The first part of a brief register, kalendar and survey of the several kinds, forms of all parliamentary vvrits comprising in 3. sections, all writs ... illustrated with choice, usefull annotations ...
Prynne, William, 1600-1669.
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SECTION II.

Of the several writs of Summons to Parliaments and Great Councils, directed to the Tempo∣ral Lords; as The King of Castel, the Prince of Wales, Dukes, Marquesses, Earls, Viscounts, Lords, Barons, and other Great men of the Lords House; whereof there are several forms and varieties; with Observations on them.

SOme pretended Antiquaries, not well versed in our Records, in their late printed Discourses of The Antiquity of the Parliaments of England, p. 22. 24. 88. 89. meeting with a Transcript of ancient writs issued to Earls, Barons and Great men holding lands of the King by Knight service, to repair to him at a certain time and place, cum equis et armis, for his de∣fence against Enemies or Rebels in times of warrs, in∣surrection, or danger, have injudiciously conceived these writs, to be Writs of Summons to Parliaments, or confounded them promiscuously with them; affirming; That they find these writs recorded AMONG THE PAR∣LIAMENT ROLLS of 14. (or 15.) E. 3. and there∣fore thought good to remember them. When as there are Page  157o such writs extant in any Parliament Rolls in the Tower; nor any Writs of Summons to Parliaments or Great Councils, entred in our Parliament Rolls (as they ignorantly publish) but only in the Dorse of the Clause Rolls, quite different and distinct from the Rolls of our Parliaments, as the meanest Novice in Records can ascer∣tain them.

Upon the like mistake some have conceited these ensuing writs of Claus. 45 & 47 H. 3. to be writs of Summons to Parliaments and Great Councils, when as the writs themselves declare the contrary, that they were only Summons, to assist the King against Enemies and Rebells, with horses and arms, and all their power; not to counsel, advise, or grant any aydes of money to him in Parliament.

a Rex Willielmo de Bello Campo de Aumel, salutem. Mandamus Vobis in fide et homagio quibus Nobis te∣nemini firmiter injungentes, quod omnibus aliis praeter∣missis ad Nos sitis London in craftino Apostolorum Simo∣nis et Iudae absque dilatione ulteriori, CUM EQUIS ET ARMIS, ET CUM POSSE VESTRO, tam de servitio vestro Nobis dbito, quam de subventione a∣micorum vestrorum, pro quibusdam urgentibus ••ego∣tiis personam nostram specialiter et Statum Coronae no∣strae tangentibus. Et hoc sicut de vestra fidlitate et di∣lectione confidentiam gerimus specialeullatenus omittatis. Quia SUBVENTIONEM qum Nobis et Coronae nostrae praeter servicium Nobis debitum ad praesens feceritis, in consequentiam trahi nolumus, nec vobis per hoc ullo tempore derogari. Taliter vos habe∣atis in hac parte quod dicto die absque defalta ad Nos sitis, ita quod vobis exinde in perpetuo teneamus ad grates. Teste Rege apud Turrim London 18 die Octobris.

Eodem modo mandatum est Phil: Basset, and 107. Barons and great men holding by knights service, there registred by name. After which this writ ensues in the same Dorse.

Rex Abbati de Burgo Sancti Petri, salutem. Manda∣mus Page  158 vobis in fide et dilectione quibus Nobis tenemini firmiter injungentes, quod omnibus aliis praetermissis mittaris Nobis Servitium vestrum quod Nobis debetis; ita quod sitis ad Nos in crastino Sancti Martini absque defalto, pro quibusdam urgentibus negotiis personam nostram specialiter et statum regni nostri tangentibus. Et hoc sub debito fidelitatis qua Nobis enemini nul∣latenus omittatis. Teste ut supra.

Eodem modo mandatum est, to 36 Abbots more, whose names are there listed in the Roll: Then fol∣lows this entry.

Isti subscripti vocati sunt ad crastinum Apostolorum Simonis & Iudae CUM EQUIS ET ARMIS; Tho∣mas de Chauro: with 16. more there named after him.

Mandatnm est Vicecomiti Essex, quod summoneri faciat omnes illos de Honoribus de Redleg et Castro Baynard, et de Hundredo de Rochford, quod veniant ad Regem ad undem diem cum servicio suo Regi debi∣to.

The like writs issued to divers others in this and o∣ther Membranas of this Roll of 45 H. 3. to ayde the King against the Barons then in rebellion against him, and reduce them to their obedience, as is evident by this writ to the Earl of Flanders, though not particular∣ly expressed in the precedent writs.

b Rex Comiti Flandriae, salutem. Quiae Magnates nostri NOBIS ALIQUANDIU REBELLES EX∣TITERINI, propter quod, nisi citius resipiscant, aliud consilium Nos opponere oportebit, dilectionem vestram requi∣rimus et rogamus, quatinus taliter vobis providere velitis, quod ad Nos centum Milites et tot servientes ad arma bene munitos Nobis mitere possitis: Taliter vos habentes in hac parte, quod specialiter vobis teneamur ad gratias. Teste Rege apud Windesor. 22 die Augusti.

In 47 H. 3. there issued these ensuing writs to sundry Noblemen and others to aid the King against the Welsh∣men then in rebellion against him, to suppress their Re∣bellion, and reduce them to obedience.

Page  159c Rex, Rogeto de Bigot, Comiti Nor••: & Maris∣callo Angliae, salutem. Mandamus vobis sub debito fide∣litatis et homagii quibus Nobis tenemini et sicut ea quae de nbis tntis, diligitis, quod in festo beati Petri ad Vincula prox. futur. sitis apud Wigorn. CUM EQVIS & AR∣MIS, et cum servitio vestro Nobis debito: parati exinde Nobiscum proficisci in expeditionem nostram contra Lew∣ellinum filium Griffini et complices suos REBELLES NOSTROS, et ita decenter in hac necessitate nostra ibidem vniatis, ut dictorum NOSTRORUM REBELLIVM versutia adeò potenter reprimatur, quod Nobis et Vobis ce∣dat ad honorem, et exinde vobis ad grates teneamur specia∣les. Teste Rege apud Westm. 25. die Maii.

Eodem modo mandaium est to 133. Nobles and o∣thers, whose names are there recorded.

Thed like writs of Summons against the Scots, Welsh, French and other Enemies and Rebels, frequently oc∣curre in the Clause Rolls of King Iohn, Henry 3. and Ed∣ward 1, 2, 3. Rich. 2. and other Kings: which have no Analogy with writs of Summons to Parliaments or Great Councils, wherewith some Ignorant Antiquaries would conjoyn them as Homogeneal; which I thought it to premise, to avoid all mistakes of this kinde.

It is evident by this Clause in the writs i••ued to the Bishops, Claus. An. 6. Iohannis Regis m. 3. dorso. (ore∣cited, p. 2, 3.) vestrum expedit habere consilium et ALIORUM MAGNATUM terrae nostrae QUOS AD DIEM ILLVM ET LOCUM FECIMVS CONVOCARI: that King Iohn issued forth writs of Summons to the Temporal as well as Spiritual Lords, to summon them to the Parliamentary Council then held at London, though neither the form of the writs by which they were then summoned, nor any list of their names be entred in that or any other Roll now extant. And by this Clause in the writ of Summons to the Archbi∣shop of York Claus. 26 H. 3. m. 13. dorso: ad tractandum Nobiscum una cum CAETERIS MAGNATIBUS NOSTRIS QUOS SIMILITER FECIMUS CON∣VOCARI;Page  185 it is most apparent, that the Temporal Lords and great men were likewise called to the Par∣liamentary Great Council then assembled at London by writ, though there be no entry of those writs, nor ca∣talogue of their names in that or any other Rolls to be found, but only the single writ to one Archbishop.

All the antientest writs of Summons of our Tempo∣ral Lords to Great Councils being utterly lost through negligence, or perished through the rust or consumpti∣on of time, the very first writ of Summons to them, and Kalendar of their names now remaining, is that of 49 H. 3. dors. 11. Cedula already recited at large, p. 5, 6. one and the self-same form of writ verbatim, being then directed both to the Temporal and Spiritual Lords, though they usually differed in after times in some spe∣cial clauses. After the Eodem modo mandatum est; and Catalogue of the Bishops, bbots, Priors, Deans, and Ec∣clesiastical persons names then summoned to that Par∣liamentary Council by the self-same writs, there followed this list of the Temporal Lords and Barons.

Item in forma praedicta mandatum est COMITIBUS et aliis subscriptis: dat: de Wodestok. Comiti Leicestr. Comiti Gloucestr. Com. Norff: & Mariscallo Angliae, Comiti Oxon. Comiti Drby, Radulpho Cameys, Rogero de Sancto Iohanne, Hugoni le Despencer Justic. Angliae, Iohanni Filio Iohannis, Willo. de Munchensey, Nicho. de Se∣grave, Iohi, de Vescy, Rado: Basset de Drayton, Henr. de Hasting. Galfrido de Lucy, Roberto de Ros. Iohanni de Ey∣vil, Ade de Novo-Mercato, Waltero de Colevyll, Willielmo Maryun, Rogero Bertram, Rado. Basset de Sapcote, Gil∣berto de Gaunt.

This Parliamentary Council was summoned soon af∣ter the great bloudy battel at Evesham (wherein the f Barons who opposed K. Henry were totally routed, Simon de Montford their General, and many others of of them slain in the field, and the rest scattered) to set∣tle the peace and tranquillity of the Realm as the writ informs us; the most of the Barons and Great men up∣on Page  161 on this occasion being omitted out of the Summons, though many more Abbots, Priors, and Clergymen were summoned to it, than to any other succeeding Parliament whatsoever, to supply the places of the Ba∣rons then in actual rebellion, and give the greater re∣putation to this Assembly, as I apprehnd.

The 2. writ of summons to the Earls and Temporal [ 2] Lords, is this of Claus. 23 E. 1. m. 9. dorso. which I shall transcribe at large: though entred with an &c. in the Roll, with reference to the Bishops writs, ut su∣pra.

Rex, dilecto et fideli suo Edmundo fratri suo Com. Lanc. salutem. Quia super quibusdam arduis negotiis Nos et Regnum nostrum, ac Vos caeterosque Procetes et Magnates de eodem regno, quae sine vestra et orum praesentia nolumus expediri, Parliamentum nostrum te∣nere, et vobiscum super hiis colloquium habere vo∣lumus et tractatum; Vobis mandamus in fide et homagio quibus Nobis tenemini firmiter injungentes, quod sitis ad Nos apud Westm. primo die mensis Au∣gusti prox, futuro, vel saltem infra tercium diem subse∣quentem ad ultimum, nobiscum super dictis negotiis tractaturi, et vestrum consilium impensuri. Et hoc nullo modo omittatis. Teste me ipso apud Album Mo∣nasterium 24 die Iulii. Per Breve de Privato Sigillo.

Eodem modo mandatum est singillatim per Brevia Clau∣sa Comitibus & Baronibus subscriptis, viz. 12 Earls, and 53 Barons, and Great men of the Temporalty; whose names, because tedious to repeat after every writ, I shall present you with in a short Table in the Observati∣ons, for brevity sake.

The 3. writ is that recorded in Clause Anno 23 E. 1. [ 3] m. 3. dorso.*

Rex dilecto Consanguineo et fideli suo Edmundo Comiti Cornub. salutem. Quia super remediis contra pericula quae toto Regno nostro hiis diebus imminent providendis, Vobiscum et cum caeteris Regni nostri Pro∣ceribus habere volumus Colloquium et Tractatum: Page  162 Vobis mandamus in fide et dilectione quibus Nobis te∣nemini firmiter injungentes, quod die Dominica prox. post festum Sancti Martini in hieme prox. futur. apud Westm: personaliter intersitis, ad tractnd. ordinand. et faciend. Nobiscum et cum Praelatis, et caeteris Proceri∣bus, et aliis Incolis Regni nostri, qualiter sit hujusmo∣di periculis obviand: Teste rege apud Cantuar. primo die Octobris.

Consimiles Literae diriguntur subscriptis, viz. 8 Earls and 41 Barons and others Great men of the Lai∣ty: This writ differs in the Prologue and date from that to the Archbishop, Bishops, Abbots and Priors, Claus. 23 E. 1. dors. 4. summoned to the same Parliament, (Hre, p. 6, 7.) as you may discern by comparing them.

The 4. writ is recorded in Clause 24 E. 1. m. 7. dorso.

[ 4] Rex dilecto Consanguineo et fideli suo, Edmundo Comiti Cornub. salutem: Quia super remediis contra pericula, &c. (as before writ 3.) Vobis, &c. injungentes, quod in crastino Animarum prox. utur. apud S. Edmun∣dum personaliter intersitis, ad tractand. ordinand. et fa∣ciend. Nobiscum, et cum aliis Regni nostri Magnatibus &c. qualiter sit hujusmodi periculis obviand. et satui ejusdem Regni tutius et utilius consulend. Teste Re∣ge apud Berewic. super Twede 26 die Augusti.

Consimiles literae diriguntur subscriptis, viz. 5. Earls and 37 Barons and Great men.

The 5. writ is thus registred, Claus. 25 E. 1. m. 25. dorso.

[ 5] Rex, &c. Edmundo Comiti Cornub: salutem.* Quia super quibusdam arduis negotiis Nos et Vos ac Regnum nostrum contingentibus vobiscum, una cum quibusdam aliis Proceribus et Magnatibus ejusdem Regni habere volumus Colloquium et tractatum; Vobis mandamus in homagio, fide et dilectione quibus Nobis tenemini firmiter injungentes, quod modis omnibus sitisad Nos apud Sarum, die Dominica in festo Sancti MatthaeiPage  163 Apostoli prox. sutur. ad ultimum; Nobiscum super dictis Negotiis Colloquium et Tractatum specialiter habituri, vestrumque consilium impensuri; Et hoc si∣cut Nos et honorem nostrum, ac salvationem Regni no∣stri, et incolarum ejusdem diligitis, nullatenus omitta∣tis. Teste Rege apud Wetings 26 die Januarii.

Consimile mandatum habent siuguli Comites, Barones, et MILITES subscripti, viz. 5 Earls, 65 Barons, 13 Knights. The word Milites being written over a∣gainst the Judges, and those of the Kings Council in the Margin of the Roll.

The 6. writ I finde extant in Claus. 27 E. 1. m. 18. [ 6] dorso.

Rex, &c. Edmundo Comiti Cornub: salutem, Quia super negotiis nostris ultramarinis, &c. (ut supra, p. 9. 10. in the writ to the Archbishop.) Vobis mandamus in fide et homgio quibus Nobis tenemini, &c. ut supra: Teste ut supra.

Eodem modo mandatum est subscriptis, viz. 10 Comiti∣bus; After which followes, the beginning of a writ, Henrico Percy, &c. and then Consimiles literae dirigun∣tur BARONIBUS subscriptis, being 79 more in par∣ticular.

The 7. writ is entred in Claus. 27 E. 1. m. 16. dor∣so. [ 7]

Rex, &c. Edmundo Comiti Cornub: salurem. Prop∣ter quaedam specialia et ardua negotia Nos et statum regni nostri tangent ia, &c. (as in the writ to the Arch∣bishop, p. 10.) Vobis mandamus in fide et homagio qui∣bus Nobis tenemini firmitet injungentes, quatinus sitis ad Nos apud Westm. in quindena Paschae prox. nunc ventur. omnibus praetermissis d tractand. &c. Teste ut supra.

Consmiles literae diriguntur, viz. 10. Comitibus, et Baronibus et Militibus subscriptis, viz. Iohanni de Ha∣stings, and 45. more.

The 8. is in Claus. 27 E. 1. m. 9. dorso; (the same [ 8] verbatim with that to the Archbishop, p. 10, 11.) di∣rected Page  164 onely to 3 Earls and 5 Barons entred on the Roll.

[ 9] The 9. is recorded in Clause 28 E. 1. m. 16. & 17. dors.

Rex, &c. dilecto Consangnineo et fratri suo Edmun∣do Comiti Cornub: salutem. Quia ad salvationem Co∣ronae nosrae et communem tilitatem populi Regni no∣stri Sancta die Dominica Quadragesimae prox. futur. Lndon. Parliamentum enere, et vobiscum ac cum cae∣teris Magnatibus et Proceribus ejusdem Regni super negotiis No, et idem Regnum contingentibus speciale Colioquium habere volumus et tractatum. Vobis man∣damus in fide et homagio quibus Nobis tenemini fir∣miter injungentes, quod ad praedictos diem et locum personaliter intersiis Nobiscum, ac cum caeteris Mag∣natibus et Proceribus praedictis, super dictis negotiis tractauri, et vestrum consilium impensuri. Et hoc si∣cut Nos et honorem nostrum diligitis nullatenus omit∣tatis. Teste Rege apud Barwicum super Twede 29 die Decembris.

Consimiles literae diriguntur subscriptis; viz. 10 Comiti∣bus, 99 other Barons and Great men: entred on the Roll before the writs to the Archbishops, Bishops, Abbots, and their lists of names.

[ 10] The 10. is registred in Clause 28 E. 1. m. 2. & 3 dorso.

Rex dilecto et fideli suo, Iohanni de Warrena Comiti Surr: salutem. Cum nuper pro communi utilitate, &c. (as in the writ to the Archbishop, p. 12, 13.) Vobis man∣damus in fide et homagio quibus Nobis tenemini, &c. Teste ut supra.

Consimiles Literae diriguntur Comitibus, Baronibus et Milibus subscriptis, viz. 8 Earls, and 80 others.

[ 11] The 11. is thus filed in Claus. Anno 30. E. 1. m. 7. & 9. dorso.

Rex, Edwardo PrincipWalliae et Comiti Cestriae filio suo carissimo, salutem. Licet vos non lateat qualiter in Parliamento nostro habito London: his diebus extitit ordi∣natum; Page  165 ut ad providendum consultius et salubrius ordinand. &c. (as in the writ to the Archbishop, p. 13.) Ex abun∣danti tamen vobis in fide et homagio quibus Nobis tenemini firmiter injungendo mandamus, quod eidem futuro Parlia∣mento aliis quibuscunque negotiis omissis personaliter inter∣sitis. Teste ut supra.

Consimiles literae diriguntur subscriptis, viz. 9▪ Comiti∣bus, and 88 Lords and Great men.

The 12. is that in Claus. 30 E. 1. m. 12. dorso. [ 12]

Rex Edwardo Principi Walliae, &c. (ut supra) Quia super quibusdam ardnis negotiis nos et vos totumque Regnum nostrum specialiter tangentibus, quae fine vobis et Praelatis ac caeteris Magnatibus dicti Regni nostri nolumus expediri, vobiscum et cum Praelatis et Magnatibus habere volumus colloquium et tractatum. Vobis in fide et homagio quibus Nobis tenemini mandamus firmiter injungentes, quod in Octabis Nativitatis S. Johannis Baptistae prox. futur. ad ultimum apud Westm. modis omnibus personaliter intersitis, Nobiscum et cum Praelatis a Magnatibus supradictis, su∣per dictis negotiis tractaturi, vestrumque Consilium impen∣suri. Et hoc nullatenus omittatis. Teste Rege apud Thur∣rock Grey 2. die Iunii.

Consimiles Literae diriguntur subscriptis, viz. 9▪ Comi∣tibus, and 82 other Lords and Great men.

The 13 is registred in this form; Claus. Ann. 32 E. [ 13] 1. m. 2. dorso.

Rex Edwardo Principi Walliae et Comiti Cestriae, filio suo Karissimo, salutem. Quia pro quibusdam negotiis quae Regnum nostrum Angliae specialiter tangent, necnon stabi∣limentum terrae nostrae Scotiae, et etiam pro aliis diversis negotiis quae disponere proponimus Deo dante, die Martis in quindena Purificationis beatae Mariae Virginis prox. futur. apud Westm. Parliamentum tenere, et vobiscum ac cum caeteris Magnatibus et Proceribus ejusdem Regni super ne∣gotiis illis speciale colloquium haber volumus et tractatum. Vobis mandamus, quod ad praedictos diem et locum persona∣liter intersitis Nobiscum et cum caeteris Magnatibus et Pro∣ceribus praedictis super dictis negotiis tractaturi, vestrum∣que Page  166 consilium impensuri. Et hoc nullatenus omutatis. Teste Rege apud Brustwyk 12 die Novembr.

The like writ issued, Dilecto & fideli suo Henr. de Lacy Comiti Lincoln. &c. ut supra, with Vobis mandamus in fide et homagio quibus Nobis tenemini: &c. Et hoc sicut Nos et honorem, dictique Regni nostri commodum diligitis (omitted in the writ to the Prince) nullatenus omitta∣tis. Teste ut supra.

Consimiles literae diriguntur subscriptis, viz. 7 Comiti∣bus more, and 92 Barons and Great men.

[ 14] The 14. is inserted into Clause Anno 33 E. 1. m. 8. dorso.*

Rex dilecto & fideli suo Henr. de Lacy Comiti Lin∣coln. salutem. Licet nuper vobis mandaverimus quod essetis apud Westm. ad Parliamentum nostum quod or∣dinavimus tenend. in Octabis Nativitatis beatae Ma∣riae Virginis prox. futur. Nobiscum et cum caeteris de Consilio nostro, super negotiis Nos et statum Regni no∣stri specialiter tangentibus tractaturi. Nihilominus exhabundanti vobis iterato mandavimus in fide et homa∣gio quibus Nobis tenemini firmiter injungentes, quod omni excusatione postposita apud Westm. in dictis Oc∣tabis modis omnibus personaliter intersitis tractaturi Nobiscum et cm caeteris de Consilio nostro de nego∣tiis antedictis; Et hoc nullatenus omittatis. T. Rege apud Boxle 30 die Iulii.

Eodem modo mandatum est subscriptis, viz. W. Epis∣copo Winton. Humfredo de Bohun. Com. Heres. & Essex, Gilberto de Roubiry, Magistro Regin, de Bran∣don, Hugoni le Despencer, Johanni de Hastings, Jo∣hanni de Botetourte, Abbati Westm. Willielmo Mar∣tyn, Abbati de Waverle, Magistro Pho. Martyn, Fratri Hugoni de Manicestr. Rogero Brabazon, Radulpho de Hengham.

Dors. 8. in the same Roll the like writs issued to the same persons, and to the Bishops of Wigorn. Coventre and Lichf: with this variation: Licet hactenus vobis mandavimus quod essetis ad Nos apud Westm. ad Par∣liamentum Page  167 nostrum quod in Octab. Nativita. beatae Mariae Virginis prox. futur. tenere volumus Deo dante. Vobis nihlominus iterato mandamus in fide et dilec∣tione quis Nobis tenemini firmiter injungentes, quod die dictarum Octab. vel in crastino eorundem ad ulti∣mum aliis omnibus praetermissis intersits. Et hoc nul∣latenus omittatis. T. Rege apud Rothinge 27. die Au∣gusti. Per Breve de Privato Sigillo.

After which follows this single writ, varying some∣what from these two preceeding.

Rex dilecto et fideli suo Henrico de Percy salutem. Quia Parliamentum nostrum apud Westm. in Octabis Nativitais beatae Mariae Virginis prox. futur. tenere proponimus Deo dante. Vobis mandamus in fide et homagio quibus, &c. quod die dictaum Octab. vel in crastino earundem ibidem ad ultimum aliis praetermis∣sis omnibus intersitis Nobiscum, et cum caeteris Mag∣natibus Regni nostri ibidem tunc ventur. sper nego∣tiis Nos et statum ejusdem Regni specialiter tangenti∣bus, tractaturi: Et hoc nullo modo omittatis. T. Re∣ge ut supra.

The 15. is endorsed on Claus. Anno 34 E. 1. m. 2. [ 15] dorso.

Rex Edwardo Principi Walliae, &c. (as before in 13.) Quia super ordinatione et stabilimento terrae nostrae Scotiae, necnon et aliis negotiis Nos et statum Regni nostri specialiter tangentibus apud Karliol. in Octabis S. Hillarii prox, futur. Parliamentum tenee, et vobis∣cum ac cum caeeris Magnatibus de eodem Regno ha∣bere volumus Colloquium et Tractatum. Vobis man∣damus quod omnibus aliis praetermissis ad praedictos di∣em et locum dicto Parliamento personaliter intersitis Nobiscum, ac cum caeteris Magnatibus de dicto Regno, super ordinatione et stabilimento, et negotiis praedic∣tis tractaturi vestrumque Consilium impensuri. Et hoc nullo modo omittatis. T. Rege apud Lauretof 3. die Novemb. Anno Regni si 34.

Rex dilecto et fideli suo Henr. de Lacy Comiti Lin∣coln.Page  168autem. Quia, &c. ut supra; Vobis mandamus in fide et homagio quibus Nobis enemini, &c. ut su∣pra.

Consimiles literae diriguntur subscriptis, viz. 10 Co∣mitibus: 86 Lords and Great men, besides Assistants of the Kings Counsil.

[ 16] The 16. I meet with is Clause 35 E. 1. m. 13. dor∣so.*

Rex dilecto et fideli suo, Thomae Comiti Lancastr. Cum nuper vobis mandaverimus, quod in Octabis Sancti Hillari prox. praeterit. essetis apud Parliamen∣tum, Nobiscum super quibusdam arduis negotiis Nos et Statum Regni nostri tangentibus, pro quibus vene∣rabilis Patr Dom. Petrus Sabinen. Episc. Sanctae Roma∣nae Ecclesiae Cardinalis, ad Nos ex parte Domini Sum∣mi Pontiicis est venturus, ut quem ante Octab. praedict. ad Nos venisse credebamus, colloquium habitur. Et i∣dem Cardinalis non erit ad Nos apud Karliol. ante di∣em Dominicam prox. post mediam Quadragesimae, viz. primam Dominicam in Passione Domini quae jam instat. Vobis mandamus in fide et dilectione quibus Nobis tenemini firmiter injungentes, quod dictis die et loco modis omnibus personaliter intersitis Nobiscum super praemissis habitur. Colloquium et Tractatum, vestrum∣que Consilium impensur. et hoc sub forisfactura omni∣um quae nobis forisfacere poteritis nullatenus omitta∣tis. T. Rege apud Lavercost. 22 die Febr.

Consimiles literae diriguntur subscriptis, viz. 2 Co∣mitibus, and 24 Barons.

[ 17] The 17 writ is thus registred, Claus. Anno 1 E. 2 m. 19 dors.

Rex dilecto et fideli suo Hen. de Lacy Com. Lincoln. salutem. Quia super quibusdam arduis negotiis Nos in ista recenti susceptione regiminis Regni nostri, &c. (as here to the Archbishop, p. 14.) Vobiscum et cum caeteris Magnatibus de eodem regno, &c. Vobis mandamus in fide et homagio quibus, &c. Nobiscum et cum aliis Magnatibus ejusdem Regni ibidem super dictis nego∣tiis Page  169 tractaturi, vestrum{que} consilium et auxilium impen∣ur. Et hoc sicut Nos et honorem nostrum ac commo∣dum dicti Regni diligitis nullatenus omittatis. T. Re∣ge ut supra. (p. 15.)

Eodem modo scribitur subcriptis, viz. 8 Comitibus, and 69 others.

The 18. is in Clause 1 E. 2. m. 11. dorso.

Rex dilecto et fideli suo Iohanni de Warrena Com. [ 18] Surr. salutem. Quia super diversis arduis negotiis Nos et statum regni nostri tangentibus, vobiscum et cum caeteris Praelatis, Proceribus, et aliis fide∣libus nostris de eodem Regno Colloquium et tractaum habere et Parliamentum tenere proponimus, Domino concedente. Vobis mandamus in fide et homagio quibus &c. quod prima Dominica quadragesimae prox. futur. apud Westm. omnibus aliis praeermissis personaliter in∣tersitis, Nobiscum ibidem et cum caeteris Praelatis ac Magnatibus de regno praedicto super praefatis negotiis tractatur. vestrumque consilium impensur. Et hoc nul∣latenus omittatis. T. ut supra (p. 15.)

Eodem modo mandatum est subscriptis, viz. 10 Co∣mitibus, and 46 other Great men.

The 19 is Claus. 1 E. 2. dors. 8. Rex dilecto et fideli [ 19] suo Henr. de Lacy Com. Lincoln. salutem; Quia super diversis, &c. (as p. 15.) Vobis mandamus in fide et ho∣magio, &c. Teste ut supra, p. 15.

Eodem modo mandatum est subscriptis, viz. 9 Co∣mitibus, and 46 others.

The 20. is in Clause 2 E. 2. m. 20. cedula. Rex di∣lecto [ 20] et fideli suo Gilberto de Clare Com. Glouc. & He∣ref. salutem. Quia &c. ut supra p. 15, 16. Vobis man∣damus in fide et homagio, &c. Nobiscum et cum caete∣ris Magnatibus et Proceribus de regno praedicto, &c. (as p. 15. 16.)

Eodem modo mandatum est, viz. 7. Comitibus, and 57 more.

The 21. is in Claus. 2 E. 2. m. 14. Cedula. Rex di∣lecto [ 21] Nepoti et fideli suo, Gilberto de Clare Com. Glouc.Page  170 et Hertf. Quia, &c. vobiscum et cum aliis Proceribus et Magnatibus▪ &c. Vobis mandamus firmiter injun∣gentes, &c. as p. 16.

Eodem modo mandatum est, viz. 8 Comitibus, and 41 other Lords and Great men.

[ 22] The 22. is entred in Claus. 2 E. 2. m. 1. dors.

Rex dilecto Nepoti et fideli suo Gilberto de Clare Com. Glouc. et Hertf. Quia, &c. vobiscum et cum aliis Proceribus et Magnatibus ejusdem Regni, &c. Vobis in fide et homagio quibus Nobis tenemini firmiter in∣jungendo mandamus, &c. as p. 16.

Eodem modo scribitur subscriptis, viz. 8 Comitibus; and 81 Great men more.

[ 23] The 23. is that of Claus. 2 E. 2. m. 20. dors.

Rex dilecto Nepoti et fideli suo Gilberto de Clare, &c. Vobis mandamus in fide et homagio, &c. sitis ad Nos apud Stamford, nobiscum et cum Praelatis et Proceribus praedictis super praemissis tractatum et colloquium habi∣turi, &c. Et hoc sicut Nos et honorem nostrum, ac¦commodum regni nostri diligitis nullatenus omittatis. T. ut supra. p. 17.

Eodem modo scribitur subscriptis, viz. 8 Comitibus, and 70 other Great men.

[ 24] The 24. is the writ of Anno 3 E. 2. m. 17. dorso.

Rex dilecto et fideli suo Gilberto de Clare, Com. Glouc. et Hertf. salutem; Quantae audaciae, &c. (as p. 17, 18.) Vobis mandamus in fide et homagio, &c. T. ut supra.

Eodem modo mandatum est subscriptis, viz. xi. Co∣mitibus, and 84 other Lords and Great me.

[ 25] The 25. is that of 4 E. 2. m. 2. dorso.

Rex dilecto Consanguineo et fideli suo Thomae Com. Lancast. salutem. Qui propter plura, &c. (as p. 18.) Vobis mandamus in fide et homagio, &c. T. ut supra. Per breve de Privato sigillo.

Eodem modo scribitur subscriptis, viz. 5. Comitibus and 54 others.

[ 26] The 26. is in Claus. 5 E. 2. m. 17. dorso.

Rex dilecto Consanguineo et fideli suo Thomae Co∣miti Page  171Lancastr. salutem. Quia in ultimo Parliamento, &c. as p. 18, 19. Vobis mandamus in fide et homagio, &c. quod praedicto die Veneris sitis apd Westm. in propria persona vestra, Nobiscum, et cum caeteris Prae∣latis, Proceribus et fidelibus nostris supradictis, super dictis negotiis tractaturi, vestrumque consilium impen∣suri: et hoc sicut de vobis conidimus nullatenus omit∣tatis. T. ut supra.

Consimiles literae diriguntur Comitibus et Baroni∣bus subscriptis, viz. 7. Comitibus, & 60 other Grandees.

The 27. is the writ in Claus. 5 E. 2. m. 11. (or 13.) [ 27] dorso.

Rex dilecto Consanguineo et fideli suo Thomae Comi∣ti Lancastr. salutem. Quia propter plura et ardua ne∣goti Nos et Statum regni nostri tangentia die Domi∣nica prox. post sesum beatae Mariae Magdalenae prox. futur. ordinavimus Deo propitio apud Lincoln. Parlia∣mentum tenere, et vobiscum, ac cum caeteris Praelatis et Proctribus de dicto Regno nostro super dictis nego∣tiis habere Colloquium et Tractatum. Vobis manda∣mus in fide et homagio, &c. ibidem, nobiscum et cum Praelatis et Proceribus supradictis super dictis negotiis tractaturi vestrumque consilium impensuri. Et hoc nullatenus omittatis. T. Rege apud Ebor.

Eodem modo scribitur subscriptis, viz. 8 Comitibus, 42 others: and 16 more, over against whose names is written in the margin Cleriis Consilii; and 16 others stiled Iusticiar' in the margin.

The 28. is that of Claus. 6 E. 2. m. 31. dorso. Rex [ 28] dilecto et fideli suo Thomae de Brotherton Comiti Norff. salutem: Quia tertia Dominica, &c. (as p. 19.) Vobis mandamus in fide et homagio, &c. quod omnibus aliis praetermissis sitis ad Nos in proptia persona vestra ad di∣em et locum praedictos, Nobiscum, &c. T. ut supra.

Eodem modo scribitur subscriptis, viz. 9 Comitibus, and 88. other Lords and Great men.

The 29. is the writ in Clause 6 E. 2. m. 3. dorso. [ 29]

Rex dilecto sibi Thomae de Brotherton Comiti Norff.Page  172 salutem. Licet ad requisitionem, &c. (as p. 20, 21.) Vobis mandamus in fide et homagio, &c. T. ut su∣pra.

Eodem modo scribitur subscriptis, viz. 9 Comitibus and 88 others.

[ 30] The 30. is that of Claus. 7 E. 2. m. 27. dorso.

Rex dilecto et fideli suo Thomae de Brotherton Comi∣ti Norff. salutem. Cum diversa, &c. (as p. 21,) Vo∣biscum et cum Praelatis, et caeteris Magatibus, &c. Vobis man damus in fide et homagio, &c. Teste ut su∣pra.

Eodem modo mandatum est subscriptis, viz. 9 Co∣mitibus, and 99 other Lords and Great men.

[ 31] The 31. is that in Claus. 7 E. 2. m. 15. dorso.

Rex dilecto et fideli suo Thomae de Brotherton, &c. (as p. 21, 22.) Vobis mandamus in fide et homagio, &c. T. ut supra.

Eodem modo mandatum est subscriptis, viz. 9 Co∣mitibus, and 88 others.

[ 32] The 32. is Claus. 8 E. 2. m. 35 dorso.

Rex dilecto Consanguineo et fideli suo Thomae Com. Lancastr. saluem. Quia super, &c. as p. 22. Vobis mandamus in fide et homagio, &c. T. ut supra.

Eodem modo mandatum est subscriptis, viz. 8 Comi∣tibus, and 93 others, besides 8 Judges and Assistants intermixed with them.

[ 33] The 33. is Claus. Ann. 8 E. 2. m. 29. dorso.

Rex dilecto Consanguineo et fideli suo Thomae Co∣miti Lancastr. salutem. Quia, &c. Vobis mandams in fide et homagio, &c. T. ut supra, p. 22. & 23.

Eodem modo mandatum est subscriptis, viz. 8 Co∣mitibus, and 85 more, besides Officers, Judges, Assistants, joyned together with them without distinction.

[ 34] The 34. is Claus. 9 E. 2. m. 22 dorso.

Rex dilecto Consanguineo et fideli suo Thomae Com. Lanc. &c. T. ut supra. p. 22.

Eodem modo mandatum est subscriptis, viz. 7 Co∣mitibus, 83. Greatmen, and 34. others, with a lines di∣stance Page  173 only between their names, summoned ormerly as the Kings Counsil, and as assistants.

The 35. is Claus. 11 E. 2. d. 14. [ 35]

Rex, &c. Th. Com. Lancastr. &c. (as here, p. 97,)

Eodem modo scribitur 17, Comitibus, and 118 o∣thers, with those of the Kings Counsil intermixed with the Lords and Barons.

The 36. is Claus. 12 E. 2. m. 29. in cedula penden∣te. [ 36]

Rex dilecto Consanguineo et fideli suo Thomae, Com. Lanc. &c. (as in 33.) Teste ut supra p. 23.

Eodem modo scribitur subscriptis, viz. 8 Comitibus, 79 Great men, and 24 more with a lines space▪ be∣tween them usually summoned as Assistants, and the Kings Counsil.

The 37. is Claus. 12 E. 2. m. 11. dorso. [ 37]

Rex dilecto consanguineo. &c. Thomae Com. Lancast. (as 33.) T. ut supra. p. 23.

Eodem modo scribitur subscriptis, viz. 8 Comitibus, 79 Great men, and 25 more with a lines distance, for∣merly summoned as the Kings Counsil.

The 38. is in Claus. 13 E. 2. m. 13. dorso. [ 38]

Rex dilecto Consanguineo▪ &c. Thomae, Com. Lanc. &c. (as 33.) T. ut supra, p. 23.

Eodem modo scribitur subscriptis▪ viz. 8 Comi••bus, 72 more, and 25 of the Counsil, with a lines space from the former.

The 39. is in Claus. 14 E. 2. m 23. dorso. [ 39]

Rex Edwardo Comiti Cestriae filio nostro carissimo, salutem. Quia super diversis et ardis negoiis, &c. Vobis mandamus in fide et homagio quibus Nobis te∣nemini, &c. T. ut supra, p. 23.

Eodem modo scribitur subscriptis, viz. 9 Comitibus, 74 others, and 32 more of the Kings Counsil, with a lines distance from the former.

The 40. is Claus. 14 E. 2. m. 5. dorso. [ 40]

Rex dilecto Consanguineo e fideli suo Thomae Com. Lancastr. salutem. Vobis mandamus in fide et homa∣gio, Page  174 &c. T. ut supra, p. 23. Per ipsum Regem.

Eodem modo scribitur subscriptis, viz. 8 Comitibus, and 88 others, besides Assistants of the Counsil.

[ 41] The 41. is Claus. 15 E. 2. m. 16. dorso.

Rex Edwardo Comiti Cestriae filio suo carissimo, salu∣tem. Quia super diversis, &c. Vobis mandamus in fide et homagio, &c. T. ut supra, p. 23. Per ipsum Regem.

Eodem modo mandatum est subscriptis, viz. 8 Co∣mitibus, and 72 others besides the Counsil.

[ 42] The 42. is Claus. 16 E. 2. m. 26. dorso.

Rex Edwardo Comiti Cestriae, &c. (just as in 40.) T. ut supra, p. 24. Per ipsum Regem.

Eodem modo scribitur subscriptis, viz. 9 Comitibus▪ and 52 other Lords and Great men.

[ 43] The 43. is in Claus. 18 E. 2. m. 34. dorso.

Rex dilecto et fideli suo Edwardo Comiti Cestriae filio suo carissimo, salutem.* Quia super diversis arduis ne∣gotiis Nos et statum Regni, ac terrarum nostrorum Sub∣ditorum et populorum eorundem specialiter tangenti∣bus, vobiscum ac cum caeteris Magnatibus et Proceribus dicti Regni apud Sarum, à die Sancti Michaelis prox. futur. in tres Septimanas colloquium habere volumus et tractatum. Vobis mandamus in fide et dilectione quibus Nobis tenemini firmiter injungentes, quod om∣nibus aliis praetermissis dictis die et loco person liter intersitis Nobiscum, et cum caeteris Magnatibus et Proceribus praedictis super praemissis tractatur. vestrum∣que consilium impensur. Et hoc sicut Nos et honorem nostrum, et Regni et terrarum praedictarum diligitis nullatenus omittatis. T. Rege apud Porcestr 13 die Septembris. Per ipsum Regem.

Eodem modo scribitur subscriptis, viz. 8 Comitibus, 48 others. The 2. Archbishops, and 2 Bishops more, with &c. follow them, and 2 only de consilio.

[ 44] The 44. is the writ in Claus. 18 E. 2. m. 21. dorso.

Rex dilecto et fideli suo Thomae Comiti Norff. et Mariscalo Angliae frari suo carissimo, salutem.* Quia ad partes Ducatus nostri Aquitaniae, de quo Rex FranciaePage  175 malitiose nos exhaereditare proponit, in succurs ejus∣dem Ducatus nostri passagium nostrum ordinavimus Domino disponente, et vobiscum ac cum Praelatis, et caeteris Magnatibus et Proceribus regni nostri super passagio nostro praedicto, et aliis arduis negotiis Nos et staum Regni nostri et Ducatus praedicti tangentibus, habere volumus colloquium et tractatum. Vobis man∣damus firmiter injungentes, quod omnibus aliis praeter∣missis sitis ad nos apud Winton. secunda Dominica Qua∣dragesimae prox. futur. Nobiscum et cum Praelatis, et caeteris Magnatibus et Proceribus regni nostri super praemissis tractaturi, vestrumque consilium impensuri. Et hoc sicut Nos et honorem ac commodum dicti regni nostri diligitis nullo modo omittatis. T. Rege apud Notingh. 30 die Decembr. Per ipsum Regem.

Eodem modo scribitur subscriptis, viz. Edwardo Co∣miti Cestriae filio Regis, 7 Earls more, and 50. o∣thers: After which follows a short recital of this writ to the Archbishop of Yorke, and Eodem odo to Canter∣bury, and the other Bishops.

[ 45] The 45. is that of Claus. 18 E. 2. m. 5. dorso.*

Rex dilecto & fideli suo Edwardi Comiti Cestriae fili suo catissimo, salutem. Quia pro quibusdam arduis ne∣gotiis nos et statum regni nostri, ac Ducatum nostrum praedictum (Aquitaniae) speciliter coningentibus, Par∣liamentum nostrum apud Westm. in craino Natviatis Sancti Iohannis Baptistae prox. futur▪ tenere, et Vobis∣cum ac cum Praelatis, Magnatibus et Proceribus dicti regni super negotiis praedictis colloquium habere volu∣mus et tractaum. Vobis mandamus in fide et homa∣gio quibus Nobis tenemini firmiter inungentes, quod omnibus aliis praetermissis ad dictos diem et locum in Parliamento praedicto personaliter inters••is; Nobiscum ac cum Praelatis, Magnaibus et Proceribus praedictis, super dictis negotiis tracar••i vestrumque consilium impensuri. Et hoc nullo modo omittatis. T. Rege apud Winton. 6 die Maii. Per ipsum Regem.

Eodem modo mandatm est subscriptis, viz. 4 Co∣mitius, Page  176 39 others: after which followes a brief reci∣tal of the writ to the Archbishops, Bishops, &c.

[ 46] The 46. is in Claus. 19 E. 2. m. 27. dorso.

Rex dilecto et fideli suo Thomae Comiti Norff. et Marescallo Angl. fratri suo catissimo salutem. Qia super &c. T. ut supra, p. 25.

Eodem modo mandatum est subscriptis, viz. 3 Co∣mitibus, and 39 Great men more.

[ 47] The 47. is Claus. 20 E. 2. dorso 4.

Rex, &c. Th. Com: Norff. et Marescallo Angl. &c. Licet nuper, &c.

Eodem modo mandatum est Magnatibus subscriptis, viz. 6 Comitibus, and 46 others▪

[ 48] The 48 is the writ i Claus. 1 E. 3. parte 2. m. 16. dorso.

Rex dilecto et fideli suo, Thomae Comiti Norff: Ma∣rescallo Angl. salutem. Qualiter Scoti, &c. (as p. 25.) Vobis mandamus in ide et homagio, &c. dictis die et loco personaliter intersitis Nobiscum, si interesse possumus, seu interveniente impedimento deputandis a Nois super deensione ac custodia, ac aliis negotiis su∣pradi••is tractatur. vesirumque cons••ium impensur. Et hoc nullatenus omittatis. T. ut supra, p. 26.

Eodem modo mandatum est Edmundo Comiti Kan. Avunculo Regis, and 5. Comitibus besides, 47 other Lords and Great men.

[ 49] The 49 is Claus. 1 E 3. pars 2. m. 3. dorso.

Rex dilecto et fideli suo Thomae Com. Norff. &c. Cum super reformatione pacis, &c. (as p. 26, 27.) Vo∣bis mandamus in fide et homagio, &c. T. ut supra.

Eodem modo mandatum est subscriptis, viz. 4 Comi∣tibus, and 49 more.

[ 50] The 50. is in Claus. 2 E. 3. m. 31 dorso.

Rex dilecto et fideli suo Thomae Com. Norff. et Ma∣rescallo Angliae Avunculo suo carissimo falutem. Cum Parliamentum nostrum nuper apud Eborum, &c. (as p. 27.) Vobis mandamus in fide et homagio, &c. quod omni excusatione postposita dictis die et loco persona∣liter Page  177 intersitis Nobiscum, et cum Praelatis, Magnatibus &c. Scientes pro certo quod aliquem Procuratorem pro Vobis, seu pro aliquo Praelato vel Magnati ad prae∣sens propter arduitatem negotiorum praedictorum, ad∣mitere non intendimus quoquo modo. Et quia ante haec tempora negotia in hujusmodi Parliamentis trac∣tanda impedita fuerunt,* eo quod nonnulli Magnates cum multitudine tumulcuosa hominum armatorum ad Parliamenta illa accesserunt, et populus partium ubi Parliamenta illa tenta fuerunt dampnificatus existit et graatus; per quod per Nos et Consilium nostrum con∣cordatum existit, quod omnes et singuli de regno nostro cujuscunque status seu conditionis fuerint, qui ad dic∣tum Parliamenū venire voluerint, modo debio, et abs∣que aliqua multitudine, sub orisfactura omnium quae Nobis forisacere poterint, accedant. Ita quod per ip∣sorum adventum indebitum negotia nostra non retar∣dentur, seu patria in aliqua parte oneretur indbite quo∣vis modo. Vobis mandamus firmiter injungentes sub forisfactura praedicta, quod ad Parliamentum praedictum cum decenti comitiva de hominibus bonae discretionis et consilii, ET NON CUM HOMINIBUS AD AR∣MA ACCEDATIS, in forma praedicta. Et hoc nulla∣tenus omittatis. T. ut supra. p. 28.

Eodem modo mandatum est subscriptis, viz. 6 Co∣mitibus, and 49 other Lords and Great men.

In the Clause Rolls following (throughout the [ 51] reign of King Edward the 3.) the writs directed to the Temporal Lords are the same (mutatis mutandis) with those issued to the Archbishops and Bishops forecited Sect. 1. wherefore I shall present you with this Brevi∣ate of them, entred after the writs to the Bishops. The 1. writ til the later end of 11 E. 3. is thus directed Claus. 2 E. 3. dors. 23. Rex, &c. dilecto et fideli suo Thomae Comiti Norff: et Marescallo Angliae, &c. Vobis mandamus in fide et homagio, &c. Eodem modo man∣datum est to 6 Earls more, and 50 others, Claus. 2 E. 2. m. 15. dors. to 6 Earls more, and 48 others: Claus. Page  178 3 E. 3. m. 19. dorso, 8 Earls more, and 59 others, Ba∣rons, Lords, Judges and Assistants mixed together, (whereof the Dean of Lincoln, the Archdeacons of Rich∣mond and Northampton are three) Claus. 4 E. 3. m. 41. dorso, 10 Earls more, and 50 others, Claus. 4 E. 3. dors. 32. 8 Earls more, and 53. others, whereof 5. are Judges and Assistants, Claus. 4 E. 3. m. 23. 8 Earls more, and 45 others, Claus. 4 E. 3. m. 13. dors. 8 Earls more, and 47 others, Claus. 5 E. 3. dors. 25. 9 Earls more, and 48 others, Claus. 5 E. 3. m. 7. dorso 9 Earls more, and 47 others, Cl. 5 E. 3. pars 2. dors. 7. 9 Earls more, and 46 others (whereof some were Judges) Cl. 6 E. 3. m. 36. d. 11 Earls more, and 66 others, Cl. 6 E. 3. m. 19. dors. 10 Earls more, and 66 others, Cl. 6 E. 3. m. 9. dors. 10 Earls more, and 65 others, Cl. 7 E. 3. pars 2. dors. 3. 12 Earls more, and 62 others, Cl. 8 E. 3. m. 18. dors. 11 Earls more, and 60 others, Cl. 9 E. 3. dors. 28. 10 Earls more, and 60 others, Cl. 9 E. 3. dors. 8. 10 Earls more, and 61 other, Cl. 10 E. 3. dors. 5. 9 Earls more, and 47 others, Cl. 11 E. 3. pars 1. dors. 15. 8 Earls more, and 23 others: And dors. 8. 10 Earls more, and 39 others: where the writ Iohanni de Sutton de Holdernesse (vac. quia non fuit summonitus.)

[ 52] The first writs after those to the Archbishops and Bishops, in these ensuing Rolls issued Dilecto t fideli suo Henr. Comiti Lanc. &c. being the same (mutatis mu∣tandis) with those to the Bishops forecited, Claus. 11 E. 3. pars 2. dors. 4. Eodem modo, &c. to 12 Earls more, and 33 others: And dors. 11. 8 Earls more, and 37 o∣thers: Claus. 12 E. 3. pars 2. dors. 32. 11 Earls more, (a vacat being entred against Humfrido de Bohun Co∣miti Hereford.) and 45 others, Cl. 13 E. 3. pars 2. dors. 28. 9 Earls more, and 44 others, Claus. 13 E. 3. pars 2. dors. 1. 10 Earls more, and 45 others, Claus. 14 E. 3. pars 1. dors. 33. 12 Earls more, and 44 others. Dors. 23. 7 Earls more, and 44 others, Cl. 15 E. 3 pars 1. d. 37. 7 Earls more, and 45 others.

[ 53] In Claus. 16 E. 3. pars 1. dors. 39. the first writ to Page  179 the Temporal Lords entred in the roll issued, Dilecto & fideli suo Laurentio de Hastings Com. Pembroch. &c. Eodem modo, &c. to 9 Earls more, and 94 others, Claus. 16 E. 3. pars 2. dors. 22. (and so following) the first writ to the Nobility issued Henr. Com. Lancastr. 2 Earls more, and 20 others. Dors. 13. 4 Earls more, and 17. o∣thers. Claus. 17 E. 3. pars 1. dors. 25. 11 Earls more, and 40 others. Cl. 18 E. 3. pars 1. dors. 14. 13 Earls more, and 40 others, Claus. 20 E. 3. pars 2. dors. 22. (Iohanni de Warenna Com. Surr.) 4 Earls more, and 12. others. Dors. 28. to him and 7 Earls more, and 9 o∣thers. Dors. 9. Henr. Com. Lancastr. 10 Earls more, and 30 others, Cl. 22 E. 3. pars 1. dors. 32. 10 Earls more, and 30 others, Claus. 22 E. 3. pars 2. dors. 7. 9 Earls more, and 56 others, Claus. 24 E. 3. pars 2. d. . Henr. Comiti Lancastr. Edwardo Principi Walliae, Duci Cornubiae, et Comiti Cestriae, 10 Earls more, and 50 others, whereof the 16 last are Assistants, and 4 of them stiled the Kings Serjeants. The writ Claus. 25. pars 1. dors. 5. is Rex dilecto et fideli suo Edwardo Principi Walliae, Duci Cornubiae & Comiti Cestriae, &c. Vobis in fide et li∣geantia quibus Nobis tenemini, &c. Eodem modo, &c Henrico Duci Lancastr. 11 Earls, 52 others, Claus. 26. E. 3. dors. 14. Edwardo Principi Walliae, &c. Henrico Duci Lanc. 11 Earls, 24 others, Cl. 27. E. 3. d. 32. to them, 11 Earls more, & 43 other Great men, Cl. 28 E. 3. dors. 26, Edwardo Principi Walliae, &c. Henrico Duci Lancast. 11 Earls. 48 others, Claus. 29 E. 3. dors. 8. Henrico Duci Lancast. 7 Earls, and 41 others, Claus. 31 E. 3. dors. 21. Dilecto Consanguineo et fideli suo Humfrido de Bohun. Com: Hereford. Vobis mandamus in fide et ligean∣tia, &c. 6 Earls more, and 38 others, Claus. 31 E. 3. dors. 2. Edwardo Principi Walliae filio suo carissimo, &c. in fide et ligeantia, &c, Consimilia Brevia Henrico Duci Lancastr. 11 Comitibus, and 50 others Claus. 32 E. 3. dors. 14. Dilecto & fideli suo, Thomae de Bello Campo Comiti Warr. in fide et homagio, 6 Earls more, and 101 others. Cl. 33 〈◊〉. d. 7. Ricardo Comiti Arundel, 3 Earls more, and 19 others; Claus. 34 E. 3. d. 35. Hum∣frido Page  180 de Bohun Com. Hertf. et Essex, 3 Earls more, and 20 others. Dors. 4. Edwardo Principi Walliae, ilio suo ca∣rissimo, in fide et ligeantia: Henrico Duci Lancast. 11 Earls more (Leonel Com. Uton, the Kings Son, not an Irish Lord, being one of them) and 48 others, Claus. 36 E. 3. dors. 16. Carissimo filio suo Johan. Com: Lan∣castr. in fide et homagio, &c. 8 Earls more, and 29 others, Claus. 37 E. 3. d. 22. Carissimo Filio suo Johanni &c. as next before, 9 Earls more, and 40 others; Claus. 38 E. 3. dors. 3. Caissimo filio suo Johanni, &c. 5 Earls more, and 41 others, Claus. 39 E. 3. d. 2. Carissimo filio suo Johanni, &c. 10 Earls more, and 41 others. In Claus. 42 E. 3. d. 22. the first writ to the Temporal Lords issued Carissimo Primogenito filio suo Edwardo Principi Aquitaniae & Walliae: Vobis in fide et homagio, &c▪ Con∣similia Bevia Johanni Duci Lancastriae, 10 Comitibus, and 41 others, Claus. 43 E. 3. dors. 24. Carissimo filio suo Johanni Duci Lancast. in fide et homagio, &c. 10 Co∣mitibus, and 35 others, Claus. 44 E. 3. dors. . Carissi∣mo Primogenito nostro Edwardo Principi Aquitaniae et Walliae, in fide et ligeantia, 11 Comitibus, and 49 o∣thers, Claus. 46 E. 3. dors. 11. Dilecto et fideli suo Ri∣cardo Com: Arundel in fide et ligeantia, 1 Earl more, and 18 others, But in the writs of Prorogation and Resum∣mons, dors. 9, 10. writs issued to Edward Prince of Wales, Iohanni Regi Castellae et Legionis, Duci Lancastr. 7 Earls more, & 18 others besides those in the first sum∣mons, Claus. 47 E. 3. dors. 13. Ricardo Com. Aundell in fide at ligeantia, 5 Earls more, and 33 others, Claus. 49 E. 3. dors. 6. Carissimo filio suo Iohanni Regi Ca∣stellae & Legionis, Duci Lancastr: in fide & ligeantia, 9 Earls, and 38 others, after which follows a writ to the Prince of Wales, Claus. 50 E. 3. pars 2. dors. 6. Carissi∣mo filio suo (stiled his Son, though in truth his Grand∣child only, not Son) Ricardo Principi Walliae, Duci Cornub. et Comiti Cestriae in fide et ligeantia. Consimilia Brevia, Johannni Regi Castellae & Legionis, Duci Lan∣castr. 10 Comitibus, and 35 others: whereof Micha∣eli Page  181 de la Pole, (Admirallo Flte Navium versus partes Briales) is one.

