; Thomas, 2. 127 ; 

William. T„ 4,71; Wm.. 14- 351. 
Bocherye (Butchery), Ward in Rom- 

ney, 13, 205. 
Bocker, Margaret (1500), 16. 313. 
Bockingficld, or Bockingfold (Bokin- 

faud, Bokingfold), a royal park, 2, 

120. 122. 124, 128; manor, 3, 253 ; 

East, 10, 150, 152; 12, 229. 
Bockinfold (Boginfaude), Thomas de, 

3, 254. 
Bocland, Bockland, see Buckland. 
Bockslowe, Parson of, 11, 311. 
Bocton, see Boughton. 
Bocu (? Botu), Robert le, Wilmington, 

3. 231. 
Bode, Alice. 13, 31fi ; William le, 316. 
Bode, Philip, T., 3,90; Philip (Pres- 
ton by Paversham), 9, 90. 
Bordelle (Bordelle, Bodyll), John, 11, 

381; Richard (1522), 12, 427; 

William (1522), 423. 
Boden, a " broomstical minister " at 

Ashford, 5, 119; John, 14. 295. 
Bodenham, Mr. (1659), 17, 32s. 
Bodesdenn, Thomas, T„ 3, 83. 
Bodesham (Bodegesham), 14. 330, 

341; Ralph de, Stoutiug, 3,211. 
Bodiham Castle, 9, cv-cxv. 
Bodington, John dilate), 17, 252. 
Bodleian Library, 14, 327, 332. 
Bodmin, Bishop of, 15, 41. 
Boece, on a second Octa, 8, 33. 
Boerne, James (Hawkhurst), 5, 66. 
Bogas, Joan, 18, 22 ; William. 22. 
Boghtmere, 10. 321. 
Boghurst, John, 15, 272, 396. 
Bogingefaude, see Bockingfold. 
Bohun, Humphrey de. 5. 176, 181, 

182; 16, 41, 45; William de, Earl 

of Northampton, 10, 139 ; arms, 330. 
Boidinius, son of Sawin (Dartford), 4. 

277. 
Hois. Sir Ivhv. and John, on Committee 

of Kent (1643), 9, 32 n, 33 »; see 

Boys. 
Boitton, see Boughton. 
Bokeler, Wm. | Dartford), 9, 297. 
Bokenham, Ann, 15. 1 19, 121; ; Harry, 

ll'.i, L26; Margaret, 109; Robert, 

12C ; William. Ill-, 119, 126. 

Bokyngham, John de, Bishop of Lin- 
coln, 13, 118; John, Chaplain (143C), 
16, 289, 



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Bolbro and Vedbv, 8, 196. 

Bolde, Jno. (1431), 14, 103 ; Thomas, 

16, 291, 
Boldenton, Mrs. Mary, 15, 121. 
Boldestred, Ralph de (Milton, 1249), 

2, 298, 299. 
Boldistone, John (Ivychurch, 1493), 

13, 458. 
Bole, Richard, 15, 264; William 

(Dartford), 9, 293. 
Bolebec, 13, 98 ; Constance, wife of 

Elias de Bello Campo (1197), 1, 243- 

245 ; "Walter's heiresses, 5, 302. 
Bolenger (Bolengier), Peter le, 12, 

292; 13, 86. 
Boley Hill (Bully-hill), Rochester. 15, 

314; 17, 181-8, 220, 232-3, 238; 

18, 33 ; origin of the name, 187 ; 

urns, coins, lachrymatories at, 18, 

195 ; Roman wall at, 271 ; tree on, 

200; Mr. Watts, of, 2,81. 
Boleye, William, 2, 127. 
Boley n arms, see Hey don, 3, 143. 
Boleyn, Queen Anne, 13, 257 ; 15, 

36 ; her badge, 9, xliv ; letter to 

Lord Cobham, 12, 113. 
Bolevn, Sir Geoffrey, 13, 257 ; John, 

Richard, and William, 15, 388; 

Thomas (1525), 1, 26 ; Sir Thomas, 

11, 110, 111; 16, 50; brass in 

Hever Church, 1, 120; Sir Wm., 

11, 394. 
Bolingbroke, Henry of (Henry IV.), 

11, 83, 84 ; portrait of Lord, 188. 
Bolinger, Leticia, 11, 339; Peter le, 

339. 
Bolle, John, T., 3, 91 ; Harry (1500), 

16, 312 ; Thomas (1490), 297 ; Wil- 
liam (1268), 5, 293 ; Wm., Rector 

of Aldrington, 11, 36. 
Bollinge, Richard (1523), 2, 162. 
Boliyhill, see Boley. 
Bollyng, Avelyn (1485), 16, 290, 292, 

297, 300 ; Mother (1490), 297. 
Bolney, Thomas (1475), 18, 364. 
Bolno (Bolne), Rev. John (1505), 16, 

290, 318. 
Bolock, John, 13, 340. 
Bolton, Mary, 5, 113 ; Richard (Dart- 
ford), 7, 244 »; William (Rom- 

ney, 1462), 13, 412. 
Bolton Castle, 9, cvii. 
Boly, Hugh de (1200), 2, 245. 
Bolynger, Peter le, 14, 267 ; Thomas 

(1522), 12, 422. 
Bomylond, John de, 12, 301. 
Bon, Simon de, W., 5, 222. 
Bonamicus, son of Mor, 6, 312, 317. 
Bonar, William (Newchurch), 13, 

466. 
Bonasse, John (1569), 17, 127, 130. 



Uonc.iks manor, St moil, 10- 1 16. 
Bond, John, 5, 255; Thomas (1500), 

18, 385. 
Bonde, Elizabeth, 5» 253 ; John(Rom- 

ney, 1482), 13. 412; Margaret, 5- 

253 ; Matilda, 8. 320; William, 320. 
Bone, Robert (Canterbury), 17, 1 t9« 

Simon le, 12, 215. 
Bonekake, John, 12, 226. 
Bones found at Sarr, 7, 320, 321. 
Boneville, Robert de, W., 6, 203. 
Bongay, Henry (Canterbury), T., 3, 

74, 75 ter. 
Bonho, John, 14, 277 ; Ricd., 277. 
Boniface, Archbishop of Canterbury 

(1240-1270), 1, 167; 6, 215; 13, 

362 ; 16, 27 ; 18, 50. 
Boniface, Pope, 14, 47. 
Bonjur, Henry, 9, 294; Ralph, 9, 293. 
Bonnard, Barnard (Canterbury), 8, 

124, 125 ; Barnard, 14, 320. 
Bonnington (Bonnyngton, Bonington, 

Bonyngton, Bonynton), 5, 269 ; 11, 

378; 12, 212; i3, 313-17; parish 

church goods, 8, 109 ; church plate, 

17, 291 ; Eastbridge watering in, 

18, 401-2 ; manor, 10, 127 ; proverb 
on, 9, 142 ; Rectory, 18, 402 n. 

Bonnington, in Goodnestone, 3, 183, 
189 ; Canonry at Wingham, 14, li. 

Bonnington, .Isabella de, 15, 294; 
Johanna de, 12, 213; John de, 10, 
127 ; his heirs, 121 ; Nicholas de, 
10, 127 ; 13, 310 ; Richard, Prior of 
Canterbury, 2, 60 ; 11, 378 ; Roger 
de, 12, 213 ; Thomas de, 15, 294. 

Bonny-Cravat Inn, 14, 352. 

Bonny, Elizb., 18, 442 ; Rev. Peter, 
442, 445. 

Bononia, honor of, 12, 216, 217. 

Bonvice, Laurence, 16, 235. 

Bonwicke, Ambrose, 18, 211 ; his will, 
227; Elizabeth, 211. 

Boodle, Rev. J. A., 17, 242, 247, 250, 
261, 262, 270, 274, 278, 285, 294, 298, 
301, 304. 

Book covers (jewelled), early, 13, 70. 

Books bought in 1646-55, 15, 158-67, 
169-175, 178-82, 184-6, 188, 190-1, 
193-7, 200-3, 205-7, 209-16. 

Bookworms, their ravages, 3, 49. 

Boorne, Anne, of Sharsted, 16, 84; 
John, 18, 33. 

Boorne, allied to Gibbon, 16, 84. 

Booth, Hugh, 11, 143; Sir Robert, 6, 
281, 282. 

Boothby, Col. Wm. (1648), 9, 48; 
Sir Wm., 11, 207, 208. 

Boothe, Dionisia, 18, 27 ; Frances, 13, 
330; George, 18, 27 ; William, 13, 
330. 

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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



B . • ■. Andrew, 18> 15; Anthony, 
LS : Thomas, L5. 

Boralston, Rev. John (1721). 17- 242. 

Borohier, Dame Elizabeth, 2. 162. 

Bordefeld B , Thomas, T., 4. 

75, 81, 82. 

:i | Bordenne, Boiden), 13- 338, 
344,; 14. 378-9; riots, T., 3- 77: 
registers referred to. 4. 269 ; 6, 257 : 
coins of Cunobeline from, 9. 299 ; 
Vicar of. 10. 229; 14. 2 12-1 : 
Sutton manor in, 201 ; church 
plate, 17. 282 ; line- of lands in. 
11. 315, 348, 352 : 13. 291, 299, 
302; 15- 288. 

Borden, Alice de (Delmiden), 5, 201 ; 
John, 18- 400; Richard, W., 5, 
231. 

Border, John (1522), 12. 122. 
i m, John, T., 4- 71. 
Mice, alias Lesden, 18- 19; Ed- 
mund, 19; Joane, 10; Mary, 19; 
Richard, 220. 

B Place, in Chiddingstone, 5, 28. 
goody," 17, 3:31 ; Thomas, 

14- 21»2. 

B esile, 12- 222 ; 14. 41-44 

Boresile, Boresisle, Bourwarsile, Bur- 
warsile, 12- 222: 14, 41-2, 44; 
Boro', Tenterden, 45 ; manor, 10, 
121. 

s, Sir William, parson, Canter- 
bury, 17,96. 

es, Thos., arms of, 11, 397 ; Wil- 
liam. 17. 96, L43. 

i: rghefalde, Henry, 15, 390. 

Borman, Nicholas, 18,36; Anne, alias 
U ar, 36. 

Borman, allied to Hodsoll, 14, 237. 

Borne, 15. 210. 

Borne, Elizabeth, 18- 218: John de, 
15, 10; John. 18. 219 : Katherine, 
219; Richard (1177), 14, 33; Wil- 
liam, 18, 105. 

allied to Godfrey, 6, 261. 

Bornote, Thomas (1563), 17, 118. 

Borough, Capt., W., 10. cxx, cxxi. 

Borough, Elizabeth, daughter of Thos., 
Lord, 11, 208. 

Boroughbridge, battle at, 11, 01, 62, 

72. 

Borough Green, in Wrotham, cinerarj' 

deposil at. 2. 7. 
■ Boroughs," i ho ancienl local divisions 

of districts, 1. 161. 

rart, Hundred and Lath, 13, 351 . 
Borradail, W. | \\ arehorne, 1816), 4, 

l"_<, 

Borrome, Harry (1582), 17. 95. 
Boraholder, etymology of,2, s ">- 
Borstal!, Dear Rochester, 6, 208 ». 



Bonvarmersse, see Burmarsh. 

Bosoo, John de, W., 6, 314; T., 9, 
301: Margeria, 13. 297; Richard 
de, W., 6, 311: Roberl de, 'I 1 ., 3, 
69, 70; Roger de, Milton (121!)), 2, 
l".is: Thomas do. 13. 2<»7 : 'William 
de, 6. 22!) ; 9, 301. 

Boscumbe, William. 13,91. 

Bosenden, Solomon de, 4, 286. 

Bosenden, line of lands, 4. 286. 

Bosewell, Henry, Vicar of Orpington, 
13, 3S5. 

Bosham, Herbert, 6, 1; 13, 501; 
John, Rector of Orpin-ton, 13, 383. 

Bosincompe, John de, 12, 29(5 ; Mar- 
garet, 296. 

Bos longifrons, discovery of, 1, 138; 
4,37; 9, 300; 13, 124; 17, 37; 
18, 3, 267 n. 

Bosome, Anne, a Nun, 2, 56. 

Bost, Nichs. (Dartford), 9, 289. 

Bostock. Rev. Mr., 13- 213; Robert 
(Romney, 1602), 13- 47s ; A lie 
(Nun), 2. 56 : Edw., 9. 283. 

Bostol Heath, tumulus, 18. 308. 

i. Catherine of (1493), 17, 390; 
Lord, 13. 403. 

Bosvile, Elizabeth, 18, 25; Elizabeth, 
widow of Sir Robert (Lady Style), 
3, 194; Sir Leonard and 'sir Tho- 
mas. 9. cxvi : W.. knighted in 1033, 
10, xcii ; of Chevett, 17, 42. 

Boswell, Edward, 18, 30; Robt., 30; 
Mr.. 17, 227; Sir Thomas (1642), 
2, 187. 

Bosworth, Robert de, 12, 306 ; Emma 
de. 306. 

Boteilles, Peter de (1197), 1, 237. 

Boteler, see Butler. 

Botfield, Mr., on libraries, 3,49; 4, 17. 

Bothmeshelle, Win. de, 14, 259. 

Botiler, Botiller, see Butler. 

Botley, Rev. Ellice, 11, 402. 

Botlye, allied to Manning, 6, 274. 

Botonura, 1, 4. 

Bott, Jane, 18, 39. 

Bottecourt arms, 10, 330. 

Bottele, John, 4- 228, 232. 

Botter, Walter (Lymne, 1320), 18, 
443. 

Bottes, Parson (1566), 17, 122. 
liotu. le, see Bocu, le. 

Botun, John. 14, 248. 

Boucher, Captain, a rebel, 7, 243; 

John (1522), 12- 12 1. 
Boucher; . Arnold. 15. ; '>7. 
Bouchier, Henry, srr Cromwell. 

Loudon. Johanna, 14. 25 1. 207; John 

■ le 254, 2(',7: William de. 15, 295. 
Boughan, Rev. Edward, 14- 356. 
Boughton (Boctou, Boctone, Boctun, 



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Boitton, Boktun, Bouton), 2, 295 ; 
10. 14-2, 159; 12, 215, 216; 13. 

343-5 ; 14, 07 ; riots, T., 3, 88, 89 ; 

watch at, 8, 309 ; fines of lands in, 
13, 302, 307, 311 ; 14, 247 ; 18- 337. 

Boughton Aluph (Aluf), 1, 63; 12, 
216; 14, 190; 18, 5:.; riots, T., 3, 
83 ; fines of lands, 3, 240 ; 11, 311, 
325,343; 12, 300; 13, 315; 14, 
252, 280 ; extracts from registers, 6, 
261 ; visit to, 7, xlviii ; inventory of 
parish church goods, 8, 109 ; manor, 
10, 133 ; 16, 66 ; chancel floor, 13, 
481 ; church plate, 17, 293. 

Boughton Aluph, Stephen de, 12, 
216. 

Boughton under Blean, 10, 201 ; 13, 
11 ; 14, 199, 371 ; 15, 11, 252 ; 18, 
29; manor (1247), 2, 295-6, 319; 
Hundred, 12, 215, 219; fines of 
lands in, 14, 256, 280; 15, 290, 302; 
church plate, 17, 294. 

Boughton under Chart, 7, 237. 

Boughton, Hegh, T., 4, 86. 

Boughton Malherhe, 7, 237 ; 8, 109 ; 
10, 142; 12, 230; 14, 33, 41, 66- 
7, 83, 133, 1G8, 268, 271 ; 15, 2, 
29 ; church plate, 16, 352, 396 ; 17, 
295. 

Boughton Monchelsea ( Chanesy, 
Mounchensy, Nonchensy), 5, 90 n ; 
manor, 10, 143 ; fines of lands in, 
13, 296 ; 15, 273 ; 18, 348 ; church 
plate, 17, 296. 

Boughton, West, 10, 143 ; 12, 231. 

Boughton, arms, 15, 7, 10 ; Abraham 
of, 16, 199 ; Alulfus de, W., 6, 192 ; 
Sir Edward, H, 401; 14, 304; 
Elias de (1247), 2, 295 ; Fraucis, 16, 
199, 200, 201 ; John Freebody 
(Rector), 1, 132 ; John, 4, 227, 231 ; 
John, son of Richard, 5, 296; 
Peter de (1247), 2, 295, 319; Rich- 
ard, 5, 296 ; Richard de (1247), 2, 
295; Ric, 12, 31 ; Stephen de, 10, 
122; 12,209,216; 15,10; Thomas 
de, 12, 299; Walter, W., 5, 231. 

Boughton stone (1368), 2, 112, 121, 
129, 130. 

Bouherde (Bouherthe), 3, 256,261, 262. 

Boukhurst, 13, 299. 

Boulogne, hospital of lepers at (1247), 
2, 296. 

Boulogne, capture of, by Henry VIII., 
4, 44, 49 ; the gates of the town at 
Hardres Court, 44, 47, 48, 52 ; 
honour of, 12, 216 ; Counts of, 13, 
121 ; siege of, 14, 8. 

Boultyng-wyches, 7, 303. 

Bound (Bounde), Alice, 18, 24; 
Elizabeth, 24; John, junior, 10, 



L52; Lucy, 18. 2 1 ; Nicholas, i' I ; 
Petronilla, 24 ; Thomas, 15. 282 ; 
Wombwell, 18, 24. 

Bourbon, Duke dr. 1. 64; Sir John 

Cobhaiu's mission t<>, 1, 66 ; his 

ransom, 67, 68, 70, 71. 
Bourbon, Mademoiselle de, daughter 

of the Prince of Conde, 12- 64. 
Bourchier (Bourcher, Bourghchier), 

Archbishop, 5, 26 ; 9. d-xlvii, 221; 

10, lxx-lxxv; 14, 121, 127. L64, 

178; 15,236; 16, 43. 
Bourchier, Sir John {temp. Edw. Ill), 

5, 121 ; Lord and Lady, 9. 193, 

195; Hugh Stafford, Lord, 16,40, 

42; "William (Master of Cobliam 

College), 18, 449. 
Bourdefeld Church, Parson of, 15- 278. 
Bourdefeld, see Burdevyle. 
Bourdil, William, 15, 362. 
Bourges, wife of John (1524), 17, 83. 
Bourghesshe, Johanna, H, 356 ; Ralph 

de, 356 ; Walter, 356. 
Bourgy, John (Roniney, 1430), 13, 

478. 
Bourne, 11, 310; 12, 203; 15, 30, 

152-3; park, 10, 299; 15, 371; 

17, 269. 
Bourne, J. Master's aunt and uncle, 

17, 322, 331; Bartholomew, 11, 

385 ; Bartholomew, of Sharsted, 18, 

290 n; Dick, 16, 243, 250, 252, 258; 

Eglina, 13, 425 ; Elizabeth, 13,402; 

17, 391 ; Francis, 13, 340 ; George, 

425 ; Henry de, 12, 203; 13. 425 : 

14, 270; Isabella, H, 386; James 
de, 2, 42; 11, 385; James, juur., 
386; James (1522), 12, 425; 
John, 11, 386 ; 18, 221 ; John de, 9, 
160 ; 10, H8, 125 ; 13, 425-6 ; 14, 
170; John le, 13, 86; Jone, 11, 
386; Judith, 15, 152,404; Kathe- 
riue, 12, 427; Lawrence, 5, 83; 
Margaret de, 10, 118; Mr., 15, 
168, 176, 184, 214 ; 18, 160; 
Mildred, 11, 386 ; Nicholas de, 
12, 201; Abbot Ralph, 2, 22(1 ; 13, 
486 ; Richard, 4, 245 ; 13, 90, 402 ; 

15, 152, 404; 17, 321, 348, 391; 
Robert, 13, 385 ; Robert (1363), 15, 
264-5; Thomas, 14, 170; Thomas 
de, 12, 203; heirs of Sir Thos. de, 
10, 118 ; Thomasyne, 11, 386 ; Wil- 
liam de, 10, 130; William (1522), 
12, 425. 

Bourne, allied to Bering, 10- 3l'7. 
Bourne, allied to Master, 5, 239. 
Bournman, Abra, 16, 183. 
Bourwarsile, see Boresile. 
Bouryng, Thos. (1357), 10, Ivii. 
Boutesluys, Suzanne de, 15, 31. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. XVIII. 



Bouth, Thos. (1463). 10. 252. 
Bouthorp, Ali.-.-_ 13. :',i!»; John de, 

319. 
Boutler, John (1580), 2, 83. 
Bovellj of Bodiham, 9. cxvi. 
Bovelond, John de, 11. 320 ; Robert 

de, of Oxeney, 329. 
Boveton, John de I L271), 6. 2-13. 
Boyyar, John (] in 1 1, 16. 300, 301. 
Bowden, Bobert, 18. W0. 
Bowdler, Jane, 17- 269 ; Rev. Thomas, 

269. 
Boweraan, John. 14, 303. 
Bower Lane, palaeolithic implements, 

18. 305. 
Bowes, John, 16. 108; Sir Martin, 8, 

85, 99, LOO; 9. 266; 11, 125; Mr., 

14. 321 : 17- 227: Richard (Rom- 

ney, 1709), 13. 178; Thomas, of 

Brook, 8. 111. 
Bowlby, Bev. Henry B., 18, 398. 
Bowie, John, Bishop of Rochester, 6, 

63m : 13. 102; John, 14, 178. 
Bowles, Rev. (1650), 17, 372. 
Bowles's servants. Rochester, 2, 77. 
Bowlev, near Lenham, 14, 64-5, 75-6, 

83-4. 
Bowls of copper in graves, 3, 42. 
Bowlton. a steward, 11. 234, 244. 
Bowman, allied to Deriu^, 10, 337. 
Bowne, of Cowden, Isaac, H, 392-3 ; 

John. 392-3 ; Samuel, 392. 
Bowring, Robt. (Staplehurst), will. 9, 

1L<7 ». 
Bowtell, Dr. John, 14, 175, 179, 180; 

Olive, 180. 
Bowyer, .Mary. d. of James, 16, 92. 
Box, Henry. 13. 307"j Maria, H. 325 ; 

l: ibert, 325 ; William, 13, 307. 
Boxley (Boxle, Boxleg, Buxlee), 1, 

238-9; 12. 230; 14- 265; 18, 25, 

352 ; in Thanet, 12. 339; barn, 

14. 18; church, 15. 219, 230; 
h plate, 17. 298, 420. 
Boxley, the Abboj of, 1,238-9,240; 

2. 262; 4. 215; 6- 227; 10. 128, 
111 : 12. 22 1. 227: 13- 501. 
Boxhv. Agnes, 14- 241; Johanna de. 

18- 338 : John de, 14. 241, 246 ; 

John, a .Monk of, 1, 240 ; Eoberl de, 

3- 246; William de, 14. 251 ; 18, 

Huxley Abbey, 1. 11; 2, 60, 150; 
B od of Grace, 11. Ixii ; see 14 
375, 380, 385-6 ; 15. xli. 

1. Roman building at, 15. \n\.- 
129, 

- ii ol Eugh <lc 11 
382. 
Boxworth (Cambridge), 15. 166. 
Boj Bishop, the, 7. 294 ». 



Bov, John (Buckinge, 1546), 8, 313. 

Boyce, Capt. and Mrs.. 11. 300. 

Boycote, Agnes, 14. 277-S: Alice, 11, 
348; John, 348; John,' labourer, 
13, 561 ; John de, 14, 277-8 ; Lucia, 
350; Philip de, 350; Robert de, 
348 ; Thomas (Fordwich, 1670), 18, 
88; William (Fordwich, 1652). 88. 

Boycott, Geo., of Smarden, 9. 234; 
Thomas (1522), 12, 423 ; Thos., 
18. 401. 

Boyde, John (Lymne, 1 119), 18, 444. 

Boyden, George, 11, 157. 

Boydyn, John, 2. 127. 

Boye,* Rev. Thomas, 16, 86. 

Boyere, Geoffrey le, 15, 3G6 ; Robert 
le, 366. 

Boyes, Edmonde, 11, 390 ; Sir Edward, 
i5, 365; Thomas, 12, 389. 

Boyle, first Earl of Cork, tomb in Pres- 
ton Church, 9, lxxiii ; Elizabeth, 
d. of Richard, Earl of Burlington, 

17, 56; Henrv, 17, 391; Hon. 
Henry, 391 ; Hon. Richard, 15, 36 ; 
Hon. "Robert, 17, 391 ; Roger, Earl 
of Orrery, 11, 300. 

Boynton, manor of, 10, 130. 

Bovntone (Boyntune), John de. 3, 
261 ; John, son of Robert de, 12, 
208, 214; heirs of John de, 10, 130. 

Boys, Rev. Alan, 16, 86 ; Anne, 14, 
116, 124, 130; Christopher, 5, 113 ; 
Colonel, 5, 98, 101; Edward, 14, 
117; Edward (1582), 10, cxiv ; Ed- 
ward, of Uffington, 5, Ho; Sir Ed- 
ward (1642), 2, 182; Sir Edward, 

18, 366; Jane, 18, 425 ; John, 14, 
381, 383; John {ob. 1661), 116, 130; 
Capt. John, 11, 292; Col. John (ob. 
1710), 116; Col. John, 15, 403; 
John, Dean of Canterbury, 14- 17 1. 
289 ; John, of Elmston, 5', 112 ; Mr. 
John, 4, 252 ; Sir John, 14, 117 ; 
Sir John, of Bonnington, 3, 183 et 
seq.; John, W., 5, 123; John, of 
Westminster, 11, 303; Joseph, 5, 
85; Mary (Lady Head). 14, 117; 
Mrs., 5, 98, 101 ; Mr., 3, 145 ; 15, 
181,193; Mr. (1783), 12, 5-10, 254, 
258, 262; Sir Richard, 5. 74; Rich- 
ard, 4, 229, 233 ; Rev. Robert (Ivy- 
church, 1663), 13. 459; 16. 290; 
Samuel, 5, 85: Thomas. 18, 125; 
Thomas, of Willesborough, 4- L20, 
121 : N'm.. of Nonington, 11, 102 ; 
Sir William (1657-1744}, 14, 116-7, 
124 ; ffra, 9, 33 n ; Win, of Hawk- 
hurst,263 ; W., on Richborough, 8, 
1, 8, 10, 13; family, a proverb, 9, 
142. 

Boyse, allied to Dering, 10, 315,349. 



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Boywyk, Margeria, 15, 281 ; Thos.de, 
14,25(3 ; William de, 281; (1271), 6, 

240. 
Braban, John, 11, 336 ; John (1422), 

17, 18. 
Brabazon, Roger le, 9, 161; (1305), 

10, 225, 23i ; 14. 186, 188, 199. 
Brabford, see Bayford. 
Brabourne (Braborne), 6,84; 12,220; 

iuventoiy of parish church goods, 

8. 110 ; manor, 10, 134, 259 ; Lees, 

134; park, 134, 274; Court Lodge, 

14, 177 ; church plate, 17, 300, 420; 

fines, 12, 290; 14, 260; 15, 308. 
Brabourne Church, 6, 84, 86 ; 10, xli ; 

Sir Gilbert Scott on, 1-9; Scott 

monuments in, 259. 
Brabourne, William (1541), 16, 289 ; 

Mr. (1546), 17, 109 ; Thomas (1410), 

14, 141 ; Lord, 18, 368. 
Bracun, Adam, H, 358 ; Matilda, ib. 
Bradbury, Godfrey, 18, 38. 
Brade, John le (Estritling), 6, 228. 
Bradefeld, see Bradfield. 
Bradegare, see Bredgar. 
Bradelee, Geoffrey, labourer, 2, 127. 
Brade mede, in La Ware, 3, 215. 
Bradestede, see Brasted. 
Bradfield, Henry de (1246), 2, 294; 

John de, Bishop of Rochester (1278), 

3, 99. 
Bradfield, Robert (Lymne, 1469), 18, 

Bradeford (Bradeforde), 11, 313. 
Bradford, Abraham, 18, 101 ; John de, 

13, 299 ; Robert, 18, 444. 
Bradford on Avon, Saxon carvings, 13, 

61, 72. 
Bradfyle arms, 10, 330. 
Bradley, Robert (Sheldwich, 1505), 18, 

297; Thomas, Vicar of Elham, 10, 55. 
Bradshaw, Adam, Boxley, 1, 14 ; John, 

16, 56 ; Lord, 12, 101 ; Mr. and 

Mrs. (1659), 17, 330, 337, 339; 

Mary, 364. 
Bradshawe, Charlotte, 18, 355 ; Peter, 

11, 223, 224; Rachel A. Harden, 

355. 
Bradsole Abbey, 14, 140. 
Bradwardine. Archbishop, 18, 170. 
Bradwell Priory, 14, 340. 
Braems, Sir Arnold, 14, 179, 180-1 ; 

Margaret, 179; Walter, 179. 
Brafy, Richard (1504), 16, 316. 
Brag, George (1042), 2, 189. 
Braganza, Katherine of, portrait at 

Sandwich, 15, 143. 
Bragelond, James, of Staplehurst, 9, 

201. 
Braibceuf, Clemencia, child of Stephen 

de Thurnham, 5, 217. 



Braibroc, Walter de, 13, l 17. 
Brakwell, allied to Barre, 4, 122. 
Bramber, 15, 344. 
Brambiltighe, in Hackington, John 

Roper's, in 1523. 2, 16L 

Bramdean, Roman pavement, 15,133. 

Bramfeld, Gunilda (Ore), 4, 302 ; 
Roger de, 4, 301. 

Bramling, 14, L13, lis, L20. 

Brampton(Bramton,Bramptone),Alice, 
14,25!); John, 15, 21); 16, 132-3 ; 
Richard de, 10, 1 17; Robert de, 13. 
3C2, 477 ; Thomas de ( L363),18, 363 ; 
William de, 12, 224 ; 14, 259; 18, 
145 ; heirs of William de, 145. 

Bramston arms, 18, 412. 

Brancaster, in Norfolk, 18, 41. 

Brand, Elizabeth, 18, 40; Henry, 40; 
Mr. Thomas, 14, 210 n. 

Brandford, Jas. (1651), 9, 49. 

Brandon, Charles, Duke of Suffolk, 5, 
85 ; Thomas, 16, 233. 

Brandone, Reginald de, Rector of Orp- 
ington, 13, 382. 

Brandrede (next Acrise), 12, 299. 

Brandrede, Johanna de, 11, 349 ; Robt. 
de, 349. 

Branketre, Rev. Adam de, 16, 112. 

Branten, Gilbert de, W., 5, 217. 

Brasier, Richard (Chelsfield), 8, 130; 
Thomas, 15, 272. 

Brasinges, Wm. de, 12, 232. 

Brasses, Flemish, 9, 148; French, 9, 
149, 157 ; Mr. Kadwell's rubbings 
of, 1, lxi; 2, xliii ; tracings {circa 
1630) by Sir Edward Dering, 1, 51 ; 
formerly in Dover Castle, Maidstone, 
Sevington, Willesboro', and Ashford 
Churches, 1, 176; 2, 103-10; 4, 
117. 

Brasses in churches, at Bethersden, 16, 
72 ; Bexley, 18, 373-4 ; Brabourne, 
6, 84, 86 ; 10, 262, 264; Brenchley, 

13, 135 ; Canterbury (St. Martin's), 

14, HI ; Cheriton, 18, 355 ; Chev- 
ening, 16, 115 et seq. ; Cobhain, 11, 
52, 56-8, 65-70, 85-92, 100, 105-8 ; 

12, 161-6 ; 18, 448-9 ; Cooling, 11, 
lvii ; Craubrook, 9, xcvi ; Dartford, 
18, 390 ; Erith, 16, 213 et seq. ; 
Etchingham, 9, cxvii ; Faversham, 
9, lxi ; 11, 27 ; 18, 113; Hever, 1, 
120, 122 ; Higham, 11, lix ; Hors- 
monden, 1, Hi ; East Langdon, 11, 
11; Leigh, 1, 120; Lullingstone, 

16. 104, 230 ; Lydd, 6, 262, 263 ; 

13, 437-43; Minster (in Shepey), 9, 
149; Orpington, 13, 383 ; Pluckley, 
9, 153; Preston, 9, Ixxiii ; Rainham, 

17, 57, 60; Romney Marsh, 13, 
416; Sheldwich, 18, 290-1 ; Shepey, 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I.' — XVIII. 



7. 893 ; 9. l 19; Stone,3,126; Sund- 
ridge, 10- 275-6; 16.-7.".: Teyn- 
ham, 1, 88; Warehorne, 4, 101; 
Willesborough, 6- 253 n ; Wrotham, 
9. lvi. 320. 

Brasted (Bradestede, Brastead, Brae- 
tede), 12, 233; 14. 22s ; Delaware 
in. 3. 215 : manor, 10. L53; 16, 27, 
::i ; fines of lands in, 13, 317 ; 14, 
243; 15. 287, 306; church plate, 
17,301. 

Br sted, William de, 13. 299. 

Brasted Church, monument of Sir 
it Heath, 5, 33. 

Bratell, Stephen, will, 9. 196». 

Brateberg, runic slums. 8, 192, 193. 
e,Gamaliel,17,312; Mr. (1651), 
15. 193, 200; Mr., 18, 162. 

Bratyl, Robert, 2. 126. 

Braunche, John. 13, 86. 

Braune, Lottos, 11, 155. 

Brawghton, recluse at, 11, 30, 37. 

Bray, Ann. H, 208; Edinond and 
John, Barons of, 200 ; Edmund, 
Lord, 12, 126 ; Pridesivede, 16, 103 ; 
John, Lord, 12, 118, 126; 16, 105; 
Michael, 10, 1-13. 

Braybrok, T., 4 86. 

Braybroke, William (Newchurch), 
L373), 13, -464. 

Braybrooke, Joan (ux. T. Brooke), 11, 
100, L01, I 1"; Joan (ob. 1131), see 
De La Pole; Sir Reginald, son of 
Sir Gerard, 11, 87-89, 91 ; Thomas 
de, 12, 236. 

Brav, Gilbert le, 14. 197. 

Braye, Mr., 3, 192. 

Brayfield, Thomas, 18,28. 

Brayles, Margaret, widow, 12, 421; 
Stc]. hen, 423. 

Brayne, Margaret (1174), 10, 60, 63, 

64. 
Brazur, William le (Canterbury, 

L251), 2. 303, 310. 
Breach) Breche) Dow n-. Saxou remains, 

3, 13: in Aylesford, 5, 271. 
Breamare, near PordingbrMge, 6, 33 ,t. 
Breche, John. 13. 383, fc26l 
Breckenden, Lidia, 17. 66; Thos.,ifi. 
B sitheherst, Goditha do. 6. 221. 
16, 3-.' : land in. 18. 58. 
bamme, Clement do, 15, l's i ; 

Matilda, 284. 

ostone Hill, near Dover, 13. 282. 

d ■ 1 17::/. 10- 59, 60,63, 64. 

I; ar | Bradegare), 15, :;7_? ; 17. 12. 

279; inscriptions and parish registers, 

6. 258, 259; church plate, 16. 

348-9, 133: 17. :'■'»_'; lino, of 

lands in, 11. 315, 348; 12. 211'.); 

15. 284, 288; Jas.Tonge,of,18,29. 



Bredgar, Adam, son of Robert de, 11. 
333 ; Agnes de, ib. : John de, ib. 

Bredger, Joan. 18, 20 : Root., 20. 

Bredgman, John, 18, 405,416. 

Bredhurst, 14. 258; Adam, Vicar of 
(1400), 2, 28; Vicar's endowment, 
15, 218; church plate, 17, 304. 

Bredkyrke, Henry (1551), 18, 297. 

Bredou, Walter de, 13, 296. 

Bree.Rev. R..,4,102. 

Breedon Abbey, 15, 03. 

Bregg, Robert (1372), 13, -177. 

Bregge, see Bridge. 

Breggeham, Robert, 13- ~> '•"'■ 

Bregis, John. W.. 6. 268. 

Bregoman, Margaret, 11, 372. 

Brek, Luke de, 13, 382. 

Brekenoke, Thos., 11, 381. 

Brekesper, Reynold (1522), 12, 425. 

Brekyepotes Lane, Canterbury, 13, 87. 

Bremar, Nicholas. 14, 319. 

Bremhel, John, 14. 195, 203; Robt., 
191, 195, 203. 

Brembil, William, 15, 296. 

Brembre, Sir Nicholas, 11, 80, 81. 

Brenchley | BranceBle, Branchesle, 
Brenchesle, Brenchesley, Brenehis- 
ley, Brentchley), 4, 315, 320 ; 10, 
150; 12, 229; 13, 10, 127, 128; 

14, 239, 29C, 327, 330, 335 ; 18. 16, 
23,32,36; Hundred, 10, 150; 12, 
223: Roberts' house, 135; brief for 
the church, 14, 213 ; church plate, 
17, 304; fines of lands, 11, 335; 
13, 293, 295, 298, 310; 14, 241; 

15. 296. 

Brenchley church, 13, 127-140 ; be- 
quest to (1474), 2,230. 

Brenchley, James, 13, 137; Joan, 18. 
378; John, 1, 169; John, of Leeds 
Priory, 2, 63; Walter, of Denyden, 
7, 237: William, T., 4, 82; Wil- 
liam, a judge, 5, 27; Sir William, 
13, 137. 

Brenley (Brenle), 14, 199 ; Elfich de, 
10, 231; Elizabeth, 13. 307; Gil- 
bert, 307 ; Gilbert de, 14, L92, L95, 
L97, 199, 250; Henry de, 199; 
Henry de, T., 3, 89; Jacob de. 14. 
188, 190-1, 193. L97, L99; James, 
10,231 ; John. 231 ; Laurence, 10, 
199; Laurence de, T., 3. >- s . 89; 
Margera de, 14. L96, 199 ; Nicholas 
de, 1st;. L88 \ 13. 307 ; Salamon de, 
307; Thomas, 10. 231 ; 14. L92, 195, 
L97, L99; William de, 10, 231. 

Uremic. Jordan de (Shorne, 12 16), 2, 
295. 

Breno's widow (1528), 17, 94. 

BebnT, Cm 11, l'.S.A., on Pilgrims 
Bigns, 13, 111-115. 



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Brent, of Charing, 2, HO; Hugh, 4, 
25:5; allied to Dering, 2, 110; 10, 
327, 345, 340 ; arms, 330. 

Brent, John, F.S.A., 3, 36 ; on 
Bekesbourne shaft, 2, 43 ; on 
Roman cemeteries in Canterbury, 4, 
27; on Sarre, 5, 305; 6, 157; 7, 
307; Roman armilke, 5, 44 ; Tumu- 
lus at Stowting, 9, 20. 

Brent, Amy, 16, 262; John (1552), 
8, 128; 'John, 16, 263; Mistress, 
17, 96; Mr. (1485), 16, 293; Sir 
Nicholas (1633), 18, 329; Robert, 
11, 395 ; 18, 17 ; Roger (1491), 16, 
303 ; Thomas, 11, 390 ; 18, 17 ; Wm. 
(1463), 10, 254 ; William, 16, 262. 

Brenton, John, 17, 29. 

Brenzet (Brenzett, Bresete), 11, 330, 
333 ; 12, 189, 196, 261 ; 15, 284, 
299; inventory of parish church 
goods, 8, HO; rood-loft, 14, 367, 
372 ; church plate, 17, 305. 

Brenzet, Vicar of (1731), 2, 94. 

Breowse, see Bruosa. 

Brerefreyston, see Barfreston. 

Breres, Henry, 11, 392, 393. 

Bresete, see Brenzet. 

Bresinge, 10, 144; Sara de, ib. 

Brest, the heirs of John, 14, 195. 

Bret (Brett, Brette), Agnes, 14, 274; 
Alex.. 11, li, 141, 143; Alice, 10, 
lxi, lxiii ; 14, 242 ; Dawson, 16, 79 ; 
Sir Edward, of Blendon Hall, 18, 
375; Mr. Fisher, 375; Gyles, of 
Kingsnorth, 9, 276 ; John le, W., 
5, 200 ; John, of Lyminge, 10, li ; 
Judith, 13, 476 ; Mary, of Suave, 

16, 78; Nicholas le, 14, 274; 
Richard le, 242 ; Robert de, 10- 
274; Stephen, 13,476; Stephen 
{oh. 1669), 476; Thomas, 16, 75; 
Rev. Thomas (Ruckinge, 1705), 8, 
314 ; Dr. Thomas, of Spring Grove, 
9,52, 55, 123; administrations, 18, 

17, 20, 22, 26. 

Bret executed, 1553, 4, 221. 

Bretavne, Thomas (1522), 12, 421. 

Bretel (Bretell, Breteile), John (1198), 
1, 259; Robert, 259; Robert de 
(Roinney), 5, 274 ; Robert, 10, 273. 

Breton (Breten, Bretton, Bretoun), 
Alice, 13, 292 ; 18, 350; Anthony, 
Leeds Priory, 2, 64 ; John, 18, 350 ; 
John de, 2, 36, 37; John le, 13, 
292 ; 14, 243 ; Sir John le, 6, 237 ; 
Maria, 14, 261-2, 272; Walter, 14, 
261-2, 272 ; William de, 13, 121. 

Brethiam, Rev. Thomas, 16, 67, 

Bretigny, treaty of, 11, 74. 

Brettesbroke, 10, 141 ; see Batsbroke 
and Baysbroke. 



Bretyndene, John. 16, 35. 

Breus (Brus), Robert de, 5, L82 

William de, 182. 
Brewer, John (Romney, 1698), 13. 
479; Mary, 15, 124-6; Richard, T., 

3, 74; Thomas, 15, 121, 126. 
Brewer, allied to Willoughby, 4,256. 
Brewes, John, 15, 23 I. 
Brewosa, William de, 15, 27^-'.*. 
Brewster, William (1522), 12, 121. 
Brice (Briers), John (1142). 10. 2 17; 

George, W., 6, 287. 
Brichell, Brickhell, 6, 202, 203. 
Briches-campe, Alverinche (Leeds, 

1263), 3, 253. 
Brichilton, 15, 286. 
Brickenden (Brikenden), Katherine, 

18, 22; Richard, H, 400. 
Brickenden, allied to Dering, 10. '■'>-~i ■ 
Bricket, John, H, 403 ; family, of 

West Wickham, 15, 380. 
Brickies, Richard (1445), 10, Lx. 
Bricthina (1202), 2, 271-2. 
Brid, Adam, 13, 300; Alan (1246), 2, 

294; Avicia, 13, 300; Edward, 8, 

287 ; Stephen, 286, 287. 
Bridekirk, 11, 274, 291. 
Bridge (Bregge, Brugge), 13, 353; 

14, 173-5, 179-81, 183; parish 

registers, 4, 252 ; watch at, 8, 309 ; 

stocks at, 9, 85 ; the Vicar, 1 87 ; 

Hundred, 10, 118, 159; 12, 203; 

fines of lands. 11, 350; 12, 293; 

14, 258, 270; 15, 288, 290, 301; 

church, 14, 178; place, 181; church 

plate, 17, 305. 
Bridge (Brege), Thomas atte (1444), 

13, 437 ; AVilliam (1522), 12, 426. 
Bridger, allied to Derintr, 13, 438 ; 

Edith, 18, 440; John, 440; Thomas, 

440. 
Bridges, 12, 21 ; arms, 18, 412. 
Bridges, Francis, 18, 39; John, 32, 

39 ; John (1667), 12, 23 ; Lady, 5, 

93, 102 ; Mary, 16, 93 ; 18, 30 ; 

Rev. Nathaniel, of Wadenhoe, 16, 

93; William, 18, 30, 331. 
Bridget's, St., Bower, 9, 123. 
Bridgewater, T., 4, 70 n. 
Bridgewater, Rev. John, 15, 243. 
Bridgewater (1642), 2, 181. 
Bridgman, 8ir Orlando, 6, 71 ; 14, 

233 ; Stephen, 18, 27. 
Briefs, collected in Bridge, 14, L83-4 

Cranbrook, 206-222 ; Ickham, 1 is 

Patricksbourne, 181 ; forQueenboro 

Church tower, 15, 364. 
Brigbourne, allied to Dering, 10, 345. 
Brigett, John, 14, 298. 
Brigge, William, Vicar of Godmers- 

ham, 2, 63. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Brigham, allied to Oxenden, 6- 280. 

Bright, Barbara, 18. 22 ; Margaret, 
u Bodes, 37 ; Margan t. 37 : 
Robert, 37 ; Ralfe, 17- - 

Brightelmeston, 14. 254, 259. 

Brightlynge manor, 13. 322. 

Brightwell, Oxon, 1. 86. 

Brihtrio, 1, 62. 

Brill, tli.'. 9. L34. 

Brimmesford, Margeria, 11, 357 ■, 
Thomas de, 357. 

Brimston, in Faversham, 13- ■"• 1 i. 

Bringbourne, John, of Faversham, 11, 
ion. 

Brinklow, Upper and Lower. 13. 140. 

Brinley, Sir Lawrence de, 14, 199; 
see Brenley. 

Brinnyston, in Faversham, 14) 202. 

Brionne, changed fur Tunbridge, 5, 
23; castle; 14. 327; 16. 15. 

Briscoe, John (1663), 18- 214. 

Briset, A.rnald,12, 231. 

Brisk, Rev. Peter, 16- I-'-'. 

Brisseadeo (Brissendene), 14, -11 ; 
John, of Ashford, 5, 11-4. 

Bristock, I teorge, 1, 187. 

Bristol (Bristoll), surrendered to the 
Kinu r , 3, 149; public penance at, 
14. LOO; castle, 16- 32 ; St. Mary, 
Redcliffe, 15. 364; diamonds, 183. 

Bristol, Bishop of. 15. 32; Earl of, 1, 
203; Giles of, W., 6, 211 ; James 
Master at, 15- L83; Lord (1663), 
18- 115; Robert, Chaplain of Hever, 
6. 210,21 I : William of. W., 5,203, 
208; 6- 192. 

Bristow, Frances) 16] 134-6; Robert, 
16. 131. 13(5; Walter. 14. 178. 

Britall, William de (1322), 14, 126. 

Brit bred, Johanna, 11, 348; Wm., 
:•■ is. 

British camps, 9, liii ; :it Bigbury, 
L3; Dear Dartford, 18. 306-7; 
Iilins Wnod. is: aear Tunbridge, 1, 
L09 ; near lieigate, ill: near Staple- 
burst. 13, 192-3; manv in Kent. 
13- 8-16. 

British gold coins found at Cudham, 
5. 330; at Borden, 9, 299; at 
Weeterham, 18- 193. 

British beads, 9- 25; cremation, 20; 
but pits. 9, bv : remains near Dart- 
ford, 18- 304-318; torques and 
armillse, 9i i rl s <<i-\ urns, 10». 17, 
1 8 : tumuli at Ringwould, 21 ; 
Tillage at Ramsgate, 18- L-4. 

Brito, Guillelmus, 6. 3; Richard de, 
13. in. 

Unite, John, of Dartford, 8, L39 ; 
l: iger i L522), 12- 125. 

Briwer, William (1195), 1. 229. 



Briwerr, William (1219), 2- 315 n. 
Brixworth Church, 15, 55; Saxon 

tower of, 14, HO. 

Broadhull, 13, 355; watch at, 8, 30-4, 
309, 310; now Dymchurch, 305. 

Broadhurst, in Horsted Ke3 r nes, a 
staircase portcullis there, 1, 118. 

liroadnax, (Brodanx, Brodnaux), Ann, 
18. 351!; Joane, wife of Robert, 
356 ; Richard, 13, 280; Robert, of 
Cheriton, 18, 365 ; Thomas, of 
Godmersham, 356 ; Thomas, of Bur- 
marsh, 8. tl-4; Thos., on Committee 
of Kent, 9, 33 », 47 ; William (1708), 
2. 93. 

Broadoak, Brenchley, 13, 138-40. 

Broadstairs, 12, 256, 257, 330, 385-7 ; 
pier, 386 ; Milton Place, 380 ; 
chapel of St. Mary, 256, 286; 
church plate. 17, 306. 

Broadwater Down. Sussex, 1. 110. 

Broc, Robert de, 13, 501. 

Brock, E. P. Loftus, F.S.A., 15, 
56-8; on Christianity in Britain 
under Roman rule, 38-55 ; ou old 
glass ai Wc-tbere Church, 17, 1-3. 

Brockhull (Brochelle, Brockhill, 
Brockhul,Brokhull), 11, 310; manor, 

10, 126 ; arms, 15, 6 ; family, 4, 
123 ; allied to Dering, 10, 327." 

Brockhull, Adam, 11,327; Christian 
de, 18, 362; Edward, Lord of 
Aldington manor, 18, 247; Eliza- 
beth, 18. 423 ; Helen, H, 371 ; 
Henry, 18, 243; James, H, 327; 
John, 327 ; 13, 417 ; Sir John de, 
1, 128; Margaret, 11, 326; 13, 
300; 18, 423; Robert, 11, 327; 
Thomas. 10, 126-7, 142 ; 11. 327 ; 
18. 422, 423 ; Thomas de (1373), 6, 
86 ; Thomas de, 13, 300; 18, 362 : 
William, 10, 126, 127, 130, 131 ; 

11, 32(5, 327, 368; 13, 417; 17, 
24; 18. 423; William de, 13, 300; 
18, 362. 

Broclaunde, see Brookland. 
Brockley Hill church plate, 17, 307. 
Brockman (Brokeman), pedigree, 18, 

355; in Birchington, 12,406. 
Brockman, Caroline. 18. 307; Henry, 

17, 237 ; Henry, of Beachborough, 

18. 356; Henry, of Shuttlesfield, 
16. 334; James." 18, 366, 367; J. 
I I 7 is), 2,93; John,ofBoughton,6j 
IS7 ; John and Wm.. of Ashford, 7, 
236; Capt. John, 18. 357 ; Rev. 
.1. Drake. ;ic,7 ; .Mana. :s5:j; Mary, 

357; Ralph D.. 367; Rev. Tattoo, 
Ti:\, 353, 367, 368; Thomas, 367; 
Thomasina, 16, 334; William, 18, 
363, 365. 



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Broctone, Adam do, 14, 196. 

Brodbent, Richard, 17, 81. 

Brode, 16, 185 ; John, 18, 10S ; John 
(1379), 2. 26; -John (Gwederyng- 
ton, in Mersham), T., 3, 84 bis. 

Brodole, Win. (1351), 14, 127. 

Brodene, George, Curate of Brook- 
land, 8, HI. 

Broderip, Wm. (Brookland). 13, 487. 

Brodeye, Thomas (1263), 4, 311. 

Brodfeld, Richard (1522), 12, -421. 

Brodhelle, Dymehurch, 10, 224, 231 ; 
14, 191-2. 

Brodstrete, John (1522), 12, 426; 
(1579), 17, 137 ; Peter, of Little 
Chart, 9,280. 

Brogan, Hamo (1252), 2, 308. 

Broghton, John (1362), 18. 426. 

Brograve, Mr. (1050), 15, 189. 

Brokedale, Mabel, 14, 196, 205; Michael 
de, 197 ; Robert de, 205. 

Brokeforde, William de, 18, 342. 

Brokehole, Richard (1522), 12, 423 ; 
arms of Thomas de, 15, 6. 

Brokhurste, Richard, 2, 59. 

Brokelaud, see Brookland. 

Broker, or Brooker, family, 6, 278, 279 ; 
wills, 288 ; seal of James, 291. 

Brokescombe, Adam de, 10, 131. 

Brokescroft, in Crayford, 18, 325. 

Brokeshole, William de (Rucking, 
1250), 2, 301. 

Brokhampton, Thomas, 2, 34. 

Brokkescumbe, Adam de, 14, 268 ; 
Cecilia, 268. 

Broklonde, see Brookland. 

Brome, see Broom. 

Brome, Alice, 17, 207 ; Emma de, 
widow of Henry (Pet ham), 3, 238; 
Capt. George (1471), 12, 32 ; Symon, 
41; Captain (1588), 43; Bartholo- 
mew, 44; James (1679), 18, 333, 
366 ; Walter de, son of Henry 
(Petham), 3, 238. 

Bromeham, 13, 133. 

Bromet, Dr., 15, 85. 

Bromfield, Elias, 16, 198, 199 ; Wil- 
liam (1522), 12, 424. 

Bromheye (Bromeye, Bruineye), 10, 
145; 12, 304; Grange (1337), 3, 
100. 

Bromidge, Abraham, Vicar of Sheld- 

wich (1625), 18, 298; Lydia, 298. 
Bromle3' (Bromleag, Bromleg, Brom- 
lega, Bromleghe, Bromly, Brumly), 
1, 141; 6, 217; 9, 83; 10, 154; 
12, 236, 296, 297 ; 13, 8, 12, 146 ; 
14, 230; 18, 8, 12, 14, 23, 14fi ; 
college, 9, 187 ; communion plate, 
17, 308, 309, 310 ; fair, 15, 175, 
189; Hundred, 10, 154; 12, 236; 



parish church goods, 8, 112 ; manor 
and church, 13, 146-7 ; palace, L54 

Bromley, arms, 4, 253; Edward of, 
W., 6,217; Milo de, 15,299; Welf- 
geot de, 13, 1 1" ; allied to Womb- 
well, 4, 253. 

Bromley, .James Master at, 15, 180, 
183, 187, 196, 199, 213. 

Brompston (Bromstone, Bronston, 
Brumpstone), John de, 14, L97, 
202 ; Roger de, 14, 195, 196, 202 ; 
Thomas, 12, 422. 

Brompston, Thomas, 2, 9, 28; wrote 
North wood Roll. 39. 

Brompton (New) church plate, 17, 
311. 

Bron, Henry, W., 5, 218. 

Brondysch, John (Abbot of Langdon), 
15, 60. 

Brone, La, Rainham, 3, 2 43. 

Broning, Robert (12(58), 5, 2115. 

Bronze, celts, 9, 300 ; fibulae and rings 
in Saxon cemetery at Sarre, 5, 311, 
313; 6, 164, 170, 171, 181, 182 ; 7, 
317, 341 ; at Richborough, 8, 11, 
12. 

Bronze thumb, hollow, 18, 8. 

Brooches, distinct classes of, 8, 237; 
Anglian type found in Norway, 203 ; 
large tau-shaped from Norendorf, 
252. 

Brook (Broc, Brok, Broke, Browke), 
13, 353 ; 14, xliii, 41, 47, 49, 53 ; 
16, 161 ; in Rolvenden, 6, 247 ; boro' 
in Aloesbridge Hundred, 12, 211 ; 
farm in Reculver, xlvii ; ville in 
Wye Hundred, 216 ; place, 16, 168. 

Brook Church, 15, lxvii ; church plate, 
17, 311; parish church goods, 8, Ills 
Parson of (1325), 15, 291. 

Brook (Broc), Ailnod de, and Mabilia, 

2, 239, 240 ; Alicia de, 12, 252. 
Brook, Sir Basil, fellow-prisoner of Sir 

Roger Twysden, 2, 190. 

Brook, Mrs. Edward, 16, 197, 198. 

Brook, Gervase de la (Ditton, 1721), 
6,238; Hamo de la (Woodchurch, 
1260), 3, 251 ; Henry. 18, 33 ; Hu- 
bert de, W., 6, 203 ; Hugh de, 3, 
143 ; 15, 7 ; John del (Leeds, 1263), 

3, 253 ; John (1522). 12, 424 ; 
John, of Rochester, 18, 214; 
Lambert in the, 11, 339; Laurence 
de, 12, 233 ; 15, 6 ; Leiota, 11, 339 ; 
Mr. (1644), 3, 192; Mr., 18, 200; 
4,173; P. C, of Uflford, gives etch- 
ing of Cobham brasses, 10. xliii; 
Cobham collections, 12, 162, 166; 
Ralph, York Herald (1662), 10, 
Ixxxviii ; 12,253; Richard, a judge 
(1523), 2, 154; Richard, of Wing- 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



ham, 61; Samson del, a tenant 
in Eudimere (1197), 1. -'17: Sarah, 
18. 66; Thomas, oi Snodland, 10, 
321 : Thomas (1504), 16. 318 ; 
Walter del, Trottesclive (1263), 3, 
265 ; WilMten, of Hartlip (1619), 
15. 1 1 : Sir Wm., on committee of 
Kent, 9. 33 n ; William, ib.; (1522), 
12,424. 
Brook. orBrooke, family (Lords of Cob- 
liami, arms, 11, 100 ; Anne, Lady 
Cobham, 12, 125-8; Anne, her 
daughter, 130. 142; Cranmer, 11, 
112': Duke (1605), 12, 161 ; Edward, 
Lord Cobham (06. 1464), 11, 101-3; 
Sir Edward (1529), 111; Edward 
and Kdmund. 12, 131; Elizabeth 
(1529), 11, 111; Elizabeth, -Mar- 
chioness of Northampton, 12, 125, 
L29, 111; Elizabeth (ob. 1596), 154 ; 
Elizabeth, nee Peche, 16, 104-5; 
Frances, Lad}' Cobham, 11. lxvii. 
lxxxiv, 201-8; Capt. F. C, 216; 
George, Lord Cobham (oh. 1558), 

11, ill. 111.'. 1 tl-3 200, 208; 12, 
113-135; his will, 12 1: his tomb, 
126-134; 14,325: his son George, 

12, 125, 130, 135 ; George, of Cob- 
ham, 16. LD4; Geo., Lord, 17, 215; 
Hi nr\ ,Lord< !ol ilia 11 l.ll. xxxix.lxvii- 
lx.xi. 'l.xxvi-viii, 202, 208, 210-13, 
217-0, 225, 23TL, 233 ; Eenry, son 
of Geo., Lord C, 11, 208 ; 12, 131, 
L39, 140; Henry, son of William, 
166-161 ; Sir Henry Cobham, 18, 
30: John, son of George, Lord C, 
11, 208; 12, 125, 131, 139; tomb 
al NewingtoUj 140; John, Lord 
Cobham (ob. 1512), 11, 103-6, 394; 
Sir John, of Heckington, 206-208; 
John, fifth Baron C, 16,104; John, 
Lord, 17, 161-4, 168,213; Catherine 
I L552), 12. L25, 1 12; (Lady, 1550), 
14. 225; Margaret (1529), 11, 111 ; 
Mary I L552), 1 12 ; .Maximilian, H, 
lxvii", 208, 233 ; 12, 1 18, 156; his 
baptism, 11, 201 ; Sir Thos. (ob, 
1 us/. 11. 101 ; Sir Thomas (ob. 
I 139), 2. 101 ; 11,99, 101 : Thomas, 
sixth Lord Cobham (ob. L529), 

11, l.XV, 106-112: 16. 104 : Thomas, 
his boh, 11. 111. 112: Thomas, smi 

of G sorge, Lord C, 12- L22-3, 12c. 
131, L35-139, 1 19; William, Lord 
Cobham (06. L597), 11. lwi.lx.xiv, 
9, 112. 111. 199, 200-208, 225. 231 ; 

12. 122. L25, L30, 1 12-156; his will, 
209-16 : Sir William, bod of William, 
Lord C. 11. 21 1-213; Sir William, 

restored in blood, 206, 207, 208; 12, 
62,162-8; his widow Penelope, 11, 



207, 208 ; his wife Pembroke, 208 
Win., Lord C, 12. 69; 16. 172 ; 
17, 215. 

Brooke, allied to Beet, 4, 268 ; to 
Darell, 17, 47; to Manning, 6, 271 ; 
to Peohe, 16, 238. 

Brookes Farm, 11, 215. 

Brookesbye, Obadiah (Ivyclmrch, 
1676), 13, 459. 

Brookhill, Wm.,17,24. 

Brook land | Broclaund, Brokeland), 11, 
42, 333; 13, 175, 189, 196, 261, 
295, 339; 14, 145; 15, 284, 289, 
299 ; passion play at, 13, 223; Vicar 
of, 14, 356. 

Brookland Church, 13, 480-7 ; peculiar 
design of, 414; leaden font in, 4, 
s? : 13. t83 : belfry isolated, 88; in- 
ventory of church goods, 111 ; 
church' plate, 17, 312. 

Brooman, Thomas, 12, 390. 

Broom-bed, see Genesteio. 

Broom-cod, the emblem of French 
Kings, 1, 78. 

Broome Park, 17,200; 18,68. 

Broome, Rev. J., Rector of Cheriton 
(1679), 18, 333. 

Broomfield (Bromfeld, Bromfield), 14, 
378; 18, 433 ; manor, 10, 1 12; 
church plate, 17, 313 : Roses Farm 
in, 18,251-2,433-5; Hatch epitaph, 
252 n. 

Broomfield, Amicia, 12, 307; Johanna 
de, 15. 300; John, of Klham, T., 3, 
75; Richard de, 12. 307; 15,300; 
William, 12. 124; Wm., of Borden, 
11, 399. 

Broomhill (Bromhill, Prumhelle), 13, 
17 1, 192, 254, 261. 

Broomsdown, Canterbury, anchor at, 
4, 41. 

Brotherhoods Wood, Fordwich, 18.89. 

Brotherhoods at Canterbury, St. Dun- 
stan's. 17, 144; of our Lady at 
Tenterden, 14, 52 ; Hall at Maid- 
stone, 1,168. 

Brough, Ann, arms, 13. 173. 

Brougham Castle, inscription, 11, 134. 

Broughton, allied to Lovelace, 10, 195. 

Broughton, Elizabeth, 18, 28; Roland, 
28. 

Brouherst, Thomas. 11,395. 

Broun, Master Henry; 4. 22s, 229, 
233; Henry, 15,274; Robert, 304 ; 

Robert, of Sandwich. 18, 312; Tho- 
mas (| HMD. 13. 545; Thomas 
(Lyinne, l 135), 18- I I I. 

Brouncker, Lord. H, 270. 

Brounkes, Thomas. 17. 103. 

Brounyng, Richard (1522), 12, 424. 

Brouston, John, T., 4, 82. 



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Brown (Brun), Rev. Claude, 18,409; 
David, 11, 150; 15, 271 ; George, 11, 
156 ; John, T., 3, 89 ; 4, 75 ; 5, *>« ; 
9, 33 n, 48 ; 11, 154 ; 15, 113, 272 ; 
16,221,235; 18,15; Jonathan, 10, 
208, 209 ;. Ion la n le, 12, 226; Cathe- 
rine, 18, 15; Major, 9, 49 ; Mar- 
geria, 13, 320; Sir Maurice le, 10, 
159; Maurice le, 13, 151; Mr. 
(1822), 1, 1G0 ; Noris le, 15, 18 ; 
Ralph, 18, 15; Robert, 13, 320; 

14, 351; Roger, 2,126; Stephen, 
16, 316 ; 18, 93 ; Rev. Stephen 
(1475), 16, 289; Thomas, 18, 435 ; 
Mayor of Sandwich, 15, 144 ; Wil- 
liam (1384), 2, 94; of Bexley, T., 

3, 77; William, W., 6, 203; Mr. 
William, 12, 255. 

Brown, allied to Lovelace, 10, 208. 

Browne, Dame Agnes, 7, 296 ; Alianor, 
11. 373; Ambrose, 14, 239; Sir 
Anthony, 6, 50; Bennet, 13, 92; 
Edmund, 18, 395 ; Edward, 11, 403 ; 
18, 102 ; Elinor, 2, 108 ; Ellen, 18, 
396 ; George (1465), 10, 256, 257 ; 
Henry, Viscount Montague, 13, 391, 
402 ; Henry, Mayor of Fordwich 
(1712), 18* 88; John, bailiff of 
Folkestone, 7, 237 ; 10, cix ; John, 
8, 85 ; 9, 200 ; John, of Chartham, 
129, 130 ; John, 14, 351 ; Sir John, 

15, 394; John, of Canterbury, 17, 
122, 128, 130, 131, 133, 135 ; John 
(Dartford, 1575), 18, 395 ; Margaret 
alias Fraunces, 18,26; Mary, wife 
of John, 16, 82; Mr. (1577), 10, 
202; Rafe, 11, 413; Sir Richard, 
280 ; Mr. Richard, 1, 213 ; 2, 175, 
182 ; 3, 167, 174 ; Richard, 18, 219 ; 
Robert, 5, 116 ; 13, 92 ; 18, 29 ; 
Rev. Robert, 14, 380, 386; 16, 113; 
Serjeant Samuel (1644), 3, 167, 175 ; 

4, 131, 137, 181 ; General, a rebel 
(1644), 3, 183; Stephen (1460), 10, 
322 ; Symon (1561), 17, 115, 118; 
Thomas, 16, 86 ; 11, 373; William, 
11, 381 ; Rev. William, 14, 385. 

Browne arms, 10, 330; 11, 397 ; allied 
to Gierke, 4, 247 ; to Wilmott, 16, 
82, 83 ; Rev. J. Cave, on Vicars of 
Thornham - cum - Aldington, 18, 
243-50; on Maidstone Church, 451-4 ; 
on Lambeth Palace, 15, 378-9. 

Browning (Brounynge), Alice, 11, 
375-6 ; Germanus, 15, 304 ; John 
and Peter, 304; Juliana, of Ashford, 
11, 401 ; Robert, 10, 127. 

Browning's Lane, Canterbury, 13,87. 

Brownson, Edward, 14, 239. 

Brownstone, Anthony (1587), 18, 249. 

Brownyng, Clement, of Postling, 10, 



290; John. 12,422; Richard (1412), 

2 15; Robert, W., 6, 284. 
Broyle Place, Sussex, 14, 122. 
Bruce, Elizabeth, wife <>r Kin-- Robert, 

11, 59, 6(); Isabel, prisoner in 
Rochester Castle, 6,46; John, Vicar 
of Brenzel (1731), 2, 94; Lord, 16, 
242; Robert, 6,46; see Knight. 

Brudenell, Sir Robert (1531), 1. 86. 

Bruer, John (1553). 18, 395. 

Bruera, Jordan de, 5, 289, 290 ; Philip 
de la (1263), 4, 313. 

Bruges, Louis de, Rochester, 6, 47. 

Bruges, Winifred, 17, 229 »; John, ib. 

Brumore (Breamore, near Fording- 
bridge), 6, 33 and n. 

Brumpston, see Bruiupslon. 

Brun, see Brown. 

Bruni, Estrangia, Godeleua, and 
Osbert (Aylesford), 3, 223. 

Brunig, tenant of W. de Plunton, 8, 
276. 

Bruning, Bartholomew (1268), 5,295 ; 
John, 13, 296 ; William, 295. 

Brunloc, Geffrey and Ralph (Snathes), 

3, 212. 

Brunstede, Rector of, 18, 394. 
Brunstun, Benedict (Gillingham), 4, 

299. 
Brunswick, Runic inscription, 8, 177. 
Brunswick, Duke of, 11, 230. 
Bruosa (Breowse), William de, 10, 

117. 
Brushing Court, 15, 75. 
Brut, arms of Joane le, 15, 6. 
Brutin, John (1248), 2, 297, 311; 

William (1252), 2, 311. 
Bruton Church, Somerset, 1, 86. 
Brutone, Henry de, 14, 265-6; 

Margeria, 265-6. 
Bruyn, Win, 11, 396. 
Bruyton, John de, 15, 217-8, 223-5, 

261 ; (Saltwood, 1320), 18, 426. 
Bryan arms and pedigree, 4, 244. 
Bryane, Ric, 11, 382. 
Bryanston, Dorset, 11, 253,255; 12, 

89. 
Bryce, John (1522), 12, 421 ; Thomas 

(1412), 10, 247; William, 13, 354. 
Brycke, William (1445), 10, lx. 
Bryd, John, 2, 124. 
Brydgcs, Charlotte Cath., 14, 124; 

Edward (allied to Head), 117 ; 

Ferdinand S. Head, 124 ; Sir 

S. E^erton, 117, 124; Thomas Bar- 

retCl24 ; William E. Barrett, 124. 
Brvtfht, John, 14, 319; Thomas, T., 

4, 71, 75 ; William, 18, 418. 
Brymstone, John, 11, 395. 
Bryse, Hewe (1465), 10, 255, 256. 
Brysseley, Richard (Horton), 2, 57. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Bryssende, Robert, 8, IOC. 

Brytwald, Abbot, Lyminge, 10. xlix. 

Bubb, .Mr. R., 12- xl, 169-171, 331, 
353, 354, 369, 380, 398 

I; ewitb, i: v. Nic. (1 157), 16, 290. 

Bucer, Man in. 12. L39. 

Bucharest Museum, Runes, 8. 18g. 

Bucher, allied to Turner, 6. 293. 

Buck, Charles. 14, 208, 209 n, 210 w, 
211 r». 

Bucke, Leticia, Mailing Abbey, 2, 57. 

Bucke, Sir Peter, Rochester, 6, 56. 

Buckeley, < ■ < •< 'H'r. - \ de, 11, 332. 

Buckener, Rev. l>r. Thomas, 16, 124. 

Buckeridge, John (Bishop), 13, 166. 

Buckhurst (Buu'hurst, Bukherst, 
Bokeshurst, Bokhurst, Bukinge- 
hursl ). Agnes, 18, 36 ; Alau de 
( L259), 3- -'17 ; Elizabeth, 36; Jas. 
and Maria, 9. 201 : Joan, 336 ; John, 
13, 213; the Lady (1580), 5, 114; 
Lord, the poet, 9, xxxviii, xli ; of 
Westenhanger, 10, cxni; Thomas, 
Lord, 17, 199; Margery (1259), 3, 
247; Thomas, 18, 3(5: Walker de, 
12. 305 ; William, 3, 247 ; 13, 220, 
2 12 ; 18. 36; William, W., 5. 82. 

Buckhurst, 11, 313 ; manor, 10, 128; 
park (1656), 15- 187, 189. 

Buckiner, Alice, 18, 18 ; Walter, 18. 

Buckingham, Anne, Duchess of. 16, 
4-A; Edward, Duke of, 1, 12; 16, 
46-8; Eleanor, Duchess of, 18; 
Henrv, Duke of, 44-G ; Humphrey, 
Duke of, 7, 241 »;■ 16, -±1-3; John, 
Earl of, 57; Katherine, Duchess of, 
46; Thomas, Earl of, 39; Walter 
Gilford, Earl of, 18; see also, 11, 
188, 226, 241; 12, 72,74; 17, xlix. 

Buckingham and Chandos, Duke of, 
11. 207, 208. 

Buckinghamshire Briefs, 14, 183,207, 
209,215,218,220-1. 

Buckinghamshire, Countess of (1729), 
16, 134, 138. 

Buckland (Bocland, Bockland, Boc- 
londe, Bokland, Boklonde, etc.), 14, 
190, L99, 245, 248; 15, 269; 17, 
154, L56; Roman villa at, 9, 1 x x i i ; 
(Dover), 10, cxxxvii, 230; church 
plate, 17, 313; list of Roman re- 
mains found at, 18, 204; (Faver- 
Bham), manor of, 10, 137 ; manor 
of Great, L38; (in Luddesdown) 
manor of East and West, 141; 
• Tenham, 11, 317, 324; nexi 
I "spring, 15, 2, 2J:k 292 ; Little, 
Roman foundations at, 1. 156; 15, 

71, 73 ; Roman villa at, 173. 
Buckland, Alexander de, 15, 282; 
Benedict de (1198), 1, 207 ; Cecilia, 



14, 243; G. de (1195-C), 1, 228; 

Geoffrey de. 15. 282 ; Henry de, 10, 

147; Johanna. 14, 269; 15, 300; 

Joan de, 10, 136, 137, 147; John 

de, 14, 269; John, 3- 105; 18. 

407»; Lady de, 10. L38; Reginald 

de, 10, 144'; 11, 345 ; Richard, 15, 

265 ; Salomon de, 14, 243 ; Stephen 

de, 13, 319; 15- 277, 300, 302; 

Walter (1271), 6. 238; William, 13, 

264. 
Bucklersbury, Roman work, 15, 131. 
Bucklerplayer, 3,80. 
Buckmer, Dorothie, 13. 337. 
Buckmere, Alice, 18, 19 ; Faith, 19 ; 

Walter, 19. 
Bucknall, Sir William, 16, 134. 
Bucknam, Thomas, 18, 26. 
Buckwell Manor, 10, 133. 
Buckwell, Rev. Mm. B., 18, 368. 
Bucler, Walter, Esq. (1544), 18, 56. 
Budd, Dr., 18, 293. 
Budel, John, 15, 295 ; Richard, 295. 
Bufkyn, Ralph (Dover), 11, 401. 
Bugeley Manor, 10, 144. 
Buggins, Lord, 9, 47 ; Mr., of North 

Cray, 17, 345. 
Bugglesden, 14, 41. 
Bughurst, see Buckhurst. 
Bugkinden, in Rokelee, 1, 240-1. 
Bugle, Elena, 18, 351 ; John, 351. 
Buke, Thomas (1432). 10, lx. 
Bukwell. Robert de, 10, 133 ; Thomas 

de, 151; William de, 133. 
Buksted, a Rector of, 4, 226 ; 9, 194. 
Bulbanke, John, 3,195. 
Bulbeck, Geoffrey, 18, 327. 
Bulege, Royer, of Fleet Manor, in 

Richborough (1197), 1, 244-5. 
Buley Farm, Ighthani,15, 92, 94-5. 
Bulham Marsh, 11, 53. 
Bulkeley, Thos., 11, 396. 
Bull, Richard (1522), 12, 424; (1517), 

13, 412 : Thomas, 14, 319, 321. 
Bull, allied to Tonge, 6, 256, 259. 
Bull-baiting al Rochester, 17- 76. 
Buller, Mr. (Cambridge, 1647), 15, 

164. 
Bullfinch, Jno., 9, 48, 49; Nicholas 

(1483), 14, 121, 127. 
Bulloo, Thomas, T., 3,82. 
Bullock Lane, Maidstone, 15. 72. 
Bullok, Juliana, 15, 273; William, 

273. 
Bull's Stake, Canterbury, 4, 42. 
Bullyng, John (1464), 10- 254. 
Buloyn, Joan de, 11,312; Robt. de, 

312. 
Bulpeys, John, Ivychurch, 13,458. 
Bulstrode, Ann (allied to Hales), 14, 

64. 



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Bumford, 16, 189. 

Bunco, Edward, 12,-1-7; Rev. John, 

12, 127 ; 17, 305 ; Rov. John Bowes, 

16, 290; 18,302. 
Bundle, Elizabeth, alias Johnson, 

18, 3-1; William, 34. 
Bunckl v, Sir George, 4, 201. 
Bund, John (Easling, 1262), 3, 252. 
Bungay, John (Rainhani), 15, 334-5. 
Bunker, allied to Tonge, 6- 259. 
Buns, Edward (1522), 12, -127. 
Buntere, Philip, 6, 188. 
Buntinge, George, 6, 269 ; John, 13, 

218, 220. 
Bunton. John (Bexley, 1566), 18, 379 ; 

Margaret, 379. 
Buntyng, John (Middleton), 7, 235; 

Mr. (Roranev, 1533), 17,27. 
Buntyngford, i3, 319. 
Burbache, John (1363), 15, 263. 
Burback, James (1431), 16, 289. 
Burbank, Archdeacon, 14, 341. 
Burchard, Richard, of Postling, 10, 

290 ; Richard, 13, 95. 
Burcheston, 5,289, 290. 
Burchett, Thomas, brief for, 14, 207 ; 

Walter, 18, 220. 
Burd, Roger, 13, 382. 
Burdefelde, 10, 138; 12, 217. 
Burden, Frances, 18, 32; George, 13, 

95-6 ; Wm, 18, 38. 
Burdett, Sir Francis, 11, 276. 
Burdevyle Manor, 10, 138. 
Burdon, Bartholomew, 11,330; Celes- 

tria, 330; John (1522), 12, 425. 
Bureford, or Burford, John de, 11, 321; 

15, 286 ; 18, 337, 385 ; Roesia de, 

11, 321 ; 15, 286 ; 18, 337- 
Bures, William de, 10, 154. 
Burewhill, Henry de, 5, 187. 
Burs;, Lathe of, 14, 39 ; Wood, near 

Hurst Green, 1, 108 ; see Burgh. 
Burgage defined, 2, 312, 326. 
Burgate Street, Canterbury, 7, 7. 
Burgavenny, Geo. Nevil, Lord, 9, cii ; 

arms of, 11, 394 ; see Abergavenny. 
Burgen, John (1522), 12, 425. 
Burges, or Burgeys, Dorothy, 18, 36 ; 

Frances Ann, 14, 117; John 

(Rochester Castle),2, 120, 131; Paul, 

18, 36; Stephen, 5, 63; Thomas, 

7, 234; Thomas, 18,23. 
Burgh (Burg), Elizabeth de, 16, 34. 
Burgh, Hubert de, 1, 54; 3, 142; 

Earl of Kent, 5, 25, 304 ; 10, cxxxv- 

vi ; his relict, 13, 353 ; arms, 15, 1, 

2,4. 
Burgh, Jeffrey de, 15, 4; Joan, 4; 

John de, 10, 144 ; 12, 226 ; 15, 1, 

2, 4 ; 16, 33 ; John de, T, 3, 93 ; 

Margery, 15, 4; Raymond de, 4; 



Sir Reynerde, 4; Richard de,4; Kidi- 
ard, Earl of Clanricarde, 16, 56; 
Simon de, 15, 267; Simon de, 1, 
130; Walter de, 15, 5; Walter de, 
(Trottesclive, L263), 3, 265; Wil- 
liam de, 15, 4, 5 

Burgham, 15, 30') ; 18, 352; Daniel de, 
300; Matilda, 300. 

Burghersh, or Burwash, 11, 106, :ilo, 
356; Bartholomew, 14, 198 ; Baron 
Burghersh, 13,535/; ; Sir Bartholo- 
mew de, 10, 151 ; 15, 18 ; Bartholo- 
mew, Lord, 16, 227 : Robert de, 10, 
146, 223, 225, 227, 230 ; Sir Roberl 
de, 14, 189, 198; Wm.de, 11,311. 

Burghley, see Burleigh. 

Burghman, Thomas, 12, 292; Alice,292. 

Burgis, Edmund, 18. 34; Joan, 31. 

Burgo, Amieia, 15, 283; Elizabeth de, 
5 ; John de, 283 ; Richard de, 4 ; 
Walter de, 2, 307. 

Burgundy, Charles, Duke of, 6, 47. 

Bur ham, advowson of, 4, 290 ; church 
plate. 17, 314. 

Burial according to the Directory, 5, 
113; dispute (1352), 10, Hi ; fees.lv; 
of Queen of James I., lxxxviii ; of 
James I., xc ; in church, fees for, 

17, 106, 113,122,131; in church 
porch, 13, 377, 423 ; on south side 
of churchyard, 13, 415 ; see Funeral, 
Celtic. 

Burleigh (Burlegh, Burley), Lord, 11, 
215 ; 16, 52 ; Chantry Farm, 260-1 ; 
Sir Richard, 16, 39; Sir Simon, 
11, xlix ; 16, 164. 

Burlton, Katryn (monumental brass), 

18, 388 ; Richard, 388. 
Burmarsh (Borewaremersh, Borwar- 

mersse, Burewaremersh), 12, 211 ; 

13, 184, 291, 313-317, 353 ; parish 
church goods, 8, 114 ; church plate, 
17, 315. 

Burn, or Burne, Alan de, 4, 298 ; 
Eglina, 15, 269, 270 ; Elizabeth, 
18, 220 ; Eustace de, 5, 289 ; George, 

14, 270 ; Henry de, 3, 265; 14, 269, 
270; Jas. de, 11, 326; John, 14, 
270 ; Michael de, W., 5, 202 ; 8, 
273; Ralph de la, 14, 44; Richard 
de, 11, 326; William de, 10, 281. 

Burne, perhaps Bishopsbourne, 5, 290. 
Burnard (see Fitz Bernard), Margaret, 

15, 6 ; Odo, 6 ; Roger, son of, 6 ; 
Roger, 6. 

Burnedissh, 13, 320. 

Burnell, John (Maison Dieu, Dover), 

2, 60 ; 7, 280. 
Burnes, Gilbert de, Bishopsborne, 5, 

268 ; Warin de, Ore, 4, 301. 
Burnet, Bishop, 1, 114 ; erroneous 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



statement as to church goods, temp. 

Edw. VI.. 8. 79. 
Burnet, IN v. Richard, 16. 05. 
Burnett, Alex. (Ivychurch,), 13 159. 
Burney, Rev Dr. Charles, 15. 218, 

251-2; Rev. Edward K.. 18- 250. 
Burnham, 15- 293. 
Burnley.Mr., 16. L97. 
Burr, Agnes, 11. L56. 
Burraston, -Mrs., cousin of Sir Roger 

Twysden, 4, 200. 
Hum-, Robert, Canterbury 1 1250-1 I, 

2, 302, 304, 305; Robert, 15, 207 ; 

Stephen, 297 ; Thomas, 2, I I s - 
Burrell. Amy, 17. 263; Isabel, 15. 

103 ; Jaques, 16. 107; Sir .Merrick, 

17, 264 ; Peter, 15,403; 17, 263; 

Sir Peter, 263. 
Burresh, allied to Dering, 10, 328. 
Burroughs, Ellis (1833), 18. 250. 
Burrow, Rev. .lames, 4, 102. 
Burrows. Montagu, 18, 83. 
Burry, William de, 13, 82. 
Burrych, Augustine, 15 1 284 ; -Matilda, 

284. 
Bursell, Richard, 13, 220; Thomas, 

17,24. 
Burstall, Isabella and Philip, 15, 308- 

9. 
Bursted, allied to Norreys, 6, 294. 
Burston, Cicely, 14, 361 ; Richard, 

361. 
Burston alias Buston, 18, 20. 
Burstowe, Wm. de, 12, 305. 
Burt, Elizabeth, 18, 27; Roger, 14, 

126 ; Thomas, 18. 27. 
Burtenchar, .lane, 14, 226. 
Burton Chantry, Sandwich, 2, 62. 
Burton, Arthur, .Maidstone College, 

2. 62 ; Mabel, 11, 2:51 ; Roger, of 

Newchurch, 10,284; Thomas, 13, 

125-6. 
Burton, Sir Thomas, his SS. collar 

(1382), 1, 81,87, 88; Sir Thomas, 

11, 21 is. 
Hi i rl(. 1 1- Leonard, Peter of, 16, 8G. 

Hi kit, Joseph, Esq., on the Archives 
of Rochester, 6, 108; on Hundred 
Roll, temp. Edw. I., 186. 

Burwell, John, of Roohester, 10, 291, 

293; Mr, of Wiokhain, 16, 50. 

\h\vv, Alice. 18, lit; Ann, J9; Jef- 
frey. L9 ; Johan, L9; John, 19. 

Bury Court Wood, Cooling, 13, Ll.i 

Burj st. Edmunds, 4. 70»; 14, 167; 
15. 177 : 16.2(1] 

Buryneld aliat Perryfield, 1. L72. 

Ii'ir\- Farm, < ludham, 13, LI. 

B ... Dr., 11, 274. 

Busere, William le | 1268-9), 5, 299. 

Bushebre, Paul, 18. 220. 



Busher, Thomas, 12, 390. 

Bushingbury, 18. 04, 95. 

Bushopp, John. 18, 15; Richard, 15. 

Bussell, Rev. John, W., 15, 359. 

Busshe, George, of Canterbury, 16, 
316, 317 : Sara. 11. 344, 345; Tho- 
mas W., 6, 284; Wm., 11, 328, 
344, 348. 

Bustede, Thomas, Cudham, 8, 134. 

Busterde, Milon, 18. 32; William, &>. 

Buston, Wm., Glravesend, 11, 401. 

Buston alias Burston, 18, 20. 

But, Johanna, 15. 285 ; Thomas, 285. 

Butaylles (Butailes), William de, 3, 
248; 12, 2H3. 

Butcher, Alice, alias Chambers, 18, 
32 ; Elizabeth, 16, 07 ; William, 
14, 208 ». 

Butchers, otherwise fleshers, 7, 238. 

Butere, Amabilla, 11, 331 ; John, ih. ; 
Philip, ib. ; Reyna, ib. 

Betiphant, Viscount, 4, 120. 

Butler (Boteler, Botiler, Botiller, But- 
teler), H, 310; arms, 13, 539; 
court manor, 10, 116. 

Butler, Abel le, 11, 324 ; Alice, 344 ; 
Anne, lx ; 18, 112 ; Arthur, 2, 61 ; 
Elizabeth, 11, lx ; Henry, lx ; 
Henry, of Eastry, 5, 239 ; Johanna 
le, 18, 341 ; John le, 2, 310 ; 10, 
322; 11, 344; 15,287; 18,112; 
John, clerk of BoughtoD Malherbe, 
7, 238; John (1460), 10- 322; 
(1465), 255; Lord John, 17, 373; 
Bev. John, 11, 402; Oliver, 17, 
206-7; Sir Oliver (1(563), 173, 345, 
350; 18, 115; Ralph, 5, 177; 7, 
281 ; Ralph, of Sudely, 13, 371 ; 
Richard, Earl of Arran, 12, 104; 
Richard le, 18, 341 ; Robert le, 10, 
123; his heirs, 123; Robert, 14, 
208; Susan, of Tenterden, 14, 59; 
Thomas, T., 4. 86 ; Thomas, Vicar of 
Elham, 10, 55 ; Thomas, 11, lx. ; 
17, 206; Ursula, 17, 206; heirs of 
Walter le, 12, 206; William, H, 
lx ; 17, 202-3, 206-7 : heir of Wil- 
liam le, 12, 225 ; Sir William, 2, 
190 ; 10, 212, 213 ; 16, 70. 

Butlers, Dukes of Ormonde, akin to 
Archbishop Becket, 10, 20, 21; 
and to Archbishop Hubert Walter, 
21. 

Butt, Dr. George, 15, 25 I ; John, of 
Eaversham. 12, 421; Rev. J. M., 
2."»l ; Thomas (Rainham), 335-7. 

Butt, Thomas, 18, 17 ; heirs of, 400. 

Butteler, see Butler. 

Butter, Harry, 18. 113. lis n. 

Hotter Market, Canterbury, 4, 42. 

Buttecourt, Roger, 14, 274. 



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Buttcrfield, Mr., reconstructs St. Au- 
gustine's Abbey, 4, 59 ; on Great 
Mongeham Church, 16, lxiv. 
Buttill,Rev. John, 11, 402. 
Button, Thomas, 16, 85 ; Elizabeth, 

his wife, ib. 
Buttonshaw, Thomas (Brookland, 

1733), 13, 487. 
Butts, the, at Faversham, 10, 238. 
Butts, Robert (Fairfield), 8, 153. 
Buttune, Robert (Fairfield), 8, 152. 
Butty van t, Dorothy, 18, 3(5 ; Roger, 

36. 
Buxford Mill, 3, 204. 
Buxhill, Alan de, Constable of the 

Tower, T., 4, G8, 73, 71, 77. 
Buxlee, see Boxley. 
Bybill, Thomas, Curate of Egerton, 8, 

146. 
Byce, William, 2, 115. 
Bycroft, Henry, 18, 18 ; Win, 18. 
Bycterle, Rev. William de, 16, 122. 
Bydik, Alice, 13, 296; William de, 

296. 
Byerlynges, see Birlintf. 
Byestecurt Field, in Folkestone, 3, 260. 
Bygge, John (Crayford), 18, 326. 
Bygge, William (Elham), 15, 287. 
Bygge, William, of Canterbury, 7, 239. 
Byggynes, William (Romney, 1409), 

13, 410, 411. 
By^od, H. le, 5, 177. 
Bygyn, ffm, 11, 404. 
Bykeuore, see Bicknor. 
Byker, Richard (1500), 16, 312; Tho- 
mas, 17, 80 (? Baker). 
Byle, Walter, 2, 112. 
Byllinghurst, Zachary, 12, 389. 
Bylloke, William, 14, 142. 
Bylls, Isabella, 18, 26 ; Win, 26. 
Bylsynton, 15, 308 ; Robert, 18, 106, 

112. 
Byly, John and Alicia, 9, 202. 
Byng, John, 14, 319 ; (15G9), 17, 127 ; 

Richard, of Canterbury, 17, 84, 87, 

91, 143. 
B3'niman, Brigid, 18, 21 ; Henry, 21. 
Byngele, John (1426), 17, 18. 
Byngesvode, Reginald, Stephen, and 

William, 4, 208. 
Byngham, Rev. Jno., 16, 87. 
Byrch, Rev. William, 15, 358. 
Byrche, Elizabeth, 14, 124 ; Rev.Wm. 

Dejovas, 124. 
Byrche, Thomas, Leeds Priory, 2, 64. 
Byrchett, William, 5, 59. 
Byrchynshawe, Maurice (Snargate, 

1517), 13, 426. 
Byrkhede, John, 18, 448-9. 
Byrkynden, Johanna (1465), 10, lxi, 

lxvii. 

VOL. XIX, 



Byrde, Christopher (1545), 17,100; 

John, of Faversham, 12, 420 ; Tims., 

of Little Chart, 9, 2S0. 
Byrde, allied to Lovelace, 10, L94. 
Byrde, of Chipsted, 10- L94 
Byrich, Adam, 12, 293 ; Thos. le, 293 ; 

Dionisia, 293. 
Byron, Isabella, 10, 43 ; Sir John, ib. 
Byrston, Thomas de, 13, 307. 
Byset, Maurice, dapifer, 10, 276. 
Bysh, Sir Edward, King at Anns 

(1663), 18, 114. 
Bysshop, Margeria, 13, 338 ; Thomas, 

338 ; Robert (1522), 12, 425. 
Byshopenden, allied to Turner, 6, 293. 
Bysshopeston, see Bishopstone. 
Bysinor, George, 13, 383. 
Byston, John (1522), 12, 423; Richard, 

422. 
Bytberghe, see Bidborough. 
Bywynd, Peter, 12, 303 ; Willelma, 

303. 
Bywyndle, Isabella, 14, 275; William 

de, 275. 
Byx, John de, 15, 289 ; Mabilla, 289. 



C 



Caase, Thos. (1473), 10, lxi, lxii, lxiv. 

Caballus, Roger, W, 6, 203. 

Cablango, Jordan, 10, 274. 

Cable, John (1685), 17, 178 ; Mary, ib. 

Cade, Edmund, T, 3, 92; Walter 
(Newchurch, 1410), 13, 465; Win, 
propositus at Dover, 4, 205 n. 

Cade's, Jack, followers in Kent, 
by W. D. Cooper, F.S.A, 7, 233 ; 
list of them, 244-271 ; they destroyed 
many records, 1, 60; insurrection 
alluded to, 9, 195, 261 ; 11, 28 ; 12, 
377-9; 13, 212; 14, 60, 169, 358. 

Cadman,Alexander(1552), 8,127 ; Peter 
(1522), 12, 423 ; Robert, T, 3, 82 ; 
Stephen (1522), 12, 426. 

Caddyll, William (1522), 12, 423. 

Cadius, M, statue with torques, 9, 8. 

Caen, siege of, 1, 130, 134; St. 
Stephen's Abbey at, 13, 25, 29. 

Caer Caradoc, 10, xlvii. 

Caerphilly Castle, 16, 28; (13th 
century) concentric, 9, cvii ; isolated 
pier in moat, cxv. 

Cesar's landing-place in Britain, R. 
C. Hussey on, 1, 94-110; Dr. Card- 
well on, 3, 1-18 ; referred to, 9, 13 ; 
10, xlv ; victory over Cassivelanus, 
9, 19 ; camp at Folkestone, 10, xliv ; 
road, 13, 179. 

Ccesar, allied to Lovelace, 10, 208; 
Sir Julius, Master of the Rolls, 5, 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



30; 16, 52; Sir Charles, 52; Sir 
Thomas, 5, .SO; Thomas, 18, 21. 

Cafur, Henry le, 14. 329. 

Alice, 18,453 ; John, 153; Mr., 

110; Robert, 153; Col. William, 

of Milgate, 250; 5, 96. 
Caggeworth, Alan, de Elmestcde 
1201), 2, 259; Eugenia, 259; 

Rohesia, 259. 
Caineto, Aliz do. 6. 196. 
Caistor, 15. 129, 132; ware. 11. 
Caithness. Bishop of, 7. 196. 
Calais (Cabs. Callis), 4. 17 ; Court, 

Thnnet, 12, 392-3 ; 14,360; Grange 

at Broadstairs, 9. lxxxviii ; Knights 

of, 9. 117, IIS; proverb, 135; 

Guldeford, Marshal of, 14, 7. 
Calam (by Rainham), 15, 333. 
Calandrini Caesar, 15, 36. 
Calceto, de, 15, 267; Priory, 14, 341; 

Tassard, W.. 6, 216. 
Caldecote, 1. 254, 256; 10. 157. 
Caldelot, relict of Stephen, 14- L97. 
Caldewell, Stephen, of Leeds, 2. 57. 
Caldham (Caldehalle), John de (1263), 

3. 257 ; Margeria de, 10, 127. 
Caldham alias Morehall, in Capel le 

Feme, 10, lxiii, ex, 130. 
Calehill (Calehulle), 12. 215, 219; 14, 

71,366; 15, 25, 26; Hundred, 3, 

81; 10. 131 ; 11, 369; proverb on, 

9. 131; watch at, 8- 310. 
Calehill, John de. 18. 362. 
Caleson, Adam, 12, 392; Robert, 392. 
Calewe, John (Fordwieh), 18, 87. 
Calevs, "William, 12, 392. 
Caldicotl .Manor, 13, 351, 352. 
Caldicott, Matthew, at Knole, 9, xliv. 
Calkin, Margaret, 18, 27; Robert, 

27. 
Call, Martin, H, 291. 
Callis, Thomas. 12, 392 ; see Calais. 
Callow. Master (1557-8), 17, 111, 115; 

Thos., 83, 85, 88, 94 
Calthorp(Calthrep,Caltrope), Bertram, 

14, 151; John, 5, 255; allied to 
Master, 4, 259. 

Caluel. Geffrey (1252), 2, 308; llamo, 
13,297; 14, 246; 15,27(1; Leticia, 
276. 

Calverley, Sir Hugh, 11, 77; John, 

15, 218, 243, 269; Waller, 208. 
Calveshead on Corpus < Ihristi Day, 17, 

H5, SS rl s.,,.. 101. 

Calway, John, 18, 93,95. 

Cam, John de (1305), 10. 224. 
ildule, the order of, 3, 22. 

Camber Castle, 1. 96 ; 18. 57 ». 

Cambridge (T.), 4- 70« ; 14. 359; 
Emmanuel College, 132, 888 ; 15, 
3 1. 36, 229, 236, 288, 240-8, 2 17, 



250-1, 270 ; Trinity College, 255 ; 

life at, in 1616-8, 1G3-8, 171-2. 
Cambridge (Canebrigg, Cantebrigg), 

family arms, 10. 40; Agnes de, 14, 

249; Hugh de, 249; John de, 11, 

320 ; Margeria, 320. 
Cambridgeshire, 14, 100; briefs for 

places in, 181-1, 206, 208-10, 212, 

214-5, 220. 
Camden, William (antiquary), 4, 242, 

252, 261 ; 5, 238 ; 10, lxxxvii ; 13, 

393. 
Camden, Karl, 5. 40; 13, 394 ; Mar- 
quess. 1, xxxiv; 7, lx; 13. 394. 
Camden Park, Chisleliurst, chalk 

caverns in, 1, 137 ; Soman pottery 

in. 137 ; "the swallows," a mark in, 

a.d. 862, 141. 
Camden Place, Chisleliurst, 13, 393-4. 
Camera, Alexander de (Plumsted), 5, 

265; Peter de, 12. 226; William 

de, 205. 
Camerarius, Ralph, and Agnes his 

wife, 5, 282 ; Richard, W.. 15. 364. 
Cameron. J. I>.. 16, 82. 
Cammyl, Ralph, Romney, 13, 477. 
Camois, or Camoys, arms, 13, 537; 

Margaret (brass), 11,57; Thomas, 

Lord,SS. collar (1124), 1, 83. 
Campania, de (c 1219), 2, 315; John 

de, 11, 311,397; 12,298; 14,201; 

Margeria de, 11, 341; 12, 298; 

Robert de, 217. 
Campbell, 18, 293; Colonel, 5, 105. 
Campegius, Cardinal (1528), 1, 39, 

10. 
Camp-hill, Penshurst, 13- 11. 
Campis, John de (1288), 8, 312. 
Campleshon, Rev. John, 17, 05. 
Camps, Roman and British, 9, Hii, 18; 

Celtic or British, 10, .xlvi, xlvii ; 

around Coldrcd Church, 13, 9. 
Camville (Camvell, Caunville), Alice. 

14,257; Eva de, 12, 289; Robert 

de, W., 3, 272 ; Robert de, 10, 153 ; 

12, 233 ; Lord Robert de, 12, 321; 

Thos.de, 5, 151; 12, 289; 14, 257. 
Camville Priory, 14. 840. 
Canary birds in 1660, 17, 342. 
Canoi (or Chanci), Amfridius de 

(1 180), 2, 29, 30, 31 ; 6, 191 ; Wal- 
ter de, 2, 29, 10. 
Candeure, John de, 15, 284; Theo- 

pania, 284. 
Candidus, Hugo, 3. 26. 

Candy, Charles. 16, 115. 

Canebrigg and Cantebrigg, see Cam- 
bridge. 

Canefeld (Canefold), William and 
Margeria de, 13, 301 ; 15. 286. 

Cannyng, Jhon, Minster, 7, ; <"5. 



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53 



Canon, Richard and Henry (14-60), 
10, 322. 

Cannon balls of stone, 7000 from .Maid- 
stone quarries (1418), 1, L58. 

Canoun, Alice, 13, 289 ; John, \\\, 5, 
23] ; Ralph, 13, 289. 

Cant, Robert, 16, 290, 291. 

Cantelu, or Cantiloup, Michael, 6, 
216 ; seal, ib. 

Canter, origin of word, 9, 131. 

Canterbury, papers on: — Hackington, 
St. Stephen's Church, 1, 73; St. 
Mildred's, 143 ; Roman cemeteries 
i", 4, 27 ; architectural history 
of the Priory buildings, 7, 1-206*; 
inventories of church goods, 8, 115 
et seq. ; a stone in the " martyrdom," 
10, 10 ; Becket memoranda, 10-28 ; 
marching watch and pageant of St. 
Thomas, 12, 26 ; Roman founda- 
tions at St. Pancras, 14, 103 ; 
chronological conspectus of cathe- 
dral architecture, 14, 281 ; Roman 
Canterbury {Durovernum), 15, 338 ; 
St. Dunstan's Church accounts 
(1484-1580), 16, 289; 17, 77; 
cathedral communion vessels, 17, 
315; St. Anselm's Chapel, 18, 169 ; 
cathedral crypt, 13, 17-80, 500-551 ; 
18, 253 ; bones (? Becket's) found 
in crypt, 18, 257. 

Canterbury, the Society's meetings at, 
1, lx ; 8, xl ; 14, xl'iii ; Lord Chief 
Baron at (1579), 2, 81 ; Sir E. Mas- 
ters, M.P., and J. Nutt, M.P. (1642), 
182 ; Mathew le Vinetar's house 
(1252), 309; church council (a.d. 
844), 3, 23 ; riots, T., 73, 86, 87, 89, 
90, 92, 93 ; Town Hall, T., 76, 77 ; 
Roman station,4, 37, 38; earliest habi- 
tations insular, 39, 40; Celtic antiqui- 
ties, 40 ; pilework foundations, 41 ; 
Roman cemeteries, 27; 15, 342; 
Roman armillse at, 5, 335 ; church 
goods commissioners, 8, 8G ; inven- 
tories of parish church goods, 115- 
126 ; torques found near, 9, 1 ; 
Royalist rising (1648), 34; breach 
in city wall, 35 n ; words peculiar to, 
67, 78, 99; proverbs, 131-4; leper- 
houses of St. Lawrence, 258 ; East- 
bridge or King's Mill, 10, 18, 19; 
pedigree of Lovelace, of C, 216; 
Poster's house at (1465), 257; 
marching watch and pageant of St. 
Thomas, 12, 27-46; west gate, 27, 
37; cannon there (1404), 80 ; (1512), 
37; Mayor of, 11, 143, 364; 12, 
33, 34, 42; Guildhall, 34; St. 
George's Gate, 37; Oldfield bell- 
founder, 38; Wincheap Gate, 42; 



Walloons, 12-H; Abbot's Mill, 13, 
87; Meister Homers, I L6-12] ; pil- 
grims, 1 1 l-i. 500-521 ; fraternity of 
St. Nicholas, 93 ; Archdeacons <<i', 1. 
234; 4. 216 ; 14, 109, 117, 129, L30, 
131, L33, 165; 15, 220, 224, 234, 
239,242-3,252; City Chamberlain, 

14, 321 ; church g Is seized ( L552), 

316-21; walls of, 318; Recorder, 15, 
123-5; Roman coffin, 14, 35 ; Roman 
city {Durovernum), 15, 127, 338- 
350 ; 17, 34, 155, 157-8 ; cemeteries, 

15, 342 ; pavements, 127, 338, 348-9 ; 
plans of city (1588), 346; (1868), 
338, 347 ; Beer Cart Lane. :s 12 ; 
Burgate Street, 127, 340, 348; Dun- 
geon or Dane- John, 342-7 ; Pleur de 
lis Inn, 338 ; Fountain Hotel, 127, 
349 ; Guildhall Street, 340 ; King's 
Head Inn (1758), 127, 339; North- 
gate, 342, 345-6 ; Old Dover Koad, 
342; palace, 11, 206, 210, 214; 
Palace Street, 15, 341 ; Riding-gate, 
345; St. Sepulchre's, 342; Vaux- 
hall, 342; Watling Street, 341-2, 
348; Whitehall, 339 ; White Horse 
Lane, 338-9; Wincheapfield, 342; 
parish church plate, 16, 433 ; St. 
Thomas's Hill (1524), 17, 84. 

Canterbury, alienations of land, or fines 
relating to land in, 1, 248-9, 254 ; 2, 
260, 264-5 ; 11, 312, 314, 315, 317, 
324, 325, 342, 347, 348-50, 353, 357, 
358; 12, 290, 291, 292, 294, 303, 
306, 307; 13, 290, 291, 292, 294, 
303, 306, 309, 314, 319, 320; 14, 
241, 244, 247, 254-5, 257-8, 261, 267, 
272 ; 15, 275-6, 283, 287-9, 302, 304, 
307 ; 18, 343, 346, 347, 348 ; 11, 
364, 370; 13, 114, 120, 144, 330, 
336, 345-348, 350-352, 363, 366, 372, 
375 ; 14, 43, 47, 60, 62-3, 74, 78, 100, 
113-4, 117, 130-3, 145, 149, 159, 161, 
164-8, 171, 174-5, 181, 187, 189-91, 
321, 334-5 ; 15, 16, 33, 36, 45-7, 53, 
61, 63, 68, 122-5, 127-9, 169, 229, 
235-6, 260, 262-71. 

Canterbury, All Saints' Church, 15, 
340 ; inventor3 T of church goods 
(1552), 8, 115. 

Canterbury, Archbishops of, 1, 228, 
258, 259; 5, 23; 10, 115, 116, 1 10, 
120, 123-128, 132-134, 142, 144, 147, 
150, 151, 155. 158, 159 ; 12, 203-7, 
211, 213-4, 216, 218, 221, 223, 224, 
226, 230, 232, 234-236, 242; 15, 
219, 230-1, 271 ; 16, 27, 28, 'M : 
St. Edmund, 226 ; their burial-place, 
4, 57; their mint, 1, 34-36; their 
enthronement, 16, 27, 28, 31 ; their 
lands, 4, 6, 44; 9, 183; see Abbott, 
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INDEX TO VOLS. T. — XVIII. 



Anselm, Baldwin, Bancroft, Bccket, 
Bouiface, Bouchier, Bradwardine, 
Chichley, Corboil, Cornwallis, Cour- 
tenay, Cranmer, Eadsy, Herring, 
Howley, Hubert, Islip, Juxon, 
Kempe, Kilwardby, Lanfranc, 
Langham, Langton, Laud, Livin:_rus, 
Manners Sutton, Meopham, Norton, 
Parker, Beckham, Potter, Richard, 
Sancroft, Seeker, Sudbury, Tenison, 
Ufford, Wake, Walter,' Warham, 
Whitgift, Whittlesey, Winchelsea. 

Canterbury, Gervase of, 16, 2, 3; 
Thomas' (1412-13), 10, 24-4, 247; 
William de. Vicar of Elham. 10. 51 ; 
William bis (two pensioned monks, 
1556^,2, 58,60; William of (bio- 
grapher of Becket), 6, 3, 4, 133. 

Canterbury Castle, 1, Ixxiii, 170; T., 
3. 76, 92, 93 ; 4. 28, 37, 38 ; 9, 44 ; 
12, 370; 15, 342, 346; 17, 116; 
Lord Cobham, its constable (1315), 
11,61,62. 

Canterbury Cathedral, 4, 12, 13, 25, 
39 ; 11, lxii, 401 ; 15, 19, 23, 239 ; 
monument of Queen Joan of Navarre, 

I, 74 ; lecture by Professor Stanley, 
lxv ; Sir Thomas Fogge's tomb, 5, 
119 ; St. Michael's Chapel, 241 ; Ox- 
enden monument, 6,283; tomb of 
King Henry IV., 8, 294; gold and 
silver plate from, 319; mart\-rdomof 
Becket, 10, 10-15; painting on 
Henry of Eastry's choir-screen, 72 ; 
condition of the church in 1660, 94- 
98 ; tomb of Countess' of Athol, 260 ; 
archives of Christ Church, 316. 32 t ; 
image of John Shorne, 11, lxii ; bells 
sold, 417 ; chronological conspectus 
of its architecture, 14, 281-9; Canons 
of, 11, 399, 400; 14, 129-33,166-8, 
356-7, 174; 15, 31, 33-4, 36-7, 252; 
cathedral plate, 16, 338, 353, 370, 
378, 387, 394, 431 ; 17, 315-319 ; 
cloisters (bosses in), 3, 144 ; Deans of, 

II, 32 ; 14, 46, 98, 132-3, 168, 173-4, 
sculptured head of a knight, 37; 
St. Anselm's Chapel, 18, 169-73 ; 
174-6; crypt, 12, xlii, xlv ; 13, 17- 
80, 500-551; 18, 253-6; surgical 
report on a skeleton there, 257, 260; 
Si. Gabriel's Chanel, 13, 30, 48-80, 
523. 

G'ANTF.nnuBY Catiiedkal Cevpt, 
18,253-6; Canon Scuti Robertson's 
history of, 13. 17-s<». 500-551 ; 'late, 
17 ; dimensions, 17. :;:: ; carvi d 
Bhafte ami cups. 36-43 ; chapels of: — 
Holy Innocents, 15-7: Our Lady, 
3t. ":;.">. 629-539; St. Gabriel (with 
frescoes), 30, 48-80; eastern crypt 



and Corona, 18, 19, 30, 34, 500, 506- 
7, 514, 522-3 ; chantries of the Black 
Prince, 541-6 ; French Church, 540- 
551; tombs. Countess of Athol, 
523; Lady Mohun, 534-5 ; skeleton 
found (? Becket's), 18. 257-60. 
Canterbury, Chequers Inn, 1, Ixxiii; 

13, 12. ' 

Canterbury, Christ Church Priorv.the 
brotherhood of (c. 1020), 1, 63 ; War- 
ham protests against stabling the 
King's horses there ( 1 522), 16 ; pen- 
sioned monks (1550). 2. 59 ; Priors 
(1523). 2, 153-5 ; (1250), 302-3 ; 10, 
160 ; 14, 43, 47-9. .".2 ; Duke Oswulf's 
legacies, 2, 23; on site of a Roman 
Church, 29 ; dissensions witli Arch- 
bishops, 4, 6 ; Hardrcs benefactions, 
46 ; charter of William Capel, 5, 
324 ; Peter de Bending and Jewish 
money-lenders. 6, 300, 309,313, 315- 
7; tenants at Broke and Gomeresden, 
247, 248 ; conventual buildings, 7, 
1-206; MS. records in Lambeth 
Library, 9, 184, 185 ; document 
from archives, 310, 324; arms, 13, 
85 ; Meister Homers, 116-121 ; 
Cardinal Pole's coffin, 144; Otfa, 
King of Mercia, a benefactor, 184, 
188, 367; Edw. IIL'sgift, 193 ; lord- 
ships held by, 194; King Ethel- 
berht's grant of a fishery, 349 ; 
Eadsy's gift (1032), 375; chrono- 
logical conspectus of its architecture, 

14, 281-9; see also, 13, 85, 116- 
121, 144, 184, 188, 193-4, 349, 367, 
375; 14,55,140,157. L59,174,366; 

15, 23, 36, 46, 217-22, 225-7, 230-1, 
235, 236, 240, 264, 267. 

Canterbury Friars (Ore)'), 2, 169 ; 
10, 201, 205, 207 ; 15, 346. 

Canterbury Friars (White), 2, 169; 
10, 260. 

Canterburv, Friars Preachers, or Black 
Friars, 13, 81-96; 15, 346, 349; 
John Ryngemere, Prior (1342). 2. 
18; Richard Fawkener's bequest 
(1442), 11, 371; their church, H, 
371,373-4; Henry Knawghte buried 
there (1459), 373-4; fraternity of 
St. Nicholas there, 13, 93. 

Canterburv, Holy Cross Church, West- 
gate, bequests to (1523), 2, 153, 174; 
inventory of church goods, 8, 118. 

Canterbury, Bdaynard's Spytell, Roper's 
bequestto, 2.' 169. 

Canterbury prisons, at Westgate and 
the castle (1523), 1, 170. 

Canterbury, St. Andrew's Church, T., 
3, 75; SI. Alphage Church, inven- 
tory of church goods (1552), 8, 110. 



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Canterbury, St. Augustine's Abbey, 
10, 229; 11, 367; 12, 177 et seq., 
204, 208, 211, 216, 235, 253, 302, 
332 ; 13, 119, 120, 186, 365-6, 512, 
518 ; 14, 45, 46, 140 ; brotberhood 
of (c. 1020), 1, 63; cbapel founded 
therein by Juliana deLeybourne, 8; 
Mr. Beresford Hope's lecture on, 
lxx; pensioned monks (1556), 2, 
58; Eoper's bequest (1523), 153; 
exempt from Archbishop's jurisdic- 
tion, 3, 23 ; Sturton, held of, 245 ; 
Roman bricks found at, 4, 37 ; bene- 
factions of the Hardres, 46 ; burial- 
place of Archbishops, 57 ; ruins of 
Abbey Church, 4, 64 ; St. Pancras 
Chapel, ib. ; land in Yoklet (1201), 
2, 261 ; in Plumstead, 5, 273 ; Ab- 
bots of, 1, 8, 131, 248-9, 273-4; 2, 
226; 5, 273; 10, 115-118, 121, 123, 
125, 132, 133, 154, 160, 224, 254, 
255 ; 14, 45, 46, 140. 

Canterbury, St. Augustine's College, 
architectural notes on, 4, 57 ; founda- 
tion of the Missionary College, 59 ; 
present aspect of the building, ib. ; 
library, ib., 63 ; hall and chapel, 61 ; 
warden's lodge, 62. 

Canterbury, St. Augustine's, brother 
Silvester, hermit of, 3, 244. 

Canterbury, St. Dunstan's Church, 
John Roper, founder of St. Nicho- 
las's chantry, buried therein (1523), 
2, 153, 162-4 ; chief entrance on 
north side, 13, 414 ; starting-point 
of Henry II.'s penance, 503; Church- 
wardens' accounts (1484-1580), 16, 
289-320; 17,77-139; Chaplains of 
Roper's chantry, 16, 289 ; Vicars of 
St. Dunstan's, 290 ; inventory of 
church goods (1500), 314-318. 

Canterbury, St. George's, morass there 
in Roman times, 4, 35 ; inscription 
at, 5, 235 ; St. George's Gate, 12, 
37 ; probably the boundary of the 
Roman City, 4, 36. 

Canterbury, St. Gregory's Priory, 12, 
204 ; 14, 164 ; ' Roper's bequest 
(1523), 2, 154; Roman bricks there, 
4, 37 ; charter of Robert de Sept- 
vans, 5, 326 ; MS. record in Lam- 
beth Library, 9, 184; Priors of, 6, 
211; 10, 116, 119, 280; 14, 334-5. 

Canterbury, St. Jacob's or St. James' 
Hospital, Roman bricks there, 4, 
37 ; hospital abutment (1198), 1, 254. 

Canterbury, St. John's Hospital 
(1523), 2, 169 ; Roman bricks there, 
4, 37 ; inventory of church goods 
(1552), 8, 126. 

Canterbury, St. Margaret's Church, 



antiquities found near, 4, 28, 37 ; 
inventory of church goods (1552), 
8, 120; church bell, 18, 434. 

Canterbury, St. Martin's Church, 14, 
108, 112; 15, 46, 49-58, 127-8; 
Canon Chesshyre on, 1, lxxiii ; a 
vineyard near, 2, 226 ; a Roman 
church, 3, 29-40 ; Merovingian coins 
and Saxon relics in the churchyard, 
40; Roman bricks aud tiles found, 
4, 37 ; Roman pavement, 38 ; Lord 
Pinch's monument in, 5, 32; coin 
with Runic inscription at, 8, 232 ; 
inventory of church goods (1552), 
119. 

Canterbury, St. Mary's Church, 4, 
213 ; St. Mary Bredin, inventory 
(1552), 8, 121 ; St. Mary's, North- 
gate, inventory (1552), 8, 122. 

Canterbury, St. Mildred's Church, 
Roman masonry in, 1, 143 ; 5, 9, 
9 n ; inventory of church goods 
(1552), 8, 124; Oolite stone in, 12, 
263 ; tower, 18, 384. 

Canterbury, St. Pancras Chapel, 14, 
xlii ; 15, 46-55, 58 ; ? site of Queen 
Bertha's British Church, 4, 64 ; 
Roman foundations, 14, 103-7. 

Canterbury, St. Paul's Church, inven- 
tory of church goods (1552), 8, 123 ; 
registers, 6, 280. 

Canterbury, SS. Peter, Paul, and Au- 
gustine's Abbey, 4, 57 ; see St. Au- 
gustine's. 

Canterbury, St. Sepulchre's Nunnery, 
15, 342 ; Elizabeth Barton there, 1, 
40; its Prioress, 10, 128; its barn, 
12, 37. 

Canterbury, St. Stephen's, 1, 73 ; see 
Hackington. 

Canterbury, St. Thomas's Hospital, 
at Eastbridge alias Kingsbridge, 
inventory of church goods (1552), 
8, 125 ; an ex-incumbent, 2, 62. 

Cantis, Agnes, 12,409 ; Amisius, 409 ; 
John, 377 ; Matthew, 390, 397, 405 ; 
Valentine, 397. 

Cantuaria, Godeleva, 14, 202 ; William 
de, 192, 202. 

Cantwell, William's heirs, 18, 400. 

Canute, 7, 220 n. 

Canvill, Thomas de, 5, 151 ; see Cam- 
ville, Cauuel. 

Capel (de Capella), 14, 331 ; 16, 51 ; 
18, 15, 28 ; church near Tunbridge 
(1474), 2, 230. 

Capel, Arthur, Earl of Essex, 17, 392 ; 
Bartholomew de, W., 5, 206; 
Gilbert de, 14, 204 ; John, 4, 287 ; 
Juliana, 14, 62, 197, 204 ; Lord, a 
Royalist, 9, 44 ; Peter de, 14, 195, 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



201; heir of Richard de, 12,231; 

Thomas, a juror, Wbodchurch (1260- 

1), 3, 251; Thomas do, 14, 221; 

charter of William. to Christ Church, 

Canterbury, 5, 323; William, 13, 

211. 
Capel le Feme alius Mauregge, 10, 

It, lxiii ; inventor}' of parish church 

goods (1549-50), 8, 127. 
Capenesse Marsh, 5, 217 ; 6, 213. 
( 'aperoun, Adam, 14, 197. 
Capite, tenures in, explained, 2, 282. 
Cappar, Jarman, 17, 86,87 ; William, 

16, 307. 
Caples, Walter de, 5, 187. 
Cappe, .John, 2. 115. 
Cappedehurst, Robert, 2, 126. 
Cappes, Robert, arms, 11, 397. 
Caput Thume,\n Canterbury Cathedral, 

13, 114, 516-22. 
Carausius, 15, 45 ; coius, 18, 43. 
Garden, Thomas, Vicar of Lymne, 9, 

283 ; 18, -1-45 ; Thomas, 21. 
Carden alias Padnall, Alice, 18, 21. 
Carder's will (143-4), 10, lxiv. 
Cardigan Castle, 16, 28. 
Cardinal's title, 8, 70. 
Cardon (Cardone, Cardoun), John 

and Thomas, of Clyve, 7, 236 ; John, 

10, 145 ; Richard, 15, 265 ; heirs 
of Robert, 10, 145. 

Cardon's Manor, 10, 145. 

Carduil, Robert de, W., 6, 202. 

Cardwell, De., on Caesar's landing- 
place, 3, 1. 

Cardwell, William, has Keysercrofte 
in Tudely (1474), 2, 231. 

Cannier, John, 14, 242 ; Lucia, 242. 

Carew, 15, 253; family, 374, 380; 
Martha, 14, 64-5 ; Sir Matthew, 05 ; 
Carews, of Beddington, 13, 257, 381. 

Carey (Careys), Catherine, 11, 217, 
231 ; Lady French, 242 ; George, 
Lord Hunsdon, 16, 52 ; Henry, 12, 
389; 16, 52] Henry, Lord lluns- 
don, 5, 85; Thomas (14-11), 16, 
289; Sir William, 16, 52. 

Carkeridge, Gervase, 18, 89; William 
(Hythe), 34. 

Carleton, Sir Dudley, 1,92; 10,206; 

11. S.V.',; John de, 13, 316; John 
le, Rector of Nbtstede, 14, 265. 

Carlisle, 6, 40 ; Archdeacon of, 
14,311; Castle, 13, 26»; Charles 
Howard, Karl of, n. 2'j'j, 301,303, 
304 ; Lord, 17. 379 ; Lucy, Countess 
of, 12, 92. 

Carllie, John, 12,388. 

Carlus, i he sword of, 8, 248. 

Carmarden, Lucy (1654), 17, 177 

Carmichael, Rev." W., 15, 250. 



Came, Mr., 15, 395. 

Carnifex, Edmund, 14- 197; Matthew, 

ib. 

Carnsew, William, 17, 197-8. 

Carpenter (Carpentarius), Adam, 9, 
292; Amicia, 14,24(5; Catherine, 
alias Price, 18, 27 ; Eihvard, 8, 
276; Geoffrey (1246), 2, 293-4; 
Hugh, 12, 421 ; Ingram (Canter- 
bury), 16, 294-7, 299-305; John, 
W., 5, 231 ; John, 9, 291 ; 18, 27 ; 
(Canterbury), 17, 115, 118, 127 ; 
(Romney), 17, 230; Peter le, 11, 
331; Philip, 18, 40; Richard 
(Canterbury), 17, 99, 101-2 ; Robert 
(1263), 3, 264 ; Robert le, 14, 203 ; 
relict of Robert, 197; Robert, 18, 
34; Thomas, 11, 376; 18, 40; 
(1522), 12, 424; Vincent, 18,95; 
William, 18, 34; William le, 10, 
225; 14, 188, 197, 203, 246; 
(Canterbury), 16, 303, 306-10, 
320-1, William (Great Chart), 8, 
158. 

Carpenters' wages (1272), 2, 124, 131. 

Carpeyn, Celestria, 12, 290; Robert, 
ib. 

Carr, Lady Ann, 12, 70 ; Rev. J as. H., 

14, 168; Rev. T. A., on Cranbrook 
Church, 9, xciv. 

Carrells, explained, 7, 44. 

Carrier, Benjamin (Romney,1603), 13, 

412 ; Thomas, 14, 227. 
Carrington, Mr. (Cold Eaton), 6, 158 ; 

William (Ashford), 16, 165. 
Carshalton (Casholton), J. Master at, 

15, 167, 170-1, 179, 188, 200-1, 203, 
207, 210-11. 

Cart, Frances, widow, 14, 239. 

Carter (Cartere), Ann, 14, 102 ; Bar- 
tholomew, T., 3, 91 ; Christopher, 
18, 221 ; Elizabeth, 14, 357 ; George, 
102 ; (17G2), 2, 94 ; Vicar of Lydd, 
13, 448; Goodman, 15, 211 ; John, 
333; John and Richard (1437), 10, 
187; John (1586), 18,213; Rich- 
ard (1522), 12, 423; Roger, 423, 
424; Martha, 14102; Matthew, 9, 
34, 35 n ; Rev. Dr. Nicholas, 14, 357; 
Sarah, 102; Rev. Thomas (Salt- 
wood, 1G63), 18, 430; William, 14, 
102. 

Carters' wages (1272), 2, 126. 

Carthage, Roman mosaics, 15, 131, 
139. 

Carthusian order, 3, 22. 

( art wright, Ann, 17, 249; Eleanor, 
249-50; Gerrase,249; Hugh (1553), 
3, 180 ; Hugh, 15, 239, 269 ; allied 
to Gierke, 4, 247. 

Cartyll, William, 14, 316, 318-9. 



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Carucate, or Carvo, of land. 2, 313, 

319. 
Casaubon, Isaac, 14, 130-1 ; 15, 3G ; 

Dr. Merio, Vicar of Minster, 12, 

195; Vicar of Monkton, 279 ; (Eom- 

ney, 1634), 13, 413; (1671), 14, 

117, 131. 
Case Manor, 14, 275 ; 18, 343. 
Case alias Caseborne, 10, 130. 
Caseborne (Casebourne) Manor, 18, 

358 ; alias Catesmore, 359. 
Caseborne, Catherine de, 18, 358 ; 

Emma de, 12, 215 ; Thomas de, 10, 

247; 12,215; 18,358. 
Casebyes, Widow, 15, 146. 
Casimir, Duke, suitor for Qneen Eliza- 
beth, at Rochester (1578), 2, 74, 77. 
Casingham, bailiwick, 12, 221 ; Wil- 
liam de, W., 6, 199 ; Win. de, 12, 

221. 
Caslow, John, 13, 139. 
Casse, John (Canterbury), 16, 290, 

293-6, 298-300, 303 ; 17, 145. 
Cassibelaunus, 13, 5. 
Cassynghyrst family, 15, 367. 
Casteilun, Alan de, W., 5, 197 ; 6, 

197. 
Casteleyn, arms, 18, 373 »; Osbert, 

W., 5, 216 ; Thomas, T., 3, 79. 
Castell, Alanus de, Dartford, 9, 292 ; 

Thomas, 11, 411. 
Castellocke, Wm. (Faversham), 11, 

400. 
Castelon, Sir Robert de, W., 5, 221. 
Castelyn, John,ChilhamChantryPriest, 

2,62. 
Casteville, heirs of Wm. de, 12, 205. 
Castewysille, Thos., 11, 376. 
Castilayn, Henry, 18, 373,374; Simon, 

374 ; see Chastelyn. 
Castile, Eleanor of, visits Becket's 

tomb, 13, 510 ; John of Gaunt, King 

of, 4, 71 ; Pedro of, 11, 75. 
Castle Bank, Bridge, Hill, and Street, 

Rochester, 13, 8-10; 18, 197; 

Hill (British Camp), 1, 109 ; Rough 

(Milton), 13, 10, 126; wood, 13, 

11. 
Castleacre Priory, 10, 270. 
Castlebar, by Acton, 12, 74. 
Castlethorpe, Bucks, Roman armillse, 

9,9. 
Castlock (Castlocke), John, 10, 241 ; 

allied to Haward, 5, 296 ; William, 

238, 241. 
Castor, Northants, Roman pottery,4,34, 
Castrete, Harry, Hawkhurst (1528), 5, 

56. 
Castreton, Little, 1, 81, 87, 88. 
Castri, John de, 13, 86. 
Castrum tertiatum, 2, 67. 



Castweasle, boro' in Tenterden, 14, 42. 
< laswell, Thomas, Fordwich, 18, 87. 
Casyer, John, brief for, 14, 207. 
Cnl', Eugh, 10, 149; Joan, Dartford, 

9, 296; William (1522). 12, 423. 
Cater, John, 15, 334; Rev. Richard, 

250. 
Catesmore, in Cheriton, 5, 120. 
Cathedrals desecrated (1643), 2, 201. 
Catigo, Rev. Reginald, 17, 64. 
Catlets, 13, 127. 
Catlott, John, 12, 425; Roger, 422 ; 

\\ in., 425. 
Cator, 16, 282 ; Albemarle, 17, 266; 

Thomas, Vicar of Ospringe, 6, 280; 

William, 266. 
Cattefeld (Cattesfeld) Manor, 13, 322, 

324, 343 ; John de, 14, 246. 
Catteford, Alexander de, 12, 236. 
Catti, the. 3, 43. 
Cattys, John, Wrotham, 7, 235. 
Catygo, of Dartford, Richard, 9, 296 ; 

Walter, 295. 
Caudebek, John (1432), 18, 297. 
Caule, watch at, 8, 304, 309, 310. 
Caulfield, Ann, child of Toby, Lord, 

18, 374. 
Caun (Caune), George, 14, 340; 

Katerina, 13, 298 ; Margaret, 298 ; 

Thomas de, 298 ; 14, 340. 
Causton, alias Caxton, 5, 324 ; in Had- 

low, 2, 232 ; Hugh de, 11, 337 ; 15, 

283 ; Robert de, 14, 330. 
Cauuel, Christiana, Margaret, andWil- 

liam (1201), 2, 260, 261. 
Cave,a, near Gravesend, 11, xliii; near 

Margate, 126. 
Cave, Mary, child of Sir Thomas, 10, 

43 ; Mr., 16, 57. 
Cavell (Kavell, Cavella), 13, 105 ; Ber- 
nard (1480), 13, 150; Lawrence, 

17, 119, 130, 131, 132, 136; Robert, 

12, 390 ; see Cauuel. 
Cavendish, Charles, Lord Mansfield, 

17, 373; Sir John, Lord Chief 

Justice, T., 3, 68; 4, 79; Lord 

Henry, 5, 102 « ; Katherine, H, 

208; Katherine, child of Sir 

William, 12, 139 ; Mary, 5, 102 n, 

103. 
Cawket, Emma, Minster Priory, 7, 

305. 
Cawne, 15, 28; arms of, 5, 324 ; Lora, 

relict of Sir William, 4, 222; 

Robert, 225 ; Sir Thomas, 100, 225 ; 

9, lv ; Thomas, his sou, 4, 225 ; Sir 

William's will, 221. 
Cawnton, Elizabeth, 14, 62. 
Cawse, Abraham, 18, 38. 
Cawstone, John, Chelsfield, 8, 130; 

Robert, 14, 298. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Caxton, William, 13,254; the printer's 
birthplace, 2, -'31 ; 5, 324; his 
patroness, the Duchess of Burgundy, 
6, 48; names birthplace of Jobn 
Gower, 84; ou the Kentish tongue, 
9, 60, 75, 78. 

Caxton, Cambs, alias Causton, 2, 232. 

Cayage, defined, 9, lxv n. 

Cayme, Robert (Leeds), 2, 64. 

Cayser, allied to Lovelace, 10, 216; 
Elizabeth. 18, 31; Mary, 10,216, 
217j William, 217; 15,388; 18,31. 

Caythorpe Church. 18,321. 

Ceadwalla and .Mul, 8, 264, 265. 

Cecil, Robert, 12, 152, 154, 156; Sir 
Robert, Earl of Salisbury, 11, 207, 
208, 216; his wife Elizabeth Brooke, 
208; Sir William (1561), 17, 223; 
(1570), 195-6. 

Ceilings, flat, of the Norman period, 
10,6. 

Celer, William del (1260), 3, 250. 

Celestine's (Pope) bull concerning 
Stone Church. 3, 98. 

Celrer, Thomas, 14, 193, 197. 

Celtic relics at Canterbury, 4, 40 ; 
torques and armilla), 9, 1 ; ring, 12 ; 
tumuli, 16, 17, 20, 21 ; Iffin's Wood, 
18 ; urns, 19, 20 ; beads, 25 ; jet neck- 
lace, 25 ; cairn of flints, 2G ; remains 
at Dover, 12, 317-20; at Grove- 
hurst, 13, 122-126; at Hoo, 11, 
123-5 ; at Ramsgate, 12, 18, 329 ; 
at Reculver, 329. 

Celtic and Teutonic arms, 7, 319 n. 

Celts, flint, 1, 114; from Oldbury 
Camp, 9, lv ; from Harty, Hythe, 
and Hoo, 300. 

Cely, arms, 18, 292 ; John, 18, 290 ; 
brass at Sheldwich, 291. 

Cemeteries, Romano-British at Maid- 
stone, 2, 143 ; at Canterbury, 4, 27 ; 
Plaxtol, 2. 6 ; Saxon, at Bifrons 
Bark, 6, 329. 

Cemetery gates, Canterbury, 7, 15 1, 
155; gate of Rochester Priory, 
18, 200. 

Censers, 17, 79,85. 

Centelynge, see SeyntliriLce. 

Centone, explained, 9, lxviw. 

Ceonatius, name on Samian ware, 2, 
117. 

Ceorls, freemen, 10, 30, 32, 33 n. 

Ceppus, 4, 2S1 n. 
12, L88. 

Cerintun ami Ceritun, see Cheriton. 

Cerne, John de, 14. 275; 18. 343; 
Mit- an 1 . 3 13. 

Cerringes, see < 'haring. 

Certeseye, Stephen de, 11, 31 1. 

Cerytone, tee Cheriton 



Cesterhunt, Thomas de (1257), 3, 245. 

Cestretone, Radulphus de, 12, 209. 

Cgnophelaster, Sinoth (1197), 1, 242. 

Chadborne, Thomas, Canterbury, 17, 
151. 

Chaddesden, Nicholas de, 15, 232, 268. 

Chaddilborth, John (Ruckinge, 1456), 
8, 313. 

f'hallord, 14, 154; Cobham of, 11,70. 

Chagworth (Chaggeworth, Chage- 
wutlie), Alianora, 13, 315; 15, 
279; Elizabeth, 279 ; Hamo de, 12, 
214, 232; John de, 13, 315; 15, 
279; Roesia de, 5, 270. 

Chain-mail, Oriental origin of, 9, 154-5. 

Ohalcroft, allied to Tonge, 6, 256; 
John, of Kingsnorth, 9, 276. 

Chaldane, next Canterbury, 13, 320. 

Chaldane, Agatha, 14, 24] ; John de, 
11, 356; 14, 241; fin, 6, 188; 
11, 356. 

Chaldeans, connected with the Eng- 
lish, 10, 36 ; their weregilds, 36, 37. 

Chalfhunt, Sir Henry de, 10, 142, 
152. 

Chalices at Lyminge and Paddles- 
worth (1578), 10, H, liii ; at Folke- 
stone (1474), lxvi ; in Kent (1552), 
282-297. 

Chalk (Chalke), 12, 225, 226; 13, 
437, 499; 14, 224; church, 11, 
xxxviii ; brief for, 14, 218; East, 
10, 144 ; 11, 265 ; West, 10, 53, 
72, 214, 265, 269. 

Chalk, Ralph de (1268), 5, 293. 

Chalk for Rochester Castle, 2, 121; 
used for vaulting, 115 n. 

Chaloner, or Challoner (Challener), 
Jane, 14, 154 ; John le, 14, 308 ; 
Mary, 154; Tecta, 226; Thos., 154; 
Sir Thomas, 6, 58. 

Challock, 10, 319 ; inventory of parish 
church goods, 8, 127 ; rood screen, 
14, 370-1. 

Chalmer, Robt. (1526), 14, 165. 

Chalvingden (Chaluindune), Everard 
of, W., 5, 200. 

Cham (Chaun), George, 10, 148, 149, 
152; 12, 229; John de, 14, 187, 
204 ; Thomas, 10, 152. 

Chamber, Thomas (1522), 12, 422. 

Chamberlain (Chamberleyn), 11, 233, 
396; John and William le (1268), 
5, 293 ; John (E. Farleigh), 7, 236 ; 
John, 11, 29,233,234; John, Rector 
of Snargate, 13, 426 ; Richard, 16, 
291; 17, 112, I II; Robert, Mere- 
worth. 7, 230; Sir Roger, defended 
Oueonborough Castle, 7, 2 13 ; Wil- 
liam, T., 3, 73; Rev. William, 16, 
112. 



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Chambers, 18, 21, 32, 38,39; Charles, 
MA. (1718), 18, 39G; Rev. G., 15, 
121 ; William (1724), 292. 

Chambir, Thos., Leeds Priory, 2, 64. 

Chambyr, John, 15, 60. 

Chammoler, William (Ruckinge), 8, 
313. 

Champaigne (Champayno, Champion, 
Chaumpavne), 11, 310, 341 ; Isa- 
bella, 2, 15 ; 10, 118 ; John de, 10, 
122, 137, 138, 156, 232; 11, 397; 
(1522), 12, 421; Sir John de, 2, 
15; 15, 18; Julian, 10, 232 ; Lady 
de, 10, 136, 137 ; Margery, 2, 15 ; 
Robert, 10, 229 ; 15, 8; Thomas de, 
10, 136. 

Champion, Margaret, 15, 37; Rev. 
Richard, 11, 400. 

Champneys (Champeney, Champneis, 
Chaumpeneys), 11, 310, 349 ; Basil, 

13, 409, 436 ; 18, 369 ; Catherine, 
18,370; Henry, 370 n ; Hugh, 11, 
349 ; Hugh's heirs, 10, 122 ; Joan, 

14, 240 ; John, 15, 274 ; Sir John, 
18, 370; Justinian, 17, 48 ; 18, 370 
bis ; Margeria, H, 349; Mr., 13, 176; 

17, 356-7, 358; Richard, 18,370; 
arms of Richard, 11,395; Robert, 

15, 274 ; Salmon, T., 3, 80 ; Sarah, 

18, 370 »; William (1400), 14, 240; 
William, 18, 370. 

Champs, in Shoreham Manor, 10, 158. 
Champyon alias Thompson, q.v. 
Chancery, Court of, its origin,'5, 20; 

not established temp. Edvv. III., 

125. 
Chanci, see Canci. 
Chandler (Chandelur, Chandeler), 

Elizabeth, 17, 245 ; Matthew (1700), 

245; Nicholas de (Trianstone), 2, 

306-7; William, 6, 239; 14, 195; 

see Chaundeler. 
Chandos (Chaundos), Sir Roger de, 

10, 158; Simon and Hugh de, 10, 

271. 
Changle, Thomas, clerk (Yalding), 7, 

338. 
Chantry-chapels, 14, 52, 120; different 

in England and France, 4, 25 ; of 

the Black Prince in Canterbury 

Cathedral, 13, 541. 
Chanu, Alice, 15, 308; Laurence, 308; 

Ralph, 2, 256. 
Chapel Croft, Maidstone, 1, 169. 
Chapele, Alice, Geoffrey, and Robert 

de la, 12, 301; Richard de la, 10, 

141. 
Chaplain (Capellanus), Bartholomew, 

W., 2, 29; Gilbert, 29 ; John, 11, 

293; Walter, Eccles, 5, 288 ; AVil- 

liain, 1, 253 ; 3, 72. 



Chapman, 16, 73; family, 18, 287; 
Alice, 21; Andrew (1433), 10, 321 ; 
Ela, 11, 335 ; Elizabeth, 18, 25 ; 
Isabella le, 17, 23 ; 18,352; Jacob 
lo, 14, 188; James, 18, 435 ; Jocosa, 
348; John (Crondall), 8,137 ; John 
(1542), 10, cxxii ; John le,H, 335; 
John, W., 15, 390; John, 18, 25 ; 
(Saltwood, 1741), 430 ; Reginald, 
W., 15, 390; Richard (1726), 18, 
287 ; Simon le, 352 ; Thomas ( Leeds), 
2, 57; Thomas, 3, 180: Thomas 
(Godmersham), 8, 157, 158; Tho- 
mas, Vicar of Brenzett, 8, 110; 
Thomas le, 18,348; William (Wil- 
lesborough), T., 3, 84; William, 5, 
126. 

Chapman, Mr. Robert, on the Skeff- 
ingtons of Tunbridgc, 10, 39 ; Rev. 
E. W., of St. Paul's, Cray Hill, 18, 
287. 

Chapmanegilde, lands at Rochester 
(1230), 2, 228. 

Chapmaunesfeld, Robert de, 11, 330. 

Chapter of County Gossip (a.d. 
1713-1728), with notes by T. G. 
Faussett, Esq., 5, 87. 

Charcoal (1514), 17, 79, 80, 83, 85, 88 
et seq. ; price of, 96, 101. 

Chareman, Adam, 14, 277 ; Johanna, 
277 ; John, 277 ; Richard, 277. 

Charibert, 3, 21. 

Chariots, 1, 5; cost of (1654), 15, 
211-2. 

Charing (Carings, Cerringes, Cer- 
rynges, Cherring), 1, 172 ; 12, 219; 
15,231-2,263-5; 16,90,172,341- 
2 ; inventory of parish church goods, 
8, 128 ; rentale, 9, 185 ; " Smoky " 
(a proverb), 133 ; Dering entries in 
registers, 10, 333, 334 ; wills, 346, 
349 ; archiepiscopal manor-house, 
1, 41; 14, 33, 268; 16, 266-8; 
church, 14, 33, 268 ; 16, 260-5, 354 ; 
church plate, 16, 341-2, 353, 379, 
433; communion cup, 15, xlvi ; 
Pett Place, 14, 142-3 ; fines of lands 
in, 3, 240; 4,300; 11,355; 12, 
294; 13,300; 14,265,267-8; 18, 
337. 

Charing, family arms, 10, 330; Adam 
de (New Romney), 13, 247 ; Robert 
de, 14, 44. 

Charlemagne, Alcuin's pupil, 4, 94. 

Charles 1, 10, xci ; 11, 179, 180; 
12, 54 et seq ; marches to Gloucester 
and Hull, 3,151; meets Henrietta 
Maria at St. Augustine's Abbey, 4, 
58 ; visits Rochester, 6, 59, 60, 61 ; 
silver penny of, 15, 258. 

Charles II., 15, HI, 143-4; in Kent 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



(1660), 5, 123 ; visits Rochester, 6, 

65, 73 ; his christening, 12, 58. 

Charles V., Emperor of Germany, 4, 
47; Warham'a letter concerning 
(1522), 1, 13; visits Rochester, 6, 
49; at Faversham, 10, 240. 

Charles, Elizabeth, 14, 249; John, 
249; John, of Dartford, 9, 208; 
manor of, 302. 

Charles, Thomas, excavateB at Maid- 
stone, 1, 166, 171 ; 15, 71-3 ; his 
museum at Maidstone, 1, liv ; 2, 
xxxix; 5, -11 ; 15, xxxvii-viii, xli, 
77, 88, 371. 

Charles roll of arms (1250), 15, 2-7. 

Charleshethe, in Dartford, 9, 302. 

Cbarlewood (Cherlewode, Chorlwode) 
Church, 4, 226, 230; 9, 194; 
Clement de, 15, 222, 259. 

Charlton, near Dover, 10, 144; 13, 
371; 15, 373; 18, 33; J. Roper's 
land in (1523), 2, 159, 160; inven- 
tory of parish church goods, 8, 129 ; 
Court, 10, 1-4-1 ; fines of lands in, 
11,354; 12,292; 15, 303. 

Charlton, by Woolwich, 13, 9, 15; 
see Kidbrook. 

Charlton (Charleton, Cherlton), family, 

10, 144 ; arms, 330 ; Daniel de, 10, 
144; Helene, 18, 19; Henry, ib.; 
Isabella de, 13, 128; James de, 12, 
233; John de, 10, 144; 15, 307; 
16,39; Margeria,15, 307; Matilda, 
if>.; 13, 315; Richard, 15, 295; 
Roger de, ib. ; Stephen, 14, 121 ; 
Thomas de, 13, 315 ; 15, 295. 

Charlys, Stephen, 11, 374. 

Charnel houses at Folkestone and 
Hythe, 10, briv ; 18, 407-8. 

Charnells, i.e. hinges, 9, 226. 

Charney, Berks, 15, 256. 

Chamey(Charneye),John ) T.,4 ) 75,84. 

Charnoek, Roger ( Dartford), 18, 396. 

Charrier, Benjamin (1599), 18, 249. 

Chart (Cerd, Chord), 5, 297 ; 12,219; 
16, 161 ; 18, 35 ; Hundred, 10, 
132; 12, 219; farm, 15, 92, <)4; 
fine of lands in, 11, 358. 

( hart, Great, 3, 194, 201-3 ; 10, 186, 
202; 14, 41 J 16, 169-70; visit to, 
7, xlviii ; inventory of parish church 
gooils, 8, 158 ; Passion Flay at, 13, 
223; briefs for, 14, 181, 183,208; 
Rector of, 130, 166 ; fines of lands in, 

11, 351; 13, 317; 14, 252; 18, 
S42. 

Chart, Little, 15, 25, 28, 126; manor, 
6,305; inventory of church goods, 
9, 2SU; ohurob, 15, xlix; 16,230; 
Calehill in, ib. ; church plate, 382 ; 
fines of lands in, 11, 349 ; 14, 259. 



Chart next Sutton Faience, 14, 77 ; 

vineyard at, 6, 327 ; 10, ex. 
Chart, in Wateringbury, 2, 86 ; dumb 

borsliolder of, 2, 85. 
Chart, Richard of, W., 6, 216. 
Charters of Cumbwell Priory, 6, 190 ; 

8, 285 ; charter of Philip Augustus, 
King of France, a.d. 1180, 4, 127, 
129; of "William Capel to Christ 
Church, Canterbury, 5, 325 ; of Ro- 
bert de Septvans to St. Gregory's, 
Canterbury, 326 ; of the Mayor of 
Faversham (1582), 6, 321. 

Chartham (Chertham), 10, 202, 319 ; 
11, 331, 345, 358, 368; 12, 215, 
292, 297; 13, 306; 14, 251, 257; 
15, 273, 280-1; 18, 22, 36, 366; 
down, 13, 306; hatch, 9, 14; 
Horton Manor in, 10, 135; Rectors, 

9, 184 ; 14, 131, 164, 166, 354-5 ; 
15,33, 236. 

Chartham, 4, 39 ; fossil remains at, 41 ; 

inscriptions at, 5, 233 ; inventory of 

parish church goods, 8, 129. 
Chartham, Thomas, Parson of (1299), 

13, 85; Master Thomas de, 12, 

297. 
Chartres, the Dean of, at Becket's 

tomb, 13, 504. 
Chartulary of the Abbey of St. Bertin, 

4, 203. 
Chartway, the, 1, 167. 
Charwelton, Robert de (Ivychurch, 

1302), 13, 458. 
Charyte, Alex. (Crayford), 18, 327. 
Chase, Mr., Thomas Stanley's letter to, 

17, 365 ; Richard, Rector of Stone 
(1650), 3, 101, 102. 

Chasthame, boro' in Aloesbridge Hun- 
dred, 12, 211 ; 13, 353. 

Chastelo, Sir Robert de, W., 5, 221. 

Chasteloyn arms at Bexley, 18, 373. 

Chastillon, Henrv de (Archdeacon), 5, 
24. 

Chateaudun, 15, 35. 

Chater, Thomas Armstrong, 16,221; 
Mary, of Frith, 221. 

Chatham, 10, 159, 160, 162; 12, 217, 
227; 14, 228; 15, 110-14, 390-1; 

18, 189. 379, 3S0 : 18, 29, 35, 37, 
38 ; riots, T., 3, 77, 78 ; manor 
(1263), 253; 81. Bartholomew's 
Chapel, 9, oxviii ; 10, xxxvii ; Hun- 
dred, 10, 151, 159; 12,223,227; 
fines of lands in, H, 341, 353 ; 13, 
289 ; 14. 260 ; 18, 310, 341; royal 
visitors. 6, 43. 

Chatham Church, 6, 45 ; 17, xli; gold 
torques, 9,2, 10; proverb, 9, 141 ; 
Roman remains, 174; 12, 430; 13, 
168, 169. 



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Chatham, Earl of, 13, 403 ; 16, 132-3 ; 

Prior John do, 6, 196 »■ 
Chatlet, John, 13, 341. 

Chattesworth, Rev. William, 16, 112. 
Chancer, Geoffrey, 1, Ixxiii ; 6, 90, 91, 

105. 
Ohaumbre, 13, 309 ; Martin de la, 309. 
Chaumpayne, see Champaigne. 
Chaumpeneys, see Champneys. 
Chaum, see Cham. 

Chauceux, Egidius de, 13, 300 ; Jo- 
hanna, 300. 
Chaundeler (Chaundelere), Clement le, 

14, 242; Hamo, 2, 120; Harry 

(1491), 16, 301; Isabella, 14,242; 

John, Chaplain (1403), 16, 289, 301 ; 

Sir John, 4, 233, 299 ; Richard, 15, 

335 ; see Chandler. 
Chauudos, see Chandos. 
Chaunterel, Emma, 15, 297 ; Simon, 

297 ; William, 288. 
Chauvel, Roger, 3, 213 ; Joan, 243. 
Chawnce, Nicholas, 18, 24 ; William, 

24. 
Chawton, Hants, 15, 119, 122. 
Chayney, see Cheyney. 
Chealdegate, Rochester (1210), 2, 229. 
Chechelle-next-Neweuton, 13, 308 ; 

Ralph de, Milton (1249), 2, 298-9. 
Checkeley, Symon (1491), 16, 300. 
Checkwell (Chykeswell), 10, 150; 

manor, 150. 
Chedestaue, Oliver de, 12, 293. 
Chedingstone, 18, 35. 
Chedworth, Roman villa at, 15, 43. 
Cheek, Rev. Dr. Robert, 4, 246. 
Cheeke, Robert (Rochester), 6, 63 n. 
Chegworth, in Ulcomb, 5, 270. 
Cheke, W. (1522), 12, 423. 
Cheker, the Canterbury, 7, 101 ; in 

other monasteries, ib. n. 
Chekesole, Cb.ekesb.ull, 4, 314, 315. 
Chekeswelle, 13, 127-8. 
Chelchyth, council of, 3, 23. 
Chelecumb, Walter de (ob. 1284), 14, 

126. 
Chelenford, Robert de, 13, 89. 
Chelesfeld, see Chelsfield. 
Cheleshulle, 12, 229. 
Cheleshurst, see Chiselhurst. 
Cheleys, John and Isabella, 12, 301. 
Chelmersheford (Chelmuresford), John 

de, 11, 327 ; 13, 410. 
Chelmington, in Great Chart, 4, 137. 
Chelmingtonforstall, 3, 200. 
Chelsea Church, 14, 14 ; James 

Master at, 15, 207. 
Chelsfield (Chelesfeld, Chelesfend, Che- 

lesfeud, Chelesfund), 12, 237; 14, 
145 ; inventory of parish church 

goods, 8, 130 ; manor, 10, 157 ; 



fines of lands in, 1, 254-6 ; 5, 289, 
290; 11, 324, 333, 340; 13, 292; 
14, 240. 
Cholsfield, Agnes de, 11,340; Alice de 
(1198), 1, 254, 25G; Isabella, 12, 
294 ; John de, Rector of Rokesle, 
10, 155, 157; Juliana, wife of Simon 
(1198), 1, 254, 256; Lecia de, wife 
of Philip do Danmartin (11.98), 1, 
254, 256 ; Margaret, 16, 227 ; Rich- 
ard de, 11, 346 ; 13, 301, 309, 319 ; 
14, 243, 249, 267 ; Robert de, Dart- 
ford, 9, 287 ; Robert de, 12, 294 ; 
Sarah de (1198), 1, 256-258 ; Simon 
de (1198) ; 1, 254-8 ; 2, 315 ; 10, 
146, 157 ; 12, 219, 226, 237 ; Ste- 
phen de, 11, 317, 324, 340 ; William 
de, 340 ; Master Wm. de, 14, 261 ; 
William de, 10, 155, 158. 
Chetham, Thomas, 13p. of Sidon, 2, 55. 
Chelvertone, John, T., 3, 82. 
Chene, Cheney, see Chejme. 
Chepman, William, Dartford, 9, 293. 
Cheperegge, Dene, 14, 41, 47. 
Chepstede Manor, 10, 157 ; John de, 
10, 156, 158 ; Mabilla, 14, 259 ; 
Michaehde, 259; William de, 198. 
Chequer, in Ash, by Sandwich (Les- 

chequer), 10, 124 ; 11, 310, 332. 
Chequers Inn, Canterbury, 1, Ixxiii ; 

13, 12. 
Cherche, in Eyhorne Hundred, 12, 
231 ; John atte, T., 3, 73, 86 ; Ste- 
phen, 11, 395 ; Thos atte, 3, 89. 
Cherchegate, Nicholas, T., 3, 74, 91. 
Chcrelton, Swetman de (1252), 2, 308. 
Cheriche, Peter de la (1263), 3, 257. 
Cheriton (Ceriton, Cerintun, Cery- 
tone, Ceryntone, Cherintune, Chery- 
ton, Scerinton, Serytone), 2, 319; 
10, 130 ; Fogge monuments, 5, 120 ; 
inventory of church goods, 8, 131 ; 
manor, 10, 130 ; 18, 358, 362. 
Cheriton Church, 10, lv ; 12, 214, 
215; 18, 353-368; brasses, 355; 
effigies, 357 ; porch, 361 ; com- 
munion plate, 361 ; patrons, 362 ; 
Rectors, 363-8. 
Cheriton, Helto de, Stockbury, 5, 277, 
278 ; Hugh, 277 ; (W.), 6, 191 ; 
Isabella de, 18, 362 ; John de, ib. ; 
Margaret de, ib. ; Nicholas, Prior of 
Folkestone, 10, lis ; Odo de (1247), 
2, 296, 319 ; Robert de, 18, 362 ; 
Roger de, ib. ; Walran de, 2, 296 ; 
12, 215, 234, 235; 18, 362; Wil- 
liam de (1219), 2, 315 ; (1202), 266 ; 
6, 191, 222, 308 ; 10,274; 11, 103. 
Cherlmau, Thorn., 14, 195. 
Cherlesfeld, Stephen, 14, 121. 
Cherreue, Thomas, T., 3, 88. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Cherries, brought to Britain (a.d. 84), 
9, 125 ; proverb, 143; in 1G47, 15, 
166, 189, 196. 

Cherryng, see Charing. 

Cherry, Samuel, 15. 114, 175, 182. 

Cherry Garden (1647), 15, 114, 175,182. 

Chers, William. 15, 263-4. 

Chertesey, Edmund, of Headcorn, 7, 
236: "Rochester, ib.\ John de, 9, 
296; 11, 336; Matilda, 336. 

Chertham, see Chartham. 

Client on, see Cheriton. 

Cheselherst, see Chiselhurst. 

Cheseman, John, 10. 217; Margaret 
(1412), 10- 242, 245 ; Stephen, 13, 
320 ; William, 10. 323. 

Cheshire, briefs for places in, 14, 182, 
207, 212,214,221. 

Chesman. Denys (1500), 16, 315. 

Chesmunds, in Thanet, 5, 308. 

Chessell, Isle of Wight, Saxon graves, 
1, -15. 

Chessell Down, bow found on grave, 8, 
249 ; Saxon graves, 5, 317. 

Chesshyee, Rev. Canon, on St. Mar- 
tin's, Canterbury, 1, lxxiii. 

Chest, Thomas (Lymne), 18, 445. 

Chestan, see Keston. 

Chester, Colonel, 11, 230. 

Chester, Jane. 18, 39; Richard, 39; 
Mr. (1662), 17, 348 ; Ralph, Earl of, 

16, 18, 19; W., 15, 251. 
Chesterfield, Katherine, Countess of, 

17, 296; Philip, Earl of, 16, 85; 
Countess, 121, 352, 396. 

Chesterfield (Chesterfvlde), Wm., 17, 

81. 
Chesterford, J. Master at, 15, 176. 
Chesteville, James de, 10. 116; Reyner 

de, 116. 
Chestfield (Chestfelde), manor of, 2, 

156, 157, 168; 10, HO. 
Chestre, Rev. Richard de, 16, 112. 
Chests, ancient church, 10, 77 ; 17, 

55; 18, 421. 
Chetmynden, Simon, T., 3, 81. 
Chettell, John, 18,30. 
Chetwode, Catherine child of Sir 

Richard, 10. 43: Ralph de,12, 208, 

225, 230, 234 ; Robert de, 13, 558. 
Chetynden, Thomas (1417), 10, 186. 
Cheveler, Joanna, 10, briv, lxvii. 
Chevening (Cheuenyng, ('hiui'niiiL'L r o, 

Chivenyng, Chyvening, Chyuen- 

yng), 14. 234-5, 239 ; 18- 21, 38 ; 

manor. 10. 158; house, 16, 127-133; 

church, 1 I l-L'i'i: rectory, 18- 368; 

fines of lands in, 13. 310. 313; 14, 

254,266; 15. 287-8. 
Cherening, Adam de, 10, 158; 13, 

313 ; Gilbert de, 13, 291 ; Isabella, 



291; Johanna, 14, 254; Ralph de, 
13, 291; Wm. de, 10, 158; 14, 
254. 

Cheventaynes, the term, T., 3, 71. 

Cheverel, John, 11, 245. 

Chevilles, defined, 4, 220. 

Chevrones, i.e. rafters, 2, 131. 

Cheyne, or Cheynev (Chayney, Chene, 
Cheney), H,'3l6; court, 13, 329; 
Alex., 14, 169; Alisander de, 15, 
11 ; Charles, 18, 370 ; Francis, 12, 
411 ; Henry, 411 ; Sir John's SS. 
collar (1509), 1, 90; Sir John (of 
Eastchurch), 7, 234; (1463), 10, 
252, 255, 256, 258; (1388), 11, 
82, 397 ; Sir John, 14, 169 ; 
(1492), 17, 24 ; John, of Cralle, 
47; Josias, 13, 337; Lord (1578), 
2, 74, 77 ; 14, 379; Margaret (brass 
at Hever), 1, 120,122; Margaret, 
wife of Josias, 13, 337 ; Richard's 
seal (1393), 2, 42 ; Ralph de, 11, 
323, 394; Robert de, 5, 187 ; 10, 
118 ; 11, 191 ; 14, 170 ; Roger and 
Henry, of Higham, in Milsted(1511), 

10. ]i»3 : Thomas, called Blew-berd, 
7, 239 ; Sir Thomas, 7, lix ; tomb 
at Minster, 288, 290; church 
goods commissioner, 8, 86 ; Lord 
Warden, 11, 143, 398; 13, 94 ; Sir 
Thomas, 12, 117, 411; 14, 179 ; 18, 
89; Sir William, Chief Justice, 1, 
86 ; William de, 10, 118 ; 14, 169, 
374, 376. 

Cheynewe, James (Westerham), 7, 236. 
Cheyney (Cheney), allied to Darell, 

17, 47 ; to Lovelace, 10, 190. 
Chiche (Chich, Chicche),arms, 15, 16 ; 

Alan, 5, 117 ; 15, 16 ; Alice, 16 ; 

Catherine, of Chicheley, 16 ; Ernal- 

dus de, 16; Isabel, 16; John de, W., 

6, 314; 15, 364; Mary, 11,347; 
Rauf, 395 ; Stephen, 10, 136 ; Sir 
Thomas, 1, 128; Thomas,of Ralnerle, 
2,16,26; Thomas, of Faversham 
Hundred, T., 3- 92 ; Thomas do 
(1263), 4, 314: Thomas, 10,136; 

11, 347 ; 15, 16 ; (1332), 275 ; Sir 
Valentine, 5, 117; Valentine, of 
Dungeon, 15, 16- 

Chiche, or CMrche, John, 12, 377. 
Chichele, or Chicheley, Archbishop, 

2, 29; 9, 195; 15", 16; 16,229; 

renews the library at Canterbury, 

7, &7 ; at Scotney ('astir, 17. 39; 
Archdeacon Thomas, 18. -ill ; Flor- 
ence, 16. 229 : Sir Robert, 5. 117; 
William. 15. Iti; 16. 229; allied to 
Darell, of Scotney, 17,46, 47 ; pedi- 
gree, 5, 116. 

Chichester, 7. 56,243; 13, 90; Rev. 



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A. M., 15, 142 ; Algoric, Bishop of, 

5, 22; St. Richard, Bp. of, 11, 32, 
35, 3(i ; Dean and Chapter, 36; Rich- 
ard, Bp. of, 13, 88. 

Chiddingstone (Chedingstone, Chyd- 
ingstone), 5, 28 ; 10, 153 ; 13, 11, 
136, 535; 15, 252, 277, 293; 18, 
17 ; Bore Place in, 5, 28. 

Child, i.e. a young noble, 1, 04. 

Childe, arms', 10, 40 ; Edith, 13, 305, 
308; John, 305, 308; (1458), 18, 
364; (brass at Cheriton), 355 ; J. A, 

6, 270 ; Peter de la (1262), 3. 252 ; 
Walter (1386), 13, 426 ; William, 

13, 209. 

Childmell, John (1522), 12, 427 ; Tho- 
mas, ib. 

Chileham, see Chilham. 

Childemelle, Johanna de, 14, 241 ; 
John de, 241 ; Thomas, T., 3, 92. 

Childeston, John, T., 3, 81. 

Childham, William, 13, 89. 

Children, Mr.. 2, 8 ; William, 14, 50. 

Childrev, William (Romney), 17, 230. 

Childs, Major, a Royalist, 9, 41. 

Chileh, Stephen de, Newington (1219), 
2, 315. 

Chiles, William, 12, 390. 

Chilham (Chileham, Chilleham), 4, 
39; 12,215,216; 13,11,12,351; 

14, 63, 202, 387 ; 16, 162 ; 17, 386 ; 
18, 20, 58; Dene in (1198), 1, 268 ; 
chantry, 2, 62 ; church, 4, 203, 205, 
206, 207, 209, 212, 215, 219 ; monu- 
ment of Sir Dudley Digues, 5, 30 ; 
honour of, 4, 205 n ; inventory of 
parish church goods, 8, 132 ; manor, 

10, 135, 250, 251, 256, 257, 260, 
264, barony of, 122; 15, 13; castle, 

7, xlviii; 9, 64; 10, 135, 250, 251, 
250, 260, 264 ; fines of lauds in, 1, 
268 ; 3, 220, 221 ; 11, 315, 316, 328, 
344 ; 13, 298, 308 ; 15, 294 ; 18, 338. 

Chilham, Henry de, 12, 294; 14, 
241 ; Hugo de, 4, 205 ; his seal, 206 ; 
Isabel de, 13, 524 ; Johanna de, 11, 
312; 12, 294; 14,241; Nicholas 
de, 338 ; Richard de, 8, 291 n; 13, 
524 ; 14, 199 ; Robert de, 10, 135 ; 

11, 368; 12, 216; Roger de, 10, 
135 ; Thomas de, 11, 312. 

Chilingeham, John de (Strood), 2, 227. 
Chillenden, 14, 117 ; riots at, T.. 3, 

85; fine of land, H, 319. 
Chillenden, Prior, 7, 9, 18, 119, 169, 

170, 187; (1396), 18, 296. 
Chillington House, Maidstone, 15, 71, 

77, 371. 
Chilperic King, his runes, 8, 228. 
Chilston, 14,' 64-7, 75-6 ; park, 17, 

356, 360, 365. 



Chilton (Chiltune), 15, 27 ; Eliaa de, 
28; John (1523), 2, 155; Rei 
Nicholas, 17,01 ; Roger de | Wing- 
ham, 1251), 2, 3H7-8 ; Simon de 
(1263), 3, 257 ; 11,318; 12, 300; 
Vital is de, H, 318. 
Chimbeham (Chymbcham), manor, 10, 
156; Edmund (Southfleet), 7, 236 ; 
Edward, Farningham, T., 3, 79 ; 
John de (1271), 6,237; John de, 
10, 15(5 ; 11, 345 ; Laurence de, 10, 
156 ; 11, 345. 

Chimenynge, Joan de, 12, 235. 

Chimney-tax money, 17, 349. 

Chinalor, Robt., 14, 195. 

Chinen, Zacharias de, W., 5, 222. 

Chingley (Chingele, Chingeleghe), 12, 
224; wood, 13, 13; Thurbert, W., 
6, 217. 

Chinnery, Elizabeth, 18, 212. 

Chinon, castle of, 5, 205 n. 

Chirche, James, Vicar of Thornham, 
18, 247; Robert (1469), 10, 190; 
Thomas, 18, 418. 

Chirchehull, William de (clerk), 1, 
128, 129. 

Chi-rho (the Christian monogram), on 
Roman remains, 15, 43, 44, 324-8. 

Chirk, 14, 166. 

Chisel, in a Saxon cemetery, 7, 313. 

Chishull (Parva), Hugh de, 13, 3 lit. 

Chislehurst (Cheleshurst, Chiselherste, 
Chiselhurst, Chisulhurst), 2, 159, 
160, 311-2 ; 3, 243, 250 ; 12, 304 ; 
13. 11, 12, 296,386-400; 14,371; 
15, 152-3, 160, 205, 216, 301, 373 ; 
18, 40, 323; Andreas de, 1, 142; 
church, 13, 155, 386-400; 14, 371 ; 
18, 323; Swellinde Pette in 1, 142; 
inventory of parish church goods, 8, 
131 ; the Minister at, 15, 205, 210 ; 
Johannes Scot, 366. 

Chislet (Chistelet, Chistlet, Cistelet), 
4, 283, 284 ; 10, 123, 201 ; 11, 42, 
332, ,338; 12,206,338; 13,290, 
304, 314 ; 14, 279-80 ; 15, 23, 2S9, 
304, 306 ; 18, 343 ; church, 12, 106 ; 
park, 11, 112. 

