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Andulet, William, xiv. 32

Appleyarde, John and Thomas, xiii.
Annunciation, painting of, at St. 144

Michael-at-Plea Church, Norwich, Appleyerd, Willelmus, xiv. 315
xiii. 341

Apprenticeship Bond,' enrolled 1291,
Representation of the, xvii. 202, xii. 73
279

Ap Rice.

xviii. 2 (3)
Annyson, William, xiii. 184-186, 190 Apton, xvii. 115
Ansger, the Staller, xx. 32

Ap Tonwerth, Arms of, xiv. 342;
Ansham, Phillipp, xviii. 92

and David and Erddylad, 342
Anstwick (Yorks), xviii. 71

Aquinas, Thomas, his Summa Theo-
Anthony (shepherd), xix. 140, 154 logiæ, xii. 208, 209, 224, 225
Antine, John, xviii. 152

Arabian Characters, borders of
Antingham, Brasses at, xi. 184; xiv. garments, xiii. 334
261

Aragon, Katherine of, xviii. 243, 289
- xii. 283; xiii. 45, 57, 155, 277, 278; Archæologia quoted, xiv. 117, 148, 149

xvi. 148; xvii. 112; xviii. 83, 84 - Aeliana referred to, xviii. 209
Antioch, St. Margaret of, xii. 88 Archæological Society (Norfolk and
Antipathy to Play Actors, xiii. 14, 15 Norwich), affiliated with National
Antiphoner, The Ranworth, described Trust for Places of Historic
in detail, xviii. (Rep.

xxxiv. Interest, xv. 350
XXXvii.)

completes its 50th year, xiii.
Antiquaries, Society of, Proceedings (1895 Rep. iv.)
quoted, xiii. 294

- of Lincs. and Notts. visit the
Antiquary, The, quoted, xvii. 1, 2 Lynn District, xiv. (1898 Rep. ii.)
Antonines (Antoninus) Itinerary-Iter. Institute, Proceedings quoted, xiv.

ii. 19, 28; Iter. v. 19; Iter. ix. 149; xviii. 179, 185, 187, 189, 198,
1-30. Vol. xvii.

199, 203
Anund, son of Wuluina, xx. 296, 297 - Journal, xlii. 251 quoted; xiii. 119
Apeton, xii. 270

referred to, xviii. 106, 209
Apice, Meaning of, xv. 171

quoted, xiv. 136
Apologic for Paris,” An (R. Baron), Archbishop of Canterbury re-opens
XX. 250, 253, 254

the Choir of the Cathedral, xii.
- of Poetry, xiii. 103

(1894 Rep. viii.)
Apology for Actors (1612) quoted, or Pope, Figure of, found in
xiii. 9

Terrington St. Clement Church, xii.
Apostles, Saints,&c., carvings on 5

bench ends at Wiggenhall St. Mary Archdeaconries Comparative Valua-
the Virgin, xix. 324-332

tion of, xvii. 68, 69
Appelyerd, Bartholomeus de, xiv. 305, of Norwich Diocese, Suggested
313, 315, 319

Origin of, xvii. 50
William de, xiv. 305

Architecture, Early English, Decor-
Appendix, Proceedings of the Com ated and Perpendicular, in Terring:
mittee, xi. 359

ton Church, xii. 3, 6
Appilyerd, William, xv. 187

Architectural' Societies' (Associated)
Bartholomew, xvi. 70; William de Papers referred to, xviii

. 209
66; Willm., 70

Archives of Papal Propaganda re-
Apping See Happing Hundred, ferred to, xviii. 20
Vol. xii.

Arderon (William), xx. 229
Appleman, Alexander, xvi. 188

Ardley (Staffs.), XV. 213
Appleton, xiii. 288; xvii. 104, 323 Arelsford, New, xv. 221
-- Chapel of St. Katherine at, xvij. Aretino, Spinello, Crucifixion by, xiii.
323

332, 334, 337
Alice, wife of Henry Berney, xiii. Argall, Mr., xix. 144, 151
235

“Armati” (armed men) Precise Mean.
- Alice, xx. 267

ing of, xiv. 269
Appleyard, Arms of, xiii. 194

Armeiard, Richard, xiv. 51
Henry, Commonplace book of, xiv. Armes, William, sviii. 156
143

Armestead, Willm', xviii. 102

XX

328;

XV.