All the Writs of Summons to Parliament issued to the Temporal Lords under King Richard the 2. have the self∣same [ 53] Prologues, recitals, dates with those to the Archbi∣shops, Bishops, Abbots, Priors in the precedent Section, being entred next after them, of which I shall give you this brief Epitome. In Claus. R. 2. dors. 37. the first writs to the Temporal Lords issued Carissimo Avuncu∣l suo Iohanni Regi Castellae et Legionis, Duci Lanca∣striae, &c▪ Consimiles Literae to 12 Earls, 47 Lords, Ba∣rons and Great men, Cl. 2 R. 2. dors. 3. 29. The first writs issued to him, and Consim. Literae to 14 Earls, 48 Lords, Barons, and Great men, Cl. 3 R. 2. d. 32. the first writ was directed to him, Consim. lit: to 13 Earls, 47 Lords and Great men, Cl. 4 R. 2. d. 32. the first writ is to him, Cons. Lit. to 〈◊〉 Earls, 44 Lords and Great men, Cl. 5 R. 2. d. 32. 40. the first writs issued to him, Cons. Lit. to 10 Earls, 47 Lords and Great men, Cl. 6 R. 2. d. 37. the first writ issued to him, Cons. Lit. to 9 Earls, and 45 Lords and Great men, Cl. 7 R. 2. d. 37. the first writ is directed to him, Cons. Lit. to 11 Earls, 48 Lords and Great men, Cl. 7 R. 2. d. 10. the first writ is to him, Cons. Lit. to 11 Earls, and 48 Lords and Gran∣dees, Cl. 8 R. 2. d. 35. is to him, Cons. Lit. to 11 Earls, and 50 Lords and Great men, Cl. 9 R. 2. d. 45. is to him, Cons. Lit. to 2 Dukes, 11 Earls, and 46 Lords and Great men, Cl. 10 R. 2. d. 42. the first writ issued Carissimo A∣vunculo suo Edwardo Duci Ebor▪ &c. Cons. Lit. to 1 Duke, 1 Marquess, 9 Earls, 44 Lords and Great men, Cl. 11 R. 2. d. 24. the first writ is to this Duke, Consim. Lit. to 2 Dukes 8 Earls, 47 Lords and Great men, Cl. 〈◊〉 R. 2. d. 13. to him, Cons. Lit. to Duke, 8 Earls, 34 Lords and Great men, Cl. 12 R. 2. d. 42. to him, Cons. Lit. to 1 Duke, 9 Earls, 42 Lords and Great men, Cl. 13 R. 2. d. 5. the first writ entred is Iohanni Duce Lan∣castr. Cons. Lit. to a Dukes, 9 Earls, 46 Lords and Gran∣dees, Claus. 14 R. 2. d. 42. the first writ is to the same Page  182 Duke, Cons. Lit. to 2 Dukes, 10 Earls, 4 Lords and Great men; Cl. 15 R. 2. d. 37. the first writ entred is, Iohanni Duci Aquitaniae et Lancastriae, &c. Cons. Lit. to 2 Dukes, 10 Earls, 41 Lords and Grandees, Cl. 16 R. 2. d. 23. the writ is to him, Cons. Lit. to 2 Dukes, 10 Earls, 42 Lords and Great men, Cl. 17 R. 2. d. 30. to him, Cons. Lit. to 2 Dukes, 11 Earls, 40 Lords and Grandees, Cl. 18 R. 2 d. 23. the first writ entred is Hen. Com. Darbi, Cons. Lit. to 6 Earls, 29 Lords and Great men, Cl. 20 R. 2. pars 1. dors. 15. the first writ issued Carissimo Avunculo suo Iohanni Duci Aquitaniae & Lancastriae, Cons. Lit. to 2 Dukes, 11 Earls, 38 Lords and Great men, Cl. 21 R. 2. parte 1. d. 27. the writ en∣tred is to him, Conim. Lit. to 3 Dukes, 1 Marquess, 6 Earls, 33 Lords and Great men, Cl. 23 R. 2. dors. 3. the writ entred issued Henrico Duci Lancast. &c. Cons. Lit. to 4 Dukes, one Marquess, 10 Earls, 34 Lords and Great men.

[ 55] The writs of Summons to the Temporal Lords all the reign of Henry the 4th. are entred next after those to the Spiritual Lords, having the same recitals and dates, with them forecited in the 1. Section: Of which take this ensuing short account. Cl. . H. 4. dorso 37. the writ entred issued, Henrico Duci Lancastriae, Cons. Lit. to 4 Dukes, 1 Marquess, 10 Earls, 34 Lords and Nobles, Cl. 1 H. 4. d. & Claus. 2 H. 4. parte 1. d. 3. the first writ entred is, Carissimo filio suo Henric Principi Walliae, et Duci Cornubiae, &c. 1 Duke, 10 Earls, 35 Lords and Great men Cl. 3 H. 4 d. 17. the like writ to the Prince of Wales, 1 Duke, 8 Earls, 32 Lords and Grandees, Cl. 5 H. 4. part 1. d. 28. & parte 2. d. 4. the first writ issued to the same Prnce, Cons. Lit. to 1. Duke, 7 Earls, 3 Lords and Great men, Cl. 7 H. 4. d. 30. t the Prince, 1 Duke, 7 Earls, 33 Lords, Barons and Great men, Cl. 8 H. 4. d. 2. the like writ to the Prince, 1 Duke, 8 Earls, 33 Lords and Grandees, Cl. 9. & 11 H. 4. d. 32. the writ entred issued to the Prince of Wales, Cons. Lit. to 1 Duke 8 Eals, 32 Lords and Page  183 Great men, Cl. 13. H. 4. d. 2. the writ is to the Prince of Wals. 1 Duke, 6 Earls, 32 Lords and Great Persons, Cl. 14 H. 4. dors. 22. the writ issued to Henry Prince of Wales, 5 Earls, 35 Lords and Great men.

The writs of Summns under King Henry the 5th to [ 56] the Temporal Lords, have the self-ame recitals, Pro∣logues, dates, with those to the Archbishops, and other Prelates forecited Section 1. The first writ entred Cl. 1 H. 5. dorse 9. issued, Carissimo fratri Regis Thomae Du∣ci Clarentiae, Cons. Lit. to 1 Duke, 9 Earls, 29 Lords and Grandees, Cl. 1 H. 5. d. 37. the writ entred issued, Ed¦ward Courteney Com. Devon. 6 Earls, 32 Lords and No∣bles, Cl. 2 H. 5. d. 16. the writ recorded at large is di∣rected, Thomae Duci Clarentiae & Com. Albemarliae, Cons. Lit. to 3 Dukes, 11 Earls, 28 Lords and Great men, Cl. 3 H 5. d. 15. the first writ entred issued Ra∣dulpho Com. Westmerland, 1 Earl, 17 Lords and Great men, Cl. 4 H. 5. d. 16. the writ recorded is directed Carissimo fratri suo Thomae Duci Clarentiae, &c. Cons. Lit. to 2 Dukes, 10 Earls, 24 Lords and Great men, Cl. 5 H. 5. d. 11. the writ registred is directed Caris∣simo Avunculo suo Thomae Duci Exon. Cons. Lit. to 3. Earls, 14 Lords and Great men, 7 H. 5. d. 9. the writ recorded is Carissimo Avunoulo suo Henrico Percy Com. Northumb. Cons. Lit. to 2 Earls, 13 Lords and Great men, Cl. 8. H. 5. d. 2. the writ entred issued Carissi∣mo fratri suo Johanni Duci Bedford, &c. Cons. Lit. to 1 Duke 6 Earls, 20 Lords and Great men, Cl. 9 H. 5. d. 13. the writ registred issued, Carissimo Consanguine suo Henrico de Percy Com. Northumb▪ 2 Earls, and but 13 Lords and Great men.

All the writs to the temporal Lords during the reign [ 57] of Henry the 6. are the same in the Prefaces and dates with those to the Bishops and Spiritual Lords, and en∣tred after them, being thus directed Cl. 1 H. 6. dors. 22. Carissimo Avunoulo suo Humfrido Duci Glouce∣striae, Cons. lit. to 1 Duke, 5 Earls, 16 Lords and Great men, Cl. 2 H. 6. d. 18. Humfrido Duci Gloucestr. 1 Page  184 1 Duke, 5 Earls, 15 Lords and Grandees, Cl. 3 H 6. d. 9. Carissimo Avuncul suo Thomae Duci Exon. 1 Duke, 6 Earls, 22 Lord and Grandees, Cl. 4 H. 6. d. 15. Carissimo Avunculo suo Johani Duci Bedfordiae to 3 Dukes more, 2 Elarls, 23 Lords and Great men, Cl. 5 H. 6. d. 4. Carissimo A••nculo su Humfrido Duci Gloucestriae, 1 Duke more, 4 Earls, 22 Lords and Great men, Cl. 7 H. 6. d. 2 Humfrido Duci Gloucestr. 1 Duke besides, 7 Earls, 26 Lords and Grandees, Cl. 9 H. 6. 18. Humfrido Duci Gloucestr. 5 Earls, 21 Lords and Great men, Cl. 10 H. 6. d. 10. Humfrido Duci Glou∣cestriae, 1 Duke, 6 Earls, 25 Lords ad Grandees, Cl, 11 H. 6. d. 10. Johanni Duci Bedfordiae, 2 Dukes more, 6 Earls, 26 Lords and Great men, Cl. 13 H. 6. d. 2. Caris, Avunculo suo Johanni Duci Bedfordiae, 2 other Dukes, 8 Earls, 26 Lords and Great men, Cl. 15 H. 6. d. 18. Humfrido Duci Gloucestriae, 1 Duke more, 7 Earls, 27 Lords and Great men, Cl. 18 H. 6. d. 33. Humfrido Duci Gloucestriae, 2 other Dukes, 6 Earls, 26 Lords and Great men, Cl. 20 H. 6. d. 27. Humfrido Duci Gloucestriae, 2 Dukes more, 11 Earls, 28 Lords and Great men, Cl. 23 H. 6. d. 2 Humfrido Duci Glou∣cestriae, 4 Dukes besides, 2 Marquesses, 7 Earles, 1 Vi∣count, 30 Lords and Noblemen, Cl. 25 H. 6. d. 24. & 26. Humfrido Duci Gloucestriae, 4 other Dukes, 2 Marquesses, 7 Earls, Vicount, 32 Lords and Great men, Cl. 27 H. 6. d. 24. Ricardo Duci Ebor. 3 other Dukes, 6 Earls, 1 Vicount, 39 Lords and Great men, Cl. 28 H. 6. d. 26. Willielmo Duci Suffolciae, 3 Dukes more, 7 Earles, 1 Vicount, 35 Lords and Great men; Cl. 29 H. 6. dors. 41. Ricardo Duci Eborum, 4 Dukes more, 9 Earls, 1 Vicount, 40 Lords and Great men, Cl. 31 H. 6. d. 36. Edwardo Duci Eborum, 4 Dukes besides, 12 Earls, 3 Vicounts, 36 Lords and Great men, Cl. 33 H. 6. d. 36. Ricardo Duci Eborum, 3 Dukes more, 11 Earls, 2 Vicounts, 35 Lord and Great men, Cl. 38 H. 6. d. 30. Henrico Duci Exoniae, 2 other Dukes, 9 Earls, 2 Vicounts, 35 Lords and Great men, Cl. 49 H. 6. d. 6. Page  185Carissimo consanguineo suo Georgio Duci Clareniae, 3 Dukes more, 7 Earls, 1 Marquess, 23 Lords and Great men.

The writs of Summons to Parliament issued by King [ 57] Edward the 4th to the Temporal Lords, agree in Pro∣logues, forms, and dates, (except in the Praemunientes, &c. with those to the Archbishops and Spiriual Lords in the 1. Section, and are thus directed, Cl. 1 E. 4. d. 35. Johanni Duci Norfolciae 4 Earl, 1 Vicount, 31 Lords and Great men Cl. 2 E. 4. d. 3. Dilcto & fi∣deli suo Ricardo Comii▪ Wrwici, 4 Ear, 37 Lords and Great men, C. 6. E. 4. d. 1. Carssimo Fratri suo Geo∣gio Duci Clareniae, 2 Dukes more, 10 Earls, 1 Mar∣quess, 36 Lords and Great men, Cl. 9 E. 4. d. 3. Ca∣rissimo, fratri suo Georgio Duci Clarentiae, 9 other Dukes 8 Earls, 23 Lords and Great men, Cl. 11 E. 4. d. 41 Carssimo fratri suo Georgio Duci Clarentiae, 3 Dukes more, 8 Earls, 25 Lords and Great men, Cl. 22 & 23 E. 4. d. 10. Carissimo suo filio Primogenitod∣wardo Principi Walliae, 4 Dkes more, 1 Marquee, 7 Earls, 32 Lords.

Having presented you with this Breviate of all the generall writs of Summons to Parliaments and Great Councils issued to the Temporal Lords from 49 H. 3. to 23 E. 4. I shall now give you a view of some extra∣ordinary special writs to some Temporal Lords and o∣thers, reducible to, and proper for this Section.

I shall begin within this Memorable writ to Roger de [ 58] Mortymer, Claus: 9 E 2▪ m. 20 dorso*

Rex dilecto et fideli suo Rogero de Mortuo-Mare de Wygmore, salutem; Cum vos tempore quo Parliamen∣tum nostrum usque Lincoln: in Quindna Sancti Hil∣larie prox futur: summoneri fecimus in partibus Hiber∣niae fuissetis, per quod Nos vobis non 〈◊〉 simus ad in∣teressendum dicto Parliamento; ac vos a dictis paribus Hiberniae usque regnum nostrum jam, ut accepimus, ac∣cessistis; ideo vobis mandamus in fide et homagio qui∣bus nobis tenemini firmiter injungentes, quod si ad Page  186 dictas partes Hibeniae citra▪ dictum Parliamentum non essetis regressuri, tunc eidem Parliamento nostro dictis die et loco modis omnibus personaliter intersiti, super negotiis Nos et statum Regni nostri rangntibus, pro quibus Parliamentum nostrum mandavimus convoari, Nobiscum et cum Magnatibus et Proceribus regni nostri tractaturi, vestrumque consilium impensuri. Et hoc nullo modo omittatis. T. Rege apud Clipston 17 die Januarii.

This Roger de Mortymer (a Baron of this Realm, as is evident by former Summons to him) being absent in Ireland when the writs of Summons to this Parliament first issued, was thereupon left out of the original writs and Lists of Summons; but the King being informed that he was returned into England, thereupon sent this special writ of Summons to him bearing date the 17 of Ianuary, (full 3. moneths after the first writs of Sum∣mons dated the 16 of October before) entred in another dorse apart from the other writs: His absence in Ire∣land, yea and return thither, about the publike affairs after this writ issued, before this Parliament sat, in the Kings and his Counsils opinions, being a sufficient ground to excuse his absence from Parliament, and to send no writ of Summons to him into Ireland. And if English Peers absence or residence in Ireland, be a just, legal ground to exempt them from summons to a Parlia∣ment held in England, much more then must Irish Peers and Lords, who are no Lords or Barons at all in Eng∣land, be totally exempted from all writs of Summons to the Parliaments of England, both in respect of their re∣moteness from England, of the great charge and dan∣ger in crossing the Seas to repair to them, and because they are obliged neither by their tenures, nor Patents, to resort to any English Parliaments, but only to the Parliaments held in Ireland, where only they are Peers and Lords of Parliament, and because they cannot at∣tend in two places at once, if a Parliament should be summoned in England and Ireland on or near the self∣same Page  187 time: Of which more hereafter in its proper place.

The next writ of this kinde I shall communicate to you, is this I meet with Claus. Ann. 35 E. 3. m. 36. dorso.* [ 59]

Rex dilecto et fideli suo Humfrido d Bohun Comiti Northampton: salutem. Qia terra nostra Hiberniae per molestationes a diu Hibernicorum inimicorum nostro∣rum (et) incursus propter impotentiam fideliū nostrorū habitantium in eodem regno, et pro eo quod Magna∣tes et alii de regno nostro Angliae terras in ea habentes, commodum dictarum terrarum suarum ab eadem terra capiunt, et defensionem aliquam non faciunt, jam tan∣tae vasticatis et destructionis miseriae subjicicur, quod nisi Deus averta, et celerius succurratur eidem ad to∣talem perditionem in prox. deducetur; per quod pro salvatione ejusdem ordinavimus, quod Leonellus Comes Vlton. filius noster carissimus, cum ingenti exercitu ad terram praedictam cum omni festinatione transmittaur, et quod omnes Magnates et alii de dicto regno nostro, terras in dicta terra Hiborniae habentes, qunto poten∣tius poterunt, in Comitiva dicti filii nostri proficiscen∣tur, vel si debiles in corpore existant 〈◊〉 alios suf∣ficientes ibidem mittant pro repulsion •••••orum ini∣micorum, et salvatione et defensione terrarum suarum et succursu terrae supradictae; Et pro dicto negotio ac∣celerando, volumus vobiscum, et cum aliis de eodem regno terras in dicta terra habentibus Colloquium ha∣bere et tractatum. Vobis in fide et ligeantia quibus No∣bis renemini firmiter injungentes mandamus, quod om∣nibus aliis intermissis, sitis personaliter apud West. in Quindena Pasch. prox. futur▪ adloquendum Nobiscum et Consilio nostro super dictis Negotiis, e illud concer∣nentibus, et ad faciend. et consentiend. super hoc quod ibidem contigerit ordinari. Et interim vos et homines vestros, quanto potencius et decentius poteritis ad ar∣ma paretis. Ita quod in vestri defectum progressus dicti filii nostri et exercitus sui non retardetur, nec dicta ter∣ra Page  188 amissionis periculo non subjaceat 〈◊〉 causa. Et hoc sicut Nos et honorem nostrum, ac salvationem et desensionem terrae praedictae diligitis nu••aenus omit∣atis. Et habea is ibi hoc breve. Teste Rege apd Wesm, 15 die Martii. Per ipsum Rgem et Cosilim.

Consimilia Brevia dirig•••• subscriptis de effedo coram Rege et Consilio suo ad dies subscriptos, viz, Rado. Com. Staff. Thomae Com. Oxen. David. de Strabol∣gi Com. Athol. Edw. le Despenser, 31 more. Abbati de Forneux, 3 Abbots and 5 Priors, Magistr. Thomae de Nevill, and 10 others, (whereof two were Prehends in Ireland: Ad••res Septimanas Paschae: All of them ha∣ving lands in Ireland. The writs to the Abbots, Priors Prebends, and some others, had this special clause ad∣ded to them, not in the writs issued to the Earls and o∣thers of the Laity. Sitis personaliter apud Westm. n tribus Septimanis Pasche prox. futur. vel si personaliter tunc ibidem interesse non commode possitis, tunc aliquem vel aliquos de quibus confiditis, ad diem et locum praedictos mit∣tatis, ad loquend. Nobiscum et Consilio nostro (ut supra.) Et interim homines vestros, &c. (ut supra us{que} nullatenus o∣mittatis, (tunc) Nos in Cancellariams nostram de nominibus illorum qu•• us{que} Westm. ex causa praedict a duxeritis desti∣nand. 〈…〉 diem praedictum distinctè et apertc certio∣res. Et habeats ibi tunc hoc Breve. Teste ut supra.

Rex dilecto sibi Mariae Comitissae Norff.alutem. Quia, &c. ut supra usque ibi, accelerando: et tunc sic) Volumus cum Magnatibus et aliis de eodem Regno terras in dicta terra Hiberniae habentibus, Colloquium habere et Tractatum. Vobis in ide et ligeantia quibus Nobis tenemini firmiter injungendo mandamus, quod omnibus aliis praetermissis, aliquem vel aliquos de qui∣bus confiditis apud Westm. mittatis. It a quod sit ibi in Tribus Septimanis Pasche prox. futur. ad loquend. Nobiscum et Consilio nostro super dictis Negotiis, et illud concernentibus, et ad faciend, et consentiend. no∣mine vestro suer hoc quod ibidem contigerit ordinari. Et interim homines vestros, &c. (ut supra usque) nul∣latenus Page  189 omittati. (Et tunc sic) Nos in Cancellarim no∣stram de hominibus illorm quos ••que Westm. ex cau∣sa praedicta dxeritis 〈◊〉 reddentes ad diem prae∣dictm 〈◊〉 et aperte ceriores. Et habeatis ibi tunc 〈◊〉 Breve〈◊〉 supra.

Consimilia Bre••• dirignur subscripris sub eadem data de essendo coram Rege et 〈…〉 ad dies sub∣scriptos, viz. Alianorae Comiissae Dormond, Annae le Depenser, ad Quindenam Paschae, Philippae Comitisae de la March, Agnets Comitissae Pmbroc, Mariae de Sancto Paulo Comitissae Pembroc, Matildae Comitissae Oxon. Katherinae Comitissae Ahol, Iohannae Fitz Wauter, Margeriae de Ros. Ad tres Septimanas Pasche.

The next writ is Claus. 36 E. 3. m. 42. dorso. very [ 60] sutable to the next preceeding.*

Rex dilecto et fideli suo Thom de Furnyvall falutem. Cum nuper in succursum terrae nostrae Hiberniae quae pro magna parte per potentiam Hibernicorum Inimicorum nostrorum quibus Fideles nostri in partibus illis resiste∣re non poterant, occupara et de••ructa suit, ad resistend. malitiae eorundem Inimicorum nostrorum, et ad ipsos expugnand. et debelland. Leonellum Comitem Ulton. fi∣lium nostrum carissimum cum non modico armatorum nmero destinavimus, qui ibidem a diu super salvatione terrae praedictae ad sumptus excessivos in isdem parti∣bus moratus est, et quamplures hominum suorum ex variis eventibus decesserunt, sic quia idem filius noster et fideles nostri cum ipso commorantes per potentiam dictorum Inimicorum nostrorum indies invalescente in maximo periculo sunt constituti. Et licet vobis sicut a∣liis fidelibus nostris de Regno nostro Angliae terras in dicta terra Hibrniae habentibus, per diverta Brevia man∣daverimus, quod vos cum hominibus ad arma armatis et agittariis quanto potentius possecis parere•••, et cum dicto filio nostro et aliis fidelibus nostris ad ter∣ram praedictam pro defenione ejusdem et terrarum ve∣strarum ibidem transiretis: Vos tamen ad terram il∣lam accedere, vel homines aliquos ibidem mittee non Page  190〈◊〉, in no•• contemptum, t dict hii notri et a∣liorum fidelium nostrorum in Comitiva sua existentium, 〈◊〉 terrae praedictae amissionis periculum manise∣stum, unde plurimum conturbamur, nec immerico, ac movemur, Vobis igitur in fide t ligeania quibus nobi••nmini, et sub forisfactione omnium quae Nobis forisfacere poteritis, mandamus firmiter injungentes; quod attentis periculis praedictis, omnibus dilationibus et excusationibus cessantibus, Vos et homines vestros quanto potentius, juxta flatus vestri decentiam poteri∣tis paretis, et arraietis ad transfretand. ad dictum fi∣lium nostrum ad dictas partes Hiberniae, cum eodem filio nostro, ac aliis fidelibus nostris ibidem existenti∣bus super salvatione et defensione terrae praeditae et terrarum vestrarum propriarum in parribus illis mora∣turi. ta quo sitis in dictis partibus Hiberniae in Quin∣dena Pasche prox. fuur. ad ultimum, prompti et parati ad terram praedictam, una cum aliis fidelibus nostris contra dictos Inimicos nostros defendend, et ipsos Ini∣micos nostros cum Dei adjutorio expugnand, et debel∣land. et malitiam corum propulsand. Et vos ipsi sitis coram Nobis et Consilio nostro apud Westm. die Vene∣ris in secunda Septimana Quadragesimae prox. futur. ad loquend. et tractand. super progressu vestro ad dictas partes Hibrniae, et ad aciend. quod vobis tune injun∣getur ex parte nostra. Et hoc sub forisfactur praedicta nullatenus omittatis. Teste Rege apud Westm. 10 die Febr. Per ipsum Regem.

Consimilia Brevia diriguntur subscriptis, de essendo coram Rege et Consilio suo ad diem praedictum sub ea∣dem data, Thomae Comii Oxon. and 41 Earls, Barons, Gentlemen, Abbots, Priors, and Clergymen more, who had lands in Irl. After whose names this writ follows.

Rex dilecto sibi Mara▪ Comitissae Norff. salutem, Cum in succursum, &c. (just as in the writ before) usque exnsationibus cessantibus; homines ad arma armatos et sagittarios ee munitos quanto potentius juxta status vestri decentiam poteritis, paretis et arraia∣tos Page  191 ad trans••• and. &c. (ut supra usque) expuland. Et aliquos vel aliquem de quibus, vel de quo specialiter confiditis, mittatis apud Westm. Ita quod sint ibidem die Veneris in secunda Septimana Quadragesimae prox. futur. ad loquend. et tractand. super progressu homi∣num vestrorum praedictorum ad dictas partes Hibernae, et ad faciend. quod tunc ibidem per Nos et Con••lium nostrum conigerit ordinari. Teste Rege apud Westm. 10 die Februarii.

Consimilia Brevia diriguntur subscriptis de essendo coram Rege et Consilio suo ad diem praedictum sub ea∣dem data, viz. Alianorae Comiissae Dormond, Philippae Comitissae Marchlae, Agneti Comitissae Pembroc. Ma∣riae de Sancto Paulo Comitissae Pembroc. Matildae Co∣mitissae Oxon. Katherinae Comitissae Athol, Annae le Dis∣penser, Iohannae Fitz-Wauter, Margaretae de Roos.

The next I shall transcribe, is this special writ of sum∣mons to the Prince of Wales, entred at large in Claus. 49 E. 3. m. 6. dorso. after the writs to the Archbi∣shops, Bishops, Abbots, Priors, Temporal Lords and Sheriffs to elect Knights and Burgesses, but before the writ to the Warden of the Cinque ports.

Rex carissimo Primogenito suo Edwardo Principi Wal∣liae, salutem. Cum super arduis et urgentibus negotiis Nos, et statum et defensionem Regni nostri, ac Ecclesiae Anglicanae contingentibus Parliamentum nostrum apud Westm. duodecimo die Februarii prox. futur. teneri or∣dinavimus; per quod per diversa Brevia nostra manda∣vimus singulis Prael▪ tis, Magnatibus, et Proceribus dic∣ti regni nostri quod ad dictum Parliamentum nostrum summoneri fecimus, quod ad dictum locum Westm. 12 die Febr. intersint super negotiis praedictis tractaturi suumque consilium impensuri. Et quia nolumus quod tam ardua negotia dicti regni absque avisamento et consilio vesro tract entur, et drigantur; Vobis man∣damus quod apud dictum locum Westm, ad dictum duo∣decimum diem Februar. in propria persona vestra, n∣tersits Nobiscum, ac cum Praelatis, Magnaibus, t Page  192〈◊〉 praedics super dictis negoi, 〈◊〉 vestrumque consilium impensuri. Teste ut supra.

[ 62] The next writ wherewith I shall here present you is that of Clause, 21 R. 2. m. 9. dorso. which is very ob∣servable.*

Rex carissimo Avunculo suo Iohanni Duci Aquitaniae et Lancastriae, salutem. Quia de assensu Praeatorum, Procerum et Magnatum regni nostri Angliae in Parlia∣mento nostro apud Westm di Lunae prox. post festum Exaltationis Sanctae Crucis prox. praeterito summoneri fecimus existentium, pro quibusdam arduis et urgenti∣bus negotiis et materiis in eodem Parliamento adhuc pendentibus, quae adhuc commode terminari non 〈◊〉 ac aliis causis sais evidentibus, dictum Parlia∣mentum usque Quindenam Sancti Hillarii prox, futur▪ apud Salop, in stat quo nunc fuit duximus prorogand. et continand. Vobis in fide et ligeantia quibus Nobis tenemini firmiter injungendo mandamus, quod apud Salop in Qnindena praedicta cum familia et 〈◊〉 sta∣••• vestro congruis, et non cum multi••dine genium, nec alio modo quam tempore Domini Edwardi nuper Regis Angliae Avi nostri et nostro, aniquitus et com∣muni er fieri consuevi, personaliter intersiis, Nobiscum et 〈◊〉 Praelatis, Proceribus, et Magnatibus dicti regni no 〈◊〉 super causis, negotiis, et materiis antedictis fina∣lier tractaturi, vestrumque Consilium impensuri, abin∣de abque licentia nosra speciali minime recessuri. T. R. apud Westm. 5. die Novembris.

Consimi••• Brevia sub eadem data, issued to 5. Dukes more, one Marquess, 6 Earls, and 33 Lords, Barons, and Great men.

[ 63] I shall end this Section with this remarkable writ of Summons and Resummons recorded in Claus. 1 R. 2. m. 13. dors. (after the List of the Lords names) isued to William de Dacre.

Rex dilecto et fideli suo Willielmo de Dacre salutem. Cum nuper de avisam nto Consilii nostri pro quibusdam arduis et urgentibus negotiis Nos, statum et defensio∣nem Page  193 Rega nostra Agli•• et Eccle••• Anglicanae concer∣nentibs quoddam Parliamentum nostrum apud West. in crastino Purificationis beatae Mariae pro. futur. 〈◊〉 ordinavimus. Et licet per breve nostrum vobis in fide et ligeantia qibus Nobis tene mini firmiter in∣jungendo mandavemu, quod cessan•• exusaione quaunque dictis die et loco personaliter inter•••• No∣biscum, ac cum Praelatis, Magnatibus, et Procebus Regni nostri praedicti super negotiis praedictis tractatu∣ri, vestrumque consilim impens••i. Vos tamen man∣dato nostro praedicto minime parentes, ad Parliamentum praedictum dictis die et loco, 〈◊〉 huca que vene non curas•••▪ in nosta contemptum manife••um. Et quia Parliamentum praedictum usqe in dem Lunae in 〈◊〉 Quin 〈◊〉 Paschae prox. futur. duximus contin∣and. Vobis in fide et ligeania vestris praedictis injun∣gimus et mandamus, quod excusatione quacunque ces∣sane ad locum praedictum in Quindea praedict perlo∣nalter intersiis Nobiscum, et cum Praelatis, Magnati∣bus▪ et Proceribus dicti Regni nostri super negotiis praedictis tractaturi, vestrumque Consilium impensuri, ABINDE ABSQUE LICENTIA NOSTRA SPE∣CIALI MINIME RECESSURI. ET HOC SUB GRAVI PAENA, PER [NOS] ET DOMINOS IBIDEM TUNC PRAESENTES LIMITAND NUL∣LATENUS OMITTATIS. Teste nt supra.

Per ipsum Regem et Consilium.

Consimilia Brevia diriguntur subscriptis sub adem data viz. Iohi. de Welle Chr. Iohi. Gray de Codonore, Willo. Botreaux Chr. Iohi le Warre, Chr. Iohi. de Montea∣cuto Chr. Phil••po le Dispenser Chr.

By which writ it is apparent, 1. That if any Lord neglect or refuse to appear upon the first writ of Sum∣mons issued to him, that the King may resummon him by a second writ, as here he did these Lords. 2ly, That the not appearing in Parliament upon the first writ of Summons, through negligence, wilfulness, or without lawful excuse made for it, is a manifest contempt to the Page  194 King; That no Peers summoned to Parliaments ought to depart whiles the Parliament coninues, without the Kings special license; 4ly, That the not appearing of any Peer when summoned, or his departure from Par∣liament, without the Kings special license, is to be pu∣nished with such a heavy and deserved penalty as the other Lords sitting in Parliament shall limit and inflict, not the King himself without the Lords.

Usefull Annotations and Observations upon the precedent Writs to the Prince of Wales, King of Castel and Leon, Dukes, and other Temporal Lords and Barons, and the lists of their names recorded after them.

1. I Observe, and must inform the Readers, that in some few Clause Rolls, there are writs of Summons entred only to Earls, and other secular Lords, without any writs to Archbishops, Bishops, Abbots and Spiritu∣al Lords, who no doubt had like writs then isued to them, though not registred in the Rolls, as the Lords writs attest.

2. That in the Rolls where in they both are registred, the writs to the Temporal Lords are now and then en∣tred, before those to the Archbishops, Bishops and Spi∣ritual Lords; but most usually they follow them.

3. That they are commonly entred both together on the self-same dorse▪ or membrana, & their recials, cla∣ses for the most part the same in terminis; except in the Praemunentes, &c. which is peculiar to the Archbishops and Bishops writs; or in the clauses, or Homagio et li∣geantia quibu, Nobi tenemini; which is peculiar to the Temporal Lords; and never used in the writs to the Bishops, Abbots, and Eclesiastical Lords; but in fide Page  195 & 〈◊〉 quibus Nobis tnmini, only; which is oft times inserted into the writs to the Temporal Lords, and others of the Laity, not peculiar only to the Clergy; as in homagio & ligantia are to the Temporlly. The reason whereof I conceive to be gronded on that of Littleton in his Chapter of Homage, Sect. 86. If an Ab∣bot or Prior, or other man of Religion (which extends to all Archbishops, Bishops, Den, Parsons, Prebends and other Ecclesiastical bodies Politick) shall do homage to his Lord, he shall not say, IEO DEVEIGNE VOSTR & HOME (whence Homage hath its name and derivation, as all Temporal Lords and Laymen ought to doe, when they do their homage to the King or other Lords) be∣cause he hath professed himself, PUR ESTRE TANT SOLEMENT LE HOME DE DEU; But he shall 〈◊〉 say, I do Homage unto you, and to you I shall be true and faithfull, and faith to you bear for the Tenements which I hold of you; In which respect, Glanvil lib. 9. c. 1, 2. Bracton. 78. F. Britton cap. 68. & 〈◊〉. 3 cap. 16. resolve. S••endum st quod 〈◊〉 liber 〈◊〉as∣culus quam famina, Clericus et Laicus, major & minor, dum tamen electi in Episcopos; POST CONSER ATIO∣NEM HOMAGIUM NON FACIUNT, quicquid ecerunt anie, sed TANTUM FIDELITATEM. Con∣ventus atm HOMAGIUM nec faciet de Iure, sicu NE ABBAS, NEC PRIOR, o quod tenent nomine alieno, scilicet nomine Ecclesiarum: as Sir Ed. Cook like∣wise observes in his 1. Institutes, f. 65. b. So that they doing no homage properly so stiled to the King, after their consecrations, nor using the words (I become your man, if we credit Lttleton) in making their homage as the Temporal Lords do. Therupon (I conjecture) the writs of Summons command the Temporal Lords and Laity to appear, &c. in fide t homagio, et in ide et lige∣antia quibus Nobis tenemini; but the Prelates, Spiritual Lords, and other Clergy, only in fide et dilectione, they being bound to swear fealty and Allegiance to our Kings for the Freehold Lands and Temporaties they held of Page  196 him ••xcept only those that hold in Frankalmigne, as 29 E. 3. f. 38. a. Littleton Sect. 91, 92, 93. Sir Edw. Cook in hi 1. Instiutes on these Sections, and other Law-books resolve. For this I shall produce one me∣morable Record; a••uring us, that all the Archbishops, Bishops, Abbos, Priors and Clergy both in England and Ireland, did, and of right ought to swear fealty to the King, as well as the Temporal Lords and Commons, and prescribing Commissioners in Ireland to receive it from them;

Venerabiii in Christo Patri edem gratia Midden. Episcopo, et dilectis et fidelibus su∣is Mauricio filio Mauricii Justiciario suo Hiberniae, et Mgistro Iohanni de Smford Escheatori suo Hiberniae salutem. Cum defuncto jam celebris memoriae Do∣mino Henrico Rege patre nostro (cujus animae propi∣cietur Alissimus) ad Nos regni Angliae gubernacu∣lum, et errae Hiberniae Dominium pertineant, ob quod PRAELATI, Comites et Proceres, et Com∣munitas Regni nostri Nobis, tanquam Domino suo ligio et Regi, FIDELITATIS JURAMENTUM, et omnia alia quae Nobis ratione Coronae et Dignitatis Regiae ab ipsis fieri et praestari Nobis in absentia no∣stra poterun, plenariè et sine omissione aliqua prom∣pto et libenti animo PRAESTITERINT; AC, AR∣CHIEPISCOPI, EPISCOPI, ABBATES, PRIO∣RES, Comites, Barones, Miites, liberè tenentes, ac tota Communitas terrae nostrae HIBERNIAE, NOBIS tanquam REGI ET DOMINO SUO IGIO, CONSIMILE SACRAMENTUM FIDELITATIS PRAESTARE TENEANTUR; Dedimus obis po∣testatem recipiendi nomine nostro FIDELITATEM IPSORUM. Ia tamen quod si vos; omns interesse ne quiveritis, tunc duo vel••us vestrum qui prae ens¦u rit nihilominus plenaim hab at potestatem reci∣piendi nomine nostro FIDELITATEM IPSORUM in forma praedicta. Et id o vobi mandamus quod FIDELITATEM PRAEDICTAM nomine nostro recipiatis, prout, melius videbiis expedire. In cu∣jus Page  197 &c. 〈…〉Westm. 7 die Sept. An. 1 E 1.
Hence I finde this IURAMENTVM EPISCOPORVM; in Tttles Magna Charta, printed London 1556. f. 164. b. being nothig else but the form of the Oth of Fealty, which the Bishops took to our Kings before they received their Temporalties out of their hands, being the same in substance, which the King ofbSots an his Tempora Lords, and English Barons and Laymen, usually made to King Edward the 1. and his Successors coninued 〈◊〉 these later times. Ieo serra soall et loyall, et oy et lo∣altie por••ray AV ROY & A SES HIRES, ROYS DE ANGLITERRE, de vie et de, membres, et de ter∣rene honour contre tout gentz qui pyent vivre et mounir. Et loyament monstray, et loyalment ferray les services qui appendent a la temporaltie de Levesque de M. la quelle eo claimor de tenir de vous, et laquelle vous me rendes. Si moy ayde Dieu et ses Saints. This Oath of Felty, as c Sir Edward Cook and others affirm, was first invent∣ed, and generally prescribed to all persons above 12 years of age, by our famous British King Arthur; who by vertue thereof, ex pulit SARACENOS et Inimices egno. But this certainly is a meer fable, and gross mis∣take; (which I admire Mr. Lambard. and Sir Edward Cook observed not;) for the Saxacens never invaded Eng∣land in any age, neither were they expelled the Realm by King Arthur; but the Saxons, who had then and formerly possessed themselves of a great part of Britain, were vanquished and expelled by him in the years of grace 518, 520, 522, as Matt. Westminster,dGeoffry Man∣mouth, Tho. Walsingham, ande other of our Histori∣ans relate; yet not by vertue of this Oath, (which no Historian mention) but of his arms and 〈◊〉; this Oath (as I concive) being rath rinvented by our Saxon Kings, than Kig Arthur; and first prescribed by this Law of King Edmund son of Adelstan (made atfCu∣linton by advice of his Bishops and wise men, about the year 944. Lex 1.) Ut omnes jurent in nomine Domini &c. Page  198 FIDELII ATEM Edmundo Reg., SICVT HOMO DEBET ESSE FIDELIS DOMINO SUO; sine om∣ni controversia et seditione in manifesto et occulto, &c. Et quod ANTEQVAM IURAMENTUM HOC DA∣BITUR, ut nemo concelet hoc in fratre vel proximo suo plus quam in extraneo. This Oath thus instituted, was* backed by the Laws of Edw. the Confessor, & of Will, the Conq. (Lex 78, 79.) published byg Mr. Selden: in whose reign all Bishops before their Consecrations did Homage to the K. as well as Fealty for their Temporalties; Which though Archbishop Anselm opposed, yet at last it was h agreed between King Henry the first and him, by assent of the Bshops, Abbots, Lords and Great men in a Parliamentary Council held in August Anno 107. Vt nullus ad Praelattonem electus PRO HOMAGIO QUOD REGI FACERET consecratione suscepti honoris priva∣etur. Which Law and usage continued under King Henry the second, as is evident by this passage of Glan∣vil, l. 9. c. 1. who writ and was chief Justice under him. Electi vero in Episcopos ante consecrationem HOMAGIA SVA FACERE SOLENT. What solemn publike Oathes of Allegiance and Fidelity Bishops and other Clergymen, as well as the Temporal Lords & Commons, have heretofore and of late years made to our Kings and their heirs, you may read at leasure in the Exact Abridgement of the Records in the Tower, p. 427, 657, 663, 25 H. 8. c. 20. 22. 26 H. 8. c. 7. 10. 35 H. 8. c. 1. 1 Eliz. c. 2, 3. 5 Eliz. c. 1. 3 Jac. c. 3. 5. 7. Jac. c. 6. I shall only present you with one more thus record∣ed in the Clause Roll of 11 E. 4. m. 1. dorso.

Memorand, quod tertio die Iulii Anno regni Regis Ed∣wardi Quarti undecimo apud Westm. in Camera Parlia∣menti, Venerabilis Pater Thomas Cardinalis Archiepisco∣pius Cantuar, ac alii Domini Spirituales et Temporales, ac etiam quidam Milites quorum nomina subscribuntur, fece∣runt Recognitionem, Iuramentumque praestiterunt Edwar∣do primogenito dicti Domini nostri Regis Edwardi Quarti, illustri Principi Walliae, Duci Cornub, & Comiti CestriaePage  199 in forma sequenti, & ad corroborationem praemissrum sin∣guli corum manibus propries scripserunt sua Nomina.

I Thomas Cardinal Archbishop of Canterbury know∣ledge, take and repute you Edward Prince of Wallys, Duke of Cornwall, and Earl of Chester, first begotten so of our Soveraign Lord Edward the fourth, King of Eng∣land, and of France, and Lord of Ireland, to be very and undoubted heir to our said Soveraign Lord as to the Crowns of England and France; and Lordship of Irland; and promi••e and swear, that in case hereafter it hap∣pen you by Gods disposition to overlive our said So∣veraign Lord, I shall then bear, and in all things truly and faithfully behave me towards you and your heirs, as a true and 〈…〉 Subject ought to behave 〈◊〉 to his Soveraign Lord and right wy King of England, &c. So help me God and holy domes, and the Evange∣lists.

  • T. 〈…〉
  • G. 〈◊〉
  • T. London Episc.
  • Her. Dunlm.
  • W. Episc. Winton.
  • G. Clrence.
  • R. Gloucester. Norff.
  • H. Buckyngham.
  • I. uff.
  • Arundell.
  • H. Essex.
  • E. Kent.
  • Riverirs.
  • I. Wiltshire.
  • W. 〈◊〉, Prior Hospt. S Iohannis.
  • E. Arundall Mautravers.
  • A. Gray.
  • I. Fenis.
  • R. E••sc. Sarum.
  • W. 〈…〉
  • T. 〈◊〉
  • R. Bathonien.
  • E. Carliol.
  • R. Beauchamp.
  • Sir Robrt Fenys.
  • Bourgchier.
  • T. Bourchier.
  • W. Par.
  • I. Dudley.
  • I. Audley. Dace.
  • Edw••do Bergaveny.
  • I. Strange.
  • I. Scrop.
  • W. Ferrers.
  • Berners.
  • Hasting.
  • Page  200 Moutjoy.
  • Dynham.
  • Howard.
  • Duras.
  • I. Pilkngton.
  • W. Beadon.
  • W. Courtenay.
  • T. Mullineux.
  • Raulf Ashto.

The first who brought Homage into England for ought I can finde, was William the Conqueror, and his Normans, who equally imposed it, on all Bishops, Abbos and Clergymensas well as on the Laity, in the self-same words and form for ought appears. How Bish∣ops & Abbots came to be exempred from doing homage for their Temporalties to our Kings after their conse∣cra••ons I have already touched & shall here further de∣clare for the informaion of those of my own profession:

AbbotaIngulphs records,

〈◊〉 mulcis armis retroactis (even from King Ehleds reig) ulla e∣lectio Praelatorum erat merè iera ••canonica, ed omnes divnitaes tam Episcoporum quam Abba∣tum per Annulum et Baculnm Regis curia pro sna complacentia conferebat; his 〈…〉 King William the Conquerot, who first bought theb word and service of HOMAGE out of Normandy into England, and at his Coronation at Lo∣don Ann. 1067. HOMAGIIS à Magnatibus (as well of the Clergy as Laity) acceptis, cum FIDELITA∣TIS JURAMENTO, obsidibusque acceptis, in reg∣no confirmatus, omnibus qui ad regnum aspiraverant factus est terrori, as Matthew Paris, p. 4. and Mat∣thew Westminster p. 1. relate.c Ann. 1072. He re∣ceived homage from the King of Scots. And Anno 1079 He entred Wales with a numerous Army, sub∣dued it, et a Regnlis 〈◊〉 ditionis HOMAGIA & FIDELITATES ACCEPT. Anno 1083. Ce∣pit HOMAGIA Ordinum totius Angliae, et JURAMENTUM FIDELITATIS, cu∣jusunque essent endi el senementi; And apud Londonias HOMINIUM SIBI FACERE, et contra omnes homines FIDELITATEM JURARE OM∣NEM Page  201 ANGLIAE INCOLAM IMPERANS (there∣fore Bishops, Abbots and Clocks, as well as Laymen) totam terram descripsit, &c.
asdIngulphus in∣forms us flourishing in that age. The Pope being much offended that Kings should thus conferre Bisho∣pricks, Abbies, and other Ecclesiastical dignities Per Annulum et Baculum, and that Bishops, and Abbots should thus doe Homage and Felty to them, and be∣come their men, as well as Lick, (as being a grand im∣pediment to their Supreme Authority over Emperors, Kings and Princes of the earth, strenuosly attempted by Pope Hil lebrand;) thereupon Pope Urban the 2d. Ans. 1095. in ae Council held at Claremount ordained,
Ut Episcopi, vel Abbates, vel aliquis de Clero ali∣quam Ecclesiasticam dignitatem de manu Principum, vel quorumliber Laicorum, non recipiant.
And this not prevailing, in another Council held by this f Pope at Rome, Anno 1099.
Urbanus Papa ex∣communicavit omnes Laicos investituras Ecclearum dantes, et omnes easdem investituras de manibs Laicorum accipientes, necnon omnes in officium sic dati honoris consecrantes. Excommunicavit etiam eos, qui pro Ecclesiasticis Honoribus LAICORUM HOMINES FIUNT id est, HOMAGIUM INE∣UNT as learnedg Sir Hen. Spelman truly expounds it.) Dicens minus execrabile videri, ut manus quae in tantam eminentiam excreerant, ut quod nulli Angelorum concessumest, ut Deum cuncta creantem suo signaculo CREANT (mark the blasphemy and contradiction) et eundem ipsum pro salute totius mundi Dei Patris obtutibus offerant, in hanc igna∣viam vel stulitiam detrudantur; ut ancillae fiant eorum manuum quae diebus et noctibus obscenis con∣tactibus inquinantur, sive rapinis et injustae sanguinis effusione addictae maculantur. Et ab omnibus est cla∣matum, fiat, fiat, et in his consummatum est concii∣um.
HereuponhAnselm Archbishop of Canterbury, a Burgundian by birth, and great Creature of the Popes, Page  202 peremptorily refused to consecrate any Bishops, who received their Investiures per annulum baculum from the King, or to have any communion with those who were thus invested and consecrated by the Archbishop of Yorke in his absence; denying to do any homage or fealty to King Henry the 1. after his revocation by him from his exile under Will. Rufus, without the Popes license; affirming,
Volente DEO NVLLIVS MOR∣TALIS HOMOFIAM, nec per Sacramenū alicui FIDEM PROMITTAM. Hereupon Rex, Regni∣que Proceres, Episcopi, et cujuscunque generis aulici praeter Regni consuetudinem ab Anselmo factiatum indignè ferentes asserebant sese nunquam tam iniquo Papae decreto assensos vel assensuros, et potius tam Anselmum regno exterminaturos et ab Ecclesia Ro∣mana penitus discesuros, quam hanc Papae sententiam A IURE REGIO, REGNIQUE CONSUETUDI∣NE PRORSUS ALIENAM, ratam haberent.
After many publike meetings and debates between the King, Prelates, Nobles and Anselm about this business, it was agreed, that Anselm, and William Werelast the Kings Ambassadour, should goe to Rome to Pope Pas∣chal the 2. and debate this business before him; where the said William appearing, and vehemently urging be∣fore the Pope in the Kings behalf;
Dedecus ei, et videri et esse, si Antecessorum suorum jura perderet, quos ipse et animi magniudine, et opum affluentia longe praerivit, &c. Adding in the close; Quod Do∣minus meus nec pro amissione Regni patietur sibi Ec∣clesiarum investituras auferri.
To which the inso∣lent Pope presently replied with a stern countenance.
Nec ego pro capitis sui redemptione eum investitu∣ras permittam impune habere;
Whereupon they decreed the cause for Anselm against the King; and in a Synod at Lateran, ratified the former Decree of Pope Urban in the Council at Rome; which this Pope by his consolatory Epistle tom) Anselm informed him of, in∣couraging him openly and boldly to appear and speak in Page  203 this cause for the Churches divine Liberty. Anselm hereupon wrote thus to King Henry (inviting him to return into England, and to doe him that service as his predecessors had done to his Ancestors)n
Ut au∣tem sim vobiscum ita ut Antecessor meus erat cum patre vestro, facere non possum, quia NEC VOBIS HOMAGIVMFACERE, nec accipientibus de manu vestra Investituras Ecclesiarum propter praedictam (Pa∣pae) Prohibitionem me audiente factam, audeo commu∣nicare.
But thoughoLudovicus Crassus K. of France was so pusillanimous, as by his Charter, dated An. 1137. to exempt his Archbishops, Bishops and Clergy from doing any Homage or Fealty to him for their temporalties be∣fore, or after their Consecrations, granting them, Quod canonicam omnino gauderent libertatem ABSQVE HOMAGII, IURAMENTI, seu fidei primum da∣tae, obligatione; Yet K. Hen. the first, though he were contented at last to part with his investitures to Bisho∣pricks and Abbies, yet he would upon no terms exempt any Bishops or Abbots from the homage due unto him for their temporalties, after their elections, and before their Consecrations, not from the Oath of Fealty; they alwayes doing homage to him and his Succes∣sors, at least wise before their consecrations, though seldom after them, and that in the self-same form as Laymen did, (without omitting this Clause, I become your man) as appears by Glanvil, l. 9. c. 1. Bracton, l. 2. c. 35. Fleta, l. 3. c. 16. Britton, ch. 66 of Homages; and 17 E. 2. Of the manner of doing Homage and Fealty; prescribing only one and the self-same form of homage as well to the Clergy as Laity, as well as the same Oath of Fealty, which they equally performed, though Littleton (and he alone) makes a difference between their forms of Homage. Hence in the Parliament at Salisbury, Anno Dom. 1116.
Comites & Barones CUM CLERO TOTIUS REGNI in praesentia Re∣gis Henrici 1. sibi et Willielmo filio suo HOMAGIUM FECERUNT & FIDELITATEM IURAVERUNT,
Page  204 as thep Chronicle of Bromton, andq other of our Historians record. I shall illustrate this discourse tou∣ching Homage and Fealty, with these memorable clauses in the Charter of King Stephen, touching the agreement made between him and Henry Duke of Normandy, &c. in ar Parliamentary Assembly of the Bishops and o∣thers of the Realm at Wallingford. Anno Gratiae 1153. wherein King Stephen declaring him the right heredita∣ry heir to the Crown of England after his death; and he reciprocally agreeing, that Stephen should enjoy the Crown and Kingdom quietly, without interruption by him during his life; thereupon,
Dux propter hunc honorem et donationem et confirmationem sib à me factam, HOMAGIUM michi, et Sacramento securi∣tatem fecit, scilicet, quod fidelis michi erit, et vitam et honorem meum pro suo pose custodier, per con∣ventiones inter Nos praelocutas, Ego etiam secui∣tatem Sacramento Duci feci, quod vitam et honorem ei pro posse meo custodiam, et sicut fiium & hae∣redem meum in omnibus in quibus potero eum ma∣nuenebo, et custodiam contra omnes quos poero. Willielms autem filius meus HOMAGIUM et secu∣ritatem Duci fecit, &c. Comites & Barones Ducis qui homines mei nunquam fuerunt, pro honore quem Domino suo fci, Homagium et Sacramentum michi fecerunt, salvis conventionibus inter me et Ducem factis. Coeteri vero qui ante Homagium michi fece∣rant, fideliatem michi fecerunt sicut Domino. Et si Dux à praemissis receerit, omnino a servicio ipsius cessarent, quousque errara corrigeret, &c. Comites etiam et Barones mei LIGIUM HOMAGIUM DUCI FECERUNT, salva mea fidelitate quamdiu vixero, et regnum tenuero. Simili lege, quod si go à praedictis recederem, omnino à servicio meo cesta∣rent quousque errata corrigerem. Cives etiam Civia∣tum et homines Castrorum quae in Dominio meo ha∣beo ex praecepto meo homagium et securitatem Duci fecerunt, salva fidelitate mea quamdiu vixero et reg∣num tenuero. Archiepiscopi, Episcopi atque Abba∣tes Page  205 de regno Angliae ex praecepto meo FIDELITATEM SACRAMENTO DUCI FECERUNT. Illi quo∣que qui in regno Angliae Episcopi deinceps fint vel Abbates, IDEM FACIENT.

In the Recognition of the antient Customs of thes Realm of England used in the reign of King Henry the 1. and his Ancestors, quae observari debebant in regno & ab omnibus teneri; drawen up and agreed upon Febr. 8. Anno Dom. 1164. in the famous Parliamentary Coun∣cil of Clarindon, in the presence of the King, and of all the Archbishops, Bishops, Abbots, Priors, Earls, Barons and Great men of the Realm; who all juraverunt & fir∣miter in verbo veritatis promiserunt viva voce, tenendas et observandas Domino Regi et HAEREDIBUS SVIS, bona fide et absque malo ingenio in perpetuum; I finde these Articles pertinent to my purpose,

Archiepiscopi, Episcopi, et universae personae regni, qui de Rege te∣nent in capite, habeant possessiones suas de Rege sicut Baroniam, et inde respondeant Justiciariis et Mini∣stris Regiis, et fequentur et faciant OMNES CON∣SUETUDINES REGIAS; et sicut caeteri Barones debent interesse judiciis Curiae regis cum Baronibus quousque pervenitur ad diminutionem membrorum, vel ad mortem. Cum vacaverit Archieplscopatus, Episcopatus vel Abbatia, vel Prioratus in dominio Regi, esse debet in manu ipsius, et inde percipiet omnes reditus et exitus, sicut Dominicos reditus su∣os. Et cum ventum fuerit ad consulendum Ecclesiam, debet Dominus Rex mandare poiores personas Ec∣clesiae, et in Capella ipsius Regis debet fieri electio, assensu ipsius Regis et Concilio personarum regni, quas ad haec faciendum advocaverit, et IBIDEM FACIET ELECTUS HOMAGIVM & FIDELI∣TATEM REGI, SICVT LIGIO DO MINO SVO., de vita sua et de membris, et de honore terreno, sal∣vo ordine suo, priusquam consecretur.
Indeed An∣gelus de Clavasio in his Summa Angelica Tit. Homagi∣um, and other Canonists hold it to be Symonie and un∣lawfull, Page  206prore' spirituali, puia Beneficio Ecclesiastico HO∣MAGIUM EXIGERE: But our Lawes resolve it an antient Legal duty and Service: Of which see more in Spelmanni Glossarium, Tit. Fidelitas & Homagium, in William Somners Glossarium, Tit. Homagium, and in Bracton, Britton and Fleta.