Chissebury, 11, 63. 

Cluster, a vineyard (c. 1350), 2, 226. 

Chiswell, Francis, 18, 360. 

Chitcroft family, 15, 16. 

Chittenden, Joan, 18,24; John, 16,86; 
Joseph, 86 ; Robert, 18, 24; Thomas 
(Hawkhurst), 5, 78 ; William, 85. 

Chittendon, or Chyttington, 18, 287. 

Chivaler, Thos. le,*12, 226. 

Chiviere, i.e. a handbarrow, 2, 119. 

Chippe, Walter (1451), 10, 316. 

Chippenham, 14, 332; Henry de, 2, 
310 ; John, 2, 123. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. T. XVIII. 



Chipstede, Beatrice, 13, 313 ; John de, 
313; (1400), 14,240. 

Chlotalre 1 1., coin of. 3, 38. 

Chobham, see Cobham. 

Chollerton, Edmund (1514), 18. 428. 

Chollok, fm. de, 14. L96. 

Chomley, Sir Eugb (1012), 2. 189; 
Sir Roger, a Chief Baron, 5, 28, 29. 

Choute, or Chute, family, the lie v. A. 
J. Pearman on, 18, 55-71. 

Chorlwode, see Charlewood. 

Chow lie, Sir George, 16. 64. 

Chrocus, Almannic Chiefs, 8, 31 >i. 

( Ihrodegangus, Bishop of Metz, 3. 28. 

Chronicle, English, or the Saxon, 10, 
29-38. 

Chroucher, Nicholas, 13. 229. 

Christ Church Priory, Canterbury, 4, 
6,40, 130; charters, 5, 324;' 10, 
316, 324; and Jewish money lenders, 
6. 306, 309, 313, 315, 317; tenants 
at Brook and Godmersham, 247, 248 ; 
Prior, 10, 160. 

Christ Chukot:, Canterbury, Con- 
ventual Buildings, 7, 1-206 ; 
hospitate buildings of the Celerer, 
114 ; green court, 136 ; almonry, 
152; Primate's palace, 155 ; water- 
works, 158 ; explanation of the plates, 
196 ; see Canterbury. 

Christening, " after the new fashion,'' 
i.e. according to the directory, 5, 
112 and ». 

Christfylde, John, barber, 6, 1 15. 

Christian burials distinguished from 
Pagan, 2, 145. 

Cii imstianity in Britain under 
Ronian rule, by E. P. Loftus Brock, 
F.S.A.. 15, 38-55. 

Christiumunde, 13, 353. 

Christinas, observance of, 9, 34 ; Eve, 
96 ; Puritan desecration of, 5, 119, 
122 ; popular resistance, 1 L9 ». 

Christopher. 18, 28; Richard, 28. 

Christ's Hospital. London. 11, 289. 

Chrytchcock, Peter, 5, 232. 

Chucks, John (1715), 18, 287. 

Church-door dower, 2, 33. 

Church (de Ecclesia), Henry, 12,388; 
John, 11, 375, 385; Luke (1260), 
3, 251 ; Nicholas (1258), 3- 246 : 
Thomas 1 1 is;,). 16. 290. 

Church of a mi ri instead of a parish), 

13, 297, 304, 311; see Churches. 

Church bells, see Hells. 

Church books, 5. 64»i ; 9, 228-30, 
233-5, 274; 18- L10. 

Church goods, Kentish inventories of 
(A.D. L552), 8. 74-163 ; 9. 266 ; 
10,282-297; 11,409-16; 14,290- 
307 | *ee Acrise, Alkham, Aldington, 



Ash, Ashford, Beckenham, Bethers- 
den, Bexley, Bilsington, Bircholt, 
Bonnington, Boughton, Brabourne, 
Brenzete, Brooke, Brookland, Brom- 
ley, Burmarsh, Canterbury, Capel, 
Challock, Charing, Charlton, Chart- 
ham, Chelstield, Chislehurst, Chil- 

ham, Cudham, Crayford, Darenth, 

Uartford, Down, Dymohurch, East- 
well, Ebony, Egerton, Elbam, Elm- 
stead, Eltham, Erith, Fairfield, 
Fanpborough, Farningham, Fawk- 

hain, Eoot's Cray, Codiiiersham, 
Great Chart, Greenwich. Hartley, 
Hawkynge, Hayes, Hinxhill, Hope 
in Romney Marsh, Horton Kirby, 
ECorton Monks, [vychurch, [ghtham, 
Keston, Kennington, Kingsnorth, 
Kingsdown, Knockholt, Lee, Lewis- 
ham, Longfield, Lullingstone, Lyd- 
den,Lymne,LymiDge, Maplescombe, 
Mersham, Molash, Midley, New- 
church, Newington next Hythe, 
North Cray, Orleston, Orpington, 
Padlesworth, Paul's Cray, Pluckley, 
Plumstead, Posthng, Rochester, 
Rokesley, Ridley, Ruckinge, St. 
Margaret's Hill, St. Mary Cray, St. 
Mary in the .Marsh, Saftwood, Sel- 
ling, Sevington, Bhadoxhurst, Smar- 
den, Smecth, Snargate, Snave, South- 
fleet, Stone, Strood, Sutton at Hone, 
Swanscombe, SwingfielcLWarehorne, 
Wickham, Willesborough, Witters- 
ham, Woldham, Woolwich, Wye. 

Church goods, seizure and sale of, 5, 
57 n, 68 and n ; 10, Ivi ; 8, 79, 80, 
88; 9,226-8,231-4, 268-84; 14, 
313-325, 338; 17, 116-122, 137. 

Church goods stolen at Chislehurst, 
Cudham, Chart, and Eltham, 8, 79; 
Crayford, 18, 327 ; Eaversham, 10, 
237"; 18, 112; St. Paul's Cray, 
2S4. 

Church House, 17, 82, 83, 85, 114, 
134-5, 141 ; quit-rent for, 109, 110; 
called the Fryer, 128-9. 

Church lands appropriated b} 7 Parlia- 
ment (1643), 2, 201. 

Church notes of Sir Edward Bering, 4, 
117. 

Chubot Plate in Kent, 15, xxxviii, 
xliv, xlvi ; 17, 119; Canon Scott 
Robertson on, 16, 327-367 ; 17, 241- 
320; cups supersede chalices, 16, 
332; Elizabethan plate, 333; church 
plate in Rochester Deanery (1735), 
359; in Mailing Deanery (1735-42), 
361 | alteration and alienation of, 
361; chronological list of communion 
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368 ; index of parishes, 433 ; 17, 
241 el seq. ; index of donors, 436. 

Churches, how built in the Weald, 1, 
113 ; cruciform in fourth and fifth 
centuries, 3.32; defaced in 1643, 2, 
201 ; destroyed by fire, 3, 103 ; 7, 2 ; 
robberies in, 8, 131, 136, 146, 151, 
153, 159, 163 ; dedication changed, 
9,213; plan of churches of canons 
(black or white), 14, 148; 15, 62; 
memorial churches, at Allington, 15, 
293; Horton Kirby, 278; Mere- 
worth, 2S3 ; Wickham Breux, 279. 

Churches, papers on Kentish, Adisham, 
14, 157 ; Appledore, 14, 91 ; Bar- 
freston, 16, 142; Bethersden, 16, 
67 ; Bexley, 18, 369 ; Brabourne, 
10, 1; Bromley, 13, 146, Canter- 
bury (Christ Church), 7, 1; 10, 
93; 14,281; (St. Anselm's Chapel), 
18, 169; (St. Martin's), 14, 108; 
(St. Mildred's), 1, 143 ; 5, 1 ; Char- 
ing, 16, 260; Cheriton, 18, 353; 
Chevening, 16, 114; Chislehurst, 
13, 387 ; Chislet, 12, 106 ; Cliffe at 
Hoo, 11, xxxvii, 145 ; Cooling, 11, 
hi ; Cranbrook, 9, xciv ; Crayford, 
18, 319 ; Dartford, 18, 383 ; Dover 
(Castle Ch.), 5, 1; (St. Martin-le- 
Grand), 4, 1 ; Eastchurch, 14, 374 ; 
Elham, 10, 46; Erith, 16, 151; Eyns- 
ford, 16, xliv; Faversham, 1,150; 
Folkestone, 10- liv ; Hawkhurst, 5, 
55; 9, 240; Higham, H, hi; 
Hythe, 18, 403 ; Ickham, 14, 113 ; 
Lullingstone, 16, 99; Lymne, 18, 
436; Minster (Thanet), 12, 167; 
Monkton, 12, 269 ; Orpington, 13, 
374; Paddlesworth, 10, xlix ; Pa- 
tricksbourne, 14, 169; Rainham, 17, 
49; Reeuher, 12, 248; destroyed 
churches of New Romney, 13, 237 ; 
churches in Romney Marsh, 408 ; 
Ruckinge, 13, 227 ; St. Paul's Cray, 
18, 279 ; Saltwood, 421 ; Sandwich 
(St. Mary's), 16, lv ; Sheldwich, 
18, 288; Shorne, ll,lxi; Smarden, 
9, 224 ; 14, 18 ; Staplehurst, 9, 189 ; 
Stone, near Dartford, 3, 97 ; Stone, 
in Oxney, 14, 98 ; Sundrich'e, 16, 
xli ; Thanet (St. Lawrence), 12, 369; 
(St. Mary Minster), 12, 177; (St. 
Peter's), 12, 379 ; St. Nicholas at 
Wade, 12, 19 ; Warehorne, 4, 97 ; 
West Wickham, 16, 277; Wood- 
church, 14, 344. 

Churchill, grave of the poet, 10, 
cxxxii. 

Churstede, 13, 299. 

Churchwardens' accounts, of St. Dun- 
stan's, Canterbury (1484-1580), 16, 



289-321 ; 17, 77-139 ; Darenth, near 
Dartford, 6, 325 ; Hawkhurst (1516- 

171 I), 5. 55 ; Bainham (1517-69), 

15, 333-7 ; Smarden, 9. 224. 
Chute, or Choute, family (Chewte, 

Chowte), arms, 18, 57 " ; Alice, 18, 
61«; Anne, 61, 66; Anthony, 58; 
Arthur, 71 ; Chaloner, 71 ; Charles, 
56 ; Cicely, 69 ; Edmund, 5G ; Ed- 
ward, 10, 204 ; 16, 84, 86, 88 ; 18, 
58 ; Edward, son of George, 63 ; 
Edward {oh. 1659), 08; Sir Edward, 
63; Elizabeth, 62 n ; Elizabeth, 
wife of John Taylor, 71 ; George, 
10, 212; 18, 58; (1608), 18, 01, 63, 
69 ; George, of Old Surrenden (1613), 
59-63; George, son of Edward, 07, 
68; Sir George, Dart. (ob. 1721j, 

16, 70-1,85, 89; 18, 69-71 ; Lydia, 
18,63; Mabell, 16, 88; Margaret, 
62 n ; Margaret, wife of Arthur, 7 1 : 
Mr., of the Vyne, 56 ; Nicholas, 66 ; 
Philip (monk at Faversham), 2. 59; 
Philip, 14, 367 ; 16, 86 ; Philip, of 
Surrenden, 18, 56-59; Philip, son 
of Edward, 06; Thomas, 56 n ; Sir 
Walter, 60, 61 n. 

Chute Hall, co. Kerry, 18, 62, 71. 

Chutes, The, of Betheusden, 
Appledore, and Hinxhill, 18, 
55-71. 

Chylton, John (1520), 17, 20; Nicho- 
las, 64. 

Cl^iyudenne, see Chillenden. 

Ch'vperegge, Philip, T., 3, 79. 

Chyttin^ton, see Chittendou. 

Cicke, Charles, 16, 195. 

Cilgrave (Shilgrave, Sylgrave), Godard 
de (1236), 2, 292, '293; Henry de 
(1236), ih. 

Cinder Hill, 1, 115. 

Cinque Ports, 13, 187, 190-192, 198, 
357, 363; 17, 226; Barons of the 
(1582), 6, 321 ; their jurisdiction 
at Yarmouth, 6, 323 ; their navy 
privileges, 10, cxxxviii-cxliii ; their 
allegiance to Kin? John, 13, 190 ; 
their Court of Pleas of the Crown, 
191; liberty of New Romney, 13, 
261-280; Tenterden, 14, 53 ; exemp- 
tion from the tax of the fifteenth. 

17, 226; Charter of Edw. I. to 
the, 18, 81 ; capital punishment in 
the, 83. 

Cirencester, 15, 32 ; Roman pavement, 
138-9 ; Abbot of, 14, 335 ; Richard 
of, 13, 274. 

Cirintunia, see Cyreton. 

Cissor, Stephen, Canterbury, 2- 304. 

Cistercians, 15, 59 ; order of, 3,22. 

Cists of stone, 15, 86-7, 313-7. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVITI. 



Cittepere, Ailmar, Minster (1202), 2, 
271-2. 

Civiere, a hand-barrow, 2, 119. 

Claise, i.e. hurdles, 2, 11 s - 

Claiburgh, Dr. Win., 16,87. 

daigate, Robert de la, Shipbourne, 1, 
260. 

Claindune, Ralph of, AV., 5, 200. 

Clampard, Robert, 17, 3G4 ; Thomas 
(1748), 2, 87. 

Clampct, John, H, 291. 

Clanricarde, Earl of, 15, 5 ; Richard, 
Earl of, 16, 56;TTlick,Marquess of, 5G. 

Clapitus, Joan, relict of Henry Gysors, 
10,12.".. 

Clapsho, Philip, 13, 320 ; Richard, ib. 

( Hare ( lastle, 16, 18, 33 ; College, 33-4 ; 
honour of, 4, 315; 15,14; Priory, 
16, 18, 19. 

Clare arms, 10, 330; 11, 106. 

Clare, Rev. Claudius (1748), 18, 446. 

Clare, Elizabeth de Burgh, Lady de, 
13, 90 ; 15, 5 ; 16, 33-4 ; Gilbert 
de, Earl of Gloucester and Hertford, 
11, 327; 13, 90; 16,31,33; Gil- 
bert de (Strongbow), Earl of Pem- 
broke, 16, 18, 19 ; Gilbert de (ub. 
1152), 19; Gilbert de, 13, 127; 
John (Hawkhurst), 5, 77; John, 
Earl of, 11, 234'; John de St., 
13, 290; Joseph, 17/312; Ma- 
tilda, widow of Richard (1263), 
4, 316 ; Matilda, Countess of, 16, 
20; Richard de, Escheator, 9, L63 ; 
Richard de, Earl of Hertford, 13, 
127; 14,326-7; 16,16-18; Rich- 
ard, brother of Roger the Earl, 14, 
328 ; Richard, son of the Earl, ib. ; 
Richard, brother of Gilbert the 
Strongbow {oh. 1136), 16, 18-19; 
Robert, eoii of Richard Fitz-Gilbert, 
16, 18 ; Roger de, Earl of Hertford 
(oft. 1173), 14, 327-8; 16, 19-20; 
Simon de, 14, 333; Stephen 13, 
292 ; William de, 13, 292; 17, 39; 
Walter de, 16, 18. 

Clareborgh alias Acrise, William, 18, 
364. 

Clarembald, Abbot, of Faversham, AV., 
4, 210; justice itinerant, 5, 24. 

Claremont, Adeliza, daughter of Count 
of, 16, L8. 

Clarence, Humphrey, Duke of, 16. 1 1 ; 
Lionel, Duke of, 34; Thomas, Duke 
1117), 4. 158. 

Clarendon, Earl of, 10. 45; H, 
Ixx.wii. 262, 273,297,298, 301 ; 17, 
12 3. 

Clares, the, Karl- of Gloucester, Lords 
of Tunbridge Castle, 1. 7; 16. L8; 
Lords of Manor of Hardres, 4, 46. 



Claridge, allied to Deriug, 13, 438 ; to 
Walker, ib. 

Clark, 16, 184, 190. 

Clarke. Ann. child of Benjamin, 9, 52 ; 
Brett, 12, 255; Christopher, of Smar- 
den, 16, 97 ; of Sandwich, 194; Ed- 
ward, 11,271; Rev. Edward, 16, 124; 
George, ofWrotbam, 3, 180; George, 
Vicar of Lyminge, 9. 284; George, 
11, 143 ; Goodwife, 393 ; 16, 195 ; 
Henry, 18. 35: John, 14, 345; of 
Ford, in Wmtham, 4, 336; Airs., 
17, 208; Osmond, 18, 155; Pich- 
ard, 14, 345 ; 18, 35 : Robert, of Lee, 
9, 277; of Canterbury, 17. L23, 
128; Roger, of Hawkinge, 9, 268 ; 
Rev. R. L., 11,275; Thomas, 18, 
293; William, 11, 392; 13, 148, 
384 ; 14, 304. 

Clarke, Sir William, of Ford (1642), 
2, 186, 187. 

Clarke, G. T, F.S.A., on Bodiham 
Castle, 9, cv.-cxvi ; on the vaulting 
of Norman Castles, 13. 26 ; on the 
Dane John Mound, 15, 343-7. 

Clarke Joseph, F.S.A., on Preston 
Church, 9, lxxiii ; on St. Nicholas 
Church, Thanet, 12, 19-26. 

Clarke's Farm, in Cranbrook, 5, 255. 

Claudius, Emperor, in Britain, 2, 65 ; 
coin of, 9, 299. 

Claurefield at Fleet, in Richborough 
(1197), 1, 243. 

Clavel, Hatton, 11, 244; Rev. Tho- 
mas, 16, 112. 

Claveringge, John, 12, 165; Roger, 
165 ; Johanna, Juliana, and Alicia, 
166. 

Clavier, Anne, 15, 46. 

Claxton, Hammond, sen., 15, 394-5. 

Clay, Richard, 18- 23. 

Claybrook, Paul, 12. 390. 

Claydon, John de, 11, 60. 

Clave, Richard, Rochester, 2, 81. 

Claygate, allied to Osborne, 5, 234. 

Clayton, John, Leeds Priory, 2, 64 ; 
John, of Wlngham College, 61 ; 
Mary, child of Robt., 17, 62 ; Lady 
Walsingham's maid, 15. 172 ; Sir 
Thos., 11, 3; W.. exhibits Roman 
enamels. 2, xlii ; AVm., of llarley- 
ford, 16, 136; William, 18, 203; 
allied to AVarde, 16. 136. 

(Latham, Celtic urn at, 9, 24. 

Cleave, seat of John Orispe, 12, 415. 

Cleer, Tobias (Sandwich), 15. 1.44-7. 

Cleke Pond, Sittingbourne, 16, 2. 

Cleland, James I Romney), 13. 412. 

" ( Siemens " potter's mark, 4. ; ''<>. 

Clement, Adam, 14, 338; Elizabeth 
child of Sir R,, 10, 194, 196; John, 



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12, 423; 17, 125, 139; 18, 400; 
Morice (1463), 10, 252; Nicholas, 
18, 2(3 ; Richard (1526), 1, 39, 41 ; 
Thomas, 18, 347; Thorazine, 26; 
Vincent, y.T.P. (1444), 1, 163 ; allied 
to Lovelace, 10, 194. 

Clement, of Serinlinge, W., 4, 211. 

Clement Street, 2, 2. 

Clements, manor of, 10, 147. 

Clementson, Rev. William, 16, 9G. 

Clensche, Maurice, Rector of Orping- 
ton, 13. 384. 

Clere, "William, of Maidstone College 
(1538), 2, 61. 

Clerenbaud, Abbot of St. Augustine's, 

1, 248-9. 

Clerk (Clericus), Arnold, Easling 
(1262), 3, 252; Columbinus (1250), 

2, 302 ; Elena (1195), 1, 231; Fabian 
(1257), 3, 244; Sir Francis, 14, 
381; George, 8, 86, 87; Gilbert 
(1271), 6, 244, 245 ; Hugh, 1, 231 ; 
John, Leeds Priory, 2, 64 ; John, 
Rochester Castle, 117, 126; John, 
of Preston, T., 3, 85; John (Can- 
terbury), T., 87 ; John, of Westgate, 
T., 91 ; John (1263-9), 3, 254 ; 5, 
292, 293, 295, 300; John, of Chart- 
ham, 8, 129, 130 ; John, 10, 155 ; 
of Pundys, 135 ; John (1549), 14, 
178 ; John le, 18, 340; Dame Joyce, 
18, 28 ; Loretta, 12, 295 ; Malgerius, 
the, W., Strood (c. 1220), 2, 227 ; 
Margaret, 18, 16 ; Maynard (Chat- 
ham^ 1263), 3, 253 ; Nicholas (1260), 

3, 250; Peter (Dartford), 221; 
Ralph the, 5, 259, 260; Richard 
the (1247), 2, 296 ; (1260), 3, 249 ; 
(1269), 5, 300; (1301), 9, 293, 
301 ; 10, 115 ; 18, 16 ; Robert, W., 
Strood (c. 1220), 2, 227; Sir 
Roland, 18, 28 ; Roger the (1268), 
5, 299; Roger (1412), 10, 247; 
Simon the (1195), 1, 231 ; Simon 
(1263), 3, 255 ; Thomas the (1195), 

1, 231 ; Thomas, W., 13, 560 ; Wal- 
ter (1263), 3, 253 ; William (1250), 

2, 302; William (1422), 10, lx ; 
William the, 9, 288 ; 10, 156; 12, 
295 ; Rev. William, 16, 87 ; William, 
18, 16. 

Clerke, arms and pedigree, 4, 246 ; 
Cecilia, 16, 70, 97 ; Ferdinand, 18, 
37 ; Sir Francis, of Rochester, 6, 
65 m; 15, 111-5, 118-9; 17, 173; 
Sir Francis, of Ulcombe, 17, 48 ; 
George, of Rochester, 10, 292 ; 
George, 14, 295; Grace, 15, 112, 
118; Henry (Serjeant), 15, 112, 
118; Humfrey, of Kingsnorth, 11, 
401 ; Jocosa, 18, 37 ; John, a 
VOL. XIX. 



Judge, 5, 27 ; John, Parson of 
Halgesto, 7, 238 ; John, Master of 
St. Mary's, Dover, 280; John, Can- 
terbury, 8, 122; John (15 Hen. 
VII.), 10, 323 ; Rev. John, 11, 400 ; 

14, 386; John, Rector of Ivy- 
church (1514), 13, 457-8 ; John, 12, 
426 ; 15, 335 ; 16, 86 ; 18, 413 ; 
Sir John, 15, 118; Mary, 16, 69; 
Nicholas, 12, 422; Richard, 427; 
Richard (Snargate, 1609), 13, 426; 
(Newchurch, 1370), 4G5 ; Robert 
(Lydd, 1483), 13, 450; Sir Row- 
land, 18, 37 ; Sir William, of Ford, 
16, 69-70. 

Clerk Ale, 10, 66. 

Clerks, Parish, 10, lx, Ixi, 65. 

Clerkson, John, 14, 320. 

Clervaux (Clervaus), Hugh de, 12, 
205 ; 13, 121 ; 15, 25. 

Clesefeld, Simon de, 3, 252. 

Cleten, John (1465), 10, 256. 

Cleve, 15, 269; William, 218, 236, 
269. 

Cleves, Anne of, at Dartford, 18, 
391-2. 

Cleybrooke, Paul, 12, 389, 390 ; Wil- 
liam, 389. 

Cleyndon, Thomas de (1257), 3, 245. 

Cleyton, see Clayton. 

Cliff e at Hoo (Cliue, Clyve, Clyue), 2, 
xliv ; 5, 328 ; 10, 145 ; 12, 225-6 ; 
13,367, 494-9; 14, 181, 208; 15, 
255, 260-9 ; 18, 397 ; Pipard's 
advowson, 11, 63 ; church, 11, 
xxxvii, 145-157 ; mural paintings, 
158; West Cliffe manor, 218, 265, 
269 ; peculiar jurisdiction, 41 ; Saxon 
cemetery, 13, 562; briefs for, 14, 
181, 208; church plate, 16, 328, 
368, 394, 425 ; rood-screen, 371 ; 
Rectors of, 14, 129; 15,217-54; 
fines of lands in, 11, 320, 324,339; 

12, 297; 14, 276, 278; 15, 285-7, 
290, 301 ; Rectory, 15, 255-8. 

Cliffe, St. Margaret at, near Dover, 

15, 286, 289. 

Cliffe, Eleanor de, 11, 153 ; Guncelin 
de, 10, 145 ; 15, 221 ; Richard de, 
Rector of Hawkhurst, 9,243, 261. 

Clifford, Alice, 11, 374; Alexander, 
394; Dame Anne, 7, 297; Anne, 
Countess of Dorset, 11, 241 ; Sir 
Coniers, 18, 36; Elizabeth de, 17, 
41 ; Henry (1587), 14, 361 ; Jane, 

13, 335, 336; John, 11, 374; John, 
7th Baron, 17, 41 ; Dame Mary, 18, 
36; Matthew, 13, 335, 336 ; Nicho- 
las, of Sutton, 11, 402 ; Richard de 
(1270), 6, 238, 243, 301 ; Roger de, 
W., 5, 176, 177, 180-7; Roger, a 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Crusader, 5, 103, 192 ; Thomas, 8th 
Baron, 17- U. 

Clifford, allied to Broker, 6. 289. 

Clifton, Barony of, 11, 263, 264, 295, 
298; Catherine, Lady, 11. L78, 226, 
238, 272; Lord, 51 ; Mary Stuart, 
Lady, 12. L05. 

Clifton, anus of, 10. 265 : descent of, 
12, 105 ; Sir Gervase, 10. 258, 262 ; 
11. 362; 12. 50, 105; [sabel, 10, 
258; Isabel, Lady, 262; Joan, 258; 
John, 14. 341; Katherine, 12, 50, 
51 ; see Clyfton. 

Clinch, Geobgke, Esq., on wroughl 
flints at West Wickham, 14,85-90; 
mi Wesl Wickham Church, 16, 
277-84; Antiquarian Jottings, 18, 
454; Palaeolithic implements at 
Bavensbourne, 15, 100-1. 

Clinkard, A., 11, 271. 

Clinton (Clvnton), Alice, 18, 24; 
John de, T., 3, 69 ; John, 18, 24 ; 
Juliana de, 18, 346; Win. de, Earl 
of Huntingdon, 2, 19; 10. 115, 1 17, 
118, 130, 132, 136-S, 142, 143, 146, 
148, 151,152, 161 ; 13, 90; 18,346; 
see Huntingdon and Clvnton. 

Clinton and Say, Lord, 10, lxx-lxxv, 
exxiii. 

Clitherow (Clyderow, Cly throw), Rich- 
ard (1422), 17, 18; Roger, arms 
of, 11, 397; William, 13, 248. 

Clive, the Hon. Henrietta, 17, 42; 
Hon. Robt. and Laity Harriet, 42. 

Clive, see Cliffe. 

Clucks, early, 7, 298 and n ; at Elhain 
(1290), 10, 51. 

Clok, John (Elmstead), 8, 147. 

Clokc, Robert (Kingsnorth), 9, 276. 

Clniivile, Wm. de, 12, 223. 

Clopham Church, 11, 371; Wm.de, 
14. 243. 

Clopstone, John, 6,188. 

Cloth, in the Anglo-Saxon cemeterv at 
Sarr, 7- 231 n \ made by Rinnans in 
Yorkshire, 9, xcvii ; trade ai Cran- 
brook, made by Flemings, xcvii; 
cloth-halls, oi; prices, ciii; Alnage 
on white, 11, 236, 255. 

Clothworkers' ( lompany, 11, 279, 28 1 ; 
shear- carved in Staplehursl Church, 
9, 197. 

Clottry, .Mr., 15, 394. 

clovell. Catherine, 2 56. 

Cloveshoe (Cloveshoo, Cloveshof), An- 
glo-Saxon Councils held at, 3- 23, 
21 ; 11, 1 15: 13. His. 

Clowton, manor of, 10, 116. 

•■ ( Rubber - Labber," earthworks in 

Swansoombe, 15, 70. 
Cluniao Order, 3, 22. 



Clunv, the Abbot of, 10. 269. 

Cluse, 10, 116. 

Clyderow, see Clitherow. 

Clyff, William, 15,269. 

Clyfford, Geo., 18, 400; John, of 
Bobbing, 7, 234; Rev. John (Brook- 
land, 1409), 13, 486; William de, 
5. 296. 

Clyfton, Gervase, 13. 324; Robert, 7, 
236 ; William. 14. 305 ; see Clifton. 

Clynche, James, 12, 426; John, 425. 

Clvnton, Elizabeth, 18, 24; Henry, 
ib.; Joan, ib.\ John,///.; William 
(1522), 12, 421 ; Wm., 18,24; see 
Clinton. 

Clysson, Lord, 16, 37. 

Clythrow, see ( Hitherow. 

Clyve, in Wrotham Hundred, 15, 377; 
see Cliffe. 

Cniva, or Cnivida, a King of the Goths, 
8, 22. 

Cnolla (and Noll), at Fleet, in Rich- 
borough (1197), 1, 243-5. 

Cnolle, Richard de, 12, 229. 

Cnolton, 12, 209. 

Coaches in the 17th century, 11, 226, 
237, 240, 247, 288; 17,402; 18, 
124, 145. 

Coal (1368), 2,118,130; (1492-1548), 
16, 305, 309, 310, 319 ; 18, 83, 96, 
101, 103-105, 107, 109-111. 

Coates, John (ob. 1717), 13, 47(5. 

Coates, Rev. R. P., 9, 239 », 301 ; 11, 
xl ; on library of Rochester Priory, 
6,120; on Hundred Rolls, temp. 
Edw. I., 186; Churchwarden's ac- 
counts, Darenth, 325 ; valuation of 
Dartford, 9, 285 ; 

Coates, allied to Dering, 10, 33G ; 13, 
438. 

Coal is, Martin, 2, 75, 82. 

Cobb, Rev. Charles, 17, 65 ; Eleanor, 
18, 292; Elizabeth, wile of Benja- 
min, 13, 475 ; John, 475 ; 18, 292 ; 
.Michael. 12, 253; Thomasine, 253 ; 
William, 11, 396. 

Cobbe, Alice and Edward, 12, 140; 
Henry (1269), 5, 299; Symon, 8, 
lid; see Cobbes. 

( 'obheham, see Cobham. 

Cobbes, Alice, 13, 462; Dionisia, 462 ; 
John, 280, 462; of Organers, 461. 

Cobbesole, 8utton, 3, 235. 
Cobbis, John (l 163), 10. 251. 

Cobbit, Lieut. -Colonel, 12, 98. 

( 'obeham, see < lobham. 

Cober, allied to .Masters, 4, 260. 

Cobham (Cobbeham, Cobeham), 1, 
251-2; 2, xliv, L98, 211-5,312; 3, 
250; 10. 32] ; 11. 308, 310; 12, 
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11, 68, 270, 287, 321-30, 375; 
18, 34. 

Cobham Church and College, 2, 223, 
225; 11, xxxix, 49-52, 67, 214-5; 

12, 124, 126, 164-5 ; 14, 103, 371 ; 
15, 375. 

Cobham College, 2, 28; 6, 118; 11, 
xxxix, 51, 67, 69-71, 74, 129, 144, 
214, 215; licence to build in the 
churchyard, 2, 223; refounded by 
Sir William Brooke, Lord G, 12, 
155; its Masters, 164-5 ; 18,448- 
50; chimney-piece in the hall, 18, 
147-50. 

Cobham Hall, 11, 66, 111, 200, 206, 
209-212, 216-19, 222, 226, 229, 274, 
286, 295-6, 298 ; 12, 49, 55, 65, 69, 
70, 78, 82, 87, 94, 102-3, 117, 125, 
146, 149, 151 ; visited by Charles I., 
6, 60 ; the Society's visits to, 2, xliv ; 
11, xxxviii ; Canon Scott Robert- 
son's paper on, lxv-xc ; pictures at, 
lxxix-lxxxii, 160-188 ; six wills re- 
lating to, 199-304; letters to the 
last Duke of Lenox, of Cobham 
(1667-72), 17, 373-408; inventory 
of his furniture there, 392. 

Cobham Manor, 11, 53, 75, 111, 218, 
265, 269. 

Cobham Park, 13, 2, 9, 14, 115, 144, 
495 ; Roman road at, 10, 171 ; 17, 
211; British ojjpidton and cromlech 
in, 121-2. 

Cobham (Chobham), in Surrey, 15, 
239. 

Cobham, arms, 11, lxxiv, lxxvi, 56 ; 
15, 3, 4, G, 7, 15, 18 ; of Beluncle, 

11, 67,69; of Chafford, 70 ; crest, 

12, 118, 128,129. 

Cobham, Agnes de, widow of Sir John 
(1356), 2, 21, 27 ; Agnes, sister of 
Sir Reginald, 13, 248 ; Ann, Lady 
(ob. 1559), 11, 200; Ann, wife of 
Thomas, 157 ; Anne, daughter of 
William, of Hoo, 12, 165; Avicia 
de, 15, 293 ; Bernard, son of Robert 
(1199), 2, 244-5 ; Elizabeth de 
(1402), 11, 70 ; Elizabeth (1558), 
157 ; Frances, Lady, 12, 146, 150, 
153 ; George, 11, 143 ; George 
Brooke, Lord, 12, 113-135; Henry 
de (c. 1219), 2, 316 ; Henry, son of 
Serlo (c. 1220), 226; (1230), 228; 
(1240), 229 ; Henry (a justiciary), 
5, 25 ; Henry, W., 215 ; 6, 308 ; 
Henry, constable of Rochester 
Castle, 5, 46; Henry (20 Edw. 
III.), 10, 118, 143, 145; Henry, 
junior, 109, 145 ; Henry, senior (le 
oncle), 145; Henry (ob. 1226), 11, 
53, 81 ; Henry, 1st Baron, lxv, 58- 



63, 68, 82, 128 ; Henry (1310), 316, 
319, 325; Henry, of Boundall, lxiii, 
lxiv, 59, 70, 81, 325, 357; Eenry 
and Johanna (7 Edw. II.), 12, 296; 
Henry Brooke, Lord, 12, 49, 69; 
Eenry, Edw. II. 's writ to, 14, 33] ; 
Henry, 1st Lord, 163; 15, 223 ; 
Henry (Tonbridge Castle, L326), 16, 

H.-,; Idonia, 15, 293; Isabella, 11, 
319; James de, 10, 138; 15,L'ls. 
223, 250-01 ; James de (1317), 11, 
61 ; James, of Blackboro', si' ; Ladj 
Joan (Berkeley), 3, 1 13; Joan de 
(ob ante 1298), 11, 50-5N ; Joan, 
of Sterboro' (1361), 85; Joan, of 
Roundall, 325-0 ; Sir John de, 1,01, 
66,126; (Thornham. 1248), 2,33; 
(1285), 33 ; (1356), 21 ; built Cow- 
ling Castle, 95-100; (dead in 1300), 
4,235; (1376), 5,86; (1382), 87 n, 
89 n ; (W.), 8, 290, 291 n ; (20 Edw. 
III.), 10, 118, 145 ; (38 Hen. III.), 
12, 217, 226, 227; Sir John de, 
115, 156, 159 ; son of Sir Stephen, 
145, 147; John (ob. 1521), 11,53, 
81, 128; John, the younger (ob. 
1300), lxv, 54-58, 81, 128 ; John, of 
Roundall, 82, 357 ; John, of Black- 
boro', 82 ; John, of Beluncle, 82 ; 
John (1588), 390; John, 2nd 
Baron, 11, 50, 56, 63-67, 71, 82, 352 ; 
John, 3rd Baron, 51, 67, 70-87, 129- 
132, 139 ; John Brooke, Lord, 12, 
96, 101 ; John (11 Edw. II.), 14, 
249; John, Lord, 17,240; John 
(Upchurch), 18, 400; Sir John, 
founds Cobham College, 13G2, 447-8 ; 
Juliana de (1367), 11, 68; Lord 
(Thomas Brooke, 1429), 2, 101; 
(1580), 82, 84; Lord (Lord War- 
den), 7, 302, 303; Lord (Governor 
of Dover Castle, 1503), 9, 1S7 ; 
Lord (William Brooke), 10, lxxvii, 
cxiii, cxiv, exxi ; Lord (Henry 
Brooke), exxii; Lords of, 11,49-112; 
12, 113 ; 18, 449-50 ; Margaret (ob. 
1375), 11, 68 ; (ob. 1395), 72, 81, 84 ; 
Margaret (wife of Stephen, 17 Edw. 
1L), 15, 277; Maud, 13, 513; 
Maud (1380), 11,68-9 ; Maximilian, 
12, 147 ; Ralph (ob. 1402), 11, 70, 
82; (11 Edw. II.), 14, 249; (17 
Edw. II.), 15, 284-5; Sheriff of 
Kent, 1250, 302; Reginald and Sir 
Reginald, 2, 32 ; 10, 138, 143, 155, 
158; 12, 207, 209, 226, 231, 234; 
Sir Reginald, W., 8, 290, 291 » ; 
Reginald (1251), 11, 54, 81 ; (1332- 
1402), 67-70 ; (1335), 64, 81 ; (1402), 
66, 82-85, 397; of Roundall (ob. 
1405), 82; of Chafford, 82; Sir 
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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Eeginald (14th century), 13,248; 
Reginald ( Rector of Adisham, 1390), 
14, 163 ; Sir Eeginald, at Cressy, 16, 
37 : Richard, 2. 229; Serlo de, 11, 
53; 15. 15 j Stephen, of Ifcoundall, 
11. 82; Stephenson of Eenry,319; 
Stephen de 1 17 Edw. II.), 15. -77 ; 
(18 Jvlu. II.), 293 ; Thos. (LordC, 
L525), 1, 20 ; Sir Thomas, T., 4, 08, 
72; Thomas, of Eoundall, 11, 68, 
82 ; Thomas, of B-eluncle (1339), 63, 
»i7. 82, 80 ; 14, 103 ; 15, 15; Thos., 
Bishop of Worcester (1316), 61 ; 
15, 223 ; Thomas, of Chafford, 70, 
82; Thomas (1553), 143; Thomas 
( 1592), 157 ; Thomas, son of Henrv, 
13. 313; Thomas de (18 Edw. 
II.). 15, 293; Sir Thomas, of 
Sterhoro', 16, 44; Viscount, 11, 9, 
208 ; Walter do, son of Richard, W. 
(c. 1230), 2, 229 ; William, Lord, 5, 
254 : Sir William, T„ 8. 290, 291 n ; 
William, 9, 48; William (1407), 
11, 91 ; Sir William, 113 : William 
(1402), 70; William, of Chafford, 
82 ; of Staplehurst, 82 ; William 
(1490), 395; see also Brooke and 
Oldcastle. 

Coboyle, Isabella (1500), 16, 316. 

Cohtree, T. Franklyn of, 17, 256. 

Coc, Robert, W„ 5, 222 ; 6, 199. 

Coccsbrok, Henry de, 11, 326. 

Cocfeud, Sir Robert de, 6, 237. 

Cochet, Abbe, 10, 132. 

Cock, i.e. a boat, 9, 114: 

Cock, Elizabeth {nee Fogge), 5, 125 ; 
Georire, 10, 189, 213-4; Isabella, 
18, 37; Philip, 37. 

Cockel, John (1214), 5, 292. 

Cocker, Mr., 17, 193. 

Cockeram, J., Queenborough, 7, 237. 

Cockerel), Maria, 18, 28. 

Cockermouth, 11, 274, 270, 291. 

Cockes, Mr., 18, 220 ; Thos., 11, 399; 
Rev. Thos., 400. 

Cocket, John, 18, 37 ; Sampson, 37. 

Cockewell, Vincent, W., 5, 80. 

Cock-fighting;, 10, 173, 175, 179. 

Cockleford, Simon de, 10, 146. 

Cockling, John, 12, 389 ; Val., 390. 

Cockman, Dr., 5. 97, L01. 

Cockride, 10. 141 ; 11, 366, 367. 

Cocks Elizabeth, 18. 24; John, 24; 
Richard, 10, 137. 

Cocksey, Roger, Strood, 16, 335. 
death, 18, I L8. 

Cockshot (Cokshote) Bridge (Cok- 
shetebridge), 5, 80 and a ■ field, 
Dartford'Q, 302. 

iot, Eawkhurst, 9, 260 ». 

Cockstan, see Cuxton, 



Coclescumbe, 12, 209. 

Cocus, 6. 303 ; see Cook, not Cock. 

Codby, William, 12, 424. 

('odd, John, 18, 24; Geo., of Ash, 9, 
48 ; Michael de, W., 5. 197 ; Robert, 
18. -101 ; Thomas. 24, 400. 

Codde, Sir Thomas, 11, 381. 

Codde Ward, Romney, 13, 205. 

Coddesthe, see Codsheath. 

Code, Cristina, 11, 357 ; John, 357. 

Codeham, see Cudham. 

Codeslonde, 12, 218. 

Codested, John de, Milton (1249), 2, 
298. 

Codham, see Cudham. 

Codintone, 12, 237 ; Alavn de, 237. 

Codsheath Hundred, 10, 153, 158 ; 12, 
235. 

Codwell, Richard, 4, 249. 

Codynton, John (1369), 14, 162. 

Coenred, King of Northumbria, 8, 48. 

Coenwulf, King of Mercia, 8, 48. 

Coffins, Roman, of lead, 9, 164-73; 
16, 9-11; 18, 313; of stone, in 
crvpt of Canterbury Cathedral, 18, 
255, 256; at Hartford, 312. 

Coffyn, Jas., Lullingstone, 11, 401. 

Cogan, arms of, 10, 205 ; Sir Andrew, 
187 ; 18, 160. 

( logger, John, T., 3, 74, 91 ; William, 
14, 223. 

Coggeshall, Ralph de, 11, 31. 

Coif, of judges, 5, 21. 

Coins, in scoriae of old ironworks, 1, 
110 ; gold, worn as ornaments, 3, 
41; looped, probably mounted in, 
Britain, ib. ; imitation of French, 8, 
172; cup-shaped, 18, 316; scyphate, 
316 ; mystical figures on, 316. 

Coins found at Bekesbourne, 2, 40 ; at 
Borden, 9, 299; at Boxted, 15, 105 ; 
at Canterbury, 3, JO; 4, 34; at 
Clyffe at Hoo, 15, 258 ; at Cobham, 
321-30 ; at Cudham, 5, 330, 331 ; at 
Dartford, 18, 312; at Deal, 14, 
368-9; at Frindsbury, 18, 190, 192 ; 
at Ightham, 2, 8; in the S. Jutland 
mosses, 8, 222 ; at Lymno, 18, 43- 
45; at Maidstone, 1, 104-160; at 
Linton, mar Maidstone, 15, 71, 73, 
379; at Ramsgate, 18, 2 ; at Rich- 
borough, 8, 10; 18, 5, 12, 72-5; at 
Rochester, 194, lit."); al Sane, 3, 38, 
39 : 5, 308, 311 : 6, 162 : at Spring- 
head, 17, 20'.); 18, 188; at Bexlej 
Heath, Upton, 313; at Wingham, 

14, 139; 15, 353, 355 ; at West 

Wickham, 16, 283. 
Coins, gold British, exhibited, 2, xli. 
Coiteman, Ralph, W. (c. 1220), 2, 227. 
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(1368), 2, 129; Edmund, 14, 243 ; 
Felice atte, brass in Erith Church, 
16, 155, 214; Isabella, 14, 243; 
John, 16, 155 » ; John A., of 
Swynefeld, 18, 345 ; Leticia, 345 ; 
Maurice, 16, 155 «; Risi, ib. ; Robert, 
T., 3, 91; Robert (1258), 3, 246; 
Rev. Thomas, 4, 228, 232 ; Thomas 
(1538), 17, 100. 
Coke, Sir Edward, Chief Justice, his 
collar of SS., 1, 87-92 ; his MS. re- 
ports, 2, 313 n ; his son Henry, 10, 
194, 196. 

Coke, John, 6, 188 ; 11, 155, 156 ; Sir 
John, 234 ; Philip, 155, 156. 

Coke, allied to Lovelace, 10, 194, 208. 

Cokel (?), Simon, W., 5, 222. 

Coker, East (Somerset), Roman pave- 
ment, 10, 139. 

Cokerel, Thomas, of Dartford, 9, 289 ; 
of Canterbury, 17, 124, 126, 128. 

Cokerherst manor, 10, 155 ; 16, 232. 

Cokerherst, Thomas de (Lullingstone), 
5, 270 ; Elycia de, ib. 

Cokersand Abbey, 14, 146. 

Cokeryng, 13, 303 ; Alice, ib. ; Gilbert, 
ib. 

Cokes, of Norfolk, 13, 197. 

Cokesford, Nicholas de, 10, 146. 

Cokeyde, Richard (1455), 13, 449. 

Cokey e, Richard, of Dartford, 9, 297. 

Cokin, William (1251), 2, 303, 309. 

Cokk, Arnold, Leeds Priory, 2, 64. 

Cokks. Robert (1552), 14, 304. 

Cokkys, John, 18, 385. 

Coklett, a bellfounder, 15, 335. 

Cokride, in Lan^port Hundred, H, 
366 ; 12, 211, 222. 

Coks, John, Minster Priory, 7, 304. 

Coksale, Dr. John (1483), 10, lxii. 

Cokshote, see Cockshot. 

Cokyl, Thomas (Brookland), 13, 486. 

Cokyn, Alexander, 12, 289 ; 14, 241. 

Col', Osbert of, W., 5, 197. 

Colard, Hamo, 12, 426. 

Colbrond Ward, Romney, 13, 205. 

Colbrond (Colbrand, Colbraunde, 
Colebrand, Colebraund), Hamo, 13, 
305, 314, 316 ; 14, 25G, 358 ; 15, 
276; John, T., 3, 83; John, 10, 
127; 12, 212. 

Colby, William (Warehorne), 4, 102. 

Colchester, Committee (1643) at, 14, 
359 ; favours the Duke of York, 7, 
243 ; Roman coffins at, 9, 166 n. 

Colchester, John, 2, 127. 

Cold Eaton, discoveries at, 6, 158. 

Coldam, or Coldham, see Caldham. 

Coldbrand, Joan, Wye, T., 3, 82; 
John, 82, 83. 

Coldecote, Herts, 14, 76. 



Cold Harbour, 13, 126, 275, 361; 

Cold Arbour, 15, 107. 
Coldred (Colred), 6, 497; 12, xlii, 

208 ; earthworks at, 9, 12 ; Vicar of, 

17, Hi. 

Coldreham, 13, 14, 16. 

Coldwell, John (Saltwood), 18, 430. 

Cole, Alice (alias Williard), 18, 26; 

Elizabeth, 18, 37; Felicia, 15, 284; 

Lady Frances, 11, 176, 177; Rev. 

George, 16, 96; John (1472), 10, 

lxii, lxv ; Rev. J no., 9, lxi ; 16, 290 ; 

John, of Bethersden, 16, 89 ; John, 

18, 37 ; Richard, 18, 18 ; Robert, 
15, 284; Rev. Robert, 16, 89; 18, 
69; Sarah (1352), 10, Hi; William, 

t 15,284; 18, 18. 
Colebourne, Mr. (conveyancer, 1648), 

10, 178-9, 185, 195, 203,212; 18, 

159, 160, 164. 
Colebrand, see Colbrond. 
Coleby, James (1644), 14, 179. 
Colekin, Ralph, W., 4, 218. 
Colelingdene, Heilric de, W., 6, 206. 
Coleman, Elias (Dartford, 1195), 1, 

231 ; William, Curate of Mersham, 

10, 282. 
Colemouth, mouth of the Medway, 9, 

113, 114. 
Colens, Robert (Lymne, 1524), 2, 61 ; 

13, 95; 14, 165; 18,444. 
Colepeper, or Culpeper, 11, 63, 143, 

396; 13, 127; 15, 16, 28; arms, 

4, 264; 11, 395 ; 15, 16 ; pedigree, 

4, 264 ; of Hackington, 1, 73. 
Colepeper House seized by Sheriff 

(1553), 3, 180. 
Colepeper, Alexander, 10, 323 ; Sir 
Alexander, 5, 114 ; Alice, 14, 360 ; 
17,255; Ann, 18,453; Catherine, 
15, 151; Sir Cheyney, 14, 58; 18, 
401 ; Cicely, 71 ; Lady Custance, 11, 
403 ; Edward, 396 ; Elizabeth (1555), 

5, 114; Geoffrey, 1, 128; John, a 
judge, 5, 27, 34 ; of Goudhurst, 7, 
236; (1333), 11, 63; of Aylesford, 
399 ; of St. Stephen's, ib. ; John, 14, 
276 ; Sir John (1474), 2, 230 ; (2 Ric. 
III.), 3, 144; Sir John, 14, 58; 
Lord, 14,361; 15,150-1; 17,173; 
the Ladies, H, 10 ; Margaret (1555), 
5, 114; alias Sedley, 18, 17; 
Materia, 14, 276 ; Mr., 15, 395 ; 
(1561), 17,236-7 ; Paulina, 14, 361 ; 
Poininges, 18, 16 ; Richard (of 
Oxenhoath, 1474), 2, 230 ; of Bast 
Farleigh, j, 236 ; of Goudhurst, 7, 
236; Richard, 14, 276, 360; 18, 
17 ; Sir Richard, 17, 255 ; 18, 453 ; 
Thomas, 1, 128 ; T., 3, 69 ; of 
Bedgbury, 4, 236 ; Thomas, 10, 144 ; 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. XVIII. 



11, 5, 399: 14. 276, 332, 331, 36] ; 
15, L6; 16. 35, 165; 17, 256; 
(1553), 14. 322-3; Sir Thomaa 

marries Lady Wythens, 5, 4-0 ; Sir 
Thomaa, 9,38 n ;"l0. 217; 17. 173, 
l'.".:. : Walter, 10, 153: 14, 276; 
18. 20; William (of Goudhurst), 
7. 231; (of Hunton), H, 403 ; Wil- 
liam, 11, 396; Sir William, 18, 
453. 

Colepeper'a Adversaria, 17, 200; 
Herbal, 9, 73. 

( Joleride manor, 10. 121. 

Coleridge, Edward, 4. 59. 

Culi'suii alias Ilavnes, Anna, 18, 40. 

Coleville (Coluill), Philip de, 15, 277; 
Robert, 277 ; Seigneur de, 31. 

ColeweU, near Faversham, 13, 301. 

Coley, Richard (Langdon), 15, 61. 

Colgraine, John, 12. 426. 

Colgrim, King of Northumbria, 8, 33, 
35. 

Colier (Coliere), Adam, 14, 243 ; Alice, 
263 ; Elena, 243 ; John le, 243. 

Colignou, Marie de, 15, 34. 

Coligny, Odo, Cardinal, 14, 288. 

Colinton, Adam de, 8, 280. 

Colkirke, Alianor de, 11, 354 : John, ib. 

Colkyn, Alina, 15, 307; 18, 341; 
John, T., 3, 89 ; John, 10, 121 : 13, 
279, 297, 305 ; Ralph, 12, 210 ; 
Richard, 13, 297 ; Thomas, 15, 307 ; 
18, 341. 

Collard, J., of Brook Farm. Reculver, 
12,253; John, 11, 342; Richard, 
14. 295: Sara. 11. 342. 

Collars, of " The King's Liver}' " (Hen. 
VI.), 83; of SS., 1, 80-93; 11, 
225, 234 ; 12, 371 ; the Yorkist, of 
roses and suns, 1, 84; jewelled of 
roses, 11, 236; of letters, 239 ; of 
Orders of Garter and the Bath, 12, 
319. 

Collay, Robert, arms, H, 397. 

1 stions in Hythe Church on 26 
Sundays during 1112-]:',. 10- 245; 

College-Lock, Maidstone, 1. 17"'. 

i Robert (Ruckinge), 8, 313. 

Collen, William L526), 18, 1 1 I ». 

Collens, Robert, 13.95; see Coleus. 
L633), 17, 353. 

Collie, Rafe, 18, 40. 

Collier, Jessie, 18, 25 ; Margaret, 25. 

Collimore, allied to Lovelace, 10. 2ns ; 
James, 10. 206, 207 ; Sir John. 10, 
2' is; Lady Mabella, 10, 205, 207, 
: 16. 68. 

Collins, family, 18, 405 ; Commissary, 
14, 105; of Lamberhurst, 17, 40, 
45, 89 : Mr , 359; Samuel, 40 ; Wil- 
liam, 13, 138. 



Collisone, Daniel (Hawkhurst, 1G89), 

5, 76». 
Collmer, Henry, 12, 390. 
Collock, Dr., 5, 121. 
Collyer, John. H, 388; 18, 378; 

Sarah, 39 ; William, 39. 
Collyu, Rev. Martin, 17, 221, 232. 
Collyns, arms, 18, 414; Giles, ib. ; 

John, ib. ; Robert, Prebendary of 

Win-ham, 2, 01 : 13- 95; 14, 105; 

18, 441. 
Collyswood, Thanet, 12, 385. 
Colman, Bartholomew (Orpington, 

1407), 13, 383; Edward, 12,3110; 

John, 3. 106 ; Margaret, 18, 10 ; 

Mr. (1490), 16, 299 ; Richard, 12, 

390; Stace, 16, 295, 296; Thomas 

(Greenwich), 8, 159; Thos., 18, 16 ; 

William. 12. 389. 
Colne, John, clerk, 2, 27. 
Coluett, Eic, Vicar of Lydd, 13, 448. 
Coins, Rev. Roger, 6, 285. 
Colomb, Col. Geo., F.S.A., on the 

Royalist rising in Kent (1048), 9, 

xevi, 31. 
Colonna, Cardinal, Vicar of Lydd, 13, 

445. 
Cologne, P., Archbishop of, 13, 507. 
Coloigne, John de, 10, 148. 
Colson, Elizabeth, 18, 17. 
Colspore, see Culspore. 
Colt, Thomas (1403), 10, 251 ; 16, 176. 
Coluer, John, 17, 93, 96, 103. 
Coluere, Stephen, T., 3, 73. 
Columbare, i.e. a muniment room, T., 

3, 83. 
Columbers (Columbariis, Columberio), 

Alice de, 11, 319, 325, 326 ; 14, 261 ; 

John de, 10, 126, 134, 152 ; Matthew 

de, 11, 63 ; Philip de, 10, 274 ; 12, 

212, 213, 21!i. 220. 222; Stephen, 

14, 201 ; Thomas, 261. 
Columella on Roman villas. 10, 168. 
Columpna, Archdeacon P.. 18, 443. 
Colverhagh, iu Broomfield, 18. 251. 
Colyer, John (1367), 2. 121. 

Colvn, Andrew, 13- 209, 273 ; Cecilia, 
12. 307; John.T.. 3,94 bis : John, 
13,234,236; 15. 283 ; Vicarof El- 
ham, 10, 55; (Uythe), 244, 249; 
Michael, 14, 243; Peter, 13. 236; 
Richard, 11, 322; Roger (New- 
ohuroh, 1371), 13. 405; Thomas, 

15, 27; of Brookland (1 163), 13, 
485; Walter, 12, 307 ; William, 13, 
236. 

Colyne, Richard, 10, 143. 
Colynve, Rev. John, 13, 412. 
Coman, .Matilda, 11, 338; Walter, ib. 
Comb found at Sarro, 5, 313 ; 6, 168, 
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Combden, Jobn, 18, 30 ; "Win., 36. 

Combe (or Cumbc), 2,297,308,312, 
325; 3, 250; 10, 130, 133; 11, 
354, 357 ; 12, 215 ; 15, 303 ; manor 
of, 11, 357; 12, 134; St. Nicholas, 
rood-screen, 14, 370; town (E. Far- 
leigh), 15, 74. 

Combe, North, alias Crundale, alias 
Upper Faniiiscombe, 10, 133. 

Combe (Cumbe, Coumbe), pedigree, 
2, 297, 325; Alice, 13, 310; An- 
drew, 311 ; Henry, 311 ; Hugh de, 
10, MO ; John de, 3, 83 ; John de, 
10, 134; 12, 215, 424; 13, 311; 
18,337; Philip de, 12, 216; Ralph 
de, 10, 133 ; Richard de, 9, 159 ; 
Eobert de (1252), 2, 297; Simon 
de, 2, 310 ; 9, 160 ; Thomas de, 2, 
310; 10, 133; William of, W., 6, 
221 ; Win. de, 11, 328, 335. 

Combewell, 16, 32. 

Combs, Robert, 14, 97. 

Comes Littoris Saxonici, 13, 98. 

Comfort, " Goodman," 18, 138 ; Thos., 
of Keston, 9, 275. 

Committees, of the Parliament (1643), 
2, 202, 203, 209; money collected 
for, 5, 123 re; of Kent (1643-8), 9, 
32, 34. 

Common Pleas, origin of Court, 5, 
20. 

Commonwealth's Court of Record 
(1058), 17, 31. 

Communicants (i.e. all adults), Census 
of (1569), 17, 126. 

Communion plate, 17, 119; 18,361-2, 
327-8, 392 ; see Church plate. 

Communion table of boards (1566), 
17, 120, 130. 

Complyn, Walter (1561-3), 17, 115. 

Compostella, St. James of, 13, 112. 

Compoter, i.e. accountant, 2, 129, 131. 

Compton, Anthony, 13, 403 ; Henry, 
Bp. of London, 18, 237, 238 ; 
Harry, of Hoo, 10, 66 ; Lady, nee 
Spenser, 12, 158 ; Ruth, 13, 403 ; 
Walter, 2, 121; Wascelin, Hants, 
5, 30 ; Sir William, 9, 38 re. 

Comyn, Joan, 15, 14 ; Joan, Countess 
of Athol, 10, 259; John, of Bade- 
noch, 259. 

Conch, i.e. apse, 10, cii. 

Concreto, Scherus de, 14, 335. 

Condingebury, 13, 129. 

Conduits, early, at Canterbury Priory, 
7, 182. 

Coneyire (Teynham), 14, 205 ; 
William, 196. 

Confession, Outer, practised, 9, 238. 

Confessor's chamber at Minster 
Priory, 7, 301. 



Confort, William, 11, 322. 

( longesett, Alice, prioress of St. James's 

Hospital, Canterbury, 5, 127. 

Conghursl (Congeherst, Congehurst), 
in Eawkhurst, 9, 260; Edmond, 
W.. 5, 79; George, W., 79; John, 
9, 261; (HawkMurst), 7, - : '>"< i 
Mildred, 7, 235 ; Thomas, 9, 201 ; 
arms, 260 n. 

Conisburgh, 8, 31. 

Conners, see Le Connors. 

Conntrey, Bennetta, 18, 89 n ; 
Jerome, 89 n ; John, 89 n ; Thomas, 
Fordwich (1572), 88, 89; see 
Contry. 

Consistorj' Court of Rochester, at 
Dartford, 18, 386. 

Constable, Robert, 16, 196, 197, 199. 

Constans, 15, 256 ; Roman coins of, 
6, 162 re; 15, 322-5, 329. 

Constantine, coins of, 4, 34 ; 6, 162 re; 
14, 139; 15, 322-4; 18, 43, 44; 
churches founded by him, 46. 

Constantine the Great and the 
Younger, 8, 22. 

Constantine, son of Alice de Heriet, 
5, 279 ; Fitz-Alard, 281 n, 287. 

Constantine, Stephen, 12, 236. 

Constantine, allied to Darell, 17, 48. 

Constantius II. and III., coins of, 15, 
322-6. 

Conteurs, i.e. pleaders in the Curia 
Regis, 5, 20. 

Controne, Rev. Pan-Bon-de, 16, 122. 

Contry, arms and pedigree, 5, 235. 

Conventicle Act, 11, 257. 

Conway, Sir Edward, 10, lxxxix ; 11, 
229, 230; Lord, 12, 06, 73; Rev. 
Mr., his house, 2, 72 ; Secretary, 
12. 57 ; Rev. William, 17, 310. 

Cony, case of (c. 1650), 5, 37. 

Couyngbrook, Thomas, 2, 123. 

Conyngham, Lord Albert, 15, 369, 
371 ; Lady Elizabeth, 12, 372 ; 14, 
180; Lord Francis, 180; Lady 
Harriet, 180 ; Marquess, 5, 308; 6, 
331 ; 10, 298 ; 14, xlvii, 109, 172, 
173, 180; 15, 312, 317; Mar- 
chioness, 14, 172, 173. 

Coocher, Thomas, 17, 28. 

Cook (Cocus), Alexander, W., e. 1240, 
2, 230 ; Alured, 3, 210 ; Basilia, 4, 
292; Sir Edward (1667), 18. 128; 
John, of Canterbury, T., 3, 76 ; 
John, 14, 211 ; Mr. (singing-master, 
1649), 15, 182, 184-6; Nicholas, 
W., 5, 220 ; Ralph, T., 4. 72. 73 ; 
Ro^er (Osprimie), 4,292; Thomas 
(Cheriton, 1437), 18, 364; William 
(Boughton Aluph), T., 3, 81; 
(Dartford), 9,296. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Cooke, allied to Osborne, 5, 228 ; to 
Lovelace, 10, 207 ; Agnes, 18- :; I ; 
Austin, 10, 207 ; Edmund, 17. 275 ; 
(of Lesnes), 18, 379; (of North 
Cray), 380; Col. Edward, 12, 97; 
Elizabeth, alias Nicholson, 18, 31; 
George, 17, 275-6 ; 18, 378 n, 381 ; 
Henry, 17, 275 ; 18, 378 n ; Sir 
John" 4, 228, 233; John (1467), 

10, lxvi; John, 18, 17, 31; of 
Broadwater, 378 n ; Katherine. 17; 
Lady, of Gidea Hall, 13, 372 ; Mar- 
garet, 10, 203 ; Robert, 17, 275 ; 
(Clarencieux), 4, 259, 267; 5,227; 
(Mayor of Fordwich), 18, 87; 
Stephen, 4, 245 ; Thomas, 2, 79 ; 
18, 34; Sir Thomas, of Gidea Hall, 
5, 128; Thomas (1484), 10, Ixi, 
lxii, lxvii ; William, 18, 34, 228, 
233, 385. 

Cookeson, Elizabeth, widow, 18, 33. 

Cook's Cross, 5, 81 n. 

Cookstone (Cukelestaue), fine of land 
in, 3, 234; Wicham in, 5, 302. 

Coole, Richard, 18, 26; Roger, 12, 
421. 

Cooling, or Cowling (Coulyng, Coul- 
ynge, Culinge), 2,226; 10, 109, 
145 ; 13, 10, 11 ; 15, 223, 2C1, 270, 
272. 297 ; 18, 341 ; Castle, 10, 145 ; 

11, xxxv, li, 71, 91, 94, 128-144; 
12,120,124; 17,215; Inscription 
on gatehouse, 11, 77, 134 ; castle 
besieged by Wyafct, 141-144 ; 
manor, H, 53,128, 129,207,218; 
Park, 144, 214; vill of, 12, 225. 

Cooliug, Godwin de, son of Osbern 
(c. 1220), 2, 226; Mat. Button, 
rector of, 18, 302. 

Coolyn, John, 15, 386-7-8. 

Coombes, Barth., 15, 145-7. 

Cooper, Ann, 14, 101 ; Christopher, 
8, 61 ; Edward, 18, 22 ; Elizabeth, 
214; Hannah, 14, 101; Jane, of 
Stone, 7,235 n ; Jane, 8, 61 ; John, 
14, 101 ; .Mrs., benefactor to Stone 
Church, 3, 128; Robert, of Bexley 
(1603), 18, 214 ; Thomas, of Ford- 
wich (IMS), Nil; Thomas, 400. 

Cooper, William Dubbant, Esq., 
l'.s.A.. on John Cade's Followers in 
Kent, 7. 233-271. 

nn, Bromley, 13, 152. 
Coopertor, Stephen (1264), 5, 293. 
Coorte, William (Dover, 1556), 7, 
280. 

Adam. 12, 389. 
. Eon. Thomas, 18. 381. 
Cootes, Katherine, 18, 22 ; Richard, 

22. 
Cope, made into cover for the Holy 



Table, or an altar-cloth, 11, 10 ; 

17, 105, 135; sold, 115-G, 134. 
Cope, Dorothy, 11, 222, 224 ; Henry, 

14, 192 ; Jane, 360 ; John, of 

North Cray, 10, 285 ; Richard le 

(1268), 5, 295. 
Copeland, Ric. de (Newchurch, 1285), 

13, 464. 

Copenhagen, Bertram of, his Itinerary 

of Roman Britain, 13, 274. 
Coper, John (1485), 16, 290; (1493), 

306; (1498), 308; William, of 

Leeds Priory, 2,/> I. 
Coperlond, 13, 291. 
Copgrave, (Copgrove), 13. 127; John 

de, 10,150; 13, 127, 128; manor, 

10, 150. 
Cop Hall (by Ightham), 15, 96. 
Copherst, Henry (1412), 10, 247 ; 

Thomas de, 281. 
Copildyke, John (1463), 10, 251-254 ; 

see Copledike. 
Copland, Thomas (Ruckinge, 1474), 8, 

313. 
Copinser, John (1561), 17, 239. 
Copledike, John, 13, 256, 419; 

Thomas, 419; Win., 419; see Copil- 
dyke. 
Copley, Rey. John, 3, 194; 16, 87; 

Sir Thomas, 16, 87. 
Coppin, allied to Osborne, 5, 229 ; 

Abdia, 12, 367 ; Alex., 367 ; Frances, 

372; John, 367; Josiah (Snaru r ate, 

1624), 13, 426 ; Roger, 12, 367 ; 

Thos., 367, 368, 372 ; William, 368 ; 

Sir William, 17, 275 ; see Copyu, 

Coppyn, Coppyng. 
Coppinger, family, 11, 207-8; Frances, 

12, 146 ; Mr.,*2, 78 ; Thos., 12, 146. 
Coppyn, William (1556), 2, 58. 
Coppyng family. 15, 367. 
CoptHall, Essex, 11, 228, 229; relics 

at Knole, 9, xliii, xlix. 
Copton, 14, 202; manor in Preston, 

10, 318. 
Copton, Matilda, 15, 274; Thomas de, 

14,186,193; 15,274. 
Copuldike, 13, 419; arms, H, 396; 

see Copildyke, Copledike. 
Copwhayte, Henry, 18, 20. 
Copyn, Joan, 12^ 298; Walter, 298; 

14, 193, 199, 205. 

Coquet Isle, St. Woden's Church, 8, 
46. 

Cor, Custanoe, 4, 292 ; Richard le, ib. 

Corall, Nicholas, 14. 178. 

Corboil (Corboyl), William, Arch- 
bishop of Canterbury 1 1123-1136), 
founds Hover Priory of St. Martin, 
4, 6 ; restores Minster Priory, 
Shepey, 7, 290. 



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Corby, Alice, 18, 350 ; John, 350. 
Cordell, Thomas, 17, 359. 
Corder, Galvanus, 10, 123. 
Cordes, Monsieur de, 3, 165. 
Cordewaner, Adam (Dartford), 9, 

294. 
Cordon, Richard (Newchurch, 1399), 

13, 464. 
Coreour, John, 14, 197 : Wm., 196. 
Corisco, or Chorisco, 6, 13 and n. 
Cork, 4, 120. 

Cormick, Edward Henry, 18, 357. 
Cormongere, John, T., 3, 89. 
Cornbell, Robert, T., 3, 92. 
Cornbury, Lord, 17, 376, 392 ; Lady, 

392. 
Cornell, John (1522), 12,424. 
Cornewell, Christofer, 14,319, 321. 
Corner, G. R., Esq., 2, xliii ; on siege 

of Rochester Castle, xliv ; at Keston, 

13, 6. 
Corner, W. (1357), 10, lvii ; W. de 

la, 13, 121. 
Cornhill (Cornhull), Emma de, 18, 

352; Gervase de, 5, 24; 6, 26 n; 

(7 Hen. II.), 10- 100 ; Isabella de, 

11, 333; John de, 333; 12, 218; 

14,262; Matilda de, 1,248-9; 3, 

213; Maud de, 12, 312,314; Peter 

de, 18, 352 ; R. de (1247), 2, 319 ; 

Reginald de, 10, 138; 12, 205, 218, 

312; 13, 120; (1197), 1, 248-9; 

(a judge, 1201), 2, 257; (Ford- 

wich), 3, 213 ; (Sheriff of Kent, his 

house in Thanet), 5, 24; William 

de, 1, 168. 
Cornish mines (1583), 17, 197-8; 

urns, 9, 20, 25, 59 ; words, 78. 
Cornish, Joshua, 16, 204 ; Mrs., 181 ; 

Sarah, 206. 
Cornmongere, Godfrey le (1271), 6, 

237. 
Cornwall family, arms, 10, 330 ; 

Margaret, Countess of (1329), 14, 

334. 
Cornwall, 15, 41 ; Early Christian 

Church, 41. 
Cornwallis, Archbishop, 9, 178; 14, 

133 ; Earl, 133, 108 ; 15, 151 ; the 

Hon. Jas., 14, 133, 168 ; Lord, 16, 

xliv ; Marquess, 14, 133 ; 16, 138 ; 

F. Wykeham, 15, 151; 16, 86. 
Cornwell, Alice, 18, 38; Major 

(Hawkhurst), 5, 77 ; Robt., 77 ; 

Thomas, 18, 38. 
Cornylo (Quernilo) Hundred, 3, 80; 

10, 117, 160, 161; 12,207. 
Corona in Canterbury Cathedral, 13, 

18, 30, 506-7, 511, 515, 523. 
Corps, Rev. William, 17, 64. 
Corpus Christi, fraternity of, 1, 157, 



168; in Maidstone, 4, 115, 116; 

Festival at Coventry, 13, 216; at 

Canterbury, 218 ; Day, 17, 85 et 

seq.; Procession, 79; the Play, 147. 
Cortoue, Richard de, 10, 147. 
Cortjs, John (1579-80), 17, 137. 
Corvayser (Coruayser, Corueyser), 

Johanna, 18, 339; Mabilla, 14, 

248-9 ; Robert, 18, 339 ; Thos. le, 

14,248-9; Wm., 18, 339. 
Corvesor, i.e. cordwainer, 7, 238. 
Coryton, Andrew (Newchurch, 1399), 

13, 464. 
Cosen, Leonard, 12, 425 ; William, 

422. 
Cosin, Dr., Dean of Arches (1595), 10, 

lx ; Bishop of Durham, 18, 375 ; 

Mary, 375 ; Ralph, 15, 361, 363. 
Cosington, 11, 310; 15,9; manor, 

10, 144, 150. 
Cosington (Cosynton, Cosyntone), 

John and Johanna de, 11, 345 ; 

Richard, 395 ; Stephen de, 10, 131 ; 

Sir Stephen de, 150 ; 15, 8 ; 

Thomas de, 13, 31(5; William de, 

10, 150 ; 11, 345 ; 12, 214. 
Coslin (Pomerania), Runes at, 8, 189. 
Cosmer, Stephen, 11, 320. 
Cosnan, Bethia, 14, 382, 388; Col. 

382. 
Cossuma, Albertus, 13, 144. 
Cossyn, Thomas, 16, 291, 292. 
Coste or Coaste, Edmund, 18, 33; 

Richard, 33. 
Costentin (Costentyn), Stephen, 1257, 

3, 245, 246. 
Costynesmed, Dartford, 9, 301. 
Cosyes, or Cosynes, manor, 2, 173. 
Cosyn, Johanna, 13, 297; John, Mayor 

of Fordwich (1522), 18, 87, 95 ; 

Philip, 94; Ralph, 13, 297. 
Cote, John, T., 4, 68, 69, 70, 72, 74, 

75-8, 81-3 ; his confession, 68, 75 ; 

victor in a wager of battle, 69, 78. 
Coteler, John le, 15, 307 ; Juliana, 

307 ; Walter, 2, 112. 
Coteley, John, 12, 427. 
Coteman, Hugh, 14, 280; Johanna, 

280 ; Robt., 280. 
Cotes, John de, of Stone, 10, 156 ; 

William de (1325), lvi ; (1305), 224; 

William de, 14, 331. 
Cotesbrok, Henry de, 15, 276. 
Cotesham, Gilbert de, 12, 228. 
Coteyre, John, T., 3, 88. 
Cothorp, see Courthope. 
<'uttiller, Eudo C, 13, 314; Isabella, 

314; Roger le, 11,314. 
Cotland, Thos., 14, 319. 
Cotmanton Court, 10, 118. 
Cotom', John (1460), 10, 322. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Cottam, Charles, 17, 256. 

Cottesmore, Sir John, 1, 86. 

Cottingham'8 repairs, Rochester Cathe- 
dral, 18, 277 >>■ 

Cottington, Lord, 12, G5. 

Cotton manor, 10. 150. 

Cotton, Sir John, 16, 253; Sir J. 
(1659), 17, 328 ; Richard, 11, 293 ; 
Sir Robert, 1. 52; Thomas, 9, 230, 
232; 15. 362; 16. 64; 17- 228; 
William, 7, 236 n ; 9. cxvii ; 15, 363. 

Cotyer, Wm.. 14. 223. 

Cotyn, Gilbert, 15, 309; Margeria, 
309. 

Cotyng, Henry, 12, 127 : Richard, 
•125; William, Romney Marsh, 10, 
296 ; 17, 230. 

Cotyngham (14G5), 10, 257; Rev. 
Richard. 16. 174. 

Couhrok, 15, 362. 

Coucheman, Alex., 11, 402; Giles, 5, 
60 ; Richard, 11, 402. 

Coudenne, see Cowdcn. 

Couebrok, Agnes, 14, 254 ; Thos. de, 
254. 

Couen, see Cawne. 

Coulcher, Rev. Geo. 13. (Lymne, 1877), 
18, 438-41, lir.. 

Coulerne, 15, 302 ; Agnes, 302 ; John 
de, 302. 

Coulese, 15, 362. 

Couling, Coulynge, see Cooling. 

Coumbe, see Combe. 

Councils, at Canterbury (a.d. 844), 3, 
23 ; of Becanceld, Cloveshof, and 
Chelcyth, ib. 

Coundyishalle, Tniliatn de, 12, 301. 

Counfort, William, 13, 291. 

Cuiwty Gossip (a.d. 1713-1728), with 
notes, by T. G. Faussett, Esq., 5,87. 

Coupares, Johane (1504), 16. 317. 

Couper (Cowper), allied to Master, 5, 
239; Bartholomew, 14, 251 ; Cris- 
tina, 11, 330; Gilbert C, 13, 317 ; 
Henry, 354 ; [sabella, 317 ; John le, 
14,264; Margeria, 264 ; Richard, 
of Ashford, 8, 103 ; Robert, 2, 117, 
120; Sara, 14. 251 ; Stephen le, 11, 
330 ; Thomas le. 13, 86; Thomas, 
of Romney Marsh, 17, 230. 

Couperlaunde, fine of lands in, 11, 332. 

( loursehoarne, < !ranbrook, 9, ci. 

Court-at-Street, I Ihapel of St. Mary, 
18, it". 

( 'oiirtail, .John ( 1775). 14. 357. 

( lourtehose, Hamo, 15. 283. 
Courtenay, William, Archbishop "f 
Canterbury (1881-1396), 1, 196; 7, 

•17 ; 9, 19 1-218; 11, 32, 36 j 14. 
127, 163, 354; 15, 233-4; Clnn- 

ceUor, 5, 25 ; repairs Saltwood Cas- 



tle, 18, 51 ; burial, 1, 179 ; tomb in 
Maidstone Church, 178, 180. 

Courtenav. 6, 189; arms of, 4, 230 ; 
13. 538 : Hugh, Earl of Devon, 13, 
538; Margaret his dau., 11, 72, 81, 
84, 86, 100; Richard, Bp. of Nor- 
wich, 14, 1. 

Courtes, John (Canterbury), 17, 139. 

Courthope (Courthopp, Courtopp, 
Cothop), Christopher (Roiunev, 
1549), 13, 412; Christopher, l7, 
106, 108, 110, 113, 129; George, 5, 
85 ; George C, 13, 130 ; George S., 
135 ; Sir George, 130 ; John, 130 ; 
(1372), 14, 127 ; of Canterbury, 17, 
100, 102, 107 ; Margaret, 5. 130 ; 
Master, 17, 102, 116, 118, 122, 125, 
129; Mrs., 127-9, 131, 133-5; her 
pew, 138; Mr., 5, 55; 17, 102, 
117, 119 ; Peter, 11, 402 ; Richard, 
402; Robert, 2, 125; Thomas, 9, 
33 n ; 14, 355; William, of Sand- 
wich, 5, 239 ; of Craubrook, 11, 
401 ; of Brabourne, ib. 

Courtopstret, visions of Elizabeth Bar- 
ton at the chapel of, 1, 40. 

Cousin, Giles, 13, 548. 

Cousins, Kater, 9, 115 : Kentish, 125. 

Cousins, Nicholas, 11, 245. 

Coutances, Geoffrey, Bp. of, 5, 22. 

Covenay (Coveuey), John, 18, 402; 
Mr., of Swansoombe, 11, xxxix, xl ; 
Richard, 14, 295-6. 

Coventry (Coventre, Coventree), fa- 
vours the Duke of York, 7, 243 ; 
miracle plays, 13, 216. 

Coventry, Geoffrey, T., 4, 71 ; Henry 
(1667), 17, 376: James, 18. 27; 
Rev. John, arms, 4, 102 ; Katherine, 
18, 27 ; Sir Thos., 11, 241. 

Covers, John, 13, 332. 

Covill, allied to Manning, 6. 273. 

Coward (Cowarde), Edmund, 18,19; 
alias Quyer, Edward, 19. 

Cowden (Couden, Coudenne), 14, 
153-0; 15, :>,7; 18, IS, 32,31,39; 

paper on, 1,111-116 ; assessment, 11, 

392 ; fines of lands in, 13, 298, 301 ; 

15, 277, 3lo ; churcb hour-glass, 
1, 113 ; curious steeple, 113; advow- 
son of tlie church, 11, 327; rood- 
Bcreen, 14, 371. 

Cowdry, Edward (1550), 2, <>l ; Wil- 
liam, 18, 31, 

Cowell, Robert, 18. 298; William, 
Vicar Of Sheldwicb, 298; Susan, 298. 

Cowel's Interpreter, 2. 221, 313». 

Cowkow, Richard, 18. W ; Thomas, 
40. 

Cow land, Richard, 12, 424; Robert, 
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Cowley, the poet, 13, 166. 

Cowling, 2, 21, 101 ; 14, 163 ; see 

Cooling. 
Cowling Castle, visited, 2, xliv ; fabric, 

account of, temp. Edw. III. and Ric. 

II., 95-101 ; licence to crenellate 

(1381), 97 ; see Cooling. 
Cowpar, John, 17, 78. 
Cowpeh, J. M., Esq., P.R.H.S., on 

Churchwardens' Accounts of St. Dm i- 

stan, Canterbury, 16, 289-321 ; 17, 

77-149. 
Cowper, Earl, 14, 135 ; 15,152; 18, 

88 ; Elianor, 28 ; George, 12, 423 ; 

Henry (1491), 14, 164; Jolian, 

17, 78; John (1472), 10, lxii, ex; 
John, Canterbury, 16, 293, 294, 
296, 302, 303, 305, 306, 310 ; John, 

18, 166; Juliana (1468), 10, 57, 
63, 64 ; Judith, 15, 152 ; 18, 166 ; 
Martha, 152; Michael, 14, 296; 
Robert (Snargate, 1526), 13, 426; 
Thomas, 6, 284 ; 12, 422 ; 18, 28 ; 
Wm., 28, 385 ; Sir William, 15, 152, 
213. 

Cows, belonging to a parish, let to 
farm, 17, 80 et seq., 143. 

Cox, Agues, 18, 27; Catherine, 15, 
: J .2 ; Col. Charles James, 18, 89 ; 
Elizabeth, 15, 32 ; John, 14, 239 ; 
18, 27 ; Richard, 15, 272 ; Robert, 
18, 252 ; Sophia, 14, 76 ; William, 
18 252 

Coyter, Thomas (1421), 13, 478. 

Cradock, Rev. Thomas, 17, 61, 65 ; 
Hendrina, 61. 

Craford, Mr., 18, 400. 

Craft, Henry, 12, 422; Laurence, 
423 ; Margaret, 422 ; Stephen, 425 ; 
Symon, 388 ; Thos., 388, 389. 

Craie, see Cray. 

Craiford, see Cray ford. 

Crake, John, 14, 307. 

Crall, Isabel, 13, 321 ; Ricbard, 321. 

Cram, Richard, 13, 93. 

Cramaville, Henry de, extent of his 
lands (1269), 5, 300, 304; Henry 
de, 12, 208. 223 ; John de, 10, 144; 
Lady de, 123 ; see Camville. 

Crambrook, John, Abbot of Boxley, 14, 
380, 386. 

Cranbrook (Cranbroke), 1, 33 ; 10, 
139 ; 11, 322, 316 ; 12, 209, 222 ; 
13, 130, 133, 137, 139; 14, 33, 40, 
42, 51, 53, 57, 59, 165, 313, 323-5, 
343; 15, 292; 18, 16, 17, 20, 21, 
22, 23, 28, 29, 30, 36-39 ; Hundred, 
T., 3, 80 ; 4, 71 ; inventory of parish 
church goods, 8, 74 ; the Society's 
meeting at, 9, lxxxv ; church de- 
scribed, xciv ; ancient cloth trade, 



xevi ; population in 1578, cii ; briefs 
on which collections were made in, 
14, 206, 222. 

Cranbrook, Adam de, 10, 130 ; Alice 
de, 11!» ; Win. de, ib. 

Crane, Alicia, Prioress of Minster, 7, 
299; Anthony, 8, 142 ; John (Cran- 
brooke), 9, xcix; (Rector of Hawk- 
hurst), 261 ; Richard (Canterbury, 
1485), 16, 291. 

Craneford, Dartford, 3, 250. 

Cranesbrokland, 10. 1 ">■ 

Cranested, in Dartford manor, 2, 3 1 2. 

Cranfield, L., Lord Middlesex, 9, xliii. 

Cranford, Anscull de (1198), 1, 26 I. 

Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury 
(1533-1556), 4, 114; 13,93; 14, 
129, 142, 178-9 ; 15, 238-9, 241, 269, 
279 ; cedes Lyminge to Hen. VIII., 
4, 48 ; his dispensation to Thomas 
Bede, 8, 50 ; his letter on the church 
goods' commission, 85 ; surrendered 
Knole, 9, xli ; arms in window, 
xlviii ; at Paversham, 10, 235. 

Cranmer (Cranemer, Cramer), Danyell, 
of Bilsington, 8, 108 ; Archdeacon 
Edmund, 2, 61 ; 11, 403 ; 14, 1, 
129, 130; 15, 218, 239-40; 18, 41-2, 
445 ; Edmund (Newchureh, 1357), 
13, 465 ; Robert, 16, 116 ; Susan, 11, 
112; Thomas, 14, 130; 16, 116; 
(1566), 17, 123-5. 

Crannoges, or lake-dwellings, 4, 39-40. 

Crase, Prancis (Ruckinge), 8, 314. 

Crast, Elizabeth, 14, 239 ; Reginald, ib. 

Crauelane, i.e Crow Lane, q.v. 

Craule, John, 10, 323. 

Crauthorne, 15, 7 ; arms, 7. 

Craven, Henrv, 16, 282. 

Crawford, Robert, of Donegal, 18,212. 

Crawley, John, 16, 216 ; Thomas, ib. 

Crawthorne Chapel, 2, 60. 

Cray (Craie, Creie, Cray), 3, 237; 12, 
237; the river, 15, 100, 197; see 
Pootscray, North Cray, St. Mary 
Cray, St. Paul's Cray. 

Cray, or Creye, Gunnilda and Richard 
de, 3,237 ; John, Vicar of Orpington 
(1411), 13, 384; Margeria, 12, 306 ; 
Richd., 227; Simon de, 10, 156; 
12, 225, 230; Stephen. 18, 350; 
Wm.de, 10, 156; 12, 237,306; 18, 
350. 

Craye, John, 13, 218 ; Juliana, 14, 
280; Roger de, 280; Stephen, 2, 
126. 

Crayford (Craiford, Earde, Erde, 
Erhede, Herde), 12, 230 ; 15, 99, 
182 ; 18, 17, 21, 22, 30, 35, 40 ; 
inventory' of parish church t^oods, 
8, 137; 18, 327; Vicar of, 10, 56; 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Roman coffin at, 12, 429; Flint 
implements, 15, 381; 18, 305; 
church plate, 16, 332, 388, 426, 
•127, 432; Manor of "Erde"' in 
Domesday, 18,279; Roman remains 
at, 3KJ; Fines of lands in, 2, 271 ; 
11, 319, 321, 331, 3-16; 14, 2-49; 
15,286, 289; 18,337. 

Cbayford ChTTBCH, Major A. Heales, 
F.S.A., on, 18. 319-332; " Erhede " 
in Domesday Book, 319; peculiar 
nave, 321; bells, 327; monumental 
remains, 328 ; parish registers, 330 ; 
Rectors, 332. 

Crayf ord, Abel de,T„3, 86-89 ; Agnes, 
11, 399; John de, 10, 116, 119; 
13. 31 1 ; Ralph de, 10, 119 ; Richard 
de, 13, 311 ; Simon de, and Alice 
his wife (1202), 2, 271 ; Simon, T., 
3, 83 ; Sir William, 11, lx. 

Crayford Heath, arm}' at, 9, 41. 

Craythorne (Crathorn), William, 16, 
233; manor, 18, 68 n. 

Creac Helte, son of Gudred of 
Rochester (c. 1230), 2, 228. 

Creaston (Creaton), John de, 14,197; 
Wm. de, ib. 

Creature, a Christian name. 9, 201; 
16. 97. 

Creed, allied to Dering, 13, 438. 

Creeke, Rev. John (1438), 18, 394. 

Cref or Oref, Simon de (Rainham), 
5, 272. 

Cregsetna, i.e. Cray-settlers, 1, 141. 

Creie (Cray), arms of Sir Simon do, 
15, 3, 9, 18 ; of Sir William de, 18. 

Crek, Rev. John (Sheldwich, 1400), 
18, 296. 

Creke, .Sir John de, 17, 37. 

Crekyng, John, 13, 22!), 236. 

Cremation in Pagan Britain, 9, 20, 27. 

Crempton, Hugh (1521), 16, 289. 

Crendone, Ralph de, 12, 218. 

Crenlyn, John, 18, 93. 

Crensted'aZuu Williams, Alice, 18, 20. 

Creod;i, King of the Mercians, 8, 37. 

Crepehog, Walter (1458), 13, 155. 

Creping or Crcpinges, Walter de 
(1200), 2, 250. 

Cresey, John and William, 9, 283. 

Cresheld, Mary, 18, 326; Richard, ib. 

Cresnore, Elizabeth, a Dartford Nun. 
2, 56, 57. 

Crespin, Benedict, a Jew, 6, 226; J., 
:il 1, 312, 315: (MosM'kino) Moses, 
310. 

Crespin, William, Elvinden, 6, 226. 

< !ressacre, Ambrose, 13- 256. 

brok, Roberl do, 14, 192, 195. 
1 (Cressell), John de, 13, 389; 
William, 11, 396; 16, 232. 



Cressy (Cressi), Hugh, 12, 225; 
(Harrietsham and Trottesclive), 3, 
264; Stephen, ib. 

Creswell, Henry, 18, 36. 

Crevecoeur (Creuker, Creukor, Creue- 
quer, Creuker, Crevequer, Crewker, 
Crewkor), family, 15, 150; arms, 
2, 8, 14 ; badge, 2, 41 ; pedigree, 3, 

199, 272. 

Crevecoeur, Agnes de, 2, 32 ; 3, 257, 
272 ; 10, civ ; Alianora de, cix ; 
Alice de, 3, 271, 272; Daniel, 15, 
14 ; Eleanor de, 3, 257, 272 ; Emma 
de (1195), 1, 233 ; (1199), 2, 241-2 ; 
6, 207; 15, 14; Hamo de (1263), 2, 
134, 253 ; 7, 335 ; Sir Hamo de 
(1252), 2, 309 ; Hamo the elder, 
and Hamo the vounger (1263), 3, 
254, 272; Hamo de, 10, cvii, 110, 
111, 119-21, 129, 130, 135, 138, 146, 
149, 157; 12- 201, 204, 209, 211, 
214-218, 220, 221, 224, 227-9, 231, 
232, 234, 237; 15, 8, 14; Isabella 
de, 3, 257, 272 ; Isolda de, ib. ; 15, 
8 ; Joan de, 3, 271, 272 ; John de, 
254, 272 ; Matthew de, 254, 272 ; 
Robert, 199, 253, 254, 255, 271, 
272 ; 5, 189 ; Robert and William, 
W., 6, 216; Robert de (Leeds Cas- 
tle), 7, 334; Robert de, 10, 157, 
159, 160, 162, 272; 15, 8; Sir 
Robert le, 19 ; Robert de, founder 
of Leeds Abbey, 17, 50 ; Roger de, 
13, 309 ; Thomas de, 3, 254, 272. 

Crevecceurs, 1, 17. 

Crew, John, 15, 270. 

Creye, see Cray. 

Creyford, see Crayford. 

Creyk, Thomas de, 13, 310. 

Creypaulin, see St. Paul's Cray. 

Cricket, Charles, 16, 194. 

Criel, Criell, see Criol. 

Crier, Robert the (1305), 10, 226. 

Crimiell, Robert, 12, 390. 

Criol (Criel, Criell, Crioll, Criuil, 
Cryell, Cryoll), arms, 15, 2, 1 ; 
family, 10, 1 ; 4, 123 ; pedigree, 5, 
304. 

Criol, Alice, 5, 128; Bartholomew, 10, 
137; Bertram do, 3. 257; 5, 297, 
303, 304; 6, 240; 8, 290-1; 10, 
cix, 109, 140, 161 ; 11, 366-7 ; 12, 

200, 204, 215, 216, 222; 14, 144; 
(1263), 2, 134 bis, 135 ; inquisition 
p.m. (1295), 136; (1250), 302; 
(1252), 309; Elinor de (1263), 
134 bis; Gilberl do. 12, 305; Joan 
de(1313),2, 136; (wife of Nicholas), 
10, 236; Sir John de (1246), 2, 
293 ; John de, 3, 257 ; 5, 128, 303 ; 
10, 118, 121, 122, 128, 142, 143, ICO, 



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161 ; 12, 204, 216, 219, 224, 374 ; 
14, 144; Sir John de, 10, 115, 128; 
Rev. John, 16, 123 ; Lady, 10, 253 ; 
Margeria de, 115; Matilda, L18; 
Sir Nicholas de, 3, 260; 5, 127; 
(1271), 6, 242 ; Nicholas de, a judge, 

5, 25 ; Nicholas de, 10, 118, 121, 
128, 142, 150, 160, 161 ; 11, 367 ; 
12, 207, 208, 213, 214, 231, 236, 
305 ; 14, 193-4, 198, 264 ; 15, 14, 
377; Radulphus, 16,214; Roesia, 

12, 305; Sir Simon de (1246), 2, 
293 ; Simon (1267), extent of his 
lands, 5, 297, 303 ; Simon de, 10, 
273; 12,220; 16,163-4; Thomas, 
of Westerhanj^er, 5, 127 ; Thomas, 
18, 347 ; William de, 11, 367 ; 12, 
207, 208 ; 15, 9, 12, 14. 

Criols, manor, 13, 127. 

Criour, Johanna, 14, 245 ; Robt. le, 

245. 
Crippenden, 14, 153-6. 
Crippes, Henry, 11, 390, 401 ; Sir 

Henry, 17, 228; John, 11, 399; 

Richard, 389 ; William, 403. 
Cripplegate, St. Giles, 15, 158, 246-7. 
Cripps, James (1663), 17, 173. 
Cripps, Wilfred C, O.B., on Kentish 

chnrch plate, 16, 327 et seq. 
Crisom, i.e. Chrisom, child, 11, 156. 
Crisp family, 15, 381 ; 18, 82 n. 
Crisp (or Crispe), 12, 412, 418; Anne, 

412, 416 ; Avice, 415 ; Barbara, 412 ; 

Dorothy, 412; Sir Edmund, 416; 

Edward, 413 ; Edward and his wife, 

13, 337 ; Elizabeth, 12, 412, 413, 
416 ; Sir Henry, 404-406, 411, 416- 
418 ; Henry, 412 ; 18, 90 ; Henry, 
jun., 12, 412 ; Jane, 412 ; John, 411- 
415 ; (of Ore), 416 ; (Chaplain), 13, 
545 ; (of Quex), 14, 360 ; 18, 56 ; 
Sir John, 16, 134 ; Katherine, 12, 
413; Maria, 412; Margaret, 411, 
415, 416; Sir Nicholas, 407, 411, 
412; Nicholas, 16, 134; Thomas, 

12, 408, 413 ; Thomasine, 412 ; 
William, 412, 414, 416 ; 6, 285 ; 
16, 183. 

Crispe, allied to Culpeper, 4, 264 ; to 
Willou^hby, 256 ; the family at 
Quex, 18, 89. 

Crispin, Gilbert, Comte de Brionne, 
16, 15 ; J., a Jew, 6, 311. 

Crisps, John, 11, 399 ; William, 403. 

Christemasse (or Christemesse), John, 

13, 560 ; Richard, 560 ; Robert, 
5G0 ; Thomas, 6, 188 ; William, W., 

6, 202, 203. 
Christinmunde, in Oxney, 12, 211. 
Criston, the land of (1195), 1, 230. 
Crittall, George, 14, 239; William, ib. 



Crittenden, 14, 153. 

Critteor, Anne, 14, 94; Mary, 94; 
Oliver, 359 ; Win., 94 ; qf. I 'nature. 

(Who, William atte, 2. 230. 

Crocher, John (1573), 17, 132, 133. 

Crockfield, 15, 107. 

Crockhill, Romney, miracle plays on, 
13, 221. 

Crockshard Farm, 15, 356. 

Croft, Archdeacon, 15, 218, 252, 271 ; 
18, 424; tomb, 424; Rector of Salt- 
wood (1812), 431, 437 ; Edward, 15, 
249 ; Jacob, 17, 199 ; John, 18, 3!) ; 
Symon, 12, 388 ; Thomas, 388. 

Croft alias Chambers, Elizabeth, 18, 
39; alias Lurch, Ellen, 39. 

Crofte, Richard (Newchurch, 1515), 

13, 466 ; William, 13, 336. 
Crofton, 13, 307, 308 ; Mr., Curate of 

Bilsington (1632), 2, 94. 
Croherst, Roger of, W., 6, 221. 
Croixton, allied to Robinson, 4, 251. 
Croke, John (1465), 10, 255; Richard, 

12, 425. 
Croker, Crofton, at Keston, 13, 5. 
Crokham, Jno., 18, 400. 
Crombwelle, John de, 13, 297. 
Cromer, J. Master at, 15, 176. 
Cromer (or Crowmer), 11, 143; Anne, 

399 ; Catheriue, 18, 36 ; Christiana, 

14, 64-5, 78; Elizabeth, 4, 196; 
Dr. George, 18, 449-50 ; James, 10, 
191 ; 11, 5 ; 18, 36 ; Sir James, 11, 
394 ; 14, 64-5, 78 ; Jane, 11, 401 ; 
Sir John, of Tunstall, 4, 196 ; Wil- 
liam, 10, cxx ; 18, 36 ; Wm, death 
of, 7, 240, 242 n. 

Crompe, David, 12, 398-399; John, 
405 ; John, Vicar of Thornham 
(1614), 18, 249; Ralph, 2, 113; 
Thomas (1382), 99, 100 ; 11, 131, 132, 
William, 2, 123 ; Wm., 12, 399. 

Crompton, Sir Hugh, 17, 108, 110. 

Cromwell, Lord (Henry Bouchier), 
and his wife, arms, 3, 143. 

Cromwell, Oliver, 4, 183; 14, 359; 
his speech to the Parliament (1654), 
2, 206 ; at Rochester, 6, 58. 

Cromwell, Jno., 14, 341 ; arms of 
Ralph, of Tattershall, 13, 537. 

Cromwell, Thomas, Lord, 9, 202 ; 13, 
94 ; 14, 49, 391 ; 16, 287 ; 17, 72, 
169; 4, 237; {re Ash ford), 16, 177-8. 

Crondale, see Crundale. 

Crondon, 4, 235. 

Crongebery, 10, 148, 152. 

Crookthorne, 15, 7 ; see Crawthorne, 
Crowthorne. 

Croomer, Frances, 18, 35 ; James, 35 ; 
see Cromer. 

Cros, Elizabeth and Thomas, 11, 346. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I.' — XVIII. 



Crosbie, William, Earl of Glendore, 

11, 273. 
Crosby, William. 18, 442. 
Crosfeld, .John, 12. 422. 
Cross, Thomas (1465), 10, 258; 

Richard al the (1263), 4, 311. 
Cross-in-hand, Bromley, 13, 1-49. 
Crosslii^ht, the, 17, 78, 82-5, 88, 90-2, 

103, K>7. 
Crossness, Roman remains at, 18,309. 
Crossvrell, Samuel, 14, 97. 
( irosthwaite, S. M., 9, lxi. 
( Iroston manor, 4, 222. 
Crostonnysmede and Crostonshawes, 

Broomfield, 18, 251. 
Croswell, Francis, 14, 95, 96; Rev. 

Francis, 90 ; Jane, 95-6; Samuel, 

'.'."., 96. 
Crothall, Walter, W., 5, 80. 
Crotholl, John and Robert, T., 4, 

71-75. 
Crotynden, Richard, 12, 423. 
Crouch, Nicholas atte, T., 3, 69, 70,75. 
Crouch, 15, 91, 96; arms, 07. 
Crouchman, J. (1101), 18, 296. 
Croughton, 15, 32 ; church, 31, 37. 
Croughton, Mrs., 14, 48. 
Crouland, Agnes, 15, 2S5 ; Walter de, 

285, 287. 
Crousort, Henry de (12G3), 4, 312. 
Crowlane, Rochester, 15, iii ; 18, 

198 ; (c 1230) Crauelane, 2, 228. 
Crowe, Alice, 18, 339 ; John, 339. 
Crowhurst, allied to Dyne, 16, 73. 
Crowle manor, Lincolush., 18, 164. 
Crowlonde, Agnes, 14, 276 ; Walter de, 

276. 
Crowmer, see Cromer. 
Crowmer, allied to Lovelace, 10, 190. 
Crown Inn, Rochester, 6, 43, 51, Gl ; 

18, 200. 
Crowthorne, 11, 328; 13,350; Thos. 

de, 11, 368. 
Croxford, allied to Dering, 10, 335. 
Croydon, 15, 190, 208, 225, 228-9, 

234, 202, 208; 18, 27. 
Croydon, Simon de, of Moriston, 18, 

338; William, 2, 123; 15, 390. 
Croyland, Roger <if, 6, 3. 
Cruce, Martin, 6, 186 ; Reginer de, 9, 

292; 14, 328; Turstan de (1250), 

2, 300. 
Crucem, Robert adfNewchurch, 1360), 

13, 465. 
Cruceroys, Prior of, 14. 329. 
Crucesignati, protection for the, 5, 

Mo, 162. 
Cru.cher, or Crosher, John, of Canter- 
bury, 17, 132, L33; family, 141. 
Cruden, Robert 1'., 15, 375. 
Crugge, boro', 12, 222. 



Crump Farm (St. Nicholas), 12, 398. 
Crump, Francis, 17, 303. 
Crumpe, Johanna, 15,305; Walter,305. 
Crumpthorne, Elizabeth, 15, 7; 

Thomas, 7. 
Crumpton, Anne, 14, 379 ; Sir T., 379. 
Crundale (Crondale), 4, 315 ; 10, 133, 

134 ; 12, 216, 297 ; 14, 382, 387 ; 

15, 281 ; 17, 154, 156-9 ; inventory 

of parish church goods, 8, 137; 

Cakes Yoke in, 9, 114 ; Manor, alias 

North Combe, alias Upper Fannis- 

combe, 10, 133 ; Rector of, 55. 
Cruppes, Sir Nicholas, 17, 228. 
Crusade of Prince Edward, 5, 140; 

with Sir Roger de Leyburn, 111. 
Crusaders, tax-free through Rochester, 

6, 109; visit Beokct's tomb, 13, 504, 

507, 508. 
Crush, William, 18, 29 ; alias Dow- 

linge, John, 29. 
Crust, John, 12, 424; Phoebe, 14, 96; 

Wm., 96. 
Crux, Adam, 12, 299; John, 299; 

Felicia, 299. 
Cruys, Patrick (1455), 14, 178. 
Cryel (Cryell, Cryoll), see Criol. 
Cryppon, William (1505), 18, 297. 
Cryse, John (Ronmey, 1520), 13, 478. 
Cryspe, Henry, 8, 87. 
Crystal balls in Saxon graves, 5, 317-8. 
Crystfeld (in Linsted), 13, 341. 
Crystyen, Richard, 6, 188. 
Cubitt, G., M.P., 9, cv, cxvi. 
Cucidemille, Allington ? (1196), 1, 235. 
Cuckingstool, Dover, 10, cxlviii ; 

Faversham, 238, 241. 
Cuckow, James (1477), 10, 60. 
Cudham (Codham, Codehain, Cowd- 

ham), 10, 157, 158, 273; 12,236, 

303; 13, 11, 389; 14, 210, 279; 

18, 344; British gold coin found at, 

5,330; inventory of parish church 

goods, 8, 279 ; Rector of, 14, 272. 
Cudham, John do (1263), 3, 255; 

Ralph, Rector (1345), 2, 15 ; Walter 

(Rector of Staplehurst), 9, 193. 
Cuffaud, Captain, 3, 88. 
Cuiller (?), Hugo de, W., 6,216. 
Cukelestan, see Cookstone, Cu.xton. 
Culdees, the, 15, 42. 
Culinge, see Cooling. 
Cull, Rev. Francis, 14, 387. 
Cullen, Lord, 11, 279. 
Cullen, allied to Oxenden, 11, 279. 
Cullul, Walter, 15,303. 
Culmer, Daniel, 12, 386 ; George, 386; 

Guilford, 388, 390 ; Henry, 390, lot; 

John, 380, 390; Margaret, 385; 

Riohard, 377, 3S5, 388, 390; Thos., 

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Culpeper, see Colepeper. 

Culspore, 15, 1C. 

Culverdon, William de, 18, 343. 

Cumbdenne, Galfrid, Alexander, and 

Robert de, W., 5, 220. 
Cunibe, heiress, marries .John Scot, 

10, 261. 
Cumber, " Goodman " (1663), 18, 114. 
Cumberland, brief's for places in, 14, 

184, 211, 216, 219. 
Cumberland, allied to Oxenden, 6, 280 ; 

Martha, 14, 387 ; 18, 90 ; Rev. 

Robert, 6, 280 ; 14, 387 ; 18, 90. 
Cumbrydge family, 15, 367. 
Cumbwell, or Combwell, Priory, 2, 

29, 55 ; 18, 244 ; seal of (1535), 2, 

42 ; 4, 93 ; charters of, 5, 194 ; 6, 

190; 8, 271; 18, 243-4; value at 

the dissolution, ib. ; Prior of, 9, 189 ; 

14, 333. 
Cumdein, or Cumdene, Elwin of, W., 

6, 216, 221. 
Cumin seed, as rent, 10, cviii. 
Cundeshalle (Cundieshall, Cundyshall), 

10, H6-7 ; Johanna, 15, 278 ; John 

de, 12, 205; William de, 10, 116; 

12, 301 ; 15, 278. 
Cundy, Adam, 14, 277 ; Constance, 

277; Isabella, 10, 120; John, T., 

3, 91; 10, H6; Peter, 10, 120. 
Cuneiform characters, 8, 230 n. 
Cuniculus, William (1263), 3, 255. 
Cunobeline, coins of, 9, 299. 
Cunyn, William (1263), 3, 257. 
Cupa defined, 7, 159. 
Cuparius, Brunigg, 8, 276 ; Ordmar, 

276, 277 ; pedigree, 277 ; 
Cupere, Johanna, 11, 356 ; Simon, 6, 

188; Walter (1252), 2, 310; Walter 

le, 11, 356. 
Cuppre, Christina, 15, 281 ; John, 

281. 
Cup-shaped brooches, 18, 316. 
Curate, assistant or " curator " 

appointed in 1324, 10, 51. 
Curbespine, see Curvaspina and Crow- 

thorne. 
Curcell, Roger de, 15, 4 ; see Cursill. 
Curcelles, John de, W., 5, 207. 
Curceys, Wm, 12, 292. 
Curd, "Thomas, 15, 367. 
Curfew bell at Ickham, 14, 125. 
Curia Regis, its origin, 5, 20 ; King's 

Bench and Common Pleas formed 

from it, ib. 
Curie, allied to Manuingham, 4, 255 ; 

Walter, 15, 398. 
Curlinge (Curlyng), Anthony, 12, 390 ; 

Robert, 6, 285. 
Currants and prunes (1579), 2, 80. 
Currey, John (Dartford), 18, 397. 



Cursill, or Curcell, Wandragesil de, 

W., 5, 206 ; 6, 202. 
Curson, Sir Robert, 16, 232-3 ; John, 

T, 3, 89. 
Curteis, family, 14, 48; Edward, 16, 

81; Elizabeth, 81; P. \\\, 7s, 81 ; 

George, of Otterden, 11, 253 ; 

Henry, W., 6, 203; Mary Ann, 

16, 79; Rev. Whitfeld, 79, 81; 
William, 81. 

Curtena, 6, 187 n. 

Curteneia, Roger de, 10, 276. 

Curtesse, William, of Fairfield, 8, 152. 

Curteys, Alexander, Fordwich (1313), 
IS, 87; John, 4. 228, 232 ; (Rector 
of Minster, 1-401), 12, 171; (of 
Brookland, 1471), 13, 485 ; (of Wel- 
done), 545 ; Robert, 14, 205 ; Roger, 
2, 123; (of Dartford), 9, 292, 294; 
Stephen, of Brookland (1462), 13, 
485 ; William, W., 6, 314. 

Curtis, Alexander, 13, 157 ; Henry, 
Rector of Warehorno (1626), 4, 102 ; 
J. Bromley, 13, 149. 

Curtune, Gilbert de, W., 6, 208, 209 ; 
William de, W., 6, 201. 

Curvaspina (Curbespine, Crookthorn, 
Crowthorn), 15, 7; Ralph de, 13, 
350; 18,243. 

Cusen, Robert (Hawkhurst), 5, 76. 

Cushman, allied to Hall, 6, 254. 

Cusin, Stephen, 5, 297. 

Cusinton, Stephen de, 5, 265. 

Cust, Lady Elizabeth, 11, xxxviii ; 

17, 392 ; her memoir of James, Duke 
of Lenox, 12, 49; Lady Emma, 17, 
392 ; Mr. Reginald, 11, 200. 

Customer, the (Thomas Sin y the), 17, 

193-208. 
Custumal at Fordwich, 18, 92. 
Cuthbert, Rev. Robert, 16, 87. 
Cuthred, King, 9, 212. 
Cuthwine, of Northumbria, 8, 48, 49. 
Cutler, Edward, 11, 156. 
Cutt, Henry, of Binbury, 11, 401. 
Cuttemelle, Adam de, 11, 315. 
Cuthorne, by Rainham, 15, 333. 
Cuttle, John, 18, 22. 
Cuxton (Cockstan, Coklestane, Cole- 

stane), 12, 70, 225, 226; church, 

proverb on, 9, 133 ; manor, 10, 140; 

rood-screen, 14, 371. 
Cylegrave, Robert de, 14, 247. 
Cymekyn, William, T., 3, 74. 
Cyrena, 1, 138. 
Cyreton (Cirintunia, Cheriton), Hugh 

de, 2, 29 ; William de, 29, 30, 31 ; 

Wm. de, W., 5, 278 n. 
Cyrograph defined, 6, 234. 
Cyryell (Criol), Lady (1403), 10, 253. 
Cystaning (Keston), 13, 7; Mearce, 7. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVITI. 



D 



Daohurst manor, 16, 56. 

Dackombe, Aquila (pcwterer), 17, 

241. 
Dacre, Lord, refoundsCombwell Priory, 

5, 195- Henry, 12th Lord, 11,208; 
Lady (nee Fiennes), 16, 118-19; 
Richard L., Lord, 128 ; Thomas, 
Lord, 120, 128 ; tombs and inscrip- 
tions, 119-20 ; Lord D., of the South, 

6, 50; Lady, 11, 201. 

Dacres, Edward (1630), 12, 59, 61; 
Elizabeth (nee Austen), 18, 371. 

Dacun, Tokkns, Petham, 3, 238. 

Dad, William (Roinney), 17, 230. 

Dade, Mrs. Bridget, 14, 383 ; Dr. 
John, 383. 

Dadson, AV., 15, 116. 

D'Aeths, of Knowlton, 18, 390. 

Daf, Robert le, 12, 222. 

Dages, Dame Alice, 2, 15; Sir AVilliam 
(18 Edw. III.), ib. 

Dagh, Alan, 14, 192, 202; Alfred, 10, 
229 ; 14, 186 ; Galfridus, 191, 202 ; 
llamo, 186, 192, 195, 202 ; Hamo 
(1305), 10, 222, 229; (1322), 14, 
195 ; Richard le and Eleanor, 229 ; 
Sibilla, 15, 282 ; Thomas, 10, 227, 
229 ; 14, 193, 195-6, 202; 15, 282. 

Daghe, John, 6, 188. 

Dagmund's sword, 8, 260. 

Dagworth, Nicholas de, 10, 147. 

Dahl, 11, 188. 

Daines, Robert, 14, 118. 

Dakenham, AVilliam dc, 13, 314. 

Dalamare, John (1504), 16, 317. 

Dalbv, Thomas (1460), 10, 321, 322 ; 
Rev. Thos., 16, 96. 

Dale Abbey, 14, 148-9. 

Dale, Rev. Frederic Spencer, 18,398; 
Rev. .Mm, of Stone,H, 403; John, 
16, 192; Thomas (1556), 2, 55; 
Thomas, 14, 142. 

Dalechampe, Rev. Robert, 14, 167. 

Dalefeld, Dalefeldhegge, 10, 321-2. 

Dalingruge, Sir Edward, of Bodiham, 
9, cvi, e.xiv, cx\i. 

Dalison (Dallison, Dalyson), Arthur, 
15, 396-7, 399 ; sir Charles, 191 
18, 16; Charles (1631), 15, 894 
Elizabeth, 5. 94 ; 17, 369; John 
(1632-3), 15, 396-8, 400, 401 
Mary'a (Lady) will (1631), 15,394 
Biaximilian, of Hamptons, 5. ss 
104»; 15, L54, 202, 403; 16, 65: 
.Maximilian Dudley Digges, 15 
103; 18. U6j Sir ".Maximilian. 15 
891 », 394, 401 ; 18. 28; Mr., 4 
191; Mrs., 15, xlvi, 160; 17,369m 
Penelope, \\\, 15, 394; Philip, W., 



ib.; Philip (1032), 15, 395, 397 
Roger, 18, 28; Spenser, 15, 397 
398,400,401; Sylvester, 15. 394 
18, 28 ; Theodosia, 15, 390-9 ; AVil 
liam, 15, 391, 394, 396, 398, 401 
17, 369; 18, 21 ; Sir AVm. (1554), 
15, 391 ; Pedigree, 15, 402-3. 

Dalison Documents, 15, 3S6-401 ; 17, 
353-372. 

Dall, AVm. (1550), 14, 225. 

Dallet, Win. (ob. 1598), 13, 443. 

Dallingride family, 15, 16. 

Dalmeny, Lady, 16, 130. 

Dalton (Delton), William, T., 4, 72, 
75, 77 ; loses vrager of battle, 78. 

Daly, Roger, W., 15, 390. 

Daiiiage, AVm.. 14. 193. 

Dambv, Dom. Thomas, 13, 426. 

Damon, John, 16, 187. 

Damory, Roger, 16. 33. 

Dampier, Henry, Thomas, and Wil- 
liam. 17. 280. 

Damsel], AVilliam (1501), 17, 227. 

Dan, Richard, 18, 28 ; Thomas, 28. 

Danbour, AVilliam, 18, 385. 

Danbury Church, mediaeval bricks, 9, 
xc ; Rector of, 15, 33. 

Danby, Earl of, 11, 273, 285, 295-6. 

Danbye, John, of Lee, 9, 277. 

D'Ancerville, Julienne, 15, 34. 

Dandelion, near Margate, 12, xxxix, 
330 ; John, 377. 

Dandulo (Phillip), brief for, 14, 207. 

Dane, 13, 294; Isabella, 14, 268-9; 
Johanna, 243; John, of Canterbury, 
T., 3, 91 ; Peter A., 12, 422 ; Ro- 
bert, 421 ; Richard atte, T., 3, 92 ; 
Stephen de la, 13,291,317; 14, 198, 
249,268-9; Thomas, 297 ; William, 
372 ; AVm. de, 342. 

Dane-Court, Thanet, 12, 385. 

Dane Hill, 1, 116. 

Danehurst, 1, 116. 

Dane-John, formerly called the Dun- 
geon, at Canterbury, 14, 63. 

Danes, the, 10. Hi, Hv ; attack Roches- 
ter (a.d. 884), 2, 71; their earth- 
works, now Boley Hill, 71 ; at Ot- 
ford, 9,139; at Lyminge, 212; at 
Ilawkhurst. 261 ; in Thanet, 12, 
188, 345, 347 ; at Romney, 13, 183, 
185, 197, 277 ; in London, 17, 186 ; 
at Rochester, 185-7 ; Christianized 
in Denmark in 9th century, 12; L89. 

I 1 ea Court, in Tihnanstone, 5> 112 ; 
Pits at Ripple, 13, 13. 

Daneys, Robert, 12. 218. 

Dangeboume, 12. ---. 

I >anger, see Donger. 

Daniel, Elizabeth, Lionel, and Wil- 
liam, 15, 404; Henry, 10, 128 ; 13, 



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85; Mr., of Canterbury (1540), 7, 
193; Thomas (1417), 10, 186; Vin- 
cent (1520), 13, 433; William, 17, 
148 ». 

Daniel, of Shillingheld (Sillingehall), 
\\ .. 4, 211 ; (1263), 312. 

Daniels, John, T., 3, 76. 

Daningheye, Simon (1209), 5, 300. 

Danington, or Denton, 10, 119. 

Danish architecture in England, 12, 
190. 

Danit, George. 18, 399. 

Damn ar tin, see Daumartin. 

Danson Hill, Bexley, 13, 397 ; 17, 
276. 

Danton, John (1566), 17, 122, 128. 

Danyell, Agnes, 11, 340 ; Thomas, of 
Lydd (1484), 13, 450; William, 11, 
340 ; 12, 423. 

Danz, Godwin le, Birling?, 3, 236. 

Dapar, William, 14, 162, 354. 

Dapifer, Turstan, 10, 270; "William, 
his son, 271 ; Hervey, 271 ; Osbert, 
274. 

Dapphese, Benedict de (1197), 1,247-8. 

Dapur, see Dapar. 

Darbie, Andrew, 18, 34; Jocomin. 34. 

Darcy (Darcie), Charles, 18, 16, 25 ; 
Edith, alias Sparrowe, 16, 25 ; Henry, 
15, 303 ; Joanna, widow, 18, 16, 25 ; 
John, 15, 303; Katerina, 303. 

Dare, Clare St. George, 18, 379 n, 381 ; 
Thomas, 397 n. 

Darell, Alice (alias Hastlin), 18, 30; 
Eleanor, 18 ; Mrs. Elizabeth (1673), 
89 ; Rev. E., 15, 218, 250-1 ; George, 
8,7; Henry, 14, 74; Hugh, 18, 
18 ; James, 21, 90 : Jane (1645), 5, 
113; John, 15, 27; 16, 230; 17, 
41; 18, 370 n; John, Mayor of 
Fordwich (1511), 87 ; John, of Cale 
Hill, 17, 39; 18, 90; Lucy, 14, 
64, 74; Mr., 16, 261 ; Robert (Ford- 
wich, 1667), 18, 88-90; Sarah, 
370 »; Thomas, 17, 39; William 
(1463), 10, 254; William, 17,39; 
18, 21 ; allied to Dering, 10, 327, 
334, 343, 345 ; see Darrell. 

Daren th (Darent, Derente, Darnth), 
14, 239 ; 15, 13, 14, 91-2, 95, 99 ; 
18, 23 ; near Dartford, church- 
wardens' accounts, 6, 325 ; church 
goods, 8, 137; manor, 12, 233; 
North, 304 ; 13, 293, 316 ; brief for, 
14, 213; Saxon cemetery at, 18, 
314; fines of lands in, 11, 316, 
326, 333; 13, 293, 316; 14, 274; 
church visited, 7, lxvii ; earthworks 
at, 18, 307 ; stone implements, 
305. 

Darenth, St. Amand, John de, 3, 254. 
TOL. XIX. 



Darland, Thomas, 15, 333. 

Darley Dale, urn from, 9, 20. 

Darling, Rev. James George, 16. 95* 
( Derlyng), Robert, 12, 124. 

Darnley, Barls of, 11, xxxviii, xl, Ixiv, 
lxvi, Ixxii-v, 59, 66, lCO-lss, 199 
225, 226, 273, 298; 12. xx.w. 
xxxviii, 51,52 ; 15, 321 ; 17, 292-3. 

Darrell, allied to Fogge, 5, 116; 
George, 11, 143 ; Sir James, 5, 118; 
John, arms of, 395: of Scotney, 9, 
38 »; of Cale Hill and Scotney, 17^ 
39-48; pedigree, 46-48 ; (Fordwich), 
18, 82 ». 

Dartford (Derteford, Derenteford), 
manor of Benenden near. 5, 27 ; 
Horseman's Place in, 29 ; 10, 265 ; 
manor of Hageley near, 5, 23 ; 
Anne, of Cleves, at, 6, 50 ; Annual 
Meeting at, 7, lxiii ; church goods 
commissioners at, 8, 86 ; inventory 
of parish church goods, 137; lime 
oast, 9, 90 ; commissioners meet at, 
267-284 ; valuation (29 Ed. I.), 285 ; 
valuation (14th century), 302 ; land 
of the Lovelaces at, 10, 192 ; 
anchorite at, H, 31; brief for Pris- 
cilla Fielder of, 14, 207; church 
plate, 16, 332, 434. 

Dartford, 2, 50 ; 3, 245-6 ; 10, 155, 
282, 286, 287, 295, 296; 11, 102; 
12, 237 ; 14, 145, 290-9, 302 ; 15, 
176, 251, 268; 16, 257; 17, 76; 
18, 19, 21, 23, 31-4, 37, 38; 
Antiquities at, 18, 304-318; 
bronze ligula found at, 207 ; Dene- 
holes, 317 ; earthworks at, 306-309 ; 
glacial moraine near, 305 ; Saxon 
remains at, 314-16; fines of lands, 
etc., in, 1, 228-9, 231-2; 3, 222, 
232 ; 4, 277 ; 5, 279, 287 ; 14, 249, 
265, 279 ; 15, 285, 304-5. 

Dartford Church (Holy Trinity), 
3, 100; 6, 276; 10, 92; paper on, 
18, 383-398; royal marriage (1235), 
384; Stanpit chantry, 384-5; con- 
sistory court held in, 386; monu- 
mental brasses, 387-391 ; bells, 392 ; 
wooden screen, 392 ; communion 
plate, 392-8 ; Vicars, 398, 

Dartford Heath, 15, 94; stone imple- 
ments at, 18, 305 ; earthworks, 308 ; 
mediaeval camps, 309. 

Dartford manor, 1, L36 : extent (1253), 
2,311,312; (1260), 3, 249. 

Dartford Prior}-, 2, 55, 169 ; a roj'al 
palace, 18, 391-2. 

Dartford, Alexander, Henry, and 

Reginald de (1202), 2, 270 ; Richard 

de, 10, 127 ; Robert de, Lesnes 

(1321), 3, 100 ; Robert de, H, 348; 

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Robert, Vicar of (1293), 18, 393 ; 

Thomas, Vicar of, 386; Soger de, 

I! L-tor f»f Or], in-lon. 13, 382. 
Dashwood, Francis. 18, 372; Sir 

Francis. Lord !•■ Despencer, 372; 

Rachel, 372; Sarah, 13- L39. 
Datchurst manor, 10, 12, 13. 
Daubeney the Jew (a.d. 1200), 13, 

121. 
D'Aubernon, Sir John (brass), 10, lix. 
D'Auhigny. Esme* Stuart, Lord, 10, 

226, 272 ■ 12. !'.'. 52; George Stuart, 

Lord, 11. 251, 272, 294 ; 12- •'■0.71, 

78,86,87; portrail of, 11, 175,183; 

Lady, 11. 300; 12, 50, 96, 98; 

I. 1<>\ Icj L >rd, 11, 2.".] . 272. 
Daubrichecourt, sir Eustace, 14, li. 
Daubura, 2, 131. 

Daular, Margeria and Walter, 11, 

358; 13, 310-11; 14, 257-8. 
Dauling, John, 16, 428; Mary, 428 j 

Rev. Richard, 97; R. and E., 428. 
Daulrad, Peter, 18, 346. 
Daumartin, Lecia de, wife of Philip 

(1197), 1, 249, 250; (1198), 254- 

258. 
Daunce, Sir John, 16, 50. 
Dauncey, William. Leeds Priory, 2, 

57. 
Dauudelion, John, 12, 377; William, 

T., 3, 73. 
Dauson, George, 4, 193 ; Harry, 13, 

561. 
Dauy, see Davy. 
Dauynton, see Daviugton. 
Dauz, see Danz. 
Daventry Priory, 14, 340. 
Daverenches, Agnes, daughter of 

Hamo de Crevecoeur, 2, 32, 38, 39; 

Matilda, his wife, 32 ; see Ave- 

renches. 
David, Rev. Hugh, Vicar of Boughton 

Aluph, 8. 109; (Cheriton, 1555), 

18, 365; John, ib.; of Paversham, 

II, 400; Simon (1268), 5, 299. 
Davies,Alice,18,25 ; Rev. Daniel, W., 

16,'.»! : Rev. J. B.,4, L02; Leonard, 

18, 220: Margaretta, 15,3::; Rev. 

Richard, ib.\ Richard, 16, 220; 

Stephen, 18,2:t ; Thomas, 25. 
Davington (Dauynton), 10,229,231; 

11, 25, 341, 356, 357 ; 12, 298 ; 13, 

885, 342; 14. 65, 199; 15. 124-5; 

Abbess of, 12, 256; manor, 13, 2'J5, 

311. 
l»:i\ Lngton 1'riorv visited, 9, Ixii ; 

Roman oemetery, brii; suggested 
ol Dwolevum, Ixii, Lxxvi. 
Davis, allied to Gibbon, 16, 84 ; John, 

11, 150; Randall (of Hythe), 18. 

408 «. 



Davison. Mr., 15, 124-5. 

Daw (Dauy), Istnania, 13, 302 ; John 

(Burmarsh), 8, 114 ; John, 13, 302 ; 

15,293; Margaret, 11, 395 ; Philip, 

13,302; Richard, 11, 395; Robert 

(Smarden), 277 ; (1601), 18, 202, 

2^7; Thomas (Cranbrook), 9, cii ; 

William (alias Skynnere), 13, 559. 
Davvd, John (Cheriton, 1552), 18, 

365. 
Davye, Alice, a nun at Dartford, 2, 

56 ; Stephen, 18. 16 ; Thomas, lb'. 
Davyloudismed (Dauylondismed), 15, 

362. 
Daws, Richard, Curate of Chilham, 8, 

132. 
Dawson, Rev. John, 13, 412; RoUfert 

(1556), 2, 58. 
Dawe, William, T., 3, 81; (bell- 

founder), 18, 285. 
Dawkes, Katherine, of Dover, 14,207. 
Dawling family, 15, 381. 
Dawlyn, Rev. John (1500), 16, 113. 
Dawson, Rev. G. F., 13, 385 ; Nan, 

15, 175; Nicholas, 12, 390. 
Dawton, Robert, Minster Priory, 8, 

304. 
Day, allied to Lovelace, 10, 194, 195; 

Anne, 14, 05; Elizabeth, 18, 23; 

Goodman, 16, 97; John, 14, 95; 

18, 23. 
Dave, Hugh, of Oxford, 18, 27; 

Thomas, 2, 58, 63. 
Daysy, Johanna, 18, 331 ; Thomas, 331. 
Deacon, James the (Jacobo tunc Dia- 

cono), W., temp. Hen. II., 2, 29 ; 

William, 63 ; 14, 166. 
Deakins, Mr., 16, 57. 
Deal, 15, 24, 160, 303, 360; not 

Cicsar's landing-place, 1, G4; 3, 1 ; 

" yawl," 9, 112 ; savages (proverb), 

134; six ships of, 10. e.\x ; chapel, 

14, 357 ; Rectors of, L33, 157; Roman 
coins found at, 368-9 ; castle, 15, 
111; Governor of, 17, 383. 

Dealbatura, i.e. whitewashing, 2, 132. 

Deale, Christopher, 14, 305. 

Dean Church, Northants, 1,8G. 

Deane, Archbishop, gives iron railing 
to Rochester bridge, 6, 62; the same 
ascribed to Archbishop Warham, ». 

Deane, Brian and Maud, 10, 41; 
[gnatius, 18, 36; Rev. J. B., 9, 3 ; 
Rev. John, 16. 112; Margaret, 18, 
21 ; .Mary, 36; Richard, of Wool- 
wich, L8j Robert and Silvester, 

15, 391, 402; 18, 21, 28; Robert 
(1561), 17, 215. 

Deanery, the, Canterbury, 7, 107; 
rebuilt by Dean Godwyn, 110; 
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Deanery, Rochester, antiquities exhi- 
bited at, 2, xxxviii. 

Dean's Yard, Westminster, residence 
of Sir Roger Twjsden, 4. 199. 

I), arson, in Preston, 12, 47 ; 15,320; 
Roman interment at, 14, 134. 

Dearth in Thanet and East Kent 
(1631), 12, 355, 356. 

Death, Ann, 18, 390, 396 ; Elizabeth, 
390; Mrs., 5, 99 and n, 102, 107; 
Wm, 18, 390. 

i truths, the, of North Cray, 18, 390. 

Debt ford, see Deptford. 

De Burgh, Mr. Hubert, 11, 207. 

Decennary, or tything, defined, 2, 
85. 

Decentius, 15, 11 ; Roman coins of, 
323, 327-8. 

Decivis, death of, 8, 22. 

Dedication of churches changed, 9, 
213. 

Dedicott, Elizabeth, 18, 21; Thomas, 
21. 

Deedes family (Hythe), 18, 412 ; arms, 
412 ; memorial tablets, 412-13. 

Deedes, Dorothy, 15, 359; Major 
George (of Hillhurst), 18, 413; 
Henry and Margaret (nee Harrison), 
412 ; Lieut. -Col. Henry, 413 ; John, 
of Inner '1' em pie, 413 ; Julius and 
Elizabeth (nee Drake), 412; their 
sou Julius (ob. 1741), 412; Julius 
and Dorothy (nee Denew), 412 ; their 
daughter Mary, 412; Rev. Julius, 
15, 358-60; Mary, 359; William 
and Mary (nee Bramston), 18, 412 ; 
their children Caroline, Anne, and 
Thomas, ib. ; William (ob. 1834) and 
Sophia (nee Bridges), 412, 413 ; 
their six daughters, 412 ; William 
(ob. 1862) and Emily Octavia (nee 
Taylor), ib. ; their daughters Emily 
and Sophia, ib. ; Mrs. Julius, 17, 
55 n. 

Deer, H, 257, 258. 

De Estria, Prior, his building work at 
Canterbury Cathedral, 7, 185. 

Defray, Rev. John, 13, 413. 

Deggessell, Michael, T., 4, 75. 

Deghere, Johanna, 15, 290 ; Richard 
le, 290. 

Degre, Thomas (1485), 16, 291. 

" De Invenlioue Linguarum" of Hra- 
banus Maurus, 8, 257. 

Deira Kingdom, 8, 41. 

Deiran royal genealogies, 8, 37. 

Deitford, 15, 187. 

Dekyu, Win., chantry priest, 13, 545. 

De la Boch, Roger, W., 6, 198. 

De la Chaumbre, Cristina, 11, 351 ; 
Martin, 351. 



De la Dane, Cristina, 11, 327 ; Dio- 

nisius, 327 ; see Dane. 
De la Dene, Johanna, 11, 324; John, 

324; 15,290; Simon, H, 324 ; 15, 

290. 
De la Gare, Alianora, 11, 357 ; Johu, 

15, 292 ; Luke, 11, 357; 15, 292. 
De la Hale, Thomas, of St. Martin's 

Priory, Dover, 7, 281. 
Delahay, George, 18, 28. 
De la ilaye, Alex., H, 345; Walter, 

345, 353. 
De la Lynde, John, 11, 53. 
Delamotte, Charles, 18, 375. 
De l'Angle House, Chatham, 15, 33. 
De l'Angle Pedigree, by Henry 

Wagner, E.S.A., 15, 31-33. 
Delangle, Rev. Theophilus, 13, 427. 
De la Pierre alias Peters, John, 15, 37. 
De la Pole, arms, 3, 143 ; 11, lxxiv, 

lxxvi, 100, 107; Joan (ob. 1388), 

11, 87, 139; Joan (ob. 1434), 87- 
100, 139, 140; John (1362), 87; 
Michael, Duke of Suffolk (1388), 80; 
Duke of Suffolk (1450), 102. 

Delarue, John, brass, 16, xlii. 

De la Sale, Alice and AValter, 11, 346. 

De la Sarry, George, 15, 35 ; Henry, 

35 ; James, 35 ; Louis, 35 ; Peter, 

35. 
Delasse, M., his theory, 7, 320 n. 
De Laune, Abraham, 17, 387; Dorcas, 

Lady, 387; Sir William, 387. ' 
De la Val, Lady Elizabeth, 11, 252, 

270, 291, 294 ; Robert, 252, 294. 
Delaware, see La Ware. 
De la Warr, Earl of, 11, 227-8. 
Delawarr, 14, 14, 15; Barbara, 16; 

Eleanor, 6 ; Thos., Lord, 6, 16. 
Delce (Dels or Delsce), 12, 228 ; 14, 

269, 270; parva, 12, 229 ; 15, 295 ; 

manor (1247), 2, 290, 319; manor 

of Magna, 18, 340-1; Much 

(Mucheldelfe), 10, 151. 
Delce, John de, 12, 204. 229 ; Thomas 

de, 11, 349 ; 14, 269, 270 ; 15, 289 ; 

AVilliam de, 3, 228 ; Win. de Parva, 

12, 229. 
Delebregge, 14, 252. 
Deleby, Giles (1522), 12, 425. 

Del Escheker, Johanna, 11, 332; 

Ralph, 332. 
De le Spencer, Lord, 11, 239. 
Delf at Sandwich, 8, 13. 
Delfe (Delfes, Deltis, etc.), Johu, 17, 

84, 87, 91, 95, 113. 
Del Halle, Edmund, 11, 334. 
Delham, Gervase de, 11, 316 ; Johanna 

de, 316; Philip de (1246), 2, 94; 

Simon de (1246), ib.; Stephen de, 

13, 313; 15, 309. 

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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Delinquents (1643), allowance to their 
wives and children, 2, 206, 207. 

De L'Isle arms. 15, 3 ; see L'Isle. 

Dell, Mr., 15, 169; 18. 157; Rev. 
Henry. 16. 93. 

Delminden (Delmynden, Delmuden), 
9,242, 260 /' : Den, perambulated, 
5. si : line of lands in, 259, 260, 
261. 

Del Piombo's paintings at Cobham 
Hall. 11, 162. 

Dels or Delse, see Delce. 

Delton. see Dalton. 

Dely, Richard, T.,3. 89. 

Deme (? Denne), Juliana, 12, 295 ; 
Richard le, 295. 

Demchercho, see Dymchurch. 

Den and Strand, explained, 9, !xiv n. 

Den, Michell (1569), 17, 125. 

l)en],era, 14, 39. 

Denbowe, Avicc, 18, 29 ; George, 29. 

Dendy, Sergeant, Sir Roger Twysden's 
friend, 4, 158. 

Dene, 10, Ho, 119, 124, 133, 204; 11. 
314; 12, 206 ; 15, 29 ; Court, 10, 
115, 133; Hill, 10, 158. 

Dene, in Chilham (1198), 1, 268. 

Dene Manor (1198), 1, 266-7 ; (1252), 
2, 310, 325; in Thanet, fines of 
lands, 11, 335 ; 12, 297 ; near 
Wingham, 12, 206. 

Dene, arms, 4, 258 ; 10, 330 ; a juror 
(c. 1219), 2, 315 ; A. de, 3, 250 etc. ; 
Alan de, 10, 124'; Alice, 9, 289; 
Amfrid de (1200), 2, 252; Sir 
Anered de (1252), 2, 311 ; Anselm, 
W., 6, 216 ; Harlewin de (1196), 1, 
233-4 ; Isabella de, 10, 118 ; Johanna 
de, 14, 252 ; John, 9, 289 ; 10, 117, 
118; 14,252; 15,30; Martha, 15, 
29; Nicholas de (1254), 3, 243; 
Ralph de (1198), 1, 268; Richard 
atte, T., 3, 85, 87, 88 ; Richard de, 

11, 341; 12, 206; Thomas de 
(1196), 1, 233-4; (1220), 2, 227; 
(1252), 2, 310; Thos. de, 10, 137, 
142, 159; 15, 29; Torri, W., 
6,216; Walter de, 12, 230 ; Wm, 
de, 2, 307; 3, 100; 4, 208. 

Deneholes.it Dartford, 18, 317, 318. 
Dener, Alured do, 12, 211. 
Denery, John, 14, 258. 
Denestede, 10, 115; John de, 11, 

350. 
Deneton, Ralph de, 3- 229. 
Denew, arms, 18, 412; Mary, 15, 

360. 
1 1' Marsh CDcnu'cniersse), 8, 299; 

12. 211; 13, 185, 193, 196, 197, 
250, 253 ; light of, 232, 432. 

Denj - Wood (Chilham), 13, 13. 



Dengeyne, Joan (dau. of Sir John 
do Northwode), 2. 25. 

Denham, George, 2,61 ; Sir John, 11, 
208. 

Denington, Deninton, see Denton. 

Denison, Archdeacon, 14, 157. 

Denison, allied to Dering, 13, 438. 

Denlcv Marsh (Denelee), in Heme 
Hill, 6, 229. 

Demuan, Lord Chief Justice, 1, 91 ; 
inherits Lord Tenterden's collar of 
SS., a. 

Denmark, Queen Anne of, at Roches- 
ter, 6. 55. 

Denmark, Christian IV., King of, at 
Rochester, 6, 55, 57. 

Denmark, Prince George of, 11, 298. 

Denmartyn, i.e. Daumartyn, Alice, 10, 
149 ; see Daumartin. 

Denn, Mr., 18. 101. 

Denne, Archdeacon, of Rochester, 11, 
7; 17, 66; Avice, 12, 415, 416; 
Daniel, 14. 177; Denne, Esq. (Ford- 
wich, 1875), 18, 89 ; Elizabeth. 14, 
177; John, 177; John (Dartford, 
1632), 18, 396; Katherine, 417; 
Michael (1465), 10,255; Nathaniel, 
90; Richard, 14, 125 ; Rev. Samuel, 
17, 66-68, 167, 213 ; Mr. Seargent, 
18,102; Thomas (1465), 10,255; 
Thomas, 12, 415; 14, 177 ; 18, 
417; William (John Grower's execu- 
tor), 6, 87. 

Dennemannesbroke, 14, 331. 

Denney, Robert, 14, 301. 

Dennis, John, 14. 120; his chantry at 
Ickham, 120-1. 

Denny, Alice, 18,40; Sir Edmund, 
13,401 ; Joice, 401. 

Dennys, Sir Maurice (1547), 18, 56. 

Dentatns, L. Sicinicus (torques), 9, 7. 

Denton (Danington, Denington, Denin- 
tone), 2, 248; 10, 119, 158; 11, 
214, 349; parish registers, 6,279; 
monuments, 288. 

Denton Court (by Canterbury), 14, 
124; Grange (1337), 3, 100. 

Denton (Eastry), 12, 210; (Chalk), 
225; (near Gravesend), 14, 224; 
(alias Plumford), 2, 248 n. 

Denton, Henry, 11, 276 ; Ralph de 
(1200), 2, 248 ; Stephen de, see Ash- 
ford ; Sir W. Swan of, 15, 111. 

Denys, John, arms of, 11, 397; Rev. 
Thomas, 16, S7 ; Quintin (1556), 2, 
60 ; Richard, of Canterbury, 16, 
290-2-8, 300, 302, 303-6, 315. 

Depedene, 13, 305 ; Emma, 310; Isa- 
bella, 11, 337 ; Peter de, 13, 310 ; 
Richard de, 11, 337; Roger, 337. 

Deplure, Edward, 11, 250. 



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Deptford (Debtford, Debpforde), 13, 
291,293,299; 15, 87, 251, 373-4; 
18, 16-40 ; T., 4, 67 ; Lady Kildare's 
house at, 11, 219, 222-3 ; alias West 
Greenwich, 10, 153 ; H, 317, 336 ; 
inventory of parish church goods, 
8, 141. 

Deptling (Dethlinge), William of, W., 
5, 200. 

Depyng, Ismania, 12, 297 ; William 
de, 297. 

Derby, H, 310; the Mayors' SS. 
collar, 1, 91. 

Derby, Earl of, 11, 238; 16, 29; 
Elizabeth, Countess of (1797), 13, 
163; Henry, Earl of, 16, 37, 39; 
Jno. de, 14, 252; Richard, T., 3, 
86, 89, 92, 93 ; Rev. Robert de, 16, 
173; (1353), 18, 245; Sarah de, 10, 
138 ; 11, 355 ; William de, 10, 138 ; 
11, 348, 355; 12, 299. 

Derby Court, 10, 138 ; House, 9, 36 n. 

Derbyshire, barrows, 9, 27 ; dialect, 
50, 66, 68, 72, 73 et seq. ; briefs for 
places in, 14, 215, 217, 219, 222. 

Derford, Margery, 15, 234. 

Derly, John, Vicar of Heme, 10, 
56. 

Deriug, arms, 10, 329, 330 ; epitaphs, 
340-342; pedigrees, 327-351; 13, 
437; wills, 10, 343-351. 

Dering, Sir Anthony, 16, 86 ; Cathe- 
rine, 16, 264 ; Cecilia, wife of George 
Scott, 10, 266 ; Cholmeley's library, 

I, 59 ; Sir Edward (1640), 1, 50-58, 
191, 202-3, 211-2 ; 2, 10, 221 ; 3, 
193,195; 4,117,241; 10,211; 13, 
437; 16, 87; 18, 250; Lieutenant 
of Dover Castle, 1, 51 ; a founder of 
Society of Antiquaries, 55 ; Ed- 
ward, of Chalk, 13, 437 ; of Doding- 
ton, 438; Rev. Edward, 16, 264; 
Edward, 18, 387 ; E. (1731), 2, 93 ; 
Frances, 17, 387 ; Heueage, Dean 
of Ripon, 10, 341, 342; Henry, 13, 
438; Rev. Henry (1673), 18, 250 ; 
Jas., of Lyminge, 14, 366 ; John, 

II, 396 ; John, of Shelve, 13, 437 ; 
John, 15, 24; Richard, 8, 59; 
Richard, alienates Heyton manor, 
10, 261 ; Richard (1588), 11, 390 ; 
Richard, 11, 310,346; 13,437; 15, 
24; allied to Darell, 17,47. 

Derings, of Ashford, 10, 345 ; of Bar- 
ham, 334, 345 ; of Benenden, 335 ; 
of Boughton Malherbe, 345 ; of 
Canterbury, 347 ; of Wickins, in 
Charing, 333, 334, 341, 342, 346, 
349 ; of Dengmarsh, 327 ; of Doding- 
ton, 335 ; of Egerton, 336, 346 ; of 
Elham, 328 ; of Shelve, in Lenham, 



345, 347 ; of London, 333-339 ; of 
Lyminge, 345, 340 ; of Maidstone, 
347; of Minster in Thanet, 343; of 
Pevington, 345 ; of Pluckley (Sur- 
renden), 327-352 ; of Ringwould, 
345, 348; of Rochester, 349; of 
Rolveuden, 335, 343 ; of St. Law- 
rence, 347 ; of Sandwich, 345 ; of 
Stouting, 343 ; of Tenterden, 335 ; 
of Thornham, 336, 345 ; of Willes- 
boro', 345, 348, 349 ; of counties 
other than Kent, 347-351. 

Deringgeston, 14, 274. 

Derlinges, Simon de, W., 6, 197. 

Dernevale. 10, 139. 

De Ros arms, 15, 9 ; see Ros. 

Derteforde, see Dartford. 

Deryk, Clement (1522), 12, 421. 

Deseninge manor, 4, 316. 

Desiderata, table of, 2, 236. 

Desmond, Earl of, 16, 39. 

Despencer, Barony of, 18, 372; Sir 
Francis Dashwood, Lord le, ib. ; 
Hugh le, 10, 116, 276 ; 15, 278-9 ; 
16, 33-4; Lady le, 13, 132. 

D'Este, Sir Augustus, 12, 372. 

D'Estria, Henry, Prior of Canterbury, 
12 299. 

Dethi'ck, Sir Gilbert (Garter), 4, 259, 
261 ; 6, 252, 271, 279. 

Dethicke, Rev. Henry, 13, 384. 

Detling (Dentlyngg', Detlinge, Det- 
linges), 1, 238-9, 267-8 ; 10, 151 ; 
12, 230 ; 14, 259 ; 18, 40, 447, 
451 ; manor, 5, 143, 173 ; grant to 
Combwell Priory, 215. 

Detling, arms of, 4, 258 ; Benedicta, 
15, 29; John de, 10, 151; John, 
15, 29; Juliana de, 13, 290; 
Matilda, 8, 273 ; Nicholas de, 13, 
290; Simon, 290; Thomas, 290; 
Walter de, 3, 261 ; Sir William, 5, 
143; (W.),221; William de (1197), 
1,238-9; 8,272; 10,130,151,162; 
12, 230. 

Deurose, see Duras. 

Devenish, Mr. (Canterbury, 1545), 7, 
193, 195. 

Deverdenne (Rolveuden), 12. 221. 

Devereux, arms, 15, 23 ; Sir John, 23 ; 
R., Earl of Essex, 9, xliv ; Rev. 
Simon, 13, 487. 

Deveril Barrow, 18, 203 ». 

Devon, Harriet, Countess of, 16, 282 ; 
Baldwin de Red vers, Earl of, 21. 

Devonshire, briefs for places in, 14, 
182-3, 209-11, 214, 217, 220, 222 ; 
Countess of, 233 ; Earl of, 362. 

Dew, Sir John, brass in Stone Church, 
3, 126. 

Deward, John, 18, 26 ; Peter, 26. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Dewes (Dieux), Sir Simonds, 3. 146; 

4, 131, 133, 165, 161J, 168, 198. 
Dewye, Nicholas (1485), 16, 290. 
Deyghere, Alan, 13, 559. 
Deyk, or Dvke, Eegioald de, of Sheld- 

wich, 18. 289, 290. 
Deyry, Stephen (1469), 10, 191. 
Deyuile, John, 14. 241 ; Leticia, 241. 
Dialect of Kent in the 14th 

Century, 6, 135. 
Diana worshipped in Britain, 13, 104. 
Dicaledones, 13, 99, 110. 
Dieeto, Ralph de, 13, 507. 
Dickenhethe, Sutton, 3, 235. 
DicMn, Mary, 12- 253 ; Win.. 253. 
Die-kins, Rev. W. W. (1818), 14, 168. 
Dickinson, Henry, 16, 73. 
Dickenhathe, 12, 311. 
Dickson, Fraunces, 11,388; Rev. R. 

Henrv, 14, 372-3, 387-8, 382-3; 

Rev. T. B., 382, 388. 
Diclom(?), W., 18, 434. 
Dicton, John de, Vicar of Braboume 

(1311), 10, 280. 
Dictum de Kenilworth, 7, 336. 
Didier, St., 17, 151. 
Diens, Humphrey (1654), 5, 113. 
Dierham, Elias, Prior of St. Gregor}', 

Canterbury, W., 6- 211. 
Digby, Sir Kenelm (1042), 2, 190; 

(1663). 18, 115. 
Digby, Margaret, dau. of Sir Eyerard, 

10, 42 : Ann. dan. of Sir John, 43. 
Digg, Daniel (1284) and Edmund 

(1341), Rectors of Stone, 3, 101; 

John, 2, 25. 
Digge, Albina, 15, 23 ; John (1251). 2, 

303, 309; Julia, 25; Roger, 15, 

21. 
Digges Court, near Barham, 5, 30. 
Digg b, arms, 15, 16, 17, 21 ; C. (1708), 

2, 93 ; Sir Dudley (of Chilham), 5, 

30; 7, lx : 15. 365; John, of Bar- 
ham, 10. 258, 262; John, 11. 395; 

14, 245, 366; Juliana, 366 ; Roger 

(1340), L62, 354 ; Thomas, 10, cxiv, 

cxvi, CXVii, 265; 11, 397,399; 14, 

245. 

. John (Canterbury, 1273), 4, 

■i l : John and Leonard, of Chilham 

Castle, 5. 97, 101. 
Dighton, allied to Lovelace, 15, 402 ; 

William. 391. 
Digon, Richard, 14, L95. 
Digome, Hugh de, 1.71. 
D well Church, Herts, 1. B3. 
Dike, John, 18. 34. 
Dikesmere, Eustace de, W., 2. 29. 
Dikvn. John, 14. D'7. 
Dillingham, Bev. Samuel, 17, 372. 
Dinn-hurch, sa- Dymclmrch. 



Dimock, Rev. C, 15, 358, 360; Eliza- 
beth, 300; Rev. H., 360. 

Dine, Philip de, son of Sarah de {n'ee 
Chelsfield), 1, 256-258; William de, 
W., 6. 197. 

Dinner at lvnole (1615), 9, xliv. 

Dios, William, 16. 263. 

D'Ipre, arms of, 10, 330. 

Directory, its use enjoined by Parlia- 
ment, 5, 112 ; fiue for noncom- 
pliance, 113 a. 

l>isley, John, sen. andjun., 18, 21. 

Dispensations in the mediaeval Church, 
7, 61 n ; 8, 62. 

Dispensing power of the Crown, 8, 
63, 05 and n. 

Ditchers, in Ightham, 14, 230-1. 

Dillon. 4, 314; 6, 238; 10, 147; 12, 
22 1, 302; 13- 293. 

Ditton, Elizabeth de, 11, 331; John 
de, 334; Ralph de, son of William 
(1259), 3, 217 ; (1263), 4, 314, 315; 
Ralph de, 10. 147, 151 ; Thomas de, 
147; William, 3, 217. 

Dive Arnold alias D. Court, 10, 136. 

Divine service, church goods left for 
(1552), 8, 116, 118, 120-125, 127. 

Dix, Rev. .Joshua, 13, 413, 487. 

Dixon, 16, 198; Edward, 16, 109; 
Elizabeth, 15- 33; George, Mayor 
of Rochester, 8.86; Mildred, aUaa 
Couler, 18, 39; Mr., 1, 1N7 : Robert, 
14, 84 ; Rev. Dr. Robert, 15, 33 ; 
Sarah, 16, 100, 109; Thomas, 18, 
39 ; William, 39. 

Diiwell, allied to Oxcnden, 6, 280; Sir 
Basil,5,106»5 17,200; Elizabeth, 
18, 68; Lady, 5, 106; Mark, of 
Broome Park, 9, 33 n ; 18- 6a 

Dobbys, John, of Cobham (1460), 10, 
321 ; Dr. Robert, 13. 383. 

Dobvll, Elizabeth, 13, 338; Henrv, 
338. 

Dobynson, John, 11, 416. 

Dod, Geoffrey, 14, 199; Gylbert, 12, 
389; Johanna, 12- 300; 14, L99, 
254; John (1474), 2, 230; John, 
10, 135; 12, 300, 426; 14, 199; 
Joseph, 18- i": Margaret, 40; Ro- 
bert, of Faversham, 1, 152; Robert 
(1305), 10. 223, 225-8 : Robert, 12, 
293, 295; 14, 186, 188-193, 195, 
L96, L97, L99, 254,268, 275; Roger, 
199; Simon, 10. 126; Stephen, 426; 
Stephen, of Brook, 8. HI; Thomas 
(1305), 10. 222. 225. 228: Thos., 
12, 293, 295,300; 14,188-9,199, 
254, 26s, 275. 

Dodd, John (1522), 12, 426 ; Stephen, 
12, 126; Svmon. to. 

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Doddes, Gregory, 14, 27. 

Doddingherne, sen King's-head Lane. 

Dode, John, 15, 334. 

Dodechirche, 11, 345, 351. 

Dodeham (Dodington), 9, lxxx. 

Dodeker, John (1251), 2, 303, 309. 

Dodel, Eichard (Dartford), 9, 291. 

Dodemeyton, Robert de, 18, 339. 

Dodenash, Prior of, 14, 241. 

Dodhurst, 4, 314. 

Dodingdale, 4, 315 ; alias Morton, 321 ; 
15, 363. 

Dodington, H, 385; 12, 294; 13, 
315, 316, 333, 340-1, 438 ; 14, 251, 
270; 15, 288; 18, 444; Roper's 
land in. 2, 157, 158,159; (Dodeham), 
9, lxxx ; parish registers, 335. 

Dodington Church, 9, lxxx ; old 
painted glass, lxxx ; old French epi- 
taph, lxxxi ; low-side or leper's win- 
dow, lxxxii, 236 ; 10, 92. 

Dodington (Dudinton), Hugh de 
(1198), 1, 265-266 ; Hugh de, W. 
(1220), 2,227; Juliana de, W., 6, 
198; Simon de, 12, 220; William 
de (c. 1219), 2, 315. 

Doggere, John, 15, 263, 264. 

Dogrell, William, 14, 319, 321. 

Dogs for sporting (1650), 15, 193, 
216. 

Dog-whipper in churches, 9, 289 ; 14, 
24, 25, 384. 

Dogesworth, Ralph de, 11, 351, 355, 
357. 

Dokett (Duckett), Rev. Robert, 16, 
123. 

Dolce, manor, 10, 40, 41 ; Carlo, pic- 
tures at Cobham by, 11, 163. 

Dolet, Thos., Curate of Saltwood, 10, 
297. 

Dolling, of Dartford, Simon, 9, 289 ; 
John, 290. 

Dolman, Col. (1667), 17, 379. 

Dombre, John and Ralph de (1271), 
6, 237. 

Dominicans, the, at Canterbury, 13, 
81-96. 

Dompneva, Abbess at Minster, 12, 167, 
180-5, 194; alias Ermenberga, alias 
.Ebba, 167, 182. 

Domus Dei,Dover, -see Dover ; Ospringe, 
the master of, 14, 197. 

Donee, John, of Orleston, 10, 286. 

Done, Richard de la, 2, 310 ; Wm. de 
la, 4, 312. 

Donecastre, Matilda and Stephen de, 
15, 282. 

Donestable, John de, 13, 310-7. 

Donet, James (ob. 1409), 17, 60 ; 
Margery, 17, 55, 60; Stephen, 10, 
139; 14,271; 15,297,304. 



Dongate (Kingsdown), 13, 336. 
Donger, Dongerium, 6. 2 11, 217. 
Donham, Gilbert and Henry de (1263), 

4, 313. 
Doning, Richard (Folkestone, 1263), 

3, 255. 
Donne, Rev. C. E., on Faversham 

Church, 9, lxi ; on "Arden of Fevers- 
ham," lxx. 
Donnington Castle, Boys's defence of, 

3, 183 etc. 
Donnyngberv, Wm., of Staplehurst, 9, 

197 n. 
Donstanville, Robert de, 10, 276. 
Donum, Aid or Tallage, 10, 100, 101. 
Donyngton, Brother Robert, sells 

Fairlight (Farlegh) freestone, 2, 

112. 
Dorant, Richard (1547), 18, 87. 
Dorchester, Abbey. 14, 148; Lord 

(1630), 12, 59, 61. 
Dorchester Church, Oxon, 1, 82. 
Dore, William (1250), 2, 301. 
Dorkyng, Gilbert de, 13, 316 ; Johanna, 

316. 
Dorman, Goodman (1663), 18, 114; 

John, 393 ; Thomas, 6. 
Dorman, Mr. Thomas, on Old Painted 

Panels at Sandwich, 15, 142-7 ; on 

Royal Visits to Sandwich, 16, 58-03 ; 

on the Sandwich Book of Orphans, 

179-206. 
Dome, Richard A., 12, 426. 
Dornewell, Cristofer, 14, 318. 
Dornol, Isabella, 13, 308; Thomas, 

308. 
Dornyvall, Thomas, 12, 423. 
Dornyx denned, 8, 95. 
Dorrell, Jas. (Royalist), 9, 38 n ; Tho- 
mas, of Leeds Priory, 2, 57. 
Dorrington, Theoph., 9, 187. 
Dorser defined, 1, 4. 
Dorset, the 3rd Duke of, 9, xlv; 

House, London, 11, 233. 
Dorsetshire, British pottery, 9, 20, 24, 

25 ; Lord Lieutenant of, 11, 255, 

257, 258, 263 ; briefs for places in, 

14, 183-4, 206, 210, 216, 218. 
Dorsetshire and Somerset, hinds of 

Richard de Wrotham (1250), 2, 

301. 
Doucedame. Thomas, 18, 339. 
Doughty, allied to Lovelace, 10, 217. 
Douglas, Lord, 17, 379, 400; Lady, 

11, 238 ; Marquis of, 238. 
Doul, Alan le (1257), 3, 244. 
Doulee, Agnes, 13, 151 ; Richard, 151. 
Dounch, Edward, W., 5, 79. 
Doune, see Downe. 
Dounhamford, see Downhamford. 
Doust, Robert le, 14, 242. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Dove, Nicholas, 18, 401 ; Thomas, of 
Faversham Abbey, 2, 59. 

Dovedene, 14, 41. 

Dover, 1,100; 4. 214; 13, 9, 10, 89, 
186, 190, 201, 290, 351, 364; 14, 
142, 143, 188-192, 194, 196, 278; 
15, 59, 169; 17, 154, 156: 18, 15, 
23, 25, 26, 28, 31, 34, 37, 38 ; Roman 
enamels from, 2, xlii ; Caesar's expe- 
dition, 3, 6 ; tides, 8, 9, 1 16 ; Pharos, 
Roman, 34; Emperor Charles V. at, 

6, 49 ; the Cinque Ports Courts at, 

7, 241 ; tombstone with runes at, 8, 
164. 173; u r "M tnnpies from, 9, 1; 
12, 317-320; Castle, 9, 40, 43, 44 (see 
Dover Castle) ; city, 45, 4(5 ; " hever" 
• •rab, 81 ; mackerel fishers, 100, 135 ; 
Kentish proverbs on, 128, 134, 135 ; 
the Society's meeting at, 10, exxix, 
exxx ; Municipal Records, exxxiv ; 
its Domesday Book, exxxiv ; Guild- 
hall, exxxv; Mayors, cxxxvii,cxliii; 
round church at, H, 45; King 
John's submission to the Pope at, 
13, 281-2 ; Templars' house at, ib. ; 
brief for Katheriue Daukes at, 14. 
207; church plate, 16, 34(3, 352, 
362,434; entrance to Britain, 18, 
42 ; fines of lands, etc., in, 11, 315 ; 
13, 290 ; 14, 278. 

Dover, Bishop of, 13, 94, 447 ; 15, 
240; 17, 125, 127; (Dr. Parrvj, on 
Romney Marsh, 13, 171-7; (Dr. 
Thornden), 7, 192 ; 14, 160, 166. 

Dover Castle, 1,7; 9, 40, 43, 44 ; 10, 
exxix; 11, 53, 60, 203, 204, 239, 
260 ; 14, 42, 46 ; 15, xxxviii, xliv, 
23 ; muniments in, 54 ; Stephen do 
Pencestre's laws for, 54 ; 3, 196 ; 5, 
18 » ; college of secular Canons, 4, 
4 ; barony of, 205 n ; porch and 
chapel in the Keep of, 5, 5; Con- 
stables of, 10, exxxvii, oxl, cxlii, 
22S ; 14, 7, 196, 198; Locum tcuens 
(Lieutenant) of, 232, 261, 327. 

Dover Castle Church, 10, cxli; 12, 
263 : paper on, by Sir Gilbert Scott, 
5, L-18; brasain, 1,176 ; bell given 
by Sir Robert Astone, 177; re- 
founded by Eadbald, 3, 21; (in a.d. 
69 1 and 841), 26 ; transferred to St. 
Martin's, 27, 28; Roman church 
restored by Saxons, 29, 31, 32, 33 ; 
mortar in, 31. 

Dover, < Ihurch of St. Martin-le-Grand, 
4, i : founded by Wictred, 5, 22; 

ruin- of, 23-26; privilege of its 
1 Bons, :> ; probably rebuilt, temp. 

William 1., 23 ; granted to the see 
of Canterbury, and the Canons ex- 
pelled, 6 ; the church become paro- 



chial, 25 ; desecrated and almost 
entirely pulled down, 26 ; present 
state of its remains, 14, 22. 

Dover, Domus Dei or Maison Dieu, 5, 
298, 304 ; 10, exxxv-vii, 121, 123 ; 
pensioned monastics of, 2, 60; 
licence to divert a road, 5, 298, 304 ; 
inventory, 7 3 272 ; master and breth- 
ren, 280; master, 12, 208, 212. 

Dover Haven, 10, oxiii-cxix, cxliii ; 
its exclusive privileges as a port, 
cxxxix-cxliii. 

Dover Monaster}', Duke Oswulf's 
legacy to, 3, 23 ; first mention of, 
23. 

Dover Museum, architectural frag- 
ments from the church in the Castle 
preserved in the, 5, 6; on Roman 
remains in, 18, 202-5. 

Dover, Priory of St. Martin, 15, 
xxxviii ; pensioned monastics of, 2, 
55 ; inventory of, 7, 281 ; register, 
9, 183, 184 ; Prior of, 10, exxxv, 119, 
280 ; 13, 501 ; 14, 94. 

Dover Priory, the Rev. F. C. Plumptre 
on, 4, 1 ; its history, 6 ; suppressed, 
7 ; dates of the various buildings, 
ib. ; gateway, 8 ; the church, 9 ; 
transepts, 10 ; apsidal chapels, ib. ; 
choir, 11 ; Lady chapel, 12 ; chapter- 
house, 13; refectory, 14; dormitory 
and library, 17 ; butter}', ib. ; clois- 
ters, 18 ; strangers' hall, ib. ; its 
materials used in the town wall and 
gates, ib. 

Dover Road, the Roman Watting 
Struct, 18, 308. 

Dover, Alexander, 7,281 ; Atheliza de, 
13, 524; Fulbert, or Fobert de, 
pedigree, 4, 214 ; seal, ib. ; men- 
tioned, 213, 235 ; 8, 291 » ; 13, 524 ; 
George de, 12, 209 ; Gilbert de, 14, 
202; Henry de, 257 ; Hut,'h de, 4, 
210: 13,524; John de, 4,211 ; 5, 
2 1 ; 13, 524 : 14. 257 ; Matilda de, 
L92, 195, L96, 197; Nicholas de, 12, 
294, 306; 14, 202; Ralph de, 13, 
52 1 ; Robert de, 8, 291 n ; 12, 204, 
207 ; Roesia de, 8. 289, 291 ; 12, 
209; 13, 524; 15, 21; William 
de, 14, 195; (Saltwood, 1279), 18, 
425. 

Dowell, Raff, Curate of Chelsfield, 8, 
130. 

Dower at church door, 2, 33. 

Dowkeh, Geouge, Esq., F.G.S., re- 
Bearches at Richborough, 8, 1 ; on a 
cave near Margate, 11, 126; on Re- 
oulver Castrum, 12. L-13 ; on Roman 
remains at I'rcston, 47 ; on Reculver 
Church, 248-268 ; on a Roman villa 



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at Wingham, 14, 134-139; 15, 
351-7 ; on Roman relics at Walmer, 
17, 4; at Canterbury, 34, 37; on 

Saxon cemetery at Wickhambreux, 
6 ; on excavations at Richborough 
in 1887, 18, 6. 

Dowle, Andrew (1579), 14, 356 ; Rev. 
Andrew, 16, 87 ; Elizabeth, ib. 
Richard, of Pluckley, 10, 289. 

Bowman, Cornelius, 18, 28 ; John, 28 
-Mrs., 14,79. 

Down, a, John, 12, 423 ; Richard, ib. 
Win, 42G. 

Downe (Douue, Dune), 15,220; in- 
scriptions and parish registers, 6, 
273 ; church goods, 8, 142 ; popula- 
tion, 13, 374; church, 14, 198; 
fines of lands in, H, 323 ; 12, 303 ; 

13, 310; 14,279; 15, 279. 
Downe Court Manor, 10, 143. 
Downe, Gilbert ate (1248), 2, 297; 

Hamo de la, 14, 198 ; (1246), 2, 
293; Isabella, 198; John, 7, 236; 
10, 147, 148 ; 14, 198 ; 18, 17, 19, 
125 ; Lawrence, 14, 198 ; Margery, 
198; Mary, 18, 17; Richard de, 

14, 198; Robert del (1263), 3, 264; 
Robert de la, 10, 143 ; 14, 198 ; 
Roger, 198; Thos. ate (1248), 2, 
297 ; Thomas, 198 ; 18, 19 ; Walter, 
19. 