79;

XV.

xv.

Armigard (Armegard), xx. 204. Alice,

Amabilia, Cecilia, Escelina, Gilbert,

Mabil, Matilda, and Richard
Arminghall (Amringhall), xiii. 62, 70,

154, 156, 157, 168, 183, 189
- Old Hall visited, xvi. (1904 Rep. i.)
xvii. 114; Church Plate at, 363,

364; and Paten at, 186, 263
- (Ameringehall), xix. 278, 300
Armorial Bearings. Vols. xi.-XX. :-

Albeneto, xv. 326; Albini, xv. 327,
330; Appleyard, xiii. 194; Ap
Tonworth, xiv. 312; Astley, xix.
224; Atte Lathe, xix. 322; Bardolf,
xii. 11; xix. 321; Barker, xi. 325;
xviii. 279; Barkham, xiii. 236, 239,
240; Barnwell, xx. 9; Barret, xix.
215, 217; Beauchamp, xii. 11; xix.
322; Beaufort, xv. 329; Bedingfield,
xix. 321; Berney, xiii. 235;
267; Berry, XV. 83; Best, xviii.
238; Blankenheim, xv. 311 Blener-
hassett, xv. 73, 75; Blennerhassett,
xix. 187; Blenerhaysett, xiii. 195 ;
Blenerhaysett quartering Orton, xv.
65; Bohun, xv. 329; Bosvile, xv.
333; Boteler, xix. 124; Bottetort,

326; Bradeston, xiii. 235;
Bradestone,
xx. 267;

Bradshawe,
327;

Brampton, siii. 192;
Broom (Brome), xviii. 230; Broome,
xiii. 192; Brotherton, 326;
Browne, xviii. 240; Buckenham
(Old) Priory, xv. 333; Buckingham
(Bokenham), xv. 325, 328; Bucking-
ham, Duke of, Humphrey Stafford,
xv. 329; Buckle (Bokele), xv. 326;
Butler, xix. 124, 317, 320, 321;
Buttevant, 160; Cailey and
Clifton impaling Thorpe, xvi. 1;
Cailly (Cayley), xv. 327, 330, 333;
Calthorpe, xv. 73, 75; xviii. 282;
Canterbury, See of, xviii. 293;
Cardinall, xix. 220a; Castleacre
Priory, xii. 155; Caston, xiii, 235;
xx. 267; Clifford (?), xiii. 301;
Clifton, 324-327, 329,
Cobbes, xix. 124; Cockayn, xi. 325 ;
Corbet, xv. 198; Courtney, xv. 325.
327, 329; Cromwell, xv. 326, 333;
Crouch, xiii. 236; Curson, xi. 76;
Dalling or Illey, xix. 321; Damant
impaling xvii. 188; Deane, xix.
317; De la Pole, xv. 326, 327;
Denver, xii. 11; Despencer, xiii.
300; De Valence, xiv. 328; Dodge,
xi. 73; Driby, xv. 326; Drury,
xi. 73, 76; Edwards, xi. 325; Ellis
(Elys), xvii. 198, 201; Ely, See of,

Armorial Bearings (continued) -

xiv. 67-69; xiv, 325; Felton, xi.
73; Ficklin, xiii. 195; Fincham,
xix. 317, 321; Fitton, xix. 321;
Fitzalan, xii. 155 ; Fitz Hamon,
XV. 325, 326; Fitz Otes, xv. 326;
Five Wounds, xii. 12; Fordham,
xii. 11, 12; France and England,
xii. 147; Garnysh, xviii. 200, 202,
quartering Ramsey, 200; Gerbridge,
xv. 84; Gernon, xiii. 301; Glemham,
xv. 326; Gloucester City, xvii. 251;
Goddard, xii. 11; Gogill, xix. 28;
Goldwell (Bishop), xviii. 290; Gray
of Rythn, xv. 328; Grey, xv. 324,
325, 327, 328; Grocer's Company,
xi. 100, 198; xviii. 297; xix. 2205:
Gurdon, xviii. 37; Gwyn, xiv. 342;
Gygges, xi. 85; Gynney, xv. 326;
Genney, 327; Hales, xiii. 300;
Hastings,
XV.