4. That this clause in the writs to the Temporal Lords in fide & homagio, implies they were all (or most) Barons by tenure. And whereasa Sir Ed. Cook, and b Sir Henry Spelman assert, That of antient time, the temporal Lords were commanded by the Kings writ thus to appear, In fide et homagio quibus Nobis tenemini, and in the reign of Edward 3. in fide et ligeantia, and sometimes in fide et homagio, but at this day constantly, in fide et ligeantia; because at this day there are no feu∣dal Baronies, in respect whereof Homage is to be done; which in 21 E. 3. was the true cause of this alteration: If this observation of theirs, That in fide et homagio, feodales propriè respiciat Barones, denoting only such Barons who were Barons by tenure, or Barony, for which they did their Homage and swore Fealty and Allegiance to the King: then this is a most convincing argument, that all the Lords and Barons summoned before 11 E. 3. were Barons only by tenure, not by writ alone, because they were all regularly summoned to appear in fide et homa∣gio, not in fide et ligeantia: 2ly. It is a clear mistake, that this alteration of homagio into ligeantia, was made in 21 E▪ 3. for it was not till 25 E. 3. pars 1. dors. 5. in fide et homagio, being used both in the writs of 21, 22, 23, & 24 E. 3. 3ly. The reason of this alteration could not be this they rendr, because all or most of the Lords and Barons then summoned, did not hold of the King by Barony; but were Barons only by writ, not tenure; First, because all the writs to the Prince of Wales,and Earls then summoned (who held of the King by Homage and Barony) issued in this form in fide et ligeantia to them, as well as to the inferiour Lords and Barons. 2ly, Be∣cause the self-same Prince, Earls, Lords summoned in Page  207 this form in 25 E. 3. in the very next years of 26 E. 3. d. 14. and 27 E. 3. d. 12. were twice summoned again, i fide, homagio et ligeantia quibus Nobis tenemini, and 28 E. 3. d. 26. in fide et homagio; after in 29 E. 3. d. 8. 7. 31 E. 3. d. 21. & 1. they are summoned in fide et ligean∣tia; but yet in 32 E. 3. d. 14. 36 E. 3. d. 16. 37 E. 3. d. 22. 38 E. 3. d. 3. 39 E. 3. d. 2. 42 E. 3. d. 22. 43 E. 3. d. 24. 46 E. 3. d. 9. all the writs to the Prince, Earls, Lords and Barons, run again in fide et homagio only: and some between and after them in fide et ligeantia only, though issued to the self-same persons, or their heirs: There∣fore ligeantia, in these and subsequent writs, is put only as a Synonima, signifying only Homagium; as the cou∣pling them together in two writs, in fide, homagio et ligeantia, and the placing of Homagio thus interchangea∣bly for ligeantia, and ligeancia for homagio, evidence be∣yond contradiction: The rather, because there is the highest promise and bond of Allegiance expressed in the very words, and form of homage done to the King (as the words,*I become your man from this day forwards of life and member, and of earthly worship, and unto you shall be true and faithfull, and bear you faith, and this clause, saving the faith that I owe unto our Soveraign Lord the King, when done to a common person) import: and Glanvil l. 9. c. 1. Bracton l. 2. c. 35. Fleta l. 3. c. 16. Sir Edward Cook in his 1 Institutes on Littletons Chapter of Homage, Sir Hen. Spelman, and Somner in their Glos∣saries Tit. Homagium & Fidelitas, at large demonstrate; Therefore homage may be properly stiled ligeantia, and be put in lien of homagio, as doubtless it is in all those writs that use it. 3ly. I findc sundry Homages for Dutchies, Earldoms and Baronies, done to our Kings by the Duke of Aquitain, the Dke of Hereford, Henry Percy, the Duke of Norfolk, and other Peers, who were then and afterwards summoned in fide et ligeantia, not homagio; and I doubt Sir Edward Cooke and those of his opinion, can hardly name any Dukes, Earls, Vicounts, Lords or Barons, summoned to Parliament under HenryPage  208 the 3. R. 2. H. 4, 5, 9. or E. 4. who was not a Lord by Tenure or Barony, as well as by Patent, or a special writ of creation, the very names of their Baronies asd Sir Edward Cooke, ande Mr. Selden inform us, be∣ing usually expressed in all later writs of Summon: Therefore this their conjecture of altering the writs from homagio to ligeantia, because they held not by ho∣mage, must needs be erronious, and groundless in my judgemen, and the assertions of such who hold, that the Kings bare general writs of summons, issued to those who held not by Barony, did create them and their is∣sues Barons, if they sate in Parliament without any special creation by some Clauses in the writs, or by Pa∣ent, grounded on this mistake, must vanish into smoke; else that Clause of creation in the writ to Sir Henry Bromfleet, Cl. 27 H. 6. d. 24. would have been both superfluous and ridiculous.

5ly. That this clause, in fide et homagio; or, in fide & ligeantia quibus Nobis tenemini, is sometimes omitted out of the writs of Summons to the Prince of Wales, and other times inserted into them.

6ly. That the Prince of Wales in the writs of Sum∣mons and adjournment, is sometimes stiled Princeps Walliae only; sometimes, Princeps Aquitaniae et Walliae; other times, Princeps Walliae, Dux Cornubiae, et Comes Cstriae; when all these titles were conferred on him by the King.

7ly▪ That in the writs issued to Dukes, Earls, and Temporal Lords of the Kings Progeny, royal bloud and alliance, they are usually stiled; Carissimo filio nostro; Fratri Regis; Fratri nostro; Avunculo Regis; Avun∣culo nostro; Nepoti nostro; Consanguineo nostro, &c. and the other Earls and Temporal Lords, Dilecto et fideli nostro, only; and that those of the bloud royal are for the most part, though not alwayes, first entred in the Rolls of summons.

81y. That when a Duke or Earl of England was made a real or titular King of any forein Realm, his Royal ti∣tle Page  209 was alwayes mentioned in the writ: Thus Iohn Duke of Lancaster King of Castell and Leon, in all writs of summons to him after his forein Kingship., was sti∣led, Carssimo filio suo Iohanni Regi Castellae et Lgionis Duci Lancastriae, in the summons of 46. 49, 50 . 〈◊〉 And Carissimo Avunculo suo Iohanni Regi Castell & Le∣gionis, Duci Lancastriae: in all the writs issued to him under King Richrd the 2d. So if any Earl or Baron of England, was created a Duke or Earl in Scotland, France, or Ireland, his forein Titles were inserted in∣to the writs, as the Title of Cardinal, or Patriarch of Ie∣rusalem was inserted into the English Bishops writs created Cardinls and Patriarchs beyond the Seas. Thus Gilbrt de Vinf. an l an English Baron being made Earl of Anegos, and David de Stràbolgi, Earl of A∣thol in Scotland, Leonell the Kings son Earl of Vlster in Ireland; the black Prince made Prince of Aquitain as well as of Wales, and Iohn Duke of Lancaster, Duke of Aquitan, under Richard the 2d. the were thereup∣on stiled*Comiti Anegos, Comiti Athol, Comiti Vlton, Principi Aquitani & Walliae, Duci Aquitaniae & Lan∣castriae, in the writs directed to them: and if these their forein Titles were omitted in any Writs against them at the Common Law, the writs would abate, be∣cause they were English Peers, and had these Titles in∣serted into their writs of Summons to Parliament, where they sate in their Princes, Dukes and Earls Robes, amongst the rest of the Dukes and Earls. But if any forein Duke, Earl, Lord, or Baron of France, Ireland, Spain or Germany, who was no English Ba∣ron, Lord or Peer of Parliament, was sued in the Kings Court by writ, he might be stiled only a Knight or Es∣quire, and needed not to be sued by the Title of Duke, Earl, Lord or Baron; because he was no Duke, Earl, Lord or*Baron at all in England; but only in his own Country, and should be tried upon an Indictment of Trea∣son, Murder or Felony, only by an ordinary Iury, and not by English Peers. By which differences the Books Page  2010 of 39 E. 3. 3. Brooks Nosme de dignity, 9. 59. & Parl. 4. 11 E. 3. Fizh. Brief. 473. 8 R. 2. Fitzh. Proces. 224. 20 E. 4. 6. Brooks Nosme de Dignity. 49. Dyer,60. b. Cook 7▪ rep. Calvins case, f. 15, 16. 9. rep. ••nchers case, f. 117. 3. Instit. p. 20. & 4. Instit. p. 47. are fully reconciled.

9. That if any Earl, Baron or Lord was Marshal, Consta∣ble, Steward, Admiral, Chancellor, Treasurer, or other great Officer of England, or Warden of the Cinque ports; his Title of Office was commonly inserted into the writs of Summons. As, Rogero, or Thomae Comiti Naff. & Marescallo Angliae, Avunculo suo carissimo, Thomae de Wodestoke Constaulario Augliae, Willo de Clnton co∣miti Haigdon, Constabulario Castri Dover. et Custodi quinque Portuum suorum, &c. What precedency these Officers had of other Earls, Lords and Barons, in Par∣liament, you may read in the Statute of 31 H. 8. c. 10. and Mr. Sldens Titles of Honor. p. 901, &c.

10. That in the lists of the Dukes, Earls, Lords, and Ba∣rons names there is no certain order observed accor∣ding to their Antiquity or Precedency, but in some Rolls one is first entred, in other Rolls others listed before them, and they again postponed in succeeding lists: Yt generally for the most part, hough not always, the Prince of Wales is first entred before the rest; the Dukes before the Earls; the Earls & Vicounts before the Lords and Barons; and they before the Iudges or Kings Counsil; and the Earl who was Marshal of England, before the other Earls; the Clerks entring their names promiscuously for the most part as the Writs came to their hands. Some times the first Writs entred at large issued to one Earl, Lord, Duke, Baron, other times the Writs go to others, without observing the Laws of Heraldry, though in the reing of Edward the 3d. and afterwards, their names are more methodically entred then before that time; oft times in the selfsame order, or with some small variations and transpositions. So as the Precedency of the Earls or Barons, and their pla∣ces Page  2011 of sitting in the Parliament House cannot be cer∣tainly collected from, or defined by the entry of their Writs of Summons or liting in the Eodem modo manda∣tum est, or Consimiles litrae; but by custom, and the Sta∣tute of 31 H. 8. cap. 10.

11ly. That in some Clause Rolls there is one Writ to the Archbishop, or some other Bishop first entred at large, and another Writ at large, to some one Earl or temporal Lord; with an Eodem modo, or Consimiles li∣terae, only entred to the rest there listed: but most u∣sually, there is only but one Writ entred at large to one of the Archbishops, or some other Bishops; and then a short recital of some part of that Writ to one tempo∣ral Lord, with an &c. Teste ut supra, and the like, for brevity sake: and an Eodem modo, and Consimiles literae; or some short entries of some special clauses of the Writ, to all the other temporal Lords.

12ly. That in the Eodem modo, and Consimiles Lite∣rae; first the Bishops, Abbots, Priors and spiritual Lords, then the Dukes, Earls, Temporal Lords, Barons, Justices, Kings Counsils names, are entred successively one af∣ter another, after the first Writ, which is singly en∣tred in sundry Rolls, without any Writ or part of Writ interposed between their names; as if they had all the selfsame Writs in terminis issued to them. But in most Rolls, there is either a distinct Writ, or part of Writ; or an Eodem modo mandatum est &c. mutatis mutandis; interposed between the names of the Bi∣shops, Abbots, Priors, and Earls and Lay Lords; & like∣wise between the Temporal Lords, and the Kings Counsil and Justices summoned to Parliaments: with the usual clauses wherin the writs differ one frō another inserted into them; which different clauses no doubt were in most of the Writs issued to them in those Rolls where they are all entred promiscuously together in the Eodem modo, and Consimiles Literae; without any Writ or part of a Writ, or mtatis mutandis interposed be∣tween thē, omitted only for brevity sake by the Clerks; Page  212 who ingrossed the Rolls.

13ly. That the English Barons, who were titlary Earls in Scotland under the Kings Jurisdiction and Alle∣gance were alwayes summoned and li••ed among•• the Earls of England in the Rolls of Summons, not amongst the English Lords aud Barons who were no Earls: wit∣nesse Gilbert, and Robert de Vmfranil, Earls of Anegos in Scotland, and David de Stabolgi, Earl of Athol, al∣wayes summoned to the Parliaments by the Titles of these their Scotish Earldms, and lited amongst the En¦lish Earls, not Barons, in the Clause Rolls. Gilbert de Vmfranil being summoned by Writ as Earl of Angos, to no lesse than 12. Robert de Vmfranil to 63. Gilbert 〈◊〉 Vmfranl his Son, to 50. English Parliaments, & David de Sirabolgi to 21. Parliaments and great Councils, as Earl of Athol (as the ensuing Table will inform you) amongst the other Earls of England: but no other Earls of Scotland besides these two. The reason whereof was only this, because they were English Barons, and held lands by Barony in England, though the Titles of their Earldoms were not English but Scotish, yt they were under the Kings Subjection Allegiance; and their Re∣sidence when thus summoned, was upon their Ba∣ronies in England. That Gilbert de Vmfranil, was an English Baron and Lord of Parliament, before he be∣came Earl of Anegos, is clear by the Clause Rolls of 23 E. 1. d. 4. 9. & 24 E. 1. d. 7.b wherein he was summo∣ned to 3. Parliaments amongst the English Lords and Barons; but then being Earl of Anegos by discent from his Mother, he, was in Cl. 25 E. 1. d. 25. & sundry Parlia∣ments after, alwayes summoned by the name of Earl of Anegos, and listed amongst the Earls of England, as the ensuing Table demonstrates. So Rob. de Umfranil, summo∣ned to Parliament amongst the English Barons, Claus. 2. E. 2. d. 20. was in Claus. 2. E. 2. d. 11. and all suc∣ceeding Parliaments under Edward the 2. & 3. summo∣ned to Parliament as Earl of Anegos among the Earls of England, with whom he is still entred in the Rolls. Page  213 The like may be said of David de Straolgi, who though originally a Scotish Earl, was yet afterwards made an English Lord by the King, and held Lnds in England by Barony, and upon that account summoned to sun∣dry Parliaments and great Councils by ••e Title of Earl of Athol, and registred amongst the English Earls in the Clause Rols. Which I thought meet to touch, both to rectifie and clear that dobe mistake in the Antiquity of the Parliaments of England (newly printed) p. 46. That Peers of Scotland were wont to come and be summoned to the Parliament. And that the Peers of Scot∣land came to the Parliament for Iustice: which the Author indeavours to prove by 39 F. 3. 35. in a writ of Rvshment de Gard, against Gilbert Vmfravi; who demanded judg∣mnt of the writ, because he was Earl of Anguish, and not so named in the writ, &c. When as he was not sum∣moned to our Parliament as a Peer of Scoland, but on∣ly as an English Baron dignified with the Title of a Sco∣tlsh Earldome; and came not to our English Parliament for Iustice; but was summoned to it by Spe•••l writs, as a Peer and Member thereof; as the Clause Rols resolve, and the very year Book likewise. Of which more here∣after in its proper place.

14ly. That no Forein Prelates, Earls, Nobles, Ba∣rons of Ireland, Scotland or France were formerly sum∣moned to the Parliaments of England, as proer Mem∣bers thereof or Lords of Parliament, to make Laws or impose Taxes, or give Iudgment, or Counsel in any matters relating to England, but only our English Pre∣lates, Earls, Lords and Barons; as is most apparent by these special clauses in the writs of Summons.

Ibidem Vobiscum, ac cum caeteris Praelatis, Magnatibus, & Proceribus DICTIREGNI ANGLIAE (never Scotiae Franciae, or Hiberniae in any writs whatsoever) collo∣quium habere volumus & tractatum. And Dictis die et loco persona••ter intersitis Nobiscum, & cum caeteris Praelatis, Magnatibus et Proceribus, PRAE∣DICTIS (or DICTI REGNI NOSTRI••) super di∣c••s Page  2014 negot••s tracta••ri, ve••rumque consilium im∣pensui. And ad consentiendum his quae unc ibidem de Communi consilio DICTI (or EJUSDEM) REGNI NOSTRI, CONTIGERIT ORDINARI: And by this usual clause in the Patents of creation of all our English Earls, Lords, and Barons of Parliament;c Volentes & concedentes pro Nobis haeredibus & successoribus nostris, quod praefatus, A. Comes B. or C. Baro, or Dominus, D. et haeredes sui masculi, et eorum quilibet habeat, teneat & possideat sedem & locum in PARLIAMENTIS nostris, haeredum & luccessorum nostrorum infra REGNUM NOSTRUM ANGLIAE inter ALIOS COMITES, & BARONES EJUSDEM REGNI, ut COMES, or BARO: compared with thed Patents of creation of Irish and Scotish Earls, Lords Barons, & Boroughs, which constitute them only Earls, Lords, Barons or Boroughs; in terra & Dominio nostro Hiberniae, or Scotiae; or infra Regnum nostrum Sco∣tiae, or Hiberuiae; and Vnum Comitem, Dominum vel Baronem omnium & singulorum Parliamentorum & Magnorum Conciliorum nostrorum, &c. in terra (or Regno) nostro HIBERNIAE, or SCOTIAE, e∣nendorum; and grant them only, sedem et locum, in Parliamentis nostris HIBERNIAE, or SCOTIAE, in∣ter alios Comites, Dominos & Barones ejusdem Regni;
As the Kings Patents toe Burroughs in Irel. gave them plenā potestatē & authoritatē eligendi, mit∣tendi & retornendi duos discretos & idoneos viros, ad inser∣viendum & attendendum in quolibt Parliamento in dicto regno nostro Hiberniae (not Angliae) in posterum tenend. But no Place or Voyce at all to their Peers or Burges∣ses in the Parliaments of England, amongst the Earls, Lords or Barons of England; who have no seat, Place, or Voyce at all in the Parliaments of Scotland or Ireland, as they are English Peers (though subordinat Kingdoms to England.) Which I shall farther clear in some ensuing Sections.

15ly. That there is a great diversity between writs of Summons to Parliaments, or General Parliamenta∣ry Page  2015 Councils; and to particular Councils upon emergent occasions which are not properly Parliaments; all the Bishops, Abbots, Priors, Earls, Lords, Barons, together with the Judges and Kings Counsil, Citizens, Burges∣ses of Parliament, and Barons of the Cique ports, being usually summoned to the one; but some few Spi∣ritual and Temporal Lords only, without any Judges, Assistants, Knights, Citizens Burgesses or Barons of the Cinque-ports, or some few of them only, and divers who were no usual Lords, Barons of Parliament (as in 32 E. 3. d. 14. and other Rolls) summoned to the other, as the Clause Rolls atest. Which difference some ignorant Antiquaries not observing, have confoun∣ded them both together as one and the same, and mis∣taken some writs of Summons only to a Council, or to a conference with the King & his Privy Counsil upon extra∣ordinary dangers & occasions, for writs of Summons to a Parliament. Such amongst other forecited writs, are these of* 35 E. 3. dors. 36. & 36. E. 3. d. 42. Where all those Earls, Lords, Abbots, Peers, Great men, Gen∣tlemen, Counte••es, Ladies and Dowagers who had Lands in Ireland (and none else but they alone) were summoned, the Temporal Lords and great men, to ap∣pear in proper Person, the Clergymen, Countesses, La∣dies and Dowagers, to send one or more Proxies or De∣puties in whom they specially confided, to the King and his Counsil at Westminster (not to the Parliament) there to confer and treat with them concerning the relief of Ireland, and their passage to, or sending men of Arms speedily into Ireland, to resist, suppress the Irish Rebels, who much infested, wasted, and endangered it; as the whole frame and contents of the writs themselves, and the marginal Notes in the Rolls, De Consillo Sum∣monito: De Veniendo ad Consilium, &c. resolve beyond all contradiction. Which Ioseph Holland and others not considering, in their Antiquity of the Parliaments of England, p. 23. 88. have published these two grosse mistakes together, viz. That in the time of Edward the Page  216 th•••, ther was a writ then in use; De admittendo ide dignas ad colloquium, &c. It is recorded amongst the Summons of Parliament, 35 E. 3. that there is a writ, De admittendo fide dignos ad Colloquium. And amongst the Earls and Barons there is retorned. Mry Countesse de Norff: Alianoxa Countesse de Ormond▪ Philippa Coun∣tesse de March, Agnes Countesse de Pembroke, and Katherine Countesse of Athol. When as these Coun∣tesses were not recorded nor retorned amongst the Earls and Barons in any Summons to Parliament, nor were they required to send or come to any Parliament or Parliamentary Council; nor is thre any writ, in this or any other Roll; De admittendo fide dignas, or dignos ad Colloquium; as they confidently affirme. But they were only summoned by writ to send men of Arms into Ireland with other Lords, Gentlemen, Clergymen, who had Lands and Possessions there, as these Countesses all had, for to defend and recover the same from the Irish Enemies; and commanded;*Ali∣quos vel aliquem de quibus, vel de quo specialiter confidi∣tis MITTATIS apud Westm. &c. Which MITTA∣TIS these Pseudo-Antiquaries, have metamorphosed into a writ, DE ADMITTENDO fide dignas ad Collo∣quium. By which grosse perversion they have eviden∣ced themselves and their Treatises, not to be fide dig∣ni, in these and other particulars relaing to our Par∣liaments, wherewith they have deceived both them∣selves and others, who adore these their Oversights for Oracles.

16ly. That when any of the Earls, Lords or Nobles were imployed in the Wars in France, Scotland, Ire∣land, or any other service for the King in forein parts, they were omitted out of the lists of Summons to Par∣liaments, and Parliamentary Councils; and if any writs in such cases issued to them they were usually re∣voked & cancelled, and entries thereof made upon the Clause Rolls: This is evident by Claus. 11 E. 3. 25. dors. 11. where I find these 2. Presidents in the lists Page  211 of the Lords and Barons names. Thomae Wake de Lydett, VACAT QUIA IN OBSEQUIO REGIS. Henry de Grey, VACAT, QUIA IN OBSEQUIO RE∣GIS. After which, at the end of all the writs of Summons to the Sheriffs, Warden of the Cinque∣ports, and Kings Counsel, follows this entry of writs to some Earls, Lords and Gentlemen, besides those first mentioned after the Spiritual Lords then summo∣ned.

Rex dilecto & fideli suo Willo. de Bohun, Com. Nor∣thamton, salutem; Quia tam super urgentissimis, &c. ut supra in brevi directo Hent. Com. Lncastr. usque in finem.

Eodem modo mandatum est subscriptis, viz. Thomae Com. Norffer Mariscallo Angliae, Avunculo Regis, Wil∣lielmo de Monteacuto Comit Sarum, Rico. Comiti A∣rundell, Hugoni de Audle Comiti Gloucestr. Roberto de Ufford Comiti Suff. Gilberto de Umfravill, Comiti de Anegos, Ranulpho de Dacre, Bartho, de Burghersh, Johanni de Segrave, Egidio de Badlesmere, Rado. de Nevill, Johanni de Tybtofte, Rico. Talebot, Henr. de Percey, Rado de Stafford, Thomae de Berkele, Anto∣nio de Lucy.

Et Memorand. quod Brevia istis Magnatibus immediate praescriptis directa, de essendo ad PARLIAMENTUM praedictum, remissa fuerunt Cancellar; ET PRO EO QVOD QVIDAM EX EIS IN PARTIBUS SCOTIAE, QUIDAM EX EIS IN PARTIBUS TRANSMARINIS IN OBSEQUIO REGIS EX∣ISTVNT, ADNULAND.

So Claus. An. 12 E. 2. pars. 2. dors. 32. There is this entry made in the lists of Summons. Humfrido de Bohun Comiti Hereford, VACAT QUIA IN OBSE∣QUIO REGIS. And Cl. 2. R. 2. d. 29. Iohi de Nevill de Raby (in partibus Aquitan.)

If any Baron or Lords name were in the list of Sum∣mons, and he not actually summoned; there was then a Vacat entred in the Roll; as in Claus. 11. E. 3. p. 1. dors. 8. Iohi de Sutton de Holdernesse (VACAT Page  218 QUIA NON FUIT SUMMONITUS) And if he died before the Parliament, then his death was entred upon the Roll, as Claus, 9. E. 3. d. 28. Iohi de Clynton, MORTUUS EST.

17ly. That when any Temporal Lords or Prelates had writs of Summons to Parliament issued to them in times of warr and danger, whilst they were imployed in the Warrs against the Scots in the North, or parts of Scotland; if they could not desert the Warrs and at∣tend personally in Parliament without danger and pre∣judice to the Publike, they had then writs of coun∣termand sent them, not to recede from the parts where they were in Service, notwithstanding their Sum∣mons to Parliament. For which I find this memora∣ble president in Claus. 30 E. 1. d. 7. De non recedendo à partibus Scotiae,

Rex dilecto & sideli suo Iohanni Segrave salutem. Li∣cet uper vobis mandavimus quod omnibus aliis prae∣termissis ad Parliamentum quod apud London in prox. festo Sancti Michaelis duximus Statend. PERSONA∣LITER INTERSITIS, NOLUMUS TAMEN quod praetextu mandati praedicti & partibus Scotiae,, seu Marchiae ejus, in quibus estis in obsequio nostro consti∣tuti ALIQUALITER RECEDATIS. T. Rege apud Losele XI die Septembris.

Consimiles literae diriguntur Alexandro Balliolo, Ed∣mundo de Hastinges, Willo de L••u, Seniori, Walte∣ro de Huntercumbe.

Eodem modo mandatum est Roberto de Clifford, quod, a partibus in quibus nunc est NULLATENUS RE∣CEDATIS.

To which I shall subjoyn this later▪ President of Cl. 6. E. 2. d. 12. Rex dilecto & fideli suo Waltero de Fau∣conberg, salutem. Licet nuper vobis mandaverimus, quod omnibus aliis praetermissis essetis ad Nos tertia Dominica Quadragesimae prox. futur. apud Westm. ibi∣dem Nobiscum & cum Magnatibus & Proceribs reg∣ni nostri super diversis negotiis, Nos et statum ejus∣dem Page  219 Regni tangenibs tractaturi vetrumque consili∣um impensuri, pro securiori tamen custodia et majori tuitione partium vestrarum contra Scotos inimicos et Rebelles nostros, vobis mandamus, quod a partibus praedictis sine mandato nostro vos nullatenus transfera∣tis. Teste Rege apud Westm. 20 die Febr.

Eodem modo mandatum est subscriptis, viz. Ranul∣pho de Nevill, Willo de Vavasour, Willo de Ros de Hamlake, Marmiduco de Twenge, Nicho. de Meivill, Ade de Everingham, Thomae de Multon de Egremond, Thomae de Multon de Gillesland, Ingelramo de Gynes.

As for the Bishops in such cases, they were by other special writs authorized to make Proctors to supply their places; though summoned by the original writs to appear personally in Parliament, and not by Proxies; as in Claus. 20 E. 3. pars 2. d. 22. and Claus. 46 E. 6. d. 11. forecited p. 51. 52. 58.

18ly. That if the King either Summoned or proro∣gued a Parliament to a certain day and place by his writs, commanding the Earls, Lords and other great men personally to appear in Parliament at that day and place; and then by reason of other emergent occasions could not meet them, or hold the Parliament at the time and place prefixed, he then usually discharged them all from their attendance by a subsequent wrir; Of which we have this pregnant example, Claus. 5. E. 2. d. 17.

Rex dilecto consanguineo & fideli suo Thomae Comiti Lancast. salutem. Licet nuper Vobiscum volentes ac cum Praelatis caeterisque Magnatibus Regni nostri supra Negotiis Nos & statum, dicti Regni tangentibus habe∣re Colloquium & Tractatum, ordinassemus Parliamen∣tum nostrum tenere apud Westm. prima Dominica Quadragesimae prox, fuur, Vobisque mandassemus, quod dictis die & loco PERSONALITER INTER∣ESSETIS, ad tractand. Nobiscum, & cum Praelatis & Magnatibus praedictis super negotiis antedictis, Page  214 Quia tamen PROPTER ALIQUAS CAUSAS ad lo∣cum praedictum dicto die ACCEDERE NON VA∣LEMUS, Vobis significamus, QUOD AD DIC∣TOS DIEM ET LOCUM PRAEMISSA OCCASIO∣NE VOS ACCEDERE NON OPORTET. Teste Rege apud Eborum, 20. die January.

Consimiles Literae dirigunter subscriptis: viz. to 6. Earls more, and the rest of the Lords summoned with them to appear personally at this Parliament.

19ly. That sometimes the Temporal Lords as well as Prelates, were more strictly and peremptorily requi∣red, and adjured with greater earnestnesse to appear Personally in Parliaments and Parliamentary Coun∣cils, then they were at other seasons, without admit∣ting any excuses or making any Proxies; because through their absence and want of their personal pre∣sence when summoned, the Parliaments were oft ad∣journed to some other time, the businesse of the King and Kingdoms retarded, delayed to the publike prae∣judice, and the Parliaments sometimes dissolved without concluding any thing, the Lords and Com∣mons there assembled refusing to do or grant any thing, when any of the chief Lords and Prelates were ab∣sent,

20. That no Spiritual or Temporal Lords could absent themselves from Parliaments when duly sum∣moned thereunto without a reasonble and just excuse, nor make any Proxies or Proctors to supply their pla∣ces, but when specially authorized and licensed to do it in or by the writs of Summons, or other special writs, much le••e than could they be forcibly secluded the House when summoned by writ; as some of late times have most violently been by those who were rai∣sed to defend both their persons and the privileges of Parliament.

21. That armed Guards, Forces, and Troops of Soldiers in or near the Places where Parliaments are assembled and kept, are altogether inconsistent with Page  215 the Customs, Vsage, Freedom and Privileges of Par∣liament; prejudicial obstructions to their proceed∣ings, and a great oppression to the people; Vpon which account not only the Earls, Lords and Barons, are sometimes in the writs of Summons specially pro∣hibited under grievous forfitures and penalties to re∣pair to the Parliament,*

With men of Arms, and multitudes of people; and to come only cum dicenti co∣mitiva de hominibus bonae discretionis et consilii, et NON CUM HOMINIBUS AD ARMA, sub foris∣factura omnium quae Nobis forisfacere poteritis. Claus. 2 E. 3. m. 31. dorso; But our Kings likewise by speci∣al writs and Proclamations at the very first meeting of their Parliaments usually prohibited all sorts of men, under pain of forfeiing all they might forfeit, not to wear any privy Coat of plate, or go Armed, or carry any Warlike weapons within any City or Suburbs thereof where their Parliaments sae, du∣ring all the time of their Session, that so the Parlia∣ments and Members might not be thereby distur∣bed, interrupted, over awed or terrified; as those who please may read at large in the Statute of 7 E. 1. Rastals Abridgment,
Armour 1. 1 E. 2. c. 3. 6 E. 3. rot. Parl. n. 3. Parl. 2. n. 2. Parl. 3. at York. n. 3. 415. . 3 E. 3. Parl. 1. n. 2. Parl. 2. n. 2. 14 E. 3. n. 2. 15 E. 3. n. 2. 17 E. 3. n. 3. 18 E. 3 n. 2. 20. E. 3. n. 1. 2 E. 3. n. 1. 25 E. 3. Parl. 1. n. 58. Parl. 2. n. 4. and Cook 4. Instit. p. 14. Such a Proclamation as this issued before the Parliament held at New Sarum, An. 2. E. 3. as is e∣vident by the Articles of improachmnt against Roger Mortymer Earl of March, in the Parliament of 4E. 3. Rot. Parl. n. 1, 2. and 28 E. 3. n. 9, 10
Who amongst othe. Articles was impeached condemned and executed as a Traytor, for comming* armed to the Parliamen at Salsbury, against the Kings Proclamation; with di∣vers of his confederates, whereby sundry of the No∣bles were so terrified, that they came not to the Parliament, and the Bishops there assebled had the Page  222 dores of the house wherein they sate in Counsel broke open upon them by armed men, and were there threatned to lose both life and members if they should be so hardy to say or do any thing against his will and ordinances; whereby he procured himself to be made Earl of March; caused the King to give him many Lands and Tenements, to the disinherison of his Crown; and excited him to ride armed against the Earl of Lancaster and other Peers of the Realm to Winchester, as they were comming towards the King to the said Parliament at Salisbury; whereupon they were inforced to reire to their own Countries to eschue the perils that might happen; which much greived them that they could not speak with their king, not counsel him as they ought.
After which the Parliament of 5 R. 2. as appears by n. 1. was in∣terrupted and adjourned because the Duke of Lancast∣er, and Earl of Northumberland being at variance, re∣sorted to i with multitudes of men armed in warlike manner, of which great complaint was made; and the Parliament deferred till the King, his Counsil and o∣ther Lords had examined and reconciled the differen∣ces between them, and removed their forces. Fit pre∣sidents for future times to imitate, after so many out∣rages and forcible assaults upon the Parliament and their Members by Souldiers and others of late times, beyond all presedents in former ages, to the totall dis∣solution both of our Parliaments and their privileges, unlesse carefully regained, reestablished by strictest Laws, exemplary Punishments, and severest pro∣hibitions of all armed forces in or near unto the places where future Parliaments shall assemble; who by the just judgment of God upon the former Parliament, (which against the Custom, Freedom and Privilege of Parlia∣ments making use of armed mercenary Guards and Soldiers for their defence, hath been unexpectedly af∣fronted, assaulted, forced, dissipated, yea destroyed by them, and made their basest Slaves and Captives) Page  223 may learn to avoid all such extravagances and over∣sights in succeeding ages.

22. It is observable and most evident by comparing the births of our Princes of*Wales and Earls of Chester recorded in our Histories, wih the dates of their first wits of Summons to Parliamnt; that Ed∣ward of Carnarvan, the first Prince of Wales was first sum¦moned by writ to Parliament when he was but 19. years old; that Edward the eldest Son of King Edward the second, as Earl of Chestēr, was first summoned by writ to Parliament when he was scarce 9. years of age; that Edward the black Prince of Wales, was summoned when he was not 20. and Richard his Son Prince of Wales called by writ to Parliament when he was not full 9. years old: The Kings eldest and youngest ons being usually summoned to Parliaments during their Minorities, (though others are* seldom summoned till their full age) even as King Henry the 6. rode trium∣phantly to,*and sate in State in Parliament in his Queen-mothers lap, before he was full 12. months old.

23. I observe, that in Claus. 27 E. 1. d. 6. 16. Ado∣marus de Valencia, was summoned and listed among the Earls, without the Title of Earl annexed to his name, being then, as I conceive, Earl of Pmbroc, and so stiled in succeeding Summons: And in Claus. 50 E. 3. pars. 2. d.(*) 6. Thomas de Wodestoke Constabularius Angliae, and Henry de Percy Marescallus Angliae, are listed amongst the Earls without any Title of Earls; yet in the next writ of Summons, Claus. 1. R. 2. d. 31. 37. Thomas de Wodestoke, is stiled Com▪ de Buck: et Constab. Angliae: and Henry de Percy, Com. Northumb. in the list of the Earls; and therefore I apprehend they were Earls in 50 E. 3. (as our Histories & Heraulds report them) though not so stiled n-the Roll of Summons.

24. That the names of the Kings Counsil, Justices, and other Officers, ummoned to Parliaments only as Assistants, are sometimes inserted into the Eodem mo∣do Page  218 mandatum est; and Confimiles literae next after the the Lords and Barons name without any space, line or distinction between them, sometimes with a lines di∣stance, or small space only from them; sometimes they are distinguished from the Lords and Barons by the words Milites, or Clricis Consilii, & Ist••iar▪ added in the Margin and a small space between them, as in Claus. 5 E. 2. d. 17. Cl. 2 E. 1. and sometimes they are inexmixed with the Lords and Barons names, and listed amongst them, as in Claus. 8 E. 2. d. 35. Roger de Brabazon and 7 others of them are named amongs••th Lords and Barons, and so in Claus. 3 E. 3. d. 19. Claus. E. 3. p. 2. d. 7.

In the Clause Roll of 25 E. 1. d. 25. the word Mi∣lites is inserted in the Margin over aainst the Names of the Judges and Kings Counsil, in the Eodem modo, and in Claus. 5 E. 2. d. 17. Clericis consilii, & Iusti∣ciar. is written in the Margin, to distinguish them from the Lords, and Barons, (but in no Rolls besides) with∣out the word Barones superadded to the Barons and Greatmen in the catalogue of their names.

24. That although the word BARO and BARO∣NES in the Clause Rolls of King Iohn, Henry the 3dEdward 1. 2. & Histories,* Great Charters and Statutes in their reigns be frequently used, applied to all the Temporal Lords of Parliament, yet in all the Clause Rolls and Writs of Summons I have seen, no particular persons amongst them are summoned by the Title of Barons, but only the Barons of Greystok, Graystoke, or Craystoke, and the Barons of Stafford: In the Clause Rolls of Ed. 1, & 3, so of Rich. 2. H. 4. 5. and 6. writs are frequently issued Iohanni BARONI de Greystoke, Willo. BARONI de Greystoke, Rado. BARONI de Greystoke, as they are siled in the Eodem modo; yet in other writs, lists, rolls in the Eodem modo, the direction to these very Barons, is many times Iohanni de Craystoke, or Greystoke, Willo. & Rado. de Greystoke, without the ad∣dition of BARONI annexed to them; which Title is Page  221 totally omitted in all the Ro••s of Edw. the 4th. as the ensuing Alphabetical and Chronological Table, with my Table to the Exact Abridgement of the Records in the Tow∣er, will more particularly inform you. So in the Rolls of King E. 1. & 3. (mentioned in the following Table) the directions in sundry writs in the odm modo are, Edmundo, & Rado. BARONI de Stafford; and in o∣ther writs to the one of them, he is stiled only Rado. de Stafford, BARONI being omitted in his Ti∣tle, BARO, being given o none (for ought I can find) in any lists of summons, but to these 2. Barons of Greystoke and Stafford alone.

25. That in my best observation the Title or Ad∣dition of MILES or CHIVALER, was not given to any Temporal Lords or Barons in any writs or lists of Summons to Parliament before Claus. 49 E. 3. dorse 4. 6. & 50 E. 3. pars 2. d. 6. wherein summons issued Willielmo le Morle Chivaler, Willielmo de Aldeburgh Chivaler, Iohanni de Well. Chivaler, Hugoni de Dacre Chivaler; after which it grew more common under King Rich. the 2. Henry 4. and 5. when many of the Temporal Lords and Baons had this addition given them sooner or later; those who wanted it in one, two, three, four or more writs of Summons at first, before they were Knighted, receiving it in subsequent writs after they were Knighted. After the beginning of King Henry the 6. and during the reign of Edw. the 4th. there was scarce any Temporal Lord in the lists of sum∣mons but was stiledaChivaler, or Miles, being all genetally Knighted for their greater honour. Of all the Temporal Lords, I find onely one namely Tho. de la Ware, constantly stiled MAGISTER Tho. de la Ware in all writs of summons to him from 23 R. 2. 05 H. 6. as the enuing Table will inform you; the true and only rea∣son whereof I apprehend to be this, that before the temporal Dignity of a Lord or Baron descended to him, bhe had been a Clergyman in sacred Orders; this Title Magister being alwayes prefixed before the Names of Page  220 all of the Kings Council who were Clergy-men, in their summons to Parliament as Assistats to the Lords House, as the writs and Table in the next Section will inform you not to distinguish him from the Lords who were Knights, as some mistake, because none of the other Lords who were not Knights, had this Title Magister given to them, but he alone: Now whereas in the summons of 1 E. 4. Iohn de Audley, isc stiled Armiger, I conceive it mistaken by the Clerks for Chlr. he being ever ••iled Chivaler, not Armiger, in the sum∣mons of 49 H. 6. d. 6. 2 E. 4. d. 3. 6 E. 4. d. 1. and all other summons else; and not one Baron or Lord Armiger, but he alone, though unknighted; Armiger being a petty inferior Title, not suitable to his Lord∣ship or Perage.

26. That the Prince of Wales, Dukes, Earls and Mar∣quesses, are regularly stiled by their Christian names, and Titles or Places of their Dignities, and very rarely (yet now and then) by theird Sirnames; but the emporal Lords and Barons till the end of King Rich. the 2. his reign, in the writs of summons directed to them, are for the most part stiled by their Christian names and Surnames, or by their Baronies supplying Surnames and sometimes both by their Surnames and Baronies. That the Tile DOMINUS, was not usu∣ally given to any of them, except two, before the reign of King Henry the 6. The first in my observation to whom this itle was given in any writ of summons, was Iohn de Moubray, who in Claus. 16 E. 3. par. 2. d. 13. and so in other succeeding writs (though not in all) is stiled Iohn de Moubray DOMINUS Insulae de Axholm: none else having this Title till afer the reign of Rich. the 2. The next so stiled is in Claus. 11 H. 4. d. 32. where a writ issued Iohanni Talbot DOMINO de Fur∣vall; which though omitted in some summons af∣ter, is again used in the summons to him Cl. 4 H. 5. d. 16. and Cl. 8H. 5. d. 2. Afte which I finde none so stiled till Cl. 23 H. 6. d. 21. where Robert Hungerford Page  221 Chivaler, is stiled DOMINUS de Mollins; as he is in Cl. 25 H. 6. d. 24. which gives the title of DOMINUS de Poynings to Hnry Peircy. In Cl. 27 H. 6. d. 24. this title DOMINUS is given to Hungerford, Percy, and 4 more; in Cl. 28 H. 6. d. 26. it is added to 8. In Cl. 29 H. 6. d. 41. to 16. after which it grew more common to them and most others who were summoned; as the ensuing Table will more particularly inform you. But though the temporal Lords in the writs of summons issued to them, were seldom stiled Lords or Barons be∣fore 23 H. 6. yet it is observable, that when any of them are particularly mentioned in theeParliament Rolls, Acts of Parliament, Commissions or Patents, they are usually stiled BARONS or LORDS, as in the Pro••gue of Magna Charta 9 H. 3. &c. 2. 14. 37. Charta de Foresta, c. 11. 20 H. 3. c. 9. 51 H. 3. 1. 10. Dictum de Kenelworth 51 H. 3. 3 E. 1. the Prologue, and c. 23. 13 E. 1. c. 42. 18 E. 1. The Statute of Quo Warrauto, 25 E. 1. c. 6. 34 E. 1. c. 5. The Prologues to the Satutes of E. 3. 14 E. 3. c. 5. and the Commission therupon, Pa. 18 E. 3. p. 2. m. 39. 36 E. 3. c. 6. 20 R. 2. c. 3. and other Acts. How fearfull Christians were to give this Ttle of DOMINUS to the Greatest Emperors, and how unwilling Augustus, and the greatest Christian Emperors were to receive or make use of i, unless with the diminution of DOMNUS and DOMPNUS, not Dominus, you may read in Sir Henry Spelmans Glossary, p. 225, 226. it being a Titlefpeculiar to God and Christ: & DEI NO MEN, asgTerulli•••liles it; whereas now it is usurped by, and given to every up∣start of the most ignoble extraction, to bring Nobility it self, and the House of Lords into contempt.

27. That it is the inseparable incommunicable Pre∣rogative, and Supream Royal Jurisdiction of the Kings of England (underivable to, and inusurpable by any other person or persons) by their special Patents, Writs of Creation, Charters and Solemn Invchiures, to make and create Princes of Wales, Dukes, Earls, Marquesses, Page  224 Vicounts, Lords, Barons and Peeres of the Ralm, and to give them and their posterities a place, seat, voyce in the Par∣liament and Great Councils of England, the Supreamest Judicature and highest Court of all others, wherein they *sit as Iudges, and all others Iudges in the Courts of West∣minster, sit only as their Assistants, not as Associates or their fellow Iudges. This is evident, not only by all writs of summons issued to the Lords, but likewise by the express Resolution of all the Nobles and Parliaments of 50 E. 3. rot. Parl. n. 41. 51 E. 3. rot. Parl. n. 9. 36 E. 3. rot. Parl. n. 94. 40 E. 3. rot. Parl. n. 13. 9 R. 2. rot. Parl. n. 14, 15, 16, 17. 11 R. 2. rot. Parl. n. 44.h 13 R. 2. rot. Parl. n. 21, 22, 23, 20 R. 2. rot. Par. n. 30, 31, 32. 21 R. 2. rot. Parl. n. 33. 1 H. 4. rot. Parl. n. 76, 78, 82. 9 H. 4. rot. Parl. n. 25. 4 H. 5. rot. Parl. n. 13. 3 H. 6. (the case of Iohn Earl Marshal,) rot. Parl. n. 11, 12, 13. 11 H. 6. rot. Parl. n. 31. to 36. 33 H. 6. rot. Parl. n. 42, 43, 50. 1, 2 E. 4. rot. Parl. n. 12, 13, 14. 14 E. 4. rot. Parl. n. 24, 25. 17 E. 4. rot. Parl. n. 16. by all Patents, presidents of creating any Princes, Dukes, Earls, Marquesses, Vicounts, Lords, Peers and Barons of Parliament, collected by Mr. Iohn Selden in his Titles of Honor, Book 2. Chap. 5, 6, 7. Mr. William Martyn, Camden, Mills his Catalogue of Honor, Book his Catalogue of Nobility; Augustine Vincent his Dis∣covery of Errours therein, Iames York his Union of Ho∣nour, with others who have written of our English Peers, & Nobility, and Sir Henry Splmas his Glossary, Title Baro, p. 81, 82, 83. & Comes, p. 177, 178. Hence is it, that King Henry the 1. King Iohn, Henry the 3. and Edw. 1. in theiriGreat Charters, and other wriing▪ usually stile them, OMITES & BARONES NOS∣TRI, & MEI; Si quis BARONUM MEORUM vl COMITVM, or DE BARONIBUS MEIS, or NOSTRIS; and Glanvil, l. 8. c. 11. l. 9. c. 1. Huntin∣don Historiarum, l. 5. The Leiger Book of Ramsay, sect. 171. Pope Ncholas in his Epistle to King Ed. the Con∣fessor, with our Lawbooks &k Historians usually stile Page  225them, BARONES REGIS & REGII, & BARONES VESTRI, BARONES SVI, speaking of the King; Rex de IURE BARONIBUS SUIS; And hence we read Ann. 3. H. 3. Fitzh. Prescription 50. this Custem plead∣ed in Barr of a Nuper obiit; Quod si aliquis BARO DO∣MINI REGIS tenens de Rege obisset, et non haberet hae∣redem nisi filias, et primogenita filiae maritatae sunt in vita patris, Dominus Re daret postnatam filiam quae remaneret in haeredtate Paris alicui Militum suorum, cum tota haere∣ditat Patris sui de qua obiisset seseitus, i a quod aliae filiae nihil recprent versus postnatam filiam in vta sua: et om∣nes Reges habuerunt hanc dignitatem à Conquestu. Yea this is such an incommunicable Prerog••ve incident to our Kings alone, that neither the Emperour himself, nor Pope could ever create an English Earl, Baron or Lord of Parliament, nor give him any precedency before o∣ther Lords in England; of which we have a late me∣morable president, in (m) Thomas Arundel of Wardour,lwho being created by the Charter of the Emperour Ro∣dolph the 2. COMES SACRI IMPERII, una cum universa prole atque posteritate legitima mascula et faemi∣nea in infinitum; both for his eminent service in the wars against the Turks and the Nobleness of his. Fami∣ly; yet it was with this special saving in his Paten, Serenissimae tamen Principis et Dominae Elizabethae Reginae Angliae, &c. IURIBUS AC SVPERIORIT ATIBUS SEMPER ILLAESIS ET SALVIS; yet the Queen with the English Barons, would not acknowledg him for an Earl nor Baron in England upon any terms; the Queen resolving; That she would by no means permit any of her sheep, or subjects, to wear the badge, or follow the whistle of any forein Shepherd or Prince, but only her own. In the dbate of which case, it was alleged by the English Peerso

Soius Principis esse (& NON ALTE∣RIUS CUIUSCUNQUE) suis Subditis dignitates destribuere, juxta illud Valeriani Imperatoris; Ea sit tantum dignitas, quae nobis jubentibus sustinetur. E∣jusmodi titulos honorarios nec à Subditis accipiendos,Page  224 nec à Principe admittendos. Principis enim Maje∣stati et Subditorum obsequio multum detrahi, si hono∣res ab exteris accipere permittantur; tacitum enim sidei pactum inter honorantem et honoratum inter∣cedere videri. Hujusmodi titulos illecebras esse oc∣cultas ad animos subditorum à suis principibus ab∣strahendos, &c.
That Reginald Mohun (created Earl of Somerset by the Pope in the reign of Henry the 3.) was never acknowledged to be an Earl by the King and Lords; nor Robert Curson created a Baron of the sacred Empire by Maximilian the Emperor, acknowledged to be a Baron in England by King Henry the 8. or his No∣bles, till he created him a Baron himself by his Charter, without giving him a voice in Parliament, (as King Iames created this Thomas Arundel such a Baron by Pa∣tent) ut unbratlem Baronis et Comitis Sacri Imperii titu∣lum maturè obrueret Some say the Queen committed Arundel for receiving this dignity from the Emperor;* but William Maryn assures us, that Sir Nicholas Clifford and Sir Anth: Shirley, (whom the French King for their Service in the wars, received into the Order of S. Mi∣chael,) were laid in prison at their coming home, char∣ged to resign their robes, and see that their names were blotted out of the French Commentaries. It is the general received opinion of allpLawyers: Civil, Ca∣non, Common Heraulds, and others who have written of Nobility, that none but Emperors, or Kings, can create Dukes, Earls, Marquesses, Lords, Barons and Peers, and that only within their own Dominions: A Rege enim¦eman•• it origo Dgitaum Temporalium; A Rege et Prin∣cipe prostut t derivantur tanquam a fonte, om es Magi∣stratus et Dignitates, qia in eo sunt omnes dignitatum the∣sauri recondi. Ad Regem solum spect at creare Comites & Barones; Princeps solus magnas Dignitates confer at. Non Page  225 dicur vera Nobilitas, vel Baro ex infudation, nisi Principe; as they all unanimously resolve. Hence qBaldus, andrAlciat define a Baron to be one, who hath merum, justumqu imperium in aliquo Castro, Oppidione CONCESSIONE PRINCIPIS. In Bh∣mia, Moravia, ilesia, Lusatia, and other Provin∣ces icorporated to it; Summam ptestem obtinet Rex, et non solum NOBILES, 〈…〉 ET BA∣RONES CREAT, quemadmodum in Silesia ad quatuor primarios BARONATUS nmo admittitur nisi vel ab IM∣PERATORE VEL REGE BOHEMIAE BARO CREATUS VERIT, writessNolden: andtDu∣bravius informs as, that one Honora, primum inter BA∣RONES autoritate. Caesaris Henici (H. the 1.) ad¦um PROCERUM gradum proveb batur, quae nunc BA∣RONES a quercu in Bohemia, appellantur.u Franciscus Capiblancus resolves; BARONUM nomine Comites a∣lisque Titularios compraehendi nos dicimus; Nam istud verbum BARO, est scala et caput DIGNITAIV M¦REGALIUM: And thence he inferrs, DignitasxBARONALIS cum sit Dignitas et caput dignitatum, sp. cificè est tribuenda A PRINCIPE, cujus est eas con∣f••re, cum ab eo fluant et refluant. In France, such Feiffs as are at the Kings pleasure, and by his license erected into Baronies, are the only Territories that give the Title of a BARON: and the Lord thereof is stiled A BARON per le Conge du Prince, as* Mr. Selden proves out of Simon Marion Poydey 9 who addes, That when A BARONY came to the King of France by escheat or otherwise, the Kings git of the BARONY by Charter, made the Patentee A BARON, without other Rules of Creation: After which he proves by theyCode of King Henry the 4. that the Titles and Ho∣nours of a Duke, Marquess, Earls and BARONY, and their prerogatve, A SOLO REGE TRI••I POS¦SVNT. And inzSpain all their great Dignitie Page  228 and Titles of Nobility are not only originally derived from the King; but most of them upon every death, are receiveda again FROM THE KING, though not by any Charter of new Creation, yet by the Kings ac∣knowledgement of them, by adding the titular Name to the heir, who by his own name only, without the addition of his Title, signifies to the King the death of his Ancestor. Therefore doubtless, none but our Kings and Queens alone can create Earls, Lords, or Ba∣ron of Parliament in England, there being no one pre∣sidnt in Aniquity, nor in any Emire or Kingdom in the world (that I remember) to the contrary; and this I conceive to be most clearly resolved in and by the Sta∣tues f 27 H. c. 24 & 31 H. 8. c. 10.

28. That one of the first Brons created by Patent, whose Patent is yet exant, waIhn de Beauchamp Stewrd of the Houshold to King Rchard the 2. whose Patent runs in this form.

Richardus, &c. Sciatis quod pro bonis et gratuitis servitiis quae dilectus et fidelis Mles noster Iohannes de Beauchamp de HOLT,* Senescallus hospitii nostri no∣bis impendit, ac loco per ipsum tempore Coronationis nostrae hucusque impensis, et quem pro Nobis tenere poterit in fururum IN NOSTRIS CONSILIIS & PARLIAMENTIS, necnon pro Nobili et fideli ge∣nere unde dscendi, et pro suis magnisicis sensu et cir∣cumspectione, ipsum Iohannem INUNUM PARIUM A BARONVM REGNI NOSTRI ANGLIAE PRAEFECIMUS. Volentes quod IDEM IOHAN∣NES & HAEREDES MASCULI DE CORPORE SUO EXEUNTES, STATVM BARONIS SVSTI∣NEANT & DOMINI DE BEAUCHAMP, & BARONES DE KIDERMINSTER NUNCUPEN∣TUR. In cujus &c. datum 10 Octobris.

I finde this Iohn Beauchamp only once mentioned in the List of Summons in Claus. 11 R. 2. dors 24. dated 27 die Decembris, within 3. moneths of his creation; where he is stiled only Iohanni Beauchamp de Kider∣minster,Page  229 but neither Dominus de Beauchamp, nor BA∣RO de Kiderminster: After which in the summons of 27 H. 6. till 12 E. 4. one of his posterity was summo∣ned by the stile of Iohn Beauchamp Miles, DOMINUS DE BEAUCHAMP, without the Title of BARO de Kiderminster, expressed in any of the Rolls. For the various significations of the word Baro, and the several kinds or degrees of Barons, you may at leisure consult Bartholomeus Cassanaeus, his Catalogus Gloriae mundi, pars 8. Consid. 15. Calvini Lexicon Juridicum, tit. Ba∣ro; Sir Henry Spelmans Glossarium, De Baronibus Dia∣tribe; William Somners Glossarium, tit. Baro & Baronia, and Mr. Seldens Titles of Honour, part. 2. ch. 5. sect. 51, 52, ch. 2. sect. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. ch. 1. sect. 21, 22. ch. 4. sect. 6, 7. ch. 5. sect. 5. ch. 6. sect. 2. ch. 7. sect. 2. and the several Authors there quoted.

29. That I finde no president of any person created a Baron by special writ, but only one; whereby Henry Bromfleet Knight and the heir males of his body were created Barons of Vescy, by this writ entred after the Names of the Temporal Lords in the summons of Claus. 27 H. 6. m. 26. dorso.

iRex dilecto et fidelissimo Henrico Bromseet Mili∣i, salutem. Cum, &c. (ut supra, usque ibi) Tractatum: (et tum sic) Vobis in fide et ligeantia quibus Nobis tene∣mini, &c. ut supra.) nullatenus omittatis. Volumus enim VOS & HAEREDES VESTROS MASCULOS de corpore vestro legitimè exeuntes BARONES DE VES∣CEY EXISTERE. T. ege apud Westm. vicesimo quarto die Januarii; of a different date from that in the other summons, This special writ and clause of crea∣tion had been meerly void and nugatory, had the gene∣ral writ alone ennobled him and his Posteritie, and them Lords and Barons of Parliament.