Downbarton Manor, Thanet, 12, 392. 

Downbury Farm, 13, 10. 

Downard, John, 13, 140. 

Downasshe, 13, 324. 

Downeham, George, Boxley, 2, 60. 

Downes alias Warren, Susan, 18, 40 ; 
Wm., 40. 

Downhamford Hundred, 3, 92 ; 10, 
117, 160; 12, 205; watch at, 8, 
309. 

Downing, Mr. (1659), 17,332; Rev. 
Bladen, 13, 459. 

Downkyn, John, 12, 424. 

Doyes, William, of Romney, 17, 230. 

Doylye, Thomas, 15, 269. 

Drainer, allied to Dering, 10, 332, 346. 

Drake, arms of, 18, 412. 

Drake, Dr. H. H. (new edition of 
Hasted's History}, " Hundred of 
Blackheath," 15, 373 ; 16, 440. 

Drake, Rev. Mr., 5, 309 ; his map of 
the Sarre graves, ib. ; his researches 
at Richborough, 8, 3 ; Rev. Ralph 
(ob. 1781), 18', 355. 

Draper, Bartholomew, 6, 186 ; (of 
Westgate), 12, 289; Christopher, 
8,138; 18,23; Dionisia, H, 328 ; 
Henry, 18, 23 ; Johanna, 12, 289 ; 
John, 289 ; Margaret, 14, 3(50 ; Ro- 
bert, 18, 349 ; Walter le, 11, 328 ; 



William and Mary, 18, 326 ; Rev. 
William, 16, 123 ; brass, 215. 

Draper's Chapel in Crayford Church, 
18, 324 ; monument, 328. 

Draps, manor, 10, 145. 

Draughtsmen, Anglo-Saxon, 6, 157. 

Drawbridge, John, 9, 280. 

Dray, Richard, 12, 422. 

Drayner, Hannah, 18, 357 ; James, 
357 ; John, 9, 225 ; John, of Pluck- 
ley, 11, 400; Justice, of Smardeu, 
9, 145 ; 14, 27 ; Thomas, 11, 403. 

Drayton, James (1561), 17, 115, 118; 
Sir John, 1, 82; Thomas (1411), ib. 

Drayton Beauchamp, brass at, H, 65. 

Drent, 14, 274. 

Drew, John,18, 385; AValter,14, 262-4. 

Drewry, John (1500), 16, 315. 

Dreyland (Drevlond), see Dryland. 

Driland, John, 11, 395 ; Richard, 374, 
395; (Faversham), 400; Robert, 
395 ; Walter, 397 ; William, 395 ; 
see Dryland. 

Drivere, Peter (Dartford), 9, 288. 

Drof-men, 14, 40 ; Draf-ways, 40. 

Drokeuesford, John de, 11,317. 

Dromore, Bishop of, 11, 8. 

Drowry, John, 12, 422. 

Drulege, William, Abbot of St. Augus- 
tine's (1346), 1, 131. 

Druman, Christian, 18, 18 ; William, 
18. 

Drupp, Richd. (Ightham), 9, 274. 

Drury, Sir Dm, 18, 34, 38; John 
(Sandwich), 7,234; Dame Katherine 
(«eeFinche), 18, 34, 38. 

Drury Lane, March House in, 12, 52, 
55. 

Drurye, John, Leeds Prior}', 2, 57. 

Dryden, Sir Henry, Bart, on a 
monument at Boughton Blean, 18, 
241 ; Jonathan (Cheriton, 1068), 
366. 

Dryghtwald's land in Bromley, a.d. 
862, 1, 141. 

Dryland (Dreyland, Dreylond), Con- 
stance, 13, 401; 14, 200; Henry, 
16, 196; James, 13, 401; 14, 196, 
197, 200; John (1384), 2,26 ; John, 
14, 188, 200-1 ; Matthew, 201 ; 
Reginald, 200; Richard, 12, 424; 
13, 2, 3, 30 ; 14, 195, 200-1 ; Rev. 
Richard, 13, 384, 385 ; Robert, 200; 
Wm, 201 ; William, Rector of 
Hayes, 9, 208; Wynand de, 14, 
200 ; see Driland. 

Dubnovelaunus, coin of, 18, 192. 

Dubois, Ann, 14, 2!39 ; Captain, 16, 
129; Mrs, 15, 198, 202, 204; 17, 
332, 335, 339; 18, 163. 

Ducali, Venetian MSS, 11, 191. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Ducarel, Dr.. of Lambeth Library, 9, 

177. 179; 11. 37. 
Ducking-stool, 11, liii ; see Cucking- 

Btool. 
Ducy, Nicholas, 18. 39. 
Dudekyn, heirs of William, 10. 152. 
Dudekyndenne, 10. 152. 
Dudeman, Peter, Milton (1291), 2, 

298, 299. 
Dudewisse abutmenl (1200), 2, 218, 

2 11). 

Dudges, gun-barrels, long, and guns, 
2, so. 

Dudindale, see Dodingdale. 

Dudingburie, 14, 327. 

Dudinton, Dudintune, see Doddington. 

Dudley, Ambrose, 14. 8, 13 ; Charles, 
8; Elizabeth, 14, 366 ; Sir Gamaliel, 
9, 38 n; Lord Guldeford, 14. 3, 
8-12; Henry, 8; John, ib. ; John, 
Karl of Warwick, 9. xli n ; 14. 15 : 
.Maria, 14. 8, 13; Robert, Karl of 
Leicester, 9, xli n ; see Northumber- 
land, Duke of. 

Dudlow, J. X., Esq., 1, Lsiv. 

" Duellum," settlement of land by, 2, 
265-269. 

D'Ufford, Robert, Karl of Suffolk, 10, 
l 1 1. 

Duffyn, Thomas, Vicar of Lyminge, 9, 

220, 222. 

Dufour, John, Stamford Hill, 18, 211. 

Dugdale, founding a society of anti- 
quaries, 1, 55, 58; his notes of 
churches, 59; errs as to Leyburn 
pedigree, 5, 153. 

Duggen, John, 11. 157; Katherine, 
157. 

Duke, Christian, H, 208; Edmond 
(Hawkhurst, 1558), 5. 71 ; George 
(1649), 9, 17 : Geo., 18, 453 : Jane 
453 : J. (Hawkhurst, 1539), 5, 56; 
John, M : Lewis, 12, 426; Richard, 
18. 453 : William, 5. 86. 

Dukeson, Mr.. 15, 396-7, :'>;)<), -K)0. 

Dukesworth, Ralph de, 11, 351,355, 
357. 

Dukingfield, Lady, 16. 139; Sir 
Nathaniel, 137; allied to Warde, 
Kit;. 

Dulcecor Abbey, 10- 7. 260. 

Duling, Alderman, 17. : '><;i « ; Bessie, 
356, 360 ; Mary, 356, 360-1 ; Eliza- 
beth, 356, 360, 362 ; John. 360-2; 
Mary, 357 ; William. 356, 357. 360, 
362. 

Dumaresque, Anne and John, 15, Hit, 
12 1. 1 :_'<;. 

Dumb Borsholder of chart, 2, 85. 

Dumborne, 14, 41-2, 55-6. 

Dxj Moulin, pedigree, by Henry 



Wagner, F.S.A., 15, 31-6; R«v. 

Dr. Peter, 10, 93 ; 15, 34, 36; 17, 

2 13. 
Dumpton, 12, 385 ; Richard, 385. 
Dumvile, arms, 16, 70; John, 71. 
Dun, Alice, 14. 263; Anne, 18,37; 

Richard, 37; Thos., 14, 263. 
Dun Street, 5, 201 ; its course, 307. 
Dunbar (proverb), 9, 135. 
Dunbar, Rev. Jeremiah, 13, -127 ; 

Lord, breeds horses, 15, 178. 
Dunhury, 13, 10. 
Duncan, Leland L., on Kentish 

Administrations (1559-1(503), 18, 15- 

4/3. 
Dunce, Thomas, 18, 31 ; "William, 31. 
Duncke, Henry, 18. 35 ; John, 35. 
Duncombe, Giles, 18, 34 ; Rev. John, 

12. 249 et seq. 
Dundy, Simon (1488), 10, 318. 
Dune, la, see Downe. 
Dunemersse, see Denge Marsh. 
Dunes Abbey, in Flanders, 14, 375, 

385; Galfrid de, W., 5, 203; 6, 

203. 
Dufton, Rev. John, of Warchorne, 4, 

102. 
Dungarvan, Lord, 15, 36. 
Dungeness, 13, 192, 194-5. 
Dungeshille, Agnes, 15, 288; John, 

2ss ; William, 285, 288. 
Dunhamford, see Downhamforda 
Duning, Richard (1263), 3. 257. 
Dunk,' Richard, 15, 272; Sir Thos., 

of Hawkhurst. 9.264. 
Dunke, Christopher, 18,25; Edmund, 

25 ; John, 25. 
Dunkin, A., Esq., 2, xliii ; A. J., 18. 

179 n ; Alfred, 15, 127, 369 ; John, 

18, 391; Miss, 15. 127, 388; Tho- 
mas, of Cranbrook, 11, 400. 
Dunk's Green, 15- 95. 
Dunleg (or Dunleghe), Agnes, lg, 297; 

John de (Shorne, 1246), 2, 295; 

Richard de, 12, 297; William de 

(1250), 2, 300. 
Dunleia, Emma de (1197), 1, 251-2. 
Dunmole, allied to Manning, 6, 274. 
Dunmowe, Earl and Countess of, 12, 

:572 ; Thos., of Lullingstone, 9, 282. 
Dunne, Richard, 11. 215. 
Dunolm, Isabella. 15, 286; John de, 

286. 
Dunre, Margeria, 14, 254-5; Walter 

de, ib. 
Dunstable, Austin Canons at, 14, 335. 
Dunstable, William. Mayor of Leices- 
ter. 18. 386fl ; William (Dartford, 

L400), 394. 
Dunsfold. 11,338. 
Dunstan, Archbishop, 9, 212, 214. 



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Dunstaple, in Willesboro', 15, 362 ; 
Eiohard de, W., 6, 203. 

Dunster Castle, 13, 535 ; Lady Mohun 
of, 532-5. 

Dunstrete, in Brabourne, 10, 280. 

Dunton, John, 15, 247 ; R. Wilcok, 
Rector of, 18, 364. 

Daplessis-Mornay, 15, 3(3. 

l)u Pount, Cecilia, 15, 270 ; Isabella, 
276; Johanna, 276; Robert, 276. 

Dupper, Mr., Lord Dorset's Chaplain 
(e. 1615), 9, xliv. 

Durant (or Duraunt), Ann wife of 
Nicholas, 13, 476; John (1252), 2, 
309 ; Johanna, 13, 291 ; Maud, 12, 
313,315-316; Rev. Robert (1316), 
18, 296; Thomas, 13, 291; see 
Do rant. 

Durante, 12, 313-15. 

Duras, Lewis, 18, 295 n. 

Durham, Robert, of Ivychurch, 9, 
274; 13, 455 n. 

Durden's Museum, 9, 9. 

Durdent, Henry, 15, 31 ; Rev. Dr. 
John, 31, 37. 

Durham, Wolsey's mint at (1528), 1, 
36 ; 13p. of, i0, 153, 156; 14, 168 ; 
Cathedral fresco, 13, 59 ; briefs for 
places in, 14, 213-5, 220 ; Dean of, 
166 ; Common-house at, 15, 64 ; Pre- 
bendary of, 31. 

Durham, Alan de, 12, 292; Cristina 
and her son Thomas, ih. 

Durlock Lane, Minster, 12, 253. 

DwobrivcB (Rochester), a Roman sta- 
tion, 1, 156, 167 ; 2, 1, 68; 15, 68 ; 
18, 178 ; Roman roads to London, 
1, 75; not occupied bj' the Saxons, 
3, 43. 

Durobrivian ware, 15, 317; at Rams- 
gate, 18, 3. 

Durolevum, a Roman station, 2, 68; 
Camp, 4, 27 ; described, 9, 1 x x i i ; 
(Judd Hill), 1, 167. 

Durovemum (Roman Canterbury), 13, 
179 ; 15, 68, 320, 338-40, 342-3. 

Durrant, William, of East Peckham, 
brief for, 14, 209. 

Durst, Rev. John, of Thornhani, 18, 
250. 

Durston, John, of Kennington, 9, 275. 

Duser, Thomas, W., 6, 203. 

Duston (Dustune), 6, 238 ; his daugh- 
ters, 239. 

Dutch Fleet in the Thames and Med- 
way (1667), 17, 378-381 ; see 11, 259. 

Duttintone, 12, 203. 

Dutton, John, 14, 179 ; Vicar of Dart- 
ford (1656), 18, 396. 

Dvbno, on coin at Frindsbury, 18, 
192. 



Dye, Goodman, 15, 170. 

Dyer, Sir James, 1, '.to ; John, :i church 
goods commissioner, 8. 86; John, of 
Rochester, 10, 292; RIeyner, Can- 
terbury (1250), 2, 302-4." 

Dygbye, Rev. Kcnelm, 13, 412. 

Dygge, John, T., 3, 88 ; Roger (1368), 
2,42; (1375), 10,323. 

Dygges, James, 16, 234 ; John, 13, 
"324 ; 15, 27. 

Dygon, William, 18, 444. 

Dyke, family, 13, 378; Rev. E. F., 
385; Colonel John 1)., 16, 111 ; 
(Anne Hart), Lady, 102 ; Sir John 
D. (ob. 1810), 110; Sir Percyvall 
(ob. 1846), 111 ; Sir Thomas {ob. 
1756), 100, 109-10; Thomas (oh. 
1831), 110; Mr., Sequestrator-Gen- 
eral of Kent, 3, 156 ; 4, 140 ; see 
also Hart-Dyke. 

Dvker, allied to Darell, 17, 47, 

Dykere, Tunstanle (1250), 2. 301. 

Dykes, John, 18, 444; Thomas, 9, 
33 n. 

Dylnett, William (Saltwood), 10, 297. 

Dymchurch (Demcherche,Demchirche, 
Dimchurch), 10, cxi, 231 ; 13, 182, 
194-5, 205, 263-4, 275, 313, 317, 355, 
368; 14, 264; 18, 444; called 
Broadhull, 8, 309 ; inventory of 
parish church goods, 143 ; popula- 
tion, 373 ; rhymes, 15, 372-3. 

Dymesdale, 13, 327. 

Dymmet, John (1504), 16, 317. 

Dyn, John (1412), 10, 247; Margeria, 
247. 

Dyne, monuments, 16, 71-2 ; pedigree, 
72-3 ; Henry, 12, 423 ; James, 15, 
386, 387; J*ohn, 16, 72; Richard, 
7, 236; 14,341. 

Dynely, Thomas 14, 84. 

Dyngleden, William, Smarden, 9, 277. 

Dyngly, Richard, Lewisham, 9, 279. 

Dynot, Richard, 2, 127. 

Dyry, William, of London, and 
Johanna, 13, 320. 

Dytton, John, 12, 424; Ralph and 
Johanna de, 14. 245. 

Dyve, Andrew and Geoffrev de. 10, 
136; John de, 12, 218, 219, 227, 
237 ; Lady Margery, Eastlinic, 3, 
252. 



E 



Eadbald, 5, 3 ; 9, 206; 10, civ; 14, 
157 ; King of Kent, 3, 19 ; 4, 4 ; 
restored churches, 3, 27, 28. 

Eadberht, King of Northumbria, 8, 
48. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. XVIII. 



Eadbnrg, St., 9,213-15. 

Eades, John, 14, 386. 

Eadmanstr (1474), 2. 230. 

Eadsy, Archbishop, 13. 375, 500, 525. 

Edwardus filiua BLeoh, 8, 271. 

Eadwine, King of Norfihumbria, 8, 

47. 
Ealdburie (Oldbury), 13- 11. 
Ealdham (Ealdeham, Eldeham), see 

Aldham. 
Ealdyng, see Yalding. 
Ealfthyra, dan. of Oswulf, 3, 23. 
Ealhhild, Queen, 10, 33. 
Eanfled, dan. of Queen Ethelburga, 

9,2(i7. 
Eanflade, mouth of the, 12, 3. 
Eanswith, St., 10, liv, civ ; founds 

monastery, 3, 19 ; her reliquary in 

Folkestone Church, 16, 322, 320. 
Earconberht, 12, 180, 183. 
Earde, see Crayford. 
Eardeslose (or Eardeslhose), Ral|>h de 

(1249), 2, ^98, 299; Stephen de 

(1271), 6, 245. 
Eardheret, Thomas (Stalisfield), T., 

3, 91. 
Eardley, Sir Culling, 17, 270. 
Eardley monuments, 16, 209, 212, 

221,223. 
Eardwulf, son of Oswulf, 3, 23. 
Earfield, Robert, 18, 35 ; Thoinazina, 

35. 
Earhethe, see Crayford. 
Earith, see Erith. 
Early English, see Architecture. 
Earp, Mr. (sculptor), 3, 128- 
Earthsilver (Erfchselver, Erthsilver), a 

service in Dartford manor (1253), 

2, 312 ; 3, 249. 
Earthworks, in Kent, 13, 8-16; at 

Dartford. 18. 306-9 ; see Camps. 
Eaafield, in Eltham, 18, 213. 
Easserdenne, 12, 222. 
Ea«t (Est), Robert (Maidstone), 7, 

236, 212. 
Easl Banning (Estbarbeleng, Est- 

barmlyngg), 10, 151 ; 14, 252; 

18, 349. 
East Bockingfield, 10, 150; 13, 127, 

L28. 
Bastbridge | Eastbregge), 10, 270, 275 ; 

12, 211, 212, 291,313,317; 13, 176, 
L85, 187, 191-5, 353; tithes, 10, 
271-:'.. 275 ; manor, exxxvii. 

Eastbridge Hospital, Canterbury, 7, 
L46a ; 10, H6; 13, 87, 363; 14, 
17s. 

East Buckland, manor, 10, I 1 k 
Eastbury, oear Cooling, 2, 13, 34; 

13, ii. 

East Chalke, manor, 10, 1 11. 



Eastchurch, in Shepev, 2, 22, 36; 
7, 234; 11, 29, 337; 18,24; church, 
14, 370-88 ; rood-screen, 372-3 ; 
Vicars of, 385-8. 

East Croft, Broomfield, 18, 251. 

Eastengrave (Edenbridge) Arms, 15, 3. 

Easter, controversy about, 4, 94. 

Easterhalle, 10. 161; Alexander de, 156. 

Easterlings, the, 4, 277 n. 

Easter Sepulchre, 7, 295 n ; H, 151 ; 

14, 21, 23, 377 ; 17, 79, ef seq. 
Easter Term, introduced, 5, 19. 
Eastesture, Robert de, 12, 216, 220; 

William de, 216. 
Ea-st Earbourne, 10, 142. 
East Earleigh, 15, 295; 18, 347; 

Barth., Vicar of, 349. 
Eastfield, 18, 349; (Willesboro'), 15, 

361. 
Eastgate House, Rochester, 6, 56, 65 « ; 

15, ill. 

East Greenwich (Estgrenewych), 13, 
296-7, 308-9 ; 14, 246, 304 ; 15, 273, 
276, 292, 298, 303 ; 18, 17-40. 

East Hall, in Murston, H, 29; Roman 
cemetery at, 9, 300. 

Easthamme, 12, 212. 

East Home, in Eltham, entail of 
(1523), 2, 159, 160 ; manor, 10, 153. 

East Horton, John de (1257), 3, 244; 
Hugh de, ib. 

East llougham, manor, 10, 122. 

East Kingsnorth, 18, 30. 

Eastland, John, 15, 333. 

East Lane manor, Maidstone, 1, 162. 

East Langdon Church, 15, 289 ; 
mediaeval embroidery in, 10, exxxii ; 
11, 10-23; hour-glass stand, 23. 

East Leigh, manor, 10, 126. 

East Lcnhain, manor, 10, 132. 

Eastling (Eselynge, Eslinges, Islyng), 
10,136,202; 11,374,399; 12,217, 
290; 14, 200; 15, 8, 294, 298; 
T., 4, 71 ; manor, 1, 6, 7 ; alias 
North Court, 10, L36; North, 11, 
399 ; Parson of, 341, 375 ; fine of 
land in (1200), 2, 249, 250; church, 
9, lxxxii ; St. Katherine's Chancel, 

11, 375. 

Eastling, Alexander de (1200), 2, 249, 
250; Gregory de (1262), 3, 252; 
Sir John de (1262), 3,252 ; John de, 

12, 218; Philip, Rector of (1200), 
2,249-50; Ralph de, 12, 219; 15, 
8 ; Richard de, patron of the church, 
2, 219-50; Richard de, T, 3, 91, 
92. 

Easl Mailing, 13,9; 18, 25, 31, 34; 

lines of lands in, 13, 293 ; 14, 242; 

25'.), 272; 15, 290. 
East Mailing, Nicholas de, 11, 332. 



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Eastmeade, Thomas, 18, 37 ; of Hart- 
lye Waspell, in South Hants, 33. 

Eastmer, John, Robert, and William, 
11, 318. 

Eastoft, 15, 201 ; manor, Lincoln- 
shire, 18, 164. 

Easton (Eston), James, 12, 423; John 
and Agnes, n, 400 ; Robert, 12, 
422; Walter (1456), 14, 164. 

East Peckham, 13, 128. 

East Stour (Esture), H, 368, 309; 
13, 351 ; 17, 386 ; manor, 16, 165. 

East Stour, Eudo do, 11, 338 ; Henry 
de, 135 ; John de, ib. ; 11, 338, 368 ; 
Robert de, 10, 132 ; 16, 165 ; 
Thomas de, 10, 135. 

Eastry (Eastri, Eastrev, Estria, Estre, 
Estrye), 10, 119, 319 ; 12, 181, 207, 
209 ; 13, 333, 351 ; 18, 30 ; Court, 4, 
120; flower, 9, 147; derivation of the 
name, 13, 557 ; fines of lands in, 11, 
328, 349, 353, 355, 350 ; 14, 244 ; 
15, 286, 300. 

Eastry Church, 16, lxvi-lxx ; church 
plate, 363, 382, 407, 415. 

Eastry (Estria), Henry de, Prior of 
Christ Church, Canterbury, 6, 238 ; 

7, 185 ; 9, 184 ; 13, 117, 521 ; 15, 
225 ; John, son of Henry de, 6, 188. 

Eastr}' and Wingham hundreds, pre- 
sentment, T., 3, 84. 

East Saxon royal genealogies, 8, 39. 

East Shelve (Lenham), 10, 142. 

East Sutton, 10, 117, 118. 

Eastwell (Estvvell, Estwelles), 4, 121, 
196 ; 6, 308 n ; 10, 133, 256 ; extent 
of the manor of (1207), 5, 296; 
inventory of parish church goods, 

8, 144 ; cum Welles Otterplay 
manor, 10, 133. 

Eastwell, Johanna, 11, 336; Matilda 

de (1207), 5, 296; Thos. de, 11, 

336. 
East Wickham, inventory of parish 

church goods, 8, 144. 
Eastwysele, 12, 222. 
Easwole, Clemencia, 14, 257 ; Ralph, 

257 ; Wm., 257. 
Eaton, Barbara {alias Alen), 18, 25 ; 

Sir Peter, 14, 143; Rev. Robert, 

387 ; William, 25. 
Eatonbridge, see Edenbridge. 
Eatretona, tithes of, 10, 271-273, 275. 
Ebbe, see Ebony. 
Ebbs, Elizabeth, dau. of Saundrell, 

18, 378. 
Ebbsfleet, Thanet, 12, 336, 338. 
Ebeney, see Ebony. 
Ebersheim, inscription at, 8, 231, 232. 
Ebney, Harry (1531), 17, 93. 
Eboldeston, 10, 116. 



Ebony (Ebeney, Hibbone), 13, 197, 

263-6 ; 14, 47, 54, 77, 205 ; 18, 23, 

25, 27; inventory of parish church 

goods, 8, 145. 
Ebrington, Gloucestershire, 1, <S6. 
Ecchesdenne, 16, 66 ; Simon de (1247), 

2, 295. 
Eccles (Aiglissa, Ekles), 5, 271, 288 ; 

10, 140; 12, 224; Mabel, widow of 

Warin de, 5, 271, 288 ; 6, 225. 
Ecclesia (Eccla), Henry de (1246), 2, 

294 ; John de, of Hartford, 9, 287 ; 

Luca de, 12, 223. 
Ecclesia, meaning the choir only, 13, 

31. 
Eccleston, Clement, 18, 443. 
Ecgbert, 12, 182, 183. 
Ecgfrith, King of Mercia, 8, 48. 
Ecgfrith, King of Northumbria, 8, 48. 
Echiughani (Eclvyngham), Sir James 

de, his seal, 3, 141 ; James de, 10, 

125, 139; Richd. de, 13, 295; Sir 

Robert de, 15, 18 ; Simon de, 9, 260; 

10, 155; 12,234: William de, 10, 

125 ; 13, 295 ; Sir William de, 15, 18. 
Echingham Church, 1, 109 ; 9, cxvii. 
Echinus, fossil (Sarr), 5, 314, 320. 
Eclyshame, 13, 321. 
Edborrow, allied to Holbrooke, 5, 226. 
Edburga, abbess at Minster, 12, 108, 

186, 187, 195, 344, 346. 
Eddenden, Thomas, 5, 85. 
Edderbery, Roesia, 13, 291 ; William 

de, 291. 
Eddeworth, church and land, 15, 6. 
Eddulmesbregge, see Edenbridge. 
Edechelardenn, Roger de, W., 6, 199. 
Edecrome (Headcorn), John (1412), 10, 

247. 
Edehulle, Symon de, 12, 221. 
Eden, Master Thomas, 15, 394. 
Edenbridge (Edelmesbregge, Edelmes- 

brigg, Edelingbridge, Eatonbridge), 

8, 289; 10, 153; 12, 233; 13, 2 ; 

14, 153-4, 242 ; 15, 3, 274 ; 16, 257 ; 

18, 19, 20, 25, 32. 
Edenham, Mathew (Saltwood, 1413), 

18, 427. 
Edewv, William, 10, 120. 
Edgar, King, 10, 214; Richard, 18, 

20. 
Edgardyntone, Edgarinton, see Eger- 

ton. 
Edgate, Margery, 17, 357 n. 
Edgeborrow, at Chatham, 6, 67. 
Edgehill, battle of, 11, 251. 
Edger, Elena, 11, 60. 
Edgrowe (?), T., 4, 80. 
Ediall, Henry, 13, 338 ; Archdeacon of 

Rochester, 14, 1 ; (Saltwood, 1487), 

18, 428. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Edilda and Hagenilda, daughters of 
Anketil 1 1202), 2, 271-2. 

Edinburgh and Scotland, briefs for 
places in, 14. 213, 215, 222. 

Edinger, Robert, 12, 389, 390. 

Edington, Bishop of Winchester, 9, 
132. 

Edisham, see Adisham. 

Edmer, Win., 12- 125. 

Edmit family, 15, 3G7. 

Edinunde, Thomas (of St. Augustine's), 
2,58. 

Edmondes, sir Thomas, 11, 234. 

Edmonton, 12, 312, 313. 

Edmund, Archbishop of Canterbury 
(1233-1240), 13, 81-83, 238-9, 519, 
522, 5-42. 

Edmund, Mr., Rochester, 2, 80 ; priest 
of Chilham, W., 4, 210; Rev. 
Thomas, 13. 385. 

Edolf (or Edolph), Mr., 18, 157; 
Robert, 8. 103; of Brenzett, 11,401; 
Simon, 14, 142-3, 151 ; of St. Rade- 
gund's, 15, 169. 

Edridge, Rev. H. P.. 14. 99. 

Edvarod, Agnes, 12, 23 ; Joan, 23, 
400-401 ; Valentine (1559), 23, 400. 

Edwaker and Lefward, brothers to 
Godwin de Wibbing (1200), 2, 251. 

Edward. Ralph (Bainham, 1253), 3, 
243; Thomas (Sandwich, 1314), 12, 
303; William (Leeds Priorv), 2. 61 ; 
(Sandhurst), 7, 234, 235; (1522, 
12, 122. 

Edward the Confessor, 4, 5 ; 13, 350, 
539. " 

Edward, Prince (afterwards Edw. I.), 
4, 118; 7, 333; grants Elham to 
Sir Roger de Leyburn, 5, 100; 
his crusade, 139, 162, ic:5 ; his con- 
duct therein, 140, 163; his return, 
1 12, 165. 

Edward I., 5, 20 ; 13, 510-27 j at 
Rochester) 6. ' I ; Aid for marriage 
of his daughter, 10, 105; for 
knighting Prince Edward, 107, 
109; silver penny of, 15, 258; at 
Ashford, 16, L66. 

Edward, Prince (afterwards Edward 
II.), his offering al Chatham, 6. 15. 

Edward II., 4, 120; 11,32; at Can- 
terbury, 13. 510-520, 526-7. 

Edward III., 2. 215, 216; inventory 
of his jewels, 1, 77; invites Flemish 
weavers to England, 9, xcvii ; arms 
in Hawkhurst Church, 2 hi; Aids 
to marrj his daughter Isabel and to 
knighl the Black Prince, 10. 105, 
L07 ei teq. ; at Canterbury, 13, 510- 
20, 526-7 

Edward, the Black Prince, 6, 46; 13, 



527, 530-4; Aid to knight the, 10, 

105 ; his chantries at Canterbury 

Cathedral. 13. 541-6. 
Edward IV.. H. 359, 3(13 ; at Canter- 
bury, 13, 510-2O. 526-7; badge of, 

17, 55, 58 ; charter to Rochester, 

1 83 ; letter to the Mayor of Ford- 

wich (1402), 18, 98. 
Edward VI., 14, 12; christening of, 

12, 113 ; accession of, 5, 56 ; 

poisoned, 14- 9-11. 
Edwardes, allied to Dering, 10, 335. 
Edwardes, Rev. W., 11, 402. 
Edwards, arms of, 4, 269. 
Edwards, Mr., on Libraries, 3, 49 ; Mr. 

(1659), 17, 331 ; Mr., of Chisle- 

hurst, 15, 205, 216 ; Reginald, 3(55 ; 

Rev. Richard, 18, 165, 168. 
Edwood, Mrs., 16, 199. 
Edwy, John, 12, 213; John and 

Margeria, 18, 341 ; William, 15, 

275. 
Edyall, Henry, 13, 338. 
Edvnden, John, Leeds Priory, 2, 64 ; 

Philip, 12, 423; Richard, 421. 
Edyng, Richard de (1271), 6, 240. 
Effeton, 11, 3G6; 13, 273, 365-369. 
Effingham, Anne, Lady, 16, 134,138. 
Effingham Street, Dover, made across 

the nave and transepts of the Priory 

Church, 4. 3,8. 
Eflyn, Catherine, a Dartford nun, 2, 5(5. 
Egerley, Hugh, 18, 95. 
Egerton (Egarditton, Edgardyntone, 

Edgarinton, Ediardington, Eiarton), 

3, 90, 233; 4, 304; 11, 330; 12, 

219, 297; 14, 208, 271; 15, 14; 

parish registers, 6, 2H2; inventory 

of parish church goods, 8, 146; 

Bering baptisms, etc., 10, 336 ; 

manor, 12, 297 ; church, 14, 32-3. 
Egerton (Eggerindenn, Eu r eryndenne), 

Johanna, 14, 255 ; John de, 13, 296 ; 

Roger de. 14, 255 ; Thomas, of Leeds 

Priorv, 2, 64; Rev. William, 14, 

117; "15, 37. 
Egethorne, Gregory, T., 3- 84. 
Eggerton, John (156(5), 17, 123. 

-Held, Christopher, Francis, and 

Maria. 18, 21. 
Eggleston Abbey, 14, 146. 
Egg-rent, 9,241, 212. 
Eggs, price of ( 1721), 10, oviii. 
Eghtbam, tee Ightham. 
Eglefield, founder of (Queen's Coll., 

Oxon, 11. 282. 
Egleston, Richard, of Bomney Marsh, 

17,230, 
Egsted (? Hvsted), fine of land in 

(1200), 2, 246. 
Eiarton, see Egerton. 



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Eillineregg, in Cranbrook, 8, 276. 

Eilmerstoae (Elmstone), 12,206. 

Eiluric (Godinton, 1 1 i>7 ), 1, 24b". 

Bilwin, the fuller, W., 6, 218. 

Einesford, William de (1197), 1, 237. 

Einton (Eynton), 5, 210, 215, 216; 
William, 2, 28. 

Eitham (Ightham), 12,229. 

Eithorne, see Eythorne. 

Eketune, .Master Stephen, W., 6, 211. 

Ekles, see Eccles. 

Elam, Dorothy ami Edward, 18, 25. 

Eland, Roger, 12, 425. 

Elarndine, 14, 4-1, 49. 

Elbryght, Martin (1571), 17, 130. 

Elce,' 18, 287. 

Elchyngdenn, Thnnns de, T., 3, SI. 

Eldeham, see Aldham. 

Eldergata, Thomas, 11, 396. 

Eldershaghe, John de, 15, 280. 

Eldershurst, 14, 41. 

Elding, see Yalding. 

Eldham, see Ealdham. 

Eldindenne, in Wrllesboro', 15, 3G2-3. 

Eldred, Little Dartford (1195), 1,231. 

Eldrede, Richard (1451), 10, 317. 

Eldredge (or Eldridge), Bryan, a bell- 
founder (1624), 18, 286. 

Eldrid, John, 14, 181. 

Eldridge, allied to Dering, 10, 335. 

Eldrych, Thomas, 3, 73. 

Eldye, John, 18, 401. 

Eldyngg, see Yalding. 

Eleanor of Castile, at Becket's tomb, 
13, 510-11. 

Eleanor, Queen of Henry III., hates 
Sir Roger de Leyburn, 5, 142, 166, 
168; at Canterbury, 13, 511. 

Eleham, see Elham. 

IZlephas primigenius, found at Canter- 
bury, 4, 41. 

Elestone, Amabilla de, 18, 347 ; Wil- 
liam de, 347. 

Eleutherius, Pope, ,15, 39. 

Elfrich, Th. (1252), 2, 308. 

Elgar, Dorothy, 18, 34; John, 34; 
Mr., 9, 14. 

Elgor, Peter, 15, 362-3. 

Elham (Alham, Aleham, Eleham, 
Helham), 1, 6, 7 ; 11, 367 ; 12, 213 ; 
fines of lands in, 2- 272 ; 11, 320, 
349 ; 12, 292, 298; 14, 255-6, 270; 
15, 287 ; 18, 340 ; early tomb at, 5, 
332 ; manor, 166 ; 10, 50 ; Juliana 
de Leyburne's goods and chattels at, 
10, 50 ; inventory of parish church 
goods, 8, 146 ; church, 10, xli, 46- 
49 ; Sir Roger de Leyburne's camp, 
49 ; Vicars, 51, 55, 67, 68, 280 ; 
repairs in (1290), 51; " Orologium," 
51 ; bells from Sandwich, 54 ; rood- 



loft, 58; 14, 372 ; double canopy of 

altar to the two Saints John, 10,62, 
63 j lights, 59-65; Chaplains and 

parish clerks, f>5 ; give-ale, 66; 
drinking customs in the church, 07 ; 
brasses, (J8 ; library in the church, 
(iS, 69 ; court held in the church 
(1311), 280. 
Elham, the Lord of, 3, 244; Henry de, 
15, 290; Isabella, 290; Roger de, 

13, 117; Stephen de (1325), 10, 
lvi ; Thomas, a monk (1469), lxii ; 
Wm. de, 274. 

Elias (Helya), of Chilham, W., 4, 205 ; 
Pistor, W., 6, 207. 

Elintou, in Sussex (1197), 1, 238. 

Eliott (Eliet), Edith, 18, 31 ; Edward, 
218;John,31;Susan,31;Thomas,31. 

Elis, Rev. Nicholas, 13, 426. 

Elizabeth, Queen, 2, 219; 4,236; 5, 
71 ; at Rochester, 6, 51, 53; at Sis- 
singhurst, 9, xciii; at Cranbrook, 
cii ; at Boughton Malherbe, 235 ; 
at Smarden, 235; 14, 33; visit to 
Kent (1573), 10, lxxvi, lxxvii; 11, 
203 ; at Cobham Hall, 11, lxx, lxxiii- 
vii, 200; sponsor, 201 ; New Year's 
gifts, 202; at Scadbury, 13, 393; 
Sir Thomas Guldeford's present to, 

14, 16 ; grants St. Radeguud's 
Abbey to S. Edolph, 142 ; at' Sand- 
wich, 16, 56-61. 

Elizabeth, Princess, daughter of James 

I., at Rochester, 6, 59. 
Elizabeth-Jonas, man-of-war, temp. 

Jas. I., 6, 56. 
Ellam, Elizabeth, 18, 329; Henry, 

329 ; John, 329. 
Ellenborough, Lord Chief Justice, his 

collar of SS., had been Sir Mat tin iw 

Hale's, 1, 91. 
Elleregge, Johane (1504), 16, 317. 
Ellerton, John (1463), 10, 253. 
Elleryngton, Alice, 13, 93. 
Ellice, Stephen (Kennington), 11,401. 
Ellington, in Eamsgate, 12, 335, 371, 

379 ; 18, 4. 
Elliott, James, 13,181-2, 263-4,271, 

274-5 ; Mr., of Dymclmrch, 18, 42 ; 

Walter, 209 ; William, 220. 
Ellis, 15, 17, 28 ; arms, 4, 246. 
Ellis, A. J., E.S.A., on pronunciation, 

9, 53, 61; Edward, 18, 101; Guy, 

14, 360 ; Henry, 16 ; Margaret, 14, 

360; 18, 16; see Ellys. 
Ellis, Sir Heney, on extent of the 

Royal Manor of Otford, 5, 327. 
Ellis, William Smith, on early 

Kentish armory, 15, 1-30. 
Elly, John (1485), 16, 291. 
Ellyn, at Minster Priory, 7, 305. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Ellvott. William, of Eltham (1595), 
i8, 213. 

Ellvs, Alice, 15, 16; Guy, 28; Sir 
Eenry, 20; Sir John, 20; John. 16; 
Matthew, 361 : Nicholas, 5; Richard 
(Aldington), 8,101 ; Richard, 15,27; 
Roger, 16; Thomas, 5, 15, lti, 20, 
26, 28; William, 27, 361; see Ellis. 

Elmast, John, 12, 422. 

Elme, land of (1198), 1,256. 

Elmcle, see Elmley. 

Elmer, John, 13, 33(5; John, Mayor 
of Fordwich (1583), 18, 88. 

Elmerstj Stephen, 12, 427. 

Elmerston, Elmereston, see Elmstone. 

Elmes, in Ash. by Sandwich, 10, 123; 
watch at, 8, 301, 309, 310. 

Elmesall, John, 18, 385. 

Elmsted (Elmstead, Elmestede), 10, 
126; 11, 317; 12, 214; 13, 154, 
301 ; 14, 64, 251, 255 ; monumental 
inscriptions and parish registers, 6, 
261, 264 ; inventory of parish church 
goods, 8, 147 ; Vicar of (1311), 10, 
280. 

Elmsted, Adam de, 15, 300 ; Alan de 
(12C1), 2, 259 ; Alan, de Chagworth, 
5, 270; Eugenia de (1201), 2, 259; 
Haino de, 5, 270; Robert, T., 4, 
71-5. 

Elmestone, see Elmstone. 

Elmham, a scat of the Bishops of 
Norwich, 6, 28 n ; Laurencius de, 
15, 291 ; Lucia, ib. ; Thomas of, 12, 
16.8, 178, 187, 329, 332,344-349. 

Blmington, 10. 120; 12, 210. 

Elmley (Elmele), a Rector and his 
curator (132B), 10, 52; fines of 
land in, 11, 32G ; 18, 316 ; ferry, 
11, Hv. 

Elmstone (Elmestone, Elmcrestone, 
Eylnierston, Aihnerstone), manor, 
1,6; fine of lands in, 4,274; 11, 
311, 354; 12, 20(5; 14, 270. 

Elmstone, Ann, 18, 63 ; Geoffrey, of 
Rainham, 11,399; Thomas (Rain- 
ham), 15, 3:53-7. 

Elner, .John, 16, 100, 192. 

Elnod, Gilbert, 11, 345 ; Matilda, 345. 

Elnold, of Dartford, Johanna, 9, 292 ; 
John, 296. 

Elphege, Prior, Roger de, 7, 65. 

Elsetter, John, 12. 390. 

Elson, John (Egerton), 8, 146. 

ElBted, Ivluard ( Romney), 13, 475. 

Elstow, Henry (Charing), 8, 128. 

Kit h:. in, 12. 235; 15. 1 70-1. 175. 177. 
184, 187, 102, I '.15, 373; 16, 50; 
18, 22, 20, 40, 213, 214; Roper's 
bequest to (1523), 2, 153; his land 
in, entail of (1523), 159, 160; 



Esthorne and Welhawe in, ib. ; 
ruins of palace at, 3, 144; extent 
of the manor (1263), 4, 311; in- 
ventory of parish church goods, 8, 
148; tenants of the manor, 10, 153; 
a man of, 256 ; tomb of Philipot's 
wife in the church, 10, lxxxvii ; 
palace and park, 12, 153, 431 ; com- 
munion cup, 16, 336; Stuhbs ex- 
tracts from the parish registers, 18, 
214-6 ; fines of lands in, 11, 356 ; 

12, 304; 18, 351. 
Elton, Jas. Fredk., 14. 77. 
Eltonhede, William, 13, 323. 
Eluard, John, T., 3, 85. 

Elvorv (Eluerye), Martin, 17, 122, 
127, 128, 129. 

Elvetham, 11, 227, 228, 235 ; poor of, 
245. 

Elvev (Eluev), Harry, 16, 80, 87, 90; 
17, 81. 

Elveyrlond, in Ospringe, 10, 136. 

Elvindenne (Aluinden), Pembury, 6, 
226 n. 

Elvys, John (1500), 16, 310. 

El wick, Rev. Robert, 17, 42, 302-3. 

Elwill, John, 17, 262-3; Sir John, 
262-3 ; Sir Edmund, 263. 

El wood, 14, 341 ; Thomas, 12, 390 ; 
Win., 16, 196, 197. 

Elwyn, Bartholomew, 12, 421. 

Ely," 14, 133, 164 ; Norman kitchen at, 
7, 37 » ; the infirmary, 53 « ; episco- 
pal registers of hermits, 11, 36 ; 14, 
133, 161. 

Ely House or Place (Holborn), 3, 155 ; 
11, 230, 233, 234. 

Ely, Geoffrey de, 14, 279; John (of 
Hope, in Romney), 9,2ti!»; Richard, 
Archdeacon of (1196), 1, 228, 255. 

Elyas, the clerk, 4, 297. 

Eljate, James (1569), 17, 125. 

Elynden, Christopher, 3, 201, 202, 204, 
206. 

Elyndenne, John do, 10, 116-7. 

Elyntone, see Allington. 

Elyot, Thomas (1400), 10, 187. 

Elys, Guy, son of Thomas, 15, 5; 
Henry "(Chislehurst), 8, 131; Jo- 
hanna, 11, 318; John (Otham), 8, 
235; John, 10, 318; 11, .'518; 14, 
264; 16, 289, 313 ; Nicholas, 15,5; 
Richard, T, 3. 83 ; Richard, 13, 
354, 5G0; Stephen. 12, 125; Thomas, 
of Kennington.T., 3. 84; 15, 5; Sir 
Thomas, tomb at Sandwich, 10, lviii ; 
arms of William. 11, 390 ; William, 

13, 354; see Ellis and Ellys. 
Embroidery, mediaeval, in East Lang- 
don Church, 11, 10. 

Embroc, Humphry de (12G3), 3, 255. 



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Emelyn, John, 2, 126. 

Eracmet, Thomas (1463), 10, 252, 257. 

Emery, Richard (1721), 14, 100; 
William (1384), 2, 26. 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge, 9, 177. 

Emmet family, 13, 157. 

Emmett, Henry, 18, 379 «. 

Emondesham, John de, 12, 305 ; Rosa, 
ib. 

Emptage, Edward, 12, 402; Thomas, 
389. 

Einpyngham, Richard de, 15, 293. 

Enamel in Smarden Church, 14, 28. 

Enbroke or Embrooke, 10, 130; 11, 
343 ; manor, 18, 358. 

Enbrooke (Enebroc, Enebroke, Eny- 
brok), family, of Cheriton, 18, 358 ; 
Alianora, 14, 278; 15, 274; Alured 
de (1271), 6, 242 ; Humphrey de, 3, 
261 ; John de, 10, 130 ; Michael, ib. ; 
18, 358 ; Thomas de, 10, 130 ; 14, 
278; Thomas, 15, 274 ; Walter de, 
12, 215. 

Enefeld, see Enfield. 

Enemere, William de (1198), 1, 274, 
275. 

Enesham (Evesham ?), Walter de, W., 
5, 215. 

Enesinge, see E using. 

Enfield (Enefeld), 11, 317; 12,312, 
314, 315 ; Joanna de, 11, 317. 

Enge, Rev. Wm., 13, 486; George 
(1522), 12, 424. 

Engebergh, Robert de, 12, 225. 

Engham (Engehame, Engesham), 
Christopher, 18, 32 ; Edward, ib. ; 
John, 11, 376, 395 ; Lettice, 16, 97 ; 
Richard, 403 ; Richard (Christ 
Church, Canterbury), 2, 59 ; Thomas, 
11, 391. 

English Chronicle, its royal genealo- 
gies, 8, 19, 37, 38, 39. 

English language, its various dialects 
in ancient times, 6, 137 ; story from 
Caxton's iEneid, 140 ; its transitional 
state, temp. Hen. VI., 7, 238. 

English orders, question of their recog- 
nition by the Church of Rome, 8, 67. 

English privilege as to penance, 7, 220. 

English (Englyssh), John, 12, 422; 
William T., 3, 80. 

Eni, King of East Anglia, 8, 35. 

Ensing (Enesinge, Ensynge),ll, 310; 
Alice de, 18, 338 ; John de, 15, 302, 
303; 18, 338; Nicholas de, 11, 
345, 348 ; 15, 303 ; Thomas de, 10, 
135 ; 18, 338. 

Ent, Sarah (Lady Head and Barrett, 
ob. 1711), 14, 116, 117, 123; Sir 
George, 116, 123. 

Enuoise, Robert le (1252), 2, 309. 
VOL. XIX. 



Enyver, John (Maison Dieu, Dover), 

7, 278. 
Eofer, a thane, 10, 34, 35. 
Eormanric, King of the Goths, 10, 33, 

34. 
Eormanbeorh or Eafe, 10, 33. 
Eormenhilde, marries Wulfhore, 8, 

172. 
Eormenrede, 12, 180, 182. 
Eormenric's ancestry, 8, 34. 
Epald's Bay, Birchington, 12, 402. 
Episcopal jurisdiction given to laymen 

(1641), 2, 175. 
JEpiHomium, defined, 7, 161. 
Epple-lane, Rochester, 18, 194, 197 ». 
Epps (Epes, Epse), Alan, 13, 416 ; 

Joan, 440; John, 416; 16,183; 17, 

24 ; Thomas, 13, 416 ; Wm., 416. 
Epsom, 15, 203. 
Erasmus, 13, 38, 112, 516,517,525; 

17, 68-70; and Archbishop War- 
ham, 1, 10, 12 ; his Paraphrase, 8, 
93; his Enchiridion, 11, 197. 

Erchebaud, see Archibald. 
Ercheslo, Symon, 12, 209. 
Ercombert, King of Kent, 7, 291 n. 
Erde, Erhede, Earhethe, 18, 319; see 

Crayford. 
Erhethe or Erhuthe and Erhythe, 11, 

319, 321, 331, 346 ; 18, 337 ; Abel 

de, T, 3, 86-89. 
Erininilda, wife of Osbert Mariscall, 

10, 271, 273 ; her sou Walter, 275. 
Erith, 13, 11 ; 15, 99 ; 18, 21, 28, 32, 

34, 39 ; inventory of parish church 

goods, 8, 150 ; stone implements at, 

18, 305, 306; fines of lands in, 11, 
321, 331, 346. 

Erith Church, 16, 152-160 ; monu- 
ments, 209-224 ; church plate, 426 ; 
rood-screen, 14, 371. 

Erley, Thomas, 12, 422. 

Ermenburga, Abbess at Minster, 12, 
167, 182-185. 

Ermengitha, 12, 195. 

Ermenilda, Abbess at Shepey, 7, 291 n. 

Ernald (1252), 2, 311. 

Ernulf, Master, W., 4, 209. 

Ernulf or Eruulph, Prior of Canter- 
bury, afterwards Bp. of Rochester, 
3, 63 ; 13, 17, 18, 33, 500-551 ; 18, 
262, 270 ; his crypt at Canterbury, 
13, 17-19, 25-7, 33 et seq.; 18, 
253-4. 

Erpingham, Sir Thos., 11, 98. 

Erthe, Thurgar de (1202), 2, 271. 

Ertheselver, see Earthsilver. 

Ertrichbord, see Estrichbord. 

Escabi (Shepey ?), Adam (1197), 1, 
247, 248. 

Escapeie, see Shepey. 

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Escarevc, 3, 243. 
Escheat, defined, 2, 285. 
Escheker, defined, 2, 235. 
Bschelot, Hugh de, 10, 271. 
Escollant, Alicia, dan. of Simon de 

Chelsfield (1198), 1, 256; Thomas, 

her son, ib. 
Escotland, Thomas, Farningham, 4, 

296. 
Escrigg, Howards of, 11, 300. 
Escuage, 10, 100, 103. 
Escutcheons (badges) for beggars or 

collectors, 17, 80-1, 97 et seq. 
Esdaj, John. 18. ii.v 
Eselingham, 10. 145 ; Alice de, ih. 
ESsewareston, 13, 353. 
Esherst, see Ashurst. 
Eshmunnezer, King of Sidon, 8, 197 n. 
Eshylowe, John, Leeds Priory, 2, 57. 
Esindone, Tomas de, 6, 191. 
Esole, 10, 121 ; alius St. Alban's 

Court, now Predville, 121 ; Stephen 

de, 15, 289. 
Esquires, silver collars of SS., 1, 93. 
Essa, see Ash. 

Essedesford, Essetesford, see Ashford. 
Esserst, see Ashurst. 
Essex (Earls of), 2, 191; 3, 149, 151 ; 

14, 49, 142; Arthur, 11, 271 ; 17, 

383, 392; Gaufridus, 10, 272; 

Robert, 16, 56; G. Fitz Peter (1201), 

2, 255; Geoffrey Mandeville, 112; 

Frances, Countess of, 16, 56. 
Essex, Adam de (Rector of Smarden), 

14. 19 ; Edmund (1573), 17, 132-5; 

Henry de, 10, 259, 273, 274,276; 

Hugh de, of Dartford, 9, 295; 

John, of Birling (1433), 10, 321; 

Robert de, 274. 
Essex, " Stiles," 9, 128 ; Roman coffins 

from, 172 h; Purley in. 10, 270-3, 

275 ; briefs for places in, 14, 183, 

207-8, 213, 215-6, 221-2; Earls 

Colne, 359. 
Essh, n e Ash. 
Esshedesford, see Ashford. 
Esshele, 12, 293. 
Esshewy, Richard de, 10, 158. 
Essmersfield, 12, 216. 
I. ndon, orNesseuden, manor; 10, 

1 47. 
Estall. Roberl ( l 185-98), 16, 292, 308. 
Estanes, set Stone. 
Estangrave, allied to Hardres, 4, 46 ; 

.loan de, 15. 3; sir Bobert, is. 
Estcourt, John (Saltwood, 1127; 18, 

427 
Estday, Henry, 18. 105, U5; see 

Esday. 
Estgrave, Petham, 3, 238. 
Estgrenewych, see Greenwich. 



EsthaU (Esthalle, East hall), 12, 303 ; 

14. 279 : 18. 22 ; Adam le, 13, 320 ; 
Isabella, 11, 323 ; John de, 13. 310 ; 

15, 273, 279; John atte, 11. 323; 
John de, and Matilda his wife, 18, 
344, 346; Margaret, 11, 323; 12, 
303 ; Matilda. 13, 310; 15, 273, 
279; Richard de, 11, 323 ; 12.3U3; 
Thomas de, 11, 335 ; 14, 252. 

Estling, see Eastling. 

Estmersfield (" Esshemersfelde "), 

manor. 10. 133. 
Eston, sci- Easton. 
Eston (1522), James. 12, 423 ; John, 

125. 
Estowne, in Willesboro', 15, 361, 362. 
Estrangia, see Straugea. 
Estretling, see Ratling. 
Estretone, 13, 351. 
Estria, see Eastry. 
Estrichbords or wainscot boards, 2. 

117, 129. 
Estrilda, wife of Wulf (Richborough, 

1197), 1, 244. 
Estritling, see Ratling. 
Estryngton, Rev. Win. (1416), 13, 

478. 
Est ure, see East Stour. 
Esturt (Ustesture), part of the manor 

of Ashford, 5, 2! 18. 
Estwoode, Thomas, 17, 81, 82, 85, 88, 

89. 
Eswalle or Eswell, in Willesboro', 12, 

210; 15. 362. 
Etaples, 14, 369. 
Etcell, James, 15, 271. 
Etchden, in Rethersden, 16, 66. 
Etchingham Church, see Echingham. 
Etelhem, Gotland, runic brooch, 8, 

209. 
Ethelbald, King of Mercia, see .Ethel- 
bald. 
Ethelbert's Tower, St. Augustine's 

Abbey, 4, 58, 60. 
Ethelred, Archbishop, 13, 500, 525. 
Ether .... Joceus de (<•. 1219), 2,315. 
Etherington, allied to Dalison, 15. 103. 
Eton, arms, 10, 330; allied to Dering, 

327. 
Eton College, kitchen, 7, 31. 
Etonbridge, see Edenbridge. 
Etterik, Simon, 13, 431. 
Etwell, Robert, 11, 396. 
Eu or Ewe, Alice, Countess of (1234), 

10. 19; Count of, 17, 39; John, 

Earl of, 272, 275 ; Alice his wife, 

275; honor of, 12,209,221 ; honor 

of the Countess of, 213, 214; see 

also Augi. 

Euere (Hever), Richard de, 2, 117. 
Eupardus, set Autun, Bp. of, 



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Eustace the uncle, W., 6, 216. 

EuthariG, marries Amalsuinth, 8, 23. 

Evans, Adrian ( 1635), 18, 214; Arthur, 
F.S.A., on a coin from Richborough, 
18, 5, 76 ; Dr. John, 9, 299, 300 ; 
18, 72. 76, 192. 

Eveas, Humphry, H, 28 ; Theobalda, ib. 

Evelin, Mr. (1664), 18, 116. 

Evelyn, 2, 8 ; 15, 21 ; Elizabeth, 14, 
64 ; John, 6, 74 », 76 ; 11, 275, 280, 
281, 285 ; Sir John, 64, 66-7 ; W. 
Glanville, 18, 437. 

Even, Gertrude, 18, 32 ; William, 16, 
184, 185 ; 18, 32. 

Everard (Euerard), Adam, 13, 303; 
Diouisia, 15, 272; 18, 346; Ed- 
mund, 14, 199; Johanna, H, 317, 
324, 356 ; 13, 301 ; Johanna, widow 
of Thomas, 12, 298 ; John, 10, 229 ; 

14, 189, 199; 17, 106; Margaret, 
12, 298 ; 14, 199 ; Stephen, 10, 229 ; 

11, 317, 324; 14, 195, 197, 199; 

15, 292 ; 18, 346 ; Thomas, 11, 356 ; 

12, 298; 13, 301; 14, 186, 188, 
190-1, 198-9; Eev. Thomas, 17, 
292-3. 

Everard, Magister, W. (1240), 2, 230 ; 
Vice- Archdeacon, W., 4, 213. 

Everden, Eev. Eichard de, 16, 22; 
Thos. (1400), 14, 355. 

Everenden, Alexander, 18, 34, Ju- 
liana, 34; Paul, 34; Robert, 34. 

Everest, Dorothy, 18, 28 ; Thomas, 28. 

Everherst, John, Farningham, 8, 154. 

Everindenne, in Willesboro', 15, 363. 

Evering (Everinges), 10, 129 ; 12, 
215; Henry de, 3, 260; 12, 215; 
Sir Henry de (1263), 3, 257; 14, 
204; John de, 10, 129; Eoger de 
(1219), 2, 315'; (1271), 6,242; Tho- 
mas de, 14, 18G, 204. 

Everist, 18, 287. 

Everland (Everlonde), in Ash, 6, 320; 
12, 206. 

Everle (Euerle, Eversle), pedigree of 
(1246), 2, 294, 317; Geoffrey de 
(Inq. p. mortem, 1246), 2, 293; 
Alice, ib. ; Joan, 15, 274; John de, 
3,261; William de, 10, 130; 12, 
214; 15, 274. 

Evernden, Elizabeth, Marie, and Eo- 
bert, 5, 85. 

Eversle, see Everle. 

Evesham, 16, 30 ; Elias of, 6, 3 ; John 
de, 11, 353 ; Thos. de, 353. 

Evington, in Elmstead, 18, 367. 

Evreux, Earl of, 3, 142. 

Evrinden, Wm. (Benenden), 11, 400. 

Evjas, Thomas, 13, 376 ; see Eveas. 

Evyngton, Christofer, 14, 320. 

Evyns, John (1522), 12, 424. 



Ewe, Alice, Countess of, 8, 275; Earl 
of, 1, 130, 134, 135 ; see Eu. 

Ewell, in Faversham, 12, 217 ; 13, 
344. 

Ewell, in West Mailing, 10, 1 IT ; 12, 
224, 225; fine of land in (1198), 

I, 265. 

Ewell, in Surrey, 4, 199. 

Ewell (Temple), 10, lvii ; 12, 208 ; 13, 

9, 16; church (1523), 2, 153. 
Ewell, Alwyn de (1263), 3, 254; Isaac 

and William, 16, 54; William (1263), 

3, 264. 
Ewen, Bartilmew (1526), 17, 88. 
Ewer, John (1522), 12, 424. 
Ewes, Sir Simon d', 7, 182 ; see Dewes. 
Ewherst, 13, 334. 
Exbregge, Eobert (1522), 12, 121. 
Excestre, John (Salt wood, 1392), 18, 

427. 
Exchequer, Court of, 2, 200, 235 ; 5, 20. 
Excise (1643), 2, 210, 211. 
Excommunicated persons (1620), 14, 

99, 100. 
Exennium, explained, 10, 228. 
Exeter, Ann, Duchess of, 16, 44 ; Earl 

and Countess of, 11, 33 ; Humphrey, 

Earl of, 16, 44 ; Lacy, Bishop of, 11, 

35. 
Exeter, Duke of, 7, 240 ; Thos. Beau- 
fort, Duke of, 11, 33. 
Exeter House, Strand, 11, 233 ; 12, 54. 
Exhurst, in Staplehurst, 9, 193. 
Exintone, Matthew de, 12, 227. 
Exmewe, Eliz. (nun at Dartford), 2, 56. 
Exmoor, dialect of, 6, 137, 148; 9, 

58 >i, 67, 69, 72, 77, 83, 93, 97, 100, 

109. 
Exsille, the chase of, 1, 149. 
Extenta, explained, 4, 316. 
Exton, John, 12, 253 ; Thomasine, 

253. 
Extra Portani, Eobert, son of Eichard 

and Gunnora his wife, Farningham 

(1202), 2, 267. 
Eye, Matthew de, 15, 301 ; Philip, 301. 
" Eyesse Tercell Gentle " hawk, 18, 

158. 
Eyete, William de, 10, 143. 
Eygthorne, see Eythorne. 
Eyhorne Hundred, 10, 141, 160 ; 12, 

223, 230. 
Eylande (Eylond), George (Canter- 
bury), 16, 305-8, 310, 320, 321; 

17, 77. 
Eylesford, see Aylesford. 
Eylmerston, see Elmstone. 
Eylmerton (Elmstone ?), Wingham, 

II, 348. 

Evluoth, Margeria, 11, 322 ; Nicholas, 
352. 

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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Eylnothvntone, 10, 144; 12, 231; 

William de, 10, 143. 
Eylwarton, John de, 13, 121. 
Eylwjne, Thomas (1268), 5, 299. 
Eymer, William, 15, 307-8. 
Eynebrok, Eynebroke, see Enbrooke. 
Eynesford (Einesford, Eynesford), 10, 

149; 12,234; 13, 9 ; 14, 126, 127 ; 

15, 233, 270 ; 18, 25, 31, 33, 34, 

38; church, 7, lxvii ; 16, xliv-xlviii ; 

inventory of parish church goods, 8, 

152 ; fines of land in, 2, 270 ; 4, 

282, 297; 11, 313, 314, 334; 12, 

29G ; 13. 294 ; 14, 272 ; 18, 343 ; 

Saxon burial-place, 3, 36. 
Eynesford, Wm. de, 10, 155; 12, 234, 

"237. 
Eynon, Eev. John, 13, 486. 
Eynsham arms, 10, 184, 190. 
Eynton, 5, 210, 215, 216 ; manor, 10, 

142. 
Eynton, Matthew de (1249), 2, 298, 

299; (1253), 12, 231. 
Eyolf, Thomas, 14, 197. 
Eyre (Gyre ?), Richard, 4, 228-9, 

'232-3. 
Eytham, see Ightham. 
Eytherst, John (1447), 14, 33. 
Eythorne (Eithorne, Eygthorne, He<>- 

horne), 11, 328 ; 12," 209 ; 14, 267 ; 

18, 16 ; church, 14, 171 ». 
Eyton, Adam de (1303), 14, 177; 

Laurence and John, 10, 323 ; Wm. 

de (1317), 14, 177. . 
Eywade, see Iwade. 



F 



Paber, Adam (1268), 5, 293 ; Arnold, 

16, 197; Gerard (1195), 1, 232; 

Hamo (1263), 3, 254; (1269), 5, 

300; John, engraver (1722), 18, 

238; Matthew (1267), 5, 297; 

Richard, 15. 323. 
Faoheston (? Folkestone), 10, lv-lvi. 
Facill, Hugo, 10, 273. 
Fadyanc, John, 14, 291. 
Fag, of Dudmanston, 7,280; Daniel, 

3, 220, 222; Walter, ib. 
Pagg, Grace, 13, 3-16. 
Fagge, allied to Osborne, 5, 229 ; 

< lias. (1731), 2, 93; John, 18. 442. 
Paier, Richard, 12, -122. 
Pairbourne, sir Stafford, 17, xl. 
Pairemedu, Sir ( lornelius, 3, 192, 
Fairfax, Dr., 3, 152 ; Pranci8,15, 15] ; 

Lord ' Parliamentary General), 3, 1 19; 

5, 880; 9, 84, 40-42 ; 12, 95; 15, 

151, 371. 
Fairfield, 11, 330,333; 13, 175, 188, 



189, 196, 197 ; inventory of parish 
church goods, 8, 152. 

Fairholt, F. W., 15, 144, 372. 

Fairlawn, in Shipbourne, 14, 237. 

Fairlight (Farlegh), 13, 171-6; free- 
stone (1368), 2, 112, 121, 129, 130. 

Fairman, Robert, 18, 138. 

Pair -Meadow, Maidstone, 15, 71. 

Fairs and Markets granted, Ashford, 
5, 128; Rromley, 13, 154; Chart, 
2, 86; Cobham, 11, 75; 15, 375; 
Paversham, 10, 239 ; Folkestone, 2, 
141; Hawkhurst, 5, 84; 9, 214; 
Lenham, 2, 308 ; Meopham, 15, 375 ; 
Wateringbury, 2, 8(5 ; Wingham, 2, 
307-8 ; Wye, 10, 257-8. 

Fairwether, Christopher (1522), 12, 
423. 

Fakenham (Abbot of Westminster), 
15, 240. 

Faker, Ricd. (Dartford), 9, 289. 

Falco, Hermann, 14, 11. 

Falcon, Rev. W., 13, 385. 

Falcon, badge of Lord Latimer, 11, 
78 ; and Fetterlock, emblem of 
Edward IV. and Duke of York, 1, 
78. 

Faloonberg (Faukinberge), Walter de, 
W., 5, 216. 

Falconbridge, Thos., bastard of, 11, 
359. 

Falconer, the- Duke of Dorset's, 9, xliv. 

Falkes, Alys, 14, 11 1 ; brass of Stephen, 
ib. 

Falkham, 12, 234 ; servi in, 285. 

Fale, Robert (1529), 1, 153; 18, 110. 

Falmouth, Viscount, 13, 132. 

Falowfelde, John (1491), 16, 302, 303, 
305, 310. 

Fancett, family, 15, 367. 

Fane, Agnes, 13, 133; Elizabeth, 
widow of Sir Ralph, 2, 56 ; seal of 
(15 Eliz.), 3, 144 ; widow of George, 
of Badsell, 13, 132-4; Fath, Faith, 
and Frances, 133 ; George, of Dad- 
sell, 132-3; Henry (1525), 1, 33, 
35; Henry, of lladlow, 41 ; Henry, 
10, 323;' 13, 133; 14, 842-8; 
Joan (Dartford nan), 2, 66 ; Col. 
John, 5, 102, 106; John, 14, 872; 
Margaret, 13, 188 ; Mildmay, 5,98; 
Mr. (1667), 17, 383 ; 18, 147, 156; 
Mrs., 5, 103, 106; (1585), 114; Sir 
Ralph, 14, 325; 16, 51 ; Richard, 
13, 133; Lady Susan, 5, 91, 98; 
Susan, 13, 183; Sir Thomas, 10, 
cwi, czxiii ; Thos., Lieutenant of 
Dover Castle, 11, 214; Thomas, of 
Badflell, 13, L28; Thus., 14, 341; 
Rev. Thomas (1633), 18, 329; Sir 
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Fane Hill, 15,94,96. 
Fanne, see Fannisoombe. 
Fannes (Faunes), 12, 217. 
Fanniacombe (Fanne), manor, alias 

Netber Fannisoombe, 10, 133; 

Upper, alias Crundale, alias Nortb 

Combe, ib. 
Fanny, Thomas (Warehorne, 1681), 

2,94. 
Fanshaw, Frances, 17, 42, 302 ; Henry 

(1561), 222; Thomas, 2, 313; 17, 

42, 202. 
Fantyng, John (Fordwich, 1461), 18, 

87 ; William, 12, 390. 
Farbourne (Harrietshara), 10, 143 ; 

East, 142 ; "West, 143. 
Fareleigh Beacon, Sussex, 8, 307. 
Fareman, John, 11, 319. 
Farendell, explained, 2, 313. 
Farges, Raymund de, 15, 224. 
Farlee, see Farleigh. 
Farlegh, see Fairlight. 
Farleigh (Farlee, Farleg, Farlegh), 3, 

271; 10, 149, 160; 12,228; 13, 

322, 559 ; 15, 21, 234 ; fines of land 

in, 3, 220; 5, 282; 13, 296; 

mill, 3, 246; manor of (1263), 254; 

(T.), 4, 71, 72 ; Roman villa at, 10, 

169. 
Farleigh, Otuel de, 3, 220; Silvester 

de, 248. 
Farleigh, Bast, H, 342 ; 12, 230, 308 ; 

14, 239; 15, 74, 295; 17, 156; 

Roman villa, 1, 173 ; quarries in 

Dean St., 2, 112; manor-house, 10, 

xxxix. 
Farleigh, East, Gregory de (1263), 3, 

254. 
Farleigh, West, 15, 3; fines of land 

in, 12, 296, 308 ; 14, 296. 
Farley Heath, British coin, 18, 72. 
Farman, Henry, John, Stephen, and 

William, 12, 295. 
Farmer, Dorothy (alias Paler), 18, 29 ; 

Elizabeth, 29 ; William, 33. 
Farnaby, 16, 282; allied to Dering, 

10,337; Sir 0. T., 13, 257; Dr., 

259; Sir John, 257. 
Farnborough (Farnbergh), 1, 254-6, 

277, 278, 288 ; 10, 157 ; 18, 31 ; 

inventory of church goods, 8, 154 ; 

fines of 'lands in, 11, 326, 328, 333, 

344; 12, 303; 13, 292, 299, 306; 

14, 279. 
Farnham, Gerinus de, 15, 300; 

Humphrey, 17, 42, 279; Johanna, 

11, 357; Margaret, 17, 42; Mat- 
thew, 42 ; Robert de, H, 357 ; 

William, 42. 
Farningham (Ferninghatn, Frenin^- 

ham, Frenyngham), 1, 254-6; 10, 



155, 156; 14, 371; 15, 3, 24; 17, 
256 ; 18, 33 ; fines of land in, 2, 
267 ; 4, 296 ; 11, 326, 312, 3 15 ; 
12, 234, 235, 303; 14, 259, 274, 
279; 15, 295; riots, T., 3, 79; 
inventory of church goods, 8, 154. 
Farningham, Agnes de, 13, 320 ; 
Johanna, 18, 94; John de, T., 3. 
69, 144 ; 4, 70, 72, 81, 82 ; John de, 

10, 115, 151,161; 11,372; 13,320; 
18, 94, 347, 350; Sir Ralph, 10, 
155, 156, 158 ; Ralph de, 13, 320 ; 
18, 347, 350; Robert de, 12, 231. 

Farnylaw, Thomas de, Chancellor of 

York, 3, 49. 
Farr, Thomas (1522), 12, 424. 
Farre, Simon, W., T., 3, 73. 
Farresmere, 5, 261. 
Farrington, pedigree, 13, 402 ; Albinia, 

399; Mary, 396-8, 400; Theodosia, 

395-6, 399 ; Thomas, 395, 399, 400. 
Farrist, Robert, 18, 102. 
Farthing Street, 2, 1. 
Fasciculus, i.e. truss of hay, 2, 120. 
Fast Days of the Commonwealth, 15, 

153-4; 160-3, 169. 
Fastolf, Lawrence, 15, 218, 226-8; 

Thomas, 228. 
Fastyngdyche, see Frindsbury. 
Fathers, Agnes (alias Mills, alias 

Basset), 18, 39 ; Joyce (alias Gens), 

21 ; Symon, 39. 
Fatiuton, of Dartford, Joan de, 9, 

293 ; Mathew de, ib. 
Faubrege, Rainulf de, 10, 273. 
Fauchon, Mr., 10, 163. 
Fauconberge, Eustasius (1200), 2, 247 ; 

Joan de, 11, 361 ; Lord F., 361 ; 

Matilda, 2, 34, 35; Sir Thomas 

(Grandison descent), ib. 
Fauconberge's Kentish rising in 1471, 

11, 359-364. 
Faukeham, see Fawkham. 
Faukener, Godfrey le, 11, 366 ; 12, 

213. 

Faukner, William (1252), 2, 310. 

Faunce, Alice, 11, 153 ; Bonham, 153 ; 
15,272; Elizabeth, 11, 153; Mary, 
153; Sir R., 14, 116 ; Thomas, 11, 
153; 15, 172; brasses at Cliffe-at- 
Hoo, 11, 153 ; family, 18, 157. 

Faunt, Nicholas, of Canterbury (1462), 
10, 254; 11, 364; 12, 32; William, 
18, 97 n. 

Faunte, John, Canterbury, 8, 121. 

Faussett, Rev. Bryan, excavates Saxon 
cemeteries, 1, 42, 44; 6, 331 ; 10, 
299; his. ' Inventoritim Sepulchrale,' 
1, 45; 15, 317, 350, 372; at 
Cheriton, 5, 120; at Patricksbourne 
Church (1757), 14, 175. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Faussett, Dr., 4, 44 ; 15, 372. 

Faussett, Rev. (•., exhibits powder- 
horns, 2 zliii ; curate of Great 
Mongeham, 1812, 15, 359. 

Faussett, T. G., Esq., on the Family 
Chronicle of Richard Fogge of Til- 
manstone, 5, 112 ; notes on the 
pedigree, 125 ; on glass in Nettle- 
Btead Church, 6, 129; on Kentish 
vineyards, 327 ; on a Faversham 
charter, 321 ; on a Saxon cemetery 
at Patricksbourne, 329 ; on a Saxon 
cemetery at Bifrous, 10, 298-315; 
13, 552 ; his pedigree of Hardres, 
4, 46, 53 ; on the gates of Boulogne, 
50, 51 ; on ' Canterbury fill Domes- 
day' 15. 338-13, 313: his memorial 
in Adisham Church, 14, 157. 

Faussett MSS., extracts from, 5, 112, 
235, 237, 240. 

Faussett, allied to Godfrey, 5, 261. 

Faustina the elder (?), coin at Sarr, 
6, 162 n. 

Faux, John, 11, 392. 

Favell, allied to Wilmott, 16, 83. 

Faversliam (Fauersham, Feversham), 
7,234; 10, 136; 11, 372; 12, 42, 
215, 217, 420 ; 13, 9, 13, 14, 93, 330, 
335, 342-4, 3 16, 348 ; 14, 05, 360, 
384, 386; 15, 127, 336-7; 16, 7; 
17, 155-7, 160 ; 18, 17, 24, 25, 28, 
31, 33, 36; King's field, 3, 42; 
Saxon relics from, 37, 46 ; present- 
ment, T., 91 ; charter (1582), 6, 
321 ; parish registers, 259, 298 ; 13, 
346; watch at, 8.309; Annual Meet- 
ing at (1872), 9, lviii ; visit to the 
church, lx; town charters, Lrii; 
Arden Tragedy, lxx ; Roman remains, 
lxxi ; oysters (a proverb), 136; a 
ship from, 10. cix ; vineyards, ex; 
20 ships of, exx ; corn riots at, 12, 
356; wages at (1621), 16, 270; 
innkeepers' bills (1668), 271-271; 
fines el' lands in. 4,291; 11,330; 
12, 295, 300; 13, 292; 14. 247, 
254, 268, 27.".; 15, 282, 292, 300, 
- : 18. 337, 339. 

Faversham, Anglo-Saxon remains, 
1, 42-8; description <>f the plates, 
49. 

Yw EE8H lm, expenses of the corpora- 
tion of {temp. 1 1.ii. VIII), 10,233- 
211 ; Queen Dowager of Prance .-it. 

233, 234, i':;'.' ; the Lord Warden at, 

234, 239; Archbishop at, 234, s-',:,. 
S.'u. 2tO; Il.-nrv VIII. at, 233, 236, 
238, 239; St. Valentine's Pair at, 
239. 

Faversham, municipal archives (1304- 
24), 14. L85-205 



Faversham, subsidy roll for the hun- 
dred of (14 Hen. VIII.), 12, 420- 
427. 

Faveksham, town accounts, anno 33 
Edw. I., 10, 221-232. 

Faversliam, Abbot of, 14, 180, 196; 
(1523), 2, 154; (1202), 3, 210; 4, 
215 ; monks at, 2, 59. 

Faversham, Joan de, wife of Judge 
Thomas de, 1, 153; remarried to Sir 
Roger de Northwode (1342), 2, 20, 
27 ; 10, 134; John de, T., and Sarah 
his wife, 3, 85 ; John de, 10, 136 ; 
Nicholas de, 14, 334 ; Reginald de, 
and Gloria his wife (1200), 2, 254, 
255 ; Richard de, 1, 152 ; T., 3, 89 ; 
10, 229; Robert de, 13, 89; Thomas 
de, Lord of Graveney, 2, 20, 27 ; 
Thomas de, 10, 229 ; 14, 331. 

Faversliam, Earl of (Sir George Sondes), 
2, 204. 

Faversham Church, 11, 373, 379- 
80, 395, 390 ; 14, 352, 372 ; 
anchorites in churchyard, 11, 24- 
39; its ancient wall paintings, 1, 
lxii, 150 ; church plate, 16, 340, 
340, 434; church goods (1512), 18, 
103-113 ; benefactors, 112-113 ; 
vicar, 4, 195. 

Fawdony, John, goldsmith (1098), 13, 
479. 

Fawkener, Rich, (will 1442), 11, 370; 
Richard, 18, 442. 

Fawkes, Mrs. Ann, 17. 309; Rev. 
Francis, 13, 385 ; 17,309. 

Fawkham (Faukham), 9, 90, 301; 
10, 156; 11, 320; 12, 234; 13, 316; 
14, 239, 240 , inventory of church 
goods, 8. 131 : Old. alias Ash Fawk- 
ham cum New, 10, L56; advowsonof 
church of the manor, 11, 326 ; 
church, i4, 274 ; 15, 9 ; chest in, 
10, 77. 

Fawkham, Roger de, 9, 90, 301; Rosa 
de, 10, 150; Sara, 14, 274; Wil- 
liam de, 12, 234; 14, 274; 15, 9; 
Sir William de, 9. 

Fawnes, Mr. (Cambridge, 1048), 15, 
172. 

Fax, William,! 1 ., 3. 84. 

Pay or man, John, 14, 114. 

Fear-God (female Christ ian name), 14, 
230. 

Featlev. Dr. John, 16. 88, 89. 

Pedall, John, 17- 84, s7 ; Mother, 16, 
308, 310; Thos., 16. 298. 

Pee-Farm, exp] lined, 4, 289 n. 

Peet hi Pines, tee Pines. 

Fekenham, Robert, 11, 396. 

Pekyn, T. (1524), 17, 82. 

Pi [borough (Felburgh, Felbridge), 10, 



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135, 159, 161, 162; 11, 368; 12, 

215 ; hundred, T., 3, 80. 
Feld, John, 15, 337. 
Feldc, Stephen atte, T., 3, 92. 
Felderland, boro' in Worth, 14, 199. 
Feldyng, Galfridus, 13, 320. 
Felip, see Philip. 
Felixstowe, urn from, 9, 20. 
Fellow, Thomas, Chaplain at Minster, 

7, 305. 
Felon, branded, 10, lxxviii. 
Felthorp, Ralph do (Dartford, 1338), 

18, 385. 
Felton, Richard, 18, 219. 
Feltwell, Norfolk, 6, 89. 
Fen', John (1460), 10, 322. 
Fendik, Rev. Thomas, of Newchurch, 

13, -466. 
Fenex, Master, 16, 298, 299, 304. 
Fengesham, see Finglesham. 
Fenn, John, of Romney Marsh, 17, 

230 ; Stephen, 6, 188. 
Fenner, Brewer, and Turner, Separa- 
tists, 16, 178. 
Fenur, Robert le (1251), 2, 304. 
Fenwick, George, 4, 183. 
Fenyeux, Mr. (1491), 16, 303. 
Ferbeste, Thomas, 6, 188. 
Ferbraz, John, 13, 307. 
Ferby (or Fereby), Sir Leonard, 15, 

206; 18, 165, 287; Thomas, 13, 

155; family (St. Paul's Cray), 18, 

287. 
Fereres, William de, 14, 328. 
Ferins (femes, fernis, fernys, and fer- 

rininis), used in Rochester Castle 

repairs, 2, 119, 121, 128, 129, 131, 

132. 
Ferintino, Bartholomew de (1249), 13, 

486. 
Ferneth, Adam de, W., 6, 219. 
Ferniberge, see Farnborough. 
Fern the, 18, 352. 
Ferour, Ferrour, Ferrur, Ferur, etc. 

(for farrier), 7, 238 ; Henry, 13, 86 ; 

William le, 13, 291 ; Robert le 

(1271), 6, 245 ; Win. (1263), 3, 254. 
Ferrand, Ralph, W., 6, 201. 
Ferrar, Nicholas, 12, 65, 86. 
Ferrato, Sasso, 11, 162. 
Ferre, John, Canterbury (1251), 2, 

304. 
Ferrer, Robert, Canterbury (1251), 2, 

304. 
Ferrers, Alianora, dan. of Wm., Earl 

of Derby, 2nd wife of Sir Roger de 

Leyburn, 5, 147 ; Henry, 10, lxxi ; 

Sir Henry, 11, 394; Sir Ralph, 16, 

40. 
Ferrers, of Chartley, John, Lord, 16, 

40. 



Ferringesbregge (? Fordingbridge), 6, 
34. 

Ferrors, Thomas (1463), 10, 253. 

Ferrour, Ferrur, see Ferour. 

Ferte-Imbaut, Marquis de la, at Roch- 
ester, 6, 64. 

Ferthyng, Robert, 14, 258. 

Festyngdenne, Richard, W., 14, 559. 

Fetherstone, Rev. John, 16, 92 ; John, 
18, 251. 

Fetterlock and falcon, emblem of Duke 
of York and Edward IV., 1, 78. 

Feudal tenures abolished by Charles 
II., 2, 287. 

Feure (or Fevre), Agnes, 11, 312 
317 ; Gilbert le, 13, 316 ; Henry le 
304; Johanna, 304; John, 304 
Jordan le, 14, 241 ; Richard le, 11 
312; 13,316; Simon le, 12, 300 
Thomas, 14, 241 ; Walter, 11, 317 
William, 12, 300. 

Feutrer, William le, 15, 287. 

Fewe, Roger atte, 2, 120. 

Feykyn, Margeria, 11, 350 ; William, 
ib. 

Feyre, John, 14, 370. 

Feyron, George, Acrise, 8, 109. 

Ffinch, Benj., 4, 245 ; see Finch. 

Ffouler (or Ffuler), John le (1263), 
3, 253 ; Walter le, Rainham (1253), 
243. 

Ffrankelyn, John le (1260), 3, 249. 

Ffreston, Richard de, Vicar of Thorn- 
ham (1323), 18, 244. 

Fibulse, at Bifrons Park, 6, 230 ; gold, 
at Faversham, 1, 45 ; Anglo-Saxon, 
49 ; Roman, at Plaxtol, 2, 7 ; from 
cemetery at Sarr, 3, 41, 45 ; 5, 315 ; 
6, 179, 180, 181 ; 7, 310, 316. 

Fidge, Mr. (1666), 18, 124; Oliver, 
14, 100. 

Field (ffelde), John (1522), 12, 424 ; 
Rev. Theophilus (Lydd, 1612), 13, 
447. 

Field, allied to Bering, 10, 334. 

Fielder, Priscilla, 14, 207. 

Fiennes, Elizabeth, coheir of Lord 
Say and Sele, 18, 391. 

Fige, John (1662), 14, 179. 

Fi'lborne, Hundred of, 8, 310. 

Filethe, John de, 15, 297 ; Matilda, ib. 

Filghman, A. (1742), 2, 93. 

Filiol, Richard (1291), 2, 135. 

Filips, Henr} T , Bonnington, 8, 109. 

Fill-horse (wheel horse), 9, 109. 

Filloil, Baldwin, Bonnington, 5, 269. 

Filman, Edward, Leeds Priory, 2, 64. 

Filmer, Edward (1642), 2, 180; Ed- 
ward, 18, 25; Richard, ib. 

Filpot, Margaret, 11, 155. 

Filston Farm, 16, xlix ; manor, 27. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. XVIII. 



Pinch, assumption of the name, t. 
Hen. III., 4, 121 ; anus, 10, 261, 
262, 265 ; 15, 5, 16. 

Finch, Agnes (1429), 13, 338, 3 17 ; 
(ob. 1591), 347; see Annoys; Alice 
(1494), 327-8 : (1548), 328-9; Anne 
(1553), 332-4; (1574), wife of 
Christopher, 338, 346-7; (horn 
1578), 346; Lady Anne, 4, L97; 
Anneys (1443), wife of William, 13. 
322 ; Anthony (1553), 332-4 ; 
(1570), 346; (1598), 344; (1615), 
330-338; Barnardyne (1553), 13, 
332-4; Benedieta (Bennet), 1587, 
346; (1588), 347; (1597), 337-8; 
Bridget (1591), 336-7, 345; (1598), 
311; Charles (1641), 13, 345; 
Christopher (1563), 341-2, 344; 
(1574-97), 338, 346-7; Clement 
(1548), of Grovehurst. 329-32, 344 ; 
his will (1597), 337-8; (1629-41), 
345 ; Counsellor, 18, 101 ; Diouisia 
(Denis), 10, 262, 263; 13, 322-4 ; 
Borothy (1576), wife of Nicholas, 
346-7; Elice (1585), of Faversham 
and Fordwich, 13, 338; Elizabeth 
(14G9), wife of Herbert, 321-5; 
(1481), dau. of William, 326 ; (1570), 
346; (1582), 346; (1621), 345; 
(1624), 348; 18, 35, 37; widow of 
Sir Moyle, 89; Erasmus, 11, 390; 
Frances (1571), 13,345,318; (1597), 
dau. of Clement, 338 ; Francis 
(1579), 346; (1642), 2, 180; George 
(151 1 ). of Murston, 13. 344 ; (1558), 
of Norton, 344; (1564), son of 
Nicholas, 340 ; (1585), 346-7; Wye 
(1635), 18, 440; Gertrude (1629), 
13, 345 ; Grace (1581), 346 ; (1597), 
337; (1598), 344; Heneage, Re- 
corder of London, 5, 31 ; his son 
created a peer, 35-36 ; his grandson, 
Solicitor-General, 31 ; created Earl of 
Aylesford, 31, 37; Sir Heneage, 11, 
229; Sir Ilenrv, Serjeant-at-Law, 
temp. Jas. I., 5, 31 : 17, 386 ; Henry 
■'< 1 li'si. 13, 343 ; (1 1 13), son of 
William, 322-3; | 1 t94),of Odesham, 
will, 326-8; ( 1 194 . son of Eenry, 
327-S; < 1513), 338-9; (15 IS), son of 
John. 329-32; (1564), of Lvnsted, 
342 ; Herbert, of Sandhurst, 11, 
10 I; Hi rberl 1 1 169), will, 13- 324 ; 
(1545), 339 ; will, 332-4; (ob. L562), 
of Lynsted, 340-4, 347; I L574), bod 
of Christopher, 346-7; (1596), -on of 
John. of Lynsted, 348; Isabel (1 t65), 
10. 258; Isabel, Lady Clifton, 262; 
Isabel (1399), 13, 338; (1443), 
dau. of William, 322 ; [sabella, 11, 
362; Jane (horn L589), 13, 347 



(1585), 335; (1635), 18, 440; 
Johanna (Joan) (1548), dau. of 
John. 13, 329; [ob. 1574), 347; 
(1590), 347; {ob. 1624). 348; (born 
15881, 347; (ob. 1626), 348; Sir 
John (1641), 1, 197 ; killed (1642), 
2, 193 ; (Lord Finch, of Fordwich), 
5, 31, 32 ; 14, HI ; 17, 385-6 ; John 
(of Milton), 11, 399 ; (of Deptford), 
18, 35; (1350), 13, 321-2 ; 3 Hen. V., 
343; (1443), 322-3; (1458), 323; 
(1469), son of Herbert, 325 ; (1481), 
lather of William, 326 ; (1481), son of 
Wm., 326 ; (1546), of Kingsdown, 
3 \A ; (1548), of Grovehurst, 322 ; will, 
328-32, 344 ; (1553), son of Herbert, 
332-4 ; (1558), of Ewell, in Favers- 
ham, 344-6; (1545), son of Herbert, 
of Lynsted, 340-3; (1577), 346; 
(1585), of Sewards, in Linsted, son of 
John, 335-6; (1585), of Faversham 
and Fordwich, will, 335-6, 342 ; 
(1592), 348 ; (1598), John, sen. and 
jun., of Linsted, 344; (1597), of 
Grovehurst, son of Clement, 330, 
337-8, 345; (1591), brother of 
Ralph, 337; (1610), of Sheldwich, 
345 ; of Lvinne, 18, 440 ; Joice 
(1591), dam of Ralph, 13, 336; 
Julyan (1563), wife of John, 346 ; 
Katherine (1513), wife of Henry, 
13, 338-9; (1553), dau. of Her- 
bert, 332; (ob. 1564), 347; (1585), 
34G ; Katherine (alias Drury), 
18, 34, 38; Lady, of Fordwich 
(1643), 2, 207 ; 4, 135, 196 ; Lord, 
of Fordwich, 4, 196; pedigree, ib. ; 
Margaret (1481), wife of Wil- 
liam, 13, 325-6; (1548), wife of 
John, of Grovehurst, 328-31, 344 ; 
(1585), wife of W. Saker, 336; 
(1591). wife of Josias Cheney, 337; 
{ob. 1562, at Selling), 348; (born 
1597), 348; .Mark (born 1590), 347; 
Mary (horn 1591), 348; (ob. 1597), 
■17(i; heiress, of Norton, 18. 2115; 
M idiael (horn 1582, son of Nicholas), 
13. 346; (1591), son of Ralph, 337 ; 
.Mildred (born L563), 346; Sir 
Movie, of East well, 4, 19G; (1601), 
10.' lx; 11. 228; 18, 89; Sir 
Nathaniel. 14, 117: Nicholas (1 181), 
brotherof William. 13.326; (1545), 
of Lynsted, 343-4; (1551), of Nor- 
ton. 339-40, 311 ; (1578), 346-7 j 
(1585), son of John, of Faversham, 
335-6,342; Parnel (Petronilla, 
l i 13), 13, 322-4; Philip (1 194), 
son of Henry, 13. 328; Peter, 18, 
3,7 ; Ralph, of Kingsdown (1551), 
13. 311 ; (1591 1, will. 336-7; (1591), 



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son of Ralph, 337 ; (born 1588), son 
of Thomas, 347; Richard (born 
1580), 346; (1591), son of Ralph, 
337 ; (1610), of Milsted, 345 ; son of 
Sir Win., 40 1 ; Robert (born 1594), 
348; Roger, of Borden (1543), 330, 
343-4; Rodolph (born 1591), 348; 
Sarah, 18, 440 ; Susan (1597), daui 
of Clement, 13, 337-8; (1615), wife 
of John, 330, 345 ; (ob. 1583), wife 
of Thomas, 346 ; Sir Thomas, founder 
of a great legal family, 5. 30 ; 11, 
143; 17, 227; Thomas, 11, 229; 
Ursula, wife of John, 13, 328; 
Valentine (1597), son of Clement, 
338; Vincent (1465), 10, 256-258: 
(of Netherfield), 11, 362, 396; 
(1350), brother of John, 13, 321-2 ; 
(1387), son of Vincent, 321-2; (1364), 
338; (1399), 338; (1417), son of 
Henry, 321, 343; (1412), 321; 
(1443), son of Wm, 322-4; (1481), 
of Sandhurst, 326 ; (1482), 339 ; 
(1508), 240; Walter, 13,334; Sir 
William, 4, 196; 11, 399; William 
(1460), 11, 385; (1417), son of 
Henry, 13, 321, 343; (1443), will, 
322-4 ; (1443), son of Wm., 322-3 ; 
(1429), 338 ; (1481), of Lynsted,will, 
325-6; (1494), son of Henry, 328; 
son of Herbert, 332-4, 341-5 ; (1585), 
brother of John, of Faversham, 335; 
(1587), 346; (1598), of Selling, 344; 
(1591), son of Ralph, 337 ; (1550), 
of Faversham, 345, 348 ; (1641), 14, 
356 ; 18, 34, 38. 

Finch alias Hodsoll, Fear God, 14, 
236. 

Fincham, John de, 11, 355 ; Mar- 
garet, ib. 

Finchdene, 14, 41, 49. 

Finche, see Finch. 

Finchingfield (Fynchingfeld). John de, 
14, 338 ; Walter de, 11, 352 ; 12, 
302 ; 13, 293. 

Fineaux, Robert, son of Robert, 10, 
129. 

Fineghe, Juliana, 14, 195. 

Fines (of land, etc.), their history and 
antiquity, 1, 218; (1642), 2, 178; 
calendar of, 11, 307. 

Fines, Kentish (temp. Ric. I.), 1, 228- 
276 ; (1-4 John), 2, 239-273 ; (4 
John), 3, 209-240; (4-8 John), 4, 
273-308 ; (8-13 John), 5, 259-290 ; 
(13-16 John), 6, 225-234; (1-6 
Edw. II.), 11, 311-358; (7 Edw. II.), 
12, 289-308; (7-10 Edw. II.), 13, 
289-320; (10-15 Edw. II.), 14, 241- 
280; (15-20 Edw. II.), 15, 273- 
310; (1-4 Edw. III.), 18, 337-352. 



Fineux (or Fyneux), Dame Elizabeth 
(1523), 2, 162 ; 17, 87 ; Jane, daugh- 
ter of Sir John (1523), ib.; 4, 238; 
Sir John (Chief Justice, 1523), 2, 
154, 155, 157 ; 4, 238 ; 5, 21, 28 ; 
14, 319; 17, 77, 78, 84; Sir John, 
of Swingfield, 10, 239; John, 7, 
234; arms, 11, 395; Wm., 396, 
399. 

Finglesham Church, 9, 136. 

Finglesham (Fengcsham), Henry and 
Martin de, 4, 302. 

Finnis, Colonel John. 18, 415; Captain 
Robert, 415 ; Robert and Elizabeth 
his wife, 415 ; Alderman Thomas 
Quested, 415. 

Firmingers in Ightham, 14, 230-1. 

First-fruits and tenths, under Queen 
Mary, 2, 52. 

Fish, Agatha and William, 15, 310. 

Fishbourne (Fissebourne, Fisshe- 
bourne, Fysshebourne), 10, 137 ; 
12, 298 ; John de, 10, 137 ; 12, 217. 

Fishenden, Anna, 18, 40 ; John, 40 ; 
Thomas, 40; Rev. Thomas, of New- 
endon, 4, 112. 

Fisher, Bishop of Rochester, 17, 66-73. 

Fisher (Fysher, Fyssher, Fysshere), 
Alexander, 3, 179, 181, 182 ; Rev. 
Edward (Sheldwich, 1685), 18, 299; 
Elizabeth, 17, 208; 18, 299; (nee 
Abel), 375; Harry, 17, 140; John 
(1550), 14, 179; 18,299,375; (Mayor 
of Fordwich, 1553), 87 ; Samuel, 366 ; 
Richard, ofDartford, 2, 56; Thomas, 
of Lyden, 9, 283; Walter (1412), 
10, 245. 

Fisher, allied to Dering, 10, 328, 337, 
341, 345 ; the family at Maidstone, 
1, 162. 

Fishpole, 13, 309. 

Fishpond Wood, 15, 320. 

Fissebourne, see Fishbourne. 

Fitch, Mr., 15, 372. 

Fitz-Adam, Henry (Hartford), 3, 221 ; 
James, ib. ; Robert, ib. ; Simon, 10, 
143, 148 ; 12, 210, 228, 232 ; Wil- 
liam (1236), 2, 292. 

FitzAilwin, Hugh and Robert (Strood), 
3, 230. 

Fitz Alan (clerk), 12, 230; Earl of 
Arundel, 13, 90; Richard, 14; 
Robert (1246), 2, 294. 

Fitz Alard, Coustantine, 5, 287 ; 
Pagan (Kidbrook), 3, 227. 

Fitz Alcher, Thomas, 12, 222. 

Fitz Aldelin, Ralph, 15,4; William, 
ib. 

Fitz-Alexander, John and William, 
(1230), 2, 228. 

Fitz-Aleys, Turstan (1250), 2, 300. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I.- — XVIII. 



Fitz-Algar, Hamo (Chilham, 1198), 1, 
268. 

Fitz Aimer, Hugh, 10. 273. 

Pita Alolin, Thomas, 12, 212. 

Pitz-Alured, Emma (Rainham), 4, 
295 ; William (1202), 2, 270. 

Fitz-Amfrid, William (Faversham), 4, 
29*. 

Fitz- Arnold, William, 3. 218. 

Fitz Arnulf, Anger (1198), 1,260; 
Robert, ib. 

Fitz-Auchcr, Sir Thos. (1241), 14. 
311. 

Fitz-Audele, William, 10, 276. 

Fitz-Audony, Richard, 13, 368. 

Fitz-Baldwin, Nicholas (1198), 1, 254. 

Fitz-Bernard, 2, 33; 11, 310; arms, 
15, 0, 19; Agatha, 12, 303; 13, 
369; Alianora, 2, 31; 13, 369; 
Alice, 366, 369, 409 ; Beatrix, H, 
319; Bona, 2, 11, 33; 9, 159 ; 
11, 353-4; 13, 368-70; Jane, 
coheir of Sir Thomas, 5, 323 ; John, 
2, 301 ; 6, 237; 10, 154, 155, 162 ; 
11, 366; 12, 210, 211, 223; 13, 
356, 358-9, 364-6, 369, 370; Mar- 
garet, 13, 370, 409; 15, 6; Ralph, 
2, 32 ; 10, 133, 139, 143, 154, 155, 
162; 11,366; 12, 303; 13,366-9, 
409; Richard, 10, 120; 11, 319; 
Robert, 5, 24; 13, 409; Roger, 15, 
6 ; Thomas le, 11, 353, 354 ; 12, 
303; Thos., 13, 366, 368-9, 370, 
409. 

Fitz-Bernard, allied to Hardres, 4, 46. 

Fitz Benedict, Maud, 11, 53; Warin, 
ib. 

Fitz-Berner, Ralph and William, 10, 
276 ; Robert and Thomas, 276. 

Fitz-Bertram, Nigel, 10, 271, 273, 
275. 

Fitz-Blakemann, Wibert, 3, 232. 

Fitz-Bruning, William (Sheldwich, 
1 L98), 1, 263. 

Fitz-Cole, Wibert, 10, 275. 

Fitz-Dereman, Richard, 3, 211. 

Fitz-Dering, Richard, 15. 12. 

Fitz-Durant, William, 10- 274. 

Fitz-Edward, Richard (1198), 1, 267. 

Fitz-Eilric, Osbert, 4, 302. 

Fitz-Eluric, Hugh (Fleet manor, 
1 L97), 1. 245. 

Fitz-Ernald, John, 12, 219. 

Fitz-Gabriel, Thomas, 10, cxxxvii. 

Fitz-Geoffrey, Crispin | L201), 2. 2.",s ; 
(Tatiingbury), 4. 307; Esabella, 3, 
210; Richard (1253), 2. 243; 
Thomas I L200), 248. 

Fitz-Gerald, Ladies Bridget and Eliza- 
beth, 11, 217, 222, 231 ; Warin, son 
of Gilbert, 5, 271. 



Fitz-Geralds connected with the Ley- 
burns, 5, 134, 158. 

Fitz-Gilbert (Langport, 1198), 1, 269; 
Richard, 5, 23. 

Fitz Gilbert, de Barham, Henry, 12, 
203. 

Fitz-Gillobi, Ralph (1196), 1, 236, 237 ; 
Galiana, lb. 

Fitz-Godfrev, Benjamin and Robert, 
6, 329; 'Emma, 13, 368; John 
(1246), 2, 294; William, 13, 368. 

Fitz-Godwin, Alfwin, 5, 262, 263. 

Fitz-Hamo, Walter (1267), 5, 297. 

Fitzharding, see Berkeley. 

Fitz-Helto (or Helte), William, 2, 10 
29-31, 40, 320 ; 5, 24, 278 n ; 6, 190 
191 ; 18, 214. 

Fitz-Henry, Alan (1202), 2, 272 
Alan (Losenham), 4, 291 ; Alex- 
ander (1253), 2, 311; Hugh, 3 
220, 221 ; Orabilla his wife, 4, 291 
William, 10, 270. 

Fitz-Herbert, Augustine, 3, 231 
Matthew, 11, 68 ; Richard, 3, 231 

Fitz-Hervey, Osbert (1195), 1, 228 
255; (1199), 3, 239, etc. ; Osbert, 10 
273 ; Simon (1195), 1, 231. 

Fitz-Hugh, William (1263), 4, 311. 

Fitz-Humfrey, Roger, 10, 274. 

Fitz-Ingilram, Henry (1195), 1, 230. 

Fitz- James, Sir John (1542), 1, 86. 

Fitz-Jocelin, Reginald, Bp. of Bath, 
elected Archbishop of Canterbury, 
13, 508. 

Fitz John (Fitz-Johan), Adam, 11, 
332; 15,305; 18,337; Christiana, 

11, 332; Elizabeth, 15, 305; 18, 
337; Henry (1263), 3,265; John, 

12, 233; "Philip (1252), 2, 308; 
Richard, H, 332; Thomas, 2, 112; 
William (1198), 1, 275; William, 
5, 275. 

Fitz-Joldwin, Eleanor, 13, 82. 
Fitz .Ionian. John (1201), 2, 260. 
Fitz-Josce, John, H, 223 ; William, ib. 
Fitz-JoBcelin, Nicholas, 3, 224. 
Fitz-Kynoth, William (1251), 2,306. 
Fitz-Lambert, Robert (Highani), 4, 

278; Walter, 17, 39. 
Fitz Lefred, Daniel (Snath.-), 3.212. 
Fitz Letice, Simon ( L252), 2. 308. 
Fitz Lucy, Osbert (1198), 1, 275. 
Fitz-Mathew, Baldwin (1198), 1, 266, 

267: Eamo (1200), 2.2is : Riohard 

(1195), 1, 232; Richard (1252), 2, 

308. 
Fitz-Matilda, Richard (126:!). 4. :sn ; 

William (Kaiiiham. 1253), 3. 243. 
Fitz-Maurice, Richard, 10. 279. 
Fitz-Nicholas, Godfrey, 5, 263 ; Ralph, 

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Fitz-Nigel, Edith, widow of Richard 
(1201), 2, 264; Richard, Bp. of 
London, temp. Ric. I., 2, 235 ; 
Robert (1199), 244; William, 5, 
24. 

Fitz-Odo, Christiana, widow of Wil- 
liam, 2, 247. 

Fitz-Oger, Oger, a judge (1195), 1, 
233, 246; Peter, 12, 236. 

Fitz-Ordric, Stephen (1198), 1, 273, 
274; Win., 273. 

Fitz-Orgar, Richard (1195), 1, 232. 

Fitz-Osbert (Fleet, 1197), 1, 245; 
Alexander (1200), 2, 253; Walter 
(Faversham), 4, 294. 

Fitz-Otes, arms, 10, 330. 

Fitz-Payn, Roger, 3, 214. 

Fitz-Peter, Geoffrey (1252), 2, 308; 
G., a judge (1199), 2, 239 et seq. ; 
Jeffrey, 10, lv; Ralph, 5, 287. 

Fitz-Philip, Robert (Dartford, 1195), 

I, 232. 

Fitz-Piers, Geoffrey (1197), 1, 249, 

250 ; Geoffrey, a judge (1196), 234 ; 

(1198), 260, 275 ; Earl of Essex, 

260 n. 
Fitz-Rnlph, Alexander, 6, 228 ; Henry 

(1197), 1, 247; Ivo (1247), 2, 296 ; 

Robert (1197), 1, 247 ; Sibilla, 4, 

282, 297. 
Fitz-Reymer, Eustace (1247), 2, 296. 
Fitz-Reymund, William, 12, 224. 
Fitz-Reyne, Ralph (Rainham, 1253), 

3, 243. 

Fitz-Richard, Edrio (1197), 1, 245; 

Godeman, 3, 219 ; Guncelin, 4, 292 ; 

Libricus (1197), 1, 245; Nicholas 

(1199), 2, 241; Simon, 4, 307; 

Walter, of Cobham, W. (1230), 2, 

229 ; Walter, 15, 6. 
Fitz-Robert, Aldina, wife of Robert, 

4, 299 ; Arnulf , 4, 299 ; Geoffrey, 

II, 350 ; Johanna, 350 ; John, 15, 
364 ; Luke (1263), 3, 253 ; Wil- 
liam (1251), 2,306; (1263), 3, 257. 

Fitz-Roce, John, W. (1220), 2, 227 ; 

(1240), 230. 
Fitz- Roger, John (1198), 1, 261, 262 ; 

Jordan (1198), ib. ; Simon, ib. ; 

William, ib. ; William, 10, 274. 
Fitz-Roy, Richard le, 13, 524. 
Fitz-Sabine, see Sabiua. 
Fitz-Sanson, Ralph (1197), 1, 247. 
Fitz-Sibill, William (1260), 3, 250. 
Fitz-Sibwin, Joseph, 3, 214 ; Reginald, 

ib. ; William, ib. 
Fitz-Simon, Sir Hin<h, 10, 145 ; John 

(1260), 3, 249 ; his heirs, 10, 143 ; 

Osbert, 3, 237. 
Fitz-Siward, Basilla; 3, 212. 
Fitz-Stephen, John (1202), 2, 273 ; 



Peter, 3, 209; Ralph, 10, 276; 
Richard, 12, 210; Simon (1197), 1, 
247 ; William, 5, 24. 

Fitz-Theobald, Thomas, brother-in- 
law to Archbishop Becket, 10, 20, 
291. 

Fitz-Thomas, Ailrich, 3, 220; Maurice, 
son and heir of Earl Desmond, 16, 
39; Ralph (Newchurch, 1198), 1, 
264, 2G5 ; Richard, 3, 220 ; Walter, 

4, 281 ; William, 3, 220. 
Fitz Turald, Ralph, 10, 271. 
Fitz-Turkhill, Leeds (1198), 1, 269. 
Fitz-Umfrey, Hugh (1195), 1, 230; 

Thomas, ib. 
Fitz-Urse, Reginald de, 13, 114. 
Fitz- Vivian, Eugenia, 15, 363-4 ; John, 

ib. 
Fitz-Waldin, William (Lullingstone), 

5, 276. 

Fitz-Walkelin, Hugh, 3, 220, 221. 

Fitz- Walter, Nigell (1263), 4, 311; 
Robert, 12, 232; Turstan (1250), 2, 
300. 

Fitz Warin, William, 18, 362. 

Fitz-Watemann, Isabella, 3, 215. 

Fitz-Wido, William (1202), 2, 273 ; 
3, 209. 

Fitz-William, Andrew, 13, 368; 
Bartholomew, ib. ; Elnitha, 3, 222 ; 
Hamo (Newchurch, 1198), 1, 264 ; 
Henry, 5, 265 ; Nicholas (1198), 1, 
260, 261, 262; Paulinus, 13, 368; 
Ralph, 10, 271 ; Richard, 5, 265 ; 
Richard and Beatrice, 286 ; Robert, 
3, 236; 4, 291; Simon (1189), 1, 
275; Thomas, 13, 368; William, 
10, 273. 

Fitzwilliam, allied toDalison, 15, 402. 

Fitz-Wimarc, Geoffrey, 3,230; Regi- 
nald, ib. 

Fitz-Wimund, Nicholas (1197), 1, 
244, 245. 

Fitz-AVlard, Sanus, 10, 279. 

Fitz-Wlfwin, Bartholomew and Mat- 
thew (c. 1220), 2, 226. 

Fitz-Wlmar, see Fitz-Wulmar. 

Fitz Wlward, Absolom, 3, 233. 

Fitz-Wlwin, Humfry and Roger (Rich- 
borough, 1197), 1, 245 ; Ralph, 3, 
233. 

Fitz-Wulf, Luke and Philip (Rich- 
borough, 1197), 1, 245. 

Fitz Wulmar (Wlmar), Aldina (1200), 
2, 245-6. 

Five Dens in Hawkhurst,perambulated, 
5, 79. 

Five Members, arrest of the, 1, 201. 

Flaherty, W. E., Esq., on a Kentish 
Monasticon, 2, 49 ; On AVat Tyler's 
Rebellion, 3, 65 ; 4, 67. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Flake, Thomas, 12, 388. 

Flanders, the Earl of, at Becket's 

tomb, 13, 505. 
Elandrensis, R. (1198), 1, 275. 
Elaoner, Andrew le, 13, 86. 
Plecchyngge, 15, 275 ; Alice, 18, 347 ; 

Richard, ib. 
Fleet (Fletes) in Richhorough, 12, 

206 ; (1197), 1, 243, 245 ; the manor 

(1264), 5, 292, 302; 8, 14; alias 

Nevills Fleet manor, 10, 123. 
Fleet, Amia de, 13, 296; John de, 

clerk, 18, 341; Jordan de (1197), 1, 

244 ; Wm. (1460), 14, 178. 
Fleet and Trosley, exchange of, for 

Leeds, 7, 334. 
Fleet Prison, 15, 238. 
Fleete, Alexander, 12, 389 ; Eden, 18, 

35 ; Thomas, 12, 390 ; 18, 35. 
Fleetwood, Dr. (military chaplain in 

1644), 3, 185 ; Rev. Jas., H, 252 ; 

17, 378 ; Lieut.-General (1051), 15, 

199 ; 18, 163. 
Flegge, William de, 12, 215. 
Flegs Court (alias Hawking) manor, 

10, 130. 

Flemang, Flemeng, see Fleming. 

Flemenewell, Ada de, W., 6, 218. 

Fleming (Flemang, Flemeng, Flemyng, 
Flemmyng), David, 18, 444 ; Isabel 
(Lewisham), 11, 401; Johanna, 
344; John, 10, 135, 157 ; 15, 294; 
John le, 3enior and junior, 11, 330 ; 
12, 237; 13, 290; Mabilla, 15, 
294; Reginald (1198), 1, 255, 256; 
Richard (1200), 2, 252 ; 10, 251 ; 

11, 377 ; Thomas, W., 5, 203, 204 ; 
Thos., of Kingsdown, 9, 277 ; Wil- 
liam le, 11, 330 ; 13, 290. 

Flemings, the, at Cranbrook, 9, xciv, 
xcvi et seq. ; made Dover Pier, 10, 
cxvii ; cloth workers, 14, 33, 53. 

Fletcher, Bdw. 3 of Knockholt, 9, 277; 
Elizabeth, 18,27; George, 27 ; Dr. 
Giles, 8, 302 ; Henry, annuitant of 
-Mulling Abbey, 2. ■>' ; ('apt. John, 
5, 113 ; Reginald, 15, 395 ; Thomas, 
4, 115. 

Fletestrete, 13, 290. 

Plette, allied to Osborne, 5. 234. 

Flettes (? Fleet) in Wingham Hun- 
dred, 12, 200. 

Flexney, Mr., 17. 375. 

Flight, Thomas, 15, 113. 

Flimwell Veins. 9, no. 

Mint weapons, 12- I ; and Hikes. 13, 
\s.',; wroughl Hints found at Wesi 
Wickham, 14. 85, 90. 

Flodmed, Dartford (1195), 1,232. 

Flokke, Thomas, 15. 264. 

Thomas 1 1663), 17, 173. 



Flore, Lawrence de, 15, 262. 

Florence, of Worcester, genealogical 
tables of, 8, 29, 35-40. 

Florence, Lapinus Roger of, 11, 357; 
Lapinus de, 13, 319, 320; James 
de, ib. 

Florentius, St., 12, 167, 194. 

Flotham boro' (Aluphsbridge), 12, 
211 ; 13, 353. 

Flotindenu, Mathew and William of, 
6, 221. 

Flounders, notable in North Yenlet, 
9, 113. 

Flower, William (Norrov), 4, 259. 

Floyd {i.e. Lloyd), 16, 117 ; Jonathan, 
117; Margaret, ib. ; Michael, ib. ; 
William, ib. ; see Flud. 

Flud, or Flood (i.e. Lloyd), 16, 117. 

Fly, Tim (pewterer), 17, 272, 314. 

Fod, Henry (1264), 5, 292. 

Fode, Richard, 15, 263, 267. 

Fodryngehey, Peter de (1377), 14, 
177. 

Fogelberg and Stephen, 17, 248. 

Fogge (Fog, Fogg, Foog), family, 1, 
182; 2, 105; 5, 125; 14, 17; 
Repton came with heiress of Val- 
oignes, 2, 106 ; pedigree, 5, 116, 
126 ; patrons of Cheriton rectory, 
18, 363 ; arms, 14, 171 ; 18, 358. 

Fogge, Abigail (married Craniner 
Brooke), H, 112 ; Alianora, 18, 360 ; 
Alice (nee Haute), wife of Sir John, 
2, 103; Alice (nee Kiriel), 109; 
Lady Alice, 16, 176; Anne, 5, 112, 
115 ; 18, 3G ; Cecily (born 1580), 5, 
114; Charles, 113; Christopher, 113, 
131 ; Edward (born 1639), 112, 114, 
124, 131 ; Edward (1554), 11, 
143 ; Eleanor (nee Browne), wife of 
Thomas (1512), 2, 108 ; her monu- 
ment at Ashford, 5, 117; Elizb. 
(born 1652), 5, 115 ; Esekias (Chil- 
ham), 114, 130; Sir Francis, 16, 
166; 18, 360; Gabriel, 5, 113; 
George, ib. ; monument at Chilham, 
130; (ob. 1663), 113; (of Bra- 
bourne), 18, 350, 359 ; Jane, 5, 112, 
113; (ob. 1652), 115; Sir John, of 
Repton, 2, 103, 107; 3, 144; 5, 

117-121, J 2.V 128, 132; 10, 256, 

258; 11, 894; 16. 166-7, 17:i-7, 
176-8; 18, 355-6, 3G3-5 ; Sir J dim 
I L554) ; 11, li, 112, ill, 143; John 
(born if, ii j. 5. 112, m, 115, 121, 
i:;i ; (Rector <>r Cheriton), 5, 120; 
(of Chart), 7, 234; l 1542), 11, lol ; 
(I fc85), 13- 339; (1507). 18. 363, 
364 : Joanna (1445), 18, 363-4; 
Margaret, dan. of Sir John, 5, 121; 
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Master, a rebel (1614), 3, 183; 
Richard, of Danes Court, ob., 5, 129- 
30; Richard, liis grandson's Family 
Chronicle, 112-132; his children 
secretly christened with the prayer 
hook, 113 ; his epitaph, 124 ; visits 
Cheriton Church (15(58), 18, 359 ; 
Capt. Richard, 5, 112, 131 ; his 
monument at Bekesbourne, 130 ; 
Richard, 11, 389; 18, 36; Sybill, 
5, 112, 115 ; Thomas (Sergeant- 
Porter to Hen. VII. and VIII., 
1512), 2, 108; 3, 204 j Sir Thomas 
(1381), T., 3, 75, 76, 87 ; (temp. Edw. 
III.), 5, 121 ; monument in Canter- 
bury Cathedral, 119; patron of 
Cheriton Church, 18, 360, 363; 
(two of the name), 5, 113; (born 
1585), 114 ; (1723), 131 ; (ob. 1405), 
18, 359, 360 ; (Rector of Cheriton, 
1498), 18, 355, 364; William (born 
1396), 5, 126 ; baptized at Cheriton, 
18, 359, 360; monument of, at 
Chilham (1616), 5, 130 ; patron of 
Cheriton, 18, 363, 364. 

Fogge's feast, 9, 143 ; Park, Cheriton, 
5, 120 ; 18, 359. 

Foghel, Henry (Lydd), T., 3. 73. 

Foghelere, Richd. le, 14, 188 ; le, 197. 

Foghelstone (Fulstone), John de, 12, 
299; 15, 279; Margaret de, 12, 
299 ; Werrina de, 217. 

Fokeham, in Frinsted, 10, 142. 

Fokys-Peyforer, manor (in Lulling- 
stone), 10i 155. 

Folcstane, see Folkestone. 

Foleswich, of Dartford, Margaret and 
Robert de, 9, 289. 

Folesworth, Walter de (Dartford), 9, 
295. 

Foliot (Folyett, Folyot), Edmund, 12, 
293 ; Elianora, ib. ; Elizabeth (nee 
Segrave, 1331), 2, 16, 27; Francis, 
10, 291 ; Jordan, coheir of Robert 
Bardulf (124G), 2, 294, 317 ; Nicho- 
las, 10, 129 ; Richard (dead 1331), 
2, 16, 18, 27, 29. 

Folk, Thomas, T., 3, 89. 

Folke, John, 13, 293 ; Maria, ib. 

Folkestone (Folcstane, Folkstane, Ful- 
chestan), 3, 258; 12, 214, 215 ; 13, 
8, 11, 16, 115, 185, 352-3, 364; 14, 
143 ; 18, 28, 30 ; not the landing- 
place of Caesar, 1, 106 ; Hamo de 
Creveqeur's possessions in (1263), 3, 
255 ; Watch at, 8, 310 ; bale, 9, 65 ; 
rumball whitings, 96 ; washerwomen, 
136 ; impropriation, 186 ; Society's 
Meeting at, 10, xxxviii ; Roman re- 
mains, xli, xlvii ; Castle, liv; Convent, 
ib. ; King John at, lvi, cvi ; Priory, lvi ; 



passion play at, 13, 222-5 ; Thomas 
Barrett, ex-Prior of, 14, 316 ; Camp, 
16, 12; fines of land in, H, 
320; 13, 290; 14, 255. 

Folkeston, Barony or Honor of, 10, lv, 
118, 121, 132, 140; 12, 207; (3 
Edw. I.), 1, 135; the knights of, 3, 
260. 

Folkestone, the Castle Hill, 
paper on, 10, liv-lviii. 

Folkestone Cjiukch, 9, 213 ; monu- 
ment in, 2, 133-145; described, 10, 
liv, lviii ; Reliquary of St. Eanswith 
in, 16, 322-326. 

Folkestone Fraternity, an incumbent 
of, 2, 63. 

Folkestone Hundred, 2, 135, 137; 10, 
129, 161; 11, 367 ; 12, 210, 214; 
the Middlehundred of, 3, 261. 

Folkestone Manor sold by Nicholas dc 
Sandwich to Sir William de Clynton, 
Earl of Huntingdon, 2, 19 ; descent 
of, 134 et seq. ; extent of (1343), 2, 
138 ; (1263), 3, 257 ; (1271), 6, 240 ; 
alias F. Clinton and Walton, 10, 
cxxiii, 129. 

Folkestone Monastery, pensioner of, 
2, 55 ; Duke Oswulf's legacy to, 3, 
23 ; the Prior of, 256. 

Folkestone,Municipal Records of, 
10, lxix-lxxxv. 

Folkestone, Medieval, paper on, 
by Canon Scott-Robertson, 10, civ- 
cxxvii ; its name, civ ; quarries, ib. ; 
hall and park, cvii ; mills, prices, 
Romescot, cviii ; Hundred and Manor 
Courts, cix ; coga, or cock-boat, 
cix ; Archbishop Warhani at, cxii ; 
population in 1565, cxii ; Queen 
Elizabeth's visit in 1573, lxxvi, cxiii ; 
projected mole and haven, cxvii ; 
ships and seamen of, cxix ; defence 
against Armada, cxx, cxxi ; stade 
swept away, cxxvi ; tradesmen's 
tokens, and the fishery, cxxvii. 

Folkestone, a Roman Hypocaust at 
(1875), 10, 173-177. 

Folkingham, John de, 1, 133. 

Foliott, arms of Sir John, 15, 17 ; 
Richard, 2, 3 ; Saunsuin, 4 ; see 
Foliot. 

Follett, Mr., 15, 370. 

Folquin, 4, 240. 

Foltstone, see Folkestone. 

Font, at Heme Church, 3, 144; leaden, 
in Brookland .Church, 4, 87 ; 13, 
483-5 ; early, at Lyminge, 5, 331 ; 
at Saltwood, 18, 421. 

Font tapers, 17, 79, 82-5, 91 et seq. ; 
"Strekyng the," 114. 

Fonte, John de, 9, 287; Osbert de 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



(1246), 2, 294; Ralph de (1271), 6, 
238; Richard de (1263), 3, 254 ; 
Robert do, 9, 287. 

1 »e< Pogge. 

Foorde, Anne, 18, 23; Edward, 29; 
.loan, 23 ; Katherine, 23. 

Foot, Rev. John, 8, 101, 127. 

Footbury Hill, 13, 11. 

Foot- Cray, 10, 157; 12, 237, 304; 
13, 11, 376 ; 15, 200, 291 ; 17, 346 ; 
inventory of church goods, 8, 
156. 

Forbes, Admiral, 5, HO and n ; Dr., 
Rector of St. James's Church, Gar- 
lickhithe, 18, 238; Lady, 5, HO 
and n. 

Forbisseur, Adam, 14. 192. 

Force (alias Balser), Mary, 18, 33. 

Ford, Edmund (Lewisham), 11, 402 ; 
Gilbert atte, 2, 123 ; Mary, 14, 63 ; 
Stephen (Teuterden), 14, 63. 

Ford, 18, 37 ; near Wrotham, 5, 27 ; 
House, in Chislet, 12, 250 ; Place, 
15,278-9; Park, 11, 112. 

Forda, Thomas, T., 3, 92. 

Forde, Charles, 18, 17 ; Elizabeth, ib. ; 
Richard, ib. ; Ralph de la (1263), 3, 
257 ; Richard, of Penshurst, 7, 236 ; 
Stephen de (Saltwood, 1276), 18, 
425 ; William de la, W., 5, 222 ; see 
ate Forde. 

Fordell, Elizabeth, 18, 40 ; John, ib. 

Fordham, Thomas, T., 3, 92. 

Fordingbridge, 6, 33 «, 34 a. 

Fordington, Henry, 18, 245. 

Fordmelle, William (priest, 1500), 16, 
314. 

Fordmelne, Alured and Robert de, 
W., 6, 314. 

Fordwich, municipal records (by Rev. 
C. E. Woodruff), 18, 78-102 ; the 
port of Canterbury, 78 ; commercial 
and military importance, 79; had 
collector of customs for Saxon Kings, 
79 ; the Mayor, 82 ; crown pleas, 83 ; 
the Abbot of St. Augustine's, 85 ; 
decline in trade, 87 ; list of Mayors, 
87-89 ; its maces and seal, 91 ; the 
Custumal, 92 ; churchwardens' ac- 
counts, 93; church goods (1501), 
94; Mayor's accouni (1515), '.».">; the 
trout fishery, 96 n ; Town Accounts, 
100. 

Fordwich, 4. 39 ; 13, 835-6 ; 14, 63, 
79 : fine of land in, 3, 213 ; trouts, 
9, 136. 

Fordwich, Lord, 4, 196; 5, 31; 14, 
HI; 17. 885-6 . Lady, 2. 207; 4, 
135, 196; 17, 385-6; rector (1714), 
18. 245. 

Fordyng, Note, 14, 197. 



Fordyngton, Henry, Vicar of Alding- 
ton (1370). 18. 245. 

Fore-acre, see Phoracr. 

Forestar (or Forester), Henry le, 14, 
247; Ralph (son of Alexander le, 
1262), 3. 252; Ralph (1247), 2, 
296 ; Reginald (Lewisham), 5, 287 : 
Sibilla, 14, 247; William (1252), 2, 
310. 

Forge Wood, 1, 115. 

Forisgabulum, explained, 4, 208 «. 

Porker, Agnes, 18, 28. 

Forpege, Richard de la (1203), 3, 205. 

Forrens Gate, Canterbury Priorv, 7, 
152. 

Forsett, John (Romney), 17, 29 ; Rev. 
Jno., 13. 178. 

Forsham, 10, 140; 13,324; Hugh de 
(1325), 15, 293; (1301), 16, 122; 
Stephen de, 10, 140. 

Forshamme, Hugh de (1330), 18, 345. 

Forst, John, 12, 400 ; Stephen, ib. 

Forstall (Forstalle), Adam de (1248), 
2, 297 ; Hamo de (123G), 292 ; Henry, 
16, 200-204; Joan, H, 312; John 
atte, ib.; (Tenham), T., 3, 95, 96; 
Henrv, 16, 201; Syward de la 
(1262), 3. 252. 

Forster, arms and pedigree, 4, 209 ; 
Charles (1709), 14, 387 ; Sir Hum- 
phrey, 15, 182-3, 190; 18, 159, 
161; Martin, 11, 268, 270, 271; 
Rev. Dr. Richd. (1702), 14, 381-2, 
387 ; Thomas le, 14, 191. 

Forster, allied to Hall, 6, 254. 

Fort, Widow, 14, 192. 

Fortescue, Sir John, Chief Justice, 1, 
86 ; on the making of Serjeants-at- 
Law, 5, 21. 

Fortibus, Sir William de, Earl of 
Albemarle (1260), 3, 249. 

Fortis, Gaufridus, Dean of Cranbrook, 
W., 6, 195, 207. 

Forward, Raf (1522), 12, 422. 

Foryndon, or Parndon, Walter de 
(1370), 14,127. 

Foss, E., his paper on SS. collars, 1, 
73 ; on Legal Celebrities of Kent, 
5, 19. 

Fossberry, 13, 9. 

Posset, Robert (1463), 10, 252. 

Foster, Agnes, 18. 34; John, 34; 
(1522), 12. 123 : Capt. Martin, 17, 
384, 892 : Richard, 14, 296 ; Robert, 
W . 5. 218. 

Fot, Jordan le (1207), 5. 296. 

Fotbcrbv, Archdeacon, 18, 415 ; Dean 
of Canterbury, 14, 166, 289; 17, 
293-4. 

Pothcrby, Elizabeth, 14, 117; Sir 
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Fordwich, 4, 196 ; 17, 385-6 ; Mar- 
tin, 14, 166. 
Potheringay Church, 2, 123 «. 
Foucher, William, 10, 190. 
Foukesbroke, in " Knokk," 10, 140. 
Foule, Thomas, 2, 79. 
Foulere, Thomas, T., 3, 89. 
Found, Isabella, 18, 39 ; Wm, ib. 
Fountaine (or Fountayne), Rev. R., 

14, 179 ; 15, 251 ; John, 11, 372. 
Fouwiz, Lucia and William, 11, 318. 
Fovisley, Laur. (Hothfield), 9, 271. 
Fowell, Rev. John, 13, 413. 
Fowiu (royal groom), 5, 141, 164. 
Fowle, James (1522), 12, 424; Mr. 

(1661), 17, 343 ; Stephen, 12, 423 ; 

Thos. (1651), 9, 46, 48, 49 ; 13, 329 ; 

Rev. William Wing, 4, 102; 13, 

427. 
Fowler, Elizabeth, 18, 214, 223; Jane, 

217 ; her will, 223 ; John, 21 ; Lucia, 

11, 323; Margaret, 18, 209, 215; 
Mary, wife of" Thomas (1628), 14, 
99; Marshall (Great Chart), 208; 
Mr. (with Pepys at Chatham), 6, 
66; Oliver, 18, 21; Philip, 214, 
217; his will, 222-3; Thomas, 14, 
99. 

Fowys, William, 11, 323. 

Fox (Foxe), 15, 334; Edward, 18, 
29 ; Henry, 17 ; John (Leeds 
Priory), 2, 64; (T.), 3, 88; (1619) 

12, 390; Col. Lane, 13, 3, 8 
Magdalen, 18, 29; Mrs., 402 
Richard (1465), 10, 257; William 
(Mersham), 11, 396. 

Fox and Geese, bosses in Canterbury 

Cathedral, 3, 144. 
Foxgrove, manor, 10, 154 ; John de, 

154 ; his heirs, ib. 
Foxle, Constance, 13, 299, 306; John 

de, ib. ; 14, 275 ; Thomas, 275. 
Foxston, in Stalisfield, 3, 217. 
Foxstone, John, 11, 375. 
Foxtegh, Robert, T., 3, 82. 
Fracham, Thomas de, W., 5, 215. 
Framea, a Saxon spear, 1, 48. 
Frampton, Roman villa at, 15, 43, 

137. 
Frampton, Rev. T. S., 15, 361-4, 375- 

7 ; 18, 422. 
France, King of, his broom-cod collar, 

1, 78 ; Francis I. of, 4, 47 ; John, 

King of, 11, 74. 
Franceis (or Franceys), Hugh le 

(1271), 6, 237; James le (1252), 2, 

306 ; Jugerinus, Vicar of River, 

Abbot of St. Radegund's, 14, 142 ; 

William, W., 5, 222 ; see Fronceys. 
Frances, arms of, 10, 330. 
Francheuilla, William de, 10, 273. 



Francis, Robert (Staplehurst), 9, 199 ; 
Mr., Curate of Shipbourne 14, 
237. 

Franckling (Franclin), see Franklin. 

Francois, Richard and William (1251), 
2, 306. 

Frank-marriage, 6, 238, 246. 

Frankalmoigne, " elemosinata," 2, 303, 
322 ; 4, 305 n. 

Frankland, widow, 10, 202. 

Franklin (Frankeleyn, Franklyn, 
Francklinge, Franclin), Alice, 14, 
129 ; Anna, 18, 36 ; Edward, 10, 
cxxvii ; Henry, 18, 40, 292 ; John, 
12,236; (Rector of Ickham), 9, 101 ; 

14, 129 ; Sir John (1693), 15, 119 ; 
Mary, alias Gorsby, 18, 36; Robert, 
10, 146; 14, 129; Thomas, 10, 
138; (Curate of Little Chart), 9, 
280; (1859), 17,256; William, 12, 
220 ; allied to Dering, 10, 339. 

Frankpledge, view of, 4, 317. 
Franks, in Horton, near Dartford, 7, 

lxvii ; 18, 387. 
Frankton, Elizabeth, 18, 32 ; John, 

32 ; Margery, 32. 
Frankwell (Franckwell), Damian, 18, 

380; Rev. Nicholas, 17, 275; 18, 

380. 
Fraser, Robert, Rector of Cheriton, 

and Mary Ann his wife, 18, 367-8. 
Fraternities of laity, 10, lxii, lxvii, 

346 ; 13, 93 ; connected with parish 

churches : — at Brookland, 4S2 ; 

Hythe, 18, 413; Ivychurch, 13, 

453 ; Lydd, 432-3, 449 ; Newchurch, 

461 ; New Romney, 472 ; Old Rom- 

ney, 417 ; Ruckinge, 232 ; Saltwood, 

18, 424; Snargate, 13, 423; see 

Brotherhoods. 
Fratre, John, of Dartford, 9, 293. 
Fraunces, Jane, 14, 111 ; Michael, ib. ; 

William (1522), 12, 421. 
Fraunceys, Joanna, 13, 248; John, 

son of William, 11, 356; Rev. John 

(1370), 13, 2-18; Margaret, ib. ; 

Simon, of London, 18, 344. 
Frauncis, Anne, 18, 36 ; Edward, 36 ; 

John, 26, 445; Margaret, 26; 

Thomas, 36. 
Fraxino, G. de (1214), 5, 292 ; John, 

15, 390 ; Luke, ib. ; William, ib. 
Frederick, Elector Palatine, at Roches- 
ter, 6, 59. 

Fredville, proverb on Boys of, 9, 142. 
Fredville(Freydeville),10. 121; manor, 

alias Esole, alias St. Alban's Court, 

121. 
Freebody, John, Rector of Boughton, 

1, J 32. 
Freborne, Margaret, 18, 210, 221. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Freeman, A. (of Minster), 15, 371 ; 

Isabel, 17, 78 ; Mr., on Saxon 

churches in Lincoln, 5, 2»; R. 

Uegulbium, a poem), 12, 6, 7, 254; 

Rev. Thomas, 13, 413; William, 

17, 95, 97. 

Freight of stone (a.d. 1868) from 
London, Battersea, Winchelsea, 
Boughton, and Maidstone to Roches- 
ter Castle, 2, 121. 

Freind, family, 15, 37 ; John, Arch- 
deacon of Armagh, 32 ; Revs. Dr. 
Robert and Dr. William, ib. 

Freke, Miss Judith, 18, 371 ; Ralph, 
of Hanniugton, Wills, 71. 

Frelande, Roger, 10. 128. 

Freman, Master, 8, 130. 

Fremantle, James, 15, 247. 

Fremdenn, Robert de, W., 6, 210. 

Fremingham, warlike proceedings at, 

7, 243 ; fines of laud in, 13, 316 ; 

18, 342. 

Fremingham (Frimingeham), Geoffrey 

de, W., 5, 222. 
Fremle, James (1550), 14, 225. 
Fremling (Fremlin, Fremlyn, Frem- 

lynge), arms, 4, 256 ; Jolin, 18, 31 ; 

Mr., 4, 115 ; Robert, 18, 31 ; Wil- 
liam, 15, 367. 
Fremoult, Philadelphia, widow of 

Samuel, 14, 97; Rev. Samuel, 17, 

2G0. 
French (or Frenche), Ann, 14, 229, 

231, 233; Sir Edmund, 210| n ; 

Francis, 229, 233 ; James, T., 3, 95 ; 

John, 14, 318, 320; Stephen (1508), 

26 ; Thomas, 14, 310, 318 ; (1550), 

8, 80 ; Win., of Hayes, 9, 2G8. 
French Protestants, church in the 

Crypt of Canterbury Cathedral, 16, 

33-4, 43-50, 546-51; Conformist 

Church (1709-44), 549; briefs for, 

14, 182-4, 210-2. 
Frenchisburne, Benedict de, Boughton 

(1247), 2, 295. 
Freud, Bartholomew, 12, 423 ; Daniel, 

389; Egeny, 421; Thos.,422; Win. 

de (Canon of Tunbridge), 14, 332. 
Fronde, Richard, of Fairfield, 8, 152 ; 

Sissily, 18, 395 n. 
Frendesbury, see Frindshury. 
Frene, Richard de, 10, 131 ; 15, 26. 
Frenkisshebakere, John Ie, 12, 292; 

Win. Ie, ib. 
Frennyngham, .?"- Farningham. 
1 rensb I Frenshe), John, 2, 126; 

(1522), 12. i-"> ; Richard ( I 1.76), 

10. Ixi; Rev. Richard, 17, 64; 

Robert, 5, 79; 14, 273 ; William le, 

13, «6. 
Frensted, see Frinsted, 



Erensthope, Geoffrey de (1323), 14, 

385. 
Frente (or Frynte), Agnes (alias Gore), 

18, 16 ; John, 16. 
Frere, Adam le (1269), 5,300; Henry, 

senior, 14, 196; John, junior, l'.Mi; 

John, 15, 301 ; Richard, T., 3, 96 

bis; Robert Temple, 17, 298; Mrs., 

ib. 
Freschenes, Osbern, 15, 26; Turold 

de, 15, 26. 
Frescoes, in the Crypt of Canterbury 

Cathedral, 13, 30, 48-80 ; in Frinds- 

bury Church, 15, 331-2 ; 16, 225-6 ; 

mural, in Smarden Church, 14, 

20-1,30; see Wall-paintings. 
Eresell (or Frysell), Hugh, 14, 367; 

James, Escheator of Kent (1254), 3, 

243; William, Prior of Rochester 

(1509), 53. 
Fresnay (Fresne), Alured de, 15, 25 ; 

Gerald, 25 ; Hugh, of Calehill, 25 ; 

Raoul de, 26 ; Walter, 25. 
Fresnel, Richard, 15, 25. 
Fresnoy, Gilbert de, 13, 81. 
Fresyngham, Clement de, 10, 139. 
Frethningheye, 12, 222. 
Freville, John, Cambridgeshire, 2, 232. 
Freya, the wife of Woden, 8, 27. 
Feiae Pee.uhkks or Black Feiabs 

of Canteebuey, 13, 81-96. 
Friars (the), Aylesford, occupied by a 

Parliamentary Committee (1642), 4, 

139 ; the Society's visit to, xlvii. 
Frid, in Bethersden, 16, 83 ; 18, 64; 

manor, 14, 41, 49. 
F'riend, Bartholomew, 12, 423; Daniel, 

405 ; Egeney, 421 ; Jane, 413 ; 

Thomas, 422. 
Frier (alias Marden), Marion, 18, 35. 
Frierne Park alias Halirod Manor, 

10, 131. 
Frienshe, William le, 10, 117. 
Friland, Richard, 15, 283. 
Frimingeham, see Fremingham. 
Frindsbury (Frenesbery, Frendesbury, 

Frendesby), 1, 277, 278; 11, 157; 

12, 225, 285 ; 13, 152, 291 ; 14, 

228; 17, 170-1; 18,27; chalk and 

lime thence to Rochester Castle, 2, 

121, 122; grange of (1337), 3, 100; 

clubs, 9, 137 ; Roman remains found 

at, 18, 189; fines of land in, 11, 

353; 13, 291; 15, 285, 290, 301, 

309. 
Frindsbury Church. Wall-paintings in, 

15, 331-2; 16, 225-6. 
Frindsbury Hill, Quarry Hou9e on, 

16, 285-8; 17- L69-180; Roman 
remains near, 189-192. 

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de, 13, 158; Walter dc, and Emma 
his wife, H, 314; 14,273. 
Frinsted (Frensted, Frethenestede, 
Frendestede), 10, 142; 18, 29; 
Northwodes, land, 2, 36, 37 ; extent 
of the manor, 5, 295 ; the name, 9, 
116; rood-screen, 14, 371. 
Frith, H. (1G97), 18, 287 ; Thomas, of 
Canterbury, 16, 318, 321 ; 17, 78, 
81, 86. 
Frittenden (Frithendenne, Fritthen- 
den), 14, 39, 323-4; 18, 35 ; Roman 
remains at, 1, 143 ; 9, xc, xci ; fines 
of land in, 3, 210; 11, 342; 15, 
305; (T.),4, 71. 
Frittenden Church visited, 9, lxxxix ; 
14th century brick panel, lxxxix ; 
Eoman remains in the weald, xc, 
xci ; paving tiles figured, opposite 
203. 
Frittenden, Henry and Cecilia de, 14, 

253. 
Frizley, Cranbrook, 9, ci, ciii. 
Frogenhall (Frogenale, Frogenhale, 
Frognall), 13, xxxv, 389, 397; 15, 
15 ; heirs of, 10, 138 ; arms of Ed- 
mund, 11, 394 ; James de, T., 3, 90 ; 
Jane (1523), 2, 162. 
Frogenhall, John, brass in Teynham 
Church, with SS. collar (1444), 1, 
88, 89; arms of John, 11, 397; 
Thos., 395 ; William, co-defendant 
with Sir Richard atte Lese (1373), 

2, 36, 37. 
Frogpoole, 17, 343. 

Froissart, on the elevation of Wykeham, 

1, 64 ; account of the siege of Caen, 

134. 
Fromond (or Fromund), Edmund, 11, 

334; Gilbert, 10, 152; H, 334; 

John, 10, 152; 14, 266, 239; 

Thomas, 266. 
Fronceys (? Franceys), Robert (1263), 

3, 257 ; see Franceis. 
Frose, Ulric, 17, 197-8. 
Frost, Rev. Walter, 13, 465, 

Frost family in St. Nicholas, Thanet, 

12, 23, 399-401. 
Froude's, Mr., misrepresentations as to 

seizure of church goods, 8, 83 ; Mrs., 

12, 372. 
Frowycke, Frideswide, 12, 411. 
Frye, Rev. John, 13, 412. 
Fryer, John (of Dartford), 2, 56; 

(1522), 12, 427; Laurence, ib. 
Fryett, Robert, of Romney Marsh, 17, 

230. 
Fryland (Frylond), John, 13, 354; 

Roger, 10, 129. 
Frymentil, Robert, 18, 348. 
Frynte, see Frente. 
TOL. XII. 



Frysell, see Fresell. 

Fryston, Richard, 13, 157. 

Fryth, Thomas, 14, 318-9; (1688), 

18, 287; see Frith. 
Fuel, want of, while the King held 

Newcastle (1643), 2, 204. 
Fugel, Geffrey le (1216), 2, 295. 
Fuyleston, James de, and Thomas his 

brother (1197), 1, 251, 252; Robert 

de (dead 1197), 251; Thomas do 

(1200), 2, 246. 
Fuhet, Hugh, 14, 328. 
Fulchestan, see Folkestone. 
Fulgentrio, Padre, 3, 164, 165. 
Fulhaiu, 15, 173, 183, 186, 191, 195, 

207-9, 210-1, 213-5, 248, 250; Thos. 

de, 14, 267. 
Fulk, Prior of Leeds, 4, 291 ; 6, 230. 
Fulke, John and Thomas, 13, 296. 
Fuller (folo r ), at Rochester Castle, 2, 

128, 129. 
Fuller, his error as to seizure of church 

goods, t. Edw. VI., 8, 84; Kent 

proverbs in his " English Worthies," 

9, 68, 88, 93, 94, 121, 127 ; Hist, of 
Waltham Abbey, 103. 

Fuller, of Rose Hill, 9, cxvi. 

Fuller, Agnes, wife of Walter, 4, 228, 

232; Beatrice and James, 18, 16; 

Edward, 12, 389; John, 13, 559; 

14, 318, 320 ; Rev. John Mee, 17, 

274-6 ; 18, 369, 382 ; Mrs., 17, 275- 

6; Philip, 14, 228; Thomas, 12, 

389; Win, 17, 105. 
Fullere (Fulur), Colkin, T., 4, 72; 

John, 13, 559; Roger le, 303; 

Walter le (1267), 5, 297. 
Fulljames, Tho., of Wrotham, 14, 238. 
Fullonus, Reginald, Little Dartford 

(1195), 1, 232. 
Fulsham, Benedict do, 10, 151 ; 18, 

341 ; John, Vicar of Meopham (1451), 

10, 317. 

Fulwell, Ralph (of Dover Priorv), 
7, 281. 

Funeral, customs, 11, 66, 67 ; of Duke 
of Lenox, 247 ; Duchess of Lenox, 
246 ; rites, 9, 18, 20, 21, 27 ; great 
banquets at, 2, 75. 

Funteney, Robert (1260), 3, 249. 

Furley, Robert, F.S.A., 15, xlviii ; 
on the history of Romney Marsh, 
13, 178-200; on the early history of 
Tenterden, 14, 37-60 ; on the early 
history of Ashford, 16, 101-178. 

Furlonger, 18, 287. 

Furman, Robert, 12, 389. 

Furmer, John, 14, 197, 198. 

Furmynger, George, 12, 425 ; Johanna, 
ib. ; Robt., ib. ; Stephen, ib. 

Furnace, field and mill, Hawkhurst, 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



9, 26-4; pond, near Cowdeu, 1, 

115. 
Furnaces (iron) of Kent and Sussex, 

1, Ho. 
Furneaux, Robert, 10, 125 ; 13, 354. 
Furner, Mr. (solicitor), 16, 243, 259 ; 

17, 324, 339; William, 14, 239. 
Furnese, Anne, 17, 257 ; Sir Henry, 

13, 473; 17, 257; Sir Robert, of 

Waldeshare, 5, 91 and » ; 13, 473; 

Tbomas, 12, 424. 
Furze, cultivated at Folkestone, 10, 

cviii. 
Fuss, Ricliard, 14, 95. 
Fustyan apes, explained, 8, 95. 
Futhorc, the, 8, 166; varieties, 167, 

255 ; recapitulation, 265. 
Fydall, Mr. (1546), 17, HO. 
Fyersh, Emma le, 11, 353 ; Richard 

le, ib. 
Fygge, Simon, T., 3, 73 ; The, 12, 421. 
Fylcling, Roger de, H, 323. 
Fyllpot, Wm., of Kennington, 9, 275. 
Fymyan, John and Isabella, 15, 281. 
Fynch, John, of Cranbrook, T., 3, 80; 

9, 192 ; John, 15, 367 ; see Finche. 
Fyncham, Adam de, 15, 300. 
Fynche, John, inscription to, at Seving- 

ton, 4, 121 ; Sir "William, a church 

goods commissioner, 8, 86. 
Fynchdene, "William de, Chief Justice 

of the Common Pleas, 14, 49. 
FyDeghe, "Win., 14, 188 ; see Fineghe. 
Fynel, Stephen, a carter, 2, 126. 
Fynes, heirs of "William, 10, 117 ; see 

also Clinton. 
Fyneux, Lady, 17, 87, 94. 
Fynne, John (1522), 12, 427. 
Fynyen, "Wm., T., 9, 301. 
Fyrthynden, John, 13, 354. 
Fvscher, Peter, of Snodland (1433), 

'10, 321. 
Fyshe, Rev. Henry (1580), 16, 290; 

'Nicholas, 8, 86 ; 14, 316, 318. 
Fyshere, see Fisher. 
Fysshbourne, see Fishbourne. 
Fyssher, John, Chaplain of All Saints, 
Lydd, 13, 436; Simon, of Lydd, 
his will, 439 ; see Fisher. 
Fyssherman, Simon, 13, 434. 
Fyswick, Robert, 18, 449. 
Fytch, Raymond, 11, 393. 
Fytt, Symon (1522), 12, 424. 



G 



Gabet, Francoise, 15, 84. 

Gabriel the Archangel's Chapel in 

Canterbury Cathedral's Crypt, 13, 

30, 48-80, 523. 



Gaoelyn, Edmund, 10, 133; his 

widow, ib. 
Gad's Hill, 6, 62, 70 ; 13, 144, 495. 
Gadyntone, John de, 12, 204. 
Gage, Colonel, knighted, 3, 188. 
Gage, allied to Darell, 17, 47. 
Gainsborough's pictures at Cobham 

Hall, 11, 174, 
Galdstaueston, see Goldstaneston. 
Gale, Launcelot, 2, 75; Thomas, of 

Clitle, 15, 272. 
Galfrid, Prior of Canterbury, "W., 4, 

213; brother of Simou, W., 214; 

Fotti ( ?), W., 216 ; a chaplain. W.. 

6, 201 ; Rector of Lullin^stone, 16. 

112. 
Galilee, in Cranbrook Church, 9, xcv. 
Galiot, Robert (1268), 5, 299; Simon, 

14, 253. 
Galland, Ann and Thomas, 10, 44. 
Gallants, in East Farleigh, 15, 74. 
Gallehus, runic horn at, 8, 200. 
Galleries in Anglo-Saxon churches, 5, 

12. 
Gallienus, silver coin of, 15, 271. 
Galloway, John, 13, 463; Thos., Bp. 

of, at Becket's tomb, 515. 
Gallows at Rochester, 2, 74, 78. 
Galyot, Stephen, of Lydd, 10, 128-9. 
Gamelin, Geoff., of Dartford, 9, 290. 
Gambell, Richard (1485), 16, 291. 
Gammon, Goodman, 15, 184, 191-4, 

198. 
Gamone, Joan, 14, 376. 
Gandavo, sec Gaunt. 
Gaudy, Mr., A.R.A., 3, 135. 
Gangi, Herbert (1252), 2, 310. 
Gante, Pedro de, 6, 51. 
Gara, see Gore. 

Garb of steel, 2, 115, 128, 130. 
Garbett, Robert, Eltham, 8, 148. 
Gardener, John, T, 3, 90. 
Garderoba Forinseca, in Rochester 

Castle (1272), 2, 132. 
Garderoba, heirs of Thomas de, 10, 

157. 
Gardiner, Bishop, 5, 28. 
Gardinis, Alice de, 11,323; Emma de, 

ib. ; John de, ib, ; Matilda de, ib. 
Gardino, William de, 10, 139. 
Gardner, Henry, 15, 270; Kobert, 
179, 180, 183, 187, 199; Rev. W., 

13, 385. 
Gardyner, Johanna, 14, 258; Rev. 

John, 17, 61 ; William le, 14. 258. 

Garewinthon, Ralph de (1263), 4, 313. 

Garland, Edward, 18. L9 ; Elizabeth, 
13, 338, 331); John, 18, 19; Rio., 
11, 396; William, 13, 338, 339. 

Garlick, Rev. Charles, 17, 61, 65. 

Garlinge, Margate, 12, 329. 



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Garmeyn. Sir John (1485), 16, 291. 

Gamier, Isaac, 11, 293, 304.. 

Garnons, William, of Stone, 3, 104. 

Garnyshe, Lad}" Jane, 11, 401. 

Garrard, George, 18. 26 ; Margaret, 
26; Sir William, 17, 228. 

Garret, Catherine, a Dartford nun, 2, 
56. 

Garrett, John, Mayor of Dover, 10, 
exvii. 

Garteford, Robert de (1263), 3, 254. 

Garter King-at-Arms wears a gilt 
collar of SS., 1, 93 ; installation of a 
Knight of the Garter, 12, 157. 

Garwynton (Garwenton), 10, 117. 

Garwynton, Adam, 12, 292 ; Dionisia, 
ib. ; Edmund de, 10, 117 ; 12, 292 ; 
Ralph de, 205; Robert, 10, 117; 
Ro^er de, 117 ; 12, 292 ; Thomas de, 
T., 3, 76, 86, 88, 93, 94 ; 10, 117, 
133. 

Gascoigne, Edward, 18. 228 ; Mary, 
211 ; William, Chief Justice, 1, 86. 

Gaskarth. Rev. John, 16. 125. 

Gasinge, John de (1305), 10, 225. 

Gast, Win., of Dartford, 9, 293. 

Gaste, Godfrey, 18, 27. 

Gate, John atte, senior, T., 3, 87 ; 
Thomas, 11, 400. 

Gatebe, John, 10, cxxxvii. 

Gateford, George, 18, 39 ; Rose, ib. 

Gatele, Richard and William de (1247), 
2, 295. 

Gateman, John (1522), 12, 422. 

Gates, Gilbert, Parson of Orleston, 10, 
286. 

Gatesden (Gatesdenne), 10, 139 : 14, 
41, 49, 50-1. 

Gatesden, Roger de, 12, 209 ; Stephen 
de, 11, 353; Thomas de, 10, 133, 
139 ; 14. 50. 

Gatewyk, Johanna, 13, 298 ; John de, 
10, 151 ; John, 13, 298. 

Gatford, Dionisia, 18, 28 ; William, ib. 

Gatle, Simon de, 4, 278. 

Gatte (Goffe or Gosse), Rev. Thomas, 
16, 113. 

Gattou, 10, 135; 15, 29; arms, 3, 
143; 4,258; 10,330. 

Gatton, Agnes, 14, 261 ; Edmund de, 
10, 137 ; Hamo de, 4, 210 n ; Bea- 
trice, ib.; Hamo de, 5, 218; 10, 
142, 159, 160; 11, 368; 13, 558; 
15, 13 ; James de, 14, 261 ; Mabel 
de, ob. s.p., 2, 31; her grants to the 
Priory of Cumbwell, 5, 210-215; 
Robert de (Kenardington, 1246), 2, 
293; (Lord of Throwlev), 4, 216; 5, 
206, 216, 292, 302 ; 10, 135 ; 12, 
217, 231 ; William de, W., 5, 210. 

Gaufridus Alius Aschetil, W., 6, 197. 



Gaunt (Gandavo), Henry de (1263) 
and Isabella (De Averenches), 2, 
134 ; Henry de. 3- 257 ; John of, T., 
3. 70 ; see Lancaster. 

Gavelkind. 6- 225, 232; 9. 60, 64, 78, 
145-6; 13- 342; 14, 83, 279; 15, 
27, 366; the tenure changed to 
knight-service, 2, 11 ; wife's right, 
39; John Roper bars its operation 
(1523), 166 ; land held by knight 
service out of the custom of, 289- 
291; land held in Milton by Wm. 
le Taylur (1249), 298 ; not the cause 
of decay of Kentish families, 4, 53 ; 
early instance of a Kentish estate 
out of, 5, 288 and n. 

Gavell, John, 18, 19 ; Mary {alias 
Sharpe), 18, 32; Thomas, 18, 19. 

Gaven's wife, of Dover, a benefactor to 
Eaversham Church, 18, 109, 112. 

Gaveston, Piers (companion to Prince 
Edward), his disgrace, 14, 47-48 ; 
restored to favour, 16, 33; his ex- 
pedition to Ireland, 4, 120 ; 16, 
33-4. 

Gawdrye, Richard, 18, 35. 

Gawles, an insurgent (a.d. 1554), 4, 
236. 

Gawt, ancestor of the Ostrogothic 
Kings, 8, 20-21, 24. 

Gawtone, allied to Manninge, 6, 274. 

Gaw}-ne, William, 18, 385. 

Gav, Edward, Churchwarden of East- 
well (1552), 8, 144. 

Gaye, Edmonde, 13, 330, 332. 

Gavlorscorner, 3, 200, 206. 

Gayn, Henry (1654), 5, 113. 

Gayue, Nicholas, 10, 127. 

Gaynesburghe, Rev. Robert, 16, 112. 

Ga3 r nsford (or Gaynesford), Nicholas, 
13, 323 ; (1463), 10, 251. 

Gayton, Jhon, Minster, 7, 305. 

Gaywood, John, 17, 207. 

Gazels, i.e. black currants, 9, 114. 

Gear}-, Sir Erancis, 16, 64. 

Geberic, King of the Ostrogoths, 8, 
23. 

Gedding (Geddynge), 10, 120; 15, 
28 ; John de, 10, 120 ; Sir John de, 

15, 28 ; Richard de (1271), 6, 240. 
Gedlenet, the King's Court of, Wood- 
church, 3, 251. 

Gedys, Rev. Thomas (1424), 13, 385. 
Gee, Rev. Dr. Edward, 16, 125 ; Rev. 

John, 13, 413 ; Richard, 12, 390. 
Geekie, Jane (allied to Head), 14, 117, 

133; Rev. Dr. Wm., 14, 116, 357 ; 

16, 125. 

Geffrey, Isabella (Rochester), 3, 210; 
John, 15, 361 ; Peter, 12, 421 ; 
Richard, 422. 

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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Geflfreyeston, 13, 319; watering, 13, 

297. 
Gesrge (or Gegg), Robert le, 14, 253 ; 

Thomas, 13, 295, 298 ; 15, 296. 
Geldesburgh, see Goldesburirh. 
Gelderegge, Thos. le, 11, 311. 
Geldewyne (Geldewene), 12, 307 ; Gil- 
bert, surveyor of works in Rochester 

Castle (1368), 2, 111,119; Lucia, 

18, 351 ; William, of Strode, 351. 
Gell, Rev. Fras., 12, 176; "William, 

11,157; 15,244. 
Gellibraiul, 18- 287. 
Gellyngham, sue Gillingham. 
Geniett, William, 15, 333. 
Gender, John, 18, 29 : William, ib. 
Gendor, Thomas (1465), 10, 58, 60, 

63, 65. 
Genesfeld, Jordan de, Asburst, 4, 30G. 
Genesteio (in Dartford, 1195), 1, 231. 
Genlade, an inlet of water, 9, 113 ; 

12, 1, 3, 336, 337. 
Gens, Edward, 18, 21; James, 21; 

Joyce {alias Fathers), 21. 
Gentilescbi, Horatio, 11, lxxi. 
Gentisb carpets (?from Gbent) at 

Dover, 7, 277-8. 
Gent's collection of coins at Sandwich, 

18, 5, 72, 73. 
Genynges, Faith (alias Thomas), 18, 

34. 
George I., accession, 5, 78 ; enters 

London, 94 ; death, 111. 
George Inn, Cranbro'ok, 9, ci ; Eltham, 

18, 213. 
George, Edward, 18, 36 ; Margaret 

(alias Jenkins), 36; Nicholas, 3, 

201. 
Georgies, in Igbtham, 14, 229, 231. 
Gerald, Peter, T., 4, 71. 
Gerard, Rev. Henry (Lydd, 1689), 13, 

448; Jobn, 9, 292; 14, 251, 255; 

17,100,101; Lucia, 10, 12G ; 11, 

368; 14, 251 ; Walter, 2, 123. 
Gere, Rev. Nicholas, 13. 426. 
Gerin, Robert (1263), 3, 253 ; Walter 

(1252), 2, 310. 
Gerkyn, John, T., 3, 82. 
German. Martin, 14, 246. 
German Protestant Church, brief for, 

14, 183, 207. 

any, nines used in. 8. 227. 
Germayi] (German), George, 17, 98, 

100," 102: .John, 16. 2S<». 2!(() : Mar- 

geria, 15, 802 ; Thomas, ib.; Wal- 
ter, ib. 

Germeyn, Alice, 13, 291 ; James, ib. 

Germon, Rabbidge, 11. L56. 

Germona, Signor, tomb of, 7, 289. 

Germyn, Johanna. 15, 291 ; Richard, 
ib. 



Gernetarius, Warin (1246), 2, 293. 
Gerneys, Johanna, 14, 278-9 ; Martin, 

ib. 
Gernmeus, i.e. Yarmouth, q.v. 
Gernyngbam, Isabele (1465), 10, 255, 

258 ; Sir John, of Cossej r , 258. 
Geround, Henry de, 15, 293 ; Hugh 

de, 10, 130, 142, 152. 
Gerpenvill, Alice, 13, 365; William 

de, ib. 
Gerrard, Eleanor, 18, 69 ; Sir Gilbert, 

375; Marc, portraits by, 11. 176, 

183, 184, 185 ; William," 18, 69. 
Gersdorff, Maria, Couutess de, 16, 

221-3. 
Gerspach, M., 15, 131. 
Gertb, Cristina, 9. 297. 
Gerua}*s (Gerueys), see Gervays. 
Gerun (Gerunde), 12, 130, 131 ; 

Nicbolas de (extent of his lands, 

1268), 5, 294, 303 ; Hugb his son, 

290; Pagan and Robert de, W., 

197. 
Gervas, Rev. Hugb (Lydd, 1568), 13, 

447. 
Gervays (Gervevs, Geruays, Gerueys), 

Henry, 10, 149 ; 11, 315 ; Jobanua, 

345 ; John, 315 ; Martin, 345 ; 

Ralpb, 18, 342 ; William, 10, 149; 

11, 315, 316 ; 12, 293. 
Gerye, John, Fellow of Cobbam Col- 
lege, 12, 165. 
Geryn, John, 10, 143, 144 ; 11, 343. 
Geslay, Louis, 15, 34 ; Sarah, ib. 
Gesling, or Gestling (Gestliges, Gest- 

linges), John de, 1, 254, 275 ; 2, 

239 ; 12, 203 ; Win. de, ib. 
Gewis, eponymus of the West Saxon 

race, 8, 39. 
Gey, Alan le (1247), 2, 296. 
Gheast (Guest), Edmund, Bishop of 

Rochester, 15, 218, 241-3, 269 ; 17, 

219-220 ; 18, 445. 
Gbent, Hugh, Abbot of Sutton, 3, 

235. 
Ghizka, Prince Michael, 8, 186. 
( Slant's grave, 13, 11. 
Gibbes, John, of Canterbury, 11, 402. 
Gibbon, arms of, 4, 257; pedigree, 

16, 84. 
Gibbon, Colonel, entertains Charles II. 

at Rochester, 6. 65; Francis, 18, 

40; John, 30; Lydia, 64; Mary, 
in : Robert, 16. 88; Thomas, 14, 

2ns ; 16. 83-84; 18, 64. 
Gibbons, Colonel, 15, 111-3; Richard, 

ill, 120; Robert, 120; 18, 292; 

Susanna, 292 ; Thomas, of Rochester, 

10- 293 ; lawyer, 17, 349. 
Gibbs, E. M., 2, xliii ; H. H., 16, 
116-17; John, 16, 203, 204; W, 



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(Faversham), his Saxon collection, 

1, lxi, 43, 45, 46, 48 ; 2, xlii, 222 ; 
3, 37, 46 ; 9, lxii. 

Gibbyn, Gervase, of Benenden, 11, 
403 ; John and Robert, of Rol- 
venden, ib. 

Gibson, MSS. at Lambeth, 9, 178; 
Bishop, 179 ; Elizabeth, 18, 21 ; 
John, 15, 370; 18, 28; Richard, 
21 ; Thomas, 28; Rev. William, 16, 
113. 

Giffard, Alianor, widow of John, 10, 
149, 162; Sir John, 15, 2; John, 
18, 343 ; Robert, 6, 202 ; 18, 343 ; 
William, W., 6, 202. 

Gilford, Matthew, Rector of Stone 
(1607), 3, 101; Mr., 15, 179; 17, 
334, 337; 18, 115, 117, 125, 134, 
149, 150. 

Gilbart, John, 16, 58. 

Gilberd, Edmund, 14, 311 ; Henry, ib. 

Gilbert, the Sheriff's chamberlain, W., 
4, 211 ; the cook, W., 6, 218, 221 ; 
son of William, W., 6, 207; of Wil- 
rington (Wilrintuua), W., 4, 218. 

Gilbert, Adrian, promoter of the Mus- 
covy Compy., 17, 198; Simon, 15, 
36; Thomas, 16, 316; allied to 
Oxenden, 5, 229. 

Gildart, Rev. F., 16, 281. 

Gildas, 8, 17, 18; 13, 101. 

Gilde, a liberty in Dartford manor 
(1253), 2, 312. 

Gilder, Rev. Ed., 14, xlvi, 115, 125, 
133 ; 16, 290. 

Gildesburgh, see Goldesburgh. 

Gildridge, Thomas, 18, 19 ; William, 
ib. 

Gile, John, 15, 362. 

Gilebert, Adam, W., 6, 210. 

Giles, Alexander, 15, 288, 290 ; Chris- 
tian, 18, 292; Dr., 6, 2«, 19 m; 
Elizabeth, 18,292; {alias Williams), 
24; John, 9,49; 11,399; 12,427; 
Lawrence, 11, 349; Robert, 18, 
292 ; allied to Dering, 10, 345 ; 13, 
438. 

Gilford, Sir John, arms, 11, 394; Sir 
Richard, arms, ib. 

Gilham, Thomas, 14, 234. 

Gill, for Gillian, or Juliana, 9, 111. 

Gillam, of Ashford, 16, 67. 

Gilles, John, 18, 25. 

Gillingham, 15, 378-9; 17, xliv, 
155, 320, 379, 380, 387; 18, 
16, 22, 31, 34, 38, 39; oysters, 

2, 77 ; riots, T., 3, 77, 78 ; extracts 
from registers, 6, 259, 298; Hay- 
ward monument, 300 ; gold torques 
from, 9, 2, 10 ; Rentale, 186 ; fines 
of lands in, 3, 224; 5, 264, 266; 



11, 318, 353; 14, 256, 288; manor 
of West Court, 10, 151; Twidalls 
and Grange in Gillingham, xcii, 
252; Vicars of, 2, 62; 14, 133; 
screen in the church, 14, 371 ; arms 
of Hastings there, 15, 14. 

Gillingham, Adam de, 13, 302 ; Alice, 
ib. ; Geoffrey, ib. ; Hugh de, 10, 151 ; 

12, 227; James de, 15, 273; Mar- 
garet de, 3, 224; Robert de, ib.; 
Simon de, 15, 273 ; Thomas de, 10, 
115, 151 ; 15, 295 ; William, a monk 
of Canterbury, 2, 60. 

Gillmor, J. (Dartford, 1844), 18, 397. 