xvii. 269;
Hastings and Valence,

324;
Hemgrave, xv. 83; Hereford, xv. 325,
326; Herne, xix. 228; Hethersett,
xv. 84; Heydon, xi, 73; Hobart,
xii. 158; Hotman (?), xv.
Howard, xii. 11; xili. 301;
326; xix. 322; Huntingfield, xv.
326;

Illey or Dalling, xix. 321;
Inglethorpe, xix. 322; Ingoldisthorp,
xvi. 318; Jenyson, xi. 83; Johnson,
xvi. 203; Jones of co. Cardigan,
impaling Dawson, xvii. 187; Keldon,
xv. 73-75; Kent, Earl of (Grey),
xv. 328; Kerdeston, xiii. 301; xv.
333; xvi. 1; xix. 322; Kervil, xix.
317, 320; Knyvett (Knevett), xv.
44, 324-327, 329, 333; Layer, xx.
160; Leche, xv. 83; Legge, xiii.
105; Le Gross, xi. 361; Leiston,
xv. 326; Lloyd, xiv. 342; Louvaine,

84; Lovell, xix. 317, 321;
Lowdham, xiii. 194; xv. 65, 73, 75;
Lynne, xv. 324; Maltravers, xii.
156; Manderscheid and Blankenheim,
xv. 341; Martin (Suffolk), xv. 235;
Mautby (?), xv. 84; Mercers' Com-
pany, xiv. 65; xvii. 250; xix. 207,
214-216; Merchant Adventurers, xix.
207, 214-217; Morieux, xiii. 300;
Morley, xix. 322; Narborough, xix.
124, 317; Norwich, Diocese of, xv.
333; Norwich City, Confirmation
of, xvii. 246; xix, 215, 217; Orton,
xiii. 195; xv. 73, 75; Oulton, xi.
73; Oxford, xv. 326; Paston, xv.
83; Peche, xv. 83; Pell impaling
Calthorpe, xviii. 269; Peyver, xv.
84; Plantagenet, xv. 329; Plowden,

XV.

XV.

XV.

XX.

XV.

333;

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Armorial Bearings (continued)-

Pyke, xix. 317; Ramsey of Kenton,
xvii. 200; impaling Elys, 202;
Redvers, xv. 329; Reedham, xiii.
235; xx. 267; Repps, xviii. 45;
Rochford, xii. 11, 12; Rookwood,
xiii. 192; Royal Arms, xii. 155;
Rugge, xiv. 65; St. Andrew, xii.
12;

xviii. 294; St. Catherine,
xviii. 294; St. Clement, xii. 12;
St. Edmund, xix. 5; St. George,
xii. 12; xv. 333; St. Michael,
xviii. 294; St. Paul, xii. 12; St.
Peter, xii. 12; Scales, xii. 11;
xix. 321; Scrope, xv. 84; Shield
of Passion, xii. 12; Shouldham,
xix. 317; Skipp, xviii. 43; Small-
peece, xvi. 203; Somerset, xv. 325,
326; Somerton, xv. 83; Spelman,
xviii. 268; xix. 124; Spencer, xix.
176; Stafford, xv. 327-329; Stafford,
Humphrey, Duke of Buckingham,
xv. 329; Steward, xix. 215, 217;
Stuart, xviii. _20; Suckling, xix.
214, 215, 217; Tatershall (Tateshall),
xv. 326, 330, 333; Thornton, xv.
198; Thorold, xix. 321; Thorp, xv.
333; Thorpe of Geyton, xix. 321;
Tindall, xiii. 195; Tiptoft, xv. 81;
Tyrington, xii. 12; "Upwood, xi.
325; Valence, xv. 328; Wachesam,
xv. 84; Walbode, xii. 11; Walcot,

83; Warren, xii. 147, 155;
Wesenham, xix. 321; Wetherby,
xv. 326, 328, 331; White, xi, 93;
Whytwood, xi. 98; Wilton, xi. 331;
Windham, xv. 84; Woodstoke, xv.
327-329; Wyn, xiv. 342; Yaxley,

xviii. 230
Armorial Bearings on Glass in Old

and New Buckenham Churches (by

Prince F. Duleep Singh), xv. 324-331
- on Buttresses of Tower of Blakeney

Church, xv. 40, 41
of the City of Norwich (by J. T.