Yet notwihstanding this special writ creating him BARON of Vescy; it is observable, that in all the sub∣sequent writs of summons of 28, 29, 31, 33, 38 H. 6. nd 1, 3, 7 E 4. he is alwaies stiled DOMINUS, but ne∣ver Page  230 BARO de VESCY; in any one List or Roll. I find in the Cl. Rolls of 49 H. 3. 23 E. 1. & 6. 7. 8 E. 2. Iohn de Vescy first, and after him William de Vescy sum∣moned amongst other temporal Lords. By which it is evident, that there were Lords and Barons of Vescy (though not so stiled in the Rolls) under these 3. Kings who were summoned to Parliaments; But after the summons of 8 E. 2. there is no mention of them in any Rolls (the Barony escheating for want of issue male, or by attainder, as is probable) till Sir Henry Bromfleet and his issu males were created Barons thereof, by the pre∣mised writ. A sufficient evidence, tht no general writ of summons created any Gentlemen who were summo∣ned to Parliaments, Barons, unless they held Lands by Barony and were Barons by Tenure; there being no Clause or words in the general ordinary writs of Sum∣mons, creating any persons summoned, Earls, Lords or Barons, or giving them these Titles, unless they were Earls, Lords and Barons by Patent or Tenure before their Summons; the writs fliing them onely such as they were when issued to them, and conferring no new Dig∣nity or Title on them; as I have (1) elswhere proved at large.

30. That the most ordinary writs of Summons boh to the Spiritual and Temporal Lords,* Sherifs, and others use only the words Magnates, or Proceres, Magna ibus & Proceribus jointly, or one of them alone without the other, to expresse the Temporal Lords and Nobles, without the word Barones, or Baronibus, which very rarely occur in any writs, except only in the wits to the Sherifs, Caus. 24 E. 3. d. 7. and the writs of Cl. 28 E. 1. d. 3. Claus. 5 E. 3. d. 25. & 12 E. 3. pars 2. d. 32. wherein the word BARONES is mentioned in some of them, and this Clause Cum Comitibus, BARO∣NIBUS, & caeteris Proceribus, or Magnatibus Regni nostri, used in others of them, upon extraordinary occasions; bu in no writs besides to my best remem∣brance; which run usually; Cum Praelatis et caeteris Pro∣ceribus,Page  231 or Magnatibus, or Proceribus et Magnatibus di∣cti regni tractaturi, vestrumque Consilium impensuri; without the word BARONIBUS. Which being not so much as once mentioned in these ordinary (but only in 2. or 3. extraordinary) writs, it is most evident to all, that the issuing of such writs to any Knights, Esquires, or Gentlemen, to summon them to Parliaments, can neither create nor constitute them Barons by writ; be∣cause they neither stile them (nor any of the Lords and Nobles, (but those two forementioned) arons, nor use the word BARO at all; but only Proceres, or Mag∣nates.

31. It is evident by all these writs, That the antient temporal Earls, Lords, Barons, are most essential necessa∣ry constitutive Members of our English Parliaments and Great Councils, to which they alwaies were, and ought of right to be summoned; and that no Parlia∣ment may or ought to be summoned or held without them, since both the writs to themselves, as likewise to the Archbishops, Bishops, Abbots, Priors, Sherifs of Counties, and Particular Cities and Corporations which are Counties within themselves, the Wardens of the Cinque Ports, Justices and other Assistants, in the bodies and essential parts of them, at least once, twice, or more frequently thus recite;

Quia, &c. ordinayimus quoddam Parliamentum apud We••m. &c. CUM PROCERIBUS, or MAGNATIBUS, or MAGNATIBUS ET PROCERIBUS dicti regni nostri tenere, &c. personaliter intersitis Nobiscum, et cum caeteris, or cum PROCERIBUS, MAGNA∣TIBUS, or MAGNATIBUS & PROCERIBUS, prae∣dictis super dictis negoiis tractaturi, vestrum{que} Con∣silium impensuri:
Which I having more largely e∣videnced in my Plea for the Lords, and House of Peers, shall here no further insist on.

32. That sometimes the King summoned some par∣ticular Bishops and Lords to treat with him about pub∣like businesses by writ, much like to a summons to Page  232 Parliament, without summoning other Lords, for which take this president in lieu of more.

Cl. 6 E. 2. d. 5. Rex venerabili in Christo Patri ea∣dem gratia Bathon. et Wellen. Episcopo salutem. Quia pro diversis arduis negotiis Nos et terram Vasconiae tangentibus in brevie ad partes Franciae, concedente Domino, sumus profecturi, ac vobiscum super aliqui∣bus quae Nos tangunt ante passagium nostrū ad partes praedictas habere volumus Colloquium et tractatum. Vobis mandamus in fide et dilectione quibus Nobis tenemini firmiter injungentes, quod omnibus aliis praetermissis sitis ad Nos apud Cant. die Jovis prox. ante festum Ascensionis Domini prox. futur. super praemis∣sis Nobiscum tractaturi. Et hoc sicut Nos et hono∣rem nostrum diligitis et indignationem nostram vita∣re volueritis nullatenus omittatis. T. Rege apud Westm. 3. die Maii. Consim. Breve dirigitur Dom. H. Wynton Episcopo. The like Episcopo Norwich, Wal∣tero de Thorp, Gilberto de Middleton. T. ut supra, to come to the King apud Dover, another day.

33 It is most apparent by these respective Clauses twice recited in all antient and modern writs of sum∣mons to the Spiritual & Temporal Lords, & 4 or 5 times in the writs of Prorogation & Resummons to them (here∣after cited Section 7.) Vobiscum & cum caeteris Praelatis (or) cum Praelatis et caeteris Magnatibus et Proceribus dicti regni habere volumus (or proponimus) Colloquium & Tractatum. Vobis mandamus, &c. quod personaliter ad dictos diem & locum intersitis, Nobiscum et cum caeteris Praelatis, Magnatibus et Proceribus dicti regni super dictis negotiis tractaturi, vestrumque Consilium impensuri: which make not the least mention of their sitting, treating, or consulting with the Knights, Citizens, Burgesses or Commons of the Realm, or of theirs with the Lords. And by the like Clauses in the writs of Summons to the Kings Counsil, and in the writs issued to Sheriffs for electing Knights, Citizens and Burgesses: The first part whereof recites, Quia nos de avisamento et assensu Con∣silii Page  233 nostr, &c. quoddam Parliamentum nostrum apud W. &c. tneri ordinavimus, et ibidem cum Praelatis, Magnati∣bus & Proceribus dicti regni nostri Colloquiū abere et Tra∣ctatu (without mentioning any Conference or Treaty at all of the Commons jointly with the Prelats, Lords & Great men in the Parliament) who by the writ are to be elected, reurned, summoned, impowred only; Ad faciendum et consentiendum hiis, quae tunc ibidem de Com∣muni Consilio regni nostri, or Praelatorum, Magnatum & Procerum dicti regni nostri (divina favente Clementia, con∣tigerit ordinari. That the Lords and Commons nevr sate and consulted together as one intire House in the Parliaments of England, since their first Summons to our Parliaments, but that the alwaies sate and consul∣ted asunder one from the other: Therfore Sir Edw. Cook his over-confident Assertion (without any real ground of Authority or reason) in his 4. Institutes, p. 4. Certain it is, that at the first both Houses ate together; as it appea∣reth by Modus tenendi Parliamentum (which directly avers the contrary, Sect. 15, 16▪ 17, 27.) and by 5 E. 3. n. 3. other places of the same Roll, and in 6 E. 3. in divers places it appeareth, that the Lords and Commons sate together; (when as both those Parliament Rolls and o∣thers uner Ed. 3. expresly evidence the contrary, as I have* elsewhere fully evidenced) must be exploded as Apochryphal, and enumerated amongst his other mi∣stakes.

34 That the Temporal Lords could not impose any Tax, Aid or Subsidy upon the Archbishops, Bishops, Abbots, Priors and Spiritual Lords or Clergy without or against their particular grants or assents in Convocation, no more than the Spiritual Lords and Clergy could impose any Aids or Taxes upon the Temporal Lords and Com∣mons; as I have formerly evidenced (p. 113. to 120. 148, 149, 153, 154, 155.) For further evidence where∣of I shall hereunto subjoyn this ensuing memorable writ, casuall omitted out of the first Section, pag. 31. where it should have been placed.

Page  234 Clau. 4 d. 3. m. 3. dorso.*

Rex venerabili in Christo Pari S. eadem gratia Archiepiscopo Cantuar. totius Angliae Primati, salutem. A vestra memoria non excidit, ut speramus, qualiter nuper apud Elham in prae∣sentia vestra et aliorum Praelatorum et Procerum de regno nostro, quos tunc ibidem pro magnis et arduis nego iis nostris fecimus congregari, exposita uerunt inter alia, negotia contingentia Nos et Regem Franciae; et post diligentem tractatum inde habitum, tam vobis quam ipsis videbatur, quod pro pace habenda cum ipso Rege, esset omnibus modis et viis quibus posumus ex∣haeredtionis periculo (obviare) insistend. Et si foran idē Rex vias Pacis rationabiles recusart, et ad exhaere∣dationem nostram quoad Ducatum praedictum, et alias terras quas habemus subDominio suo, nieretur, quod ad defensionem nostram contra ipsū cū Dei adjutorio vires nostras opponere deberemu. E ad hoc, tam vos, quam c•••eri Praelai 〈◊〉 Magnates, tunc ibidem existen. prae∣buistis consilium, et promisistis opem et auxilium op∣ponere oportunium. Et suer hoc concordatum existi, quod Pariamentum nostrum apud Wynton, ad diem Do∣minicam prox. ante festum Sancti Gregori Papae prox. prae erium summoneri fcerimus. Verum, quia in eo∣dem Prliamento expositis negotiis supradictis, habita∣que deliberaione super modo et forma defensionis contra potentiam ipsius Regis, si forsan dictas terras no∣stras invadere voluerit, apponendo petitoque sigillatim a q••liber Praelto et Magnate, CUIVSMODI SUB∣SIDIUM NOBIS IN EODEM EVENU FACERE VOLEBAT, ac Comitibus et BARONIBUS volun∣tatem in ea parte Nobis benevole exponenibus, dicti Praelati responderu••, quod proper absentiam vestram eorum responsum tunc facere nequiverunt, sed IN CONVOCATIONE ea de causa facienda taliter face∣re volebant, quod inde contentari deberemus. Nos igitur ad pericula et dampna quae non solum nobis, sed etiam vobis, et toto regno nostro evenire poterunt, si praefatus Rex Nobis guerram movere voluerit, ut est Page  235 dictum, nisi de bona et forti resistenia providau, ••∣bitae considerationis inuitum diigentes, attendenes quoque quod ad hoc non solum ex Ligeantiae debio, sed etiam pro tantis et tam ine••imabi ibus evitandis periculis, Vos et caeteri Praelati atuqe Clerus regni nostri manus apponere tenemini adjurices; Vobis mandamus rogantes, quainus ad diem Lunae prox. post sestum Sanctorum Tiburt•• & Valeriani prox futur: con∣venire fac. omnes Praelatos, tam Religiosos, quam ali∣os, totumqu Cerum vestrum Cantuar. Provinciae co∣ram Vobis, eisque dicta negotia et peicula imminen∣tia seriosius exponere studeatis. Inducentes eos modis et viis quibus expedire videiis, quod tantae necessi∣tatis articulo TALE NOBIS SUBSIDIVM FA∣CIANT, pro tantis periculis evitandis, quod per vestrum et ipsorum subventionem, jura et honorem nostri et totius regni nostri conservare, ipsosque et to∣tum populum nostrum ab hostium incrsibus ueri, et protegere valeamus domino nobis assistente. Mitte∣mus autem ad vos ad iem et locum praedictos quosdam de fidelibus nostris, ad praemi sa prosequenda & ieri curanda prout eis tunc ex parte nostra injungetur. Teste Rege apud Winton, 18 die Marcii. Anno Regni nostri quarto.

35. That the Lords in Prliament were the usual *Iudges not only in all Crminal, and Civil Causes and writs of Error, but likewise in all cases of Precedency, and Controversies concrning Peers and Peerage, as is e∣vident not only by the memorble prsidents of 3 H. 6. rot Parl. n. 10. to 14. 27 H. 6. rot. Parl. n. 19. 14 E. 4. rot. Par. n. 25. in Controversies of this Nature there recorded; but by these two presidents of laer times re∣membred by Mr. Cambde.

In the* Parliament of 39 Eliz. Anno 1597. Thomas Baron de la Ware peiioned the Queen to be restored to his ancint place and eat in Parliamen, whose case was this. His father, William, by judgement of Parli∣ment in the reign of Edward the 6. for endeavouring to Page  236 poyson his Unkle the Lord de la Ware, to gain his inhe∣ritance and honour; was disabled to enjoy any inheri∣tance or honour that might descend to him by his Un∣kles death: Afterwards in Queen Maries reign he was condemned of High Treason; and not long after intirely restored, as if he had not been condemned. Being disabled by his first Sentence to inherit his Unkles ho∣nor, upon his death, he was by Queen Elizabths special Favour and Letters Patents, created Baron de la Ware de novo, and sat only as a younger Baron then newly crea∣ted, during his life; After his death, his son petitioning, to enjoy the place of his Ancestors in Parliament, the Queen referred the business to the Lords in Parliament; who fin∣ding the judgement against William his Father, to be only personal, and not to bind his children, and that the judgement given against him under Queen Mary, was no obstacle, both because he could not lose that Digni∣ty and Honor by it, which then he had not (his Unkle being then alive) and because he was soon after intirely restored; and for that the anient Dignity and Barony was not extinct by his new Creation, but only suspended during his life, being not vested in him at the time of his late Creation; the Lords thereupon, locum i avi∣tum ADJUDICAVERUNT inter Barones Willough∣beium de Eresby, & Berkleium, in quo ritè locatur. In the same Parliament, it was resolved by the Lords in the case of Thomas Howard Baron of Walden, Knight of the Grter; who being sick and unable to come to the House himself, Baron Scroop, as his Proxy, was brought into the Lords House in his Parliamentary Robes be∣tween two Barons, the chief King of Arms going before him; where presenting his Patent and Creation, when the Lord Keeper of the Great Seal had read it, he was placed below all the rest of the Barons, though he were the younger son of a Duke, whose sons by an Order of Parliament made in the 6. year of King Henry the 8. ought to take place of all Viscounts, and other Barons, which the Lords then resolved, to be intended out of Page  237 Prliament, but they ought to sit in the Parliament house only according to the time of their being created Barons; as Mr. Cambden relates out of the Lords Iurnal.

36. That the Prelates, Earls, Barons and Great men of the Realm,* are the Proper Iudges of all Causes and Controversies there debaed between the King and his peo∣ple, and are all bound by Oath, as well as the King, to ob∣serve, defend and maintain the rights of the Realm and Crown of England; and that more especially by their Oath of Fealty and Homage, whereby they were tied to the King, and charged to appear when summoned in the writs of summons, as you may read more at large * before, in Spelmans Glossarium, Tit. Fidelitas, Homagi∣um, & ligeantia, and in* Mat. Paris, who records, A. 1209. that K. Iohn caepit HOMAGIA de omnibus homi∣nibus liberè tenentibus et etiam duodecim annorum pueris, quos omnes post FIDELIT ATEM FACTAM in osculum pacis recepit ac demsit. Et Wallenses (quod anteactis tem∣poribus fura inauditum) venientes ad Regem HOMAGIA fecerunt ibidem, licet tam divitibus, quam pauperibus es∣set oerosum. Then passing into Ireland with a great Army, there came to Dublin to meet him, plus quàm viginti Reguli illius regionis, qui omnes timore maximo perter iti HOMAGIUM ILLI ET FIDELITATEM FECERUNT, as the* highest Obligation of their future Loyalty, fidelity and subjection to him. Upon which Account, Homage is frequently stiled HOMAGIUM LIGEUM, LIGEANTIA & LIGANIA, by Bracton, l. 2. c. 35. f. 79. Glanvil, l. 7. c. 10. Guliclmus Neubrigensis, Hist. l. 2. c. 37. Chron.* Iohannis Brom∣ton, col. 1005. Fleta, l. 3. c. 16. Britton, ch, 68. De Ho∣mages, Custumar. Vetus Normanniae, c. 43. Cooks 7 Rep. Calvins case, f. 7. 1. Instit. f. 65. a. Hornes Myrrour des Iustices, ch. 35, 36, 37, 38. Spelmans Glossarium, Homagium & Ligeantia; because i most strictly unites and binds the King and his Subjects together, hunc, ad protectionm & justum Regimen; illos, ad reverentiam, tributa et dbitam Subjectionem, t obed••ntiam, as they Page  238 resolve; whereupon the Lords are enjoyned in their writs of summons personlly to appear in Parliaments and Great Councils, in fide & homagio QUIBUS NOBIS TENEMINI, as I formerly observed.

37. That the nmbers of Earls, Barons, Temporal Lords and Great men summoed to our Parliaments and Great Councils, andentred after the Eodem modo, and Consimiles literae in the Rolls and Lits of Summons are oft times very various and different; there be∣ing many more of them summoned to some Parlia∣ments and Great Council than to others, as you may easily discern by comparing their Numbers, which I have here presented you with in the grosse after eve∣ry writ; the Prince of Wales himself, the Duke of Lan∣caster, and other Dukes, and Earls, as well as inferior Lords, Barons and Great men, being left out of some Lists of Summons, one, two, or three Parliaments and Great Councils together, or more; and then inserted again into others; the true reasons whereof I appre∣hend to be these ensuing.

1. Their absence in forein parts or elswhere in the warrs, or pon other special services of the King; in which cases no wrts of Summons issued to them; and if their names were entred in the Lists of the summons, they were usually cancelled or rased out of them; wit∣ness the* forecited entrys, in the Lists o Claus. 11 E. 3. pars 2. dors. 11. And Claus. 12 E. 3. pars 3. dors. 32.

2ly. Their abode* beyond the Seas upon their own particular occasions, Both which causes frequently happened during the wars with France, Scotland, and Ireland; and whiles our Kings and Nobles had any Lands and Possessions in France, Aquitain, Normandy, Anjow, Picardy, and other parts beyond the Seas. Ma∣ny of the Earls, Lords, Barons, Great men, and our Kings themselves being oft times by reason of Warrs, Treaties, Embassies, and defence of their Inheritances, absent in forein parts, when Parliaments were summo∣ned and held in England by the Custos Regni, or Com∣missioners;Page  239 at which times I generally finde there were fewer Earls, Barons and Noblemen summoned to our Parliaments and Great Councils, than in times of Peace, or when our Kings were personally present in England, most of the Earls and Temporal Lords attending on them in person in their wrrs and voyages into forein parts, as on Ed. 3 H. 4 5, & 6.

3ly. The Civil wars hapning now and then between the King, Lords and Barons: upon which occasion some of the Temporal Lords whiles in open hostility and re∣bellion against the King, were now and then (as I con∣jecture) left out of the Lists of Summons, because they could not be conveniently summoned, or would not ap∣pear upon any summons if sent them.

4ly. The attainders, or Outlawries of some Earls, Lords and Barons of High Treason for their wars, In∣surrections, Rebellions, or other Treasons against the King; which disabled themselves and their Posterities to be summoned to Parliaments, till pardoned▪ or re∣stored by the King to thei honours, bloud, Lordships, Baronies and Lnds.

5ly. The Alieation of some Baronies by teure, by sales, gifts, marriages, escheats, or otherwise from one person, name, family to another, whereby the former Barons only by Tenure, were no more summoned after such Alienations, but the new Tenants who purchased or possessed them.

6ly. The deceases of some Earls, Lords and Barons without heirs males of their Bodies, or the Infancy or nonage of their heirs males at the time of their death, who usually had no writs of summons till their* full age; though the Prince of Wales, and Kings own sons were sometimes summoned to Parliaments during their Mi∣nority, as will appear by comparing the dates of their wris with the time of their births mentioned in our Historians, but few Nobles else were summoned during their Minority, for ought appears,* Minors being unfi to be Senators, Counselors, Judges in the Supremest Page  240 Council▪ Judicaure of the Realm, as I have* elsewhere proved.

7ly. Our Kings Liberty and Prerogative; who though obliged by the anient Laws and customs of the Realm, the Con••iutions of Clarindon, the Great Charter of King Iohn, (* Ad habendum COMMUNE CONSILIUM REGNI a Auxiliis assidendis et de Scutagiis assidendis, 〈◊〉 faciemus Archiepiscopos, Episcopos, Abbates, COMITES & MAIORES BARONES REGNI SINGILLATIM PER LITER AS NOSTRAS, &c.) & ex debito Iustitiae (as* Sir Edward Cook informs us,) to summon EVERY ONE OF THE TEMPORAL LORDS BY DESCENT OR CREATION being of full age, by writs to our Parliaments when held; yet they have likewise a Freedom and Prerogative to create New Earls, Lords, Barons by special Writs or Patents, or to Summon what particular Gentlemen and others of Parts and Abilities they please to their Parliaments and Great Councils, to counsel and advise them, as the exi∣gency of their affairs shall require, and they and their Counsel shall think necessary, pro hac vice tantum, or so oft as they deem necessary, without creating them Earls, Lords, or Barons for life or inheritance, by their general writs of Summons, as I have* elswhere eviden∣ced.

38. That the Eodem mod mandatum est, &c. And Con∣similes literae diriguntur subscriptis, in the Clause Rolls, are for the most part general, without defining the De∣grees and Qualities of the persons underwritten, except Dukes and Earls (specified by their Titles) but few else besides them. And sometimes special: As Eodem modo mandatum est Comitibus et Baronibus subscriptis,* Consi∣mile mandatum habent singuli Comites, BARONES, & MILITES subscripti. Consimiles Literae diriguntur Co∣mi••bus, BARONIBUS & MILITIBUS SUBSRIP∣TIS. So as it is a difficult matter certainly to define by the large list of names, which of them were real Lords and Barons of Parliament, and which not, except Page  241 those only who were usually summoned and listed in the Rolls amongst the Lords and Barons, and their po∣sterity after them; or such who are expresly stiled ei∣ther Barons or Lords in the writs or lists of names, of which I shall give you one instance. In the summons of Claus. 5 E. 2. m. 25. dorso. in the Eod•• modo man∣datum est Comitibus et Baronibus subscriptis, there is this List of names, with a particular distinction made of their Degrees in the Margin; declaring all in that Catalogue, to be Earls and Barons; and in no Roll else upon my best observation.

  • Guidoni de Bello Campo Comiti Warr.
  • Adamaro de Valen. Comiti Pembr.
  • Hmfrido de Bohun. Comiti Heref. & Essex.*
  • Iohanni de Warenna Comiti surr.
  • Edmundo Comiti Arundel.
  • Roberto de Veer Comiti Oxon.
  • Hugoni de Veer
  • Hugoni le Dispenser
  • Iohanni de Hastings.
  • Ioh. de Gifford de Brimes∣feld
  • Willo Martyn
  • Iohanni de Ferrar.
  • Willo. de Mareschall.
  • Roberto de Clifford.
  • Iohanni de Somery.
  • Roberto Fil. Pagan.
  • Iohanni Botetourte.
  • Roberto fil. Walteri.
  • Pagano Tybetot.
  • Bartho. de Badlesere.
  • Iohanni de Segrave:
  • Pho. de Kye.
  • Edmundo Deincourt.
  • Iohanni de Grey.
  • Rico. de Grey.
  • Iohanni la Ware.
  • Willo. de Echingham.
  • Thomae de Furnivall.*
  • Iohanni de Clavering.
  • Peero Corbet.
  • Rado. Basset de Draiton.
  • Iohanni Dengaine (Engayne)
  • Fulconi Lestrange.
  • Willo. le Latymer.
  • Fulconi fil. Warrini.
  • Roberto de Ufford.*
  • Iohanni de Bello Campo de
  • Somerset.
  • Hugoni de Courtenay.
  • Rado. de Gorges.
  • Henr. de Lancastr.
  • Mauricio de Berkele.
  • Thomae Bardolfe
  • Roberto de Monte alt.
  • Iohanni de Moh••.
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An exact Alphabetical and Chronological Table of all Dukes, Earls, Marquesses, Princes of Wales, and forein Kings summoned to the Great Councils and Parliaments of England, from 49 H. 3. to 23 E. 4. with the numbers of the Parliaments, years, and dorses of the clause Rolls of each King (when there were two or more Parliaments in one year) to which they were summoned, or re∣summoned by Writs of Prorogation; p. in the pa∣rentheis signifying the part, d. the dorse, and the next figures, the membranaes of the dorse or dorses wherein they are recorded. The other dorses you may find in the forecited Writs.

    A
  • ALbemariae, Thomas Duke of Albemarl, or Au∣marle (Uncle to K. R. d 2.) summoned to Parl. 9 R. 2. Edward Duke thereof, 21, 23, R. 2. & 1 H. 4. Thomas Duke of Clarence, Earl of Albemarle, so stiled in his summons, 1, 2, 3, 4 H. 5.
  • A••gos, Angos, Danego, or Anguish, Gilbert de Vm∣fravil, Earl thereof summoned to Parl. An. 25 (d. 25.) 27, (d. 16, 18.) 28 (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 9. 12.) 33, 4, 5, Ed. 1. 1 (d. 11. 19.) Ed. 2. Robert de 〈◊〉 Earl thereof summoned, 2, 3. 12, (d. 11. 29.) 1, 14, (d. 5. 2.) 15, 16, 17, 18. (d. 5. 21, 23. 34▪) . 2. Gilb••t de Umfrvil 6, (d. 4, 9, 19. 36.) 7, 8, 9. (d 8. 28.) 10, (d. 1, 5.) 12, 13, (d. 1. 28.) 14, (d. 23, 33.) 15. 16, (d. 13, 39) 17, 18▪ 20, 21, 22, (d. , 7. 〈◊〉.) 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, (d. 7, 8.) 1, (d. 2. 21.) 32, 33, 34, (d. 4. 35.) 36, 37, 38, 39, 42, 43, 44, 46, 47, 49, (d. 4, 6.) 50 E. 3. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13, 29.) 3, Page  243 (d. 13, 29.) 3. (d. 32) R. 2. All these, 3 Umfra∣vils, though the Title of their Earldom was Scotish, were all originally English Barons of Prodhow & Kime in Lancashire, and summoned to Parliament as Ba∣rons, though listed amongst the Earls, by reason of their Scotish Dignity; as you may read at large in Augustin Vincns Discovery of Errors in Mr. Brook his Catalogue of Noblity, p. 10, 11, 12. Mr. Cambden, Scotland, p. 45. and here p. 21 2. which will rectifie the mistake in Brooks Abridgement, Title Parlia∣ment, 84. The last of them dying without Heirs males in 4 R. 2. they ceased to be summoned.
  • Aquitain, Ioh Duke theref, and of Lancaster, summoned by that Title, Cl. 15, 16, 17, 20, 21 R. 2. See Lancaster.
  • Arundel, Rich. Fitz▪ Alan. Earle thereof summoned 23, (d. 9.) 25, (d. 25.) 27, (d. 16, 18,) 28, (d. 3, 17.) E. 1. Edmund Earl of Arundel summoned, 34 E. 1. 1, (d. 8, 9, 11, 19.) 2, (d. 11, 14, 20,) 3, (d. 16, 17.) 4, 5, (d. 11, 17, 25.) 6, (d, 3.) 7, (d. 16, 27.) 8, (d. 19. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8, 14.) 12, (d. 11, 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5, 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 20.) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d. 5, 15, 21, 34,.) 19, (d. 27.) E. 2. Richard 5 E, 3. (d. 7, 25. pars 2. (d. 7.) 6, (d. 4, 9, 19, 36.) 7, (d. 3.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d. 8. 28.) 10, (d. 1, 5.) 11, (p. 1. d. 8. 15. p. 2. d. 40.) 12, (d. 32.) 13, (d. 3. 28.) 14, (d. 33.) 16, (p. 1. d. 39. p. 2. d. 13.) 18, (d. 14.) 21, (p. 1. d. 28. p. 2. d. 9.) 22. (p. 1. d. 32. p. 2. d. 3, 7.) 23, (d. 23.) 24, (d. 3.) 25, (d. 5.) 26, (d. 14.) 27, (d. 12.) 28. (d. 26.) 29, (d. 7, 8.) 31, (d. 2. 21.) 33, (d. 10.) 34, (d. (d. 4. 35,) 36, (d. 16.) 37, (d. 22.) 38, (d. (d. 3.) 39, (d. 2.) 42, (d. 22.) 43, (d. 24.) 44, (d. 1.) 46, (d. 9, 10, 11.) 47 (d. 15.) 50, (d. 6.) Ed. 3. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13, 29.) 3, (d. 32.) 4, (d. 12.) 5, (d. 40.) 6, (d. 37.) 7, (d. 10, 37.) 8, 9, 10, 11, (d. 13, 24.) 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, Page  244 19, 20 R. 2. homas, 1, 2, 3, 5, (p. 1. d. 28. p. 2. d. 4. 6, 7, 9, 11, 12, 14 H. 4. 1, 2, 3 H. 5. Iohn 4 H. 5. Richard 1, 2. 3 H. 6. William summoned, 20, 23, 25, 27, 28, 29, 31, 33, 38, 49 H. 6. 7, 9, 12, 22, & 23 E. 4.
  • Athol. A. Writ, Iohanni Comiti Athol. Custoditerrae Re∣gis Scotiae ultra mare, to summon others in Scotland, 33 (d. 0.) E 1. David de Strabolgi Earl of Athol, summoned to Parliaments, 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d. 15, 21, 34.) 20 (d. 2.) E. 2. 4, (d. 13, 38, 41.) 5, (p. 1. d. 7. 25. p. 2. d. 7.) 6, (d. 4. 9, 19. 36.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 14.) E. 3. David 35, (d. 36) 39, (d. 2.) 42, (d. 22.) 43, (d. 24.) Ed. 3. These Davids de Strabol••, were Barons of Mitford in England, though the Title of their Earldom was Sco∣tish, and summoned thus to Parliaments in respect of this English Barony, though listed amongst the Earls, as you may read in Mr. Brook his Catalogue of Nobi∣lity, and Augustin Vincent his Discovery of the Errors therein, p. 36, 37, 38. to whom I refer you, both for their pedigre and death, without heirs males.
    B
  • BEdford, Ingeram de Couy Earl thereof summoned to Parl. 43 E. 3. d, 24. Iohn Duke of Bedford summoned, 2, 3, 4, 5, H. 5. 4, 11, 13 H. 6.
  • Boughan (in Scotland) Henry de Bellomone, (Beau∣mont) Earl thereof summoned, 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 8. 18.) 10, (d. 1. 5.) 11, (p. 1. d. 8, 15. p. 2. d. 11. 40.) 12, (p. 2. d. 32.) 13, (p. 2. d. 1. 28.) 14 (p. 1. d. 23.) E. 3. See Vincent, p. 5.
  • Buckingham, Thomas de Wodestoke Earl thereof, and Constable of England summoned, 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13, 29.) 3, (d. 32.) 4, (d. 12.) 5, (d. 40.) 6, (d. 37.) 7, (d. 10. 37.) 8, (d. 35) R. 2. Humfrey Duke thereof summoned, 23, 25, 27, 28, 29. 31, 33, 38 H. 6. Henry Duke thereof summoned, 22 & 23 (d. 10.) E. 4.
    Page  245C
  • CAmbridge (Cantabrigiae) Edmund (Son to King Edward 3.) Earl thereof summoned, 37, (d. 22.) 38, (d. 3.) 39, (d. 2.) 42, (d. 22.) 46, (d. 9.) 47, (d. 13.) 49, (d. 4, 6.) 50, (p. 2. d. 6,) E. 3. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13, 29.) 3, (d. 32.) 7, (d. 10, 37.) 8, (d. 35.) R. 2. Richard Earl thereof summo∣ned, 2 (d. 16,) H. 5.
  • Cantiae. See Kent.
  • Cestriae (Chester) Edward Pince of Wales, (eldest Son of K. . 1.) Earl of Chester, and so stiled in the Writs of Summons, 30 (d. 8. 13.) E. 1. (Edward eldest Son of K. E. 2. Prince of Wles, Earl thereof summoned, 14 (d. 23.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d. 5, 15, 21, 24.) E. 2. Edward Son of Edward 3. Prince of Wales, 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 26, (d. 14.) 27, (d. 12.) 28 (d. 6.) E. 3. Richard Prince of Wales, 50 (p. 2. d. 6.) E. 3. See Prince of Wales.
  • Clarence, Thomas Duke thereof summoned, 1. (d. 9. 37.) 2, (d. 16.) 3, (d. 15.) 4, (d. 26. H. 5.) George Duke thereof summouned, 49 H. 6. (d. 6.) 7, (d. 1.) 9, (d. 3.) 12, (d. 41.) E. 4.
  • Cornwall, Edmunarl thereof summoned, 23, (d. 3, 9.) 24, (d. 7.) 25, (d. 25.) 17, (d. 9. 16, 18.) 28, (d. 17.) . 1. Pter de Gaveston, Earl thereof summoned, 1, (d. 8. 11.) 3, (d. 16, 17.) E. 2. Iohn de Eltham the Kings Brother) Earl thereof summoned, 4 (d. 1, 32, 41.) 5, (p. 1. d. 7. 25. p. 2. d. 7.) 6, (d. 4, 9, 19, 36.) 7▪ (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d. 8, 18.) E. 3. Ed∣ward Prince of Wales, Duke of Conwall summoned, 24, (p. 2. d. 33.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 26, (d. 14.) 27, (d. 12.) 28 (d. 16.) E. 3. Richard Prince of Wales, and Duke of Cornwall summoned, 50 (p. 2. d. 6.) 〈…〉. See Prince of Wales.
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  • DErby, the Earl thereof summoned, 49 (d. 11.) d. 3. Henry de Lancaster, Earl thereof summoned, 11, (p. 1. d. 8. 15, p. 2. d. 11, 40.) 14, (p. 2. d. 33.) 16, (p. 1. d. 30.) 17, (p. 1. d. 25.) 18 (p. 1. d. 14.) E. 3. Henry de Lancaster, Earl thereof summoned, 9, (d. 45,) 10, (d. 42.) 11. (d. 13, 24.) 12, (d. 42.) 13, (d. 5.) 14, (d. 42.) 15. (d. 37.) 16, (d. 23.) 17 (d. 0.) 18, (d. 23.) 20, (p. 1. d. 15.) 1, (p. 1. d. 27.) R. 2.
  • Devon. Hugh de Countenay Earl thereof summoned, 9 (d. 8, 28.) 10, (d. 1, 5.) 11, (p. 1. d. 8. 15. p. 2. d. 11, 40) 12, (p. 2. d. 1. 28.) 14, (p. 1. d. 23, 33.) 15, p. 1. d 37.) 17, (p. 1. d. 25.) 18, (p. 1. d. 14.) 20, (p. 2, d. 22.) 21, (p. 1. d. 28. p. 2. d. 9.) 22, (p. 1. d. 32. p. 2. d. 3, 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) 24, (p. 1. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 26, (d. 14.) 27, (d, 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 7, 8.) 31, (d. 2. 21.) 32, (d. 14.) 33, (d. 10.) 34, (d. 4, 35.) 36, (d. 16) 38, (d. 3.) 39, (d. 2.) 4. (d. 23.) 43, (d. 24.) 44, (d. 1.) 46, (d. 9▪ 10, 11.) 47, (d. 13.) 49, (d. 4. 6.) 50 (p. 2. d. 6.) . 3. Edward de Courteney, Earl of Devon. summoned, 2, (d. 13, 29.) 3, (d. 32.) 4▪ (d. 32.) 5, (d. 40.) 6, (d. 37.) 7, (d. 37, 40.) 8, (d. 35.) 9, (d. 45.) 10, (d. 42.) 11, (d. 13. 24.) 12, (d. 42.) 13, (d. 5.) 14, (d. 42.) 15, (d. 37.) 16, (d. 23.) 17, (d. 31.) 20, (p. 1. d. 15.) 21, (p. 1. d. 27.) 23 (d. 3.) R. 2. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (p. 1. d. 3.) 3▪ (d. 17.) 5▪ (d. 28.) 7, (d. 30.) 8, (d. 2.) 11, (d. 32.) 12, (d. .) 14 (d. 22.) H. 4. 1, (d. 9.) 2, (d. 16.) 3, (d. 15.) 4, (d. 16.) 5, (d. 11.) 7 (d. 9.) H. 5. Hugh Courteny Earl thereof summoned, 8, (d. 2.) 9 (d. 13.) H. 5. Thomas Earl thereof summo∣ned, 15, (d. 18.) 18, (d. 33.) 20, (d. 27.) 23, (d. 21.) 25, (d. 24.) 27, (d. 24.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 41.) 31▪ (d. 36.) 33 (d. 30.) H. 6. Henry Earl thereof summoned, 38▪ (d. 30.) H. 6.
  • Dorset, Iohn Beauford, created Marquess Dorset,Page  247 summoned by this Tile, 21, (p. 1. d. 27.) 23 (d. 3.) R. 2. 1 (d. 37.) H. 4. Thomas Beauford Earl there∣of summoned, 2 (d. 16.) 4, (d. 1, 6.) H. 5. Edward Earl thereof summoned, 20, (d. 17.) made Marqess Dorset, and thus summoned, 22 (d. 21.) H. 6. Thomas Marquess Dorset summoned, 22, & 23 (d. 10.) E. 4.
  • Dublin, Iohn de Vere Marquess thereof summoned, 10. (d. 42.) R. 2.
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  • EBor. See York.
  • Essex, Humfry and Iohn Bohun, successively Earls of Hereford and Essex summoned. See Hereford, Henry Earl of Essex summoned, 49 (d. 6.) H. 6. 2, (d. 3.) 9, (d. 3.) 12, (d. 41.) 22 & 23 (d. 10.) E. 4.
  • Ewe in Normandy, Henry Bourgchier, Earl thereof summo∣ned, 13 (d. 2.) H. 6. See Brook and Vincent p. 149. &c. in E. We.
  • Exeter, Iohn Holland Duke thereof summoned, 21, (p. 1. d. 17.) 23 (d. 3.) R. 2. 1, (d. 37.) 2 (d. .) H. 4.
  • Thomas Duke of Exeter summoned, 5, (d. 11.) H. 5, 1, (d. 22.) 2, (d. 18.) 3, (d. 9.) 4, (d. 15.) H. 6. Hen∣ry Duke thereof summoned, 29, (d. 41.) 31, (d▪ 16.) 33, (d. 36.) 38, (d. 39.) H. 6.
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  • GLoucester, Gilb, de Clare, Comes Gloucestr. & Hert∣ord, summoned, 23 (d. 9.) E. 1. Radulphus de Monte Hermerii, Comes Gloucestriae, summoned, 27, (d. 16, 18.) 28, (d. 3, 17.) 30, (d. 8, 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34 (d. 2.) E. 1. Gilbert de Clare Com. Gloucestr. & Heref. summoned, 1. (d. 8, 11.) 2, (d. 11. 14, 26.) 3, (d. 16, 17.) 4, (d 11.) 5, (d. 11, 17, 25.) 6, (d. 3, 31.) 7, (d. 16 Page  248 27.) E. 2. Hugo de Audele, Audeley, Comes Glouce∣stiae, summoned, 11, (p. 1. d. 8, 15. p. 2. d. 40.) 12, (p. 2. d, 32.) 13, (d. 2. d. 28.) 14, (p. 1. d. 2, 33.) 15, (p. 1. d. 37.) 16, (p, 1. d. 39.) 17, (p. 1. d. 25.) 18, (p. 1. d. 14.) 20, (p. 2. d. 22.) E. 3. Thomas Dux Gloucestriae, the Kings Uncle, sum∣moned, 10, (d. 42.) 11, (d. 13, 24.) 12, (d. 42.) 13, (d. 5.) 14, (d. 42.) 15, (d. 37.) 16, (d. 23.) 17, (d. 30.) 20, (p. 1. d. 15.) R. 2. Thomas de Le Spencer, Coms Gloucestr. summoned, 21, (p. 1. d. 27.) 23 (d. 3.) R. 2. 1 (d. 37.) H. 4. Hum∣frey Dux Gloucestriae, summoned, 2, (d. 11.) 3, (d. 15) 4 (d. 16.) H. 5. 1, (d. 22.) 2, (d. 18.) 3, (d. 9.) 4, (d. 15.) 5, (d. 4.) 7, (d. 2.) 9, (d. 18.) 10, (d. 10.) 11, (d. 10.) 14, (d. 2.) 15, d. 18.) 16, (d. 33.) 18, (d. 33.) 20, (d. 27.) 23, (d. 21.) 25 (d. 24.) H. 6. Richard Dux Glou∣cestriae, summoned, 9, (d. 3.) 12. (d. 41.) 22, & 23 (d. 10.) E. 4.
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  • HEreford, Humfry de Bohun. Earl of Hereford, and Essex sumoned, 23, (d. 3, 9.) 24, (d. 7.) 25, (d. 6.) 〈◊〉 (d. 3, 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. ▪ 21.) 34 d. 2.) E. 1. 1, (d. 8, 11, 1.) 2, (d. 〈◊〉, 14, 20.) 3, (d. 16, 17.) 4, (d. 3.) 5, (d. 11 17, 25.) 6, (d. 3, 1.) 7, (d. 16, 27.) 8, (d. 9, 35.) 9 (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8, 12, 19.) 1, (d. 11, 9.) 13, (d. 17.) 14 (d. 5, 29.) E. 2. John de Bohn. Earl oHereford and Essex, summoned, 20, (d. 4) E. 2, 1 (p. 2. d. 11, 16.) 2, (d. 15, 23, 31.) 4, (d. 13, 32, 41.) 5, (p. 1. d. 7, 25. p. 2. d. 7.) 6, (d. 4, 9, 19, 6.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 28.) 9, (d. 8. 28.) E. 3. Humfry de Bohun. Earl of Hereford and Essex, and of Hereford and Northampton, 10, (d. 1. 5.) 11, (p. 1. d. 8, 15. p. 2. d. 11, 40.) 12, (p. 2. d. 32.) 16, (p. 2, d. 22.) 20, (p. 2.) 22. Page  249 21, (p. 1. d. 28. p. 2. d. 9.) 22, (p. 2. d. 32. p. 2. d. 3, 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) 24, (p. 2. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1. d. 6.) 26, (d. 14.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 7, 8.) 31, (d. 2. 21.) 34, (d. 4. 35.) 37, (d. 22.) 38, (d. 3.) 39, (d. 2.) 44, (d. 1.) 46, (d. 9.) E. 3.
  • Hertford, Earls thereof. See Gloucester.
  • Huntingdon, William de lynon, Earl thereof summoned, 11. (p. 2. d. 11, 40.) 12, (p. 2. d. 32.) 14, (p. 1. d. 23, 33.) 15, (p. 1. d. 37.) 16, (p. 1. d. 39. p. 2. d. 13.) 17, (p. 1. d. 25.) 18, (p. 1. d. 14,) 20, (p. 2. d. 22.) 21, (p. 1. d. 28. p. 2. d. 9.) 22, (p. 1. d 32. p. 2. d. 3, 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) 24, (p. 2. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 26, (d. 14.) 27. (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) E. 3. Guiscard de Angle, Or D'angle Earl there∣of summoned, 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13, 29.) 3, (d. 32.) R. 2. Iohn de Holland. Earl thereof summoned, 12, (d. 42.) 13, (d. 5.) 14, (d. 42.) 15, (d. 37.) 16, (d. 23.) 17, (d. 30.) 20, (p. 1. d. 25.) 21, (p. 1. d. 27.) R. 2. Iohn de Holland, Earl thereof sum∣moned, 7, (d. 2.) 13, (d. 2.) 15, (d. 18.) 20, (d. 27.) H. 6. William, Earl thereof summoned, 22, & 23 (d. 10.) E. 4.
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  • IReland, Robert de Vere, Duke of Ireland summoned, 11; (d. 24.) R. 2.
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  • KArliol Andrew de Harcla, Earl thereof; summoned 16, (d. 11. 26.) E. 2.
  • Kendal, Iohn Duke of Bedford, Earl thereof summoned, 2, (d. 16) H. 5.
  • Kent, (Cantiae.) Edmond (the Kings Brother,) Earl there∣of summoned, 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 36.) 17, (d. 27.) 20. (d. 4) E. 2. (The Kings Uncle) 1. Page  250 (p 2. 11. 1.) 2. (d. 15. 23. 31.) 4. (d. 41. E. 3. John Earl thereof summoned▪ 22. (p. 2. d. 3.) 25. (p. 1. d. 5.) 26. (d. 14.) E. 3. Thomas Earl thereof sum∣moned. 34. (d. 4.) E. 3. Thomas de Holland Earl thereof (Brother to the King) summoned, 4. (d. 32.) 5, (d. 40.) 6. (d. 37.) 7, (d. 10. 37.) 8, (d. 35.) 9, (d. 45.) 10, (d. 42.) 11, (d. 24.) 12, (d. 42.) 13, (d. 5.) 14, (d. 42.) 15, (d. 37.) 16, (d. 23.) 17, (d. 30.) 18, (d. 9.) 20▪ (p. 1. d. 15.) 21, (p. 1. d. 27.) (R. 2. Edward, Earl thereof summoned, 7, (d. 30.) 8, (d. 2.) H. 4. Edward Earl of Kent summoned, 49, (d. 6.) H. 6. 6, (d. 1.) 9, (d. 3.) 12, (d. 41) 22, and 23, (d. 10.) E. 4.
  • King of Castil, Leon and Arragon (Iohn Duke of Lan∣caster:) See Lancaster.
  • King of Scots, Edward de Balliolo, King thereof summon∣ed, 22, (p. 2. d. 3.) (p. 1. d. 19. E 3.
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  • LAncaster, Edmund Earl thereof (the Kings Brother) summoned, 23, (d. 9.) E: 1. Thomas, Earl thereof summoned: 27, (d. 16. 18.) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8, 9.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) 35, (d. 2.) Ed.. 1, (d. 8. 11. 19.) 2, (d. 11. 14. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 4. (d. 1.) 5, (d. 11. 17. 25.) 6, (d. 30.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 12.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) Ed. 2. Henry de Lancastria, Earl thereof summoned, 18, (d. 5. 21. 34.) 22, (d. 4.) E. 2. 1, (p. 2. d. 11. 16.) 2, (d. 15. 23.) 3, (d. 19.) 4, (d. 13. 32. 41.) 5, (p. 1. d. 7. 25. p. 2. d. 7.) 6, (d. 4. 9. 19. 36.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d. 8. 28.) 10, (d. 1. 5.) 11, (p. 2. d. 11. 40.) 12, (p. 2. d. 32) 13, (p. 2. d. 1. 28.) 14, (p. 1. d. 23. 33.) 15, (p. 1. d. 17.) 16, (p. 1. 33. p. 2. d. 13. 22.) 17, (p. 1. d. 25.) 18, (p. 1. d. 14.) 21. (p. 1. d. 28. p. 2. d. 9.) 22, (p. 1. d. 32. p. 2. d. 3. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) 24, (p. 2. d. 3.) Ed. 3. Henry created Duke of Lancaster sum∣moned, Page  251 25, (p. 1. d. 15.) 26, (d. 14.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 7. 8.) 31, (d. 2.) 34, (d. 4.) E: 3. Iohn, Earl thereof summoned, 36, (d. 16.) E. 3. made Duke of Lancaster, and so summoned) 37, (d. 22.) 38, (d. 3.) 39▪ (d. 2.) 42▪ (d. 22.) 43, (d. 24.) King of Castel, Legion, and Duke of Lancaster, sum∣moned by all these Titles.) 46, (d. 9. 10.) 49, (d. 4. 6.) 50, (p: 2. d. 6.) E. 3. (the Kings Uncle) 1, (d: 37.) 2, (d: 13. 29.) 3▪ (d: 32.) 4, (d: 32.) 5, (d: 40.) 6, (d. 37.) 7, (d. 10. 37.) 8, (d. 35.) 9, (d. 35.) 13, (d. 5.) 14, (d: 42.) R. 2. Iohn, Duke of Aqui∣tain and Lancaster summoned, 15, (d. 37.) 16, (d. 23.) 17, (d: 30.) 20, (p: 1. d: 15.) 21, (p: 1. d: 27.) R. 2. Henry, Duke thereof summoned, 23, (d: 3.) R. 2. 1, (d: 37.) H: 4.
  • Leicester; the Earl thereof summoned, 43, (d. 11.) H. 3.
  • Lincoln; Henry de Lacy, Earl thereof summoned, 23, (d. 9.) 27, (d: 9. 6. 18.) 28, (d: 17.) 30, (d: 8. 13.) 32, (d: 2.) 33, (d. 10.) 34, (d. 2.) Ed: 1. 1, (d: 8. 11. 19.) 2, (d. 11. 14. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) Ed. 2.
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  • MArch: Roger de Mortuomari (Mortimer) Earl thereof summoned, 4, (d: 32. 41.) E: 3, Roger de Mortuomari (summoned, 29, (d: 7. 8.) 31, (d: 2. 21.) E▪ 3. Edmund de Mortuomari, Earl thereof summoned, 44, (d: 1.) 46, (d: 9.) 47, (d: 13.) 49, (d: 4. 6.) 50, (p. 2. d. 6.) E: 3. 1, (d: 27.) 2, (d: 29.) 3, (d. 32.) R: 2. Edward, Earl of March, sum∣moned, 1, (d: 37.) 2, (d: 16.) 3, (d: 15.) 4, (d: 16.) 8, (d: 2.) H. 5. 1, (d: 22.) 2, (d: 18.) H: 6:
  • Marshal, Marescallus, Iohn, Earl Marshal summoned, 1, (d: 9.) 2, (d. 16.) 3, (d. 15.) 4, (d. 16) H. 5. Thomas, Earl Marshal, 1, (d. 22) 2, (d. 18.) H. 6. Iohn, Earl Marshal, 3, (d: 9.) H: 6. See Norfolk & Nortingham Page  252 Mountacute, Iohn Marquess thereof, 49, (d. 6.) H. 6.
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  • NOrfolk: Com. Norf. & Marescal. Angliae summoned, 49 (d: 11.) H. 3. Roger de Bigd, Comes Norfolk, & Marescallus Angliae, summoned, 23, (d. 1. 9.) 24, (d. 7.) 25, (d: 6. 25.) 27, (d: 9. 16. 28.) 28, (d: 3. 17.) 30, (d: 8. 13.) 32, (d: 2.) 33, (d: 21.) 34, (d: 2.) E. 1. Thomas de Brotherton Com. Norfolk, & Marescallus Angliae, summoned, 6, (d: 3. 31.) 7, (d: 16. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 31.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d: 8. 12. 14.) 12, (d: 11. 29) 13, (d: 13.) 14, (d: 29▪) 15, (d: 16) 16, (d. 26.) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d: 5. 15. 21. 34.) 19, (d: 27.) 20, (d: 4.) E. 2. 1, (p: 2. d: 11. 16.) 2, (d. 15. 23. 31.) 4 (d: 13. 32. 41.) 5 (p: 1. d: 7. 25. p: 2. d: 7.) 6, (d. 4. 9. 19. 36.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8. (d. 18.) 9, (d. 8. 28.) 10, (d. 1. 5.) 11, (p: 1. d: 8. 15.) 12, (p: 2. d: 32.) E: 3. Thomas Duke of Norfolk summoned, 21, (p. 1. d: 27.) R. 2. Iohn Duke of Norfolk summoned, 4, (d: 15.) 5, (d: 4.) 7, (d: 7.) 10, (d: 10.) H: 6, Iohn (his Son) Duke of Norf. sum∣moned, 15, (d: 8.) 18, (d: 33.) 20, (d. 27.) 23, (d. 21) 25, (d: 24.) 27, (d: 21.) 28, (d. 26.) 29. (d: 41.) 31, (d: 36.) 33, (d. 36.) 38, (d. 30.) 49, d. 6.) H: 6. 1, (d: 35.) 6, (d: 1.) 9, (d. 3.) 12, (d: 41.) E: 4.
  • Northampton, William de Bohum Earl thereof summon∣ed, 11, (p. 1. d. 15. p. 2. d. 40.) 14, (p. 1. d. 23. 33.) 15, (p: 1. d: 37.) 17, (p. 1. d. 25.) 18, (p. 1. d. 14.) 21, (p. 2. d. 9.) 22, (p. 1. d. 32. p. 2. d. 3. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) 24, (p. 2. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 26, (d. 14.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 7. 8.) 31, (d. 2. 21.) E. 3. Humphrey de Bohun, Earl thereof summoned, 37, (d. 22.) 38, (d. 3.) 39, (d. 2.) E. 3, See Hereford, Iohn Newel Earl thereof sum∣moned, 6, (d. 1.) E. 4.
  • Page  253Northumberland, Henry de Percy, Earl thereof summon∣ed, 1, (d. 37.) 2▪ (d. 13. 29) 3, (d. 32.) 4, (d. 32.) 5, (d. 40.) 6 (d. 37.) 7, (d: 12. 37.) 8, (d: 35.) 9, (d. 45.) 10, (d. 42.) 11, (d. 13. 24.) 12. (d. 42.) 13, (d. 5.) 1, (d. 42.) 15, (d. 43.) 16, (d: 23.) 17, (d. 30) 18, (d: 23.) 20, (p: 1▪ d: 15▪) 21, (p: 1 d. 27.) 23, (d: 3.) R: 2. 1, (d. 37) 2, (p: 1. d: 3) 3, (d: 17.) 5, (p: 1. d: 28. p: 2. d: 4.) H. 4. Henry Percy (Earl thereof) summoned, 4, (d. 16.) 5, (d: 11.) 7, (d. 9.) 8, (d. 2.) 9, (d: 13.) H: 5. 1, (d: 22.) 2, (d: 18.) 3, (d: 9) 9▪ (d: 18.) 10, (d. 10,) 11, (d: 10.) 13, (d: 2.) 15, (d: 18.) 18, (d: 33.) 20, (d: 27.) 23, (d: 21.) 25, (d: 24.) 27, (d. 24.) 28, (d: 26.) 29, (d: 41.) 31, (d. 36.) 38, (d. 30) H. 6. Iohn, Earl thereof summoned, 6, (d. 1.) 9, (d: 3.) E: 4. Henry, Earl thereof summoned, 12, (d: 41.) 22. & 23, (d. 10.) E: 4.
  • Nottingham, Iohn de Mowbray, Earl thereof summoned, 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d: 13. 29.) 3, (d: 32.) 4, (d: 33.) 5, (d: 40.) 6, (d: 37.) R. 2. Thomas de Mowbray, Earl thereof summoned, 7, (d: 10. 37.) 8, (d: 35.) 9, (d: 45.) 10, (d: 42.) Marescallus Angliae, 11, (d: 13. 24.) 12, (d: 42.) 13, (d: 5.) 14, (d: 42.) 15, (d: 37.) 16, (d: 23.) 17, (d: 30.) 20, (p. 1. d: 15.) 21, (p. 1. d: 17.)
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  • OXford; Oxon, the Earl thereof summoned, 49, (d: 11.) H. 3. Robert de Veer, Earl thereof summoned; 23, (d: 3. 9.) 24, (d: 7.) 25, (d: 25.) 27, (d: 16. 18.) 28, (d: 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d: 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d: 2.) E: 1. 1, (d: 8. 11. 19) 2, (d: 11, 20) 3, (d: 16. 17.) 4, (d: 5.) 5, (d: 11. 17. 25.) 6, (d: 3. 31.) 7, (d: 16. 27.) 8, (d: 29. 35.) 9, (d: 22.) 11, (d: 8. 12. 14.) 12, (d: 11, 29.) 14, (d: 5. 29.) 17, (d: 27.) 18, (d: 5. 15. 21. 34.) 19, (d: 27.) 20, (d: 〈◊〉.) E: 2. 1, (p: 2. d: 11. 16.) 3, (d: 15. 23. 31.) 4, Page  254 (13. 32. 41.) 5, (p. 1. d. 25.) E. 3. Iohn de Veer, Earl thereof summoned, 5, (p. 1. d: 7. p. 2. d: 7.) 6, (d: 4. 13. 19. 36.) 7, (p: 2. d: 3.) 8, (d: 18.) 9, (d: 8. 28.) 10, (d: 1. 5.) 11, (p. 1. d: 8, 15. p: 2. d: 11. 40.) 12, (p: 2. d: 32.) 13, (p: 2. d: 1. 28.) 14, (p: 1. d: 33.) 17, (p: 1. d: 21.) 18, (p: 1. d: 14. 21, (p: 1. d: 28. p: 2. d: 9.) 22, (p: 1. d: 32. p: 2. d: 3. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d: 23.) 24, (p: 2. d: 5.) 25, (p: 1. d: 5.) 26, (d, 14) 27, (d: 12.) 28, (d: 26.) 31, (d: 2.) 32, (d: 14.) 33, (d: 10.) E: 3. Thomas de Veer, Earl thereof summoned, 35, (d. 36.) 36, (d. 16. 42.) 37, (d: 22.) 38, (d: 39.) 39, (d: 2.) 43, (d: 24) 44, (d: 1.) Ed. 3. Robert de Veer, Earl thereof summoned, 7, (d: 10. 37) 8, (d: 35.) 9, (d: 45.) Marquess of Dublin, 10, (d: 42.) Duke of Ireland, 11, (d: 24.) R. 2. Albric, or Albert Earl of Oxon sum∣moned, 17, (d: 30.) 18, (d. 23.) 20, (p: 1. d: 15.) 21, (p: 1. d: 27.) 23, (d: 3.) R: 2. 1 (d: 37.) H. 4. Richard, Earl thereof summoned, 9, 11, (d: 32.) 12▪ (d: 2.) H: 4. 1, (d: 9. 37.) 2, (d: 16.) 3, (d. 15.) 4, (d. 16. H. . Iohn de Veer, Earl thereof summoned, 7, (d: 2.) 9, (d: 18.) 10, (d: 10,) 11, (d: 10.) 13, (d: 2.) 15, (d: 18.) 18, (d: 33.) 20, (d: 27.) 23, (d: 21.) 25, (d: 24.) 27, (d. 24.) 28. (d: 26.) 29 (d: 4.) 31, (d: 36,) 33, (d: 36.) 38, (d: 30.) 49, (d: 6.) H: 6. 1, (d. 35.) 6, (d: 1.) 9, (d: 3.) E. 4.
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  • PEmbroc, William de Valencia, Earl thereof summon∣ed, 23, (d. 3. 9.) E: 1. Adamarus de Valencia, Earl thereof summoned, 27, (d: 8. 16.) E: 1. 1, (d: 8. 11.) 2, (d: 4. 20.) 3, (d: 16. 17.) 5, (d. 17. 25.) 6, (d: 3. 31.) 7, (d: 16, 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 12. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 17, (d. 27.) E: 2. Laurence Hastings, Earl thereof summoned, 13, (p. 2. d. 1.)
  • Page  255 14, (p. 2. d. 23. 33.) 15, (p. 1. d. 37.) 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) 17, (p. 1. d. 25.) 21, (p. 1. d: 28.) p. 2. d. 9. 22, (p. 1. d. 32.) E. 3. Iohn de Hastings, Earl thereof summoned, 54, (d. 1.) H. 5. Humphrey Du. of Glo∣cestr Earl thereof summoned, 2, H. 5. d. 16. Ias∣per〈◊〉 thereof summoned, 31, (d. 36.) 33, (d. 36) 38, (d. 30.) H. 6.
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  • RIchmond. Iohn de Britannia, Earl thereof sum∣moned, 34, (d. 2.) E: 1. 1, (d: 19.) 2, (d. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 5, (d. 11.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d 29. 35.) 3, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 12. 14,) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d: 5. 29.) E. 2. 2, (d. 15. 23. 31.) 4, (d. 13. 41.) 5, (d. 7. 25.) 6, (d. 4. 9.) 19. 36.) 7. (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 13.) 9, (d. 8. 28.) E. 3. Iohn, Earl of Lanc. and Richmond summoned, 34, (d. 9) 36, (d. 16.) E. 3. Iohn Duke of Brittain, Earl thereof summoned, 2. (d. 13. 29.) R. 2. Edmond, Earl thereof summoned, 31. (d. 36.) H. 6.
  • Rivers, Richard, Earl thereof summoned, 6, (d. 1.) E: 4. Autony Earl thereof summoned, 12, (d. 41.) 22, & 23. (d. 10.) E. 4.
  • Rotland, Edward, Earl thereof summoned, 14, (d. 42.) 15, (d. 37.) 16, (d. 23.) 17, (d. 30.) 20, (p. 1. d. 15.) 21, (p. 2. d. 27) R. 2. 1, (d. 37) 2, (p. 1. d. 3.) H. 4.
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  • SArum, Salisbury, William de Monteacute (Monteacute) Earl thereof summoned, 11, (p. 2. d. 40.) 24, (p 2. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 26, (d. 14.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 31, (d. 2.) 32, (d. 14.) 34, (d. 4.) 36, (d. 16.) 37, (d. 22.) 38, (d. 3.) 39, (d: 2.) 42, (d. 22.) 43, (d: 24.) 44, (d. 3.) 44, (d. 9.) 47, (d: 13.) 49, (d: 6.) 50, p. 2. d. 6.) E. 3. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13. 29.) 3, (d. 32.) 4, (d. 32.) 5, (d. 40.) 6, (d. 47.) 7, (d. 10. 37.) 8, (d. Page  256 35.) 9, (d. 45.) 10, (d. 42.) 11, (d. 13. 24.) 12, (d. 42.) 13, (d. 5.) 14, (d. 42.) 15, (d. 37.) 16, (d. 23.) 17. (d. 30.) 18, (d. 23.) 20, (p. 1. d. 15.) R. 2. Iohn de Monteacut, Earl thereof summoned, 21, (p. 1. d: 27.) 23, (d. 3.) R. 2. 1, (d. 37. .) H. 4. homas Earl thereof summoned, 1, (d. 9. 37.) 2, (〈◊〉.) 3, (d. .) 4, (d. 16.) H. 5. 5, (d. 4.) H. 6. Richard Earl thereof summoned, 9, (d. 18.) 10, (d. 10.) 11, (d. 10.) 13, (d. 2.) 20, (d. 27.) 23, (d. 21.) 25, (d. 24) 27, (d: 24.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 41.) 31, (d. 36) 33, (d. 30.) Com. Warwic. & Sa••m. 49, (d. 6.) H. 6. 6, (d. 1.) 9, (d. 3.) E. 4.
  • Salop. Shrewsbury, Iohn, Earl thereof summoned, 23, (d. 21) 25, (d. 24.) 31, (d. 36.) 33, (d. 36.) 38, (d. 30.) 9, (d. 3.) 12, (d. 41.) E. 4.
  • Somerset, Iohn Beauford, Earl thereof summoned, 2, (p. 1. d. 27.) 3, (d: 17.) 5, (d. 28. p. 2. d. 4.) 7, (d: 30.) 8, (d. 2.) 11, (d. 32) H. 4. Edward Duke of Somerset, 29, (d. 41.) 31, (d. 36.) H. 6.
  • Stafford, Ralph, Earl thereof summoned, 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 7. 8.) 31, (d, 2. 21.) 32, (d 14.) 34, (d: 4.) 35, (d. 36.) 36▪ (d: 16) 37, (d. 22.) 38, (d. 3.) 39, (d. 2.) 42, (d. 22.) 43, (d. 24.) 44, (d. 1.) E. 3. Hugh, Earl thereof summoned, 46, (d. 9.) 49, (d. 4. 6.) 50, (p. 2. d. 6.) E. 3. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13. 29.) 3, (d. 32.) 4, (d. 32.) 5, (d. 40.) 6, (d. 37.) 7, (d. 10. 37.) 8, (d. 35.) 9, (d. 45.) R. 2. Thomas, Earl thereof summoned, 15, (d. 37.) R. 2. Edward, Earl thereof summoned, 23, (d. 3.) R. 2. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (p. 1. d. 3.) 3, (d. 17.) H. 4. Humphrey, Earl thereof summoned, 3, (d. 9) 4, (d. 15.) 5, (d. 4.) 7, (d. 2.) 15, (d. 8.) 18, (d. 33.) 20, (d. 27.) H. 6.
  • Suffolk, Robert d Ufford, Earl thereof summoned, 13, (p. 1. d. 8. 15. p. 2. d. 40.) 16, (p. 1 d. 33.) 17, (p. 1. d. 25.) 18, (p. 1. d. 14.) 21, (p. 2. d. 9.) 22, (p. 1. d. 32. p. 2. d. 3. 7) 23, (p. 1. d, 13.) 24, (p. 2. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1. d. 6.) 26, (d. 14.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 31, (d. 2.) 32, (d. 14.) 34, (d. 4.) 36, Page  257 (d. 36.) 37▪ (d: 22.) 38, (d. 3.) 39, (d. 2.) 42, (d. 22.) 43, (d. 24.) E. 3. William de Ufford Earl there∣of summoned, 44, (d. 1:) 46, (d. 9.) 47, (d: 46.) 50, (p. 1. d: 6.) E. 3. 1, (d: 37.) 2, (d. 13. 29.) 3▪ (d. 32.) R. 2. Michael de la Pool, Earl thereof summoned, 9, (d: 45.) 10, (d. 42.) 23, (d. 3.) R: 2. 1, (d: 37.) 2, (p. 1. d. 3.) 3, (d. 17.) 5, (p: 1. d: 28. p: 2. d: 4.) 7, (d: 30.) 8, (d: 2.) 11, (d. 32.) 12, (d: 2.) H. 4. 1, (d: 9. 37.) 2, (d: 16.) H. 5. William de la Pool, Earl thereof summoned, 9, (d: 18,) 10, (d: 10.) 11, (d: 16.) 13, (d: 2.) 20, (d: 27.) Made and summoned as Marquess of Suffolk, 23, (d. 21.) 25, (d. 24.) summoned, as Duke of Suffolk, 27, (d: 24.) 28, (d. 26.) H. 6. Iohn, Duke thereof summon∣ed, 49, (d: 6.) H. 6. 6, (d: 1.) 9, (d: 3.) 12, (d: 41.) 22, & 23, (d: 10.) E. 4.
  • Surrey, Iohn de Warrenna, Earl thereof summoned, 23, (d: 9.) 27, (d: 9. 16. 18.) 28, (d: 3. 17) 30, (d: 8. 13.) 34, (d: 2.) E. 1. 1, (d: 8. 11. 19.) 2, (d: 11. 14. 20.) 3, (d: 16. 17.) 5, (d: 11. 17. 25.) 6, (d: 3. 31.) 7, (d: 16, 27.) 8, (d: 29. 35.) 9, (d: 22.) 11, (d: 8. 12. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d: 13.) 14, (d: 5. 29.) 15, (d: 16.) 17, (d: 27.) 18, (d: 15. 21. 34.) 20, (d: 4.) E. 2. 1, (p. 2. d: 11. 16.) 2, (d: 11. 15. 23. 31.) 4, (d: 13. 32. 42.) 5, (d: 7. 25.) 6, (d: 4. 9. 19. 36.) 7, (p: 2. d: 3.) 8, (d: 18.) 9, (d: 8. 28.) 10, (d: 1. 5.) 11, (p: 1. d: 8. 15. p: 2. d: 11. 40.) 13, (p: 2. d: 1. 28.) 14, (p. 1. d. 23. 33.) 15, (p. 1. d. 37.) 16, (p. 1. d. 39. p. 2. d. 13. 22.) 17, (p. 1. d. 25.) 18, (p. 1, d. 14.) 20, (p. 1. d. 22.) 21, (p. 1. d. 28.) E. 3. Thomas Holland, Duke of Surry, summoned, 21, (p. 1. d. 27.) 23. (d. 3.) R. 2. 1, (d. 37.) H. 4.
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  • ULon, Li•••l (the Kings Son) Earl thereof sum∣moned, 34, (d. 4.) E. 3. sent into Ireland with an Army, 35, E. 3. d. 33. 36. E. 3. d. 42.
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  • WAles. Edward (eldest Son of Ed. 2.) Prince of Wales, &c. summoned, 30, (d, 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33▪ (d. 10. 31.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. Edward (eldest Son of Ed. 3.) Prince of Wales, &c.) summoned, 24, (p. 2. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 26, (d. 14.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 31, (d. 2.) 34, (d. 4.) 42, (d. 22.) 44. (d. 1.) 46, (d. 9. 10.) 47, (d. 13.) E. 3. Richard, `Prince of Wales (stiled the Kings Son, though his Grand∣child onely) summoned, 50, (p. 2. d. 6.) E. 3. Henry Prince of Wales, &c. summoned 1 2, (p. 1. d. 3.) 3. (d. 17.) 5, (p. 1. d. 28. p. 2. d. 4.) 7, (d. 30.) 9, 11, (d. 32.) 12, (d. 2.) 14, (d. 22.) H. 4. Edward (eldest Son of E. 4.) Prince of Wales summoned, 22, & 23. (d. 10.) E. 4.
  • Warenne, Iohn, Earl thereof summoned, 23, (d. 3.) 24, (d. 7.) E. 1.
  • Warwick; William de Bello-campo (Beauchamp, Earl thereof summoned, 23, (d. 3. 9.) 24, (d. 7.) 25, (d. 25. E. 1. Guido de Bello Campo, Earl thereof summon∣ed, 27, (d. 16. 18.) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2) 33, (d. 21.) 35, (d. 13.) E. 1. 1, (d. 11. 19) 2, (d. 11. 14. 20) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 4, (d. 1▪) 5, (d. 11. 17. 25.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 17.) 8, (d. 35. E. 2. Thomas de Bello-campo, Earl thereof summoned, 4, (d. 13. 32. 41.) 5, (p. 1. d. 7. 25. p. 2. d. 7.) 6, (d. 9. 19. 24 36. 7, (p. 2. d. 32.) 1, (p. 2. d. 1. 28.) 14, (p. 1. d. 33.) 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) 17, (p. 1. d. 14.) 21, (p. 1. d. 32. p. 2. d. 3. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) 24, (p. 2. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 26, (p. 1. d. 14.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 31, (d. 21.) 32, (d. 14.) 34, (d. 4.) 36, (d. 16.) 42, (d. 22. 34, (d. 24.) 44, (d. 1.) 46, (d. 4.) 49, (d. 4. 6.) 50, (p. 2. d. 6.) E. 3. 1. (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13. 29.) 3, (d. 32.) 4, (d. 32.) 5, (d. 40.) 6, (d. 37.) 7, (d. 10. 37.) 8, (d. 35.) 9, (d. 46.) 10. (d. 42.) 11, (d. 13. 24.) 12, (d. 42.) 13, (d. 5.) 14, (d. 42. 15, (d. Page  259 37.) 16, (d. 23.) 17, (d 30.) 18, (d. 23.) 20, (p. 1 d. 15.) 23▪ (d. 3.) R. 2. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (p. 1. d. 3.) H. 4. Richard, Earl thereof summoned▪ 5, (p. 1. d. 28. p▪ 2. d. 4.) 6, 7, (d. 30.) 9, (d. .) 11, (d. 32.) 12, (d. 2.) 14, (d. 22.) H. 4. 1, (d. 9, 37) 2, (d. 16.) 4, (d, 16.) 8, (d. 2.) H. 5. 1, (d. 22.) 2, (d. 18,) 3, (d. 3.) 6, (d. 4.) 7, (d. 2.) 10, (d. 10.) 11, (d. 10.) 13, (d. 2.) 15, (d. 18.) 29, (d. 41.) 31, (d. 36.) 33, (d. 36.) 49, (d. 6.) H. 6. 1, (d. 31.) 2, (d. 3.) 6, (d. 1.) 9, (d. 3.) E. 4.
  • Westmerland, Ralf de Nevil, Earl thereof summoned, 21, (p. 1. d. 27.) 23, (d. 3.) R. 2. 1, (d. 37.) 2, p. 1. d. 3.) 3, (d. 17.) 5, (p. 1, 28. p. 2. d. 4.) 6, 7, (d. 30.) 8, (d. 2.) 11, (d. 32.) 12, (d. 2.) 14, (d. 22.) H. 4. 1, (d. 5. 37.) 2, (d. 16.) 3 (d. 15.) 4, (d. 16.) 5, (d. 11.) 7, (d. 9.) 8, (d. 2.) 9, (d. 13.) H. 5. 1. (d. 22) 2, (d. 26.) 3, (d. 9) 7, (d. 2.) 9, (d. 18,) 10, (10.) 11, (d. 10.) 12, (d. 1.) 13, (d. 2.) 15, (d. 18) 18, (d. 33.) 20, (d. 27.) 23, (d. 21.) 25, (d. 24.) 27, (d. 24.) 28, (d, 26.) 29, (d. 41.) 31, (d. 36.) 33, (d. 36.) 38, (d. 30.) 49, (d. 6.) H. 6. 1, (d. 35.) 2, (d. 3.) 6, (d. 1.) 9, (d. 3.) 12, (d. 41.) 22, & 23, (d. 16.) E. 4.
  • Wigorne, Worcester, Thomas de Percy, Earl thereof sum∣moned, 23, (d. 3.) R. 2.) 1, (d. 37.) 2, (p. 1. d. 3.) 3, (d. 17.) Richard, Earl thereof summoned, 8, (d. 2.) H. 5. Iohn, Earl thereof summoned, 28, (d. 26.) 29. (d. 41.) 31, (d. 36.) 33, (d. 36.) H. 6. 2, (d. 3.) E. 4. Edward Tibetot, Earl thereof sum∣moned, 6, (d. 4.) E. 4.
  • Wilts, Wiltshire, Wiltes, Iames, Earl thereof summon∣ed, 28. (d. 26.) 29, (d. 41.) 31, (d. 36.) 33, (d. 36.) 38, (d. 30.) H. 6. Iohn, Earl thereof summoned, 12, (d. 41.) E. 4.
  • Winton, Winchester, Hugh le Dispencer, Earl thereof summoned, 16, (d. 26.) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d. 5. 15. 21. 34.) 19, (d. 27.) E. 2.
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  • YOrk, Edmond, Duke thereof summoned, 9, (d. 45.) 10, (d. 42.) 11, (d. 13. 24.) 12, (d. 42.) 13, (d. 5.) 14, (d. 42.) 15▪ (d. 37.) 16, (d. 23.) 17, (d. 3. 30.) 20, (p. 1. d. 15.) 21, (p. 1. d. 27.) 23, (d. 3.) R. 2. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (p. 1. d. 3.) 3, (d. 17.) 5, (p. 1. d. 28. p. 2. d. 4.) 7, (d. 30.) 8, (d. 2.) H. 4. Edward, Duke thereof summoned, 9, (d. .) 11, (d. 26.) 12, (d. 3.) H. 4. 1, (d. 9. 37.) 2, (d. 16.) H. 5. Richard Duke thereof summoned, 11, (d. 10) 13, (d. 2.) 18, (d. 3.) 20, (d. 27.) 23, (d. 21.) 25, (d. 24.) 27, (d. 24.) 29, (d. 41.) 31, (d. 36.) 33, (d. 36) H. 6.
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An Exact Alphabetical and Chronological Table of all the Temporal Lords, Baons, Viscounts and Great Men summoned to Parliaments and Great Councils in England, from 49. H. 3. till 23. E. 4. with the years, dorses of the Clause Rolls in each Kings Reign, and Numbers of the Parliaments to which they were summoned; p. in the Parenthesis, signifying the part of the Clause Roll of the year next before it, d. the dorse, and the figures fol∣lowing it the membrances and dorses wherein they are registred.