Gillott, Rev. James, 16, 123. 

Gilnoth, Custancia, relict of, 9, 292. 

Gilsburgh, Nicholas, arms, 11, 397. 

Gilsonne, Peter, 16, 97. 

Gilton Cemetery, 3, 43 ; Jutish sword- 
hilt from, 8, 257, 259 ; its Runic 
inscription, 260. 

Gimmett, Goodman, 15, 199. 

Gimmingham manor (Lincolns.), 15, 
176; (Norfolk), 18, 158. 

Ginnisson's chamber, Canterbury, 7, 
193. 

Ginnur, Alexander, Rochester (c. 1230), 
2, 228. 

Giorgione's pictures at Cobham Hall, 
11, 163. 

Gipeswic, see Ipswich, 

Gipps, Geo., 14, 115; 16, 85; 17, 
2G9 ; 18, 445 ; Jane, 17, 269. 

Gieaxjd, F. F., on Faversham Char- 
ters, 9, lxii; on Faversham Town 
Accounts (33 Edw. I.), 10, 221- 
232 ; (temp. Henry VIII.), 233-241 ; 
(in 1621 and 1628), 16, 270-4 ; on 
municipal archives of Faversham, 
14, 185-205 ; on goods and orna- 
ments at Faversham Church (1512), 
18, 103-113 ; notes by, 11, 24, 26, 
29 30 

Girard, W., 5, 202. 

Girdler, John, 14, 355. 

Gise, Aucel de, 15, 11. 

Gisham, William, 15, 272. 

Gisilheard, tombstone of, 8, 173. 

Gisnes, see Guisnes. 

Gisors (Gysors, Gysores), Isabella, 11, 
325 ; Joan, widow of Henry, 10, 
125 ; John, 11, 325 ; 12, 215. 

Gissome, Elizabeth, 11, 154; James, 
ib. 

" Giving Gold " (rings) custom among 
Serjeants-at-Law, 5, 21. 

Gjevedal Church, Norway, runes at, 
8, 259. 

Gkestlinges, de, see Gesling. 

Glacial moraine, near Dartford, 18, 
305. 



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Gladerugge land, 3, 215. 

Gladwyn, Jno., 18, 449 j Richard 

(Minster Priory), 7, 305. 
Gladwin, John, Master of Cobhani 

College, 12, 16-4. 
Glanfield, George, 18, 31 ; John, ib. ; 

Glannye, Stephen (1305), 10, 226. 
Glanvile on Witchcraft, 9, 88. 
Glanville, Gilbert de, Bp. of Rochester 
(1185), 3, 52, G3, 98; 6,230,231; 
his quarrel with the Monks of 
Rochester, 3, 99; founds Strood 
Hospital, 5, 24 ; his tomb, ib.; builds 
Bromley Palace, 13, 153-5; obtains 
grant of market there from King 
John, 154, 

Glanville (Glanvile, Glanvjde, Glaun- 
vvle), Hugh de, 18, 349; Mabilia 
de, 14, 201 ; Ralph de, 12, 227 ; 
Ranulph de, 10, 101; Stephen, 14, 
186, 188, 190-1, 201 ; William, 18, 
40-4. 

Glasier, Hugh, Prebendary of Canter- 
bury, 7, 35 », 193. 

Glass, Saxon, used at farmhouses, 1, 
46, 47 ; Roman, in the Charles 
Museum, 2, 7 ; at Plaxtol, xxxix ; 
ancient, in Warehorne Church, 4, 
99 ; in Nettlestead Church, 6, 129 ; 
its story, 131; vessels from the 
Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Sarr, 5, 
316; 7, 319; Roman, from Bex 
Hill, 9, 166, 170; from Luton, 
Chatham, 174. 

Glass and glazing, 10, 74, 90-92. 

Glassenbury, 13, 11, 136-7; house 
visit </<l, 9. civ. 

Glastonbury, detached kitchen at, 7, 
31, 37 ; 15, 39. 

Glawill, Mr. (1659), 17, 332, 348. 

Glayve, Thos., of Lullingstone, 9, 282. 

Gleig, Rev. Mr., his researches at Rich- 
borough, 8, 2, 7 ; his story, " The 
Country Curate," 8, 314. 

Glemham, Sir Thomas, 16, 52. 
odower, Owen, 18- 407 a. 

Glengat, watch at, 8, 309. 

Glin, Sergeant (1060), 17, 338. 

Gloat, Mr. (1672), 17, 398. 

Glork-t al Chrisl Church, Canterbury, 
7, 105, 109. 

Glossary, of Kentioisms, 9,63-116; in 
\. Scriptores, quoted, 85, 98, 108. 

Gloucester, Alicia, Countess of, 16, 
29; Amicia d. of Henry, Earl of, 
20 ; Almaric, Bar! of, pedigree, 3. 
42; Gilbert de Clare, Earl of (1216), 

3, 142; (1265), 5, 181, 1M, 1ST : 
(1279), 4- L25; 18, 60-1 j (ob. 
1230), 16,20-21; (oft. 1314), 32-88 ; 



Gilbert Rufus, or the Red Earl 
(ob. 1295), 28-31; Henry, Duke of, 
5, 123 ; 6, 65 ; Hugh Audley, Earl 
of, 16, 33-37; Hugh Despeucer, 
Earl of, 33-4 ; Princess Joan, Coun- 
tess of, 16, 31 ; Margaret, Countess 
of, 16, 36-7 ; Matilda, 21 ; Maud, 
33 ; Richard de Clare, Earl of (ob. 
1262), 4, 311, 315; 13, 83; 16, 
21-2, 26-8; 17, 39; (ob. 1207), 16, 
20 ; Richard, Duke of, 44 ; Duke of 
(Ric. III.), inventory of his jewels, 
1, 77 ; Duke of, Lord Warden of 
the Cinque Ports, 18, 86; Earl of 
(1248-9), 2, 297 ; Earls of, 3, 142; 
10, 115, 116, 118, 131, 146-153 ; 12, 
205, 214, 216, 224, 228, 229, 230, 
233, 235 ; 14, 330 ; 15, 8, 374. 

Gloucester, siege of, 3, 153 ; Cathedral, 
4, 25 ; 13, 17, 23, 24 ; honor of, 
10, 133, 134; 12, 204, 205, 217, 
218. 

Gloucester, the Abbot of, 7, 243 ; 
Serlo, Abbot of, 13, 23. 

Gloucester (Gloucestre), John de, 14, 
278; John, 16, 310, 311; Lyard, 
10, 255; Margeria, 14, 278 ; Richard 
de, ib. ; Thos. of, A r icar of Rainham 
(1380), 17, 64. 

Gloucestershire, Roman coffins in, 9, 
172 ; Briefs for places in, 14, 183, 
209,213, 215-9. 

Glover, allied to Wilmott, 16, 83; 
Elizabeth, 18, 38; Stephen, 16, 86; 
Susan, wife of John Philpot, 10, 
lxxxvii ; 14, 359 ; Robert, her uncle, 
10, lxxxvii; Thomas, 8. 103, 104; 
Thomas (1514), 17, 20; (1139), 
170; William, 14, 359 ; (Smarden), 
9, 232; (father of Susan), 10, 
lxxxvii: 14,359; (of Canterbury), 
17, 87, 90, 92, 101, 102, 103. 

Glover's Roll of Arms (1245-50), 15, 
1, 2. 

Gloves (1658-63), 17, 325-7, 330-1, 
333, 335, 337, 340-2, 346-7, 349, 351. 

Glow, Steven, Churchwarden of 
Bethersden, 8, 107. 

Glydd, Martha, 18,355. 

Glynne, Cromwell's Chief Justice, his 

collar of SS., 1, 93. 
Gnat, Felicia, 14, 262 ; Roger le, ib. 
Goad, Rev. Mr., 18, 236. 
Gobet, John (1380), 14, 177. 
Gobiou, arms, 10, 330. 
Goohe, Rev. Win., 11,416. 
Goda, Countess, sister of Edward the 

«' .nfessor, 3,48. 
Godard, John, 11, 343; 14, 192; 

Robert, labourer, 2, 127; (1522), 

12, 422 ; Thomas, 11, 343. 



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Godber, Rev. Samuel, 15, 253. 

Goddard, allied to Dering, 10, 339; 
Alexander, 14, 372 ; Rev. Charles, 
of Bexley, 18, 382 ; William, 23. 

Goddard's Green, Cranbrook, 9. ci. 

Godden, 14, 41, 49, 50-1, 58 ; bought 
Thornham from Wotton, 2, 10 ; 
(coachman to Sir E. Hales), 14, 72 ; 
John, 4, 245 ; 18, 249 ; Mr., 15, 398. 

Godderd, John, of Bilsington, 8, 108. 

Goddescalc, Abbot of St. Bertin, 4, 
210. 

Goddew, John, of Rochester, 10, 292. 

Goddyn, John (1522), 12, 425. 

Godeholt, William, Ospringe (1236), 
2, 292. 

Godefrey, see Godfrey. 

Godegrom, Gilbert (1268), 5, 295; 
Henry, Eastling (1262), 3, 252; 
John, of Cranbrook, T., 3, 80. 

Godeman, John, warden of the poor 
men's box at Hawkhurst, 5, 70. 

Godemter, 12, 222. 

Goden, 12, 222 ; Roger de, ib. 

Godenestou, see Goodnestone. 

Godenore, 15, 267. 

Godered, Alexander, 15, 300. 

Goderycke, Dr. Hy., Rector of Hoth- 
field, 9, 271. 

Godeslonde, William de, 10, 136. 

Godestre, Roger, 15, 267. 

Godet, Thomas, 2, 117. 

Godewyn, Hugh, of Ashford, 7, 236. 

Godffrith, Sir Symon, Rector of Nettle- 
sted, 9, 196 n. 

Godfrey House, Hollingbourne, 3, 144. 

Godfrey of Tichesey, W, 4, 205. 

Godfrey, arms and pedigree, 6, 260, 
264, 265, 266, 269 ; brasses, 6, 262, 
2G3 ; deeds and wills, 267 ; monu- 
mental inscriptions, 262 ; extracts 
from Parish Registers, 6, 260. 

Godfrey (Godfray, Godefrey, Gode- 
fray), family, 15, 367; Alan, 299; 
Cristina, 299 ; Sir Edmund Berry, 
13, 441, 443 ; Edward, 18, 66 ; (of 
Tenterden), 11, 400; (1552), 11, 
413; Elizabeth, 18, 32; Helen, 17, 
170 ; Jas., 12, 299 ; Joan, 13, 440 ; 
John (Maidstone College), 2, 61 ; (a 
juror, T.), 3, 89; (Lydd, 1510), 9, 
58; (1572), 71, 98, 99, 108; 13, 
450 ; Rev. John, of Ightham, 9,273 ; 
John, 13, 441 ; 14, 247, 260 ; 18, 
32 ; Katherine, 13, 443 ; Lambard, 
9, 33 n, 47; 16, 55; Lambert, 
Sequestrator General of Kent, 3, 
175; 4, 140, 165, 193; Lucy, 12, 
299 ; 13, 368 ; Oliver, of Penshurst, 
11,402; Peter, 13, 440; Richard, 
441; 16, 55; Robard, 11, 375; 



Robert, 13, 441 ; Thomas, W., 5, 
123 ; Sir Thomas, 5, 123 n ; 9, 38 «, 
45, 46 ; will of Thomas, 71 ; Thomas, 
of Sellinge, 10, xcii ; Thos., 13, 372, 
439, 440; 15, 365; William, 14, 
247, 260; 15, 299; (1355), 17, 
170. 

Godfrey alias Fermor, 13, 434, 449. 

Godfrey - Faussett, T. G., Esq., 
F.S.A., 9, lxxxiv, lxxxvi ; H, xxxiii, 
27, 370 ; notes on Richborough, 8, 
1, 15 ; on examination of the tomb of 
Henry IV. at Canterbury, 8, 294 ; 
on Roman Camp, Durolevum, 9, 
lxxii ; on Stone Church, Roman 
walls, lxxviii ; on a Saxon cemetery 
in Bifrons Park, 10, 298-315. 

Godibur, Simon, of Dartford, 9, 287. 

Godinton (Godington, God3'enton, 
Godintin), visit to, 7, xlviii ; vine- 
yard at, 6, 329 ; manor, 10, 124 ; in 
Strood, 146 ; in Chelsfield, 157. 

Godinton, Alan de, 10, 146 ; Alice de, 
13, 312 ; Giles (1251), 2, 303 ; Isa- 
bella de (1197), 1, 246; John de, 
13,312; (1198), 1, 254, 256 ; Simon 
de, 10, 146, 157; (dead 1197), 1, 
246; Stephen de (1197), 1, 246; 
Thomas, 13, 312 ; William de, 10, 
119,157, 159; 13, 312. 

Godinton and Hudirnere, fine relating 
to (1197), 1, 246. 

Godiston, Robert de (Milton, 1249), 
2, 298. 

Godly, a Christian name, 9, 202. 

Godmersham, 2, 63 ; 9, 50, 187, 225 ; 
10, 319; 11, 23; 12, 215; 15, 5, 
115, 119, 121-6 ; 18, 58; visit to, 7, 
xlviii ; inventory of parish church 
goods, 8, 157 ; church tower, 14, 
145 ; rood screen, 371 ; fines relating 
to, 11, 313, 330, 348 ; 12, 297, 302 ; 
15, 280, 296 ; 18, 345. 

Godparents named in registers of bap- 
tism, 11, 155, 156. 

Godsland, in Badlesmere, 10, 136 ; in 
Eastling, 136. 

Godson, John (1522), 12, 422. 

Godstone (Surrey), 15, 168. 

Godwick, 15, 243-5 ; John, 268; John 
de 218, 234-6. 

Godwin, Albrea (Fleet, in Richborough, 
1197), 1, 243. 

Godwin, the baker, W., 6, 217. 

Godwin, Earl of Kent, 5, 3 ; 14, 48 ; 
16,161, 163; grants, Swidrseding- 
den to Leofwine, 1, 62. 

Godwinstone, see Goodnestone. 

Godwinus and Aluuinus held Alding- 
ton (near Maidstone) as two manors, 
2,31. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Godworks, John, 13, 354. 

( rodwot, John, of Borden, 3, 77. 

Godwyne (Godwyne), Agnes, 14, 275- 

6 ; "Agnes, 260 ; John, ib. ; Pagan, 

275-6; Walter, 10, 323. 
Godwynestone, see Goodnestone. 
Godybour, Alice, 14, 255-6; Henry, 

255 ; John, ib. 
Godyenton, see Godinton. 
Godyer, John, 14, 197. 
Godyn, Thomas, 10, lxi ; 14, 248. 
Godyns, John, W. (Tudely, 1474), 2, 

231. 
Goffryth, or Geffryth, Andrew (Bough- 
ton Aluph), 8, 109, 110. 
Gogar, or Goger, Isaac, 16, 19G-9, 

201-3. 
Golafre, Sir John, inventory of his 

jewels, 1, 77. 
Gold, Hugh (Aldington, 1248), 2, 

297. 
Gold, cost of exchanging silver for 

(1660), 17, 335-6, 340-4. 
Gold braid found at S;irr, 5,310; gold 

pendants at Sarr, 5, 314. 
Golde, Thomas (Dartford Nunnery), 

2, 56; William, 12, 425. 
Goldebourne, Henry, of Craubrook, 

11, 400. 
Golden armilloe in the Society's 

Museum, 5, 41. 
Golden Legend, The (1527), 11, 198. 
Golden, Roger, 18, 385. 
Goldesburgh (Geldesburgh), Peter do, 

10, 120-122. 
Goldestone, see Goldston. 
Goldewyn, Isabella, 15,302 ; John, ib. 
Goldfinch (Goldfince), 14, 200; John 

(1471), 10, 60, 63, G4 ; Robert, 6, 

188 ; 14, 192-196 ; Stevin, 11, 409 ; 

Tristram le (1305), 10, 222. 
Goldford, Sir Henr}', see Guldeford. 
Goldfjnch, Stephen (1473), 10, lxii ; 

Tristram le, 14, 188. 
Goldham, Thos., of Staplehurst, 9, 

201. 
Goldhawk, Eev. T.W., Vicar of Sheld- 

wich (1850), 18,303. 
Goldhull, La, in Hindi.), 14, 2G6. 
Goldhyll, Win, of Hinxhill, 9, 272. 
Goldings, the, of Leyborne Castle, 4, 

247. 
. ng, Lady Elizabeth, 4, 238, 239 n ; 

"Goodman," 18, 119, 122, 123, 

126-9, L31, 134, L35, 1 13 ; Henry, 

of Appledore, 11, W3 ; John, 16, 

97 ; .Mr.. 2, 6; Sir Thomas, 4, 239. 
Goldsmid, Sir Julian, 16, 57. 
Goldsmith, Arnold the (Canterbury, 

1251), 2, 303. 
Goldsmith, Prances, 18. 328 ; Harvey, 



15,310; Samuel, 18, 332; Simon, 

15, 306. 

Goldsmithe, or Goldsmythc, Rev. Fran- 
cis (1446), 16, 289; Sir Francis, 
18, 40, 331. 

Goldsmiths' Hall, 3, 174 ; the com- 
mittee at, 4, 146, 180, 183, 185. 

Goldsmith's manor, 10, 323. 

Goldsmythc, Francis, Churchwarden 
of Crayford, 8, 135. 

Goldson, Robert, a Prebendary of 
Canterbury, 7, 34; lodgings assigned 
to, 195 ; Rev. Robert, 13, 426. 

Goldson, Mr., 7, 193. 

Goldstanton (Goldstaneston), 10, 123; 
fine, 3, 218 ; manor, 15, 29. 

Goldstanton, les Elmes, alias Nelmes, 
manor, 10, 123. 

Goldstanton, Robert de, 3, 218. 

Goldston (Goldestone), of Leeds Priory, 
2, 64; Prior John (1495-1517), 
162 ; his work at Canterbury Cathe- 
dral, 7, 169, 170. 

Goldstone, 10, 227; Rev. John, 16, 
176. 

Goldwell, 10, 147 ; allied to Lovelace, 
190; Agnes de, 18, 344; Bishop, 

16, 85; Geoffrey, 11, 396; 18, 
341; Rev. James, 13, 476; 16, 
96; 18, 364, 395; John, 9, 272; 
11, 403 ; 18, 341 ; (of Bexley), 17, 
275; arms, 11, 395; Mr., 15, 1G9 ; 
Mr., of Bexley, 18, 157; Thomas 
(1463), 10, 253, 258; William, 16, 
177; 18, 344; (Prior of Canter- 
bury), 2, 60 ; (a church goods com- 
missioner), 8, 87 ; (1460), 10, 187; 
Mrs. Williamin, 17, 275, 332, 337. 

Goldwin, pedigree, 2, 302. 

Goldwin, Isabella, her house in Canter- 
bury (1250), 2, 302 ; Maria, her 
daughter (wife of John le Porter), 
ib.; Walter (1251), 2, 306. 

Goldwyne, Galfrid, 10, 232 ; 14, 201 ; 
Gilbert, 14, 201 ; John, 10, 226, 
232; 14, 188, 193, 195-6, 201; 
Walter, 201. 

Goldyng, Godeleua, 14, 271-2; Tho- 
mas, ib. 

Goldyshe, John, of Mydley, 10, 284. 

Golie, Nicholas (Bockingford), 3, 254. 

Golof re, John, 11,76. 

Goloshoes (1659), 17, 333, 340, 344, 
346. 

Golson, Ambrose, 12, 422; William, 
ib. 

Golstanstrete, Robert de (1247), 2, 
295. 

Golwyn, Ralph, 15, 366. 

Gomeldon, William (1663), 17, 280. 

Gouier arms, 10, 330. 



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Gomeresden, in Bethersden, 6, 248. 

Gomfis, 2, 132. 

Gomme, G. L., F.S.A., on Boley Hill, 
Rochester, 17, 181-8. 

Gonville, Edmund, 15, 235. 

Goodale, Ralph, 11, 410; Walter, 11, 
155 

Goodall, Geo., 16, 121 ; Mrs. M., 15, 
360. 

Goodbury Farm, Shoreham, 13, 11. 

Goodchild, Hy., H, 245; John, 12, 
427. 

Gooddy, William, 18, 40. 

Goodherst, Sir Richard (Leeds Priory), 
2,64. 

Goodhewe (Godhewe), Dunstan, Prior 
of Faversham, 2, 59; John, 12, 
424 ; Richarde, of Farninghain, 8, 
155 ; Stephen, Churchwarden of St. 
Martin's, Canterbury, 8, 119 ; Tho- 
mas, 15, 361. 

Goodman, Dr. Godfrey, 15, 36 ; John 
(1504), 16, 317. 

Goodnestone (Godnestone, Goodwin- 
ston, Godwinstone, Godwynstone), 
fines relating to, 5, 93, 275 ; 6, 245, 
250; 10, 122, 124, 136, 229; 11, 
348; 12, 217, 218; 13, 309, 335, 
340, 342; 14, 117, 134, 275; 15, 
294; 16, 90. 

Goodnestone, Joan de, 12, 218 ; John 
de, 11, 396; 12, 206; Joseph de, 
Vicar of Thornham (1310), 18, 244; 
Thomas de, 3, 85; 10, 124; a 
Rector of, 14, 121 ; a Vicar of, 15, 
33. 

Goodricke, Mathew, Prebendary of 
Wingham, 2, 61. 

Goodryke, Rev. Dr., 16, 178. 

Goodwin, Harvey, Bishop of Carlisle, 
17, 295; Mr., of Maidstone, 5, 
46 n. 

Goodwin Sands, 9, 137, 141 ; 12, 342; 
14, 52. 

Goodwyn, Eustace, 18, 96 ; John, 12, 
390, 422 ; Richard, 12, 426 ; Tho- 
mas (Dean), rebuilds the Deanery, 
Canterbury, 7, HO. 

Goolde, John, of Middleton, 7, 235. 

Gooseborne, 14, 94. 

Gootli, William, 16, 331. 

Goscelinus, author of Vita See. Mil- 
drethe, 12, 178, 193, 344, 348, 349, 
403. 

Gordian, a Roman coin of, 15, 71. 

Gordon family, of Boley Hill, Roches- 
ter, 18, 200; Lodowick, 11, 242; 
Mr. (Rochester, 1759), 15, 123 ; Sir 
Robert, 11, 242, 247, 248. 

Gordon's Earls of Sutherland, 12, 50. 

Gore (Le Gare), manor in Upchurch, 



I, 6, 7 ; 10, 138 ; 11, 320 ; 15, 363 ; 

18, 346; stones of the house taken 
to Rochester Castle, 2, 122. 
Gore, 11, 310; allied to Warde, 16, 
136 ; Adam de la, 12, 305 ; Alianora, 

II, 357; 12, 305; Gerard, 14, 64, 
66 ; Gunnora, 9, 287 ; John de 
(1257), 3, 245 ; Luke de la, H, 357 ; 
Nicholas de, 14, 347, 354 ; Ricbard 
ate, 9, 288 ; Richard, 11, 31)5 ; 
Robert, 12, 389; Stephen de, 324; 
see atte Gore. 

Goreham, Richard, 12, 423 ; Robert, ib. 

Goresend, 12, 403. 

Gorges, Lord, 11, 234. 

Goring, allied to Dering, 10, 327; 
Elizabeth, Lady (1643), 2, 197; 
George, Lord, Earl of Norwich, 9, 
44, 49 ; 10, 210 ; John, 11, 388. 

Gorsage, allied to Lovelace, 10, 208. 

Gorsby alias Franklyn, Mary, 18, 30. 

Gorse, cultivated, 10, cviii. 

Gorsindon, Little Dartford (1195), 1, 
232 ; 5, 279. 

Gorsley Wood, Tumuli in. 15, 311, 
317. 

Gorun, William de, Little Dartford 
(1195), 1, 231. 

Gosborn, Andrew (will, 1463), 11, 
375; Anney, 370; Harry, 375-6; 
Henry (1488), 10, 318; St. John, 
11, 376; John, 12, 390; Jone, 11, 
376 ; Robard, 375-6 ; Sir Robt., of 
Canterbury, 9, 196; Thomas, 11, 
375; Thomas de, 18, 345; Dame 
Ursula, 7, 297. 

Gosby, Richard, 12, 389. 

Goscellinus, quoted, 9, 205, 212, 213, 
215. 

Gosebourne, John, auditor of the Ex- 
chequer, 13, 477 ». 

Gosewentes, Mabilla de, 15, 297 ; Mar- 
garet, ib. 

Gosfrith, Andrew, of Sandwich, 16, 
197, 199, 200-3. 

Goshall (or Gosehall), in Ash, 14, 134 ; 
manor, 10, 123 ; 15, 29. 

Goshall, 11, 310; arms, 15, 7; Eliza- 
beth, 15, 29; Henry, 11, 320; 15, 
29, 307 ; John de, 10, 123 ; 11, 320 ; 
15, 29 ; Margaret, 15, 307 ; Rand', 
364 ; Walter, 10, 29, 307 ; 12, 200 ; 
Sir William de (1271), 6, 244. 

Gosling, John, a Royalist at Mailing, 
9,47. 

Goslrige, Robert, 18, 221. 

Gosmore, William (1522), 12, 422. 

Gosner, John (Fordwich, 1038), 18, 
88 

Gossage, John (1671), 14, 226. 

Gosshall stream, Richborough, 8, 13. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Gossips (i.e. Sponsors), named in Bap- 
tismal Registers, 15, 368. 

Gotebv, Edward, 18, 16 ; Winifred, ib. 

Gotele, Robert de, 10, 132. 

Goths, their movements, a.d. 100 to 
300, 8,21. 

Gottbye, Thomas, of Molash, 10, 283. 

Gotyslee, Nicholas, 12, 377 ; Richard, 
385 ; William, 377. 

Goudhurst (Guherste, Guthnrst), 5, 
2 12, 219: 6,208,216; 13,11,130; 

14. 323-4; 18, 30, 36, 243; Rood 
Screen, 14, 372 ; fine of lands in, 

15, 298. 
Goudwjne, Wm., 14, 162. 
Gouge, Rev. William, 16, 123. 
Gouler, Mildred, 18, 39. 
Goulstone, Edward (ob. 1669), 13. 

476 ; (1702) 479. 

Gounter, Pettefue, 18, 38. 

Gower, Sir Allan, 6, 83 ; John, 1, 129 ; 
(churchwarden of Eynsford), 8, 
152; (of Clapham), 10, 205; Rev. 
John, 13, 383, 385. 

Gower, Sir Robert, of Braboume, 12, 
84, 86, 88 ; 10, 265. 

Gowee's, G. Leveson, F.S.A., Arch- 
bishops of Canterbury and their 
Palaces, 15, 379; Parochial His- 
tory of Westerham, 381. 

Gower, John, 11, 71 ; 15, 17; the Kent- 
ish Poet, 6, 83-106 ; his monument 
in St. Saviour's, Southwark, withSS. 
collar (1402), 1, 82.' 

Gowyn, Ralph (1263), 3, 265. 

Goze, Edward, 18, 21 ; Oliver, ib. 

Gradell, William, 18, 19. 

Graduate, explained, 10, 243. 

Graff ham, Thomas, 18, 101. 

Grafton Manor, Warwick, 1, 147. 

Grafton (the printer), 15,379; Rev. 
John, 13, 178; Robert, 2, 118, 121. 

Grain (Gren), Isle of, 9, 113 ; 11, 211 ; 
12, 336, 337; 13, 330, 332; 17, 
231 , fines of land in, 2, 257 ; 14, 
264; 15. 293; Vicar of, 11. 155. 

Grain, Juliana de (1201), 2, 257. 

Grais, or Grez, a gritty, hard, shining 
BtOne, 2, 128 n. 

Graistone, watch at, 8, 304, 309. 

(inland, William, 6, 245. 

Grancourt, Robert, 10, 134. 

Grandame, Cristina la (1201), 2. 260. 

Grandison, Barony, 2, 9. 

Grandison. pedigree, 2, 34, 35; A^nes, 
daughter of William, 2. 34-6; 
( Satherine, ib. \ John, ib. ; Mabill, ib. ; 
Otho, ib.; Sir Otho de, 10. 154, 156, 
L58; Otto de, 14, 240; Peter, son 
Of William, 2, 34, 35; Sibilla de, 
wife of William, 12, 34, 35 ; Thomas. 



34, 35 ; Sir William, 2, 12 ; 9, 13G ; 

10, 155, 158. 
Grandon. William, T., 4, 86. 
Grangeman, John, 11, 381. 
Granger, Henry le, 15, 285 ; John, 

144 ; Matilda, 285. 
Grangia, Sampson de, 9, 287. 
Grangior, Helias,W., Rochester (1240), 

2, 230. 
Grant, Rev. Cyril, 15, 380; F. B. 

(Dartford, 1830), 18, 397; Jasper, 

16,205,206; Judith, 206. 
Granteham (Granton), John de, rector 

of Staplehurst, 3, 80; 9, 192. 
Grants, of Kentish Churches, printed 

in the Archceologia, vol. xxv., 4, 203 ; 

concerning the water sources and 

works at Canterbury, 7, 181. 
Grape, Robert (Dartford, 1390), 18, 

394. 
Grapenell, Henry, 15, 376 ; Margaret, 

ib. 
Graspeys (or Graspneys), Geoffrey, 13, 

318 ; Margeria, ib. 
Grass, Elizabeth, 18, 21. 
Grassewith, John, 18, 221. 
Grate, Walter (Dartford), 9, 287. 
Gratian, coins of, 18, 5, 43. 
Gratwicke, Anne (1671), 14, 226; 

Richard, ib. ; Thomas (1711), 227. 
Grauene, see Graveney. 
Graunsden, John (East Mailing), 14, 

228. 
Graunt, Edward (1522), 12, 423; 

John (1484), 10, u" ; Paul, 12,390; 

Robert, 12, 390; churchwarden of 

Hawkhurst (1528), 5, 56 ; (W.), 84; 

William, 12. 389. 
Grauntcourt, John de, 10, 132 ; Robert 

de, ib. 
Grave (Graue), Bartholomew, 18, 220 ; 

J nines de, 13, 89; 14, 277. 
Gravele, Robert de, 10,281. 
Graveney (Gravene, Gravenell), 9, L86 ; 

10, 134, 229 ; 12, 219 ; fines of land 

in, 14, 280 ; manor, 254. 
Graveney church, brass to John and 

AnneMartyn, 18- 387. 
Graveney, John de, 12. 219 ; 14, 202, 

25 I ; Julyana, 14, 192, 202 ; Richard 

de, 3, 226; 10. 134; 14, 193, 195-6; 

202, 226, 254, 275 ; heirs of Richd. 

de, 10, 136; Thomas de, Faversham, 

l..rd of, 2, 20, 27; Thomas de, 10, 

136; 14,275. 
Gravenhale, Joan de, 10, 136. 
Graves, ancient, in the church, Dover 

Castle, 5, 8, 13, 14, 15; opened at 

Sarr, 5, 309 ; Anglo-Saxon, at Dover, 

18, 205; at Dartford, 314, 317; 

shells found in, 18, 203 », 205. 



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Geavesend in Days of Old, by G. 

M. Arnold, 11, xlii-lv. 
Gravesend (Grauesende, Graveshonde), 

10, xcii, 144, 257; 11, 285, 286; 
12, 223 ; 13, 496-7 ; 15, 374-5 ; 17, 
354, 372, 378-81 ; 18, 17, 23, 34, 36, 
37, 38; Portreeve, 4, 245; Royal 
visits to, 6, 57, 59, 62 ; Roman pottery 
at, 11, 113-117; ravaged by the 
French, 130 ; manor, lxxxv, 218, 265, 
269; Corporation arms, 4, 245 ; 12, 
65 ; Lord Cobham, bailiff of (1550), 
117; briefs for, 14, 207, 215, 222; 
Roman road at, 18, 308 ; fines of 
land in, 18, 340, 343. 

Gravesend, Cecilia de, 11, lv ; Joan de, 
ib. ; John, T.,4, 71; John (arms), 

11, 397 ; Richard de, Bp. of London 
(1280-1303), 4, 234 ; 11, lv, 55 ; 15, 
375 ; Stephen de, 10, 144 ; 11, lv ; 
Sir Stephen de, 15, 18 ; Thomas de, 

10, 144; 11, lv; William de, 18, 
341. 

Gray, Agnes, 13, 303; Alexander, 13, 
431 ; John, 15, 267 ; Lady Anne, of 
the Mote, 11, 403; Simon le, 13, 
303 ; Thos., of Lydden, 9, 283 ; Tom, 
15, 181 ; William, Lord of Warke, 

11, 228. 

Graydon, Admiral, 18, 91 ; John, 
Mayor of Fordwich (1698-1725), 18, 
88 ; arras, 90 n. 

Graye alias Smith, Ellen, 18, 34. 

Grayford, Thos., 11, 396 (query Cray- 
ford). 

Graylle, Amicia de, 10, 125 ; Thomas 
de, ib. 

Gray's Inn, 12, 57. 

Graythorne, John (1522), 12, 425. 

Grease for Rochester Castle works, 2, 
121. 

Great Bethleshanger manor, 10, 120; 
Buckland manor, 138 ; Chart, see 
Chart ; Mavham manor, 140 ; Oake- 
ley manor, 145 ; Otterplay alias 
Ollerplay manor, 133 ; Repton 
manor, 132; Wilmington manor, 
127; Woldham, 147; Woodlands, 
Norman building discovered at, 4, 
123. 

Gredere, Ralph (1260), 3, 250. 

Gredle, Richard de (Smethe, 1246), 2, 
393 ; William, W., 6, 210. 

Greedier, Michael, 12, 390. 

Green, G., rector of Cliffe at Hoo, 11, 
150, 152; George, 15, 218, 250, 
270-1; John, of Scadbury, 13, 390, 
401; Rev. John (1708), 14, 167; 
Norton, of Milton, 12, 139; Susan 
(allied to Barrett), 14, 124 ; Thomas, 
124; 16, 177; Vincent, 15, 251; 



William, W., 6, 210; Rev. William 
(Bexley, 1770), 18, 381. 

Greenall, Rev. Thomas, 16, 94. 

GreeD church, Haw, Rochester, site of 
a Saxon graveyard, 18, 266 n. 

Green, allied to JDering, 13, 438. 

Greene, honor, 18, 31; manor, 11, 
lxxxv, 218, 265, 269. 

Greene, Francis, Vicar of Sheldwich 
(1691), 18, 300; Thomas, 11, 399; 
18,20; AVilliam, 18,31. 

Greenfield, Win. (1302), 14, 141. 

Greenham, Guy, 11, 245, 250. 

Greenhead, allied to Hodsoll, 14, 236. 

Greenhithe, Roman road near, 18, 
308. 

Greenland, Augustine, 13, 475-6 ; 18, 
439 ; Jane, ib. ; Mary, 13, 475. 

Green Street Green, near Sevenoaks, 
2, 2 ; Dartford, 2 ; earth banks at, 
18, 307. 

Gbeensteeet, James, 11, 199, 253, 
265 ; 15, 12 ; on Early Kent Wills, 
11, 370 ; on Kirby's Inquest, 305 ; 
on Kent fines, temp. Edw. II., 305 ; 
13,289-320; 15, 273-310; on List 
of Kentish Gentlemen, temp. Hen, 
VII., 394 ; on Kentish Contributors 
to a Loan for Henry VIII. (1542), 
398 ; on Knights' Fees in Kent (a.d. 
1254), 12, 197; on Subsidy Roll for 
Faversham Hundred (1522), 420; 
on Wills relating to the Finch 
Family, 13, 321 ; Wills and Records 
of the Hodsoll Family, 14, 223- 
240; on Kent fines, temp. Edw. III., 
18, 337-352. 

Greenstreet (Grenestrete), Bartho- 
lomew de (1257), 3, 245 ; Elizabeth, 
13, 348; Frances, 13, 348; George, 
13,348; (of Chillenden), 11, 400; 
John, 10, 136; 12, 389, 304; 13, 
348; (of Claxfield), 11, 399, 400; 
(of Ospringe), 400; Laurence, 11, 
400; Martha, 13, 348 ; Mr. Mitchael, 
16, 273 ; Peter 10, 136 ; 12, 421 ; 
13, 345-8; (of Eastling), 11, 399; 
Richard de, 12, 304; Robert, 10, 
136; 12, 304; Thomas, 12, 426; 
William, 11, 400; 12, 304, 426. 

Greenstreet, allied to Bering, 10, 345 ; 
to Forster, 4, 269 ; to Oxenden, 6, 
280. 

Green Wax, Roll of, destroyed. T., 3, 
83; see 12, 378, 379. 

Greenwich, 8, 85; 10, 345; 13,95; 
15, 174, 176, 182, 203, 214, 239, 
373-4; 16, 255; 18,16-40; inventory 
of church goods, 8, 159 ; geese (pro- 
verb), 9, 138; manor, 163; tomb of 
Archdeacon Stubbs, 18, 240; Park, 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



13, 11, 115 ; Assizes, 14, 165 ; fines 
of lands in, 11, 340; 13. 296-7, 
308-9 ; 14, 241 ; 15, 273, 276, 292, 
298, 303. 

Greenwich (East), John Roper's land 
in (1523), 2, 157, 158, 159; fine of 
land in, 11, 340. 

Greenwich Hospital, chaplains, 18, 
235. 

Greenwich (West) alias Deptford, 12, 
235; 13, 6; 18, 32; manor, 10, 
153 ; fines of land in, 14, 245, 250, 
269,272,274; 15,276. 

Greenwich, Simon de, 4, 273 ; Jordan 
de West (1252), 2, 308. 

Gregory, Anna, 18, 36 ; Christian, 12, 
421; Elizabeth, ib.; Mr. (Chartham), 
17, 379; Mrs., of Bridge, 305; 
Robert, 10, 281 ; Rose, 18, 36 ; 
Rev. Thomas, 11, 415 ; Thomas, 15, 
295 ; 18, 287 ; William, monk of 
Christ Church, Canterbury, 2, 60; 
(1522), 12, 421. 

Gregory, allied to Warde, 16, 136. 

Gregory XI., see Rogerius Petrus. 

Gregory, Pope, his works in Library 
of Eochester Priory (1202), 3, 54. 

Gregory, St., of Nyssa, on circulation 
of the blood, 10, xcvii. 

Gregory, of Tours, and the futhorc 
among the Pranks, 8, 228. 

Gregory's, St., Priory, Canterbury, 9, 
206. 

Greinfeld, Roger de (1263), 4, 313. 

Greinstede, Richard de, 10, 102. 

Greley, Amicia de, 14, 2G0-1. 

Grelle, John, 10, 281. 

Gren, ? Grain, q.v. 

Grenbancke, Christopher, 16, 291, 303. 

Grendon, Ralph de, 12, 218. 

Grene, Chantry, in Sandwich, pen- 
sioners of, 2, 62. 

Grene, James, T., 3, 89 ; John do 
Shorne (124G), 2, 295; John, 11, 
396; (1538), 14, 178-9; Richard, 
16. 291 ; Thomas, 11, 398 ; 13, 330 ; 
William, 3, 179; William de la, 
W., 5, 221. 

Grenehelde, Win. de, 14, 195, 196. 

Grenestede, Robert de, 15, 363. 

Grcneford, Sir Roger, 11, 375. 

Grenehill (Grenehell, Grenehil), Eliza- 
beth, 18, 35; John, of Biddenden, 
11, 400; Richard, 18. 35; Simon 
dela (1270), 5, 301. 

Grenehode, Robert, Vicar of Thorn- 
ham (1553), 18. 249. 

( .|, m! inr. .John, Vicar of Shddwich 
(1 113), 18, 297. 

Grenelef, John, of Petham, T., 3, 
74. 



Grenesmyth, Alice, a Dartford nun, 2, 

56. 
Greneset, Peter, 11, 399. 
Grenestrete, see Green Street. 
Grenewere, John de, 12, 205. 
Grenfylde, Mr. (1577), 10, 202. 
Grenhall, Thomas, 15. 270. 
Grenham, John (1522), 12, 423. 
Grenhamme, Philip de, 14, 192, 197. 
Grenleve, Philip de, 14, 196. 
Grenly, John (1566), 17, 123. 
Grenuell, John, 18, 434. 
Grenville, Hon. Henry, 16, 118. 
Grenville, Sir Richard's project for 

a pier at Eolkestone (1584), 10, 

cxvii. 
Greute, Rev. Richard, 13, 465. 
Gresbrooke, Rev. Richard, 16, 87,97 ; 

Mary, 87. 
Gresham, John, 14, 341 ; Sir Thomas, 

11, 362; 17, 195; Sir William, 13, 
337. 

Gresham College, 11, 279, 289. 

Gresley (Gresle), Alice de, wife of Geff- 
rey de Everle, 2, 293 ; Henry, 10, 
274. 

Gresley, allied to Darell, 17, 46. 

Gressimere, held by Elias de Bocton 
(1247), 2, 296. 

Gressor (i.e. a whetstone), 2, 128, 129. 

Gretenesse, Cecilia de, Sheppy, 5, 205. 

Gretle, Robt. de, 14, 331. 

Grey, Alice, 13,290; Amys, 16,314; 
Henry, Earl of Kent, 5, 34 ; Henry 
de, 10, 146, 148; Henry, Duke of 
Suffolk, 15, 240; Isolda de (1246), 
2, 294 ; Jamys, 16, 317 ; Lady Jane, 

5, 27 ; 14, 3, 9, 12, 13 ; Sir John de, 
10, 1-16, 148 ; John of Dartford, 9, 
90; Lord Reginald de, 16, 32; 
Richard de (Gray), s. and h. of 
Isolda (1246), 2, "294 ; Richard de, 

12, 224, 227; Roesia, 13, 290; 
Thomas de, 10, 123 ; Thomas le, 13, 
290; Walter, Archbishop of York, 

6, 239 ; Walter, married to Isabella 
de Dustan, 239; William le, 13, 290. 

Greycoats, the, of Kent, 9, xcvii. 

Greyfriars, London, tomb of John Cob- 
hum, 11, 85. 

Greynvile, see Grenville. 

Greys, Manor of, 10, 157 ; alias Ores, 
123. 

Grez stone, see Grais. 

(iricslye, Sir Thomas, 18, 128. 

Griffin, Rev. Canon, W.N., 9, lxxxiii; 
Lady Essex, 17, 3SS ; the lord, 18, 
102 ; Ralph, 26 ; Richard (1268), 5, 
299; William, 18, 26. 

Griffinge, Mr. Robert, 16, 193. 
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16, 220 ; Eev. Dr. John, 17, 299 ; 
Archdeacon Morrice, 11, 402 j Rev. 
M., curate of Warehorne (1814), 4, 
102 ; Rev. Thos., 10, 284, 339 ; 11, 
409. 

Griffith, allied to Dering, 10, 339. 

Grigby, John, of Maidstone, 11, 402. 

Grigsby, John, 14, 95. 

Grim, Edward, 13, 501. 

Grime, Mr. (1653), 15, 208 ; Rev. John, 

17, 65. 

Grimgill in Whitstable, 12, 411. 

Grimston, Sir Henry, 18, 60 ; Sir Har- 
bottle, 5, 31; Lady Margaret, 18, 
66. 

Grimstone, allied to Warde, 16, 136. 

Grindstone at Rochester Castle, 2, 129, 
130. 

Griustead, East, 15, 168, 177, 191; 
West, 18, 368. 

Grippendenne (PCrippenden), 11, 347; 
see Crippenden. 

Groats, the Three-groat Poll Tax, T., 
3,84. 

Grobee, Simon, Smethe (1246), 2, 
294. 

Grofherst, see Grovehurst. 

Grojan, Eraucis, 18, 212, 218. 

Grom, Henry le, 13, 296 ; Stephen le, 
ib. 

Grome, Rev. Henry, 13, 477. 

Gromer, John, 14, 196. 

Gromyn, Adam, 12, 226 ; heirs of 
Richard, 10, 146. 

Groombridge, 13, 130, 133. 

Grose, on ruins of Archbishop's Palace, 
Canterbury, 7, 156. 

Grossi, i.e. Groats, T., 3, 86. 

Grove Ferry, 18, 102. 

Grove Green, Roman antiquities found 
at, 2, 146. 

Grove, Sir John de, effigy at Sand- 
wich, 10, lix. 

Grove, John (of Tunstall, 1651), 14, 
79; John, 15, 282; Matilda, ib. ; 
Reginald, 307 ; Reginald de, 18, 341 ; 
Semannus de, 15, 282. 

Grove, Dr. Robert, Bishop of Chiches- 
ter (1691), 18, 237. 

Grove, allied to Oxenden, 6, 280. 

Grovehurst (Grofherst, Grofhirst, 
Grof hurst), 13, 329-31, 338-9 ; 
Celtic remains at, 122-6. 

Grovehurst, 11, 310 ; Master Henry 
de, 10, 158; 15, 278; Henry de 
(10 Edward II.), 14, 253; Joan, 
widow of Richard de, 10, 139 ; Joan, 
13, 339; Johanna, 11, 349; 14, 
244 ; Richard, Gent., of Middleton, 
7, 235 ; Richard, 13, 122, 128 ; 14, 
253 ; 15, 296, 303 ; heirs of Richard 



de, 10, 150 ; Robert de, 11, 333 ; 
13, 318; Roger, 10, 128 ; 15, 298 ; 

Thomas (1520), 13, 339; William 
de, 11, 349; 13, 122; 14, 211. 

Grubbe, Johanna, 14, 271 ; Peter, ib. ; 
Richd., T., 3, 89. 

Grubbyngdale, Thomas do, 15, 284. 

Grundy, Inscription, 16, 214 ; Wil- 
liam (plate), 17, 295, 318. 

Gruthuyse, Seigneur de la, see Bruges, 
Louis de. 

Gryffith, Edward, 18, 36 ; Elizeus, ib. 

Gryme, Peter, 18,251; Thomas (1463), 
l0, 253. 

Grymes, Mr. (1577), 10, 202. 

Grymesby, Tho., 18, 444. 

Grymeshamme, Petronilla, 11, 315 ; 
Theobald, ib. 

Grymgill, Henry, 12, 426 ; John, ib. ; 
Richard, ib. 

Grymstyn, Thomas, of Bilsington, 8, 
108. 

Grysby, John (1436), 385. 

Guecha, an East Anglian King, 8, 36. 

Guest, Dr., on Modern Philology, 6, 
135. 

Guest (Bishop), see Gheast. 

Guests, divided into groups, at Canter- 
bury Priory, 7, 94. 

Guesten Chapel, St. Augustine's 
Abbey, 4, 62; Hall, Canterbury 
Priory, 4, 20 ; Dover, 4, 18 ; Wor- 
cester 4, 17, 20, 62. 

Guibou, Hy., H, 389. 

Guido's Pictures at Cobham Hall, 11, 
163-4. 

Guild (Gilde), the Fraternity, Dartford, 
3 249. 

Guild, Rev. Geo., 13, 487. 

Guildford, 10, 100 ; 11, 310; 13, 90 ; 
St. Mary's Church, 78. 

Guildford, see Guldeford. 

Guildhall, the Exchequer kept at 
(1643), 2, 200. 

Guillebert, Georges, 15, 31. 

Guise, Anselm de, 15, 2. 

Guislebert, Richard Fitz, 14, 327 ; see 
Gilbert. 

Guisnes (Guines, Gysnes), 10, cv, 130; 
Baldwin, Count of, shares the Manor 
of Newington (1201), 2, 265 ; Count 
de, lands in Kent (1252), 2, 308; 
Convent of, 10, cv ; Earl of, 10, 130. 

Guizot. on Norman Chiefs, 1, 116. 

Guildeford, East (in Sussex), 14, 3, 4 ; 
Level, 13, 196-8. 

Guldeford Family, Canon Jenkins 
on, 14, 1-17. 

Guldeford (Geldeford, Geldesford, Gil- 
deforde, Guildeford, Golddeford), 
Ann, dau. of Sir Edward, of Halden, 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



17, 47; Dorothy, duu. of Sir John, 
13, 391 ; Sir Edward (Marshal of 
Calais, Lord Warden), 10,240, 327; 
14,5,6,49,55; 16,49,51; Edward 
(ob. 1678), 14. 16 ; Elizabeth, dau. of 
Sir Richard (1515), 16, 276 ; George 
(1525), 14, 5, 15 ; Sir Henry, Con- 
troller of Henry VIII.'s Household, 
1,20,39; 11,110; 14,6; 15,150, 
382-4; 16, 51; Henry de (t. Edw. 
III.), 10, 122 ; Jane, Duchess of 
Northumberland, 14, 6-15, 49; Sir 
John (Comptroller of Household, 
Edw. IV.), 14, 5; John (1542), 11, 
399 ; John (1556), 14, 15, 322-3 ; 
Mr. John, 17, 227 ; Mary, dau. of 
Sir John, 14, 360; Rev. Peter de, 
16, 112, 122 ; Richd. (1180), 14, 4 ; 
Richard (1570), 376 ; Sir Richd., 
E.G., 14,5; 16, 46, 234; Robert 
(1685), 14, 16; Sir Thomas, of 
Hempsted, 9, xciii ; 14, 16 ; 
William (1388), 14, 4, 5 ; William, 
W. (1636), 18, 435. 

Guldeford, allied to Darell, 17, 47 ; to 
Dering, 10, 327. 

Guldesfeld, Rev. Thomas, 13, 488. 

Guile, Roger (1263), 3, 265. 

Gulson, Jasper, 18, 31 ; Margaret, ib. ; 
Matthew, ib. 

Gumphae et vertinellse, defined ; see 
" Rides," 2, 125, 130, 132; 4, 220. 

Gunby Church, Lincolnshire, Sir 
Thomas Massingberde's Monument 
in (1405), 1, 82. 

Gundulph, Bp. of Rochester (1077- 
1108), 13, 153 ; 15, 377-8; 17, xli, 
xlii ; 18, 262 ; his tower at Rochester, 
2, 68 ; 18, 269 et seq. ; his manor 
house at Stone, 3, 98 ; his gift of 
books to Rochester Priory, 62; 
monument in Rochester Cathedral, 
6, 63; his crypt there, 13, 21 ; his 
tower at St. Leonard's Mailing, 18, 
273 n. 

Gundulph's Bible in St. Andrew's 
Priory, Rochester, 3, 48, 52, 61, 62 ; 

15, 368. 

(iiinnr, John, of Monckton, T., 3, 85; 

William 12,388. 
Gunnilda, widow of John, Minster, 3, 

211. 
Gunning (Peter, Bishop of Ely), 

bequeathed communion plate to his 

native parish of lloo St. Werlnirgh, 

16, 305-7. 

Guns and long dudges, proclamation, 
2,80. 

Gunsley, Richard (1522), 12, 424; 
Thomas, ib. 

Gunsley Scholarship to University Col- 



lege, Oxford, from Maidstone School, 

14, 167. 

Gunston, near Dover, 5, 275 n; see 
Gustou, Guntiestone. 

Gunstone, Benjamin (1561), 17, 216. 

Gunter, W., 4, 209. 

Guuter, Henry, 18, 38. 

Guutieston, Gutieston (? Gunston near 
Dover, or Goodnestone near Wing- 
ham), 5, 275 and n. 

Gunton, Rev. — (1658), 17, 378. 

Guodritch-es-hope, 15, 362. 

Gurdelere, Stephen (1560), 17, 121. 

Gurty, Elizabeth, 18, 40 ; John, ib. 

Gurnard, Richard, churchwarden of 
East Wickham, 8, 144. 

Guruay, Alex, de, 9, 292 ; Galiena de, 
12, 225 ; John de, 9, 296; Richard 
de, ib.; (1253), 2, 311; Thos. 
(Dartford, 1349), 18, 385. 

Gurnes, see Harries. 

Gurney, . Hudson, 15, 372; Sir Mat- 
thew, temp. Edward III., 5, 121 ; Sir 
Richard, 17, 290; Thomas, of Cold- 
red (1637), 12, xlii. 

Gusson, Robert, 12, 389. 

Guston, 15, 289 ; John de, 14, 252 ; 

15, 274, 289; Mabilla, 14, 252; 
Matilda, 15, 274. 

Gustone, John (Wingham), T., 3, 85. 

Guthlac, St., Life of, 'cited, 8, 36. 

Gutters, made in Rochester Castle, 2, 
130 ; and sewers in Christ Church 
Priory, Canterbury, 7, 168. 

Guy, the French King's butler, wit- 
nesses a charter of Philip Augustus, 
4, 130. 

Guy, John, 15, 270 ; Ralph, of York- 
shire, his will, 2. 75. 

Guyes, William, 18- 27. 

Guyldford, George, 5, 83. 

Guylham, Henry (1522), 12, 425. 

Gwederyngton in Mersham, T., 3, 84. 

Gwydir, Lord, 17, 263. 

Gwye, William (1554), 14, 355. 

Gwyllj'm, George, curate of Great 
Chart, 8, 158. 

Gwyn, Win., 11, 248. 

Gybbe, Wyllyam, churchwarden of 
"('apel, 8/127. 

Gybbes, John, 3. 201 ; John, of Great 
'Chart, 7, 235 ; Thomas, 18, 385. 

Gybbon, William, churchwarden of 
llawkhurst (1551-4), 5,66. 

Gybbs, John, churchwarden of Brook- 
land, 8, ill. 

Gybon, John (1412), 10, 185. 

Gyboun, John, of Maidstone, T., 3, 77. 

Gybson, Richd., 14, 297. 

Gye, John, Mayor of Pordwich (I 160). 
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Gyfford, Clement, of Ashford, 1500, 3, 

204. 
Gylbauke, Launcelot, pensioner of 

Leeds Priory, 2, 58. 
Gylbod, Noreys, 14, 195. 
Gylernyn, Emma, 11, 324; 15, 289, 

290; John, 15, 386; William, H, 

324 ; 13, 291 ; 14, 244 ; 15, 289, 

290. 
Gyles, Agnes, 15, 297 ; Alex., 13, 312 ; 

Alexander, 15, 288 ; Henry, T., 3, 

88 ; John, shepherd at Minster 

Priory, 7, 305; Joan, 15, 288; 

John, T., 3, 89 ; 12, 422 ; Richard, 

15, 297 ; Thomas, T., 4, 72 ; Walter, 

13, 312 ; William, T., 3, 91. 
Gyles alias Williams, Elizabeth, 18, 

22. 
Gylet (or Gylosh), Rev. William, 13, 

444. 
Gylf, King of Sweden, 8, 25. 
Gylford, John, of Dolling, 7, 236; 

Margaret, 236 >i. 
Gyllot, John (1522), 12, 426. 
Gyllys, Richard, servant at Minster 

Priory, 7, 304. 
Gyllz, John (1485), 16, 291. 
Gylmyn, John, 15, 386. 
Gylvvard, John, 14, 196. 
Gylwyn, Robert, churchwarden of 

Godmersham, 8, 157. 
Gymews, the old Cemetery, Canterbury 

Priory, 7, 57, 81. 
Gyots, Sieur des, 15, 34. 
Gyrdeler, John, 16, 316. 
Gyse, Beatrix de, 9, 288. 
Gysnes, i.e. Guisnes, q.v. 
Gysors, see Gisors. 
Gyst, John le, 13, 294. 
Gytton, Richard, deceased friend of 

John Roper, 1523, 2, 162. 
Gyulph, ¥m, 14, 192. 



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Ha .... , William de, W., 6, 203. 

Haache, see Hache. 

Habeam, Richard, 17, 97. 

Haberdashers' Hall, 15, 113 ; a Parlia- 
mentary Committee at, 4, 189. 

Haberden, 7, 303 and n. 

Hache (or Hacche), Geoffrey, 13, 320 ; 
John de la, 3, 227 ; Rev. John, of 
Romney, 13, 474, 477 ; Osbert de la, 
ib. ; Stephen, 13, 320. 

Hache (Hathes), fine of land in, 3, 219. 

Hachelaude, 6, 205. 

Hachstaple, Sutton, 3, 235. 

Hacke, John de, W., Strood (1220), 2, 
227. 



Hacker, Col., a Royalist, 9, 38 ». 

Hackett, Dr., 11, 243, 245. 

llackington (Hakinton, Hakyntone), 
11, 206, 208 ; 16, 151 ; Brambiltigho 
in, 2, 161 ; tenant's homages and 
services, 6, 234 ; Lovelaces at, 10, 
201 ; Constable of Dover at (1305), 
223 ; fines relating to, 6, 233 ; H, 
319, 329, 347 ; 12, 290, 296 ; 14, 
254, 267, 271 ; 15, 299. 

llackington, John de, 12, 226 ; (1268), 

5, 293 ; Ralph de, ib. ; Richard de, 

6, 233 , Robert de, 10, 145 ; Vicar 
of, 12, 307. 

Hackington, 2, 161 ; St. Stephen's 
Church, and SS. collars, Mr. Foss's 
paper on, 1, 73 ; Sir R. Manwood's 
monument, 74 ; 5, 29 ; Sir Chris- 
topher Hales, buried at, 27 ; Rood- 
screen at, 14, 370, 373. 

Hackness, Runic inscription, 8, 183. 

Hadde, Edmund, 15, 365. 

Haddock, Admiral Nicholas, 15, 120. 

Haddon, Alexander, 14, 227 ; Mr., of 
Chelsfield (1658), 17, 321 ; Dr. 
Walter, 11, 201, 208 ; widow of Sir 
Walter, 12, 131, 141. 

Haddon Hall, galleries, 7, 16. 

Hade, Johanna and Simon, 11, 327. 

Hadelo, see Hadlow. 

Hadersley, Runic bracteate, 8, 198. 

Hadestoke, Bartholomew de, 12, 227. 

Hadlade, Henry de, W., 6, 206. 

Hadland, Peter, 33 Edw. III., 2, 22. 

Hadley, Joan, 16, 229 ; John, ib. 

Hadlinges, Stephen, parson of, 13, 84. 

Hadlow, 14, 228-9, 240, 327 ; 16, 50, 
51 ; 18, 27 ; Caxton, born at Causton 
in, 2, 232 ; J. Master at, 15, 197, 
208-9, 214; manor, 10, 133, 152; 
Registers, 14, 236; fines relating 
to, 11, 334, 337 ; 14, 266. 

Hadlow (cum Grovehurst), 13, 331-9. 

Hadlow (Hadlo, Hadelo, Haudlo, 
Haulo), 11, 310; Elizabeth, 14, 
259-60 ; John de, 10, 127, 133 ; 11, 
329 ; 13, 122 ; 14, 269 ; Sir John 
de, 15, 9, 18; Juliana, 11, 329; 
Matilda, 14, 269; Nicholas de, 2, 
303 ; 3, 247 ; 4, 315 ; 6, 314 ; 10, 
127; 12, 213, 216, 219; 13, 272; 
15,9,364; Richard de (1263), 4, 
314; Roger de, 10, 132 ; 11, 329; 
Simon de, 10, 132; 14, 259-60; 
Thomas, 11, 329 ; William de, 12, 
289. 

Hadsole, John, 16, 237. 

Haec, Le, Ocholt, 1197, 1, 250. 

Haeg, in Thanet, 12, 180. 

Haffendene, in Tenterden, 14, 41 ; 
Quarter, ib. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Haffenden, Elizabeth, 16, 81 ; Stephen, 
80 ; William, 237. 

Haft, William, Vicar of Sheldwich 
(1400), 18, 296. 

Haga (Hac), an enclosure, 3, 235. 

Hageley, manor in llawley, near Dart- 
ford, 5, 23. 

Hagena-treou, 13, 368. 

Hagenetj see Aghne. 

Eagenilda and Edilda, daughters of 
Anketil, q.v. (1202), 2, 271. 

Hagestapel, see Hackstaple. 

Ha'gh', Thomas, 6, 186. 

Haghenet, see Aghne. 

Hagioscopes or squints, 5, 18; 7, 70, 
204 ; 13, -472. 

Haia, see Hay. 

Haigh, Rev. Daniel H., on Jute, 
Angle, and Saxon Royal Pedigrees, 
8, 18; on Runic Monument* of 
Kent, 164 ; on compensation paid by 
Kent to Ine for the burning of Mul, 
10, 29. 

Haigh, Robert de, T., 3, 87. 

Haighte alias Stubbs, Katherine, 18, 
209 ; will, 219. 

Haines, Thomas, of Romney, 17, 230. 

Haines, Rev. Herbert, on brasses at 
Sundridge, 16, 275-6. 

Haitila, for Attila, 8, 198 ; impreca- 
tion against, 199. 

Haiton, see Heyton. 

Haiward or Heyward, Elizabeth, 18, 
29 ; George, ib. 

Hakenet honor, see Aghne. 

Haket, Amicia, 15, 288 ; Gilbert, 
Chatham (1263), 3, 253; Harry 
(1270), 5, 301 ; John, 15, 288 ; 
John, W., 390 ; Radulphus, 12, 209, 
222; heirs of Richard, 10, 129; 
heirs of Robert, 10, 139; Stephen 
(1200), 2, 250 ; William, ib. 

Hakinton, Hakyntone, see Hackington. 

Hakkett, John, of Snargatc, 13, 423. 

Hakum, Richard, 12, 220. 

Hakyntone, see Hackington. 

Haloham, see Alkham. 

Haldehalle, 12, 221. 

Haldelose, see Aldelose. 

Halden (Haldene), 10, 202, 211; in 
Tenterden, 5, 27; 14, 41; in Rol- 
vcndcii, 3, 5, 6. 

Halden, High, 14, 25, 44, 55, 62, 
323-4 ; Passion Play at, 13- 223. 

Halden, family, 15, L6 ; Joane, 14, 5 ; 
John de, ib. \ William, T., 3, 69; 
Sir William's arm*, 11, 397. 

Haldinge (? Halden), 12. 228. 

Hale, :mn>. 18. 376 ; borough in Plax- 

tol, 15, 377 ; honor, 11, 366. 
Hale. Henry (1522), 12, 424; John 



de, W., 5, 212 ; John, of Ruckinge, 
10. 294; Mary, dau. of Major- 
General, 18, 376; Richard de la 
(1252), 2, 307; Robert, 11, 382; 
William, a setter-mason, 2, 123; 
William, 12, 423. 

Hale, Sir Matthew, Chief Justice, his 
SS. collar worn by his successors till 
Lord Ellonborough, 1, 91. 

Halebergh, 12, 222. 

Halegestowe, i.e. Halstow, q.v. 

Haleghele, 12, 234. 

Hales family, 1, 73 ; 14, 49, 62, 64 ; 
ouce possessed the Palace at Canter- 
bury, 4, 58. 

Hales, Rev. R. Cox, 14, 49 ; Brief 
Notes on the Hales Family bj', 
61-84. 

Hales Place, in Canterbury, 14, 74-5 ; 
in Tenterden, 49, 61, 63. 

Hales, Sir Christopher (Master of the 
Rolls), 5, 27; 7, 282 and », 14, 
61-2 ; of Coventry, 62; Sir Edward, 
1st Bart. (ob. 1654), 2, 181, 183 ; 9, 
32 n; 12, 356; 14, 58, 63-5, 67, 
70, 76-84, 359, 360 ; 15, 397 ; 17, 
173 ; Sir Edward, 2nd Bart., 14, 64, 
68-71, 76-84, 359, 360; Sir Edward, 
3rd Bart., 11, liv; 14, 64, 71-4, 80, 
381 ; Sir Edward, of Woodchurch, 
5th Bart. (ob. 1802), 14,64,74; Sir 
Edward, 6th and last Bart. (ob. 
1829), 14, 64, 74; 17, 48; Sir 
Humphrey, 12, 149 ; Sir James, a 
Judge, 5, 27, 28 ; (of the Dungeon), 
14,62,311; (temp. Elizabeth), 10, 
cxiv, exx; 11, 388-9; 12, 149; 
(a Royalist leader, 1648), 9, 38 m; 
Sir John, a Baron of the Exchequer, 

2, 154, 155 ; 5, 27 ; 14, 62, 63 ; Sir 
John, Kt., of Tunstall, 14, 64, 65, 
78-83 ; (4th Bart., ob. 1744), 62, 63, 
64, 74 ; John, builder of Hales Place, 
Tenterden, 61-2; Sir Nicholas, 61, 62; 
Sir Robert, Treasurer of England, T., 

3, 68 ; his murderers, 4, 79 ; genea- 
logical notice of, 14, 61-2 ; Sir Robert 
(1660), 63 ; Sir Thomas (1695), 14, 
67 ; Lady : — Ann (nee Wotton), 14, 
64, 80-82; Barbara (Webb), 04; 
Christiana (Crowmer), 64-5, 78-80, 
82 ; Deborah (Harlakenden), 64, 
82-3; Frances ( Windebank), 64; 
Helen (Bagnal), 64; Lucy (Darell), 
64; .Martha (Carew), 64-5; Mary 
(Healing), 64. 

Hales, Bartholomew, 14, 02; Betty, 
67 ; diaries, H, 390; 14,04,80-2; 
Christiana, 64, 00,78; Christopher 
(1523), 2, 154; Deborah. 14, 64, 06. 
78 ; Edward, of Tunstall, 9, 38 n, 



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40,41,49; of Tenterden, 11, 403; 

14, 02-3, 75; of Chilham, G3; of 
Chilston, 64, 66-7, 78; Elizabeth {nie 
Johnson), 63-4, 66, 76 ; Felicite, 64, 
74 ; Henry, of Tenterden, 62 ; 
Humphry, 62; James, 11, 403; 
John, T.,' 3, 89; John, of Mailing, 
T., 92, 93; John, of Tunstall, 12, 
356; John (Alderman), 14, 62; 
John (Mayor of Tentenden), 54, 03; 
John, of Chilston, 76 ; John, son of 
Sir Edward, 64, 80-1 ; Margaret, 15, 
404; Mildred, 14, 02; Mr. (solicitor), 

15, 178 ; 18, 159 ; Richard, of Chil- 
ston (1029-72), 76; Richard, of 
Hunston,64, 76; Samuel, of Chilston, 
64-5, 75, 78-9, 83-4 ; Samuel, of Col- 
decote, 76 ; Stephen, 62-3 ; Thomas, 
of Henley, 62 ; Thomas, of Romford, 
62 ; Thomas, of Thanington, 62-3 ; 
William, father of Sir Edward, 63-4, 
75 ; William, of Bowie}' and Chil- 
ston, 64-5, 75-6 ; William, of Recul- 
ver, 15, 404. 

Hales, allied to Darell, 17, 48. 

Halfpenny, allied to Manning, 6, 274 ; 
the farrier, 15, 199. 

Halfsnod, John, 16, 197, 199, 200, 201. 

Halgeleg, see Hawley. 

Halgesto, i.e. Halstow, q.v. 

Halglton, Beatrice de, daughter of Sir 
Nicholas and Margery de Halglton, 
wife of Sir Ralph St. Leger, 2, 19, 
27 ; Margaret de, widow of St. 
Nicholas, marries Sir Roger de 
Northwode, 1340, 19, 27 ; Mar- 
garet de, daughter of Sir Nicholas 
and Margery, and wife of Sir Roger 
de Northwode, 19, 27 ; Sir Nicho- 
las de, Knt., lord of Wokjmdon in 
Essex, dead in 1340, 19. 

Haliday, Lieut. -General, 18, 412. 

Halirode (Halirede, Halyrode, Holy- 
rode), ville of, 5,277,278; manor, 
10, 131 ; Knights' fees in, 11, 367 ; 
12, 213 ; fine of land in, 14, 274. 

Halke (or Halk), Rev. Richard, 18, 
302; Smykyn, 13, 561; William, 
16,310,311; 17,77,90; of Alding- 
ton, 8, 101 ; of Bircholt, 108. 

Halkok, John (1270), 5, 300. 

Hall Court, manor, 10, 129. 

Hall Place, Bexley, 18, 370-372. 

Hall, arms and pedigree, 4, 267 ; 6, 
252 ; brasses, 253 n ; extracts from 
parish registers, 254. 

Hall, Rev. A. Hall (Cheriton, 1876), 
18, 368; Ann, 16, 105 ; Arthur, 4, 
157, 160; Edward, 16, 105; Ema- 
nuel, 18, 30 ; Geo., 14, 305 ; Helen, 
18, 370; Rev. Henry, 13, 384; 
VOL. XIX. 



Joan (of Mailing Abbey), 2, 57; 

John (of St. Augustine's, Canter- 
bury), 58 ; John, incumbent of 
Burton Chantry, 62; John, 12, 
388; 14, 102; Josiah, 15, 364; 
Mary, 14, 102 ; Movsos, of Chilham, 
8, 134; Nicholas, 18, 385; Peter, 
14, 57; Rev. Peter, 4, 112 ; Richard, 
14, 299, 301 ; 16, 168 ; (Mayor of 
Eordwich, 1650), 18, 88 ; Robt. de, 
14, 260; Robert, 16, 108; Roger, 
18,370; Simon of,15, 368 ; Thomas, 
of Bexley, 8, 107 ; Thomas, 15, 250, 
271 ; William, 14, 299, 301; 18, 30, 
385 ; Colonel Wm., of Syndale, 9, 
lxxiii., lxxvii. 

Hall, Rev. T. G., on human hones 
in St. Leonard's Church, Hythe, 18, 
333. 

Hall's Chronicle on the meeting of 
Henry VIII. and Anne of Cleves 
at Rochester, 6, 50. 

Hall alias Pearce, Anna, 18, 39. 

Hallaway, William, 18, 31. 

Halle, Alis, 11, 378-9 ; Harry, 379 ; 
John, 2, 122; Peter de, 10, 130; 
Robert, of Ashford, 8, 102 ; Wm. 
atte, mason, 11, 314. 

Halles, Sir James, deputy-lieutenant, 
8, 300. 

Hallet, Richard, 12, 389. 

Halley, Dr., on Caesar's landing-place, 

O a 

Hailing (Hallyng), 10, 146; 12, 225, 

226, 285; 14, 334; 15, 270, 377, 

389, 391, 394 ; 18, 21, 27, 28, 23 ; 

service due from the tenants, 6, 

327, 328 ; vineyard at, 10, ex ; 

Court, in Thanet, 12, 335 ; Bishop 

Fisher's manor-house at, 17, 68; 

fines relating to, 3, 234 ; 11, 332 ; 

12, 300 ; 18, 342. 
Hallingberi, Ralph de, Dartford, 9, 

291. 
Halliwell's Archaic Dictionary, 9, 67, 

69, 70, 78, 79, 81, 84, 87, 89, 92, 

93, 95, 100, 102, 103, 114. 
Hallmead, manor, 10, 130. 
Hallo, see Hadlow. 
Hall-place, 329 (Banning), vineyard 

at, 6, 329. 
Hallum, Archdeacon, 18, 43 ; Cardinal 

Robert, 15, 235. 
Hallywell, William, 18, 93. 
Halsey, Thomas, 15, 119. 
Halsham, John, of West Grinstead, 10, 

259; Philippa his wife, 259; her 

arms, 15, 3. 
Halstead (Halsted, Hausted), fines of 

land in, 2, 262; 11,333; manor of, 

18, 352. 

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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Halsted cum Preston, manor in Shor- 
ham, 10, 158. 

Halsted, .Mr. Henry, 18, 237 ; Hum- 
phrey de, 13, 301 ; Win. da, H, 
238; 13, 301. 

Halstow (Aleghestowe, Halgesto, Hal- 
ghesto, Halgstowe, Hallestuwe), 2, 
36, 37; fines relating to, 251; 11, 
316; 15, 293, 307; see 11, lxi, 
lxii, 157 ; 12, 227 ; 15, 101-7, 249, 
270, 396. 

Halstow, High, 12. 227 ; Lower, 
ancient chest at. 10. 77; fine, 14. 
258; John Becket, vicar of, 10, 21. 

Halstow, Stephen de, Hoo (1246), 2, 
294. 

Halton, Dr. Timothy (provost of 
Queen's Coll., Oxon), 11, 276. 

Halyday, Moder, 16, 317. 

Halyrode, see Halirode. 

HalVs, John, 16, 168. 

Halzelee, Wm. de, T., 9, 301. 

Ham (Hamme, Hammes), 10, 120; 
12, 210, 212; watch at, 8, 310; 
manor alias Kingsham, 10. 120; 
Hundred, 126, 128, 141 ; 13, 352-5 ; 
East, 12, 212; rectors, of, 14, 
354-7 ; fines relating to, 4, 276 ; 

11, 319. 

Ham, Alice, 14, 333; Elyas de, 5, 
219; Francis, 18, 34; Grace, ib.; 
John, T., 3, 89 ; (1263), 253; .John 
de, 10. 148 ; 15, 290; Sir John de, 
14, 333 ; Josceusat (1236), 2, 292; 
Margeria, 15, 290 ; Robert, T., 3, 
89; Robert de, 4, 276; Roger de, 
Dartford, 9, 293 ; William de (1263), 
3, 264. 

Haman, William, of Ewell, 7, 280. 

Hambrook, Richard (1832), 18, 89. 

Hamden, Mr., 3, 149; John (Wil- 
mington), 9, 48. 

Hamergold, Thomas (Dartford, 1349), 
18, 393. 

Hamersnoth, "Ward, 13, 205, 277, 
352. 

Hamlake, Lord Ros of, 16, 39. 

" Hamlet," a passage in, explained, 5, 
28. 

Hamilton, Jas., Duke of, 18, 370 »; 
.Mary Louisa, 415 ; William (1710), 
2, 93 ; Sir William de (Codham), 13, 
389. 

Hamme, see Hani. 

Hammerson, Thomas (1544), 18, 56. 

Hammerwood, 1, 115. 

Hammingherst (Hammyngherst), 12, 
212 ; 13, 353 ; Henry de, 15, 362 ; 

12, 305; John de, ib. ; Matilda de, 
ib. 

Hammond, Anthony, the poet, 6, 302 ; 



Anthony, 5, 104 and n ; Antony and 
Francis, 9, 38 « ; Rev. Anthony, 
13, 459; Ant. Egerton, 18, 446; 
John, of Newington, 10, 285 ; Mrs., 
5, 87, 106 ; of St. Albans, 15, 403 ; 
William, of St. Albany 5, ,N7, 106; 
W. O., 104 ; Wm. (1422), 17, 18. 

Hammyngherst, see Hammingherst. 

Hamo and his five brothers (1197), 1, 
242 ; son of Herefred, 4, 211 ; grants 
to St. Bertin's, Throwley Church, 
210, 218 ; priest, of Throwley, W., 
210 ; of Throwley, 209 ; with others, 
petition to the Archdeacon of Can- 
terbury, 216; of Gatton, 219; de 
Hethe, Bp. of Rochester, presents 
Kentish wine to Edward II.. 6, 328 ; 
de Mortimer, Archdeacon of Canter- 
bury, 4, 216. 

Hamon, Agnes, 14, 242; Edmund 
(Hawkhurst, 1549-51), 5, 62, 65; 
Hector (a French pastor), 13, 548 j 
Henry, T, 3, 73; John, 2, 118; 
Margery, 10, 194, 216 ; Richard of 
Upchurch, 6, 114; Thomas, 11,403; 
(1561), 17,235,237; William, 14, 
242 ; (of Ash Chantry), 2, 62. 

Hamon, allied to Lovelace, 10, 194,216. 

Hamond, Edward, 11, 389 ; James, 5, 
81, 81; John (Hawkhurst, 1515), 
55 ; Walter, 11, 355 ; William, 391 ; 
(1522), 12, 426. 

Hamoun, Richard, 15, 290, 310. 

Hampcok, John, T., 3, 93. 

Hampford, 12,209. 

Hampoller, Clement, 14. 258. 

Hampshire, words, 9, 77 ; Roman cof- 
fin, 172 n ; briefs for places in, 14, 
182-4, 207, 209-12, 215-19. 

Hampton, John, Mayor of Favorsham, 
10, 235, 237 ; Martin de, 14, 116, 
126 ; William (1480), 15, 386-8. 

Hampton (llamton) Mareschall's land 
in, 10, 271, 273, 275. 

Hamptons, near Tunbridge, 15, 152, 
154, 160, 202, 386, 389 ; 16, 65. 

Hamsher, Thomas (1522), 12, 422; 
William, 18, 220. 

Hametall, Adam de (Dartford, 1253- 
60), 2, 312; 3, 249; Robert de (1260), 
ib. 

Hamstede, Eustace de, 12, 222; John 
de, Folkestone (1271), 6, 240; 
Robert de, W., 6, 199. 

Hamund, William (1268), 10, 299. 

1 [amundus, « e Hamo. 

Hamwold (Hamwoldes, llamwlod), 10, 
120 ; 12, 209, 222 ; 5, 208, 209 ; fine 
relating to, H, 311. 

Hancock, Thomas (1522), 12, 426; 
William, 18,22,24. 



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Elancocke, found drowned " with 
brasletts on his arms," 6, 114. 

Handbarrows (siverie), 2, 119, 129, 
131. 

Eanden, Alice, 18, 29. 

tlandsex, Johanna, 14, 2G3 ; William, 
ib. 

Sandyside, Daniel, 13, 164. 

Banecherst, Eichard, 15, 363. 

Hanekyn, Edith, 11, 341 ; Richard 
2, 118, 120; Roger, H, 341; 
Stephen, 13, 85. 

Eangre, 13, 295. 

Kangsel, 10, 270, 275. 

Eangwitha, 6, 245. 

Eankford, Sir William, Chief Justice, 
1, 86. 

Eankoke, Symon (Smarden), 9, 224. 

Ilankyn, Thomas, 2, 119. 

Eanley lordship, Cheshire, 1, 135. 

Eannam, G. E., Esq., 12, xxxviii, 
xli, 380. 

Eannington Church, Northants, 18, 
321. 

' Hanover cut," a fashion, 5, 95. 

Sanson, allied to Lovelace, 10, 195 ; 
John, 17, 105. 

Banyn, Elena, 14, 203 ; Peter, 193-5, 
197, 203 ; heirs of Thomas, 196. 

Bapden, Sir Edmund, 11, 362. 

Barange, John, 10, 147. 

Barberd, John, 16, 184. 

Earbledown Manor in Harrietsham, 
10, 141 ; 14, 257. 

Earbledown (Harbaldowne), 2, 63 ; 
14, 174 ; 15, 246 ; religious houses 
in (1523), 2, 169; British settle- 
ment at, 9, lxxxvii ; bowls sold at 
(1647), 15, 169 ; fines, 11, 331 ; 15, 
273. 

Earbledown HospitaJ, 9, 187 ; 17, 77 
et seq. ; the Brothers of, 16, 290, 
297, 303, 308, 310-12, 318, 319 ; 17, 
82, 84, 87, 93, 95, 96, 106, 108-113, 
118-119, 122, 128-9, 131, 138. 

Earbledown (Herbaldoune), John, of 
Wye, T., 3, 87 ; of Wincheap, T„ 
75. 

Earby, Sir Job, 11, 254. 

Earcourt, allied to Darell, 17, 47. 

Eardegray, Rev. Robert, 16, 112. 

Eardel, John, 13, 320. 

Eardesle, Thomas de, 10, 151. 

Eardham, a recluse at, 11, 36. 

Harding, Thomas, T., 4, 68, 70-76, 85, 
86 ; Rev. Thomas, 18, 377. 

Hardgood, John, Leeds Priory, 2, 64. 

Hardres Court, 4, 43 ; house described, 
50 ; ground plan, 51. 

Hardres (Heghardres), 10, 118; 12, 
203-4 ; 13, 308 ; Church, 4, 43, 45 ; 



church plate, 16, 346-7, 407 ; fine 
of land in, 15, 306; manor, 4, 53 ; 
10, 118; 13, 298. 

Hardres, Nether, manor, 10, 119, 159 ; 
ville de, 4, 314; 12, 203, 204. 

Hardres family, 4, 43, 44, 46, 53, 56; 
pedigree, 4, facing 43 ; additions to, 
5, 323. 

Hardres, Agnes, 15, 306 ; Edmund 
(22 Hen. VI.), 3, 144; 11, 397; 
Edward, 15, 27 ; Elizabeth, 14, 360 ; 
Henry, 4, 46 ; James, 11, 396 ; 
John de (1263), 4, 314 ; Rev. John 
de, 46 ; John de, 15, 306 ; Justice, 
14, 165 ; Margeria, 13, 298 ; Peter, 
14, 118; Richard, W., 5, 123; Sir 
Richard, 9, 33 n, 38 n, 44 ; 14, 381 ; 
Richard, H, 391; Robert, 4, 45; 
(1263), 314-5 ; (1282), 46; (a Jus- 
tice itinerant), 5, 24 ; (temp. Edw. 
IIL), 10, 118; (38 Hen. III.), 
12, 204, 214; (arms), 15, 10; 
Robert and Margery his wife (8 
Edw. II.), 13, 298 ; Thomas, 4, 47 ; 
knighted by Henry VIII., 48 ; re- 
ceives from Henry VIII. the gates 
of Boulogne, which he sets up in his 
garden wall, 44, 47, 48 ; Sir Thomas 
I. marries Thoresby heiress, 47 ; 
Sir Thomas II. flies from his credi- 
tors, 54 ; estates sold by Act of Par- 
liament (1604), 53; Thomas, 14, 
360; of Dartford, yeoman (1454), 7, 
244 n; of Hardres (1542), 11, 399 ; 
Sir William, 14, 8 ; painful story of, 
4,54. 

Hardweyne, William, Leeds Priory, 2, 
64. 

Hardwick, Archdeacon, 4, 64. 

Hardwicke, Philip Yorke, Earl of, a 
Kentish Chancellor, 5, 40. 

Hardy, John (1522), 12, 425, 426. 

Hardy, Dean of Rochester, 15, 112 ; 
Rev. T., W., 16, 222 ; Thomas, of 
London, 13, 293 ; T. Duffus, on Rev. 
Lambert Larking, 7, 323. 

Hardyman, Dionyse, of Faversham, 
18, 105 ; Rev. John, 13, 426, 447 ; 
Katherine, 18, 17 ; Robert, ib. 

Hardyng, Clement (1495), 16, 290, 
308. 

Hardys, see Hardres. 

Hare, Bonham, 15, 270; Hugh lc, 286 ; 
Johanna, 286. 

Hareflete, Thos., 11, 403. 

Harelakynden, see Harlackenden. 

Haremare, 1, 109. 

Harengod, see Heringod. 

Harenhelle, see Hernehill. 

Harewell, ville in Calehill Hundred. 
12, 219. 

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INDEX TO VOLS. I.« — XVIII. 



Harebell, John de, 14. 330. 
II a re wood Church, Yorks, 1, 86. 
Harfleet, Sir Thomas, 15, 13. 
Ilarflete alias Set vans, Elizabeth, 18, 

23 ; Hugh, 44; Thomas, 23. 
Hargost. in Wales, 4, 239 n. 
Hargb.es, William de, 6, 243. 
Harietsham, Thomas, of Leeds Priory, 

2, 04. 
Harige, field in Sheldwich (1198), 1, 

263. 
Harince, Thomas, 18, 219. 
Haringhame, 12, 222. 
Haringod, or Ilarengod, see Heringod. 
Harison, Rev. Wm., lord Cobham's 

chaplain, 12. 155. 
Hariz, John (dead, in 1246), 2, 295; 

Sarah, his widow, wife of Jollan de 

Nevill, ib. 
Harkard, Catherine, 18, 27 ; Richard, 

ib. 
Harker, Mr., 16, 192. 
Harlackenden, family of, Woodchurch, 

14, 358-361 ; allied to Elys, 15, 5. 
Harlackenden (Harlakendenne, Har- 

lakinden, Harlak}'nden, Harlakyn- 

denne, Herlackenden), Amanda de, 

13, 315, 316; 14, 249; Deborah, 
64-5, 350; Elizabeth, 352; Henrv, 
10, lxxxvii ; Juliana, 13, 314, 318; 
Margaret, 14, 352 ; Martin, 14, 
64-5, 83, 350; Moises, 13, 314, 
315, 318 ; 14, 249 ; Roger, H, 395 ; 

14, 350-1 ; Thos., churchwarden of 
Ashford, 8, 103 ; Thomas, 14, 349, 
352; Walter, 18, 40; William de, 
13, 315-316, 318 ; 14, 249, 351. 

Harlackenden, boro' of, 12, 222. 

Harlestone, family, 18, 90 n ; allied 
to Gibbon, 14, 84 ; arms and pedi- 
gree of, 4, 257 ; Rev. Samuel (1568- 
1616), 14, 130; 18, 90; Simon, 
mayor of Fordwich (1620), 88, 90 ; 
(mayor 1632), 88 ; Thomas (mayor 
1630), 88, 90; (mayor 1656), 88; 
(mayor 1633), 88. 

Hurley, Psalter, 13, 72. 

Barley, Wm. (Eastchurch, 1651), 14, 
386. 

Hirloke, John, churchwarden of Dept- 
ford, 8, 141. 

Harlowe's (mayor of Rochester) ac- 
counts (1578-80), 2, 73, 76, 84. 

Harlsey, Thomas, Leeds Priory, 2, 64. 

Harlsey (Harrysley, Earysley), John 
of Canterbury, 16, 291, 293, 294, 
296, 297, 301," 305, 306, 317. 

Harman, allied to Lovelace, 10, 193, 
I'M, 216; Elizabeth, 16, 118; 
Harry, 11, 396; Mary (oh. 1533), 
10, 193, 194, 216 ; Mary, 14, 9G ; 



Richard, 9, cii ; 14, 96; 18, 35; 

Thomas (of Crayford), 8, 135; (of 

Cranbrook), 11, 400 ; (church goods' 

commissioner), 18, 328; William, 

11, J02. 
Harman alias Pierce, Silvester, 18, 

35. 
Harmere, William, T., 3, 85. 
Harmony of fhe Gospels, in Rochester 

Priory Library (1202), 3, 61. 
Harneden, John, 14, 26; (Smarden), 

9, 22S, 231. 
Harnett, George (1025), 14. 99. 
Harold, Richard, 18, 19. 
Harold, John, 18, 19. 
Earoward, Thomas (Rrookland), 8, 

111. 
Harpeden, Sir John, 5, 121; 11, 99, 

140. 
Harpelee, Rev. Hugh de, 13, 362, 

477. 
Harper, John, 18, 58; Margerv, 14, 

99; Sir George (1554), 3, 180; 8, 

87; 14,295; 11, 141, 143. 
Harper, Richard, a judge, with SS. 

collar, 1, 85. 
Ilarpere, Simon le (Dene, 1252), 2, 

310. 
Harpsden, Sir John, 5, 121. 
Harpsfield, Archdeacon of Canterbury 

(1554-9), 1, 76; 14, 165 ; 18, 429. 
Harpur, Agnes le, 11, 312 ; Sir John, 

276; William le, 312. 
Harre, John, 15, 334. 
Harrendene, Rev. Edward, 16, 86. 
Harries alias Gurnes, John (Dartford, 

1477), 18, 395. 
Harrietsham (Hariottson, Herietsham 

Herrietsham, Henry Etisham), 1 

8, 129 ; 9, xxxiv, 162, 163 ; 10, 141 
142 ; 12, 231, 232 ; 18, 20, 32 
Northwode's lands in, 2, 24, 36, 37 
extent of the manor (1263), 3, 264 
Rector of, 14, 357 ; rood-screen 
371 ; fines relating to, 11, 311, 320 
14, 245-6, 251, 271. 

Harrington, James, 15, 249 ; John, 
13, 95-6; Mr. (1649), 5, 113. 

Harriot, Rev. Richard, 16, 113. 

Harriott, Joan, 18, 33 ; Robert, ib. 

Harris's History of Kent, 10, 113. 

Harris (Haris, Harres), George, 18, 
34; Joan, ib. ; John (plate), 17, 299 ; 
Joyce, 123, 125, 129, 130, 132 ; Lord, 

9, lx ; Miss Frances, 11, 176, 177; 
lion. Marv Jane, 16, 73 ; Sir Paul, 
18,374; Pierce, 17, 117; Thomas, 
12, 425 ; 17, 207 ; William, 202-3, 
207. 

Harris, John, 13, 494; on Erith 
Church, 16, 209-24. 



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Harrison, Archdeacon Benjamin, 13, 
550; 17, 317; Benjamin, of Ight- 
hani, discovered palaeolithic irajile- 
ments, 2, 8 ; 9, liv, lv ; 15, 91, 98 ; 
Hugh, 18, 17; Isabella, ib.; James, 
(1580), 2, 82 ; Joanna, 18, 17. 

Harrison, Rev. J. B., on Great 
Mongeham Church, 16, lxii-lxv; 
extracts from its registers, 15, 
358. 

Harrison arms, impaling Deedes, 18, 
412. 

Harrison, allied to Dering, 10. 327. 

Harrison alias Nycolls, Dionisia, 18, 
17. 

Harrisou's Description of Britain, 6, 
52 n. 

Harritson, Thomas (Leeds Priory), 2, 
64. 

Harry, Elizabeth, 14, 62. 

Harrye, James, of Lydd (will, 1475), 
13, 449. 

Harryes, Jhon, servant at Minster 
Priory, 7, 305. 

Harrys, Edward, mayor of Paversham 
(1582), 6, 321; Richard, planted 
sweet cherry trees, 9, 130 ; Robert 
(1487), 18, 247. 

Harryse, John (Pluckley), 10, 289. 

Harryson, John, 18, 28 ; Margaret, 
ib. ; Nicholas (1504), 248 ; William 
(1523), 2, 169. 

Harst, Thomas, of Canterbury, 16, 
321 ; 17, 77. 

Hart (Harte), Ann, 16, 100; Eliza- 
beth, 11, 107 ; 15, 281 ; Elizabeth 
(nee Peche), 16, 104; Dame Eliza- 
beth, 108 ; Prances, 108 ; Sir George 
(ob. 1587), 108; Henry, 106; Sir 
Henry, 109 ; Capt. Henry Douglas, 
18, 415 ; Isabella, 11, 316 ; Jobanna, 

15, 302 ; John (of Holy Cross, Can- 
terbury), 8, 118; (of Ivychurch), 9, 
274 ; 13, 445 ; (of Middle Temple), 

16, 104 ; (of Canterbury), 8, 130 ; 

17, 82, 84; (of Romney Marsh), 
230 ; Mrs. (1665), 18, 122; Rev. Mr., 
5, 115; Nicholas, 8, 125; Parson 
(1649), 5, 113; Sir Percival (ob. 
1580), 5, 85, 99, 100; 9, 260; 12, 
125; 16, 104-6, 112; 17,227; 18, 
328; (ob. 1642), 16, 100, 107, 108; 

17, 355 ; (ob. 1700), 108, 109 ; Per- 
cival, Esq., of Lullingstone (1540), 
13, 378-9 ; Percival (ob. 1783), 16, 
100, 101, 109 ; Richard le, 14, 202 ; 
Capt. Richard and Hannah his wife, 

18, 415; Robert le, 14, 192, 195, 
197, 202 ; 15, 281, 300-1 ; Roger 
(1500), 16, 311 ; Sarah (nee Dixon), 
100,109; Simon le (1197), 1, 250; 



Thos., of Canterbury, 16, 290 ; 17, 
79; Walter, Bishop of Norwich, 7, 
243 ; William (1522), 12, 424 j (ob 
1671), 16, 108, 109 ; Rev. Win, 13, 
426 ; Wm. le, 15, 280, 300-2. 
Hart-Dyke, Octavius, 16, 111; Sir 
Percyval, 111; Rev. Thomas, 113; 
William, 111; Sir William ,100, 
111. 
Hartanger, 10, 120. 
Harte, Thomas, and his wife, brass of 

(1557), 13, 441. 
Hartford alias Betts, Maria, 18, 37. 
Hartheregge, Thomas, T., 4, 72. 
Hartie, Richard, a Royalist, 9, 47. 
Hartley, 6, 216, 217, 219; 12, 234; 
Church, 15, 276 ; Inventory of 
church goods, 9, 266; manor, 10, 
154 ; fines relating to, 11, 345 , 12, 
305. 
Hartley Row, 11, 246. 
Hartley (Hertle), Geoffrey de, 6, 217 ; 
Agnes and Gunnilda, his daughters, 
218; Nicholas de, W., 218; Walter 
and Wm., 219, 220. 
Hartlip (Herclepe, Hertelepe), 15, 11, 
107, 249, 310, 371 ; 17, 42, 160 ; 18, 
22, 28, 35 ; Roman villa at, 1, 146 ; 
10, 165, 168, 169, 183; Roman 
remains discovered by Mr. Bland, 2, 
xxxix ; extracts from the parish 
registers, 5, 228; inscriptions in the 
church and churchyard, 229, 230; 
Roman glass vessels, 9, 171 n ; In- 
clusus at, 11, 31 ; Rood-loft, 14, 
372 ; fines relating to, H, 334, 337 ; 
13, 309 ; 14, 244; 15, 270. 
Hartlip Place, 5, 231. 
Hartlip (Hertlepe), Adam, 13, 319; 
Alice, ib. ; John de, ib. ; John de, 
15, 267. 
Hartnar, Jhon, servant at Minster 

Priory, 7, 304. 
Hartridge, Dens, 18, 36 ; alias Sher- 

ington, Sarah, 36. 
Hart's Delight in Tunstall, 9, 299. 
Harty (Hertai), Isle of, 10, 137; 12, 
217, 218 ; 13, 12 ; fines relating to, 
1,233; 11, 341; 18, 337; extract 
from parish register, 6, 298 ; Haward 
monument, 299 ; Celts from, 9, 300 ; 
ancient church chest, 10, 77 ; church 
described, 80 ; hart of wax be- 
queathed to the church, 11, lxii ; 
Celtic remains from, 125 ; rood- 
screen, 14, 371. 
Harty-cum-Norton and Neweuham, 
manor of (i.e. Sayes Court), 10, 
137. 
Harvey (Harvy), allied to Dering, 10, 
338, 340; Elizabeth (1819), 18, 293; 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Daniel, 3, 174; George, 18, 22; 
Rev. Dr. Henry, 14, 130; 15, 240; 

Joan, 10. lxvii ; John, 14, 127-8; 

17, 356 ; Richd., 11, 342 ; Thomas, 
10, lxvii ; mayor of Faversham, 
lxxix : William' 11, 224. 

Harvey, Dr. William, 10, lxviii, xciii ; 

discovers circulation of the blood, 

xcvi-c. 
Uarward, Cockell,18,28; John (senr.), 

18. 28; (junr.),28; Reynold (1522), 
12, 425 ; Thomas, H, 403. 

Harwich, proverb, 9, 134. 

Harwood, Rev. James, 15, 218, 251 ; 
18, 397; Thomas, 424. 

Harynden, Thomas, churchwarden of 
Ebony, 8, 145. 

Haryn£re, Reginald de, 12, 225. 

Hasard, Win., 14, 263. 

Haselbergham, 11, 38. 

Uasele, John de, 13, 4G4. 

Haseley, John, 11, 396. 

Haseltcrove, William (Cheriton, 1440), 
18, 364. 

Haselhurst, Anne, 12, 412, 417; 
George or John, 417. 

Haselrig, Sir Arthur, 4, 183, 184. 

Haslewood, Rev. Fbas., on Sissiug- 
hurst Castle, 9, xci ; arranges mu- 
seum, cxvii ; Sniarden Church ac- 
counts, 224; on Smallhythe Church, 
14, 362 ; on Smarden Church, 18- 
34. 

Haslewood, allied to Dering, 10, 337. 

Hasliug arms and pedigree, 4, 254. 

Haspale, Godfrey de, 6, 237. 

Hassard, Sir John, 18, 425 ; Walter 
(1197), 1, 244. 

Hassell, Rev. AVilliam, 4, 102. 

Hassok, Rev. Thomas (1420), 16, 
290. 

Hastclitfe, Mr., 18, 236. 

Hasted's History of Kent, 2, 49 ; 4, 
13,221; 5,61,64,78,119,121,329; 
7, 191. New edition by Dr. 11. H. 
Drake, n viewed, 15, 373 ; 16. 440. 

Hasten, the Dane, 13, 185. 

Hasfcif, William, T, 3,94. 

Hasting, John, 18, 18. 

Hastinge, Mathew de, 12, 227; Wil- 
liam (Dartford, 1556), 2, 57. 

Hastinge aliaa Bandolf, Bibille, 18,18. 

Hastingleigh (Hastingele, Hastdngley), 
inventory of church goods (1552), 

9, 268; manor, 10, 134; knight's 
fee in, 12, 220. 

Hastingleigh, John de, W., 5,208,209. 

Hastiu - | 1 1 is1 ] agges, Easl rnges), 

13, 186, ;;<;: ; Castle ward, 6, 205; 

Fee of , 10, 125; 13, 355; ships of, 

10. 'xx ; rape of, 13. 321-3, 843; 



cinque port of, 14, li ; collegiate 

church of, Hi. 
Hastings arms, 10, 330 ; family, 15, 

13 ; John, son of Laurence de, 10, 

142 ; John de, Earl of Pembroke, 

270 ; John de, 14, 268, 271 ; 15, 14 ; 

Laurence, created Earl of Pembroke, 

1,3; Laurence de, 10, 274; William, 

lord de, 13, 323 ; William de, 15, 

13. 
Hastings and Abergavenny, Lord, 

husband of Juliana de Leyborne, 

1,8. 
Hastlin, Edward, 18. 30. 
Hastlin <Moa Darrell, Alice, 18, 30. 
Hastlyn, Robert, of Crayford, 8, 135. 
Hastow, see Halstow. 
Hastringes, Juliana, 14, 268, 271. 
Hasylherst, Ralph, of Posting, 10, 290. 
Hatch (Hatche), Bridget, 16, 74; 

Henry, 13, 93 ; 18, 18 ; Thomas, 

434; Wm., bellfounder, 9, 199; 18, 

35. 
Hatch, Joseph, 9, 199 ; 13, 130 ; 14, 

93, 345, 378 ; 17, 54 ; 18, 252 and n, 

353. 
Hatch the Bellfounder and 

Roses Faem iu Broomfield and 

Ulcombe, 18, 433-5. 
Hatcher, Lady Elizabeth, 11, 252, 291, 

294, 299; Henry, 294; Mr., of 

Careby, 252. 
Hat lies, see Haches. 
Hate, Tom, a companion of Pepys, 6, 

67. 
Hatfelde, see Hothfield, 12- 
Hatfield, 11, lxxxiv, 176, 205. 
Hatfield, Edmund, a Rochester monk, 

3, 53. 
Hathbrand, Prior, builds the kitchen at 

Christ Church, Canterbury, 7, 37 ; 

15, 22G. 
Hathwolding (Hathwoldenne), fines 

relating to, 6, 233 ; 13- 297 ; boro' 

in Eolvenden Hundred, 12, 221. 
Hathwolding, Roger de,6, 233. 
Hats (1(159-63), 17,326, 331, 341, 344, 

346, 350-2. 
Hatteghe, 15, 362. 
Hatton, arms of, 4, 253 ; House, Hol- 

born, 11, 231, 247. 
Hatton, Sir Christopher (Lord Hat- 
ton), 1638, 1, 58, 59 ; Esrn6\ Duke 

of Lenox, dies at his house in 

Northants, 1024, 11, 229. 
Hatton, Lady Elizabeth, 11, 234; 
Walter de, W., 5, 217 ; Sergeanl of 

Surrey, 2, 203; Rev. John, 16, 

112. 
Uauckyn, Joan, 14, 376; John, ib. 
Hamlin, see Hadlow. 



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Hauekyn, Johanna, 14, 244 ; Stephen 

and Thomas, ib. 
Hauke, John of Ighthara, 9, 274. 
Hauker, William, T., 3, 93. 
Haukeswell, see Hawkswell. 
Haulay, Nicholas de, 15, 277. 
Hanle, allied to Dering, 10, 328, 332, 

345; Bartholomew, 15, 367; Mr. 

(Mayor of Rochester, 1580), 2, 84. 
Haulo, see Hadlow. 
Hanlt of Wye and Maidstone, 15, 24. 
Haulton, Isabella, 11, 329 ; John de, 

a. 

Haustede, see Halstead. 

Haut (Haute, Hawte), family, 15, 

23-4, 28 ; allied to Dering, 10, 327 ; 

arms, 330; Alice (married Sir John 

Fogge), 2, 103; 5, 121, 128, 129; 

Alice, wife of Nicholas, 13, 338; 

Christiana, 15, 26 ; Dering de, 15, 

23 ; Edmund, 12, 176 ; Sir Edmund, 

13, 90; Eleanor, 12, 176, 371; 

Henry de, 10, 126, 127 ; Jane, d. of 

Sir Thomas, 12, 315 ; Joan, 5, 121 ; 

John, 15, 26 ; Lady Margaret, 11, 

399; Sir Nicholas, T., 3, 88; 

Nicholas, 13, 338; Richard de, 12, 

296 ; 15, 23 ; Sir Simon de, 9, 23 ; 

Sir William, 11, 394; and his 

two wives, 5, 129 n ; William, 218 ; 

7, 234; 10, 124, 127; 12, 296; 

18, 21. 
Haute's arms on Bethersden Church, 

16, 67 ; monument at Erith, 214. 
Hauteyne (Hautein), John, 11, 357 ; 

Leticia, 14, 272 ; Richard, 272 ; 

Sir Simon, temp. Edw. I., 2, 234. 
Haut's Bourne, 15, 24. 
Hauville (Hauuille), Adam de, 11, 

313; Isabella, 314; Margeria, 313, 

314, 334, 335 ; 12, 303 ; 13, 299 ; 

Robert de, 11, 313, 314, 334, 335 ; 

12, 303 ; 13, 299. 
Haveioy, John (1522), 12, 427. 
Havercroft, Thomas (Dartford, 1404), 

18, 394. 
Haverford Castle, 16, 28. 
Havering at the Bower, Essex (John 

Morton's lands, 1523), 2, 173. 
Havering and Haverenges, Matilda, see 

Averenches. 
Haward arms and pedigree, 6, 296, 

297; monuments, 299, 300; see 

Hay ward. 
Hawberk, Sir Nicholas, H, 89-92, 

140. 
Hawckewoode, i.e. Hawkwood, q.v. 
Hawes, George, 3, 152; Elizabeth, 

16, 73. 
Hawke, John of Hastingleigh, 9, 268. 
Hawker, Andrew (1488), 10, 318, 



319; Elianore, 12, 425; John of 
Challock, 8, 127. 

Ilnwkes, allied to Lovelace, 10,217; 
Margaret, heir of Nicholas, 16, 71. 

Hawkhurst (Hawkherst), 4, 108 «; 
11, 23, 36; 14, 323-4; 18, 16, 24, 
25, 26, 29, 33-37, 40, 89; den of, 
perambulated, 5, 79; its manorial 
relations with Battle Abbey, 9, 241 ; 
fines relating to, 11, 314 ; 15, 297 ; 
brief for, 14, 209 ; church chest, 
5, 74 ; register, ib. ; incumbents, 
01 n, 64 n, 78 n ; church, 9, civ, 
240-65; engraved, 240, 249, 250, 
251 ; fair, 244 ; cross, 245 ; parish 
clerk, 245 ; moor, 245 ; dimensions 
of church, 246-8 ; notes from 
church records, 5, 55; church- 
wardens' accounts (1515-1714), ib. ; 
treading of the Five Dens, 79. 

Hawkhurst, Margeria, dau. of William 
de, 10, 139 ; Richard, 15, 363. 

Hawkin, Wm., 18, 403. 

Hawkinge (Hawkynge), 12, 214, 215; 
18, -145 ; inventory of church goods 
(1552), 9, 268; manor, 10, 130; 
church, lv, cvi ; Ward, cxi. 

Hawkinge, John, T., 3, 89 ; John de 
Wingham (1252), 2, 307. 

Hawkins, Agnes, 18, 27 ; Henry of 
Nash Court, Boughton, 89 ; John 
(1493), 14, 355 ; Robert, 18, 36. 

Hawktns, Dr., Provost of Oriel, on 
monuments in Rochester Cathedral, 
11, 1-9 ; 13, 141-3. 

Hawle, Sir William, 7, 290. 

Hawks and Hawking (1648-56), 15, 
175, 176, 182, 188, 190, 191, 198. 

Hawkshill Close, 13, 13. 

Hawksworth, Dr., 13, 152, 165. 

Hawkswell, 10, 132; 11, 331; Isa- 
bella de, 10, 132 ; Peter de, 12, 
220. 

Hawkwood, Rochester Admiralty 
Court, held at (1578), 2, 81. 

Hawkwood, Sir John, 11, 89. 

Hawkyns, Richard, 17, 29. 

Hawkysby, Thomas, 17, 107. 

Hawland, Sussex (seat of the Pelhams), 
15, 168, 191, 198-9, 201, 215. 

Hawlay, Thomas (Clarenceux), 5, 247. 

Hawley, Rev. Charles, discovers heart- 
shrine in Leybourne Church, 5, 130. 

Hawley, near Dartford, 5, 23. 

Hawley, Sutton, 3, 235. 

Hawling, see Hailing. 

Hawlot, Richard, 16, 317. 

Hawte, see Haute. 

Hawton, Mr. (1577), 10, 202. 

Hay, price of (1660), 17, 334-5, 341, 
340. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Ilav (Have, Haia, llava), de la, 11, 
310, 345 ; George, 18, 23 ; John, 
12, 229 ; Rohaisia, 1, 228 ; Stephen, 
5, 197 ; 12, 216 ; William, 10, 139 ; 
of Beaumunaeston, 133 ; (1180), 2, 
30. 

Haycomplaynte, Joauu i, 16, 89. 

Haydon, Dorothy, 11, 107, 108 ; Sir 
Henry, 11, 107. 

Hayes (Heyes, Hese), 13, 148, 258, 
374,378; 15, 95, 100-1, 177, 192, 
199, 201, 220, 225; inventory of 
church goods (1552), 9, 208 ; com- 
mon, 13, 12, 13, 15 ; population, 374; 
palaeolithic implements at, 18, 305 ; 
fines relating to lands in, 12, 296, 
297, 303 ; 13, 303 ; 15, 279. 

Hayes, Rev. Richard (1590), 16, 290 ; 
Wm. of Cobham, 9, 49 ; Win., 18, 
332 ; Mr., 155. 

Hayle Place, 15, 75 ; Roman anti- 
quities found at, 2, 146. 

Hayman, Sir Henry, 17, 363 ; John, 
brief for, 14, 209. 

Haymond, allied to Dering, 10, 327. 

Hayne, Thanet, 12, 385. 

llaynez, Robert, Vicar of Braborne, 

8, no. 

llayroun, John, 14, 266 ; Juliana, ib. 

Ha}'sden manor, 16, 56. 

Hayt, Thomas, T., 3, 89. 

Hayton, Thomas of Lydd (1484), 13, 

450. 
Hay ward, Edward, 16, 69, 82 ; Henry 

le, 347; John, 11, 412; Sir Johu, 

8, 83 ; Lawrence, 12, 421 ; Richard, 

421 ; Sir Rowland, 17, 202-3, 207 ; 

Stephen, 12, 421 ; Thomas, 18, 424 ; 

William, 12, 421. 
Hay ward (Hayway), Richard, 11,399. 
Haywood, Mr., 17, 228. 
Hazlitt's Proverbs quoted, 9, 117, 122, 

129, 131-3. 
Head (Heued), Alice, 14, 244; Ann, 

11G ; Ann (Mrs. Egerton), 117 ; 

Ann Gabriel, 117 ; Anne, 15, 37 ; 

Archdeacon Sir John (1701-69), 5, 

IK) and »; 14, 116-7, 123, 130, 
132-3,357; 18, 367; Sir Edmund, 

14, 116; Elizabeth, 116; Elizth., 

15, S3 j Kli/.lh. Campbell, 14, 117 ; 
Frances, L16-7; Francis (1641-78), 
116,124; 17,74; Francis Blendes, 
14, 117; Sir Francis (1670-1716), 
L16-7, 12:!. L32; 15, 37; Sir Fran- 
cis (ob. 1768), 5, 110 H ; 14, 117; 
sir Francis Bond I L838), 1 17 ; Geo., 
l L6-7 ; Henry, I L6-7 ; James, third 
son of Sir Francis, 5, ll 11 "; James, 
14, 117; James Roper Mendes, 
117; Jane („b. 171"), 116; Jemina 



(Mrs. Brydges), 117; John, 116, 
241; Margaret, 116-7; Merrick, 
116; 15,33; Richard of Rainham, 
14, 116; Sir Richard (ob. 1689), 
116-7, 123-130; 15, 33; (1094- 
1721), 14, 116-7, 130; Samuel, 
117; Sarah, 116-7, 124, 132; Tho- 
masine, 117. 

Headcorn (Hedcorn, Hedgrone, Hot- 
cron), 10, 141; 12,231, 232; 13, 
10 ; 14, xxxix ; 18, 26, 40 ; T., 4, 
80; Kent's Chantry, 15, 14 ; church, 
14, xli ; rood-screen, 371 ; fines of 
lands in, 11, 348 ; 14, 278. 

Headen, Rich, de, 14, 276. 

Headenne, Richard, T., 4, 71, 72, 73, 
74. 

Heales, Major Alfred, E.S.A., on 
Crayford Church, 18, 319 ; on St. 
Paul's Cray Church, 279. 

Hean, Hundred of, 10, 126 ; 12, 210, 
213; 13, 352. 

Heantry, 13, 354. 

Hear, watch at, 8, 310. 

Heardson, John (1580), 5, 114. 

Heare, Laurence le, 10, 225 ; 14, 188, 
192 ; Walter le, 199. 

Hearinge, Mr., 11, 393. 

Hearne, Mr., letter to, 18, 239. 

Heart, burial of the, separate from the 
body, 5, 139, 161. 

Heart-shrine in Leybourne Church, 5, 
133. 

Heart-shrines at Brabourue, Ley- 
bourne, and St. Alban's, 10, 6-8. 

Hearth tax (1674), All Saints, 12, 
402; Birchington, 408; Monkton, 
397; Ramsgate, 374; Sarre, 402; 
St. Lawrence, 374; St. Nicholas, 402; 
summar}^ of all Thanet, 408 n. 

Heath, David, 15, 272 ; Sir John, 11, 
liv, 286. 

Heath, Archbishop Nicholas, 15, 219, 
238-9, 242 ; 17, 72. 

Heath, Sir Robert of Brasted, Chief 
Justice, 5, 32, 33. 

Heathcote, Thomas, Rector of Stone 
(L772), 3, 101. 

Heat hfield in Sussex, Jack Cade 
killed at, 7, 243. • 

Ileathlield, allied to Osborne, 5, 228. 

Heathen land in Natington, 10, 116. 

Heathorne, Mr., 4, 115. 

Heaton, Rov. Henry, 13, 459. 

Heaven and Paradise, chambers at 
( lanterburj Priory, 7, 119. 

Hebbenge, Rev. William, 13, 444. 

Heberden, George (l)artford, 1826), 

18, 397, 
Hebynton, see Heppington. 
Bee, William del (1271), 6, 244. 



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Heoohisden'e, 16, 66 ; William, ib. 
Hechindenn, William do (Bminden, 

1251), 2, 306. 
Hecham, see lligham . 
Heckstalls family, 13, 128. 
Hecsted, Robert de (his laud in Cob- 
ham, 1197), 1, 251. 
Heda, see Hythe. 
Hedd, Ann, 17, -±7 ; Thomas, ib. 
Hedelynge (?), lathe of, 12, 207. 
liedersete, Cecilia, 15, 303 ; Simon, 

ib. 
Hedges, William, arms of, 16, 214. 
Hedham, John de, of Dartford, 9, 295. 
Heere, William of Romney, 17, 23. 
Heg (Hegh, Hegge), Philip le (1271), 

6, 237; Roger (1522), 12, 426; 

Walter de la, 241, ; 15, 290-1. 
Heggingeworth, Alice, 11, 338 ; Peter 

de, ib. 
Heghardres, see High Hardres. 
Heghisdale, 12, 185. 
Heghorne, see Eythorne. 
Heghtresbury, Wm., Rector of Ick- 

ham (1354), 14, li, 121, 127. 
Heighani, Norfolk, Roman coffin, 9, 

172 n. 
Heilesdonne, 10, 273. 
Heilli, co. Tipperary, 16, 21. 
Heklyng, John, a monk (1511), 10, 

lxvii. 
Hekstede, John de, 15, 306. 
Hekymour, William, 10, 121. 
Helde, Henry de la (1260), 3, 251; 

Richard (1522), 12, 424. 
Heldehey, La, 18, 342. 
Heldham, Sara and Peter de, 11, 318. 
Heldeman, John, T., 3, 83 ; Thomas, 

T., 82. 
Helds, William, 18, 93. 
Hele, Sergeant, 11, 216. 
Helena, Empress (coin found at 

Rochester), 18, 194. 
Heleslethtre, Robert, 18, 344. 
Helewoldyng, Christina de, 11, 319 ; 

William de, ib. 
Helewys, Henry, son of (1270), 5, 

301. 
Helgise, 3, 143 ; see Walcot. 
Helgthe, Alexander de (1270), 5, 301, 

302. 
Helham, see Elham. 
Helia, the steward, VV., 6, 201. 
Helias, Prior of Rochester, 3, 52, 63. 
Heligoland, chaplain at, 16, 95. 
Helinandus, monk of Beauvais, 12, 

238. 
Heline, Richd., H, 250. 
Helintou, see Allington. 
Helle, Hugh de la (Fleet manor), 5, 

292 ; Walter de la (1263), 3, 253. 



Hollos manor, 15, 14; ancient 

chapel ry, 16, 21. 
Hollos family, 15, 12-14; Henry do, 

13, 293 ; 'Sir Henry de, 15,' I !• ; 

Margaret, 287 ; Theobald do ( 1252), 

2, 307; Theobald de, 13, 116; 
Thos. de, T., 9, 301 ; Thomas de, 
13, 293 ; William de, 15, 287. 

Ilellicar, Rev. A. G., 17, 309. 
Helman, John, at Minster Priory, 7. 

305. 
Helman, 6, 28 and n. 
Helmes at Romney, 13, 355. 
Helmestede, see Elmstedo. 
Helthe, see Ilylth. 
Helto, "Faucill," W., 4, 214. 
Helveot, proverb, 9, 134. 
Helya of Chilham, W., 4, 205. 
Hemenhale, Alice, 15, 274; Sir 

Robert, 11, 87; Stephen de, 15, 

274; William, 11, 87. 
Hemfrey, William, 15, 309. 
Hemmesby, Richard de (Saltwood, 

1361), 18, 426. 
Hemminge (Hemmyng), Henry, T., 

3, 92; Margaret, 18, 23; Walter, 
ib. 

Hemmyngs, Rev. Mr., 13, 448. 
Hemp Hagh, in Broomfield, 18, 251. 
Hemp Hall, 18, 82, 89. 
Hempson, Mr., at Rochester, 6, 67. 
Hempsted in Beueuden, 14, 3, 5, 15- 

17, 58, 322 ; manor, 10, 139 ; 14, 

5 ; place, 10, 240. 
Hempsted, Eustace de, 11, 322 ; 

Matilda, 13, 308; Robert de, 10, 

139 ; Robert de and Cecilia his 

wife, 11, 322; Simon de, 13, 308. 
Hemwold and Hoo, q.v., 2- 
Hemyngherst, Johu, murdered, T., 3, 

84. 
Henagis, probably Hencgest, 8, 175. 
Hencgest I., descent from Woden, 8, 

19 ; arrives in Britain, 31 ; see 

Henagis. 
Hencgest II. (nephew of Hencgest I.), 

8, 31-33. 
Hende, Elizabeth, 13, 371 ; Gresilda, 

371; John, 4, 75, 84; 13, 371. 
Hcndeley, Thomas, annuitant of Leeds 

Priory, 2, 57. 
Henderson, Rev. Joseph, R., 16, 94. 
Hendley arms, 3, 143; 13, 135; 

Elizabeth, 130, 133; Sir Walter, 1, 

172; 13, 130, 133. 
Hendon (Henden) in Woodchurch, 5, 

33 ; 14, 359. 
Hendon, Sir Edward, a Baron of the 

Exchequer, 5, 33 ; John of Bidden- 

den, 11, 400; Sir John, 17, 387; 

John, 16, 313 ; 17, 103. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. XVIII. 



Hendyman, John. Prior of Mottonilen, 
2, 59 ; Thomas (1522), 12, 422. 

Heneage, Sir Thomas, 4, 1%; 11, 
228. 

Henekar, William, 15, 335-7. 

Heneworth, Thomas, 18, 370. 

Henfield, Christopher (1516), 17, 20. 

Hengist and Horsa, 13, 183 ; see 
Hencgest. 

Hengles (Heng), four pairs used at 
Rochester Castle, 2, 128. 

Hengrave manor, Thanet, 12, 377. 

Hengselle, see Hiuxhill. 

Henherst, 10, 1-49 ; 14, 34-8 ; Gilbert 
de, 10, 149. 

Ilenill, John, a setter-mason, 2, 124. 

Henley (Henele), 14, 62; John de, 
10, 153; Thomas, 3, 180; 8, 87; 
14, 295; (1561), 17, 216; Mr., 
22 7. 

Ilenman, John (1522), 12, 425. 

Hennaker, William, 18, 17. 

llennere, John, T., 3, 89. 

Hennor, Rev. Henrv, 13, 465. 

Hen-rent, 9, 241, 242. 

Henrietta Maria, Queen, 12, 55, 82-5 ; 
17,382,384; first meets Charles I. 
at St. Augustine's, Canterbury, 4, 
58. 

Henrison, "Win., chantry priest, 13, 
545. 

Henry (of Aylesford, Abbot of Battle), 
9,242; (Canon of Baieux, W.), 4, 
211; (of Cornhull, Sheriff of Kent, 
W.), 218; (Prior of Cumbwell), 5, 
212; 6, 203 ; (son of Eilnod, W.), 
203; (son of Samelin, W.), 4, 
208 ; (of Norlant, W.), 216 ; (of 
Huntingdon, a chronicler), 8, 34, 
37, 39, 40 ; (of Thorneham,so-£>i>«*, 
W.), 5, 219. 

Henry I , grants Dover Collegiate 
Church to Archbishop Corboil, 4, 
5; grants a quarry in Normandy 
towards the building of Dover 
Priory ; Herbert, his chamberlain, 
the ancestor of the Finches, 121 ; 
Aid " pur fille marier," 10, 101. 

Henry II., 4, 209; 5, 20; 6, 2; his 
great seal, 4, 209 ; aid for marriage 
of his daughter Maud, 10. 101; 
charter to Horton Priory, 274; at 
Beckett tomb, 13. 503-7. 
Henry III., peculiarity of his walls at 
Rochester, 2- 68-70; takes Blham 
in: r from sir Roger de Leyburn, 

5, L67 : restore., it to him, ib. ; 
makes him his own steward, 170; 
division of Law Courts in his reign, 
20; his expeditions to Gascony 
used as epochs for dating charters, 



6, 220 » ; aid for marriage of his 
sister Isabel, 10, 103 ; aid for mar- 
riage of his daughter Margaret, 104 ; 
for knighting his eldest son, 104, 
107 ; charters to Domus Dei, Dover, 
exxxv-vii ; at Canterbury, 13, 510-1. 

Henry IV., Gower's panegyric on, 6, 
93, 94 ; examination of his tomb in 
Canterbury Cathedral, 8, 294 ; aid 
for marriage of his daughter Blanche, 
10, 107 ; at Canterbury, 13, 516. 

Henry V., funeral mass performed 
over his bodv at Dartford, 18, 391. 

Henry VI., 11, 359, 361, 363; 17, 
183-4 ; Kentish complaints against 
his councillors, 7, 240; the King 
proceeds against the insurgents, ib. 

Henry VII. visits Rochester, 6, 48; 
list of Kentish gentlemen in his 
reign, 11, 394. 

Henry VIII., 14, 9-11; a "man of 
Kent," 1, 30 ; his spoliation of the 
church, 2, 177 ; grants Dover Priory 
to the See of Canterbury, 4, 7 ; 
gives gates of Boulogne to Sir Tho- 
mas Hardres, 44. 47 ; visits Hardres 
Court, 48,49; gives his dagger to 
Sir T. Hardres, 49 ; visits Rochester, 
6, 50 ; list of contributors to a loan 
for the King, 11, 398 ; crosses to 
and from Calais (1532), 17, 27. 

Henrv, son of James I., visits Roches- 
ter and Chatham, 6, 55, 57. 

Henry de Insula; see Insula, Henry 
de. 

Henry, AVilliam, 11, 334. 

Hensell, John, 5, 80. 

Henshaw arms, 10, 330 ; Thomas, 11, 
271. 

Henslow, Professor, 15, 375. 

Henwood (Henwode), Hewitt, 16, 
167 ; John, T., 3, 82-84. 

Ilenxcell, John, T., 3, 92. 

Henxden, Wm., 11, 375. 

Hepborne, Rev. John, 16, 87. 

Heppington (Hebj'nton), manor. 10, 
1 IS. 

Heptaconch, 10, c.ii. 

lleraclius, coin of, from Sarre, 3, 38. 

Heralds wear silver collars of SS., 1, 
93. 

Heraldry, books on, 11, 249, 279 ; see 
armorial bearing, badges, seals, etc. 

Hermit, Ann, 15, 37; Martha, ib. ; 
Rev. Dr. Louis (Canon of Canter- 
bury), ib.\ Mary, ib. ; Susanna, ib. 

Herbert (Archdeacon of Canterbury), 
4, 212 ; (Chaplain of Pluckley, W.), 
6, 211 ; (the eleemosinary, W.), 5, 
202. 

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bert), 4, 121 ; George, prebendary 
of Leighton Bromswold, 12. 65 ; 
Lord, 10, lxxii ; Lady Mary, 12, 
72-74; Richard (1203)', 3, 255, 257; 
Robert, rector of Boughton Aluph, 

14, 280. 

Herbert alias Fynche, 4, 121 ; 13, 
323 ; see Finchc. 

Herbetone, 12, 232. 

llerbst, M., on funereal practices of 
the Northmen, 6, 182 ». 

Herbylton in Harrietshain, 10, 141. 

Hordes, Thomas (Marshal at Canter- 
bury Priory), 2, 59 ; Thomas, 11, 
399. 

Herdson family, 10, lxvii, cxvii, cxxii- 
iii. 

Herdson, Thomas, 18, 30. 

Herdson aZf'as Whitehorne, Katherine, 
18, 30. 

Herdyngton, rector of, 14, 278. 

Here, Elizabeth, daughter of Robert 
(wife of Sir Ralph Spigurnell), 2, 
21 ; Joan, daughter of Robert Here 
of Paversham, marries John de 
Northwode (1350), 2, 20, 21 ; Wal- 
ter le (Dene, 1252), 302. 

Herebryth, 13, 183. 

Hereford, deanery of, 14, 163 ; pre- 
bend of, 128, 133, 163 ; Bishop of, 

15, 253; Dean of, 237; Earls of, 
374; Earl of (1292), 16, 31. 

Hereford, Agnes, 13, 293 ; Hugh de, 
293-9; Humphrey de E-., Earl of, 
15, 41 ; Ralph, Archdeacon' of (a 
judge, 1195), 1, 231-253; Rev. 
Robert, 13, 4G4 ; Roger of, W., 5, 
202. 

Herefordshire, briefs for places in. 14. 
182, 212, 221. 

Herefred, father of Hamo, 4. 210. 

Herein', Wm. of Dartford, 9, 294. 

Hereward, Alexandra, 15, 297 ; John, 
14,252; Richard, 12, 210. 

Herewood, John (Dartford), 9, 289. 

Hereword, Henry, 14, 188, 200 ; 
Richard, 200; Thomas, 200; Wil- 
liam, 3, 252 ; 14, 200. 

Herford (query Hertford), Earl of, 10, 
140. 

Heriat (Herierd), Alice de, wife of 
Richard (Little Dartford, 1195), 1, 
231 ; 5, 279, 281 n ; Richard de 
(1195), ib. ; Richard de, a judge 
(1196), 1, 229-31, 233-8, 240-3, 
246-9, 251-5, 257-9, 275; (1199- 
1202), 2, 239. 

llerieteshan, see Harrietsham. 

Herindenn granted to Cumbwell, 5, 
207 ; in Sandhurst, 6, 191 and n. 

Heriug (Heryng), John (1160), 10. 



321 ; Nicholas, 14, 338 ; Reymund, 

11, 321 ; Richard, 10, 131; Wil- 
liam of Leeds Priory, 2- 57. 

Heriug Court manor, 10, 128. 
IIerinu r od family, allied to the Eardres, 

4, 46. 

Ileringod (Harengod, Haringod, Her- 
ingaud), Christiana, 10, 126 ; 15, 
8; Grace, d. and coli. of Stephen, 

5, 323 ; Stephen de, inq. p. in. 
(1257), 3, 244 ; Stephen de, Romncy 
Marsh, 5, 284, 286; (Wisteston), 
285 ; Stephen, John his son, and 
Wymarc his wife, 10, 275 ; Stephen, 
12,214; Thos., 13, 321; William, 
son and heir of Stephen (1257), 3, 
245 ; William, 15, 13. 

Herland, William, sells brass-work, 2, 
119. 

Herlicum, Wm., 12, 237. 

Herlisum (or Herlvson), Reginald, 10, 
157 ; 11, 323. 

Herlyngge, Peter de, 14, 250. 

Herman, Henry, 18, 411 ; Peter, 8, 
86. 

Hermanaric, King of the Ostrogoths, 
8, 23. 

Hermar, Thomas, W. (Tudely, 1171), 
2, 231. 

Hermenard, William (Trianstone, 
1252), 2, 306. 

Hermesland in Pordwich, 18, 90. 

Hermits, 11, 31. 

Heme (Hyerne), 12,5; Roper's lands 
in, 2, 168; his bequest to the church, 
153 ; church font, 3, 144; a pen- 
sioned vicar (144^), 10, 56; passion 
play at, 13, 223-225; rood-screen, 
14, 370-1 ; fines of lands in, 11, 334 ; 

12, 301; 13, 293, 302, 320; 14, 
279-80; 15, 304; Mr. Milles of, 
18, 05. 

Heme, Martin de (1263), 3, 257: 

Rev. Richard de, 17, 64. 
Hernehill (Harnhille, Harnhulle), 6, 

229 n ; 13, 329 ; 14, 202 ; 15. 251 ; 

18, 113; vicar of (1360), 10, Ivii ; 

rood-screen, 14,370; fines of lands 

in, 11, 350 ; 13, 307 ; 14, 275, 

280; 15, 308; 18, 337, 351. 
Herodotus on lake dwellings of the 

Pa;onians, 4, 40. 
Heron, Gilbert, Vicar of Elmstead, 8, 

147 ; John, 15, 367 ; Mr., 3, 173, 

176. 
Heronden (in Tenterdcn), 14. II s - 

52, 348. 
Heronden, Martha, 14, 64-5, 78; 

Stephen, 65, 78. 
Heronry at Chilham, H, 368. 
Heroun, Richard, 11, 354. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Herries, Ann, Lady, 16, 116; Sir 
Arthur, ib. 

Herring, see Canterbury, Archbishops 
of. 

Herring, Rev. J., 15, 358-60; Philip 
de (12501, 2, 301; Reymund, 11, 
321; Samuel. 15, 359; Rev. Tho- 
mas, 16, 126 ; see Hering. 

Herrings presented to the Lord War- 
den, 9, lxvi. 

Herrvs, Reygnold of Molash, 10, 283. 

Herschel, Sir Jno., Win, Fred., of 
Hawkhurst, 9, 265. 

Herst (Herste), see Hurst. 

Hersting, East (Heurv de Scornes to 
J. and T. de Fugeleston, 1197), 1, 
251. 

Herstling "Wood, 10, cviii. 

Hersyng Marsh in Iwade, 1, 128, 129. 

Hert, see Hart. 

Hertangre, see Hartanger. 

Hertesdon, land of, 5, 206. 

Hertesdun, Moses of, 6, 217. 

Hertesdunesfeld, 6, 217. 

Hertford, Earl of (38 Hen. III.), 12, 
221 ; {see Clare) ; Edw. Seymour, 
Karl of, 11, 184, 220, 227, 231; 
Frances, Countess of, 220, 235 ; 
Walter (1451), 10, 316; Sir Wil- 
liam, third Earl and first Marquis 
of, 11, 234, 235. 

Hertfordshire, briefs for places in, 14, 
182-3, 209-10, 220. 

Herth-staf, an iron used in Rochester 
Castle, 2, 129, 130. 

Hertpol, Galfridus de (1305), 10, 225; 
Geoffrey de, 14, 187. 

Hertlepeshelle, Agnes, 14, 242, 244, 
255 ; John de, 242, 244, 251, 255. 

Heryetesham, set- Harrietsham. 

Hesebeth, John de (1320), 18, 363; 
Robert de (Cheriton, 1318), 362, 
363. 

Hesden, Peter de, W., 6, 216. 

Hese, see Hayes. 

II selarton, Sir Thomas de, 15, 17. 

Hesele, Adam de, 12, 236. 

II - 11, William, a Kentish Ikiron of 
Exchequer, 5. 27. 

Hesilt, William, 18. - ss 

Hestvnges, Rev. John, 16, 80. 

Het, Thomas le I L269), 5, 299. 

Hethe, John, 14. 320; Thomas I Wool- 
wich), 7,235. 

Eel he, tee 1 1 \ t lie. 

Hetherington, Ralph, 18, 18; Tho- 
mas, ib. 

Heton arms, 10- 330. 

B Agnes, 12, 216. 

Heveningham, Henry (of Thetford), 
11. 281, 290 



Hever (Heaver, Heuere, Heure), 11, 
310; 15, 238; 18, 25, 33, 31; the 
Society's meeting at, 7, xli ; manor, 
11, 319, 357; parson of, 13, 299; 
fines of land in, 14, 243 ; 18, 352. 

Hever in Kingsdown and the Love- 
laces, see Kingsdown. 

Hever Castle, 1, 118 ; 7, xli ; 14, 55 ; 
16, 50. 

Hover Church, brasses in, 1, 120; 
granted to Cumbwell, 6, 209, 213 ; 
Robt. de Bristol, chaplain, 211 ; 
presentation of Constantine do 
Mildehale, 215. 

Hever, Alesia de, 18, 352 ; Hawisa, 
11,333; 15,376; Hugh and Wil- 
liam, W., 6, 210 ; Katherine de, 18, 
348, 351; Lawrence, 9, 274; 13, 
455 n ; Michael de, 18, 348, 351 ; 
Ralph de, 10, 144; 11, 333; 15, 
376 ; heirs of Thomas de, 10, 144 ; 
Sir Thos. de, 18, 352. 

Hever, William de, 15, 10 ; son of 
Walter de, 6, 209. 

Hevyhatche, Agnes, 15, 303 ; William, 
ib. 

Hewe, John, 14, 223. 

Hewes, John, 12, 390 ; see Hughes. 

Hewett, Frances, Ladv, 13, 395 ; 
Laurence (1522), 12, 423; Mr. 
(Sussex, 1648), 15, 168, 177 ; Roger, 
Chantry Priest at Petham, 2, 62 ; 
Thomas, Chantry Priest at Reculver, 
62 ; Sir Thos., 13, 395. 

Hewette, Geoffrey de la, 14, 246; 
Johanna, ib. 

Hewitt, John, on tilting saddles, 10, 
78. 

Hewson, Col., 9, 44; Henry, 17, 27. 

Hewster, Jerome, 18, 17 ; Mary, 17. 

Hewton, Thomas, Vicar of Sheldwich 
(1568-71), 18, 298. 

Hewys, John (1522), 12, 422. 

Hexham Crypt, 13, 20. 

Hexstable, tee Hackstaple. 

Hextall, arms, 3, 143: Thomas, of 
Dover, 10, oxlii ; William (East 
Peekham), 7,234. 

HextalTs Court (East Peekham), 5, 
103 n. 

Hey, Kli/.th., 14, 382, 387; Laurence 
at, 12, 427; Rev. Ur. Thos. (East- 
church, 1755), 14, 382, 3ss. 

Heydon, arms. 3, 143 ; Henry (1467), 
13, 257-8; Henry, 16, 277; Sir 
Henry, arms of, 11, 394; Sir Wil- 
liam, 13. 257. 

Heyghfeld, 13,341. 

Ilevman, Sir Ilenrv (H',42), 2, 181, 
183 ; 3, 145, 167 ;* 9, 32 n ; 14, 55 ; 
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75-6; 18, 89; Peter, 11, 401; 18, 
89; Ralph, 11, 391 ; 14, 75 ; Rich- 
ard, 13, 270 ; Robert, 12, 308. 

Ilcvmondennein Rolvenden Hundred, 
12, 221. 

Heyn, Cecilia, 12, 308. 

Heynys, John, Vicar of Monkton, 12, 
278, 279, 411. 

Heyroner', see Heronry. 

Heysted, William, 14, 142. 

Heyton manor in Smeeth, 10, 261, 
270, 273, 275. 

Heyton, John, 2, 117, 119 ; Master 
Nicholas de (1362), 13, 426. 

Heyward, Allies, 12, 293; 14,250; 
15, 280 ; ^ Alice, 14, 273 ; Alicia 
(1412), 10, 247; Harry, 17, 105, 
106; John le, 12, 293; 13, 313; 
14 250; 15, 280; John, 13, 313; 
14, 273; Peter, 15, 306; Roger, 

14, 273 ; Thomas, 13, 313 ; William 
(1469), 10, 191. 

Heywood's (John) Four P's, 11, lxii. 

Hibbene, see Ebony. 

Hibernia, Agnes, 11, 347 ; John de, ib. 

Hicesmere, Eustachius de, "W., 6, 191. 

Hichwell, Captain John, 3, 152. 

Hickeringill, Matthias, 10, 44. 

Hickes, John, 18, 38. 

Hickes alias Pate, Alice, 18, 38. 

Hickmot, Mr., 15, 123. 

Hicks, R., on Roman remains at 
Ramsgate, 12, 14-18. 

Hicks (Hix), John, 18, 39. 

Hidage, 10, 102, 103. 

Hide, a, what, 2, 313. 

Hide, see Hythe. 

Hide, allied to Lovelace, 10, 195 ; 
Gilbert, 18, 25; Hugh de la, 4, 
274; Margaret (of Hadham), 10, 
195; Matilda, widow of Hugh, 4, 
274; Ralf, 18, 25; William (of 
Rochester), 10, 291 ; Wm., 14, 
325. 

Hiennicus, 18, 443. 

Higden, John, 14, 341. 

Higge, George (Harbledown), 2, 63. 

Higgs, Dr. Griffin, 11, 150; 15, 219, 
244-5 ; Nicholas, 244. 

Higham (Hegham),10, 118, 145 ; 12, 
203, 225, 226; 14, 170, 325; 15, 

15, 68, 249, 270-1 ; 18, 17, 22, 24; 
lands in (1250), 2, 300 ; church, H, 
xxxvii, lviii ; abbey, lviii ; ferry, xliv, 
114; Roman pottery from, 114-117; 
Prioress of, 2, 300; 11, lix, 87; 
marshes, 13, 494-9; hermitage in, 
14, 117; fine of lands in, 4, 278; 
11, 324; 14, 278; 15, 274, 297, 
309. 

Higham Ferrers, 14, 385. 



Higham (Hecham, Hegham), H, 810 ; 

Geoffrey, 349 ; Master Oeoffrcy de, 
12, 292; .lames de, 10, 118; 14, 
170; Johanna, 256; John de, 10, 
117; 14, 256; 15, 308; Luke do 
(12(33), 4, 313; Mitluw de, 12, 
235; Philip de (c. 1219), 2, 315; 
Raulina de, 10, 140 ; 12, 297 ; 14, 
256-7, 262. 
Higham, Robert de, donor to Rochester 
Priory Library, 3, 63 ; Roger de, 

12, 297; 14, 256-7; 15, 308; 
Sarah de (1198), 1, 257; Stephen 
de, 10, 281 ; Stephen deand Matilda 
his wife, 5, 261 ; Thomas de, 13, 
313; (1264), 11, 244; William de, 
10, U8; 12,206; 14, 170. 

Highgate Cross in Hawkhurst, 5, 

81 n. 
Highlands (Hegheland),12, 312 ; held 

by Richard de Wrotliam of the 

Archbishop (1250), 2, 302. 
Highland (Heghelonde), Cristina, 13, 

305 ; Margeria, 305 ; William de la, 

ib. 
Highsted, the name, 9, 116. 
Highwode, Wm. (1522), 12, 421. 
Hilary Term introduced in the rei^n 

of Edward the Elder, 5, 19. 
Hilboro' in Reculver, 12, 255, 256, 

258, 260. 
Hilda, St., 7, 291 n. 
Hildenborough manor, 10, 42, 44; 

16, 56. 
Hildesheim, flat Norman ceiling at, 

10,6. 
Hildesle, Robert de, 10, 133. 
Hildewell, John (Throwley), T., 3, 91. 
Hildigisl, a Longobard chief, 8, 28. 
Hildyard, allied to Bering, 10, 334. 
Hiley, Elizabeth, 18, 22; Thomas, 

ib. 
Hilhard, Mr., quoted, 1, 120. 
Hill House, the (Chatham), 6, 60, 

67. 
Hill, Alderman, 16, 62; Rev. John, 

10, 68; 13, 486; John (1522), 12, 

422; Lawrence (1488), 10, 318; 

(1522), 12, 425 ; Moyses, 11, 208 ; 

Peter (1522), 12,422; Reynold, ib.; 

Richard, Priest at Pembury, 2, 63 ; 

Robert (1522), 12, 422 ; Rev. Robert, 

13, 412, 447 ; Rev. Samuel, 4, 102 ; 
Rev. Thomas (Bexley, 1456), 18, 
379. 

Hillaria, daughter of Helliard(Livings- 

borne), 4, 279. 
Hillary, James de St., 16, 20. 
Hille, Francis, Rochester, 2, 81 ; 

Johane, 18, 112 ; Mastres, 109, 112 ; 

Richard, 112. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Hille, Richard (bell-founder, 1418), 

18. 353. 
Hillersdon, Mr. (1654), 15, 212. 
Hillier (Hiller), Elizabeth, 18, 210, 

217,235; John, 235 h; Mathew, i7,. ; 

Kebecea, ib., 216 ; Sarah, 235 » ; 

Thomas, 210, 217, 235 n. 
IIn.r.TEB, James T., Esq., on a British 

village at Ramsgate, 18, 1-4. 
llillis, Richard, 11, 396. 
Hills, Gordon ML, 13, 274-5 ; 15, 63, 

70, 74. 
Hilton, pedigree, of Lords in Sheld- 

wich, 18, 292-3. 
Hilton, Clifton, 14, 79, 84; Rev. 

George, 18. 303 ; Giles, of Lords, 

294; 1 1 1 1 _r H de. Vicar of Thornliain 

(1322), 244; S. Mnsgrave, 14, 113, 

115. 
Himlingoie, runic brooch, 8, 192. 
Hinchawe, William, 12, 390. 
Hinde, Rev. C, 13, 123. 
Hinger, John, 15, 185, 209. 
Hinges, Roman, found at Plaxtol, 2, 7. 
Hinklev, John, 16, 40. 
fflnton, Rev. Dr. G., 16, 274; Mr., 

15. 183, 209. 
Hinxhill (Hvnxhell), 9, 2; 12, 220, 

305; 18, 68, 69; inventory of 

church goods (1552), 9, 272 ; church, 

15, xlvii ; fine of land in, 299. 
Hinxhill Court and Edward Chute, 

18, 64, 68, 68 n. 
Hippislej (or Hippesly), Sir John, 

10, cxxiv, cxxv; 15, 182-3; 18, 

159. 
Hitchecoke, John, Prior of St. Augus- 
tine's, 2, 58. 
Hlothhere, King of Kent, 8, 264. 
Hoad Court (Harbledown), 14, 116. 
Hoadley, Bishop, 15, 381.. 
Hoare, Sir R. C, on shells met with 

in graves, 18, 203 n. 
Hoare, Rev. John Gurney (1877), 16, 

290. 
Hoath, derivation of, 9,82 ; in Apple- 

dore, 14, 94; 15, 23. 
Hoath Chantry, a late incumbent of, 2, 

63 ; Court in Blean, 5, 98 n. 
Hobbes, Anthony, 14,229,232; Mrs., 

tomb of, 16. 281. 
Hobbs, Faith, 18, 88 ; Stephen, ib. 
Hobhouse, Bishop, 11, 2. 
Hobs, William, 16, 220. 
Hobsday, Rev. Stephen (1728), 16, 

290. 
Hobson, Robert (1522), 12, 426; 

Win., Master of Cobham College, 

104; 18,449. 
HobSQD, allied to Warde, 16, 136. 
Hooh, Ada de, W., 5, 211. 



Hoehin (or Hochyn), John, Canter- 
bury, 17, 83-8, 92-3, 95-9 ; Thomas, 
16,317-9. 

Hock, the Canons' Court of, 5, 210. 

Hock Monday, 17, 93 ; money, 77, 
90, 100, 145 ; tide, 100, 108, 110. 

Hock, Peter, 14, 96. 

Hockele, Richard, 14, 195, 197. 

Hockenbury, 13, 10. 

Hodder, John, 18, 214; Margaret, ib. 

Hoddesdon, John de, 11, 356 ; Juli- 
ana, ib. ; Petronella, 15, 364. 

Hodde worth, John de (Rucking, 1250), 
2, 301. 

Hodesdale manor, 13, 322. 

Hodeshole, Ralph de (see Southfleet, 
1198), 1, 261. 

Hodgekins, Jone, 18, 219. 

Hodges' arms, 4, 105 n ; entries in 
East Banning Registers, 15, 367. 

Hodges, John, 12, 389; Mr., 4, 115 ; 
in household of the Duke of Rich- 
mond, 3, 174; Ursula, 15, 368; 
William, 18, 236. 

Hodgkin, Thomas, 18, 23. 

Hodgkins, allied to Dalison, 15, 402. 

Hodgson, arms, 18, 376; Dr., 376; 
Henrietta, 376 ; Isabella, wife of 
Valentine Norton, 89; Canon John 
George (Saltwood, 1879), 432; 
Mary, 376. 

Hodnet, allied to Lovelace, 10, 195 ; 
Katherine, ib. 

Hodsoll of Fairlawn, 14, 226, 237. 

Hodsoll wills (by J. Greenstreet), 14, 
223-9; Edmund (St. Mary Cray, 
1711), 227 ; Henry (Fairlawn, 1699), 
220; Captain James (1710), 226; 
John (1424), 223; ( Wt. Mailing, 
1556), 225; Maxfield (Wrotham, 
1710), 228; Thomas (Ash, 1537), 
224; (Ightham, 16651,226; William 
(Rochester, 1455), 224; (Ash, 
1499), 224; (Denton, 1550), 224; 
(Ash, 1616), 225. 

Hodsoll, Alice (1556), 14,225; Anno 
(1671), 226; (1710), 227; (1741), 
236, 240; Christian (1537), 224; 
Dorothy, 230; Elizabeth (1556), 
225; (1671), 226; (1711), 227; 
(born 1790), 240; Ellen, 226; 
Ellenor (1616), 225, 236; Frances 
(1791). 229; Hannah, 228; Hellena, 
227-8; Hester (1616), 225, 236 J 
Isabel (1499), 224; (1755), 237, 
240 ; Jane, 227-9, 231 ; Joan (1455), 
224; (1556), 225; Katherine, 237; 
Margaret (1424), 223 ; (1556), 225 ; 
(1671), 226; (1733), 236; Martha, 
230, 243; Mary, 226-8, 240 ; Wini- 
fred, 237. 



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143 



Hodsoll, Clement <le (1346), 14, 210 
Easton (1788), 228; Edmund 
(1667), 288; (dead in 1710), 227 
(oft. 1711), 226-7 ; (oft. 1730), 237 
240; Francis (oft. 1729), 226, 229 
233-4; Henry (1616), 225; (1665 
1700), 226, 229, 233-4; Hewe 
(1616), 225; James (oft. 1710), 226 
(1710), 227; John (1400), 240 
(oft. 1424), 223 ; (1499), 224; (1556) 
225; (born 1658), 227; (1665), 226 
229, 233-4; (1719), 228; (1788) 
228; Maundy (1665), 226, 229, 236 
Maxfield (1665), 226, 228-9, 233-6 
(1710), 228-9; (1712-35), 228, 239 
240; (1788), 228; Reuben (1711 
91), 236-7, 240; Roper de (1346) 
240; Stephen, 230-1; Thomas 
(1346), 240 ; (1455), 224 ; (1499) 
224; (1537), 224; (1550), 225 
(1665), 226, 227, 229-31, 234-5 
(born 1684), 226; Urbane (oft 
1745), 237, 240; William (1424) 
223; (1455), 224; (1499), 224 
(1550), 224; (1556), 225; (oft 
1616), 225; (oft. 1649), 229; (oft 
1663), 225 ; (born 1642), 226 ; (born 
1671), 226 ; (oft. 1699), a goldsmith, 
227; (oft. 1711), 226, 229; (1658- 
68), 230-2 ; (1791), 229. 

Hodsoll alias Finch, Fear-God, 14, 
236. 

Hodsoll ^Hodsole), Conisa, 18, 36; 
Robert, ib. ; William and Michael 
de(1271), 6,237. 

Hodson, Christopher (bell-founder), 
17, 54; Henry, Vicar of Thornham 
(1768), 18, 250; Rev. John (1782), 
t'ft. ; Jno. (bell-founder), 14, 93. 

Hoese (or Hoesenden), Henry de, 13, 
127. 

Hoga, abutting on Fleet in Rich- 
borough (1197), 1, 244. 

Hogarth, W., visits Rochester, 6, 78. 

Hogben, Stephen, of Lyminge, 9, 284. 

Hogekynnes, Richard (1469), 10, 190, 
191. 

Hogeman, John, 10, 245. 

Hogg Hall, Canterbury, 7, 145, 195. 

Hogge, John, T., 3, 87 ; Thomas, 11, 
376. 

Hogges, Edith, 14, 263 ; Henry, ib. 

Hoggyn, William, 18, 95. 

Hogheuelde, Estermannus de, 15, 
289 ; Margeria, ib. 

Hogshawe alias Milsted manor, 10, 
138. 

Hoghton, John de (Brookland, 1360), 
13, 486. 

Hogyn, John (1522), 12, 422 ; John 
(1526), 17, 88. 



Hogynson, Richard (1522), 12, 426. 
Hoigges, Rev. Simon, 13, 464. 
Hokben, William, of Paddlesworth, 

10, 287. 
Hoke, Henry de la (Higham and 

Shorne, 1246), 2, 295, 3<>o ; Eenrj 

de, 13, 149 ; Simon (Saltwood, 1416), 

18, 427 ; William dela (IIoo, 1246), 

2 294. 
Hokeling, fine of land in (1199), 2, 

239. 
Hoker, Stephen, Smarden, 9, 226. 
Hokholt (? Nockholt), 11, 333. 
Hokimere, Wm. de, 14, 187 ; 16, 35. 
Hoking about Wotton's title to Thurn- 

ham, 2, 28. 
Hokiniore (Hokyniore), William de, 

13, 303 ; Johanna, ib. 
Hokstede, Sir Rowland de, 14, 333. 
Hokymere, see Hokimere. 
Hoi', Fulk de la, a juror (Flete manor, 

1264), 5, 292. 
Holane, Henry de, 10, 123 ; heirs of 

Salamon de, ib. 
Holbeame, Thomas, T., 3, 91 ; Robert 

de, 15, 278. 
Holbeein, John, T., 3, 76. 
Holbeme, Thomas, a carpenter, 2, 124. 
Holbert the hunter, W., 5, 200. 
Holborn (Holeburn), Gerinun de 

(1263), 3, 253. 
Holbrooke arms and pedigree, 5, 225. 
Holbury, Agnes Domina de, wife of 

Roger Apleton, 18, 328. 
Holcroft, Rev. Henry, 15, 219, 247-8 ; 

Sir Henry (East Ham), 247. 
Holcombe, Rose, 18, 18. 
Holday, James, 10, 117. 
Holden, George (1620), 14, 99. 
Holder, Elizabeth, 18, 37. 
Holdene, Richd. de, 14, 333. 
Holder, Henry, 18, 37 ; James, ib. ; 

John, ib. 
Holdich in Somerset, 11, 103. 
Holding, Thomas, 16, 221. 
Holegh', Gilbert de, 14, 251; John 

de, 11, 337 ; John, 14, 251. 
Holemedyn, Folkestone, 12, 215. 
Holestrete, Eylwood de (Ruckinge, 

1250), 2, 301. 
Holford, 4, 315 ; 12, 217. 
Holgate, Archbishop, 15, 239. 
Holgthe, Alex, de, 12, 228. 
Holiday, James, 10, 117 ; Robert, of 

Folkestone (1573), 10, lxxvii, cxiii, 

cxxii. 
Holingshed's account of Queen Eliza- 
beth's visit to Rochester, 6, 53. 
Holinshed, Rev. John, 17, 65. 
Holl (Holle), Jeffrey, 17, 123; John, 

20 ; Will., 100. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Holland, Canon Francis J., 16, 290; 
18. 169; Rev. Henrv. H, 401; 
Lord, 16, 120; Roger' de, 3, 219; 
Rev. E. W. (Warehorne, 1832-7), 
4. 102 ; Thomas de, Earl of Kent, 

I, 135j 130; special commissioner, 
T., 3, 69, 73; Rev. W., W., 17, 
257-8. 

Hollande, Henry, a Priest at Wingham 

College, 2, 61. 
Hollands, William, brief for, 14, 208. 
Hollemelle, Elena, 11, 343 j Richard 

atte, ib. 
Hollenden, Laurence, 18, 33; Mary, 

33. 
Hollingbourne (Holyngeburne), 12. 

230; 13, 561; 15, 225; 17, 256; 

18, 31, 434 ; Godfrey House in, 3, 

144; axe of wood found at, 5, 45 ; 

rental, 9, 185, 186; rector of, 10, 

229; bedell, 319; church, 13, 481 ; 

repairs of the manor (1422-3), 561 ; 

hill, 14, 379-80 ; fines of lands in, 

II, 343 ; 13, 304. 
Hollingbourne, William, a monk in 

Leeds Priory, 2, 64. 

Hollingworth, Benjamin, Vicar of 
Sheldwich (1094), 18, 300; John (of 
Dartford Nunnery), 2, 56. 

Hollowav, John, 18, 25 ; Thomas, 17, 
274; 18, 25, 39. 

Hollwood Park (Noviomnqus ?), 2, 1. 

Hollys of Sandwich, 14, 319. 

Hohiian, Arthur, 18, 30; John, 29; 
(1522), 12, 421 ; Mr., of Sarr wind- 
mill, 5, 308 ; Philip (Ffylipp, 1522), 
12, 421 ; Richard, 18, 29. 

Holme, Thomas (Norroy), 5, 248 n. 

Holmead, see Hallmead. 

Holmes, Margaret, 18, 25 ; Thomas, 
31; William, 25. 

Holmesdale, Viscountess, 15, 151. 

Holmesdale, Viscount, 15, xliv, 151; 
presides at Cranbrook, 9, xcvi, civ. 

Holmesdale, Vale of, 9, 138, 139. 

Holmeston, 13, 336. 

Holmr, Vigfus Ivarsson, 13, 405-6. 

Holneherst, Thos., heirs of (1417), 

10, 186. 

EEolpess, <>i' Smarden, 9, 225 ; Thomas, 

16, 86. 
Hoisted, Elizabct Katcrina, anchoress, 

11, 33. 
Holstenius, 11, 39. 
Holt, Gabriel, 18, 32. 

Holte, Augustine de la (Folkestone, 
1271), 6, 240; Gerard, 11, 838; 
John de (1246), 2, 294; .John. 11, 
338; 13. 86; Margeria, H, 338; 
Robert (ob. 1503), 12, 165 ; Simon 
de, 10, 131 ; 11, 867 ; 12. 208,210, 



213 ; Thomas (Westgate), T., 3, 74, 

7<>, 86. 
Holwey, John (1460), 10, 321. 
Holvnbroke, William (ob. 1375), 13, 

•17.".. 
Holwood, camp, 13, 1-6; Hill,Keston, 

5 ; alleged site of Noviomagus, 1-16 ; 

18, 182 ; Park, Keston, 2. 1 ; 14, 90. 
Holwood and Keston, paper on, 

13, 1-16. 

Holworthv, Rev. Charles, 15, 120; 
Elizabeth, ib. 

Holy ring of the "Danes, 8, 188. 

Holv Sepulchre, Nunnery, Canter- 
bury, 4, 27-29. 

" Holy-water-clerks" who joined Jack 
Cade's Rebellion (1450), '7, 238. 

Holyman family, 15, 367. 

Holyngbroke Ward (Romnev), 13, 
205." 

Holvngbroke, William, 13, 209, 211, 
475. 

Holvnherst, William (1417), 10- 186. 

Homan, John, 14, 186, 197. 

Home, Philip, Vicar of Sheldwich 
(1418), 18, 297. 

Homer's, Master, house (Meister- 
Omers), in the precincts at Canter- 
bury, 13, 116-21; speHomors. 

Homes, Robert, 16, 195. 

Homewood, E., his timber-built house 
at Baxon, Bredgar, 4, 234; W. J., 

11, xl, 113, 115. 

Homors, Meist'omors, Mayster Ho- 
mers, Canterbury, 7, 96, 97; 13, 
116-21. 

Honebergh (orHonybergh), Alice, 15, 
296, 301 ; Isabella, 11, 353 ; 12, 

304; 15,277; James de, 11, 353 

12, 304; 15, 277, 296, 301 ; John, 
296, 301 ; Richard, 11, 353 ; 12, 304. 

Hones, Susan, 18, 30; William, ib. 

Honeychild (Honichilde), manor in 
Romuey Marsh, 5, 298, 304; 12, 
211, 212 ; 13, 319, 353 ; tithes, 10, 
271, 272, 273, 275. 

Honeywood (Honywode, Honywood), 

16, 85; Giles, 7, 281; Sir John, 

9, 33 h; 15, 365; John, 11, 403; 

14. 62 ; 18, HI, 415, 417, 418; (of 
Eackington), 340; Lucia de, 340; 
Margaret, 14, 62, 75; Mr., 17, 
227; P. (1682), 2, 92 ; Robert, 10, 
217 ; 11, -103; 16, 263; Thomas, 

10, 217, 266; 18, 403, 415, 417, 
418, 124; Sir Thomas, 14, 64; Wil- 
liam do, 18, 358; W. H. (1710), 2, 
93. 

Honiton, Eobt. de (1305), 14, 204. 
Honney, Edward (Romnev Marsh), 

17, 230. 



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lonningtone (Honyngtone), John de, 
13, 362 ; Johanna, 318 ; John de, 
477 ; Master Nicholas de, 85 ; 
Richard de, 411 ; Robert de, 12, 
289 ; 13, 318. 

I~ony, William (1522), 12, 425. 

ionye, Goodman, 15, 194, 198, 201, 
204, 207, 209, 211, 214, 216; 17, 
322, 325, 329, 332, 338, 341 ; 18, 
126, 128, 129, 131, 134, 135, 143. 

loo (Ho, Hou), 10, 66, 140, 148 ; 12, 
227; 13, 322; 17, 155; manor 
once held by Isolda de Grey (1246), 
2, 294 ; watch at, 8, 304, 309 ; 
Hundred of, 9, 113, 139, 300; 10, 
148; 12, 117, 223, 227; Little, 
alias Houbery manor, 10, 154; 
Roman pottery from, 75 ; land sub- 
merged, 76 ; Celtic remains from, 
11, 123 ; farm, in Thanet, 12, 397 ; 
manors of, 117 ; manor of Little, 

13, 304; of Great, 17, 363; fines 
of lands in, 1, 251; 2, 250; 12, 
290; 13,300, 304; 15, 300. 

loo, All Saints, fines of lands in, 11, 

327; 13,314; 15, 293. 
loo, Cliffe at, 11, 145; 13,498-9 ; see 

Clifle. 
loo, St. Mary, 11, 8, 327 ; 15, 233 ; 

fine of land in, 13, 313. 
loo, St. Werburgh, 11, 74; fines of 

lands in, 316; 13, 291, 313; 14, 

252; 15, 281; church plate, 16, 

347, 360, 364-7. 
loo, Henry de, 12, 232 ; James, 11, 

375; Joanna de, 12, 232; Juliana, 

14, 259 ; Thomas de, 12, 232 ; Sir 
William, 11, 397; Wm. Cobham 
of, 12, 165 ; William, 14, 259. 

loode, John (a carver), Faversham, 
11, 30. 

look farm (Bromley), 13, 149. 

look, Simon, a mason at Rochester 
Castle, 2, 122. 

looker, Ann, 13, 138 ; Elizabeth, ib. ; 
G., 18, 149; Hannah, 13, 138; 
John, ib. ; John, 16, 56 ; Margaret, 
13, 138; Mary, ib.; Richard (the 
Judicious), 14, xlvii; his monu- 
ment, xlviii; Stephen, 13, 138; 
Thomas, ib. ; 16, 56. 

loop, Jno., 18, 449. 

looper, G., of Beckenham, 17, 265 ; 
Joseph, 18, 31 ; Nicholas, 434. 

loorue, Wm. (1463), 13, 445. 

loostrie (Ostre, Ostripanes, Hostry), 
guest chamber in Dover Maison 
Dieu, 7, 277. 

lope, All Saints, Romney Marsh, 13, 
176, 205, 350, 352, 356-7, 368 ; 14, 
358; 18, 17, 27; inventory of 
VOL. XIX. 



church goods (1552), 9, 269; 
church, 13, 174; fines of land in, 
314, 316 ; 15, 283. 

Hope, A. J. B. Beresford, architec- 
tural notes on St. Augustine's Col- 
lege, Canterbury, 4, 57 ; lecture on 
All Saints' Church, Maidstone, 
xxxviii. 

Hope, Anne, 18, 33 ; James (Wing- 
ham), 7, 236 ; (Mayor of Fordwich, 
1452), 18, 87; John, 9, 229; 14, 
311 ; Stephen, H, 366. 

Hope, W. H. St. John, on the Prae- 
monstratensian Abbey of St. Radc- 
gund, 14, 140-152 ; on Langdon 
Abbey, 15, 59-67 ; on wall-paintings 
in Frindsbury Church, 331-2 ; on 
Rochester Cathedral, 377-8; 17, 
xli ; 18, 262, 268, 270, 278. 

Hope, allied to Dering, 10, 336. 

Hopeton, James, Earl of, 16, 56. 

Hopkins, a Carthusian monk of Hin- 
ton Priory, 16, 47. 

Hopkins, John, 18, 23, 25. 

Hopkinson, allied to Dalison, 15, 402. 

Hopkyn's walle (Bromley), 13, 156-7. 

Hopkyns, John, 14, 319-20 ; William, 
Chantry Priest at Sevenoaks, 2, 63. 

Hopland manor, 10, 123. 

Hoppekamell garden in Rodmersham 
(1197), 1, 242. 

Hopper, Richard, executor of Rector 
of Staplehurst, 9, 196 m; Sarah, 17, 
291; Thomas, 9, 228; 14, 25-27; 
William, 16, 86. 

Hoppin, Mary, 11, 246, 247. 

Hops known temp. Hen. VI., 7, 
303 n. 

Hopton, Captain, 18, 101. 

Hopton, allied to Darell, 17, 47. 

Hopton's alias Alkham manor, 10, 
130. 

Hor', John, of Smarden, 9, 228. 

Horce in Maidstone Museum, 11, 193, 
196. 

Horapuldre, Edmund de, 14, 197 ; 
Salamon de, 6, 188. 

Hore, John le (1263), 4, 314 ; William 
(1485), 16, 291. 

Hore, see Oare. 

Horepole, Ernulph de, brother of 
Vitalis (Boxley, 1197), 1, 238. 

Horkeley, Little, Essex, brass of Sir 
Thomas Swynborne (1412), 1, 83. 

Horkesley Priory, 14, 341. 

Horlanstone (Horlawstone), John, 
12, 212; Sir Wm. de (1271), 6, 
240. 

Horley (Horle), James de, 13, 426; 
14, 259-60. 

Horloc, Martin (1263), 4, 311. 
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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Hormade, John, 18, 310. 

Horns (municipal) of Folkestone, 10, 
lxxxi ; of Eaversham, 238, 240 ; of 
Dover, oxlv. 

Horn of the Holtings, 8, 201. 

Horn, Gervevs, 11, 395; Godfrey 
(1249), 2. 29? ; Henry, arms, 11, 
395; John, 18, 345; Roger, 11, 
404. 

Hornden of Sittingbourne (1552-3), 4, 
236. 

Home, 10, 153 ; manor of East, 153 ; 
heirs of .Matthew de. 153. 

Homo, Anne, 18, 48 ; Benet, 14, 367 ; 
Edmund, 366; Gervase, ib. ; Henry 
de, 13, 268 ; Henry, 14, 366-7 ; 
James, 366; 17, 47; John, 14, 
93-4, 366; Juliana, 366; Rev. J., 
15, 251 ; Katherine, 14,367 ; Mar- 
garet, 94, 366 ; Mary, 63 ; Master 
of Tonbridge School', 16, 53; Mat- 
thew de, 13, 364; 14, 365; Sir 
Richard de, T., 3, 76; Richard 
de, of Calehill Hundred, T., 81 ; 
Richard, 14, 366 ; Robert, Bp. of 
"Winchester, 63; 17, 48; Robert, 
14, 366 ; Roger, 366-7 ; of Romney 
Marsh, 17, 230; William, T., 3, 
70; William de (Appledore), T., 79, 
80; William, 14, 363, 365-6. 

Home, allied to Dering, 10, 327, 343, 
346; to Darell, 17, 47, 48. 

Hornebie, John and Mary, 11, 157. 

