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260

A.

Allington' and 'Halleystone' parishes,

list of papists in, in 1715, 111
A F, silversmith's mark, 259; with Aln, Twyford on, 88
mullet below, 267

Alnham communion cup, 260
AHL
}silversmiths' marks, 259

Alnwick, Lord Surrey at, 7, 356
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Alnwick abbey founded, 300; abbot of,
A I, silversmith's initials, 263

116
A S linked, silversmith's mark, 263 Alston communion vessel, 259
Aballara Papcastle, 326

Alwinton parish, ancient farms in, 153
Aberbrothick, abbey of, 177, 181, 183 Alwinton communion cup and flagon,
Abercromby, Robert, silversmith, 265
Aberdeen, King's College chapel at, 392 Amble, ancient farms in, 154
Acklington, ancient farms in, 154 Amsterdam, a Hanse town, 217
Acre, customary, 126

Ancient Armour, Meyrick, 445
Acta Sanctorum, 82

Ancient farms of Northumberland, 121
Acton, lands at, 297

Ancroft communion plate, 262
Adamson family, 173-175

Anderson, Abraham, Newcastle gold-
Adamson, Rev. C. E., on the manor of smith, 425

Haltwhistle, 162 ; on church of, 177 Anderson, Francis, of Howdon Pans,
Adamson, Horatio A., 274; account of 401 ; a member of Newcastle gold-
· Sparrow Hall,' Cullercoats, 285

smiths' company, 400; a confec-
Adamson, John, 172

tioner, 400; petition to mayor, 401
Addingham, Yorkshire, 356

Anecdote of duke of Cumberland and
Adrian IV., a bull of, 268

Ralph Carr, 453
Aesica, 91

Angerton, High and Low, ancient farms
‘Æhse' or 'Echse,' probably Aesica, 91 in, 153; terrier, 153
Agricultural Communities of the Angus left Scottish army before battle
Middle Ages, 124n

of Flodden, 5n
Agriculture, township organization of, Animal's head erased, silversmith mark,
ascribed to Romans, 123

263
Aidan, St., at Haltwhistle, 181, 185 Anklam, one of the Hanse towns, 217
Aidan's well at Bamburgh, 185

Annales Cambriae, quoted, 86 n
Ainslie, John, captain of Norham, 355n Anne of Brittany and James IV., 4
Airey family, the, 194

Annual reports, i, xxi
Airey, John, 194; committed to gaol Antiquaries,' ' Death and the, 123n

for refusing to take oath of allegiance, Apostolic emblems on medieval cross,
194

46
Airey, Henry, 280, 455

Apperley, appropriation, etc., of church
Airey, Joseph, partner in Old Bank, of, given to Blanchland, 297

455; bank at the residence of, 455; Appleby, Elizabethan cup at, 256
died, 456

Arbroath, abbey of, 177, 181, 183
Airey, Thomas, 280, 455

Archaeologia referred to, 443n
Airey, Miss J. P., 455

Archaeologia Aeliana, 110, 297, 351n,
Aiskell, Henry, attorney, Middle street, 361n, 3721, 457
Newcastle, 470

Archaeologist, The Illustrated, referred
Aletasters, 58; oath, 68

to, 327n
Alfrid, king, 90

Archaeological Journal, 121n
Alleine, Jonathan, silversmith, 265 Archaic method of cultivating common
Allendale, Rev. R. Patten priest of, 98 fields, 139
Allendale town, communion plate of, 261 Argyle, earl of, at Flodden, 28; slain,
Allenson, John, 194

31, 370

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Arkle, Thomas, 133 ; affidavit of, as to

ancient farms in Elsdon, 154
Arins of Rhodes and Thornton on Sedge-

field bell, 392; of Burdon, Sedgefield

church, 394
Armstrong, H., curate of Slaley, 342
Arnheim, one of the Hanse towns. 217
Arnold's close, Cullercoats, 275, 282
Arras, MS. life of St. Cuthbert at, 83
Arte of Warre,' the, 364n
Arthur, King, and the round table, 300
Ashley's Economic History, 122n, 123n
Askew, 459
Assay office, Newcastle, re-established,

403; attempts to abolish, 408; James
Clephan on, 409; discontinuance of

the, 409
Astallo Astalli, cardinal priest of S.

Prisca, 271
Aston and Cote, Oxfordshire, manor of,

fishing rights of tenants, 130
Atkinson, John, of Cullercoats, 285
Atkinson, William, silversmith, 264; of

Lowlights, 290; Eleanor, wife of, 290
Attorney-General v Trevelyan, 141
Aubigny in France, Roman tombstone

at, 325
Aubone, Thomas, 469
Auckland, Bishop (see Bishop Auck-

land); castle, communion cup, 264
Auckland St. Helens, patens, 265, 266;

Bain's Record Book, 350
Bainbridge, Cardinal, 353
Bakers of Elemore hall, county Dur.

ham, held manor of Bolbeck, 297
Baker, Hedley, & Co., 461
Baker, John, Newcastle goldsmith,

400; Valentine, Newcastle gold-

smiths, 400
Balance sheets of Old Bank,' 458, 459
Baldhelm, Sibba's servant, cured by St.