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  • Gllbert de Acton summond, 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) E. 3. William de Acton, 33, (d. 10.) E. 3.
  • Iohn ab Adam, 25, (d. 25.) 27, (d. 6. 18.) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33. (d. 21.) 34, (d, 2.) E. 1. 1, (d. 19.) 2, (d. 11. 14. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) E. 2. Elias de Albiniac, 23, (d. 3. 9.) 24, (d. 7.) 25, (d. 25.) E. 1. Richard de Aldeburgh, summoned, 6, (d. 4.) E. 3. William de Aldeburge, Aldeburgh, 44, (d. 12.) Chivalr, 49, (d. 4. 6.) 50, (p. 2. d. 6.) E. 3. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13. 29.) 3, (d. 32.) 4, (d. 32.) 5, (d. 40.) 6, (d. (d. 37.) 7, (d. 10. 37.) 8, (d. 35.) 9, (d. 45.) 10, (d. 42.) 11, (d. 24.)
  • Aldthleg, Aldthleg, See Andeley.
  • Almaric de Sancto Amando (St. Amand) summoned, 28, (d. 3. 7.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) 35, (d. 13.) E. 1. 1, (d. 11, 13. 20.) 3, (d. 5. 16.) 4, (d. 1.) E: 2. Iohn de Sancto Amando, sum∣moned, 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22,) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. Page  262 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d. 5. 21. 34.) 19, (d. 27.) E. 2. Alma∣ri de Sancto Amando, 44, (d. 12.) 46, (d. 9. 10. 11.) 47, (d. 13.) 49 (d. 4. 6.) 50, (p. 2. d. 6.) E. 3. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13. 29.) 3, (d. 32.) 5, (d. 40.) 6, (d. 37.) 13, (d. 5.) 14, (d. 42.) 15, (d. 37.) 16, (d. 23.) 17, (d. 30.) 18, (d. 23.) 20, (p. 1. d. 15.) 21, (p. 1. d. 27.) 23, (d. 3.) R. 2. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (p. 1. d.) 3, (d. 17.) H. 4.
  • Aabert de Arcedekne (Archedeacon) Ercdekn, Lerce∣dekne, summoned, 14, (d. 5.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 18, (d. 34.) E. 2. Thomas de Arcedekne, &c. sum∣moned, 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d. 34) E. 2. Iohn Arcedekne, Lercedekne, summoned, 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) E. 3.
  • Philip de Arcy, summoned, 28, (d. 17.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) E. 1. See Darcy.
  • Rgniald de Argentine, summoned, 25, (d. 25.) E. 1.
  • Iohn de Arundel, summoned, 1, (d. 37,) 2, (d. 13. 29.) 3, (d. 32.) R. 2. Iohn de Arundel, de Arundel Chivaer▪ summoned, 7, (d. 2.) H. 6. Thomas Arundel de Mountravers, Chivalr▪ summond, 22, and 23, (d. 10.) E. 4.
  • Nicholas de Astele, or Asteley, summoned, 30▪ (d. 8.) E. 1. 2, (d. 11. 20.) 3, (d. 17.) E. 2. Thomas de Aste∣le, summoned, 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) 33, (d. 10.) E. 3.
  • Gilbert de Aton, summoned, 18, (d. 21.) E. 2. William de Aton, 45, (d. 3.) E. 3.
  • Nicholas de Aldithlegh, Aldethly, Adels, Adely, Dau∣dele (thus variously written)▪ summoned, 25, (d. 25.) E. 1. 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) Iunior, 11, (d. 8. 14.) E. 2.
  • Hugh de Adely Daudeley, senior, summoned, 11, (d. 12.) 14, (d. 5.) 22, (d. 4.) E. 2. Hugh de Adele, (Daudely) Iunior, and without addition) 11, (d. 8. 12. (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d, 5. 29.) E. 2. 1, (p. 2. d. 11. 16.) 2, (d. 15. 23. 31.) 3, (d: 19.) 4, Page  263 (d. 11. 23. 33. 41.) 5, (p. 1. d. 7. 25. p. 2. d. 7.) 6, (d. 9. 19 36.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d. 8. 28.) E. 3. Iames de Adele, Daudeley, summoned, 4, (d. 13. 41.) 5, (d. 7. 25.) 6, (d. 9. 19. 36.) 7, (p: 2. d: 9.) 9, (d. 8. 28.) 10, (d: 1. 5.) 11, (p: 2. d: 11. 40.) 12, (p: 2. d: 32.) 13, (p: 2. d: 1. 28.) 14, (p: 2. d: 23. 33.) 15, (p. 1: d: 37.) 16, (p: 1. d: 39.) 17, (p: 1. d: 25.) 18, (p: 1. d: 14.) 24, (p: 1. d: 3.) 25, (p: 1. d. 5.) 26, (d: 14.) 27, (d: 12.) (de Helegh) 33, (d: 10.) 34, (d: 35.) 36, (d. 16.) 37, (d. 22.) 38, (d. 3.) 39, (d: 2.) 44, (d: 1.) 46, (d: 9. 10. 11.) 47, (d. 13.) E. 3. 1, (d: 37.) 2, (d: 13. 29) 3, (d: 32.) 4, (d: 32.) 5, (d: 40.) 6, (d: 44.) 7, (d: 37,) 8, (d: 35.) 9, (d: 45.) 10, (d: 42.) 11, (d: 24.) R: 2. Nicholas de Audeley (de Helegh) 11, (d: 13.) R: 2. Richard de Audeley de Helegh, 12, (d: 42.) 13, (d: 5.) 4, (d: 42.) 15, (d: 37.) R. 2. Iames de A∣deley 8, (d: 2.) H. 5.) 1, (d: 22.) 2, (d. 18.) Chi∣valer, 3, (d: 9.) 4, (d: 15.) 5. (d: 4.) 7. (d: 2.) 9, (d. 18.) 10, (d: 10.) 11, (d: 10) 12, 13, (d: 2.) 15, (d: 18.) 18, (d▪ 33.) 20. (d: 37.) 23, (d: 21.) 25, (d: 24.) 27, (d: 24.) 28, (d: 26.) 29, (d: 41.) 31, (d: 36) 33, (d: 36.) H. 6. Iohn de Audeley Chivaler, 49, (d: 6.) H: 6. Armiger, 1, (d: 35.) Chivaler, 2, (d: 3.) 6▪ (d: 1.) 12, (d: 41.) 22, & 23. (d: 10.) E. 4.
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  • THomas Bacon, summoned, 6, (d: 4.) E. 3.
  • Bartholomew de Badlesmore, summoned, 3, (d: 17.) 5▪ (d: 11. 17. 25.) 6, (d: 3. 31.) 7, (d: 27.) 8, (d. 23. 35.) 9, (d: 22.) 11, (d: 8. 14.) 12, (d: 12. 29.) 13, (d: 13.) 14, (d: 5. 29.) E. 2. Giles de Badles∣more, summoned, 9▪ (d: 8.) 10, (d: 1. 5.) 11, (p: 1. d: 8. p: 2. d: 40.) E. 3.
  • Alexander de Balliolo, summoned, 28, (d: 3. 17.) 30, (d: 8. 13.) 32, (d▪ 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34▪ (d: 2.) E. 1. Page  264Roger de Banet, Banet, summoned, 6, (d: 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d: 29. 35.) 9, (d: 22.) 10, (d: 11. 29.) 11, (d: 8. 14.) 13, (d: 13.) 14, (d: 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) E. 2. 6, (d: 49. 19. 36.) 7, (p: 2. d. 3.) 8, (d: 18.) 9, (d: 28.) E. 3.
  • Hugh Bardolfe, 27, (d: 16. 18.) 28, (d: 3.) 30, (d: 8. 13.) E. 1. Thomas Bardolfe, 1, (d. 8. 11. 19.) 2, (d: 11. 20.) 3, (d: 16. 17.) 4, (d: 1.) 5, (d: 11. 17. 25.) 6, (d: 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d: 29. 35.) 9, (d: 32.) 11, (d: 8. 14.) 12, (d: 11. 29.) 13, (d: 13.) 14, (d: 5. 29.) 19, (d. 29.) 20, (d: 4.) E. 2. 1, (p: 2. d. 11. 16.) 2, (d: 15. 23. 31.) 3, (d: 19.) 4, (d: 13. 32. 41.) Iohn Bardolfe, 9, (d. 8. 28.) 10, (d: 1. 5.) 11, (p. 1. d: 8. 15. p. 2. d. 11. 40.) 12, (p. 2. d. 32.) 13, (p. 2. d. 1. 28.) 14, (p. 1. d: 23. 33.) 15, (p. 1. d. 37.) 17, (p 1. d. 25.) 18, (p. 1. d. 14.) 20, (p. 2. d. 22.) 21, (p. 2. d. 9.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) 24, (p. 1. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 26, (d. 14.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 7. 8.) 31, (d. 2. 31.) 32, (d. 14.) 34, (d. 4▪) E. 3. Iohn Bardolfe de Wyrnegen, 33, (d. 10.) 34 (d. 35.) 36, (d. 16.) 37, (d. 22.) E. 3. William de Bardolfe, 49, (d. 4. 6.) 50, (p. 3. d. 6.) E. 3. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13. 29.) 3, (d: 32.) 4, (d: 32.) 5, (d: 40.) 6, (d: 37.) 7, (d: 10. 37.) 8, (d: 35.) 9, (d: 45.) R. 2. Thomas Bardolfe de Wy∣nisgy, 14, (d. 42.) 15, (d. 37.) 16, (d. 23.) 17, (d. 30.) 20, (p. 1. d. 17.) 21, (p. 1. d. 27.) 23, (d. 3.) R. 2. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (p. 1. d. 3.) 3, (d. 17.) 5, (p. 1. d. 28. p. 2. d. 4.) H. 4.
  • Mr. John Barnet, 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Ralph Basset de Sapcote, 49, (d. 11). H. 3.
  • Richard Basset de Wilden, Wileden, 25, (d. 25.) 27. (d. 18.) E. 1.
  • Ralph Basset de Drayton (sometimes stiled Senior, 23, (d. 9.) 27, (d. 16. 18.) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33. (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) 35, (d. 13.) E. 1. 1, (d. 8. 11. 19.) 2, (d. 11. 14. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 4, (d. 1.) 5, (d. 11. 17. 25.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 26. 27.) Page  265 8, (d. 29. 35.) , (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 17, (d. 27) 20, (d. 4.) E. 2. 1, (p. 1. d. 6. 11.) 2, (d. 15. 23. 31.) 3, d. 19.) 4, (d. 13. 23. 32. 41.) 5, (p. 1. d. 7. 25. p. 2. d. 7.) 6, (d. 49. 19. 36.) 7, p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d. 8▪ 28) 10, (d. 1. 5.) 11, (p. 1. d. 8. 15. p. 2. d. 11. 40.) 12, (p. 2. d. 32.) 13, (p. 2. d. 1. 28.) 14, (p. 2. d. 23. 33.) 15, (p. 1. d. 37.) 16, (p. 1. d. 39. P. 2. d. 13. 22.) E. 3. Ralph Basset de Drayton, 31, (d. 2.) 32, (d. 14.) 34, (d. 4.) 37, (d. 32.) 38▪ (d. 3.) 39, (d. 2.) 42▪ (d. 22.) 43, (d. 24.) 44▪ (d. 1.) 46, (d. 9.) E. 3. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13. 29) 3, (d. 32.) 4, (d. 32.) 5, (d. 40.) 6, (d. 37.) 7, (d. 10. 37.) 8, (d. 35.) 9. (d. 45.) 10, (d. 42.) 11, (d. 13. 24.) 12, (d. 42.) 13, (d. 5.) R. 2.
  • Sinon Basset, 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Ralph Basset de Sapcoe, 44, (d. 1.) 46, (d. 9.) E. 3.
  • Robert Baynard, 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 27.) E. 2. 3, (d. 19.) E. 3.
  • Nicholas de Beche, 16. (p. 1. d. 36.) 49, (d. 6.) E. 3.
  • Iohn de Bee, 23, (d. 4. 9.) 24, (d. 7.) E. 1.
  • Iohn de Beke-campo, (Beauchamp) usually stiled de So∣merset, 25, (d. 25.) 27, (d. 16▪ 18.) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. 1, (d. 8. 11. 19.) 2, (d. 11. 26.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 4, (d. 1.) 5, (d. 11. 17. 25.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 24. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 16. (d. 26.) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d. 5. 21. 34.) 19, (d. 27.) 20, (d. 4.) E. 2. 1, (p. 2. d. 6. 11.) 2▪ (d. 15. 23. 31.) 4, (d. 13. 23. 32. 41.) 5, (p. 1. d. 7. 25. p. 2. d. 7.) 6, (d. 9. 19. 36.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 12.) 9, (d. 8. 28.) 10, (d. 1. 5.) 11, (p. 1. d. 8.) 15. (p. 2. d. 11. 40.) 12, (p. 2. d. 32.) 13, (p. 2. d. 1. 28.) 14. (p. 2. d. 23. 33.) 15, (p. 1. d. 37.) 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) 17, (p. 1. d, 25.) 21, (p. 1. d. 5.) 26, (d. 14.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 25.) 29, (d. 8.) 31, (d. 2. 21.) 33, (d. 10▪) 34, (d. 4.) E. 3.
  • Page  266Giles de Bello-campo, 20, (d. 4.) E. 2.
  • Iohn de Bello-campo de Warwick, 24, (p. 2. d. 3.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 8.) 31, (d. 21.) E. 3.
  • Roger de Bello-campo, 37, (d. 22.) 38, (d. 3.) 39, (d. 2.) 42, (d. 22.) 43, (d. 24.) 44, (d. 1.) 49, (d. 4. 6.) 50, (p. 2. d. 6.) E. 3. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13. 29.) 3, (d. 32.) R. 2.
  • Iohn Beauchamp de Kiderminster 11, (d. 24.) R. 2.
  • William Beauchamp de Burgavenny, 16, (d. 23.) 17, (d. 30.) 18, (d. 23.) 20, (p. 1. d. 15.) 21, (p. 1. d. 27.) 23, (d. 3.) R. 2. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (p. 1. d. 3.) 3, (d. 17.) 5, (p. 1. d. 28. p. 2. d. 4.) 7, (d. 30.) 8, (d. 2.) 9, (d.) 11, (d. 32.) H. 4.
  • William Beauchamp DOMINUS de Sto. Amando, 27, (d. 24.) Miles 29, (d. 41.) 31, (d. 36.) 33, (d. 36) H. 6.
  • John Beauchamp Miles, Dominus de Beauchamp, 27, (d. 24.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 41.) 31, (d. 36.) 33, (d. 36.) 38, (d. 36.) 49, (d. 6.) H. 6. 1, (d. 35.) 2, (d. 3.) 6, (d. 1.) 9, (d. 4.) 12, (d. 41.) E. 4. Richard Beauchamp de Beauchamp Miles, 22, and 23, (d. 10.) E. 4.
  • Henry de Bello-monte (Beaumont) sum. 2, (d. 11. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 4▪ (d. 1.) 5, (d. 11.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 18. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12▪ (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d. 5. 21. 34.) 20, (d. 4.) E. 2. 1, (p. 2. d. 11. 16.) 2. (d. 15. 23. 31.) 5, (p. 1. d. 7. 25.) 6, (d. 9. 19. 36.) E. 3. Iohn de Bellomonte, 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) E. 3. Henry de Bellomon∣te, 36, (d. 16.) 37, (d. 22.) 38, (d. 3.) 39, (d. 2.) E. 3. Iohn de Bellomonte, 7, (d. 10. 37.) 8, (d. 35.) 9, (d. 46.) 10, (d. 42.) 11, (d. 13. 24.) 12, (d. 42.) 13, (d. 5.) 14, (d. 42.) 15, (d. 37.) 16, (d. 23.) 17, (d. 30.) R. 2. Henry de Bellomonte, 7, (d. 30.) 8, (d. 8.) 11, (d. 32.) 12, (d. 2.) 14, (d. 22.) H. 4. 1, (d. 37.) Iohn Beamont, Miles 10, (d. 10.) 11, (d. 10.) 13, (d. 2.) 14, 15, (d. 18.) 18, (d. 33.) Vicont de Bea∣mond,Page  267 20, (d. 27.) 23, (d. 21.) 25, (d. 24.) 27, (d. 24.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 41) 31, (d. 36.) 33, (d. 36.) 38, (d. 30.) H. 6.
  • Robert de Benhall, 33, (d. 10.) 34, (d. 3.) E. 3.
  • William de Berisford, 8, (d. 35.) E. 2.
  • Thomas de Berkelegh, Berkele, Berkeley, Berkely (thus variously written) 23, (d. 4. 9.) 24, (d. 7.) 25, (d. 25.) 27, (d. 16 18.) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 10. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) 35, (d. 13.) E. 1. 1, (d. 8. 19.) 2, (d. 11. 14. 26.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 4 (d. 1.) 5, (d. 11. 17.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 17.) 8 (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) E. 2. Thomas de Berkele, Berkeley, 3, (d. 19.) 4, (d. 9. 23. 32. p. 2. d. 7.) 9, (d. 8. 28.) 10, (d. 1. 5.) 11, (p. 1. d. 8. 15. p. 2. d. 40.) 12, (p. 2. d. 32.) 13, (p. 2. d. 1. 28.) 14 (p. 1. d. 23. 43.) 15, (p. 1. d. 37.) 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) 17, (p. 1. d. 25.) 18, (p. 1. d. 14.) 20▪ (p. 2. d. 22.) 21, (p. 2. d. 9.) 22, (p. 1. d. 32. p. 2. d. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) 24, (p. 2. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 26, (d. 14.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 8.) 31, (d. 2.) 34, (d. 4. 35.) E. 3.
  • Maurice de Berkeley, 2, (d. 1. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 4, (d. 19.) 5, (d. 25.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16, 27) 8, (d. 23. 35.) 9, (d. 32.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) E. 2. Maurice de Ber∣kele, Berkeley, 16, (p. 1. d. 36.) 36, (d. 16.) 37, (d. 22.) 38, (d. 3.) 39, (d. 2.) 42, (d. 22.) E. 3. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13. 29.) 3, (d. 32.) 4, (d. 32.) R. 2.
  • Thomas de Berkeley, Barkeley. 4, (d. 32.) 5, (d. 40.) 6, (d. 37.) 7, (d. 37.) 8, (d. 35.) 10, (d. 42.) 11, (d. 13. 24.) Chivaler:) 12, (d. 42.) 13, (d. 5.) 14, (d 42.) 15, (d. 37.) 16, (d. 23.) 17, (d. 30.) 18, (d. 23.) 20, (p. 1. d. 15.) de Berkeley, 21, (p. 1. d. 27.) 23, (d. 3.) R. 2. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (p. 1. d. 3.) 5, (p. 1. d. 28. p. 2. d. 4.) 7, (d. 30.) 8, (d. 2.) 11, (d. 32.) 12, (d. 2.) 14, (d. 22.) H. 4. 1, (d. 33.) 2, (d. 16.) 3, (d. 15.) 4, (d. 16.) H. 5.
  • Page  268Iames de Berkele, Berkely, 9, (d. 13.) H. 5. 1, (d. 22.) Chivaler, 3, (d: 9.) 4▪ (d: 15.) 5, (d: 4.) 7, (d: .) 9▪ (d: 18.) 10, (d: 10.) 11, (d. 10.) 13, (d. 2.) 15, (d: 18.) 18, (d. 33.) 20, (d. 27.) 23, (d. 21.) 25, (d. 24.) 27, (d. 24.) 28, (d. 26.) 29▪ (d. 41.) 31, (d. 38.) 33, (d. 36.) 38, (d. 30.) H. 6. 1, (d. 35.) 2, (d. 3.) E. 4.
  • Richard Berkeley, 3, (d. 9.) H. 6. William de Berkeley, Chivaler, 49, (d. 6.) H. 6. 6, (d. 1.) 12, (d. 14.) Vi∣cou•• Berkeley, 22, and 23, (d. 10.) E. 4.
  • Iohn de Berners, Chivaler. 49, (d. 6.) H. 6. 7▪ (d. 3.) 8, (d. 1.) 9, (d. 3.) . 4.
  • Roger Bertram, 49. (d. 11.) H. 3.
  • Thomas le Blo••te, Blount, 1, (p: 2. d. 11. 16.) 2, (d. 23. 31.) E. 3.
  • William le Blount, Blunt, 4, (d. 13. 41.) 5, (d. 7. 25.) 6, (d. 4. 19. 36.) 7, (p: 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d. 8, 28.) 10, (d. 1. 5.) 11, (p. 1. d. 8. 11. 2. d. 40.) E. 3. Walter Blunt de Mountjoy, Chivaler, 6, (d. 1.) 9, (d. 3.) 12, (d. 41.) E. 4. Iohn Blount de Mount∣joy, 22, & 23, Chivaler (d. 10.) E. 4.
  • Henry de Bodrigan, 3, (d. 17.) E. 2.
  • Iohn de Bohn, 33, (d. 10.) de Midurst, 37, (d. 22.) 38, (d. 3.) 39, (d. 2.) E. 2.
  • William Boneville, Bonevile, DOMINUS de Bonevile & de Chaton Miles, 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 41.) 31, (d. 36.) 33, (d. 36.) 38, (d. 3.) H. 6.
  • William de Btera••x, Botreaux, 43, (d. 22.) 44, (d. 1.) 46, (d. 9.) 47, (d. 13.) 49, (d. 4. 6.) 50, (p. 1. d. 6.) E. 3. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13. 29.) 3, (d. 32.) Chir. 7, (d. 10. 37.) 8, (d. 35.) 9, (d. 45.) 10, (d. 42.) 11, (d. 24.) 12, (d. 42.) 13, (d. 5.) 14, (d. 42.) 15, (d. 37.) R. 2. Iohn de 〈◊〉, 8, (d. 35.) R. 2. William de Botreaux 14, (d. 22.) H. 4. 1, (d. 9. 37.) 2, (d. 16.) 3, (d.) 4, (d. 16.) 5, (d. 11.) 7, (d. 9.) 8, (d. 2.) 9, (d. 13.) H. 5. 1, (d. 22.) 2, (d. 1.) Chivaler, 3, (d. 9.) 4, (d. 15.) 5, (d. 4.) 7, (d. 2.) , (d. 18.) 10, (d. 10.) 11, (d. 10.) 13, (d. 2.) 15, (d. 1.) 18, (d. Page  269 33.) 20, (d▪ 27.) 23, (d. 21.) 25, (d. 24.) 27, (d. 24.) 28. (d. 26.) 29, (d. 41.) 31, (d. 36.) 33, (d. 36.) 38, (d. 30.) H. 6. 1, (d. 35.) E. 4.
  • Iohn Bo••tourte, Buteturte, 〈…〉, 33, (d. 3. 8.) E. 1. 1, (d. 8.) 2, (d. 11. 14. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 4, (d. 1.) 5, (d. 11. 17. 25.) , (d. 3. 3.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 31.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 2) 13, (d. 13.) 14. (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 17▪ (d. 27.) 18, (d. 34.) 20, (d. 4) E. 2. Iohn 〈…〉, 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) de Byley, 32, (d. 14.) 42, (d. 22.) 44, (d. 1.) 46, (d. 9, 10. 11.) 47, (d. 13.) 49, (d. 6.) 50, (p. 2. d. 6.) E. 3. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13. 29.) 3, (d. 32.) 4, (d. 32.) 5, (d. 40.) 6, (d. 37.) 7, (d. 10. 37.) 8, (d. 35.) 9, (d. 45.) R. 2.
  • William de Botiler, Botiller, Butiller, Butiler, 23, (d. 4. .) 24, (d. 7.) de Wrington, 25, (d. 25.) 27, (d. 18.) E. 1. De 〈◊〉, 1, (d. 8.) 2, (d. 11. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 4, (d. 1.) 5, (d. 11. 17.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14▪ (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d. 5. 21. 34.) 19, (d. 27.) E. 2. William Botiller de 〈◊〉, 42, (d. 22.) 43, (d. 24.) E. 3. Radlph de Botiler, Chivaler, 20, (d. 27.) de Sutley, de sudely, 23, (d. 21.) 25, (d. 24.) 27, (d. 24.) 28, (d. 28.) 29, (d. 41.) 31, (d. 36.) 33, (d. 36.) 38, (d. 30.) 49, (d. 6.) H. 6. 1, (d. 35.) 2, (d. 3.) 6, (d. 1.) 9, (d. 3.) 12, (d. 41.) E. 4.
  • Iohn Burgohier, Bourghhier, 4, (d. 32.) 5, (d. 40.) 6, (d. 37.) 7, (d. 10. 37.) 8, (d: 35.) 9, (d. 45.) 10, (d. 42.) 11, (d. 13. 24.) 12, (d. 42.) 13, (d. 3.) 14, (d. 42.) 15▪ (d. 37.) 16, (d. 23.) 17, (d. 30.) 18, (d. 23.) 20, (p: 1. d: 15.) 21, (p. 1. d. 27.) 21, (p. 1. d▪ 3.) R. 2. 1▪ (d: 37.) H: 4. 〈…〉. Page  270 2.) 15▪ (d. 18.) 18, (d. 33.) de Bourghchier Chi∣valer, 23, (d. 31.) Vicount Burghehier, (yet still lifted towards the end of the Barons, for the most part) 25, (d. 24.) 27, (d. 24.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 41.) 31, (d. 36.) 33, (d. 36.) 38, (d. 30.) H. 6. Henry Bourghchier de Crumwel Chivaler, 49, (d. 8.) H. 6.
  • William Bourghchier, Miles Dominus Fitzwarren, 27, (d. 24.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 41.) 31, (d. 36.) 33, (d. 36.) 38, (d. 30.) H. 6. 1, (d. 35.) 2, (d. 3.) 6, (d. 1.) 9, (d. 3.) E. 4. Fulco Bourghchier, de Fitz∣warren Chivaler, 12, (d. 41.) E. 4.
  • Iohn Bourghchier de Bruers Chivaler, 33, (d. 36.) 38, (d. 30.) 49, (d. 6.) H. 6. 1, (d. 35.) 2, (d. 3.) 6, (d. 1.) 9, (d. 3.) 12, (d. 41.) E. 4. See Berners.
  • Humfrey Bourghchier de Cromwel Chivaler, 9, (d. 3.) E. 4.
  • Thomas de Bradeston, 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) 21, (p. 2. d. 9.) 22, (p. 1. d. 32. p. 2. d. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 7. 8.) 31, (d. 2. 29.) 34, (d. 35.) E. 3.
  • Gerard Braybrook, 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • William de Brewosa, Brenosa, Brewes, 25, (d. 25.) 28, (d. 9. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 12.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 31.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. 1, (d. 8. 11▪ 19.) 2, (d. 11. 14. 21.) 3, (d. 10.) 6, (d. 11. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11, 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) E. 2. Thomas de Brewosa, de Brewes, 16, (p. 1. d, 39. p. 2. d. 13.) 22, (p. 2. d. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) 26, (d. 14.) 27, (d. 12.) 32, (d. 14.) 33, (d. 10.) E. 3.
  • Guido de Brian, Bryan, 24, (p. 1. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 26, (d. 14.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 7. 8.) 31, (d: 2. 21.) 34, (d. 4.) 36, (d. 16.) 37, (d. 22.) 38, (d. 3.) 39, (d. 2.) 42. (d. 22.) 43, (d. 24.) 44, (d. 1.) 46. (d. 3.) 47, (d. 13.) 49, (d. 4. 5.) 50, (p. 2. d. 6.) E. 3. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13. 29.) 3, (d. 32.) 4, (d. 32.) 5, (d. 40.) 6, (d. 37.) Page  271 7, (d. 10. 37.) 8, (d. 35.) 9, (d. 45.) 10, (d. 42.) 11, (d. 13. 24.) 12▪ (d. 42.) R. 2.
  • Henry Bronfleet, Miles, BARO de Vesey, Vessy, 27, (d. 24.) Dominus de Vesey, Vessey, 28, (d. 26) 29, (d. 41.) 31, (d. 36.) 33, (d. 36.) 38, (d. 30.) H. 6. 1, (d. 35.) 2, (d. 3.) 6, (d. 1.) E. 4.
  • Edward Brook de Cobham, Chivaler, 23, (d. 21.) 25, (d. 24.) 27, (d. 24.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 41.) 31, (d: 36.) 33, (d. 36.) 38, (d. 30.) H. 6. 1, (d. 35.) 2. (d. 3.) E. 4. Iohn Brook de Cobham, Chivaler, 12, (d. 41.) 22, & 23, (d. 10.) E. 4.
  • Maurice de Brun, Brunne, 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16, 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) E. 2.
  • Rbert de Brus, 23, (d. 4. 9.) 24, (d. 7.) 25, (d. 25.) E. 1.
  • Iohn Bucton, 49, (d. 4.) E. 3.
  • Ralph de Bulmer, Bulmere, 16, (p. 2. d. 39.) 18, (p. 1. d: 14.) 21, (p. 2. (d. 9.) 22, (p. 1. d. 32. p. 2. d. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) E. 3.
  • William de Burgh, 1, (p. 2. d. 11.) 2, (d. 31.) E. 3.
  • Robert de Burghershe, 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. Bartholomew de Burghershe, 4, (d. 13. 23. 32. 41.) 5, (d. 7. 25. p. 2. d. 7.) 6, (d. 4. 9. 19. 36.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d: 8. 18.) 10, (d. 1. 5.) 11, (p. 1. d. 8. 15. p. 2. d. 40.) 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) 18, (p. 1. d. 14.) 22, (p. 1. d: 32. p: 2. d. 7.) 23, (p: 1. d. 23.) Senior, 24, (p. 2. d: 3.) 25, (p: 1. d: 5.) 26, (d. 16.) 27, (d: 12.) 28, (d: 26.) 31, (d: 2.) 34, (d: 4.) 36, (d: 16. 42.) 37, (d. 22.) 38, (d. 3.) 39, (d. 2.) 42, (d. 22.) E. 3.
  • Robert Burghersh, 16, (p: 1. d: 39.) 22, (p. 2. d. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d: 23.) E. 3.
  • Edmund Burnel, 5, (d. 17.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) E. 2. Nicholas Burnel, 24, (p: 2. d: 3.) 25, (p: 1. d. 5.) 28, (d. 28.) 29, (d. 7. 8.) 31, (d: 2. 21.) 36, (d. 10.) 37, (d. 32.) 38, (d. 22.) Page  272 39, (d. 2.) 44, (d. 1.) 46, (d. 9.) 47, (d. 13.) 49, (d. 4. 6.) 50, (p. 2. d. 9.) E. 3. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13. 29.) 3, (d. 32.) 4, (d. 32.) 5, (d. 40.) 6, (d. 37.) R. 2. Hugh Burnel, 7, (d. 10. 37.) 8, (d. 35.) 10, (d. 42.) 11, (d. 13. 24.) 12, (d. 42.) 13, (d. 5.) 14, (d 42.) 15▪ (d. 37.) 16, (d. 23.) 17▪ (d. 31.) 18, (. 23.) 20, (p. 1. d. 15.) 21, (p. 1. d. 27.) 23, (d. 3.) R. 2. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (p. 1. d. 3.) 3, (d. 17.) 5, (p. 1. d. 28. p. 2. d. 4.) 7, (d. 30.) 8, (d. 2.) 11, (d. 32.) 12, (d. 2.) 14, (d. 22.) H. 4. 1, (d. 9. 37.) 2, (d. 16.) 3, (d. 15.) 4, (d. 16.) 5▪ (d. 11.) 7, (d. 9.) H. 5.
  • William de Burton, 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
    C
  • THomas de Cailly, 2, (d. 11. 20.) 3, (d. 17.) 4, (d. 1.) E. 2.
  • Ralph Camys, Camoyes de Camoyes, 49, (d. 11.) H. 3. Ralph de Cameyes, Canoyes, 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8. (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11. (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d 11. 29.) 13▪ (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d. 21. 34.) 19, (d. 27,) 20, (d. 4) E. 2. 1, (p. 2. d. 11. 16.) 2, (d. 15. 23. 31) 3. (d. 19.) 4, (d. 13. 23. 32. 41.) 5, (p. 1. d. 7. 25. p. 2. d. 7.) 6, (d. 4. 9. 19. 36) 7▪ (p. 2. d. 3) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d. 18.) E. 3.
  • Iohn de Camoyes, 33. (d. 10.) E. 3.
  • Thomas Camoyes, Chivaler, 7, (d. 10. 37.) 8, (d. 35.) 9, 45.) 10, (d. 42.) 11, (d. 13 24.) 1, (d. 42.) 13, (d. 3.) 14, (d. 42.) 15, (d. 37.) 16, (d. 23.) 17, (. 30.) 18, (d. 23.) 20, (p. 1, d. 15.) 21, (p. 1. d. 27.) 23, (p. 1. d. 3.) R.. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (p. 1. d. 3.) 3, (d. 17.) 5, (p. 1. d. 28. p. 2. d. 4.) 7, (d. 30.) 8, (d. 2.) 11, (d. 32.) 12, (d. 2.) 14, (d. 22) H. 4. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d. 16.) 3▪ (d. 15.) 4, (d. 16.) 5, (d. 11.) 7, (d. 9) 8, (d. 2.) H. 5.
  • 〈…〉 23, (d. 4. 9:) 24, (d. 7.) 25, (d. 25.) Page  273 28, (d: 3.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 3.) E. 1. William de Camvil, 2, (d: 11.) 4, (d. 1.) E. 2.
  • William de Cantilupo, 28, (d: 3.) 30, (d▪ 8. 13.) 32, (d. 21.) 3, (d: 23.) 34, (d: 2.) 35, (d. 13.) E: 1. 1, (d: 8. 11. 19.) 2, (d. 2.) E: 2. Nicholas de Canti lu∣po, 9, (d. 8.) 11, (p: 1. d: 8. 15. p: 2. d: 11. 42.) 12, (p. 2. d: 3) 13, (p: 2. d. 1.) 14, (p: 1. d. 23. 33.) 15, (p: 1. d: 37.) 16, (p: 1. d. 39.) 17, (p: 1. d. 25.) 18, (p: 2. d. 14.) 20▪ (p: 2. d: 22.) 21, (p: 2. d. 9.) 22, (p: 1. d: 32. p: 2. d: 7.) 23, (p: 1. d. 23.) 24, (p: 2. d: 3.) 25, (p: 1. d: 5.) 28, (d. 26.) E. 3.
  • Robert de Causton, 32, (d. 14.) 33, (d. 10.) E. 3.
  • Hugh de Chasteldon, 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Peter de Channet, Champne, 28, (d. 3. 17,) 〈◊〉 1.
  • Iohn Chaundos, 11▪ (p. 1. d. 15.) E. 3. 〈◊〉Chaun∣dos de Chaundos, 11, (p. 1. d. 8. p. 2. d. 40.) 12, (p. 2. d: 32.) 13, (p. 2. d. 3.) 14, (p. 1. d. 23. 33.) 15, (p. 1. d. 37.) 16, (p. 1 d. 39. 2. d. 22.) 17, (p. 1. d. 25.) 18, (p. 1. d. 14.) 20, (p. 1. d. 22.) 22, (p. 1. d. 32. p. 2. d. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) 24, (p. 1. d. .) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 7. 8.) E. 3.
  • Thomas de Chaworth, 25, (d. 25.) 27, (d. 18.) E. 1.
  • Iohn de Charleton, (Charleton) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d: 29. 35.) 9, (p. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d. 5. 21. 34.) 19. (d. 27.) 20, (d. 4.) E. 2. 1, (p. 2. d. 11. 16.) 2, (d. 15. 23. 31.) 3, (d. 19.) 4, (d. 13. 23. 32. 41.) 5, (p. 1. d. 7. 25: p. . d. 7.) 6, (d. 4. 9. 19. 36.) 7, (p. 2. d: 3.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d: 28.) 10, (d: 15.) 11, (p: 1. d: 8. 15.) Senior, 13▪ (p. 2. d: 1. 28.) 14, (p: 1. d: 23. 33.) 15, (p: 1. d: 37.) 16, (p: 1. d: 39.) 17, (p: 1. d: 25.) 18, (p: 1. d: 14.) 20, (p: 2. d: 22.) 21, (p: 2. d: 9.) 22, (p: 1. d: 32. p. 2. d. 7.) 23, (d: 23.) 24, (p. 2. d: 3.) 25, (p: 1. d: 5.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 〈◊〉.) 29, (d: 7. 8.) 31, (d. 2. 21) 34, (d: 4.) E. 3.
  • Iohn de Charleton de Powi, 36, (d: 16.) 37, (d. 22.) 38, Page  274 (d: 3.) 39, (d: 2.) 42, (d: 22.) 44, (d: 1.) 46, (d. 9.) 47, (d: 13.) E. 3. Iohn de Charleton de Powys, 6, (d: 37.) 7, (d. 10. 37.) 8, (d. 35.) 9, (d: 45.) 10, (d: 42.) 11, (d: 13. 24.) 12, (d. 42.) 13, (d. 3.) 14, (d. 42) 15, (d: 37.) 16, (d. 23.) 17, (d. 30.) 18, (d: 23.) 20, (p: 1. d. 15.) 21, (p: 1. d: 27.) 23, (p: 1. (d. 3.) R: 2. 1, (d: 37.) 2, (p: 2. d. 3.) H: 4. Ed∣ward Charleton de Powys, 3, (d. 17.) 5, (p. 1. d. 28. p. 2. d: 4.) 7, (d: 30.) 8, (d. 7.) 11, (d: 32.) 12, (d. 2.) 14, (d: 2.) H. 4. 1, (d. 9. 37.) 2, (d. 6.) 3, (d. 15.) 4, (d: 16.) 5, (d. 11.) 7, (d: 9.) 8, (d: 2.) H. 5.
  • Richard de Clare, 3 (d: 17.) E. 2.
  • John de Clavering, Claverings, 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d: 8. 13.) 32▪ (d. 2.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. 3, (d: 16. 17.) 5, (d: 11. 17. 25.) 6, (d: 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 29, 35.) 9, (d: 2.) 11, (d: 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 17, (d: 27.) 18, (d. 5. 21. 34.) 19, (d. 27.) 20, (d. 4.) E. 2. 1, (p. 2. d. 11. 16.) 2, (d. 15. 23. 31.) 3, (d. 19.) 4, (d. 13. 23. 32.) 5, (p. 1. d. 7. 25. p. 2. d. 7.) E. 3.
  • Robert de Clifford, de Clyfford, 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. 1, (d. 8. 11. 19.) 2, (d. 11. 14. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 5, (d. 17.) 6, (d. 3. 11. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) E 2. Roger de Clifford, 13, (d: 12.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) E. 2. Robert de Clifford, 1, (p. 2. d. 11.) 2, (d. 23. 31.) 4, (d. 13. 23. 32. 41.) 5, (p. 1. d: 7. 25. p: 2. d. 7.) 6, (d 9. 19. 36.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18.) 9▪ (d. 8. 18.) 16, (p. 1. d: 39.) 18, (p. 1. d: 14.) 31, (d: 2.) E: 3. Ro∣ger de Clifford, 32, (d: 14.) 34, (d: 4.) 37, (d: 22.) 38, (d: 2.) 39, (d. 2.) 42, (d: 22.) 43, (d: 24.) 44, (d: 1.) 46, (d: 9.) 47, (d: 13.) 49, (d 4. 6.) 50, (p. 1. d: 6.) E. 3. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d: 13. 29.) 3, (d: 32.) 4. (d: 32.) 5, (d: 40.) 6, (d. 37.) 7, (d. 10. 37.) 8, (d. 5) 9, (d: 45.) 10, (d. 42.) 11, (d. 13. 24.) 12, (d: 42.) R. 2. Thomas Clifford, 13, (d: 5.) 14, (d. 42.) 15, (d. 37.) R. 2 Iohn Clifford, 12, (d 2.) 14, (d: 22.) H. 4. 1, (d. 9. 37.) 2, (d. 16.) 3, (d: 15.) 4, (d. Page  275 16.) 8, (d. 2.) H. 5. Iohn de Clifford, Chivaler, 20, (d▪ 27.) H. 6. Thomas de Clifford Chivaler, 23, (d. 21.) 25, (d: 24.) 27, (d: 24.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d: 41.) 31, (d: 36.) H. 6. William de Clifford Dominus de Clifford, 38, (d. 30.) H. 6.
  • Iohn de Clifton, Clyften, 50, (p. 2. d. 6.) E. 3. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d: 13. 29.) 3, (d: 32.) 4, (d. 32.) 5, (d. 40.) 6, (d: 37.) 7, (d: 37.) 8, (d: 35.) 9, (d: 45.) 10, (d. 42.) 11, (d: 24.) 12, (d: 42.) R. 2. Constantine de Clifton, 16, (d. 23.) 17, (d: 30.) 18, (d: 23.) R. 2.
  • Iohn de Clinton, 27, (d: 18.) E. 1. William de Clinton, Clynton, 4, (d: 23.) 5, (d: 7. 25. p. 2. d. 7.) 6, (d: 9. 19. 36.) 7, (p: 2. d. 3.) 8, (d: 18.) 9, (d: 8. 18.) 10, (d: 1. 5.) E. 3. Iohn de Clynton, 6, (d. 4. 9. 19. 36.) 7, (p: 2. d: 3.) 8, (d. 18.) E. 3. Iohn de Clynton, 31, (d: 2.) 32, (d: 14.) 34, (d: 4.) 42, (d. 22.) 43, (d. 24.) 44, (d. 1.) 46, (d. 9.) 47, (d. 13.) 49, (d: 4. 6.) 50, (p. 2. d. 6.) E. 3. 1, (d: 37.) 2, (d: 13. 29.) 3, (d. 32.) 4, (d: 32.) 5, (d: 40.) 6, (d: 37.) 7, (d. 10. 37.) 8, (d: 35.) (9, d: 45.) 10, (d. 42.) 11, (d: 13. 24.) 12, (d: 42.) 13, (d: 5.) 14, (d. 42.) 15, (d. 37.) 16, (d. 23.) 17, (d. 30.) 18, (d. 23.) 20, (p. 1. d: 15.) 21, (p. 1. d. 27.) R. 2. William de Clinton, 23, (d. 3.) R. 2. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (p. 1. d. 3.) 3, (d: 17.) 5, (p. 1. d. 28. p. 2. d. 4.) 7, (d: 30.) 8, (d. 2.) 11, (d. 32.) 12, (d. 2.) 14, (d. 22.) H. 4. 1, (d. 9. 37.) 2, (d. 16.) 4, (d. 16.) 8, (d: 2.) 9, (d: 13.) H: 5. 1, (d: 22.) 2, (d: 18.) 3, (d. 9.) 4, (d. 15.) Chivaler, 9, (d. 18,) H. 6. Iohn DOMINUS de Clinton, 29, (d: 41.) 33, (d: 36.) H. 6. Chivaler, 1, (d. 35.) 2, (d. 3.) E. 4.
  • Henry de Cobeham, Cobbeham, Cobham, 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d: 26.) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d. 5. 21. 34.) 19, (d. 27.) 20, (d. 4:) E. 2. 1, (p. 2. d. 11. 16.) 2, (d. 15. 23. 31.) 3, (d. 19.) 4, (d. 13. 23. 32. 41.) 5, (d. 7. 25.) 6, (d. 9. 19. 36.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3) Page  276 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d: 8. 18.) 1, (p. 1. d. 7.) E. 3. Stephen de Cobbeham, 10, (d. 4.) E. 2. . (p: . d. 1.) 2, (d. 15. 23. 31.) 3, (d. 19.) 4, (d. 3. 23.) 5, (d. 7. 25.) 6, (d. 4. 9. 19. 36.) , (p. 2. d. 3.) E. 3. ••∣ginald de Cobbeham, Cobham, 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) 11, (p. 2. d. 9.) 22, (p. 1. d. 32. p. 2. d. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) 24, (p. 2. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 6.) 3, (d. 2.) 32, (d. 14.) 34, (d. 4.) 44, (d. ▪) 46, (d. 9.) E. 3. Iohn de Cobbeham, 6, (d. 4.) 16, (p. 2. d. 13. 22.) 24, (p. 2. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 27, (d. 14.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 7. 8.) 31, (d. 2. 21. 29.) E. 3. Iohn de Cobbeham de Kent, 42, (d. 22.) 43, (d. 24) 44, (d. 1.) 46, (d. 11.) 47, (d. 6.) 49, (d. 4. 8.) E. 3. , (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13. 29.) 3, (d. 32.) 4, (d. 32.) 5, (d. 40.) 6, (d. 37) 7, (d. 10. 37.) 8, (d. 35.) 9, (d. 45.) 10, (d. 4.) 11, (d. 13. 24.) 12, (d. 42.) 13, (d. 5.) 14, (d. 42.) 15, (d. 37.) 16, (d. 23.) 17, (d. 30.) 18, (d. 23.) 20, (p. 1. d. 15.) 21, (p. 1. d. 27.) Chivaler, 23, (d. 3.) R. 2. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (p. 1. d. 3.) 8, (d. 17.) 5, (p. 1. d. 28. p. 2. d. 4.) 7, (d. 0.) 8, (d. 2.) H. 4. See Old astle.
  • John Coggeshall, 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Iohn Cokdyn, 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Walter de Colvyll, 49, (d. 11.) H. 3.
  • Robert de Colevil, Colvil, Colvile, 16, (p. 1. d. 39. p. 2. d. 22.) 22, (p. 2. d. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) 24, (p. 2. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 8.) 31, (d. 2. 21.) 32, (d. 14.) 33, (d. 10.) 34, (d. 4. 35.) 36, (d. 16.) 37, (d. 22.) 38, (d. 3.) 39, (d. 2.) E. 3.
  • Philip de Columbariis, 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d. 5. 21. 34.) 19, (d. 27.) 20, (d. 4.) E. 2. 1, (p. 1. d. 11. 16.) 2, (d. 15. 23. 37.) 3, (d. 19.) 4, (d. 13. 23. 32. 41.) 5, (d. 7. 25.) 6, (d. 4. 9. 19. 36.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d. 8. 18.) 11, (p. 1. d. 8. 15. p. 2. d. 11. Page  277 40.) 12, (p. 2. d. 32.) 13, (p. 2. d. 1. 28.) 14, (p. 2. d. 23. 33.) E. 3.
  • Peter Corbet, de Corbet, 23, (d. 9.) 25, (d. 25.) 27, (d. 16. 28.) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 31.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. 1, (d. 8. 11. 19.) 2, (d. 11. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 4, (d. 1.) 5, (d. 11. 17. 25.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 7. 29.) 16, (d. 16.) E. 3. Robert Corbet, 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Iohn Cornwal, Chivaler, 11, (d. 10.) 13, (d. 2.) 15, (d. 18.) 18, (d. 33.) 20, (d. 27.) H. 6.
  • Hugh de Courtenay, 27, (d. 16. 18.) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 22.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. 1, (d. 8. 11. 19.) 2, (d. 11. 14. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 5, (d. 11. 17. 25.) 6, (d. 11. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d. 5. 21. 34.) 19, (d. 27.): 20, (d. 4.) E. 2. 1, (p. 2. d. 11. 16.) 2, (d. 15. 23. 31.) 3, (d. 19.) 4, (d. 13. 23. 32. 41.) 5, (p. 1. d. 7. 25. p. 2. d. 7) 6, (d. 4. 9. 19. 36.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 28.) E. 3.) Hugh de Courtenay Iunior, 11, (p. 1. d. 8. 15.) E. 3. Hugh de Courtenay le Fitz. 44, (d. 4.) E. 3.
  • Craystocke, See Graystocke.
  • William de Cressey, 15, (d. 25.) E. 1.
  • Iohn de Cretings, 6, (d. 4. 9. 19. 36.) E. 3.
  • Iohn de Crombewel, Crumbewel, Crumwel, 1, (d. 8) 2, (d. 11. 14. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 5, (d. 11. 15.) 14, (d. 5.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d. 5. 21. 34.) 20, (d. 4.) E. 2. 1, (p: 2. d. 11. 16.) 2, (d. 15. 23. 31.) 3, (d: 19.) 4, (d: 13. 23, 32. 41.) 5, (p. 1. d. 7. 25. p. 2. d. 7.) 6, (d. 9. 13. 36.) 7, (p: 2. d. 7.) 8, (d: 18.) 9, (d. 18.) E. 3. Ralph de Crumbewel, Chivaler, 49, (d. 4. 6.) 50, (p. 2. d. 6.) E. 3. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13. 29.) 3, (d: 32.) 4, (d. 32.) 5, (d. 40.) 6, (d: 37.) 7, (d: 10. 37.) 8, (d: 35.) 9, (d: Page  278 45.) 10, (d: 42.) 11, (d. 13. 24.) 12, (d: 42.) 13, (d: 5.) 14, (d: 42.) 15, (d: 37.) 16, (d: 23.) 17, (d: 30.) 18, (d: 23.) 20, (p. 1. d: 15.) 21, (p. 1. d: 27) 23, (d. 3.) R. 2. 1, (d: 37.) 2, (p. 1. d: 3.) 3, (d. 17.) 5, (p. 1. d. 28. p: 2. d: 4.) 7, (d. 30.) 8, (d. 2.) 11, (d. 32.) 12, (d: 2.) 14, (d. 22.) H. 4. 1, (d: 9. 37.) 2, (d. 16.) 3, (d. 15.) 4, (d: 16.) H. 5. Ralph Crombewel, Chivaler, 1, (d: 22.) 2, (d: 18.) 3, (d: 9.) 4, (d. 15.) 5, (d. 4.) 7, (d: 2.) 9, (d. 18) 10, (d. 10.) 11, (d. 10.) 13, (d: 2.) 15, (d: 18.) 18, (d: 33.) 20, (d. 27.) 23, (d. 21.) 25, (d: 24.) 27, (d: 23.) 28, (d: 26.) 29, (d: 41.) 31, (d: 36.) 33, (d: 36.) H. 6. Humfrey, Dominus Crombewel, 2, (d: 3.) 6, (d: 1.) E. 4.
  • Nicholas de Cryoll, 25, (d. 25.) E. 1.
  • Simon de Cudington, 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
    D
  • RAnulph, Ralph de Dacre, 14, (d. 5.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d. 21. 34.) 20, (d: 4.) E. 2. 1, (p. 2. d. 16.) 2, (d: 15. 23. 31.) 3, (d. 19.) 4, (d: 23. 32. 41.) 5, (p: 1. d. 7. 25. p: 2. d. 7.) 6, (d. 9. 19. 36.) 7 (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d. 8. 18.) 10, (d: 1. 5.) 12, (p: 2. d. 32.) E. 3. William de Dacre, 24, (p. 2. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 7. 8.) 31, (d. 2. 21.) 34, (d: 4.) E. 3.
  • Ralph de Dacre 34, (d: 16.) 37, (d. 22.) 38, (d: 3.) 39, (d. 2.) 42, (d. 22.) 43, (d. 24.) 44, (d. 1.) 46, (d. 9.) 47, (d. 13.) E. 3. Hugh de Dacre, Chivaler, 50, (p: 2. d. 6) E. 3. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13. 29.) 3, (d. 32.) 4, (d. 32.) 5, (d. 40.) 6, (d. 37.) 7, (d. 27.) R. 2. William de Dacre, 7, (d. 10. 31.) 8, (d. 35.) 9, (d. 45.) 10, (d. 42.) 11, (d. 13. 24) 12, (d. 42) 13, (d. 5.) 14, (d. 42.) 15, (d. 37.) 16, (d. 23.) 17, (d. 30.) 18, (d. 23.) 20, (p. 1. d. 15.) 21, (p. 1. d. 27.) 23, (d. 3.) R. 2. 1, (d: 37.) 2, (p. 1. d. 3.) 3, (d. 17.) 5, Page  279 (p. 1. d. 28. p. 2. d. 4.) H. 4.
  • Thomas de Dacre de Gisland, 1, (d. 9. 37.) 2, (d. 16.) 3, (d. 15.) 4, (d. 10.) 5, (d. 11.) 7, (d. 9.) 8, (d. 2.) 9, (d. 14.) H. 5. 1, (d. 22.) 2, (d. 18.) 3, (d. 9.) 4, (d. 16.) 5, (d. 4.) 7, (d. 2.) Chivaler, 9, (d. 18.) 10, (d. 10.) 11, (d. 10.) 13, (d. 2.) 15, (d. 18.) 18, (d. 33.) 20, (d. 27.) 23, (d. 21.) 25, (d. 20.) 27, (d. 24.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 41.) 31, (d: 36.) 33, (d: 31.) H. 6. Reginald Dacre de Gisland, Chivaler, 38, (d. 30.) H. 6. Humfrey Dacre de Gisland, 22, and 23, (d. 10.) E. 4.
  • Thomas de Dagworth, 21, (p. 2. d. 9.) 22, (p. 1. d. 32.) E. 3.
  • Roger Damory, 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 15. 29.) E: 2. Richard Damory, 20, (d. 4.) E. 2. 1, (p. 2. d. 11. 16.) 2, (d. 15, 23. 31.) 3, (d. 19.) 4, (d. 13. 32. 41.) E. 3.
  • Philip de Darcy (de. Arcy) See Arcy, 25, (d. 25.) 28, (d. 3.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) E. 1. Philip Darcy, 20, (d. 4.) E. 2. 1, (p. 2. d. 11. 16.) 2, (d. 5. 23. 31.) 4, (d. 13. 41.) 5, (d. 7. 25.) 6, (d. 4.) 7, (d. 9. 19, 36.) Iohn Darcy de Cosin, 6▪ (d. 9. 19. 36.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) de Knayth, 22, (p. 2. d. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) 24, (p. 2. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 27, (d. 1. 5.) 28, (d. 26.) E. 3. Philip de Darcy, 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13. 29.) 3, (d. 32.) 4, (d. 32.) 5, (d. 40.) R. 2. Thomas Darcy, 6, (d. 37.) 7, (d: 10. 37.) 8, (d: 35.) R. 2. Philip Darcy, 3, (d: 45.) 10, (d: 42.) 11. (d: 13. 24.) 12, (d: 42.) 13, (d. 5.) 14, (d. 42.) 15, (d. 37) 16▪ (d. 23.) 17, (d. 30.) 20, (p. 1. d: 15.) 21, (p. 1. d. 27.) R. 2. Iohn Darcy, 23, (d. 3.) R. 2. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (p. 1. d. 3.) 3, (d. 17.) 5, (p. 1. d. 28. p: 2. d: 4.) 7, (d. 30.) 8, (d. 2.) 11, (d. 32.) 12, (d: 2.) 14, (d. 22.) H. 4.
  • Elie Daubeny, 28, (d: 3. 17.) 30, (d: 8. 13.) 32, (d: 2.) 33, (d, 21.) E. 1. Ralph Daubeny, 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) E. 3.
  • William Danmarle, 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Page  280Rowland Davoyes, 32, (d. 14. E. 3.
  • Dadl, See Audeley.
  • Descales, See S••les.
  • Hugh le Dispensor, Justicia•••s Angliae, 49, (d. 11.) H. 3.
  • Hugh le Dispenser, 23, (d. 4. 9.) 24, (d: 7.) 25, (d: 25.) 27, (d: 16. 18.) 28, (d: 17.) 30, (d: 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33▪ (d: 21.) 34, (d: 2.) E: 1. 1, (d: 8. 11. 19.) 2, (d: 11. 14. 20.) 3, (d: 16. 17.) 4, (d: 1.) 5, (d: 11. 17. 25.) 6, (d: 3. 31.) 7▪ (d: 16. 27.) 8, (d: 29. 35.) stiled Senior, 9, (d: 22.) 11, (d: 8. 14▪) 12, (d: 11. 29.) 13, (d: 13.) 14. (d: 15. 29.) 15, (d: 16.) E. 2. Hugh le Dispenser Iunior, 8, (d: 29. 35.) 9, (d: 22.) 11, (d: 8. 14.) 12, (d: 11. 29.) 13, (d: 13.) 14, (d: 5. 29.) 15, (d: 16.) 16, (d: 26.) 17, (d: 27.) 18, (d: 5. 21. 34.) 19, (d: 27.) E: 2. Hugh le Dispenser, 13, (p: 2. d: 1. 28.) 14, (p: 1. d: 23. 33.) 15, (p: 1. d: 37.) 16, (p: 1. d: 39.) 17, (p: 1. d: 25.) 18, (p: 1. d: 14.) 22, (p: 1. d. 7.) E: 3. Edward le Dispenser, 31, (d: 2.) 32, (d: 14.) 34, (d: 4.) 38, (d: 3.) 39, (d: 2.) 46, (d: 9.) E: 3. Philip le Dispen∣ser, 11, (d: 24.) 12, (d: 42.) 13, (d: 5.) 14, (d: 42.) 15, (d: 37.) 16, (d: 23.) 17, (d: 30.) 18, (d: 23.) 20, (p: 1. d: 15.) 21, (p: 1. d: 7.) 23, (d: 3.) R. 2. 1, (d: 37.) H. 4.
  • Iohn Devereux, 8, (d: 37.) 9, (d: 45.) 10, (d: 42.) 11, (d: 13. 24.) 12, (d: 42.) 13, (d: 5.) 14, (d: 42.) 15, (d: 37.) 16, (d: 23.) R. 2. Walter Devereux de Feriers, Chivaler, 49, (d: 6.) H: 6. Dominus de Fer∣riers, 2, (d: 3.) 6, (d: 1.) 9, (d: 3.) 12, (d: 41.) 22, and 23, (d: 10.) E. 4.
  • Edward Deyncourt, de Eyncourt, 27, (d: 16. 18.) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d: 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d: 2.) Ed. 1. 1, (d: 8. 11 19.) 2, (d: 11. 14. 20.) 3, (d: 16. 17.) 4, (d: 1.) 5, (d: 11. 17. 25.) 6, (d: 3. 31.) 7, (d: 16. 27.) 8, (d: 29. 35.) 9, (d: 22.) 11, (d: 8. 14.) 12, (d: 11. 29.) 13, (d: 13.) 14, (d: 5. 29.) 15, (d: 16.) 16, (d: 26.) 17, (d: 27.) 18, (d: Page  281 5. 21. 34.) 19, (d. 27.) 20, (d: 4.) E. 2. William de Eyncourt, 6, (d: 9. 19. 36.) 7, (p: 2. d: 3.) 8, (d: 18.) 9, (d: 8. 18.) 10, (d: 1. 5.) 11, (p: 1. d: 8. 15. p: 2. d: 11. 40.) 12, (p. 2. d. 30.) 13, (p: 2. d. 1. 28.) 14, (p▪ 〈◊〉. d: 23. 33.) 15, (p. 1. d: 37.) 16, (p: 1. d: 39.) 17, (p: 1. d: 25.) 18, (p: 1. d: 14.) 22, (p: 2. d: 7.) 23, (p: 1. d: 23.) 24, (p: 1. d. 3.) 25, (p: 1. d: 5.) 27, (d: 12.) 28, (d: 26.) 29, (d: 2. 28.) 31, (d. 2. 21.) 32, (d: 14.) 34, (d: 14. 35.) 36, (d: 16.) 37, (d: 22.) E. 3.
  • Iohn Dyncourt, 39, (d: 2.) E. 3.
  • Iohn Dinham, Dynham, de Caredinham, Chivaler, 2, (d: 1.) 3, (d. 3.) 12, (d: 41.) 22, and 23, (d. 10.) E. 4.
  • Richard de Draycot, 35, (d: 25.) E. 1.
  • Dufford, See Ufford.
  • Oliver Dyna••t, 23, (d: 4. 9.) 25, (d: 25.) 28, (d. 17.) E. 1.
    E
  • WIlliam de Ebricis, 27, (d. 18.) E. 1.
  • William de Echingham, 5, (d. 17, 25.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 17.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 19.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d: 16.) E: 2.
  • Iohn de Eganie, Egayne, Degayne, 25, (d: 25.) 27, (d. 16. 17.) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34. (d. 2.) E. 1. 1, (d. 8. 11. 19.) 2, (d. 11. 14. 21.) 3▪ (d. 16. 17.) 4▪ (d. 1.) 5, (d. 11. 17. 25.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 12.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d: 5. 29.) E. 2. Iohn de Egaine, 16 (p: 1. d. 39. p. 2. d. 22.) 22, (p. 1. d. . 8.) 31, (d. 2. 21.) 32, (d. 14.) 34, (d. 4.) E. 3. Thomas D'engaine, 32, (d. 14.) E..
  • Henry de Erdington, 9, (d. .) E..
  • Nicholas de Estle, 30, (d. 8. 13.) E. 1.
  • Page  282Andrew de Astle, Estlegh, Estlye, Estelye, 23, (d. 4. 9.) 24, (d. 7.) 27, (d. 18.) 28, (d. 3. 7.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1.
  • Thomas de Estelye, 22, (p. 2. d. 7.) E. 3.
  • Adam de Everingham, 2, (d: 11. 20.) 〈◊〉 (d. 17.) 4, (d. 1.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 19, 35) 9, (d. 12.) E. 2.
  • Adam de Everingham de Laxton, 44, (d. 1.) E. 3.
  • Roger de Extrnoo (Lstrange) 23, (d. 4. 9.) 24, (d: 7.) 25, (d. 25.) 30, (d. 13.) E. 1. Iohn de Extran••, 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. 1, (d: 8. 11. 19.) 2, (d. 19.) E. 2, See Le∣strange.
  • De Eyncourt, See Deyncourt.
  • Iohn de Eyvil, 49, (d. 11▪) H. 3.
    F
  • IOhn de Fasle, Falsley, Chivaler, 7, (d. 10. 37) 8, (d. 3. 5) 9, (d. 45.) 10, (d. 42.) 11, (d. 13. 24.) 12, (d. 42. 13, (d. 5) 14, (d. 42.) 15, (d. 37.) R: 2.
  • Iohn de Falewesle, 16, (d. 23.) R. 2.
  • Wlter de Faonberge, Faucomberge, 23, (d. 4. 9.) 24, d. 7.) 25, (d. 25.) 27 (d. 16.) 28, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d: 21.) 34, (d. 2.) 35, (d. 8. 13.) E. 1. 1, (d. 19.) 2, (d. 11. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 6, (d. 11. 31.) 7, (d: 16. 27.) 8, (d: 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d: 8. 14.) 12, (d: 11. 29.) E. 2. Iohn de Faucomberge, 9, (d. 8.) 10, (d. 1. 5.) 11, (p. 1. d: 8. p. 2. d. 11 (40.) 12, (p. 2. (d. 32.) 13, (p. 2. d. 1. 28.) 14. (p. 1. d. 23. 33.) 15, (p. 1. d. 37.) 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) 17, (p. 1. d. 25.) 18, (p: 1. d: 14.) 20, (p. 2, d. 22.) 21, (p: 2. d. 9.) 22, (p. 1. d. 32. p. 2. d. 7.) 23, (p: 1. d. 19.) 29, (d. 7.) E. 3. Walter Faucomberge, 24, (p. 1. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 27▪ (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d: 7, 8.) 31, (d. 2. 21.) 34, (d: 4. 35.) 36, (d. 16.) E. 3.