Home's Bridge, Romney Marsh, 14, 
365 ; Placej in Appledore, 94 ; 18, 
58 ; chapel, 14, 363-7. 

Hornesclyve, Luke de, in Milton Hun- 
dred (1236), 2, 293 ; Mirabella, 12, 
290; Robert de, ib. ; Thos. (1522), 
425. 

Horuley, John, Vicar of Dartford 
(1442), 18, 387, 394. 

Ilornsby, 11, 264; Ann, 290, 296-7, 
300; Catherine, 290, 300; George, 
290, 300 ; George, sen., 290, 291 ; 
Joseph, sen., 289, 292, 300 ; Joseph, 
jun., 290 ; Thomas, 289, 300. 

Hornse, Robert (1434), 13, 478. 

Ilors (or iiorsa), his descent from 
Woden, 8, 19 ; his arrival in Britain, 
31; his death, ib. ; his monumental 
stone, 18 »; the nephew of the 
above, 31 and n. 

Horse — the war-horse often burned by 
the ancient Germans, 1,46; found 
by manorial Bervioe ( Dartford, 1253;, 
2. 312 ; racing in L663, 11. 256. 

Horsham Manor, rpelnuvli, 18, 399- 
402. 

Horsham, Thomas de, Vioarof Sheld- 
wiota (1279), 18, 296. 



Horse-harness, Saxon, discovered at 

Faversham, 1, 46. 
Horsele, Ricd., 14, 201 ; Walter do. 

10. 222, 224 ; 14, 189, 201. 
Horseman's Place in Dartford, 5, 29; 

10, 265. 

Horsenden, William de, 4, 311, 314. 
Horses' names (1633), 3, 191, 192. 
Horses — carcases found at Nydam, 8, 

222; sacrificed at funeral pvre, 9, 

21 ; price of (in 1325), 10, lvi ; 

(1290-1354), 51 ; (in 1463), 252 ; 

Lord Cobham's (1597 and 1603), 

11, 205, 211, 216; value (1628), 
223 ; bought (1647-55) by James 
Master, 15, 167, 169, 173-5, 178-9, 
181, 188, 190, 193-4, 199, 203, 208-9, 
212, 214-5. 

Horsewash, formerly St. Clement's 
Lane, in Rochester, 18, 193. 

Horshurst (Horsherst), 14, 334; Wil- 
liam de (1263), 3. 253; 4, 312. 

Horsley, John (1485), 16, 292. 

Horsman, Thos., 16, 196. 

Horsmonden, 4, 315; 12, 229; 13, 
128, 130 ; 14, 253 ; 18, 34, 35 ; 
manor, 10, 150; 16, 27; 17, 47; 
fines of lands in, 11, 333; 12, 291 ; 

14, 253. 

Horsmonden Church, 17, hi ; advow- 
son, 12, 291 ; screen, 14, 371. 

Horsmonden, John (1609), 17, 33. 

Horspoole, Mr. (1600), 17, 203. 

Horstead and Reistad compared, 8, 
207. 

Horsted Keynes, Sussex, Archbishop 
Leightou buried at. 1, 118; a stair- 
case portcullis at Broadhurst in, 
118. 

Horton, Simon de Chelesficld's land 
(1198), 1, 254. 

Horton Chapel, near Canterbury, lands 
of the North wodes, 2, 16, 22, 26, 
28, 36, 37; Joan de Badlesmere, 
Lady of the Manor, temp. Edw. II., 

12, 14. 

Horton, land of Leofwine, son of God- 
win, 1, 62. 

Horton, in Chartham, 12, 216; 14, 
189; manor, 10, 135; next Fren- 
ingham, 13, 316; lines of lands in, 
11,352; 13, 816. 

Horton-Kirby, 10, 150, 156; 12,234] 

13, 316; 15, 9, 99; church, 7, 
lxvii ; inventory of church goods 
(1552), 9, 27()'; manor, 10, 131, 
144, 145, 147, 155, 156; fines of 
lands in, 11, 326; 13, 293, 316; 

15, 278, 285. 

Horton, Monks, 12. 214; inventory 
of church goods (1552), 9, 270; 






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Manor, 10, 120 ; Park, xli ; Priory, 
2, 57; 10, xli, 1 ; 12, 351; Prior 
of, 11, 308 ; 12, 21-4; Mount Mor- 
ris in, 13, 283 ; fine of hind in, H, 
327. 

IIohton Priory, 10, xli; 12, 351; 
15, 220 ; 18, 29 ; described by C. 
Baily, 10, 81-89 ; charters, 269-281 ; 
Priors of, 126, 134, 272 ; Register of, 
13, 322. 

Horton, Alice, 13, 316; Amicia de, 
11, 311; heirs of Charles de, 10, 
120; Colonel, commanding rebels 
before Donnington, 3, 183 ; Dio- 
nisius de (1250), 2, 301 ; John de, 

9, 301 ; 11, 342, 351 ; 12, 307 ; 13, 
316 ; Rev. Roger, of Thornham, 18, 
244; Thomas ^de, 9, 291; 10, 120; 

11, 311, 336; William, arms of, 
397. 

Hosier, Hugh, T., Canterbury, 3, 75. 

Hoskins, allied to Warde, 16, 156. 

Hospital Ward (Romney), 13, 205, 
352. 

Hospitallers, Knights, of St. John of 
Jerusalem, Ash advovvson quit- 
claimed to, 5, 267 ; Roger de Clare, 
Earl of Hertford's gifts to, 14, 
327-9 ; Prior of the, 4, 290. 

Hospitate buildings of Christ Church, 
Canterbury, 7, 93, 114. 

Hospittal', Attebourne, 12, 212. 

Hosprenges, see Ospringe. 

Hostringhangre, 12, 213 ; see Weston- 
hanger. 

Hosyere, John, T., 4, 75, 78, 83. 

Hot', Philip le, 15, 301. 

Hotchkins, allied to Dering, 10, 327. 

Hotham, Sir John, denies King 
Charles entrance into Hull, 2, 199. 

Hothe in Reculver, 12, 255, 379 ; 14, 
169. 

Hothfield (Hothfelde), 12, 219, 222; 
15, 126; 16, 166, 178; 17, 57; 
18, 33 ; extracts from parish regis- 
ters, 6, 292 ; derivation of name, 9, 
82 ; inventory of church goods 
(1552), 271; Queen Elizabeth's 
visit in 1573, 10, cxiii ; church 
plate, 16, 341, 434; fines relating 
to, 11, 329 ; 13, 300 ; 14, 252, 255. 

Hoton, Rich, de, 14, 330. 

I fottewelle, William, 14, 197. 

Houden Collegiate Church windows, 
4,63. 

Hougham (Hugham), 4, 211, 214; 

12, 209; 18, 38; manor of East, 

10, 122 ; Little, 122 ; 12, 209 ; 15, 
294. 

Hougham Church, altar slab, 16,269. 
Hougham, family, 15, 30 ; Henry de, 



12, 208; Robert de, Inquisition 
(1258), 3, 246 ; Robert his son and 
heir, ib. ; heirs of Robert de (20 
Edw. III.), 10, 122, 143; Robert 
de, 12, 209, 215, 233 ; 15, 13. 

Houghton, Sussex, 11, 32. 

Houghton, Henry de, 13, 444. 

Houkynge (Houkyngge, PHucking), 
Agnes, 14, 280 ; Idonia de, 18, 
339; Robert de, 14, 280; William 
de, 10, 130 ; 11, 343 ; 18, 339. 

Houldestocke, Mr. (Rochester), 2, 78. 

Houlot, Rev. Thos. (1416), 13, 478. 

Hoult arms, 10, 330. 

Hour-glasses on pulpits, 1, 113 ; 11, 23. 

Houselling towel, 7, 294 n. 

Housney, 14, 41. 

Houson, Thomas (Hythe, 1532), 17, 
27. 

Houston, John, H, 243. 

Houton, Adam de, 15, 219, 228, 262 ; 
John, son of John de, 18, 343. 

Hovenden, family, 9, ciii ; Christopher, 
13, 96 ; George, ib. ■ Mary, 14, 298 ; 
Robert, of Frizley, 9, eiii ; Robert, 
13, 96; 16, 224; William, 13, 
95-6 ; 14, 210 n. 

Hoviden, John, 18, 21 ; Mary, ib. 

Hovynden, Mr., 10, 202. 

Howard, Lady Ann, 17, 389, 391; 
Lady Catherine, 11, 251, 272; 
Charles, 242; Lady Frances, 238; 
Sir Francis, 241, 245, 248; Lady 
Katherine, 16, 137 ; 17, 391 ; Lady, 
11, 248; Lodowick, 242; Lord 
Howard, of Escrigg, 300 ; Lord H., 
of Effingham, 217, 220, 231 ; Lady 
Margaret, 238; 17, 389; Mr., 18, 
164; Thomas, 11, 240; Thomas, 
Earl of Arundel, 17, 316 ; Colonel 
Thomas, 17, 393; Lord Thomas 
(1597), 18, 60 ; see Arundel, Bin- 
don, Norfolk, Nottingham, Suffolk, 
Surrey. 

Howard, J. J., exhibits ancient deeds, 
2, xliii. 

Howard, Mr. Master's dealings with 
Mr., 15, 200, 203. 

Howbery (Howbury), 13, 11 ; camp 
near, 18, 28. 

Howbery alias Little Hoo manor, 10, 
154. 

Howe, Captain, 17, 368; Thos. de 
(1323), 14, 126 ; Thomas, 18, 28. 

Howes, allied to Dering, 10, 337. 

Howett alias Aberford, Thomazen, 
18 39 

Howgyn, William, 18, 403 », 417, 
418 n. 

Howlands, memorials of the, at Ware- 
horne, 4, 105 n. 

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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Howlett, Richd., of Lewiskarn, 9, 279 ; 

Rev. Thomas, 14, 142. 
Howletts in Patricksbourne, 8, 87; 

10. 299 ; 17. 269. 
Howlev, Archbishop of Canterbury 

(1828-1848), 4, 59; 9, 178, 181; 

14, 349, 357. 
Howlej, Mrs., 14, 115. 

Howlyn, John, of Brook, 8, 111; 

Robert, Churchwarden of Brook, ib. 
Howstyd, Thomas (Lydd, 1478), 13, 

450. 
Howtyn, Walter, T., 3, 85. 
Howtyng, Thomas (1522), 12, 425; 

John, ib. 
Hoy, the word, 9, 115. 
Hrabanus, Maurus,his ' De Invent ione 

Linguarwn," 8, 257. 
Hubbard, Nicholas, 18, 149; Paul 

(1522), 12,427. 
Hubberd, John, 17, 230. 
Hubbies, 15, 389. 
Huberd, Margaret, 13, 314; Ralph, 

15, 298; William, 13, 314; 15, 
298. 

Hubert. Walter, Archbishop of Canter- 
bury (1193-1205), Chief Justiciary, 

5,23. 
Hubert, William, a monk, 6, 188. 
Hucking, 13, 339 ; 17, 173. 
Hucking (Hukingc), John de (1246), 

2, 293. 
Hucham, see Hougham. 
Huddesford, Rev. John (Lydd, 1775), 

13, 448. 
Iluddlestou, Rev. William, of Neweu- 

den, 4, 112. 
Hudibras in 1662, price of, 17, 350, 

352. 
Hudimere and Godinton, see Godin- 

ton. 
Hudson, Barbara, 18, 17 ; Maryon, 

her apprenticeship, 6, 115; Mr., 

15, 161 ; Thomas, 18, 17. 
Hudson, allied to Dering, 10, 334. 
Huf&m, Stephen, 16, 198. 
Huge, .John (1269), 5. 299. 
Hugessen, Maria, 18. 353; Major, 

17, 379; Rev. R. B. Knatclibull 

(Cheriton, 1866-76), 18, 353, 3G8 ; 

Sir William, 17, 387. 
Huggarde, Thomas, Chantry Priest at 

Maidstone College, 2, 61. 
Huggett, James, 18, 23; Joan, 23. 
Huggin, .Mr., 15. 177. 
Hugh, Ablmi of St. Augustine's (ob. 

L124), 14. 1 I". 
Hugh, brother of St. Bertin, Pro- 

ourator of Throwley, 4, 208 and «. 
Hugh, son of Bricthina (Minster, 

1202), 2, 271. 



Hugh, son of Reginald de Byugesvode, 
4, 208. 

Hugham, see Hougham. 

Hughes, 15,316; Rev. Henry (Wood- 
church, 168(1), 14, 357; Henry, of 
Bethersden, 16, 91; Mary, 02; 
Rev. Richard, Vicar of Thornham, 
18, 247 «, 248, 249 ; Rev. Simon, 
16, 91; Rev. Thomas (1531), 18, 
249; W. J., 15, 143. 

Hughes-Hallet, Rev. Charles (1813- 
46), 14, ISO. 

Hugo the clerk, W., 6, 197, 221. 

HrGO, Rev. Thomas, on Bishops 
Gundulph and Ernulph, 2, xliv. 

Hulet, D., 16, 224. 

Hull, 2, 181, 199; 3, 151; Trinity 
Church has mediaeval bricks, 9, xc. 

Hullavington, Glosters', 11, 19. 

Hulle, Gereward de (1263), 3, 264; 
John, T., 92 ; Rev. Robert atte, 13, 
486; Theobald de, 116. 

Hulse, arms in Lovelace Place, 10, 
185; pedigree, 16, 71. 

Hulse, Cicely, 16, 69, 97 ; Clara, 70 ; 
Edward, 194 ; Mrs. Elizabeth, 92 ; 
Sir Hugh, 70, 71 ; Mary, 69, 97 ; 
Richard, 68-70, 86, 97 ; 18, 68, 69; 
William, 16, 71. 

Hulston alias Williams, Anne, 18, 
17. 

Hulston, Margery, 18, 17. 

Hulton, 11, 332. 

Human remains found at Richborough, 
8, 11, 12 ; in South Jutland Mosses, 
222; in St. Leonard's Church, 
Hythc, 18, 333-336. 

Humanton in Thanet, 12, 180. 

Humets, Richard de, W., 4, 219. 

Humfrey (Humfray), John. 12, 376; 
Rev. John, 13, 384 ; Robert, 343 j 
Thomas, of Hartford, 9, 295 ; Wil- 
liam, 12, 377 ; 15, 297. 

Humphrey, Thomas, son of, 13, 363. 

Humphrey alias Mondey, Alice, 18, 
35. 

Humphrey., allied to Godfrey, 6, 260. 

Hunden, Thomas, Abbot of St. Augus- 
tine's, 12, 350. 

Hundred, Court, 14, 43 ; 17, 30, 31 ; 
law, 43 ; penny, 42. 

Hundred Court Leet explained, 2, 
305. 

Hundreds, Seven, 14, 42, 50, 53-4, 58; 
see Lydd. 

Ilune alias Pratt, Anne, 18, 26; Ed- 
ward, ib. 

Hunframvill, Richard de, W., 6,207. 

Hungary, briefs for Reformed Church 
in, 14, 209, 222. 

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10, 252; Elizabeth de, 18, 337; 
Walter de, ib. 

Hungerford, Thomas, Lord, his monu- 
ment with SS. collar in Salisbury 
Cathedral (1459), 1, 83. 

Hungman, William, W., 6, 2G8. 

Huninund, an Ostrogothic King, 8, 
23. 

Hunreffeld, 11, 332. 

Hunsdon, Elizabeth, Lady, 16, 52 ; 
George, Lord, 52 ; Henry, 13aron, 
52; Lord, 11, 217. 

Hunt, George, 17, 114, 117, 118, 119, 
121; James (16G3), 18, 114; 
Joanna, 13, 475 ; John, Esq., Ser- 
jeant-at-Arms to House of Commons 
(1642), 1, 211 ; John, 2, 28 ; (of 
Ruckinge), 10, 294; (of Lydd, 
1463), i3, 449 : Rev. John le, 487 ; 
John, 16, 192 ; 18, 417, 418 ; Mar- 
garet, 30 ; alias Steere, Maria, 29 ; 
Peter, 252, 435 ; Richard, 6, 88 » ; 
Robert (1522), 12, 423; Robert, 
13, 95; Samuel, 123; Thomas 
(1472), 10, lxii; Thos., 18, 399; 
William (1581), 10, cxvi ; fm, 
13, 130. 

Hunte, Adam (Ruckinge, 1250), 2, 
301; Gilbert le, 11, 330; Henry 
(1439), 17, 170; John, T., 3, 74; 
John, 18, 413 ; William, 15, 273. 

Huntekyn (Hungekyn), John, and 
Johanna his wife, 14, 245; 15, 
279. 

Hunter, arms of, 4, 248. 

Hunter, Andrew, Abbot of Melrose, 
13,411. 

Hunting and Hounds (a.d. 1G50), 15, 
190, 202. 

Huntingdon (Huntyngdon, Hunton), 
13, 307 ; 15, 120 ; manor, 11, 311. 

Huntingdon, Archdeacon of, 14, 163 ; 
Rev. Benjamin (Bexley, 1666), 18, 
381. 

Huntingdon, Countess of, at Preston, 
1, 131 (see Juliana de Leyborne) ; 
Devorgilda, Countess of, 10, 259, 
260. 

Huntingdon, Earl of, at siege of Caen, 

1, 130-1 ; Earl of, ancient charter 
of, lxi; John, Earl of, 10, 259; 16, 
42 ; William de Clynton, Earl of, 
13, 90 ; buys manor of Folkestone, 

2, 19 ; Earl of, 10, 120, 147 ; 16, 
164, 173. 

Huntingdon, Eleanor, 18, 381 ; Eliza- 
beth, ib. ; John de, 10, 151, 161 ; 
John, 18, 381 ; Robert, 381 ; Wil- 
liam, a monk of Leeds Priory, 2, 64. 

Huntingdon, Lord, at Rochester (1578), 
2, 74, 77. 



Huntingdonshire, briefs for places in, 
14. 184, 208, 211-2, 215-6, 218. 

Huntingfield (Huntingfeld, Huntyng- 
feld, Huutingfeud), 11, 310;" 15, 

9, 10, 23 ; Court, 11, 399 ; manor 
of, 10, 136. 

Huntingfield, Adomarus de, 13, 303 ; 
Benedict, 15, 294, 298 ; Cael de, 14; 
Hugh, 294; Isabella, 6, 89; Joan, 
13, 256, 419; Johanna, H, 351, 
355, 357 ; 13, 295, 303 ; 14, 273 ; 
Sir John de, 10, 137, 1 17, 157; 13, 
256 ; 15, 11 ; John, 14, 273 ; Law- 
rence de, 11, 347 ; 12, 297 ; 13, 
292 ; 15, 294 ; Matilda, 298 ; Nicho- 
las, 294; Peter de, 10, 136, 156, 
157 ; 15, 11 ; Sir Peter de, 13, 256, 
389; Piers de, 15, 11, 18; Ro?er 
de, 2 ; Seer de, 6 ; Walter de, 6, 89 ; 
11, 351, 355, 357; 13, 295, 303; 
14,273; 15, 11, 294; Sir Walter, 
13, 256 ; William de, 15, 3, 11. 

Huntley alias Wody, Katherine, 18, 
20. 

Hunton (Huntintone, Huntyugton), 

4, 71, 81; 12, 228; 14,257,296; 
18, 24; manor, 9, 163; 10, 149; 
Rector of, 14, 175. 

Hunton, Laurence, 17, 82, 83, 100,102. 
Hurdis, Rev. Dr. James, 16, 92 ; 

Thomas, ib. 
Hurdles (claia), Rochester Castle, 2, 

118, 129, 130. 
Hurel, Adam, 12, 306; 14, 267; 

Gerarda, 267. 
Hurlegh, John, 4, 227, 228, 233. 
Hurley, Lord Lovelace of, 10, 184, 

214. 
Hurso, the first Abbot of Cumbwell, 

5, 196, 197. 

Hurst (Herst, Herste), 10, 135, 137, 
152 ; 12, 212, 213, 216, 217, 219 ; 
13, 313, 317; 18, 58. 

Hurst, Gerard de, 15, 276 ; Hamo de, 

10, 122, 135; 11, 368; 14, 254; 
James de (1263), 3, 264 ; Johanna, 
12,291; 15,276; John (1523), 2, 
162; John of, W., 4, 214; John 
del (1263), 3, 253 ; John, jun., T.. 
92 ; heirs of John de, 10, 122, 135 ; 
John de, 11, 3G8; 12, 209, 216; 
Mathelgario de, W. ; 6, 308 ; Matilda 
de, 13, 294; 14, 254; Nicholas, 
pensioner of Christ Church, Canter- 
bury, 2, 60; Philip de, 12, 291; 
parson of, 11, 370; Richard, 1, 
130; Stephen de, 11,319; AValter 
atte, 2, 127; Win, de, 18, 341. 

Hurton, John, 15, 334. 
Husband, Richard, Curate of Rucking 
(1727), 2, 94. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Husbands, a Roundhead officer, 9. 41. 

Huse, line of land in, 15, 279 ; Ma- 

thew Le (1252), 2,300. 
Husee, Isabella, 11, 338. 
Husfield in Pet ham, 3, 238. 
Husier, Alexander le (1201), 2, 262; 

Osbert le (dead 1201), 262 ; Emma, 

ib. 
Husier, see Halstead. 
Husk, Thomas de, 14, 275 ; Margeria, 

ib. 
Huslyng, John, of Meopham, 11, 402. 
Eusseburn, Thomas de. a judge (1 196), 

1,229-254; (1199), 2, 289. 
Hussey Pedigree, 17, 41. 
Hussey (Husee), Anthony, of Leeds 

Priory, 2, 57; the Rev. A., 15, 

310 »; Rev. Christopher, 16. 284; 

Edward, 17, 41 ; Henry, 10, 133 ; 

Henry, and Isabella his wife, 11, 

338 ; Eev. John, 17, 41 ; Thomas, 

11, 396 ; Eev. Win., 17, 41. 
Hussey, Edward, of Scotney, on 

Scotney Castle, 17, 38-46. 

Hnssey, allied to Hering, 10, 328, 
346. . 

Hussey, E. C, Esq., on Csesar's land- 
ing-place, 1, 94; on St. Mildred's 
Church, Canterbury, 5, 9 ; etching 
of the niche in Leybourne Church, 
136 ; his drawing of the heart- 
shrine, 137 ; his account of the 
same, 161 ; communicates a letter 
of protection from General Fairfax, 
330 ; on an extract from the 
Hundred Eolls, temp. Edw. I., 7, 
322 ; on mediaeval brickwork, 9, 
lxxxix; on Roman remains at Frit- 
teuden, xc ; on British entrench- 
ment in Bigbury Wood, 13 ; Frit- 
t snden ( Ihurch tiles, 203; on a wall- 
painting in Rochester Cathedral, 
10, 73, 74; on mediaeval windows, 
casements, and shutters, 90-92 ; 
communicates copies of ancient 
records, 316, 324; on Barfreston 
Church, 16, 1 I'-': C[U i1 id, 3, 1-12; 

12, 263. 

Hustwaite, Edward, 18, 19 ; Isabella, 

ib. ; .Mary, ib. 
Eutchenson, George, 16, 189, 194. 
Buthesium, 6. L87 ». 
B ittchyn, John, Churchwarden of 

Charing, 8- L28. 
Button, Harry 1 1 163), 10, 250. 25 i, 

255. 
Huxley, Thos. (1684), 14. 356-7. 
Hybrias the Cretan, Song of, 5, L35. 
II. Le arms, impaling Walooi and 

UeL'ise, 3, 1 13'. 

ilias Hive, 18. 37 ; see Hythe. 



Hyde, Edward, Earl of Clarendon, 10, 

45 ; Edward, Viscount Cornbury, 
third Earl of Clarendon, H, lxxxvi- 
xc, 273. 297, 298, 302, 303 ; Edward, 
Baron Clifton and Viscount Corn- 
bury, 11, 273, 298,302; Katherine, 
273, 299, 303; Katherine (Lady 
Cornbury), 293, 297, 298, 301, 303 ; 
Lawrence, Earl of llochester, 301 ; 
Theodosia, Baroness Clifton, 264, 
273, 298; Wm. (King's surveyor 
of church goods), 9, 274. 

Hygate, William de (1263), 3, 253. 

Hygeloc, King, 10, 34, 35. 

Hyggyus, Rev. Edward, 13, 40 k 

Hyld, Robert, 18, 95, 96, 97. 

Hylde, Robert, Mayor of Fordwich 
(1520), 18, 87. 

Hylgard, Robt., 18, 443. 

Hylkenerse, JSdric and Elfric, W., 6, 
206. 

Hylle, William (1492), 16, 304, 310. 

Hyllis, John (1463), 10, 251,252,254, 
258. 

Hyllys, George, Churchwarden of God- 
mersham, 8, 157. 

Hyltb (Helthe), manor, 10, 1 18, 149 ; 
15, 296 ; heirs of Alexander de, 10, 
148. 

Hvlton, Robert, 11, lix; William, 

14, 290. 

Hyndly, George, 14, 78. 

Hyndmas, Thomas, 16, 192. 

Hynxell, James, of Smarden, 9. 226. 

Hypocaust, at Plaxtol, 2, 5 ; at Folke- 
stone, 10, 173-177; Vitruvius on 
Hypocausts, 175, 176. 

Hyssenden alias Nayler, John, 1, 168. 

Hysted, see Eighsted. 

Hythe (Hethe, Heda), 10. 271, 272, 
275; 12,203; 13, 154, 171-3. L79, 
180-8, 2(54; 14, 191-2; 15. 24, 
201, 204, 380 ; 16, 19; 18. 25, 26, 
29, 34, 37, 39, 54, 137, 442 ; not 
Csesar's landing-place,l,101; Annual 
;iii_ r in 1863, 5, xxxiv; seal of 
Hie Customs of. 7, 342; Eaynes 
Hill, celts, 9, 300; names of ships 
from, 10, cix; court held on sea- 
shore at, cxi; Archbishop Warhain 
at, cxii ; eleven ships of, cxx ; its 
M.P. in 1384, 261 ; Celtic remains 
near, 11, 125 ; passion play at, 13, 

222-5; lines relating to, 11, 327; 

15. 275 ; 18. 311. 

Hythe, East, 13. 333-4 ; West, 173, 
174, 333. 

Hythe (Hethe), Hamo de, Bp of 
Rochester (1319-1352), 3- 99; 13, 
86; 14, 326, 334-5; 15, 226; 18, 
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112; his vineyard at Hailing, 6, 
328; his repairs at Bromley, 13, 
15-4; his window in Dartford Church, 
18, 384. 

II vllie, Sir Henry Heyman, member 
for (1642), 2, 181 ; Simon de (1349), 
14, 117; William de, 10, 119; 11, 
317. 

Hythe to Appledore, an estuary for- 
merly Ihere, 1, 95; to hills below 
Pett, changes wrought in this dis- 
trict by r the sea's action, ib. 

Hythe Church (St. Leonard's), 
Wardens' accounts (1412-3), 10, 
242-249 ; St. Katherine's chancel, 
248 ; St. Mary's, ib. ; on human 
remains in, 18, 333-336; church 
described, 403-420. 

Hyxx, Thomas, 15, 335. 



Ibbot, Dr., 9, 179. 

Ibor, a Longobard Chief, 8, 28. 

Ibrackan, Lord, see O'Brien. 

Icelandic kinsmen of St. Thomas 
(Becket), 10, 27 ; 13, 509. 

Ickham (Ikham), 10, 319; 11,214; 
12, 205; 15, 239, 320, 355, 356; 
18, 19, 20, 22; sole, i.e. pond, 9, 
101 ; rcntale, 186 ; rectors of, 14, 
126; rectory, xl, xli ; Roman villa, 
139 ; fines of lands in, H, 342 ; 12, 
292, 295, 307 ; 13, 316 ; 15, 277. 

Ickham Church, 14, xli, 113-133; 
chancel, 115-8; chantry in, 120; 
clock, 113 ; dimensions, 125 ; memo- 
rials of the Barretts of Lee Priory, 
123-4 ; monument of Sir W. South- 
land, 122; nave, 114-5; pedigree of 
the Head family, 116-7 ; spire, 113 ; 
tower and bells, 113-4 ; north tran- 
sept, 120-2 ; south transept, 118-20. 

Ickham, William de, 14, 197. 

Icklesham, 13, 321-4, 326-7, 338, 343. 

Ida, King of Bernicia, 8, 47, 49. 

Idele, Richard de, a tenant of Eudo 
Pateric (1198), 1, 259. 

Iden, 13,338; 18, 58,66. 

Iden, William (1554), 3, 182; Win, 
of Sutton Valence, 11, 403. 

Idenden, Alice, 11, 371 ; Aveys, 371 ; 
Edmund, ib. ; Godelive, ib. ; Joan, 
ib. ; Margaret, ib. ; Richard, 370 ; 
William, 370-1. 

Idenne, Richard, T., 3, 83. 

Ifield (Ifeld, Ifelde), 10, 141; fine of 
land in, H, 311 ; Adam, parson of, 
18, 352. 

Ifeld, Sir John de (effigy), 10, lix ; 



John de, 155, 156; 12, 303; Mar- 
geria, 303; Michael de, 18, 340, 
343; Richard de, 14, 265; Sara, 
265. 

Ifiins Wood, 13, 9; barrow in, 9, 18. 

Iford, Stephen de, 12, 235. 

Igglesden, 14, 41. 

ightham, 4, 100 »; 12, 229; 13, 2, 
9, 138; 14, 226, 228-9, 230, 233, 
239-40, 356, 371 ; 15, 91, 98, 100-2, 
375-7; 17, 160; 18, 24; Roman 
remains at, 2, 8; parish registers, 
4,243,256; 5,244; 14,236; Mote 
manor, 10, 150 ; brief for, 14, 206 ; 
chapel at the Mote, 363; fines relat- 
ing to, 13, 306 ; 15, 277, 281, 293, 
296, 303. 

Ightham Church, repairs (1639), 3, 
195; effigy of Sir Thomas Caw no, 
4, 221, 223 n ; 9, lv ; inscriptions 
in, 5, 244; the Cawne window, 324 ; 
9, lv ; two galleries, lv ; seven 
vents, 110 ; inventory of church 
goods, 273. 

Igulden, William, churchwarden of 
Great Chart, 8, 159. 

Ikelynton, Rev. Thomas de, 16, 86. 

Ikin, John, 13, 373. 

Ilbart, John, 17, 89. 

libers, Thomas, 17, 98. 

Ildergate, John (Sandwich), 7, 234. 

lies Bridge 13, 357. 

lies, Thomas, 18, 32. 

Ilfield, 15, 270. 

Ilkyngdenn, Galfr., T., 9, 301. 

Illis, Ric.,18, 401. 

Illuminated manuscripts, 11, 189-193. 

Illustrations in Archceologia Cantiana, 
Vols. I. to XVIII., see separate 
Index of Illustrations. 

Immatt, Samuel, 16, 87. 

Inauguration of the Kent Arehaeol. 
Society at Maidstone (1858), 1, xxxv. 

Incense cups, 9, 25. 

Indian mode of reckoning, 9, 98. 

Indulgence -ranted, 14, 336 ; by Car- 
dinal Morton, 17, 214. 

Indulgences, a source of income to 
churchwardens of Hythe, 10, 243, 
246; promised on tombstones, 11, 
58. 

Ine, King of Wessex, descended from 
W r oden, 8, 48. 

Ine, compensation paid to him by 
Kentish men, 10. 29. 

Ine, Elias, 14, 252 ; Isabella, 247 ; 
Richard, ib. ; William, 252. 

Infanta of Kent, see Juliana de Ley- 
bourne. 

" Inferior," meaning " south," 9, 109. 

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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Church, Canterbury, 7, -17, 52 ; al 
Ely, 53 M . 
Infirmaries, medieval, their arrange- 
ments, 7> 55, 56. 
Inge, 11, 310; Fremond, 15, 376; 
Isolda, 13, 306; 15, 376-7; Joan, 
376; Margaret, 11, 333; 15,376; 
Robert, 13, 306 ; 15. 376 : William, 
11, 333; 13,306; 15,376-7. 
Ingelond, Thomas, sawyer, T., 3, 79. 
Engemarah (Lydd), 13, 250. 
Ingfangthef defined, 9, Ixiv n. 
Ingham, Sir Oliver (effigy), 10, lix. 
Inglesham, Peter de, W., 5, 216; 

Kobert de, W., 202 ; 6, 195. 
Englethorp, Thos. de, Bishop of 
Rochester (1283-1290), 3, 99 ; 11, 
66. 
Inglonde, John (1485), 16, 291. 
Ingoberga, the saintly wife of Chari- 

bert, 3, 20. 
Ingolf, John, 15, 302. 
Ingram, Bennet, 16, 195 ; price of her 

coffin 3s., 181. 
In-ram, Sir Arthur, 11, 229: Jhon, 
chaplain, 7, 305 ; John (1185), 16, 
293 ; Rev. Richard (1606), 13, 478; 
Thomas, 16, 195, 196 ; Win, Smar- 
den, 9, 227 ; William, of Canter- 
bury, 16, 298-9, 303, 305-6, 308, 
318. 
Ini, King (704), 18, 16. 
Inkpett, Peter, churchwarden of Elm- 
stead, 8, 147. 
Inland, a rent in Dartford manor 

(1253), 2, 311 ; 3, 249. 
Inne, Richard (1405), 10, 256. 
Innkeepers' bills (1668), 16, 270-4. 
Inns, si^ns of, 1, 111. 
Inquisitio Forinceca, 2, 305, 324. 
Inquisitiones post mortem explained, 

2. 281, 288. 
Inquisitiones j)ost mortem printed 
(1235-1253), 2, 292-312; (1253- 
1263), 3. 24S-265; (1263), 4,311- 
315: (1264-1270), 5, 292-301; 
C127I ), 6. 237-245. 
[nscriptions, Roman, referring to the 
Eighth Legion, in Britain, 2. 66 ; 
curious, mi tombstones al I vychureb, 
13, 456; in Cheriton Church, 18, 
368 : in Dartford, 388; in Sheld- 
vrich, 28!t-2!t2: in St, Paul's Cray, 
2S3. 2S6 ; mi coin found at Prinds- 
bury, L92. 
I asula, see [/Isle. 
1 1 1 1 < • r 1 1 1 r - 1 1 1 without coffins, 4, 29. 
I nventoriee of I tover Maison Dieu, of 
si. Martin's (Dover), and Minster 
(8hepey) Priories, 7, 272-306. 
Inventories of parish church goods in 



Kent (a.d. 1552), 8. 74 ; 9, 260 ; 
10, 2S2; 11,409; 14,290. 
Inventories, of the goods of Juliana de 
Leybourne (a.d. 1367), 1, 1-8 ; of 
the goods of Win. Balisou of Hail- 
ing (1583), 15, 391 ; of church 
goods of St. Andrew's, Canterbury, 
17, 150-2; of parish church goods 
in Paversham (1512), 18, 105-112. 
Ipenbury, Ambrose, 18, 19. 
Ipenhurst, Richard de (1269), 5, 

300. 
Ipre, William de, 9, lxiii ; Earl of 
Kent, enriches the Abbey of St. 
Bertin, 4, 206, 209 ; his seal, 206 ; 
his career, 206 n. 
Ips alias Epps, q.v. 
Ipswich, Black Priars, 13, 92 ; mu- 
seum, 15, 372. 
Irbv, Sir Anthony, a committee-man 

at Goldsmiths' Hall, 4, 146. 
Irchester, Roman coffin at, 14. 36. 
Ireland, 5, 185-6 ; the Lord Deputy 
of, at Rochester (1578), 2. 74, 77 ; 
the pacification of (1646), 212. 
Ireland, Rev. John (1535), 16, 289. 
Ireton, General, 9, 44, 187. 
Irland, Robert, a setter - mason, 2, 

123. 
Iron implements (Saxon) from Sarr 

Cemetery, 5, 312. 
Iron-smelting in Kent and Sussex, 1, 

115 ; at Dartford Heath, 18, 308. 
Ironsyde, Dr. Gilbert, 18, 236. 
Irt the Less, i.e. Chart, Little, q.v. 
Irvine, J. T., on Rochester Cathedral, 
18, 262, 265, 271 n, 272 », 274, 
276 », 278. • 
Irvssh, John, T., 4, 71-75; John 

(1522), 12, 422. 
Irysshman, David (1522), 12,424. 
Isaackc, allied to Darell, 17, 47 ; Ann, 
47 ; Edward, a church goods com- 
missioner, 8. 87 ; James, 17, 47. 
Isaacson, Rev. S., 15, 309, 372-3. 
[saak, 11, 310; Edward, 399; John, 
395; 13. 324; 14, 169; William, 
11, 327. 
Isabel, the Lady, 1, 241. 
[sabel, coheir of Earl of Gloucester, 

wife of Kin-- John, 3- M2. 
[sabel of Prance, wife of Edward II., 
13. S'.i. 1 12: Leeds Castle granted 
to her, 7, 339. 
Isabella, wile of Edward III., H, 30. 
Isabella, William, son of (Plumsted, 

L200), 2. 2:.:;. 
Is;ike. Henry, benefactor to Crayford 

Church, 18, 327. 
Iselham, Robert de, 13, 305. 
Isemongere, John, T., 3, 91- 



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153 



Isham, Rev. Edmund, 13, 479 ; Ed- 
ward, 18, 38 ; Margery, ib. 

Islands in the Stour, 4, 40. 

Islay, feu-duties of, 11, 254, 296. 

Islep alias Jocelyn, William de, 15, 
219, 228, 261. 

Isley of Sundridge, 15, 3. 

Isley (Isle, Isli, Ysley), Lady Eliza- 
beth, 16, 276 ; Sir Henry (and 
Wyatt's rebellion), 3, 180; 4,221, 
236 ; 11, 143, 401 ; John de, seal 
of, 4, 220 ; Sir John de, seal, 3, 143 ; 
John, 16, xlii; Mr., 17, 227; 
Roger, 16, 275 ; Thomas, 4, 221 ; 
11, 143 ; Sir Thomas, 16, 27G ; 
William, 7, 242. 

Islingham, 11, 214. 

Islip, Archbishop, 9, 132 ; 13, 424-5 ; 
14, 127, 177 ; sues Archbishop 
Ufford's executors for dilapidations, 
7, 157, 190. 

Islip, Rev. Thomas, 13, 465; the 
rector of, 15, 32, 241 ; Richard de, 
14, 267. 

Islipp, Abbot of Westminster, 10, 73. 

Ismongere, John, of Dartford, 9, 294. 

Isolda de Crevecceur, 7, 337. 

Ispannia, Thos. de, 14, 274. 

Isseworth, 5, 261. 

Issodon, Ralph de, 8, 275. 

Istaby in Sweden, runes at, 8, 191. 

Isyng, John (1522), 12, 424. 

Italica (old Seville), 15, 138. 

Itenton (or Ityngton), 13, 322-4, 343. 

Ithamar (Tthamar) the Englishman, 
Bp. of Rochester (644-655), 6, 44 ; 
17, xliii; 18, 262 ; site of his grave 
in Rochester Cathedral, 263; his 
remains removed, 271. 

Itherdene land, Strood ? (c. 1220), 2, 
226. 

Ithum, Alice, 15, 277 ; John, ib. 

Itinerary of Antoninus, see Antoninus. 

Itius Portus, Caesar sailed from, 3, 3. 

Ive (Yve), Isabella, 15, 298; John, 
ib.; Nicholas, 14, 186, 188, 191; 
Stephen, 192. 

Ivelegh (Yeflee, Yeuele), Henry de, 
11, 131 ; sells Stapleton freestone 
for Rochester Castle (13G8), 2, 112; 
his work on Cowling Castle (1381-2), 
97, 98. 

Ivold, Mother, 11, 155. 

Ivory objects found in Saxon cemetery 
at Sarr, 6, 184 ; 7, 308, 309. 

Ivychurch (Ivechurch, Yvechurch), 
10, 125; 13, 137, 189, 196, 261, 
339, 354-6, 450 n ; 14, 126; 17, 
268 ; church, 13, 450-6 ; 14, 371 ; 
rectors, 13, 456-9 ; 14, 354 ; inven- 
tory of church goods, 9, 274 ; fines 



of lands in, 11,337; 12.301; 13, 
295 ; 14, 242 ; 15, 280, 289, 299. 

Ivy Hatch in Ightham, 14, 226, 229, 

232. 
I wade, Lokelyng, and HersyiiLT, 

marshes in, 1, 128-9; lands of fche 

Northwodes, 2, 36, 37. 
Iwade (Eywade, Ywadc), 13, 328, 

338-9; fines of lands in, H, 315; 

14, 245 ; 15, 208, 307 ; 18, 338 ; 

rood-screen, 14, 371. 



Jack : -a napes, 9, 105 ; -daw, ib. ; -pud- 
ding, ib. ; -ketch, ib. ; -a dandy, ib. ; 
a-lantern, ib. ; -of Hilton, ib. 

Jack Straw's place, 9, 147. 

Jackson, Edmund, Prebend of Roches- 
ter, 6, 63 »; Jno. (ob. 1821), 18, 
212 ; Richard (Dartford, 1575), 395; 
Thomas, 16, 74, 79 ; Rev. Thomas, 
13, 459. 

Jacob, Isaac, a Jewish coachmau, mur- 
dered his master on Gad's Hill, 6, 
70, 71. 

Jacob, Alan, 15, 295, 299 ; Alicia, 10, 
lxvii ; Edward, of Faversham, 14, 
384; Edward, 15, 127; Alderman 
E. J. (of Canterbury), 14, 384; 
John (1628), 10, xcii ; Peter, 15, 
307 ; Richard, 18, 25 ; Rev. Richard 
(1749), 13, 478; Robert (1473), 
10, lxv. 

Jaggard (Juggard), Ric, 18, 445. 

Jairden, Godfrey, Churchwarden of 
Eastwell(1552),8, 144. 

Jajer, J. Rob., 16, 204. 

Jakemau, Rev. Thomas (1541), 16, 
290. 

Jakes, Nicholas, execution of, 7, 243. 

Jakjm, Alice, 12, 295 ; William, ib. 

Jakys, William, 15, 263-5 ; (Saltwood, 
1413), 18, 427. 

Jambert, Archbishop, 13, 349-67. 

James I., visits Rochester, 6, 55, 59 ; 
his bed at Knole, 9, li ; his nick- 
name for Lewisham, 140 ; his friend- 
ship with Esme Stuart, Lord 
D'Aubigny, 13, 49-55. 

James II., escapes from Rochester, 6, 
76; his bed at Knole, 9, xlix ; 
knighted Robert Guldeford, 14, 16. 

James, arms and pedigree of, 4, 
242; Col., of Ightham Court, 244; 
Edward George, Vicar of Thorn- 
ham (1880), 18, 250; F., 11, 
189 ; Sir Henry, of the Ordnance 
Survey, 9, lxxxvii; Lodowick, 11, 
244 ; Martin, 14, 33 ; Roger (1463), 



154, 



INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



13, 461; Rev. Thomas, 15, 358; 
William, of Court Lodge, Ightham 
(1642), 1,210; 3,145,158; 4,138, 
192, L93 ; 9. 33 », 47; 16, 55. 

Jan, Thomas, of Newchurch, 13, 423, 
432, 461, 4S5. 

Jane, Mrs., 18, 139, 149, 153. 

Jane (Grey), Queen, 14, 13. 

Janeway, James, 15, 358. 

Jansen, Cornelius, portraits by, 11, 
175, 188. 

Jaques Court, Lydd, 13, 276, 430. 

Jaques, Captain, 15, 187, 199; Mr. 
John, 18, 160; Sir John, ib. 

Jarman, Sir John (1500), 16, 316. 

Jarpenville, Aubrea de, 13, 365-6, 
409 ; Wm. de, ib. 

Jarvis, Thomas, 18, 339. 

Javelins Sheriffs', 3, 191. 

Jay, Henry le (Canterbury, 1251), 2, 
302 ; John, 15, 203-5 ; Robert 
(1 165), 10, 256, 257; Win. le 
(1251), 2, 303. 

Jeaffreson, \V. J., on Castle Hill, 
Folkestone, 10, xliv. 

Jebb, George, 15,219, 250-1. 

Jeokett, John, 18,21. 

Jeckett alien Smith, Alice, 18, 21. 

Jecur, John, 15, 363. 

Jedbourne, Stevyn, Churchwarden of 
St. Mary, Northgate, Canterbury, 
8, 122. 

Jefferson, Rev. J., of Appledore, 14, 
96. 

Jefferston Head and "Watering, 13, 
279. 

Jeffrey (Jefferay, Jeffery, Jeffrey), 
Agues, 18,18; Edward, 28; Eliza- 
beth, 14, 118; John, 3, 193 ; of Mers- 
ham, 10. 282; Rev. John (1027), 
13, 412 ; John, 18. 28, 35; Major- 
General, 14, 18J ; Stephen, 18, 22; 
Thomas, 14, 296; 18, 18. 

Jkitki.ys, Canon 11. A., 9, civ; on 
Hawkhurst I Ihurch, 2 10-65. 

Jeffreys, l>r. Jamea i Eastchurch, 
1684), 14, 381 ; Chief Justice, 381, 
387. 

Jefne.Sir William Le (1271), 6,244; 
see Jeofne. 

Jehficok, Laurence (1522), 12, 424. 

Jekin, John, 13, 373. 

Jekyn, Agnes, T., 3, 93 ; Tims., Rector 
of Warehorne (i 138), 4, 101. 

Jellinge, in Jutland, barrow of Thyre 
Danebod at, 2. 17. 

Jemes, Elena, of Cobham, widow of 
T„ .-. her "ill (1 136), 2, 225. 

Jemmett, Caleb, 17, 12, 302; Wil- 
liam, 12; W. F. li., 191, 

Jenefelde (Jenesfelde), (Ceroid, Gil- 



bert, Guy, John, Jordan, and Roger, 
AY., 6,200. 
Jenings, allied to Dering, 10, 334. 
Jenkin alias George, Margaret, 18, 

36 ; Thomas, ib. 
Jenkins, Rev. Canon R. C, on 
Saxon monasteries in Kent, 3> 19 ; 
on the gates of Boulogne at Hard res 
Court, 4, 43 ; on fragments of Nor- 
man building al Great Woodlands, 
Lyminge, 123 ; on an earl} - font 
and leaden coffin at Lyminge, 5, 
331 ; on the history of Sandwich, 6, 
xlviii ; on documents relating to the 
Twysden family, 8, 50 ; on chap- 
lains' life in the 17th century, 9, 
lii ; on the Mote at Ightham, lvii ; 
on Lyminge Basilica and Church, 
205 (see 18, 46) ; on Paddlesworth 
Church, 10, xlix ; on the municipal 
records of Folkestone, lxix ; on early 
claims to the discovery of the circu- 
lation of the blood, xevi ; on early 
Christian Basilicas, ci ; on a Roman 
hypocaust at Folkestone, 173-177 ; 
on Minster (Thanet) and St. Mil- 
dred, 12, 177-196; on a mediaeval 
pilgrimage from Laon to Kent, 238 ; 
on the family of Guldeford, 14, 1-17. 

Jenkins, John, 15, 204 ; Sir Leoline, 
11, 280, 283; Rev. Robert (1737), 
13,487; Walter, 15,112; William, 
10, exxii. 

Jenkinson, arms of, 4, 251. 

Jenkyn, William (1473), 10, lxi, 
lxvii. 

Jenkyns, Thomas, of Eythorne, 5, 
123. 

Jenner, allied to Dering, 10, 335. 

Jennings, Anthony, .Mayor of Pord- 
wich (1680), 18, 88, 90 ; Anthony, 
Mayor (1743-64), 89 ; Anthony the 
younger, Mayor (1764-6), 89; 
Anthony, Mayor (1785-1830), 89, 

90; Sir John, 17, xl ; Tl las, 

.Mayor of Fordwich (1688-1694), 
18,88; Thomas, Mayor (1714-15), 
88; Upton, Mayor of Fordwich 
(1776-85), 89. 

Jenyn, James, baker, Leeds Prior}', 
2,61. 

Jeofne, Wm. le, 12, 216. 

Jercies, ije. young ewes. 10, 324. 

Jermvn, Joan, of Cobham, 11, 102; 
Robert, 372-3. 

Jernegan, Sir Henry (1558), 10, exii. 

Jernj ogham, Sir II., H, li, 111 ; 
John, 208; 12, 142; see Jernegan 
and Gemingbam. 

Jersey, 15, 31, 119; Earl of, 381; 16, 
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Jerusalem, Hospitallers of, land called 
Gladerugge, 3, 215 ; prior of hos- 
pital of, 12, 234 

Jervas, Wm, of Tenterden, 11, 403. 

Jervise, John, of Woodchurrh, 11, 
403. 

Jessett, F. B., 16, 222. 

Sessop, William (1664), 18, 117. 

Jewel, Bishop, 15, 242-3. 

Jewels, belonging to Edward III., 
Richard II., Queen Anne, etc., 1, 
77 ; of Frances, Duchess of Iticb- 
mond and Lenox, 11, 234-236, 239, 
242-3 ; of Queen Catherine Howard, 
239 ; of Lady Catherine O'Brien, 
250, 299, 300. 

Jewry Lane, Canterbury, mosaic pave- 
ment found in, 4, 38. 

Jews, their dealings with Peter de 
Bending, 6, 306, 310, 311, 312, 314, 
310, 317 ; with Christ Church, Can- 
terbury, 315, 316, 317. 

Jinkyn, Edward, 12, 390. 

Joanes, Rev. Daniel, remarkable story 
of, 8, 314; B/ic.j of Romney Marsh 
17, 230. 

Jobsou, Sir Francis, 14, 317, 322, 325 

Jobvn, Thomas, T., 3, 81. 

Joce, Adam, of Dartford, 9, 298 
Alice (1522), 12, 426; Henry 
(1261), 3, 251; John, 11, 372 
Thomas, 403. 

Jocelyn (alias de Islep), William, 15 
219, 262. 

Johannes de Cruce, W., 4, 208 ; Alius 
Terrici de Canturia, W., 6, 314 
Rhus Oram., W., 8, 272. 

John, Abbot of Cumbwell, 6, 194 n 
Chaplain of Abp. Langton,W., 211 
the Chaplain, W., 203; clerk of 
Welles, W., 308 ; the cook, W., 201 
of Dover, W., 4, 211 ; of Gaunt 
Duke of Lancaster, T., 69, 71, 76 
85 ; of Hurst, W., 214 ; the monk 
W., 6, 210; Prior of Christ Church 
Canterbur} 7 , confirms grants to 
Cumbwell, 196 ; attempted identifi 
cation, ib. n ; Prior of St. Martiu's 
Dover (1534), 7, 281 ; of Shilling- 
helde (Suilinghoude), W., 4, 213 
and n ; . . . . , T., 75. 

John, King, 3, 142 ; 13, 190, 363-4, 
470 ; years of his reign whence 
dated, 4, 295 ra; at Chilham, 7, lv; 
at Folkestone, 10, lvi, cvi, cvii ; at 
Canterbury, 13, 508-9 ; act of vas- 
salage to the Pope, 281-2. 

John II., King of France, 6, 46. 

John, Agues, 15, 362 ; Gilbert, son of, 
a juror (1271), 6,237; Thomas, 15, 
362. 



Johnes. Margaret, 18, 33. 

Johnetj John, 14, 197. 

Johnson family, note on, 18, 82 n, 89. 

Johnson, Alien, 10, L95 ; Andrew, of 
Monks BLorton, 9, 270; Captain, 
15, 201, 204, 206 ; 17, 342-3, 345, 
349,352; 18, 114, J03; Christian, 
18, 19 ; Elizabeth, 14, 63, 75, 79 ; 
18, 31, 32, 34 ; Francis, 32; George, 
11, 412; Henry (Mayor of Ford- 
wich, 1003, etc.), 18, 88, 89 ; Hugh, 
12,389; Mrs. Hugh, 17,276; Rev. 
Isaac, 16, 290 ; John, annuitant of 
Christ Church, Canterbury, 2, 59 ; 
John, 12, 389; 17, 81; 18, 19; 
John (Mayor of Fordwich, 1561), 
87, 89; Rev. John (Dartford, 1515), 
395; Rev. John, 17, 295; Paul, 
14, 63, 75, 79 ; 18, 24, 25 ; Richard 
(1522), 12, 425; Rev. Robert, 14, 
142; 18, 385, 449; Rev. Thomas, 
13,487; 17, 312; Thomas, Craw- 
thorne Chapel, 2, 61 ; Thomas, 12, 
424; 15, 119, 124; 16,316; Tho- 
mas (Mayor of Fordwich, 1668), 18, 
88 ; Timothy, 89 ; Wiston, 29 ; 
Xtofer, 11, 215. 

Johnson, Dr. Samuel, visits Rochester, 
6, 79 ; on music, 81. 

Johnson, Mr., Vicar of Appledore, 14, 
94. 

Johnson, allied to Lovelace, 10, 195. 

Jokyn, John, 14, 195. 

Joll'iffe, arms, 12, 372 ; Admiral, 15, 
142 ; Mr. Charles, 16, hi. 

Jolly, Mr., 15, 206. 

Jolly Waterman, sign of a public-house 
at Maidstone, 4, 115. 

Jolly-boat, Danish, 9, 112. 

Joman, John, of Dartford, 9, 287. 

Jones, Ann, 18, 292 ; David, a 
physician, 6, 65 n ; 15, 115, 
120; David, 18. 23; Edward, 17, 
130, 130 ; Elizabeth, 18, 217 ; 
Henry, 12, 389; Iuigo, 11, lxvi, 
lxx-ii, 255; 12, 69; at Chevening, 
9, xlvi; James, 12, 69; Joan, 18, 
39 ; Lewis, 15, 251 ; Robert Heskith, 
17, 313-4; Roger, 18, 29 ; Stephen, 
292; Susan, 23 ; Thomas, 101, 217 ; 
William, 29, 39; Rev. William, 16, 
93. 

Jonson, Rev. Geo., 13, 426. 

Joppa, Hemy, Bp. of, 13, 445. 

Jordaen's pictures at Cobhain, 11, 
104, 105. 

Jordan of Lamberhurst, W., 5, 215. 

Jordan (Jordon, Jorden), Alfred, of 
Milton, 9, 105 ; Alice, 13, 302 ; 14, 
249-50; Cecilia, 12, 306; Rev. 
George, 13, 459; Hugh (1264), 5, 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



292 ; Joane, 15, 381 ; John, 13, 

302 ; 14, 249-50; Rev. John (1433), 

18. 297 ; Nicholas (1251-2), 2, 306 ; 

Nicholas 15, 381 ; Robert, 12,306; 

Rev. Robert, 18- 332: Thomas 

(1251-2), 2, 306; Thomas, 14, 275 ; 

William, Prior of St. Augustine's, 

Canterbury, 2, 58 ; Wm, 12, 389 ; 

Rev. Wm. (1349), 18, 292. 
Jordanis, on the Anses, 8, 21. 
Jordan's Wood, Lartford, Roman 

camp on, 18, 307 ; old road, 308. 
Jordeyn, Rev. Humfry, 13, 465. 
Jory, Agnes and John, 15, 300 ; John, 

T., Thanet, 3, 71. 
Josce, heirs of William, 12. 223. 
Joskyn, John (1451). 10, 317. 
Jotar, i.e. Jutes, 8, 177. 
Jott, Dorothy, 14, 81. 
Jour, Beatrix, 14. 272; Jno., 272. 
Joustes a j)hiisauce,joustes a ouirance, 

5, 159. 
Jouvin, Moris., de Rochfort, Treasurer 

of France (1670), on Rainham 

Church tower, 17, 53. 
Jouwel, Johanna, 15, 285 ; Thomas, 

ib. 
Jovene {query Jeune), Richard le, 10, 

135 ; 11, 368 ; see Juuene, Jefne. 
Jowett, John (1412), 10, 245. 
Joy, Rev. R., 17, 65; Thomas, the 

cook at Leeds Priory, 2, 64; Wm, 

the strong man of Kent, 9, 124. 
Joy Wood, 16, 11. ' 
Joyce, Lame, 18, 28 ; John, 12, 388; 

Thomas, 31. 
Joye, Mr., of Sandwich, 16, 184-190, 

192. 
Joygnour, John le, 14,274; Juliana 

le, ib. 
Jovner, Francis, 18, 31 ; Margaret, 

31. 
Joynour, Emma, 11, 346; John le, 

346; Harry, 15, 334. 
Judd Hill, BuTolevum, 1, 167; 13, 9, 

13, 14. 
Judde, Alice, 16, 165 ; 17, 193, 202; 

Andrew, 204, 207 ; Sir Andrew, 14, 

343; 16, 165; 17, xlvi, 1, 193-4, 

2(i2, 204; John, 16- 165; Dame 

Mary, 17, 194; Richard, 16, 165. 
Jude, John, 11, 396. 
Judelay, Thomas, T., 3, 88. 
Judelye, .John, 10- 120. 
Judelyn, Richard, 14. 257. 
Judge, Eliza, 18. 417 ; Thomas, ib. 
Judges' circuits, their antiquity, 5, 20. 
Judges, shrimps for the (Rochester 

accounts), 2. 78, 79. 
Judges, Puisne, did not wear the collar 

ofSS., 1, 85. 



Jugerinus, Lominus, 14, 142. 

Juggin,W., 16,129. 

Ju^iim, a yoke of land (1197), 1, 252. 

Julaber's grave, 7, 1 ; 13, 11-13. 

Juliana, the Infanta of Kent, 5, 136, 
139 ; see Leybourne. 

Juliana, widow of Hugh Bigod, Earl 
of Norfolk, and wife of Walkelin de 
Maminot, W., 5, 198, 200. 

Juliers, Marquess of, 14, H. 

Jull, Francis, Mayor of Fordwich 
(1676), 18, 88. 

Julliberies grave, probable Saxon ori- 
gin of, 7, xlviii, 1 ; 13, 11-13. 

Julyan (Julyn), Rev. John, 9, 283 ; 
16, 87 ; Thomas, 14, 311. 

Jumpe, William, Curate of St. Marv 
in the Marsh, 10, 296. 

Jurieu, Laniel, 15, 35; Peter, 35. 

Justices, Chief, did not wear the SS. 
collar from Henry VI. to Henry 
VIII., but always from the begin- 
ning of Elizabeth's reign, 1, 86. 

Justices of Peace receive orders of 
House of Commons for first time 
(1641), 1, 188. 

Jute, Angle and Saxon Royal pedi- 
grees, by Laniel Henry Haigh, 8, 
18. 

Jutebenjh (Juteborgh, Juttebergh), 
Philip de, 10, 226, 228, 229 ; 11, 
322 ; 14, 186. 

Jutes, settled in Kent and in the Isle 
of Wight, 1, 44 ; in East Kent, 10, 
299, 312; various forms of the 
name, 8, 176 and n, 261. 

Juuene (? Jeune), Richard, W., 4, 
214 ; William, W., 6, 314. 

Juxon, Archbishop of Canterbury 
(1660-63), 9, 177, 180; 14, 131, 
161, 289 ; 15, 248 ; 16, 86, 124. 

Juyke, John, T, 3, 82. 

Juyn, Sir John, brass in Redclyffe 
Church, Bristol, without collar of 
SS., temp. Hen. VI., 1, 86. 



K 



Ka'hvell, Mr., exhibits brass-rubbings, 
2. xliii. 

Kalesforde, John de, 12, 226. 

Kancia, Walter de, 15, 14. 

Kandie alias Brickenden, Mary, 18, 
22. 

Kandler, Charles (goldsmith), 17, 260. 

Kansagi (Karsagi), Cassimurus, a foot- 
hoy, executed for murder, 6, 71. 

Kantevs, Johanna, 15, 274; Robert, 
ib. 

Kardun, Richard de (1263), 3, 254. 



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Karney, Eev. C, Lumsdcn (1874), 16, 

290. 
Kassvnghain, Wm. de, 12, 221. 
Kateby, John, Boughton, 3, 89. 
Katur : -Corner, 5, 81 n ; -cousins, 9, 

115; -wise, ib. ; 5, 81 n. 
Katerman, Christofor, 14, 297. 
Katherine of Aragon, see Catherine. 
Katherine of Braganza (Queen) at 

Sandwich, 16, 61-63. 
Kavell (Keuell, Kevell), Laurence 
(Canterbury), 17, 117, 123-6, 129- 
132, 136, 138. 
Kay, Nich., 11, 381. 
Kaylard, Waller, 10, 132. 
Kuyle arms, 10, 330. 
Kayley, Thomas, of Leeds Priorv, 2, 

58. 
Kaystrete in Bobbing, 11, 381. 
Keat, 13, 122 ; Sir Jonathan, ib. 
Kebbel, Isabella, H, 326, 328 ; Rich- 
ard, 326, 328; Sibella, widow of 
William, 6, 231 ; her son David, ib. 
Keble, Edward, Vicar of Sheldwich 

(1558), 18, 298. 
Kechell, Edwd., of Hayes, 9, 268. 
Kechingrove, 10, 156,*157. 
Kechyn, Geoffrey, 7, 243 ; Richard, 

18, 44. 
Kedyntone, John (Wingham), T., 3, 

85. 
Keeble, 1.8, 287. 
Keen, a small animal, 9, 115. 
Keene, Richard, 18, 212. 
Keith, Rev. Alexander, 16, 87 ; John 
(goldsmith), 17, 258, 302, 311, 313 ; 
Rev. John, 16, 89; Rev. Patrick, 
95. 
Kelche, 12, 222 ; Henry de, 11, 320 ; 

Johanna, 312 ; John de, 312. 
Kele, Simon, 11, 411. 
Keleseye, Robert de, 11, 318. 
Kelk, Edward, 10, lxxxix ; Rev. 

Roger, 13, 426. 
Kellam, Brigid, 18, 21 ; Elizabeth, ib. ; 

Henry, ib. ; Thomas, ib. 
Kellam alias Draper, William, 18, 

21. 
Kelle, William, 14, 195. 
Kellie, Henry, 18, 36; Richard, ib. 
Kells, the book of, 11, 190. 
Kellwaye, Robert, 18, 325. 
Kelsey's manor, 17, 264. 
Kelsham, Thomas, gent., 7, 237. 
Kelvesden, John de, 15, 222, 259. 
Kelway, Robert, 18, 405. 
Kelysham, John, T., 4, 80. 
Kemble, John Mitchell, 4, 199 ; 9, 

16, 67 ; Rev. John, 16, 113. 
Kemenhole (Chislehurst), 13, 389. 
Kemeseye, Rev. Walter de, 13, 457, 



458; Walter de, of Wingham, 14, 
277. 
Kempe, arms of, 11,895; Christopher, 
18,23; John, 22; Sir John (1550), 
8, 96; John, Bishop of London and 
Archbishop of Canterbury (1452- 
1454), 2, 29; 5,26; 7,239; 9, H'O; 

14, 1, 305,386; 16, 311; 18,56; 
Mr., 160; Nicholas, 14, 243 ; Thomas 
Bishop of London, 9, 190»; Tho- 
mas, of Wye, 11, 400 ; Thomas, 12, 
389 ; Rev. Thomas (Lymne, 1459), 
18,444; Sir Thomas, of Ollantigh, 
5, 30; 8, 86; (155S), 10, oxii; 
(1561), 17, 219, 228; Sir William, 

5, 117 ; AVilliam, 17, 128, 135, 136, 
138, 139. 

Kempes of Ollantigh, their descent 

from Chicheley, 10, 116. 
Kempsall, Major, 16, 53 ; Thomas, 

Churchwarden of Beckenham, 8, 

105. 
Kemsing (Kemesyng'), 10, 158, 323 ; 

12, 235 ; 14, 239 ; manor, 10, 155, 
158; Enlymmede in, 186; church 
and lights therein, 14, 223 ; fines of 
lands in, 11, 325, 338, 344 ; 15, 284. 

Kemsing, John de (Folkestone, 1271), 

6, 240; William de, 14, 279-80; 

15, 273. 

Kemsley Downs, 13, 122, 126. 

Kemsley (Kemesle, Kemesley), Elfric 
de (1198), 1, 267 ; John, 15, 333. 

Ken, Beatrix, 14, 272; John le, 12, 
291 ; 14, 272 ; Matilda, 12, 291 ; 
Philip le, 218; Thomas de, of Os- 
pringe, 10, 137 ; Sir Walter le, W., 
5, 221 ; see Keu. 

Kenardington (Kenardyntone, Kener- 
dinton, Kenerton, Kennardington, 
Kynardington), 10, 141 ; 11, 366, 
367 ; 12, 222 ; 13, 261 ; 14, 323-4, 
359, 366-7 ; 16, 90 ; 18, 25, 58 ; 
lands of Thomas de Norman vill 
(1246), 2, 293; entrenchment at, 

13, 10; manor, 193, 266; fines of 
land in, 2, 264 ; 11, 312, 320, 321 ; 

14, 247. 
Kenardington-cum-Cockride manor, 

10, 141. 
Kenardington, Roger de, 12, 210. 
Kenchill in Tenterden, 14, 48-9, 58. 
Kendale, Lord Robert de, constable of 

Dover Castle, 10, cxxxvii ; 14, 196, 

198. 
Kendall (1463), 10, 251, 254, 256, 

257. 
Kene, heirs of Ralph le, 10, 116. 
Keuedie, Sir John, 16, 52. 
Kenefeld, John, T., 3, 94; Thomas, 

T., 94, 95 bis. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIIT. 



Kenelle. Laurence, 17, 122. 

Kenct (Keneth), Christopher, of Can- 
terbury, 16, 298, 302, 304, 306, 308 ; 
17. 78; John, 16, 320; Nicholas 
de, 12, 229 ; 15, L4; Peter de, 14. 

Kenctts, 10, 127. 

Keneturt, Cristina, 11, 342 ; Nicholas 
de, ib. 

Keueweld, J&mes, 13, 354. 

Kenewv, John de, 10, 149 ; Johu, 13, 
318;" 15, 2S1, 296; Juliana, 13, 
318; Margeria, 15, 281, 296. 

Kenewygbourne, 12, 203. 

Kenilworth, 14, 331 ; Castle, 9, cxii; 
Henry VI. retires to, after a skir- 
mish at Sevenoaks, 7, 240 ; Dictum 
de, 7, 230 ; Prior of, 14, 335. 

Kennardington, see Kenardington. 

Kennay, John, of Molash, 10, 283. 

Kenne, Thomas (1463), 10, 250, 252, 
254. 

Kennerley, allied to Dering, 10, 342. 

Kennett, John, 16, 271 ; Robert, 12, 
353; Thomas (1596), 10, lxxix ; 
Thomas, 12, 389; 18, 38; Wm, 
35. 

Kennett's Lane, Minster, 12, 353. 

Kennington, 12, 220; 15, 5, 26, 28; 
18, 16 ; extract from parish register 
of, 4, 267; "poor," 9, 130; inven- 
tory of church goods, 275 ; church, 
15, xlvii, 28; fines relating to, 13, 
297 ; 14, 273. 

Kennington (Kenynirtone), John de, 
14, 336 ; Mabilla, 12, 294 ; Richard 
de, ib. 

Keurick, Margaret, 18, 25 ; ¥m., on 
Committee of Kent, 9, 33 n. 

Kenrick alias Eaton, James, 18, 25. 

Kent, the men of, 1, 22, 23, 25,26, 27, 
28, 30 ; religious houses in, 2, 54 ; 
under the Romans, 1, 115 ; 2, 
xxxviii ; letters of men of, 233 ; 
state of, in a.d. 1261, 5, 170, 172; 
ditch, 9, cv ; hatch, 81 ; musters of 
trained men (1588), 10, cxx ; pre- 
eminent among Saxon kingdoms, 
37 ; damage done by hailstorms 
(1764), 14, 218. 

Kent Archaeological Society, originated 
at Mereworth Castle, 1, xxxiii ; 
inaugural meeting at Maidstone, 
xxxv ; annual meetings (1858, at 
Canterbury), 1, lxiii ; (1859, at 
Rochester), 2, xxxiii; (I860, at 
Dover), 3, x.xxi; (1861, at Maid- 
Btone), 4, zzxii ; (1862, ai Hythe), 
5, xxxviii; (1863, at Penshurst 
Place), 6, xxxviii ; (1864, at Sand- 
wich), xliv ; (1865, at Hever and 
Tunbridgo), 7, xl ; <1866, at Ash- 



ford), xlvi; (1867, at Dartford), 
lxiii ; (1868, at Canterbury), 8, xl ; 
(1869, at West Mailing), xliv ; 
(1870, at Sittingbourne), xlix ; 
(1871, at Knole House, Sevenoaks), 
9, xxxviii ; (1872, at Favershain), 
Iviii ; (1873, at Cranbrook), lxxxv ; 
(1874, at Folkestone), 10, xxxviii; 
(1875, at Dover), cxxviii ; (1876, at 
Gravesend), 11, xxxiv ; (1877, in 
Thanet), 12, xxxv ; (1878, at Brom- 
ley), xlii ; (1879, in Romnev Marsh), 
13, xl; (1880, at Tenterden), 14, 
xxxix; (1881, at Canterbury), xliii ; 
(1882, at Maidstone), 15, xxxvii ; 
(1S83, at Ashford), xlv; (1881, at 
Sevenoaks), 16, xl ; (1885, at Sand- 
wich), 1 ; (1886, at Rochester), 17, 
xxxvii ; (1887, at Tunbridge), xliv ; 
(1888, at Hythe), 18, xlv; (1889, 
at Dartford), xlviii ; (1890, at Can- 
terbury), li. 

Kent, on Cade's followers in (by Wil- 
liam Durrant Cooper, F.S.A.), 7, 
233. 

Kent, a chapter of county gossip 
(1713-28), 5, 87-111. 

Kent Church notes, 1, 51. 

Kent churches, see Churches. 

Kent dialect, in the fourteenth cen- 
tury (by liichard Morris, Esq.), 6, 
135 ; similar to that of the Isle of 
Wight, 155 n ; peculiarities, 135, 
142. 

Kent, earthworks in, 12, 8-16; 18, 
308. 

Kent fines, see Fines. 

Kent, " the Fair Maid of " (Joan 
Plantagenet), 1, 136; 9, 120; 13, 
542. 

Kent, history of, contemplated by Sir 
Edward Dering, 1, 51 ; a new 
edition of Hasted's History of (by 
Dr. H. H. Drake), reviewed, 15, 
373-4 ; 16, 440. 

Kent, the holy maid or nun of (1533), 
17, 72. 

Kent Justices reply to the Parliamen- 
tary Committee (1642), 2, 184. 

Kent petition, on arrest of five mem- 
bers (1642), 1, 201, 213; disapproved 
by Mr. James (1642), 210; the 
Grand Jury sends disclaimer to the 
House (1642), 2, 180; London 
Bridge gate shut against the Peti- 
tioners, ib. ; made the ground for 
sequestrating Sir Roger Twysdcn, 
4, 132 ; a copy thereof, 9, 37 et seq, ; 
alluded to, 10, 211, 218; 18, 67. 

Kent, proverbs relating to, 9, 117-147. 

Kent, rising under John Cade, 7, 233 ; 



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gentry and clergy concerned, 234, 
238 ; occupations of the meaner 
insurgents, 238 ; their proceeding*, 
239; threats ami fate of Lord Say, 
and his son-in-law Crowiner, 239, 
240; pardons, 242 ; subsequent, pro- 
ceedings, 243 ; lists of persons par- 
doned, 244 ; alluded to, 5, 112 ». 

Kent, rising in, under Fauconberge, 
1471, 11, 359-364. 

Kent.Wat Tyler's Rebellion in 1381, 
3, 65-96 ; 4, 67. 

Kent Stone, on Seacox Heath, 5, 81 
and n. 

Kent, Villenage in, 12, 283-8. 

Kent, Heraldic Visitations taken in 
1619, by John Philipot, Rouge- 
Dragon, 4, 211; 5, 223; 6, 252; 
10,327. 

Kent worthies, notices of, 2, 231. 

Kent, Countess of, Joan, wife of Black 
Prince, 1, 136; 9, 120; 13, 531-2, 
542-3. 

Kent, Earls of, 13, 149, 185-6 ; 15, 
1-3, 374 ; 16, 35 ; Edmund, of 
Woodstock, 1, 136 ; Sir Thomas 
Holland, in right of his wife Joan 
Plantagenet, 1, 136; 16, 40; John 
(son of Edmund, of Woodstock), 

14, li. 

Kent, Sheriff of, 10, 128; 13, 

83-4. 
Kent, M P. for (1642), 2, 182. 
Kent, Aaron of, W., 5, 215 ; Elias de, 

15, 14; Elizabeth, 18, 223; Rev. 
II., 9, 199; 16, 93; Hubert, 21; 
James de, 15, 14 ; Joan, widow of 
Hubert, 16, 42 ; John de, 10, 151 ; 
John, 15, 14 ; John, of St. Olave's, 
18,210; his will, 223; Mercy, 210; 
Nicholas, 15, 14; Roger de, 12, 
230; Roger, 15, 14; Thomas, 14; 
Thomas, Esq. (1570), 18, 365 ; Wil- 
liam de, 10, 151 ; William, 15, 14. 

Kenteleshethe, Sutton, 3, 235. 

Kentewelle, Gilbert de, Bonington, 5, 
269. 

Kentys, John, 10, 134. 

Kenticisms, MS. alphabet of, 6, 141 
and » ; Professor W. W. Skeat on, 
9, 50 ; Dr. Pegge on, 55 ; alpha- 
betical glossary of, 63. 

Kentigern, Saint, mentions Woden as 
an historical personage, 8, 25. 

Kentingescroft, Sutton, 3, 235; 12, 
311. 

Kentings, east and west, 13, 183. 

Kentis, Agnes, H, 325 ; Amisius, ib. ; 
see Cantis. 

Kentish administrations (1559-1603), 
18, 15-40. 



Kentish armoury, early (by W. 8. 
Ellis), 15, 1-30. 

Kentish, authors and worthies, 9, 52 ; 
idioms, 56; pronunciation, 57-61; 
language, 60; sayings ami proverbs, 
117; Kentish man, 119; ague, L24; 
cherries, 125; cousins, 125; long- 
tails, 126; fire, 126 n; miles, 12N; 
pippins, 129 ; stomach, 130 ; memo- 
randa in Lambeth Library, 176. 

Kentish Committee of Parliament, 
persecute Sir Roger Twysden, 3, 
158, 159, 169, 170, 171, 172; 4, 
131,135,138,139; deprived of their 
power, 192; letters from, 135, 192. 

Kentish hospitals and priories, inven- 
tories of, 7, 272. 

Kentish militia commandants (1694), 
^6,77. 

Kentish petition, see Kent. 

Kentish rood-screens, 14, 370-3. 

Kentish song of the seventeenth cen- 
tury, 6, 155. 

Kentish vineyards, 6, 327-8; men- 
tioned in Domesclay, ib. 

Kent's chantry in Headcorn Church, 
15, 14. 

Kentshire, 9, 121. 

Kentwell manor, Suffolk, 6, 86, 88. 

Kenulph, King of Mercia, 18, 369. 

Keuward, Richard, 4, 174. 

Kenwrick, Elizabeth, 14, 76, 79 ; R., 
76. 

Kenyan, Wm. de 'Saltwood, 1390), 
18, 427. 

Keping, Robert, of Brenchley, 11, 
403. 

Kepston, Alice, 15, 231 ; John de, 
219, 231, 267-8. 

Ker, Lady Vere, 11, 238. 

Kerby, John, 18, 211. 

Kerdeston, Sir Roger, effigy at Beep- 
ham, 10, lix. 

Kereseye, Sampson de, 15,286; 18, 
337. 

Kerkby, allied to Dering, 10, 327. 

Kerner, Richard (1500), 16, 311. 

Kerrill, John, 15, 389. 

Kerrison, Sir Edward, 16, 121 ; 
Emily, ib. 

Kersaulton. see Carshalton. 

Kershaw, S. W., on Lambeth Li- 
brary, 9, 176-88; on manuscripts 
in the Maidstone Museum, 11, 189- 
198. 

Kersiges, Adam de, and Beatrice his 
wife (Ovenhill, 1198), 1, 271. 

Kersildeland in Kidbrook, 3, 227. 

Kerslake, Mr., of Bristol, 13, 367, 494, 
498. 

Kersonere, la, 12, 209. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I.' — XVIII. 



Kersoneyr, manor, 10, 122. 

Kerston, William de (1263), 4, 314. 

Kervyle, .John (1127), 14, 121. 

Kervyngirnes ami Kervyngisnes, 2, 
L28 : in Rochester Castle, 130. 

Keryell, Thomas, 15. 60. 

Kesshe, Ricd. ami .Matilda, of Dart- 
ford, 9, 290. 

Keston (Kestane), 10, 157,158; 12, 
236; 13, 1-5, 7, 16, 258,310; 15, 
100 ; inventory of church i, r oods. 9, 
275 ; site of Noviomagus (?), 10, 171 ; 
British oppidum in Holwood Park. 
14. 90; Foxhill, 85; Court farm, 
13,5; rector of, 10; fines relating 
to, 11,323; 13, 310; 15,279. 

Keteherell, Davvd, 16, 197. 

Kete, Ealph, 6, 186; Richard, 13, 
320. 

Ketebroc, see Kidbrook. 

Ketehale, Daniel de, 15, 362. 

Keteham, John, of Postling, 10, 
290. 

Ketell, Thomas, Churchwarden of Ash, 
8, 104. 

Ketiere, Wibert (Aldington by Maid- 
stone, 1249), 2, 297. 

Ketle, John, of Dartford Priory, 2, 
56 ; John, 18, 40. 

Kettering and Catterick confused, 8, 
41 ». 

Kettle, John, of Crayford, 18, 329. 

Ketyll, William, Churchwarden of 
Fawkham, 8. 155. 

Keu, John le, 13, 309 ; Margeria, ib. ; 
Richard le, ib. 

Kevcoll Hill, near Sittingbourne, 13, 
13. 

Keyes, Reynolde, 11, 388. 

Keys found in the Anglo-Saxon ceme- 
tery at Sarr, 6, 175. 

Keyser, allied to Lovelace, 10, 216 ; 
C. E., on frescoes, 13, 59, 76 ; Mary, 
of Hollingbourne, 10, 216. 

Keyserscroft, bequeathed by Henry 
Stidolf to William Card well (Tudely, 
1474), 2, 231. 

Kidbrook (Kydbroke, Ketebroke, 
Ketebroc), John Roper's land in 
(1523), 2. L59, 160; fines of land 
in, 3, 227; 4, 275. 

Killin, arm- of, 4 269, 

Eight, Rev. Arthur, of Newchurch, 
13, 475. 

Kilburne's account of Hawkhurst, 5, 
59 H : 9. 2 1 1, 245, 2C2, 263. 

Kildare, Prances, Countess of, 12. 50, 
55, 158, 161; ll.lxx, 1!*<>, 208, 22.",, 
2:11,233; memoir of, 217; her will, 
220. 

Kildare, Earls of, Henry Fitzgerald 



(12th), 11, 217,231; John (18th), 
273, 297. 

Kildermere, AValter, 11, 392. 

Killard, Walter, 12, 219. 

Kille. Stephen, W., 15, 391. 

Kilkcn, Lord, 11,217,222,231. 

Killingrcwe, James, a priest at Maid- 
stone College (1555), 2, 61. 

Kilner, Elinor, 11, 274. 

Kilns for bricks and lime called oasts, 
9, 90. 

Kilwardby, Robert de, Archbishop, 

13, 89 ; 18, 244. 

Kimbolton. Lord, arrested, 1, 201 ; at 
Newburv (1644), 3, 185. 

King, Archdeacon, 3, 101-128. 

King, C. W., 15, 137. 

Kinu r , Mr., exhibits ancient seals, 2, 
xliii. 

King (Kinge), allied to Hodsoll, 14, 
235; George, 18, 17 ; John, 14, 57 ; 
Oliver, 15, 219, 236-7, 269; Per- 
cival, 18, 17 ; Richard, 16, 271-2 ; 
Lieut.-Gen. Richard T., 18, 416; 
Robert, 14, 57 ; 15, 1G9 ; Thomas, 
of Crayford, 18, 329; Walker 
(Dartford, 1825), 397; Major-Gen. 
W. J., 416. 

Kinge, see King. 

Kingesnode, see Kingsnorth. 

Kiugeswode in Essex, 13, 83. 

Kingham, William, will dated (1545), 
18, 385. 

Kingliamford (Kynghamford), hun- 
dred, 10, 116 ; 12, 203 ; present- 
ment, T., 3, 87 ; watch at, 8, 309. 

Kings and Archbishops buried at St. 
Augustine's Abbey, 4, 57. 

King's Bench, Court of, its origin, 5, 
20. 

KingsbridLre, Canterbury, a priest of, 
2, 62 ; Roman remains near, 4, 35. 

Kingsdown, John Roper's lands in 
(1523), 2, 157, 158, 159; inventory 
of church goods, 9, 276 ; escape of 
robbers from the prison, 6, 238, 
245. 

Kingsdown, 10, 154-6, 162 ; 11, 385 ; 

14, 238; by Dover, 13, 10, 317, 
371 ; next Freningham, 14, 259 ; 
by Linsted, 13, 336-7, 343-5 ; by 
AVrotham, 369 ; 14, 239, 259 ; fines 
relating to, 11, 353 ; 12, 294 ; 13, 
317. 

Kintfdown,near Dartford, 10, 184, 189, 

190, 193 ; brass in church, 195. 
King's Field, Faversham, Anglo-Saxon 

relics found in, 2, 222 ; 3, 44. 
Kingsfield, Isabella, widow of Stephen 

de, 10, 156 ; Matilda, 14, 247 ; Peter 

de, ib. ; Wm. de, 12, 293. 



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Kingsford, Johanna, 11, 340; Thos. 
de, ib. 

Kingsgate, Thanet, 12, 391. 

Kingsham alias Hamme, manor, 10, 
120. 

King's Head Inn, Rochester, 6, 64. 

King's Head Lane, Rochester, formerly 
Doddingherne, 18, 197 n. 

Kingshoth, see Kingsnorth. 

Kingsland, Little Dartford, fine of 
land in (1195), 1, 232. 

Kingsland (Kyngeslaunde, Kyngus- 
londe), John de, 14, 253 ; Ralph de, 
10, 133 ; Reginald, T., 3, 92 ; Roger, 
14, 305 ; ffm. de, 253 ; Wm. de 
(1236), 2, 292. 

Kingsley, Ann (ob. 1711), allied to 
Head, 14, 116; Wm., Archdeacon 
of Canterbury, 116, 130-1 ; 18, 
430, 445. 

King's lodging, a messuage in Sand- 
wich (1673), 16, 59-60. 

King's Mead, in Maidstone, 1, 173. 

Kingsmill, Thomas, 18, 445. 

Kingsnorth (Kingsnode, Kingesnoth, 
Kyngesnode, Kyngissnoth), 3, 204; 

12, 220 ; church, 3, 200 ; 18, 71 ; 
Thomas Reader of (1726), 2, 94. 

Kingsnorth, Cecilia de, 10, 132; 

Henry, of Pluckley, 289 ; Joan de, 

132 ; John, son of Robert, H, 322. 
King's School, Canterbury, 7, 153. 
Kingston (Kingestone, Kyngestone), 

10,HG; 12,203,234; 13,12; 14, 

124 ; 15, 178, 207-8 ; fines relating 

to, 11, 327; 14, 270; 15, 280; 

Rector of, 14, 166 ; 15, 33. 
Kingston Down, Saxon gold fibula 

found there, 1, 45. 
Kingston, Elizabeth, widow, 18, 25 ; 

John, 15, 287. 
Kington, Rev. John (1606), 16, 290. 
Kippinge, Agnes, 18, 16; Richard, 

16 ; Robert 16. 
Kipps, Mary, 18, 330. 
Kiriel, Alice (wife of Sir John Fogge), 

2, 107, 109 ; Sir Thos., arms, 11, 

397. 
Kiriol, J. de (1263), 4, 314. 
Kirkby's inquest (a subsidy roll), temp. 

Ed. I., 11, 365 ; 13, 354, 367, 369. 
Kirkeby (Kyrkeby), Christina de, 10, 

150 ; 15, 377 ; Elizth., 278 ; Gilbert 

de, 10, 156; 11, 326; 12, 234; 

John (Bexley, 1467), 18, 379; 

Margaret, H, 326 ; Methania, 56 ; 

Petronilla, 326 ; Ro^er de, 325 ; 13, 

316 ; 15, 278 ; William, 14, 141. 
Kirkeham(Kirkham), the Rev. Robert, 

13, 412, 426. 
Kirkley, John, 18, 22. 

VOL. XIX. 



Kirrill, Frances, d. of Thomas, 13, 
485 ; John, 15, 402 ; Thomas, ib. 

Kirwen, James, 14, 295. 

Kitchell, family, 15, 380; Mr., 16, 
199. 

Kitchen, exaninlesof a detached, 7, 31. 

Kitchenman, John, Vicar of Sheldwich 
(1697), 18, 300; Jane, ib. 

Kite, Rev. Arthur, of Newchurch, 13, 
446. 

Kits Coty, 13, 14. 

Kix, Thomas (Aldington, 1249), 2, 
297. 

Knatchbull (Snachbullcs), allied to 
Dering, 10, 345, 346, 350; Alice, 
13, 329; 18, 453 ; Anne, 31 ; Elea- 
nor, 453 ; John, 13, 329 ; 16, 177 ; 
17,24; Norton (1681), 2, 93; Sir 
Norton (1642), 181, 184 ; Sir Nor- 
ton, 11, 253 ; 18, 445 ; Reginald, 
13, 330; Richard, 329; 18, 31; 
Susan, 453 ; Thomas, 13, 330 ; 18, 
31 ; Thomas, of Mersham, 68, 453 ; 
Wm., of Mydley, 10, 284 ; William, 
13, 329. 

Knatchbull-Hugessen, Herbert, 9, 61 ; 
see Hugessen. 

Knell, Rev. Paul, 13, 466; 16, 290; 
Thomas, Minister of Ashford, 8, 
102. 

Knelldam (Isle of Oxney), 14, 100. 

Kneller, Sir Godfrey, 15, 32; his 
paintings at Cobham Hall, 11, 175, 
187, 188. 

Knevet, Antony, at Tunbridge when 
Wyatt's proclamation was made, 4, 
236 ; executed, 221 ; 11, 143; Wm., 
his brother, 11, 143. 

Knevett, Charles, 16, 47, 50; Sir 
AVilliam, and Joan his wife, 44. 

Knife (Saxon) found at Sarre, 5, 312. 

Knight (Knighte), Agnes, 18, 17, 34; 
Arthur, 34; Elizabeth, 34, 411 ; G, of 
Shipbourne, 149 ; Jemys, of Lymne, 
9, 283 ; John, 13, 152 ; 18, 34 ; 
37, 411; Jno., of Cowden, 14, 155; 
Margery, d. of Rev. Peter and Mar- 
garet, 13, 475; Matthew, 18, 34; 
Mr., 15,184,271; 18, 160; Mrs., 
16, 94 ; Rev. Peter, 13, 475, 478 ; 
Richard (1474), 2, 230 ; Robert, of 
Bromley, 11, 402 ; Robert, 13, 152 ; 
Sir Thomas, built Restoration House, 
6, 65 ; Thomas, 13, 151-3 ; 15, 114- 
5, 119-126; 18, 17, 37; Wm., of 
Hythe, 10, 124; William, 18, 34. 

Knight-Bruce, Sir James Lewis, and 
dame Eliza his wife, memorial porch 
at Cheriton Church, 18, 361. 

Knighthood, compulsory, 2, 284. 

Knightlie, Mr., 15, 395. 

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Knightly, Richard, Chairman of a 
Parliamentary Committee (1642), 3, 
155 ; civil to Sir Roger Twysden, 4, 
177, 178, 179. 

Knighton, extract from, 7, 333. 

Knights of the Shires act indepen- 
dently of Burgesses, temp. Edw. Ill, 
2, 216 n ; unfairly elected, and take 
bribes, 7, 241, 242. 

Knights Templars, see Templars. 

Knight's-fee, what, 2, 283 ; its extent, 
4, 292 n. 

Knight-service, 2,282-283; abolished 
by Charles II., 287. 

Knipe, Richard (Bexley, 1732-6), 18, 
379 n, 381. 

Knobet, John, 13, 300. 

Knock, Robert, of Minster, Thanet, 
12, 353. 

Knockee, E., F.S.A., on Municipal 
Records of Dover, 10, cxxxiv ; his 
" Court of Shipway," 230, 240 ; his 
drawing of the Church at Dover, 
11, 45. 

Knockholt (Ocholte, Scottes-ocholt, 
Sud-Acholt), 10, 134 ; 12, 311 ; 13, 
374, 378 ; 15, 220 ; 16, 187 : fines 
of lands in, 1, 232, 250 ; 3, 235 ; 12, 
303 ; 14, 279 ; 15, 288, 310 ; inven- 
tory of church goods, 9, 277. 

Knokehog, Robert, 6, 186. 

Knokewere, 14, 266. 

Knokke, boro' in Oxney hundred, 12, 
211 ; 13, 353;' Foukesbroke in, 10, 
140. 

Knolden, Thomas (1522), 12, 423. 

Knole (Sevenoaks), 14, 55, 363 ; 15, 
378; 16, 51; purchased by Arch- 
bishop Bourchier from Lord Say and 
Sele, 1,37 ; mob beset Warham there, 
to demand back their loan-money 
from the King, 152G (?), 1, 36, 37, 
38 ; Kent Committee of Parliament 
at, 3, 159, 160, 166 ; visit of George, 
Prince of Wales, 5, 105 ; Reynolds' 
picture (of Samuel) at, 11, 163; 
Society's meeting at (1871), 9, 
xxxviii ; built by Archbp. Bourchier, 
xl ; visited by Henry VII. and VIII., 
xl w, xli »; surrendered to the King 
by Cranmer, xli n ; subsequent 
possessors, xli n ; gateways, stables, 
barn, green court, chapel, xlii, xlvi ; 
pleasance, and the brown gallery, xlii, 
xlv, xlviii ; bibles, cartoon gallery, 
xlii, li ; great oriel, xlii, li ; ball and 
minstrel's gallery, xlii, xliii, xliv; 
water court, xliv; the wood court, 
xlv ; the jail, xlvi ; organ room, xlvii, 
1 ; crypt, xlvii ; pheas mt eourt, xlviii ; 
I Ighty staircases, xlviii; silver sconces, 



firedogs, chandeliers, and tables, xlix, 
li ; Lady Betty Germaine's room, 
xlix ; tapestry, xlix, 1 ; spangled bed- 
room, xlix ; billiard room, xlix ; 
Venetian bedroom, xlix; chapel gal- 
lery, 1 ; ball room, 1 ; crimson drawing 
room, 1 ; King's, or silver room, li ; 
clock, li. 

Knole, William de, 10, 150; 13, 128. 

Knolles, Sir Robert, one of the builders 
of Rochester Bridge, 6, 54, 62 ; 17, 
xl, 161-4, 213. 

Knollis, John, 4, 228, 232. 

Knoll vs, Canon W. F. Erskine, Rector 
of Saltwood (1869), 18, 421, 424. 
425, 431 ; his wife Caroline Augusta, 
425 ; his sons E. W. and W. E., 42 I ; 
Sir Robert, 11, 81, 89, 130; Sir 
Wm., 9, cvi, cxiv. 

Knolton, see Knowlton. 

Knopfell, Frederick (silversmith), 17, 
274. 

Knottinge, Henry, 16, 183 ; John, ib. 

Knoville, Nic. de, 18, 452. 

Knowght, Joan (daughter of Henrv), 
her will (1459), 11, 373 ; 13, 92. 

Knowler, Admiral Charles, 14, 118; 
Mrs. Elizth., 118; Henry, 16, 
271-3; John, 14, 118; Mr., 15, 
123-5. 

Knowles, Mrs. Rebecca, of West Ches- 
ter, 18, 236. 

Knowlton (Knolton), 12, 209 ; 15, 10; 
Manor, 10. 120; House, 16, lxxj 
Church (Langley arms in), 15,23; 
Society's visit to, 16, lxx ; church 
plate, 352, 490. 

Knowlton, John de, 18, 351 ; Margeria, 
ib. ; Wm. de, ib. 

Knox, Robert, M.D., on human bones 
at llvthe Church, 18, 334-5. 

Knvght, John le, 14, 277-8 ; Richard 
and W. (1465), 10, 257 ; see Knight. 

Koc, Thomas (1263), 4, 311. 

Kocham, Walter de (1260), 3, 250. 

Kokefeud, Robert de, 13, 369. 

Kokerhurst, 13, 294. 

Kokeride, see Cokride. 

Kragehul, moss, articles found in the. 
8. 217, 221. 

Krall (silversmith), 17, 265. 

Krogslad, in Sweden, pillar with Runic 
inscription, 8, 211. 

Kurcher, for Kerchief, and other 
curious forms thereof, 7, 284. 

Kybett, John and Stephen (1522), 12, 
424. 

Kychenore, 13, 343. 

Kydelitele, Christina, 13, 317; Wil- 
liam, ib. 

Kydenot, Alice, widow of, 10, 145. 



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163 



Kyleras, Robert, T., 3, 85. 

Kvlcsby, Robert, Vicar of Aldington 
(1352), 18, 244. 

Kyinber, William, of Barking, 18, 10. 

Kymberle, John de, 15, 276 ; Richard, 
27(3, 302. 

Kymme, John, clerk, 13, 477 n. 

Kyndegett, Win, 14, 178. 

Kvnet, Alice or Alsone, 11, 378; 
Henry, 378; Nicholas, 378; Peter, 
378; Roger, 378; William, 378; 
William, 13, 354. 

Kyng, John, labourer, 2, 126 ; John, 
"(1433), 10, 321 ; (1499), 323; Mar- 
garet, 13, 312 ; 14, 266 ; Thomas le, 
13, 312; Thomas, 14, 266. 

Kyng (Kyngis, Kyngislond), John 
(1522), 12, 423; Richard, 426; 
William, 421. 

Kynncbere, John de, 18, 443. 

Kynton (Kyntone), Alice and Thomas 
de, 15, 273 ; Geoffrey, 11, 325 ; Jo- 
hanna, 325; Rich, de (Woodchurch, 
1323), 14, 354. 

Kyriel, Bertram, 18, 362 ; Nicholas de, 
15, 19, 376 ; Thomas, 13, 86. 

Kyrkeby, William, 14, 142. 

Kyrton, William, 18, 220. 

Kyryell, Thomas, 18, 360 ; William, ib. 

Kysley, Sir John, deceased friend of 
John Roper (1523), 2, 162. 

Kyte, or Keete, John, 18, 445. 

Kyterel, Adam, 13, 354. 



Laharum (the Christian symbol), 15, 

44, 324-6. 
Labourer's will (1499), 14, 224 ; wages 

(1367), 2, 122-7. 
Lacer, Isabella, 13, 149, 165; Juliana, 

148 ; Richard, 148-9. 
Lachedaches, i.e. Lagedays (Lawdays), 

4, 221. 
Lachrymatory, Roman, found at Plax- 

tol, 2, 7. 
Lach-Szyrma, Rev. S. M., 15, 45. 
Lacustrine dwellings on the River 

Stour, 4, 39. 
Lacy, allied to Hall, 6, 254 : Hugh 

de, 15, 25; John (1247), 2, 296; 

Mr., of Maidstone (1759), 15, 123. 
Lad, Anseline, 12, 225 ; Johanna, H, 

355 ; John, 10, 147 ; John le, 13, 

302; Walter, 10, 147; Walter le, 

11, 355. 
Ladane, see La Dene. 
Ladbroke, Rev. Edward, 13, 459. 
Ladd, allied to Lovelace, 10, 217; 

Christopher, 18, 29 ; Margaret, 29 ; 



Robert, of Barnham, 10. 217 ; Wil- 
liam, 16, 199, 200, 202, 203. 
Lade, Robert, W., 5, 123. 
Ladels (1367), 2, 120. 
La Dene, see Dene. 
Ladle, or spoon, silver, from Sarr 

Cemetery, 5, 316. 
Lady Wotlon's Green, Canterbury, 4, 

58; 14, xlv. 
Laese, Alan de la (1271), 6, 237. 
Lceti, on the Saxon Shore, 12, 335. 
Lagerham granted to Ralph de Pene- 

herst (1202), 2, 268. 
Lagett, Christopher and AVilliam 

(1522), 12, 425. 
Lake, Agnes, 18, 21 ; James, 9, 226; 

11, 411; 14, 26; Jane, 18, 32; 

John, 21. 
Lakes, Sir Thos., 15, 395. 
Lakingehith, 4, 316. 
Laky, William, Vicar of Elham,10- 57. 
Lalleford, Robt. de, 14, 268. 
Lamaby (Lamorbey), in Bexley, 18, 

114, 118. 
Lamare, Henry de, Shorne (1246), 2, 

295. 
Lamb, ^Elfegus (1201), 2,261. 
Lamb, Christopher, 18, 396; Rev. 

David, 16, 113; Elias de, 12, 302; 

John, 3, 180; Nicholaa, 13, 314; 

Sarah de, 12, 302; Thomas, 13, 

314; Rev. Thomas, 17, 62, 65; 

Wm., 2, 123, 124, 126. 
Lambard, Joanna, 12, 307 ; John, of 

Paddlesworth, 10, 287; John 

(1504-8), 16, 316; Margaret, 7, 

305; Sir Multon, 15, 394, 401; 

Robert, 12, 307 ; (1504-8), 16, 317 ; 

Thomas (ob. 1514), 13, 475. 
Lambarde, arms and pedigree, 5, 247 ; 

monumental inscription, 251 ; wills, 

252. 
Lambarde, Wm. (historian of Kent), 

3, 47; 5, 256; 8, 300, 301, 309; 

11, 206, 210, 214-5 ; 15, 394, 402. 
Lambe, Elias, and Mabilla his wife, 

18, 343 ; Eliza. 17, 62 ; Elizabeth, 
18, 21; John, Churchwarden of 
Earnborough, 8, 99 ; John (near 
Eaversham), 12, 425; Leonard, of 

• Eastwell, 8, 144; Mabel, 18, 19; 
Martha, 17, 62; Michell, 12, 425 ; 
Richard, 18, 21 ; Robert, 19. 

Lambeherste, John (Monk of Christ 
Church, Canterbury), 2, 60. 

Lamberd, John, Curate of Elham, 8, 
146 ; Richard's horse blown over 
Rochester Bridge, 6, 44. 

Lamberdenne (Lambedene), 10, 132 ; 

12, 218, 219. 

Lamberg, Thomas, Bishop of, 15, 229. 
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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Lamberlmrst (Lamberherst), 6, 207 ; 

10. 150; 12,229; 13- 13.130; 15, 
I I. 125; 17. 38; 18. 25; church, 
14. 371 ; 17, -A3; Gloster Furnace, 

17, 43; lines of hind iu, 2, 241 ; 

18. 339. 

Liiiil) •rhiirst, Jordan of, W., 5, 215; 
6, 208 ; Roger dc (1263), 3, 253. 

Lambert, allied to Poring, 10, 327; 
brother, 13. 362; Christopher, 7, 
281 ; G. (silversmith), 17,254, 307 ; 
Gilbert, 18, 26; James, 11, 403; 
Joan, 18, 18, 26; John, .Monk in 
Dover Priory, 2. 55; John alias 
Folkstone, 7. 281; daughter of 
Lord. 11, 242; Richard, 245; Sir 
Robert, 18. 1 1 1 n ; Thomas, is. 

Lambeth, 14, 179, 343; 15, 236, 
261-2, 268-9,271; House or Palace, 
378; a prison for royalists, 4, 177; 
its library, 115; 9, 176-188. 

Lambisfelde, E., 18, 403 », 417, 
418 x. 

Lamborne, Berks, manor of (6 Ric. II.), 
2, 13, 34. 

Lambres, 18, 25. 

Lambs given to Magnates ; see Roches- 
ter Accounts, 2, 77. 

Lambyn, John (Dartford), 9, 298. 

Lamelyn, Barony of, 12, 226. 

Lamienby (or Lamorby), in Bexley, 
17,337; 18, 376; church founded 
by Mr, Malcolm, 18.377; church 
plate, 17, 277. 

Lambyn, William, 13, 296. 

La Milende (Mile End). T., 4, 85. 

Laminge, John, 12, 389 ; Roger, 390; 
William, ib. 

La Mote manor, 7, 334. 

Lamplugh, Dr. T. (Archbp. of York), 

11, 275. 
Lamport, 13, 187,365. 
Lamprey, Mr., 15, 72. 
Lancashire, briefs for places in, 14, 

213-21. 
Lancaster Great Park, in Sussex, 1, 

111. 
Lancaster, " Livery of Monsieur de," 

I, 77: Duke of, T., 3- 70; (1375), 

II, 75, 79; Earl of, 61, 62, 72 ; 14, 
330; 16. 85 ; John of Gaunt, 39, 
u;i; Duke of (88. collar), 1, 77; 
Thomas (ob. 1728), 13. 475; Wm.. 
Parson of Pluckley, 10, 289. 

Lancaster and York collar, <>f red 

and white roses, 11, 236. 
Lancefeld, John, Churchwarden of 

Crondall, 8- L37. 
Landale, Mr., discovered Etonian 

remains a1 Dartford, 18, 312 ; his 
" Dartford Documents," 9, 90. 



Lande, Richard, 2, 126. 

Landesdall, arms, 11, 396. 

Landis, Amauricius de, W., 6, 192. 

Landon, Rev. John, Curate of South- 
fleet, 18- 185 ; Miss Letitia (L.E.L.), 
15. 372. 

Landryke (Landriohe), Hamo, 13, 
354 ; Roger de (1268), 5, 299. 

Lane, Canon, describes Wrotham 
Church, 9, lvi ; Hy. Murray, Chester 
Herald, 12, 313; Henry, Curate of 
Fairfield, 8. 152 ; Richard, of Paul's 
Cray, 10. 288; Richard, 18. 284; 
William, 239; alias Belts, Eliza- 
beth, 33; alias Netlingham, Mar- 
gerie, 20. 

Lanecok, Joan, of Dartford. 9, 298. 

Lanfranc, Archbishop of Canterbury 
(1070-89), 9, 214, 217; 14, 109, 
327 ; 16, 85 ; dwelt at Lyminge, 4, 
125 ; orders washing of Corporalia, 
5, 69 « ; his buildings at Canter- 
bury, 7, 2, 3 ; 13, 17, 25-6, 34, 547 ; 
18/254. 

Lang, Rev. John, 16, 280. 

Langahope, 10, 275. 

Langbain, Dr., 11, 274, 281, 290; 
Gerrard, 290. 

Langbregge, see Longbridge. 

Langdon, 10, 122; 12, 208; (1202), 
2, 2G3 ; manor, 10, 121. 

Langdon, Abbey, 5, 24; 14, 140; 
15, 59-67; Abbot of, 10, 121, 122, 
129-131 ; 11, 343 ; Wm., Abbot of, 
12, 208, 215. 

Langdon, East, 15, 289. 

Langdon, West, 15, 169, 204, 209; 
Abbey, 5, 24; 14, 140; 15, 59-67 . 
barrow, 9, 28. 

Langdon, Adam, 15, 288 ; Alicia, 288 ; 
Brictina de, 2, 263; Daniel, 18, 29; 
Joan, 29; Rev. John de (1313), 5, 
331,332; Maurice de, 2,263; Roger 
de, 15, 288; Thomas, 13,87 ; Wm. 
de (Folkestone, 1271), 6, 210. 

hanger, John, Capellan, Lamborne 
manor, Perks, 2, 34. 

Langere, Geoffrey, 13, 320; Gilbert, 
14. 266; Margeria, 13, 320; 14, 
266 : Matilda, 266. 

Langereche, Adam de, 12, 226 ; John 
de, 10, 146. 

Langesstrod (1197), 1, 217. 

Langl'ord, John (solicitor), 11, 243. 

Langford, Roger's widow, 11,244. 

Langhals, Alexander, W., 5, 204. 

Langham, 10, MO; Simon de, Car- 
dinal, Archbishop of Canterbury, 
a. i<l Chancellor, 5, 25; 9, 132; 14, 
363, 385. 

Langham, Lambiuus de, 12, 221. 



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165 



Langhode, Wm, of Lydd, 13, 433, 
449. 

Langhorne, Dr. John, 10, lxviii ; Rev. 
William, lxviii. 

Langley (Langele, Langely.Langlegh), 
10,143,144; 12,231,232; 15,23; 
church, 7, 331 ; Langley under the 
Romans, 10, 170 ; manor, H, 320 ; 
park, 3, 191 ; 17, 263 ; fine of lands 
in, 11, 320; church bell, 18, 434. 

Langley, Alice, 18, 340; Andrew, 12, 
390; John, 11, 396; Laulinus de 
(1271), 5, 242; Robert, 7, 236; 
Thomas, Sub-Prior of Leeds, 2, 63 ; 
Walter, of Eastry, 7, 236 ; Wm. de, 
2, 19 ; 10, 120 ; 14, 247, 265 ; 15, 
293 ; 18, 290, 340. 

Langport, church, 13, 278 ; manor, 
278, 365-9, 373 ; fine of lands in 
(1198), 1, 269; watch at, 8, 310; 
in Lvdd, 10, lv ; Hundred of, H, 
366 ; 12- 210, 211 ; 13, 194, 278, 
343, 352-8. 

Langrech, manor, 10, 146. 

Langrede, Walter de (1263), 3, 265. 

Langston, Rev. Stephen (1806), 13, 
385. 

Langton, Benuet, 6, 79 ; conversation 
with Dr. Johnson, 81. 

Langton, John de, Archdeacon of 
Canterbury, Chancellor, 4, 235 ; 5, 
24. 

Langton, Simon, 15, 221. 

Langton, Stephen, Archbishop of Can- 
terbury, 5, 212-214; 6, 210; 13, 
81 ; 16, 260. 

Langworth, Frauuces, 13, 345, 348; 
Dr. John, 348. 

Lanthony, Prior of, 14, 335. 

Lanvale, William de, 10, 276. 

Laon Cathedral, pilgrimage to Kent 
from, 12, 238. 

Lappam, Creature, son of Robert, 16, 
97. 

Lapyn, Johanna, 14, 271 ; Robert, ib. 

Lara, quoted, 4, 71. 

Lardner, Dr., born at Hawkhurst, 9, 
264. 

La Regge, 10, 122. 

Large, John, 2, 127. 

Larke, Thomas (St. Mary Cray), 10, 
295. 

Larketon, George de, 10, 133. 

Larkfield, Hundred, 10, 146, 159 ; 12, 
223, 224. 

Larkin, Henry, 18, 21 ; Thomas, ib. 

Larking. Rev. Lambert B., note on 
Morant arms, 4, 100 n ; on a charter 
of Philip Augustus, King of Prance, 
127 ; on the chartulary of St. Ber- 
lin's Abbey, 203; on heart-shrine 



in Leybourne Church, 5, 133; 7, 
329; on Cawne's window in Ight- 
ham Church, 323 ; on the birthplace 
of Caxton, 324 ; memoir of Roger 
de Leybourne, 6, 333 ; on manors 
of Westwell and Little Chart, 305 ; 
on the family of de Leybourne, 7, 
329; documents relating to the 
Twysden family, 8, 50 ; his death, 
xliii ; memorial notice of, 7, 323 ; 
on " proceedings in Kent, 1640," 8, 
313 n ; historical collections of, 9, 
xxxix ; 11, 305, 307. 308 ; 15, 373 ; 
16, 440. 

Larking, J. Wingfield, 15, 373-4; 16, 
440. 

Larkyn, Joan, 18, 25 ; Richard, 16, 
291, 312 ; 17, 78 ; Roger, 18, 25 ; 
Thomas, 15, 390-1. 

Larmierstone, see Lermer. 

Larwode, William (1445), 10, lx. 

Lasley, Robert, H, 243. 

Lastingham Church crypt, 13, 20. 

Latham, Eliza Dare, 18, 379 m ; Rev. 
Gilbert, 11, 403; Hy. (1555), 14, 
130 ; Louisa, 18, 379 » ; Sarah, ib. ; 
Thomas (surgeon), ib. 

Lathe derived from terra Lcetica (?), 
12, 334-5. 

Lathell, Nicholas, 11, 396. 

Latimer, Bishop, 15, 240-1 ; on Ten- 
terden steeple, 9, 141. 

Latimer, William, 10, 154. 

Latrine at Maubuisson, 7, 87 ». 

Latten, 8, 90. 

Latter, Henry, of Harbour ne, 13, 
489 n ; Richard, a trustee of Henry 
Stidolf, of Tudely (1474), 2, 230; 
Robinsou, of Pixfield, 13, 151-2; 
R. B., on Roman antiquities at 
Chislehurst, 1, 137. 

Latti de Quercu, i.e. oak laths, 2, 131. 

Lattyr, Wm. (1409), 14, 178. 

Latymer, Sir Thomas, 13, 148. 

Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury 
(1633-45), 3, 193 ; 12, 74 ; 15, 245 ; 
his sequestered estate, 4, 315 ; bene- 
factor to Lambeth Library, 9, 177 ; 
on Separatists at Ashford,16, 178. 

Lauder, Henry, 18, 18 ; William, ib. ; 
Rev. William, 13, 427. 

Launder, allied to Dorin^, 10, 338 ; 
Roger (1463), 10, 252. 

Laune, Paunce de, of Sharsted, 18, 
157. 

Launton Church, 18, 240. 

Laurans, Elena, 15, 309 ; John, ib. 

Laurence, Richard, Rector of Stone, 
3, 101. 

Laurens, Pelicia, 13,304; John, ib. ; 
Philip, ib. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Laurent, Joliu, 12, 424; Richard, 
421 ; Thomas, ib. 

Lavatory, Christ Church Priory, Can- 
terbury, 7, 51, 158, 166, 188. 

Lavender, Roht. (1474), 14, 372. 

Lavendre, Julian, 4, 227, 231. 

Laverhain, Ambros de, 3> 2G1. 

Laverke, Leofwine, W., 6, 218. 

Laverock monument in Ash Church, 
2, 142. 

Law, Elizabeth, 18, 292; John, ib. ; 
Mary, ib. 

La Ware, land of, 3, 215. 

La Ware, Christiana de, 3, 215, 216 ; 
Emma de, 215, 216 ; Matilda de, 
215, 216 ; Sarah de, 215, 216. 

Lawes, Major, 18, 493, Errata. 

Lawesfield, Richd., 13, 92. 

Lawghe, Rev. John, 16, 112. 

Lawlan, Peter, of Ebony, 8, 145. 

Lawley, Roger, 18, 26/ 

Lawl}' alias Norris, Mary, 18, 26. 

" Lawn winding sheet, to be buried 
in" (1041), 2, 176. 

Lawnce, Goodwife, 16, 194, 196. 

Lawrence, Henry, 18, 38 ; Joan, ib. ; 
John, 21, 38; Richard, 38; Tho- 
mas, 13, 95; 18, 38; William, 38. 

Laws of Henry I., published by Sir 
Roger Twysden, whilst a prisoner at 
Lambeth, 4, 145, 197-8. 

Lawse, Rev. W., 16, 88. 

Law terms of Saxon date, 5, 19 ; 
increased from three to four, temp. 
Edw. I., 20. 

Lawyers, attire and practices of, their 
remote origin, 5, 19. 

Laycestre, John, of Wye, T., 3, 81, 
82. 

Lavcocke, Christopher, 18, 34 ; Robert, 
ib. 

Lavenlede, watch at, 8, 309. 

Layfield, Dr., 3, 152. 

Layncall, John, 16, 197. 

Lead used in Rochester Castle (1367), 
2, 122, 128-131. 

Leaden coffin found in the church of 
Lover Castle, 5, 13, 17; coffins, 
Roman, from Bexhill, near Sitting- 
bourne, 9, 161-73. 

Leaden font in Brookland Church, 4, 
87; signs of the Zodiac thereon, 
89; names of the months, 94; age 
of the work, 93 ; its stj le, 95. 

Leake, George, 18, 38 ; Sir John, 17, 
xl. 

Leake alias Wilson, Jane, 18. 38. 

Leather hangings at Nether Court, 
Tlianel, 12, 373. 

Leathes, Rev. Dr. Stanley, 15, 219, 
253-4. 



Leaveland (Levelande), 4, 211 ; H, 

378; 12, 217, 218; 18, 302; fine 

of lands in, 11, 319. 
Le Bret, Rosa, 11, 348; Thomas, ib. 
Leche, Thomas (1484), 13, 485 ; Rev. 

Thomas, 16, 87; Rev. Win., of 

Newohuroh, 13, 466. 
Lechame, Thomas (1485), 16, 291. 
Leckynfeld, Wm., 18, 413. 
Le Clerk, Alianora, 11, 339; Alice, 

321 ; Edmund, 339 ; Johanna, 331 ; 

John, 339, 352; William, 331; 

Richard, 321, 352. 
Lecon, the (Warehorne), 4, 105 n. 
Le Conners, Matilda, 11, 321 ; Ste- 
phen, ib. 
Lecton (Leghton, Lekton), 15, 361; 

Roger de, 361-2 ; Thomas, 16, 96; 

17,94,106; Walter de, 4, 314-5; 

12, 297, 298, 299; 13, 307; 18, 

346; Rev. William de (1353), 13, 

458. 
Led, Jaffary, 14, 125. 
Leddrede, Nicholas de, 15, 295. 
Ledel, John, 14, 197. 
Le Do Spencer, Hugh, 15, 278. 
Lediner, Auicia, 13, 310 ; John, ib. 
Ledys, Rev. Thomas, 13, 486 ; Walter, 

17, ioo, ioi. 

Lee (de la Lee), land quit-claimed 
to the Templars (1196), 1, 236. 

Lee, 12, 235; 13, 148; 18, 19, 32, 
36 ; John Roper's land in (1523), 2, 
130, 131; church plate, 16, 340, 
434 ; inventory of church goods, 
9, 277; Place, Godstone, 14, 66; 
Priory, in Ickham, 121-4, 130-2; 
fines of lands in, 11, 350; 15,273-4, 
286. 

Lee, Alderman, of Canterbury, 10, 69; 
Alexander de la (1263), 3, 264; 
Hugh de, 11, 350; 15, 286; 
Humfrey (1&22), 12, 423; John 
do (1199), 2, 242; John, 11, 350; 
Leticia, 350; 15, 286; Mr. (M.P. 
for Rochester, 1612), 2, 182; 
Richard de (1199), 242; Richard, 
on Committee of Kent, 9, 33 n ; 
Richard, 11, 395; Capt. Richard, 
17, 363, 365 ; Rev. Samuel, 14, 118 ; 
Tho., 4, 245; William, Rector of 
Staplehurst, 9, 190 n, 196. 

Lee, Rev. E. II., on Preston Church, 
9, lxxiii ; on mural paintings in 
Cliffe Church, 11, 158. 

Leeds (Lodes, Ledis), 10, 125, 142, 
149, 151, 155; 12, 231, 232; 18, 
20, 22, 26; abbey, 16, 174; Battle 
Hall in, 15, xlii ; church (acoustic 
jars in), 12, 432 ; rood-screen, 14, 
370-1, 373; manor, 3, 253; vine- 



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yard at, temp. "Will. I., 6, 327 
honour of, 11, 367 ; baron v, 368 
fines of lands in, 1, 269 ; 14, 264, 
15, 296-8. 

Leeds, Henry de, 12, 233 ; Rev. John 
do (132C), 18,244; Peter de (1198), 
1, 269. 

Leeds Castle, 4, xlvii ; 7, 334, 338; 
11,62; 15,xlii,371,379; 17,197; 
taken from Lord Badlesmere, lvii ; 
vineyard, 10, ex ; prisoners com- 
mitted to (1648), 218; chapel at, 

14, 363 ; Canon Scott Robertson on, 

15, 148-151 ; inventory of beds and 
bedding (1532), 382-5. 

Leeds, Duke of, 11, 295 ; Duchess, 

lxxx. 
Leeds Priory, annuitants, 2, 57 ; Alie- 

nora de Leyburn buried at, 5, 148, 

188 ; list of brethren in, c. Heu.VIL, 

2,63; Prior of, 12, 222,228; 14, 

333-4. 
Leef, Dr. (Maidstone College), 11, 

398 ; 14, 356. 
Leehaui, Sir John de, 15, 2. 
Leek, 15, 224. 

Leenham, John de, 14, 275 ; Mar- 
garet, ib. 
Lees Court, Sheldwich, 18, 289, 290, 

294. 
Leese, atte, see atte Lese. 
Lefader, "Wm., of Dartford, 9, 288. 
Le Feure, Henry, 13, 304 ; Richard, 

316; Simon, of Smeeth, 12, 300; 

"William, 300. 
Leffe, Dr. John (Biddenden, 1550), 14, 

356. 
Lefroy, James, 16, 60. 
Lefset (Godinton, 1197), 1, 246. 
Lefward and Edwaker, brothers to 

Godwin de "Wibbing {see Halstow, 

1200), 2, 251. 
Lefwell, Adam de (Higham, 1250), 2, 

300. 
Leg', "Wm. de, 12. 214. 
Legal celebrities of Kent, 5, 19. 
Legat, Hy., 14, 251 ; Juliana, ib. 
Legate, Samuel, 12, 389. 
Legatt's, John, house, called Roome, 

6, 58 and n. 
Legenda (service book so called), 10, 

243. 
Legge, allied to Darell, 17, 48 ; Rev. 

Hon. Henry, 287 ; Simon, 12, 166 ; 

Mr. (Steward at Knole), 9, xliv; 

Thomas, 12, 166. 
Leghtefote, John, 4, 228, 232. 
Leghton, Rev. John, 13, 477 ; "Walter 

de, 11, 335, 339, 354. 
Legions, Roman, in Britain, 2, 65- 

68. 



Logo, Agnes, of Dartford Nunnery, 2, 
56. 

Leicester, leaden coffins at, 9, 172 n ; 
Abbot of, 14, 335. 

Leicester, Earls of, 10, 100, 134, 146 
155, 158, 194; 12, 218, 220, 233, 
235; Dudley, Earl of, 3, 143; 5, 
103 ; 12, 150 ; 14, 8, 13 ; 16, 50 ; 
Simon Mont fort, Earl of, 16, 28-30, 
34. 

Leicestershire, 10, 100 ; briefs for 
places in, 14, 214-6, 218-21 ; Skef- 
fingtons, 10, 40 ; Nichols's History, 
quoted, 41 ; Sheriff of, 41. 

Leigh (Legh, Leghe, Leye), 10, 126, 
127, 152 ; 11, 368 ; 13, 127 ; 14, 245; 
18, 16, 22, 25, 36, 39,40; Green, 
14, 49 ; Hall Place, 16, 50 ; fines of 
lands in, 11, 324, 326, 329, 336, 
353; 14, 251; 15, 277, 293; 18, 
352. 

Leigh, brass in the church, 1, 120, 
123 ; hour-glass-stand in, 11, 23 ; 
church and vicarage, 14, 326, 334, 
336-8, 341. 

Leigh, Capt. (1642), 10, 212 ; Dame 
Christian (1647), 18, 214; Col., a 
Royalist leader, 9, 38 n ; Henry de, 
10, 149; Jane, 14, 117; John, 
annuitant of Christ Church, Canter- 
bury, for seventy-four years, 2, 59 ; 
Johanna, 18, 25 ; Letard de (1257), 
3, 244; Sir Peter, 1, 135; Ricd. de 
la, 14, 121; Rev. Ra., 15, 250; 
Robert, 18, 25 ; Wm. de, 10, 123. 

Leii^h alias Adamson, Prudence, 18, 
20. 

Leigh's Chapel in Lambeth Church, 
18, 62. 

Leighton, Archbishop, buried at Hor- 
sted Keynes, Sussex, 1, 118; per- 
secution of his father, 4, 202. 

Leighton, Dr., keeper of Lambeth 
House, 4, 175; his character, ib., 
178 ; wrong date usually given for 
his death, 402. 

Leilande, Aldulf de, Stoke, 4, 274. 

Leister, Sir Matthew, 11, 243. 

Leiston, Cecilia, 17, 357 n ; Margery, 
17, 356; Mary, 357 »; Thomas, 
356-9, 371 ; "William, 357 ». 

Leke, Rev. Roger (1416), 13, 384. 

Lekton, see Lecton. 

Leland, on the capture of Boulogne 
by Henry VIII., 4, 48; on the 
birthplace of John Gower, 6, 84 ; 
on the buildings of Prior Chil- 
lenden, 7, 187 ; on a hermitage at 
Richborough, 8. 2 n. 

Lely, Sir Peter, portrait by, 11, 188. 

Lemanis Portus, 1, 95; 13, 274. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Iteming, Mrs. Elizabeth, 10, 44. 

Lempster, Lady, 17,392; Lord, 17, 
401-2. 

Lempster, Richard, Vicar of Burham, 
18, 3S6. 

I, Uylende (Mile End), T., 4, 76, 85. 

Len River, 15, 72. 

Len, Johanna, 14,208; William le, ib. 

Lenan, Thomas, a brother of St. Mar- 
tin's Priory, Dover (1534), 7, 281. 

Lenard, see Leonard. 

Lene (Lenee), Hugh le, 10, 116; 12, 
204.. 

Le Neve, Peter (Norroy), 5, 198 ». 

Lengleys, John, 15. 271. 

Lenham, 10, 143 ; 12, 219, 230, 232; 
13, 340 : 14, S3, 366 ; 15, 2, 8 ; 16, 
102 ; 18, 17, 23, 20, 30 ; a market 
held at (1351-2), 2, 308; extracts 
from the parish register, 4, 201 ; 
inscription in the church, 203; sug- 
gested site of Durolevum, 9, lxvii ; 
manor and dens, 73 ; arms in the 
church, 158; communion cup, 16, 
339, 304, 372; fines of lands in, 
11, 310, 320 ; 14, 243, 251. 

Lenham, East, 10, 132; 11, 351; 
manor of, 14, 259. 

Lenham, Beatrix, 15, 280 ; Isolda de, 
2, 134 ; John de, 10, 149, 102 ; John 
de, 11, 311, 351 ; 14, 253 ; 15, 2, 8, 
280 ; Margaret, 11, 311, 351 ; Nicho- 
las de (1263), 2, 134 ; 3, 257 ; 15, 
8; Ralph, 276; Robert de (1203), 
2, 204. 

Lenn, Roger de, 15, 286. 

Lennard, family, 15, 380; 16, 118-19; 
Gregory, 16, 119 ; Henry, ib. ; Jane, 
of Staplehurst, 9, 202; John, of 
Chevening and Knole, 9, xli ; 13, 
257, 259, 401; 16, 115, 119; John, 
T., 9, 301 ; Sir John Farnaby, on 
Wickham Court, 13, 250 ; Margaret, 
d. of Sir Samuel, 16, 281 ; Margaret, 
wife of Sampson, 119; Mary, 13, 
257: lioh.Tt, 17, 127; Sir Samuel, 
13, 257 ; 16, 27s, 281, 28 I ; Sampson, 
of Chevening and Knole, 9, xli ; 10, 
cxx ; arms and tomb of, 16. 1 19 ; his 
children, ib.; Sir Stephen, 13, 257. 
Lenne, Andrew de, 11,311, 332 ; Alice, 
382; Thomas de, 13, 80; William 
de, 11, 311. 
Lenox, pedigree, 12, 105; Charles 
Stuart, 0th Duke of. H. kxi, I'm, 
251-273, 291, 298, 299, 802; 17, 
373, 393: his memoir, 251-264 ; his 
will, 205; Elizabeth, Duchess of 
Richmond and, 11, 273; Esme" 
Stuart, 1st Duke of, 182, 272; 
Esme Stuart, 3rd Duke of, lxx, 



175, 178, 225, 226, 231, 238, 251, 
272 ; 12, 52 ; Esme Stuart, 5th 
Duke of, 11, 206, 254, 272, 294; 
Frances Stuart, Duchess of Rich- 
mond and, 175, 183-180, 199, 219, 
264, 272; memoir of, 225-31; her 
will, 232; her household, 243-7; 
Frances Teresa, Duchess of Rich- 
mond and, 202, 203, 260, 273, 295 ; 
17, 373-8, 382-3, 389, 392, 394; 
James Stuart, 4th Duke of, 11, 
xlix, lxvi, lxx, 175, 186, 187, 200, 
207, 226, 233, 236, 237, 241, 251, 
263, 272; 12, 49-105; 17, 359; 
Katherine de Balsac, Duchess of, 12, 
50, 59; Katherine (Clifton), Dueluss 
of, 12, 53,50,75; Ludovic Stuart, 
2nd Duke of, 11, Hi, lxx, 182, 219, 
225-232, 247, 255, 204, 272; 18, 
100; Margaret, Duchess of Rich- 
mond and, 11, 254, 257, 202, 273 ; 
Margaret, Countess of, 12, 52; 
Mary, Duchess of Richmond and, 
11, 272. 

Lenox, see Stuart. 

Lent cloth, 17, 115, 117; "velum 
quadra gesimale" Minster Priory, 
Shepey, 7, 291. 

Lent, permission to eat flesh in, 2, 79, 
82. 

Lente, Nicholas, sells hurdles for Ro- 
chester Castle, 2, 118. 

Lenthall, William, Speaker (1642), 1, 
211; 5,35. 

Lentwardyn, Richard, 4, 226, 228, 
231. 

Leodcgario, Radolfus de Sancto, W., 
6, 191, 192 ; see also St, Leger. 

Leofrune, 12, 347, 348. 

Leofsunu held Surrendeu of Earl 
Godwin, 1, 62. 

Leofwiuethe Red, Godwin grants Sur- 
renden to him, 1, 62; see 18, 55. 

Leon Humphrey, 16, 55. 

Leonard, allied to Oxeuden, 6, 280; 
John, of Chevening, 11, 4-01 ; John, 
Esq., 18, 325, 326. 

Leonius, Abbot of St. Bortin, 4, 205, 
207. 

Leotard (Luidhard), Bishop, Chaplain 
1o the Saxon Queen Bertha, 14, 
108, 112. 

Leper hospitals, their "proctors," 6, 
53 »; at Romney, 13, 247-9, 363. 

Leperwindon (so called) at Doding- 
ton, 9, lxxxii, 236; at St. Martin's, 
Canterbury, 14, 110. 

Lermer stone, alias Larmier and Lori- 
mer, 2, 113, 129, 180. 

Leschekere, 10, 124; Roger de, 155; 
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Lesden, George, of Paddlesworth, 10, 

287. 
Lesden alias Bore, Alice, 18, 19. 
Lese, see Atte Lese. 
Lesens (Lesnes), 14, 267. 
Lesnes, 12, 237; 18, 310; fines of 

lands in, 11, 321, 341, 346 ; 13, 307, 

312 ; 14, 267, 277 ; 15, 288, 290, 297. 
Lesnes Abbey, 14, 341 ; 16, 160, 209 ; 

Abbot, 9, 288, 304 ; Fulco, Abbot of 

(1197), 1, 250; Roger de Derteford, 

Abbot of (1321), 3, 100. 
Lcssenden, in Biddenden, 14, 357. 
Lessenbam, 12, 222. 
Lester, T., of London, bell-founder, 9, 

199. 
L'Estrange, Col., a Royalist leader, 9, 

38 »; Eoger, 11, 278. 
Letagefry, defined, 9, lxiv n. 
Lethenard, Nicholas, 2, 116, 119, 120. 
Letherkervere, Simon le, 13, 85. 
Letberstede, Galfrid de, 15, 361. 
Letter, A^nes, masses for (Canter- 
bury), 1523, 2, 162. 
Leuedale, Joan {nee Northwode) and 

John, 2, 36, 37. 
Leueshoth (Leuesnoth), manor, 14, 

253 ; John, T., 3, 93 ; Richard de, 

3, 254. 
Leueton, Stephen, T., 3, 89. 
Leueye, see Leveye. 
Leuingesburn, see Levingesburn. 
Leukenore, see Levvknor. 
Leuysshethe, William, T., 4, 80. 
Leve, Robert (Dartford, 1308), 18, 393. 
Levenard, James, Vicar of Godmers- 

ham, 8, 157. 
Leventhorpe, John, wore SS. collar 

(1433), 1, 83. 
Leveryke, Master, 16, 290, 297, 303, 

312. 
Leveson, Sir John, 11, 210, 214, 215 ; 

18, 33 ; Sir Richard, 11, 218. 
Levet, allied to Dering, 10, 342 ; Wi'- 

liam, 16, 264. 
Levett, Rev. John, 13, 426 ; Thomas, 

17, 179. 
Leveye, Henry, 15, 309; John, 18, 

339 ; Cecilia his wife, ib. 
Levingesburn, see Livingsbourne. 
Levins' Manipulus Vocabulorum, 9, 

110. 
Lewce, Matthew (1521), 10, cxi. 
Lewen, Dr., 2, 81. 
Lewes, 13, 90, 367 ; 15, 199, 200, 215 ; 

16, 19, 29; battle of, 4, 118; 16, 

29 ; priory of, 10, 281 ; friars of, 

11, 371 ; St. John's Church, 36. 
Lewes, allied to Osborne, 5, 234 ; to 

Lovelace, 10, 189, 207 ; Anne, 189, 

207 ; John, T., 3, 91 ; Jno. de, 14, 



254, 258-9; Margaret, 18, 17; 
Morgan, 25 ; Robert, 10, 189, 202, 
207 ; 18, 17. 

Lewin, 18, 40; arms impaling Hale, 
in Bexley Church, 18, 376; Ed- 
mund, Rector of Stone (1754), 3, 
101; Thomas, 18, 376; Elizabeth, 
11, 293; Sir Justinian, 253; Rev. 
Mr., on Caesar's landing, 3, 1, 8-11. 

Lewis, an architectural term, 1, 145. 

Lewis, Dauphin of France, in Kent 
(1216), 10, cvi. 

Lewis, Baxter, 15, 121; J., late Town 
Clerk of Rochester, 2, 73 ; Rev. 
Jno., historian of Thanet, 9, 55, 50, 
65, 67, 70 et seq.; Rev. John, 18, 
397,430; Margaret, 17,373; Rev. 
M., 16, 113 ; Rev. Robert George 
(1850), 290; Philip, arms of, 11, 
395; Wm, of the Van, Glamorgan- 
shire, 257, 273 ; William, 15, 251. 

Lewisham, 9, 89, 140 ; 13, 148 ; 15, 
373-4; 18, 15, 17, 25, 29, 32, 33, 
37 ; inventory of church ^oods, 9, 
279; church plate, 16, 349, 434; 
fines of land in, 4, 273, 280 ; 5, 287 ; 
11, 354; 12, 303; 13, 293, 297, 
305-6 ; 14, 257; 15, 273, 306. 

Lewisham, Ascelina de, 5, 287 ; John 
de, 15, 296; Margeria, 296. 

Lewknor (Leukenore, Lewkenor) 
allied to Lovelace, 10, 194; Alex 
ander, 3, 204, 206 ; Catherine, 12 
371 ; Eliza, 315 ; Elizabeth, 10, 194 
John, 256; Sir John, 11, 362 
Nicholas de, 4, 315; 12, 235 
Richard, 13, 324 ; Robert de, 298 
Sir Roger, 12, 315; Sibella, 10 
259 ; Sir Thomas, 9, cxvi ; 11, 362 
Walter, 395. 

Lewot, Dionisia, 11, 341 ; Hugh, ib. 

Lewyn, Anna, 18, 40 ; John, ib. 

Lewys, John, of Brookland (1468), 
13, 485. 

Lex ham, Walter, a setter-mason, 2, 
123. 

Ley, Petley (goldsmith), 17, 293 ; 
Timothy (goldsmith), 273, 289, 293 ; 
Thomas, 119. 

Leybourne, 10, 147 ; 12,224; manor, 

I, 6, 7 ; extracts from the parish 
registers, 4, 247 ; parson of, 10, 
147 ; 11, 335, 339, 354 ; Rector of, 
10, 147 ; 15, 33 ; fines of land in, 

II, 311, 320, 332; 12, 290, 305. 
Leybourne Castle, 1, 2, 8; 10, 140. 
Leybourne Church, the heart-shrine 

in, 5, 133, 139 et seq. ; 7, 329 ; 10, 
6 ; the niche described, 5, 136 ; 
Walter, Rector of, 10, 147. 
Leybourne, arms, 1,4; family, 5, 157- 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



192 ; 8, 329 ; pedigree, 193 ; memoir 
of Roger, 6, 303. 
Leybourne (Leburn, Leeburn, Lei- 
burn, Leiburne, Leyborne, Leyburn, 

1. vburne), Elizabeth, wife of Henry 
do" (12 Edw. II.), 14, 260; Henry 
de (1310), 2, 86; (20 Edw. III.), 

10, 148, 151, 152; (7 Edw. II.), 
12, 298; (12 Edw. II.), 14, 260; 
arms of Henry (<•. Edw. I.), 15, 17 ; 
Sir Henry, taken prisoner at 
Borouijlibridge, 5, 160 ; outlawed, 
101 ; John de (1263), 3, 265 ; John, 
son of Roger (1283), 5, 155 ; Idonia 
de, widow of Sir Geoffrey de Say, 

2, 14 ; Isabella, widow of Sir Henry 
de (20 Edw. III.), 10, 151; Juliana 
de (Countess of Huntingdon), 1, 1; 

11, 335, 339, 354; did not die with- 
out heirs as Hasted states, 1, 3; 
enfeoffs trustees iu her Kent 
manors, 3 ; 16, 16-4, 174 ; her will 
(1367), 1, 8 ; last representative of 
the name, 5, 139 ; " Infanta of 
Kent," 193 ; 16, 164 ; Juliana, 
widow of Wm. de, 12, 297, 298, 
299 ; Juliana de (8 Edw. II.), 13, 
295; (12 Edw. II.), 14, 260; (14 
Edw. II.), 270-1 ; Margaret de, 4, 
134, 158 ; Sir Nicholas de, 15, 17 ; 
Philip de, 5, 133-4, 157; Sir 
Richard's arms, 15, 17 ; Robert de 
(1197), 1, 240; Robert de, father of 
Sir Roger, 5, 134, 158; charter of 
Robert de (3 John), 151 ; Sir Roger, 
134, 151, 153, 158, 207 ; 3, 251 ; 12, 
225, 227, 231-3; 10,49; 13,364; 
15, 2, 6, 150; 16,164; bis death, 
7, 340 ; Sir Roger, his son, 5, 134, 
142, 159, 166 ; has grant of Elham 
manor, 142, 166 ; the Prince's 
steward, 168 ; enters the King's ser- 
vice as steward, 175 ; estates forfeited 
and restored, 178 ; pardons and safe 
conducts, 179, 184; acts against 
the Barons, 146, 182 ; wounded at 
Rochester, 146, 183 ; his rewards, 
147, 188 ; on the crusade, 140 ; his 
death, 141, 165; 7, 333; his heart 

hrinod at Leybourne, 5, 142, 
117, 151; his seal, 192; by some 
confused with his lather Roger, 151 ; 
transactions with Robert de Creve- 
cceur, 7, 334; Alianore his wife, 
333 ; Simon de, 11, 311 ; arms of 
Sir Simon de, 3, 143 ; 15, 17 ; Sir 
Thomas, 5, 1 :*•">, I IB, 149; his wife, 
149, 150; Juliana, his daughter, 
L36; nia bear! possibly at Loy- 
bourne, 150; Thomas de (20 Edw. 
III.), 10, 146; Sir William, 1, 2 ; 



5, 135, 141, 143, 148, 149, 154, 173, 
190, 191, 193 ; 16, 164, 165 ; endows 
chantry in Leybourno Church, 7, 
330 ; alienated Leeds Castle to the 
King, 339; 15, 150; holder of 
knights' fees in Kent (20 Edw. III.), 
10, 117, 131, 132, 138, 142, 143, 144, 
161; (Edw. I.), 11, 367, 369; 
party to fines of land (1 Edw. II.), 
11, '311; (2 Edw. II.), 320; (6 
Edw. II.), 354; (14 Edw. II.), 14, 
270-1 ; his arms, 15, 3. 

Leybreto, Bernard Giles de, 18, 443. 

Leycester, John, of Leeds Priory, 2, 
64; Robert, W., 13,560. 

Leyden University, 15, 34, 36, 245. 

Leyedenne manor, 11, 343. 

Leyffe, John, Master of Maidstone 
College, 2, 62. 

Leyham, Richard de, 15, 282 ; Wal- 
ter, 13, 319 ; William de, 319. 

Leykere, John de, 18, 345. 

Leyne, Richard de (Benenden, 1251), 
2, 306. 

Leysdown, Shepey, 14, 181, 376, 381-3, 
387; Northwode's lands in, 2, 36, 
37; Lyttles Grove in, 13, 342; 
brief for, 14, 181 ; fine of lands iu, 
18, 345. 

Leystede, Henry de (1258), 3, 246. 

Leyston Abbey, 15, 60. 

Leyston, Margery, 15, 388. 

Libbet, a stream at Newington, 9, 
lxxvi ; 15, 107. 

Libbis, 18, 287. 

Libera elemosina, i.e. Frankalmoin, 4, 
305 ». 

Libraries, monastic, 3, 52. 

Librata terre, what, 2, 318. 

Lichdalo, Rev. John (1415), 13, 384. 

Lichfield, Earldom of, 11, 252, 264, 
294 ; Earl of, 18, 102. 

Lichfield, William, T., 3, 81 ; William, 
Prior of Christ Church, Canter- 
bury, 2, 60. 

Licktopp manor, 16, 167. 

Lideford, Master Nicholas de, W., 6, 
207. 

Lidle, Ricardtis de (13 49), 18, 292. 

Lidsing (Lidesings, Lydesynge), fine 

of lands in, 14, 258. 
Lidsing, John do, and his brother 

Robert (1201), 2, 255. 
Liffington, Alexander, 18, 424, 444. 
Lifwinus, Smart, W. s 8, 272. 

Ligham, Rev. Peter (Lydd, 1526), 13, 

446; (Saltwood, 1526), 18, 428. 
Light, John, 14, 49, 50. 
Lioiitkoot, W. J., notes from Orle- 
stone register, 2, 89 ; notes on 
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stained glass, with indices to the 
parochial registers of Warehorne 
and Newenden, 4, 97 ; notes from 
the records of llawklmrst Church, 
communicated hy, 5,55; documents 
relating to tho Seven Hundreds and 
Lydd, communicated by, 8,299; his 
death, 10, cxxxiii. 

Lights, 10, lxii ; 13, 132, 419, 452-4, 
461-2, 472, 485 ; 17, 85 et seq., 144 ; 
called "Tryllo upon my harpe" and 
" Heyre " light, at Elham, 10, 63, 
64; inHythe Church, 18, 417-8; 
cross, 17, 78, 82-5, 104 ; font tapors, 
79 et seq. ; maiden's, 83, 91 ; Pas- 
chal, 79, 82, 87-8, 93-4, 103-4 ; St. 
Ann's, 89; St. Dunstan's, 92, 99, 
102 ; torches, 79, 83-5, 87 et seq. ; 
rood, 85, 88 ; Trendyll, 83 ; striking 
the, 9, 225-6 ; 17,89, 102, 107, 114; 
painting the Paschal, 94 ; at burials, 
103 ; before the Sacrament, 104, 107 ; 
on great candlesticks before the high 
altar, 107. 

Light's Notingden, 14, 49, 50. 

Ligula of bronze at Dartford, 18, 
206. 

Lile, Ralph, of Dartford, 9, 297. 

Lill, Dr., allied to Head, 14, 117. 

Lille, see Lilly. 

Lillechurche Priory, in Higham 
(1250), 2, 300, 321; 11, lviii ; 
Prioress, lviii, lix. 

Lillington, see Linton. 

Lilly, Maria, 18, 36. 

Lilly, "William, 4, 115, 116. 

Limbrey, Jane, daughter of Henry, 
16, 125. 

Lime-burning for Rochester Castle, 2, 
118, 131. 

Limehouse, i.e. Lymoste, 9, 90; 
Prindsbury, 17, 170 ; reach in the 
Medway, i70, 189. 

Limene, River (Liminaea), 13, 172-3, 
185, 276, 349, 359 ; alias Rother, 
178-184, 275-6 ; 14, 38. 

Limen, lathe of, 14, 39. 

Limering, John de (1257), 3, 244. 

Limowart, lath of, 13, 187, 191, 194, 
350-1 ; 14, 41. 

Limundene, Warin, W., 6, 206 ; Wil- 
liam, W., ib. 

Linche, John de (1257), 3, 244. 

Lincoln, 14, 163; Bishop of, 12, 305 ; 
14, 342; City, 10, 100; Dean of 
(1349), 14, 326; Earl of, 16, 21; 
races, 5, HI ; Saxon churches in, 
2 n. 

Lincoln, John de, 12, 304 ; Lucia, ib.; 
13, 313 ; Matilda, Countess of, 16, 
21 ; Reymund de, 12, 304 ; 13, 313 ; 



Richard, 18, 26 ; Robert, 26 ; Robert 

de, 13, 80. 
Lincoln's Inn, 15, 173. 
Lincolnshire, 15, 138, 195,"199, 201-2, 

204, 207, 209, 211, 214, 251, 253 ; 

briefs for places in, 14, 183-4, 207, 

210, 213-18, 221. 
Lindholm, Sweden, runes at, 8, 205. 
Lindisfards, royal genealogies of tho, 

8,40. 
Lindissi, kingdom of, 8, 40. 
Lingfield Church, monument in, 11, 

66 ; Mark camp, 13, 2. 
Linkhull, Emma (wife of a " clerk "), 

11, 358 ; Simon de, ib. 
Linstead, John Roper's mansion there 

(1523), 2, 157 ; lodge (logge, 1523), 

2, 157, 158, 159. 
Linstead (Linsted, Lyndestede, Lyn- 

stede), 11, 379-80, 3S5, 399; 12, 

220 ; 13, H, 325, 335, 340-5, 347 ; 

15, 252; 18, 34, 38; the name, 9, 
116 ; fines of lands in, 12, 294 ; 13, 
305 ; 15, 288 ; 18, 347, 352. 

Linstead, Adam de, 13, 305 ; Bartho- 
lomew, of Leeds Priory, 2, 64 ; 
Thomas de, 12, 294; Walter de, 
294; 13, 305. 

Lintheford, 11, 367. 

Linton (Lynton, Lyntoun), 4, 68, 71, 
72, 75;' 15, 21, 234; 18, 32; 
church plate, 15, xlvi ; 16, 351-2, 
434; fines of lands in, 13, 307 ; 18, 
348, 350, 351. 

Linton, John, 15, 233 ; Thomas, 219, 
232-3, 268. 

Linton, Cambs., 9, 162. 

Linvine, William de (1271), 6, 238. 

Lion, the White, a badge of the house 
of Marche, temp. Edw. IV., 1, 84. 

L'Isle, de (de Insula), arms, 15,3; 
Earl (20 Edw. III.), 10, 133, 146, 
153; (38 Hen. III.), 12, 217, 224-6, 
232, 234-7; Muriel, Viscountess, 

16, 46. 

L'Isle, Sir George, 9, 38 n ; Henry, 5, 
272; John, 3, 147; 15, 277; Sir 
John de (brass), 11, 86; Matilda, 
315; 13, 368; Thomas, 11, 315; 
13, 3C8; William, 11, 342; 13, 
316 ; 15, 277, 364. 

L'Isley, Joan, 15, 3. 

Lisieux, 4, 209. 

Lisius, Godefrid de, 10, 274. 

Lister, Dame Anne, 11, 207 ; Ralph, 
18, 448. 

Literyngton, Isabella and William, 
15, 279, 288. 

Lithell, William, Registrar at Cray- 
ford, 18, 331. 

Litlegrome, John, 18, 218. 



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Litletannere, Alice, 14. 259 ; John le, 
ib. 

Litley Hundred, 10, 143, 154; 12, 
235. 

Litlington, Cristina de, 18, 341 ; John 
de, ib. 

Little, Henry (pewterer), 17, 311. 

Little (Lytle), Thomas le, 18. 345. 

Littlebourue (Littleburn, Ljtlebourne, 
Lytleburue), 10, 117; 12,205; 14, 
129; 16, 90; 18, 23; the park 
(1197), 1, 248; church plate, 16, 
405; fines of lands in, 1,248; 11, 
331, 312, 350; 12, 307; 13, 300; 
14. 252, 270, 277 ; 15, 277, 294. 

Littlebourne and Welle, 1, 129. 

Little Brook, fine of lauds in, 11,316 ; 
river banks of Saxon date, 18, 309 ; 
tide walls at, 311. 

Littlechurch, in Calehill Hundred, 12, 
235 ; manor, 10, 145. 

Littlecote (Lytlecote), Master, 8, 130. 

Little Ealdham, manor, 10, 149. 

Littlefield Hundred, 1, 136; 4,314; 
assessment of (20 Edw. III.), 10, 
152 ; knights' fees in, 12, 223, 229. 

Littlehall manor in Wouldham, 5, 27 ; 

10, 147. 
Littleham, 10, 151. 

Little Hoo alias Howbery manor, 10, 

154. 
Little Houghara, 10, 122. 
Little Maplestead, round church at, 

11, 46. 

Little May ham alias Lowden alias 

Lovedam manor, 10, 140. 
Littlemore Priory, 14, 341. 
Little Okeley manor, 10, 145. 
Little Peckham manor, 10, 152. 
Littlo Popishall manor, 10, 121. 
Littleton, church steeple, 11, 245 ; the 

poor, 245 ; housekeeper at, 245. 
Littleton, Mr., Itochestcr, 6, 113. 
Little Wilmington alias Sancton 

manor, 10, 127. 
Little Woldham, 10, 147. 
Little Wrutham, 10, 147. 
Littus liaxonicum or Saxon shore, 18, 

43. 
Liudhard (coin of), Chaplain of Queen 

Bertha, 8, 233. 
Livesey, Ann, 14, 379 ; Edward, 380 ; 

Gabriel, 379-80; John, 380; Mar- 

tha, 380; sir Michael, the regicide, 

I, 200; 4, 189, 190 ; 9, 32 », 33 n, 
It; 14, 380-] ; Ralph, 380; Robt., 
379-N"; William, 380. 

Livingsbourne (Lyuingebourne, Lith- 
iogeaburn), 12, 208, 204; lines of 

land in, 4, 279, 280,298; 5,280; 

II, 328 ; 12, 289 ; see liekesbourne. 



Livingstone, Lady Elizabeth, 11, 252, 
272, 294, 299; 18, 373; James, 
Earl of Newburgh, 252, 272 ; John, 
14, 181. 

Livingua alias Leovingus, Archbishop 
of Canterbury (1013-1020), 1, 62, 
63. 

Livett, the Rev. Grevile, 18, 191 ; 
on Saxon Cathedral Church at 
Rochester, 261. 

Llandaff, Bishop of, 15, 218, 227. 

Lloyd, allied to Fogge, 5, 116; Ed- 
ward, 15, 358-9 : Elisha, 18. 38 ; 
Rev. Griffin, 16, 116-117, 123; 
Rev. H. R., 13, 499; 15, 252-3, 
255-9, 271 ; Rev. Iorwerth G., 228, 
253, 259 ; (on Clitfe Church, Hoo), 
11, xxxvii ; Rev. Dr. Pierson, 15, 
32 ; Rev. Rice, 13, 478. 

Loam (Lufeum), for floors in Rochester 
Castle, 2, 119. 

Loampits at St. Thomas's Hill, Canter- 
bury, 17, 78, 82, 84, 87, 135. 

Loan to Henry VIII., mob beset Arch- 
bishop to demand back their loan- 
money (1526 ?), 1, 36, 37, 38. 

Loat, AVilliam, 18, 127, 139, 145, 155. 

Locke, 11, 188, 275 ; Harriet, 18, 355 ; 
Rev. Thomas, 367. 

Lockham Wood, Roman cemetery, 10, 
166, 170; 15, 74, 88; remains, 2, 
xxxix; 16, 7, 11. 

Locks, Roman, of bronze, at Plaxtol, 
2, 7; for Rochester Castle (1367), 
116, 129, 130. 

Locofry defined, 9, lxivw. 

Lod, Rev. Nicholas, 13, 426 ; 18, 379. 

Lodelowe, Thomas de, 1, 126. 

Lodelsworth, John de (1263), 4, 312. 

Loden, in Norfolk (John de Segrave'a, 
1351), 2, 140. 

Loder, Hamo and William, 2, 123. 

Lodge, 18, 32 ; Kentish use of this 
word, 9, 115. 

Lodge, John, Curate of Warehoruc 
(1685), 2, 94. 

Lodingford (Lodeneford), 2, 256; 
10,149; Alexander de (1201), ib.; 
Daniel de, ib. ; 10, 148; John de, 
IIS; Roger de, 11, 318; William 
de, 12, 228. 

Lodyngton, Nicholas do, 13, 545. 

Loftie, allied to Dering, 10. 335 ; 13 
438; Rev. John (1767), 16, 290 
Margaret, 18, 302; William, 302 
Capt. Win. Henry, 302; Rev. W. J., 
describes Knole House, 9, xl. 

Loggan, Roger, 18, 94. 

Lokelyng marsh, in I wade, 1, L28-9. 

Lokesdale manor, extent of, 4, 313. 

Loket, Ralph, 2, 123. 



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173 



Lokko, Simon (1412), 10, 245; Simon 
le, 13, 309. 

Lokyere, Johanna, 13, 309 ; Mathew, 
17, 83, 85, 92. 

Lollards and Wicliff, 11, 93, 98; 
anchoress, 32. 

Lombard, Master, W., 4, 209. 

Lomepittfield, Frindsbury, 17, 171. 

Lommon marsh, Lemn. 13, 179. 

Lompcoupe, 10, 322. 

Londenoys, Mary (allied to Harlaken- 
den), 14, 360. 

Londesborough, Lord, 15, 356, 370- 
1. 

London, Bridge, fight between Cade's 
followers and the citizens, 7, 240 ; 
briefs for places in, 14, 182-3, 206, 
208-11, 213-4, 222 ; Archdeacon of, 
128; Lord Mayor of, 154; Sheriff 
of (1360), 120; Candlewick Street, 
John Roper's tenements in (1523), 
2, 157, 158, 159, 169 ; citizens' reply 
to Fanconberg (1471), 11, 360; 
London Gazette, 277-8; Rector of 
St. Bride's (1523), 2, 174; steel- 
yard, 13, 113. 

London, Alexander of, W., 5, 204; 
John, of Otehell near Canterbury, 
T., 3, 74 ; John, a brother in Leeds 
Priory, 2, 63 ; John, 11, 380 ; Peter, 

17, 113; Richard of, W., 6, 195; 
Robert de, 14, 262, 264 ; Rosier, 18, 
343 ; Symon de, 14, 305 ; William, 
a pensioner from Christ Church, 
Canterbury, 2, 60. 

London, Bishop of (20 Edw. III.), 10, 

144; Richard Nigellus, 1, 228-238; 

Tunstall, commended by Warhani, 

(1522), 1, 24. 
Londonderry, Thomas Pitt, Earl of, 

16, 129. 
Londonwic, 12, 331-334, 337. 
Lone, John, 18, 35 ; Richard, 35 ; 

Robert de (1263), 3, 253; Sampson, 

18, 35 ; Mr., 139, 144. 
Long Island, 13, 163. 

Long (Longe), allied to Dalisou, 15, 
402 ; Ann, dau. of Captain, 2nd wife 
of Thomas Stanley, 17, 356; Rev. 
David, 9, 276 ; 18, 365 ; Emma, 12, 
299 ; John, 16, 291-3, 297, 300, 303, 
306, 311 ; Sir Lislebon, 4, 183 ; Peter, 
W., 13, 560; Ralph (1412), 10, 
247 ; Richard, 11, 244; Rev. Rich- 
ard, 16, 290, 292, 303, 315 ; 17, 92 ; 
Thomas (1199), 2, 243; Thos., Mayor 
of Fordwich (1591), 18,88; Thos. 
le, 12, 299. 

Longage, early masonry at, 4, 124. 

Longbridge (Langebregge), T., 3, 83; 
watch at, 8, 310; Hundred, 10, 



132; 11, 309; 12, 215, 220; 15, 

361, 363. 
Longbridge, John, Peter, and Thomas 

de, 15, 362. 
Longcliamp (Lungchainp), Sir Henrv, 

3, 143; Henry dc, 15, 3; Osbert, 
and Aveline his wife (1196), 1, 255 ; 
(1198), 271; his heirs, 10, 158; 
Robert de, 12, 224; Stephen, W., 

4, 219. 
Longe, see Long. 

Longehegge, Johanna, 15, 275 ; Ste- 
phen de, 275. 
Lon^espee (Lungespeye), Earl of Salis- 
bury, 12, 201 ; William, 205. 
Longestep, Henry, 14, 197. 
Longfiekl, 12, 234 ; 14, 334 ; inventory 

of church goods (1552), 9, 281 ; 

rood-screen, 14,371; Rectory, 18, 

397. 
Longfort (Langeford), Henry de 

(1263), 3, 253 ; Roger de, 5, 269. 
Longherst, Johanne (Great Chart), 8, 

159. 
Loneiiouse, in Hartye, 10, 137. 
Longley, Archbishop J.T., 9, 179 ; 15, 

253; Elizabeth, 16, 72; John, of 

Satis House, 6, 80. 
Longmead (Langemede), in Nettle- 
stead, 6, 227. 
Longo Campo, de, see Longcliamp. 
Longobards, victory through Woden's 

magic, 8, 27 ; their chronology, 

28. 
Longshots (Sir Roger Twysden's land), 

4, 184. 
Long-tails, Kentish, 9, 126. 
Longville (Lunguil), Duke of, 15, 

118; Richard de, 6, 201-2; Peter, 

201-2 ; William, 15, 36. 
Loninborough-Hundred, 8, 310 ; 10, 

130, 161 ; 18, 26, 444. 
Loose (Lose), 4, 71, 72, 75,84; 14, 

239; 15, 75-6; 18, 303; fine of 

lands in, 4, 288 ; 15, 295 ; Roman 

villa at the Slade, 10, 166 ; Court, 

14, 240. 
Loose, Emma de, 2, 248; 4, 288; 

Mariota, 12, 307 ; Nicholas de, ib. ; 

Richard de, 2, 248; Wm. de, 4, 

288. 
Loote, John, Churchwarden of Mers- 

ham, 10, 282. 
Lora Morant, 4, 100 n. 
Loretto, 13, 113. 
Lorkyn, 15, 367 ; John, 15, 265 ; 18, 

35; Richard, 16, 291, 298, 304; 

Wm., monk of Boxley Abbey, 2, 

60. 
Lorimer Stone, see Lermer. 
Lornell, Mr. (1667), 17, 376. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Lorynier, John, Curate of Minster in 

Shepey, 7, 305. 
Lossenh.un, in Xewenden, 4, 10S » ; 

fine of land in, 291 ; manor, 10, 140 ; 

knight's fee in, 12, 222; manor- 
house, 13, 489. 
Losenham Abhey of White Friars, 14, 

xlii, 309; inventory of church goods 

made at its dissolution, 311-2. 
Loterych, John, 14, 2G8 ; Margeria, 

15,278 ; Martin, 282 ; Thomas, 14, 

268 ; William, 15, 278. 
Loth, William de, W., 5, 216. 
Lothian, Wm. Ker, Earl of, H, 238. 
Lott, Elizabeth, 18, 414. 
Lotte, William, Priest of Burton 

Chantry, Sandwich, 2, 62; Eev. 

William, 13, 412. 
Lotteries, 11, 277. 
Loudham, Johanna, 11, 325; Roger 

de, ib. 
Loue, allied to Oxenden, 6, 280. 
Louekyn, Alice, 13, 317; Robert, ib. 
Loueryk, Henrv, 17, 78. 
Loughton, Jno." (1466), 14, 178; Peter 

(1600), 17, 203. 
Louis VII., King of France, 13, 505-G ; 

visits Canterbury, 4, 128-9. 
Louis IX., King of France, 5, 140, 

146; joins Prince Edward in a 

Crusade, 139, 162, 163. 
Louis XI. of France, 13, 113. 
Lousyberry "Wood, 13, 9. 
Louteriche, William, 12, 299. 
Louth, John (Maidstone, 1418), 1, 

158 ; Eev. Simon (1664), 16, 

290. 
Lovayne, Sir Nicholas de, of Penshurst, 

I, 125, 129. 

Love, Anthony, 11, 399; John, of 

Goudliurst, 11, 403 ; John, 18, 105 ; 

Jno. (Woodchurch, 1685), 14, 357 ; 

Eev. Seymour, 13, 479 ; Wm., 472 ; 

14, 232. 
Loveden, Dame Ann, 7, 297 ; Walter, 

II, 224. 

Lovehurst in Staplehurst, 9, 189. 

Lovehurst (Lofherst), William of. \\'.. 
5,208; Wlunod do, W., 208. 

Lovejoy, Elizabeth, of Callis Grange, 
Thanet, 12. 391 ; 16, 357, 403, 404. 

Lovel, Eenry, 12, 213; Sir John 
I lL'<;t), 5, 293. 

Lovelace, chantry in Bethersden, 16, 
96] family, io, L84-220; monu- 
ments and Place in Bethersden, 16. 
68-70; pedigrees, 10, 189-90, L93-5, 
207-N, 216-7. 

Lovelace, Alexander (1 169), 10, 191 ; 
Alice, widow (ob. 15-11), l'.»7 ; Ann, 
Lady, 16, 85 ; Capt., of Bethersden, 



18. 67 ; Counsellor (1660), 17, 343 ; 
Francis, 9, 35 n, 38/; ; Francis (ob. 
1664), 10, 217-9; Goldwell, 217; 
Henrv, 194, 216; Joan, 186-188, 
190 ; Joan, 18, 33, 38 ; John (1367- 
1 112), 10, 185-188, 190; John, son 
of Richard (1469), 190, 191 ; John 
(ob. 1546), 193-5, 197 ; John, of 
Kingsdown, 11, 402 ; John, bought 
" marie pits " in Bethersden (1412), 
16, 84 ; Katharine (1466), 10, 190; 
Launcelot (ob. 1605), 194; (ob. 
1640), 216; 15, 365; (1517), 18, 
283; Leonard (ob. 1616), 10, 196; 
(ob. 1671), 216 ; the Lords, of Hur- 
ley, 184, 185, 214; Mary, 18,38; 
Mr., 101 ; Richard, of Byngesdom, 
7,235; (1437), 10, 187; (ob. 1466), 
189, 190; of Kingsdown (1450), 
190; of Colham (1563-1621), 194, 
196; Sir Richard, Captain (1440- 
1500), 189, 192, 193; Colonel 
Richard, the poet (1618-58), 208- 
215; Robert (1414), 186; (1434), 
187; 18, 33, 38; Serjeant (ob. 
1577), 10, lxxvii, 184, 189, 194-203 ; 
Thomas, a church goods commis- 
sioner (1552), 8, 85, 99, 100; Tho- 
mas (ob. 1541), 10, 194, 195,197; 
Elizabeth his wife, 195 ; Thomas, 
son of Serjeant Lovelace, 201 ; Tho- 
mas, of Kingsdown, 201; Thomas, 
9, 266 ; William, of Bethersden, 7, 
235; William (1417-59), 10, 185, 
186; William, of Merton (with 
Jack Cade in 1450), 187 ; William's 
chantry at Bethersden (1460), 187, 
188 ; William, of Faversham (1473), 
188; of Queenhithe (1496), 189, 
191, 193, 197; (1536), 194, 197; 
William, heir of Serjeant L., 20 1 ; 
William (1561), 17,216-20,226-;;:, ; 
Sir Wm. (1602), 16, 85, 86; Sir 
William, 18, 6C>. 

Loverick, Henry, 16, 314; 17, 78; 
Thomas, 12, 377. 

Loverotismelle, 13, 352. 

Loveson (? Leveson), Sir John. Knt . 
18. 33 ; Margaret, ib. 

Lovd, Catherine, 12, 3d7; Philip.ti. : 
Stephen, ib. 

Low, Timothy, 13- 165. 

London alias Lovedam alias Little 
Mayliam. 10. M<>. 

Lowe, Anne, 18.37s,/ ; Edmund, 23; 
Mr., 17, 228; Sir Timothy, 276 : 
18, 378 m. 

Lower, Marc Antony, History of 
Bodiham, 9, cxvi. 

Lowes, Giles, 18, 36; Henry, 25; 
Myldred, 25 ; Thomas, 36. 



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Lowestoft, yawl, 9, 112 ; naval battle 
of, 11, 259. 

Lowfield Street, Dartford, ancient 
pavement, 18, 312. 

Lowndes, Jonathan, 11, 304. 

Lows, John, 18, 403 n ; Thomas, ib. 

Lowside window, 10, 90, 92 ; at 
Dodington, 9, lxxxii, 236 ; at Els- 
field, 236 ; in fresco in Eton College 
Chapel, 239. 

Lowton, near Richborough, site of 
Roman town, 8. 14. 

Low Wood, 16, 82 

Lowys, James (1454), 13, 472 ; Wm., 
354. 

Loys, Hy., 14, 311-2. 

Lovell, Francis, Lord, 16, 234. 

Loverick of Sandwich, 15, 17. 

Lp a , William de, 10, 272. 

Luard, Major, on Roman remains at 
Plaxtol, 2, 1 ; on Roman antiquities, 
xliii, xliv. 

Lubbock, Sir John, 11, 124 ; 15, 99, 
100 ; on flint implements from 
Oldbury camp, 9, lv. 