Hotblack), xvii. 245-253
-- Glass replaced in New Buckenham

Church, xvi. 1
Armour and Arms: Terms used, Vol.

xiv. 291-294. Acketon, Aventail,
Bacinet, Baculus, Brassarts, Breech
piece, Coters

de fer, Coudiere,
Cutellus, Doublet, Gauntlets, Gun-
arium cum pulvere, Gysarm, Hachia,
Hauberk, Lunett, Paunse de Maille,
Pisan, Pollex, Purpoint, Rerebras,
Surcoat, Spartha, Umbrer, Vantbras,

Wefle, Wyex
Armour, Ancient (Hewitt), quoted,

Armourer, William le, xvi. 192
Arms of the Blessed Sacrament, xvii.

210
- Canting, xi. 73
-Change of Charges, Le Groos

Family, xi. 362
- on Fireplaces in Mannington Hall,

xiv. 326
- Reversed, Curson Brass at

Bylaugh, xi. 76
- on Painted Tabula, Norwich, xiii.

297-302
– Views of, and Array, 14th-cent
Rolls of Norwich for various Letes,
xiv.; Berstrete, 299; Conesford,
295, 316; Conesford sublete, 296;
Mancroft, 302, 316; Over the
Water, 310, 316; Wymer, 305, 312,

314, 316
Armstrong, Rev. B. J., on the Church
and Family of Shelton, xii. 234

reads Paper on Heydon Church,
xiv. (1900 Rep. iii.)

exhibits Panels from a Rood
Screen, xvii. 371
Arnald, Hubert, XX. 287, 306,

and
Richard, 283, 306
Arnold and Osborn, xii. 10

- William, xiii. 51
· Richard, xv. 174; the German, 317

Philip, xvi. 277
- Mr., xix. 53

- (Notts.), xv. 212
Aron, James, xv. 211
Arrayacio explained, xiv. 280, 281
Arrest of Our Lord, Representation

of the, xvii. 212, 213
Art. (Ecclesiastical) Exhibition, Nor.

wich, xii. 358
- Loan Exhibition visited, xv. (1902
Rep. i.)

pro Clero (1584) quoted,
xviii. 80
Artillery (Norwich) in 14th Century,

xvi. 46-75
Arundel and Surrey, Earl of, xii.
178, 186

- Thomas, Earl of, xiii. 158;
xviii. 68
- Philip, Earl of, xii. 196; xx. 31

Thomas, Earl of, xii. 186, 187
- (co. Sussex), xiii. 356; Honour and
Estates, how acquired, xv. 27
- Earls of, Vol. xv. :-(Dr. Albini)
Hugh, 27-29; (Dr. Albini) William,

(Fitzalan) Edmund,
(Fitzalan) Henry, 34; John, 27,
28; Richard, 31, 32; Thomas, 32
William, 33; (Howard) Philip, 35;

XV.

Articuli pro

27;

30;

on

99;

Arundel, Earl of, xiv. 23; and xvi. Ashwicken, xiii. 277; xvii. 105
149

(Ashwetinge), xviii. 101
- MS. 285 quoted, xvii. 232, 240 Church Plate at, xviii. 263, 264
Arych, Nichs., xii. 227

Askeby, xii. 266
Asa, xvii. 215

Askew, xiii. 185
Ascension, Depicted

Norwich Askler, Robert, xix. 158
Tabula, xiii. 306, 328

Aslacton, xii. 270; xvii. 107
— Representation of Scene, after the, - (Ashlacton), xiii. 143, 190
xvii. 207