  • Robert de Felton, 6, (d. 3.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) E. 2. William de Felton, 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) E. 3.
  • Page  283Thomas de Fencotes, 23, (p. 1. d: 19.) E. 3.
  • Fennys, See Fynes.
  • William de errariis, (Frrers) 25, (d. 25.) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. 1, (d. 19.) E. 2. Iohn de Ferrarii, 27, (d. 16. 17.) 28, (d: 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d: 2.) E. 1. 1, (d: 11, 19.) 2, (d. 11. 14. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 4, (d: 1.) 5, (d: 17. 25.) 7, (d. 16.) 12, (d: 12. 29.) E: 2. William de Ferrariis, 6, (d. 3. 3.) 7, (d. 16. 7.) 8, (d. 23. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14) 13, (d. 13.) 15, (d: 16.) 16, (d. 21, 26) 17, (d: 27.) E: 2. Henry de Ferrariis, 4, (d: 13. 23. 32. 41.) 5, (p: 1. d: 7. 25. p. 2. d. 7.) 6, (d. 9. 19. 38.) 7, (p: 2. d: 3.) 8, (d, 18.) 9, (d: 8. 28.) 10, (d: p. 5.) 11, (p: 1. d: 8. 15. p: 2, d: 11. 40.) 12, (p: 2. d: 32.) 16, (p: 1. d. 39. p: 2. d. 13.) E. 3. Robert de Ferrariis, 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) E: 3. William de Fer∣rers, 28, (d: 26.) 42, (d. 22.) 43, (d. 24.) E: 3. Ro∣bert de Ferrers, de Wemme, 49 (d. 4. 6.) 50, (p. 2. d. 6.) E. 3. 1. (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13. 29.) 3. (d. 32.) R. 2. Henry de Ferrari••, Ferrers de Groby, 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13. 29.) 3, (d: 32.) 5, (d: 40.) 6, (d: 37.) 7▪ (d. 10. 37.) 8, (d. 35.) 9, (d. 45.) 10, (d. 42.) 11, (d: 24.) R. 2. William de Ferrariis de Grby, 20, (p: 1. d. 15.) 21, (p. 1. d. 27) 23, (d: 3.) R: 2. , (d: 37.) 2, (p. 1. d. 3.) 3, (d: 17.) 5, (p: 1. d: 28. p. 2. d: 4.) 7, (d: 30.) 8, (d: 2.) 11, (d: 32.) 12, (d: 2.) 14, (d. 22.) H. 4. 1, (d: 9. 37.) 2, (d. 6.) 3, (d▪ 16.) 4, (d. 16.) 5, (d. 11.) 7, (d. 9.) 8, (d: 2.) 9, (d. 13.) H: 5. 1, (d. 22.) Chivaler, 2. (d: 18.) 3, (d. 9.) 4, (d. 15.) 5, (d. 4.) 7, (d. 2.) 9, (d. 18.) 10, (d. 10.) 11, (d. 10.) 12, (d: 2.) 15, (d: 18.) 18, (d. 33.) 20, (d. 27.) 23, (d. 21.) Dominus de Ferrariis de Gre∣by, 25, (d. 24.) 27, (d. 24.) H. 6.
  • Brian Fil, Alni, (Fitz-Alan) 23, (d: 4. 9.) 24▪ (d. 7.) 25, (d. 25.) 27, (d: 18.) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d: 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) E. 1.
  • Thomas Fil. Bernardi (Fitz-Bernard) 6, (d. 3. 31:) 7, Page  284 (d: 16. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 31.) 9, (d. 22.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 14, (d. 5.) 15, (d. 16.) E. 2.
  • Archerus Fil. Henrici, (Fitz-Henry, 2, (d. 1.) 4, (d. 11.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d: 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d: 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 12.) 14, (d. 15.) 15▪ (d: 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 18, (d. 5. 21. 34.) 19, (d. 27.) E. 2.
  • Henry Fil. Hugh (Fitz-Hugh) 14 (d: 5.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d. 5. 34.) 19, (d. 27.) 20, (d. 4.) E. 2. 1, (p. 2. d. 11. 16.) 3, (d. 19.) 4, (d. 23.) 5, (d: 7. 25.) 6, (d. 9. 19 36.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d: 8. 18:) 10, (d. 1. 5.) 12, (p. 2. d. 32.) 13, (p. 2. d. 1. 28.) 14, (p. 1. d. 23. 33.) 15, (p. 1. d. 37.) 16, (p. 1. d. 39) 17, (p. 1. d. 25.) 18, (p. 1. d. 14.) 20, (p. 2. d. 22.) 21, (p. 2. d. 9.) 22, (p. 1. d. 32. p. 2. d. 7.) 23, (p: 1. d: 23.) 25. (p: 1. (d: 5.) E. 3. Henry Fitz-Hugh, 1, (d: 37.) 2, (d: 13. 29.) 3, (d. 32.) 4, (d. 32.) 5, (d. 40.) 6, (d. 37.) 7, (d: 16. 37.) 8, (d. 35.) 9, (d. 45.) 10, (d: 42.) 11, (d. 13. 24.) 12, (d. 42.) 13, (d. 5.) 14, (d. 42.) 15, (d: 37.) 16, (d: 23.) 17, (d. 30.) 18, (d. 23.) 20, (p. 1. d. 15) 21, (p. 1. d. 27.) 23, (d: 3.) R. 2. 1, (d: 37.) 2, (p. 1. d. 3.) 3, (d. 17.) 5, (p. 1. d. 28. p. 2. d. 4.) 7, (d: 30.) 8, (d. 2.) 11. (d. 32.) 12, (d. 2.) 14, (d. 2, 2.) H. 4. 1, (d. 9. 37.) 2, (d. 16.) 4, (d. 16.) 8, (d: 2.) H. 5. 1, (d. 22.) H. 6. William Fitz Hugh Chivaler, 7, (d. 2.) 9, (d. 18.) 10, (d: 10.) 11, (d. 10.) 13, (d. 2.) 15, (d. 18.) 18, (d. 33.) 20, (d: 27.) 23, (d: 21.) 25, (d: 24.) 27, (d: 24.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 41.) H: 6. Henry Fitz Hugh Chivaler, 33, (d: 38.) 38, (d: 30.) 49, (d. 6.) H: 6. 1, (d: 35.) 2, (d: 3.) 6, (d: 1.) 9, (d: 3.) E: 4. Richard Fitz-Hugh, Chivaler, 22, and 23, (d: 10.) E. 4.
  • Iohn Fil. Iohanuis (Fitz-Iohn) 49, (d: 11.) H: 3. Richard Fil. Iohannis, 23, (d: 9.) E: 1.) Matthew Fil. Iohannis, 25, (d: 25.) E. 1.
  • Robert Fil. Pagani, (Fitz-Pagan, Fitz-Payn) 25, (d: 25.) Page  285 27, (d: 16. 18.) 28, (d: 3. 17.) 30, (d: 8. 13.) 32, (d: 2.) 33, (d: 21.) 34, (d: 2.) E: 1. 1, (d: 8. 11. 19.) 2, (d: 14. 21.) 3, (d: 17.) 5, (d: 11. 17. 25.) 6, (d: 31.) 7, (d: 16. 27.) 9, (d. 29. 35.) E: 2. Robert le Fitz-Payn, 20, (d. 4.) E. 2. 1, (p: 2. d. 11. 16.) 2, (d. 15. 23. 31) 3, (d: 19.) 4, (d. 23. 32.) 5 (p: 2. d: 7.) 6, (d: 4. 9. 19. 38.) 7, (p: 2. d: 3.) 8, (: 18.) 9, (d: 8. 28.) 10, (d: 1. 5.) 11, (p: 1. d: 8. p. 2. d: 11. 40.) 12, (p: 2. d: 32.) 13, (p: 2. d. 1. 28.) 14, (p: 1. d: 23. 33.) 15, (p: 1. d: 37.) 16, (p: 1. d: 39.) 17, (p: 1. d: 25.) 24 (p: 2. d: 3.) 25, (p: 1. d. 5.) E. 3.
  • Iohn Fitz-Rauph, 31, (d. 14.) E. 1.
  • Iohn Fitz-Reginald, 25, (d: 25.) 28, (d: 3. 17.) E. 1.
  • Robert Fil. Rogeri, (Fitz-Roger) 23, (d: 4. 9.) 24, (d: 7.) 25, (d: 6. 25.) 27, (d: 18.) 28, (d: 17.) 30, (d: 8▪ 1.) 32, (d: 2.) 33, (d: 21.) 34, (d: 2.) 35, (d. 13.) E: 1. 1, (d: 8. 11. 19.) 2, (d: 14. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) E: 2. Iohn Fil. Rogeri, 27, (d: 18.) E: 1. Andrew Fil. Rogeri, 27▪ (d: 16.) E. 1.
  • Robert Fil-Walteri, (Fitz-Wanter,) 23, (d: 4. 9.) 24, (d: 7.) de Dauntre, 25, (d: 25.) 27, (d: 16. 18.) 28, (d: 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d: 2.) 33, (d: 21.) 34, (d: 2.) E. 1. 1, (d: 8. 11. 19.) 2, (d. 14. 20.) 3, (: 16. 17.) 5, (d, 17. 25.) 6, (d: 31.) 8, (d: 29. 35.) 9, (d: 22.) 13, (d: 13.) 14, (d: 1. 29.) 15, (d: 16.) 17, (d: 27.) 18, (d: 5. 21. 34.) 19, (d. 27) E: 2. Iohn Fitz-Water, 15, (p: 1. d. 37.) 16, (p: 1. d: 39.) 17, (p: 1. d: 25.) 18, (p: 1. d: 14.) 22, (p: 1. d. 7.) 23, (p: 1. d: 23.) 24, (p: 1. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 26, (d. 14.) 27, (d: 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d: 8.) 31, (d: 2. 21.) (34, (d: 4.) E. 3. Walter, Fitz-Water, 43, (d. 24.) 49, (d: 4. 6.) 50, (p. 2. d. 6.) E. 3. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d: 13. 29.) 3, (d: 32.) 4, (d: 32.) 5, (d: 40.) 6, (d: 37.) 7, (d: 10. 37.) 8, (d: 35.) 9, (d: 15.) R. 2. Walter, Fitz-Waulter, 14, (d: 42.) 15, (d: 37.) 16) d: 23) 17, (d. 30.) 20, (p. 1. d. 15.) 21, (p. 1. d. 27.) 23, (d. 3.) R. 2. 1, (d: 37.) 2, (p. 1. d. 3.) 3, (d. 17.) 5. (p. 1. d. 28. p. 2. d. 4.) H. 4. Walter, Fitz-Wa∣ter,Page  286 Chivaler, 7, (d. 2.) 9, (d. 18.) H. 6.
  • Fulco Fil. Warini, (Fitz-Waren) 23, (d: 4. 9.) 24, (d. 7.) 25, (d, 6. 25.) 27, (d: 16. 18.) 28, (d. 3. 17) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) 35, (d. 13.) E. 1. 1, (d. 19.) 2, (d: 20.) 4, (d. 1.) 5, (d. 25.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 24. 35.) Senior, 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 39.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 18, (d. 5. 34.) . 2. 5, (p. 1. d. 7. 2. p. 2. d. 7.) 6, (d. 9. 19. 36.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d. 8. 28.) E. 3. William Fil. Warini, 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) E. 3.
  • Ralph Fil. Willielmi (Fitz-William) 23, (d. 4. 9.) 24, (d. 7) 25, (d. 25.) 27, (d. 18.) 28, (d. 17.) 32, (d. 2.) E. 1. 4, (d. 3.) 7, (d. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) E. 2. Ro∣bert Fil. Willielmi, (Fitz William) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) 35, (d. 13.) E. 1. 1, (d. 8. 19.) 2, (d. 14. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) E. 2.
  • Godfry de olecumbe, 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Iohn de Folevil, 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Iordan Foliot, 23, (d. 4. 9.) 25, (d. 25.) E. 1. 9, (d. 22.) E. 2.
  • Hugh de Frene, 10▪ (d. 1. 5.) E. 3.
  • Ralph de Freschevil, 25, (d. 25.) E. 1.
  • Thomas de Frowike, 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Baldwin de Fryvil, 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Thomas de Fulnatly, 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Thomas de Furnivall, sometimes stiled senior, 23, (d. 4. 9.) 24 (d. 7.) 25, (d. 25.) 26, (d. 18.) 28, (d. 13. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) 35, (d. 13.) E. 1. 1▪ (d. 8. 11. 19.) 2▪ (d. 14. 20.) 3, (d. 16▪ 17.) 5, (d. 11. 17. 25.) 6, (d: 2. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 23. 35.) 9, (d. 26.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 33.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 17▪ (d. 27.) 18, (d. 5. 21. 34.) 19, (d. 27.) 20, (d. 4.) E. 2. 1, (p. 2. d. 11. 16.) 2, (d. 15. 23. 31.) 3, (d. 19.) 4, (d. 13. 23. 32. 41.) 5, (d. 7. 25. p. 2. d. 7.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d. 8. 18.) 11, (p. 2. d. 11, p. 1. d. 32.) 13, (p. 2. d. 28) E. 3.
  • Page  287Thoma de Furnival, Iunior, 1, (d. 11▪ 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d. 21. 34.) E. 2. 1, (p. 2. d. 11.) 2, (d. 15. 23. 31.) 3, (d: 19.) 4, (d. 13. 23.) 5, (d. 7. 25. p. 2. d. 7.) 6, (d. 30.) E. 3. Thomas de Furnivl, 22, (p. 2. d. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 22.) 24, (p. 2. d. 7.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5) 26, (d: 26.) 28, (d. 8.) 29, (d. 19.) 31, (d. 2. 21.) 32, (d: 14.) 33, (d. 10.) 34, (d. 4. 35.) 35, (d: 36.) 36, (d: 16.) 37, (d. 22.) 38, (d. 3.) 39, (d. 2.) E. . William de Furnival, 42, (d. 22.) 43, (d. 24.) 44, (d. 1.) 46, (d. 9. 10. 11.) 49, (d. 4. 6.) 50, (p. 1. d. 6.) E. 3. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13. 29.) 3, (d. 32.) 4, (d. 32.) 5, (d. 37.) 6, (d. 37.) R. 2.
  • Iames Fyenes, Fennys, Miles, Dominus de Say et Seal, 27, (d. 24.) 28, (d. 26.) William Fennys, Dominus de Say et Seal, Chivaler, 29, (d. 41.) 33, (d. 36.) 38, (d. 30.) H. 6. 1, (d. 35.) 2, (d. 3.) 6, (d. 1.) 9, (d. 3.) E. 4.
  • Richard Fennys, (Fynes) Dominus de Dacre, Chivaler, 38, (d. 30.) 49, (d. 6.) H. 6. 1, (d. 35.) 2, (d. 3.) 6, d. 1.) 9, (d. 3.) 12, (d. 41.) 22, and 23, (d. 10.) E. 4.
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  • GIlbert de Gandano, or de Gaunt, 49, (d. 11.) H. 3. 23, (d. 4. 9.) 24, (d. 7.) 5, (d. 25.) E. 1.
  • Geoffry de Genvil, Genevil, Geynvil, 27, (d. 18.) 28, (d. 17.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1.
  • Iohn Giffard, Gifford, de Gifford, 23, (d. 4. 9.) 25, (d. 25.) 27, (d. 16. 18.) E. 1. Obertus Gifford, 25, (d. 25.) E. 1. Iohn Gifford de Borinesfeld, 5, (d. 11. 17. 25.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9▪ (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12▪ (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) E. 2. Iohn Gifford de Beof, 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Iohn Golafre, 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Raduph de Gorge, 2, (d. 11. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 4, (d. 1.) 5, (d. 11. 17. 25.) 6, (d. 3. 31▪) 7, (d. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) E. 2.
  • Page  288Ralph de Gorge, 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. . 29.) E. 2.
  • William de Grandisson, (Grandison) 27, (d. 16. 18.) 28, (d: 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. 1, (d. 8. 11. 19▪) 2, (d. 11. 14. 20.) 3, (d. 16.) 4, (d. 1.) 5, (d. 11.) 6, (d. 11. 31.) 7, (d. 16.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d. 5. 21▪ 34.) 19, (d. 27.) E. 2. Os∣berne de Grandissono, 28, (d. 17.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21. E. 1. Peter de Grandisson, 11, (p. 1. d. 8. 15.) 22, (p. 2. d. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) E. 3. Thomas de Gran∣disson, 24, (p. 2. d. 3.) E. 3.
  • Thomas de Grelly, de Gresly, 1, (d. 8.) 2, (d. 2. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 4, (d. 1.) E. 2.
  • Ralph de Grendon, 28, (d. 17.) E. 1. Robert (de Grendon) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) E, 1.
  • Iohn, Baro de Greystoke, Graystoke, 23, (d. 4. 9.) 24. (d. 7.) 25, (d. 25.) E. 1. The same (as I conceive) sum∣moned by the name of Iohn de Craystoke, and Gray∣stoke only, 28, (d. 17.) 30, (d. 8.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 2.) E. 1. Ralph de Creystoke, Creystoke, 14, (d. 5.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) E. 2. William de Greystoke, 22, (p. 2. d. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) E. 3. stiled Baro de Greystoke, 24, (p. 2. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 7. 8.) 31, (d. 2. 21.) E. 3. Ralph, Baro de Grey∣stoke, Creystoke, 49, (d. 4. 6.) 50, (p. 2. d. 6.) E. 3. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13. 29.) 3, (d. 32.) 4, (d▪ 32.) 5, (d. 40.) 6, (d. 37.) 7, (d: 10. 37.) 8, (d. 35.) 9, (d: 45.) 10, (d. 42.) 11, (d. 13. 24.) 12, (d. 42.) 13, (d: 5.) 14, (d: 42.) 15, (d. 37) 16, (d. 23.) 17, (d: 30) 18, (d: 23.) 20, (p▪ 1. d. 15.) 21, (p: 1. d. 27.) 23, (d: 3.) R. 2. 1, (d: 37.) 2, (p: 1. d. 3.) 3, (d: 17.) 5, (p: 1. d. 28. p: 2. d. 4.) 7, (d: 30.) 8, (d: 2.) 11, (d. 32.) 12, (d. 2.) 14, (d. 22.) H. 4. 1, (d. 9. 37.) 2, (d. 16.) 3, (d. 15.) 4, (d. 16▪) 5, (d. 11.) H. 5. Iohn, Baro de Greystoke, 7, (d. 9.) 8, (d. 2.) 9, (d. 13.) H. 5. 1, (d. 22.) 2, (d. 18.) Chivaler, 3, (d: 9.) 4, (d: 15.) 5, (d: 4.) 7, (d. 2.) 9, (d: 18.) 10, Page  289 (d: 10.) 11, (d: 10.) 13, (d: 2.) H. 6. Ralph, Baro de Greystoke, Chivaler, 15, (d. 18.) 18, (d. 33.) H. 6. summoned without the addition of Baro, as Chiva∣ler onely, 20, (d. 27.) 23, (d. 21.) 25, (d. 25.) 27, (d. 24.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 41.) 31, (d. 36.) 33, (d. 36.) 38, (d. 30.) 49, (d. 6.) H. 6. 1, (d. 35.) 2, (d. 3.) 6, (d. 1.) 9, (d. 3.) 12, (d. 41.) 22, and 23, (d. 10.) E. 4.
  • Reginald de Grey, 23, (d. 4. 9.) 24, (d. 7.) 25, (d. 25.) 27, (d. 16.) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d: 21.) 34, (d: 2.) E. 1.
  • Iohn de Grey, 25, (d. 25.) E. 1. Henry de Grey, 27, (d. 16. 18.) E. 1. 1, (d. 8.) 2, (d. 20.) E. 2. Iohn de Grey, 2, (d. 11. 14. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 5, (d. 11. 17. 25.) 6, (d: 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d. 21. 34.) E. 2.
  • Richard de Grey, 2, (d. 11. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 5, (d. 11. 17. 25.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 31.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d: 26.) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d. 5. 21. 34.) 19, (d. 27.) E. 2. 1, (p. 1. d. 11. 16.) 2, (d: 15. 23. 31.) 3, (d. 19.) 4, (d. 13. 23. 32. 41.) 5, (d. 7. 25. p. 2. d. 7.) 6, (d. 9. 19. 36.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d. 8.) 17, (p. 1. d. 25.) E. 3.
  • Henry de Grey, 19, (d: 27.) 20, (d: 4.) E. 2. 1, (p: 2. d: 11. 16.) 2, (d. 15. 23. 31.) 3, (d: 19.) 4, (d: 13. 23. 32. 41.) 5, (d: 7. 25. p: 2. d: 7.) 6, (d: 4. 9. 19. 36.) 7, (p: 2. d: 3.) 8, (d: 18.) 9, (d: 8. 18.) 10, (d: 1. 5.) 11, (p: 1. d: 8. 15. p: 2. d: 11. 40.) 12, (p: 2. d: 32.) 13, (p: 2. d. 1. 28.) 14, (p: 2. d: 23. 33.) 15, (p: 1. d: 37.) 16, (p: 1. d. 39. p. 2. d. 13. 22.) 17, (p. 1. d: 25.) 18, (p: 1. d. 14) 20, (p: 2. d: 22.) 21, (p: 2. d: 9.) 22, (p: 1. d: 22. p: 2. d: 7.) 23; (p: 1. d: 23.) 25, (p: 1. d: 5.) E. 3.
  • Iohn de Grey de Codenore, 9, (d: 8. 28.) 13, (p: 2. d. 1. Page  290 28.) 14, (p: 1. d: 23. 33.) 15, (p. 1. d. 37.) 16, (p. 1. d: 39.) 17, (p. 1. d. 25.) 18, (p. 1. d: 14.) 22, (p. 2. d: 7.) 23, (p: 1 d. 23.) 24, (p: 2. d. 3.) 25, (p: 1. d: 5.) 27, (d: 12.) 28, (d: 26.) 29, (d: 8.) 31, (d. 2.) 32, (d: 8. 14.) 34, (d: 4.) 37, (d: 22.) 38, (d: 3.) 39, (d: 2.) 42, (d: 22.) 43, (d: 24.) 44, (d. 1.) 46, (d: 8. 9. 10. 11.) 47, (d: 13.) 49, (d: 4. 6.) 50, (p. 2. d. 6.) E: 3. 1, (d: 37.) 2, (d: 13. 29.) 3, (d: 32.) 4, (d. 32.) 5, (d. 40.) 6, (d. 37) 7, (d. 10. 37.) 8, (d: 35.) 9, (d: 45.) 10, (d: 42.) 11, (d. 13. 24.) 12, (d. 42.) 13, (d. 5.) 14, (d: 42.) 15, (d: 37.) R. 2.
  • Iohn Grey de Rotherford, Rotherfield, 13, (p. 2. d. 1. 28.) 14, (p: 1. d: 23. 33.) 15, (p: 1. d: 37.) 16, (p: 1. d: 39. p. 2. d: 13.) 17, (p: 1. d: 25.) 18, (p: 1. d: 14.) 22, (p: 2. d. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d: 23.) 24, (p: 2. d: 3.) 25, (p: 1. d: 5.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d: 7. 8.) 31, (d: 2. 21.) 34, (d: 4.) 38, (d: 3.) 39, (d: 2.) 42, (d. 22.) 43, (d. 24.) 44, (d. 1.) 46, (d: 9. 10. 11.) 47, (d. 13.) E. 3.
  • Reginald de Grey, 17, (p: 1. d. 25.) 18, (p. 1. d. 14.) 20, (p: 2. d. 22.) 21▪ (p. 2. d. 9.) 22, (p. 1. d. 32. p: 2. d. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d: 23.) Senior, 25, (p: 1. d. 5.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d: 7. 8.) 31, (d. 2. 21.) 34, (d: 4.) E. 3.
  • Reginald Grey de Ruthyn, 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d: 7. 8.) 31, (d: 2. 21.) 32, (d: 14.) 34, (d. 4.) 37, (d: 22.) 38, (d: 3.) 39, (d: 2.) 42, (d. 22.) 43, (d. 24.) 44, (d: 1.) 46, (d. 9 10 11.) 47, (d. 13.) 49, (d. 4. 6.) 50, (p: 1. d: 6.) E. 3. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13. 29.) 3, (d. 32.) 4, (d. 32.) 5, (d: 40.) 6, (d. 37.) 7, (d. 10, 37.) 8, (d: 35.) 9, (d: 45.) 10, (d: 42.) 11, (d. 24.) R. 2.
  • Ralph de Grey, 32, (d. 14.) 34, (d: 14.) E. 3.
  • Henry Grey de Shorland, 50, (p. 2. d. 6.) E. 3.
  • Henry Grey de Wilton, 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d: 13. 29.) 3, (d. 32.) 4, (d: 32.) 5, (d: 40.) 6, (d: 37.) 7, (d: 10. 37.) 8, (d. 35.) 9, (d: 45.) 10, (d: 42.) 11, (d: 13. 24.) 12, (d: 42.) 13, (d. 5.) 14, (d: 42.) 15, (d: 37.) 16, (d. 23.) 17, (d: 30.) 18, (d: 23.) R. 2.
  • Page  291Roger Grey de Ruthyn, 11, (d. 13.) R. 2. Reginald Grey de Ruthyn, 13, (d: 5.) 14, (d. 42.) 15, (d. 37.) 16, (d. 23.) 17, (d. 30.) 18, (d. 23.) 20, (p. 1. d. 3.) 21, (p: 1. d: 27.) 23, (d: 3.) R. 2. 1, (d: 37.) 2, (p: 1. d: 3.) 3, (d. 17.) 5, (p. 1. d. 28. p: 2. d. 4.) 7, (d. 30.) 8, (d. 2.) 11, (d. 32.) 12, (d: 2.) 14, (d. 22.) H. 4. 1, (d: 9. 37.) 2, (d. 16.) 3, (d: 15.) 4, (d: 16.) 5, (d: 11.) 7, (d. 9.) 8, (d: 2.) 9, (d. 13.) H. 5. 1, (d. 22.) Chivaler, 2, (d: 18.) 3, (: 9.) 4, (d. 14.) 5, (d. 4.) 7, (d. 2.) 9, (d. 18.) 10, (d. 10.) 11, (d: 10.) 13, (d. 2.) 15, (d: 18.) 18, (d. 33.) H. 6.
  • Richard Grey de Codenore, 16, (d. 23.) 17, (d. 30.) 20, (p: 1. d: 15.) 21, (p. 1. d. 27.) 23, (d. 3.) R. 2. 1, (d: 37.) 2, (p. 1. d. 3.) 3, (d. 17.) 4, (p: 1. d: 28. p. 2. d. 4.) 7, (d: 30.) 8, (d: 2.) 11, (d: 32.) 12, (d. 2.) 14, (d. 22.) H. 4. 1, (d. 9. 37.) 2, (d. 6.) 3, (d. 15.) 4, (d. 16.) H. 5.
  • Ralph Grey de Raby, 20, (p: 1. d. 15.) R. 2.
  • Iohn Grey de 〈◊〉, 8, (d. 2.) H. 5. Chivaler, 3, (d. 9.) 7, (d. 2.) H. 〈◊〉Henry Grey de Codenore, Chivaler, 9, (d▪ 18.) 10, (d. 10.) 11, (d. 10.) 13, (d. 2.) 15, (d. 18.) 18, (d. 33.) H. 6.
  • Reginald Grey de Ruthin, Chivaler, 18, (d. 33.) H. 6.
  • Edward Grey de Ruthin, Chivaler, 20, (d. 27.) 23, (d: 21.) 25, (d: 24.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 41.) 31, (d: 36.) 33, (d: 36.) 38, (d. 30.) H. 6. 1, (d. 35.) 2, (d. 3.) E. 4.
  • Reginald Grey de Wilton, Chivaler, 23, (d. 21.) 25, (d. 24.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 41.) 31, (d. 36.) 33, (d. 36.) 38, (d. 30.) 49, (d. 6.) H. 6. 1, (d. 35.) 2, (d: 3.) 6, (d. 1.) 9, (d. 3.) 12, (d. 41.) 22, and 23, (d. 10.) E. 4.
  • Edward Grey, Miles, 25, (d. 24.) 27, (d. 24.) Dominus de Grby, 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 41.) 31, (d. 36.) 33, (d. 36.) H. 6.
  • Thomas Grey, Dominus de Richmond, 29 (d. 41.) Miles, 31, (d. 36.) 33, (d: 36.) 38, (d. 30.) H. 6. 1, (d. 35.) E. 4.
  • Henry Grey, Chivaler, 38, (d: 30.) 1, (d. 35.) 2, (d. Page  292 3.) 12, (d: 41.) 22, and 23, (d. 10.) E. 4.
  • Edward Grey de Lisle, 22, and 23, (d: 10.) E. 4.
  • Iohn Grey de Powis, 22, and 23, (d. 10.) E. 4.
  • Ingelram de Gynes, 23, (d: 4. 9.) 24, (d: 7.) 25, (d: 25.) 27, (d. 16. 18.) E. 1. Reginald de Gynes, 27, (d: 18.) E. 1. Ingelram de Gynes, 6, (d. 3.) 7, (d: 27.) 8, (d: 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d: 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d: 5. 29.) 15, (d: 7.) E. 2.
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  • EUstace de Hacche, 27, (d: 16. 28.) 28, (d: 3. 17.) 30, (d: 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) E. 1.
  • Iohn de Hale, 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Iohn de Hanndlo, 16, (p: 1. d. 39.) E. 3.
  • Andrew de Harcla, 14, (d. 5.) 15, (d. 16.) E. 2.
  • Iohn de Hardreshull, 16, (p: 1. d: 39.) E. 3.
  • Henry de Hastings, 49, (d: 11.) H. 3.
  • Iohn de Hastings, de Hastinges, 23, (d. 4. 9.) 24, (d. 7.) 27, (d: 16. 18.) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 33, (d. 8. 19. 21.) 34, (d: 2.) E. 1. 1, (d: 11. 19.) 2, (d. 11. 14.) 5, (d: 1. 25.) 6, (d: 3. 31.) 7, (d: 16. 27.) 8, (d: 29. 35.) 9, (d: 22.) 11, (d: 8. 14.) 12, (d: 11. 29.) 13, (d: 13.) 14, (d: 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d. 21. 34.) E. 2. Edmund de Hastings, 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d: 2.) 33, (d. 31.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d: 16. 27.) E. 2. Robert de Hastings, 5, (d: 17.) E. 2. Hugh Hastings, 6, (p: 1. d. 39.) E. 3.
  • Thomas de Hastinges, (Hastings) 16, (p: 1. d: 39. p. 2: d. 13.) E. 3.
  • William Hastinges, Chivaler, 2, (d. 3.) de Hastings, 6, (d. 1.) 9, (d. 3.) 12, (d: 41.) 22, and 23, (d. 10.) E. 4. Richard Hastings de Welles, 22, and 23, (d. 10.) E. 4. Edmund Hastings de Hungerford, 22, and 23, (d: 10.) E. 4.
  • William de Htton, 32, (d: 14.) E. 3.
  • Iohn de Haverings, 27, (d: 16. 18.) E. 1.
  • Page  293Iohn de Haverington, (Harrington) 18, (d. 21.) 20, (d. 4.) E. 2. 1, (p: 2. d. 11. 16.) 2, (d: 15. 23. 31.) 3, (d: 19.) 4, (d: 13. 23. 32. 41.) 5, (d: 7. 25.) 6, (d. 9. 19. 36.) 7, (p: 2. d: 3.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d: 8. 28.) 10▪ (d: 1. 5.) 11, (p. 2. d. 11.) 12, (p: 2. d: 32.) 13, (p: 2. d: 1. 28.) 14, (p: 2. d: 23. 33.) 15▪ (p: 1. d: 37.) 16, (p: 1. d: 39.) 17, (p: 1. d: 25.) 18, (p: 1. d: 14▪) 20, (p: 2. d: 22.) 21, (p: 2. d: 9.) 22, (p: 1. d: 32. p: 2. d. 7.) 23, (p: 1. d. 23.) 32, (d: 14.) E. 3.
  • Robert de Haverington, Harrington,, (d: 37.) 2, (d. 13. 29.) 3, (d: 32.) 4, (d: 32.) 5▪ (d. 40.) 6, (d: 37.) 7 (d. 10. 37.) 8, (d: 35.) 9▪ (d. 8.) 10, (d: 42.) 11, (d: 13. 24.) 12, (d: 42.) 13, (d: 5.) 14, (d. 42.) 15, (d. 37.) 16, (d. 23) 17 (d. 38.) 18, (d: 23.) 20, (p: 1. d: 15.) 21, (p: 1. d: 37.) 23, (d. 3.) R. 2. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (p. 1. d: 3.) 3, (d. 17.) 5, (p. 1. d. 28. p: 2. d. 4.)▪ 7, (d: 9.) 8, (d: 2.) 11, (d: 32.) 12, (d: 2.) 14, (d: 22.) H. 4. 1, (d. 9. 37.) 2, (d: 16.) 3, (d: 15.) 4, (d: 19.) H. 5. William de Harrington, 8, (d: 23.) 9, (d: 13.) H. 5. 1, (d. 22.) 2, (d: 18) 3, (d: 9.) Chivaler, 4, (d. 15.) 5, (d. 4.) 7, (d. 2.) 9, (d: 18.) 11, (d. 10.) 13, (d: 2.) 15, (d. 18.) 18, (d. 33.) H. 6.
  • Iohn de Haustede, 6, (d: 4. 9. 19. 36.) 7, (p: 2. d: 3.) 8, (d: 18.) 9, (d: 8. 28.) E: .
  • Ralph de Hemenhale, 32, (d: 14▪) E. 3.
  • William Herbert, Chivaler, 6, (d: 1.) E. 4.
  • Robert de Herle, 32, (d: 14.) E. 3.
  • William Hern, 44, (d: 1.) E. 3. 17, (d: 30.) 20, (p: 1. (d: 13.) 21▪ (p. 1. d: 27.) R. 2. Chivaler, 2, (p: 1. d: 3.) 3, (d: 17) 5 (p: 1. d: 28. p: 2. d: 4.) H. 4.
  • Robert de Hibernia, 23, (d: 4.) E. 1.
  • Robert de Hilton, 23, (d. 9.) 24, (d: 7) 25, (d. 25.) E. 1.
  • Alexander de Hilton, 6, (d. 4. 9. 19. 36.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d. 8. 28.) E. 3.
  • Thomas Hoe, H••, 32, (d: 14.) E. 3. Thomas Hoe, Hoo, Chivaler, 27, (d. 24.) 28, (d: 26.) 29, (d: 42.) 31, (d: 36.) H. 6.
  • Robert de Holand, 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. Page  294 14.) 12, (d: 11. 29.) 13, (d: 13.) 14, (d: 5. 29.) E. 2. Robert de Holand, 16, (p: 1. d: 33.) E. 3. Thomas de Holand, 27, (d: 14.) 28, (d. 26.) 31, (d: 2. 21.) E. 3. Robert de Holand, 37, (d: 22.) 38, (d: 3.) 39, (d: 2.) 42, (d. 22.) 44, (d: 1.) 46, (d▪ 8. 9. 10. 11.) E. 3. Iohn de Holand, 43, (d. 24.) E. 3.
  • Walter de Hopton, 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Iohn de Hotham, 8, (d. 35.) E. 2.
  • Mr. Adam de Houghton, 32, (d: 14.) E. 3.
  • Iohn Howard, de Howard, Miles, 49, (d. 6.) H. 6. 12, (d. 41.) 22, and 23, (d: 10.) E. 4.
  • Walter Hungerford, 4, (d. 15.) Chivaler, 5, (d: 4.) 7, (d: 2.) 9 (d. 18.) 10, (d: 10.) 11, (d. 10.) 13, (d. 2.) 15, (d. 18.) 18, (d. 33.) 20, (d. 27.) 23, (d. 21.) 25, (d. 24.) 27, (d. 24.) H. 6.
  • Robert Hungerford, Chivaler▪ 23, (d. 21.) ominus de Mollins, 25, (d. 24.) 27, (d. 24.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 41.) 31, (d. 36.) H. 6. Robert Hungerford, Senior, Miles, 31, (d. 36.) H. 6. Robert Hungerford, Miles, 33, (d. 36.) H. 6.
  • Walter de Huntercombe, Huntercumbe, 23, (d. 4. 9.) 27, (d. 18.) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 33, (d: 21.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. 1, (d. 19.) 2, (d. 11.) 3, (d. 17.) 4, (d. 1.) E. 2.
  • Roger de Huntingfield, 25, (d. 25.) E. 1.
  • William de Huntingfield, 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 7. 8.) 31, (d. 2.) 34, (d. 4.) 46, (d. 11.) 47, (d. 13.) 49, (d. 4. 6.) E. 3. Iohn de Hunting∣field, 36, (d. 16.) 37, (d. 22.) 38, (d. 3.) 39, (d. 2.) 42, (d. 22.) 43, (d. 24.) E. 3.
  • Henry Huse, Husee, Husie, 23, (d. 4. 9.) 27, (d. 18.) 28. (d. 8. 17.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 22.) 34, (d. 2.) 35, (d. 13.) E. 1. 2, (d. 11. 20.) 3, (d. 17.) 4, (d. 1.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d: 15. 34.) 19, (d. 27.) E. 2. Henry Huse, Husee, 11▪ (p. 1. d. 8. 15. p. 2. d. 11. 30) 12, (p. 2. d. 32.) 14, (p. 1. d. Page  295 23. 33.) 15, (p. 1. d. 37.) 16, (p. 1. d. 39. p. 2. d. 13. 32.) 17, (p. 2. d. 25.) 18, (p. 1. d. 14.) 20, (p. 2. d. 22.) 21, (p. 2. d. 9.) 22, (p. 1. d. 32. p. 2. d. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) E. 3. Roger Husee, 22, (p. 2. d. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
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  • ANdrew Ideverel, 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Oliver de Igham, 2, (d. 15. 23.) 3, (d. 19.) 4, (d. 23. 32. 41.) 6, (p. 1. d. 39.) E. 3.
  • Iohn de Insula, de Insula Vectae, de Isle, 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d: 8.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. 1, (d. 19.) 2, (d. 11.) 4, (d. 1.) 5, (d. 17.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 17, (d. 27.) E. 2.
  • Robert de Insula, de Isle, 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9. (d. 22.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13. (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d. 5. 21. 34.) 19, (d. 27.) 20, (d. 4) E. 2. 1, (p. 2. d. 11. 16.) 2, (d. 15. 23. 31.) 3, (d. 19.) 4, (d. 15. 23. 32. 41.) 5, (p. 1. d. 7. 25. p. 2. d. 7.) 6, (d. 4. 9. 19. 36.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d: 8. 18.) 10▪ (d. 1. 5.) 11, (p. 2. d. 11. 40.) 12, (p. 2. d. 32.) 13, (p. 2. d. 1. 28.) 14, (p. 1. d. 23. 33.) 15, (p. 1. d. 37.) 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) E. 3.
  • Robert de Insula, de Rube-monte, 24, (p. 1. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 26, (d. 13.) 28, (d. 26.) 31, (d. 2.) 34, (d. 4.) E. 3.
  • Gerard de Insula, 31, (d: 2.) 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Warin de Insula, 43, (d. 24.) 44, (d. 1.) 46, (d. 9.) 47, (d. 13.) 49, (d. 4. 6) E. 3. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13. 29.) 3, (d. 32.) 4, (d. 32.) 5, (d. 40) R. 2.
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  • EDward de Kendale, 32▪ (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Roger de Kerdeston, 6, (d. 49. 19▪ 36.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d, 8. 28.) 10, (d. 5.) 11, (p. 1. d. 8.) E. 3.
  • William de Kerdeston, 11, (p. 2. d. 11.) 12, (p. 2. d. 32.) 13, (p. 2. d. 1. 28.) 14, (p. 1. d. 23. 33.) 15, (p. 1. d. 37.) 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) 17, (p. 1. d. 25.) 18, (p. 1. d. Page  296 14.) Senior, 33, (d. 10.) 34, (d. 35.) E. 3.
  • Thomas de Kerdeston, 27, (d. 12.) E. 3.
  • Thomas de Kirketon, 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) E. 3. Iohn de Kirke∣ton, 36, (d. 16.) 37, (d. 32.) E. 3.
  • Iohn Kiriel, 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Bago, (Drago) de Knovil, 23, (d. 4. 9.) 24, (d. 7.) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. 1, (d. 19.) E. 2.
  • Philip de Kyme, 23, (d. 9.) 27, (d. 16. 18.) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. 1, (d. 8. 11. 19.) 2, (d. 11. 14. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 4, (d. 1.) 5, (d. 11. 17. 25.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27▪) E. 2.
  • William de Kyme, 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d. 5. 21. 34.) 19, (d. 27.) 20, (d▪ 4.) E. 2. , (p. 2. d. 11. 16.) 2, (d. 16. 23. 32.) 3, (d. 13.) 4, (d. 13. 23. 32. 41.) 5, (p. 1. d. 7. 29. p. 2. d. 7.) 6, (d. 19.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d, 8. 18.) E. 3.
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  • IOhn de Lancastria, (Lancaster) 25, (d. 25) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) 35, (d. 13.) E. 1. 1. (d. 19.) 2, (d. 11. 20.) 9, (d. 16. 17.) E. 2.
  • Henry de Lancastria, (stiled Nepos Regis in some Writs) 27, (d. 16. 18.) 28. (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) 35, (d. 13.) E. 1. 1, (d. 8. 11. 19) 2, (d: 11. 14. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 4 (d. 1.) 5, (d. 11. 17. 25.) 6, (d. . 31.) 7, (d. 16, 27, 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d: 26.) 17, (d.) 27.) 18, (d: 5.) 19, (d. 27.) E. 2.
  • Thomas de Langele, 32, (d. 14) E. 3.
  • Roger de Lascel, Lasceles, 23, (d. 4. 9.) 24, (d. 7.) E. 1.
  • Thomas le Latymer, 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2) 33, (d. 21.) E. 1.
  • William le Latymer, Iunior, 27, (d. 18.) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) E. 1.
  • William le Latymer, Senior, 28, (d. 17.) 30, (d. 8.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. 1, (d. 8. 11. 19.) 2, Page  297 (d: 11. 14.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 4, (d. 1.) , (d: 17. 25.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d: 16. 27.) 8, (d: 29. 35.) 9, (d: 22.) 11, (d: 8. 14.) 2, (d: 11. 29.) 13, (d: 13.) 14, (d: 5. 29.) 15▪ (d. 16.) 16, (d: 16) 17, (d: 27.) 18, (d. 21. 34.) 20, (d: 4.) E. 2.) 1, (p: 2. d. 11. 16.) 2, (d. 15. 23. 31.) 3, (d: 13.) 4, (d. 13. 23. 32. 41.) 5, (p: 1. d. 7. 25. p: 2. d. 7.) 6, (d. 9. 19. 26.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d: 13.) 9, (d. 28.) E. 3.
  • William de Laymer, 42, (d. 22.) 43, (d: 24.) 44, (d. 1.) 46, (d. 9.) 47, (d. 13.) 49, (d. 4. 6.) E. 3. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13. 29▪) 3, (d. 32.) R. 2. Iohn de Latymer, 7, (d. 30.) 8, (d. 2.) 11, (d: 32.) 12, (d: 2.) 14, (d: 22.) H. 4. 1, (d. 9. 37.) , (d: 16.) 3, (d. 15.) 4, (d. 16.) 5, (d. 11.) 7, (d. 9.) 8, (d. 2.) 9, (d: 13.) H. 5. 1, (d. 22.) Chivaler, 2, (d. 18.) 3, (d. 9.) 4, (d. 15.) 5, (d. 4.) 7, (d. 2.) 9, (d. 18.) H. 6. George Latymer, Chivaler, 10, (d: 10.) 11, (d. 10.) 13, (d: 2.) 15, (d. 18.) 18, (d. 33.) 20, (d. 27.) 23, (d. 21.) 25, (d: 24.) 27, (d: 24.) 28 (d: 26.) 31. (d: 36.) 33, (d. 30.) H. 6. 1, (d. 35.) 2, (d. 3.) 6, (d. 1.) 9, (d. 3.) E. 4.
  • Iohn At Lee, 32, (d. 14.) E. 3. Mr. ohn Leech, 32, (d. 14.) E. 3. Iohn Lestrange de Knokyn, 2, (d. 11. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 4, (d. 1.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) E. 2. Ful∣co Lstrange, 2, (d. 11. 14. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 4, (d. 1.) 5, (d. 11. 17. 25.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 6. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d: 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d: 13.) 14, (d: 5. 29.) 15, (d: 16.) 17, (d: 27.) 18, (d: 34.) 20, (d: 4.) E. 2. Ebul. Lestrange, Strange, 1, (p. 1. d: 11. 16.) 2, (d: 15. 23. 3.) 3, (d. 19.) 4, (d: 13. 23. 32. 41.) 5, (p. 1. d: 7 25. p. 2. d. 7.) 6, (d: 9. 19. 36.) 7, (p. 2. d: 3.) 8, (d: 18.) 9, (d. 26.) E: 3.
  • Iohn le Strange; Straung, 4, (d. 13. 23. 32. 41.) 5, (d. 7. 25.) 6, (d. 9. 19. 36) 7 (p: 2. d. 3.) 9, (d: 28.) 10, (d: 1. 5.) 11, (d: 1. d: 8. 15. p. 2. d 11. 40.) 12, (p. 2. d: 30.) 13, (p: 2. d: 1. 28.) 14, (p: 2. d. 23. 33.) 15, (p: 1. d. 37.) 16, (p: 2. d: 39.) 17, (p: 1. d: 25.) 18, (p: 1. d: 14.) E. 3. Ro∣ger Lestrange, Straung, 16, (p: 1. d. 39.) 22, (p. 2. d. 7.) 23, (p: 1. d. 23.) 29, (d: 3.) 31, (d: 2. 21.) 32, (d: 4.) 33, (d: 24.) de Knokyn, 44, (d. 1.) 46, (d: 9 10. 11.) 47, (d: 13.) 49▪ (d▪ 4. 6.) E. 3. 1, (d: 37.) 2, (d: 13. 29.) 3, (d: 32.) 4, (d: 32.) 5, (d: 40.) 6, (d: 37.) R. 2.
  • Page  298Iohn Lestrange, de Knokyn, 7, (d: 10. 37.) 8, (d: 35.) 9, (d. 45.) 10, (d: 42.) 11, (d: 13. 24.) 12, (d: 42.) 13, (d: 5) 14, (d: 42.) 15, (d. 37.) 16, (d: 27.) 17, (d: 30.) 18, (d: 23.) 20, (p: 1. d: 27.) R. 2.
  • Richard Le Strange, 7, (d: 35.) 8, (d: 2,) 11, (d. 32) 12, (d: 2.) 14, (d: 22.) H. 4. 1, (d. 9. 37.) 2, (d: 16.) 3, (d: 15.) 4, (d: 16.) 5, (d: 11.) 7 (d: 9.) 8, (d. 2.) 9, (d: 13.) H. 5. 1, (d: 22.) 2, (d: 18.) Chivaler, 4, (d: 15.) 5, (d: 4.) 7, (d: 2.) 9, (d: 18.) 10, (d. 10.) 11, (d: 10.) 13, (d: 2.) 15, (d: 18) 18, (d: 33.) 20, (d: 27.) 23, (d: 21.) 25, (d. 24.) 27, (d: 24) H. 6.
  • Iohn le Strange, Chivaler, 49, (d: 6.) H. 6. 6, (d: 1.) 9, (d: 3.) 12, (d: 41.) E. 4.
  • William de Leybourne, 27, (d: 16. 18) 28, (d: 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d: 2.) 33, (d: 21.) 34, (d: 2.) E: 1. 1, (d. 8. 11, 19.) 2, (d: 11. 14. 20.) 3, (d: 16. 17.) 4, (d: 1.) E. 2. Iohn de Leybourne, 11, (p. 1. d: 8. p. 2. d. 11. 40.) 12, (p. 2. d. 32.) 13, (p. 2. d: 1. 28.) 14, (p: 1. d: 23. 33.) 15, (p. 1. d. 37.) 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) 17, (p. 1. d: 25.) 18, (p. 1. d: 14.) 20, (p. 1. d. 22.) 21, (p: 1: d: 9.) E. 3.
  • Henry de Lorty, 19, (d: 27.) E. 2.
  • Iohn Lovel, Luvel, de Tichemersh, 25, (d. 25.) 27, (d. 16. 18.) 28, (d: 3. 17) 30, (d: 8. 13.) 32, (d: 2.) 33. (d: 21.) 34, (d. 2.) 35, (d: 13.) E. 1. 1, (d. 8. 11. 19.) 2, (d: 11. 14. 20) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 5, (d. 17) 6, (d. 13. 31) 7, (d. 6. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) E. 2. Thomas Lovel, 16, (p. 2. d. 32.) E. 3. Richard Lovel, 22, (p. 2. d. 9.) 23, (p: 1. d. 23.) 24, (p. 2. d. 3.) E: 3. Iohn Lovel 49, (d. 4. 6.) 50, (p. 2. d. 6.) E. 3. de Tishemersh, 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13. 29.) 3, (d. 32.) 4, (d: 32.) 5, (d. 40.) 6, (d. 37.) 7▪ (d. 37.) 8, (d. 35.) 9, (d. 45.) 10, (d. 42.) 11, (d: 13. 24.) 12, (d: 42.) 13, (d. 5.) 14, (d. 32.) 15, (d. 37.) 16, (d. 27.) 17, (d: 30.) 20, (p. 1. d. 15.) 21, (p. 1. d. 27.) 23, (d. 3.) R. 2. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (p. 2. d. 3.) 3, (d. 28.) 5, (p. 1. d. 28. p. 2. d. 4.) 7 (d. 30) 8, (d. 2.) 11, (d. 32.) 12, (d. 2.) 14, (d. 22.) H. 4. 1, (d. 9. 37.) 2. (d. 6.) H. 5.
  • Thomas Lovel de Helmshire, 16, (d: 23.) 17, (d: 30.) 20, (p. 1. d. 15.) R. 2.
  • William Lovel de Tichemersh, Chivaler, 3, (d: 9.) 4, (d. 15.) 5, (d. 4.) 7, (d. 2.) 10, (d. 10.) 11, (d 10.) 13, (d: 2.) 15, Page  299 (d. 18.) 18, (d: 33.) 20, (d. 27.) 23, (d. 21.) 25, (d. 24.) 27, (d 24.) 28, (d: 26.) 29 (d. 41.) 31, (d. 36.) 33, (d. 30.) H. 6. Iohn Lovel, Chiv. 38, (d. 30) H. 6. 1, (d. 35.) 2, (d. 3.) E. 4.
  • William Lovel de Morley, Chiv. 49 (d. 6.) H. 6. 9, (d. 3.) 12, (d. 41:) E. 4. Francis Lovel de Lovel, Chivaler, 22, and 23, (d: 10.) E. 4. Robert de Loundres, 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Thomas de Lonvillers, 16, (p. 2. d. 22.) E. 3.
  • Iohn de Longevilliers, 32, (d. 14) E. 3.
  • Geoffry de Lucy, 49, (d. 11.) H. 3. 25, (d. 5.) E. 1. Antony de Lucy, 14, (d. 5.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d: 5. 34.) 19. (d. 27.) 20, (d. 4.) E. 2 1, (p. 2. d. 11. 16.) 2, (d. 16. 23. 31) 3, (d. 19.) 4, (d. 13, 23. 32. 41.) 5, (d. 7. 25.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 9 (d. 8. 18.) 10, (d. 1. 5.) 12, (p. 2. d. 32.) 13, (p. 2. d. 32. p. 2. d. 1. 18.) 14, (p. 2. d. 23. 33.) 15, (p. 1. d. 37.) 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) 17, (p. 1. d. 25.)
  • Thomas de Lucy, 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) 18, (p. 1. d. 14.) 20, (p. 2. d. 22.) 21, (p. 2. d: 6.) 22, (p. 1. d. 32. p. 2. d. 7.) 23, (p: 2. d. 23.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 27, (d. 13.) 28, (d. 36.) 29 (d. 7. 8.) 31, (d. 2. 21.) 34▪ (d. 4. 35.) 35, (d. 36.) 36, (d. 26. 42.) 37, (d. 22.) 38, (d. 3.) E. 3.
  • Ralph de Lumley, 8, (d. 35.) 9, (d. 45.) 10. (d. 42.) 11, (d. 13. 24.) 12, (d. 42.) 13, (d: 5) 14, (d. 42.) 15, (d. 37.) 16, (d. 23.) 17, (d. 30.) 18, (d. 23.) 20, (p. 1. d. 15.) 21. (p. 1, d. 27) 23, (p. 1.) R. 2. 1. (d. 37.) H. 4. Thomas Lumley, Chivaler, 49, (d. 6) H. 6 Dominus Lumley, 2, (d. 3.) 6, (d. 1.) 9 (d. 3.) 12 (d: 41.) 22, and 23, (d. 10.) E. 4.
  • Robert Lutterel, 23, (d. 4. 9.) E. 1.
  • Iohn de Lyonns, 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
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  • PEter de Malo-lacu, 23, (d. 9.) 27, (d. 13.) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 15.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. 1, (d. 8. 11. 19.) 2, (d. 11. 20.) 3. (d. 16. 17) 5, (d. 17.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d: 16. 27.) 8, (. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d▪ 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d: 13.) 14 (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d: 26.) 17, (d: 27.) 18, (d. 5. 21. 34.) E. 2. 9, (d. 2.) E. 3. Peter de Malo-lacu le Quint, 10, (d: 1. 5.) 11, (p. 2. d. 11.) 12, (p. 2. d. 32.) 13, (p. 1. d. 1. 28.) 14, (p. 1. d. 23. 33.) 15 (p. 1. d. 37.) 16, (p. 1. d. 29.) 17, (p. 1. d. 29.) 18, (p. 1. d. 14.) 20, (p. 2. d. 22.) 21, (p. 1. d. 9) 22, (p. 1. d. 32. p. . d. 7) 23, (p. Page  300 1. (d. 23.) 24, (p. 2. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 16.) 29, (d. 18.) E. 3. Peter de Malo-lacu le Sisme, 31 (d. 2. 21.) 34, (d. 4.) 47, (d: 13.) 49, (d: 4. 6.) 50, (p. 2. d. 6.) E. 3. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13. 29.) 3, (d. 32.) 4, (d. 32.) 5, (d. 4.) 6, (d. 37.) R. 2. Peter de Malo-lacu, 23, (d: 3.) R. 2. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (p. 2. d. 3.) 3, (d. 28.) 5, (p. 1. d. 28. p. 2. d. 4.) 7, (d. 30.) 8, (d. 2.) 11, (d. 32.) 12, (d. 2.) 14, (d. 22.) H. 4. 1, (d. 9. 37.) 2, (d. 16.) 3, (d. 15.) H. 5.
  • Thomas Malesore, 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Baldwin de Maneriis, 3, (d. 17.) E. 2.
  • Walter de Manny, 21, (p. 2. d. 9.) 22, (p. 1. d. 32.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) 24, (p. 2. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 26, (d. 14.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 7. 8.) 31, (d. 2. 21.) 34, (d. 4.) 36, (d. 16) 37, (d. 22.) 39, (d. 2.) 42, (d. 22.) 43, (d. 24.) 44, (d. 1.) E. 3.
  • Iohn de la Mare, 27, (d. 18.) 28, (d. 37.) 30, (d. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) 35, (d. 13.) E. 1. 1, (d. 11. 19) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7 (d. 27.) E. 2.
  • William de Marescal (Marshal) 2, (d. 11. 14. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 4, (d. 1.) 5, (d. 11. 17. 25.) 6▪ (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) E. 2.
  • Robert Markamote, 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • William Marmyon, 43, (d. 11.) E. 3.
  • Iohn de Marmyon, 25, (d. 25.) E. 1. , (d. 27.) 14, (d. 5.) 15, (d. 16) 20, (d. 4.) E. 2. 1, (p. 2. d. 10. 16.) 2, (d. 15. 23. 31.) 3, (d. 19.) 4, (d. 13. 23. 32. 41.) 5, (p. 1. d. 7. 25. p. 2. d. 7.) 6, (d. 9. 19. 36.) 7, (p. 2. d. 13.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d. 8.) E. 3. William de Marmyon, 32, (d. 14. E. 3.
  • Robert Martyn, 32, (d. 4.) E. 3.
  • William Martin, 23, (d. 9.) 27, (d. 16. 18.) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 9. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. 1, (d. 19.) 2, (d. 11. 14. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 4, (d. 1.) 5, (d. 11. 17. 25.) 6, (d. 3. 3.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 17, (d. 27.) 8, (d. 5. 11. 34.) 19, (d. 27.) E. 2.
  • Iohn Mauduit, 16, (p. 2. d. 22.) E. 3.
  • Peter de Maule; Mauley, 37, (d. 32.) 38, (d. 3.) 42, (d. 12.) 43, (d. 24.) 44, (d. 1.) E. 3.
  • Nicholas de Sancto Mauro (Symore) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) William de Sancto Mauro, 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 14, (d. 5.) 15, (d. 16.) E. 2. Nichoas de Sancto Mauro, 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 7. 8.) 31, (d. 2. 21.) 34, (d. 4.) E. 3.
  • Iohn Mautravrs, (stiled in some Rolls Iunior,) 4, (d. 13. 23. 32. 41.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) E. 3.
  • Nicholas de Meivil, Mignell, Meynill, Mervile, Morvie, 23, (d. 9.) 27, (d. ▪18.) E. 1. 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14. Page  313 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) E. 2. 9,(d. 8.) 10, (d. 15.) 11, (p. 2. d. 11.) 12, (p. 2. d. 32.) 13, (. 2. d. 1. 28.) 14, (p. 1. d. 23. 33.) 15, (p. 1. d. 37.) 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) E. 3.
  • Richard de Merton 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Thomas de Metha 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Ion de Moiles, 25, (d. 25.) 27, (d. 16. 18.) E. 1. 2, (d. 11. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 4, (d. 1.) 5, (d. 7.) E. 2. Ni∣cholas de Moiles 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) E. 2.
  • Robert de Mohaunt, Morhaunt 20, (d. 4.) E. 2. 1, (p. 2. d. 11. 16. 2, (d. 15. 23. 31.) 3, (d. 19.) E. 3.
  • Iohn de Mohun, Moun 27, (d. 18.) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. 1, (d. 8. 11. 19) 2, (d. 11. 14. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 5, (d. 25.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27) 8 (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 10, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 18, (d. 21.) 19, (d. 17.) E. 2. 1, (p. 2. d. 11. 16.) 2, (d. 15. 24. 31.) 3, d. 13.) 4, (d. 13. 31. 41.) 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) E. 3. Iohn de Mohun de Dunste, 22, (p. . d. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) 37, (d. 22.) 38, (d. 3.) 39 (d. 2.) 42, (d. 22.) 43, (d. 24.) 46, (d. 9, 10, 11.) 47, (d. 13.) E. 3.
  • William Moigne 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Simon de Monte acuto, Montecute, Montegue) 28, (d. 17.) 30, (d. 8.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, d. (21.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. 1, (d. 8. 11. 19.) 2, (d. 20.) 3, (d. 17.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 10. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) E. 2. William de Monte acuto, 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) E. 2. 4, (d. 23. 32.) 5, (p. 1. d. 7. 15. p. 2. d. 7.) 6, (d. 9. 19. 36.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d. 8. 28.) 10, (d. 1. 5. 22, p. 2. d. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) E. 3.
  • Edward de Monte acuto 18, (p. 1. d. 39.) 22, (p. 2. d. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) 24, (p. 2. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 31, (d. 2.) 32, (d. 4.) 34, (d. 4. 35.) E. 3. Iohn de Monte acuto 31, [d. 2.] 44, (d. 1.) 46, (d. 9.) 47, (d. 13.) 49, (d. 4. 6.) E. 3. 5, (d. 40.) 6, (d. 37.)▪ 7, (d. 10. 37) 8, (d. 35.) 9, (d. 45.) 10, (d. 24.) 1. 1, (d. 42.) 12, (d. 42.) 13, (d. 5.) 16, (d. 23.) 17, (d. 30.) 18, (d. 23.) 20, (p. 1. d. 15.) R. 2.
  • Page  314Roger de Monte alto 23, (d. 9.) E. 1. Robert de Monte alto, 27, (d. 18.) 28, (d. 3.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) E. 1. 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 14.) 17, (d. 27.) E. 2. Simon de Monte alto 28, (d. 3.) 30, (d. 13.) E. 1.
  • Iohn de Monte forti, (Mountfort, Momford) 23, (d. 4. 9.) E. 1. 7, (d. 27.) E. 2. Peter de Monteforti 9, (d. 8.) 16, (p. 1. d. 39. p. 2. d. 23.) 22, (p. 2. d. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) E. 3.
  • Iohn de Monte Gomeri, [Mountgomery] 16, (p. 1. d. 39) E. 3.
  • Ralph de Monte Hermerii, 2, (d. 11. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 23.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d. 21. 34) E. 2. Edward de Monte Hermerii, 11, (p. 1. d. 8. 15.) E. 3.