Lucas (Loccas, Luccas), Sir Chas., 9, 
44; Jas., Mayor of Dover, 10, 
cxxxvii ; John (Rochester Castle), 
2, 121; John, of Benenden, 11, 
403 ; John, of High Halden, 400 ; 
John, 14, 272; John (1516), 17, 
20; Lawrence, 5, 81, 82; Rev. 
Peter, 16, 123 ; S. L. L., 352, 398 ; 
Thos., 11, 342 ; (1522), 12, 421. 

Luci, Richard de, 16, 209. 

Lucius, King, 15, 39; Pope (1144), 
10, 272. 

Lucke, Richard, 16, 195. 

Lucombe arms, 10, 330. 

Lucy, Aymery de, 15, 12, 19 ; Geffrey, 
2, 3; 10, 137 ; 13, 524; 14, 268 ; 
Herbert, 13, 524; Katerina, 14, 
268; Richard de, 10, 272, 276 ; 13, 
524; Roesia, 524; Thomas, 15, 19. 

Luda, Florence, 11, 346 ; Thos. de, 
346 ; 14, 265. 

Luddenham, 10, 136; 12, 217, 218; 

14, 65, 199 ; Roman villas at, 9, 
lxxii; fines of lands in, 11, 329, 
356; 12, 298; 13, 301; 14, 
275. 

Luddesdown, 10, 144 ; 12, 223, 224 ; 

15, 11 ; fines of lands in, H, 324; 
12, 290, 305 ; 14, 274 ; 15, 290. 

Luddham, John, 13, 425. 

Luddington, 15, 201 ; manor, in Lin- 
colnshire, 18, 164. 

Ludgate, Henry, 10, lxxviii. 

Ludlow, John, 18, 329 ; the republi- 
can, 6, 66 ; Sir Richard, 16, 40. 

Ludlow Castle, manor of, H, 321. 



Ludwell, Elizabeth, 16, 2(55, 341-2, 
353, 438. 

Luffe, William (Bexloy, 1591), 18, 
379. 

Luffinton, Roger de (Smcthe, 1246), 2, 
294. 

Lugedale, 12, 205. 

Luke, Samuel, 18, 32 ; William, 32. 

Lukedale, in Ickham, 4, 313, 320; 
chantry, 14, 163. 

Lukin (Lukine, Lukyn), John, Mayor 
of Fordwich (1563), 18, 87 ; (1645), 
88, 89 ; Richard (Mayor, 1609), 88 ; 
Thomas (Mayor, 1666), 88, 89; 
ThomasiDa, 89; William (gold- 
smith), 17, 255. 

Lukke, John, carpenter, T., 3, 74 ; 
John (1433), 10, 321. 

Lull, Edward (1522), 12, 427 ; John, 
426; Richard, 422; 15, 296-7; 
Robert, 14, 197. 

Lulley (Louley), Abbey of, 10, liv, 
lvii. 

Lullingstone, 10, 142, 155, 158; 12, 
234; 15, 2; Saxon cemetery, 3,36; 
enamelled bowl there, 42, 44 ; visit 
to, 7, lxvii ; inventory of church 
goods, 9, 282 ; family of Peche, 16, 
101-6, 227, 240 ; fines of lands in, 
5, 276 ; 11, 313, 336 ; 12, 296 ; 13, 
294; 15, 298; 18, 343; Castle 
alias Shoreham Castle, 10, 158 ; 
manor of, H, 321 ; the Harts and 
Dykes of, 13, 378; 16, 100-111; 
visit to (1884), xlix. 

Lullingstone Church, of St. 
Botulph, 16, 99-112; Rectors of, 
112-3. 

Lulworth Castle, 11, 259. 

Lumbard, John, Rector of Stone 
(1408), 3, 101 ; his brass, 126. 

Lumbard, Peter (1251), 2, 304; Jake- 
min, 9, 293. 

Lumbkin, Stephen, H, 245. 

Lumley, Lord, in Kent, 5, 105. 

Lumnes, Robert, Curate of Challock, 
8, 127. 

Lumsdaine, Rev. Sandys, 4, 53. 

Lunce, William, 18, 403 n, 418, 418 n. 

Lundenysh (Lundenessh), Emma, 18, 
344 ; Roger, T., 4, 70, 72, 74, 79, 
80; Wm., 18, 344. 

Lundisshe, 13, 341. 

Lunet, Robert, 10, 274. 

Lung, Ralph le (1263), 4, 311; Tho- 
mas le (1263), 3, 253. 

Luniberwe (Lonibergh) Hundred, 
11, 367. 

Luns, John, 10, 117. 

Lunsby, Thos., 16, 291, 298; 17, 
78. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Lunsforde, John, 18, 32 ; Robert, ib. ; 
a/ias Olev, ib. 

Lunt, fm„ 14. 95. 

Lupi, Marco, on the parishes of Rome, 
8. 70. 

Lupsett, Rev. Thomas, 13. 426. 

Lupus (Lupi, Lupo), Elizabeth, 11, 
lvii; Joseph, ib.; Matilda (1246), 
2. 294 ; Robert (1246), ib. ; Theo- 
philus, 11, lvii. 

Lurch alias Croft, Ellen, 18, 39. 

Lurdingeden (Lorrenden ?), Stephen 
de (1271), 6, 245. 

Lushenden, Austen, 12. 390. 

Lushington, Robert, 18, 402. 

Lustyn, John, of Dartford, 9, 286. 

Luteriche, John, 11, 36G. 

Luteryngton (or Literyngton), Wil- 
liam de, and Isabella his wife, 15, 
279, 288. 

Luther, Martin, 1, 14; Mr. (16(32), 
17, 34S. 

Lutheran MSS. sent by Wolsey to 
Warham, 1, 17. 

Luton, Roman remains at, 9, 174 ; 
Samian ware at, 17, 154. 

Luton, John de, 11, 341 ; John, of 
Canterbury, 16, 290, 297, 300, 304, 
310, 318 ; 17, 77, 81, 91, 93 ; Jno., 
14. 341; Julyan, 380; Thos., 17, 
77. 

Lutterell, Sir Hugh, 11, 91. 

Luttreworth, 13, 296. 

Ljbaud (see Le Bawd), Joan, widow 
"of William, 10, 146, 150, 157. 

Lybbe, Joan (14(i5), 10, 257. 

Lychuoscope in the church at Dover 
Castle, 5, 18. 

Lycoras, William, annuitant of Dart- 
ford Nunnery, 2, 56. 

Lydd (Ledd, Lede, Lidd, Lide), 12, 
211; 13, 179, 180-5, 192-7, 276, 
324, 332-4, 349, 351-7, 361,365-8; 
14, 83, 128, 132, 164, 166, 177, 
351, 355; 15, 24; 17, 39; 18, 
33, 34, 36, 37 ; extracts from regis- 
ters, 6,260; composition with Now 
Romney, 17, 17, 18, 27, 29; con- 
troversy with the Seven Hundreds 
as to watches at Donge Marsh, 8, 
299; Langport in, 10, lv; StrogeU, 
a butcher of, cxi ; a porpoise, cxi : 
urnilds and lay fraternities, 13, 432 ; 
ohuroh tower of, 177; passion plaj 
at, 222-220; vicarage, 18. 398; 
fines relating to. 13. 300, 303; 14. 
258, 27 1 ; 15, 306, 310; 18. 338. 
Lydd Chubch, 13, 127-456; monu- 
mental brasses and inscriptions, 6, 
262, 263, 20 1 : Vicars, 13, 443; 
wills of parishioners, 449. 



Lydd Records, by H. Stringer (Town 
Clerk), 13, 250-5. 

Lydd (Lede), Tamis, of Staplehurst, 
9, 202. 

Lydden (Ledene, Ledenne, Lidden), 
9, lt>5 ; 12, 214; inventory of 
church goods, 9, 283 ; Court, near 
Sandwich, 10, 201 ; in Worth, 203 ; 
fines of land in, 4, 293 ; H, 343 ; 
15, 295. 

Lvdden, Stephen, son of Henry de, 
11, 321 ; Thomas de, 10, 141. 

Lydle, John de, 10, 117, 127. 

Lye, John a, 14, 319 ; William (1522), 
12,427; (1386), 14, 163. 

Lygo, Mary, 14, 76. 

Lygou, allied to Smjthe, 17, 193. 

Lyle (or Lysle), Richard de, 18, 292. 

Lymare, Sir John de, 3, 246. 

Lymby, AVilliam, of Plumsted, 10, 
289. 

Lyinden, John and Thomas, of Leeds 
Priory, 2, 64. 

Lyme Regis, H, 261, 263. 

Lyminge, the Hardres family, 4, 45 ; 
ceded to the Crown by Archbishop 
Cranmer, 48; granted to Sir An- 
thony Aucher, 48 n ; Norman build- 
ings at Great Woodlands, 123 ; and 
near the rectory, 124; foundations 
of the Camera, 125; an archiepis- 
copal residence from the time of 
Lanfranc, 125 ; 18, 50 ; visit to, 5, 
xxxvii ; early font and coffin-lid, 
331 ; manor, 10, 1; park and min- 
nis, 257 ; the Derings of, 345, 346; 
basilica, 9, 205, 211; 10, ci-ciii ; 
18. 46, 50 ; Archbishop Peckham 
there, 4, 125 ; 18, 50-1. 

Lyminge Church, 10, xli, xlix, I i i - 
Saxon work on Roman foundation, 
3, 31 ; inventory of church goods, 
9, 2S1; church "plate, 16, 333, 334, 
339, 370, 377. 
Lyminge Convent, 10, xlix, liv; 12, 
191 ; 18, 53 ; Duke Oswulfs legacy 
to, 3, 23 ; remains of the foundation 
(a.d. 633), 26; mortar compared 
with that in Dover Castle Church, 
31 ; Abbess Selethrytha, 12, 190, 
191. 

Lyminge, 10, 126 ; 12, 182, 184, 189, 
192, 193, 213, 263-4, 265-7; 13, 
349, 350, 359 ; 14, 366 ; 15, 224-5, 
261,378; 18.20; lines of land in, 
11,327; 15,27.V 
Lymne I Limene, Limpne, Lymj 
9, 60. 214, 283 ; 10, xlv : 11, 370; 
13, 173-7, 180-2, 191-9, 261. 274, 
350; 14, 144; 15, 339; 18, 307; 
not Caesar's landing-place, 1, 101 ; 



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stamped tiles found there. 2, 4 ; in- 
ventory of church goods, 9, 283; 
Vicar of. 10, be ; fines of land in, 
12. 293, 294 ; 13, 291, 313, 317. 

Lx5i>"B, 10, 166 ; on the Soman 
castrum at, 18, 41-5 ; landslip at, 
43 ; castle and church, 430-46 ; 
Ticars of, 443-6 ; visit to, 5, xxxvii. 

Lymoges, Eev. Peter, 16, 122. 

Lymoste. 9, 301 n. 

Lyinsford, Margaret, 11, 156; Tho- 
mas, ib. 

Lvmster, Robert. Churchwarden of 
Ashford, 8, 103. 

Lvmvndenn, John, 2, 125 ; "William, 
'124. 

Lynacre in Beausboro' Hundred, 10, 
"121 ; 12, 208. 

Lynch, family, 15, 380; Ethelreda, 
"14. 388; Rev. George (Cheriton. 
1770-S9), 18, 367, 446; John, T., 
3, 88 ; John, Dean of Canterbury, 
14. 117. 123, 132, 168 i 18. 367': 
Matilda, 14- 197; Ralph. 3- 202; 
Stephen, 14, 197 ; Syniond, 13, 333 ; 
Svmond. of Cranbrook, 11, 400 ; 
Thomas. 18. 37 : Win.. 11, lvii ; Sir 
"Wni., 14, 168. 

Lrudfield. i4- 154. 

Lyndfield. Master Jno. (1424;, 14, 
221. 

Lynethe, Stephen. 14, 195. 

Lynford. Samuel de, 11, 60. 

L; :..-. John. 18, 443. 

Lynn Regis, 15, 251-2 ; ancient walls 
of. built on arches, 2, 69 ; Pilgrim's 
. found at, 13, 113. 

Lynox, see Lenox. 

-v. Roger, a priest at Windham 
College, 2, 61. 
wood, John, 16, 183. 

Lynys. John de. 16, 316. 

Lyon, allied to Godfrey, 6, 261 ; Patri- 
cks, 18. 25. 

Lyons, coins minted at. 15. 324, 326-7, 
329 ; Archbishop of. visits Becket's 
tomb, 13, 509. 

Lyster, Christopher, 14, 296. 

Sir Richard (Chief Justice), 
• SS. collar (1554), 1, 87. 
. Thoma> de, 10, 15(3. 

Lyte, Anthony, 18, 21. 

Lyte alias Smyth. Brisrett. 18, 21. 

Lytekyn, Rosa", 14. 277; Win., ib. 

Lytele, see Litley. 

Lytelyscourt in Iwade, 13, 339. 
t, John, 6, 186. 

Lytherland, Matthew (Woodchurch, 
1402-4 , 14. 355. 

Lytilcote, John (Hackington, ante 
1523;, 2, 161. 
VOL. XIX. 



Lvtle, Richard le, of Grene, 18, 345. 
Lvtterford, Walter (1522), 12. 424. 
Lvtvhvode, Isabel, 17, 78; John, 89, 

'93 ; Nicholas, 79. 
Lvverv, Henrv (1522;. 12. 423. 



M 



Maas family, 15, 372. 

Mabb, John, Mayor of Rochester, 6, 
111 ; Marv. 14. 78. 

Mabelvfeld, 18. 349. 

Mabile, wife of Hamo, 4, 210 », 211 ; 
wife of Robert, son of Hamo of 
Throwley (Thrulega;, 4, 217. 

Maccorne. Rev. David, of Newendeu, 
4, 112. 

Mace for the Corporation of Rochester, 
temp. Eliz., 6, HI. 

Macecarius, Geldewin, ~W., Rochester 
(c. 1240), 2, 230. 

Maces and seal of the town of Ford- 
wich, 18, 91. 

Macheron, Thomas, T., 4, 71. 

Machon, Margeria, 11, 334; Roger 
le, ib. 

Mackaller, Rev. John (1667-99.. 14, 
171, 179-S1. 

Mackeson, Edward, 18, 415; H. B., 
of Hythe, 4, 88 n ; 9, 300 ; on 
Hvthe Churchwardens' Accounts 
(1413;, 10. 242, 244; Henry, 18, 
411, 411 n ; his wife Mary Jane, 
411, 411 n ; Elizabeth his daughter, 
411m; Captain Thomas, 415; his 
widow Mary, 415 ; son Lumsden, 
415 ; William, of Hvthe, and Har- 
riet his wife. 411 n: their children, 
411 n, 412 n.' 

Macklin alias Barger, Angela, 18, 37. 

Mackrell, Mr., 2, xliii. 

Mackwilliam, H, 397. 

MacLachlax. Rev. E.. on Monkton 
Manor and Church, 12, 269-282. 

Maclaine, Donald (Warehorne, 1784', 
4. 102. 

Maclean, The Misses, 15, 121. 

Macmurrough arms, 10, 330. 

Macon, runes found at, 8, 232. 

Macstone, fine (1198), 1, 256. 

Madan, allied to Warde, 16, 136. 

Madden, Sir Fredk., 9, 50. 

Maddies, Thomas, 14, 129. 

Madebroke, Hamo de, 12, 206. 

Mad»vs. Thos., cleric, 10, 323. 

Madus, 15, 68, 74. 

Maesia, war with the Romans, 8, 22. 

Magham, John de, Vicar of Leigh, 14, 
338 

Magili, R. Hawkins, 11, 273. 
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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Magminot, Gilbert, 18, 243. 

Mini, hi Assisa, what, 3, 228, 229. 

Magna Charta, 1, 53 ; 2, 221, 222. 

Magnentias, 15, 44; coins of, 322-4, 
326-9. 

Magnus, Thomas, 16, 48. 

Maunusson, Eiiukk, on Icelandic 
Pilgrims to Canterbury, 13, 404-6. 

Mahun, Alice, 13, 308; John, 308, 
354. 

Malum, Charles, Viscount, 16, 130; 
Lady Emily, 130; Lord, 121. 

Maidstone (Maydcnstanc, Mayden- 
stune, Maydestane, Maydestone, 
Maydestune), 3, 246 ; 12,230; 13, 
12, 169, 367, 558-9 ; 14, 34, 47, 70, 
73,165, L67-8, 239, 312-3; 15, 24, 
cs, 80-1, 88, 92, 123, 129, 169, 192, 
203, 207, 227-8, 377 ; 16, 55, 335 ; 
17, 153-60, 222, 245; 18, 15-40; 
Inaugural Meeting at (1857), 1, 
XXXV j Saxon antiquities at, 44; 
Brown's Survey of, 160 ; its four 
boroughs, 1G1 ; quarries used for 
its buildings, 157 ; claims to be 
Vagniacce, 154 et seq. ; 2, 1 ; 10, 
170; 18, 182; freight thence to 
Rochester, 2, 121 ; T., 3, 74, 77, 79, 
80, 81, 89, 90 ; 4, 72, 75, 78, 84 ; 
Fourth Annual Meeting at, 4, xxxiii ; 
conspiracy to burn the town, T., 72 ; 
old carving in Earl St., 113 ; manor 
surveys, 115 ; extracts from parish 
registers, 5, 233 ; " Gooding," 9, 
79 ; battle and capture of, 42 ; ren- 
tal, 186; Hundred, 10, 150, 161; 
12,223,233; Stone St. and Wyke 
St, 10, 169; gaol, 12, 376; 14, 
367; Meeting at, in 1882, 15, 
xxxvii, xliii ; Brotherhood Hall, 
xxxix ; Palace, ib., xl ; Wyke manor 
house, xxxix; Digons, xl ; Park 
house, 69-70; 17,256; Earl's Place, 
354; Mayor, 354-5, 363; fines of 
lands in, 11, 314, 331, 341, 342 ; 12, 
291, 293, 295, 300, 307, 308; 13, 
290, 292, 296, 315, 317; 14, 241, 
243, 246, 249, 251-2, 259, 2G4-5, 
273, 275 ; 15, 273, 282, 285, 295, 
302-3, 305, 308-9; 18, 338, 339, 
347, 348, 85 1 . 

Maidstone Church, Courtenay's tomb, 
1, 178, 180; Wydville bras"s in, 178; 
John Wotton'8 tomb, 180; Ie<-1 ur<- 
b}' Mr. Beresford Hope, 4, xxxviii ; 
sockets for tapers, HO; History of, 
n-\ lowed, 18, 451. 

Maidstone College, 1, 12; 11, 398; 
12,116; 14,325; 15,231 ; founded 
by Archbishop Courtenay, now 
belonging to Lord Eomney, 1, 11 ; 



list of pensioned incumbents, 2, 61, 
63. 

Maidstone Museum, 4, 33 ; 15, xxxvii, 
79, 80 ; manuscripts and rare books 
in, 11, 189-198. 

Maidstone rag-stone, 2, 114. 

Maidstone, Roman, 1, 154; 2, 143; 
10. 1G3-172; 15,68-80. 

.Maidstone, Alan de (1259), 3, 247; 
Ancelm de (1271), 6, 238 ; Clement, 
as to the burial of Henry IV., 8, 
295; Johanna, 13, 296; John de, 
2, 134; (8 Edw. II.), 13, 296; 
(4 Edw. III.), 18, 347; John de 
(Eastrhmvh, 1352), 14,385; Tho- 
mas de, 13, 29G ; Viscountess, 11, 
228, 229 ; Walter, 13, 296. 

Mail, "banded," 9, 153; of Eastern 
origin, 155-6; Assyrian chain mail, 
154. 

Mainware, of Dartford, John, 9, 296; 
Richard, ib. 

Mainwaring (Manwaryng, Mavnwar- 
ing), Capt, 16, 73 ; Sir Henry, 10, 
cxxiv ; Henry, 14, 298 ; Col. Robert, 
kinsman of Sir Roger Twysdeu, 4, 
188, 189, 193. 

Mainz, sixth century inscription from, 

8, 231, 232. 

Maison Dieu, Dover, see Dover, Domus 

Dei. 
Maister, John, 11, 403. 
Maitland, Dr., Librarian at Lambeth, 

9, 180. 

Majoribanks, James, brass at Cheriton, 
18, 356 ; Stewart Paxton, 356. 

Makehayt, Jno, 14, 2G5 ; Margaret, 
ib. 

Makenade (Makenhauede), Jaket de, 
14, 195, 202; John de, 192, 196, 
202 ; 18, 339 ; Peter de, 13, 302, 
311 ; Stephen de, T, 3, 90 ; Stephen 
de, 14, 197, 202; William de, 2, 
26; 3, 90; 13, 37G ; 14, 198, 202. 

Makepeace, Robert (1803), 17, 308. 

Makerel, Thomas, buys Eairlight stoue 
for Rochester Castle, 2, 121. 

Makesbale, 10, 134. 

Makett, John (Lydd), 13, 433, 449. 

Makyn, Thomas (of Dartford Nun- 
nery), 2, 56. 

Malcolm, John, 17,277; Mary Ann, 
18, 377; Neil, of Poltalloch, ib. 

Maiden, Rev. B. S, Vicar of Sheld- 
wich (1870), 18, 303. 

Maiden, 18, 25. 

Malefornetus, Drogo (Saltwood, 1427), 
18, 128. 

Malemays, Henry, 4, 315. 

Malemy, Thomas (Canterbury, 1251), 
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Malerbe, Richard, W., 5, 207. 

Mulct, Gilbert, dapifer, 10,276 ; Wil- 
liam, 12, 223. 

Maleterre, John (Ewell, 1198), 1, 2G5 ; 
John (38 Hen. III.), 12, 225; 
Walter (1201), 2, 255. 

Maletot and Scot, defined, 17, 1-4. 

Maleville, arms, 10, 330. 

Maleville (Maleuile, Malvyle), Isabella, 
13, 292 ; Johanna, ib. ; John (seal), 
3, 142 ; Philip de, 13, 292. 

Malkin, 9, 104. 

Mallard, John, 18, 26, 30. 

Mallard (Mallerd) alias Wood, Ellen, 
18, 30. 

Mallett, Sir Thomas (a judge, 1642), 

1, 200; sent to the Tower, 203; 
refuses to have the order of Parlia- 
ment against the King's Commission 
of Array read at the Assizes (1642), 

2, 183 ; threatens to adjourn the 
Court, 185. 

Malleverer, Wm., arms, 11, 396. 

Mailing (Maling, Mallinges, Mallyng, 
Mauling), 9, 42 ; 10, 147 ; 13, 394 ; 
15, 190; watch at, 8, 309; Rural 
Dean of, 14, 334; St. Leonard's 
tower built by Gundulf, 18, 273 w; 
ville, 12, 224; fines of lands in, 11, 
335, 351; 13, 307-9; 15, 301; 18, 
341. 

Mailing Abbey, 9, 192, 216; annui- 
tants of, 2, 57 ; Abbess of, 13, 129 ; 
its site, 12, 141. 

Mailing, Chepyng', fine of lands in, 
11, 350. 

Mailing, East, 14, 228 ; inscription in 
church, 4, 255 ; fines relating to, 

11, 324, 332; 12, 302; 14, 242, 
259, 272 ; 15, 290, 305. 

Mailing, South, Canon of, 14, 164; 

Walter de (Vicar of Sheldwich, 

1283), 18, 296. 
Mailing, West, 12, 141, 223; 13, 128, 

309 ; 14, 225 ; 18, 20, 350 ; brief 

for, 14, 222; church flagon, 16, 

343, 377. 
Mailing, Clun de (1271), 6, 238; 

Elisha de (1263), 3, 265 ; Emma de, 

12, 312 ; John de, Vicar of Thorn- 
ham (1385), 18, 244; Peter de 
(1250-1), 2, 302, 303; Simon de, 
10, 271, 273, 275 ; William de, 14, 
334 ; (Prior of Tonbridge), 340. 

Mallory, Sir John, 15, 402. 
Malmains, in Hoo, manor, 10, 148 ; 

heirs of Thomas, 118, 140, 141, 148 ; 

heirs of Thomas, son of John, 121. 
Malmains in Pluckley, manor, 10, 

131. 
Malmains-Alkham cum Hallmead and 



Combe, manor, 10, 130; honour, 
126. 
Malmains (Malemcins, Malesmeins, 
Malmeans, Malmaynes, Malmeynes, 
Maylemeans), 15, 16; arms of, 10, 
330; 15, 16; Aliauora, 13, 301, 
304; Alice, 14, 274; Bertyn, 15, 
26; Edith, 14, 278; Henry, 12, 
208, 209, 210, 213, 214, 215, 219, 
227, 232; 15, 12; Sir Henry 
(1271), 6, 244; (Sheriff of Kent), 
18, 92; John (1246), 2, 294; John 
(20 Edw. III.), 10, 120-2, 131, 140, 
141, 148 ; John (5-6 Edw. II.), 11, 
347, 356; (7 Edw. II.), 12, 290, 
292; (8-9 Edw. II.), 13, 301-4; 
(1307), 15, 26 ; (19 Edw. II.), 300 ; 
Lora, 10, 121, 130 ; Margery, 15, 
26; Matilda, 300; Nicholas (38 
Hen. III.), 12, 236; (8-9 Edw. II.), 

13, 301, 305; (14 Edw. II.), 14, 
274 ; arms of Nicholas, 10, 7, 14 ; 
of Sir Nicholas, 19 ; Richard (1459), 
11, 374 ; (15 Edw. II.), 14, 278 ; 
Robert (6 Edw. II.), 11, 352; (7 
Edw. II.), 12, 300; (12 Edw. II.), 

14, 254 ; Roger (38 Hen. III.), 12, 
200, 201 ; (8 Edw. II.), 13, 301. 

Malmestorp, Robert, 10, 223. 
Malston, Sir Geoffrey, 4, 226, 228, 230, 

233. 
Maltby, Rev. Thomas, 13, 466. 
Maltinakier, Agnes, 13, 300 ; Robert 

le, ib. 
Maltmelnere, 6, 234 and n. 
Maltravers, arms of, 13, 142 ; Sir 

John, 15, 2 ; Lady, 11, 239, 240, 

272; 12, 78; Lord, 11, 237, 239, 

240,272; (1626), 12, 56; Matilda, 

15,2. 
Malvesy wine, 9, 229. 
Malyn, John, 12, 378, 379, 394; 

Robert, of Guston, 7, 287 ; Thomas, 

18, 434. 
Malysone, Richard (1573), 17, 131. 
Mamas, John, 16, 194. 
Maminot, 1, 7; honour of, 12,208; 

family, 15, 7 ; Walkelin de, 5, 196 ; 

6, 197-8; grants Selketinsele to St. 

Eertin's Abbey, 198. 
Mammoth (Elephas primigenius), 

bones found at Chartham, 4, 41. 
Man, Hamo, a setter-mason, 2, 123 ; 

John (1504), 16, 317; Richard, 

labourer, 2, 127 ; Thomas (1260), 

3, 250, 251 ; William, 18, 102. 
MaviaKcu, collars of the Gauls, 9, 3. 
Manasses of Hastings, W., 4, 213. 
Manby, John, 13, 340; Laurence, 10, 

237; 12, 424; 18, 112; Mayor of 

Faversham, 11, 400 ; Mr. (a solici- 
N 2 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIIT. 



tor), 18. 124 ; Simon dc (1219), 2, 
316. 

Manchester, Earl of, H, 258. 

Mancus with Runic legend, 8, 263. 

Mandesere, John, 13,411. 

Mandcville. Amald de, 10, 153 ; Geof- 
i'revde, Earl of Essex and Glom , 
3, 142 ; Geoffrey de (20 Edw. III.), 
10. 143 ; William de, Earl of Essex, 
and Hawise bis wife, 10, 274. 

Manekyn, Alice, 10, 122 ; Stephen, 
122 ; 12, 209. 

Maneretti, 4, 315, 320. 

Maneys of Eiddenden, 14, 49. 

Manfield, Gilbert, citizen of London 
(1384), 2, 26. 

Manger, Mary, 18, 102 ; Richard, 
Churchwarden of Acrise, 8, 107. 

Manglesdenn, John de, 18, 338. 

Manioun, Feraudus, 18, 343; Mar- 
garet, 343. 

Mankesey (Manekesey), Robert de, 5, 
221 ; probably identical with Robert 
de Gatton, 216 n. 

Manley, John, 4, 245; Major R. 
(1669), 17, 385-8; Richard, 11, 
271. 

Mann, Sir Christopher, 13, 372 ; 18, 
402 n ; Frances his wife, 402 n ; 
George, 13, 372; Sir Horace, 9, 
xciii ; Lady Jemima, 15, 151 ; John, 
13, 336; Lady Julia, 15, 151; 
Robert, 14, 376; William, 13,372; 
Sir William, 9, 33 n, 35 », 38 m ; 10, 
218; 13, 372; 14, 381; 18, 402; 
his son William, 402. 

Mannering, Edward, 18, 32 ; George, 
ib. 

Manners, Grace, Ladv, 11, 207 ; Lau- 
rence (1522), 12, 424. 

Manners-Sutton, Archbishop, 9, 178, 
179. 

Manning, pedigree, 6, 270; grant of 
arms, 271 ; quarterings, 272, 276; 
extracts from parish registers, 273 ; 
inscriptions, 275; Betty, 18. 135; 
Edward, 15, 152, 197, 200, 216, 404 ; 
17, 321, 324, 327, 329, 334, 336, 
839, 345, 350; 18, 162, 1G8 ; Eliza- 
beth, 15, 152, 212, 216, 404; John 
(1455), 18, 247; Mr., 16, 241-8, 
250-5,257; 18,115,118, 119, L22, 
123, 127, 139, 141, 146, 150, 151, 
162,168; .Mrs., 16, 215,252,256; 
17. 325, 828, 336, 344, 34H, 352; 
R., 18, 128; J. Master's • Bister,' 1 
ill; Tobye, 15. 167, 176, 192; 
Richard, brass (1605), 11, 66; Rev. 
Richard, 13- 412. 

M: oingham, John, diary of, 11,5, 
6,9. 



Mannooch, allied to Bering, 10, 334, 

342. 
Mannors, Ladv, 11, 243. 
Manny, Sir Walter de, 10. 139. 
Mannyng, Master Richard (1441), 13, 

426'; William, of St. Mary Cray, 

10, 295 ; see Manning. 

Mans, le, the residence of Ingoberga, 

3,20. 
Mansel, Madame, of Ickham, 14, 118 ; 

Sir Robert, 3, 146 ; 6, 56, 58 ; 10, 

exxi, exxii ; Thomas, of Dover, 7, 

287. 
Mansfield, Earl of, 16, 121 ; William 

Murray, first Earl of, 5, 31. 
Mansfield (Mannsfelde), Thos., of 

Dover, 11, 401. 
Mansion, Colard, an early printer, 6, 

47. 
Manston, 12, 366, 376 ; T., 3, 73 ; 

Court, 12, 176, 185, 376; chancel 

in St. Laurence Church, Thanet, 

371. 
Manston, Cecilia de, 12, 366 ; Gervase 

de, 366 ; James, ib. ; John (arms), 

11, 397; Juliana, 12, 176, 371; 
Luke, 366; Margaret de, 15,289; 
Nicholas (brass in St. Lawrence 
Church, Thanet, with SS. collar, 
1444), 1, 74, 88; 12, 176, 371 ; 
Pauliuus, 366 ; Roger, 377 ; AVil- 
liam, 10, 254 ; 12, 377, 378. 

Mantel (Mantell), John, 14, 55 ; Tho- 
mas, of Chilham, 18, 90; Walter, 
4, 221; 11, 143; Sir Walter, 14, 
367 ; William, 50. 

Mantes (Madunt),4, 129. 

Manton, Dr., 15, 247 ; Richard de 
(servant of Queen Margaret), 6, 
45. 

Manuscripts and rare books in Maid- 
stone Museum, 11, 189-198. 

Manwayring, see Mainwaring. 

Manwood, arms, 3, 143 ; Anne, 16, 
108; Elizabeth, 15, 404; Master, 
13,477: Mr., 17, 227; -Mrs. John 
or Thomas, 16, 58, 59; Sir Peter, 
10, 209; 16, 60, 108, 381; Ro 
183, 185, 188; Sir Roger's monu- 
ment at Hackington, with SS. collar, 

1, 74; Sir Roger, 5, 29; 9, 190; 
10, 198-203 : 12. 391 ; 16, 59, 60, 
61, 183; 17, 169, 171, 212, 216, 
238-40 ; 18, 2(5; Roger bis nephew, 
15, 404; 16, 183, 188. 

Mapelderesfeld, fine of rent in (1201), 

2, 258 ; Reginald de, ib. 
Mapet, William, 10, 27'.'. 
Mapisden, James, of Bircholt, 8, 108. 
Maplehursl in Stapleburst, 9, 193. 
Maplescombe (Mapeleseouipe, Mapelis- 



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compe), 10, 151, 191, 193, 195; 
manor (c. 1185), 2, 30 ; engraved 
chalice in the chapel, 8, 88 ; inven- 
tory of parish church goods (1552), 
10, 282 ; fines of lands in, 11, 326 ; 
13, 317 ; 14, 262 ; 18, 342. 
Maplescourt, rent-charge on, 6, 89. 
Maplesden, Jarvis, 17^ 374, 389; Mr. 
(Rochester), 2, 83; William de 
(1251), 306. 
Mar, John Erskine, Earl of, at Roches- 
ter, 6, 58. 
Marbais, Marie de, 15, 35. 
Marc', William de la, 14, 328. 
Marcelly, Rev. John, 13, 42-1. 
March, the family badge was a white 

lion, temp. Edw. IV., 1, 84. 
March, Earl of (1379), 11, 76 ; (1455), 
103; (1620), 226, 228; (1660-72), 
264 ; Edmund, Earl of, 16, 42, 43 ; 
Edward, Earl of (1461), 17, 21. 
March, Rev. Richard, of Newchurch, 
13, 466 ; Robert (1522), 12, 422 ; 
Roger, 16, 183, 188; Series (of 
Deal Castle), 10, xcii ; Thos., of 
Lyminge, 9, 284. 
Marchale, Matilda dc, 12, 290. 
Marchall, John (will, 1488), 18, 325 
and n ; Richard, Vicar of Sheldwich 
(1407), 18, 296; William, 2, 120. 
Marchant, John, a servant at Minster 
Priory, Shepey, 7, 305 ; John, sells 
ox-hide for a pair of bellows, Roches- 
ter Castle, 2, 120 ; John, of Birling 
(1433), 10, 321 ; William, ib. 
Marchmen or Northmen, 8, 257. 
Marci, see Marti. 

Marcovefa, married Charibert, 3, 21. 
Mardale (PMerdale), Geoffrey de 

(Rainham, 1254), 3, 243. 
Marden (Mereden, Merdenne), 12, 
221 ; 13, 130 ; 14, 239, 296, 323-4 ; 
18, 21, 24, 25, 28, 35 ; T., 4, 72, 80 ; 
bronze relics at, 5, 41 ; extracts 
from parish registers, 6, 279 ; fines 
of lands in, 12, 302; 13, 311, 320. 
Marden Church, Herefordshire (effigy 
of Dame Margaret Chute), 18, 
61m. 
Mare, Gilbert and Daniel de la (Far- 

leigh, 1263), 3, 254. 
Maresden, Peter, 3, 179. 
Mareys (Mares), arms, 18, 291 ; Alicia, 
12, 232; Joanna, 18, 290, 291; 
John, Vicar of Waltham, T., 3, 94 ; 
John de (20 Edw. III.), 10, 137, 
158; (2 Edw. II.), 11, 323; (38 
Hen. III.), 12, 231,236,237; John 
de la, 235; John, 18, 290; Mar- 
garet, 14, 246 ; Margery, T., 3, 95 ; 
Richard de, 14, 246; Simon de 



(20 Edw. III.), 10, 141; (38 
lien. III.), 12, 232 ; William do 
(1201), 2, 258; (of Preston), 7, 234; 
(a gentil of Kent), 11, 397; (38 
Hen. III.), 12, 236 ; William, 18, 
290, 290 n, 291. 

Marfeild, 14, 231. 

Margant, Thomas, 16, 86. 

Margaret of Anjou, 11, 361 ; at Can- 
terbury, 13, 515. 

Margaret of France (Queen of Edw. I.), 
makes an offering at Chatham, 6, 
45 ; Leeds Castle granted to, 7, 339 ; 
party to a fine (4 Edw. II.), 11, 
341. 

Margaret of York visits Rochester, 6, 
47. 

Margaret, wife of Henry de Insula, 4, 
212, 213. 

Margate (Mergate), 10, cxxv ; 11, 
297; 12, xxxviii-xl, 43, 330; 18, 
21 ; derivation, 9, 78 ; a cave near, 
11, 126 ; chaplain and sacristan of 
St. John's, 12, 375. 

Mai'i, John de, 10, cxxxvii. 

Maridumum (Carmarthen), 18, 178. 

Marie de Medicis, Queen, 12, 58, 
82. 

Marige (?), see Harige. 

Mariner, Leonard le (1253), 3, 243. 

Marines (Marynes), family of De, 15, 
11 ; Aberic de, grantee of K. John, 
in Trianstone, 2, 307 ; Sir Alberic 
de, 15, 11; Albricus de (1219), 2, 
315 ; Joan de, 10, 127 ; John do, 
ib. ; Nicholas de, 12, 212 ; heirs of 
Roger de, 10, 124 ; heirs of Thomas 
de, 124, 127; Thos. de, 12, 214; 
arms of Thomas de, 15, 7, 12. 

Mariscall, Osbert, de Hamton, and 
Erininilda his wife, 10, 271, 273, 
275 ; Walter their son, 275 ; Ralph 
(1260), 3, 250. 

Marisco, Dunstan de, Rector of Elmele 
(1326), 10, 52; Geffry de (Dart- 
ford, 1253), 2, 312; Giles de, of 
Dartford, 9, 290 ; Hamo de (1254), 
3, 243; Joceus de (1260), 249; 
John de, 12, 224; Joses de (1253), 
2, 312 ; Stonhord de (1250), 300. 

Maritagium (1198), 1,257; explained, 
2, 37, 314. 

Markant, Thomas, Rector of Hever, 
18, 385. 

Markby, John (1476), 13, 472. 
Markeday, John, 11, 351. 
Markeham, Henry (Saltwood, 1540), 

18, 429. 
Marker, Bartholomew, 15, 284 ; 
Cecilia, ib. 

Markes, John (1522), 12, 425. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Markeshale, Roger de, 13, 356; his 
hind in Suthene (1250), 2, 301. 

Markestede, Fulk de, 12. 229. 

Markestoune, Avicia, 15, 280; God- 
frey de, ib. ; William de, ib. 

Markets and fairs granted, see Fairs. 

Markley, Edward, 14, 341. 

Marlar, Blanche, 18, 3-4 ; monument 
in Crayford Church, 328 ; George, 
34; Wm. il 164), 14, 33. 

Marlborough, 15, 182-3. 

Marler, George, and Elizabeth his 
wife, 18, 330; Eichard de (1271), 
6, 244; Wm. (1522), 12, 421. 

Marleward, Eobert (1271), 6. 244. 

Marley, 13, 323, 328; Court manor, 
10, 142; Lord Wootton of, 14, 78. 

Marley, George, 12, 388, 389. 

Marloe, John, Alderman of Eochester 
(1667), 18, 214. 

Marmon, Wm., 12, 237. 

Marney, Sir Henry, 16, 47. 

Marny, Johanna, 14, 269 ; John de, 
ib. 

Marosk, battle on the Eiver, 8, 22. 

Marre, Eobert, Vicar of Elham, 10, 
55. 

Marriage at early age among Anglo- 
Saxons, 8, 44 ; instances of unequal, 
5, 95, 96 ; married clergymen (1314), 
12, 289; see Maritagium. 

Marriott, Mrs., 5. 103 ». 

Mars', Alice, 11, 340; John, ib. 

Marselly, John (Saltwood, 1365), 18, 
426. 

Marsh, the, in Aylesford, 5, 271. 

Marsh, Alice, of Brookland, widow, 13, 
485; Anne, 18, 20; Eev. E.G., 17, 
256; Gabriel, 10, xc ; George, 18, 
26; James, 16, 220; Nicholas (pb. 
1636), 13, 485 ; Eev. Eichard, 15, 
360; Robert (1554), 14, 130. 

Marsh of Angmering, Sussex, 17, 62. 

Marshal] (Marchall, Maresoal, Mares- 
chal), arms 10. 330; Adam (1253), 
2, 325; Adam le, 14. 273; Eliza- 
beth, 18, 32 ; George. 12. 427 ; 18, 
21; James (1270), 5, 300; Joan, 
15, 297; Johanna, 11. 342; 14, 
197, 198, 277; John, Churchwarden 
of Farnborough, 8, 99; John, 9, 
297 ; 12, 307, 12:5 ; 14, 216, 273, 
277; 15, 297, 390; John, founder 
of Draper's Chapel in Crayford 
Church, 18. 32 1-6 ; Katherine, 22; 
Lambert, of Dartford, 9, 2 ( .i">; Mar- 
ia, 14. 27:'.; .Matilda do. 12, 
290, 305; Nicholas le (1254), 3, 
243; Reginald le, 12, 306; Richard, 
10, 295 ; 11, 312 : 12- 427 ; Robert 
le (1251), 2, 303; 11, 382; 12, 



21, 426; 13, 302; 15, 267; Eev. 
Eobert, 13, 426, 486; Simon, 18, 
22; Stephen, 12. 306; Thomas, 10, 
285; 11, 383; Walter, 10, 223, 
225-7, 230; 14, 186-9, 190, 194-5, 
198; Walter le, 13, 86; Wm., of 
Dartford, 9, 296 ; W T m. (1469), 10, 
lxi ; William, of Newington next 
Hythe, 285 ; Wm., of Faversham, 
11. 400 ; Wm. lc, 13, 85, 294 ; 15, 
391 ; William, Earl of Pembroke, 
10. 259, 274; Rev. Wm., endowed 
Tenterden Grammar School (temp. 
Hen. VIII.), 14. 55; Parson of 
Mersham, 16. 177; Wm., Vicar of 
Aldington (1279), 18,244; Mr. (Sir 
Gilbert Scott's clerk of the works), 
on the Castle Church, Dover, 5, 13 ; 
on certain stone found there, 9 n ; 
14, 114, 172. 

Marshall alias Chambers, 18, 21. 

Marsham, Rev. J. J., 11, xxxviii ; Sir 
John (1663), 17, 173; Lady, 5, 92, 
94, 101 ; Sir Robert, 5, 92 and n ; 
his daughters Lady Bridges and Lady 
Palmer, 93 and n. 

Marshborough Stream near Rich- 
borough, 8, 13. 

Marshe, John, of Elham, 8, 116; 
John, 18, 29. 

Marshfield in Monmouth, 13, 479. 

Marshes in Selling, 18, 292. 

Marsilius, a monk of St. Bertin, 4, 
210. 

Marston near Gravesend, 13, 115 ; 18, 
39. 

Marston, J., 11, 392-3. 

Mart', William, 10, 272. 

Marte, Walter, 15, 362 ; William, ib. 

Martel, 2, 130; Lady Margeria, 10, 
125; Eichard, 12, 233 ; Eoger, 10. 
274; Walter, W., 6, 203; see Ham- 
mers. 

Marten, Edmund, of New Romney, 
13,475; Edward, 18,221; Maria, 
22 ; Percival, 22. 

Martharb, Rev. John (1132). 13, 478. 

.Marti (Marci?),Elade (1202), 2, 268; 
Robert de, Egerton, 4, 301. 

Martin (? husband of Alice Shrynke- 
ly»ge), 10, 120. 

Martin, allied to Derm- 10. 339; 
arms of, 14, 154; Alice, 11, 401; 
Rev. David, 14. 93; Denny, 15, 
151 ; Dr., on Virgil, 9, 65 ; Sir 
Henry, 15, 394 ; John (temp. lien. 
VII.)', 11, 395; John, 12. 389; of 
Sandwich, 16. L83-C, 188, 191, L94, 
L95 ; Lady, 11, 248 ; Lawrenc 
St., 16, 226; Mary, 14, 388; Mi- 
ter, 16, 317; Myles, 194, 1 



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Nicholas (1412), 10, 247 ; Richard, 
11,395; (1450), 14, 153-4; (1552), 
305; Bishop Richard (1492), 128; 
Richard, of Canterbury, 16, 290, 
294, 295, 296; Robert, 11, 399; 
T (Strood), 4, 304; Thomas, 

14, 154 ; of Sandwich, 16, 194, 195 ; 
Rev. Thomas, Vicar of Stone, 14, 
100; Wm, Churchwarden of St. 
Margaret's, Canterbury, 8, 120 ; 
William, 17, 104, 107 ; W., 88. 

Maktin, C. Wykeham, on William 
of Wykeham's letter, 1, 66 ; on a 
wooden battle-axe and dagger at 
Hollingbourn, 5, 45 ; speculations 
on their age, 51 ; General Philip, 

15, 149; see Wykeham-Martin ; 
Mr., of Allen's Farm, Plaxtol, 2, 
234 ; see Martyn. 

Martinsart, Gilu de, W., 6, 216. 

Marton, Anna, 18, 40 ; John, ib. ; 
John de, 15, 291. 

Martyn, Adam, 15, 292; Anne, 18, 
387 ; Benedict, 112 ; Dionisia, 2, 36, 
37; Gilbert, 15, 308-9; John, a 
judge, 5, 27; John, 7, 235; 12, 
274; 13, 305; 15, 286, 292; 18, 
112, 387; Dame Kateryn, 109, 112; 
Richard (1437), 10, 187; Richard, 
318; 18, 106, 112, 387; Rev. 
Richard (1474), 13, 445, 487; 
Robert (1469), 10, 190; Thomas 
( North wode descent), 2, 36, 37; 
Thomas, a monk of St. Radegund's, 
14, 142 ; Thomas, of Edenbridge, 
18, 387, 445; William, 10, 126, 
141; 12, 226; 14, 242; 18, 93; 
Wm., Mayor of Fordwich (1501), 
87 ; see Martin. 

Martyn's salary priest (Dartford), 18, 
387. 

Martyrs' Field, Ashford, 16, 171. 

Marvel, Andrew, 11, 295. 

Mary, Queen, 14, 10, 11, 13, 26; 
accession of, 5, 27, 68 and n ; her 
responsibility for parish church 
goods seized by King Edward's Com- 
missioners, 14, 313-325. 

Mary, daughter of Edward I., 13, 89. 

Mary, Queen of Scots, portraits of, 11, 
175, 176, 180, 181. 

Maryner, Edward, cleric, 10, 323. 

Maryner, William, masses for, in St. 
Dunstan's, Canterbury, ordered by 
John Roper (1523), 2, 162. 

Mas, Richard, 14, 192. 

Mascal, manor, 10, 150 ; 13, 127, 139, 
372; Mascals Pound, 139; Mount, 
17, 275-6. 

Mascal, John, son of John and Mar- 
garet, 13, 475. 



Masoatl, allied to Dering, 10, 335 ; 13, 

438. 
Maser, 7, 296 n. 
Maserer, Margeria, 15, 290; Walter, 

ib. 
Masham, John, Vicar of Thornham 

(1433), 18, 244. 
Maskalls Heath, 13, 140. 
Mason of Broomfield, 18, 251. 
Mason, Austen (1566), 17, 122; 

Frances, 11, 244; John, 10, 55, 

66; 12, 425; 18, 443; Lodovick, 

11, 244; Mary, 18, 34; Patrick, 
ib. ; Rev , 11, 245 ; Reynold, 

12, 427 ; Robert, 425 ; Rev. T., 13, 
486 ; Thomas, 12, 425 ; Rev. AVm., 
9, 269. 

Mason's Grove, Linsted, 13, 341. 

Masons' wages at Rochester Castle 
(1367), 2, 122, 123. 

Massam, John, Vicar of Aldington 
(1431), 18, 245. 

Masse, William, Vicar of Thornham- 
cum-Aldington (1506), 18, 248. 

Masses, list of, named in John Roper's 
will (1523), 2, 162. 

Massingberde, Sir Thomas, and his SS. 
collar in Gunby Church (1405), 1, 
82. 

Massyngham, Nicholas de, 2, 36, 37. 

Mastard, Thomas, of Feversham, 18, 
27. 

Master, Expense-book of James, a.d. 
1646-76 (edited by Canon Scott 
Robertson), 15, 152-216; 16, 241- 
59 ; 17, 321-52, 390 ; 18, 114-156 ; 
his life (1647-55), 157-168. 

Master, allied to Dering, 10, 345 ; arms 
and pedigrees, 4, 259, 266 ; 5, 238 ; 
15, 404; Audrey, 18, 161; Sir 
Edward, 15, 152, 169; 18, 157, 
161 ; Elizabeth, 15, 152, 188, 204, 
210 ; (James's brother) Francis, 18, 
117, 122 ; Martha, 148 n ; "Cousin " 
M., 17, 334,341, 343,347 ; 18, 115, 
123, 124, 134, 136, 138, 155, 156 ; 
Nathaniel, 15, 152-3 ; Richard, 169, 
204, 209, 212, 215; 16, 243, 246, 
248, 252, 256; 18, 157, 165; Wil- 
liam Daniel, 148 » ; Edward, 66 ; 
Sir Edward, 402 n ; Frances, 402 n ; 
Rev. Gilbert C, of Thornham, 250 ; 
James, 5, 109 »; 16, 185, 188; 
Mrs., ib. ; Richard and Streynsham, 
ib. ; Rev. Richard, 8, 101 ; Robert, 
14, 299, 301 ; Thomas, of East Bar- 
ham (1349), 18, 385. 

Master Homer of Canterbury, 13, 
118-9, 120-1 ; see Meister Homers. 

Masters, allied to Hall, 6, 254 ; Agnes, 
18, 21, 37; Alice, 209, 215, 216; 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Sir Edward, Member of Parliament 
for Canterbury (1642), 2, 182 ; 9, 
33 n; Richard, 18, 209, 215; bis 
will, 221; Thomas, 21; William, 
37. 

Maszun, Ricbard le, W., 5, 208. 

Mataras, Cbristopber, Parson of East- 
well, 8, 144. 

Matcbin, Rev. Stephen, 13, 427. 

Matebed, Rev. John, 13, 384. 

Matfield, 13, 129. 

Matheu, Alice, 11, 340; John, ib. 

Mathew and his five brothers (1197), 
1, 242. 

Mathew, Brian, 16, 125; Elizabeth, 
18, 32; Jane, 16, 125; Rev. John, 
Curate of Ruckinge, 10,294 ; John, 
12, 425; Ralph, 10, 134 j Richard, 
of Dartford, 9, 291; R. (1526), 17, 
88; Richard, 18, 32; William, of 
Canterbury, 16, 290, 294. 

Mathewe, Alice, 18, 214; Richard, 
Churchwarden of Bromley, 8, 112 ; 
Thomas, 18, 214 ; Walter, of Mers- 
ham, T., 3, 84. 

Mathews, James, 11, 304; Mr. (Cow- 
den, 1599), 392. 

Mathildeland (Maktildesland). held of 
Dartford manor (1253), 2, 312 ; 3, 
249. 

Matilda, wife of Hamo, joins in grant- 
ing Throwley to St. Bertin's, 4, 210 
and n. 

Matlock, a small urn from, 9, 24. 

Matson, 13, 395, 397. 

Mattheu, John, of Tenrygge, 18, 352. 

Matthew, John son of, Dartford, 9, 
293. 

Matthewe, Hugh, 18, 23 ; see Ap 
Mathew. 

Mattocks, iron, Rochester Castle 
(1367), 2, 129. 

Mauclerc, Hugh, 6, 42. 

Maud, the Empress, 5, 23. 

Mauduit, William. 11, 367. 

Mauekeswelle, de, 3, 261. 

Maufe, Richard, a trustee of Sir 
Nicholas de Loveyne, 1, 129. 

Maundeby, Rev. William, 13, 384. 

Maundy, Anne (1657-69), 14, 231 -234 ; 
Edward, 234 ; Gyles, 233-4 ; Henry, 
of Sundridge, 230-1. 

Mauneedenn, William do, a juror 
(1263), 3. 253. 

Maunger, Ralph, 11, 328. 

Maunsell, John, the pluralist, provost 
of Beverley, 13. 200; 14, 45-6. 

Maur, Mr. (1650), 17- 371. 

Mauregge, ancient name of Capel-le- 
Perne, 10, lv. 

Maurice the baker, W., 6, 208. 



Maurice, Rev. Dr. Henry, 16, 124. 

Mauritius, coin of, from grave at Sarre, 
3 38 

Maw, Capt., 18, 293 ; Sarah A., ib. 

Mawdsley, James, 18, 212. 

Mawndye, John, 18, 16 ; Ricbard, 
ib. 

Maximilian, Duke of Austria, 6, 47. 

Maximilian I., adventures of, 9, 1. 

Maxted, the name, 9, 116. 

Maxton, 12, 209 ; alias Maxton Court, 
manor, 10, 122. 

Maxtyd, Henry, 8, 134. 

-May, 15, 17 ; Alice, 18, 442 ; Anthony, 
Mayor of Fordwich (1575, 1585, 
1636), 18. 88, 100 ; George, of Can- 
terbury, 17, 136-9; Henry, 15, 
119, 124, 126; John, T., 3, 83; 
John, 11, 396; of Canterbury, 16, 
317 ; 17, 92 ; Mr., 18, 101 bis; Ralph, 
W., 5, 217; Richard, 12, 389; 
Stephen, Mayor of Fordwich (1537), 
18, 87 ; Stephen, of Lvmue, 442 ; 
Thomas (1732), 2, 93 ; of Combwell, 

11, 403 ; Thomas, 18, 90 ; William, 
of Sandwich, 16, 198, 201, 203, 204; 
of Canterbury, 17, 113, 114. 

Maycot (Maycote, Maycok), Anthony, 
of Reculver, 18, 89 ;'Sir Cavalier. 12, 
253 ; Robert (1523), 2, 155 ; Robert, 

12. 420-1, 424; Walter, 125. 
Mayoott, Bennett, 13, 330; John, 18, 

95 ; William, 13, 329, 330 ; Wil- 
liam, Mayor of Fordwich (1499), 18, 
87, 89. 

Mayde, Thomas, 14, 192. 

Maydwell, Rev. John, 16, 87. 

Maye, George, a church goods com- 
missioner (1552), 8, 86 ; George, 
14, 316, 318; John, churchwarden 
of Cudham, 8, 134; Martin, of 
Maplescombe, 10, 282. 

Maye alias Nevell, Anne, 18, 17. 

Mayer, Joseph, 15, 372. 

Mayer, Mr., Chairman of the Parlia- 
ments Committee at Goldsmiths' 
Hall, 4, 187, 194; Mr. (1695), 18, 
102. 

Mayern, Sir Theodore, 11, 243. 

Mavfield archiepiscopal palace, 4, 63 ; 
10, 262. 

Mayham (Mayhamme, Meyham, Mey- 
hamme), in Rolvenden, 12, 211; 
Magna, manor of, 10, 140; Little, 
alius Lowdon, alias Lovedam, ib, ; 
14, 50. 

Mayham, Domina de, 12,211; Hele- 
wysia de, 221, 223 ; Orabiliade, 10, 
141, 142 ; Robert de (1251), 2, 306. 

Maybew, Thomas (1469), 10, 191. 

.Wivkin, T., his will (Stone), 3, 105. 



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Maykyn, John, a carter, 2, 126 ; 
Simon, labourer, 127. 

Maylams, memorials in Warehorne 
ohurchyard, 4, 105 n. 

Maynard, Agnes, 13,294; John, ib. ; 
John (3 Edw. III.), 18, 343. 

Maynard, John, Mayor of Fordwieh 
(1292), 18, 82, 87 ; probable founder 
of Maynard's Hospital (1317), 89; 
Mrs., marriage of, 5, 91 ; its un- 
happy result, 94 ; Serjeant, 4, 185 ; 
Wm., second Lord, 11, 253. 

Maynard's Spyttell, see Canterbury. 

Mayne, Anne, 18, 19, 27; John 
(1463), 10, 252 ; Mr., 17, 228; Sir 
Richard, 9, 198; Walter, 18, 19. 

Mayney, John, 9, 198 ; John, of Bid- 
denden, 11, 400 ; John, 18, 27, 29 ; 
Sir John, 9, 38 n, 42 ; Sir John, of 
Linton, commands Royalists at 
Maidstone, 2, 186, 187 ; Walter, 9, 
198J; 11, 403; alias Windsor, 
Anne, 18, 29. 

Maypole (or shaft), 17, 142-3 ; fund 
or stock for, at St. Dunstau's, Can- 
terbury, 80-2, 86 et seq. 

Mays, family, 18, 90. 

Mayster Homers, Canterbury, 7, 96, 
97, 99 ; see Meister Homers. 

Mayster, John, Alderman of Pavers - 
ham Hundred, T., 3, 92 ; William, 
T., 4, 71. 

Maysterson, Benjamin, 18, 31 ; Ed- 
mund, ib. 

May ton, Robert, 17, 77, 82, 84. 

Mead, Charles, Mayor of Fordwieh 
(1834-48), 18, 89 ; Thomas, 102. 

Meadhurst (Meadherst, Medhurst), 
Anne, 18, 34; Edward, 33; Eliza- 
beth, 33 ; Margaret, 34 ; Polito de, 
W., 6, 210 ; Susan, 18, 34. 

Meadehurste alias Blundell, Johan, 
18, 34. 

Meadows, Mr., 18, 192. 

Mealde, Simon de, 10, 270 ; Godfridus 
his son, 270. 

Mearcsfiete, Thanet, 12, 3, 339. 

Mears and Stainbank (bell-founders), 
14, 101 ; 18, 392. 

Measurement of land, 3, 227, ». 

Meauling, see Mailing. 

Mede, John a, will (1454), 13, 472 ; 
Richard, 95. 

Medellton, Dan (1569), 17, 126, 127. 

Mede's, John le, will (1430), 17, 21. 

Medgavel-Rent, Dartford Manor 
(1253), 2, 312. 

Medgett, John, Mayor of Folkestone, 
10, lxxxiii. 

Medmenham, William, of Manston 
(steward of various manors), his 



house at Canterbury, T., 3, 67, 72, 

73, 76 bis ; 12, 375-G. 
Med way, the, 9, 113, 114; fishery 

(1196), 1, 235; golden armillio 

found in, 5, 41. 
Megre, A^nes la, 11, 339 ; Rev. John 

le, 13, 444. 
Meguuinespaeth, 13, 349. 
Mehamme, see May ham. 
Meisi, Richard de, W., 5, 207. _ 
Meister Homers, in the Precincts at 

Canterbury, 7, 96, 97, 99 ; 13, 116- 

21. 
Melborn (Melburn), Geoffrey de, 11, 

336 ; Matilda, 336 ; Rev. Thos. de, 

13, 464 ; Rev. William de, ib. 
Meier, Rate, 17, 123. 
Melewell, 1, 5. 
Melford, John de, 10, 146, 147 ; 14, 

338 ; 18, 342 ; Katherine de, 342. 
Melle, Nicholas atte, a carter, 2, 126. 
Melleland, Lenham, 13, 340. 
Meller, David, labourer, 2, 127 ; 

Gregory, labourer, 126. 
Mellere, Adam le, 15, 297 ; Agnes, 

285 ; Celestria, 11, 350 ; Henry le, 

13, 320 ; John, of Barham, T., 3, 

88 ; John, of Kingston, T., ib. ; John, 

3, 201 ; 15, 285 ; John le, 11, 350 ; 

Robert, 15, 386-7 ; Robert le, 285 ; 

Stephen le, 14, 188. 
Mellers, Robert, 15, 386, 387. 
Mellitus, Bp. of London (a.d. 604), 18, 

263. 
Mellow, William, 18, 26. 
Melsted, Edward, 16, 86. 
Memory, limit of Legal, 1, 276. 
Mendam, John, 15, 333. 
Mendes, Moses (allied to Head), 14, 

117. 
Mendicant Orders suppressed, 13, 94. 
Mendon, Robt. (1436), 14, 178. 
Menebroks, 15, 361. 
Menefeld, John, senr., T., 3, 89; 

Thos., ib. 
Menes, Mathew, 16, 183. 
Menesse, Eadwyn de (1261), 3, 250. 
Meugel, arms, 18, 390 n; Elizabeth, 

390. 
Menil, Sir Walter, of Jaques Court, 

Lydd, 13, 430. 
Mennes, Col. Andrew (1654), 5, 113. 
Mennys, Mr., Prebendary of Canter- 
bury, 7, 97, 194. 
Mensio, W., 6, 216. 
Menstre, see Minster. 
Mentz, Synod of (a.d. 1261), com- 
plains of the poverty of the secular 

clergy, 8, 61. 
Menyl, Michael, Walter, and Thomas 

de, 13, 430 ; see Menil. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Meopham (Mepham), 10. 316 ; 12, 

223 ; 14, 239 ; 15, 11 ; 18, 30, 38, 

39 ; extracts from the parish register 
of, 4, 254 ; Saxon will dated at, 9, 
10 ; Parliamentary army at, 42 ; 
church, 10, 317 ; Vicar (1451), 317 ; 
fair, 15, 375 : tines relating to, 11, 
324 ; 15, 290, 294. 

Meopham (Mepeham, Mepham), 
Simon de, Archbishop of Canter- 
bury, 14, 33, 44, 334 ; tomb of, in 
Canterbury Cathedral, 18, 169 ; sup- 
posititious tomb, 241. 

Mer, John atte, labourer, 2, 126 ; 
Stephen atte, 126. 

Mercator, Alex., of Dartford, 9, 292 ; 
Andrew, 14. 188, 195, 196; Elyas, 
W., Rochester (c. 1230), 2, 229; 
James, 190; John, 10, 145. 

Mercer, Alexander the (1251), 2, 304 ; 
Diouisius (1251), 302; George, 5, 
80 ; John the (1251), 2, 304 ; John 
(Hawkhurst), 5, 85 ; John, senr., 
\V., 79, 80 ; (junr.), 80 ; Rev. Robert 
(Dartford, 1630), 18, 396; Thomas, 
junr., W., 5, 79; (senr.), 79; 
William. W., 79 ; Rev. Wm, Rector 
of Hawking, 9, 268. 

Mercery Line, Canterbury, 13, 111. 

Merchalis, Dionis, 14, 198. 

Merchant Taylors' Company has land 
in Maidstone, 1, 163. 

Mercian or Midland dialect, 6, 136. 

Mercian and Kentish Royal families, 
8, 172 ; Kings :— Ceuulph, 13, 184; 
Offa, 184-8. 

Mercote, or Morcote, John, 18, 448. 

Mercury, statuette of, found in Maid- 
stone, 1, 165 ; 15, 71. 

Merdale, manor, Ashford. 10, 132 ; 
16, 168. 

Merdale, Margeria, 10, 356 ; Peter 
de, ib. 

Mere, manor in Rainham, 1, 6, 7; 
borough, 10- 232 ; fines of lands in, 
1, 240 ; 18, 346. 

Mere, Gilbert de (1269), 5, 300 ; Rev. 
John, 10, lxii ; 14, 376 ; Peter de, 
10. 232. 

Meredith, allied to Ozenden, 6, 280; 
Richard, 18- 30. 

Mereworth (Marewe, Mareworth), 
4, 237, 814; 8, 271 J 10, 340: 12, 
229; 15, 152, 175; 17,330,339; 
18, 2s : the advowson granted to 
Leeds Priory, bul recovered, 6-222 ; 
brass at, 10- 65; Castle, Archseol. 
meeting at (ls57), 1, xxxiii; 
Church, 14. 327 ; church plate, 16, 
339, 372, 383, 400,406 ; manor, 10, 
152 ; manor house, 18, 363/; ; fines 



of lands in, 13, 316 ; 14, 260, 276 ; 
15. 283. 

Mereworth cum Crongebery Manor, 
10, 152. 

Mereworth, Eustace de, his grants to 
Cumbwell, 8, 271; Roger, 6, 222 
and n. 

Mereworth, John de, 10, 130, 152 
his heirs, 130 ; John de, 15, 283 
18, 338. 3 L2 ; Sir John de, 363 
Margeria, 15, 283 ; 18, 342 ; Mar 
geria, wife of Sir John, 338, 363 n 
Robert and Stephen, sons of Eustace, 
8, 271, 272 ; Roger de, 6, 222 and 
» ; Thomas de, 18, 338 ; Wm. de, 
4, 314; 12, 229; arms of "Win. de, 

15, 12 ; Wm. de, 18, 338. 
Meriall, Katherine, 18, 35 ; Thomas, 

ib.; William, 19. 
Merick, William, Vicar of Thornhara 

(1572), 18, 249. 
Meriott, Mrs., sister of Sir E. Hales, 

14, 79. 
Merlyn, John, 13, 300 ; Thomas, ib. 
Mersemium (1273), 2, 131. 
Merofleda, wife of Charibert, 3, 21. 
Merovingian coins at Canterbury, 3, 

40 ; imitations of coins of Eastern 

Empire, 3, 38 ; trientes, with runes, 

8, 227. 
Merre, George, 10, 143. 
Merrick, Alderman, 15, 33 ; Elizabeth 

(Lady Head), 14, 116; 15, 33; 

William, 18, 445. 
Merriweather (Merryweather), allied 

to Osborne, 5, 229 ; Mr., on the 

library of Rochester Priory, 3, 49. 
Merscware, 13, 183, 184, 367. 
Mereh, Henry, 18, 403 ». 
Mersham, 10, 327, 331, 378; 12, 220 ; 

16, 169, 177; 18, 31, 68 », 368; 
riots, T., 3, 84; inventory of parish 
church goods (1552), 10, 282 ; fines 
of lands in, 12, 293 ; 15, 283 ; 18, 
368. 

Merahamhatche, 13, 329. 

Mershfield, Rev. John alias William, 

11,29; (Eastchurch, 1 153),14, 386. 
Mershman, John, of Dartford, 9, 290. 
Mersshe, Henry atte, 10,317; John 

atte, ib. 
Merstham, Surrey, 14. 126, 133, 288. 
Meraton, 12, 225, 226; manor, 10, 

1 15; 11, lxxv, 218, 265, 269; a 

rector of, 14, 333. 
Merston, B sv. Henry, 13,383 ; Philip 

de, Shorne (1246), 2. 295. 
Merton, 14. 243; Roger, nppos of 

Walter de (Dartford, 1278), 18,393. 
Merton, Walter de, lip. of Rochester 

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379 ; 17, 162, 16G ; a Kentish Chan- 
cellor, 5. 24 ; monument of, 6, 63. 

Merton College, Oxford, 11, 1 ; pro- 
ceedings against Rawlyns the War- 
den (1521), 1, 21 ; advowson of 
Elham granted to, 10, 50 ; repairs 
Elham Church, 52. 

Merton Priory, 14, 170, 177-9, 335. 

Mescegros, Robert de, 12, 205. 

Mesham, Wm., 11, 224. 

Mesne Lords had such rights over 
their tenants as the King had over 
them, 2, 314. 

Messager, Alice, 15, 292 ; Amabilla, 
13, "297 ; John le, ib. ; Ralph (1263), 
3, 254 ; Robert, 15, 292. 

Messedey, Thomas, 13, 354. 

Messynden, Richard de, 11, 320. 

Mestillon, what, 3, 239 n. 

Metandi (mowing) service, 2, 317. 

Metcalfe, Philip, late incumbent at 
Gillingham, 2, 62; Richard, 14, 
290. 

Metelingehame, William de, Benenden 
(1251), 2, 306. 

Metford, John, T., 3, 88. 

Metyngham, John de, 14, 261 ; Lucia 
de, ib. 

Meusden, 14, 41. 

Mexted, John, near Faversham, 12, 
424. 

Meyar, Edward, 10, 291. 

Meyer, Richard, churchwarden of 
Erith, 8, 150. 

Meyham, see Mayham. 

Meynyl, Michael de, 13,430 ; Thomas 
de, ib. ; Walter de, ib. 

Meys, Loretta, 15, 303 ; William, ib. 

Michaelmas Term, permanently estab- 
lished, temp. Edw. I., 5, 20. 

Michel, of Northgate, an early Kentish 
writer, 6, 144 ; his " Ayenbite of 
Inwyt," ib. 

Michel, Adam, 13, 314; James, 11, 
401; John, 13, 314; 15,284. 

Michelat, John, T. (Thauet), 3, 71, 
74. 

Michell, Sir Francis, 10, lxxxviii ; 
James (1522), 12, 426; John, 
legatee of Henry Stidolf, Tudely 
(1474), 2, 230; John, of Canter- 
bury, 8, 124; Richard (1522), 12, 
422. 

Michilgrofe, Richard, 11, 371; Tal- 
manus, ib. 

Middele, see Midley. 

Middelhope, William de, 14, 262-4. 

Middhop, Roger (1585), 10, lx. 

Middlesex, T., 4, 76, 85; Roman 
coffins in, 9, 172 ; briefs for places 
in, 14, 181-4, 206-10, 215, 218, 220-1. 



Middlesex, Earl of, 11, 219, 227; 
Countess of, 233. 

Middleton, the Earl of, 18, 102 ; John 
(1522), 12, 423. 

Middleton (near Southchurch, Essex), 
manor roll, 10, 324. 

Middleton, family, 15, 381 ; Alan, 18, 
345 ; Dane (will, 1552), 17, 127 ; 
Dorothy, 18; Letitia, 23; Lieut.- 
General, a rebel (1644), 3, 188; 
Rev. Thomas, 16, 86 : William, of 
Westerham, 11, 402 ; William, 18, 
23. 

Middleton, see Milton. 

Midecote, Amicia, 11, 314 ; John, ib. 

Midland (Mercian) dialect, 6, 136. 

Midleton, Dr., 3, 152. 

Midley (Middele, Middelle, Midlie, 
Mydlie), 11, 366 ; 13, 174-6, 185- 
9, 196-7, 250, 350-1, 354, 356-8; 
15, 2, 24; 18, 39; inventory of 
parish church goods, 10, 284 ; popu- 
lation, 13, 373 ; fines of lands in, 
12, 299 ; 13, 303 ; 18, 338. 

Midnicth, Alexander (Rochester, c. 
1240), 2, 229. 

Miet, Symkiu, arms, 11, 397. 

Mieville, M. (a French minister), 13, 
549. 

Mildebat, Galfrid de, W., 5, 202. 

Mildehale, Constantine de, 6, 215. 

Mildmay, Thos., 14, 316, 321, 323, 
325 ; Sir Walter, 16, 52 ; 18, 325. 

Mildretha, St., 18, 53. 

Milend (Mile End), riot at, T., 3, 95 ; 
4, 68, 76. 

Miles, Luke, churchwarden of Rain- 
ham, 17, 54; Ranulpb, 14, 244; 
John, churchwarden of Chislehurst, 
8, 131. 

Miles, Mr., found shells in the Deveril 
Barrow, 18, 203 n. 

Military service, see Knight service. 

Militia refused to Parliament by the 
King, 1, 198. 

Milkhouse, 4, 75, 84 ; Chapel, 14, 313, 
325 ; an iucumbent of, 2, 63. 

Mill, Daniel of the (1263), 4, 312; 
John of the (1257), 3, 244, 245. 

Millard, Miss, of Teddington, 18, 399- 
401. 

Miller (of Dartford), Humphry the, 
and John the, 9, 289 ; see also 
Moleudarius. 

Miller, allied to Hodsoll, 14, 235 ; 
Goodman, 15, 197, 207, 212; 17, 
321-349; Sir Humphrey, 333; 18, 
122, 126, 138, 150, 153, 156 ; James, 
252, 435 ; John (Hollingbourne), 7, 
235; John, 10, cxxii ; H, 410; 
18, 23, 164 ; Nicholas, 15, 190, 193, 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



196, 198, 200, 202-3, 206, 208-9 ; 16, 
64; 18,251,252,434-5; Sir Nicholas, 
4, 138, 141 ; 17, 333, 364; 18, 161, 
162, 103 ; Peter, 4, 245 ; Walter, 3, 
222; Wm., 18, 23. 

Milles, Anne, 18,25; George, 9, 48 ; 
Rev. Jeremiah, 18, 431 ; Joan, 17, 
17; Mr. (Canterbury), 7, 193, 195 ; 
Mr., 18, 65; Mrs. (1564), 13, 340; 
Thos., of Rochester, 11, 402 ; 
William, of St. Augustine's Abbey, 
Cant., 2, 58; Rev. Wm. (East- 
church, 1689), 14, 381, 387 ; Wil- 
liam, 18, 25. 

Millet, Rev. John, 16, 87. 

Millgate, in Bersted, 5, 96 n. 

Millians (Mullens), 16, 182, 193, 194; 
John, 194; Sarah and Thomasen, ib. 

Millins, Mr., 13, 164. 

Mills, 1, 235 ; water and wind at Folke- 
stone (1263), 10, cviii. 

Mills, Arthur (and Frances his 
daughter), 12, 139; Christopher, 9, 
232; 14,22; Elizabeth (1714), 13, 
437 ; George (Mayor of Canterbury), 
10, 219; Mr. (bailiff of Sandwich), 
lxxxix ; Mr., 14, 165 ; allied to 
Dering, 10, 347; {alias Fathers), 
Agues, 18, 39; (alias Still), Alice, 34. 

Milner, Dr. John, 17, 256; Dr. 
Charles, ib. 

Milnete, Rev. Walter, 16, 122. 

Milstead (Milsted, Milstede), 9, 116 ; 
13, 336, 345; 18,29; Higham in, 
10, 193 ; manor alias Hogshawe's, 
138 ; fine of lands in, 14, 270. 

Milton by Sittingbourne (Meletone, 
Melton, Middleton), 9, 163, 164; 

13, 122-3, 322, 328, 330, 337-9, 
343-5; 14, 239, 360, 386; 15, 
372; 17, 156, 158-9; 18, 32, 34; 
Northwodes lands in, 2, 36, 37 ; 
land in the hundred of (1249), 2, 
298; Milton oysters (proverb), 9, 
136; hundred of, 10, 138, L59, 161; 
12, 223 ; 18, 79 ; the King's manor 
of, 3,243 ; fines of lands in, H, 349 ; 

14, 245, 248, 259, 273 ; 18, 338, 
345 ; Rinnan coflins from, 9, 164 ; 
corn riots at, 12, 356; Roman re- 
mains at, 428; Roman ring found 
at, 18, 207 ; manor of, 156. 

Milton by Canterbury, 4, 315, 321; 
12,205", 285 ; 16. 27 ; manor, dower 

of the Lady Matilda de Sepl rana in 
( L252), 2. 811 j manor Bold by 

Will i de Sepl rana to I riuteea for 

Sir Nicholas Lovaine, 1, 129 ; manor- 
ial rights held by Robert de 
Sept vans (1248), 2,297; manor, T., 
3,92; manor, 10, 115. 



Milton and Faversham hundreds, 

lands of Richard Noel in (1236), 

2, 293. 
Milton by Graveseud, 10, 144; H, 

xliv, xlviii, liii ; 12, 223 ; 18, 23, 

38 ; manor, 10, 144. 
Milton and Marden, Watch at, 8, 309. 
Milton Constable, 14- 361 ; John de, 

1, 8 ; Margeria de, 12, 213. 
Milton, the poet, 9, 45. 
Miltrude, 9, 213. 

Mil way, Mr. John, 18, 399. 
Mimmes, Elias de, 13, 294 ; Juliana, 

ib. 
Minerbetti, Andrea, 10, 24 ; Ruggiero, 

25. 
Minerva, statuette of, found at Plaxtol, 

2, 3, 4. 

Mines, Thomas, 16, 195. 

Minet Family, 15, 381. 

Mingham, Robert, arms of, 11, 397. 

Minster (Menstre. Minstre), 18, 21 ; 
fine of lands in, 2, 271 ; 3, 211. 

Minster in Shepey, 13, 339 ; 14, 201, 
371, 375-6, 384, 388; Northwodes 
lands in, 2, 36, 37 ; Priory, 7, 287 ; 
brass, 9, 148 ; church, 213 ; fines of 
lands in, 12, 307; 13, 312; 14, 
259 ; 18, 339. 

Minster in Thanet, 9, 183, 184: 10, 
115 ; 14, 131-3 ; 12, 18, 19, 22, 117, 
184, 204, 330 ; 15- 371 ; 18, 33 ; Saxon 
antiquities at, 1, 44 ; St. Mary's 
Church, 12, xxxvii, 167-176 ; monas- 
tery of St. Mary, 166-8; monastery of 
St. Margaret, 177-196 ; monastery of 
SS. Peter and Paul, 168, 180-9,344- 
53 ; miserere stalls in church, 174- 
6 ; Court, 344-53, 374 ; Abbey, 13, 
184; fines of lands in, 11, 337, 340, 
346, 349 ; 12, 302 ; 13, 293, 313, 
318 ; 15, 275-6, 289, 300 ; 18, 339, 
342, 351. 

Minstrels, payments to, 10, 233, 234, 
238, 239. 

Mint at Canterbury (the Arch- 
bishop's), kept by Ewyn Tomson 
(1528), 1, 34, 35. 

Minton's tiles, for St. Augustine's 
M issionary College, 4, 63. 

Mints at York and Durham (1528 ?), 
1,36. 

" Miracles of Archbishop Bccket," 6, 2. 

Mirline, Margaret, 18, 370; Sir 
Thomas, of London, ib. 

Mirayn, Robert, arms, 11, 397. 

Miryfeld, .James, 15, 276; Joan, ib. 

Miscellanea, 2, 221 ; 4, 220 ; 5, 323 ; 
6, 302 ; 7, 322 ; 8, 294. 

Miscricordia, its meaning, 7, 59. 

Miasenden, Bucks, 16, 21. 



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189 



Missionary work of the early monas- 
teries, 3, 24. 
Misson, M., his description of 

Rochester, 6, 77. 
Mistelliam, near Appledore, den of, 13, 

442. 
Misteshame, boro' in Alulphsbridge 

Hundred, 12, 211 ; 13, 353. 
Mitford Castle, 13, 26 n. 
Moatlands (Brenchley), 13, 137. 
Mock, John (1664), 18, 117; John, 

locksmith (1637), 283. 
Mockett, Edward, 12, 380 ; Richard, 

386,390. 
Mockett's Journal, 12, 369, 380-7, 391. 
Modinden Priory, 2, 316. 
Modindeu, Prior's rents (1236), 2, 

292 ; iu Ospringe and Plumworth, 

ib. ; seal of the sub-prior, 10, xxxvii. 
Modius of wine, 4, 128 n. 
Mody, Henry, Trianstoue (1251), 2, 

306. 
Moffet, Robert (1463), 10, 250, 252, 

254, 258 ; Robert and Mary, 18, 17. 
Mohesdeu (or Mohisden), Amicia de, 

Dartford, 1, 231 ; 5, 279 ; William 

de, ib. 
Mohun, Lady, of Dunster, 13, 534 ; 

her tomb at Canterbury, 528, 532-5, 

543. 
Mojebro, Sweden, stone pillar with 

runic inscription, 8, 209. 
Mokele, Cecilia, 15, 291. 
Molande, atte, see Attemolande. 
Molash (Mollesch, Molesse, Molessh), 

14, 202 ; fines of lands in, 11, 330 ; 

13, 308 ; 14, 242 ; inventory of 

parish church goods, 10, 283. 
Molash, Hamo de, 14, 192, 202 ; John 

de, Capellanus, 197 ; Stephen de, 11, 

328 ; 14, 186 ; William de, Vicar of 

Thornham, 18, 244. 
Mole, Henry (Eastchurch, 1424), 14, 

385. 
Molendinarius, Alice, widow of Hugh, 

Little Dartford (1195), 1, 232; 

Godard, Thanington, 3, 225 ; Hugh 

(1195), 1, 232 ; Renger, 231 ; Walter, 

Offham, 3, 222. 
Molineux, Mr., 1, 120. 
Molland Chancel, see Ash Church ; 

House, 15, 13. 
Molland, George, 16, 198. 
Mollorsay, allied to Osborne, 5, 228. 
Molony, Rev. C. A., on St. Laurence 

Church, 16, 207, 208. 
Moltland, 10, 322. 

Molton, Auicia, 13, 313 ; John de, ib. 
Molyneux, allied to Lovelace, 10, 194, 

196 ; Sir John, 196 ; Margaret, 194, 

196. 



Molyngton, Robert, 18, 388. 

Molyns, see Moulins. 

Momer, John, 16, 184. 

Momford, William, churchwarden of 
Bromley, 8, 112. 

Mompesou, allied to Dering, 10, 337 ; 
of Barbara, 337; Mr., 11, 237, 244. 

Mon, Master John, 14, 304. 

Monachus, Johannes, 12, 227. 

Monacus, John (husband of Emma de 
Setvans, 1180), 2, 29, 30. 

Monasteries, eight, in Kent founded by 
one family in the seventh century, 
3, 22; their early missionary work, 
24. 

Monastic libraries, 3, 52 ; life at Christ 
Church, Canterbury, 7, 17. 

Monasticon, Kentish (attempt at, by 
W. E. Flaherty), 2, 49. 

Monchensi (Monte- Caniso, Munchen- 
sie), Dionisia de, 10, 144; Warine 
de (20 Edw. III.), 144, 145, 147, 
153,155; Warine de (ob. 38 Hen. 
III.), 110, 259, 274; 12, 199, 201, 
223, 225, 226, 233, 234, 236; his 
wife Joan, 10, 259, 274; daughter 
Joan, 259, 260, 274; William de, 
110; 12, 225. 

Monckton, Herbert, on letters of Tho- 
mas Morris, 13, 283-8 ; J. B., Town 
Clerk of London, 11, 359. 

Monde, Richard, 18, 251; Thomas, 

13, 302, 306, 311 ; Win., 18, 251, 433. 
Mone, Guydo, 18, 426, 452 ; Philip le, 

15, 390. 
Monfrearde, Roger de, 12, 220. 
Mongaye, Anne, 18, 31 ; Elizaboth, ib. ; 

Joan, ib. ; John, ib. ; Rebecca, ib. 
Mongefeld, 11, 326. 
Mongeham, 9, 185 ; 13, 376 ; fine of 

lands in, 13, 305 ; 14, 261, 270. 
Mongeham, Great, 14, 167 ; 15, 358- 

60; Church, 16, lxii-lxv; extracts 

from parish registers, ib. ; Little, 

14, 167. 

Mongeham (Mungeham), of Rochester 
(1465), 10, 256 ; Christina de, 13, 
121. 

Monins (Monyngs, Monyns), of Grove- 
hurst, 13, 122 ; allied to Lovelace, 
10, 194 ; Anne, 13, 394 ; Sir Edward, 

3, 148, 169 ; 4, 138, 197 ; 10, 194 ; 
Edward, 5, 123; H, 399; Mrs, 
Mary (1649), 5, 113; Richard, 12, 
388; Robert, H, 396; 12, 208; 
Thomas (1645), 5, 113 ; Sir William, 

4, 197; 13,394; 15,395. 

Monk, allied to Lovelace, 10, 194; 
Rev. E. G., 4, 102 ; Hamo the (1236), 
2, 292; Henry, 15, 387; General, 

5, 123 ; Jane, 10 3 194. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Mookleigh, Devon, monument of Sir 

William Ilaukford, 1, 86. 
Monks-Horton, 16, 173, 434; see 

Horton. 
Monkton (Monokton), 9, 185; 12, 

18-4, 204 ; 13, -181 ; 14, 131 ; fines of 

land in, 11, 349; 15, 286, 289, 300, 

306, 308 ; 18, 3-43 ; manor and 

church, 12, 269-282, 394, 
Monkton, Rev. Christopher, 13, 385. 
Monmouth Castle, 16, 31. 
Monmouthshire, lioinan coffin, 9, 

172 n. 
Monne, Thomas, 15, 113. 
Mous Cathedral, 4, 93. 
Monselowe (Muuselowe), Robert, T., 

4, 68, 71, 72, 73, 74, 77. 
Monson arms, quartering Watson, 18, 

296. 
Monson, Lewis, 18, 295 n ; Lady 

Margaret (nee Watson), ib. 
Montacute, Alice, 13, 538; Lord John 

de (Monte Acuto), 9, 304; Lady, 

her monument, 2, 142. 
Montagu, Marquis, 11, 362 ; Lord, 15, 

213, 215; Wm. (1465), 10, 256. 
Montanus, Prayer of Arias, 14, 15. 
Monte, of Dartford, Cecilia, 9, 295 ; 

Fulke, ib. ; Henry, 293 ; Reginerus 

de, 290; Robert, 292; Robert de, 

14, 327; Wm. de (1246), 2, 294; 

(1271), 6, 240. 
Monte Acuto, see Montacute. 
Monte Caniso, see Mouchensi. 
Montefichet, Henry son of Ralph de, 

12, 236; Richard de, 235. 
Monte Martini, Jordan de, 2, 307. 
Monte Pessulano, Richard de, 11, 

321. 
Montesquieu, Baron de, 4, 55. 
Montfaucon's ' Antiquites de France,' 

9, 157. 
Montfort (Montefort, Montford), Al- 

maric de, Earl of Gloucester, 3, 142 ; 

Hugh de, 13, 186, 351 ; 14, 42 ; 16, 

161,163; John de, 39; Simon de, 

Earl of Leicester, 11, 54; 12, 233, 

235 ; 13, 83, 191, 364, 470. 
Montgomery, Earl of, 11, 233, 234. 
Montherrner, Ralph, Baron de, 16, 

31, 32. 
Months' names, 4. 94. 
Montnncfar, 6, 211 : explained, 249. 
Montreal (Canada), brief for fire at, 

14, 219. 
Montreuil, Madam de, visits Bccket's 

shrine, 13, 521. 
Monyn, John de, 10, 120. 
Monyngham, 14. 270. 
Monvronn. Joan. 15. 306 ; John, ib. 
MonjB, Thoa., 11, 403. 



Moone, Martha, 16, 87; Thomas, 18, 
30. 

Moore Court, 13, 137. 

Moore, Archbishop, 14, 133 ; 15, 360. 

Moore, alias Barrow, Elizabeth, 18, 
37 ; allied to Dering, 10, 345 ; Alice, 
13, 137 ; Anna, 18, 22 ; Sir Edward, 
11, 208 ; 12, 161 ; Sir George (1660), 

17, 290; Israel, 16, 205, 206 ; Lieut. 
John (1558), 11, 388; John (temp. 
Q. Mary), 13, 137; John (1649), 
15,181; 16, 204-6; Nicholas, 10, 
68 ; Richard, 4. 188, 191 ; Robert, 
of Gillingham, 9, 47, 48; Robert, 

18, 22 ; Thomas, 13, 137; Tom, 15, 
180, 192; Walter, 13, 137; Sir 
Walter, ib. ; William, ib. ; see More. 

Mor, Stephen atte, labourer, 2, 126. 

Morant, Sir Thomas, his arms, 4, 100 n. 

Morant's Court, 10, 149. 

Moraunt, Joanna, 15, 287; 18, 346; 
Master Jordan, 13, 317; William 
(20 Edw. III.), 10, 149, 158; (9 
Edw. III.), 13, 310; (18 Edw. II.), 
15, 287; (3 Edw. III.), 18, 346; 
Sir William's seal, 3, 143. 

Morcok', John, 14, 276 ; Ralph, ib. ; 
Richard, ib. ; AVilliam, ib. 

Mordon', Nicholas de, 14, 275. 

More, Rev. Adam, of Newchurch, 13, 
460; Anne, 18, 17; Dr., 330; Eliza- 
beth, d. of Sir Thomas, wife of Wm. 
Roper, 2, 149 ; Hesewood de (1251), 
306 ; John de la, 14, 262 ; Mr., 2, 
75, 81 ; Robert, 18, 17 ; Sir Th ■ 

I, 85, 90 ; 17, 69, 70, 72 ; Walter, 

II, 396 ; Win., of Cranbroke, 9, cii ; 
William, 18, 31. 

Morecok, Robert, 14, 197. 

Morehall manor, a/i'asCaldam, 10, 130. 

Morehall, Nicholas de, 10, 130; see 
also " at-Morehall." 

Moreley, Mr. James, 17, 195. 

Mores, Anthony, 18, 19. 

Morestoke, William de, 10, 281. 

Moreton, Alice, 18, 19; Anne, 17, 
386 ; Mrs. Elizabeth, 16, 91 ; George, 
ib. ; Robert, 18, 19; Sir Robert, 17, 
386. 

Moreville, Eudo do, H, 03; Hugh de, 
13, 114; Maud de, 11, 63. 

Morgan, Rev. A., 16. 73; Francis, of 
Kingsthorpe. 18. 237 /; : George, 15, 
112, 118; Grace, ib.\ John, arms, 
11, 397; John, 12. 423, 126; 18, 
19; Nicholas, 15. 112. 1 18; Philip, 
Bishop of Worcester and Ely, 13, 
457,458; 14, I; Roger, 18, 19. 

Morgue, 14, 41, 49, 50-1, 58-9. 

Morhall, 12, 215. 

Morice, Edward, 11, 218. 



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191 



Morini, the, 3, 3. 

Moristan, Moristone, see Murston. 

Morlaincourt, De, 14, 64; Madame, 
74. 

Morlaia Castle, 16, 28. 

Morland, William (Cheriton, 1153), 
18, 364. 

Mode, Robert, 18, 59 n. 

Morley, Simon, of Canterbury (1450), 
7, 239. 

Morockoe, a black, at Knole, 9, xliv. 

Morpeth, 11, 278. 

Morphet, Eev. Thomas, of Newenden, 
4, 112. 

Morrast, William, 16, 204. 

Morrice, Salmon (1712), 17, 273 ; Wil- 
liam, 274. 

Morris, allied to Dering, 13, 438; 
Abdia, 18, 445 ; F., 442 ; John, 14, 
239; 18, 37; Rev. John, 17, 39; 
Mary, 14, 239 ; Thomas (letters of), 
13, 283-8. 

Morrys, Rychard, of Chilham, 8, 132, 
134. 

Morse, Thomas (1665), 18, 122. 

Morskin, arms of, 4, 242. 

Mortar, 100 cart loads for Rochester 
Castle (1367), 2, 128, 130; hardened 
by time, 8, 5 » ; Roman, 1, 143, 144 ; 
9, 218 ; test of, 3, 30, 34 ; Saxon, 
31,34; 9,218. 

Mortdauncestor, the writ of (1197), 
1, 247 n. 

Mortestorn, Albrea de, wife of Ste- 
phen; (see Shipborne), 1195, 1, 229. 

Mortimer, John (Cade, pardoned under 
this name), 7, 239 ; killed, 243. 

Mortimer (Mortuo Mari), Alice, 15, 
220;Elias, 12, 297; Elizabeth, d. 
of Sir Robert, 14, 15; Hamo de, 
4, 216 ; Henry de, 10, 278 ; Hugh 
de, 4, 216 n ; Magister Hugh de, 
13, 121, 382; 15, 219-21, 234; 
Johanna, 12, 297 ; John, 10, 119, 
145, 159 ; John, son of John, 118, 
145 ; John de (3 Edw. II.), 11, 332 ; 
(7 Edw. II.), 12, 297 ; John (t. Edw. 
I.), 15, 221 ; John (1363), 265 ; Mar- 
geria, H, 332 ; Roger, 16, 30 ; Wil- 
liam, 15, 220. 
Mortimers, manor, 10, 145. 
Mortlake, 15, 115 ; tapestry (at Knole), 

9, xlix, 1. 
Morton, John, Archbishop of Canter- 
bury (1486-1500), his doorway in 
the great cloister at Canterbury, 7, 
40; a "Legal Celebrity," 5, 26; 
grants indulgences for the repair of 
Rochester Bridge, 6, 49 ; 17, 214, 
222 ; at Knole, 9, xl n ; at Lyminge, 
220 ; his tomb at Canterbury, 13, 



34, 539-541; brass of, 18, 254; 
Bishop of Ely, 16, 45. 
Morton, Anne (1523), 2, 173; Eliaa 
de, 15, 288, 363; Elyn (1523), 2, 

173; E. S., 16, 198; Isaac, 198, 201, 
202 ; John (1523), late one of the 
Gentlemen Sewers of the Queeu's 
Chamber, 2, 173 ; John de, 10, L59 ; 
his heirs, ib. ; John, 13, 385 ; 16, 
91 ; Rev. Richard, 4, 112 ; 16, 92 ; 
Robert, Earl of, 18 ; Thomas, Arch- 
deacon of Canterbury, 14, 1; Wil- 
liam, senior and junior, brothers of 
John Morton (1523), 2, 173. 

Mortunesfare, 3, 256, 262 Us. 

Mortuo Mari, see Mortimer. 

Morvs, Elizabeth, widow (1522), 12, 
422. 

Mosaic pendant found at Sarre, 3, 41, 
45. 

Mose, John de, lessee of Folkestone 
manor (1291), 2, 135. 

Moseley, Agnes, 18, 17 ; William, ib. 

Moses the Clerk, W., 5, 212 ; 6, 222. 

Mosewell, Mabilla de, 18, 345 ; Roger 
de, 12, 232; William de (10 Edw. 
II.), 13, 315; (3 Edw. III.), 18, 
345 ; of Broomfield, 251. 

Mosley, Edward (1463), 10, 252. 

Mosse, John (1522), 12, 423. 

Mossekin, Crespin, a Jewish money- 
lender, 6, 310. 

Mosses in South Jutland and Fyen, 8, 
217, 222, 224. 

Mot, John, a servant of Sir Roger 
Twysden, 4, 141 ; Robert, bell- 
founder, 17, 54. 

Mote, the, near Canterbury, 4, 196 ; 
at Ightham, 9, lvii ; 18, 24 ; at 
Maidstone, 3, 268 ; belonged to Sir 
Thomas Csesar, 5, 30 ; Park, 15, 
69. 

Mote, John (1522), 12, 426 ; William 
(Hartford, 1536), 18, 395. 

Moth', Richard, of Hartford, 9, 288. 

Moton, Julian (1500), 16, 316. 

Motram, John, incumbent at Radfelde 
in Backechilde, 2, 62. 

Motraye, M. de la, his description of 
Rochester, 6, 77. 

Mott (Motte), Agnes, 11, 380 ; Alys, 
ib. ; John, 6, 188 ; 14, 320 ; Ni- 
cholas (1521), 10, cxi; Pevrs, 11, 
380 ; Robert, bell-founder, 9, 198 ; 
Stephen, 11, 380. 

Mottene, Henry de, 14, 273. 

Mottenden Monastery, pensioners of, 
2 59- 

Mottesfont, Rev. John, 13, 443, ill: 
his brass in All Saints' Church, 
Lydd, 437. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIIT. 



Mottingham, John Roper's laud in 
(1523), 2, 159, 160 ; see 15, 192. 

Mottrum, Adam de, 15, 219, 233-4, 
269. 

Moudham, John, 18, 17. 

Mouer, Robert le (1263), 4, 313. 

Moughton, Melfield, 10, 202. 

Moulin, Ann, 14, 167 ; Dr. Peter du 
(1670), 160, 167. 

Moulins (Molyns), John de, and 
Egidia his wife, 18,340-1; W., 4, 
188, 191. 

Moulton, arms and pedigree of, 5, 243, 
245 ; Robert, of Otford, 5, 243 ; 11, 
402 ; Robert, of Ighthain, 5, 243 ; 
17, 364. 

Mounbray, Roger de, 12, 225, 234. 

Mounds, ancient, 16, 13 ; Tunbridge, 
13, 22. 

Mouns (Mounsh), John le, 14, 252 ; 
John le, of Coding, 18, 341 ; 
Sabina le, ib. 

Mount, the, near Maidstone, a Roman 
villa at, 1, 171. 

Mount, manor, 10, 131. 

Mount (Mounte, Munte), Agnes, 13, 
301 ; Henry, 9, 293 ; Richard de, 
196 n ; 12, 422 ; Robert, church- 
warden of Capel, 8, 127 ; Robert, of 
Dartford, 9, 292 ; "William de, 12, 
214; Wm., 13,301. 

Mountefeld (Sussex), 13, 321, 322, 
327, 331. 

Mountford, Hugh de, father of Adeliza 
de Yere, 10, 270, 273 ; Robert his 
son, 272, 273 ; Thomas and John 
(1522), 12, 423. 

Mountjoie, Lord, at Rochester, 6, 50. 

Mount's AVood, Dartford, camp on, 18, 
307. 

Mourton, John, 18, 35 ; Mary, ib. 

Mowbray, Roger, 10, 154. 

Mowle family, 15, 367. 

Mownter, William 1 1 fc64), 10, 58. 

Mowstone, 13, 335. 

Moves, Mr., of Ickhain, 14, 118. 

Movie, Annie coheir of Sir Thomas, 
5, 117; John, 11, 395; 17, 293; 
Katherine, 14, 367; Priscilla, 17, 
294; Robert, 293-4; 18, 37; Sir 
Robert, 17, 293; Sir Thomas, 

; uitant of Leeds Priory, 2, 

57 ; Sir Thomas, of East well, 4, 196 ; 
5, 30, 117; 10, oxii; 11, 143; 14, 
165 ; 17, 215, 219, 224, 293 ; Wal- 
ler. 8. 86; 11, 400: 17, 293; Sir 
Walter, 14, 51, 367; 17,293. 

Moyne, Eliza, 16, 204; Henry le 
(1263), 4. 3]:',: John le. King's 
Breheator (1269), 5, 299, 800; John 
(1417;, 10, 18'i ; ThoB., 16, 204. 



Movse (or Movs), family, 15, 367 ; 
allied to Hodsoll, 14, 237 ; John, of 
Bihrington Monastery, 2. 55; John, 
18, 448; Thonris (1642), 4, 141; 
Thomas. Master of Domus Dei, 
Dover, 10, cxxxvii. 

Much Delce (Mucheldelfe), manor, 
10, 151. 

Mudge, Margaret, 11, 156 ; Thomas, 
ib. 

Muids, see Modius. 

Mul burned by Kentishmen, 10, 29. 

Muleton, extent of the manor (1268), 
5, 293, 294, 302. 

Mullens, see Millians. 

Mulling, John, 12, 30. 

Multon in Suffolk, 6, 89, 90. 

Multon (see Moulton), pedigrees, 5, 
243, 245; George (his marriage 
settlement), 246 ; George (1573), 
328; Robt., 11, 402; 17, 361; 
Simon (1375), 11, 75 ; Walter de, 1, 
129. 

Multons (or Muttons), 1, 5. 

Mumbrey, Thomas, 18, 17. 

Mumbre}- alias Stocke, Joan, 18, 17. 

Munch, Geoffrey, 13, 320; Margaret, 
320. 

Munch, Professor, on the stone pillar 
at Tun, 8, 203. 

Muncheberg, runes at, 8, 188, 226. 

Muncheness, William de, Boughton 
Monchensev, 3, 246. 

Munck, Henry (1665), 14. 22(1. 

Munde, John, T., 4, 71-75; Win, T., 
73 ; Win, T., weaver, 73. 

Mundevile, Ralph de, 12, 235. 

Mundy, Francis, 18, 38; alias Stacy, 
Mary, 38. 

Muneville, Emma de, 10, Hv, cv; 
Matilda de, cv ; Nigel de, liv, cv. 

Munk, JefFery, 14, '.'7 ; Margaret, ib. 

Mann, arms, 18. 201 ; Alice Harvey, 
294; Elizabeth. 291; Col. Henry, 
294; Joseph, 14, 48; Marv E., 18. 
294; Matthew. W., 294; Samuel, ot 
Hastings, 17, 42; Stephen (oft.1684), 
14, 356-7; Capt. Thomas Callis, 18, 
294 ; Wm, of P>lackheath, and < 
rine his wife. 294; Major Wm 
Aug,291, 2113, 294; alias Water, 
Anne, 35. 

Munninge, Richard, 18, 16. 

Mans, Aim, 18, 371. 

Munson, Sir Jo., 15, 394. 

M unto, see Mount. 

Munteny, Ernulpb de, killed at a 
tournament by Sir Roger de Ley- 
burn, 5, 134, 159. 

Munz, John de, W., 5, 204. 

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Church, 10, 158 ; of St. Paul at 
Melita, in Canterbury Cathedral, 
18, 169-73 ; see Frescoes. 
Muriel, Eev. Edward Morley, 4, 
102 ; on Euckinge Church, 8, 310 ; 

13, 227-230 ; on Appledore Church, 

14, 91-97; on Stone Church in 
Oxney, 98-102. 

Muriel, Eichard, 13, 354; Eev. Tho- 
mas, 16, 92. 

Murimouth, Adam, 14, 256 ; 15, 219, 
225-7, 261 ; Alice, 14, 255 ; Richard, 
255. 

Murray, Lady Augusta, 12, 372 ; Lady 
Frederica L., 16, 121 ; George, 
Bishop of Eochester, 13, 167 ; 14, 
357; 19, v; Lord George, Bp. of 
St. David's, 18, 397 ; Eev. Edward 
(Dartford, 1830), 397 ; Eev. Fred. 
W., Eector of Stone, 3,97 ; F. (artist), 
18, 238. 

Murrell, J. F., 18, 13. 

Murry, Mrs. Henry, 11, 243 ; Mrs. 
Jane, ib. 

Murston (Moresdenne, Morestone, 
Moristone, Morstone, Mowstone, 
Muston), 9, cxvii, 140, 300; 10, 
139; 12, 225, 226; 13, 335, 344; 

14, 199, 239 ; 16, 1-7 ; fines of lands 
in, 11, 328, 356; 12, 298 ; 14, 248; 

15, 308; 18, 338, 450; Eoman 
cemetery at, 10, 178-183 ; Eoman 
coffin, 9, 172, 173; rood-loft, 14, 
371-2. 

Murston, Bartholomew d«, 2, 315; 
6, 245 ; 11, 328 ; 12, 219, 223 ; 13, 
311 ; 15, 13 ; Elizabeth de, 15, 302, 
304; 18,346; Isolda de, 11, 328; 
John de, 10, 137, 139, 143; H, 
343 ; 15, 302, 304 ; 18, 346 ; Juliana, 
15, 276 ; Lora, 11, 328 ; Stephen de 
(1195), 1, 229 ; (20 Edw. III.), 10, 
137, 139 ; (3 Edw. II.), 11, 328 ; 
(1166), 15, 13 ; Thomas (1166), 13 ; 
(16 Edw. II.), 276 ; Wm. de (1200), 
2, 245. 

Muryele, Peter, 13, 354 ; Thomas, ib. 

Mus, Eichard le, 14, 329. 

Musard, Hasculf, 15, 9 ; Ealph, 9. 

Musarde, Eichard, 12, 206. 

Musca, Eobert de la, W., 5, 197. 

Museum, the Charles, at Maidstone, 
5, 41 ; the Dover Museum, 6. 

Musewell, Isabella, 14, 271 ; John de,ib. 

Muskerry, Charles, Viscount, 16, 57. 

Muskham, Eobert de, 1, 133. 

Mustarde, John, servant at Minster 
Priory, 7, 304. 

Mustodyne wine, 9, 234. 

Muston, arms, 18, 423 ; Dame Anne, 
423 ; William, ib. 
VOL. XIX. 



Mut/ or Modius of Wine, 13, 500. 
Muzred, Eichard, 12, 390. 
Mychell, Wyllyam, churchwarden of 
Brook, 8, HI ; Wm., of Sandwich, 

16, 195. 
Myllan, George, servant at Minster 

Priory, 7, 305. 
Myllar, Eobard (1485), 16, 290. 
Myllen, Eobt., 14, 298. 
Myller, Agnes, 18, 37; James, ib. ; Wil- 
liam, 23 ; alias Oliver, Joan, 18, 23. 
Mylles, Michael, of Hothfield, 9, 271 ; 

Eobert, 16, 196 ; Thomas, of Shorne, 

18, 40. 
Myllis, Edward, 11, 396. 
Myllyng, Thomas (1519), 14, 355. 
Mylys, James, 18, 95. 
Mynes, Eev. John, H, 402. 
Mynge, Edward and William, of St. 

Augustine's Abbey, 2, 58. 
Myngham, William, first Mayor of 

Eochester, 6, HO. 
Mynot, Michael, 15, 309, 310. 
Mynton, Thomas (1492), 16, 303. 
Myntoo, Peter, of Faversham Abbey, 

2,59. 
Mystery, or Sacred Interlude of Abram 

and Isaac, 17, 80, 147. 
Mytens's pictures at Cobham Hall, 

11, 175, 180. 
Myxbury, Eic, chaplain, 13, 477 n. 



N 



Nackington (Natindon, Natington, 
Natyndenne, Natyndon), inscrip- 
tions at, 6, 265 ; extracts from 
parish registers, 260 ; fines of lands 
in, 2, 247; 12, 292; 13, 309; 14, 
247, 272 ; knights' fees in (38 Hen. 
HI.), 12, 203, 204. 

Nackington, Henry de, 13, 317 ; Wil- 
liam de, 12, 204. 

Nadderfelde, see Netherfield. 

Nagera, Duke of, 10, 241. 

Nailer, Jasper, 18, 22 ; John, ib. 

Nailor, Eev. C. C, Vicar of Eeculver, 
12, 255, 256. 

Nailour, Eobert, of Canterbury, 11, 
399. 

Nails, for Eochester Castle (1367), 2, 
116,125,128; called prig, 116; of 
tinned iron, 116; spikyng, 116, 128 ; 
Eoman, found at Plaxtol,7. 

Nailtols, at Eochester Castle, what, 
2, 128, 129. 

Nairne, Eev. C, 15, 250 ; Eev. James, 
ib. ; John, 359. 

Najera, Duke of, visits Eochester, 6, 
51 ; Faversham, 10, 241. 
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INDEX TO VOLS. I. XVIII. 



Nallis (perhaps Cnolla), near Fleet, 

in Richborough (1197), 1, 24-3. 
Nalwyk, or Naldewycke, Rev. Gerard, 

13, 385 bis. 
Napier, Thos., 11, 271. 
Napleton, 11, 310, 323. 
Napleton, John (1725), 17, 293; Tho- 
mas, 16, 271. 
Napulton, Peter (1522), 12, 424; 

Stephen, 421 ; Thos., 421. 
Napper, William, 18, 25. 
Narborough, Sir John, of Knowlton, 

5,99. 
Narratores, i.e. pleaders in the Curia 

Regis, 5, 20. 
Nasard, Henry, 14, 258 ; Isabella, ib. 
Nase, Richard, labourer, 2, 120. 
Nash, in Northfleet, 18, 40. 
Nash Court, Thanet, 12, xxxviii, 419. 
Nashe, John, 13, 92; Thomas, 12, 

389. 
Nashenden (Nessinden, Nesshyn- 

denne, Nessyndone), 3, 250; 10, 

147, 159 ; alias Essyndon manor, 

147 ; in Woldham, 12, 224. 
Nashenden, John de (1260), 3, 250; 

John de, 12, 304; Sara, ib.; Wil- 
liam de (1260), 3, 250. 
Nasse, see The Ness. 
Natindon, ville of, 4, 314 ; Rev. Robt. 

de (1350), 16, 290. 
Nativi, 4, 69 n ; in Kent, 12, 284-7 ; 

of Sir W. Septvans, 285. 
Nativity of Christ, controversy as to 

its time, 4, 94 ; Alcuin's Pastoral 

Calendar thereon, 95. 
Natt, Ned, 15, 167. 
Natterhouse, Rev. Joseph (1787), 14, 

96. 
Naufer, Rev. Senobius, 13, 458. 
Naunton, Sir John, 10, lxxxix. 
Nauta, Walter, W., Strood (c. 1220), 

2, 227. 
Navarre, Joaivof, Queen of Ilenry IV., 

her SS. collar^ 1, 74. 
Navy of the Cinque Ports, and of 

England, 10, cxxxviii-cxli. 
Nayler alias Hyssenden, John, 1, 168. 
Naylor, Anthony, 18, 32 ; Edward, ib. ; 

Mrs. Elizabeth, 16, 95 ; lleury, ib. ; 

Lieut. John, 95. 
Nazareth, Archbishop of (Richard), 

Suffragan to Archbp. of Canterbury, 

15, 229. 
Neale, James, F.S.A., 13, 64, 79, 80; 

18, 140. 
Neame, Edward, 17, 294. 
Nebenstedt, bracteates with Runes, 

found at, 8, 190. 
Necessarium, in Canterbury Priory, 

7, 82, 84 ; cant names for, 88 and n. 



Nedeham, George, 17, 195. 
Nedham, J. (clerk of the works to 

Henry VIII.), 17, 75 ; paybooks, 

409. 
Needham, Henry, 11, 245 ; Rev. Wil- 
liam, 16, 124. 
Needier, Henry (1660), 17, 177; 

Jane, ib. 
Neegrate, Mrs., 13, 163. 
Neel, Isabella, 18, 344 ; John (1263), 

4, 311 ; Richard, 18, 344; Walter, 

10, 145; 18, 340, 343. 
Neele, Rev. Robert (1468), 13, 478. 
Nelham, William, 18, 220. 
Neel, John, Vicar of Elham, 10, 55. 
Nelme, Anthony (goldsmith), 17, 249. 
Nelmes manor, alias Goldstanton les 

Elmes, 10, 123. 
Nelthorpe, Henry (goldsmith), 17, 

243. 
Neme, William, H, 403. 
Nennius, his Genealogies, 8, 30, 34, 

3G-8. 
Neolithic implements, see Palaeolithic. 
Nepacre, 15, 377. 

Nepsam, Elizabeth, 18, 32; Tho- 
mas, ib. 
Neptune, had an altar at Lymne, 18, 

42 
Nereford, Sir Robert, 15, 4. 
Ness, the, Rochester corporation goes 

to, 2, 81, 83. 
Nesser, John (1569), 17, 127. 
Nether Court manor (Minster in 

Thanet), 10, 115 ; see 14, 75 ; 18, 89. 
Nether Fanniscombe manor, 10, 133. 
Netherfield (Nadderfelde, Nedirfeld), 

10, 258, 262 ; 13, 321-7. 
Nether Hamwold manor, 10, 120. 
Nether Hardres, 10, 119, 159; 13, 

308 ; 18, 348, 351. 
Nethermylle, Mr., 11, 393. 
Nethersole, allied to Dering, 10, 334, 

343; Sir Frances, 11, 247; John 

(1504), 16, 317. 
Nethewode (Northwood ?) manor, 15, 

305 ; 18, 337. 
Netlingham, John, 18, 20; Margerie, 

ib. 
Netter, Elizabeth, 18,28; Jeremiah, ib. 
Nettlestead (Netlestede, Nettlestede), 

4, 315 ; 10, 148, 149 ; 12, 228 ; 13, 

13; 14,296; Rector of, 9, L96j 

briefs for, 14, 182, 208 ; fines relating 

to, 6, 227; 11, 334; 14, 247. 
Nettlestead Church, on a fragment 

of glass in, by T. Godfrey Faussett, 

6, 129 ; parson of, 15, 291. 
Nettlestead, Elias de, 11, 334; Martin 

de, ib. 
Neubaud, Galfridus de, 10, 278. 



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Neuet, tee Nevet. 
Neuman, Hugh, W., 6, 203. 
Neusol, Thomas de, a priest, 6, 194 n. 
Neve, Geo., 9, xciv, 12 ; John (1522), 

12, 421 ; Robert le, 10, 147 ; W. T., 
9, 204. 

Nevell alias Maye, Anne, 18, 17; 
see Neville. 

Nevet (Neuet), Thomas, of Elham, 
arms, 10, 67. 

Nevill, Mr., Canterbury, 7, 195, 293. 

Neville, Thomas, Dean of Canterbury, 
14, 289. 

Neville (Nevell, Nevill), Anne, 18, 
17 ; Catherine, 17 ; Sir Christopher 
(1643), 2, 197, 198; Christopher 
(1614), 18, 60-61; Dorothy, 11 
200, 207, 208, 225, 231 ; Sir Edward 
14, 343; 16, 47, 49; Sir George 

17, 42; Joan, d. of Hugh, 11, 53 
John de (1260), 2, 32 ; (1219), 295 
(38 Hen. III.), 12, 226; Jolan de 
(1246), 2, 295 ; Judith, 18, 17 
Lord, 16, 39 ; Margaret, d. of Tho 
mas, 3, 179 w; Margaret, 16, 40 

18, 17 ; Richard, Earl of Salisbury 

13, 538; Richard, 18, 17; Robert 

17, 42 ; Sarah de, 2, 295 ; Sir Tho 
mas de, 11, 398, 404 ; 18, 155 
Walter de, 14, 269; Sir William, 
Lord Fauconberg, 11, 361 ; see 
Abergavenny. 

Nevills, the, 1, 116. 
Nevinson, Christopher, H, 401 ; Tho- 
mas, 389. 
Nevynson, Steven (Saltwood, 1561), 

18, 430. 

Newark, Maidstone, 1, 157; Hospital, 
167 ; see 10, 146. 

" New Atalantis," the, 5, 40. 

Newberry, honour of, 10, 155, 157 ; 
near Lynsted, 13, 11. 

Newberry, Cristina, H, 319; John 
de, ib. 

Newburgh, James, 1st Earl of, 11, 
252 ; Lord, 15, 174. 

Newbury, 7, 243 ; battle of, 3, 151 ; 

^12,163. 

Newcastle, muster at, 9, 161, 162; 
castle, 13, 26 n. 

Newcastle, Duke of, at Stanmer, 5, 
105 ; Earl of, defeats Lord Fairfax, 
3,149 

Newchurch, 10, 124; 12, 212; 13, 
352-3, 356 ; 14, 164; 18, 33; church, 
13, 459-64, 487 ; rectors, 464 ; vicars, 
465 ; registers, 3, 206 ; watch at, 8, 
309, 310 ; inventory of parish church 
goods, 10, 284 ; hundred, 12G, 128, 
141; 12, 210, 212; 13, 351-6; 
fines of lands in, 1, 264 ; 11, 337 ; 



12, 302 ; 14, 212 ; 15, 280, 283, 298, 
308. 

Newdigate, Lady, 5, 99 ; Serjeant, 3, 
173, 176. 

Newe alias Benson, Mariane, 18, 27. 

Newecherl, Adam le (1263), 4, 311. 

Newecourt, 10, 131. 

Newell, Rev. Alan (1424), 16, 289; 
Rev. James Edward, 17, 309. 

Newel stone, see Nowel. 

Newenden, 12, 221, 222 ; 13, 10, 16, 
172, 265, 267-8; 14, 35, 48; 18, 
36 ; church monuments, 3, 206 ; 
index to register of baptisms (1552- 
1820), 4, 107 ; list of rectors (1523- 
1773), 112 ; not Anderida, 13, 488- 
91 ; river of, 272 ; brief for, 14, 217 ; 
fines of lands in, 11, 336 ; 14, 246, 
309, 311, 323, 325. 

Newenden, Henry, heirs of, 5, 83. 

Newenham and Norton, fine to entail 
(18 Edw. III.), 2, 15. 

Newenham alias Champaigne Court 
manor, 10, 137. 

Newenham alias Wingfield, Dame 
Mary, 18, 27. 

Neweport, William (1367), sells timber 
for Rochester Castle, 2, 117. 

Newes, William (1529), 16, 290; 
(1531), 17, 92. 

Newestreete, Henry, 18, 32. 

Newhouse (Lincolnshire) Abbey, 14, 
140. 

Newhouse, Agnes (1460), 18, 411, 
418 m; Rev. William, 13, 412. 

New Hythe (Newehethe), La, 14, 272 ; 
15, 201, 204 ; in East Mailing, 2, 
120 ; oak timber at, 128. 

Newington, next Hythe, 10, 223, 230 ; 
12,214; 13,200; 14,198; 18,28, 
367 ; inquisition held at (1295), 2, 
136 ; the manor, subject of a wager 
of battle (1202), 265; a limb of 
Folkestone manor, 3, 255, 256, 260, 
263 ; 6, 240 ; 10, ov-cvii ; inventory 
of parish church goods, 285 ; fines 
of lands in, 11, 336; 18, 338, 345. 

Ne(wington, next?), Rochester, 13, 
289; 18, 35. 

Newington, next Sittingborne, 13, 13 ; 
14, 239, 383 ; 15, 107, 335 ; church, 
12, 140 ; 13, 462 ; 14, 371 ; William 
Briwerr, disseised of land in (c. 
1219), 2, 315; suggested site of 
Durolevum, 9, lxxvi ; Roman pottery 
found in " Earth Pit," near the 
church, 15, 104 ; parish registers, 5, 
226 ; inscription on brass, ib. ; North- 
wodes' lands in, 2, 36, 37 ; fines of 
lands in, 11, 316, 318, 330, 337, 
350; 13, 297, 302, 305, 308-9; 14, 
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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



242-5, 249, 251, 255, 259, 264, 268 ; 

15, 292 ; 18, 35, 350. 
Newington, in Thanet, 12, 335. 
Newington, allied to Wilmott, 16,83; 

Blaster Edmund de, 14. 245; John, 

churchwarden of Eynsford, 8, 152; 

John, 14, 142 ; Simon de, 15, 298 ; 

William, Rector of Cheriton (1404), 

18, 359, 360, 363. 
Newington Bellhouse manor, 10, 130. 
Newlands, Norman chapel in Charing, 

15, xlviii-xlix. 
Newland, Johanna, widow (1522), 12, 

421; John (1488), 10, 318; (1472), 

13, 454 n; Robert (18 Edw. III.), 

2,15. 
Ncwlande, Hy., of Hope, 9, 269. 
Newman (Neweman), Beatrice, 13, 

314; 15, 275; Geo., 9, 38 » ; Mr. 

George, 14, 381; G., 15, 375; 

George (1G63), 17, 173; Henry, 

10, 147; John le, 13, 314; (15 
Edw. II.), 15, 275; Rev. John 
(1542), 11, 403 ; (1493), 18, 385 ; 
Lyonell, 14, 290; Margeria, 13, 
303; Richard, 15, 275; Robert 
(1360), 10, lxii; Thomas, W., 5, 
82 ; William le, 13, 303. 

Newmarch, Mr., 15, 139. 
Newmarket, 15, 154, 157, 164, 166, 
171, 177, 186, 204; races (1G63), 

11, 256. 

Newnam, Robert, W., 5, 80. 

Newnham (Neweriham), 10, 137 ; 12, 
217; 13, 11; 16, 68; Lovelace's 
property in, 10, 201, 202 ; rectory, 
208; manor, 11, 341, 385; fines 
relating to, 341 ; 12, 294 ; 14, 251. 

Newporte, Clare, 18, 33 ; Thomas, ib. 

Newsole, Thomas (1465), 10, lxiv. 

Newstead Abbey, 14, 148. 

Newsted Chantry, an incumbent of, 
2,63. 

Newton, Frances, Lady Cobham, 11, 
201, 202, 208, 231 ; James, 18, 23 ; 
Sir John, 11, 201 ; arms, lxxxiii, 
203 ; William, 18, 444. 

New ton, Miss (1867), 17, 304; Sir 
Richard, Chief Justice, his collar of 
SS. (1419), 1, 86; Robert (1385), 
10, lvii ; Sir John's daughter, 12, 
146. 

Newnton, Robert, of Egerton, 8, 146. 

New Work (Newark), Dover, inven- 
tory of the, 7, 281 ; the Master and 
lip-tlirvn, 28] n. 

Nexton, Richard (1522), 12, 125. 

Nichalao, John de Bancto, 14, 269, 

Nicholas, Abbot of Faversham, 8, 285. 

Nicholas Breakspeare, i.e. Pope 
Adrian IV., see Adrian. 



Nicholas de Ecclesia, W., 4, 208. 
Nicholas the Dean, W., 4, 210. 
Nicholas of Exeter, W., 4, 216. 
Nicholas propositus, W., 5, 216. 
Nicholas, Sir Edward, 10, cxxiv ; H, 

l'7,"> ; I'll iliput's letter to, 10, xcii ; 

James, 12, 389; Robert (1522), 

423 ; Thomas, ib. 
Nichole, Stephen, labourer, 2, 126 ; 

Rev. Peter, 16, 112. 
Nicholle, Thomas, monk of Christ 

Church, Canterbury, 2, 59. 
Nicholles, John (Rochester Accounts), 

2, 77, 78. 

Nicholls, Catherine, 18, 90; Rev. 
Edward, 13, 426; John, 14, 387; 
John, Mayor of Fordwich (1727), 
18, 88, 90 ; Martha, 90 ; Mary, ib. 

Nichols, Rev. Charles, 14, 167. 

Nichols, John Gough, on SS. collars, 

I, 75-77. 

Nicholson, Ann, wife of Philip Stubbs 
(1635), 18, 215 ; Willm. Hy., 10, 75. 

Nicolas, Sir Harris, 11, 34; on the 
family of Gower, 6, 85, 86, 88-90 ; 
his remark on dates, 220 n. 

Nicole, i.e. Lincoln, 2, 234. 

Nicolson, Win., Archdeacon of Carlisle, 

II, 282. 

Nidd, Rev. Dr. Gervase, 15, 219, 244. 

Nief, writ of, 12. 288. 

Niele, Robert, 14, 197. 

Nightingale, family, 17, 141 ; John, 
127, 129, 130, 132, 136; Nicholas, 
18, 29 ; Rev. Thomas, 8, 137. 

Nineholes, Justice (Smarden), 9, 145. 

Noble, Henry le (1263), 4, 313 ; Rev. 
Mark, 15, 367; 17, 261; Stephen 
le, 14, 252. 

Nobys, Peter, Rector of Laubeach, pen- 
sioned in 1523, 10, 56. 

Nockholt, see Knockholt. 

Noel Pedigree, 2, 292 (note 11). 

Noel, Rev. and Hon. Gerald, T., 17, 
65; Richard, his Inquisitio posl 
mortem (1230), 2, 292 ; Dionisia 
his widow, ib. ; William, 240 ; 
(1236), 292. 

Noers, William do, 13, 299. 

Nogun, Randulph de, W., 6, 196. 

Noir, John lo (1263), 3, 257. 

Noke, Thomas, T., 3, 85. 

Nola, basilica of, founded by Paulinus, 

3, 19. 

Noldvn, Isabel and Michael, 15, 307 ; 

Thomas, T., 3, 85. 
Noles, or Nowell, Wm. (1546), 14, 

179. 
Nolthill, 10, 322. 
Nonconformists prosecuted (1663), 11, 

257. 



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Noningbregh (Nonybcrgh), 12, 210, 
213 ; 13, 352-3 ; watch at, 8, 310. 

Nonington, 14, 134 ; rating in, 6, 
228 n; fines of lands in, 11, 321; 
14, 244, 254, 259; 15, 294, 299. 

Nonsuch, in Surrey, 4, 199. 

Nooke, John (1522), 12, 421. 

Norber, James, 17, 106. 

Norbertines, or White Canons, 14, 
140. 

Norburn, Ansehn de, Finglesham, 4, 
302; see Nordburn. 

Nordborc, Dartford (1195), 1, 232. 

Nordborn, Antony, monk of St. Mar- 
tin's Priory, Dover, 7, 281. 

Nordburn (Northbourne ?), Anselm 
de (1201), 2, 263 ; Ro^er de, ib. 

Norden, Edward, 18, 22 ; John, W., 
5, 79 ; John, 14, 299, 301 ; John 
(oft. 1580), 17, 60, 61; Thomas, of 
Sittingbourae, 11, 399. 

Nordendorf, ancient cemetery at, 8, 
239, 240, 245 ; contains the relics of 
a race akin to our own, 24G ; ladies' 
ornaments, 250 ; brooch with Runic 
inscriptions, 253. 

Nordhome, in St. Martin's, Canter- 
bury, a vineyard in, temp. Edw. III., 
2, 226. 

Nordishe, John, 18, 25. 

Noreys, William, 15, 363. 

Norfolk, inventories of church goods 
in, 8, 74 ; wiles, 9, 128 ; briefs for 
places in, 14, 181-4, 206-9, 211-3, 
218-9; Diocese of, 333. 

Norfolk, Elizabeth, Duchess of, 16,48. 

Norfolk, Duke of (1450), excluded 
from King's council, 7, 240 and n ; 
Henry, 6th Duke of, 11, 231, 237; 
John Howard, Duke of, 14, 15; 
Thos. Howard, 2nd Duke of (oft. 
1524), 11, 231 ; 16, 47, 48 ; Thos. 
Howard, 3rd Duke of, 6, 50, 51; 
11, li, 141-3, 231, 240; 14, 342; 
Thos. Howard, 4th Duke of, 11, 
231, 238; (5th Duke of), 231, 239, 
240 ; the Duke's rights in Arundel 
Church, 18, 54. 

Norgrove, Leonard, 14, 319; 17, 130. 

Norham Castle, 13, 26 n. 

Norhampton, John de, 18, 346, 348 ; 
Henry de, W., 6, 195, 207 ; Henry 
de, 12, 395; Roger de, 11, 353; 
Mabilla his wife, ib. 

Norkyn, David, 13, 453, 454 n, 455 n. 

Norman Architecture, see Architec- 
ture. 

Norman building in Lyminge, 4, 123 ; 
flat ceilings at Brabourne, 10, 6; 
Chapter-House, Canterbury, 7, 17 ; 
Chiefs settled about Cowden, 1, 116 ; 



drawings of the water-works, Canter- 
bury, 7, 4, 174 ; gallery, Canterbury, 
62 ; coloured glass at Brabourne, 
10, 4 ; scribes, blunders of, in re- 
lation to patronymics, 4, 46 w; stair- 
case, Canterbury, 7, 147. 

Norman, a monk, 4, 210 ; the Cham- 
berlain, W., 5, 79; Rev. Charles 
James, 4, 102 ; George, 13, 163 ; 
George (1791), 17,308; Geo. Ward 
on the Saxon Invasion, 13, 97-110; 
Henry (1522), 12, 426 ; James, 13, 
157, 163; John, 426; 18, 449; 
Richard (1522), 12, 426; Robert, 
426 ; William, 426. 

Normanville, arms of, 10, 265. 

Normanville, Galiena, 11, 366 ; Ralph 
de (1246), 2, 293 ; Ralph {t. Edw. 
I.), 11, 366; (38 Hen. III.), 12, 
211, 222; Thomas de (1246), 2, 
293 ; Thos. de {t. Edw. I.), 11, 366 ; 
Thomas de, 13, 353 ; Sir Thomas 
de, 193. 

Nor Marsh (Rainham Creek), 15, 108- 
9. 

Norreys, arms and pedigree, 6, 294, 
295 ; inscription in Rainham 
Church, 295; Alice, 14, 263; Ed- 
ward, 17, 58, 63; Elizabeth, 58; 
John, 14, 263; Thomas (oft. 1624), 

17, 58. 

Norrington, allied to Dering, 10, 336 ; 
13, 438; John (1522), 12, 422; 
Michael, 427; Rev. William, 16, 
96. 

Norris, Alice, 18, 23, 26 bis ; Clement, 
23 ; Edward, 27 ; Elizabeth, 27 ; 
Robert, 399. 

North, Charles A., 18, 425; Rev. 
Christopher, 16, 87 ; Rev. Brown- 
low (Lydd, 1770), 13, 448 ; Eliza- 
beth, 18, 425 ; Sir Roger, 15, 176 ; 

18, 158. 

North, allied to Warde, 16, 136; 
alias Soinerwell, Judith, 18, 39. 

Northampton, Infirmary at, 7, 56 ; 
commission for taking an inventory 
of the church goods of, 8, 77 ; castle, 
ancient walls built on arches, 2, 69 ; 
Earl of, see Bohun. 

Northampton, Lord, 11, lxx ; Wm. 
Parr, Marquis, 201, 208; Lady, her 
silver dressing service, 9, li ; William, 
of Woolwich, 7, 235. 

Northamptonshire, 14, 183-4, 210, 
215-6, 218-9, 222. 

North Ash alias Ash, manor, 10, 
155 

Northbourne, 9, 136; 10, 117 ; 13, 
368; 14, 41, 50; 18, 30 ; camp 
(1588), 12, 43, 45 ; ville, 207, 293 ; 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



fines of lands in, 14, 243, 269; 15, 
291 ; see also Nordburn. 

Northbourne, Rector of, 18, 303. 
Northbourne (Northbjnne), Jobn de, 
10, 117; Robert de, 15, 292; 
Sabina de, 12, 306; Thomas de, 
207, 306 ; William de, 10, 117. 
Northbourne, Lord, 17, 273. 
Northbrook (Nordbroc), Robert de, 

10, 117; 12,210. 
North Combe alias Crundale alias 
Upper Fanniscombe, manor, 10, 133. 

North Cray, 10, 285 ; 17, 345 ; 18, 
2G ; warlike proceedings at, 7, 243 ; 
manor, 10, 157 ; inventory of parish 
church goods, 285 ; fine of land in, 
12, 304. 

Northden-in-Blen, 13, 85. 

Northdown ale, 9, 140. 

Northene, borough of, Romney, 13, 
353-4. 

Northeren, Gilbert le, 10, 224 ; Gilbert 
de, 14, 187, 204. 

Northern or Northumbrian dialect, 6, 
136, 138, 141, 145. 

Northfleet (Northflete), 5, 27; 14, 
163 ; 15, 11, 93, 99, 202, 225, 265, 
381 ; 18, 15, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29, 214, 
308 ; suggested site of Tagniaca, 2, 
1 ; 18, 182 ; extracts from parish 
registers, 4, 270 ; rents of assize in, 
5, 328; Royalist defeat, 9, 41; 
parson of (1380), 11, xxxix, 70 ; 
Church, xxxix, 395 ; brief for, 14, 
213 ; rood-screen, 370 ; fines of lands 
in, 11, 324, 342, 345, 355 ; 13, 294 ; 
14,248-9,265, 276; 15, 290, 309; 
18, 340, 343. 

Northfleet, Ralph de, 12, 211, 222. 

Northfrith Park, Tonbridge, 16, 49, 
51, 55, 56. 

Northgate Cross in Hawkhurst, see 
North-hall Cross, 5, 81 and n, 82. 

Northgate, Henry de, 18, 348; Jo- 
hanna de, ib. 

North Hall, or Aula Nova, Canter- 
bury, 7, 144; waters, 11, 295. 

Northie, Thomas de, W., 6, 202. 

Northlade, 13, 368. 

North Marston Church, Bucks, 13, 
115. 

Northmen (who), in HrabanusMaurus 
De Inventione Linguarum, 8, 257. 

North Mouth, 12, 4, 336-343. 

Northne, i.e. St. Martin's Ville or New 
Romney, 13, 354-9. 

Northope Manor, 10, 145. 

North Pettes Manor, 16, 27. 

North Popi shall alias Little P . . . ., 
10, 121. 

North Stream, Sandwich, 8, 13. 



Northsture alias Northne alias New 
Romney, 13, 358-9. 

Northumberland, briefs for places in, 
14, 182, 184, 211-3, 218-9. 

Northumberland, Duke of, 16, 47, 48; 
Jane Guldeford, Duchess of, 14, 3, 
0-15 ; 16, 51 ; John Dudley, Duke 
of, 14, 7, 9-12; 16, 51; their 
children [Ambrose, 14, 8, 13 ; 
Charles, 8 ; Guldeford, 9 ; Henry, 
8; John, 8; Mary, 8, 13; Robert, 
8 ;] Henry, Earl of, 16, 41 ; Robert 
Mowbray, Earl of, 18. 

Northumbria, revival of the Runic 
writing in, 8, 181. 

Northwood, in Milton, 8, 87 ; in "Whit- 
staple, 12, 204, 384; in St. Peter's, 
384. 

Northwood-Chasteners, manor, 2, 12, 
20, 21, 24 ; 5, 25 ; 9, 163. 

Northwood (Northwode, Norwode, 
Norwood), genealogical notices of 
the family, 2, 9; barony, 9; pedi- 
gree of, 28; query allied to St. 
Leger, 28. 

Northwood, Agnes, ob. 1349 (wife of 
Sir John), 2, 20, 34, 35; 9, 163; 
Agnes de (widow of ... . Cob- 
ham), fifth wife of Sir Roger de 
Northwode (1356), 2,21, 27; widow 
of Sir Roger (1361), 23, 24; marries 
Christopher Shukkeburgh, 25 ; 
Agnes de, daughter of Sir Roger by 
his first wife Juliana de Say, 2, 15, 
16 ; Agnes de, daughter of Sir 
Roger by his fifth wife Agnes, and 
wife of Stephen Pysinden, 2, 22, 
27 ; Agnes, daughter and coheir of 

Robert (wife of Beaufoy), 1373, 

2, 36, 37 ; Alexander de, 13, 316 ; 
Alice his wife, ib. ; Alice, wife of 
Sir Roger (1393), 2, 42 ; Bona (wife 
of Sir Roger), probably heiress of 
Fitzbernard, 2, 11, 18, 32 ; or Bona- 
filia, daughter of Henry deWaltham, 
a.d. 1265, 32 ; grantee of land in 
Thurnham, see Sir John de Walt- 
ham, 1248, 33 ; Dering de, 4, 280 ; 
15, 24 ; Dionisia, daughter and heir 
of John (wife of ... . Martyn), 1373, 
2, 36, 37 ; Elizabeth {nee Segrave), 
second wife of Sir Roger, dies at 
Canterbury, s.p., a.d. 1335 ; her tomb 
in Shepey misdated, 17-19, 27 ; Eliza- 
beth, daughter of "William, 27 ; Eliza- 
beth (allied to Harlakenden), 14, 
360 ; Geoffrey de, son of Sir Roger 
and Juliana, dies s.p., 2, 15, 16 ; 
Henry de, Rector of All Saints, 
Staplehurst (resigned c. 1288), 9, 
190 ; Henry de (20 Edw. III.), 10. 



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154, 15G; (2 Edw. II.), 11, 31G ; 
(7 Edw. II.), 12, 297 ; (9 Edw. II.), 
13, 304; (12-13 Edw. II.), 14, 
256-7, 267 ; of Thanet, 12, 377 ; 
Hugh de, 14, 360 ; Humphrey, son 
of Sir John and Joan Badlesmere 
(temp. Edw. II.), 2, 12, 13, 36, 37 ; 

9, 163; 11, 316, 319; 13,304; 15, 
274 ; Isabell, daughter of William, 
2, 27 ; James de, son of Sir John 
and Joan (Badlesmere), ob. s.p. 
(temp. Edw. II.), 2, 12; James de, 
son of Sir John and Joan (Here), 
coheir in gavelkind, 25, 26, 27, 
40 ; Joan (nee Badlesmere), wife of 
Sir John, dies 1319, 12, 13; 9, 
163; 11, 319; 14, 256; Joan de 
(widow of Thomas de Faversham), 
fourth wife of Sir Roger, dies 1356, 
2, 20-1, 27 ; 10, 134 ; Joan (nee 
Here), wife of Sir John de North - 
wode (1350), 2, 20, 21 ; widow of Sir 
John, her seal (1398), 41; Joan de, 
daughter of Sir John and Joan 
(Here), and wife of Sir John Den- 
geyne, Knt., 25 ; Joan, daughter and 
heir of John, and wife of Scales (1373), 
36, 73 ; Joan, daughter and heir of 
Robert, and wife of Leuedale (1373), 
36, 37; Sir John de, 1, 128; Sir 
John de, son of Roger and Bona, 
marries Joan de Badlesmere (temp. 
Edw. II.), 2, 12 ; dies 1319, 13 ; 
his writs of summons (temp. 
Edw. I. and II.), 36 ; brasses of, and 
wife in Minster Church, Shepey, 
7, 193 n, 289 ; 9, 148-162 ; see 9, 
162 ; 11, 316, 319, 353, 354 ; 13, 
304; 14, 189, 198, 201, 256, 376; 
15, 292 ; Sir John, son of Sir John 
and Joan Badlesmere, 2, 36, 37; 
marries Agnes, a daughter of Sir 
William de Grandison and Sibilla 
his wife, temp. Edw. II., dies v.p., 12; 
Sir John de, younger son of Sir 
John and Agnes de Grandison, 2, 
12, 14; Sir John de, son of Sir 
Roger and Juliana de Say, 15, 
27, 36, 37 ; rent-charge granted him 
by his father, 1342, 20; marries 
Joan Here, 1350, 20, 21, 27 ; nearly 
forty at his father's death, 1361, 23 ; 
cited in Grandison pleadings, 34, 35 ; 
dies 1379, 25 ; his writ of summons, 
temp. Edw. III., 39 ; Sir John de 
(20 Edw. III.), 10, 143, 154, 156, 
231 ; arms of Sir John de, 15, 18 ; 
John de, son of Humphrey, 2, 36, 
37 ; 10, 140 ; John de, son of Simon, 
2, 36, 37 ; John de (20 Edw. III.), 

10, 121, 135, 138, 142, 145, 159, 



161, 228 ; Juliana de (De Say), wife 
of Sir Roger, dies 1329, 2, 16, 27 ; 
Juliana de, daughter of Sir Roger 
and Agnes (wife of Peter Rede), 
22, 27 ; Juliana de, eldest daughter 
of Sir John and Joan (Here), and 
wife of John Digge, 25; Julian 
de, wife of Dering de, 4, 280; 
Manasses, of Thanet, 12, 383 ; Mar- 
garet de (widow of Sir Nicholas de 
Halglton), third wife of Sir Roger, 
killed in digging out a fox at Bing- 
bury, 2, 20, 27 ; Margaret de, wife 
of Sir Roger de North wode (son of 
Sir Roger), and daughter of Sir 
Nicholas and Margery de Halglton, 
2, 19 ; Nicholas, 15, 295 ; Otho de, 
son of Sir John and Agnes de 
Grandison, 2, 12, 14, 20, 36, 37; 9, 
163; Richard de, son of Sir John 
and Joan, temp. Edw. II., 2, 12, 13 ; 
Richard, of Thanet, 12,384; Robert 
de, son of Sir John and Agnes de 
Grandison, 2, 12, 14 ; Robert de, 
son of Simon, 36, 37 ; Sir Roger 
de, son of Sir Stephen, 18; lands 
in Shepey, etc., changed from 
gavelkind to military tenure, 11 ; he 
and Bona his wife grantees of land 
in a fine (1248), 33 ; endows St. 
Sexburga Monaster}' in Shepey, 
11 ; dies 1285, buried at Minster in 
Shepey, 12 ; his Inquisitio post mor- 
tem (1285), 33; see 14, 159; Sir 
Roger de, son of Sir John and 
Agnes de Grandison, 2, 12, 36, 37 ; 
heir to his grandfather (1319), 13, 
14; marries Juliana de Say and 
became a father before he was fifteen, 
15, 27; marries second wife (ne'e Se- 
grave, widow of Foliot), 1331, 16, 27, 
39; marries third wife (Margaret, 
widow of Sir Nicholas de Halglton), 
1340, 19, 27 ; marries his fourth wife 
(Joan, widow of Thomas de Favers- 
ham), 1342, 20, 27; prevented 
from disinheriting his son (Sir John) 
by Sir Arnold Savage (1350), 21 ; 
marries his fifth wife (Agnes, widow 
of Sir John de Cobham), 1356, 21 ; 
his writ of summons, 1360, 39 ; 
makes his will and dies 1361, his 
executors, 22, 23 ; a legal celebrity, 
his offices in Kent, 5, 25 ; see 
9, 163 ; 14, 375, 385 ; Sir Roger de, 
younger son of Sir Roger and 
Juliana de Say, 2, 15, 27, 36, 37 ; 
and his wife Margaret, 19 ; his 
father gives him the manor of 
Beausfeld, 1342, 20 ; he and Ralph 
St. Leger married two sisters, 28 ; 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Sir Roger do, son of Sir John and 
Joan (Here), born 1356, 2, 25, 26, 
27 ; his seal 1390, 41 ; his wife Alice 
1393, 42 ; in Grandison descent, 34, 
35; Sir Roger de (20 Edw. III.), 
10, 121, 134, 135, 138, 142, 145, 
159 ; Roger de, Milton (1249) 2, 
298; Roger de (t. Edw. II.), 13, 
304; 14, 256-7; (r. Edw. III.), 
10,142, 143, 161; {t. Hen. III.), 
12, 223, 297; arms of Roger de, 
15, 7 ; Simon de, son of Sir John 
and Joan de Badlesmere {temp. Edw. 
II.), 2, 12, 13, 36, 37 ; 9, 163 ; 11, 
316,319; Sir Stephen de, lands in 
Shepeye, etc. (temp. Hen. III.), 2, 
11 ; Thomas de, son of Sir John 
and Joan de Badlesmere {temp. 
Edw. II.), 2, 12, 13, 36, 37 ; 9, 163 ; 
15, 292 ; Thomas de, son of Sir 
John and Agnes de Grandison, 2, 
12, 14; Thomas, son of Sir Roger 
(the youuger brother of Sir John), 
1373, 36, 37 ; Thomas, of Thanet, 
12, 377; Walter, 9, 159; William, 
son of Sir John and Agnes de 
Grandison, 2, 12, 14, 36, 37; 9, 
163 ; William de, son of Sir John 
and Joan (Here), coheir in gavel- 
kind, 2, 25, 26, 27. 

Northwood and Gatton, arms im- 
paled, 3, 143; Northwood and 
Poynings, ib, 

Northyham, 13, 334. 

Northyngtone manor (Milsted), 11, 
386. 

Norton, 10, 230; 12, 211, 217; 13, 
353 ; 14, 199 ; John Roper's lands 
in (1523), 2, 157-9 ; inscriptions at, 
6, 267; extracts from the parish 
registers, 261 ; fines relating to, 11, 
317, 324, 341; 12, 294; 14, 251; 
15, 292; manor, 10, 137. 

Norton and Newenham manors, 18 
Edw. III., 2, 15. 

Norton family, 15, 16. 

Norton, Alice, Lady, 12, 140; Alice 
(Cobbes), 13, 462 ; Alphra, 18, 89; 
Anne, 210, 217; Anthony (1553-4), 
3, 179, 181; Bennett, 13, 329; 
Elizabeth, 18, 37; Gaufrid, 10, 
274; John, 11, 396; of Norwood, 
11, :i'.i!i : of Upchuroh.ifi.; of North- 
wood in Milton, 13. 102; 18, 89; 
Lord of Bheldwich, 290; John, 37; 
Sir John, 8. 87; Sir .John (14 Hen. 
VIII), 12, 420; widow of Sir. 1 (,1m, 
11,208; Lady, 13, 462 »; Mr., 18, 
101,156; Mr. N. (1521), 10,235; 
Richard, 11, 396; Rev. Robert de, 
13, 456-8; 14, 126, 354; Stephen, 



a bell-founder, 1, 77 ; Stephen, of 
Chart, 7, 235; 11, 396; Stephen 
de (48 Edw. III.), 10, 323 ; Stephen, 
churchwarden of Smarden, 11, 411 ; 
Stephen de (4 Edw. III.), 18, 352; 
Thomas, of Smarden, 9, 227, 234 ; 
14, 26 ; Thomas (Mayor of Ford- 
wich, 1530), 18, 87, 89; (Mayor, 
1617), 88, 89; (Mayor, 1662-4),'88; 
(Mayor, 1682-6), 88; Sir Thomas, 
12, 384 ; Valentine (Mayor of Ford- 
wich, 1552), 18, 87, 89; (Mayor, 
1578), 88; (Mayor, 1599), 88; 
William, Esq., of Sheldwich, 7, 234, 
236; William, of Hernehill, 13, 
329 ; of Faversham, 18, 89 ; Rev. 
William (1436), 444. 

Norwich, ancient walls of, built on 
arches, 2, 69 ; Archdeacon of, 14, 
162 ; Bishop of (Henry Spenser), 
T, 4, 84, 85; Bishop of, 10, 278; 
14, 167, 334 ; Cathedral, 4, 13, 25 ; 
Earl of, 9, 42 ; George Goring, 
Earl of, 14, 71. 

Norwich officers visit Rochester, 6, 62. 

Norwich (Norwico, Norwiz), Christina 
de, 18, 349; Edmund, 14, 142; 
John de, 18, 349 ; Matilda de, 349; 
Peter de, 349; Ralph, 15, 364; 
Richard de (1349), 14, 162; 
Richard de, 18, 349 ; Roger of, W., 
6, 195 ; Thos., Bishop of (1233), 10, 
279; Vincent of, W., 5, 215; 
William de, 18, 338. 

Norwood, manor in Shepey, 10, 138 ; 
see 18, 37. 

Norwood, J. D., on Roses Farm, in 
Broomficld, 18, 251-2. 

Norwood of Thanet, 12, 383. 

Norwood, Alexander, 12, 383-4; Alys, 
384; Anne, 5, 116; Antony, 12, 
388; German, 15, 367; John, 11, 
395 ; 12, 413 ; Sir John de, 15, 18 ; 
Manasses, 12, 383-4, 388-9; 15, 
402; 17,356, 359, 365; Mary, 15, 
402; 17, 356, 360; Michael, 12, 
388, 390 ; Nicholas, 389 ; Richard, 
384; 17, 359; Robert, 12, 388-9; 
Simon, 413 ; Thomas, 390 ; William, 
385, 388, 390. 

Norwood, allied to Dalison, 15, 402. 

Norwoods, the, of Shepey, 7, 293 n. 

Norys, Ralph, 18, 359; Wm, of 
Romney Marsh, 17, 230. 

Nose candlesticks. 7, 297 and n. 

Notfeld, Richard, 12, 377. 

Notingden (Lights), 14, 49, 50. 

Nott, Rev. Dr. Geo. (Woodchurch, 
1813-41), 14, 348, 357; Thomas, 
18, 287. 

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Notte, John (1476), 10, 60, 64; 
Thomas (1476-7), 60. 

Nottingham, Charles Howard, Earl of, 
Lord High Admiral, 6, 56 ; 11, h, 
208, 217, 218, 220, 231 ; Heneage 
Finch created Earl of, 5, 31 ; Lord, 
15, 209. 

Nottinghamshire, briefs for places in, 
14, 210, 214-9. 

Noue, Monsieur la, his work cited, 3, 
149. 

Noviomagux, suggested sites of, etc., 
2,1; 10, 170, 171; 13, 6; 15, 
68-9; 17, 210; 18, 182-3. 

Novo Burgo, Ambrose de, 11, 340. 

Nowel stone, 2, 113, 127, 130 bis ; 
explanation of, 112. 

Nowell (Nouel), Alexander, Dean of 
St. Paul's (Saltwood, 1560), 18, 
429 ; Elizabeth, 12, 296 ; 13, 295 ; 
William, 12, 296. 

Nowell, or Noles, Wm. (1546), 14. 
179. 

Nowesden, Thomas de, W., 5, 202. 

Nowlde alias Noole, Dom. William, 
a brother of St. Mary's Hospital, 
Dover, 7, 280. 

Noxe, Thomas (1566), 17, 122. 

Nuble, Richard, of Brabourne, 10, 
280. 

Nudds, Wm. (Eastchurch, 1436), 14, 
385 

Nuiers, Galfrid de, W., 5, 197 ; Hum- 
phrey of, W., ib. 

Nun of Kent ; see Elizabeth Barton, 
1,40. 

Nunna, King of the South Saxons, 
8, 264. 

Nunnington, John, and Margaret his 
wife, 14, 100. 

Nurstead (Notestede, Notsted, Nut- 
stede), manor, 10. 144 ; fines relat- 
ing to, 11, 345 ; 13, 316 ; 14, 265 ; 
knights' fees in, 12, 223-4. 

Nut (Nutte), John, 9, 33 n ; Ralph, 
14, 195 ; Wm., of Faversham, 12, 
426 ; of Canterbury, 17, 115, 118, 
119, 122, 127, 129,'l30-3. 

Nutley (Sussex), 15, 177. 

Nutstede, see Nurstead. 

Nutt, Mr. John, member for Canter- 
bury (1642), 2, 182. 

Nutts' arms, 16, 101. 

Nycolls, Wyllyam, servant to Minster 
Priory, 7, 304. 

Nycolls alias Harrison, Dionisia, 18, 
17. 

Nycolson, John, 8, 134. 

Nydam Moss, 8, 217 ; articles found 
in the, 219. 

Nydd, Gervase, 15, 219, 244. 



Nye, Philip, on the dispensing power 

of the Crown, 8, 65 and n. 
Nyewe, Thomas, do Wotton, 12, 251, 

258. 
Nykson, John, of Faversham, 12, 

426. 
Nysells, arms, 18, 391 n ; Alice, 391. 
Nysham, Walter, of Dover, 10, cxlii. 



O 



Oak, timber in Bokingford Park, 2, 
128 ; on the Hardres Court Estate, 
4, 55. 

Oare (Ore, Ores, Owre, Hore), 13, 
321-2 ; 14, 65 ; Roman cemetery at, 
9, lxxii ; manor, 10, 138 ; fines of 
lands in, 4, 301, 302 ; 15, 292; 18, 
337. 

Oare, near Faversham, 12, 198, 217, 
218; fines of land in, 15, 285, 292. 

Oare alias Greys, manor, 10, 123. 

Oare in Hopeland, 10, 123. 

Oare in Milton-by-Sittingbourne, 13, 
122-3, 339. 

Oare, Mrs. Ann, 17, 309 ; Goding de 
la (1263), 3, 253; Hu^h de, 10, 
142; 12, 232 ; Isolda de, H, 347, 
349; Joanna de, 12, 306; John de 
(20 Edw. III.), 10, 116 ; (38 Hen. 
III.), 12, 222; (7 Edw. II.), 306; 
(12 Edw. II.), 14, 259 ; Rev. John, 
17, 309 ; Juliana, 12, 302 ; Mar- 
garet, 14, 259; Nicholas de, W., 
6, 314 ; (20 Edw. III.), 10, 145 ; 
his heirs, ib. ; (28 Edw. I.), 11, 128 ; 
(38 Hen. III.), 12, 225 ; Richard 
de, T., 3, 73; (38 Hen. III.), 12, 
222 ; Thomas le, 291 ; William de 
(7 Edw. II.), 291, 302; (12 Edw. 
II.), 14, 259. 

Oast, Kentish word for a hop-kiln, 7, 
303. 

Oates, Rev. Titus, 17, 290. 

Oberfiacht, contents of graves at, 8, 
249. 

O'Brien, Lady Catherine, 11, 199, 251, 
254, 263, 264, 269, 273, 275, 284, 
285 ; 17, 374, 376, 392 ; will, 11, 299- 
304 ; memoir, 294, 298. 

O'Brien (allied to Warde), 16, 136; 
Donatus, Lord, 11, 263, 269, 270, 
273, 297 ; 17, 392 ; Edward, 388 ; 
George, 11, 273, 296 ; Henry, Lord, 
263, 264, 273, 284, 294-6; 17, 
374; Katherine, H, 273; Mary 
273, 296, 297 ; William, Lord, 259. 

Ocholt, Dartford, 3, 249 ; see Knock- 
holt. 

Ockenden, Wm., 11, 112. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Ockley, Hawkhurst, 9, 260 n ; Manor, 
11,841. 

Octa, surnamed JEsc, reigns first in 

Northumbria, and afterwards in 

Kent, 8, 35. 
Octa, two of the name, 8, 33, 35. 
Ode, Alice, 15, 292 ; John, ib. 
Odeshole, see Hodsholl. 
Odiarne (Odyarne), Elizabeth, 18, 20, 

33; John, 26, 33 ; Mary, 14. 102; 

Stephen, 15, 86; Wm/(Odyernc), 

of Wittersham, 7, 236. 
Odilbalt, King of Frisia, 8, 31. 
Odo, Abbot <>f Battle, 9, 2-41. 
Odo, Bishop of Baieux, and Governor 

of Dover Castle, 4, 5, 23, 205 n ; 

6, 309 n; 13, 147, 186-8, 256, 

365; 16, 15,17. 
Odyld, John, of Great Chart, 8, 159. 
Odrmere, 13, 321-2. 
Odyerne, see Odiarne. 
Odynghain, John, 10, 245. 
OSa, King of Mercia, 13, 146, 349, 

367-8 ; his coins, 18, 316. 
Offaly, Henry, Lord, 11, 273, 297. 
Offerings at Becket's shrine, 13, 510-5, 

518-9, 526 ; at Becket's tomb, 504, 

506, 509-14, 518-9 ; at the " Martyr- 
dom," 510-1, 515, 518-9; at the 

" Corona," 511, 515, 518-9 ; at the 

Canterbury Lady Chapel in crypt, 

525-7, 518-9; at Becket's coat 

(Chlamt/s), 518-9. 
Offertories, in 1412-3, at Hythe church 

upon 26 Sundays, 10, 242, 245. 
Offeton (Affetune, Effeton, Offetane) 

at Old Romnev, 13, 365, 367-8. 
Offham, 12, 224, 225 ; 13, 367 ; fine 

of land in, 3, 222 ; manor, 10, 147 ; 

14, 245 ; church, 145, 245. 
Offham, John de, 3, 248 ; 12, 205. 
Offington, 13, 367. 
Offinton (Offynton), Stephen de, 11, 

331 333 
Offl'ey! William, W., 17, 203. 
Offord (Ufford), John de, Archbishop 

of Canterbury (1348-9), Chancellor, 

5, 25 ; Dean of Lincoln, 14, 326, 

336. 
Ofne, Annora de, 14, 256 ; John de 

(1271), 6, 245; John, 14, 256; 

Walter de, ib. 
Ofton, Nicholas (1522), 12, 421. 
Oglestone, Mr. (Minster Priory), 7, 

804. 
Okborne, Rev. John (1456), 16, 290. 
Okeland. Anne, 18. -1 ; I (hnatopher, ib. 
Okeley manors (Great and Little) in 

Higham, 10, 145. 
Okemanton, heirs of Robert de, 10, 

138. 



Okemere, manor, 10, 157 ; 11, 323. 
Okenfeilde, William, of St. Augus- 
tine's Abbey, Canterbury, 2, 58. 
Okested, Rowland de, 3, 144; Tho- 

masina, his daughter, ib. 
Okynfold, John (1522), 12, 425; 

Richard, ib. 
Okyntore, William de, 14, 189. 
Oldbeife, arms, 10, 40 ; Margaret, 

dau. of William and Maude, 41. 
Oldbury, near Ightham, 13, 249 ; 15, 

91-3,97; camp, 2, 2, 8; 9, liil j 16, 

13 ; Hill, 13, 138. 
Oldcastle, Sir John, Lord Cobham, 11, 

92-99, 101, 140; 13, 457. 
Oldfield, Mary, 18, 292. 
Oldfielde, a bellfounder at Canterbury, 

12, 38. 
Oldhall (Ealdehalle), manor, 10, 140; 

Walter de, ib. ; his daughter, ib. 
Oldman, Elizabeth, of Canterbury, 18, 

292. 
Old Market, Canterbury, near a branch 

of the Stour, 4, 42. 
Old Surrenden, Bethersden, 18, 70 ; 

the Chutes of, 16, 71 ; 18, 55. 
Olecumbe, see Ulcombe. 
Olever, Thomas, T., 3, 74. 
Oley, see Lunsforde. 
Oliff, Thomas, 14. 296. 
Oliver (Oliuer, Olyuer), Andrew, 12, 

388; Cecilia, 14, 266; Celestria, 

13,319; Elizabeth, 8, 154 ; George, 

12, 425 ; John, 14, 266 ; alias 

Myller, Joan, 18, 23; Rev. Dr. 

John, 14, 160, 166-7 ; William, of 

Alkham, 8, 101 ; William, 13, 319. 
Oliver, Edmund Ward, on Ruck- 

inge Wills, 13, 231-6. 
Olla, Roman, at Maidstone, 2, 147. 
Ollantigh (Wye), 5, 30; 8, 86; 14, 

175. 
Olme, William (1437), 10, 187. 
Olvf, Edward, 16, 318. 
Omen, Andrew, 16, 203, 204. 
Omer, Laurence, 11, 403. 
01113'ndene, in hundred of Badekeleghe, 

12, 221. 
Omyndene, Richard de, 12, 301. 
O'Neal, Daniel, 17, 296. 
Ongenthrow, King of the Swers, 10, 

34, 35. 
Onslow, Rev. Arthur, 16, 126 ; John, 

11, 250. 
Oolite stone, from Caen, used in old 

Roman and Norman architecture, 1, 

145-6. 
Opeland cum Ewcll and Offeham, 12, 

224. 
Oppidum, British and moated, near 

Staplehurst, 13, 492-3. 



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Oram, John, 13, 354. 

Oranges (a.d. 1648), 15, 180. 

Orange-Tree Inn, Dartford, 18, 312. 

Orchard, Lebbseus, 12, 277, 394; 
Sybell, 394, 3!»5. 

Ord, Harrv Gough, 18, 379 n ; Gene- 
ral W. R., 379 ». 

Ordeby, John, 10, 161. 

Ordenie, John, 10, 127. 

Ordemer, Rauff, churchwarden of All 
Saints, Canterbury, 8, 115. 

Orders, Holy, new mode (1641) of 
admission to, 2, 175. 

Ordinances of the Parliament (1643), 
2, 203. 

Ordingus, a landowner in Hartley, 6, 
216, 219. 

Ordmar, Cuparius, a tenant of William 
de Plunton, 8, 276 ; Eylnoth, God- 
frey, and Walter, his sons, 277. 

Ordricus, Barum, W., 8, 272. 

Oref or Cref, Simon, Rainham, 5, 272. 

Orfers (orfrey, aurifrigium), 7, 282. 

Organs, 8, 92 ; 9, xlvii, lvii, 226, 227, 
269 ; value of (1553), 14, 320-1. 

Organers, manor, 13, 461. 

Organistre, Richard, 12, 212. 

Orgarswich (or Ogareswick), 12, 211 ; 
13, 171, 184, 315, 317, 353, 368. 

Oriel College, H, 3, 278. 

Orkesdene, 12, 234. 

Orlestone (Orlanstone, Orlastone, Or- 
laustone, Orlawestone), 11, 3G7 ; 13, 
187 ; 14, 358 ; notes from the parish 
registers, 2, 89 ; manor, 10, 126 ; in- 
ventory of parish church goods, 
286 ; fines of lands in, 13, 295, 318 ; 
14, 249, 275, 280. 

Orlestone, Hugh de (1288), 13, 458; 
John, 12, 212; heirs of John de, 
10, 121, 122, 125, 128, 129; Mar- 
geria, 13, 319; Matilda de (1198), 

I, 264; Ralph de (1198), 264; 5, 
275 ; Eobert de, 10, 270 ; Sir Wm. 
de (1271), 6, 244; William de (20 
Edw. III.), 10, 121, 122, 125, 126, 
128, 129 ; (38 Hen. III.), 12, 208, 
212 ; (10 Edw. II.), 13, 319 ; arms 
of Wm. de, 15, 9. 

Orme, Mr. (1664), 18, 118. 

Ormonde, the Butlers, Dukes of, 10, 
20, 21. 

Orpington (Orpiuton, Orpynton), 10, 
278 ; 14, 229, 231, 356 ; 15, 181, 
197, 216, 220 ; 16, 106 ; 18, 279 ; 
inventory of parish church goods, 
10, 287 ; manor, 13, 374 ; popula- 
tion (1377), ib. ; fines of lands in, 

II, 323-4, 333; 12, 303; 13, 292, 
307, 320 ; 14, 250, 279 ; 15, 310 ; 
18, 346, 349. 



Orpington Church, 13, 374-381 ; 
rectors, 382-4; church tower, 18, 
384 ; church and priory, 12, xliii ; 
14, 145, 163. 
Orre, Itobert, 10, 227; Roger de, 
Mayor of Faversham, 222, 225, 
227 ; 14, 186-8, 190, 198 ; heirs of, 
195-6. 
Orreby, John de, 11, 339, 344; 13, 

299. 
Orrery, Roger Boyle, Earl of, 11, 300. 
Orstad, Norway, stone pillar, with 

Runes, 8, 205. 
Orwaldstone (Lydd), 13, 250. 
Osbarne, Gosselin, 15, 265, 301 ; Gun- 

celin, 285, 287 ; Margeria, 287. 
Osbert of Hougham (Hucham), W., 

4, 211. 
Osbert, son of Simon, 9, 287. 
Osbert, Master, W., 4, 210. 
Osbert, Vicar of Thurnham (1230), 2, 

32. 
Osborne, pedigree and arms, 5, 227 ; 
extracts from parish registers, 228, 
233 ; monuments, 229, 233 ; deeds 
and wills, 231. 
Osborne, Alice, 18, 30; Anne, 25; 
Elizabeth, 35 ; Henry, 30 ; John, 
28 ; his children, ib. ; Martin, 9, 201 ; 
Robert, 18, 28, 35 ; Lady Sophia, 
11, 273, 295 ; Stephen, 14, 383-4 ; 18, 
30; Thomas, 17, 54; William, 18, 25. 
Osborn's memorials of Queen Eliza- 
beth, 9, 119. 
Osbourne, Hamond, churchwarden of 

St. Margaret, Canterbury, 8, 120. 
Osebarn, John, labourer, 2, 127- 
Oseburn, John, of Dartford, 9, 289. 
Oseney Abbey, 14, 329. 
Osengal, see Ozingell. 
Oseward, William, 13, 318. 
Osgod, Radulf, W., 6, 203. 
Osmer the fuller, W., 6, 218, 219. 
Osmond, Richard, 9, 293. 
Ospringe (Ospreng, Osprenges), 10, 
137, 230, 236; 11, 366, 382, 400; 
12,217, 218; 13, 345-8; 14, 188, 
201 ; 15, 123 ; 18, 47 ; riots, 
T., 3, 75, 90; the ruridecanal chap- 
ter of, 4, 212 ; John II. of France 
at, 6, 46 ; Roman remains, 9, lxxii ; 
manor, 163 ; Prince Edward at 
(1305), 10, 223, 231 ; fines of lands 
in, 11, 322 ; 12, 290, 293, 294, 295 ; 
13, 292, 295, 297, 318; 14, 250; 
15, 280, 282, 289, 300, 302 ; 18, 
337, 346, 351. 
Ospringe Church, 9, lxxii ; 14, 387 ; 
inscription in, 4, 269 ; 5, 242 ; ex- 
tracts from parish registers, 4, 273 ; 
5, 241. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Ospringe, Denton alias Plumford in, 

2, 248 n, 292. 
Ospringe, Domus Dei or Maison Dieu 

9, lxxiii ; had Trianstone (1252), 2 
306; Master of, 3, 261; 10, 117 
124, 136, 141; 12, 205, 211, 232 
296. 