Church Plate at, xv. 44
Aschefelde Manor in Bichamwell, – Church Tower, Early Windows in,
xviii. 55

xviii. p. xliv.
Ascheman, Robert, xvi. 196

Aslak, John, xv. 189; and Walter,
Asgarthorpe (Thorpe St. Michael), 192
xiii. 150

Aspall, xvii. 129
Asgor, John, xvi. 189

Assartum novum. See Terra Assarta,
Ash Bocking, xvii. 138

Vol. xiv.
-- by Campsey (Asse), College of, Assembly Chamber at Guildhall, Nor.
xvii. 136, 138, 153

wich, Play performed in, xiii. 4
Roger, xiii. 256

Assessment of Norfolk Townships for
Ashborne and Mappleton, xv. 213 Tenths and Fifteenths in 1334
Ashby (Brooke), xvii. 115; Church (Rev. W. Hudson), xii. 243
Plate at,

364;
(Flegg)

- of Ecclesiastical' Property, Basis
(Lothingland) 140

of, xvii. 62
- (by Loddon), xviii. 93; Ashbye Asshwell, Reginald de, xvi. 71

(by Acle), 95; (Norfolk), xix. 186 Assington, xvii. 134
Ashcroft, John, xiv. 49

Asswell, Reginald de, xvi. 65
Ashebye, xiii. 52, 169

Assize of Bread taken at Yarmouth,
Asheton, Anne and Nicholas, xviii. xiv. 89
229

Astell (Ash) boards, xv. 167, 171, 179
Ashewetinge (Ashwicken), xviii. 101 Asthrith, xiii. 99
Ashfield, xiv. 44

Astle, Mr., xv. 259, 260, 262-265;
(Blackburn), xvii. 128, 152

and Thomas, 253
(Claydon), xvii. 138

Astley, Hobart, xii. 160
Ashforth, George, xvii. 169

- Sir Isaac, xiii. 272, 273, 278; Sir
Ashill, xiii. 247; xvii. 101; xviii. 97 Jacob and Dame Bridgett, 278
Church Plate at, xvi. 32

Rev. H. J. D., reports discoveries
Ashley, xvii. 130

at East Rudham Church, xiv. 344;
-- Colonel Sir Edward, xiv. 334

(1899 Rep. i.)
- Thomas, xx. 23

Briefs re-
Ashmanhaugh, Transcript of Register corded in the Syderstone Parish
of, xi. 365

Register, xiv. (1900 Rep. ii.)
- xiii. 164; xvii. 110

exhibits seal found at Tatter-
Ashmolean MS. 751 quoted, xvii. 231, ford, xv. 350
232, 234, 237, 238; Catalogue of,

on Syderstone Registers, xv.
237

196-226
Ashmonhagh (Norfolk), xv. 243

reads notes on Antoninus' 9th
Ashton, xv. 209

Iter. xvi. (1905 Rep. i.)
Ashwell, Thos., xiii. 270, 274

on Norman Fonts in North.
- John and Thomas, xviii. 87, 151 West Norfolk, xvi. 97-124
- (Herts.), Inscription in Church at,

describes East Rudham
xx. 147-149

Church, xvii. (1909 Rep. iii.)
Ashwellthorpe, xiii. 65, 76, 126, 130,

edits Memorials of Old
133, 156, 158, 163, 164, 168, 249 ; Norfolk, xvii. (1907 Rep. ii.)
xvii. 108; xviii. 92

on the Ninth Iter. of Anto.
– xiv. 129, and Effigy of Joan de ninus, &c., xvii. 1-30
Thorpe (c. 1420) at, 245

Assistant Editor
- xv. Church Plate, 44; Sub-manor xix. (1915 Proceedings ii.).
of, 268

---xx 320; (Rep. xvii., xxxiv.,

- reads paper

on

pro tem.

106;

38;

.