  • William de Morle, Morley 28, (d. 17.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. Robert de Morle, Morley, Mallory, 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d. 21. 34) 20, (d. 4.) E. 2. 1, (p. 2. d. 11. 16.) 2 (d. 15. 23. 31.) 3, (d. 19.) 4, (d. 13. 23. 32. 41.) 5, (p. 1. d. 7. 25. p. 2. d. 7.) 6, (d. 19. 36.) 7, (p: 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d. 8. 28.) 10, (d. 1. 5.) 11, (p. 2. d. 11.) 12, (p. 2. d. 32.) 13, (p. 2. d. 1. 28.) 14, (p. 1. d. 23. 33.) 15, (p. 1. d. 23) 16, (p. 1. d. 39. p. 2. d. 22.) 17, (p. 1. d. 25.) 18, (p. 1. d. 14.) 21, (p. 2. d. 9.) 22, (p. 1. d. 32. p. 2. d. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) 〈◊〉, (p. 2. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 26, (d. 14.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 7. 8.) 31, (d. 2. 21.) 32, (d. 14.) E. 3. Iohn de Morle 6, (d. 9.) E. 3. Willi∣am de Morle, Morley 38, (d. 3.) 39, (d. 2.) 42, (d. 22) 43, (d. 24.) Chivaler 49, (d. 4. 6.) 50, (p. 2. d. 6.) E. 3. 1. (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13. 29.) R. 2. Thomas de Morle, Morley 3, (d. 32.) 4, (d. 32.) 5, (d. 40.) 6, (d. 37.) 7, (d. 10. 37.) 8, (d. 35.) 9, (d. 45.) 10, (d. 42.) 11, (d. 13. 24.) 12, (d. 42.) 13, (d. 5.) 14, (d. 42.) Chivaler 15, (d. 32.) 16, (d. 23.) 17, (d. 30) 20, (p. 1. d. 15.) 21, (p. 1. d. 27.) 23 (d. 3.) R. 2. 1, Page  315 (d. 37.) 2, (p. 1. d. 3.) 3, (d. 17.) 5, (p. 1. d. 28. p. 2. (d. 4.) 7, (d. 30.) 8, (d. 2.) 11, (d. 32.) 1, (d. 2.) 14, (d. 22.) H. 4. 1, (d. 9. 37.) 2, (d. 16.) 3, (d. 15.) 4, (d. 16.) H. 5. Thomas de Morle, Chivaler, 4, (d. 15.) 5, (d. 4.) H. 6. Ralph de Morle, Chivaler, 7, (d. 2.) H. 6. Iohn de Morley, Chivaler, 10, (d. 10.) 11, d. 10.) H. 6. Thomas de Morley, Chivaler, 13, (d. 2.) H. 6.) Robert Morley, Chivaler 20, (d. 27.) H. 6.
  • Edward de Mortuo-mari, (Mortymer) 23. (d. 9.) 27, (d. 16. 18.) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) E. 1. Simon Mortymer, 24, (d. 7.) E. 1.) Edward de Mortuo-mari, 25, (d. 25) E. 1. Hugh de Mortuo-mari, 25, (d. 25.) 27, (d. 16. 18,) E. 1. William de Mortuo-mari de Atteleburge, 25, (d. 25.) E. 1.
  • Roger de Mortuomari de Wigmore 27, (d. 16. 18.) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 25.) 34, (d. 2.) 35, (d. 13.) E. 1. 1, (d. 8. 11. 19.) 2, (d. 11. 14. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 4, (d. 1.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 14, (d. 5.) 20, (d. 4.) E. 2.
  • Roger de Mortuo-mar de Chirke, Chirkes, 1, (d. 11. 19.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 5, (d. 11. 17.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 17, (d. 27.) E. 2.
  • Edmund de Mortuo-mari 5, (p. 2. d. 7.) E. 3. Constantine de Mortuo mari, 16, (p. 1. d. 39. p. 2. d. 22.) E. 3. Roger de Mortuo-mari de Wigmore 22, (p. 2. d. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 25.) 24, (p. 2. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 26, (d. 14.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) E. 3.
  • Roger de Moubray, Mubray 23, (d. 4. 9.) 24, (d. 7.) 25, (d. 25.) E. 1. Iohn de Moubray 1, (d. 8. 11. 19.) 2, (d. 11. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 5, (d. 7. 11.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29▪) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 24.) E. 2. 1, (p. 2. d. 11.) 2, (d. 31.) 3, (d. 19.) 4, (d. 13. 23. 32. 41) 5, (p. 1. d. 7. 25. p. 2. d. 7. 6, (d. 9. 19. 36.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d. 8. 28.) 10, (d. 1. 5.) 11, (p. 2. d. Page  316 11,) 12. (p. 2. d. 32.) 13, (p. 2. d. 1. 28.) 14, (p. 1. d. 23. 33) 15 (p. 1. d, 37.) 16. (p. 1. d. 39. p. 2. d. 13) DOMINUS Insulae de Axolme d. 22) 17, (p 1. d. 25.) 18, (p. 1. d. 14,) 20, (p 2. d. 2.) 22, (p. 1. d. 22. p. 2. d. 3. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) 24, (p. 2. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 26, (d. 14.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 7. 8.) 31, (d. 2. 21.) 32, (d. 14.) 33, (d. 10) 34, (d 35.) 36, (d. 16.) 37, (d. 22.) 38, (d. 3.) 39, (d. 2.) E. 3.
  • Thomas de Multon, 25, (d. 25.) 27, (d. 18.) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30 (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) E. 1. 8, (d. 11. 29.) 9, (d. 9. 22.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) E. 2.
  • Thomas de Multon de Egresmond 1, (d. 19. 2, (d. 11. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 5, (d. 17.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 18. 27.) 11, (d. 8. 14) 12, (d. 11. 29.) E. 2.
  • Tho: de Multon de Gillesland 1, (d. 19.) 2, (d. 11. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 5, (d. 17.) 7, (d. 18. 27.) E. 2.
  • Iohn de Multon 6, (d. 4. 9. 19. 36.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18.) E. 3.
  • William de Munchensey 49, (d. 11.) H. 3.
  • Walter de Muncy 27, (d. 18.) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1.
  • Iohn Musard 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Thomas de Musgrave, 24, (p. 2. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 7, 8.) 31, (d. 2. 21) 32, (d. 14.) 34 (d. 4. 35.) 36, (d. 16.) 37, (d. 22.) 38, (d. 3.) 39, (d. 2.) 42, (d. 22.) 43, (d. 24.) 44, (d. 1.) 46, (d. 3.) 47, (d. 13.) E. 3.
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  • SErlo de Nausadron 28, (d. 17.) 30, (d. 8.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1.
  • Ralph de Nevill 23, (d. 4. 9.) 24, (d. 7.) 25, (d. 25.) 27, (d. 18.) E. 1. Ralph de Nevill 5, (d. 7. 11.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27) 14, (d. 5.) 15, (d 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d. 5. 21. 34.) 19, (d. 17.) 20, (d. 4.) E. 2. 1, (p. 2. d. 11. 16.) 2, (d. 15. 23. 31.) 3, (d. 19.) 4, (d. 13. 23. 32. 41) 5, (p. 1. d. 7. 25. p. 2. d. 7.) 6, (d. 9. 19. 36.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d. 8. 18.) 10, (d. 1. 5.) 12, (p. 2. d. 32.) 13, (p. 2. d. 1. Page  309 28,) 14, (p. 2. d. 23. 33.) 15, (p. 1. d. 37.) 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) 17, (p. 1. d. 25.) 18, (p. 1. d. 14) 20, (. 2. d. 22.) 21, (p. 2. d. 9.) 22, (d. 1. d. 32. p. 2. d. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) 24, (p. 2. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 26, (d. 14.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 7. 8.) 31, (d. 2. 21.) 32, (d. 14.) 33, (d. 10.) 34, (. 4. 35.) 36, (d. 13.) 37, (d. 22.) 38, (d. 3.) 39, (d. 2.) E. 3.
  • Hugh de Nevill 5, (d. 7.) 5, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16, 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 17▪ (d. 27.) 18, (d. 5. 21. 34.) E, 2. 6, (d. 49. 19. 36.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 28.) 9, (d. 28.) E. 3.
  • Gilhert de Nevill 4, (d. 23.) E. 3.
  • Iohn de Nevill de Essex 9, (d. 8.) 10, (d. 5.) 11, (p. 1. d. 18. p. 2. d. 11. 40.) 12, (p. 2. d. 32) 13, (p. 2. d. 1. 28.) 14, (p. 1. d. 23. 33.) 15, (p. 2. d. 37.) 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) 17, (p. 1. d. 35.) 18, (p. 2. d. 14.) 22, (p. 2. d. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23) E. .
  • Robert de Nevill 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) E. 3.
  • Iohe de Nevil de Raby 42 (d. 22.) 43, (d. 24.) 44, (d. 1) 50▪ (p. 2. d 6.) E. 3. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13. 29.) 3, (d. 32.) 4, (d. 32.) 5. (d. 40.) 6, (d. 37.) 7, (d. 10. 37.) 8, (d. 35.) 9, (d. 45.) 10, (d. 42.) 11, (d. 13. 24.) 12, (d. 42.) R. 2.
  • Thomas de Nevill de Halmshire, Halumshire, 7, (d. 10. 37) 8, (d. 35.) 9, (d. 45.) 10, (d. 42.) 11, (d. 13. 24.) 12, (d. 42.) 13, (d. 5.) 14, (d. 42.) 15, (d. 37.) 18, (d. 23) 20, (p. 1. d. 15.) 21, (p. 1. d. 23.) 23, (d. 3.) R. 2. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (p. 2. d. 3.) 3, (d. 17.) 5, (p. 1. d. 28. p. 2. d. 4.) 7, (d. 30.) 8, (d. .) 11, (d. 32.) 12, (. 2.) 14, (d. 22.) H. 4.
  • Ralph Nevill de Raby 12, (d. 42.) 14, (d. 42.) 15, (d. 37) 16, (d. 23) 17, (d. 30.) 20, (p. 1. d. 25.) 21, (p. 1. d. 27.) R. 2.
  • William de Nevill Chivaler, 9, (d. 18.) 10, (d. 10.) 11, (d. 10.) 13, (d. 2.) 15, (d. 18.) 18, (d. 33.) 20, (d. 27.) 25, (d. 24.) H. 6.
  • Edward Nevill DOMINVS de Bergavenney 29, (d. 41) Chivaler, 31, (d. 36.) 33, (d. 36.) 38, (d. 30.) 39, (d. 6.) Page  310 H. 6. 1, (d. 35.) 2, (d. 3) 6, (d. 1.) 9, (d. 3.) 12. (d. 41) E. 4.
  • William Nevill de Fauconbridge Chivaler, 33, (d. 36.) 38, (d 30) H 6. 1, (d. 35.) E. 4.
  • Iohn Nevill DOMINVS de Mounjoy [Mountague] Chi∣valer, 1, (d. 35.) 2, (d. 3.) E. 4.
  • George Nevill Chivaler 22, 23 (d. 10.) E. 4.
  • William de Neyrford 25, (d. 25.) E. 1.
  • Waler de Norwico (Norwich) 8, (d. 35.) E. 2. Iohn de Norwico, 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) 32, (d. 14.) 33, (d. 10.) 34, d. 35,) E. 3.
  • Irhn de Norwode, Northwode 6, (d. 9. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 17.) 8, (d. 29. 36.) 9, (d. 22. 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29) E. 2. Roger de Northwode 33, (d. 10.) 34, (d. 35.) E. 3. Iohn de Northwode, 37, (d. 22.) 38, (d. 3.) 39, (d. 2.) 42. (d. 22) 43, (d. 24.) 44, (d. 12.) 46, (d. 11.) 47, (d. 13.) 49, (d. 6.) E. 3.
  • Adam de Novo Mercato, 49, (d. 11.) H. 3. Thomas de Novo Mercato 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
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  • RObert de Ogle DOMINUS de Ogle Chivaler 2, (d. 3.) 6, (. 1.) 9, (d. 3.) E. 4. Owen Ogle, de Ogle Chivaler, 22 & 23 (d. 10.) E. 1.
  • Iohn de Oldcastle Chivaler 11, (d. 32.) 12, (d. 2.) 14, (d. 2) H. 4. 1, (d. 37) H. 5.
  • Iohn de Orreby 2, (d. 11. 20.) 3, (d: 17.) 4 (d. 1.) E. 2.
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  • IOhn de Palton 32. (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Iohn de Pateshull 26, (p. 1. d. 29.) E. 3.
  • Iohn de Paynell 28, (d. 3. 17. 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. 1, (d. 19.) 3, (d. 17.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29) E. 2. William Paynell, Paig∣nell, 2, (d. 11. 20.) 3, d. 16. 17.) 4, (d. 1.) 5, (d. 11. 17.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 35.) 9. (d. 22) E. 2.
  • Iohn de Payure 27, (d. 16. 18.) E. 1. 11, (d. 14.) E. 2.
  • Page  311Gilbert Pecche, de Petche 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 1.) 32, (d. 23.) 4, (d. 2.) E. 1. 15 E. 2, d. 16. Robert Petche, 25, (d. 25.) E. 1. 14, (d. 5.) E. 2. Iohn Pecche, Petche, de Petche 14, (d. 5.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, d. 26,) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d. 5. 21. 34.) 19, (d, 27.) 20, (d. 4.) E. 2. 1, (. 2. d. 11. 16.) 2, (d. 15. 23. 31.) 3, (d. 19.) 4, (d. 13. 32. 41.) 5, (d. 7. 23.) 6, (d. 9. 19. 38.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18) 9, (d. 8. 28.) 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Iohn de Peitz 11, (d. 8.) E. 2.
  • Henry de Percy 27, d. 8. 18.) 28, (d. 3. 7.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 8. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. 1, (d. 8. 11. 19.) 2, (d. 11. 14. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 4, (d. 1.) 5, (d. 17.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 35.) E. 2. Henry de Percy 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d. 5. 21. 34.) 19, (d. 27.) 20, (d. 4.) E. 2. 1. (p. 2. d. 11. 16.) 2 (d. 15. 23. 31.) 3, (d. 19.) 4, (d. 13. 23. 32. 41.) 5, (p. 1. d. 7. 25. p. 2. d. 7.) 6, (d. 9. 19. 36.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d. 8. 28.) 10, (d. 1. 5.) 12. (p. 2. d. 32.) 13, (p. 2. d. 28.) 14, (p. 1. d. 23. 33.) 15, (p. 1. d. 37.) 16, (p. 1. d. 39. 17, (p. 1. d. 25.) 18, (p. 1. d. 14.) 20, (p. 2. d. 22.) 21, (p. 2. d. 9.) 22, (p. 1. d. 32. p. 2. d. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) 24, (p. 2. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 26, (d. 14.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 7. 8.) 31, (d. 2. 21.) 32, (d. 14.) 34, (d. 4.) 36, (d. 16.) 37, (d. 22.) 38, (d. 3.) 42, (d. 22. (Le Percey) 43, (d. 24.) 44, (d. 1.) 46, (d. 3.) 49, (d. 4. 6) E. .
  • Henry Percey DOMINVS de Poynings, Chivaler, 27, (d. 24.) 28, (d. 26. 29, (d. 41.) 31, (d. 36.) 33, (d. 6.) H. 6.
  • Thomas Percey DOMINVS de Egremont, Gremont, 29, (d. 41.) 31, (d. 36.) 38, (d. 30.) H. 6.
  • Ralph Pert, 25, (d. 25.) E. 1.
  • Henry Peverell 32▪ (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Page  312Hugh de Peyngn 23. (d. 9.) E. 1,
  • Hugh de Sancto Phileberto, 27 (d. 18.) E. 1. Hugh de Sancto Philberto 22, (p. 2. d. 7,) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) E 3.
  • Henry Picard 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Henry de Pinkeney 25, (d. 25.) 27, (d. 16. 18.) 28, (d. 17) E. 1.
  • Ralph Pipard, Pypard, Pipart 25, (d. 25.) 27, (d. 16. 18.) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) E. 1.
  • Robert de Playez 11, (d. 14.) E. 2.
  • Giles de Playez 25, (d. 25.) E. 1. Richard de Plaiez, Playez, 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 10.) E. 2.
  • Magister Richard de Plescy 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Hugh de Plessetis 25, (d. 25.) 27, (d. 18.) E. 1.
  • Alan de Pluckenet, Ploukenet, Plugenet 23, (d. 4. 9.) 24, (d. 7.) 25, (d. 25.) E. 1. 5, (d. 11.) E. 2.
  • Michael de la Pole 39, (d. 2.) 42, (d. 22.) 43, (d. 24.) 46, (d. 9.) 49, (d. 4. 6.) Admirallus Flote Navium versus partes Boriales, 50, (p. 2. d. 6.) E. 3. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13. 29.) 3, (d. 32.) 4, (d. 31.) 5, (d. 40) 6, (d. 37.) 7, (d. 10. 37.) 8, (d. 35.) R. 2.
  • Michael de Ponitz, Pointz 23, (d. 4.) 24, (d. 7.) 25, (d. 25.) 27, (d. 18.) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 19.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. 1, (d. 19.) E. 2. Nicholas de Pointz 2, (d. 11. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 4, (d. 1.) E. 2. Hugh de Pointz, 11, (d. 8, 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 18, (d. 21.) 20, (d. 4.) E. 2. 1, (p. 2. d. 11. 16.) 2, (d. 23. 31.) 4, (d. 13. 23. 32. 41.) 5, (p. 2. d. 7. 25. p. 2. d. 7.) 6, (d. 19. 36.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d. 8. 28.) 10, (d, 1. 5.) 11, (p. 1. d. 8. p. 2. d. 11.) 12, (p. 2. d. 32.) 13, (p. 2. d. 1. 28.) 14, (p. 2. d. 23, 33.) 15, (p. 1. d. 37.) 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) 17, (p. 1. d. 25.) E. 3. Robert de Pointz 1, (p. 2. d. 16.) E. 3.
  • Page  317Thomas de Poynings, 11, (p. 1. d. 8. 15.) E. 3. Michael de Poynings, 16, (p. 1. d. 39. 22, (. 2. d. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) 24, (p. 2. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 26, (d. 14.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 7, 8.) 31, (d. 2. 21.) 32, (d. 14.) 34, (d. 4.) 36, (d. 16.) 37, (d. 22.) 38, (d. 3.) 39, (d. 2.) 42, (d. 22.) E. 3.
  • Luke de Poynings, 42, (d. 22.) 43, (d. 24.) 44, (d. 1.) 46, (d. 9, 11.) 47, (d. 13.) 49, (d. 4. 6.) E. 3.
  • Richard de Poynings 7, (d. 37.) 8, (d. 35.) 9, (d. 45.) R. 2.
  • Robert Poynings 7, (d. 30.) 8, (d. 2.) 11, (d. 32.) 12, (d. 2.) 14, (d. 22.) H. 4. 1, (d. 9. 37.) 2, (d. 16) 3, (d. 15.) 4, (d. 16.) 5, (d. 11.) 17, (d. 9.) 8, (d. 2.) 9, (d. 14.) H. 5. 1, (d. 22.) 2, (d. 18.) Chivaler, 3, (d. 9.) 4, (d. 15.) 5, (d. 4. 7, (d. 2.) 9, (d. 18.) 10, (d. 10.) 11, (d. 10.) 13, (d. 2.) 15, (d. 18.) 18, (d. 33.) 20, (d. 27) 23, (d. 21.) H. 6.
    R.
  • THomas de Reynes 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Iohn de Ripariis 27, (d. 18.) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. 1, (d. 19.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) E. 2.
  • Ludowic Robesart Chivaler, 3, (d. 9.) 4, (d. 15.) 5, (d. 4.) 7, (d. 2.) H. 6.
  • Thomas de la Roche 28 (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, ((d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1.
  • Sayerus de Rocheford, 32. (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Robert de Ros, 49, (d. 11.) H. 3.
  • Robert de Ros de Werke 23, (d. 4. 9.) E. 1.
  • William de Ros, Roos de Helmeslake, Hamelake 23, (d. 9.) 27, (d. 16. 18.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) E. 1. 1, (d. 11.) 2, (d. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 5, (d. 17.) 6, (d. 3. 17.) Page  318 7, (d. 6. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 15.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d. 5. 21. 34.) 20, (d. 4.) E. 2. 1, (p. 1. d. 11. 16.) 2, (d. 15. 23. 31.) 3, (d. 10.) 4, (d. 13. 23. 32. 41.) 5, (p. 1. d. 7. 25. p. 2. d. 7.) 6, (d. 9. 19. 36.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d. 8. 28.) 10, (d. 1. 5.) 11, (p. 1. d. 11. 40.) 12, (p. 2. d. 32.) 13, (p. 2. d. 1. 28.) 14, (p. 1. d. 23. 33.) 15, (p. 1. d. 37.) 16, (p. 1. d. 29. p. 2. d. 13. 22.) 23, (p. 2. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) E. 3.
  • Iohn de Ros, Roos, 6, (d. 9. 19. 36.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d. 8. 28.) 10, (d. 1. 5.) 11, (p. 1. d. 15. p. 2. d. 11. 40.) 12, (p. 2. d. 32.) E. 3. Thomas de Ros, Roos de Hamelake, 35, (d. 36.) 36, (d. 16. 32.) 37, (d. 22.) 38, (d. 3.) 39, (d. 2.) 42, (d. 22.) 43 (d. 24.) 49, (d. 4.) E. 3. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13. 29.) 3, (d. 32.) 4, (d. 32.) 5, (d. 40.) 6, (d. 37,) 7, (d. 10. 37.) 8, (d. 35) R. 2. Iohn Roos de Hamelake, 10 (d. 42.) 11, (d. 13. 24.) 12, (d. 42.) 13, (d. 5.) 14, (d. 42) 15, (d. 32.) 16, (d. 23.) 17, (d. 30.) R. 2. William Roos de Hamlake 18, (d. 23.) 20, (p. 2. d. 15.) 21, (p. 1. d. 27.) 23, (d. 3) R. 2. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (p. 1. d. 3.) 3, (d. 17.) 5, (p. 1. d. 28. p. 2. d. 4.) 7, (d. 30.) 8, (d. 2.) 11, (d. 32.) 12, (d. 2.) 14, (d. 22) H. 4. 1, (d. 9. 37.) H. 5, Thomas Roos de Hamelake Chi∣valer, 7, (d. 2.) H. 6. Thomas DOMINUS de Roos, 27, (d. 24.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 41.) Miles, 31, (d. 36.) 33, (d. 36.) 38, (d. 30.) H. 6.
  • Thomas de Rous 32 (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • William de Ryther, Rithre, 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8.) 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. 1, (d. 19.) E. 2.
  • William Ryvill 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
    S
  • WIlliam Sampson 28, (d. 17.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1.
  • Page  319Roger de Sancto Iohanne (Seint-Iohn) 49, (d. 11.) H. 3.
  • Iohn de Sancto Iohanne de Lageham 25, (d. 25.) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8, 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. 1, (d. 19.) 2, (d. 11. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 4, (d. 1.) 5, (d. 11. 17.) 6, (d. 3. 31) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 28) E. 2.
  • Iohn de Sancto Iohanne (usually stiled Iunior) 28, (d. 17) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) E. 2.
  • Iohn de Sancto Iohanne de Basinges 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d. 5. 21, 34.) 19, (d. 27.) E. 2.
  • Iohn de Sancto Iohanne 20, (d. 20.) E. 2. 1, (p. 2. d. 11. 16,) 6, (d. 15. 23. 31.) 4, (d. 13. 41.) 5, (d. 25.) E. 3.
  • Iohn de Sandall 6, (d. 35.) E. 2.
  • Arnold Sauvage 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Geofry de Say 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22) 11, (d. 8. 14) 12, (d. 11. 19.) 13, (d. 13) 14, (d. 5. 29.) E. 2. Geofry de Say 16, (p. 1. d. 29.) 22, (p. 2. d. 9.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) 26, (d. 14.) 27, d. 12.) E. 3. William de Say 36, (d. 13.) 37, (d. 20.) 38, (d. 3.) 39, (d. 2) 42. (d. 22.) 43 (d. 24.) 44, (d. 1.) 46, (d. 9, 10, 11.) 47, (d. 13.) E. 3.
  • Rober de Scales, D'escales, 27, (d. 16. 18.) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. 1, (d. 11. 19.) 6, (d. 3. 31. 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29,) 13, (d. 3. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) E. 2. Robert de Scales, 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) 24, (p. 2. d. 3.) 25, p. 1. d. 5.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 7, 8.) 38, (d. 3.) 39, (d. 2.) 42, (d. 22.) 43, (d. 24.) 50, (p. 2. d. 6.) E. 3.
  • Page  320Roger de Scales, Skales 49, (d. 4. 6.) E. 3. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13. 29.) 3, (d. 32.) 4, (d. 32.) 5, (d. 40.) 6, (d. 37.) 7, (d. 10. 37.) 8, (d. 35.) 9, (d. 45.) R. 2. Robert de Scales 20, (p. 1. d. 15.) 21, (p. 1. d. 27.) 23, (d. 3.) R. 2▪ 1, (d. 37.) 2, (p. 1. d. 3.) H. 4. Thomas de Scales, Miles 23, (d. 21.) 25, (d. 24.) 27, (d. 24.) 28, (d. 26) 29, (d. 41.) 31, (d. 36.) 33, (d. 36.) 38, (d. 30) H. 6.
  • Henry le Scrop 8, (d. 35.) E. 2. Henry le Scrop, 3, (d. 19.) 6, (d. 4.) 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) 24, (p. 2. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 26, (d. 14.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 8.) 31, (d. 2. 21.) 34, (d. 4.) 44, (d. 1.) 46, (d 9.) 47, (d. 13.) 50, (p. 2. d. 6.) E. 3. 1, (d. 37) 2, (d. 13. 29.) 3, (d. 32.) 4, (d. 32.) Chivaler, 5, (d. 40.) 6, (d. 37.) 7, (d. 10. 37.) 8, (d. 35.) 9, (d. 45▪) 10, (d. 42.) 11, (d. 37.) 12, (d. 42.) 13, (d. 5.) 14, (d. 42.) 15, (d. 37.) R. 2.
  • Richard le Scrop 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13. 39.) 3, (d. 32) 4, (d. 32.) 4, (d. 32.) 5, (d. 40.) 6, (d. 37.) 7, (d. 10. 37.) 8, (d. 35.) 9, (d. 45.) 10, (d. 42.) 11, (d. 13. 24.) 12, (d. 42.) 13, (d. 5.) 14, (d. 42.) 15, (d. 37.) 16, (d. 23.) 17, (d. 30.) 18, (d. 23.) 20, (p. 1. d. 15.) 21, (p. 1. d. 27.) 23, (d. 3.) R. 2. 1, (d, 37.) 2, (p. 2. d. 3.) 3, (d. 17.) 5, (p. 1. d. 25.) H. 4.
  • Stephen de Scrop de Masham 16, (d. 23.) 17, (d. 30.) 20, (p. 1. d. 15.) 21, (p. 1. d. 27.) 23, (d. 3.) R. 2. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (p. 2. d. 3.) 3, (d. 17.) 5, (p. 1. d. 28. p. 2. d. 4.) 7, (d. 30.) 8, (d. 2.) H. 4. Henry le Scrop de Masham, 11, (d. 32.) 12, (d. 2.) 14, (d. 22.) H. 4. 1, (d. 9. 〈◊〉) 2, (d. 16.) H. 5. Iohn le Scrop de Masham, Ch•••ter, 4, (d. 15.) 5, (d. 4.) 7, (d. 2.) 9, (d. 18.) 10, (d. 10.) 11, (d. 10.) 13, (d. 2.) 15, (d. 18.) 18, (d. 33.) 20, (d. 27.) 23, (d. 21.) 25, (d. 24.) 27, (d. 24.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 41.) 31, [d. 36.] 33, [d. 36.] H. 6.
  • Henry le Scrop de Bolton, Chivaler 20, [d. 27.] 23, [d. 21.] 25, [d. 24.] 27, [d. 24.] 28, [d. 26.] 29, [d. 41.] 31, [d. 36.] 33, [d. 30.] H. 6. Iohn de Scrop de Bolton, Chi∣valerPage  321 38, (d. 30.) 49, (d. 6.) H. 6. 1, (d. 35.) 2, (d. 3.) 6, (d. 1.) 9, (d. 33.) 12, (d. 41.) 22 & 23 (d. 10.) E. 4.
  • Thomas le Scrop de Masham Chivaler 38, (d. 30.) 49, (d. 6) H. 6. 1, (d. 35.) 2, (d. 3.) 6, (d. 1.) 9, (d. 33) 12, (d. 41.) 22 & 23, (d. 10,) E. 4.
  • Nicholas de Segrave 49, (d. 11.) H. 3. Nicholas de Se∣grave senior 23, (d. 9.) 25, (d. 6. 25.) 27, (d. 18.) 28, (d. 3.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 10. 21) 34, (d. 2.) 35, (d. 13.) E. 1. 1, (d. 11▪ 19,) 2, (d▪ 14. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 5, (d. 17.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29) E. 2. Ni∣cholas de Segrave Iunior 23, (d, 4. 9.) 24, (d. 7.) E. 1.
  • Iohn de Segrave 24, (d. 7.) 25, (d. 6. 25.) 27, (d. 16, 18.) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. 1, (d. 8. 11. 19.) 2, (d. 14. 20) 5, (d. 11. 17. 25) 6, (d. 3. 13.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 29.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14. 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d. 5, 34.) E. 2. Iohn de Segrave 10, (d. 1. 5.) 11. (p. 1. d. 8. 15, p. 2. d. 40.) 12, (p. 2. d 32.) 13, (p. 2. d. 1. 28) 14, (p. 2. d. 23. 33) 15, (p. 1. d. 37.) 16, (p, 1, d. 39. p. 2. d. 13.) 17. (p. 1. d 25.) 18, (p. 1. d. 14.) 20, (p. 1. d. 22.) 21, (p. 2. d. 9.) 22, (p. 1. d. 32. p. 2. d. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23) 24, (p. 2. d. 3.) 21, (p. 1. d. 5.) E. 3.
  • Thomas Seymor 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Richard Seymour, Seymore, 4, (d. 32.) 5, (d. 40.) 6, (d. 37.) 7, (d. 10. 33.) 8, (d. 35.) 9, (d. 45.) 10, (d. 42.) 11, (d. 10. 37.) 12, (d. 42.) 13, (d. 5.) 14, (d. 42.) 15, (d. 37.) 16, (d. 23.) 17, (d. 30.) 18, (d. 23.) 20, (p. 1. d. 15.) 21, (p. 1. d. 27.) 23 (d. 3.) R. 2. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (p. 2. d. 3.) 5, (p. 1. d. 28. p. 2. d. 4.) 7, (d. 30.) 8, (d. 2.) H. 4.
  • Page  322William de Shareshall 6, (d. 4.) E. 3.
  • Edmond de Sleye 25, (d. 25.) E. 1.
  • Iohn de Somery 1, (d. 8.) 2, (d. 11, 14. 20.) 3, (d. 16, 17) 4, (d. 1.) 5, (d. 11. 17. 25.) 6, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 29, 35) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) E. 2.
  • William Spenser 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Edward BARO de Stafford 27, (d. 16. 28.) 28, (d. 3. 17) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 20.) 34, (d. 2) E. 1. 1, (d. 11. E. 2.
  • Ralph de Stafford 10, (d. 1. 5.) 11, (p. 2. d. 40.) 12, p. 2. d. 32.) 13, (p. 2. d. 1. 28.) 14, (p. 2. d. 23. 33.) 15, (p. 1. d. 37.) 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) 17, (p. 1. d. 25) 21, (p. 2. d. 9.) 22, (p. 1. d. 32.) E. 3. BARO de Stafford (listed amongst the Earls) 18, (p. 1. d. 14) and then amongst the Lords by this title BARO de Stafford, 22, p. 2. d. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) 24, (p. 2. d. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23) 24, (p. 2. d. 3.) E. 3.
  • Richard de Stafford, 32, (d. 14.) 46, (d. 9, 10, 11.) 47, (d. 13.) 49 (d. 4. 6.) 50, (p. 2. d. 6.) E. 3. 1, (d. 37) 2, (d 13. 29.) 3, (d. 32.) R. 2. Hugh de Stafford 44, (d. 1.) E. 3. Hugh Stafford 12, (d. 2.) 14, (d. 22) H. 4.
  • Humfry Stafford de Southwick Chivaler 2, (d. 3.) 6, (d. 1.) E. 4.
  • Thomas de Stanley Chivaler 38, (d. 6.) 49, (d. 6.) H. 6. 1. (d. 35.) DOMINUS Stanley 2, (d. 3.) 6, (d. 1.) 9, (d. 3.) 12, (d. 31.) 22 & 23▪ (d. 10.) E. 4. George Stanley de Lestrange Chivaler 22 & 23, (d. 10.) E. 4.
  • Nicholas de Stapleton 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16, 27.) E. 2. Nicholas de Stapleton 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) E. 3.) Miles de Stapleton 32, (d. 34.) E. 3.
  • Henricus de Staunton 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) E. 2.
  • Straunge, See Lestrang, de Extrane.
  • Iohn de Strivelin, 16, (p. 2. d. 39) 37, (d. 22.) 38, (d. 3.) 39, (d. 2.) 42, (d. 22.) 44, (d. 1.) E. 3.
  • Iohn Stourton Miles, DOMINUS de Sturton 28, (d. 26) Page  323 29, (d. 41.) 31, (d. 36.) 33, (d. 36,) 38, (d. 30.) H. 6. 1, (d. 35) E. 4.
  • William Stourton de Stourton Chivaler 49, (d. 6.) H. 6. 9 (d. 3.) 12, (d. 41.) E. 4. Iohn Stourton Chivaler 22 & 23 (d. 10.) E. 4.
  • Iohn de Suby, Sudeley, Sudele, Sully, Sudle 28, (d. 3.) 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. 1, (d. 8. 11. 19.) 2, (d. 11. 20.) 3, (d. 17.) 4, (d. 1.) 5, (d. 11.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29) E. 2.
  • Iohn de Sutton 18, (d. 21.) E. 2. Iohn Sutton de Holder∣ness 6, (d. 9. 19. 36.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d. 8.) 10, (d. 1. 5.) 11, (p. 1. d. 8. p. 2. d. 11. 40.) 12, (p. 2. d. 32.) 13, (p. 2. d. 1. 28.) 14, (p. 1. d. 23. 33.) 15, (p. 1. d. 37.) 16▪ (p. 1. d. 39.) 17, (p. 1. d. 25.) 18, (p. 1. d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Iohn de Sutton de Duddele 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) E. 3.
  • Iohn de Sutton de Essex 33, (d. 10.) 34, (d. 35.) E. 3.
  • Iohn Sutton de Duddeley Chivaler 20, (d. 27) 23, (d. 21) 25, (d. 24.) 27, (d. 24.) 29, (d. 41.) 31, (d. 36) 33, (d. 36.) 38, (d. 30.) H. 6. 1, (d. 35) 2, (d. 3.) 6, (d. 1.) 9, (d. 3.) 12, (d. 41.) 22, & 23, (d. 10) E. 4.
  • Adam de Swyllington 20, (d. 4.) E. 2. 1, (p. 2. d. 11. 16.) 2, (d. 31) E. 3.
  • Roger de Swynerton 11, (p. 1. d. 8. 15. p. 2. d. 11. 40.) E. 3.
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  • GIlbert Talbot, Talebot 4, (d. 32.) 5, (p. 2. d. 7.) 6, (d. 4. 9. 19. 36.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d, 8. 18.) 10, (d. 1. 5.) 11, (p. 2. d. 11. 40.) 12, (p. 2. d. 32.) 13. (p. 2. d. 1. 28.) 14, (p. 1. d. 23. 33.) 15, (p. 1. d. 37.) 16, (p. 1. d. 39. p. 2. d. 22.) 17, (p. 1. d. 25.) 18, (p. 1. d. 14.) 22, (p. 1. d. 32. p. 2. d. 7.) 38, (d. 3.) 39, (d. 2.) 42, (d. 22.) 44, (d. 1.) 47, (d. 13,) 49, (d. 4. 6.) 50, (p. 2. d. 6.) E. 3. 1, (d. Page  324 35.) 2, (d. 13. 29.) 3▪ (d. 32.) 4, (d. 32.) 5, (d. 40) 6, (d. 37.) 7, (d. 10. 37.) 8, (d. 35.) 9, (d. 45.) 10 (d. 42.) R. 2.
  • Richard Talbot 4, (d. 23. 33) 6, (d. 9. 19.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d. 8. 28.) 10, (d. 1. 5.) 11, (p. 1. d. 8.) 12, (p. 2. d. 32.) 13, (p. 2. d. 1. 28.) 14, (p. 1. d. 23. 33.) 15, (p. 1. d. 37.) 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) 18, (p 1. d. 14.) 21, (p. 2. d. 9.) 2, (p. 1. d. 23) 24. p. 2. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 26, (d. 14.) 27, (d. 12.) 28▪ (d. 26.) 29, (d. 7, 8.) 36, (d. 16.) 37, (d. 22.) E. 3.
  • Thomas Talbot de Blackmore 7, (d. 10.) R. 2.
  • Richard Talbot de Blackmore 8, (d. 35.) 9, (d. 45.) 10, (d. 42.) Chivaler 11, (d. 24.) R. 2.
  • Richard Talbot de Goderich-Castle 11, (d. 13.) 12, (d. 42.) 13, (d. 5.) 14, (d. 42.) 15, (d. 37.) 16, (d. 23.) 17, (d. 30.) R. 2.
  • Gilbert Talbot 7, (d. 30.) 8, (d. 2.) 11, (d. 32.) 12, (d. 2) 14. (d. 22.) H. 4. 1, (d. 9. 37.) 2, (d. 16.) 3, (d. 15.) 4, (d. 16.) 5, (d. 11.) H. 5.
  • Iohn Talbot DOMINVS de Furnival 11, (d. 32.) 12, (d. 2.) 14, (d. 22.) H. 4. 1, (d. 9. 37.) 2, (d. 6.) 4, (d. 16) 8, (d. 2.) H. 5.
  • Iohn Talbot Chivaler 4, (d. 15.) 11, (d. 10.) 13, (d. 2.) H. 6.
  • Iohn Talbot de Lisle Chivaler 23, (d. 21,) 25, (d. 24▪) 27, (d. 24) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 41.) Vicount de Lisle, 31, (d. 36.) H. 6.
  • Robert de Tateshall 22, (d. 4.) 24, (d. 7.) 25, (d. 6. 25) 27. (d. 16. 18.) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) E. 1.
  • Walter de Tey 27, (d. 16. 28.) 18, (d. 17.) 32, (d. 2.) 33. d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. 1, (d. 19.) E. 2.
  • Henry de Teyes, Teyeys, Teyers, Tryes, 27, (d. 18) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8, 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) 35, (d. 13.) E. 1. 1, (d. 29.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16, 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8, 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29) E. 2.
  • Iohn de Thorpe 2, (d. 11. 20.) 3, (d. 16, 17.) 4, (d. 1.) 5, (d. 11. 17.) 6, (d, 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, Page  325 (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 14, (d. 15.) 15 (d. 26.) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d. 5. 34.) 19, (d. 27.) E. 2.
  • William de Thorpe 4, (d. 32.) 5, (d. 40.) 6, (d. 37.) 7, (d. 10. 37.) 8, (d. 35.) 9, (d. 4.) 10, (d. 42.) 11, (d. 13. 24.) 12, (d. 42.) 13, (d. 5.) 14, (d. 42.) R. 2.
  • Pagan de Tibetot, Tibetorte 1, (d. 8.) 2, (d. 11. 14. 20.) 3, (d. 16, 17.) 5, (d. 11. 17. 25.) 6, (d. 3. 31) 7, (d. 16. 27) E. 2
  • Iohn de Tibetot, Tibetorte, Tibetote, Tipetote, Tiptoft, 9, (d. 8. 28.) 10. (d. 1. 5.) 11. (p. 1. d. 8. p. 2. d. 40.) 13. (p. 2. d. 1.) 14, (p. 2. d 23, 33.) 15, (p. 1. d. 37.) 17, (p. 1. d. 35.) 18, (p. 1. d. 14.) 22, (p. 2. d. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) 24, (p. 2. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1. d. 5.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 7. 8.) 31, (d. 2. 21.) 32, (d. 14.) 34, (d▪ 4.) 36, (d. 16. 42.) 37, (d. 22.) 38, (d. 3.) 39, (d. 2.) E. 3. Ro∣bert Tibetot. 42, (d. 22.) 44, (d. 1.) E. 3. Iohn Tibetot, Tibetoft, Tiptoft, Chiveler. 4, (d. 15.) 5, (d. 4.) 7, (d. 2.) 9, (d. 18.) 10, (d. 10.) 11, (d. 10.) 13, (d. 2.) 15, (d. 18.) 18, (d. 33,) 20, (d. 27.) H. 6.
  • Iohn Traverse 3, (d. 19.) E. 3.
  • Iohn Tregoz, Tregoitz 25, (d. 25.) 27, (d. 16. 18) E. 1. Henry Tregoz, Tregoitz 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) 35, (d. 13) E. 1. 1, (d. 19.) 2, (d. 11. 20.) 3, (d. 16, 17.) 4, (d. 1.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13) 14 (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) E. 2.
  • Thomas Tregoz 6, (d. 4. 9. 19. 36) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18) 9, (d. 28.) E. 3.
  • Iohn Trouett 32, (d. 14) E. 3.
  • William Trussell 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) E. 3. Theobald Trussell 32 (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • William Tuchet, 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. Iohn Tuchet 5, (p. 1. d. 28. p. 2. d. 4.) 7, (d. 30.) 8, (d. 2.) H. 4.
  • Marmaduke Twenge, Thwenge 35, (d. 13.) E. 1. 2, (d. 11. 20.) 3, (d. 16, 17.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. Page  326 29) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 27.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26) E. 2. William de Twenge 18, (d. 22.) E. 2.
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  • ADomaru, Eimerus de Valentia 25, (d. 25.) 28, (d. 3. 17,) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 34, [d. 2] E. 1.
  • William la Vavasour, Vavassor 27, (d. 28.) 28, (d. 3. 17) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. 1, (d. 8. 19.) 2, (d. 11. 20.) 3, (d. 17.) 4, (d. 1.) 5, (d. 11.) 6, (d. 31) E. 2. Walter le Va∣vassour 7▪ (d. 27) E. 2.
  • Peter de Veel 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Hugh de Veer 27, (d. 16▪ 28.) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13,) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) 35, (d. 13) E. 1. 1, (d. 8. 11. 29.) 2, (d. 11. 14. 20.) , (d. 11.) 4, (d. 1.) 5, (d. 11. 17. 25.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 25. 29.) E. 2. Robert de Veer 9, (d. 22) 11, (d. 8. 14) E. 2.
  • Theobald de Verden, Verdon, Verdun, Verdoun 23, (d. 4. 9.) 25, (d. 25.) Senior. 28, (d. 17.) 30, (d. 8.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. 2, (d. 11. 19) 3, (d. 16, 17.) 5, (d. 17.) 6, (d. 11. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 32,) E. 2.
  • Theobald de Verdun Iunior 28, (d. 17) 30, (d. 8.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) 35, (d. 1.) E. 1.
  • Iohn de Verdon 6, (d. 4. 9. 19. 36.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d. 8▪ 28.) 16, (p. 1. d. 9.) E. .
  • Iohn de Vescy 49, (d. 11.) H. 3. William de Vescy 23, (d. 4. 9.) E. 1. 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) E. 2.
  • Kobert de Vfford, D'ufford 2, (d. 11. 20.) 3, (d. 16, 17) 4, (d. 1.) 5, (d. 17. 25.) E. 2. Robert de Vfford 6, (d. 9. 19. 36.) 7, p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d. 8. 28.) 10, (d. 1. 5.) 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) E. . Iohn de Vfford 33, (d. 10.) 34, (d. 35.) E. 3. William de Vfford 38, (d. 3.) 39, (d. 2.) E. 3▪
  • Thomas Vghtred, de Vghtred 18, (p. 1. d. 14.) 22, (p. 2. Page  327 d. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) 24, p. 2. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1▪ d. 5.) 26, (d. 14.) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 7, 8.) 31, (d. 2. 21.) 32, (d. 14.) 34, (d. 4.) 36, (d. 16.) 37, (d. 22.) 38, (d. 3.) E. 3.
  • Gilbert de Vmfravill 23, (d. 4. 9.) 24, (d. 7.) E. 1. Ro∣bert de Vmfravil 2, (d. 20.) E. 2.
  • Henry de Vrtiaco 25, (d. 25.) 27, (d. 18.) E. 1.
  • Peter de Vvedale, 6, (d. 4. 9. 19. 36.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d. 18. 28.) E. 3.
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  • THomas de Waull 25, (d. 25,) E. 1.
  • Iohn de Wake 23, (d. 4. 9.) 24, (d. 7.) 25, (d. 25.) 27, (d. 18.) 28, (d. 17.) E. 1. Thomas de Wake 11▪ (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15▪ (d. 16) 16, (d. 26.) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d. 5. 34.) 19, (d. 27.) 20, (d. 4.) E. 2. 1, (p. 2. d. 11. 16.) 2, (d. 15. 23. 31.) 3, (d. 19.) 4, (d. 41) 5, (p. 1. d. 7. 25. p. 2. d. 7.) 6, (d. 9. 19. 31.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18.) de Ly∣dell, 9, (d. 8. 28.) 10, (d. 1. 5.) 11, (p. 2. d. 11. vacat) 12, (p. 2. d. 32.) 13, (p. 2. d. 1. 28) 14, (p. 1. d. 2. 33) 15, (p. 1. d. 37.) 16, (p. 1. d. 39 p. 2. d. 13. 22.) 1, (p. 1. d. 25.) 18, (p. 1. d. 14.) 20, (p. 2. d. 22.) 21, (p▪ 2. d. 9.) 22, (p. 1. d. 3, p. 2. d. 7.) 23, (p. 1. d. 23.) E. 3.
  • Richard Walkefore 32 (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Thomas Walkefore 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Richard Walleyes 14, (d. 5.) E. 2.
  • Ralph de Ward 28, (d. 27.) E. 1. Robert de la Warde 28 (d. 3.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) E. 1. Simon de Ward▪ 18, (d. 21.) 20, (d. 4.) E. 2. 1, (p. 2. d. 11. 16.) 2, (d. 15. 29. 31,) 4, (d. 13. 23. 32. 41.) 5, (d▪ 7. 15) 6, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18.) E. 3. Richard Ward Chivaler, 49, (d. 6.) H. 6.
  • Roger la Warre▪ 27, (d. 16. 18 28, (d. 3. 17.) 31, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 10. 21.) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. 1. (d. 19.) 2, (d. 11. 20.) 3, (d. 17) 4, (d. 1.) E. 2.
  • Page  328Robert la Warre 33, (d. 21.) E. 1.
  • Iohn la Warre 1, (d. 8 11. 19.) 2, (d. 11. 14. 20.) 3, (d. 16, 17.) 5, (d. 11. 17. 25.) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 16. 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 29.) E. 2. Iohn la Warre 16, (p. 1. d. 39.) E. 3. Rich: de la Warre 32, (d. 14) E. 3. Roger de la Warre, 36, (d. 16.) 37, (d. 22.) E. 3. Iohn la Warre, 44, (d. 1.) 46, (d. 9▪) 47, (d. 13.) 49, (d. 4. 6.) 50. (p. 2. d. 6.) E. 3. 1, (d 35.) 2, (13, 29.) 3, (32.) 4, (d. 3 2.) 5, (d. 40.) 6, (d. 37.) 7, (d. 10. 37) 8, (d. 35.) 9, (d. 45.) 10, (d. 42.) 11, (d. 37.) 12, (d. 42.) 11, (d. 37.) 12, (d. 42.) 13, (d. 5.) 14, (d. 42.) 15, (d. 37.) 16, (d. 29.) 17, (d. 30.) 18, (d. 23.) 20, (p. 1. d. 15. (21, p. 1. d. 27) R. 2.
  • Magister Tho. de la Warre, 23, (d. 33.) R. 2. 1. (d. 37.) 2, (p. 1. d. 3.) 3, (d. 17.) 5, (p. 1. d. 28▪ p. 2. d. 4.) 7, (d. 30.) 8, (d. 2.) 11, (d. 32.) 12, (d. 2.) 14, (d. 22.) H. 4. 1, (d. 9. 37.) 2, (d. 16.) 3, (d. 15.) 4, (d. 16.) 5, (d. 11.) 7, (d. 9.) 8, (d, 2.) 9, (d. 13.) H. 5. 1, (d. 22.) 2, (d. 18.) 3, (d. 9.) 4, (d. 15.) 5, (d. 14.) H. 6.
  • Reginald la Warre Chivaler 5, (d. 4.) 7, (d. 2.) H. 6.
  • Robert de Watevill, 20, (d. 3.) E. 2. 1, (p. 2. d. 11. 16.) 2, (d. 11. 23. 31.) 3, (d. 19.) 4, (d. 41.) E. 3.
  • Adam de Welle, Welles, 27 (d. 16. 18.) 28, (d. 3. 17.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21) 34, (d. 2.) E. 1. 1, (d. 8. 11.) 2, (d. 11. 14. 20.) 3, (d. 16. 17.) 4, (d. 1) E. 2. Adam de Welles, de Welle, 6, (d. 49. 23. 36.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d. 8. 18.) 10, (d. 1. 5.) 11, (p. 1. d. 8. p. 2. d. 11▪ 40.) 12, (p. 2. d. 32.) 13, (p. 2. d. 1. 28) 14, (p. 1. d. 23. 33.) 15, (p. 1. d. 37.) 16, (p. 1. d. 39. p. 2. d. 13. 22.) 17, (p. 1. d. 25.) 18, (p. 1 d. 14.) E. 3. Iohn de Welles 31, (d. 2.) 34, (d. 4.) Chivaler, 49, (d. 4.) 50, (p. 2. d. 6.) E. 3. 1, (d. 35.) 2, (d. 13. 29.) 3, (d. 32.) 5, (d. 40.) 11, (d. 24.) 12, (d. 42.) 13, (d. 5.) 14, (d. 42.) 15, (d. 37,) 16, (d. 23.) 17, (d. 30.) 18, (d. 23.) 20, (p. 1. Page  329 d. 15.) 21, (p. 1. d. 27.) 23, (d. 3.) R. 2. 1, (d. 37,) 2, (p. 1. d. 3.) 3, (d. 17.) 5, (p. 1. d. 28. p. 2. d. 4.) 7, (d. 30.) 8, (d. 2.) 11, (d. 32.) 12, (d. 2.) 14, (d. 22) H. 4. 1, (d. 9. 37.) 2, (d. 16.) 3, (d. 15.) 4, (d. 16) 5, (d. 11.) 7, (d. 9.) 8, (d. 2.) H. 5. 1, (d. 22.) , (d. 18.) 3, (d. 9.) 4, (d. 15.) 5, (d. 4.) 7, (d. 2.) H. 6. Leonel, Leonard de Welles, Chivaler 10, (d. 10.) 11, (d. 10.) 13, (d. 2.) 15, (d. 18.) 18, (d. 33.) 20, (d. 27.) 23, (d. 21.) 25, (d. 24.) 27, (d. 24.) 28, (d. 26) 29, (d. 41.) 31, (d. 36) H. 6.
  • Richard Welles DOMINVS de Willoughby, Miles 33, (d. 36.) 38, (d. 30) H. 6. 1, (d. 35.) 2, (d. 3.) 6. (d. 1,) 9, (d. 3) E, 4.
  • Iohn Wenlock de Wenlock Chivaler, 3, (d. 3.) 6, (d. 1.) 9, (d. 3.) E. 4▪
  • Thomas de West 16, (p. 1. d. 39,) E. 3. Thomas West Chivaler 5, (p. 1. d. 28. p. 2. d. 4.) H. 4. Reginald West Chivaler, 10, (d. 10.) 11, (d. 10.) 13, (d. 2.) 15, (d. 18.) 18, (d. 33.) 25, (d. 24,) 27, (d. 24.) 28, (d. 26.) H. 6. Richard West Chivaler 38, (d. 30.) H. 6, 1, (d. 35▪) 2, (d. 3.) 6, (d. 1.) 9, (d. 3.) 12, (d. 41) 22 & 23 (d. 10.) E. 4.
  • Iohn de Whitingdon 25, (d. 25) E. 1.
  • Thomas de Wodestoke 14, (d. 19.) E 2.
  • Richard Woodvill, Wodevill, Miles, DOMINVS de Ri∣vers 27, (d. 24.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 41.) 31, (d. 36.) 38, (d. 30.) H. 6. 2, (d. 3.) E 4.
  • Anthony Wodevill, DOMINVS de Scales 2, (d. 3.) Chi∣valer 6, (d. 1.) H. 6.
  • Iohn de Wylington, Wyllington 3, (d. 19) 4, (d▪ 23. 31.) 10, (d. 1. 5.) 11, (p. 1. d. 8. p. 2. d▪ 11. 40.) 12, (p. 2. d. 32.) 13, (p. 2. d. 1. 28) E. 3. Ralph de Wylington, 16, (p. 1, d. 29.) E. 3. Adomar de Wylington 32, (d. 14.) E. 3.
  • Robert de Wilghby (Wylugby 7, (d. 16. 27.) E. 2.
  • Iohn de Wyloughby Wiloughby, Willoughby 6, (d. 9. 19. 37) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d. 8. 28.) 10, (d. 1. 5.) 11, (p. 2. d. 11. 40) 12, (p. 2. d. 32) 13, (p. 2. d. 1. Page  330 28) 14, (p. 1. d. 23, 33) 15, (p. 1. d. 27.) 16, (p. 1. d. 39. p. 2. d. 13. 22) 17, (p. 1. d. 25.) 18, (p. 1. d. 14) 20, (p. 2. d. 22.) 21, (p. 2, d. 9.) 22, (p. 1. d. 31. p. 2. d. 7.) 23, (. 1. d. 23) de Eresby 24, (p. 2. d. 3.) 25, (p. 1. d. 6) 27, (d. 12.) 28, (d. 26.) 29, (d. 6, 7.) 31, (d. 2. 21) 34▪ (d. 4.) 36, d. 16.) 37, (d. 22) 38, (d. 3.) 39, (d. 2.) 42, (d. 22) 43, (d. 24) 44, (d. 1.) 46, (d. 9.) E. 3. William de Wylughby, 32 d. 14. E. 3.
  • Robert de Wyloughby 49 (d. 4.) 50, (p. 2. d. 6.) E. 3. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (d. 13. 29.) 3, (d. 32.) 4, (d. 32.) 5, (d. 40.) 6, (d. 37. 7, (d. 10. 37.) 8, (d. 35.) 9, (d. 45.) 10, (d. 42.) 11, (d. 13. 37.) 12, (d. 42) 13, (d. 5.) 14, (d. 42.) 15, (d. 37) 16, (d. 23) 17, (d. 30) 18, (d. 23.) R. 2.
  • William de Wyloughby 20, (p. 1. d. 15.) 21, (p. 1. d. 27.) 23, (d. 3. R. 2. 1, (d. 37.) 2, (p. 1. d. 3.) 3, (d. 17) 5, (p. 1. d. 28. p. 2. d. 4.) 7, d. 30.) 8, (d. 2.) 11, (d, 32) H. 4.) Robert de Willoughby 12, (d. 2) 14, (d. 22) H. 4. 1, (d. 9. 37.) 2, (d. 16.) 4, [d. 16] 8, (d. 2.) H. 5.
  • Robert Wyloughby Chivaler 15, (d. 18.) 18, (d. 33.) 20, (d. 27.) 23, (d. 21) 25, (d. 24) 27, (d. 24.) 28 (d. 26.) 29, (d. 41) H. 6.
  • William de Wyndesore 5, (d. 40.) 6, (d. 37.) 7, (d. 10. 37) R. 2.
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  • ALan de la Zusche, Zousche, Zouche, 25, (d. 6.) 26, (d. 16, 18), 28, (d. 3. 17.) 30, (d. 8. 13.) 32, (d. 2.) 33, (d. 21.)▪ 34, (d. 2.) 35, (d. 13.) E. 1. 1, (d. 8. 11. 19.) 2, (d. 11. 14. 20.) 3, (d. 16, 17.) 5, (d. 17) 6, (d. 3. 31.) 7, (d. 15. 27) E. 2.
  • Will: la Zousche (another, not of Haringworth) 2, (d. 11. 20) 3. (d. 16, 17.) 6, (d. 3. 31) 7, (d. 16, 27.) 8, (d. 29. 35.) 9, (d. 22.) 11, (d. 8. 14.) 12, (d. 11. 29.) 13, (d. 13.) 14, (d. 5. 29.) 15, (d. 16.) 16, (d. 26.) 17, (d. 27.) 18, (d. 5. 21. 34) 19, (d. 27.) E. 2.
  • Page  331William la Zousche de Haringworth 17. (d. 27.) 18, (d. 5. 21. 34.) 19, (d. 27.) 20, (d. 4.) E. 2. 1, (p. . d. 11. 16.) 2, (d. 23. 31) 3, (d. 19.) 4, (d. 13. 23, 32, 41,) 5, (p. 1. d. 7. 25. p. 2. d. 7.) 6, (d. 4. 9. 19. 36.) 7, (p. 2. d. 3.) 8, (d. 18.) 9, (d. 8. 28.) 10. (d. 1. 5.) 11, p. 2. d. 21. 40.) 12, (p. 2. d. 32.) 13, (p. 2. d. 1. 28.) 14, (p. 1. d. 23, 33,) 15, (p. 1. d. 37.) 16, (p. 1. d. 39, p. 2. d. 13.) 17, (p. 1. d. 25.) 18, (p. 1. d. 14.) 20, (p. 2. d. 22.) 21, (p. 2. d. 9.) 22, (p. 1. d. 32. p. 2. d. 7.) E. 3.
  • William la Zousche de Castro Rici 19 (d. 27.) E. 2. 1, (p. 2. d. 11. 16) 2, (d. 31) E 3.
  • William la Zousche de Mortuomari, Mortymer 2, (d. 15. 23) 3, (d. 19) 4, (d. 13. 28. 32. 41) 5, (d. 7. 25. p. 2. d. 7) 6, (d. 4. 9. 19. 36) 7, (p. 2. d. 3) 8, (d. 18) 9, (d. 8) 10, (d. 1. 5.) E. 3.
  • William la Zouche de Asheby 9, (d. 28.) E. 3.
  • William la Zousche de Haringworth Iunior 23, (p. 1. d. 23) 24, (p. 2. d. 3) 25, (p. 1. d. 5) 26, (d. 14.) 27, (d. 12) 28, (d. 26) 29, (d. 7, 8) 31, (d. 2. 21) 32, (d. 14) 34. (d. 4) 35, (d. 30) 36, (d. 42) 37, (d. 22) 38, (d. 3) 39. (d. 2) 42, (d. 22) 43, (d. 24) 44, (d. 1) 46, (d. 9) 47, (d. 13) 49, (d. 4. 6) 50, (p. 2. d. 6.) E. 3. 1, (d. 37) 2, (d. 13. 29) 3, (d. 32) 4, (d. 32) 5, (d. 40) 6, (d. 37) 7, (d, 10. 37) 8, (d. 35) 9, (d. 45.) 10, (d. 42) 11, (d. 13. 37) 12, (d. 42) 13, (d. 5) 14, (d. 42) 15, (d. 37) 16, (d. 23) 17, (d. 30) 18, (d. 23) 20, (p. 1. d. 15) R. 2.
  • William la Zouche de Haringworth 2, (p. 1. d. 3) 3, (d. 17) 5, (p. 1. d. 18. p. 2. d. 4.) 7, (d. 30) 8, (d. 2) 11, (d. 32) 12, (d. 2) 14, (d. 22) H. 4. 1, (d. 9. 37) 2, (d. 16) H. 5.
  • William la Zouche de Haringworth, 4, (d. 15) 5, (d. 4) Chivaler, 7 (d. 2) 9, (d. 18) 10, (d. 10) 13 (d. 2) 15 (d. 18) 18, (d. 33) 20, (d. 27) 25, (d. 24) 27, (d. 24) 28, (d. 26) 29, (d. 41) 31, (d. 36) 33▪ (d. 36) 38, d. 30.) H. 6. 1, (d. 35.) 2, (d. 3) 6, (d. 1.) E. 4.