Ospringe and Plumworth, grants from 

Robert de Rokesle to prior of Mod 

ingtoa in (1236). 2, 292. 
Ospringe, Gervase de (1195-6), 1, 233 

Guncelin de, 3, 226 ; Henry de 

(1195-6), 1, 233 ; Henry de, W,, 6 

308 ; John de, 12, 204 ; Stephen de 

11, 366 ; Thomas de (1199), 2, 242 
Ossa, Cardinal Gauceline, 15, 224. 
Ossory, Edward, Bishop of, 13, 448 

Lord, 11, 275. 
Ost, Alice, 9, 294; John, 90, 296 

Walter, 90, 294 ; William, ib. 
Osterman (Ostreman), Matilda, 14 

201 ; Walter, 10, 223, 230 ; 14, 198 

201 ; Walter le, 198. 
Ostermannys, Matilda, 10, 230. 
Osthofen, brooch with runes, 8, 231. 
Ostinghanger (Ostrynghangre), fine, 

11J327; knight's fee in (38 Hen. 

III.), 12,212, 213. 
Ostinghanger alias Westinghanger, 

manor, 10, 128. 
Ostrea Bellovacina, 1, 138. 
Ostrogotha, fifth in descent from Geat, 

defeats Emperor Decius, 8, 22. 
Oswald, St., church of, at Paddlesworth, 

10, xlix, li. 

Oswardstone, borough in Langport 

hundred, 12, 211 ; 13, 353 ; fine of 

land in (1200), 2, 252. 
Oswini, a charter of, 3, 23. 
Oswulf, Duke, his legacies to priories 

of Clirist Church, Dover, Folkestone, 

and Lyminge, 3, 23 ; 9, 214. 
Oterpleghe, see Otterplay. 
Oterpole, 12. 212. 
Otford (Otteford), 14, 239, 342-3 ; 15, 

91, 229, 230, 256, 261, 268, 378-9; 

extent of the royal manor of (a.d. 

1573), 5, 327; Danes at, 9, 139; 

minor, 10, 149; brief for, 14. L82 : 

fines of lands in, 11, 325, 344; 15, 

287, 2'.i5 ; 18. 346, 348. 
Otford, Humphrey de, 9, 295. 
Otford Palace, rebuilt by VTarham, 

and resigned byCranmerto Henry 

VIII., 1,11. 
Otham (Ottebam), 12, 231 ; 15,5,16, 

20, 28; 18. 36; manor, 10, 143; 

fine, 13, 294; Peter de, 12, 199, 

232. 
Othin, a moneyer at York, 8, 46. 
Otho,the Pope's legate (1264), 16, 29. 



Otlev, Christian, 18, 39; Matthew, ib. 

Otringbury, 11, 330. 

Ott, Dr. J. H., 9, 179. 

Otterbury (Atterbury), Joan, 18, 16; 

John, ib. 
Otter ham Key or Quay, 17, 153. 
Otterden (Osteringgedene, Otering- 

den, Otringdene, Otteringdene, Ot- 

teryngton), 12, 230-1; 18, 40; 

manor, 11, 253; Hall Place, 256; 

fine of land in, 320. 
Otterden, Joan de, 11, 320; John de, 

18,443; Lawrence de, 10. 143; 11, 

320; Robert de (1263), 3, 264; 

Rauf de, 10, 143 ; Stephen de, 14, 

247, 260; Thomas, T., 3, 74 bis; 

William de, 12, 231. 
Otterplay, 12, 216; alias Great Otter- 
play, manor, 10, 133. 
Otterpole, mauor, 10, 127. 
Ottinge, early masonry at, 4, 124. 
Ottings, William de, curator {i.e. 

curate in charge) of Elham in 1324, 

10, 52. 
Otto, Prince of Hesse, 13, 143. 
Otwey, Peter (1522), 12, 427. 
Oudenard, Gerard, 13, 295 ; Sara, ib. 
Ouusted, Richard, 18, 32; Thomas, 

ib. ; AVilliam, ib. 
Outon, Richard, 17, 29. 
Outred alias Bridges, Mary, 18, 30. 
Outredd alias Railton, Cicilie, 18, 17. 
Ovenden, Robt., of Cranbrook, 11, 

400; William, of Canterbury, 17, 

123, 127. 
Ovenden (Owenden), Nicholas, 12, 

389. 
Ovene (Ouene), John de, T., 3, 89; 

John de, 15, 278; Margeria, 278; 

Nicholas, W., 5, 79; AVilliam de, 

15, 293. 
Ovenhamme, borough in Oxney hun- 
dred, 12, 211 ; 13, 353. 
Ovenhill, fines of lands in, 1, 235, 271. 
Overland, manor, 1, 6, 7 ; 10, 131 ; 

fines of land in, 11, 311 ; 14, 270; 

knight's fee in (38 Hen. III.), 12, 

213. 
Overle, Thos. de, 11, 341. 
Overs, allied to Dering, 10, 345. 
Overy Street, Dartford, 13, 111 ; "Id 

road at, 18, 311. 
Overy (Overey), Guy de, 18- 64; 

John, of Hartley. 9. 266; Michael 

(1433), 10, 321 ; Richard (1522), 

12. 427 ; Thomas. 123, 
Overy (Owery), Symon, 12, 390. 
Ovington, Thomas (1463), 10, 250, 

251, 254. 
Ovyng. John (1378). 14, 162-3. 
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16, 49; John, 14, 93; Professor, 
13, 169 ; Richard, 14, 60 ; Susanna, 

17, 207; Serjeant Thomas (1(300), 
203; Walter, 15, 251; William, 
14,197. 

Owlett, Robert (1522), 12,427. 

Owre, Bo} r s, Mayor of Eaversham, 9, 
lxix ; 10, 227. 

Owteide, Martin, 9, 201. 

Owtred, John, 18, 17 ; Maria, 331 ; 
William, ib. ; see Outred. 

Oxe, Wm., 12, 234. 

Oxefrid, Allington (1196), 1, 235. 

Oxenbridge family, 4, 120 ; allied to 
Dering', 10, 327. 

Oxenbridge (Oxenbrigge, Oxunbrege), 
Jerram, 14, 298; Tbomas, 13, 321. 

Oxenden, arms and pedigree, 6, 277 ; 
monogram of Henry Oxenden, ib.; 
seal, 283 ; extracts from registers, 
278 ; Oxenden impaling Parker, 
284; wills, ib. ; seal of Henry Ox- 
enden, of Heme, 288 ; seal and 
autograph of Henry Oxenden, of 
Barham, ib. 

Oxenden, allied to Dalison, 15, 402; 
Elizabeth, dau. of Sir James, 389, 
402 ; Elizabeth, wife of Sir James, 

18, 69; Sir George, 5, 110 and 
n; James, 16, 55; Sir James, 

9, 33 n; 15, 389, 402; 17, 369; 
18, 69 ; John, of Wingham, 7, 236 ; 
John. 14, 160 ; Master, 311 ; 
Mr., 4, 138 ; Prior Richard de. 18. 
170; William, of Wingham (1574), 

10. 199. 

Oxenden, of Brome Park, 17, 260. 
Oxenford. Rev. John (1402), 13, 444. 
Oxenhoath, 15, 190, 196, 387-8, 390 ; 

derivation of, 9, 82; manor, 10, 

149 ; 16, 64, 65 ; 17, 353; borough, 

17, 363. 
Oxenhoath, residence of T. Stanley, 17, 

353, 362, 364. 
Oxerode, 12, 214; manor, 10, 131. 
Oxerode, Andrew de (1271), 6, 245; 

Andreas de. 12, 214. 
Oxford, 13, 81, 129, 155; 14, 72. 

132, 1G0, 164, 166-8, 332-3, 342-3, 

355-6; 15, 31-37,42, 219, 223, 228- 

9, 240-6, 248, 259, 359; life in 

(1636), 17, 356-9. 
Oxford, Countess of (Isabel Bolebec), 

5, 287 ; Earl of, 10, 123. 135, 136, 

138. 
Oxford, crypt beneath St. Peter's in 

East, 13, 25, 31. 
Oxford Gazette, H, 278. 
Oxford, provisions of, 5, 142, 146, 

166. 
Oxford, treaty at (1642), 2, 195. 



Oxford University, Chancellor of 
(1371), 14, 121, 127. 

Oxfordshire, briefs fur places in. 14, 
182-4, 207-8. 210-2, 214, 218, 220. 

Oxlev, Edward, 18, 16; Elizabeth 
(1673), 14, 76; Richard, 18, 16 
Robert, 16 ; Solomon. 16, 98. 

Oxney (Oxeney, Oxne). 10- 121. 125 
12" 235; 13, 197, 352-3, 355; 15 
236; watch at. 8- 309, 310; hun 
dred, 10, 125; 11, 367; 12, 210- 
11 ; manor, 10, 121 ; fine relating 
to, 11, 329; population in 1377, 
13. 373. 

Oxney, John, 15. 236. 

Oxsted, 14, 153. 

Oxtegh', xMatilda, 14, 252; Stephen 
de, ib. 

Oylet-holes for firearms (in walls and 
castles), 9, cix. 

Oylly, Reginald de, W., 6, 207. 

Oysel, Walter, Canterbury (1251), 2, 
303. 

Oysters, 9, 113, 136; 15, 171, 180; 
from Gillingham (1578), 2, 77 ; un- 
opened, found in an Anglo-Saxon 
cemetery, 7, 310. 

Oystreman, Thomas, 10, 230; 14, 
186. 

Ozingell (or Osengal), 5, 308 ; 12, 
330, 334, 335 ; Saxon antiquities at, 
1, 44 ; Saxon ornaments from, 315 ; 
balances, weights, and coins dis- 
covered at, 6, 161, 166 ; human re- 
mains from, 18, 334. 



Paable, Simon, 13, 121. 

Paache, Peter (1522), 12, 421. 

" Pa-age," or passage-money, a tax on 

travellers at Rochester, 6, 109. 
Paas, or Pace stone, what, 2, 114. 
Paas, Baldwin, 11, 347 ; Johanna, ib. 
Pac, Richard (1269), 5, 300. 
Pacchyng, Thos., 11, 371. 
Pacehurst, John, T., 4, 80. 
Pack and Chapman, bell-founders, 17, 

54; 18, 392. 
Pack, John (1658), 17, 324. 
Packe family, 15, 367. 
Packmanstone (Pakemanstone), 7, 

333 ; held by Simon and Matilda de 

Criol, 5, 298. 
Packnam, Mr., 10, cxxiii. 
Paddlesworth (Padelsworth, Palle- 

dwde), by Lyminge, 10, 147 ; 13, 

115, 414; church, xlix ; chalice, a.d. 

1578, li ; inventory of parish church 

goods, 287. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Paddlesworth, by Snodland, 11, 345, 

351; 13, 558; by Woldham, 12, 

225. 
Paddlesworth (Palledwde), Mathewde 

(Chilham), 3,220, 221. 
Paddock Wood, formerly Parrocks, in 

Twyford Hundred, 13, 128. 
Pade, William le, 13. 289. 
Padeham, Thomas, 17, 80. 
Padnall alius Garden, Alice, 18, 21. 
Paeonian lake-dwellings described by 

Herodotus, 4, 40. 
Pagan burials distinguished from 

Christian, 2, 145; mode of, 13, 

414-5; 18, 315. 
Page, Adam, 14, 197 ; George, 18, 28 

Henry, of Faversham, 9, lxvi 

Humfrey, of Elmstead, 8, 147 

John, 16, 220 ; William, 13, 310 

Sir William (1624), 17, 173; Rev. 

William (Dartford, 1390), 18, 394. 
Page alias Wilkins, Elizabeth, 18, 28. 
Paget, allied to Dering, 10, 337 ; Lord 

(1553), 14, 14; William, 11, 245. 
Pagham, recluse at, 11, 36. 
Paie, William (1263), 4, 313. 
Paige, John, 11, 296-7. 
Paine, Alice, 11, lvii ; Margaret, ib. 
Painforir, Folquinus, W., 6, 191 ; see 

Peyforer. 
Painted : -panels (1672), at Sandwich, 

15, 142-7; window-splays at Frinds- 

burv, 331. 
Pake, "William, 15, 397. 
Pakenham, 10, 124 ; John de, 16, 35 ; 

tee Packnam. 
Pakk, John (1522), 12, 426 ; William, 

425 ; see Paache. 
Pakker, John, 10, 117. 
Pakkere, John le, 12, 205. 
Pakmanston, manor of, granted to Sir 

P. de Leybourne, 7, 333. 
Pakynton, Archdeacon Wm. de, 18, 

443. 
Palaeolithic implements, found in West 

Kent, by F. C. J. Spurrell, 15, 89- 

103; distinction between palaeolithic 

and neolithic implements, 18, 304-6. 
Palatinate, brief for Protestants in the 

(1709), 14, 213. 
Palatine, Prince Charles Lewis, 

Elector, receives the Garter from 

Philipot, 10, xciii. 
Palatine the Prince, mentioned in the 

will of Frances, Duchess of Lenox 

and Richmond, H, 249. 
Paler alias Parmer, Dorothy, 18, 29. 
Palestre in Wittersliam, 10, 125; 13, 

L97, 353; 15, 2; boro' of, 12, 211 ; 

manor of. 18, 844. 
Palestre, James de, 10, 125 ; 11, 367 ; 



John de, and Sara his wife, 18, 344 ; 

heirs of Philip de, 12, 211. 
Palgrave, Sir Francis, on the word 

" Proctor, " 6, 53 n. 
Palley, Rev. Thomas, B.A., 13, 412. 
Palm Sunday and palms, 9, 91. 
Palmeh, Rev. C. F. R., on the Black 

Friars of Canterbury, 13, 81-96. 
Palmer, 14, 1 ; allied to Dering, 10, 

338 ; Alexander, of Burgham, and 

Johanna, 18, 348 ; Bethia, 14, 382 ; 

Emma, 18, 352 ; Sir Henry, 1, 203 ; 

9, 38 n ; 14, 381, 387 ; Henry (1582), 

10, cxiv ; Herbert, 14, 382, 387-8 ; 
John, of Dymehurch, 8, 143; John 
(bell-founder), 9, 199; 14, 114, 
171 ; John, of Romney Marsh, 17, 
230; John, senior and junior, 18, 
352 ; Rev. John, 14, 168 ; Justice, 
18, 216 ; Mrs., 14, 64; Reginald, a 
carter, 2, 126 ; Richard (1460), 10, 
321; Dr. Richard, 14, 168; Rev. 
Robert, 16, 96 ; Roger de, 11, 354 ; 
12, 303 ; Sir Thomas (of Wingham), 
5, 90, 93 ; (1656), 113 ; 9, 38 n ; 14, 
381-2, 388; 17, xl ; Thomas, H, 
396, 397 ; 13, 296 ; 14, 160 ; Capt. 
Thos., 10, cxx ; Rev. Thomas, 15, 
364; William (1263), 3, 257; Wil- 
liam, of Hythe, 10, 244, 249. 

Palote, Agnes, 13, 300; Thomas, ib. 
Pamphlett, Daniel, 12, 389. 
Pancake, Luke (1522), 12, 422. 
Pankas, John, 14, 296. 
Pankhurst, Elizabeth, 17, 290; Ste- 
phen, 367. 
Pannel Bridge, 1, 102. 
Pannell, Henry, 12, 389; John, ib. 
Panni, i.e. sheets of lead ; see lead, 2, 

128. 
Pannonia, the Vandals in, 8, 23. 
Pan Rock (Whitstable), 17, 153-160. 
Panton, Goodman, 17, 115 ; Rev. John 

(1545), 16, 290; William, a carter, 

2, 126. 
Pantrv, John, 12, 390. 
Pape, Juliana, H, 321 ; Walter, ib. 
Papal privilege to Englishmen, 7, 220. 
Paper, Royal (real), 1368, 2, 118. 
Paper-hangings, early mention of, 7, 

290. 
Paradise, a chamber in Precincts at 

Canterbury, 7,119, 133; Little, a 

tower in Dover Bay, 280. 
Paramore, Henry, 12, 392, 397, 400; 

John, of Iokham, 14, 118; Thomas, 

12, 20, 23, 400 ; 15, 365 ; (of Ford- 

wich), 18, 89. 
Paramore alias Milna, Mary, 18, 18. 
Paramores of Hemp Hall, Fordwich, 

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Parcarius, William Smethe (1246), 2, 
293. 

Parchment for accounts, 2, 121. 

Parco, William de, Rucking (1250), 
2, 301 ; William de (38 lien. III.), 
12, 228. 

Pardons to Kentish insurgents, T., 4, 
70, 79, 83. 

Parhtt, John, 18, 25, 30 ; Mary, 30. 

Parham, Rev. Thomas, 13, 464. 

Paris massacre (1572), alluded to, 4, 
186. 

Paris, Elias, 12, 295; Gilbert de, 15, 
308 ; Johanna, 308 ; Rev. John, of 
Trin. Col. Cam., 18, 239 ; Lora de, 
11, 316; Peter, 4, 246 ; Stephen de, 
11, 316 ; William, 12, 295. 

Paris, plaster of, used in 1368 at Ro- 
chester Castle, 2, 128, 130. 

Parish church goods in Kent, a.d. 
1552, 8, 74 ; inventories of, 75 ; 9, 
266; 10, 282; 11, 409; 14, 290; 
commissions for taking them, 77 ; 
their object, 77, 81 ; names of Com- 
missioners, 85-87 ; summary of in- 
ventories, 88 ; plate, 88 ; crosses and 
candlesticks, 89 ; bells, 90 ; eagle 
lecterns, 91 ; organs, 92 ; books, 92 ; 
vestments, 93 ; altar cloths, 96 ; palls, 
97 ; font cloth, 98 ; banner cloths, 
98 ; pulpit cloths, 98 ; inventories, 
99. 

Parish priests, poverty of, in the Mid- 
dle Ages, 8, 61 and n. 

Parish Registers on parchment (1597), 
9, 200 ; Burn's History of, 200. 

Parish, John, 16, 210. 

Parkar, John, Parson of Newenden, 
4, 112. 

Parke, Germinus atte (1268), 5, 295; 
Richard, 3, 179 ; see atte Parke. 

Parker, Matthew, Archbishop of Can- 
terbury, 1559-1575, 14, 130, 356; 

15, 240-1 ; restores Canterbury 
Palace, 7, 39 ; receives Queen Eliza- 
beth at Folkestone, 10, cxiji ; repre- 
sentation of, in the frontispiece of 
the Bishop's Bible (1569), 11, 22. 

Parker, Edmund, (Cheriton, 1743-70), 
18, 367 ; Sir Edmund, " Salary 
Priest," Dartford (1545), 387. 

Parker, Edward, a late Incumbent at 
Dartford, a pensioner, 2, 62 ; Ed- 
ward, 18, 18, 33; Elys, 1522, 12, 
422. 

Parker, James, 18, 33 ; John, a con- 
stable of Wye hundred, T., 3, 83 ; 
John, 11, 156; 14, 131,275; 18, 

16, 17, 434. 

Parkeh, Mr. John Henby, C.B., his 
theory of pre-Norman buildings, 5, 



2 ; describes Old Sore, 9, lvi ; the 
Mote, lvii ; Bodiham Castle, cxvi ; 
his opinion on Reculver Church, 
12. 264-6 ; letter relating to Crypt 
of Canterbury Cathedral, 13, 27-33. 

Parker, Jolan, 18, 17 ; Margaret, 
12, 395 ; Richard (1522), 422 ; 
(1616), 14, 225; Robert, 10, 190; 
12, 422 ; 14, 304 ; 15, 270, 272 ; 
Rev. Samuel, 14, 131-2; 16, 90; 
Thos., 11, 410 ; 12, 395, 397 ; 18, 
16, 17. 

Parker, allied to Manning, 6, 274 ; 
William, churchwarden of All 
Saints, Canterbury, 8, 115; Wil- 
liam, 12, 390; 18, 17; {alias 
Thomas), Alice, 17. 

Park House, Maidstone, 1, 163. 

Parkhurst (Parkehurst), Elizabeth, 
18, 36 ; James, 36 ; Mr. (Can- 
terbury), 7, 192, 193 ; Richard 
(1532), 10, 56, 57, 197 ; 11, 401 ; 

16, 175. 

Parleben, Robert (1263), 3, 253. 

Parlebyen, Ralph, 11, 129. 

Parlh', AVilliam (1269), 5, 300. 

Parliament, the court of equity, temp. 
Edw. III., 1, 125 ; bill for per- 
petuating (1641), 197 ; committee 
from, attend assizes, and ask to sit 
on bench at Maidstone (1642), 2, 
181-4 ; instructions to, propounded 
by the Royalists at Maidstone, and 
taken to the King at York (1642), 
186, 187 ; the King's proclamation 
from Oxford against complying with 
Parliament (1643), 197, 198; how 
they raised money (1643), 200 ; 
arbitrary proceedings and spoliations 
(1643), 200, 201; their grinding 
taxation, exempting themselves 
(1643), 202, 215, 219; establish the 
excise (1643), 210 ; discontent of 
people against (1647), 213; the 
Long, its severity with Royalists, 4, 
184 n ; members paid (t. Hen. VI.), 

17, 18. 

Parliamentary Committee men (1642), 
their corruption, 4, 173 ; their 
trickery, 189 ; their plea of con- 
science, 194. 

Parliamentary forces in extremity, 3, 
149. 

Parloure, or Locutorium, in Priory, 7, 
28 and n. 

Parmenter (Parmentar), Alex., 9, 290 ; 
Gunilda, 4, 274; Rev. John, 13, 
464 ; 14, 274 ; Robert, 4, 274 ; Wil- 
liam, a captain of Kent, 7, 243 ; 
William, 14, 301. 

Parnelle, i.e. Petronilla, 11, 376-7. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Parpeincoin8 of stone (Perpentcoins), 
in Rochester Cagtle (1368), 2, 127, 
129, 130 bis ; what they are, 114. 

Parre, Edward, 15, 397, 

Parrock, 10, 1«, 150; 11, xliv, lv ; 

12, 223 ; family connected with the 
Peckhams, 15, 12, 13. 

Parrocks, manor, now Paddock Wood, 

13, 127-8. 

Parrott, John, 18, 19 ; Margaret, ib. 
Parry, David, 18, 30 ; Dr., preaches at 

Rochester, 6, 56 ; Dr. Edward, 18, 

382 ; Margaret, 22 ; Henry, 22 ; 

Rev. Dr. Henry, 16, 124; Mr. 

(1G59), 17, 329; (1666), 18, 126; 

Thomas, 30; Walter, of Eltham 

(1612), 213. 
Parrys, Win, of Hothfield, 11, 402. 
Parshall, Ralph, Yicar of Thornham, 

18, 249. 
Parsons, Hellen, 18, 19. 
Parson, Henry and William (Hawk- 
hurst), 5, 85 ; John, senior, of 

Rochester, 10, 292; Stephen, 13, 

86. 
Parsons, Rev. Philip {Monuments in 

100 Churches of E. Kent), 14, 113 ; 

Robert, 18, 19 ; Lieut. Thomas, 14, 

383. 
Part, John, of Sandwich, 18, 339. 
Parterigg, Henry, 15, 233. 
Partheriche, Mr., a commissioner for 

Dover Haven, 10, cxiv. 
Partico, de, see Per'che. 
Partrich, Alan, 12, 302; 13, 293; 

Richard, 12, 302 ; 13, 293 ; Thomas 

(1263), 3, 254; 4,312. 
Partriche, Sir Miles. 14, 51. 
Partrick, Anselm. 13, 86. 
Partridge, allied to Godfrey, 13, 440 ; 

Andrew, 9, 201 ; Edward, 14, 179 ; 

Sir Edward (1642), 2, 181 ; Henry, 

5,115; Mary, 13, 440 ; William, 11, 

390; 14, 179; 
Parvise, at St. Nicholas, Thanet, 12, 

25. 
Parys, Robert (1513), 17, 25. 
Pascal, John, Bishop of Llandaff, 15, 

227. 
Pasfora, Osbertus, 10, I. 
Pashley (Passele, Passeley, Passleawe, 

Passley), family seat at Ticehurst, 

10, 231 ; 15, 125 ; arms, 10, 265; 

11, 897; family, 310; Edmund de, 
9, 246, 260 ; 10, 125, 225-7, 231-2 ; 
11, 329, 330; 12, 299; 13, 368; 

14, 189, 191, 201, 244, 260 ; 15, 
368 ; 18. 844 ; Elena, H, 334 ; 
Joceus, 334; John (1465), 10, 257, 
258; John, 15, 293; Sir John, H, 
397 ; Margaret, 14, 200- 1 ; Mar- 



garet de, 18, 344; Margareta, 10, 
231 ; Robert de, 14, 201 ; Thomas 
de, 10, 125, 231; 18, 344; Wm., 
15, 293. 

Passage, denned, 9, lxv n. 

Passemer, Agnes, 14, 265 ; Humphrey, 
13, 301 ; Matilda, 12, 305 ; Simon, 
ib. ; William, 14, 265. 

Passenger, Capt. Wm., 14, 227. 

Passhe, Rev. Ric. (1558), 13, 478. 

Passion Plays in Kent, 13, 216-226 ; 
17, 28-9. 

Paston, Mr., 15, 165; Sir William, 
176; 18, 158. 

Patcham, 15, 247-8. 

Pate, William, 14, 195. 

Pate alias Hickes, Alice, 18, 38. 

Pateney, Rev. John de, 13, 426. 

Pateric, Eudo (1198), 1, 258; 5, 267. 

Pateshill (Pateshull, Patishull, Pate- 
sill), Joan de (1320), 2, 137 ; Simon 
de, a judge (1196), 1, 230-275; 
(1199), 2, 239 et seq. ; Walter de 
(1320), 2, 137, 

Pathe, Richard, a setter-mason, 2, 
123-4. 

Patinden, Cecilia, 14, 248; William de, 
ib. 

Patric, John (1199), 2, 243. 

Patricksbourne (Patrixbourne, Pat- 
rickesbourne, Patrykesbourne), 2, 
234 ; 9, 187 ; 10, 118 ; 12, 203, 
204 ; 18, 22 ; extracts from parish 
registers, 4, 252 ; Saxon graves at, 6, 
329, 331 ; 10, 298 ; Canons of, 12, 
203, 289 ; fines of lands in, 11, 328, 
356 ; 13, 309 ; 14, 241, 258, 270 ; 
15, 301 ; 18, 347. 

Patricksbourne, Church, 14, xlvii, 170- 
180 ; Courtlodge, 177 ; vicars of, 177, 
180. 

Patrik, Eudo, 5, 267. 

Pattemelle, Alice, 15, 285 ; Thomas, ib. 

Pattenden, Mr. (1660), 17, 339, 348. 

Pattenson, allied to Dering, 13, 438. 

Pattison (Pateson, Patysonne), allied 
to Oxenden, 6, 280 ; Richard, of 
Canterbury, 17, 119, 122, 124-6, 
130. 

Patynsou, Rev. Robert, 13, 385. 

Paul the Clerk, W., 6, 202. 

Paul III., Pope, 4, 47. 

Pauli, Dr., on the poet Gower, 6, 92, 
93. 

Paulinus, Bp. of Rochester (633-644), 
on founding basilica of Nola, 3, 19 ; 
shrine of, at Rochester, 6, 45 ; for- 
merly Bp. of York, 18, 262 ; site of 
his grave, 263 ; relics removed, ib. 

Paul's Cray, see St. Paul's Cray. 

Paulyn (Panrlyn), John (1566), 17, 



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209 



121 ; Mabilla, 15, 273 ; Michael, 12, 
388 ; Richard, ib. ; Rev. Robert, 
Brookland (1314-5), 13, 486; Tho- 
mas, 12, 377 ; 15, 273. 

Paulz, allied to Osborne, 5, 229. 

Paving tiles from Frittenden Church, 
9, 203. 

Pavy, Alice, 14, 263 ; Henry, 262 ; 
John, 263 ; Margaret, 262. 

Pavforer, see Peyforer. 

Payler, Rev. Wm. (1813), 14, 180. 

Payne, George, Esq., F.S.A., F.L.S., 
on Roman coffin at Bex Hill, 9, 
164 ; on Roman Cemetery at East 
Hall, near Sittingbourne, 10, 178- 
183 ; on Roman interment at Sit- 
tingbourne, 11, 48 ; on Roman 
remains at Milton, 12, 428; on 
Celtic remains discovered at Milton, 
13, 122-126 ; on Roman remains 
found at Chatham and Banning. 
168-70 ; on a Roman building at 
Boxted, near Halstow, 15, 104-7; 
on a Roman Cemeterj' at Westbere, 
318-20 ; on Roman interments at 
Bayford, 16, 1-8; on Roman leaden 
coffin, 9-11 ; on Roman coffin at 
Plumstead, 17, liv, 10; on potters' 
marks, 1 53 ; on a Roman statue, 
etc., in Dover Museum, 18, 202-5 ; 
on a bronze ligula at Hartford, 206 ; 
on a Roman ring found at Milton, 
207 ; his archaeological map of Kent, 
195 ; Minor communications , 9, 
lxxxvi, 300; 15, 74, 129, 317, 356. 

Payne, Ambrose (Canon of Winghani 
in 1511), 14, lii ; George, of Breneh- 
ley, 13, 139; of London, 137-9; 
Henry, mason, 2, 123 ; Humphrey 
(silversmith), 17, 241; John, of 
Mereworth, 7, 261 ; John (t. Hen. 
IV.), 10, 247; (1522), 12, 423; 
(1524), 14, 341 ; John (silversmith), 
17, 302 ; Martin (20 Edw. III.), 10- 
128; (c. 1347), 13, 418; Peter, 
mason, 2, 123 ; Dame Philadelphia, 
16, HO; Robert (1263), 4, 311; 
Rev. Robert (1709), 18, 430 ; Roger, 
11, 268, 270; 17, 374-6, 383-5; 
Thomas, 2, 60; (1522), 12, 426; 
William, 12, 389, 423, 425. 

Paynel, John, 10, 133; Ralph (1246), 
2, 294. 

Paynter, Alington (1663), 17, 173 ; 
Robert, of Canterbury, 8, 124. 

Paynters, manor in Ospriu^e, 13, 348. 

Payntre, Mr. (1631), 15, 394. 

Payton, see Peyton. 

Peace, Mrs., li, 291. 

Peachy of Petsworth, 13, 122-3; Sir 
James, 122, 
VOL. XIX. 



Peacock, Mr., his " English Church 
"Furniture " cited, 8, 95. 

Peacocke, Richard, 18, 220. 

Peada, coin of, with Runes, 8, 171. 

Peak, allied to Dering, 10, 317. 

Peake, Mr. (1G60), 17, 339; Thomas, 
W., 207. 

Pearce, Abdias, 12, 389; Alice, 18, 
38; John, ib.; Margaret, 38, 39; 
Robert, 12, 390 ; William, 18, 38, 
39. 

Pearce, Zachary, Bishop of Rochester 
(1760), 13, 166 ; 17, 68. 

Pearce (alias Butler), Frances, 18. 
38. 

Pearce (alias Hall), Anna, 18, 39. 

Peard, George (M.P.), of the Inner 
Temple (1642), 1, 213; 2, 179. 

Pearman, Rev. A. J., 16, 95 

' 17, 65, 204; on the Kentish 
family of Lovelace, 10, 184-200 
on Bethersden and its Church, 16 
66-98; on Rainham Church, 17 
49-65 ; on the Chutes of Bethersden 
and Hinxhill, 18, 55. 

Pearman, Rev. M. T., on villenage in 
Kent, 12, 283 ; information as to 
Staplehurst Registers, 9, 200. 

Pearse, allied to Oxenden, 6, 280. 

Pearson, J. L., R.A., 18, 261, 262 «; 
Richard, 15, 270 ; Mary, brief for, 
14, 208. 

Peasmarsh, 14, 100. 

Peavincompe, Thomas de (1271), 6, 
237. 

Pebworth (alias Stowell), Anthony, 
7, 281. 

Pecchyng, John, 18, 403 n. 

Pecham^John (1433), 10, 321. 

Pechaunt, Richard, 4, 229, 233. 

Peche, of Lullingstone, Canon Scott 
Robertson on, 16, 227-40 ; Pedigree, 
238; tombs of, 102-6; arms, 11, 
395; 16, 102-3; Ann (nee Elm- 
brygge), 16, 230, 231 ; Elizabeth, 
104, 229; Elizabeth (nee Scroope), 
103, 112, 236, 237; Florence (nee 
Chicheley), 229 ; Gilbert, 12, 208 ; 
Gilbert de, 16, 227; Jane, 230; 
John, T., 3, 70; John (ob. 1380), 
16, 101, 111, 227 ; arms of Sir John 
(^.Hen. VII.), 11, 395; Sir John (ob. 
1440), 16, 112, 230 ; Sir John (ob. 
1522), 99, 105, 107, 112, 232-8; Sir 
John, will of, 235 n; Sir William, 
112, 228-30 ; Sir William (ob. 1488), 
101, 102, 230, 231 ; Sir William, will 
of, 231 n ; widow of Sir William, 17, 
39. 

Pechel, Hamo, 15, 309; Johanna, ib. ; 
John, ib. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. XVIII. 



Pechherst. 15, 298. 

Pechy, Lady Elizabeth, 11, 402. 

Peck, Anthony, 18, 20 ; Rev. Francis 
(Saltvrood, 1674), 130; Mary, 20. 

Peckatt, W. (artist, 1754), 16,100. 

Pecke, William de i 1236), 2 292. 

Peckham, H, 325 ; 14. 83 ; 15, 9, 12, 
20:? ; 17, 321—349 ; 18, 17 ; brief for, 
14. 183, 209. 

Peckham, East, 7, 234; 12, 229; 14, 
L68, 373 : zealots for the Parliament 
there (1642), 2. 193; fine of land in. 
14. 296. 

Peckham, Little, 15, 191-2; manor of, 
10. 152. 

Peckham, Upper, fine of land in. 11, 
334. 

Peckham, We<t. 12, 229; 13. 138; 
15- 193, 19U-8, 201, 204, 214. 380, 
386-9;16.64 ; 17, 321-349, 353-372; 
fines of lands in. 3. 212 ; H, 340. 

Peckham, West, John dr. 12. 22:1. 

Peckham, Archbishop, 4, 46 ; 13, oil ; 
15- 222, 379; receives homage at 
Lyminge,4, 125; 18. 50; constitu- 
tions, 9, 183; at Lyminge, 217; 
(.'anon of L\ 011s, 241: his enquiry 
concerning All Saints. Lvdd.13,427. 

Peckham (Pekham, Pekkam), allied to 
Lovelac. 10. 11)0. 19:'.. 207, 210; 
Edmund, 11, 398; James de. T., 3, 
69; seal of . lames de (49 Edw. III.), 
113; (13 Ric. II.), ib. ; James, of 
Yaldham, 4, 100 n ; James de. 10, 
323 ; 11, 395 ; 15, 11 ; John de, W.. 
3. 272 : Johnde (20 Edw. III.), 10, 
150; (38 Hen. III.), 12, 229; 
arm- ..I' John do. 15. 1 1 ; Katherine, 
10, 125; Lora, 193, 207, 216; 
Margery do. 11. 338; 15, 377; 
.Martin de, 10,150; .Matilda de, 11, 
337 ; Peter de. 14, 259 ; Richard, of 
Murston, 11, 399; Walter, 15, 
222, 259; William. 11, 395. 

Pock, Alan, a juror (1251), 2- 304. 

Pecunia numerata, what, 1, 3. 
IVd.lor. -Mr., at Springhead, 18, INS. 
Pedding, Canonry at Win-ham. 14, H, 

162, L65. 
Pedding (Peddying, Pedinge), Con- 

Btance do. li, 358; 13. 310: 14. 

257-8; llonrv do (1252), 2, 307; 

John de, 11, 358; 13. 310; 14. 

2.-.7-S: Stephen do. 13. 296. 
Pede,John, Boo (1246),2, 291 ; John 

(2 Edw. II). 11,324. 
I'i Dl - 1'iMi m. described, 1, 217; see 

I- in.-. 
Pedyll, Richard (1522), 12, 425. 
I' e, Nicholas, of Sandwich, 11. km. 
I 1 cc to illustrate the wills of Lady 



Kildare and the Duchess of Lenox, 
shewing their connection with the 
owners of Cobham Hall, 11. 231. 

Pedigrees of the Jute, Angle, and 
Saxon KiiiL's. 8, 18. 

Pedigrees :— Athol, 1. 182; Bardulf, 
2, 318; Bargrave, 4. 252: Barmliqg, 
5, 303 ; Barret, 14, 124; Barrv, 4, 
122 ; Bere, 250; Best. 268 ; Batten- 
son, Selwyn, and Townshend, 13, 
403 ; Brockman, of Cheriton, 18, 
355; Bryan, 4, 214; Cawne, 225; 
Chichley and Fogge, 5, 116 ; Clerke, 

4, 246 ; Cobham, 11, 81-2; Contrey, 

5, 235; Crevecceur, 3, 200; Criol, 

5. 303; Culpeper, 4, 264; Dali- 
son, 15. 402-3; Darell, of Scot- 
ney, 16- 46-8; D'Averenches, 3.273 \ 
Derinus 10- 327-8; 13, 437-8; de 
Ditton, 3, 268 ; De 1' Angle, 15, 31 ; 
De Dover, 4- 214: 13, 524 ; Du 
Moulin, 15, 31-0 ; Duston, 6, 246 ; 
Dyne, 16, 72-3 ; Farrington, 13, 
402; Finch, 4, 196: Fitzhornard, 

6, 246 : Fogge, 5, 116, facing 125 ; 
Forster, 4, 269; Gatton, 5. /«<•/»'/ 
222 ; de Gerunde, 303 ; Gibbon, 1$, 
84; Earls of Gloucester, 3, 142; 
Godfrey, 6, 260; coheirs of (Jrandi- 
son, 2. fucing 36; Guldeford, 14, 

facing 5 ; Hales, 14, <>2, 64, 75 ; 
Hall, 4, 267 ; 6, 253 ; Hardres. 4. 
facing 43; 5, 323; Hariugod, 3, 
266; Harlakenden, 14. 360; llarl- 
stone, 4, 257; HasliiiLT. 2.")."); Ila- 
ward, 6, 296; Head, 14, 116, 117: 
Here, 2, 21; Hilton, 18. 292-3; 
Hodsoll, 14, 223 et seq. ; Holbrooke, 
5, 225; Hussev, 17, 41-2; James, 
4. 242 ; 15, 404 ; Lambarde, 5, 
2 IS; Dukes of Lenox, of Cobham 
Hall, 11, 272-3 ; Leybourne, 5. 192: 
Lovelace, 10, 189, 190, 193—5, 
207-8, 216; Maminot, 5, 199; 
Manning, 6, 271 ; Manningham, 4. 
25:,; Master, 259, 2(36; 5- 238; 15- 
404; Moulton. 5,243; Nevill. 2. 318; 
Noel, 2, 316; Norreys, 6, 294; 
Northwood, 2, 19, 21, 36, 42; 
Osborne, 5, 227; Oxenden, 6, 277 ; 
Pecheof Lullin-stone. 16, 238-40; 
Robinson, 4, 251; Roking, 2, 321; 
Roper, 2. 17 1 : St. Amand, 3- 266; 
de Sandford, 2. 325; Sandwich, 
39 : Sav, 15 : Segrave, 16 ; Sel- 
wyn, 13, W2; Septvans, 2. 326; 
5*324,327; Stidolf, 2-231 : Stubbs, 
18. 209; Style, 3. 194 ; Taylur, 2. 
320: Thomson, 4, 261 ; Throwley, 
4. 21S ; Tonge, 6, 255-6 ; de Totin- 
ton, 3. 269; Townshend, 13. 408; 



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Tripp, 5, 237; Tryan, 2, 324; 
Tucker, 4, 248 ; Turner, 6, 292 ; <le 
la Time, 3, 271 ; Twysden, 3, 202; 
4. 112; Walsingham, 13. 401 ; 17, 
390; Warde, 16, L36; Walton, 4, 
258 ; Whitfield, 16. 81 ; Willoughby, 
4. 256; Wilmott, 16, 83 ; Witherdeh, 
78; Wombwell, 4,253; Woodville, 
1, 178; de Wrotham, 2, 322; 12, 
314. 

Peekhara, Mrs. Winifred, 4, 246. 

Peel, the (Canterbury), 17, 78, 82, 87, 
90 etseq., 118-9, 122. 

Peel, William, 15, 253. 

Peers, Nycholas, 14, 305. 

Peers Smythes, a tenement in Tudely 
and Brenchly (1474), 2, 230. 

Peerse, Frances, 18, 23 ; Gilbert, ib. 

Peese, John (Saltwood, 1487), 18, 
428. 

Peete, Rev. William, of Newchurch, 
13, 446. 

Pegwell, 18, 1, 3. 

Pegge, Sir Christopher, 9, 52 ; Dr. 
Samuel, Alphabet of Kenticisims, 
9, 50 ; his life, 51, 55 ; Proverbs of 
Kent, 117 ; Samuel, the younger, 
52. 

Peigle, i.e. cowslip, 9, 91, 147. 

Peirce, Francis, 18, 35 ; John, 35 ; Sir 
Thomas, 15, 189, 197, 207, 211; 
(alias Harman), Silvester, 18, 35. 

Peires, John, T., 4, 71. 

Peke, Edward, 16, 183 ; Jeffry, 299 ; 
Mathew, 204 ; Thomas, 14, 381. 

Pekerynge, Edward (1460), 10, 321. 

Pelham, Anthony, 13, 332, 339; Sir 
John, 15, 215-6 ; 16, 24f> ; 17, 335, 
343, 346, 348; 18, 118, 119, 122, 
123, 132, 144, 168; Mr., 15, 190; 
Sir Thomas, 154, 168, 177, 188, 
190-1, 198-9, 200, 210 ; 18, 157, 
158, 161, 162-3. 

Pell, John, 14, 26. 

Pell (alias Short), William, 18, 23. 

Pelland, Edw., Smarden, 9, 225, 227, 
233 ; 14, 26 ; John, servant at Min- 
ster Priory, 7, 305. 

Pellican, Thos., H, 330 ; 13, 308, 314. 

Pelliparius, Adam (Itherdene, Strood, 
1220), 2, 226 ; John, of Dartford, 
9. 294 ; Roger (1305), 10, 225. 

Pellman, Thomas, churchwarden of 
Dartford, 8, 139. 

Pellsett, Wm. (Ightham), 9, 273. 

Pelsant, George, 18, 34. 

Peltebem, Robert, 18, 350. 

Pelton, Thomas, chaplain, 18, 385. 

Pemberton, Mr. (1667), 18, 129. 

Pemble, Thos., 11, 150; Thomas, 15, 
271. 



Pembroke Castle, 16, 28. 

Pembroke, Countess of, 10, 144, 146 ; 
Earls of, 264; 11, 234, 211, 248, 
286 ; (Aymer de Valence), 1, 3 ; 10, 
144, 14i>', 259, 276 ; 12. 297 ; (Gil- 
bert Strongbow), 10. 272; 16. L8; 
(John), 1, 3; (Laurence de Hast- 
ings), 3 ; 10, 274 ; see Clare, 
Hastings, Marshall, and Valence. 

Pembroke, Lord (Rochester, 1644), 6, 
113. 

Pembroke (Penebroke), Dr. Hugh de, 
Rector of Orpington, 13, 382 ; of 
Ivy Church, 456 ; Richard, of Rom- 
ney Marsh, 17, 230. 

Pembury (Peapingbury, Pekenbury, 
Pepingburv, Pepyngbury), 4, 314, 
315 ; 12, 229, 230 ; 13, 10 ; 14. 325, 
331 ; 16, 51 ; 18, 27 ; an Incumbent 
of, 2, 63; Elvindenne in, 6, 226; 
fines of lands in, 226 ; 13, 298 ; 14, 
242, 276 ; 18, 352. 

Pemel, Wm. le, 11, 330. 

Pen, a mediaeval (stylus), found at 
Canterbury Cathedral, 7, 341. 

Penances performed in churches, 14, 
100, 380. 

Penchester (Pencester, Pencestre), 15, 
68, 277 ; Johanna, daughter of 
Stephen, 277 ; Margeria de, 10, 139, 
147, 152; Margaret de, 11, 315; 
13, 368 ; Rose, 11, 56. 

Penchester, Sir Stephen de, 11, 56, 
315 ; 15, 277 ; his laws for Dover 
Castle, 1, 54 ; 3, 196 ; 5, 18 ; his 
offices in Kent, 18; (W.), 220; 
Sheriff of Kent, 298 ; 6, 237 ; Con- 
stable of Dover, 244 ; arms, 15, 3, 
4,7. 

Pencompe, heirs of Robert de, 10, 
155. 

Penda, Kin? of Mercia, 8, 29, 30, 45, 
48, 49, 171. 

Pendants found in Saxon Cemetery at 
Sarre, 5, 314; 6, 176. 

Pende, Nicholas, 5, 84 ; Richard and 
Robert (Rochester Castle works), 2, 
125, 126. 

Pendelton, John (Rochester accounts), 
2,80. 

Pendreth, Francis, 18, 30 ; Miles, ib. 

Penebroke. see Pembroke. 

Penenden, 14, 42. 

Penenden Heath, 5, 22; 13. 14, 158, 
278; 14, 54, 327; 15. 71 ; 16. 
16. 

Penilonde, John de (1261), 3, 251. 

Peniston, Thomas, 11, 5, 8. 

Penley, Rev. John, 16, 123. 

Pen Machno, 15, 45. 

Penn, R. de, W., 6, 211. 

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212 



INDEX TO VOLS. I. XVIII. 



Penn, fm, 11. 218 n ; (the Quaker), 
owned land at Hawkhurst, 9. 263. 

Pennebrige (Penebragge), Alice de, 
13,298; Hugh de, 13- 158 

Pennington arms, 10, 330 ; Margaret, 

15, 359 ; Montague, ib. ; Thomas, 
ib. 

Penny (Peny, Penye), family, 15, 
367 ; Christiana, 304. ; Rev. E., 35s ; 
Henry, T., 3. 85 ; Henry, 12, 389; 
Rev. James (1615), 16. 290; 17, 
117; John, 15,301; 18,94; Simon, 

10. 204 ; Thomas. 13, 92 ; Wm., ib. 
Pennyale (Penyale), John (1471), 2, 

230; 13. 34. 
Penshurst, 10. 153; 11. 239; 13, 

11, 321; 14. L62, 354; 15. 37, 68; 

16. 51 ; 18. 28, 34 ; tines of land in, 
11, 325, 339 ; 14, 245, 261 ; 15, 
293. 

Penshurst, Sir Nicholas Lovayne, Lord 
of, 1, 125, 130 ; an Incumbent of, 2, 
63. 

Penshurst, Ralph de (1202), 2, 268; 
Roger, 17, 93 ; Stephen de, 14, 46. 

Penshurst Place, 15. 255 ; 16, 50 ; 17, 
xlviii, 393 ; Annual Meeting at 
(1864), 6. xx.wiii ; its picture gal- 
leries, 5, 103; its history and archi- 
tecture, 6, xxxix; 17, xlviii. 

Pensions (Clergy), assigned to retiring 
parochial elergymen in 1313, 1446, 
1 ISO, 1523, and 1532, 10, 56; in 
1535, 57. 

Penstone, William (goldsmith), 17, 
274. 

Pentise, at Christ Church, Canterbury, 
7, 115, 136; Gatehouse, 122, 139. 

Penton, Thomas, 17, 112. 

Penwortham, John (Canterbury), 7, 
235. 

Penyngton, Rev. Thomas, 13, 385; 
[[■ .. William, 7, 238. 

ston, Rev. Thomas, 13, 413. 

Penyton, Adam de (1321 1, 14. 354. 

Peper, Thomas, of Charlton, 7, 280; 
(1522), 12, 121. 

Pepernese, 12. 339. 

Pepir, William. Chaplain of Cobham 
Church 'I I3li). 2. 225. 

Peplesham, arms of, 10, 261, 265; 
15,5. 

Pepper, price of (1271), 10. cviii. 

Pepys, Samuel, visits Chatham, 6- ,- >o ; 
Diary quoted, 9. 77 ; 11. 257, 25s, 
262, 277-'.' 284; 15- 113-1 ; 17-373, 
379, 382. 

Perbroke, Eev. Clement (] 151), 16. 
200. 

T val. Mr., F.S.A. (Roll of Anns 

'■dited by), 15, 22. 



Perceval (Percesvil), Roger and Wil- 
liam (1200), 2. 253 ; Thus., 11. 322. 

Percev, Thomas, .Monk of Christ 
Church, Canterbury, 2- 59. 

Perche (de Partico, dePertico), Honor 
of, 10, 123, 126, 127, 132-4, 141; 
12, 211, 212, 213, 216, 220. 

Perche, Earls of (20 Edw. III.), 10, 
128 ; Geoffrey (and Maud his wife), 

14, 140. 

Perche, Ferte, Fresnel Castle in, 15, 

25. 
Percival, John, of Canterbury, 16, 

306; 17, 77. 
Percy, Dean, 13, 546 ; his alterations 

at the Deanery, in Canterbury, 7, 

108, 111. 
Percy, Geoffry de, 12, 234, 235; 

Henry, Lord (1637), 75; Sir Thos., 

11, 77. 
Perdriz, John, W., 5, 221. 
Pere, Johanna, 14. 261 ; Robert le, ib. 
Peregrini, 4, 69 n, 76. 
Perfusorivm at Smarden Church. 14, 

23. 
" Pericles," play of, founded on 

Gower's " Tyro of Apolloneus," 6, 

96. 
Perient, Elizabeth (Lady Style), 3, 

194 ; George, ib. 
Perieres. Maurice de. his release to 

Eudo Pateric (1198), 1, 258. 
Peritav, William, 14. 264. 
Perker, Reginald le, 14, 192. 
Perkins, F., 16, 116; Rev. Janes 

Rector of Warehorne (1680), 4, 102 ; 

John, 18, 66. 
Perkyn, John, of Canterbury, 17, 1 1">- 

171, 121. 
Permanter, Thomas (1460), 10, 320, 

321. 
Pernell, Rawlin. 11, 412. 
Perot, arms. 15, 7; Alan. 12. 209; 

15. 10; Ralph, 12. 209; 15, 10; 
Thomas, Canterbury, T., 3 
Thomas, 14. 244. 

Perot, of Barfreston, Henry, 10. 120; 
John, 290; Ralph, 120, 129; 
Pyrot. 

Perpendicular Architecture, see Archi- 
tecture. 

Perret, William de, 14- 275. 

Perrires, Adelaide, 6, 197 ; Huudi de, 
ib. 

Perrit, George, 15, 272. 

Perrivrig, price of, in 1660, 17, 338, 
340, 3 17. 352. 

Perron, Cardinal. 15. 36. 

Perrott, ('has., n, 278. 

Perry Court (1'irie), in Preston by 
Favereham, 10, 138; 14, 205; 18, 



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290 n; fine of land (1201), 2, 

254. 
Perry (Purie), Hall, 12, 299; 13, 11 ; 

Hill, 10 ; Wood, 1, 159 ; 13, 9. 
Perr}- (Pire, Pirie, Pirye, Pj'rie), 

Adam de (1260), 3, 251 ; John de, 

10, 138; Matilda de, W., 6, 198; 
Nicholas atte, 11, 314, 334 ; Pagan 
de, W., 6, 198 ; Ranulph de, 2, 254 ; 
Richard de, 2, 254 ; Robert, 18, 23 ; 
William de, 12, 218; Win, 18, 
23. 

Perryfield (from Saxon byrig), indi- 
cates vicinity of a fortification, 1, 
159; 15,71. 

Perryfield (Perifeld, Pirifeld), fine of 
land in (1200), 2, 248. 

Perryfield, Emma de (1200), 2, 248; 
Mat hew de (1263), 3, 254. 

Persby, John (1522), 12, 426. 

Perse, William, of St. Mary in the 
Marsh. 10, 296. 

Pershall, Elizabeth, Lady Bosville and 
Lady Style, 3, 194 ; Sir John, rector 
of Warehorne (1761), 4, 102. 

Pershore, Abbot of (1252), 2, 311 ; 3, 
243. 

Person, Agnes, 15, 273 ; William, ib. 

Person, William, Lamborne manor, 
Berks, 2, 34. 

Perssy, Tbomas (1485), 16, 291. 

Pertica, what, 3, 227 ». 

Pertico, see Perche. 

Peryeat, Sir Thomas, brass at Digswell, 
Herts, with SS. collar (1415), 1, 83. 

Perys, Henry, of Milton, 11, 402. 

Pese, Thos., 12, 423. 

Pesebreche, 15, 363. 

Pesemershe, 13, 323, 338. 

Pesendenne (or Pesyndenne), Juliana, 
14, 265 ; Laurence de, 280 ; Robert 
de, 280 ; 18, 344 ; William de, 14, 
265. 

Pesiug, John de, 11, 369. 

Pesoner, Eylwaker le.Dene,1252, 2,310. 

Pessel, Giles, W., 6, 219 ; Thomas de, 
W., ib. 

Pesson, AVilliam, 10, 157. 

Pessun, Nicholas, 12, 236. 

Pested Bars (by Maidstone), 15, 74. 

Pestour, Felicia, 11, 314 ; Geoffrey le, 
335 ; Gilbert le, 13, 309 ; Hamo le, 

11, 314, 356; Jordan, 13, 309; 
Mabilla, 11, 355 ; Margeria, 353 ; 
Matilda, 13, 309; Roger le, 15, 
293 ; Stepben le, 11, 253 ; 15, 293. 
eter (of Blois), W., 4, 211 ;(of Chil- 
bam, W., 4, 214 ; (the clerk), W., 5, 
200 ; (son of Eadhild), W., 6, 208 ; 
the Great, visits Rochester, 6, 77 ; 
(Rector of Langley), 7, 331 ; (son of 



Richard), W., 5, 200; (canon of 
Therouenne), W., 4, 205. 

Peter, Isabella, 12, 306 ; John, 306. 

Peterborough abbey, obtained from 
Canterbury the stone on which 
Becket fell dead, 10, 11 ; Benedict 
of, 6, 1, 2, 3 n, 41 « ; cathedral, 14, 
347. 

Peterborough, Lord, 11, 277-8. 

Peters, Br. of Canterbury, 5, HO n ; 
15, 37 ; Elizabeth, 5, HO n ; (allied 
to Barrett), 14, 124; Mrs. Jane 
Katherine, 17, 314; Rev. John, 
13, 413. 

Petevin, Adam (tenant of Eudo 
Pateric), 1198, 1, 259. 

Petham (Pecham, Pethom, Putham), 

9, 89; 14. 83; riot, T., 3, 94; 
Roman coffins at, 9, 172, 173 ; 
hundred, 8, 310; 10, 119; villeand 
hundred, 12, 207 ; fines of lands in, 

2, 241 ; 3, 283 ; 12, 303 ; 14, 260, 
268, 269, 279 ; Chantry, 2, 02 ; see 
Pecbam. 

Petbam (now Petham Court), Sutton, 

3, 235. 

Petham, . . . . de (1246), 3, 293; see 

Pecham. 
Petiern, Richard, 9, 288. 
Petit, Ciriac, 12, 373 ; 13, 270 ; 15, 

377 ; his copy of the Book of Kent, 

10, HO, 112, 113. 

Petit (Petty te, Petyte, Petytte), Alice, 
18, 40, 89 ; Catherine, 291 ; Edward, 
291 ; Elena, 14, 249, 251, 264 ; John, 
Baron of the Exchequer, 5, 29 ; 
John, 2, 64; 11, 395-6; 12, 372; 

13, 308; 14, 170, 249, 251, 255, 
264; 15, 301 ; 18, 89 ; heirs of John, 
10, H8, 135, 159 ; Martin custos of 
Cornilo hundred, T., 3, 80; Mrs. 
(1650), 5, H3 ; Nicholas, 17, 47 ; 
Thomas, of Chilham, 8, 132 ; Valen- 
tine, 12, 390; William, 8, 134; 11, 
395; 18,291. 

Petlesdene, Alice, 11, 378; Parnell, 
377 ; Thomas (will 1463), 376. 

Petley, 15, 380; Elizabeth, 380; .Mr., 
188 ; Stephen, of Halstead, 11, 402. 

Petman, Robert, 14, 118. 

Peto, Rev. James, 18, 293 ; Mary, ib. 

Petrapout", Lucy de (1197), 1, 238; 
Walter de, ib. 

Petre, John, 15, 298 ; John, 1st Lord, 

14, 16; Margeria, 15, 298; Robert 
(1271), 6, 240; Hon. Thomas, 14, 
16 ; Sir William, 5, 86. 

Petrie, W. M. Flinders, 12, xlii, 
432 ; uotes on Kentish Earthworks, 
13, 8-16. 

Petrisfield, 1, 168. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Petrossa, ring with Runes at, 8, 186. 
Petrus Blesensis, W., 6, 194 and >i. 
Petstede, Adam de, 11,3-17 ; Johanna, 

ib. 
Pett, near which Caesar landed, 1, 101. 
Pett (Pettes), 4, 315 ; knight's fees in, 
held by llu^o de Sanford (1263), 
13- 128. 
Pett parish church (by Charing), 14. 
255 ; 15, xlix ; manor, 10, 131, 132 ; 
Place, Charing, 16, 261. 
Pett (Pette, Pettes), Adam del, 14, 
243 ; A^nes de, 18, 338 ; Alianora, 
14, 243 ; George, 12, 389 ; Henry, 
ib; John atte, T., 3, 94 ; John a, 
12, 424; John, 13, 302-3 ; 14, 243, 
255 : 18, 338; Peter, 23 ; Roger de 
(1271), 6, 244 ; Sara, 13, 302 ;Simon 
de la (1257), 3, 246; Stephen at, 
12, 425; Thomas, atte (Rochester 
Castle works), 2, 115, 126; Thomas 
(1564), 14, 350; Thomas, 18, 38; 
William atte, 2, 126. 
Pett, Commissioner, 6, 68 ; Phineas, 
extracts from his Diary, 57, 61 ; 
builds "the Prince," 58 n ; (alias 
Tusam), Anne, 18, 23. 
Pettesfeld, John de, 11, 324. 
Pettit, allied to Darell, 17, 47 ; see 

Petit. 
Petwode, William de, 13, 312. 
Petyte, farmer of Higham and North- 

ington, 11, 386 ; see Petit. 
Peveusev, 1, 101 ; 3, 1 ; site of Ande- 

rida, 13, 274, 491. 
Pevensey, Henry de, 12, 225, 226. 
Pever, Rev. Ric. (Romney 150S), 13, 

478. 
Peverel, the Barony of, 3, 264 ; honor 

of, 10, 124, 142, 152. 
Peverel, arms, 11, 100; Aricia, 12, 
300, 301; 14, 242; Cristina, H, 
348; Edward. 2- 64; John, 11, 87; 
12, 300, 301 ; 14, 242 ; Peter, 15, 
283 ; William de, 4, 210 >i ; William, 
11, 348; 18, 345, 346. 
Pevington, 10, 131, 330; John de, 

L31, 113 ; Ralph de, 143. 
Pews (in churches), 1528, 17, 91; 
(1571), 130-3 ; (1579), L38; in 
Folkestone church, a.d. 1469, 10, 
lxvi. 
Peycocke, Launcelot, incumbent at 

MilkehouBe, Cranbrook, 2,63. 
Peyforer (Payforer, Payfrere), 11, 
310; 15 2, 8; PulcoorFulk (1361), 
2. 2::. 21 : ( W.i, 3, 272 : King's 
Escheator I 121;; >. 5. 296; (20 Edw, 
111.) 10. 125, L36, 137 ; 13. 355 : 
(1-4 Edw. II.), 11, 311, 319, 820, 
335, 339; (38 Hen. III.), 12, 230, 



231 ; (7 Edw. II.), 297 ; (8 Edw. 
II.), 13, 295 ; (11 Edw. II.), 14, 
251; (18 Edw. II.), 15, 287: his 
arms, 2, 14, 18. 

Pevforer, Joan, 12, 234; John, 218; 
15,2,287; Juliana, 14, 251; 15, 
287 ; Osborn, 2 ; Richard (20 Edw. 
III.), 10, 125 ; 13, 355 ; (2 Edw. II.), 
11,319; (38 Hen. III.), 12, 218; 
(11 Edw. II.), 14, 251; (18 Edw. 
II.), 15, 287; Roger, 2; William 
(20 Edw. III.), 10, 142, 151 ; his 
arms, 15, 2, 12, 18. 

Peyn, John and Robert (1214), 5,292. 

Peyntour, Edmund, 18. 351 ; Matilda, 
ib. 

Peyteuin, William, Rucking (1253), 
2, 301. 

Pevton (Payton), allied to Oxenden 
6, 280; Lady Cecilia (1654), 5, 
113 ; Mrs. Dorothy, d. of Sir Thos., 
ib ; Sir Edward, 14, 380 ; Sir Tho- 
mas, 2, 181; 5, 113, 116; 9, 38 n, 
40, 41, 44 ; 14, 381 ; 18, 101. 

Phelip, Christina, 11, 11 ; Juliana, 12, 
293 ; Thomas, ib. ; William, ib. 

Phelipps, E., of Montacute, 11, 257, 
258. 

Phelps, Jane, T., 17, 286 ; Canon T. 
P., 286, 320 ; Rev. T. P., 286 ; Rev. 
H. D., 286. 

Philcott, Peter, 17, 173, 176. 

Philip Augustus, King of France, 
charter to the Monks of Canterbury, 
4, 127, 129. 

Philip, son of Alan, W., 5, 217 ; Pre- 
centor of Canterbury, W., 4, 207; 
son of William, of Ashford, W., 5, 
212 ; Richard, son of (1269), 300. 

Philipot, Sir John, Lord Major of 
London (1378), 10, lxxxvii ; Sir 
John, of Thruxton, ib. 

Philipot, John (Rouge Dragon), Visi- 
tations of Kent by, a.d. 1619, 4, 
120, 2 11 ; 5, 223 ;' 6, 251 ; funeral 
certificates -ranted by, 237 ; memoir 
of, 10. lxxxvi ; born at Folkestone, 
ib; appointed Blanche Lion and in 
1618 Rouge Dragon, lxxxvii ; edited 
Camden's Remains, ib. ; his Visita- 
tion of Kent (1619). lxxxviii. 326 : 
present at funeral of Queen (1619), 
lxxxviii; degrades a knight (1621), 
ib.; sued bv York Herald (1622), 
ib.; his Visitations of Hants, 15erk«. 
and Gloucester, Ixxxix ; bailiff of 
Sandwich (1623), ib.; Somerset 
Herald (1624), xc ; present at funeral 
of .lames I., xc, xci ; at coronation 
of Charles I., xci ; published a list of 
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held an Admiralty Court at Favers- 
hain, xcii ; Steward of Gillingham 
manor, xcii ; travels abroad, xcii ; his 
son goes to Cambridge, xciii ; his 
Visitations of Sussex, Bucks, and 
Oxon, ib. ; carries the Garter to 
the Prince Palatine, ib. ; prints a 
list of the Lord Chancellors, ib. ; com- 
piled lists of the Sheriffs of Lincoln- 
shire, xciv ; at Oxford with Charles 
I., ib. ; died in London, 1645, ib. ; 
fined in 1639, 68 ; married to Susan 
Glover, 14, 359. 

Philipot, Thomas, son of the Herald, 
10, xciii: 11, 305. 

Philips, John, churchwarden of Dyrn- 
church, 8, 143. 

Phillip, Geo., of Tenterden, 11, 9, 403. 

Phillipes, Joane (allied to Harlaken- 
den), 14, 360. 

Phillipp, Anthonet. 18, 30 ; John, 29 ; 
Luke. 30 ; Jane, 29. 

Phillipps, Sir Thomas, 4, 203 ; on 
Gundulph's Bible, 15, 368. 

Phillips, family, patrons of Thorn- 
ham - cum - Aldington, 18, 250 ; 
George, 16, 284; John, 18, 220; 
Walter, last Prior, first Dean of 
Rochester, 11, 9, 403; 13, 114; 
William, 12, 425. 

Philpot (Philipot, Philpott, Phylpott), 
Elizabeth, 13, 346; Henry (1603), 
10, lxvii, lxviii; John, 9, 234; 
Mayor of Faversham (1616), 10, 
lxxxvii; of Thanet, 12, 390; 1576, 
13, 346; of Canterbury, 16, 303, 
312, 313, 314 ; Sir John, of Hamp- 
shire, 5, 30; Joseph, 13, 475; 
Richard, of Canterbury, 17, 82, 86, 
87; Thomas, W., 5, 8; Thomas, 
Mayor of Faversham, 10, lxxxix, 
exxiv ; Thomas, of Canterbury, 16, 
290; William, 291, 317. 

Philpott, allied to Lovelace, 10, 216. 

Phippen's " Sketches of Rochester," 
6, 53 n. 

Phoracr (i.e. Fouracre), Dartford, 
1195, 1, 232. 

Phylipun, John, 13, 354. 

Pickerde, Rev. John, of Pluckley, 16, 
87. 

Pickering, allied to Bering, 10, 345. 

Pickersgill, W. C, memorial window 
in Bexley Church, 18, 377. 

Picot, Alice, Shepey, 1197, 1, 238. 

Picott, Ralph, 10, 273 ; William, 124. 

Pictures, at Cobham Hall, H, lxxix, 
100, 174-188 ; at Chevening House, 
16, 130 ; at Squerryes Court, 137. 

Pie, Richard, of Faversham, 12, 424. 

Pie-powder Court, licence to hold one 



at Boley, in Rochester, 17, 183 ; its 

use, 183 n. 
Pierce, brief for Daniel, 14, 206 ; Rev. 

William, Rector of Stone (1654), 3, 

101. 
Pierre, Peter de la, 13, 96. 
Pierrepoint, William, 16, 248, lT.l'. 
Pierrepoint, see Petraponte. 
Pierpount, Geo., of Mailing, 11, 400. 
"Piers, Plowman," 9, 75,94, 112, 147. 
Piers, Alice, 11, 77 ; Rev. Henry, Vicar 

of Bexley (1737), 18, 375, 381 ; Sir 

Thomas, 18,161; Wm. (1422), 17, 

18. 
Pierse, Sir Henry B., 18, 416. 
Pigeon, Daniel, 18, 39 ; {alias Bos- 
well), Grace, 39. 
Piggott, allied to Godfrey, 6, 261. 
Pig'htyll, Litill, 10, 322. 
Pigion, Leonell, 11, 157 ; Thomas, 

156. 
Pigott, John, 18, 17 ; William, ib. 
Pike, of Tonbridge, 14, 343. 
Pikeman, Win., of Dartford, 9, 288. 
Pikeringe, Nicholas de, Flete Manor 

(1264), 5, 293. 
Pikervng, John (temp. Edw. III.), 1, 

128. 
Pikhard, Edward, 18, 36. 
Pikot, Alexander and William, Flete 

Manor (1264), 5, 293; Christiana, 

wife of Thomas (1250), 2, 302. 
Pikwelle, Johanna, 13, 296, 309; 

Walter de, ib. 
Pilatavill, William de, 10, 271. 
Pilborough, John, letter in favour of, 

4, 237. 
Pilbrow, Mr., 14, 35. 36. 
Pilbrow's, James, Plan of Roman 

Remains in Canterbury, 15, 338- 

43, 345, 381. 
Pilcher, Jesse, benefactor of Cheriton 

Church, 18, 356 ; Matilda, 9, 291 ; 

Roger, 15, 114, 120; Stephen, 17, 

291 ; Susan, 291 ; Thos., 9, 291 ; 

Thomas, Mayor of Fordwich, 18, 

88, 90. 
Pilgrimage from Laon into Kent, 12, 

238. 
Pilgrims, Chaucer's, see Canterbury, 

Checpier's Inn ; Edw. III.'s Charter 

relating to pilgrims, 10, exxxix- 

cxl ; on Pilgrims' Signs, by < 'ecil 

Brent, 13, 111-115. 
Pilkington, Elizabeth, 15, 36. 
Pilston, Dorathy, 18, 22 ; Roger, ib. 
Pimpmanor, 10, 148. 
Pimpe (or Pympe), arms, 3. 143 ; 10. 

265; family, 15, 3; of Moatlands, 

in Brenchley, 13, 137. 
Pimpe, Alice, 12, 296; Anne, 10, 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



258, 264; Elisabeth, 2, 57; Joan, 
10. 148; John, 6, 130; arms of 
John, 11. 396; Margaret, 11, 68; 
Maud, 11, 68; Philip de, 10- L48; 

12. 296; Ralph de, 228; Regi- 
nald de, 13, 137 ; Richard de, 10- 

1 18 : Thomas, Esq., of Hoo, 7, 234; 
sir Thomas de, 10, 148; Thos., 11, 
68; Sir William. H, 68. 

Pin, B >bert, 14- L92, 195. 

Pine, Alice, 18, 25 ; Richard, ib. ; 

Robert, 393. 
Pinu r . John de, Bishop of Waterford, 

13, 92. 

Pinner, arms of, 4, 264. 

Pinnor, Andrew de (1271), 6. 244. 

Pinoke, Henry, 4, 245. 

Pipel (or Pipil), Tristram, 11, 348; 
Walter, 348; 15, 280; William, 
280. 

Piper (Pipere), Alice, 15, 305 ; Eliza- 
beth, 18, 25 ; Hamo, 15, 305 ; John, 
of Chislet, T., 3, 92, 93 ; Margaret, 
13, 337 ; Nicholas, 15, 305 ; Thomas, 
and Sarah his wife, 14, 239; 
William, of Chislet, T., 3, 92, 93 ; 
William, 15, 305 ; 18, 25. 

Piperysgarden in Wye, 3, 201, 202. 

Pipil, see Pipel. 

Pippins, Kentish, 9, 129, 130. 

Pipsden Cross, in Hawkhurst, 5, 81 n. 

Pired, William, 15, 363. 

Pirrey (alias TongeJ, Alice, 18, 17. 

Pirnlee, Martin de, Ospringe (1236), 

2 292. 

Pisa, Cathedral, 13,32. 

Pising (Pysinge), 10, 122; 12,208; 

manor, 10, 122 
Pistols (1672), Inventory of, 17, 399. 
I'Utor (i.e. Baker), John, Canterbury 

(1201), 2, 260; John (1263), 3, 

25 1. 
I'm. John, of Partford, 9, 297. 
Pitch (1367), bought for Rochester 

Castle, 2, 120. 
Pitlesden, 14, 41, 48 ; family, 55. 
Pitsoules, alias "put sewels," for 

Bcaffolds, 2. 128. 
Pitl (Pittes), George, 12, 388; Rose, 

18. 387. 
Pitt, William, the Statesman, his 

mansion at Holwood, 13. - ; his 

despatch box at Chevening Souse, 

16. 129: portrait, 130. 
Pityngton, Thomas, Chantry priest. 

13. 545. 
Pivington (Pivinton, Pyvyntone), 11, 

358, 369; 12- 219 ; 13,300. 
Pivington, Ralph de (1258), 3. 246; 

heirs of Ralph de (20 Edw. III.), 

10. 146; Wm.de, 12,219, 221. 



Pix, Elis, 13, 440; John, 476. 

Pizein Well, a hamlet in Chart, 2, 
80. 

Plaistow, 13, 150; allied to Dering, 
10. 337. 

Plaiz, Hugo de, 15, 364. 

Plahche, J. R., on date of Canterbury 
frescoes, 13, 59. 

Plane, John, 18, 22; Matthew, ih. 

Plansoone, John, 16, 201-3. 

Plantagenet, Joan, the " Fair Maid of 
Kent," wife of Sir Thomas Holland, 
1, 136. 

Plastering, see Purgettura. 

Plat, Sir Hugh (1663), 18, 115. 

Plate, contributed to Parliament 
(1643), 2, 200. 

Plate (silver), hired by Lord Cobham, 
11,205-6; bequeathed bv William, 
Lord Cobham, 211; gold, 216; 
Lady Kildare's, 221, 222, 224; be- 
queathed bv Duchess of Richmond, 
235-239, 241-4; given by Sir J. 
Williamson, 279, 287, 291. 

Plate, see Church Plate. 

Plato, on circulation of the blood, 10. 
xcvi. 

Piatt, Rev. David (1597), 16, 290. 

Plautius, Aulus, Commander of the 
Roman invaders, 2, 65. 

Plaxtol, Roman remains at Allan's 
farm, 2, 2, 3, 4, 5 ; Roman ceme- 
tery on Mr. Golding's land, 6 ; 
church, 9, lvii. 

Playden, 13, 323, 338 ; 18, 58. 

Player, Capt. (1658), 17, 327. 

Players, payments to, at Rochester, 
6,111; Lord Leicester's at Pawr- 
sham, 9, lxxi ; Lord Strands 
(1578) 2, 76; the King's (Hen. 
VIII.) and Prince's, 10, 238. 

Plays, Passion at Uomney, 17, 29; at 
Canterbury, 80 ; on Corpus Christ i 
Day, 147. * 

Plays, Hugh de, 13, 235. 

Playstool (or Pleystole), a recreation 
ground, probably a piece of land 
on which the Passion Play was per- 
formed in olden days, 9, 115; 13. 
216; Playstoll Croft, 13- 341. 

Playter's arms, 18, 71 ; Christopher, 
18. 71. 

Plea, in writ of Righl (1196), 1, ML 

Pledger, John, 11, 413. 

Pleghelmestun, 13, 349. 

Ple^mund, Archbishop, 13. 185. 

Plerindenn, Richard de (1260-1 1. 3 
251. 

" Plesance," embroidered on collars, 1. 
78. 

Plesetis, Hugh de, 12, 312, 314 ; John 



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de, 216; Richard de, 312, 314; 
William de, ib. 

Plesheymound, 16, 13. 

Plessetz, William de, an heir of 
Richard de Wrothani (1250), 2, 302. 

Pleyeman, Jocenin, Rainham (1253), 
3, 243. 

Plomer, John (plumber at Rochester 
Castle), 2, 118, 119. 125 ; John (ob. 
1615), 13, 4S5 n; Peter, 2, 125; 
Richard, ib. ; Thos. (1522), 12, 425. 

Plomett, Richard (1485), 16, 291. 

Plomtone, John (1485), 16, 291. 

Plot, Dr. Robt.. 9, 60 n, 64, 70, 75, 78, 
80, 84, 91, 92, 93, 105, 125, 128, 133, 
142. 

Ploth, ffm, W., 15, 390. 

Plott, Thomas (1188), 10, 318. 

Pluokley (Ploukele, Plukele), 10, 131; 
11, 358, 374; 12, 219; 13, 300, 
301; 16, 68; clothing trade, temp. 
Hen. VI., 7, 238; brasses at, 9, 
153 ; visitation at, 228 ; inventory 
of parish church goods, 10, 289 ; 
picture of St. Blase in the church, 
343 ; Dering entries in the registers, 
331-333; epitaphs, 340-341; en- 
graving of brass in the church, 344 ; 
Sherlond in, 11, 312; Rector of, 
14. 174. 

Pluckley, Agnes, 15, 2P> ; Eugenia, 15, 
25, 364 ; Henry de, 11, 331 ; 13, 
85 ; Isabella, 15, 28 ; John de, 10, 
131; 15, 25-6; Osbert, 15, 25; 
Pagauus, 15, 280; Peter, ib. ; 
Robert, 25-6, 278; Thomas, 28; 
William, 25-6, 28 ; family, 24-6. 

Plukendon, Walter de (1271), 6, 244. 

Plukenet, Alan, 16, 32. 

Plumbarium, Canterbury, 7, 153. 

Plumbers' wa^es (1367) at Rochester 
Castle, 2, 125, 132. 

Pluruer, Thos., 9, 33 n. 

Plumford, manor in Ospriuge, 13, 
348. 

Plumford, John de (1262), 3, 252. 

Plumford, alias Demon, 2, 248 ». 

Plumptre, l)r. Charles, 13, 384. 

Plumptke, Rev. F. C, 3, 95; on the 
remains of the Priory of St. Martin, 
and the church of St. Martin-le- 
Grand, Hover, 4, 1-23. 

Pluinstead (Plomstede, Pluinpsted, 
Plumstede), 12, 235 ; 14, 226, 227; 
18, 17, 21, 27; manor, 10, 154; 
inventory of parish church goods, 
289 ; Roman coffin at, 17, 10 ; fines 
of lands, etc., in, 2, 243, 253 ; 5, 
265, 273; 11, 321, 322, 329, 336, 
354; 12, 305, 307; 13, 312; 14, 
280 ; 15, 279. 



Plumton, Alice, 15, 299; William, 
ib.', William do (I 197), 1, 23S. 

Plumworlh, now Plumford, in Os- 
priuge, g.v., 2, 292 a. 

Plunton, William do, his grant to 
Cumbvvell, 8, 276. 

Pocock, allied to Hodsoll, 14, 235 ; 
John (Rector of Eastchurch, 1427), 
385; Arnold's Life of Robert, 15, 
374-5. 

Pocoks, in Brenohly (Henry Stidolf's, 
1474), 2, 230. 

Pode, Alice, 15, 295; Isabella, 18, 
350 ; John, 15, 295 ; Simon, 18. 350. 

Podscrouche, in Hawkhurst, 5, 81 n, 
82. 

Pogeys, Robert, 10, 151. 

Poggel, Thomas, 15, 362-3. 

Poghley, Priory, Berks, 14, 341. 

Pohhe (Polghe), Martin, Bishopborne, 
5, 268. 

Pointz, see Poyntz. 

Poitiers, battle of, 6, 46 ; victory of the 
Black Prince, 13, 543-4. 

Poitou, expedition of Henry III. to 
recover, 6, 220. 

Pokel, Thomas, 15, 308. 

Pokoke, Edward, 18, 380. 

Poland (Protestants in), 17, 322. 

Poldre, Isabel, 13, 86 ; John de, 10, 
115, 116 ; Thomas de, 119 ; heirs of 
Thomas de, ib. ; Thomas, 13, 8(>. 

Poldres manor, 10, 115. 

Pole manor in Southfleet, 10, 156. 

Pole, Cardinal, 14, 166 ; 15, 239, 241, 
367 ; 16, 51 ; his book of pensions, 
2, 50 ; seal and autograph, 51 ; seals, 
3, 141 ; 8, 54, 57 ; dispensation and 
licence to Thos. Twysden, 53, 55 ; 
his title and legatine office, 70 ; holds 
Knole, 9, lxi » ; on sponsors, 201 ; in 
Kent, 12, 124; his coffin rested at 
Rochester, 13, 144. 

Pole (Poles), David, 8, 55,57; Rev. 
Edward, 13, 479; Katherine de, 
16, 40 ; Michael de la, 40 ; Robert 
de (1268), 5,293 ; Sarah de, 10, 156. 

Polhill, D., 16, 55. 

Poleman, Hugh (12(10), 3, 250. 

Polesteda, Hugo de, 10, 273. 

Poleyn, John, 18, HO; Roger, 15, 
390. 

Polin, Michael, 12, 390 ; Richard, ib. 

Pollard, Robert, W., 5, 216; Rev. 
William, 13, 465. 

Polle, Cecilia, 11, 323 ; Edmund, 
345, 356 ; 13, 301 ; 14, 269 ; John, 
15, 292; Laurence. 11, 345; 15, 
292 ; Simon, 16, 317 ; William de, 
11, 323. 

Pollehare, John (1305), 10, 226- 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. XVIII. 



Policy, David, 14. 228; June, ib. 
Poll-money, Act concerning (1641), 2, 

IT.',. 
Pollock, sir Frederick, Chief Baron, 

his SS. collar weighs four pounds of 

gold, 1, 92. 
Poll-Tax, 51 Edw. III. and temp., 

Ric. II., 2,217. 
Poire, Robert (Langport, 1198), 1, 

269; Robert, Canterbury (1251), 2, 

303, 309. 
Poltalloch. the Malcolms of, arms in 

Bexley Church, 18, 377. 
Polthorue, Johanna, H, 354 ; Richard 

de, ib. 
Pulton. 10. 1, 123; 12, 209. 
Poltrc, John, labourer, 2. 127. 
Poke, allied to Lovelace, 10, 195. 
Pomel, Rev. John, 11, 402. 
Pomfrett, Pomfreyt, see Pontefract. 
Pommels of swords in the Saxon 

cemetery at Sarre, 6, 176. 
Ponchon, Robert, 11, 350. 
Pouchons, see Punch irons. 
Ponchun, Jno., 9, 288. 
Pond, A. C, 17, 306. 
Pond dol, i.e. a ton weight, 2, 112. 
Ponett, Mr., Prebendary of Canter- 
bury, 7, 98, 196; 16, 175. 
Ponont, Thomas (1267), 5, 297. 
Pontage, 11, 286. 
Poute, Anselm de (1260), 3, 249 ; 

Bartholomew de, ib. ; Edward de 

(1197), 1, 246; Elfric de, W., 5, 

218; Robert de (1252), 2, 308; 

Stephen de, "W., 5, 218; Stephen de 

(AVisteston), 285. 
Pontefract (Pomfret, Pontefret), 10, 

253; recluse at, 11, 34. 
Pontefract, John (1367), sells Est rich - 

bords for Rochester Castle, 2, 117 ; 

Rev. John, 13, 466; John (1761), 

1 7. 283; heirs of Reginald de, 10, 135. 
Pootigny (Pountney), 13, 194, 350-7, 

238-9; Abbev of, 13, 238-9, 247, 

362-4, 470-l,'477. 
Pontone, Richard de, 12, 220; 

Stephen de, 4, 293 ; Thomas de, 12, 

220. 
1'i.nt j nc, Margeria, 10, 132. 
Ponyndenne, 12, 223. 
Pooke, Elinor, 18, 25. 
Poole (Pole), David, warrant of Car- 
dinal Pole to, 8- 55 ; return of its 

execution, 57. 
Poole, Edith, 18, 27 ; John, church- 
warden, of Easl Wickham, 8, 144 ; 

Sir Richard, 16. MS 1 Thomas, 12, 

389 ; Ursula, 16. W, \&. 
Poor Men's Box, 5, 68 ; its wardens 

at Hawkhurst, 70. 



Poore, allied to Dering, 10, 339 ; Rev. 
Dr. John, 16, 96; 17,65; Richard 
(1681), 14, 181. 

Pope. Alexander (the poet), 5, 104; 
13. 166; Alice, 14,269; Geoffrey, 
of Dartford, 9, 289: Joan, 18, 34; 
John, 14. 269; Richard, 11, 395; 
Rev. Robert, 17, 284; Stephen, 10, 
139; Thomas, 12, 426 ; AVilliarn, 
labourer, 2, 127 ; AVilliam, 18, 84. 

Popehead Gate, Thanet, 12, 392. 

Popes, dispensing power of the, 8, 64, 
65. 

Popindane, Robert de, 14, 193. 

Popham, Elisha (1263), 3, 265. 

Popishall (Popeshalle), 12, 208; ma- 
nor, 10, 121 ; North, alias Little, 
ib. : South, 122. 

Popishall, inventory of Thos. Gurney 
of, 12, xlii. 

Poplar boards, bought (1367) for 
Rochester Castle, 2, 117. 

Population in 16th century, Crau- 
brook, Canterbury, Maidstone, 9, 
cii ; Staplehurst, 200 ; Hawkhurst, 
265. 

Porchester Castle, 13, 191. 

Pordage, Edward, 16, 198, 199, 200, 
201. 

Poredge, Robert, 13, 341. 

Porpoises as food, prices of, 10, cxi, 
cxii. 

Porrage, Arthur, 18, 399. 

Porredge, John, 17, 119, 122, 127, 
129, 130, 135-6 ; Richard, 16, 182, 
183. 

Port (Porta), Adam de, 15, 25; 
Felicia de (1195), 1, 231; James de, 
VV. (1220), 2, 227 James de 13, 
85; Jno. de, of Dartford, 9, 293, 
294; Letitia,13, 85; AVilliam (dead 
1195), 1, 231 ; William de, AV., 6, 
217; \A r m. de, 12, 231. 

Port, Henry de, a justice itinerant, 
temp. Hen. I., 5, 23. 

Portarius, Yvone, W., Rochester, circa 
(1240), 2, 230. 

l'urtatyves, what, 8, 149 n. 

Portcullis, the Beaufort badge, 1, !K). 

Portebrugg, llamode, 9, 289;" John, ib. 

Porter, Andrew, 18, 35; Henry lc, 
12, 290 ; Joane, 16, 78 ; John, In- 
cumbent at Maidstone College. 2. 
61; John le, Canterbury (1250), 
302; John, H, 378; Juliana, 12, 
290; Marie lc, 2 302; Richard 
(Rochester Castle), 127; (1« 
9. 33 », 47; 18- 35; Roger, 9. 287; 
Stephen, 13, 452, 453; Thomas, 18, 
35 ; AVilliam, 15, 333. 

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Porteseye, Agnes de, 13. 291 ; Richard 

de, ib. 
Porth, Win. de,12, 232. 
Portifory, a church service hook 

(1463), 13, 462 ; 14, 121. 
Portland, Castle, 11, 259 ; militia at, 

11, 263 ; Countess of, 238, 272 ; 

Earl of, ib. 
Portland, Rev. W. (1498), 13, 445. 
Portinan, Sir Henry, 11, 238. 
Portmanteau, in 1058, 17, 323, 331, 

335; saddle, 352. 
Portraits, see Pictures. 
Portsmouth, 7, 243 ; monument to 

Capt. B. W. Taylor in the church 

of, 14, 177. 
Portsmouth, John de, 13, 306; 

Richard de, and Alice his wife, ib. 
Portuasse, for Winter, 9, 230, 232; 

for Summer, 230 m. 
Partus Adurni, in Sussex, 18, 41. 
Portus Lemanis, 13, 179, 180, 274; 

one of the three great entrances to 

Britain, 18, 41. 
Portus Novus, 13, 274-5. 
Pos, Wm. le, 11, 332. 
Posche, Henry, of Norhourne, 11, 399. 
Posies on Serjeants' rings, 5, 21. 
Poste, Rev Beale ; on Roman Maid- 
stone, 1, 154; on Roman Rochester, 

2, 65 ; on a Roman cemetery in 

Maidstone, 143 ; on Symbolism of 

the Blessed Virgin, 4, 113; quoted, 

10, 169; 11, 116; 18, 184, 310, 

313. 
Poste, Ralph, Monk of Faversham 

Abbey, 2, 59. 
Postern, Rochester Castle, 2, 132; 

Park, Tunbridge, 16, 49, 51. 
Postley Fields, Roman antiquities 

found in, 2, 146. 
Postling, 10, 126, 132; 12,213; 13, 

9, 333-4; Vicar of (1311); 10, 

280 ; inventory of parish church 

goods, 10, 290 ; fine of land in, 11, 

327. 
Pot, Richard, W., 6, 199. 
Potage, William, 12, 427. 
Potekyn, Joan, 12, 299 ; Walter, ib. 
Potemau, Alice, 18, 23, 28; Henry, 

and Isabella his wife, 13, 292 ; 15, 

287 ; Peter, ib. ; Richard, 14, 193, 

197 ; Thomas, Constable of Petham, 

T., 3, 95. 
Poterne, James de, a Judge (1198), 1, 

260 to 275; Stephen de, 10, 274; 

William his son, ib. 
Potenel, Elena, 14, 252 ; John, ib. 
Pothain, Win. de, 9, 290. 
Potin or Potyn, Adam, 13, 289; 

Henry, of Lydd (1483), 450; 



John (1263), 4, 314; Nicholas 
(1384), 2, 26; Simon ( I ii 1 7 ) , 
296; Simon (7-14 Edvv. II.), 12, 
300 ; 13, 289 ; 14, 2(50-2, 272 ; 
William, W., 2, 229, 230; 5, 203; 
207, 211; 6, 208, 218, 221. 

Potin, William, of Rochester (1217), 
2, 319. 

Pott, Stephen, Churchwarden of Dept- 
ford, 8, 141. 

Potter family, 15, 381 ; Archbishop, 

13, 448; 15, 250; Barbara, 13, 
136; Dorothy, 14, 154; Rev. Br. 
John, 13, 448; 15, 358; Rev. 
John, 16, 123, 238; Margaret, 
290; Richard, of Westerham, H, 
402 ; Simon, 13, 130 ; Thomas, 
334-6; Thomas (1611), 14, 154; 
Wm., Parson, of Hartley, 9, 267. 

Potters' marks on Samian ware, 1, 

140; 17, 153-160. 
Pottes, Katherine, 18, 25 ; Peter, 25. 
Potyn, see Potin. 
Poucyn, of Powcy's Farm, Thanet, 

12, 357-60. 
Poucyn, Johanna, 15, 304 ; Margeria, 

11, 336, 340, 346, 347; 12, 291, 

302, 357-60; 15, 304; Simon, 

304; Thomas, H, 336, 340, 346, 

347; 12, 291, 302, 357-60; 14, 

270 ; 15, 304. 
Pouenesshe, see Povenash. 
Poukweyn, at Rochester Castle (1367), 

2, 129, 131 ; what it is, 120. 
Poulders, a stream near Richborotigh, 

8, 13. 
Pouncet-box, what it is, 7, 274 n. 
Pound, John, 12, 220; Peter, 14, 

240. 
Pounde, Henry, 10, 274. 
Poundherst, Robert de, 15, 299. 
Pounds, alias Pundys, 10, 134-135. 
Pount, du, Cecilia, 15, 276 ; Isabella, 

ib. ; Johanna, ib. ; Robert, ib. 
Poussett, Mrs., 16, 222. 
Poussin, Nicholas, H, 169, 174. 
Povenash (Pouenesshe Povenasshe), 

11, 310, 345; Johanna, 13, 295; 

14, 266 ; Philip de, 10, 147 ; 11, 
345; 13, 295; 14, 266; Richard 
de, 10, 147. 

Powcy's, a farm in Thanet, 12, 357- 
360. 

Powder-horns, ancient, 2, xliii. 

Powell, Edmond, 5, 114; Mr., 15, 
204, 206, 209, 212; 17, 322-5; 
Robert, 18, 396 ; Roger, a pen- 
sioner, 2, 62; Thomas, 18, 30; 
Vavasour, 396; widow, 16,88; Rev. 
William, 9, cv. 

Powerscourt, Viscountess, H, 300. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Powkelane. alias Hobdoblane, in St. 

Paul's Cray, 13. 403. 
Powle, John < Dartford, L660), 18. 39G. 
Powlett, Lord, 11. 241, 248, 263. 
Powlter, William. Rochester, 2, 83. 
Pownall, Governor. H, 118, 120. 
Pownell, Capt. Philemon (1649), 5, 

113. 
Powys, John, Lord, 16, 39. 
P.ivn'Uiut, Emma, 15. 299; Henrv, 

362; John, 14, 197; 15, 299; 

Roger, 299; Walter, 14, 197; 

William, 15.361. 
Poyuaunt (? Poynont), Stephen, T., 

6 g2 

Poy'net, Bishop, 7. 98, 196; 16, 175; 
William (1522), 12. 42 i. 

Poynings, arms of, 13, 537 ; impaling 
Northvrood, 3- 1 13. 

Poynings (Ponings, Ponyngges, Poy- 
ninges), Agnes de (1320), 2, 137; 
(1 Edw. III.), 18, 337; Edward, 
Clerk, Master of Arundel College, 
7, 244 »; Sir Edward, 5, 118; 17, 
199,200; introduced "Poynings"' 
law in Ireland, 7, 244 w; Lord 
Warden of Cinque Ports, 10, cxi, 

257, 258, 264 ; Widow P., his 
mother (1465), 256; Isabel his wife, 

258, 264; a " Gentil of Kent," H, 
394; the Lord, 9, 304; Luke, 18, 
337 ; Michael de, 10, 129, 138, 161 ; 
18, 337 ; Eobert (Cade's carver and 
swordbcarer), 7, 243-4 h; Thomas 
de (1329), 2, 137 bis; (1 Edw. 
Ill), 18, 337; probable tomb in 
St. Eadegund's Abbey, 14, 144. 

Poynont, see Poynaunt. 

Poyntz (Poinz. Pointz, Poyns, Poynz), 

11, 310; Hugh (1241)), 2, 294 ; 

Hugh de, 10, 148, 158; Matilda, 

11, 321 ; Nicholas, ib. ; 12, 227, 

23 1 ; Sir Robert, 14, 58. 
PramionstraU'iiMan Canons, 3, 22; 

14, 140; their abbeys, 140, 146, 

Ms ; abbe; at W. Langdon, 15, 

59-67. 
Prall, R., Town Clerk of Rochester, 

2- 73. 
Prannel, Henry, son <>\ Alderman, H, 

is:;, is i. 227, 231. 
Prat, John (de Watele), seal, 10, 

320 ; Robert, T., 3, 77 quater, 78 

quater. 
Pratelles, Roger de, W.. 4. 219. 
Prato, Edmund de, 10. 120 ; Henry 

de (1270), 5- 301 ; (1271 >, 6- 240 

ThoB. de, 12. 226. 
Pratt (alms Hune), Anne, 18. 26 

Sir Charles I Bar! Camden), 13 

393-4; l)r. (Cambridge, 1647), 15 



165; Rev. Henry, 13, 385; Rev. 
John. 18. 247 ; Sir John, 13, 393 ; 
Richard, 11, 372. 

Prayer for Peace, a.i>. 1548, 5, 61 
and /i. 

Prayer-book, proscribed by the Par- 
liament, 5, 112 and n ; used never- 
theless, 113 and «, 115. 

Pre, John, 14, 261 ; William del. ib. 

Preans, heirs of Ingelram, de. 12. 213. 

Prebble, 15, 367; Jane, 368; Wil- 
liam, 367-8. 

Preene, Win.. Rector of Lyminge, 9, 
220, 222 ; 18, 427. 

Preke, John, T., 3, 92. 

Prekelinger, Strood (1220), 2, 227. 

Premontre, 14, 140 ; 15, 59, 60. 

Prente, Robert, 6, 188. 

Pre-Norman buildings, their disputed 
date, 5, 2. 

Prentice, Robert, 12, 388. 

Prentis, of Milton, and Rainham. 9, 
299. 

Prentis, Walter (Mayor of Rochester), 
15, 120. 

Preone, Wm. de, 9, 220, 222; (Salt- 
wood, 1391), 18, 427. 

Prescot, Sir John, 3, 192 ; Lady, 191. 

Prestenho and Prickhell, grant of 
lands in, 6, 203. 

Preston, Alice de, 13, 122, 344-5; 
Anne, 18, 22 ; Christopher, 15, 
391; G. de, Justice itinerant (1256), 
3, 248 ; Sir Gilbert, 18, 92; Henry, 
22 ; John {alias Hannyball), 
18; Rev. John, 211: Margaret, 
18 ; heirs of Reginald de, 10, 158 ; 
Rev. Samuel, 16, 126 ; Stephen de, 

11, 323; Thomas de, Rector of 
Tunstall (1373), 6. 86; (Bexlev, 
L376-85), 18, 379; William de, 11, 
60; William (1467), 14, 17S; 
William, " capitalis " of Whitstaple 
hundred, T, 3, 86. 

Preston, dene in Tenterdcn, 14. 41. 

Preston, 10, 158; 12, 10, 90; 18, 
33; contest for the manor of, 5, 
190; alias Preston Court .Manor, 
10, 117 ; hundred, ib. ; fines of 
land, etc., in, 4, 287; 18-337. 

Preston, by Aylesford, 12. 22! ; Hall, 
the seat of the Colepe|ier>. 5- 27 ; 
17, 255-6. 

Preston, next Faversham, 13. 329, 
330; 14, 65; riots, T.. 3- 
church, 9, lxxiii; Lymost, 90; fines, 

12, 295; 13. 301 ; 15. 282, 31 
Preston, next Wingbam, residence of 

Juliana de Leyhorne, 1, 2; manor 
house, 3, 8; farming stock taken, 
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(1523), 2, 53; Roman remains at, 
12, 47 ; hundred, 206 ; manor, 207; 
rood screen, 14, 371 ; fines of land 
in, 11. 335, 339, 343, 348, 354; 12, 

299 ; 14, 260 ■ 15, 282, 286. 
Prestwode, Gilbert de (1263), 3. 265. 
Fret, Antony, Flcte manor (1261), 5, 

292. 
Pketty, E., Esq., 9, 1, 9, 198; 15, 
371; Curator of Maidstone Museum 
(1858), 1, 172; on an ancient carv- 
ing at Maidstone, 4, 114; on the 
Golden Armillse in the Society's 
Museum, 5, 41. 
Price, Rev. Henry (1057), 3, 101; 
Rev. Salisbury "(1774), 13, 478 ; 
Rev. Thomas (Darlford, 1689), 18, 
396. 
Prices of Silver, 9, 233, 268 ; of church 
goods, 268, 273, 283, 284 ; corn and 
farming stock, 29 Edw. I., 285; 
houses, 285; hens and eggs, 241, 
242. 
Prices, Hugh, 18, 443. 
Prideaux, Mr., F.A.S., on bones at 

Hythe Church, 18, 334. 
Prideaux (Prideux), John, 14, 93. 
Pridinton, Walter de, and Margery 

his wife (1270), 5, 301. 
Prieu, John (Rector of Woodchurch, 

1400), 14, 354. 
Priest, Hugh, son of the (Deloe, 1247), 

2, 296. 
Priest's Cross, in Hawkhurst, 5, 81 n, 

82. 
Priest's fee for saying the service 

(1557), 17, 114-5. 
Priest's room at Chislet Church, 12, 

108. 
Priet, John, 11, 315. 
Prig, Robert, W., 6, 219. 
Prigge and Trashe (nails), Rochester 

accounts, 2, 78, 116. 
Prikel, Daniel, Triaiistone (1251), 2, 

306. 
Pricket (Prickett, Pryket), John, 11, 
344; 12,302; 13, 298-9, 317; 14, 
254, 268-9; John de, 13, 317. 
Prille, Ralph (1412), 10, 247. 
Primer seisin, what, 2, 284. 
Primlogie, Henry (Dartford, 1349), 

18, 385. 
Primont, Vincent, 13, 548. 
Prince, the, a man-of-war built by 

Phineas Pett, 6, 58 n ; its cost, ib. 
Prince, John, 12, 390; Roger, 15, 

390. 
Prior, of Christ Church, Canterbury, 
hospitate and private buildings, 7, 
93; of Strood, John, son of William, 
10, 146. 



Prior, George, Incumbent at Maid- 
stone College, 2. •'--; -Matthew, 13, 
166. 

Priory, of St. .Martin, Dover, see 
Dover. 

Prisons of Westgate and the Castle; 
see under Canterbury, 2, 170. 

Prisot, John, a Kentish Chief Justice, 
5,27. 

Prittewell Priory, 10, 270. 

Priour, John (1522), 12, 424; Tho- 
mas, 421. 

Privateers (1666-70), 11, 260, 261. 

Probationes ceteris, most interesting 
records, 1, 124, 125. 

Proby, John, 15, 271. 

Procession, banners for, 17, 79. 

Proclamation for guns and long 
dudges (1579), 2, 80; for apparel, 
etc. (1579), 81 ; for concealed 
lands (1579), 80; for prices of 
wines (1579), 80; importing wines 
free (1579), 80 ; the " going over 
wools " (1579), 80 ; against sedi- 
tious books (1579), 81, 82 ; for 
breeding horses (1580), 82; against 
rebels (1579), 82 ; from Oxford 
against complying with the Parlia- 
ment (1643), 197. 

" Proctor," meaning of the term in the 
time of Elizabeth, 6, 52 ». 

Proctor, Mr., the Tunbridge school- 
master, 4, 235 ; his history of Wyatt's 
rebellion, 221, 236 ». 

Proctor, Andrew, 18, 34 bis. ; Eliza- 
beth, ib. 

Promhull Manor, sold by William de 
Septvans to Sir Nicholas de Lov- 
eyne, 1, 129. 

Promhull (Promhelle),Mabilia de, 12, 
211. 

Prompforium Parrulorum, 9, 65, 66. 

Pronunciation, old Kentish, 6, 142; 9, 
57-61 ; English, 9, 53. 

Propechaunt, Ric, 13, 559. 

Prophet, John (1386), Dean of York 
(1416), 14, 1, 163. 

Prophet, Philip (1367), sells Reigate 
freestone for Rochester Castle, 2, 
112. 

Prosfest, Hugh, of Greenwich, 11, 
402. 

Prosperous Sarah, a collier's bark used 
as a prison, 3, 152. 

Protestants (briefs authorising collec- 
tions for),' of Per-, 14, 213; of 
France, 182, 184, 210, 211, 212 ; of 
Huugary, 209; of Ireland, 182-4, 
211-2; of the Palatinate, 213; of 
Poland, 214; 17, 322; of Pied- 
mont, 14, 219? of Savoy, 219; of 



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INDEX TO VOL. I. — XVTTT. 



Strasburgh, 207; of Westphalia, 

218. 

Proude, Jane, daughter of Thomas 
(wife of Harlackenden), 14, 361 ; 
Thomas le, 18, 344; Walter le, 2, 
126; William le, 13- 293; William 
le, 18, 344 ; see Prowde. 

Provenders Manor, 10. L37. 

Proverbs relating to Kent. 9, 117; 
containing the word " Kent," 117- 
24; "Kentish," 124-130; names of 
places in Kent, 130-41. 

Provest, Margaret, 18- 23; William, 
ib. 

Provisions of Oxford, 5, 14-2, 160 ; 
annulled by the award of Louis IX., 
146. 

Provost, William, 18, 32, 39. 

Prowde, Colonel, 14. 289: William, 
T., 3, 83 bis. ; William, 14, 305. 

Prowse, allied to Dering, 10, 338. 

Prude, see Prowde and Proude. 

Prunes and currants in Rochester 
accounts (1579), 2, 80. 

Pryk, John, 11, 08. 

Prvket, see Priket. 

Prynce, Roger, W., 15, 390. 

Psalter, two books, 5, 01 ; conjecture 
as to them, ib. »; English, bought, 
9, 228, 234, 235; the Harley, 13, 
72; the Utrecht, 72; the Shafts- 
bury {New C, iv), 00-2, 65, 73. 75, 
78. 

Public penances, latest instances of, in 
England, 14, 100. 

Pucin (or Pucvn), Alice, wife of Tho- 
mas Suberi, Stalisfield, 3, 217; 
Cecilia, ib.; Joan, id. ; Richard, ib.; 
William, 11, 324. 

Puckering, Anne, 18, 30; Edward, 
ib. 

Puckle, Rev. J., his lecture in Dover 
Castle church, 3, 32. 

Puckxidge, 15, 165. 

Pucleswod, Richard de (1262), 3, 
252. 

Pudner, Humphry, 14, 124, 289; 
Catherine (allied to Barrett), 14. 
121. 

Pue-door, 9- 235. 

Pugeys, rmbert, 13, 309; Sir Ymbert, 
6. ii37. 

Puingnent, William, Newington (cir- 
ca 1219), 2, 315. 

Pukeleston, in Stodmarsh, fiue (1198), 

1, 273. 

Puckeleston, Kerlewin de, 1, 273; 
Michael de, ib. 

Pulletborne, Johanna, 14, 261 ; Rich- 
ard de, 261. 

Pulpilum, 14, 146-7. 



Pulteney, John de, 10. 152, 153, 156 ; 

Sir John, 17, xlviii. 
Pulter, Anthony, 14.302 ; Isabella le, 

15, 302 ; William, 302. 
Pulton Manor, 10. 123. 
Pulton, John, of Lvdd, his will (1473), 

13, 449; Margaret of Lydd, 433, 

450 ; Richard, 435, 449, 461. 
Punch irons (Ponchons, Punchons) at 

Rochester Castle (1367), 2, 128, 

130. 
Punchion, Win., 11, 155. 
Purbeck, John, Viscount, 16, 57. 
Purde, William, 14, 329. 
Purfleet, 15, 192. 

Purgatorium, what, 7, 165. 

Purley, in Essex, 10, 270-3, 275. 

Purvevor ot Rochester Castle, what, 
2, 128. 

Pusi, John de (1271), 6, 243. 

Pustrell, John, 14, 294. 

Puteo, Adam de, Shorne (1246), 2, 
295 ; Alice de, 9, 287 ; Reginald 
(1263), 3, 253; Richard (1260), 3, 
250. 

Putsawe, John, servant at Minster 
Priory, 7, 305. 

Puttelady, John, labourer, 2, 126. 

Puttenden, 15, 95. 

Putwood Manor, 10, 137. 

Puymeye, Wm., 9, 295. 

Puynant, Joceus, Smethe (1246), 2, 
293. 

Pyat, William (Vicar of Ickham), 
1568), 14, 130. 

Pycas, John, 14. 248-9. 

Pycod, Adam, 15, 289. 

Pycot, John, 13, 307 ; Matilda, 13, 
307. 

Pye, Sir Robt., 11, 242, 248. 

Pyers, John. 13, 338. 

Pyerres, Roger, of Shadlesfeld, 18, 
345. 

Pyersbye, John, Incumbent at Maid- 
stone College, 2, 62. 

Pyeshaugh, in Bromley, 13, 156. 
Pyghtesle, William, Vicar of Thorn- 
ham (1368), 18, 214, 245 » ; Rector 
ofCheriton (1403), 363. 

Pvk, Nicholas, a setter-mason (1367), 
'2. 124. 

Pyke, William, 13. 472. 

Pykot, Wm., 12. 237. 
Pykwell, .Joan. 12. 201; Johanna, 13, 
296, 309; Walter de, 12, 291; 13, 
296, 309. 
Pykynden, John, of Staplehurst, 11, 

102. 
Pykynham, John de, 15. 273. 
Pykynham, Matilda, 15, 273. 
Pylcher, Robert, 17, 95. 



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" Pyleys," definition of, 18, 9G n. 

Pvm, John, of Chilham, 8, 134; 
John, senior and junior, 18, 39. 

Pym, Mr. chairman of a committee, 
issues an order relating bo divine 
worship, 1, 190; the great lover of 
Justice tenders no help or wish to 
redress Colonel Sandis's outrages on 
Sir W. Butler (16 12), 2, 192. 

Pym, Robert, 14, 196. 

Pympe, cousin of John Gower, 10, 
265. 

P3 r mpe, see Pimpe. 

Pyncerna, Hugh. 10,27-4; Roger, 273, 
275. 

Pvnehen, John (1522), 12, 423. 

Pynck, John, 12, 389. 

Pyne, Thomas, Incumbent at Maid- 
stoue College, 2, 62. 

Pynewiggel (or Pynewygyel), Alice, 
'18, 338; Henry, 14,'248; Robert, 
of Middleton, 18, 338. 

Pynnesknoll, in Bromley, 13, 156. 

Pypelpenne, Richard de, 14, 266. 

Pyper, Johane, 13, 329; Margaret, 
*329, 337; Richard, 328, 329; Ro- 
bert, 329. 

Pvrot (? Perot), John, 13, 318; 
Ralph, 12, 209 ; William, 13, 318. 

Pvrrin, Joseph, 18, 29. 

Pyrrin, Thomas, 18, 29. 

Pysinden, Agnes, wife of Stephen, 
and daughter of Sir Roger and 
Agnes de Northwode, 2, 22. 

Pvsin^e, Christopher, 10, cxxii. 

Pysynggs, Ralph le, 13, 86. 

Pyttenden, Andrew, monk of Motten- 
den Monastery, 2, 59. 

Pyx, Michael, 10, 68. 

Pvzaunt, John (Dartford, 1546), 18, 
395. 



Q 



Quarries supplying stone for the old 
buildings of Maidstone. 1, 157 ; of 
St. Martin, near Caen, 4, 7. 

Quarry House, Frindsbury, 17, 169- 
80, 189-92. 

Quarter Sessions, origin of Court of 
(1675), 17, 30; in 1720-44, 31. 

Quartremars, heirs of, 12, 226. 

Quatretnere, Wm. de, 11, 53. 

Queen Camel, rood-loft at, 14, 370. 

Queen Court, Ospringe, 10, 137. 

Queen Eleanor, of Provence, 13, 81-2, 
511. 

Queen Katherine, of Braganza at 
Sandwich (1672), 15, 143-7. 

Queenborough (Quinborough, Quin- 



borowe), 7, 237 ; 11, lxi ; 12, 326 ; 

13, 9, 10, 12, 16; 14, 380; 15, 

364-6; 18, 24, 27, 31, 33 ; records, 

9, 114, 115, 116; arms, 13, :,:{?. 
Queenborough Castle, 9. k0; 11, 23!); 

15,379; 16, 43; defended against 

Cade, 7, 242. 
Queenborough, Sir Edward Hales, 

M.P., for (1642), 2, 181. 
Queen sborou.L,di water, 6, 58. 
Queen's College, Cambridge, galleries, 

7, 1G. 
Queen's College, Oxford, 11, 274-6, 

279, 287, 289 ; founder and arms of, 

282, 283. 
Queke, Agnes, 12, 414 ; Christiana, 

413; Joan, 413; John, 411, 413; 

Richard, 411, 413; Robert le, 413; 

Thos., 413. 
Quekes, in Birchington, 8, 87; vine- 
yard at, 6, 329 ; 10, ex. 
Queningate, Canterbury, 13, 120. 
Queningate Lane, Canterbury, 7, 7. 
Quentin, in Brittany, torques at, 9, 3. 
Querle, Augustine, Herlynus, and 

Nicholas de, W., 6, 205. 
Quern, a, at Frindsbury, 18, 192. 
Quernilo, see Cornilo. 
Quested, Augustin, Incumbent at 

Wingham College, 2, 61 ; Elizabeth, 

18, 415 ; Jno., dog-whipper, 9, 

235 ; Jno., of Smarden, 14, 25. 
Quex, 12, 413-18 ; 14, 360 ; Chancel, 

12, 409. 
Quey'nterel, Robt., of Dartford, 9, 293. 
Quia emptor 'es, statute of, 4, 305 ». 
Quikmam (or Quikeman), Adam, 13, 

319; John, 15, 286; Thomas, 13, 

319 ; 15, 286. 
Quince}', Eleanor de, wife of Sir 

Roger Leybourne, 5, 154. 
Quittance of Shires, defined, 9, lxiv ». 
Quiver, apparently of Christian times, 

found in an English grave, 8, 220 n. 
Quynt, Captain (1460), 12, 31. 
Quyntin, Anselinus, 10, 148 ; 11, 

318 ; John, 318 ; Robert, 14, 333. 
Ouythem, "William, curate of Bilsing- 

ton, 8, 108. 



R 



Rabbit, allied to Dering, 10, 335. 

Rabel, Edmund, 13, 354. 

Rabele, Isabel, widow of Andrew, 10. 

132. 
Rabiniere, M., a French admiral 

buried in Rochester Cathedral, 6, 

76. 
Rabies, Jane, 16, 184, 185. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. XVIII. 



RaeOhele, lands, 5, 199. 
Racchel, Geoffrev de, 8.280. 
Races bora . 11. 256 ; (fool ), 257. 
Eadcliffe, Eev. Dr. Houstonne (1788), 

14. L33 : Rev. Percivalj vicar of 
Sheldwich (l«67), 18, 299. 

Sadden, or Raddenden, in Xettlestead, 

6. 227. 
Bade, John, 18, 29; Katherine, ib. 
Radefann, Ailwan de, Kidbrook, 4, 

275. 
Radcmelde, John de, 10, 148. 
Radenville, 12, 310. 
Radfelde Chapel, in Bapchild, an in- 

cumbent of, 2. 02. 
Radford (Maidstone), where Roman 

road crossed t ho Med way, 1, 155; 

15. 70-1, 73-4. 

Radingate, Allan de (1250), 14, 19. 

Radington, Sir Baldwin de, 12, 313. 

Radigund's, St., Abbe}-, 10, 1; see St. 
Rhadegunds. 

Radulph (priest of Colrede, W.), 6, 
197 ; (son of Erne, W.), 6, 219. 

Radrng. abbot of, 12, 227. 

Raedwald, King of East Anglia, 7, 35. 

Rafters, see Chevrones. 

Ra-stone (1368), Rochester Castle, 2, 
lit, 128, 130. 

Railton, alias Outredd, Cicilie, 18, 17. 

Rain, Richard, 15, 231. 

Raine, Rev. J., on vestments of St. 
Cuthbert, 5, 310 n. 

Rains, John, 18, 28 ; William, ib. 

Rainham (Renham, Reynhan), 9, 
130; 11, 03; 14, 376; 15, 108; 
17, 155-100; 18, 17,31,38; Mere 
manor in, 1, 6, 7 ; extracts from 
parish registers, 6, 291 ; monumen- 
tal inscriptions, 295; Roman im- 
plements from, 10, xli ; church- 
wardens' accounts, 15, 333-7 ; Down, 
6. 50 ; fines of land in, 4, 295 ; 5, 
272; 11. 311, 318, 334, 350; 15, 
280, 286 ; 18, 341, 346. 

Rainham Church, 6, 295; 10,77; 

13. 414; 14, 371; paper on, 17, 
19-65; bells, 54; old chest, 10, 
77; 17,55; communion plate, 63; 
pardon Bcreen, 14, 371. 
Rainham, James de, 13. 315; 14, 
264 : Joan, 10. 232; Robert, 13, 
315 i 14, 201 ; Robert de, and Ma- 
tilda his wife, 18, 350: Rev. Robert, 
Rector of Suave (1681), 2, '■»! ; 

Roger de, 10. 232; 14, 250. 

Rainsborough, Admiral, 9, 39. 

Rainsford, Mile-, 11. 2ls. 

Raiser, Dr. von, on the Nbrdendorf 

Cemetery, 8, 239. 245. 
Rakeetraw, John, T., 3, 67, 76. 



Rale. John de, 14, 245 ; Roberta, ib. 

Raleigh, Elizabeth, granddaughter of 
Sir Walter, 18, 360 ; Robert de, 12, 
223; Sir Walter, 11, 205; 12- 
138, 151, 158, 159: 13, 259; 17, 
198 ; 18, 360. 

Ralph, and bis five brothers (1197), 1, 
242; a tenant in Godinton (1197), 
240; the clerk, Delminden, 5. 257, 
260 ; the constable of Philip Augus- 
tus, King of France, 4, 130; the 
marshal, W., 5, 197; of St. Mar- 
tin's (Dover?), W., 4, 211; son 
of William, W., 4, 205 ; of Wing- 
bam, W., 4, 211 : Ivo., Jordan, and 
Robert, sous of (Charing), 4. 300. 

Ralph (Ralfe), Thomas, son of James, 

13, 476. 

Ram, Joan, 11, 153 ; John, 153, 320 ; 

15, 204-5 ; Richard, 203-4 ; Robert 

le, 10, 145 ; Thomas, 15, 263-5. 
Ramherst Manor, 10, 153. 
Ramond, Mr. (solicitor), 18, 155,156. 
Rampton, Thos., 11, 143. 
Ramsay, Capt. John, 18, 293. 
Ramsden-Belhouse, 15- 232. 
Ramsey (Ramsey e), Agnes de, 11, 

330; John de,'l0, 147: 11, 330; 

Rev. John (Woodchurch, 1540), 

14, 355 ; John, 16, 316 ; Rev. 
.Malcolm (Patricksbourne, 1494), 
14, 178; Richard (Leeds Priory), 
2, 64; Thomas, 17, 24; Walter, 
18, 380. 

Ramsey (Rammesey), John, executed 
as a follower of Cade, 7, 243. 

Ramsgate, 15, 318 ; derivation of, 9, 
78 ; 16 ships belonging to, 10, 
cxx; muster roll, 12, 366; ship- 
ping, 368; list of seafaring men 
(1023), 307; tokens, 368-9; Nether- 
court, 372 ; Roman remains at, II- 
18; 17, 4, 154, 157, 159; paper on 
British village at, 18. 1-4. 

Ramsgate (Ramisgate), Baldwin de, 
12, 366 ; Bartholomew de, ib. ; 
Clement de, ib. ; Johanna d. of 
John de, ib. : heirs of Martin de, 
ib. ; Stephen de. ib. 

Rand. ( lap tain, 17, 379. 

Randall Manor, 11, lxxxv, 218, 265, 
269 ; see also Roumlall, of Cobham. 

Randall, Thos., 11. 156. 

Randes, Alianora, 11, 328; Robert 
de, ib. 

Randolph | Randolfe, Randulf), Alyce, 
12, 422 : Andrew, labourer. 2- 126 : 
Avery, 1 16, 122 ; 18, 18; Edward. 
18; ilenrv, 2. 123; Rev. II., 14. 
357 ; 15. 300; Joan, 2, 57; John 
(1409), 10, 190; Jno., of Dartford, 



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9, 287, 292; Kateryn, 12, 423; 
Mary, 416 ; Mr., 18, 102 ; Roger, 
15, "390 ; Rev. Stephen, 16, 122 ; 
Rev. Thomas, 18, 431 ; his son 
Thos., 431 ; William (1683), 2, 93 ; 
alias Hastings, Sihille, 18, 18. 

Rands, Rev. Richard, 16, 89, 90, 97. 

Ranshorne, Zachary, 12, 390. 

Raper, Rev. John, 10, 284; 18, 298. 

Rapton, in Chart hundred, 12, 219. 

Rashleigh, Rev. Peter, 13, 479 ; 18, 
188. 

Raspys, John, pensioner of Christ 
Church, Canterbury, 2, 60. 

llastura, explained, 7, 62 ». 

Ratcliffe, Goodman, 15, 181. 

Rating, parochial, on "ability " or in- 
come, 12, 355. 

Ratling, in Nonington (Estretling), 
fines of land in, 1,233,234; 6,228. 

Ratteburg, see Richborough. 

Rauland, Thomas, 10, 153. 

Raulyne, Alice, 11, 375 ; John, ib. ; 
Laurence (will, 14G0), 374; Richard, 
375. 

Raunsby, William, 17, 81. 

Raven, Alexander, temp. Edw. III., 1, 
128. 

Ravenall (or Ravenell), Alice, 16, 
206 ; Goodwife, 182, 205. 

Ravensbourne, Bromley, 13, 148; 15, 
100. 

Ravenshaw, Eliza, 17, 306. 

Ravenstone, Bucks, monument of 
Heneage Finch, first Earl of Not- 
tingham, 5, 37. 

Ravenstone Priory, 14, 340. 

Ravenestone, John de, 15, 222, 259. 

Rawe, Ralph de (1271), 6, 238. 

Rawes, Roger, 16, 187. 

Rawling alias Rollys, in Eastling, 10, 
136. 

Rawlinge, William, Rochester ac- 
counts, 2, 79. 

Rawlins, Rev. F. J., on Celtic barrow, 
9, 26. 

Rawlinson, Dr., letter to, from Arch- 
deacon Stubbs, 18, 240. 

Rawlinson, Marguerite Jane, 18, 293. 

Rawlyn, John (1522), 12, 426. 

Rawlyns, Warden of Merton College, 
Oxford (1521), 1, 21. 

Raworth, Mr., 16, 24-2, 247, 249-50. 

Rawson, James, 18, 434; Robert 
(1589), 14, 179 ; Thomas, 18, 29. 

Rawson alias Hunt, Elizabeth, 18, 29. 

Rayltou, Mrs., aunt of James Master, 

15, 213, 216; 16, 211-6, 247-53, 

255, 257, 259 ; 17, 321, 324 ; 18, 167. 

Rayman, Thomas, of Leeds priory, 2, 

64. 

VOL. XIX. 



Raymond, Amy, 17, 263; Hugh, 
263; Jones, ib. ; Lord, 13, 399; 
Thos., 11, 277. 

Raynar, Lodbrok, genealogy of, 8, 41. 

Raynard, Robert, of Romney Marsh, 
i7, 230. 

Raynere, William (1435), 10, lx. 

Raynes,Sir Ralph, Seal, 3, 141. 

Ravnesford, Henry, curate of Bon- 
nington, 8, 109. 

Raynford, Richd., 11, 395. 

Riynhall, Rev. Richard, 13, 412. 

Raynolde, John, 18, 297 ; Richard, 
11, 415 ; Thomas (1522), 12, 425 ; 
Thos. (1630), 17, 284. 

Raypese, Thomas, 14, 141. 

Ray's South and East Country Words, 
9, 56, 60, 68 et seq. 

Bea (Re, Ree, Rhee, Rye), Celtic 
name for a river, 13, 268-9. 

Reach, Lower and Upper (Chatham), 
visited by Prince Henry (1611), 6, 
58. 

Read, Bridget, marries Sir Tho. Wil- 
loughby, 5, 28 ; Sir Robert, a Ken- 
tish Chief Baron, 5, 28 ; Robert, 12, 
388, 390. 

Reade, heirs of John le, 14, 197 ; John, 
T., 3, 73 ; (1404), 10, lxi, lxiii, lxiv; 
(Edw. II.), 15, 363-4; Rev. Robert 
(1352), 14, 385 ; William, Provost 
of Wingham, and Bp. of Chichester, 
14, 1 ; see Rede. 

Reader, Mr. Thos., of Kingsnorth 
(1726), 2,94. 

Reading, 15, 244 ; in Ebony, 14, 41, 
42, 44 ; Hill, Tenterden, 38 ; ville 
of, 44 ; street in Thauet, 15, 345. 

Reading. Rev. Jno., of Cheriton, 5, 
120; 18, 359, 365-6; Mr. Ralph, 
18, 220, 221 ; Mr. (1642), and Sir 
Roger Twysden, 4, 185, 187. 

Reberasse, Janekin, 16, 185. 

Rebles, Jane, 16, 183. 

Record, Family, 15, 367. 

Rectors, of Cheriton (1316-1892), 18, 
363-8; of Chevening (1262-1888), 
16, 122-6 ; of Cliffe at Hoo (1288- 
1890), 15, 217-54, 259; of East- 
church (1755-1892), 14, 382, 388 ; 
of Great Mougeham, 15, 358 ; of 
Ickham (1283-1882), 14, 126-133 ; of 
Ivychurch (1288-1800), 13, 458 ; of 
Newchurch (1288-1780), 13,464-6 ; 
of Lullingstone (1322-1880), 16, 
112-3; of Newenden (1523-1773), 
4,112; of Orpington (1254-1790), 
13, 382 ; of Saltwood (1276-1888), 
18, 425-432; of Snargate (1291- 
1770), 13, 423-7 ; of Staplehurst, 
9, 192-3, 196 ; of Warehorn (1438- 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



1861), 4, 101 ; of Woodchurch 
(1314-1882), 14, 354-357; 19, v. 

Beculver (Recolure, Reculure), 4. 37 ; 
9, 113 ; 14, xliv, 368 ; 15, 54-5, 319, 
320,371; 18, 300; John Roper's 
lands in (1523), 2, L68; extracts 
from parish registers, 5, 235 ; Etonian 
pillars from, 5, 9; closing of the 
channel from, 8, 13 ; Roman Cas- 
trum, 10- 166 ; ville of, 206 ; fines 
of lands in, 11, 332, 338 ; 12, 301 ; 
13, 293, 320; 14, 272, 279, 280; 
18. 346. 

Ri.ri.vn: Castbtjm, 10. 166; 12, 
1-13. 

Reculvcr Chantry, an Incumbent of, 
2,62. 

Rr.rrLYER Church, Z, 135-6; 5,9; 
12, 20, 248, 268. 

Reculver, Mary de. 18, 348, 350, 351 ; 
Wm. de, 15, 277, 281 ; 18, 348, 
350, 351. 

Recusants, names to be certified (1641), 

1, 188. 

Redar, John, of Bredgar, 11, 399. 

Red bo rough, Hamond, 12, 426 ; John, 
427 ; Simon, ib. 

Redbourne, John, vicar of Faversharn, 
11, 31 ; 18, 105, 112. 

Redclyffe Church, Bristol, brass of Sir 
John Juvn, temp. Hen. VI., 1, 86. 

Rede, Alice, 13, 320 ; Edith, 14, 262- 
3 ; Gilbert le, 250 ; 15, 276 ; John, 
pensioner of Boxley Abbey, 2, 60 ; 
John, 4, 227, 231 ; John, rector 
of Horton, 10, 57, 65 ; Juliana, 2, 
22 ; 14, 250 ; 15, 276 ; Peter of 
Dover, 2, 22; Richard le, 13, 320; 
Sir Richard, 2, 63; Robert, 11, 
396 ; Roarer le, 14, 262-3 ; Thomas, 
18, 107, 113. 

Etedebroo, 10, 270. 

Redee, Andrew de la, Boughton (1247), 

2, 295. 

Rede Hall, manor, Surrey, 16, 227. 

Redfvn, Nicholas, 11, lxi ; Rest, ib. 

Redgate, Richard, 16, 316. 

Redgwere, 12, 222. 

Redmvevc, sec Ridgeway. 

Red Ilfll, Appledore, 13, 201,268-9, 

270, 280; 15, 315. 
Bedingate, Matilda, 11, 314 ; Nicholas 

de, .'ill. 
Etedman, Sir Matthew, prisoner in 

Prance, temp. Edw, 111.. 5. 121; 

Richard, Bishop of St. Asaph, 14. 

141 ; 15,6] ; Thomas, 18, 26 ; Arch- 

■ ii William, 445. 

!:■ merchale, Etev. Hugh do, 13. 1 7 7 . 
Redmundenne, William of, W., 5. 220. 

Rdktunc, W. ; -a Radstone. 



Redwood, Christopher (allied to Har- 
lackenden), 14, 361. 

Redwyne, Robert, 12, 215. 

ELee, and Roe wall, see Rhee and Rea. 

Etee, Grodard de, 10, 127 ; John, T., 4, 
80. 

Reeve, George, 14, 239 ; John, ib. ; 
Mary, ib. ; Roger the (1263), 4, 312 ; 
Walter the, Parleigh (1263), 3, 254 ; 
William the (1263), 255,257. 

Resge, Gilbert de, 13, 314 ; Richard, 
12. 214; Robert, of Paddlesworth 
(1459), 10, li ; Roger, 13, 314. 

Reginald (the Chamberlain of France), 
4, 130 ; (the clerk, W.), 5, 200; (of 
Cornhull, Constable of Chilham, 
W.), 4, 218; (the Doorkeeper, W.), 
6, 314 ; (son of Hamo of Throwley, 
W.), 4, 218; (Walter), 12. 
297. 

Regis, Rev. Balthazar (1717), 14, 
167 ; 15, 37. 

Reu r isdune, Roger de, Boughton (1247), 
2, 295. 

Registers, parish, see Parish Registers. 

Regulbium, a Roman Cast rum (Recul- 
ver), 12, 1-14 ; 15, 319-20; a poem, 
371. 

Reidstrete, 1Q, 322. 

Eteigate, British remains found near, 
1, 114; freestone used at Roches- 
ter Castle (1368), 2, 112, 121, 122, 

Reillv, Sir Francis Savage, of Scar- 
vagh, 18. 357. 

Reimbertslaud in Hartley, 6, 218. 

Reingod, Alderman, 5, 287, 288. 

Beinold, Thomas. Vicar of Thornham 
(1597), 18, 249. 

Reistad, Norway, stone pillar with 
Runes, 8, 207. 

Rekell, Win., arms, H, 397. 

Relic Sunday, 7, 305 n ; 10, 242 ; 

17,in. 

Relief, what, 2, 283. 

Religious houses in Kent, thirty-six; 
with one alien priory and six Col- 
leges, 2, 54; connection between the 
monasteries of Kent in the Saxon 
period, 3, 119. 

Relph, George, overseer, Dareuth 
(17U3), 6, 326. 

Remangen, Walter le, 6, 203. 

Rembert, owned land in Hartley. 6, 
216. 

Remherst, Gilbert de, 11, 353. 

Remond, John, Cumbe (1252), 2, 308. 

Renate apples, golden, 9, 130. 

Etenaud, John, of Dynant, 18, 350: 
Nicholaa, ib. 

Rei.ek. EleV. Peter. 18- 120. 

Eener, John, 14, l'.»7. 



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Reneu, Peter, 15, 35. 

Renne, Thomas, of Renham, 7, 236. 

Rennytt, Augustine, curate of Hast- 
ingleigh, 9, 268. 

" Repentance," a Christian name, 10, 
68. 

Repoun, Johanna, 13, 338 ; William, 
ib. 

Repynghale, Rev. Win. (1417), 13, 
478. 

Repton, or Ripton, in Ashford, 10, 132 ; 
14, 50; 16, 161, 165-7, 177-8; 
church crypt, 13, 19, 20; house, 
2, 105 ; manor of Great, 10, 132. 

Repton, John de (1267), 5, 297 ; Ste- 
phen, T., 3, 82, 83, 84. 

Restone, John (1595), 18, 213. 

Restoration, abuses perpetual under 
the name of, 6, 131 n. 

Restoration House, Rochester, its 
builder and subsequent occupiers, 6, 
65 n ; Mr. W. B. Rye on, 15, 111- 
116 ; Mr. S. T. Aveliug on, 116-126. 

Rethereia, Derewinus de, Dartford, 3, 
232 ; Estrilda his wife, ib. 

Retling (Retlingg, Retlynge) manor, 
10, 124 ; Prebend in Wingharn Col- 
legiate Church, 14, 164-5. 

Retling, 11, 310 ; heirs of, 12, 206 ; 
Johanna, 15, 299 ; John de, 11, 
355 ; Richard, ib. ; Margeria, sister 
of Sarah de, 10, 124 ; Richard, son 
of Richard de, 120, 121 ; Sarah de, 
124 ; Thos. de, 121, 129, 130. 

Reve, John, churchwarden of Chart- 
ham, 8, 129, 130 ; John, 13, 559 ; 
William, T., 4, 75, 83; William of 
Canterbury, 17, 98, 99, 102, 106-9. 

Revekyn, Robert, 10, 148. 

Reveland (prepositura), 3, 269. 

Revere (Reuere), William le, 14, 242. 

Rewe, heirs of Robert le, 14, 195. 

Rev, Robert, 12, 423 ; William, 422. 

Reymund, Walter, 11, 335. 

Reynald, William, 14, 273. 

Reynden Wood, 10, cviii. 

Reyner, Thomas, of Strode, 2, 28; 
Wm, of Dartford, 9, 295. 

Reynold, Alice, 11, 329 ; John, rioter, 
T., 3, 75 ; constable, T., 88 ; John, 
10, 116, 133; 11, 329; Thomas, 
10, 133. 

Reynolds, Archbishop, 14, 1, 126, 177, 
354, 375 ; 15, 223-5, 379. 

Reynolds, Jane, 15, 368 ; John, 3, 
180; 10, cxxiii; 13, 163; John, 
master gunner of the Prince man-of 
war, 6, 58 ; Sir Joshua, his pictures 
at Cobham Hall, H, 162, 163, 165, 
174-6 ; Richard, 12, 389 ; William, 
ib. ; 18, 32. 



Reyns, Elicia, 11, 335; Thomas de.iJ. 

Reys, Alexander, Mayor of Fordwich 
(1311), 18,87. 

Rhee, and Rhee wall, Romney, 13, 
181, 268-80, 357-61 ; 15, 345. 

Rhogeni, potter's mark on Samian 
ware, 4, 30. 

Rialle, George (1563), 17, 118. 

Ribton, Henry (Bexley, 1539), 18, 
379. 

Ricard, Richard, 9, 227, 232 ; 14, 22. 

Rich, Col., 9, 43, 44 ; Jasper, 18, 40 ; 
John, ib. ; Nicholas (1660), 17, 337. 

Richard I., charter to Abbey of St. 
Berlin, 4, 219 ; interferes with the 
custom of Rochester in favour of 
the Crucesignati, 6, 109 ; " Aid " 
for his ransom, 10, 100, 102 ; visits 
Becket's tomb, 13, 507-8, see 9, 
128. 

Richard II., his jewels, 1, 77 ; T., 4, 
68 ; his pardons to rioters, 70 n, 79, 
81,83 and n; suggests " Confess io 
Amantis " to Gower, 6, 92 ; grants 
a pension to Chaucer, 93; basely 
treated by both, 94. 

Richard III., 14, 5. 

Richard (Abbot of Battle), 8, 285; 
(Archbishop of Canterbury, c. 1175), 
4, 211; 5, 207; 6, 192; 8, 282; 
his obsequies (1184-5), 13, 507; 
(Bishop of London, c. 1153, W.), 4, 
206, 207 ; (of Cirencester, a hoaxer), 
9, lxxvii ; (the clerk, W.), 5, 203, 
204, 211, 215 ; 6, 218, 222 ; (Fitzroy, 
a son of King John), 8, 291 n ; 
(King of the Germans), 5, 145,176 ; 
heir of Hlothere, King of Kent, 8, 
265 ; (of Hunfranvill, W.), 4, 216 ; 
(Dean of Sandhurst, W.), 5, 216; (de 
Sar, W.), 4, 209 ; (the seneschal, 
W.), 6, 314; (de la Wyche, Bishop 
of Chichester), 7, 275 n. 

Richard, John, 14, 340 ; Haymond of 
Dover, 11, 401; John, 14, 340; 
son of Ralph, W., 4, 213 ; Simon, 3, 
201 ; Walter, 14, 264. 

Richards, Sir Edward, Chief Baron, 
his collar of SS. (1817), 1, 92. 

Richards, Gabriel, 14, 345 ; Rev. 
James, 17, 62, 65 ; John, of Bidden- 
den, 11,400; John, 17, 41; Rev. 
John, 248, 250 ; Mary Elizabeth, 62 ; 
Rev. Maurice ap, 16, 96 ; Sir 
Peter, 14, 58; Rev. Robert, 13, 
427. 

Richardson, Conrade, 14, 303-4 ; 
Henry, 14, 93 ; John, clerk, 2, 55 ; 
John, of Canterbury, 17, 80-82, 86, 
90, 93 ; Richard, 14, 387 ; 18, 215 ; 
Robt., 11, 413; Sir Thomas, death 
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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



of, 5, 33 ; William, 16, 182 ; Wil- 
liam, churchwarden of Charlton, 8, 
129. 

Richardson, Dr., on the British Flag, 
9, liii. 

Richardson, allied to Deri ng, 10. 339. 

Richaut, Mr. (a Royalist, 1642), 2, 
187. 

Richborough, 1, 243 ; 4,37; 12,2; 
14, 134, 368; 15, 339, 371; 17, 
L53-60; the walls of, abutment (1197), 
1. 243; Fleet manor in, ib. ; excava- 
tions at. 7- zli ; Roman Castrum of 
late date at, 10. 166 ; 12, 7-14; 
Mr. Dowker's researches at, 8, 1-17 ; 
remarks by Mr. Godfrey-Faussett, 
15; excavations in 1887, 18,6-14; 
no lapidary inscription at, 5; cas- 
trum, 6 ; rich in Roman remains, 10, 
11 ; descriptions of fragments of Fic- 
tile vessels, 11 ; entrauce to Britain, 
42 ; second legion at, 11 ; Roman 
coins found at, 72-77 ; castle, 16, lx, 
lxii ; hill, 13, 10. 

Riche, Rev. John, 13, 464 ; Sir Rich- 
ard, 8, 52; Robt., 11, 250; Sir 
Thomas (1G6G), 18, 124. 

Richemont, William de, a judge (1195), 
1, 231. 

Richer, John, 12, 237. 

Richfield, John, 12, 378; William, 
379. 

Richmond, 10, 168 ; castle, 13, 26 n ; 
Dukedom, 11, 226; Duchess of, 
18, 156; Duke of (1643), 2, 
198; Karl of, 10, 264; Frances, 
Duchess of, 12, 54, 56, 58, 75; 
Henry, Earl of, 16, 45; Margaret, 
Countess of, 16, 43, 234; Mary, 
Duchess of, 12, 84 ; Stuarts, Dukes 
of, 49. 

Richmond alien Morland, Rev. John 
(Bexley, 1456), 18, 379. 

Richmond's shave, H, 260. 

Richmondshire Wills, cited, 2, 75, 

Rickhill, William, a Kentish judge, 5, 
27. 

Ridding, Benry, 18, 32. 

Ridding alias Bland, Mabel, 18, 32. 

Riddell, Geoffrey, Archdeacon of Can- 
terbury, and Chief Justiciary, 5, 23. 

Ridenn, Stephen de 1 1263), 3. '264. 

Rider, Mrs., of Boughton Monchensie, 
5, 90 and »., 94, L01 ; Philadelphia, 
17. 297-8; Thomas (1686), 297-8; 
William. 298. 

Rides explained, 4. 220; [vertinel), 
Ro< hester < lastle, 2, 125. 

Ridge, E., 11. 5,6. 

Ridgeway, 12, 222 ; dene, Tenterden, 
14, ii. 



Ridgewav, John de (1250), 2, 300; 

Walter de (1260), 3, 251. 
Riding-gate, Canterbury, 15, 342-7, 

381. 

Ridley (Retleghe, Ryley), 10, 156; 
12," 234 ; fines relating to, 1, 271 ; 
11,320; inventory of parish church 
goods, 10, 295. 

Ridley, Bishop, 11, 400; 14, 13; 15, 
238, 241 ; Prebendary of Canter- 
bury, 7, 97, 192, 193, 293 ; John, 
18,'293; Roger, gent., of Canter- 
bury, 7, 236. 

Ridsdale, George (Rochester accounts), 
2,78. 

Rievaulx Abbey, 14, 148. 

Rifford, or Risseford, Walter de, W., 
5, 211, 215. 

Rigault, Gideon (1712), 18, 287. 

Rigbv, Alex., 9, 47. 

Rigden, John, 14, 298 ; Margaret, 14, 
384 ; Mary, 18, 293 ; Mr., 402. 

Rigdon, Peter (1522), 12, 427 ; Tho- 
mas (1511), 10, 67. 

Right, writ of (1196), 1, 233. 

Riketal, Robert, Street (1198), 1, 270. 

Riky, Phceby, 18, 212 ; Rev. Walter, 
ib. 

Riley, Ilenry, T., on New Romney 
Records, 17, 12-13. 

Ring, silver, found at Sarr, 5, 320 ; 
gold of Celtic type, 9, 12 ; inscribed, 
204. 

Ringeley, Sir Edward, 16, lviii, 59. 

Ringemere (Ryngemere), 15, 307; 
John, Prior of the Friars Preachers 
at Canterbury (1342), 2, 18. 

Ringleton, Ringleston, 10,120; 15, 
10. 

Ringley Wood, 10, 138. 

Rings used at Rochester Castle, 2, 
125 ; of tinned iron, 129, 130. 

Rings of Serjeants-at-Law, 5, 21. 

Ring-shaped bronze fibula at Sarr, 6, 
171. 

Ringslo (Rvngslo),T.,3, 71, 72; Hun- 
dred, 10, 115, 160, 161 ; 12, 204, 
378; 15, 11. 

Ringwood (Hants), brass at, 14, 1G3. 

Ringwood (Ryngewode), John de 
(Saltwood, 1322), 18, 426. 

Ringwould, 13, 13; 16. 97, 428; 
tumuli at, 9. 21 ; manor, 13. 871. 

Rip baskets at Romney, 13, 206. 

Ripe, the, 13. 349 

Ripariis, see River. 

Ripon Cathedral, 13, 379; crypl of 
St. Wilfred, 20. 

Ripp, Rhip, 13. 238, 277, 352. 

Ripple (Riple, Rippele), 12, 207; 13, 
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in, 1, 6, 7 ; Court manor, 10, 118 ; 
in Westwell, 16, 72, 34 I; lines of 
land, etc., in, 1, 264 ; 13, 297, 300- 
5; 15,284. 

Ripple, Alicia de, 13, 121 ; Anselm de, 
12,336; Thomas de, 13, 86 ; Wil- 
liam de, 14, 376. 

Ripton, see Rcpton. 

Risdena, 10, 275. 

Rise, Thos., 11, 156; William, of 
Maidstone College, 2, 62. 

Riselip (Rislepe, Ryslepe), Agnes de, 
2, 234; Prior de, 15, 220 ; Roger de 
(1291), 2, 234; Roger de (20 Edw. 
III.), 10, 157 ; heirs of Robert de 
(read Roger de), 157. 

Rishanger's Chronicle, 5, 145. 

Risseford (or Rissheford), 10, 141 ; 
Adam de (20 Edw. III.), 141 ; (38 
Hen. III.), 12, 232 ; Roger de, 11, 
342, 343; Walter de, and Cumb- 
well, 5, 211. 

Risshton (Rysheton), Rev. Nich., 13, 
458 ; 15, 219, 235-6. 

Risyng, Nicholas de, 14, 273 ; 15, 
294. 

"Rites of Durham," cited, 7, 29, 32 
and n, 34, 44, 45, 84, 92, 101 n, 
165. 

Rither Arms, 15, 20. 

Ritson, censures Cower, 6, 93. 

Riulf, son of Radulf, W., 6, 219. 

Rivage, defined, 9, lxv n. 

River, near Dover, 14, 141 ; Roper's 
bequest to church of (1523), 2, 153 ; 
parish of, 10, cxxxvii ; fines of land 
in, 1, 274; 11, 323; land in (38 
Hen. III.), 12, 208, 209. 

River (Ripariis), Baldwin de, 12, 234. 

Rivers of Chafford, 15, 381; Sir 
George, 14, 154 ; 17, 44 ; John, 9, 
33 n ; 16, 55 ; Sir John, 3, 175, 
176 ; 14, 154; Margery de, 4, 315; 
10, 145-147, 155 ; Mr. (16G5), 18, 
121 ; Richard, Earl of, 16, 46. 

Rivit, Dr., 15, 36. 

Road, Roman, at Plaxtol, 2, 7. 

Roads Minnis, 9, 88. 

Roalf, Margeria, 14, 258; Nicholas, 
ib. 

Robas, John, of Newington, 10, 285. 

Robekyn, Richard, of Dartford, 9, 295. 

Roberd, Elena, 13, 310; George, 
Mayor of Fordwich, 18, 87, 89; 
Johanna, 89 ; John, sen. and jun., 
of Sandwich, 7, 235; John, 11, 
371; 13, 310 ; Margaret, 18, 89. 

Robert (Abbot of Boxley), 6, 227; 
(Bishop of Lincoln, c. 1153, W.), 4, 
206 ; (canon of Merton, W.), 209 ; 
(chaplain of Chilham, W.), 218; 



(the chaplain, W.), 5, 197; (of 
Bavent, W.),4, 211 ; (of Inglessham, 
YV.), 212 ; (the Priest, W.), 5, 197 ; 
(sacristan of East Peokham, W.), 8, 
272 ; (sou of Godwin and Gunnilda, 
at Minster), 3, 211; (son of Hamo 
de Throwley), 4, 217, 218; (son 
of Turbert, his grant to Cumb- 
well), 8, 286 ; (treasurer of the Hos- 
pitallers, Burham), 4, 290; (and 
William, sons of Andrew), W., 6, 
203 ; (de Thalamo, W.), 4, 208 ; 
(Alius Wlu', W.), 5, 197. 

Robert, Edmund the elder, W., 5, 79 ; 
John, 15, 267 ; 16, 290, 297, 301-6, 
312; (of Minster), 18,339; Mar- 
geria, ib. ; Moder, 106, 113 ; Richard, 
113; Robert, 17, 77, 111 ; Thomas, 
16, 291; Walter (1263), 3, 254; 
William, ib. 

Roberts, of Glassenbury, tombs, 9, xcv ; 
family, monuments of, 13, 135. 

Roberts, Agnes, 13, 135 ; Barbara, 
136 ; Capt. E. J., 17, 388 ; Colonel, 
9, civ ; 13, 137 ; Edmond, 5, 80,82, 
85 ; Elizabeth, 13, 135 ; George, W., 
5,84; of Brenchley, 11,403; 13, 
135-6 ; 17, 47 ; G. Leese, 15, 113 ; 
Henry, 17, 249 ; Rev. Henry, 15, 
248; Herbert, 18, 19; Joan, 13, 
135; John, 9, 49; 14, 78, 341; 
Lady (1670), 14, 208, 209, 210 ; Mar- 
garet, 9, c ; 13, 136 ; Margery, 18, 
19; Mary, 18, 211, 217, 218; Mr., 
15, 244 ; 17, 365 ; Richard, Vicar of 
Preston (1535), 10, 57 ; Susan, 17, 
249 ; Thomas defends the privileges 
of the Seven Hundreds, 8, 202 ; 
Thomas, of Staplehurst, 9, 201 ; 11, 
403; of Cranbrook, 11, 400; of 
Brenchley, 13, 135-7 ; of Canter- 
bury (1553), 14, 319, 322-3; of 
Esthodley, 18, 22; Sir Thomas, 
Bart., 13, 136 ; 14, 209, 210 ; Wal- 
ter, of Cranbrook (1474), 2, 230; 
Walter, 9, c ; 11, 395 ; 13, 136 ; 
Sir Walter (1642), 2, 180; 13, 
136-7 ; 15, 394 ; William, plumber 
of London (1374), 2, 95; Sir Wil- 
liam, 17, 249. 

Roberts, H., on Christian IV. at 
Rochester, 6, 55. 

Roberts alias Bam, Katherine, 18, 
22. 

Roberts, allied to Darell, 17, 47. 

Robertsbridge, 1, 108 ; Abbey of, 2, 
306 ; 5, 217 ; 10, 139, 140, 150, 160 ; 
12, 221 ; 13, 266-7 ; 16, 32. 

Robertson, Rev. Canon J. Craigie, 
9, 189 n; 13, 239, 404, 503; 17, 
299 ; on the life of Archbishop Bee- 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



ket, 6, 1-42 ; 7, 207-232 ; ou a stone 
in the " Martyrdom" of Canterbury 
Cathedral, 10- 10-15 ; on the kindred 
of Becket, 16-28; on the state of 
Canterbury Cathedral in 1660 ; 10, 
93-98. 
Eobebtson, Rev. Canon W. A. 
Scott, 9,oii, 90, 114, 146, 151, 243 ; 
12,154; 13,2,132-3; 14, xli-xlix; 
15, 88, 317, 331, 368; 16, 58, 64, 
261 ; 17, 37, 168-169 ; on inventories 
of parish church ?oods in Kent, a.d. 
1552, 8, 75 ; 9, 260 ; 10, 282 ; 11, 
409; on Oldburv Camp, 9. liii; de- 
scribes Old Sore, lvi ; on Dodington 
Church, lxxx; on Failing Church, 
lxxxv; on Staplehurst Church, 189; 
describes Folkestone Church, 10, 
liv ; memoir of Philipot the Herald, 
lxxxvi ; on Mediaeval Folkestone, 
civ ; on Elham Church, 46 ; on a 
wall painting in Rochester Cathe- 
dral, 70 ; on a church chest at Harty, 
77 ; on Hythe churchwarden's 
accounts (1412-13), 242-4-, on Cool- 
ing Church, 11, lvi ; on Higharn 
Church, lviii ; ou Shorne Church, 
lxi ; ou Cobham Hall, lxv; on em- 
broidery at East Langdon, 10 ; on 
anchorites at Faversham, 24 ; on 
w ill painting at Upohurch, 42 ; on 
ruins of a round church at Dover, 
45 ; on Cooling Castle, 128 ; on 
Cliffe parish registers, 155-7 ; on six 
wills relating to Cobbam Hall, 199 ; 
on Minster Church, Thanct, 12, 166- 
176 ; on a leaden vessel found in the 
Me Iway, 309 ; on William de Wrot- 
ham, 310-316 : on a gold torques 
from Dover, 317-320 ; the assize of 
bread - , 321-8 ; archsejlogical notes in 
Thanet, 329-419; on the crypt of 
Canterbury Cathedral, 13, 17-80, 
500-551 ; 18, 253-6 ; on passion plays 
at New Roinncy, 13, 237-249 ; on 
the I 'inque pori lib >rty of New 
Romney and the Rhee wall, 261- 
280; on Romney, OU and New, 
349-373; on churches in Itomney 
BCarah, ins- is?: on Orpington 
Church, 374-385; on Chislehurst 
and its church, 386-403 ; on old 
Canons' houses at Wingham, 14, 1 ; 
on Ickhara Church, 113-33; on 
Crippenden and the Tichbournes, 
153-6 ; on the rectors of Adisham, 
162-8 ; on Patricksbourne Church, 
169-180 ; ohronological oonspectus of 
1 hearchiteotore of Canterbury Cat b.e- 
dral, 281-9; on rectors of Wood- 
church, 354-7 ; 19, v; on Home's 



Chapel in Appledore, 14, 363-7 ; on 
rood screens in Kent, 370-3 ; on All 
Saints' Church, Eastchurch, in 
Shepey, 374-88 ; on the Harlaken- 
den Pedigree, 358-61 ; on trace- of 
the Romans in and near Maidstone, 
15,68-80; on Roman Canterbury, 
338-50; on Leeds Castle, 148-151; 
expense-book of James Master, Esq., 
152; 17,321; 18,114; rectors of 
Cliffe at Hoo, 15, 217 ; inventory 
of Leeds Castle (1532), 382-5 ; Dili- 
son documents, 386-403; Publica- 
tions respecting Archaeology, 369- 
81 ; on Chevening Church and 
House, 16, 114-133; on church 
plate in Kent, 327 ; 17, 211-320 ; on 
Evnsford Church, xliv ; on Frinds- 
bury Church wall paintings, 225-6; 
on Lullingstone Church of St. 
Botolph, 16, 99-113; on Peche of 
Lullingstone, 227-40 ; on Quarry 
House, Frindsbury, 285-8; on St. 
Mary Church in Sandwich, 17, lv; 
on Squerryes Court, etc., 134-41 ; 
on St. Eanswith's Reliquary, 322- 
326 ; perambulation of Rochester, 
17, xxxix ; and of Tunbridge, xlvii ; 
on St. Anselm's Chapel, Canterbury 
Cathedral, 18, 169-173; on Arch- 
deacon Philip Stubbs, 235 ; on 
Sheldwich Church, 288-303; on 
Cheriton Church, 353-68 ; on Bexley, 
the church, Hallplace, and Blendon, 
369-82 ; on Dartford Church, 383- 
98; on Horsham Manor in Up- 
church, 399; on St. Leonard's Church, 
Hythe, 403 ; on Saltwool Church, 
421-32 ; on Hatch the bell-founder, 
and Roses Farm, Broomfield, 431 : 
on Lymne Castle and Church, 436- 
46 ; on Cobham College, 447-9. 

Robertus (Alius Sedehen), 8, 271. 

Robery, Gilbert de (1305), 10, 225; 

14, 188, 199. 

Robinson, arms and pedigree of. 4. 
251; Grace, 15, 32; Rev. Henrv, 
13, 381.; Rev. John, 15, 215; Sir 
John (Lieutenant of Tower), 11, 
279; 17-375, 3s 1 ; Mary, 14, 121; 
Michael, Archbishop of Armagh, 

15, 32 ; Mr., 16, 189 ; Robert, 16, 
165 ; 18, 29 ; Thomas, 15, 369 ; 16, 
185, 188. 

Robinson alias Borro, Joanne, 18, 19- 

Robsart, Sir Lewis, 9, 193. 

Robson, Rev. John, 16, 87. 

Robyn, Bdmond, of Fairfield, 13, 423 ; 
John, T, 3, 88; John, U\, 5- 79', 
John (1481), 13, 453 n, 454; Rich- 
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Robyns, Harry (1520), 17, 20 ; Robert, 
of Lydd, 11, 403. 

Robynson, John, of Canterbury, 7, 
239; Rev. Richard, 13, 412, 426. 

Rocchele, Robert de, W., 6, 308. 

Roch, Richard, 18, 93. 

Roche, Edith, widow, 10, 237 ; John 
(1512), 18, 105. 

Roche Guyon and Chateau Gillard, 
Norman fortresses, 16, 22. 

Rochefort, Jouvin de, visits Rochester, 
6,75. 

Roohester, 11, 63 ; 13, 145 ; 14, 42, 
72, 116, 130, 166, 199, 224, 326, 328, 
337-8, 385, 388 ; 15, 33, 68, 70, 74, 
169, 205, 230, 251, 261, 263, 267, 
331-2, 344, 365, 368, 377 ; 16, 14, 
17, 19, 22, 26 ; 18, 15-40 ; Duro- 
brivce, 1, 156, 167, 175 ; a rent charge 
without Chealdegate (c. 1240), 2, 
229; gaol broken, T., 3, 90; the 
monks there had the church of Stone, 
98; seven of the Bishops were Lord 
Chancellors, 5, 23 ; spelled by foreign 
writers as Rotschetter, 6, 47 ; and 
Raygestir, 49 ; armoury at, 64 ; 
deanery, 63 ; Crown Inn, its early 
date, 43, 51, 61 (see 13, 143, 144; 18, 
200 map) ; Eastgate House, 56, 65 n ; 
Salutation Tavern, 68 ; Satis House, 
52 (see Satis) ; grant to the city, 7, 
244 ; church goods commissioners 
meet there, 8, 86 ; mayor of, 9, 
33 n ; letter, 36 n ; Royalist rising, 39, 
41 ; Augustine at, 128 ; monks 
beaten, 137; "Rochester portion," 
140 ; proverb, 141 ; fish bought from, 
10, 256; inventory of parish church 
goods at : — Bridge Chapel, 291 ; St. 
Margaret's, 292 ; St. Nicholas, 293 ; 
siege of, H, 54, 59, 60, 63, 64; free 
school, 274, 282, 283, 289; town 
hall, 291; St. Nicholas Church, 
7 ; Hundred, 12, 223, 228 ; Arun- 
del house, 13, 142 ; High St., 142-3 ; 
Crow Lane, 15, 114, 119; White 
Hart Inn, 113 ; Southgate, ib. ; Pre- 
bendary of, 33, 243 ; perambulation 
of, 17, xxxix; a Roman station and 
fortress for four centuries, 18, 195; 
old map of (1717), 199 ; fines of 
lands in, 3, 210; 11, 338, 341 ; 12 , 
300, 307 ; 13, 289, 300 ; 14, 242, 
260-1, 272. 

Rochester, Roman remains at, 18, 
193-5 ; mediaeval remains at, 196- 
201. 

Rochester, Rev. Beale Post on [Buro- 
brivce'], 2, 65; Boley Hill Danish 
earthworks, 71; Cheldegate, 67; 
portion of old walls in Crow Lane, 69 ; 



and city ditch, 70 ; Dean's garden, 
foundations of ancient walls in, 70 ; 
North Gate alias Cheldegate, 67 ; 
Prior's Gate, 69 ; Roman ramparts 
were earthen, 68 ; siege of, by Danes, 
71 ; South Gate, 67; walls built by 
Henry III. on arches, and follow the 
lino of the Roman ramparts, 68, 69, 
70. 

Rochester, Archdeacon of, 12, 234 ; 
14, 334, 335 ; 15, 243 ; Paris (1196), 
1, 235. 

Rochester, Joseph Burtt, on the Arc- 
hives of, 6, 108 ; early charters, ib. ; 
" pa-age," what, 109 ; remitted in 
favour of the Crucesignati, ib. ; the 
mace, 111; the waits, 112;royal visits, 
ib. ; miscellaneous entries, 113 ; oath 
in the Admiralty Court, ib. ; appren- 
ticeship indentures, 114 ; the 
accounts of the Bridge Wardens, 116 ; 
accounts of Cobham College, 118 ; 
accounts of the ancient Priory of 
Saint Nicholas, ib. ; transcripts in 
possession of the Society of Anti- 
quaries, ib. 

Rochester, 6, 63, 64; 13, 154; the 
Bishop's Palace, 17, 66-76. 

Rochester, Bishops of, 3, 99 ; pos- 
sessed manor of Stone, 98; their chief 
manor of Trottesclive, 3, 265 ; 7» 
338; Bishop G., a judge (1195), 1, 
228-235 ; Bishop of, 3, 62; 10, 145- 
148, 150, 154-156; 11, 50, 143 ; 12, 
224, 225-7, 233, 234, 236, 300; 13, 
147, 151, 153-4, 157 ; 15, 222, 226, 
229, 238, 241-2, 259, 264, 271, 377, 
379 ; see Dampier, Ghest, Gundulf, 
Hethe, Merton, Sandford, Shepey, 
Thomas, Warner. 

Rochester, G. L. Gomme, on Boley 
Hill, 17, 181-8 ; see Boley Hill. 

Rochester Bridge, 10, 291 ; 17, xxxix, 
xl, 163 ; of wood, 6, 45, 117 ; danger- 
ous to pass over, 44, 45 ; reparation 
of the stone bridge, 48, 49 ; its iron 
railings, 62, 64 and n, 74, 175 ; mode 
of repair and its dangers (c 1411), 
118 ; Bridge Chapel and its inven- 
tory, alluded to, 8, 87 ; in a.d. 
1561, described by A. A. Arnold, 
Esq., 17, 212-240 ; bridgewardens 
(1663), 173 ; in 1601, a poem, 161-8. 

Rochester Castle, 11, 53, 55 ; 13, 141 ; 
17, xliii, 182; 14s. due from Alding- 
ton Manor (1249), 2, 297 ; Mr. Ash- 
pitel's lecture on, xxxvii ; wrongly 
ascribed to Bishop Gundulph, 68; 
fabric roll in 1368, 2, 111-132; 
accounts of John [de Hertlip], mas- 
ter of the works (1368), 111 ; Gilbert 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Geldewene, surveyor of works (1308), 
ib. ; stone (used in repairs) from 
Beer, Caen, Stapleton, Reigate, Fair- 
light, and Boughton Mouchelsey, 
112 ; the inner gateway, 12-1 ; seven 
perches of the old wall pulled down 
(1368), 126 ; purveyor (13G8), 127 ; 
clerk of the works (Bernard Cok, 
1367), 129; dwelling roofed in, 
130; repairs (1272-3), 131 ; the pri- 
son in, 132 ; the stable and manger 
(1273), 132 ; collections for, 4, 234 ; 
besieged and Roger de Leyburn 
taken prisoner, 5, 134, 153, 158; 
Isabel Bruce imprisoned therein, 6, 
46 ; siege, 245, 250 ; 11, 54, 59, 60, 
63, 64 ; old arch beneath the approach 
to, 18, 196; description of the moat, 
198 ; the constable of, 13, 142. 
Rochester Cathedral, described in a.d. 
1635, 6, 62 ; its monuments defaced 
before the Civil War, 63, 64 »; 
Danes' skins on its door, 68 ; wall 
painting in the choir, 10, 70; Pro- 
vost of Oriel's (Dr. Hawkins) notes 
on some monuments, 11, 1-9 ; 
Mr. Bye on tombs of Sir William 
Arundel and others, 13, 141-6 ; com- 
munion plate, 16, 328, 368, 369, 
391-2 ; chronology of its architecture, 

17, xli ; the Saxon Cathedral Church, 

18, 261-278 ; 3, 144 ; 14, 145, 147 ; 
15, 63, 113, 243, 377. 

Rochester, Chancellor of, Doctor Wood, 
3, 104. 

Rochester, Deans of, 2, xliii : 13,144; 
14, 145, 147 ; 15, 36, 112, 358. 

Rochester Priory (St. Andrew's), 
monks of, alter the line of the city 
walls, temp. Edw. I., 2, 69, 70; 
annuitants (1556), 58 ; its library, 
3, 47 et seq.; catalogue in twelfth 
centurv in the Textus Sojfensis, 3, 
64; priory wall, 18, 201. 

Rochester, Wiors of, 10. 145, 147 ; 11, 
352 ; 12, 233,304; John de Hertlip 
(1368), 2, 111 : William Potin 
(1247), 295; Ralph (1202), 272; 
accounts of, 13, 142. 
Rochester, Recorders of, 2, xliii; 15, 

253. 
Rochester record 1 -, described by R. W. 
Blencowe, 2, 73 ; the Custumal, 63 ; 
Admiralty Court (held al Sherncss 
in 1579), 80; (heldat Hawkwood in 
1578), 81 ; (held at Sheerness 1580), 
83; the great thoroughfare to the 
Continent, 73 ; < 'orporal ion accounts 
(1578-80), 73-76 ; assizes al , 76-7* ; 
gallows set up, 74, 78 ; bier for St. 
Nicholas Church (1578), 77 ; repairs 



at the town quay, 77 ; court house 
repaired for the assizes (1578), 78 ; 
town quay repaired, 79 ; Chief Baron 
at (1579), 81; White Hart Inn 
(1579), ib. ; Corporation expenses 
to London (1580), 82; fee farm of 
the city (1580), 82; Mr. Haulle, 
mayor (1580), 84; the Ness, 81, 
83. 
Rochester, Bestoration House, 6, 65 >i ; 
described by W. B. Bye, 15, 111- 
116; and by Stephen T. Aveling, 
117-126. 
Bochester Walls, described by Rev. 
Beale Poste and Mr. Steele, 2, 
xxxvii ; tenements on the walls 
quit-claimed by Helte Creac (circa 
1230), 2, 228. 
Bochester, Ansgotus de, 18, 244; 
holds Aldington (next Thurnham) 
of the Bishop of Baieux, in Domes- 
day, 2, 31 ; Richard de, 11, 352 ; 
Solomon de, a corrupt judge, 5. -'."> ; 
poisoned by the parson of Snodland, 
ib. 
Rochester, Members of Parliament 

for (1642), 2, 181,182. 
Rochester, Earl of, 11, 301 ; Yiscount, 

lxx. 
Rochester and Chatham visited by 
royal and distinguished personal's 
(1300 to 1783), as mentioned by W. 
B. Bye, 6, 43. 
Bochets, 17, 83, 91 ; sold, 116. 
Rochford, Lord, Archbishop Warham's 
letter to him (1536 ?), 1, 139 ; Lady 
de, 10, 151 ; Thomas Boleyn, Lord, 
16, 50. 
Rockingham Castle, 16. 22: Earl of 
(173(1), 17, 257; marriage of Earl's 
daughter to Sir Robert Furnese, 5, 
91 and n. 
Rocque's Map (1741) of London and 

its Suburbs, 13, 149. 
Rodbert, Dean of Burham, W., 6, 

197 ; son of Simon, W., 216. 
Rodbregg, 15, 363. 
Rode, in Aylesford, 5, 271. 
Rode, boro'in Hundred of Favershani, 

12, 217. 
Rodenhall, 12, 310, 312. 
Rodes alias Bright, Margaret, 18, 

37. 
Rodewelle, Adam de, 14, 189. 
Rodley, William, yeoman, of Dartford, 

7, 244 >i. 
Rodmaredge (Rodmeregge) Manor, 

10, 152 ; 15, 277. 
Rodmell, Mr., of Hawkhurst, 13, 

489 n. 
Rodmersham, fines of lands, etc., in, 



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I, 242; 11, 318; 12, 294; 13, 
310 ; 18, 349 ; rood screen at, 14, 
371. 