Astley, B. (widow), xvi. 244

atte Hythe, Margery, xx. 213, 214
- Barbara, xvii. 181; Dr. Herbert, Ralph, xx. 213, 214
181

William, xx. 213
(Dean), xix. 91; Thomas, 224

Lane, Thomas, xiv. 306
Astye, Margerie, xiii. 175

William, xiv. 290
Aswarby, (Lincs.), xv. 224

Medwe, William, xiv, 32
Atdam, John, xiii. 73; Martine, 189 Mere, John, xix, 204, 205
Ate Grene, Richard, xiv. 37

Moer, John, xvi. 65, 73
- Hyl (del Hel), Robert, xiv. 48 Mor, Thomas, xiv, 308
- Milne, Ralph, xiv. 36

Nab, Clement, xvi. 67
· William, xiv. 37

- Pit, Alice, xx. 284, 306
Wro, John, xiv. 43

Ston, William, xvi. 196
Atfenn, Thomas, xiii. 261

Strete, Thomas, xiv. 308
- Abraham, xviii. 151

- John, xvi. 191
Athel Johannes, xiv. 317. See also -- Tomblond, Thomas Barbour, xiv.
Atte Hill, ate Hyl, &c.

308
Athelington, xvii. 139

Tounesende. See Tounezende, Vol.
Athelwald, Edmond, xiii,

xiv.
Richard, 105, 107; Thomas, 106, - Wain, Nicholas, xvi. 194
107

- Water. See Water, Vol. xiv.
Atherton, Edward, xvi. 232

- Alicia, xiv. 27; Andrew, 27;
Atheythe, Adam, xix. 24

Geoffrey,

Nicholaus, 307;
Athill, Family of, xi. 77

Walter, 27; William, 11, 12, 32,
- James, jun., xiii. 248

35, 39
Athills-once owned Foulsham Hall, Geoffrey, xvi. 192
xvi. 94

Watir, Nicholas, xvi. 63
Athol, Countess of, xix. 283

Welle, John, xx. 307, 308
Athow, Wingfeild, xiii. 187

Attelbrigge, William de, xvi. 188
Atkine, xviii. 153

Attelburgh, xii. 278
Atkins, John, xviii. 158

Attelebrugge, Roger de, xvi. 190
Atkinson, Mr. T. D., Paper Attempts to Suppress Players, xiii,

Swannington Church, xii. (1896 15-17
Rep. iii.)
on the Old Bridge at Attle Attilburgh

de, xiv. 303
bridge, xviii. 295-298

Attire (tire), its meaning, xiv. 262
Thomas, xviii, 87, 97, 103, 104; Attleborough, xvii. 121; Chalice at,
William, 90

165; Church Plate at, 166, 167
Atkyns, Isabel, xiv. 188

– Church visited, xix. (1916 Pro-
Frances, xvi. 251

ceedings xviii.)
Atmeare, Thos., xiii. 67

- xviii. 59, 88
Atrebates, Tribe of the, xvii. 20, 21 Attlebridge, Church Plate at, xvi. 258
atte Bek, John, xx. 207

– xvii. 93, 198
- Brigg, Johannes, xiv. 314

- Old Bridge destroyed, xviii., xlvi.,
Brigge, Simon, xx. 205

xlix. Also 295-298
Cherche, Genicla, xiv. 45

(Attlebrigg), xviii. 93
Chirch, Nicholas, xiii. 106

Attlebrigge, xii. 67
- Chirche, Richard, xvi. 194

Attleburgh, or Attleborough, xiii. 59,
- Falgate, Thomas, xiv. 24, 30

71, 73, 84, 90, 91, 169, 181, 182, 276
Gate, Geoffrey, xvi. 193

- John, xix, 77, 103
Greene, Emma, xiv. 27

Attwood, John, xiii. 61, 63
Gren, Johannes, xiv. 311

Catherine, xix. 225; George D.
- Grene, John, xiv. 26; xvi. 191 and Henry A. S., 225
Agnes, xiv. 28

Atwood, Clement, xviii. 160
- Hel, Robert, xiv. 51

Aubry, Alicia and Emma, xiv. 37
- Herne, Peter, xiv. 51

- William, xiv. 48; son of Robert
Geoffrey, xi 24

(de Langham), 49; William, jun.,
- Hythe, Alan, xx. 213

of Langham, 44; and William, sen.,
Andrew, XX. 213, 214

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