Page  332 As these last Alphabeticall, Chronologicall Tables will be very usefull to all Heraulds, and the ancient Nobility of the Realme, and adde much luster to Mr. Brookes his Catalogue of Nobilitie; Mr. Vincent his Discovery of the Errours therein, Iames York his Union of Honours, William Martyn his succession of the Nobility of Eng∣land at the end of his History, and other Writers of our Nobility; (who were*originally hereditary for the major part) so by the serious perusal of the later of them, you may clearly discern beyond all contradiction,

1. That there are at least 98. Laymen in the later Catalogue summoned only once, and no more hui once, by our Kings at sundry times, to several Parliaments and* Great Councels of the Realm, by the self same general Writs of Summons as the Earles, Peers, and Barons of the land were summoned, and enrolled a∣mongst them in the Lists of Summons and Resum∣mons; and specially commanded by their Writs, Quod personaliter intersitis Nobiscum, ac cum Praelatis, & caeteris Magnatibus & Proceribus dicti Regni nosti, super negotiis praedictis tractaturi, Vestrum{que} Consilium impensuri, &c. yet neither themselves, nor any of their Name or Posteri∣ty were ever summoned afterwards to any other Par∣liament or Great Councill, for ought appears by the Clause Rolls, and Lists of persons summoned.

2. That there are at least 50. others of them, thu summoned by general Writs, and listed amongst the names of the temporal Lords, Barons, and Great men, some of them only, to 2. others of them, to 3. others, to 4. others, to 5. or 6. Parliaments and great Councils at several times; yet not one of them, or their Progenie afterwards called by Writ to any suc∣ceeding Parliaments or Councils.

3. Tht Iohn ap Adam was called by Writ to no lesse then 16. successive Parliaments and Grand Councils of the Realme, under King Ed. 1. 2. and 3. Roger de Ba∣nent to 22. under Ed. 2. and 3. Guido de Bryan to 37. under E. 3. and R. 2. Iohn de Claverings to 45. under Page  233E. 1. 2. and 3. Philip de Columbariis to 44. under E. 2. and 3. Sir William Herne to 8. under E. 3. R. 2. and H. 4. as likewise Walter de Manny, Iohn de la Mare, Ni∣cholas de Meyvill, Thomas de Musgrave, Iohn Somery, Hen∣ry de Teyez, Thomas Vhtred, and some others, summon∣ed by general Writs, to sundry Parliaments and Coun∣cils, by one or more of our Kings; yet they and their Posterities of the same name, were afterwards totally omitted out of the Writs, and lists of Summons, and never summoned again in succeeding times.

4. That Gilbert and William de Acton, Richard and William de Aldeburge, Gilbert and William de Aton, (perchance the same with Acton) Robert and Willi∣am de Felton, John, Richard, and Matthew Fitz Iohn, Ralph and Robert de Grendon, Robert and Alexander de Hilton, Adam and Thomas de Novo Mercato, Hugh and Hugh de Sancto Phileberto, Giles and Richard de Playez, Miles and Nicholas de Stapleton, William and Theobald Trussell, William and John Tuchet, to omit others, were successively summoned to one, two, or three Parliaments, Great Councils, not immediately succeeding each o∣ther, but some good distance of years and time after the other, (during which, many Parliaments and Councils intervened, to which none of them were called by Writ) and then totally omitted▪ none of their name or posteritie (for ought appeares) being ever summoned again, as the last Table visibly demon∣strates.

From which 4. particulars, I conceive it experi∣mentally evident beyond dispute, That as the Kings Writs to his Counsell, Justices, and other Assistants (mentioned in the next Section) did neither constitute them nor their issues, Peers or Barons of the Realm, nor Assistants for life, though they sat, advised with the King & Lords upon all weighty occasions in the Lords House:) and as the elections, retornes of Knights, Ci∣tizens, Burgesses, Barons of Ports, by the Kings Writs of summons to Parliaments, and their sitting, voting in the Page  234 Commons House in one or more Parliaments, for which they are elected; (though seconded with the Kings Writs for levying their expences after the Par∣liaments ended) do neither create them Knights, Ci∣tizens, Burgesses, Barons of Ports, nor Members of the Commons House, during their own lives, much lesse their issue Males in succession after them, but only du∣ring the session and continuance of these particular Parliaments and Councils for which they are elected and retorned; which being once▪ determined, they pre∣sently ceased to be Knights, Citizens, Burgesses, Barons, in any succeeding Parliaments or Councils, unlesse newly elected and retorned to serve in them by the Kings new Writs, as ouraLaw books and experience resolve: so, the Kings generall Writs of summons directed to Knights, Gentlemen, and other Laicks, who held not by Ba∣rony, and are no Lords nor Barons by special creati∣ons, or Descent from their Ancestors, to treat with the King and the rest of the Lords and Great men in the Lords House, and their sitting therein once, twice, or oftener, by Vertue of such Writs, doth in truth and reality neither make, nor create themselves, nor their heires Males after them, in point of law or right, either Peers, Lords or Barons of the Realm for life, or inheritance, nor give them (much lesse their issues after them) a right of summons to, or voice amongst those who are reall Peers and Lords by Tenure, Crea∣tion or Descent, in all succeeding Parliaments; but only a temporary right to treat and advise with the King and other Lords in those Parliaments and Coun∣cills to which they are particularly summoned, and not in any others; as it did in the cases of Abbots, Priors, and other ecclesiastical persons thus summoned to, and sitting now and then in the Lords House, but holding no Lands by Barony, whose general Writs of summons to, and session in Parliaments and Councils made neither themselves during their lives, nor their successors after them, actuall Peers or Barons of the Page  235 Realm, asb Sr Ed: Cook, &c others acknowleg, and I haved elsewhere proved, there being the self same reason, and by consequence the self same Law in both cases; Else our Kings (bye Sir Edwards own doctrin) had been and should be bound Ex debito Iustitiae to sum∣mon every one of those Knights and Laymen once summoned to, and sitting in any of their Parliaments, and Great Coun∣cils (by vertue of their general Writs, without any other creation) during their natural lives, and their beires males being of full age after their deaths, to all succeeding Par∣liaments and Councils, and ought not to have omitted them out of the lists of summons at their pleasures, and their posterities after them in all succeeding Par∣liaments, as we experimentally find they did, without the least question, claim or complaint made by them or their heirs, for ought I find in Records or Histo∣ries. Whereas not only the Earles and Barons in the Parliamentary Great Council at London under King fHenry the 3. Ann. 1255. refused to grant any aid, or act any thing therein, because All the Barons were not at that time summoned to Parliament, as they ought to be by the te∣nour of Magna Charta; but even other succeeding Par∣liaments have done the like; And in the Parliament of 2. Carolig An. 1626. the Earle of Bristoll, being a Peer of this Realme, and not receiving a summons to Parliament, according to the Priviledge of his Peerage: thereupon com∣piained thereof to the Lords House: who referring the buisnesse to their Committee of Priviledges; Vpon the Earl of Hertfords report from the Committee; The Lords resolved it necessary for them to beseech his Majesty, that a Writ of Summons might be sent to this Earl, and also TO SUCH OTHER LORDS WHOSE WRITS ARE STOP∣PED; except such as are made uncapable BY JUDG∣MENT OF PARLIAMENT, or some other legal judg∣ment. Whereupon writs were issued to them; It being a great intrenchment upon the Liberty, Priviledges, and Safety of the Peers of the Land, and of dangerous consequence for the King at his pleasure to omit any of them out of the WritsPage  236 of summons, keep back their Writs, or restrain them from the Parliament after their receit; as they then resolved in his case, and the* Earl of Arundels like∣wise the same Parliament.

5. From this Table we may discern the observation of learned Sir* Hery Spelman in his Glossary, touch∣ing the summons of the Greater English Barons to Parliaments, to be in a great measure justifiable. Denuo autem crebra bella & simultates, quas Reges veteres ali∣quando habuere cum his ipsis MAIORIBVS SVIS BARONIBVS, alios etiam eorum interdum omitterent, alios vero NON BARONES, ad Parliamenta evocarent, habitique sunt deinceps PERPETVO OMISSI PRO NON BARONIBVS, evocati contra BARONVM Ti∣tulo salutantur. Aegrè hoc ferentes Proceres, Johannem adigere sub magno sigillo Angliae pacisci; Vt Archiepis∣copos, Episcopos, Abbates, & MAJORES BARO∣NES REGNI, sigillatim per literas sommoniri fa∣ceret. Quod autem adeo neglexit Henricus 3. Vt cum ipsemet (Anno Regni sui 41.) ducentas quinquaginta Baronias in Anglia Numerasset, vocaretque ad Parliamen∣tum Ano 49. regni sui. 120. Praelatos Ecclesiae, Laicos tantum, Barones. 29. accersivit (the rest were newly slain in the Battle of Evesham, or in actual rebellion, which was the true cause hereof) ut è Schedis constat ejusdem Parliamenti. Neglexit utique Edovardus I. multos quos vocasst Hen. 3. etiam silios plures, quorum ipse partes 1 ad∣misissit, aliis interim introductis. Sic antiqua illa Baronum dignitas, secessit sensim in titularem & arbitrariam, RE∣GIOQUE TANDEM DIPLOMATE IDIRCO DISPENSATA EST; to wit, by his speciall* Pa∣tents of creation, with particular Clauses granting them and their heires Males, ut eorum quilibet Sedem et Locum in Parliamentis Nostris et Hredum et Successorum Nostrorum, infra Regnum nostrum Angliae tenendis, inter ALIOS BARONES, VT BA∣RO, &c. not by any generall Writs of Summons, which have not the word BARO in them.

Page  237 6. That although some of our ancienter Kings, as Henry the third (to settle Peace after the battle of Lewes, and Barons Wars) Claus. 49. H. 3. d. 10. 11. Cedula, King Edward the 1. and 2. in some of their Parliaments, and King Edward the 3d. in his Great Councill, cl. 32. E. 3. d. 1 4. did upon extraordinary Oc∣casions and Necessities, summon not only sundry Abbots, Priors, and Ecclesiasticall Persons, but likewise divers Laymen (of Great estates, Wisdome, Parts and abi∣lities) who were no Peers, Lords nor Barons of the Realme, by Tenure, Patent or Descent, by the self same form of generall Writs as they summoned the Bishops, Abbotis, Spiritual and Temporal Lords, who were reall Peers and Barons of the Realme; Vobiscum, &c. & Nobiscum, & cum caeteris Praelatis, Magnatibus, & Proceribus super dictis negotiis ractaturi, Vestrumque Consi∣lium impensuri, &c. and that only once, twice, thrice, or perchance oftener, never summoning them nor their heires or successors afterwards, or very rarely: so it is observable, 1. That they did it very seldome, upon extraordinary emergent necessities; not customa∣rily, or frequently. 2ly. That they did it not out of any affront or opposition to the antient Hereditary, reall, spiritual or temporal Lords, Peers and Barons of the Realm, to seclude, overvote, baffle, disparage all or any of them; but by their advise, consents and approbation, as the Writs, Rolls, attest, 3ly. That their numbers usually, (except in 49 H. 3. whena most of the Barons were slain at Evesham, or in actual armes a∣gainst the King; or when some extraordinary aid, ad∣vise or assistance was required of them) were not very great nor considerable; the antient spiritual, and temporal Lords and Barons, being usually double, treble, quadruple to them; and for the most part, six or ten to one, as you may easily discerne by comparing their names in every list of summons. 4ly. That there are very few Presidents under King Edward the 3. of an coniderable numbers of such spiritual or tem∣poral persons called to his Parliaments, but only to one Page  238 general Councill, in 32 E. 3. d. 14. 5ly. That after King Edward the 3d. his reigne, there is not one presi∣dent of any Archbishop, Bishop, Abbot, Prior or re∣ligious persons, summoned to any Parliament to my remembrance, but only of those who held by Barony, and were constantly summoned as Spiritual Peers to all our Parliaments. And very few Presidents, if any, of a Knight, Gentleman, or other Layman whatso∣ever, summoned by any general Writs to the Lords House, to treat and consult together with them, un∣lesse they were ancient Earles, Lords, or Barons of the Realm, or newly created such by special Patents, before their summons, or by special clauses of creation in the Wris by which they were summoned, as all the lists of summons in the Clause Rolls, the precedent Table, the Statutes of 5 R. 2. Stat. 2. c. 4. 31 H. 8. c▪ 10. and Mr. Martyns Catalogue of them at the end of his History, clearly manifest. 6ly. That in my best observation there is no president from 49 H. 3. till the last Parlia∣ment of King Charles, nor in any age before, where any of the ancient Nobility, Peers, Lords or Barons of the Realme, at least any considerable number of them, (unlesse such who were actually outlawed, or attainted of High Treason, orb absent in forreign parts, or in actual service in the Wars, or under age) were omitted out of the Writs of summous, or secluded from sitting in the Lords House in any Parliament by force or frand, (unless bycMorimer, in the Parliament at Salisbury, An. 2. E. 3. and in 21 R. 2.) nor of o∣thers, who were no real Lords, Peers by Patent, Te∣nure, or other legal creation, summoned to the Lords House out of England (much lesse out of Scotland and Ireland) to supplant them, or supply their places, un∣der any name, notion, or pretext whatsoever. Neither were they or any of them, secluded, disinherited of their seats, Votes, Peerage in Parliament,dwithout or be∣fore the least legal hearing, trial, impeachment, or con∣viction whatsoever, of any capital crime which might foreit their Peerage, against all the Great Charters, Page  239 Statutes, Records, Declarations, Orders, Ordinances, Votes, Protestations, Oathts, Covenants, (mentioned in my Plea for the Lords, and House of Peers) which ratifie and perpetuate this their Birthright to them and their Po∣sterities, and the very law of all Nations. 6ly. It is very observable, that both Houses of Parliament in their Propositions sent to King Charles at their last Treaty with him in the Isle of Weight, to prevent the creation and introduction of any New Lords into future Parlia∣ments, to the prejudice, seclusion, or overvoting of the Ancient Nobility, or Commons house, did amongst other things propound.dThat BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT, all LORDS and PEERS made by the King since Edward Lord Littleton deserted the Parliament, and carried away the Great Seal the 21. of May, 1642. should be unlorded, unpeered, set by, and their Titles of Honour, Patents, revo∣ked, declared null and void to all intents, and never hereafter put in use. And that NO PEER WHICH SHOULD BE HEREAFTER MADE BY THE KING, HIS HEIRES OR SUCCESSORS (who have onely and solely a just, legal power to create them, and none else, as they hereby declare) SHALL SIT IN THE PARLIAMENT OF ENGLAND WITH∣OUT CONSENT OF BOTH HOUSES OF PAR∣LIAMENT. Which the King then fully and freely consented to without any limitation or exception whatsoever. Since which Proposition of both Houses, and concession by the King, how any person or per∣sons who assented to, or approved thereof in any kind▪ as reasonable, or beneficial to the publick; with∣out any special Patent or creation from the King, his heires or successors; and without the consent of the House of Lords, and ancient Peers of the Realme (the only proper members of &*Iudges in it) & of the Commons House, (yea against both their consents and approbations) can justly, by any other authority, Patent, Writ, or instrument whatsoever, assume unto themselves the Titles of Lords or Barons of the Realme, or of the Lords House it self; to the disseasing, disinheriting, sup∣pressing Page  240 of the ancient undoubted Peers and House of Lords: Or how any who have Voted down, declared against, and abolished the Lords and Lords House, in sundryeprinted Papers, as Uselesse, Dangerous, In∣convenient, Oppressive to the People, obstructive to the Proceedings in Parliament, and the like; and afterwards by several Votes, and printedfNew Knacks, took and subscribed themselves, and prescribed to all others under severest penalties, a publick Engagement, To be rue and faithfull to the Commonwealth of England▪ as it was then established, (as they thought by themselves, though the event soon after proved the contrary) Without a King or House of Lords; can or dare become this very Selfsame Vselesse, dangerous, oppressive, obstructive, grievance, &c. themselves; and against their own Votes, Declarations, Acts, Subscriptions, Engagements, stile or assert themselves to be either real Lords, or an House of Lords, without the greatest Praevarication, Contradi∣ction to, and Apostacy from their own former Princi∣ples; or how they can ever probably expect that either the ancient Lords or Commons of England should sub∣mit unto them as such, let their own judgments, con∣sciences and reasons resolve them. The rather, because divers of the Earles, Nobles made by King Stephen were stiled, yea deposed as meer Imaginary, false Earles and Lords, (Quosdam Imaginarios et Pseudo-Comites) and both their Titles and Crown lands given them by Stephen (though King de facto) resumed by King Henry the 2. right heir to the crown, because Stephen was an Usurper; & Chartae Invasoris praejudicium legitimo Principi minime facere deberent, as the Chronicle of Normandy, the Book of the Abby of Waverly,a Mr. Selden out of them; bGulielmus Neubrigensis, and Chronicle of Bromton. Col. 1046. inform us. Whose President may justly deterre them from any unjust disseisin of the ancient Lords, and setting themselves in their Places.

And thus much for my Observations on, and from the Writs in this second Section.