Rodney, Sir Geo., 11, 184. 

Rodulfe's Craie, 18, 279. 

Eoemadriffe Arms, 10, 330. 

Roffe, Bartholomew (Rochester ac- 
counts), 2, 78. 

Rogbert, Archdeacon of Canterbury, 
(c. 1153), W., 4, 207. 

Roger, Abbot of St. Augustine's, Can- 
terbury, 4, 283, 284, 287 ; 5, 273 ; (of 
St. Alphage, Prior of Canterbury), 
13, 116; (the cellarer, W.), 6, 201 ; 
(parson of Dartford), 4, 277 ; 
(the eleemosynar3 r , W.), 211 ; (of 
Norwich, W.), 212 ; (Prior, his 
work at Canterbury), 7, 65. 

Roger (Rogerii), Albertinus, 15, 307; 
Cecilia, 9, 288 ; Hanio, 15, 362 ; Jo- 
hanna, 301 ; John, of Dartford, 9, 2S7, 
288, 295 ; John, 18, 16 ; Lapinus, 11, 
357 ; 15, 299, 301 ; Richard (Leeds 
Priory), 2, 57, 64; Richard (1263), 
4, 311 ; Robert (Leeds Priory), 2, 
64; Robert (temp. Edw. II.), 15, 
301; Thomas (Leeds Priory), 2, 
64; Win., 12, 422; alias Fbrohe, 
Agnes, 18, 16 ; alias Norboru, 
Antony, a brother of St. Martin's 
Priory, Dover, 7, 281. 

Rogerius, Petrus (Gregory XL), once 
incumbent of Hackington, Canter- 
bury, 1, 73. 

Rogerius, filius (Elfw, W., 8, 272. 

Rogers, arms, 18, 393 ; allied to 
Lovelace, 10, 217 ; Elizabeth, 11, 
253, 273 ; Elizabeth, of Bryanstone, 
12, 89 ; 17, 373 ; Elizabeth (allied 
to Harlackenden), 14, 361 ; Ellen, 
18, 396; John, 11, 396; Rev. John, 
of Dartford, 18, 395; Richard, of 
Bryanstone, H, 253, 255, 273; 

17, 373; Stephen, of Biddenden, 

II, 400 ; Stephen, 18, 16. 
Rogger, Stephen, of Sutton Valence, 

18, 345. 

Roggers, Philip (1390), 14, 127. 

Rogheye, 15, 377. 

Rohan, Benjamin, Duke de Soubise, 

3, 193. 
Roift, Robert (1522), 12, 424. 
Roise, allied to Manning, 6, 274. 
Rok, John le, 14, 197. 
Roke, of Mersham, 10, 124. 
Rokeby, Lord, 15, 32. 
Rokesakere, Poteman de (1258), 3, 

246. 
Rokesdoue, Rev. Wm. de (1350), 16, 

290. 
Rokesle (Rokele, Rokelee, Rokeslee, 



Rokesley), fines of lands in, 1,240; 

11, 310; 12, 304; inventory of 
parish church goods, 10, 295; 
manor, 157 ; hundred, 150, 161 ; 

12, 236. 

Rokesle, llasted's erroneous pedigrees 
of, 2, 234. 

Rokesle, Adam de, 11, 348 ; Agnes 
do (temp. Edw. I.), 2, 234 ; Agnes 
de (1320), 137 ; Alice de, 14, 267 ; 
Emericus, 13, 294; Gregory de, 
Lord Mayor of London, 7 Edw. I., 
2, 233 ; died 1291, 234 ; Gregory 
de, 13, 299; Isabel de, 16, 112; 
Isabella de, 11, 333; 13, 294; 

15, 298; Joan de (Criol), 1323, 2, 
157 ; Joan de (1320), 137 ; Joan 
(widow of W. Lybaud), 10, 146, 
150 ; heirs of Joan de, 154 ; 
Johanna, 11, 332; 12, 291, 294; 
18, 340; John de (1320), 2, 137; 
(20 Edw. III.), 10, 138 ; (38 Hen. 
III.), 12, 237; (temp. Edw. II.), 13, 
294; 14, 267; 15, 298 ; Rev. John de 
(temp. Edw. III.), 10, 155, 157; 

16, 99, 101, 112, 228; Lucia de, 
11, 348; Rev. Peter, 16, 112; 
Philip de la, 10, 159 ; Reginald de, 
18, 340 ; Richard de, has purpart of 
hundred of Folkestone in right of 
his wife (1313), 2, 130 ; his inquisi- 
tion (1320), 137 ; possibly the fine 
monument in Folkestone Church is 
his, 142 ; 10, lviii ; Richard de (20 
Edw. III.), 117, 119, 129, 130, 146, 
155, 157 ; (temp. Edw. II.), H, 
332: 12, 291, 294; (38 Hen. 
III.), 12, 210, 218, 224, 232, 234, 
236 ; (1444), 18, 387 ; Sir Richard 
de, 2, 234 ; 14, 48, 207 ; Robert 
de, grants to Prior of Modinden 
land in Ospringe and Plum- 
worth (1230), 2, 292 ; Robert de 
(Eccles), 5, 271; (20 Edw. III.), 
10, 143 ; arms of Sir Robert de 
15, 18 ; Roger de (30 Edw. I.), 2, 
234 ; probably identical with Roger 
de Rislepe, ib.; Roger de (20 
(Edw. III.), 10, 154, 157; (temp. 
Edw. II.), 12, 304; Thomas de 
(20 Edw. III.), 10, 143; (temp. 
Edw. II.), 13, 294 ; 14, 207 ; 15, 298; 
Walter de (20 Edw. III.), 10, 132, 
155; (temp. Edw. II.), 11, 331, 
333; 12, 296; 13, 294; (temp. 
Edw. III.), 16, 101 ; William de, 
18, 340. 

Roket, Elena, 12, 293; John, ib. 
Roking, see Rucking. 
Rokke, John (1403), 10, 250, 251, 
255. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Rokyn, Roland, 14, 311. 

Rokyngham, William de, 13, 312. 

Rolande, Hubert de, Beueuden (1251), 
2. 305. 

Rolf (Rolfe, Rolff, Rolffe), 10. 201; 
13. 295; Adam, Labourer, 2- 1-7: 
Adam, T., 3, 84 ; Araicia, 13, 295 ; 
Bridget, 14. 210 n ; Edinond (a 
musician), 6, 112; Henry, T., 3, 
73 ; Isabella, wife of Richard, 13. 
185; John, churchwarden, 8, 110; 
Laurence, 12. 424; 16, 318; 
Richard (1 163), 13- 152, 453, 454 », 
b85 ; Siunn, 452 *i. 454 », 455 »; 
Thos. (of Canterbury), 11, 399; 
(1522), 12, 131. 

Rolfe, Mr., exhibits Roman seals, 2- 
xli ; his researches at Richborough, 
8.2; extent of his excavations, 3 ; 
difficulty of the work, 5. 

Rolling, Roger de, and Matilda his 
wife, grant manors of Ashford and 
Packmanston, 7, 333. 

Rollinge, Thos. de, Wingham (1232), 
2, 307. 

Rolls Chapel, Burnet's long sermon 
in, 1, 114. 

Rollynge, John, T., 3, 87; John 
(1500), 16, 313, 315 : Thomas (1 112), 
10, 217; Rev. William (1403), 16, 
289. 

Rolpheston, Henry de (1305), 10, 
226. 

Rolte, John, 18, 218, 219. 

E ilvenden (Roluendene, Rolvyudene), 
13, 326 ; 14, 32, 42, 323, 325, 367 ; 
18, 34; hundred, 10, 1-10; 12, 
221 : Dering entries in the parish 
registers, 10, 335 ; Church, 14. 6; 
Halden in, 3, 5; brief for, 217; 
fines, 11, 350; 12,290,292; 13, 
301; 14, 250; 15, 297; 18, 342, 
345. 

Rolveston, Roger de, W., 5, 202 ; 6, 
195. 

U mnk. Adam, 15, 280, 299, 308; 

< ; tdeleva, ib. 
Roman, altar at Lyminge, 12, 12; 
antiquities found with Saxon ones, 
1, 48 : relics near Maidstone, 2, 
L46; armillse found in Kent, 5, 42, 
1 l ; (silver), 9, 9 ; army invading 
Britain (its Legions), 2, 65 ; bath 
ai Wingham, 14) L35; bricks with 
bo triations, ran; in England, un- 
known in France, 3. :{ 3 ; bricks and 
tiles in the old churches of Canter- 
bury, 4, 37 ; in the church at Dover 
<'f~tle, 5, 10; camps, area and 
shape, 9, liii ; camp at Lingfield 
Marsh, 1, 111; Canterbury, 15, 



338-50 ; Cattrum at Richborough, 
8, 1 ; Boys, Gleig, and Rolfe there- 
on, 1, 2; the Society's wirk, 3, 15 ; 
Castrum at Rxmlvvr, 12, 1-13; 
Cast rum at Lymne, 18, 41 ; Castra, 
10, 166; cements of two kinds, 
one with white matrix, the other 
with red, 3, 34; Cemeteries (in 
Canterbury, 4, 27; at Sutton, 
Valence, and L x-kham Wood, 10, 
166 ; at East Hall, Murston, 
178-183 ; at AYestree, 15, 73 ; at or 
near Maidstone, 75, 81-8 ; at Rain- 
ham. 108-110; at Westbere, near 
Canterbury, 318-20 ; at Springhead, 
18, 188) ; churches not needles<lv 
destroyed by Saxons, 3, 29 ; 
cinerary remains at Borough Green, 
Wrothatn, and Ightham Court 
Dodge, 2, 7, 8; Coins (found, at 
Maidstone, 1, 161, 165, 172; in 
the scoriae of old ironworks, 116 ; 
at Sarr, 6, 162; iu the South 
Jutland Mosses, 8, 222 ; at 
Castlethorpe, Bucks, 9, 9 ; at 
Borden, 299; at Elham, 10, 46; 
in sandhills at Deal, 14, 368-9 ; in 
Cobham Park, 15, 321 ; at Spring- 
head, 17 209-11 ; at Richborough, 
18, 12, 72-77 ; at Ramsgate, 2) ; 
Coffins of lead, 9, 164-173 ; 14, xl 
(at Cravford, 12, 429; Chatham, 
430 ; ne a Sittin^bourne, 16, 9-11 ; 
at Plunistead, 17, xlvi, liii, 10: at 
Quarry House, Frindsbury, 189); 
enamels from Dover, exhibited, 2. 
xlii ; foundations at Little Buck- 
land and near Allington, 1, L56; 
foundations of St. Paucras Chapel, 
at Canterbury, 14, 103-7 ; glass in 
the Charles Museum. 2, xxxix; 
hypocaust found at Folkestone, 10, 
173; inscriptions, few in Kent, 
2, xxxix; 10.166; Interments, 6, 
184; (at Sittingboume, 11. 47 ; 16, 
1-8; at Maidstone, 1, 154 et teq.\ 
15.6S-80:) masonryat Richborough, 

8, 12, 13 ; masonry in Stone Church. 

9, lxxii, lxxv. lxxviii ; masonry and 
pottery at Milton, 12, 428; mortar. 

1, 143, 144; 3, 30; navigation of 
the Rother, 9, xci ; pavements, 10. 
L65; 15. 127- ! ll ; Pharos at Dover, 
4,4; carved pillars at Canterbury, 
14, 282 n; pillars from Reculver, 
5, 9; population remained undis- 
turbed in the time of the Saxons, 3- 
43; Pottery (in Camden Park, 
Chislehurst, 1,137; at Bekesbourne, 

2, 41-48; at Sarr, 7, 312; Rich- 
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Murston, 9, 300; Hoo, 10, 75; 
Higham and Shornc, 11, 113, 120; 
Preston, 12, 47 ; Minster, 331, 428 ; 
Ranisgate, 18, 3) ; triumphal pro- 
cession, 9, 7 ; quern stone at 
Rochester, 18, 273 ; Relics (in a 
cave, 11, 127 ; in Frittenden, 1, 
143 ; Strood, 2, xl ; Luton, in Chat- 
ham, 9, 174 ; near Faversham, 
lxxi ; at Frittenden, in the Weald, 
Newenden, Eekesbourne, and Wit- 
tersham, 9, xci ; at Ramsgate, 12, 
14-18 ; 17, 4 ; 18, 2-3 ; Appledore, 
13, 173 ; Harming, 169 ; Chatham, 
L68; Dymchurch, 181-2; Keston, 
1, 5, 6, 7; at Frindsburv, 17, 189- 
192 ; 18, 189 ; Canterbury, 17, 
34-37 ; at Waliner, 4 ; at Dartford, 
18, 304-318 ; Rochester, 193-5) ; 
rings found at Milton and neigh- 
bourhood, 207-8 ; Roads (two from 
Durobrivae to London, 1, 75 ; 
visible in Swauscombe Wood and 
Cobham Park, 10, 171; see 18, 
180-2) ; leaden seals exhibited, 2, 
xli; stations or mansiones, xxxviii; 
(of Noviomagus and Vagniacae, 10, 
170-171 ; Vagniacae, at Springhead, 
18, 177-188)'; tiles (inscribed) at 
Dover and at Lymne, 42 ; tiles 
in the church, Dover Castle, 5, 16, 
17; tile tombs, 11, 115-116; tile 
tesserae floor at Richborough, 18, 
9 ; Urns, vessels, etc. (at Maidstone, 
1, 164; at Westborough, 2, 147-8; 
at Tenterden, 14, 38); Villas (near 
Allington, 1, 173; near Banning 
Church, 173 ; at Little Buckland, 
173 ; near Maidstone, 171 ; 10, 
163-172; at East Farleigh, 173; 
at Ickhara, 14, 139 ; and Wingham, 
134-9 ; at Boxted, in Halstow, 15, 
101-7 ; at Wingham, 351-7 ; other 
villas, 43-4, 51, 54, 73-4, 107); 
ware, bricks, urns, etc., at Rochester, 
18, 267; ways discovered 8 or 9 
feet below the present streets in 
Canterbury, 4, 35 ; work in St. 
Mildred's Church, Canterbury, 1, 
143 ; in Reculver Church, 12, 259- 
264. 

Romano-British Cemeteries, rarer than 
Anglo-Saxon, 2, 145. 

Romans in Thanot, 12, 330; skilled 
in agriculture, 10, 167 ; their farm- 
houses, 168. 

Ronnnus Presbyter, 13, 178, 238, 
276. 

Rombergh, Roger de, 13, 297. 

Romden, in Smarden, 14, 32, 33. 

Rome, great Basilical churches in, 



have entrance at east end, 18, 
49. 

Romcnal, see Romney. 

Bomeyn, Berenger le, 12, 312; 
Cladyna, 313. 

Romford, Essex, John Morton's lands 
in (1523), 2, 173. 

Romiscot, or Romescot, 3, 271 ; 6, 
240; 10, 236, 240; 13, 355; 
explanation of, 6, 247 ; at Folke- 
stone, 10, cviii. 

Romney (Romcnal, Romene, Romenell, 
Romeuey, Rumenell, Rumenhale), 
10, 225, 231, 235, 236; 13, 
180, 187, 202, 249, 275, 326, 
350-1, 353, 357, 359, 361-8; 14, 
358, 365; 15, 12; an estuary, 
thence to Appledore, 1, 96 ; rent in 
1198, 1, 264 ; road through the 
Court of Honeychild, 5, 298 ; names 
of two ships from, 10, cix ; church 
of, 11, 354 ; name derived from 
ruimne, 1 2, 329 ; Celtic derivation 
of the name, 13, 275, 360-1 ; other 
derivations, 172, 178 ; fines of lands, 
etc., in, 13, 305, 314, 316 ; 14, 256, 
261, 268, 274 ; 15, 276, 283. 

Romney, Early History of Old 
and New, 13, 349-373. 

Romney Marsh, 3, 204; 9, 94, 124, 
142, 143 ; 10, 126, 271 ; 14, 53, 
365 ; 18, 68 ; as Caesar's landing- 
place discussed, 1, 101 ; 3, 1, 8, 12, 
13, 14; inhabitants, 17, 230; fines 
of lands, etc., in, 1, 253 ; 2, 264 ; 
5, 274,2 S3 . 

Romney Marsh, the Bp. (Parry) of 
Dover's address ou (1879), 13, 171- 
177. 

Romney Marsh, an outline of the 
history of, 13, 178-200. 

Romney Marsh, churches in, 13, 
408-487. 

Romney, New, 2, 181, 182 ; 13, 174, 
177, 201-215, 339, 349, 361-4; 14, 
122, 145, 366; 18, 35, 338; 
destroyed churches, 13, 237-249; 
St. Martin's, 238 ; St. Lawrence, 
241 ; St. John, 245 ; Spitalehurch, 
247; passion play at, 216-226; the 
Cinque Port Liberty, 261-280; 
the haven, 274-289 ; Saxon ville of 
St. Martin, 349-361 ; Church of St. 
Nicholas, 466-479. 

Romney (New) Records, 13, 174, 177 ; 
17- 12-33 ; assessment books, 14-26 ; 
Maletot and Scot, 14 ; parliamentary 
representation of Romney, 18; the 
Scot, 22 ; disturbances in the town, 
23 ; subsidies levied in Romney, 23 ; 
sources of income, 26 ; earliest 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



notice of Hundred Court, 27; town 
rent rolls, 28; debts to the town, 
28; the Romney "Play," 289; 
contents of court books, 30; schedule 
of the records, 31-33. 

Romney, Old, 13, 217, 261, 339, 354, 
361,364-373; 18. 20, 30; church, 
13, 408, 418; manor, 369-373; 
population in 1377, 373; fines of 
lands in, 11, 315; 12, 299, 
304 ; 15, 283, 289, 299 ; 18, 338. 

Romney, Agnes, 13, 319; Alan de, 

15. 12: Alicia de, 5i '57; Aubrey 
de, 13, 409; Master Edmund de 
(1291), 13. 426; Francis, 15, 12; 
llaino ilc 14- 255; Hugh de, a juror 
(1267), 5, ^96 ; John de, 13, 317-9; 
Maresco do, 13, 187; Ralph, 15, 
L2 ; Robert de, 13, 187, 202, 265-6, 
365; 15.12; Roger de, 11, 366; 
12-211: 13,367; 15,12; Stephen 
de, 11, 366 : 13, 367 ; Rev. Symon 
(Dartford, 1616), 18, 396 ; Thos.de, 
11, 353. 

Romney, Henry Sydney, Earl of, his 
visit to Rochester, 6, 77. 

U"tiiiiey T , Lady, ball given by, 5, 105 ; 
death of her son, ib. 

Romney, of Milton, 15, 12. 

Romsey Church, Hants, 4, 12. 

Roo, John, clerk, masses for, provided 
by John Roper's will (1523), 2, 162. 

Rood, 17, 85, 88; with silver shoes, 
151. 

Rood-lofts, Kentish ; 14. 372 ; at Cob- 
ham, 11, 51; Cliffe at Hoo, 151; 
St. Dunstan's, Canterbury, 17, 79, 
85, 96, 117 ; at Shoreham, 14- 370; 
Sin arden, 26; Wingham, 311 ; AVood- 
church, 347. 

li'i'id srivens, 11, 191 ; Kentish (Canon 
Scott Robertson on), 14, 370-3 ; at 
Appledore, 91 ; Cliffe at Hoo, 11, 
151 ; Higham, lix ; Lullingstone, 

16, 99 : Preston, by Wingham, 14, 
::71 : Rodmersham, ib. ; Ryarsh, 
371. 373; Bhorne, 11, lxi, lxii jxiv; 
Swansoombe, xxxix ; Tonge, 14, 
370, 372 : Totnes, 370; Woodchurch, 
3 17. 

Book, or Rooko, Admiral, 18, 102; 

George, of Mersham, 10. 2S2 ; John, 

mason, Rochester Castle, 2. L23 ; 

John (1522). 12. 125; Laurence, H, 

389; Robert, 12- 125; Thomas, 18. 

W)2 : Sir Win . 381, 387. 
Boos, or Bos, Barony of, 12, 214, 

-'-'I, 234; 15, 9; family, 15. 12. 

13. 

I; . Lnschitil, 15, 9 ; Beatrice, Lady 

de, 13, 411 ; Everard, 15, 9; Geof- 



frey de, 12, 232, 234, 235 ; 16, 20 n ; 
llamo de, a juror (1251-2), 2, 306; 
Henry le, 18, 443; John de, 10, 
147 ; John (6th and 8th Barons), 13, 
411 ; Lady (1465), 10. 257 ; 16, 40 ; 
Lord de, 10, 162, 250; Margaret, 
Lady de, 13, 411 ; Margeria, widow 
of Sir William de, 10. 116, 135, 161; 
Peter de, 12. 296 ; Ralph de, Prior 
of Rochester, 3, 52. (53; Richard le, 
10. 154; Rob., 11, 68; Thomas 
(5th, 9th, and 10th Barons), 13.411- 
12 ; Thos., Lord of Hamlake, 16, 39 ; 
Walter de. 10, 156 ; heirs of Walter 
de, 12, 235; William (temp. Edw. 
IV), 10, 256; (38 Hen. III.), 12, 
224 ; Wm. (3rd, 4th, and 7th Barons), 
12, 411; Wm. de, 16, 20. 

Roote, Philip, 11, 157. 

Routes. Alice, 18, 27 ; Richard, ib. 

Roots, allied to Dering, 10, 327. 

Roper arms, 10, 330. 

Roper, Agnes, daughter of John (1523), 
2, 167, 169 ; Agnes, another daugh- 
ter, a nun of Dartford, 2, 169 ; 
Christopher, youngest son of John, 
2, 155, 159, 160 ; Christopher (1553), 
11,143; (1549), 13, 330; Eliza- 
beth, daughter of John (1523), 2, 
167, 169; wife of John Pilborough, 
4, 238 n ; Houble. Harry, and Hon. 
John (allied to Head)], 14, 117; 
Jane, wife of John, his executrix 
(1523), 2, 154-158, 162, 168; her 
letter to Lord Privy Seal (Crom- 
well), 4, 237; notice of the writer, 
238; contribute- to a Kentish loan 
(1542), 11, 402; Joane, widow 
of Thomas, 13, 318; John, of 
Kit ham, his will (1523), 2, 149, 
153 et seq.; his charitable and 
other bequests (1523), 153, 162 ; 
to be buried in St. Dun- 
Church, Canterbury, in Chapel of 
St. Nicholas (1523), 154, see 
239 n; John (Rochester Castle 
works), 2, 121 ; John, a " capitalifl '' 
of Westgate Hundred, T., 3, 87; 
John (1522), 12, 424; of Canter- 
bury, 13, 92; 16, 290, 297, 308 j 
312; Lady, 297, 304, 306; Mar- 
garet, wife of William and daughter 
of Sir Thomas More, 2, 149; her 
burial-place, 4, 238 n ; Margery, 16, 
315; xMaster, 293, 308, 309, 318 j 
Mr., 15, 180, L82, L84, L86, 189, 
192-3, 196-9; 16, 311 ; 17, 77 3 
84, 87 : 18, L59, L60; Susan {ob. 
1587), 14, 117; Thomas, temp. Bdw. 
III., 1, 128; arms of Thomas, a 
gentil of Kent, 11, 395; Thomas 



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(1583), 13, 347-8; "William (eldest 
son of John, 2, 14!) ; Chief Clerk of 
the Pleas, jointly with his father 
(1523), 156; son-in-law of Sir 
Thomas More, 4, 238 n ; of St. Dun- 
stnn's, 17, 113, 122, 146). 

Roperc, Oshert le, 14, 192. 

Ropers, the, of Hackington, 1, 73. 

Ropes and cables, bought for Roches- 
ter Castle, 2, 121, 129 bis, 130. 

Ros or Roos, see Roos. 

Rosa, Salvator, and his pictures at 
Cobham Hall, 11, 1(59. 

Rose, of Wye, 18, 251. 

Rose, Mr., of Cambridge, 3- 174. 

Rose, Alice, 18, 433 ; Alse, 18, 221 ; 
John, 433 ; Robertus, 215 ; William, 
13, 339; of Broomfield, 18, 251, 
433; of Faversham, 251 ; W., 16, 
129 

Roselle, William, 17, 129. 

Rosemary, branches of, the collar of 
Anne, Queen of Richard II., 1, 78. 

Roses, farm in Broomfield, 18, 251-2, 
433-5. 

Rosin, for cement, bought for Roches- 
ter Castle, 2, 120. 

Ross, Henry, F.S.A., 11, xxxix, xli. 

Ross, Richard, Bp. of (Saltwood, 1455), 
18, 420, 428. 

Rosse, manor, 10, 155. 

Rosse, Geo., 11, 244. 

Rossell. Sir John, 15, 20. 

Rota, or turn, explained, 7, 39 n. 

Rote, John, Sheriff of London, T., 4, 
75, 84. 

Roteham, Alice, 15, 275 ; John, ib. 

Rothele, Beatrix, 18, 388 ; Joan, ib. ; 
William, ib. 

Rother (or Limene), river, 9, xci, cv, 
76; 13, 173, 180, 192-3, 268-274, 
489 ; 14, 38, 55. 

Rotheram, Thomas, Bishop of Roches- 
ter and Chancellor, 5, 27 ; Provost 
of Wingham and Archbishop of 
York, 14, 1. 

Rotherfield, 13, 178; manor (? Rether- 
feud), 4, 316. 

Rotinges, Walter de, W., 6, 314. 

Rotten (or Ratton) row, 7, 302 and n. 
Rotunda tabula, 5, 134, 159. 
Rotyer, Constancia, 15, 281 ; John, ib. 
Row, William le, 14, 193-4, 203. 
Rouce, William, of Romney Marsh, 

17, 230. 
Roudoune, Matilda, 13, 303 ; William, 

de la, ib. 
Rouen, Church of St. Ouen at, 4, 25. 
Rougham, 15, 176. 

Roughehel, manor in Dartford, 9, 
302. 



Rouncey, Rev. William, 13, 477. 

Roundall, of Cobham, H, 59, 68, 
70. 

Roundes, Alianora, 11, 315; Robert 
de, ib. 

Rouspere, Alice, 15, 310; Peter de, ib. 

Routledge, Canon C. F., on St. 
Pancras Chapel, Canterbury, 14, 
103-107; on St. Martin's Church, 
Canterbury, 108-12; 15, 56-58; 
report on the crypt of Canterbury 
Cathedral, 18, 253-6 ; quoted, 15, 
46-7, 50, 52, 55. 

Routon, William de, 14, 264. 

Rowcliffe, Gny, 6, 89. 

Rowe, Rev. George, 15, 219, 243, 269 ; 
John (of Boxley), 7, 235; (of 
Canterbury), 17, 134; Robert, 7, 
235 ; Roger, 16, 184 ; Thomas (of 
Canterbury), 318; (1483), 13, 461, 
462. 

Rowell (Rowelle), Bartholomew, of 
Canterbury, 17, 122, 127, 129, 130, 
132 ; Richard de, 13, 121 ; Roger 
de, Rector of Orpington, 382 ; see 
Rowle. 

Rowet, William, carpenter, at Minster 
Priory, 7, 305. 

Rowland, John (Throwley and Stales- 
field), 6, 89. 

Rowland, Mr., Vicar of Croydon, 18, 
424; William (Bromley, 1600), 17, 
203. 

Rowle, Elizabeth, 18, 22 ; John, 17, 
134, 135 ; 18, 35. 

Rowlte, Henry, 18, 16 ; John, ib. ; 
Richard, ib. 

Rowpole, a tenement in Brenchley 
(1474), 2, 230. 

Roxburghe, Countess of, 11, 242. 

Royal, Charles man-of-war, 6, 73, 74 ; 
-paper (1308), 2, 118; -Societv, 11, 
279, 281, 284, 289. 

Royalist rising in Kent (A.D. 1648), 
9, 31; Royalists (1642), 2, 18G-7. 

Roydon, allied to Darell, 17, 47 ; 
Elizabeth, 8, 61 ; Thomas (of 
Roydon Hall), 4, 239 n ; 8, 61 ; (of 
Great Peckham), 11, 401 ; (of 
Fortune in E. Peckham), 17, 47. 

Roydon Hall plundered, 4, 197 ; seat 
of the Twysdens, 5, 37 ; 8, 61. 

Roys, John, '13, 320. 

Roywica, Osbert de, 10, 275. 

Ruben, Peter, merchant of Boulogne 
(1251), 2, 303. 

Rubens, and his pictures at Cobham 
Hall, 11, 162-167, 174. 

Rubry Butts, 13, 11. 

Ruck, Anne, 18, 29; Arthur, 16, 
194-5; Martha, 81; Mathew, 17, 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. XVIII. 



138, 139 : Thomas, 16, SO ; "William, 
senior, 18, 29. 
Ruckinge (RoMng, Rokynge, Eok- 
yngg), 3. 204; 10- 129; 12- 212; 

18- 184, 3G8; lands held of the 
honor of Aghne (1250), 2, 301 ; 
manor of "Westberries, 5: 27 ; 
inventory of parish church goods, 
10. 294 :' passion play at, 13. 222-5 ; 
Wells, 231 ; fines of lands in, 11, 
327: 13, 295, 303, 319, 353; 14. 
247, 269, 270 ; 18, 340. 

Ruckinge Church, described by Rev. 
E. Muriel, 8, 310-11 ; 13, 227-230; 
list of rectors, 8, 312 ; wills affecting 
the church, 13, 231; see 14, 20, 
176. 

Ruckinge, Aluf de (1250), 2, 301 ; 3, 
177: 13,356-8; Roger de (1250), 
2, 301 ; 3, 177 ; Theobald de (1250), 
2, 301 ; Thos. de (1250), 301 ; 3- 
177. 

Ruddle, William, 18, 236. 

Ruddock, Rev. John (1406), 10, lis : 
(Lvmne, 1401), 18.443. 

Rudf'vn, land in Battle, 13. 343. 

Rudlow, 16, 163, 167. 

Rudston, Robert (1554), 3, 81, 180; 
(1561), 17, 216; his pardon, 11, 
143 n. 

Ruffin, Bertinus, 15, 281 ; John 
(1522), 12, 425 ; Captain John, 14, 
383; Nicholas, ih. ; Thomas, ib. 

EufWd arms and chantry at Orping- 
ton, 13, 378. 

Ruffus, John, Dartford (1253), 2, 
312. 

Rugeston (Ruggleston ?), 10, 137 ; 
Thomas de (Xewington, c. 1219), 2, 
315-G. 

Rugg, Rev. "Will., 13, 17'.). 

Ruggi, Elizabeth, 15. 35. 

Ruhoalt,4, 219. 

Ruim, Celtic name of Thanet, 12, 
329. 

Rumburgh, John de, H, 364. 

Ruminingseta, 13. 275-6, 349, 350- 
359, 360. 

Rundel, John, labourer, 2, 126. 

Runes and Runic system of writing, 8, 
l<;i : 13. 100; its antiquity, 8- L64 ; 
how superseded, 165; futhorc, 167; 
Dames of tin- runes, L69 ; its partial 
revival, l s i : cryptic writing, 183; 
the later Norse futhorc, inscriptions 
in. 185 : blunders in, L97, 216 ; in 

Use by the invaders Of Scandinavia 

iii the fourth century, 217: in use 
in Germany, 227; lingering love 

of the Converted Teutons for, 232, 

2.v.»: Runes and Latin tetters mixed, 



234 : recapitulation, 265 ; appendix, 
266. 

Bupert, Prince, 11, 261 ; 17, 374-5, 
381, 393. 

Rush, Thomas (goldsmith), 17, 257. 

Rusham, in Aylcsford, 5, 271., 

Bushes, strewn on floors at Cowling 
Castle, 1429, 2, 102 ; to protect work 
against frost, 121. 

Bushworth's Historical Collections, 9, 
38 n, 39, 41, 44 ; letter, 187. 

Buskin. Professor, on Canterbury fres- 
coes, 13, 60. 

Bussel, Lambin (1271). 6, 238; Mr. 
Thomas (1647), 5, 113; "William 
(1252), 2, 302, 309; "William, a 
weaver, T. ; 3. 91. 

Russell, Alice, 14, 95 ; Anne, 95; Ellen, 
of Dartford. 9, 297 ; Sir Francis, 11. 
300; Jane, 14, 95 ; John, annuitant 
of St. Radegund's Abbey, 2, 55 ; 
John, Bp. of Bochester, Lord Chan- 
cellor. 5- 27; John (1385), 10, lvii ; 
John, of Thanet, 12, 388 ; John (1st 
Earl), 14, 158 ; John, of Greenwich, 
17. 62 ; Lady, 11, 300 ; Lydia. 14, 
95 ; Eichard, ib. ; 16- 291, 303 ; 17, 
178-9 ; Rev. Solomon. 16. 174 : Thos., 
of liinxhill. 9, 272 ; Rev. Thomas., 
13, 487 ; Thos., 14, 95 ; Walter. 13, 
299; Wm. (son of Earl of Bedford), 
11, 259 ; "Wm., Lord, 13, 396 ; Wm., 
of Canterbury, 17, 130; Sir Wil- 
liam, 11, 300. 

Rut, Walter, Folkestone (1271), 6, 
240. 

Rutland, briefs for places in, 14, 215-6. 

Rutland, a servant of Sir Roger T\v\-- 
den. 4, 141. 

Rutland, Elizabeth, 18, 25 ; Edmund, 
Karl of, 16, 176 ; Robert, 18, 25. 

Rutlinge, 18, 33. 

Rutteu, Mr. (1667). 17, 377,389. 

Rutting, Gregory, 9, 202; Thomas, ib. 

Button (?) and Buttonshcath (?) ; see 
Ruyton and Buytoneshoth, T. 

Rutton, Isaac, of' Ashford, 18. 302; 
[saac, Lieut< nanl of Dover Castle, 
405 ; Rev. Matthias. Vicar of Bheld- 
wich (1781), and Margaret his wife, 
302. 

Ruttyn, Bogcr. complains of the Rector 
of Leybourne, 7, 330; hi* widow 
Peodina, ib. 

RutupieB, 12,330. 

Rutupine oysters found in tin- stour. 

8- 14. 
Rutupiniu Port us, 9, 136. 
Rutujpiwn, 12, 330. 
Ruxton, Captain John, 13. 138; Capt 

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ib. ; Susanna {nie Willis), ib. ; Tho- 
mas 13., ib. 

Ruyter, Admiral do, 17, 379-80. 

Ruyton, Richard de, a " capitaneus " 
of Calehill hundred, T., 3, 81. 

Ruytoneshoth, riots at, T., 3, 81. 

Ry, sec Rye. 

Ryarsh (Reyersh, Reyersshe, Ryersh), 

12, 224.; 14, 226, 236; church 
window with shutter, 10, 92 ; 
manor, 12, 225 ; brief for John 
Casyer of, 14, 207 ; roodscreen, 
371, 373; fines of lands in, 5, 282 ; 
11, 351 ; 13, 296, 309 ; 14, 266 ; 18, 
341, 350. 

Ryarsh, Eudo de (1271), 5, 238; Isa- 
bella, 13, 296 ; Walter de, 296 ; Yon 
de (1263), 3. 265. 

Rybtin, John, 18, 31. 

Rycaut, Sir Peter, 4, 139 n. 

Eyce, Rowland, annuitant of Mailing 
Abbey, 2, 57. 

Rychard, Robert, horsekeeper at 
".Minster Priory, 7, 305. 

Rycher, Robert, 15, 264. 

Ryde, Alan de, Milton hundred (1236), 

2, 292. 

Rydelyngwelde, ville of, 12, 207. 
Ryder, Nicholas, Leeds Prior}-, 2, 64 ; 

Thomas (Rochester Castle works), 

112 ; Thomas, 11, 395. 
Rydley, Rev. Adam, of Newchurch, 

13, 406. 

Rydshelve alias the Middle Shelve, 

manor, 10, 143. 
Rydware, Robert de, 13. 305. 
Rye, 10, cxxv ; 12, 42 ; 13. 172, 192, 

198 ; 14, 4, 53, 58 ; Passion play at, 

13, 223. 
Rye (Ry), arms, 10, 330; Matilda 

de, 14, 241; Robert de, 13, 

319; 14,241; Roger de, 15, 26, 

368. 
Rye, William Beenchley, on the 

Library of St. Andrew's, Rochester, 

3, 47; on visits to Rochester and 
Chatham, made by royal, noble, and 
distinguished personages, English 
and foreign, 1300-1783, 6, 43; 
on the tombs of Sir William Arun- 
del and others in Rochester 
Cathedral, 13, 141 ; on Restora- 
tion House, 15, 111-116; on Ro- 
chester Bishop's palace, 17, 66-76 ; 
on Rochester Bridge, 161-8 ; on 
Bibliotheca Cantiana, 409; quoted, 
16, 287. 

Rygden, William, churchwarden of 
Elham, 8, 146 ; Win., of Chartham, 
129, 130. 

Rygg, Richard, 11, 409. 



Rygol boards, for Rochester Castle, 

described, 2, 117. 
Rykedon, John, a setter-mason, 2 3 124. 
Rylond, Win., H. 390 ; Roger, 10, 128. 
Rympvngale Frere (1465), 10, 256, 

257. 
Rynet (or Kynet), Rev. Richard, 16, 

86. 
Rype, Godryngus de, 12, 211. 
Rypa, Robert de, Dartford (1253), 2, 

312. 
Rys, Peter, 14, 266, 272. 
Rysebergh, John de, 12, 289. 
Rysdenne, Hannis of, W., 5, 220 ; 

'William of, 220. 
Rysebergh, Johanna de, 12, 289. 
Rysle, Johanna, 11, 350; John de, ib. 
Ryswick, treaty of, 11, 286, 287. 
Rypon, Rev. Richard, 13, 464. 
Ryther, Sir William, his Kentish 

estates, 5, 30. 
Ryvas, John, 16, 51. 
Ryvaus, Rev. William, 13, 464. 
Ryvers, Alice, Abbess of Minster in 

Shepey, 7, 297 ». 
Ryvers, Sir John, 1, 147; Dame 

Margaret, 7, 297; Mary, 18, 17; 

Thomas, ib. 



S 



Sabina, Margaret, 13, 309 ; William, 
son of, ib. 

Sabine, Alderman, 9, 35 n ; 10, 218. 

Sabine, Thomas (Rochester accounts), 
2,78. 

Sabulo, 2, 131. 

Sac, defined, 9, Lxivw. 

Sacheverell, Miss Lucy, 10, 215. 

Sachur, Robert, 6, 188. 

Sack (wine) (Rochester accounts), 2, 
77, 78, 83 ; (1658), 17, 322, 325, 
327, 333. 

Sackeford's, Mr., butter, 1578 (Roches- 
ter accounts), 2, 77. 

Sackett, John, 12,387-9 ; Rev. Mr., of 
Folkestone, 9, 96 ; AVilliam, 12, 387- 
390. 

Sackville, 10, 130; Anne, dau. of Sir 
Christopher, 5, 114, 116 ; Ladv, 17, 
229; Richard de, 12,215; Sir Rich- 
ard (1561), 17, 214-35. 

Sackvilles, the, 1, 116 ; Earls of Dorset, 
9, xli n ; badges and mottoes at 
Knole, xlii, xliii, xliv. 

Sacryng bells, 8, 91 ; explained, 7, 285. 

Saddler, see Seler. 

Saddles for use in tilting, 10, 78, 79. 

Sadeleris, Emma, 14, 197. 

Sadherst, in Chart hundred, 12, 219. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Sadler, John, of Maidstone, 9, 234; 

John, 17, 230. 
Saerre, Surra, Serre, see Sarr. 

len, Isabella (of Dartford), 9, 291. 
Saghiere, Gervis, T,, 3,73. 
Saherstede, Ricardus de, 9, lxxxi. 
Saint, title of, in Saxon period, 3. 20. 
St. .Ethelbur-a. 12- L95. 
St. Alban, 15, 39, 40; Adam de, 14. 

278 ; 15, 22 ; John de, 14, 278 ; 

Catherine, ib. ; 15. 22; Nicholas de, 

14,278; 15,21-22; Richard de, 

14. 278 ; Robert de, 15, 21 ; Tho- 
mas de, 21. 
St. Alhan's, 11, 33; 13, 120, 223; 

Duchess of {ne'e Roberts), 137; 

George, Duke of, 137; Lord, 17, 

377. 
St. Alban's Abbe}', 4, 57 ; 18, 79, 240 ; 

heartehrine at, 10,8 ; Abbot of, 121; 

brief for repairs of the church 

(1682), 14,210. 
St. Albans Court, alius Esole manor (in 

Kent), 10, 121. 
St. Albin, 15, 22. 
St. Alphage's Church, Canterbury, 4, 

38; 13, 87,92-3,414. 
St. Amand, John de, inquisition, 1257, 

Darenth, 3, 245-6. 
St. Ambrose's writings in Rochester 

Priory (1202), 3, 55. 
St. Anne's Chapel. Maidstone, 1, 169. 
St. Ansclm's Chapel, Canterbury 

Cathedral, 18, 169.-173, 174-6. 
St. Anthony's fraternity at Lydd, 13, 

433. 
St. Asaph, Bishop of. 14, 100. 
St. Aubin family, 15, 21, 22 ; Gilbert 

de, 20. 
St. Augustine, at St. Martin's Church, 

Canterbury, 3- 40; founds an abbey 

at Canterbury, 4, 57 ; see 13, 100-8, 

175. L83-4; 14- 108. 
St. Augustine's, Canterbury, hundred 

of, 13. 351; lathe of, 10. 115, 124, 

159, 100, 161 ; 12, 203-210, 14, 39 ; 

tee Canterbury. 
St. Barbara's fraternity at Lydd, 13, 

433. 
St. Barbe, John (1465), 10, 255. 
St. Bart bolomevt s Hospital. Sandwich, 

15,7. 
St. Benet's Church, Paul's Wharf, 

London, 1, 86. 
St. Bertin'e Abbey, Chartulary, 4, 203. 
St. Blaize, 13- 155; shrine and well at 

Bromley, L55. 
s > Briavel's, 9, oxii. 
St. Bride's, London | Eloper's bequest 

to the Vicar, 1523), 2 153. 
St. Bridget's Bower, 9. 128. 



St. Catherine's College, Cambridge, 

13, 202. 

St. Christopher (in a window), 14, 93. 

St. Clare, 11, 310; Johanna, 341; 
John de, 10.145; 12,225,234; 13, 
290; Junr., 291 ; heirs of Nicholas 
de, 10. 145; Robert, W., 2, 229; 
Robert de. 10, 134, 135 ; Win. de, 
11, 341 ; 12, 226; Sir AVilliam de 
(1268), 5, 294. 

St. Clere, in Ightham, Roman remains 
at, 2, 8 ; Sir John Sedley's dwelling- 
house, 14, 356. 

St. Clere, arms, 3, 143; Isolda, 15, 
377 ; John, ib. 

St. Clere (Seyncler), John, of Favers- 
ham, 7, 234. 

St. Cleres, in Tilbury, 10, 250, 253. 

St. Clement (Danes), London, 11, 245 ; 
recluse at, 33 ; Old Romuey, ville, 
15, 283 ; lane in Rochester, 1.8, 193. 

St. Cosmo and Damien-in-the-Bleen, 
Roper's bequest to church of (1523), 
2, 153 ; his lands in (1523), 168. 

St. Crespin and St. Crespinian, SS. 
collar, 1, 76. 

St. David, Henry de, 11, 312, 313; 
Johanna de, ib. 

St. David's (Ric. Martin), Bishop of, 

14. 128. 

St. Denis, Royal Chapel at, 13, 28. 

St. Desiderius, 17, 151. 

St. Dunstan, Master Godfrey de, 16, 
122. 

St. Dunstan, five churches in Kent 
dedicated to, 13, 420. 

St. Dunstan's Cantebbuby, Church- 
wardens' accounts, 16,283-321 ; 17. 
77-139 ; remarks upon, 140-9, see 
( lanterbury. 

St. Eaiiswith. 13. 175; Reliquary at 
Folkestone, 16. 322-6. 

St. Edmund (of Pontigny), the Arch- 
bishop, bis altar m the Cathedral 
crvpt at Canterbury, 13, 519,522, 
5 fc2. 

St. Edmund the King, the scene of 
his martyrdom painted in the church 
at Chile at I loo. 11. 1 is. 159; his 
chapel in Ilvthe Church, 18. II i. 

St. Edmund's, Bichard of, 17. 'li- 
st. Edward, the King, 13. S3, 88. 

St. Elena, nuns of, 12. 230. 

St. Ermengitha, 12. ^<>- 

St. Faith's Church, Maidstone, 1, L57, 
l «;s, 

St. Frideswide's, Oxford, 14, 334, 341. 

St. Gabriel's Chapel in the crypl of 
Canterbury Cathedral, and the fres- 
coee therein. 13, 30, 48-80, 528. 

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St. George's, Canterbury, see Canter- 
bury. 

St. George's fraternity at Lydd, 13, 
433. 

St. George, Anne, widow, 18, 381 ; 
Eleanor, 379 n ; Sir Henry, 10, 68 ; 
18,378; Rebecca, 378, 381; Tho- 
mas, 319 n, 381 ; Sir Thomas, 378 n. 

St. Gregory of Tours, 3, 20. 

St. Gregory, Canterbury, see Canter- 
bury. 

St. Helen, 11, 145 ; churches dedicated 
by King Offa to, 13, 367. 

St. Helen's, London, Prioress of, 10, 
151 ; tenement in East Barmeling, 
151. 

St. Hildeferth, 11, 405-408. 

St. Ithamar, see Ithamar. 

St. James's, Canterbury, see Canter- 
bury. 

St. James's fraternity at Lydd, 13, 
433. 

St. James's, Isle of Grayne, 18, 32, 33. 

St. James of Compostella, 13, 112. 

St. Jesse, Abbey of, discovery of muni- 
ments under the walls of, 4, 203. 

St. John, Canterbury, see Canterbury. 

St. John's Chapel, Maidstone, 1, 168. 

St. John's Chapel at Minster in Shepey, 
7, 293 and n. 

St. John the Baptist, hospital or priory 
at Bomney, 13, 245 ; fraternity of, 
at Lydd, 433. 

St. John of Jerusalem, hospital of, 14, 
327, 329 ; manor in Cowden, 153 ; 
Prior of hospital of, 10, 122, 127, 
129, 138, 160; 12, 213, 218. 

St. John's, Sutton at Hone, visit to, 7, 
Ixvii. 

St. John's Parish (Margate), in Thanet, 
14, 270 ; 18, 17, 36. 

St. John, Amadeus (Provost of Wing- 
ham), 14, 1; Edward de, 18, 352 ; 
John de. 10, 120, 122, 137-139, 143, 
144, 154, 162 ; Lord, 11, 362; Mar- 
gery, 3, 251; Matilda, 13, 298; 
Richard de, 298 ; 18, 352 ; Robert 
de, 6, 208 ; 12, 208-10, 217, 223, 
231, 234, 236 ; Roger de, 18, 352 ; 
Walter de (inquisition, 1260), 3, 250; 
Walter de, 12, 224. 
St, Katherine, 14, 93, 365 ; fraternity 

at Lydd, 13, 433. 
St. Laurence, 9, 124 ; fresco of, 16, 
226 ; Jewrv, church in London, 

11, 36. 

St. Laurence, Romney, fine of lands 

in, 15, 299; church, 13, 241. 
St. Laurence, Thanet, 10, 115, 116 ; 

12, xxxvii; brass of Nicholas Mans- 
ton, 1, 74, 88; 12, 371; church 

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described, 12, 369-74 ; linos of laud 
in, 11, 318; 14, 270: 18, 343. 

St. Laurence, John de, 10, 127 ; 12, 
204, 273-4 ; Ralph de, 10, 115, 123 ; 
12, 374 ; heirs of Thomas do, 10, 
123, 161. 

St. Leger, 2, 28 ; 15, 17, 374 ; Alia- 
nora, 18,35'.) ; Anabilla, 11, 340; An- 
thony, 7, 290 ; 11, 390: 18, 28,43 I ; 
St. Anthony, 7, 290 ; Sir Anthony, 

14, 119 ; 16, 177 ; Sir Arnold, T., 
3, 81 ; Arthur (of Leeds Priory), 2, 
57 ; Arthur, 7, 193 ; 11, 399; Bartho- 
lomew de, 11, 340 ; Beatrice de, 2, 
19 ; Dudlev, 15, 360 ; Edmund de, 
10, H9; 13, 320; 15, 29, 307; 
Edward, 15, 360 ; Isabella, 13, 320; 

15, 307 ; Johanna, H, 325, 342-3 ; 
John, 15, 18; 17,60; John de, W., 
6, 308 ; J., suit against Wotton for 
title to Thurnham manor, 2, 28, 40 ; 
Margery, 17, 60; Mr., 15, 399; 
17, 228; Nicholas, 18, 20, 28; 
Ralph de, W., 5, 208, 209; Ralph 
de, 10, 140, 142 ; H, 395, 397 ; 12, 
222, 232; 15, 8, 18; Sir Ralph, 2, 
19, 28 ; Sheriff of Kent (10 Ric. II.), 
2, 39; Richard de, 12, 232 ; Robert, 
417; Thomas, T., 3, 90; Thomas 
de, 10, H9, 143 ; 15, 19, 29; 18, 
359; 11,325,342,343; Sir Thomas, 

17, 55, 60 ; Warham, 11, 143 ; 17, 
216 ; William, 15, 14. 

St. Leonard's, 1, 103-4 ; Cemetery, an 
abutment (1198), Ewell, 265 ; fresco 
of St. Leonard, 16, 226. 

St. Leonard's Tower, Mailing, 18, 273. 

St. Margaret at Cliffe, 10, cxxi ; 12, 
208; 14, 246; 15, 360; Norman 
capitals in the church, 4, 19 ; visited 
by the Society, 10, cxxxii; briefs for, 

14, 182, 209, 214; fines of lands in, 

15, 286, 289. 

St. Margaret, Canterbury', see Canter- 
bury. 

St. Margaret's Cross, Hawkhurst, 9, 
245. 

St. Margaret Hills (Darenth), inven- 
tory of parish church goods (1552), 
8, 138. 

St. Margaret's. Rochester, 11, 8, 341 ; 

18, 33. 

St. Martin, Canterbury, see Canter- 
bury ; Dover, see Lover. 

St. Martin, watch at, 8, 309, 310 ; 
hundred of, 10, 125 ; 12, 210 ; 13, 
194, 238, 250-7, 354. 

St. Martin's Oratory, Romney, 13, 
238, 350 ; ville in Romney, 349-359, 
361 ; 15, 283. 

St. Martin, Abel de, 13, 156 ; Laurence 

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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



de (Bp. of Rochester), 3, 109 ; Ro- 
bert de, 10, 271. 

St. Mary's Church, Cranbrook, brief 
for, 14, 214 ; Maidstone, 1, 169. 

St. Mary's Church in Etomney Marsh, 
10- 125 ; 13, L75, :5.")5 ; inventor; of 
parish church goods, 10, 290 ; fines 
of lands in, 12, 302; 13, 319; 14, 
247, 268 ; 15, 27(5. 

St. Mary's Church, W. de, a judge, 
1195-6,1, 228-236. 

St. Mary Cray, 10, 295 ; 13, 371-5-8 ; 
14, 227, 228, 238, 356, 371 ; 15, 
220 ; 16, 247, 253 ; 17, 339, 345 ; 
18, 33, 38; monumental inscrip- 
tions at, 6, 271 ; 11, 66 ; manor. 10, 
157 ; inventory of parish church 
goods, 296 ; church plate, 16, 350, 
433 ; fines of lands in, 12, 303 ; 13, 
299, 307, 320; 14, 238, 250, 266, 
279 ; 18, 346. 

St. Mary de Gloria, Abbey in Anagni, 
13, 444. 

St, Mary in Hoo, 12, 227 ; 15, 237 ; 
fine of land in, 13, 313. 

St. Mary's Hospital, 7, 273 ; see Dover, 
Dooms Dei. 

St. Mary's fraternity at Lydd, 13,433. 

St, Mary, Major at Rome, relics of 
Becket at, 10, 14-15. 

St. Mary Overy, tomb of John Gower 
in the church of, 6, 83, 85. 

SS. Mary and Sexburga Priory, in 
Shepey, 7, 287-291. 

St. .Man r , Southwark (Prior of), sues 
Sir Roger de Leybourne, 7, 340. 

St. Mary, of Westout, 11, 32. 

St. Michael's Church, Canterbury, 7, 
10 and >». 

St. Michael next St. Alban's, 11, 34. 

St. Michael, Throwley, church of, 4, 
212. 

St. Michael, Laurence de, 12, 218,2^7, 
235. 

St. Michael's Mount, 9, 123. 

St. Milburga, 12,186. 

St. Mildred I., 3. 27; 12, 192. 

St. Mildred II., 3, 27; 12, 168, 177- 
194, 344-9. 

St. Mildred fraternity at Lydd, 13, 
433. 

St. Mildred's Church, Canterbury, see 
Canterbury. 

St. Milgitha, 12, 186. 

st. Neot, 8. 44. 

St. Nicholas, 13, 175 ; brotherhood 
at Canterbury, 93; fraternity at 
Lydd, 433. 

St. Nicholas, Rochester, 18, 270; 
accounts of the ancient priory of, 
6, H8. 



St. Nicholas, Thanet, 10, 116 ; church, 
12, 19-26, 400-402 ; medieval screen 
work at, 14, 371 ; ville of, 12, 204; 
Crump Farm, 398; Fro>t> Farm, 
399 ; tines of lands in, 14. 250; 18, 
343. 

St. Nicholas, arms, 15, 11 ; family, 12; 
Bennett Thomas, 12, 176, 371, 377, 
378; Elizabeth, 176; John, 176 ; 
.John de, 289 ; 18, 343 ; Juliana, 12, 
17**,, 371: Thomas de, 10, 123 ; 11, 
395 ; 18, 343. 

St. Norbert, Bp. of Magdeburg, 
founder of the PrsemonstrateiiM in 
Order (1120), 14, 140. 

St. Ola ve's, Southwark (i.e. Tooley's), 

11, 157. 

St. Omer, Abbey of St. Bertin at, 4, 
203. 

St. Osith, Henry do, 15, 305. 

St. Oswald, King of Northumbria, 13, 
115. 

St. Ouen's Church, at Rouen, 4. 25. 

St. Pancras, Canterbury, see Canter- 
bury. 

St. Paul, Canterbury, see Canterbury. 

St. Paul, Earl of, 12, 311 ; Sutton, 3. 
235. 

St. Paul's Cathedral, 11, 362; 14, 51, 
128,162,164,332; collection towards 
building (1<H)7), 12, HO; briefs for, 
14, 181, 183, 209. 

St. Paul's Cray, 10. 156, 288; 13, 15, 
155, 403; "church, 18, 279-287; 
common, 308 ; hill, 281 ; inventory 
of parish church goods, 10, 288; 
fines of land-, etc., in, 11,313,352; 

12, 304, 306 ; 13, 289. 

St. Paulinos, Bp. of York, churches 
dedicated to him, 18, 279, 279 n, 319; 
his shrine at Rochester Cathedral, 
6, 46 ; 17, xliii. 

St. Peter's Churchyard, Canterbury, 

13, 87 ; lane, 87 ; street, ib. ; frater- 
nity at Lydd, 433. 

St. Peter's, Thanet, Roman amphora, 
12, 17 ; church, 22, 379. 

St. Pierre. Isolda, 10, 150. 

St. Quintin, Hugh de, 10, 275; Wil- 
liam de, 14, ;iu:i. 

St. Radegi-nd's (Ithadcgund), 10, 1 ; 
12, 208, 209; 15, 60, 169, 220; 
Pb-Emonstratensiah Abbey al 
Bradsole, in Polton, near Dover, 14, 
140-152; pensioned monastics of, 
2, 55 ; the abbot of, 3, 201 ; 10, 
122, 123, 130; abbots and priors of. 

14, 141-2. 

St. Bumwald, 9, 96. 
St Sepulchre's, Canterbury, see Canter- 
bury. 



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St. Sexburga's Abbe}', in Sbepey, en- 
dowed by Sir Roger Nortbwood, 1, 
11 ; Abbess of, 14, 376. 

St. Simplicius, SS. collar, 1, 76. 

St. Stephen's, Canterbury, see Hacking- 
ton. 

St. Swithin's, Cannon St., monumental 
inscriptions in, 6, 206. 

St. Thomas of Acre, why so called, 10, 
20. 

St. Thomas of Canterbury, see Becket. 

St. Thomas's Chapel in Faversham 
Church, 18, 110. 

St. Thomas of Dancastre, 13, 243. 

St. Thomas, Hospital of, Southwark, 
9, 124 ; 11, 246 ; Richard, the Mas- 
ter of, 12, 292. 

St. Tron, 17, 150. 

St. Tronyon, 17, 149-152. 

St. Tyburn, 9, 123. 

St. Werburgh in Hoo, 10, 148; 12, 
227 ; fine of lands in, 13, 291, 313 ; 
ville of, 11, 316. 

St. Wilfric, 11, 38. 

St. William of Rochester canonized, 
3, 108 ; his shrine at Rochester, 6, 
44; fresco of, 16, 226; gate at Ro- 
chester, 18, 200. 

St. Withburga, 7, 291 n. 

St. Ymarus, 12, 194. 

St. Ythamar, see Ithamar. 

Saker, Henry, 13, 336; Margaret, 
336 ; Rev. Mr., 18, 216. 

Salamon, Alice, 10, 145; John, 12, 
226. 

Sale, Richard, Vicar of Throwley, 18, 
299 ; Walter de la, 14, 252 ; William 
de la, 3, 257, 261 ; Rev. Win., B.A., 
Vicar of Sheldwich (1690), 18, 299. 

Saled Juvenis, W., 8, 272. 

Salerne, Rev. John, of Winchelsea, 13, 
410. 

Sales, John, of Mailing, T., 3, 76 ; see 
also Hales. 

Salisbury, 7, 243; the Bp. of, does 
penance at Becket's tomb, 13, 503 ; 
H., Bishop of (1195), 1, 231 ; Cathe- 
dral, 1, 83, 90 ; 14, 121, 127-8, 132, 
163, 166, 335. 

Salisbury, Countess of, SS. collar, 1, 
76 ; Catherine. Countess of, dan. of 
William Grandison, 1, 34,35 ; Mar- 
garet, Countess of, 16, 46. 

Salisbury, Earl of, 15, 2; 16, 43; 
William, 2, 34, 35. 

Salisbury, Edward, on records of 
New Romney, 17, 12-33 ; Robert, 
11, 413. 

Salisbury, John of, Becket's secretary, 
6, 132, 134. 

Salkin, Thomas (1473), 10, 59. 



Salkyn, John, Waltham, T., 3. 91, 
Salmeston Grange, 12, xxxviii, 360- 

365. 
Salmon, presented by the City of 

Rochester (1580), 2, 83, 84; price 

of one caught at Folkestone, 10, 

cxi. 
Salmon, Dr. (1666), 18, 124-5, 127-9, 

146, 149, 151-2 ; Frances, 15, 404 ; 

John, Bp. of Norwich, 10, lvii ; 

Master, 18, 136, 142; Mrs. (1638), 

17, 361 ; Peter, 15, 404 ; Robert, 
T., 3, 89. 

Salmon, Rose, servant at Minster 
Priory, 7, 305. 

Salmon, allied to Duling, 17, 361 >/. 

Salomon, William (1263), 3, 253; 
Geoffrey (1264), 2, 294. 

Salot, John, sells timber for Rochester 
Castle, 2, 117. 

Salt, rents paid in (1236), 2, 293; 
price of (1263), 10, cviii; (1295- 
1363), 51. 

Salter, John, 12, 421 ; Margaret, 15, 
249 ; William, ib. 

Salter, Richard, brief for, 14, 213. 

Salthouse, allied to Dering, 10, 337. 

Saltkendine dene in Tenterden, 14, 
41. 

Saltwood, 9, 218; 10, 126, 270, 273; 
12,213; 13,330-4; 15, 224, 252, 
271,378; 18,17,54; stone quarries 
at, 5, 16 ; castle and manor, 10, 
126; Roman urns from, xli ; inven- 
tory of parish church goods, 297 ; 
gold seal of the jurisdiction, H, 40; 
fines of lands in, 327, 336 ; 12, 294 ; 

18, 341 ; church plate, 16, 337, 376, 
409, 430. 

Saltwood, Henry de, chantry priest, 
13, 545. 

Saltwood Castle, 11, 41 ; 16, 19 ; re- 
built by Archbishop Courtenay, 4, 
125 ; 18, 51 ; the Society's visit to, 
5, xxxvi. 

Saltwood Church, 11, 41 ; Canon 
Scott Robertson on, 18, 421-32; 
font and chest, 422; monumental 
brasses, 422 ; list of rectors (1270- 
1888), 425-32. 

Salutation Tavern, at Rochester, 6, 
68. 

Salvage, see Savage. 

Salyng, Rev. John (1416), 13, 478. 

Samadus, Reginald (1267), 5, 296. 

Samady, Agnes, 11, 314 ; John, ib. 

Samborne, Elizabeth, d. of W, 16, 
92. 

Samford, Mr., 15, 399, 401. 

Samian ware, 15, 75, 85, 105-6, 318-9, 
355-6 ; found at Bekesbourne, 2, 

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INDEX TO VOLS. I. XVIII. 



46; at Chatham, 9. 175: at Chifile- 
hurst, 1, 140; at Plaxtol, 2, 4, 7 ; 

at Rii'liliciroiiu'li, 8. 7: at Sarr, 6, 
177 ; at Westboroughj 2- 1 -17. 

Saiiii-ni ware, potters' names on, 11. 
1 In. L20. 

Sampson, Abigail, 18. 29 ; Anthony, 

11, 388; 18, 29; Edmund, 18; 
John, 11, 396; 16, 198; Peter, of 
lloo, 10, 06 ; Robert, 13, 354 ; Wil- 
liam, 12, 421 ; 18, 18. 

Sampson, Dr., Chaplain to Wolsey 

(1523,, 1. 17. 
Sampson, John, a trustee of Henry 

Stidolf (1474), 2, 230. 
Sams, Mr. G., 11, xl. 
Samson, the carpenter. W., 6, 201. 
Samson with the jaw bone of an ass, 

carved on a boss in Black Prince's 

chantry, 13, 543. 
Samson, Jeremy, 12, 390; Nicholas, 

388 ; William, 390. 
Samuel. Richard. Canterbury (1252), 

2, 309 ; Stephen, T., 3, 71, 72, 76. 
Saucier, Emma de (tenant of Eudo 

Pateric, 1198), 1, 258. 
Sancroft, Archbp. (1678-1691), 9, 177, 

179 ; 14, 356 ; 15, 249. 
Sancta Ositha, see St. Osith. 
Sancto Leodgario, see St. Leger. 
Sancton alias Little "Wilmington 

Manor, 10, 127. 
Sanctus bell (?) rung from a chancel 

window-casement, 10, 48. 
"Sanctus, Sanctus, Sanctus," SS. 

collar, 1, 70. 
Sand (1378), a hundred cart-loads for 

Rochester Castle, 2, 128, L30. 
Sanddy, John (1465), 10, 257. 
Sanders, John (1355), 14, 376. 
Sanderstead Church (vault of the 

Smiths of Blendon), 18. 376. 
Sarnie-. Anthonv, 11. 399; Robert, 

12, 120. 426 {see Sonde-). 
Sandford, Henry de. Bishop of Roches- 
ter (1227-35), 3, 99 ; 13, 128, 130 : 
Henry, 17. 290. 

Sandford, Joan de. extent of her land 
in Dene I 1252), 2. 310; Hugh, her 

husband, 325; Christian, her daugh- 
ter, 325 : John, 11. 398 ; 18. 19; 
Rev. John, 13. 459 ; Catherine, 

18. 19: Orcas, 15 ; Robert (arm-), 

11,397. 

Sandgate, L r uard of the passage at, 3. 

211 : watch at. 8- 3(il. 310 : lii-ht 

watch at, 10, cix ; Queen Elizabeth 
at. cxiii. 

Sand hell, .John, -ells timber for Roches- 
ter Castle, 2. L17. 

Sandhill in Sandwich, 13, 333. 



Sandhurst, 6. 191 n ; 7. 234: 10. 132, 
I 10 : 13. 326, 332-3, 339; 14, 323 ; 
18. 25; parish books of, 5, 63 », 
85« : fines of lands in.l 1, 332; 18, 
345; rood-lot t at, 14. 372. 

Sandhurst. .John de, 10, 120, 119; 
Catherine, his widow, 120. 

Saudis, Col. Edwin, at Sir William 
Butler's at Teston (1642), 2, 190, 
191. 

Saudis, Sir Edwin, 3, 163. 

Sandling, 15, 70-1. 

Sandre, John, T., 3. 84 ; William, T., 
80. 

Sandrintone, 15, 362. 

Sands, Mr., 17, 227; Sir Thomas, 
Deputy-Lieutenant, 8, 303; see 
Sondes. 

Sandstead, 10, 150; 12, 229. 

Sandwell Priory, 14. 340. 

Sandwey, Joanna, 12, 253 ; John, ik. 

Sandwich (Saudwico, Sandwveh), 10, 
120, 227. 228, 252; 11, 21. 2'.'. 364 ; 
12,3, 19, 22, 42, 337-43; 13, 10, 
HI. 179, 333, 341, 351 ; 14, 134, 189, 
194, 339, 368 ; 15, 7, 10-11, 17, 30, 
356, 371, 380 ; 16, 1, hii, 43, 58-63 ; 
17,195-6,218; 18,15-10; Burton 
Chantry, 2, 02 ; Grene Chantry, ib. ; 
monument of a De Sandwich in the 
hospital, 112; monument in St. 
Clement'- Church, 141; Annual 
Meeting at, 6, xliv; temporary 
museum, lxiii : monumental stones 
from, 8, 164, 265; carrots, 9, 134; 
bay, Mo. 112: bailiffs of, 10, lxxxix, 
xciv ; gaol, xci : name- of ships from, 
cix; Archbishop Warham at, cxii; 
forty-three ships of, exx; church 
plate, 16, 329, 308, 376. 380, 435; 
tines of lands in. 11, 312. 328, 349, 
353, 355. 358 ; 12, 303 ; 13, 310; 
14, 214; 15, 280, 289, 300, 304; 
18- 339. 

Sandwich, History of, by Canon R. C. 
Jenkins. 6, xlviii. 

Sandwich, 2. 181 ; Rook of Orphan-. 
16. L79-206; mayors of, 15. 10, 
1 13-7 : old painted panels at. 15, 
1 12-7 ; royal visits to, 1 15-7 ; 16 5s- 
63; St. Mary's Church (Canon Scotl 

Robertson on), lv-lx. 
Sandwich, Karl of, 6, 76; 13- L45; 15, 

1 II. 1 10. 

Sandwich, Agnes de, 2. 32. 38, 39, 
L34, L35; Henry de, W.. 6, ■■'^- 
Sir Henry de, 5. L35, L90; Joanna, 
12. 2'.il ; John de, 3, 257; 10. 161 i 
11.307; 12.291 ; 13. 120-1 ; 15, 
7; Sir John de (1203), 2, 39, L34 j 
his son Sir John, 2, 19,38, 39; Sir 






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John de, 10, cix ; Juliana de, wife 
of John dc Segrave, 2, 38, 39, 135, 
136; wife of William de Leybourne, 
5, 134,190,193; Nicholas de, heirof 
Maria de Segrave (13-49), 2, 19, 38, 
39 ; Nicholas de, son of Sir John 
and Agnes Daverenches, 19, 38, 39 ; 
Nicholas de, Prior of Christ Church, 
Canterbury, 6, 212 ; Nicholas de, 
10, 115, 123, 124, 143; 12, 373; 
Sir Nicholas de, 10, 115 ; Ralph de, 
118, 120, 150; Sir Ralph de, 
115; Simon de, 12, 204, 207, 208, 
210, 373 ; Sir Simon de, 15, 9 ; Tho- 
mas de, 10, 123, 124 ; 12, 291 ; Ds. 
Thomas (1483), 10, lxii. 

Sandy, Bartholomew, 17, 117, 118; 
John, 126, 128, 130. 

Sandys, 11, 8; Anthony, 399; 
Cecily (1654), 5, 113 ; Col. Edwin, 
18, 370 ; Sir Edwin, 13, 379 ; 
George (poet and traveller), 15, xli, 
159, 166; Lord, 18, 71 ; Mary, 13, 
379 ; Reynold (arms), 11, 395 ; 
Robert, 3, 204 ; see Sandis. 

Sanskyn, William, sells timber for 
Rochester Castle, 2, 117. 

Sanford, Hugh de, 4, 315 ; Joan de, 
extent of her land in Dene (1252), 
2, 310 ; her daughter Christian, wife 
of Earl of Warwick, 310, 325. 

Sansetun, Benedict, Bishop of Roches- 
ter, 5, 25. 

Santefere, Richard, churchwarden of 
Foots Cray, 8, 156. 

Santford, Henry, 18, 401. 

Sapcott, Alexander, 18, 20; Henry, 
ib. ; William, ib. 

Sapience, Clement, 11, 155. 

Sarchester, Simon de, W., 6, 216. 

Sarcophagus of uncemented brick and 
tile discovered at Canterbury, 4, 35. 

Sardasse, land there granted by Tho- 
mas de Esse to William de Eines- 
ford (1197), 1, 237. 

Sarichescroft, Sutton, 3, 235 ; 12, 311. 

Sarjeant, John, of Canterbury, 16, 
297, 302, 318 ; Mrs. Mercy, 18, 217 ; 
see Sergeant. 

Sarmatians, 8, 22. 

Sarndenn, Peter of, W., 6, 221. 

Sarpi, Paul, 3, 164. 

Sarr (Sarra, Sarre, Saerre, Sare, Serre), 
Anglo-Saxon relics found at, 3, 36, 
38,45,178; 5,305-21; 6, 157-84; 
7, 307-21 ; its importance in Roman 
and Anglo-Saxon times, 5, 305 ; its 
decay, 307 ; site of the church, ib. ; 
theDunstreto, 308 ; bridge, formerly 
a ferry, 12, 19, 340-3 ; ville of, 204, 
331 n 402 ; cemetery, 336 ; muster 



roll (James I.), 367 ; manor, 10, 
116; see 116,123; 15,320; 18,102. 

Sarr (Sare), Adam, 15, 294, 298 ; heirs 
of Adam, 10, 122; Johanna, 15, 
294; John, T., 3, 89; Jordan de, 4, 
283; Lambinus, 285; .Matilda, 15, 
298 ; Solomon de, 4, 284. 

Sarru, title of Chaldean Kings, 10, 37. 

Sarseu stones, 13, 14 ; at Rochester, 
18, 264. 

Sarstede, see Sharsted. 

" Satis," Mr. Watt's house at Ro- 
chester, so named by Queen Eliza- 
beth, 2, 75 ; presumed origin of the 
name, 6, 52 ; visit of Queen Eliza- 
beth to, 18, 200. 

Saueye, T., 3, 91. 

Saule, Walter, 18, 339. 

Saule, allied to Bering, 10, 339. 

Saunder (Saundre, Saundir), Alianora, 
11, 328, 355 ; Barth., ib. ; John, 10, 
245, 247 ; 11, 378 ; 12, 422 ; Rev. 
John (1477-8), 13, 478 ; (1466), 18, 
428; Juliana (1465), 10, 58, 64; 
Nicholas (1417), 186; Sir Nicholas, 
4, 199; William, 12, 377; (1456), 
14, 164. 

Saunder, Isabella, see Twysden, Lady ; 
Sir Thomas, Remembrancer of the 
Exchequer, 8, 52 and n. 

Saunders, Jane, 18, 39 ; Nicholas, ib. ; 
Robert, 14, 238 ; Temple, 15, 395 ; 
Thomas, 11, 392, 393. 

Saundyrs, W. (1464), 10, 58, 65 ; 14, 
372. 

Saundreston, Church of St. Nicholas, 

14, 275. 

Sauner, Erdricus le, of Fleet in Rich- 
borouyh (1197), 1, 243. 

Saunton, William, 18, 23, 28. 

Saunzauers (Sawsamere), Lady, 10, 
131, 136, 138. 

Sauser, Robert le, 14, 252 ; Roesia, ib. 

Savage, 11, 310; Alice, 13, 299; 
Arnold de, 10, 232 ; 12, 231. 

Savage, Sir Arnald, a friend of Sir 
Roger de Northwode (1350), 2, 21 ; 
an executor of the will of John 
Cower, 6, 87 ; (1375), 11, 75 ; (1407), 
91. 

Savage (Salvage, Sauvage), Arnulph 
and Thos., W, 6, 191 ; Armilph le, 
13, 304; Bartholomew le, ib. 
Claricia, 11, 337, 352 ; Rev. Cub 
peper, 14, 100 ; Edmund, 18, 349 
Sir Edward, 11, 242, 247, 248 
Heluulf, W., 2, 29; John, 10, 138 
161, 232 ; heirs of, 138 ; John, 13 
122, 299 ; Sir John, arms, 11, 397 

15, 18, 21; John (Woodchurch 
1386), 14, 354 ; Lady, 11, 242 ; Lora 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



10,151, 158; 18, 315; Margaret, 
3-19 ; Ralph, a jurur, Milton (1249- 
50), 2, 298; Ralph, 15, 13; Ralph 
le, 18, 315; Richard, of Canterbury, 
16, 303, 320, 321 ; Roger (1305), 10, 
226, 232 ; Roger le, 11, 337, 352 ; 
Sir Roger, 15, 18; Simon, 13, 304; 
Thomas, son of Helnulf, W., 2, 29 ; 
Thomas de, 10, 232 ; heirs, 161 ; Sir 
Thomas. 11, 234; Rev. William 
(Stone, 1720), 3, 101 ; William le, 
13, 299. 

Savaine, Avery, 9, 33 n. 

Savell, John, \b, 380. 

Savelsdon, Wieland de, first hushand of 
Dionysia de Bewsfield, 6, 193 n. 

Savenappe, 1, 4. 

Saville, Sir Henry, 11, 3. 

Savoy Palace, T., 4, 71. 

Sawbridge, Elizabeth, 14, 175; J. 
(1726), 2, 93; Mr., 15, 124. 

Sawbridgeworth Church, Herts, brass 
of John Leventhorpe (1433), 1, 83. 

Sawder, Stephen, of Lyininge, 9, 
284. 

Sawyer, Edward, pensioner of St. Au- 
gustine's, Canterbury, 2, 58. 

Saxbie, Dorothy, 14, 155 ; John, ib. 

Saxby family (East Banning), 15, 
367. 

Saxon, Angle, and Jute Royal Pedi- 
grees, by Daniel Henry Haigh, 8, 
18. 

Saxon antiquities, 3, ,35-46: exhibited 
at Canterbury, 1, lxi ; discovered at 
Faversham, 43-49; Wye, 48; and 
Westwell, 47 ; found in Maidstone, 
166 ; list of illustrated books de- 
scribing, 43; relics in Kent differ 
from others found in England, 44, 
45; found with Roman ones, 48; from 
Temple estate, Strood, 2, xl ; Mr. 
Gibhs's, found in King's Field, 
Faversham, xlii, 222 ; brooch, ex- 
hibited by Lord Amherst, xlii ; 
cross, exhibited by the Dean of Ro- 
chester, xliii ; chronicle cited, 71. 

Saxon architecture, its dubious date, 
5,3; its distinctive characteristics, 
ib.\ 12, 264, 265; baluster pillars 
at Dover Castle Church, converted 
into vaulting ribs of the Early Eng- 
lish period, 5, 5 ; preserved in the 
Dover Museum, 6. 

Saxon beads, 14, HI; bronze basins, 
1, 47 ; burial places, xl, xlvii, 134, 
L69; burialplacea at Eynsford and 
Lullingstone, 3- 86 ; al B Chester, 
18, 265; at San-, 5, 305; 6, 157; 
in Bifrons Park, 6, 329 ; 10, 298- 
315 ; hammer-shaped brooches, 301 ; 



perforated spoons with crystal balls 
in graves of ladies, 302; 13, 552- 
6 ; cemetery at Cliffe, 562 ; in 
Thanet, 9, 172 ; at Littlebrook, 18, 
316 ; at Rochester, 266 n ; at Wick- 
hambreux, 17, 6. 

Saxon cathedral at Rochester, 18, 261- 
272. 

Saxon charter, facsimile of (1013-20), 
1, 63. 

Saxon chiefs established themselves in 
rural districts, not in walled towns, 
3,43. 

Saxon church at Bradford on Avon, 
Wilts, 13, 20, 23 ; crypts, 20, 23 ; 
doorwav in the church at Dover 
Castle, *5, 10. 

Saxon glasses recently used at a farm- 
house near Sandwich, 1, 46 ; glass 
tumblers, 47. 

Saxon invasion of Britain, 13, 97-110. 

Saxon monasteries in Kent, connec- 
tion between, 3, 119. 

Saxon mortar, 3, 31. 

Saxon remains at Dartford, 18, 304- 
18. 

Saxon shore, 13, 4, 98, 106. 

Saxon street, Dover, 4> 4. 

Saxon windows, 11, xxxix, lxii, lxiii ; 
font, xxxix. 

Saxon work in Worth Church, Sussex, 
1, 116. 

Saxonbury Hill, 1, 116. 

Saxons, three tribes of, settled in Eng- 
land, 1, 44. 

Saxons, arms of the, illustrated by 
weapons found at Sarr, 7, 319. 

Saxons in Thanet, 12, 334. 

Say, 11, 310 ; 15, 12 ; barony of, 10, 
121, 122. 

Say, Agnes de, 14, 169 ; Elizabeth de, 
10, 158; 15, 8; Sir Geoffrey de, 
husband of Idonia de Leybournc, 2, 
14 ; his son Geoffrey, 14, 15 ; Sir 
Geoffrey de (20 Edw. III.), 10, 119, 
147,158; Geoffrey de, 4, 290 ; 10, 
118-122, 131, 133, 134, 142, 143, 
147, 148, 157, 161; 11, 351; 12, 
299 ; 14, 169, 170, 26(i, 272-3 ; 15, 
5,8,363; Ida de, 12, 209; Lady 
Idonia de (nee De Leybourne), 2, 
15, 27 ; Idonia, 11, 354; 12, 299j 
14, 266, 272 ; Isabella de, daughter 
of Sir Geoffrey and Idonia, 2, 14; 
married John Chaumpayne, 15: 
.loan, daughter of < icoffre\ de, 15, 5 ; 
Johanne, 14. 269 ; Sir John de, W., 
5, 222; .Juliana de. daughter of Sir 
Geoffrey and Idonia, 2, 14; married 
Sir Roger de Northwood, 15, 27 ; 
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commons of Kent, 7, 239 ; beheaded, 
240 ; Lord, sold Knole Manor (1456), 
9, xl n; Mr., his speech, 4, 173; 
Ralph, 14, 273 ; Rev. Robert, 13, 
384, 413 ; Sir Roger de, son of Sir 
Geoffrey and Idonia, 2, 14 ; Roger, 

14, 272; Thomas, 14, 269; Mr. 
William, 3, 170; Wm. de, 11, 366; 
12, 203, 208, 209, 210, 216, 219, 
220, 225, 229, 231, 235, 236 ; 14, 
169; William de (paramount lord 
of Thurnham, 1285), 2, 33 ; (Begge- 
broc in Bokinfold, 1293), 3, 254; 
Sir William de, and the Prior of 
Cumbwell, 5, 220-2. 

Saye and Sele, Lord and Lady, 16, 
222-3 ; barony of, 18, 391. 

Sayer, Alice, 13, 314 ; 14, 217 ; George 
(1758), 2, 94; George, 14, 247; 
(1824), 17, 315; John, 13, 314; 
14, 143, 247 ; Rev. John (Sheldwich, 
1480), 18, 297 ; Robert, 13, 330-2; 
William, 15, 61. 

Sayek, John, of Pett Place, on Char- 
ing Church, 16, 260-5 ; Archiepisco- 
pal Manor House, Charing, 266-8. 

Says Court, formerly manor of Hartye 
cum Norton and Newenham, 10, 
137. 

Sayueton, 11, 331, 333. 

Sayward, Richard, of Canterbury, 17, 
122, 128, 130. 

Sayye, John, of Alkham, 8, 101. 

Scacarrio {i.e. Exchequer), Ralph de, 
10, 152 ; Robert de, 147 ; Roger de, 
3, 247 ; see Leschekere. 

Scaccarium or cheker, in monasteries, 
7, 101 n. 

Scad, Henry (1268), 5, 293. 

Scadbury (Scathebery), 15, 153-4, 167, 
178, 185, 187, 192, 198-9, 205, 208, 
210, 212, 215; 16, 256, 258; 17, 
391; in Southfleet, 13, 11; (in 
Chislehurst), 388-98 ; chantry, 387. 

Scadbury, family, Lords of Scadbury 
manor (14th century), 13, 389 ; 
Anne do, 389, 401 ; John de, ib. ; 

15, 301 ; heirs of John de, 10, 156. 
Scaffold logs, Rochester Castle, 2, 118, 

131. 

Scalaria, Richard de, Cumbe (1252), 
2, 308. 

Scaldewell, Rev. John P. (1380), 14, 
177; (1376), 16, 290. 

Scalera, Rich, de, of Dartford, 9, 287. 

Scales, in Little Wilmington, 10, 127. 

Scales, Joan, wife of Sir Roger, great- 
granddaughter of John Northwode, 
2, 36, 37; John of, W., 6, 210; 
Lord, 11, 1, 103, 364 ; 16, 43 ; Ralph 
de, 10, 271 ; Roger de, and others, 



versus Sir Richard atte Leese (47 
Edward III.), 2, 14. 

Scandell, Matthew, Vicar of Sheld- 
wich (1428), 18, 297. 
Scandinavia, invaders of, in the third 

and fourth centuries, 8, 225. 
Scantega, a field so-called, near Fleet 

in Richborough (1197), 1, 243. 
Scapeya, see Shepey. 
Scappled stone, what, 2 ; 129. 
Scapuland', i.e. squaring oaks, 2, 124. 
Scarborough, T., 4, 70 n. 
Scarborough men work at Dover Haven, 

10, cxviii. 
Scarlet, Henry, 11, 327 ; William, 327. 
Scarnfeld, Galfrid of, W., 5, 220. 
Scarregge, William, 14, 192. 
Scarsdale, Earl of, 18, 102. 
Scavenger's daughter (torture), 10, 41. 
Sceaf, fabled to be a son of Noe, 

born in the Ark, 8, 20. 
Sceattas, the earliest Saxon coins, 3, 39. 
Scelves, see Shelve. 
Sceldwik, see Sheldwich. 
Scereday, in Higham, 4, 278. 
Sceredust, Godfrey de, 2, 247 ; Matilda 

his wife, ib. 
Scerington, see Cheriton. 
Scevington, Odo de (1231), 10, 40. 
Schaft {i.e. maypole), 17, 80, 81, 142- 

3 ; Wardens of, 80, 81, 86 et seq., 

143-4 ; brotherhood of, 101-2, 143 ; 

windows, etc. , 86 ; girdle to bear it, 

143-4 ; reparation of, 89 ; the dinner, 

93, 99, 101 et seq. 
Schafte, Wm. (1465), 10, 58, 60. 
Scharf, G., on pictures at Knole, 9, lii ; 

Mr., 11, 176. 
Scharynton, Job., Rector of Bromley, 

18, 386. 
Schelbrichtesdenne, hundred, 12, 222. 
Schene, Robert (1485), 16, 292. 
Schepere, Johanna, relict of John 

Fuller, her errant (1413), 13, 559. 
Scherbynd, Alicia (1412), 10, 249. 
Schingledehall, 12, 211, 216. 
Schipman (or Schypman), Adam, 14, 

196 ; Edmund, 16, 158 ; Peter, 14, 

196. 
Schipwerchte, Alan, sells to Henry de 

Cobbeham a rent-charge outside 

Chealdegate, Rochester (1240), 2, 

229. 
Schokenesse, William de, 12, 211. 
Schott, Andrew, 16, 127. 
Sclireiber, Charles John, 14, 346-8 ; 

Mrs., 345. 
Scillings, tbirty in one pund, 10, 31. 
Sciudend, see lopping, 2, 124. 
Scipburne, see Shipbourne. 
Scipherste de, nee de Sbiphurst. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Scnathes, sec Snathes, 3, 212. 

Scobyforde, Henry, 6, 186. 

Scodelonde, Geoffrey, 10- L46; Henry, 
155, 157. 

Scoford, Ageniund de, Losenham, 4, 
292. 

Scoland, Alice, 15, 295 ; Francis, ib. 

Scoler, John, 6, 114. 

Scoles, Mr., 9. 17. 

Scona, Sweden, bracteates with Rums, 
8, 197. 

Sconvngton, Alexander de, 10, 138 ; 
11, 357; Boniface de, 12. 299; 15, 
296 ; heirs of Geoffrey de, 12, 217, 
218; Richard de, 10, 138; 11,357; 
15, 296 ; Margeria de, 2, 239. 

Soooues, Thos., of Staplehurst, 9, 199. 

Scorbetone boro', 12, 222. 

Scosbis, Alicia, 14, 197. 

Scot, a tax at Romnev, 17, 1-1, 22. 

Scot, Adam, 9, 291 ; Sir Edward, 3, 
149, 157; 4, 136; 9, 32 n ; John, 
11, 328 : 15, 366 ; Mr., 191 ; Ralph, 
310; William le, of Fleet in Rich- 
borough (1197), 1, 243; William 
(c. 1160), 4, 208 ; William, 11, 328 ; 
15, 27 ; see Scott. 

Scotgrove in Ash by Wrotham, 10. 
154. 

Scothone, Robert de, 1271, 6, 242. 

Scotland, Richard, T., 9, 301. 

Scotney Castle, described by Edward 
Hussey, 17, 38-48. 

Scotney, Peter de, 17, 39 ; Walter de, 
ib. ; 'William de, 6, 205. 

Scott, allied to Dering, 10, 266, 332, 
334, 346 ; arms, 3, 143 ; 14, 365. 

Scott, Dame Agnes (1463), 10, 254; 
Arthur, 266; Benj. J., 14, 363; 
Charles, 8, 59; 11, 390; Christo- 
pher, 14, 320 ; Cholmely, 10, 267 ; 
Col., 9, 177 ; David le, King of 
Scotland, 10, 259; Devorgilda, 
Countess of Huntingdon, wife of 
John Baliol, 259, 260; Elizabeth 
(or Isabel), wife of Sir Edward 
Poynings, 264; E. H.,of Sundridge, 
13", 148; Elizabeth, 17, 197, 206; 
Emma, 10- 26] ; Frances Talbot, 
267; George, churchwarden of 
llawkhursl (155S-1J), 5, 71; 
Henry, of High Halden, 11, 403; 
John, 7, 235 n ; Vioar of Elliam, 
10. 55, 56 ; {ob. L413), 261; of 
Bromley, 13, L65; Sir John, 5, 
12 1 : {pb. L616), 10. 266 ; of Scott's 
Hall, 12. Ill, U6; 13. 538; Sir 
John (nil. L533), married A.nne 
Pimpe, 10- 258, 264; Sir John 
(1486-85), 10, oxii, 263-4; tomb, 
8,263; his accounts, 250-8 ; Kathe- 



rine, 12, 411, 416, 417 ; Lady, 15, 
192-3, 201, 205; of Hayes Place, 
18, 161, 1G5; Michael, 10, 260; 
Mr., 17, 227, 345 ; 18, 161 ; Nicho- 
las, 30; Sir Riynold, a church 
goods commissioner, 8, 87 ; Sir 
Raynold (1542), 11, 398; Reginald, 
10! 265; Sir Reginald, 264; (will 
1554), 265 ; Reginald, 16, 177 ; 
Reinalde, 11, 388; Robert, 14. 319, 
351 ; Sir Robert (Lieutenant of the 
Tower), 10, 261; Simon, 14, 261; 
Sir Stephen, 12, 422; 15, 177, 199; 
18, 159; Thomas, 11, 389; 18, 
26, 30; Captain Thomas, 10, oxx, 
266 ; Thomas, Archbishop of York, 
13, 538; Sir Thomas, Deputy- 
Lieutenant, 8. 300, 310; Sir Thomas, 
commissioner for Dover Haven 
(1582), 10, cxiv, 265-6; his sons, 
Sir John and Sir Edward, 266; 
Thomas, of Scott's Hall, 266 ; Eliza- 
beth his wife, 266 ; see 5, 114; 11, 
388-91; 17,197,206; William, 10, 
2C1 ; William, built Scott's Hall, 
261; died 1433, 261; his wives, 
262 ; William, son of George and 
Cecilia, 266 ; Sir William's portrait 
at Ashford, 5, 118 ; Sir William, of 
Brabourne, 10, 259-260; Sir Wil- 
liam, 3, 204; 11, 362; 16, 234; 
(died 1524), 10,264 ; re-built Scott's 
Hall, 264 ; his arms, 11, 394. 

Scott, Sir G. Gilbekt, R.A., F.S.A., 
on the Church on Castle Hill, 
Dover, 5, 1 ; quoted, 14, 171-2, 
289, 363, 365. 

Scott, James R., F.S.A., 11, xxxiii ; 
on expenses of Sir John Scott, 10, 
250; on Scott monuments in Bra- 
bourne Church, 259 ; on charters of 
Horton Priory, 2t>9 ; on Faucon- 
berge's rising in Kent, 1471, 359- 
64; pay list of Kentish forces 
against the Armada, 388. 

Scott Monuments in Brabourne 
Church, 10, 259-268. 

Scottegrave (Stortegrave), William de, 
12, 23 t ; see Scotgrove. 

Scott's Hall, Smooth, 8, 87; 10, 259 
et seq. ; 17, 197, 206, 345. 

Scrafton, William, Rector of St. 
Paul's Cray (1703), 18, 286; Wm., 
of London, ib. 

Soramasai with Raines, 8, 235. 

Sorawynghope, see Scray. 

Sera}', or Shewinghope, lathe of, 8. 

87; 10, 126, 128; 12, 215,221; 14, 

39, 321, 325. 
Screcnvvork in churches, 11, xxxix, 

lix, !xiv, 50-52, 151 ; 14, 370. 



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Scrig, Walter, 11, 341. 

Scrivener, John, 16, 291. 

Serodere, William, of Thanet, and 

Margeria his wife, 18, 312. 
Scroope, Adrian, steward to the Duke 

of Richmond (1643), 2, 198; 12, 

84, 87 ; Elizabeth, 16, 103 ; Ralph, 

237. 
Scrope, Henry lc, 13, 412; 15, 376; 

Sir John de, 13, 412 ; Margaret, 

411; Richard, 256, 411-2; Sir 

Roger l e , 411-2. 
Scryg, Sara, 12, 294; Walter le, 294. 
Scryveyn, James, W., 15, 390. 
Scuassheler, or Skewashlar stones, 

what, 2, 114, 130 bis; (scappled) 

Rochester Castle, 129. 
Scyld, a son of Woden, 8, 25. 
Scurlue, Ralph (1268), 5, 293. 
Soutage, 2, 286, 313; defined, 3, 236; 

^ 10, loo. 

Seabrook, 13, 355 ; alias Shorneclieft, 
watch at, 8, 304, 310. 

Seabrook, Mrs. (Little Buokland), 1, 
156. 

Seacoal at Rochester Castle {see Coal), 
2, 128. 

Seacox Heath, 5> 81 n. 

Seager, Adam, 18, 33 ; George, ib. 

Seal (Seale, Sele), 13, 314; 15, 96, 
189, 197 ; 18, 18, 35, 37 ; manor, 
10, 158; fines of lands in, H, 
325 ; 15, 275, 284 ; 18, 352 ; Soan 
Street in, 14, 226 ; Mary Wood of, 
228. 

Sealand, bracteate with Runes, 8, 198. 

Seals, ancient, exhibited, 2, xliii ; jet 
matrix found at Sandhurst, 3, 189 ; 
great seals of Edward III., 10, 71, 
72. 

Seals and counterseals (engraved) : — 
Anselm, Archbishop, 6, 195 and n ; 
Atte Lese, Sir Richard (1368), 2, 
42, 353; Bailluel, Geoffrey de, 6, 
221 ; Barret, 3, 144 ; Becket, Arch- 
bishop, 4, 209 ; Bending, Adam de, 

5, 218 ; Alice de, 219 ; Peter de, 6, 
308 ; Bicknor, Sir Thomas de (c. 
1300), 2, 41 ; Boniface, Archbishop, 

6, 215 ; Bourne, James de (1397), 
2, 42 ; Broc, Edelina de, of Thurn- 
ham, 5, 209; Hugh de, 3, 143; 
Broker, James, 6, 291 ; Cantelu, 
Michael de, 216 ; Casteilun, Alan de, 
197 and n ; Cheyne, Richard (1393), 
2, 42 ; Cinque Ports, 7, 342 ; Cob- 
ham, Joan, Lady, 3, 143 ; Sir John 
Lord, 144 ; Lord, 11, 134 ; Colepeper, 
Sir John (2 Ric. Ill), 3, 144; 
Combwell Priory, 2, 42 ; 6, 204, 
205 and n ; Crevecoeur, Hamo de, 2, 



42; Dalyson, Sir Max., Sheriff of 
Kent (1611), 15, 401; Dover, Poberl 
de, 4, 214; Dygge, Roger (1368), 2, 
42; Echingham, Sir James de, 3, 
141 ; Fairfax, General, 5, 330 ; Pane, 
Elizabeth, 3, 144; Favershnn, 
Mayor of, 6, 323; Freningham, 
John de, 3, 144 ; Gatton, Hamo de, 

4, 219 ; Mabel de, 5, 21 1 ; Glouces- 
ter, Almaric, Earl of, 3, 142 ; God- 
frey, Thomas, 6, 269; Gower, John, 
6, 86, 87 n; Gravesend and Milton, 
Portreve of, 4, 245 ; Hardres, Ed- 
mund, 3, 144; Hertle, Agnes do, 
6, 218 ; Geoffery de, 217 ; Walter 
de, 220 ; William de, ib. ; Hevre, 
William de, 210 ; Isli, Sir John de, 
3, 143 ; 4, 220 ; Jenefelde, Jordan 
de, 6, 201 ; Lambard, William, 5, 
256 ; Lington, Archbishop, 6, 212 ; 
Leybourne, Sir Roger de, 5, 192, 
220; Longchamp, Sir Henry, 3, 
143 ; 15, 3 ; Longoil, Peter de, 6, 
202; Malvyle, John, 3, 141 ; Mami- 
not,Walkeliu de, 5, 197 ; William de, 
ib. ; Mereworth, Roger de, 6, 222 ; 
Minster Priory, Shepey, 3, 306 ; 
Moraunt, Sir William, 143 ; Motyn- 
den, sub-prior of, 10, xxxvii ; 
Northwood family, 2, 41 ; Okested, 
Thomasina de, 3, 144 ; Osborne, 
Edward (1018), 5, 234; Oxendeu, 
Henry, 6, 283 ; Peckham, James de, 
3, 143; Philip Augustus, 4, 130; 
Pole, Cardinal, 3, 141 ; Prat, John 
de Watele, 10, 320; Raynes, Ralph, 
3, 141 ; Richard, Archbishop, 2, 41 ; 
6, 195 ; St. John, Robert de, 209 ; 
Saltwood, jurisdiction of (c. 1385), 
11, 40; Say, Sir William de, 5, 
222; Septvans, Robert de, 326; 
Thornham, Edelina de, 5, 209; 
Michael de, 200 ; Stephen de, 2, 41 ; 

5, 206, 208 ; Tripp, Thomas, 5, 237 ; 
Tymberden, Robert de, 3, 144; 
Woburne, Warin de, 6, 199; Wither- 
deu, Hwylard de, 206. 

Sealton, William (1412), 10, 247. 
Seam, a measure of capacity, 3, 262 ; 

5, 295, 303 ; 10, cviii. 
Seaman, John, 16, 196, 197 ; William, 

214. 
Seamer, John, 16, 199, 202. 
Seas, Sir Gregory, a prisoner in France, 

temp. Edw'. III., 5, 121. 
Seasalter (Sesaltre), Rectory, 10. 319; 

fines of lands, etc., in, 12, 301 ; 13, 

315; 14, 268; see 11, 386. 
Seath (of Milton), Alice, who married 

Harlackenden, 14, 360 ; John, ib. 
Seathe, John, 13, 330-2. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Seawlys, John, of Lydd, 13, 434, 449. 

Seax, Saxon, 1, 47. 

Sebill, John, H, 396, 402; Nicholas, 
402. 

Sebrand, Thomas. 17, 24. 

Secheford, Andrew de, 13, 320 ; 14, 
250 ; Sara, ib. 

Sechville, see Sackville. 

Seeker, Archbishop of Canterbury 
I 1758-68), 9, 178; 16,93. 

Secslev. John. W.. 5, 79. 

Secslev, Thomas, warden of poor box 
at Hawkhurst, 5. 7". 

Sicftim jK/ri.s, T., 4, 79 >i. 

Securul, i.e. a hatchet, Rochester 
Castle 2 129. 

Seddon, J. P., 12, xxxvii, 353, 380, 
386, 391, 392. 

Sede, Richard. 15, 333. 

Sedewenton, Thomas de (1263), 3, 
253. 

Sedgar alias Borman, Anne, 18. 36. 

Sedgwick, AVilliam, arms-painter to 
Dugdale, 1, 59. 

Sedley, Sir Charles, Bart., 13- 479; 
Sir Isaac, of Great Chart, 17, 276, 
362 ; Sir John, of Ightham, 1, 200, 
203 ; 3, 145, 161, 167, 169, 175-7 ; 
9, 32 n ; 14, 356; 17, 276, 3G2, 
383 ; he and Sir Anthony Weldon 
ruled all Kent (1642), 2, 1?6 ; his 
letter to Sir Edward Lering, 3, 
195; Lady, 18, 364; Mr. (1561), 
228; Richard, 17, 48; Sir AVilliam, 
47. 

Sedleys of Aylesford, 3, 177. 

Seeler, manor, 10, 147. 

Seen, 14. <13. 

Seerle, Thos., of Wye, 11, 401. 

Sefare, Sefader, atto Strehende, had 
land at Sorere, 1220, 2,226. 

Seger, Goodman, 15, 213. 

Si ■_ rave, Elizabeth de (daughter of 
Sir John, by Juliana de Sandwico, 
anduiduu of Richard Foliot), mar- 
ried sir Roger de Northwode, 1331, 
2, ]»>. 1!». 27, 39, 141 ; John de, 
heir t'> Norfolk manors of John de 
8egrave,of Folkestone, 1349,2,140; 
John de, 10, 129, 161; (son of 
John, by Juliana de Sandwich), 2, 
L9, 38, 39: lord of Folkestone 
manor, his Inquisition, L349, 139; 
lord of Loden, Norfolk. 1349, 140; 
always styled "of Folkestone," 1349, 

III: Sir John, 10, Iviii. lix ; 14, 

48; marries Juliana de Sandwich, 
2. 38, 39 ; with her rami- hundred 
of Folkestone (1818), 136, 137; 
father <,f Elizabeth, second wife of 
Sir Roger de Northwode, was alive 



temp. Edw. I., 18 ; called " Le 
Uncle " in his Inquisition, 1343, 
138; Juliana de (de Sandwico), wife 
of Sir John, 2 19, 38, 39, 136, 137 ; 
Maria de, daughter and heir of Sir 
John (ob. s.p. 1349), 2, 19, 139 ; 
the Inquisitio post mortem, 1349, 
38. 

Segrave ; .see Selgrave. 

Seguyne, Raymunde, 10, 156. 

Seimour, Sir^Thomas, 18, 331. 

Seintleger, see St. Leger. 

Selbrittenden Hundred, 10, 140 ; 12, 
222 ; 14, 42. 

Selby family, 9, lvi. 

Selbye, TVilliam, churchwarden of St. 
Alphege, Canterbury, 8, 116. 

Selden, Mr., friend of Sir Roger Twys- 
den, 4, 133, 180 and n. 

Seler, i.e. Saddler, 13, 293. 

Seler, Andrew le, Canterbury, 1251, 
2, 304. 

Selethrytha, Abbess, 9, 212 ; at 
Minster, 12, 190-1, 195, 345, 346 ; 
18, 53. 

Selgrave (Silgrave), 12,217; 14, 203; 
Rentale, 9, 185; Robert de, 14, 
193-5, 197, 203, 253, 262; John, 
203. 

Selinge in AVoodnesborough, 10, 120. 

Selinstone, John de, 10, 117. 

Selketinsele, or Selkecuisele, or Selker- 
uisele, 5, 198. 

Seller (not Setter, as printed), Master 
John (1596), Rector of Saltwood.18, 
430. 

Selliard, Thomas, 9, 33 n. 

Selling (near Faversham), 11, 316, 
331. 350; 12, 219, 301; 13, 8, 9, 
16, 92, 297, 344, 348; 15, 13; 
clergymen at, 18, 299, 302; lines 
of lands, etc., in. 13, 292, 305,312; 
14, 256, 258 ; 15, 278, 284, 303 ; 
18, 337; Rhodes Court, 14, 200. 

Selling (William), Prior of Canter- 
bury (masses for, 1523), 2, L62; 
rebuilt part of Canterbury city- 
wall, 7, 9. 

Selling, famiiy, 15, 9, 27, 30; its 
present representative, 4, 128; 
arms. 10. 330; 18. 423 ; Adrian de 
(1271), 6. 240; Alice de, 12, 299; 
Edmund, 13, 302, 312; 15, 26; 
Hawisa. 4, 308; Henry (Sengyle) 
of, T., 3, 91; Idonia de. 11, 312; 
Joan .le. 10, 131; 15, 30; 18, 
423: Johanna, 11, 312, 339; 13. 
302; John de (1263), 4, 314 j 
senr. and jnnr., T., 75; (20 Edw. 
III.), 10, 131; 15, 30; (t. Edw. 
II.), 11, 312, 331, 350; 13, 302, 



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311; 15, 26; (38 Hen. III.), 12, 
209, 218, 219; (33 Edw. I.), 14, 
18G; (37 Edw. III.), 15,27; John, 
18, 423 ; Margaret, 15, 26 ; Nicho- 
las de Paversham and Selling, 4, 
308; Nicholas de, 10, 138 ; 12, 
299 ; 14, 204 ; 15, 30 ; Ralph de 
(1219), 2, 315 ; Ralph, 4, 308 ; 11, 
331; 14, 204; 15, 30; Richard, 
11, 331; 12, 299; 14, 204; 18, 
423 ; Robert, 13, 302, 312 ; 15, 26 ; 
Simon, 14, 204, 308; Thomas, 13, 
302, 312. 

Sellinge (near Lymne), 10, 124, 128 ; 
11, 368, 391, 409; 12, 212, 214; 
15, 3G3; 18, 35, 445-G; Church, 
13, 200; Godfrey's monument, 6, 
265 ; Court, 10, 275 ; fines of lands, 
11, 327 ; 13, 313 ; Inventory (1549) 
of parish church goods, H, 409 ; 
Somerfield in, 391 ; Vicar (1465), 
10, 256. 

Sellokke's land in Hackington, called 
Brambiltighe, q.v., 2, 161. 

Sellynge, in Woodnesborough, 10, 
120. 

Selscombe, 13, 331-2. 

Selsdon Park, in Sanderstead, 18, 
376. 

Selsey, Lord, 13, 122-3. 

Setter, see Seller. 

Selueston, William de, 15, 291. 

Selwyn pedigree, 13, 402-3. 

Selwyn, Albinia, 13, 395-9 ; of Scad- 
bury, 18, 381; Charles, 13, 396; 
Rev. E. T., 399 ; Frances, 396, 403 ; 
George Aug. (the wit), 398, 402; 
Bishop (Geo. Aug.), 398, 403; 
Henry, 396, 398, 399; Sir C. Jasper 
(Lord Justice), 398 ; John (M.P.), 
398; Col. John, 396-9; Margaret, 
396, 403 ; Ruth, 399 ; William, 
398-9 ; General William, 395-6. 

Selyard, John, 13, 339. 

Seman, Alicia, 14, 191, 202 ; Geoffrey, 
2G2; John, 192-3, 202; Osbert, 
195, 197, 205 ; Peter, 195, 202 ; 
Simon (1305), 10, 227 ; 14, 202. 

Semer, John, 16, 200. 

Semitary, Charles (Rector of Stone 

by Dartford), 3, 101. 
Sendal, its uses, 7, 292. 

Sendall, John (1522), 12, 402. 
Sende, Thomas, 10, 245; of Hythe, 

18, 341. 
Sendeheavede, Thomas de, 14, 192. 
Senechallus (Seneschallus or Steward), 

SS. collar, 1, 77. 
Seneschal (or Seneshall), Henry, H, 

314; 13, 294; Maria, 11, 314. 
Senett, Reynold, 17, 82-84, 87, 88. 



Sengle, Roger (1367), 2, 122. 

Senkeler, John, T., 3, HI. 

Sens Cathedral, 13, 30, 31. 

Sens, Sampson of (Ki72), 10, Ivii ; 
William of, see William. 

Senter, allied to Osborne, 5, 228. 

Sentheger, see St. Leger. 

Sentlinge, see Seyntlinge. 

Sepham Farm, 15, 91. 

Scpham, John de, 10, 153. 

Septvans, arms, 11, 396 ; family, 
allied to the Hardrcs, 4, 46 ; monu- 
ment witb SS. collar, at Ash by 
Sandwich, 1, 74; pedigree (1249- 
,53), 2, 311, 326. 

Septvans (Septvannis, Septem vannis, 
Septvannce, Setvans, Seuanz, Sevanz, 
Seuont, Sewans, Sewanz), Christo- 
pher, 15, 13 ; Elizabeth {nee Peche), 
16, 229; Emma, coheir of Wil- 
liam Fitz Helte, 2, 29, 30, 40; 
Isabella wife of Robert (1253), 2, 
311,326; Joan, 11, 5G-58 ; John 
(had rentcharge on Promhull), 1, 
129; Constable of Rinyslowe, 7, 
237 and n ; (1441), 12, 377, 378 ; 
Matilda de, widow of Robert (1253), 
2, 311, 326 ; Maud, 15, 13 ; R. de 
(1247), 2, 319; Robert de (Inqui- 
sitio post mortem, 1249), 297; Ro- 
bert de (son and heir), does homage, 
1249, 320 ; (Inquisitio post mortem, 
1253), 311; Robert de (1263), 4, 
315 ; Robert de, grant to St. 
Gregory's Priory, Canterbury, 5, 
326 ; grants Aldington to Cumb- 
well, 6, 191 ; Robert de, 10, 
108; Sir Robert de, 109, 115, 124; 

11, 56; Robert de, 10, 161 ; 12, 
202, 231 ; 15, 7, 8, 18 ; heirs of 
Robert de, 12, 205, 206 ; Simpkin 
or Simkyn, 11, 397 ; 15, 13 ; Wal- 
ter, 13 ; William de, Probatio 
Mtatis, 1, 124, 131; the frauds 
practised on and through him, 126, 
127, 128; sales of his estates, 129, 
130 ; Parliament annuls his acts, 
132 ; William de, senior, at siege of 
Caen, 131 ; William, a special com- 
missioner, T., 3, 69; Sheriff of 
Kent, 86, 89, 92, 93; William, 
grants lands to John Govi er, 6, 88, 
89 n ; William de, 10, 143, 161 ; 

12, 202 ; Sir William, " capi talis '' 
of Westgate hundred, T., 3, 87; 
Sheriff of Kent, T., 4, 68, 72 ; Sir 
William de, 10, 108, 115, 124; 12, 
285 ; 16, 229. 

Sepulchre, Easter, 11, 151 ; 17, 79, 
80, 83, 85 et seq. ; Church of the 
Holy, 45, 46. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Sequestration Ordinances (1642), 2, 

205-9. 
Sergeant (Sergant, Seriant, Serjeant), 

Ambrose, 18. 33; Elizabeth, ib.; 

Rev. John (1420), 14, 121 ; John, 

sen. and inn., l!>2-3. 197; John, 

18. 210; Margeria, 14. 270: 15, 

283; Martin, 14- 276; 15, 283; 

Mrs., 18, 236. 
SergieiU arms, 10. 265. 
Serjeants-at-arms' fees, roll of, temp. 

Hen. V., 4, 158. 
Serjeants-at-law, antiquity of, 5, 20; 

rings, 21 : their coif, ib. 
Si rjeant-Trumpeter, wears a silver 

collar of SS., 1, 93. 
Serjeantry in gross, 5, 20. 
Serle (or Serll), Richard, 18, 93, 95 

bis. 
Series, " goodtnan" (1658), 17, 321. 
Seeks. Thomas. 14, 305. 
Serpulse, 1. 138. 
Serre, see Sari-. 
Serruae, 2, 132. 
Servants' wages, rate of, 2, 79 ; 16, 

270. 
Service (Divine), two books of, a.d. 

1548, 5, 61 ; one possessed by 

Queen Elizabeth, 71 and n. 
Service-tenures, various kinds due 

from tenants to their lords, 2, 282. 
Seryton, see Cheriton. 
Seseley, Den of, perambulated, 5, 82. 
Sesseley, Henry, 5, 82 ; John, W., 

80, 82 ; Laurence, W., 81 ; Stephen, 

82; Win., ib. 
Sethe, John (executor of John Roper, 

1523), 2, 155; John, of Faversham, 

11, 400; John, of Leeds, 401; 

John, of Milton, 399; John, 16- 

87; 17,82, M. 
Sethyng, Robert, 14,319. 
Setter-masons and their wages, 2, 123, 

124. 
Settlee, . . . ., of Fleet in Richborough 

(1197), 1,243. 
Setnr. Eugh (Woodchurch, 1406), 

14, 355. 

den, Richard de, and Agatha his 

wife ( Dene. 1 L98), 1, 206. 
Sevan-. John. 10- 321. 

Sevebeche, Michael de (1271 1,6,237. 

Seven Eundreds, 12. 221 ; 14. 42, 
k; ; controversy wiih Lydd, as to 
watches al Denge Marsh, 8- 299. 

noaks (Sennoeke. Sevenoeke). 4, 
236; 14. 239; 15. 205, 21 1: 17, 
350, 355 ; 18- 20, 26, 27. 35 ; ex- 
tracts from parish registers, 5. 249; 
inscriptions in Lambarde's chancel, 
251: Bkirmish at (1450;, 7, 210; 



the Society's meetings at, 9. xxxviii ; 
16, xl ; manor and chantry, 9. xli n ; 
mentioned, 139 ; school, 185 ; church, 
16. xliv; church plate, 3 12. 346, 435 ; 
fair, 18, 350 ; fines of lands, 11, 
325, 344 ; 14, 266, 275, 279. 

Sevenoaks, a late incumbent of, 2, 63. 

Sevenoaks, Henry, the parish priest of, 
slandered Wolsey. 1, is. 

Sevenoaks, Rev. John, 11, 402. 

Severley, John, Provost of Wingham 
(1359), 14. 127 ; John de, 15- 262. 

Sevington (Seyenton, Seyveton), 10, 
132; 11, 369; 12, 220; 13, 10; 
15.15,25:16, 16'.i;18. 68 n; brasses 
formerly in the church, 4, 117; 
descent of the manor, 118, 120 ; in- 
scriptions, 118-121; inventory of 
parish church goods, H, 410 ; fines 
of lands, 11, 320 ; 12, 305 ; 15, 299. 

Sevington, Sir John de, 4, 118. 

Seward, William, 18, 346. 

Sewards in Linsted, see Sewers. 

Seweerde, Thos., curate of Ivy Church, 
9, 274 ; 13, 455 w. 

Sewer, an otlicer, 7, 31 «. 

Sewers in Linsted. 13. 335, 342. 

Sexburga, St., founded a monastery in 
Kent, 3, 19; notice of, 7, 291; 
Abbess, at Minster, 12, 188, 190, 
195, 331, 346. 

Sextayne, Rev. Wm, 13, 486. 

Seyentone, see Sevington. 

Seygood, Elizabeth, pensioner of Dart- 
ford nunnery, 2, 56. 

Seyliard, Thomas. 16, 55. 

Seymer, John, 16, 197. 

Seymour, Francis. Lord S., of Trow- 
bridge, 11, 236 ; Frances, his daugh- 
ter, ib. ; Robert, 235. 

Seynted, Lev. John, 4, 228, 232. 

Seyntlinge (Centelynge, Sentlingi ), 
manor, 10, 157; 12, 237; see St. 
Mary Cray. 

Shaa, Sir John, whose child, Lthelred, 
married William A viol)', 13, 371 ». 

Shabeggere, Wm., of Dartford, 9- 296. 

Shadelesfelde (in Alkham), 10, 130. 

Shadoxhurst (Shadokysherst, Shatoo- 
keshert), 10, 211 : 11, 401 ; church, 
3,2(10,204; fines of lands in, 12, 
295 : 14, 256, 258 ; 13, 305, 316. 

Shadoxhurst, William de, 10. 281. 

Shadwell, Roman coffin at, 9, 172. 

Shall (or Denehole), 140 feet deep in 
the chalk, in Eltham Park, 12, 481. 

Shakers, Sect (1723), 14, 95. 

Shakspeare, 17, xliv, 161 ; his account 
of the demands of Cade, 7, 242. 

Shaloross, John (Bexley, 1565), 18. 
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Shamel, Hermitage of, 3, 244 ; hun- 
dred, 10, 1-44, 1(31 ; 12, 223, 225. 

Shameleford (Shamelesford, Schame- 
lesford), 11, 368; manor, 10, 135. 

Shameleford, Ada de, 11, 345; 12, 
297 ; 14, 251 ; Benedict de, 11, 
345 ; 12, 297 ; 14, 251 ; Luke de, 
10, 123; Margeria, 14,251 ; Roger 
de, W., 3, 272 ; Roger de, 11, 368 ; 
Thos. de, 346; Thomas, 14, 251; 
William de, 2, 293 ; 10, 135 ; 12, 
216. 

Shamfforth Street bridge, its repara- 
tion, 8, 130. 

Shanecuntewelle 14, 274 ; Alice, and 
Thomas de, 15, 275. 

Shanke, Agatha, 13, 293; John, ib. 

Snap Abbey, 14. L48. 

Sharbroke in Cliff, 10, 145. 

Shardelow, John de (Bexley, 1352- 
76), 18, 379. 

Share, Thos., 9, 49. 

Shargram, Margery, 16, 87. 

Sharnale in Birling, 10, 321. 

Sharnale, William, 11, 131 ; a setter 
mason, who worked on Cowling 
Castle, a.v. (1382-4), 2, 98, 99 ; and 
at Rochester Castle, 120, 123. 

Sharnden (Sherendeu), given by Wil- 
liam de Plumton to the Abbot of 
Boxley (1197), 1, 240. 

Sharpe (or Sharp), allied to Dering, 
10, 341 ; Alice, 18, 25, 32 ; Mrs. 
Ann, 14, 210 n ; Elizabeth, 12, 426 ; 
14, 95 ; John, a carpenter, 2, 124 ; 
John, 9, 226 ; 11, 411 ; 12, 389 ; 13, 
334 ; 14, 95, 298 ; 17, 103, 104 ; 
Dr. John, Dean of Canterbury, 18, 
300 ; Mr. J. C, 4, 63 ; Juliana, 11, 
342; Richard, 10, 116; 12, 388, 
426; Rev. Richard, 13, 475, 487; 
Robert, 17, 253 ; 18, 25, 32 ; Tho- 
mas, 14, 95 ; William, 11, 342 ; 14, 
258; William, churchwarden of St. 
Alphage, Canterbury, 8, 116 ; (alias 
Gavell), Mary, 18, 32. 

Sharperey, Thomas, 16, 85, 384; 
(1631), 17, 271. 

Sharpy (or Sharpie), Anne, 18, 27 ; 
John, of Cranbrook, 11, 401 ; Lau- 
rence of Cranbrook, 403 ; Laurence, 
18, 27 ; Stephen, an advocate of the 
Seven Hundreds, 8, 300. 

Sharstead (Scharstede), 10, 151; 13, 
340 ; 17, 387 ; manor, 11, 385-6. 

Sharstead, Fulk de, 4, 314 ; 12, 227 ; 
John de, 12, 221 ; Robert de, 10, 
124, 127 ; Robert, son of R. de, 124, 
128 ; heirs of Robert de, 127 ; Robert 
de, 11, 368 ; 12, 294 ; 14, 251. 

Shastowe, allied to Dering, 10, 346. 



Shaueoontewelle, see Shaneeunteuvlle. 

Shaw, Rev. W. Feank, on derivation 
of the name Eastry, 13, 557 ; on 
Easi rv ( Ihurch, 16, I x v i . 

Shaw, Rev. \\\, 15. 25] ; Rev. Hugh, 
Warehornc (1727-55), 2, 94; 4, 
102. 

Shawe, allied to Lovelace, 10, 197, 
207 ; Elizabeth, 18, 219 ; Francis, 
219; Henry, ib. ; John, 10, 197; 
(1542), 14, 179; Margaret, 18,219; 
Robert, his apprenticeship inden- 
tures, 6, 115 ; Roger, 12, 426 ; Ste- 
phen, 13, 454 n ; William, 18, 219. 

Sheaf e, Bennett, 15, 402 ; Edmund, 
381. 

Shearingfold Woods, 13, 13. 

Shearlock Bridge, 18, 401. 

Shearman, will of a, 14, 226. 

Shears found at Sarr, 5, 312. 

Sheaves (garbs) of steel, 2, 130. 

Sheawere, Adam, 14, 192. 

Shebbertswell, Vicar of, 15, 33. 

Sheep (the property of a parish) let 
to farm, 17, 90, 143. 

Sheerness, 9, 89 ; 14, 72 ; Rochester 
Admiralty Court held at, 2, 80, 83; 
court held at (1592), 6, 114 ; cap- 
tured by the Dutch, 17, 379; 
Governor of, 48. 

Sheffield, Rev. Henry, 13, 486. 

Shegfort, Rev. Robt. (1482), 13, 478. 

Sheldon, Gilbert, Archbishop of Can- 
terbury (1663-77), 13, 384; 14, 
131, 289. 

Sheldwich (Sheldwych), 12, 217, 218; 
13, 345-8 ; 17, 27 ; church, 18, 288- 
303 ; singular gable window, 288-9 ; 
extracts from the parish registers, 
295; vicars (1279-1870), 296-303; 
vill of, 4, 314. 315 ; fines of lands, 
1, 262, 263 ; 11, 316, 331, 347 ; 13, 
292, 312 ; 15, 282, 300 ; 18, 337. 

Sheldwich, John (of Canterbury, 
1415-20), 12, 30, 31 ; John, 18, 
290 ; Nicholas, 2, 161. 

Skeleton, Roman, found at Plaxtol, 
2,6. 

Shelley, 15, 17 ; arms, 103. 

Shelley, Elizabeth, 14, 16 ; Henry de, 
15, 17; Joan, i8, 370; John, 14, 
16 ; 18, 370 ; Matilda, 370 ; Tho- 
mas, 15, 17. 

Shells found in graves, 18, 203 n, 
205. 

Shelling, Joan de, 15, 30; .John 
(1522), 12, 427 ; John de, 15, 30; 
Thomas de, ib. ; William de, ib. 

Shelve (Shylve, Silve) in Lenham, 10, 
143 ; East, 142 ; Middle alias Ryd- 
shelve, 143; West, 143; New, 13, 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



340; fines of lands in, 2, 273; 3, 
209. 

Shelve, Amicia de, 12, 232; Ana<- 
tasius de (1263), 3. 264. 

Shelveston, Johanna, 12, 290; John 
de, ib. 

Shelving (Shelvyng), 11, 310; 15, 
27-30; Alan, 30 ; Beatrix, 14, 250; 
Benedicta de, 10, 119, 143; 11, 
332; 12,303; 15,29; Bennet,13, 
90: Elizabeth, 15, 29; Emma, 30 ; 
James, 29; Joan, 29; John de, 10, 
119; 11, 332; 12, 303; 13, 90; 
15, 29; Thomas de, 10, 131; 14, 
250 ; 15, 30 ; William, 14, 250. 

Shelvingheld, see Shillingheld. 

Shelvynk, arms of, 4, 258. 

Sheme, Richard (1355), 14, 375, 385 ; 
Richard, Yicar of Eastchurch (33 
Edw. III.), 2, 16, 22. 

Shenche, Martin, 10, 148. 

Shene, T., 4, 84 ; Priory, 14, 341. 

Shenefeld, Johanna, 15, 306 ; John, 
ib. 

Sheperd, Agnes, 18, 40 ; William, ib. ; 
William, pensioner of Leeds Priory, 
2, 58; (founder of Smallhythe 
Church), 14, 57. 

Shepere, Williarn, T., 4, 75, 83. 

Shepey (Scapeia), 14, 205, 370-384; 
18, 24 ; Prion- of St. Sexburga at 
Minster, 2, 11; inventory of the 
priory in 1536, 7, 287 ; Northwodes' 
lands in, 2, 11,36, 37; watch at, 8, 
304, 309; Isle of, 10, 80, 138, 159 ; 
Church, 139 ; fines of lands, 1, 238, 
275 ; 5, 265 ; 12, 292 ; 15, 308. 

Shepev, John de, Bishop of Rochester, 
14," 320, 337; Master John (1375), 

11, 75; Leonard de, 14, 195; 
Osbern de, 3, 65. 

SlIEl'PAKD, J. Brigstocke, LL.D., 
5, 309 ; on Canterbury marching, 
watch, and pageant of St. Thomas, 

12, 27; on the Meister Homers 
at Canterbury, 13, 116-121 ; on dis- 
coveries in St. Anselm's Chapel, 
Canterbury Cathedral, 18. 17 Hi; 
on the cry], t of Canterbury Cathe- 
dral, 253-6 ; quoted. 12, xlii, 255, 
258, 259; 13, 506, 509; 15, 217, 
220, 226, 252-3. 

Bhepperd, John, 18, 293; Mary, ib. 

Shepway, tee Shipway. 

Sherborne, John. 18, 385; Rev. 

Richard, 13, 414; Walter de, W., 

5, 208. 
Shereday, John, labourer, 2, 126. 
Sherenden, tee Sharnden. 
Shereue, tee Shereve. 
.Sheriff of Kent, R. do Cobham, 1251, 



Nicholas de Haulo, 1251, 2, 302, 

303. 
Sheriff's rent, Woodchurch, 3, 251, 

269. 
Sheriff's Court in the Isle of Thauet, 

5,24. 
Sherland, Alexander, 18, 34 ; John, 

ib. 
Sherman, Robert, T., 3, 73. 
Sherrard, Rev. Hope, 14, 131. 
Shereve (Sherreve, Shereue, Sherrue), 

Adam, of Dartford, 9, 290; 14, 

203; Alice, 263; 15, 289, 306; 

Margaret, 306 ; Reginald le, 12, 

400; Richard, 11, 336, 340; Rich- 
ard le, 12, 357, 359; Robert le, H, 

336,340; 12,357, 400. 
Sherington, Anthony, 18, 25. 
Sherington (alias Thorn's), Catherine, 

18, 25. 
Sherrington, Walter, Chancellor of 

Duchy of Lancaster, 14, 51, 297. 
Shervold, John, 18, 23. 
Sherwynd, John, 18, 415. 
Shery, John (1525), 14, 366. 
Shethere, William, of Cranbrook, T., 

3. 80. 
Sheueholte, Adam de, 10, 154. 
Shewall, Henry, 11, 392-3 ; Williarn, 

ib. 
Shewinghope, or Scrav, Lath, 10, 126, 

128, 131, 141, 159, 161, 162. 
Shields (remarkable) found in the 

South Jutland mosses, 8, 223. 
Shillingheld (Shelvingheld, Suiliug 

In Hide), a manor in the honor of 

Chilham, 4, 211 ; 10, 135 ; 15, 13. 
Shillingheld, Elias, 15, 13; Eudo de, 

10, 120, 135; 11, 368; 12, 209, 

210, 216; 15, 13; Ivo de, 13; 

John de, 13. 
Shingles (wooden tiles) for churches, 

1, 113. 
Ship of Fools, 11, 197. 
Shipbourne (Scipburn, Sheepebourne), 

10. 149; 14, 226, 233, 239, 341; 

15.375,388; 18,28; fines of lands, 

1, 229, 260 ; 15, 303 ; extract from 

parish register, 6, 292. 
Shipbourne, Robert de, 10, I49j 

Theodbald de (1198), 1, 260. 
Ship-cheste, explanation of, 7, 285. 
Shiphurst (1198), 1, 260; John de 

(1198), 260, 262, 263. 
Shipman, Adam (1305), 10, 222, 226 ; 

Adam, 14, 186, 187, 192, 194, 201 ; 

Peter, 201. 
Ship-money, refused by Sir Roger 

Twysden, 2, 196. 
Shippeney, Thomas, of Romney Marsh, 

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Shipton, Henry de (1321), 14, 330; 
James (1659), 179. 

Shippenham (Sydenham ?), 13, 294. 

Shipway (Schipweya, Shipwey), 12, 
210, '215; 13, 191, 351, 352-9; 
court of, 9, lxiv, lxv, lxvii ; 10.222- 
3, 229, 230, 237 ; 14, 5-4, 186 ; lathe 
of, 8, 86; 10, 124-131, 141, 160, 
161; 14,39; last of, 12, 210, 215 ; 
cross, 13, 191-4. 

Shires, the, 9, 147. 

Shirland (Eastchurch), 14, 374-6. 

Shirland (Schirlonde, Shirelonde, Shyr- 
land), Bartholomew de (1236), 2, 
292; John de, W., 5, 216 ; Kathe- 
rine, 11, 337 ; 14, 375, 385 ; Peter 
de, 12, 226; Robert de, 11, 337; 
12, 299; Sir Robert de, 15, 18; 
Roger de, 15, 6, 8. 

Shirley, the Lady, 5, 114 ; Sir Thomas, 
his autograph (1638), 1,58; joins 
Dering in founding a society for 
antiquaries (1638), 58. 

Shirley Moor, 14, 53. 

Shirloc, Ralph (1270), 5, 300. 

Shirreff, Admiral, 18,293; Katherine, 
ib. 

Shobbedon, Elena, 13, 306 ; Philip de, 
ib. 

Shoes, price of (1221), 10, 22 ; (1305), 
225. 

Shoford (Schoforde, SefTord) alias the 
Mote, Maidstone, 3, 2G8 ; 10, 151 ; 
12, 230 ; Street, 151. 

Shoford, Iugeram de, 12, 230 ; Ralph 
de, 224; William de (1248-9), 2, 
297; Wm. de, 12, 206. 

Sholand, manor, 10, 138. 

Sholdone, Sir John, Rector of Cow- 
ling (1756), 2, 21. 

Shomell, watch at, 8, 304, 309. 

Shonke, Roger (1267), 5, 296. 

Shooters' Hill, tumulus on, 18, 308. 

Shoplonde (or Skeloude), Geffrey de 
(1250), 2, 302, 321. 

Shoppesoh 1 , Amy de, 14, 247 ; Thomas 
de, ib. 

Shorditch, Rev. Thomas (Cheriton, 
1433), 18, 364. 

Shoreham, 10, 158; 13, 11 ; 15, 195, 
238, 260-2, 265, 267-9, 270 ; 18, 27 ; 
rood-loft, 14, 370 ; fines of lands in, 
11, 333, 340; 13, 294; 14, 264; 
18, 348. 

Shoreham, William of (an early Kent- 
ish writer), 6. 143. 

Shoreham Castle alias Lullingstone 
Castle, 10, 158. 

Shornclytf, 13, 355. 

Shorne, 3, 243 ; 9, 162, 163 ; 12, 225, 
226 ; 13, 12, 14, 115 ; 14, 361 ; 18, 



27, 28, 32, 40 ; Northwodes' lands in, 
2, 36, 37; manor of (1260), 32; 
manor assigned in dower to Agnes, 
widow of Sir Roger de Northwode 
(1361), 24 ; manor (1317), 10. 145; 
twenty librates in, held byJolan de 
Nevill (1246), 2, 295; Roman pot- 
tery from, 11, 114, 117 ; church, 
xxxviii, lxi; 13, 414; 15, 120; 
marshes, 13, 494-9 ; fines of lands in, 
etc., 1, 251 ; 11, 334 ; 12, 291 ; 13, 
304 ; ? Sorere, 2, 226. 

Shorne (Schorne, Scornes, Sorene), 
Arnold de, 2, 297 ; Christopher de, 
295 ; Elizabeth de, 18. 343 ; Henry 
de, 1, 251; 2,295; 12,213; 18, 
34-i ; John de, 10, 145 ; Sir John, 
13, 115; Sefan de (1246), 2, 295; 
Thomas de (1252), 310; Walter 
de, 10, 123, 128 ; heirs, 128 ; Walter 
de, 12, 289 ; 14, 269 ; 18, 343. 

Short, John, 18, 38, 39 ; Marion, ib. ; 
Col. Samuel, 90 ; Thomas, 38 ; Wil- 
liam, 39. 

Short, Mr., 15, 397. 

Shorts, of Hemp Hall, Fordwich, 18, 
82 n. 

Shot, William, 10, 154. 

Shotbords, i.e. shoot or gutterboards, 
2, 117. 

Shoterick, Adam, Mayor of Fordwich 
(1376), 18, 87. 

Shoticre, Jordan le, 13, 304. 

Shottenden Mill, 13, 8. 

Shoulden (Schoueldene, Sheldon), 10, 
118; 12, 207; Lovelace property 
in, 10, 209 ; fines of lands in, 14, 
270 ; 15, 303. 

Shoulden, Cry el of, 10, 121 ; Matilda 
de, 12, 207. 

Shove, Rev. Henry, 17, 65. 

Shovel, Sir Cloudesley, 17, xl ; ship- 
wreck of, 5, 99 n ; Lady, 105 ; Mr., 
ib. 

Shragde, Rev. Wm., 13, 426. 

Shrewsbury, 10, 100 ; Catherine, 
Countess of, 16, 44 ; Elizabeth, 
Countess of, 11, 402 ; Gilbert Tal- 
bot, Earl of (at Rochester), 6, 58 ; 
John, Earl of, 16, 44; Lady (1463), 
10, 250 ; monument of Countess, 
in Erith Church, 16, 219. 

Shrimpton, Henry, 18, 35 ; Richard, 
ib. 

Shrinkling, manor, 10, 120 ; Alice de, 
120; Barth. de, ib. ; John de, ib. ; 
Matilda, 14, 244; Thomas de, 13, 
315; 14, 244; William de, 12, 
210. 

Shriving-stool, made in 1540, 17, 105. 

Shroggs, Robert, 13, 92. 



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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Shropshire, briefs for places in, 14, 
182-4, 207-9, 211,210-21. 

Shrove Tuesday sport, 9, 82. 

Shrubcote, boro' in Tenterden, 14, 42. 

Shukkeburgh, Agnes do (widow of 
Sir Roger de Northwode), wife of 
Christopher Shukkeburgh, 2, 16, 
25, 26, 36, 37 ; her Inquisitio post 
mortem (1406), 38. 

Shulham, Walter, 18, 448. 

Shurland Castle, 10, 258; in Shepey, 
built from the materials of C'hilham, 

7, lix. 

Shurland manor in Pluckley, 10, 131 ; 
15, 9, 27. 

Shurland. Sir Robert de, tomb at Min- 
ster, 7, 289, 293. 

Shuiley, Rev. Richard, 13, 412. 

Shurnall, allied to Hall, 6, 254. 

Shurth, Rowland, 12. 390. 

Shutters, mediaeval, 10, 90-92. 

Shylve, see Shelve. 

Shympliog, Alice, 15, 270 ; John, ib. 

Shynguller, Bauf, 15, 335. 

Shyuill, what, 4, 224. 

" Si," old Kentish form of " she," 9, 
146. 

Sibbald, David, amanuensis to Sir 
Roger Twysden, 4, 198 and n. 

Sibburn, see Shipbourne. 

Sibby, Matthew, 12, 226. 

Sibe'rtestone, 10, 122, 135 ; 11, 3(58 ; 

12, 209,210. 

Sibertswold, 10, 122; 12, 208, 209; 

13, 11; 14, 199, 267; 18, 33; 
sceatta, with Runes from, 8, 164, 
204. 

Sibeton, 13, 68, 359, 3G8 ; manor, 

11, 354; advowson, 12,303. 

Sibill {alias Hope), Anne, 18, 33; 
John, of Lee, 11, 402; Mary, 18, 
33 ; Nicholas, of Farningham, 11, 
402 ; Thomas, 18, 33. 

Sibursnode, boro' in Ham hundred. 

12, 212. 

Sicklemore, Rev. <;. W., 12, 372. 
Siderfin, the legal reporter under the 

( 'ommonwealth, 5, 35, 37. 
Bidestone, Bev. Hubert (1288),13, 464. 
Sidley, see Sedley. 
Sidney, Anna, 18, L8; Rev. Francis, 16, 

L24; Sir Eenry, 14, 8; 17, xlviii. 
Sidney, Sir Philip, 1, 120; 4, 238; 

14, 7, 8, 13; 17, xlviii; Sir Wil- 
liam, 17- xlviii. 

Sidon, Bishop of, Thomas Chetham, 

'/.'• , 2- 55 : 14, L64, 355. 
Sieves [cribri), al Rochester < 'astir 

(1367), 2. 120, 12!), LSI. 
Sifleton (Siffletone), 4 315; 12, 224; 

mill, 5, 282. 



Sifleton (Siflaton), Win. de, 3, 248; 

12, 225. 

Sigdale, Norway, slab with Runes, 8, 
208. 

Sigebert, King of West Saxons, 14, 
38. 

Sigge, son of Woden, 8, 25. 

Sigismund, Emperor of Germany, at 
Rochester, 6, 47. 

" Signuui," SS. collar, 1, 76. 

Sikes, Rev. Thomas, 16, 114-7, 126. 

Sikoc, Simon, 14, 196. 

Sileham, in Rainham, 10, 226, 232; 
manor-house, 17, 60. 

Silgrave, see Selgrave. 

Sil'le (or Sills), Anthony, 16, 183-5. 

SilovesbregKe, 12, 212. 

Siltannu (Assyrian chieftain), were- 
gild for, 10,36, 37. 

Silvanus, L. Gavius, 9, 7. 

Silver, objects from Sarr, 5, 313, 316 ; 
6, 176 ; price of, 9, 233, 268. 

Silverton, Rev. John, 13, 441. 

Silvester, Abbot of St. Augustine's, 
Canterburv, W., 4, 205 ; a hermit 
of St. Augustine's, 3, 244. 

Silvester, John, labourer, 2, 127 ; Mas- 
ter, W., 6, 207. 

Silvester, " Regin' de Oily," W., 4, 
216. 

Silvester, treasurer of Lisieux, W., 4, 
209. 

Silweker, Alice, relict of, 9, 289. 

Bimkyn, John, churchwarden of Elui- 
Btead, 8. 147. 

Simmond, John (brief for), 14, 207. 

Simon (of St. Bertin's Abbey) , 4, 204 ; 
(a carpenter, W.), 5, 212 ; (Earl), 4, 
206; 16, 20; (clerk, of Hardres, 
WX 8- 272; (of Sudbury, Aroh- 
bishop, T.), 4, 67, 79; (chaplain of 
Throwley (Trulega), W.). 218 ; (de 
Torrentes, W.),219; (clerkofWen- 
don (Wendene), W.), 214. 

Simon, EJdward, 15, 60; Margeria, 
298; William, ib. 

Simond, Adam, 11, 329, 339; John, 
10, 255; 14.270; Richard, whose 
house was called " The Brotherrede," 
at Farningham, T., 3. 70. 

Simons, Rev. Nicholas, 14, 133. 

Siinouson, Anne, 18. 36 ; Philip, ib. 

Simpkinson, John, 15, 210, 251. 

Simplingford, Richard, 10, 279. 

Simpson, Eleanor, 17. 174; B>ev. 
George, 201 ; 18. 203, 303; John, 

13, 1 is ; Nicholas, ib. ; Sarah, 17, 
201 ; Sybilla Lucy, 18, 203 ; Thomai 
(1030)^ 17, 174; Valentine, 201 ; 
William, 27. 

Simpson's Place, Bromley, 13, 147-8. 



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Sitnson, Roger, 13, 455 n ; of Ivv 

Church, 9, 274. 
Sindano, 14, 205. 
Sinecok ? Siuecok ? see Sraccok. 
Singleton alias Bonington Manor, 10, 

127. 
Singlewell (Shingledwell, Shinglc- 

dealle, etc.), 11, 366 ; 15, 104, 270; 

17, 210 ; fine of lands in, 18, 340. 
Sipher, Thomas, churchwarden of 

Down, 8, 142. 
Sipherste, see De Shiphurst. 
Sired, Robert, Stodmarsh (1198), 1, 

273 ; W., 62, 63. 
Sirrey, Alice, 18, 17 ; (alias Ware), 

Johan, 17. 
Sisey, Hawkhurst, 9, 242, 260 n. 
Sissek (Siscia), Roman coins minted 

at, 15, 324. 
Sissinghurst, 5, 221, 260 ; 14, 33, 49, 

58; manor called Saxingherst, 9, 

xci ; house built by Sir Jno. Baker, 

xci ; French prisoners there, xciii ; 

poor house, xciii ; chapel, xciv ; 

moat, xciv, c. 
Sissinghurst (Saxinghurst) , Galfrid 

de, 5, 221 ; 9, xci ; John de, xciv ; 

Stephen de, 5, 260 ; 6, 198 ; 9, xci. 
Sither, Robert, 10, cxxxvii. 
Sittingboume, 9, cxvii ; 10, 178, 183, 

240, 251 ; 12, 229, 340 ; 13, 10, 122, 

328, 335-9 ; 14, 239, 372 ; 15, 68, 

336-7 ; 16, 1, 8, 9 ; 17, 75, 291 ; 

18, 18, 20, 22, 36, 39, 40 ; Saxon 
antiquities at, 1, 44 ; hermitage and 
messuage in, 3, 244; visit of John 
II., King of France, 6, 46 ; of the 
Emperor Charles, 5, 49 ; of Queen 
Elizabeth, 54 ; arms in the church, 
9, 158 ; celts, 300 ; deed (1649) dated 
at, 10, 191 ; burial at, 193 ; tomb in 
church, ib. (see Ba3'ford) ; Roman 
interment at, 11, 47 ; Celtic remains, 
125 ; Fauconberge's letters from, 
359-364; East Hall in Murston, 16, 
7; fines of lands, 2, 245, 246; 11, 
314,330, 348, 356; 12, 305; 14, 
242, 248, 255, 258; 15, 280, 288, 
290, 308, 310; 18, 338, 342. 

Sittingboume, John de, Prior of 
Christ Church, Canterbury, 6, 
196 n. 

Situla, i.e. a well-bucket, q.v. 

Sixse, Mary, 11, 355 ; Robert, ib. 

Skaane, in Sweden, stone with Runes, 
8, 213. 

Skalonn, Rev. Nicolas (1323), 16, 290. 

Skathebury, see Scadbury. 

Skeat, Rev. Professor W. W., his 
paper on Kenticisms, 9, 50 ; quoted, 
12, 337 ; 13, 359, 360, 557. 
VOL. XIX, 



Skeets of Tenterden, 14, 53, 59, 95. 
Skeffington, of Tunbridgc, 10,39-45; 

arms, 40; of Leicestershire, 40; 

Francis, 44 ; Galfridus de, 41 ; John 

de, 41,43, 44; Mary, ib.: Thomas, 

ib.; William, ib. ; Sir William, the 

gunner, 10, 42; Sir W. Farrell, 40 ; 

allied to Dering, 328, 329. 
Skelcrouch Cross, 5, 81 n. 
Skelonde (or Shoplonde), Geffrey de, 

coheir to Richard de Wrotham 

(1250), 2, 302, 321. 
Skelton, John de, 11, 342; John, 18, 

29 ; Ric, 16, 317 ; 17, 77 ; William, 

18, 214. 
Skelton, the poet laureate, 9, 58. 
Skene, Rev. Thomas, 17, 64. 
Skerlet, Willm., 16, 195. 
Skilla, what, 7, 298 and n. 
Skillehose, Robert, 18, 350. 
Skinner, Augustine (of Totesham), 

3, 145; 9, 33; 15, 72; 17, 176, 
362, 367 ; 18, 67 ; M.P. for Kent, 

1, 204, 205 ; one of the Parliamen- 
tary Committee (1642), 2, 182, 186, 
187 ; favours Sir Roger Twysden, 

4, 147, 189, 193. 

Skinner (Skynnere), Henry le, 15, 
278 ; John (Rochester Castle works), 

2, 119 ; John, T.,4, 71 ; Rev. Tho- 
mas, 16, 125. 

Skinner, allied to Hodsoll, 14, 239. 
Skinners' Company, 14, 156, 343. 
Skipmore, John, T., 4, 71. 
Skodborg, Jutland, bracteate with 

Runes, 8, 195. 
Skot, Hugh, 14, 195. 
Skoteneye, William (1417), 10, 185 ; 

see Scotney. 
Skottson, Robert, of Crayford, 8, 135. 
Skynill, what, % 132 ; 4, 224. 
Skynner, Rev. William, M.A. (Cheri- 

ton, 1507), 18, 365. 
Skyppe, William, 14, 340. 
Skyring, Rev. Robert, 13, 427. 
Slade Field (Loose), Roman villa in, 

15,75. 
Slades Green, Roman remains at, 18, 

313. 
Slaney, Thomas (Cheriton, 1550), 18, 

365. 
Slater, Fhedk., on Chislet Chnrch, 

12, 106. 
Slater, George, 17, 245 ; Mary, 245 ; 

Ward, ib. ; William, 246. 
Slaughter, Upper, Roman coffin at, 9, 

172 n. 
Slauter, John, 18, 215. 
Slaves, (servi) in Kent, 12, 283-288; 

briefs for collecting monev to re- 
deem, 14, 181, 182/208-9. " 
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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Slayhill (Sleyhelle), Alice de, 14, 256 ; 

David de, ib. ; John de, ib. 
Slayhills, manor in Upchurch, 1. 6; 

Baitings, Roman rings found on, 18. 

208. 
Sleddale, Alan de (Saltwood, 1365), 

18. 426. 
Sledges, 2, 128, 129, 130. 
Sleford, William, clerk of the King's 

works at Westminster, 2. 129. 
Slegg, Stephen, Sheriff of Kent, 7, 242. 
Sleighton, Rev. Edward, of New- 
church, 13, 466. 
Slifielde, Hour v. 18- 33: William, ib. 
Slindon. 15. 222,259, 260-1. 
Slingsby, Sir Arthur, 14. 174. 
Slinn (or Slvnn), Andrew, 18, 231 ; 

Colonel (1648), 15, 174; John, 18, 

231 ; Margaret, 210, 215, 231 ; 

Richard, 213, 231, 232; Thomas, 

232. 
Slipekeye, Richard, 13, 293. 
Sloden,* John, 13, 92. 
Slonder, John, Hawkhurst, 5, 86. 
Sloo, Henrv (1504), 16, 317. 
Slure, John, 13, 82. 
Smaldane, Margeria de, 13, 292 ; 

Walter, ib. 
Smaleide, see Smullhythe. 
Smalemau, Thomas, Shorne (1240), 2, 

295. 
Smalfeld, Michael de, 11, 349. 
Smalhachesland, Sutton, 3, 235 ; 12, 

311. 
Smalheth, John, of Dartford, 9, 292. 
Smalhide, see Smallhvthe. 
Small, George, 16,80; Mrs. Sophia, 

17,317; Thomas, Darenth (1763), 

6, 326. 

Smalley, Edward, case of, 4, 157, 160. 

Smallfikld, Mr. J. S., on Folkestone 
tokens, 10, cxxvii : presents manu- 
scripts to the Society's library, 
cxxviii ; on assessment of Cowden 
(1599), 11. 392. 

Smallhythe, 14, 50, 55-57, 60. 362 ; 
15, 363 ; church, 14, 57, 3(32, 371-3. 

Smallhvthe, Henry de, 14. 15. 

Small Light, 14, 50. 

Smalhvell, Joseph. 18, 250. 

Smalridge, Ami". 15, 32 ; Dr. George, 
U>, ; Mary, ib. : Philip, ib. 

Smalsom, Thomas, 6, L88. 

Smalwood, Humphrey, 11, 392; Wil- 
liam, 18. 17. 

Smarden (Smeredenne, Smerden), 10, 

202, 211 ; 12, 21!); 13, 11 : 16, 
75: clothing trade temp. Hen. VI., 

7, 23s ; rood-screen and Justice 
Nineholes, 9, 145; churchwardens' 
account-, 224-85; church width, 



243 : inventory of church goods, H, 
411 ; fine of land in, 15, 308. 

Smarden Church, 9, 224; 14, 18-34; 
account-book, a. d. 1536, 22 ; drain 
in east wall, 23; frescoes, 20, 3D; 
low side window, 22, 24 ; reredos in 
nave, 25 ; rood-loft, 26, 27, 372 : 
church plate, 16, 335, 412. 

Smart, Rev. Newton, 15, 253. 

Smarte. James, churchwarden of Bils- 
ington, 8,108. 

Smart's, 11, 393. 

Smeook, Richard, Milton hundred 
(1236), 2,292. 

Smeetb (Sinethe), lands of Geoffrey 
de Everle's wife Alice (1246), 2, 
293 ; Scott's Hall in, 10- 259 et 
seq. ; Heyton in, 261 ; Thevegate 
in, 265 ; inventory of church goods, 
11, 411 ; fines of lands in, 12, 300 ; 
14, 260, 273. 

Smeeth, William, 14, 346, 351 ; Wil- 
liam de, 13. 315. 

Smelt, John, 13. 315. 

Smetain, William (1485), 16, 291. 

Smethcote, John, of East Farleigh, 7, 
236. 

Smethediche, boro' in Cranbrook Hun- 
dred, 12, 222. 

Smiles, Mr., 18, 311. 

Smith, att Peare Tree, 11, 247; arms 
impaling Hodgson, in Bexley 
Church, 18, 370; allied to Dalison, 
15,402; to Hales, 14, 76; Abra- 
ham, 18, 34 ; Agnes, 16; Alexander, 
16 ; Alice, alias Jeckett, 21 ; Rev. 
Augustus F., 16, 96; Benjamin 
(plate), 17, 310; Bernhard (armour), 
9, 156 ; Archdeacon B. F., of Maid- 
stone, 18, 332 ; Archdeacon Charles 
John, 16, 156, 222 ; Daniel (plate), 

17, 253; Ellen, alias Graye, 18- 
34; Mrs. Elizabeth, 15, 124, 12d: 
Elizabeth {nee Tucker), 18. 376 j 
Mr. Henry, 17, 195; John. of Cow- 
ling, 2, 101 ; 11, 140; of Rochester, 
2, 117: scullion, Leeds Priory, 64 ; 
of Cliffe at Ho, 15, 271 : Rev.,of 
(ireat Moiureham, 3.VJ-(;o : of 
Romney, 16. 70; of Blendon Hall. 

18, 376; of Dm lord. 387 : Law- 
rence, of Bethersden, 16,86; < tawald, 
Esq., 18, 370; Ralph, 5, 112 ; Rich- 
ard, 18, 35; Robert, Rochester 
Monastery, 2, 58; (1352), 10. I" i 
Rob rt. \\\, 17,208: Dean K. I'ayne, 
317; Stephen (Rochester Castle 
work-), 2, 115; (1599), 10, Ixxvii i 
S. (allied to Hides), 14, 76; Tlio., 

18. 139 : Walter, labourer, 2. 126; 
W illiain, 11, 250; 15, 249, 346 j 



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18, 21 ; Rev. William (1579), 14, 
160, 1C6; (1737), 18,381. 

Smith, C. Roach, Esq., F.S.A., on 
Anglo-Saxon antiquities, 1, 42 ; 
Anglo-Saxon relics at Sarre, 3,35; 
at Ozingell and Sarr, 5, 308, 315 ; 
on a British gold coin found at Cud- 
ham, 320; on mediaeval foundations 
at Richborough, 8, 12 ; on Torques 
and Armillse, 9, 1 ; on a Roman 
villa near Maidstone, 10, 163; on 
coins of Cunobeline and Augustus 
being found together, 352 ; on Tean- 
by's collection of pottery, 11, 113-20; 
on a British oppidum at Cobbam, 
121 ; on Roman remains at Preston, 
12, 48; on a British oppidum at 
Staplehurst, 13, 492 ; on Holwood 
and Keston, 1-7 ; on Newenden not 
Anderida, 488 ; on Shorne, Higham, 
and Cliffe marshes, 494 ; on a Roman 
coffin found at Canterbury, 14, 35- 
6 ; on a hoard of Roman coins at 
Deal, 368-9 ; on a hoard of Roman 
coins at Cobhain, 15, 321-330 ; on 
Roman tessellated pavements, 127- 
141 ; retrospections, social and 
archaeological, 88, 369 ; on Rich- 
borough Castle, 16, lx-lxii ; on exca- 
vations at Richborough, 18, 5 ; on 
a Roman Castruni at Lymne, 41 ; 
on Roman coins at Richborough, 
72 ; on Kentish Castra, 181 ; on 
the site of Noviomagus and Vag- 
niacse, 183 ; discovery of Roman 
statue at Dover by, 202 ; quoted, 2, 
4; 8, 3; 9, xliii, cxxviii, 76; 11, 
xxxviii, xl; 12, 2, 7, 11, 47, 250, 
254 258, 259, 263, 268, 309, 317, 
402; 14, 107 ; 16, 5, 7, 10, 11 ; 17, 
xliv, 209. 

Smith, Herbert L., Esq., on the 
Dering book of church notes, 1, 176 ; 
on brasses in Ashford and YViiles- 
borough Churches, 2, 103 ; on the 
leaden font of Brookland Church, 4, 
87 ; on brasses formerly in Sevington 
Church, 117. 

Smith, Miss, T., of Snowfield, 17, 261 ; 
Mr. (1648), 15, 174, 177; Mrs. 
(Lord Lambert's daughter), 11, 
242 ; Captain Smith's widow, 243 ; 
Mrs., 16, 187, 188, 189 ; William 
(Rouge Dragon Pursuivant), his de- 
scription of Rochester, 6, 54. 

Sniithfield, a tournament in, 13. 
142. 

Smiths, wages of, Rochester Castle, 2, 
125. 

Smithsby, James, 14, 117 ; Margaret, 
allied to Head, ib. 



Smithson, Elizabeth, 18, 29; John, 
29; Rich., 11,245. 

Smoak money (? hearth tax), 18, 101. 

Smocham, l4. 327. 

Smothe, Felicia, 15, 301 ; Peter, ib. 

Smoult, Rev. Thomas (Bexley, 1659- 
66), 18, 380. 

Smyth, Adam, T., 4, 71 ; (alias Lyte), 
Brigett, 18, 21 ; Cristofer, 10, 285 ; 
customer (see Smythe), Dionisia, 14, 
273 ; Elizabeth, 18, 22 ; Rev. 
Geoffrey (Thornham, 13C.4), 244; 
John, T., 3, 77, 82 ; of Hartley, 9, 
266; (1412), 10, 245 ; (1504), H, 
155; (1588), 157; of Thanet, 12, 
389,390; John le, 15,283; John, 
labourer (1611), 18,213; Rev. John 
(Dartford, 1430), 394; Laurence, T., 
3, 85; Margaret, 11, 155; Martha, 
156; Mathew, 8, HO; 11, 156; 
Mr. (1577), 10, 202; (1561), 17, 
227 ; Nicholas (1460), 10, 321 ; Rev. 
Ralph (1426), 13, 385 ; Rev. Rich- 
ard, 9, 275; Richard, 12, 427; 
Robt., 422 ; Rev. Thomas, 10, 55 ; 
13, 466; Thomas, of Thanet, 12, 
389 ; (ob. 1616), 13, 475 ; (14 Edw. 
II.), 14, 273; (1552-3), 301, 316, 
318; (17 Edw. II.), 15, 283, see 18, 
22, 105 ; William, T., 3, 88 ; 4, 75 ; 
W., 5, 79 ; churchwarden of Alding- 
ton, 8, 101 ; (1463), 10, 253 ; (1433), 
321 ; Wolsey's Attorney, 14, 341. 

Smythe, — , of Dymchurch, 8. 143. 

Smythe, 17, 193 and » ; Alice, 18, 
202-7; Rev. Clement (1452), 16, 
289; Rev. Christopher, 10, 285; 
Elizabeth, 17, 202-7 ; Henry, 17, 
202-6 ; Joan, 202-7 ; John of Bethers- 
den, 8, 10(3, 107 ; Capt. John (1588), 
11, 390 ; John, of Romuey Marsh, 
17, 230; son of Customer, 202-6; 
(ob. 1538), 193 ; Sir John, 16, 165 ; 
Katherine. 17, 202-7 ; Mary, 202-7 ; 
Misteris, 16, 187, 190, 192 ; Richard, 
17, 202-6; Sir Richard, 15, 149; 
Robert, 17, 202-G ; Sir Robert, 197 ; 
Sir Sidney Stafford, a Kentish Chief 
Baron of the Exchequer, 5, 40; 
Simon, 17, 202-6; Thomas, of 
Norbourne, 11, 399 ; Sir Thomas, 
16, 165 ; Thomas, son of Customer, 
17,202-6; Ursula, 202-7 : William, 
3, 179 ; 11, 380, 415. 

Smythe, Clement Taylor, 10, 170 ; 
15, 76, 80, 371; on a Roman 
Cemetery, Loekham, Maidstone, 15, 
81-8. 

Smythe, Thomas, of Westenhanger, 
commonly called Customer Smythe, 
10, 203; (memoir by Mr. J. F. 
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INDEX TO VOLS. I. — XVIII. 



Wadmore, 17, 103-208) ; see also 
Smith. 

Snijthelle, Gilbert de, 12, 308. 

Snachbulles, see Knatchbull. 

Snagg, Elizabeth, 16. 71 ; Thomas, ib. 

Snakston, Andrew de, 14, 273 ; 
Johanna, ib. 

Snape Priory, 14, 341. 

Snape, Joan, 18, 40 ; Robert, ib. 

Snargate (Snergate), Manor, 10, 128; 
inventory of church goods, 11, 412 ; 
Rector of, 14, 270 ; see 12, 211 ; 13. 
189, 196 ; 15, 33. 

Snargate Church, St. Dunstan's, 13. 
418-25 ; origin of the name, 418 ; 
armorial bearings in, 419; dedication, 
420; guilds or brotherhoods con- 
nected with, 422-3 ; benefactors to, 
423-4 ; Rectors, 425, 426-7. 

Snathes (Snave), fine of land in, 3,212. 

Snathes (Snave), Adinaia de, 3, 212 ; 
Godric de, ib. 

Snave (Snaues. Snaves), 10, 125 ; 12, 
211 ; 13, 175, 184, 353 ; inventory 
of church goods, 11, 413; population, 
13, 373 ; church cup, 16, 330, 369 ; 
fines of lands, 13, 295; 14, 280; 
18, 340. 

Snave, John de, 12, 211. 

Snave, Rector of, Robert Richards 
(1681), 2, 94. 

Snave-Lees, alias Bakers, Barnards, 
and Benthouse, 10, 125. 

Snayth, arms of, 4, 258. 

Snedehen, Godfrey de (1269), 5, 300. 

Snee, Susan (ob. 1779), 14, 76. 

Snelcker, Statius (1610), 18, 287. 

Snelger, Clement, relict of, 13, 354. 

Snell, Mr., 18,230. 

Snellyng (or Snelling), Alice, 14, 274; 
Anna, 18, 287 ; Rev. Lawrence 
(St. Paul's Cray, 1611), 287 ; Tho- 
mas, 14, 274 ; Rev. Thomas, 13, 427. 

Snodbeam (Snodbeme), Elena de, 12 
290; Geoffrey de, 10, 149; Regi- 
nald de, 12, 228 ; Robert de, 290. 

Snodebeam, manor in Yalding, 10, 149. 

Snode Hill, 16, 72. 

Snodeherst, 10, 151. 

Snodland, tenants' services due to the 
Bishop of Rochester, 6, 327 ; the 
parson poisons Solomon de Roches- 
ter, 5, 25. 

Snodland (Snodelonde. Sr.odvlonde), 
10. 147, :i2l-3: 12. 221, 225; 15, 
371; 17, 385; 18, 15, 16, 38, 39; 
fines of land<. n. 332, 345, 355 ; 
12. 285 ; 13, 289, 302 ; 14, 273 ; 18, 
342. 

Snopill, alias Bnossill, alias Snoxell, 
Dorothy, 18, 209, 215. 



Snorro's Genealogy in the Edda, 8, 20. 
Snothe, John, pensioner of St. Augus- 
tine's, Canterbury, 2, 58; John at, 

12, 424-6; Raynold, 422; Robert, 
424; Stephen, 426. 427; Thomas, 
424. 

Snydale, Wm., cleric, 10, 323. 
Snydstrup, in South Jutland, bracteate 

with runes, 8, 197. 
Snypeston, Henry de, 13, 306. 
Soan, Jonathan, vicar of Thornham 

(1720), 18, 250. 
Soane alias Wood, Elizabeth, 18, 40. 
Soar, Old, 15, 91, 386-7. 
Sobie, John de, Dart ford, 9, 297. 
Sobiere, M. Samuel, his description of 

Rochester, 6, 72. 
Soc, defined, 9, Ixiv n. 
Society in England in the time of 

Elizabeth, 1, 120. 
Society for the Propagation of the 

Gospel, 18, 168; brief for (1779), 

14, 222. 
Socle}', Thomas, 17, 77. 
Socmen, 13, 188. 
Sodington, Rev. Henry de, 16, 173 ; 

Nich. de (Sodynton), 11, 354. 
Soemil, 8, 38. 
Soggenho, Rev. Galfridus de (1322), 

16, 290. 
Soham, H, 355 ; Galfridus de (Bexlej . 

1286), 18, 378. 
Soissons, SS. collar, 1, 76. 
Soissons', Jacob of (1361), 10- lvii. 
Sokelyng, Adam, labourer, 2, 127; 

John, 18, 342; Margaret, ib. \ 

Peter, ib. 
Sokenasshe, Margeria de, 10, 125. 
Sokman, 13, 188; a yeoman, 2, 313 ; 

see Socman. 
Solbury, Robert de (1324-51), 14, 

126. 
Soldanke, Stephen, 12, 204-7; 15, 11. 
Soles, 10, 11'.': 12. 210. 
Soles (or Sole), Eamo do. 12, 210; 

John de, 10, 119, 120; 12, 210; 

Richard ate, 9, 303; Richard de, 

13. 86; Seman atte, T., 3, 92; 
Thomas, T., 76 ; Win. atte, T 
William de, 15, 294. 

Sole Bay, battle of, 15, 144. 

Soleyn,*John, T., 3, 74. 

Solidata, what. 2. 208, 320. 

Solin, Sulling, 1, 234 n ; 5, 281 n. 

Soltone, «, Sutton. 

Solvesborg, Sweden, stone pillar with 

runes. 8, 199. 
Somer, Anne, 18, 31; James, ib.\ 

John (1268), 5, 295; of Newland, 

11, 5, 6, 8; Marv. 8 ; Richard, •'. 

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Somerdenne, Hundred, 10, 153; 12, 
233. 

Somerhill, 15, 318-20 ; 16, 50 ; Baron, 
ib. 

Somerley, John de (1352), 10, lii. 

Somers, allied to Dering, 10, 327, 334, 
346. 

Somerset, the Protector, unjustly ac- 
cused of stripping parish churches 
of their goods and ornaments, 8, 81. 

Somerset, Dukes of, 11, 234, 362. 

Somerset, Edmund, Duke of, 16, 44 ; 
(1453), obtained a dwelling in Can- 
terbury Precincts, 13, ~119-120; 
Duke of, 14, 0, 313 ; 16, 43 ; Dame 
Elena, alias Vane, 18, 20 ; Lady 
Elizabeth, 14, 16; Lord John of, 

11, 362; Margaret, Duchess of, 16, 
44; Thomas de, 14, 265-6; Tho- 
mas, 333. 

Somerset House, 11, 262; 12, 90; 

14, 51. 
Somersetshire, 2, 301 ; 15, 11, 13, 22, 

139, 224, 365 ; briefs for places in, 

14, 206-7, 213-8. 
Somervile, Sir Willia