Cuthbert, 89
Balista,' 450
• Balks’ of unploughed turf, 125
Ballad of Flodden Field, The, 3, 354
Baltic, attempt to close, against Eng-

lish, 235
Bamburgh, 90; and Tynemouth, men

of, fled from Flodden tield, 26, 366
Bank of England, 460; branch, estab-

lished in Newcastle, 463
Bank, first provincial, at Newcastle, 452
Banks of Baker, Hedley, & Co., 461 ;

Batson & Co., 462 ; Davison-Bland
& Co., 460; Lambton & Co., 460,
461, 462; Loraine, Baker, & Co.,
462, 463; Reed & Co., 462 ; Surtees,

Burdon, & Co., 461, 462
Bank, Northumberland and Durham

District, 463, 464
* Bank, Old,' 452; first partners in, 455;

small capital of, 455; advertise-
ments regarding, 455; issues notes,
455; change of premises, 455; in
Silver street, 456; balance sheets
of, 458, 459; note circulation of, 458;
changes of partnership, 456, 457,
458, 460, 461, 462, 463 ; changes of
title, 456, 457, 460, 461, 462, 463 ;
joins Northumberland and Durham
District, 463; transfers money, bills,
etc., 464; note issue withdrawn, 464;
circulation confined to notes of Bank

of England, 464
Bankers, country, meeting of, 459
* Bankers and dealers in exchange,'

partners in Old Bank'were, 455, 456
Banking, Lawson's History of, 456
Banks, Newcastle, all suspend payment,

461
Barber and Whitwell, York silver-

smiths, 265
Barinoor, 18; and Twizell, distance

between, 19n; wood, Surrey, en-

camped at, 359
Barnard Castle communion plate, 264 ;

cup, 266; salver, 267
Barnes, Ambrose, 190 et seq.; Mrs.,

470
Barnett, Hudson, curate of Blanchland,

305

cup, 267

Augsburg, Ford communion cup of, 262
Aula' of Romans, 125
Aussi, M. d’, landing at Dumbarton,

355, 364 et seq.
Austold, James, Newcastle goldsmith,

400
Austria, Catholics of Greek rite in,

keep Easter according to Eastern

calendar, 86n
Aycliffe church, 387; communion cup,

265 ; paten, 264
Aynsley, Robert, apprentice to New-

castle goldsmiths' company, 439;
not admitted on account of embezzle-
ment, 439

B.
B, C, silversmiths'initials, 263 ; linked,

259
B, R, silversmiths' initials, 263
B, W, with fleur de lis below, silver-

smiths' mark, 263
B, W and I B, Newcastle silversmiths'

marks, 260
Backworth, ancient farms in, 152;

number of farms in, 135
Bacon's Liber Regis, 380n
Bailes, Thomas, 281

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Barrasford, ancient farms in, 154
Barton, Andrew, a Scottish sailor,

killed by Sir Thomas and Sir

Edward Howard, 4n, 15
Bateman, Hester, silversmith, 265
Bates, C. J., on names of persons, etc.,

in early lives of St. Cuthbert, 81;
erected roadside cross between Hay-
don Bridge and Langley castle, 94;
on Flodden field, 351; on a for-
gotten reference to Roman mile

castles, 447
Bateson, Edward, · Notes of a journey

from Oxford to Embleton and back

in 1461,' 113
Bath, 454, 455; Roman inscription

temp. Severus Alexander, 160
Batson & Co., 462
Batty, Francis, Newcastle goldsmith,

260, 400; and others, petition to

Parliament from, 403
Batty, Francis, the younger, New-

Benwell, fishings and mills, 130 ; 'Gore

Flatt' at, 128 ; customary farms at,

142; Roman inscribed slab from, 323
Bergen, vassal of Hanseatic League,

219
Berkeley, Maurice, slain at Flodden, 34
Berlin, one of the Hanse towns, 217
Bernardo, cardinal priest, 271
Berrington, John Clavering of, 102
Berwick, 452; body of Scottish king

brought to, 34; recovery of by
English in 1482, 358; communion

plate of, 260, 261
Berwick Naturalists' Club, Proceedings

of, quoted, in
Besse's Sufferings of the Quakers, 190
• Bessie wi’ the braid apron,' 13
Beverley, charter granted to, 213; gild

of St. Elene at, 54n
Bewick, Mr., 467, 470
Bickers, Christopher, 194
Bickerton, ancient farms in, 153
Biddleston, Selbys of, 96
Bielefeld, one of the Hanse towns, 217
Bigge, 459; Charles John, son of

Charles William, joined bank, 463;
appointed director of District Bank,

and was a large shareholder, 464
Bigge, Charles William, joined bank,

462 ; large shareholder in District

Bank, 464
Bigge, Thomas Hanway, brother of

Charles Wm., joined bank, 462; died,

463
Billingham communion cup, 265
Billings Durham Antiquities, 395
Billy Mill Moor, division of, 154
Bilton, Eli, apprentice to Newcastle

Goldsmiths' Company, 437; member

of company, 260, 266, 400, et seq.
Bird, Rev. Christopher, affidavit of as

to ancient farms in Chollerton, 154
Birdoswald, 80
Birling, ancient farms in, 154
Birmingham, London Goldsmiths' Com-

pany opposed establishment of assay

office at, 406
Birtley communion cup, 261
Bishop Auckland communion cups, etc.,

261, 266
Bishop Middleham communion cup,

etc., 265
Bishopton communion cup and cover,

267
Bishopwearmouth church, Elizabethan

cup at, 254, 256 ; secular cup at, 263;
communion cup, etc., 264; flagons,

266; cup and cover, 267
Black Prince, The, mortgaged Cornwall

tin mines, 232

castle goldsmith, 260, 405
Bavington, Shaftos of, 99; John, 102
Bayley, Richard, silversmith, 259, 264
Baynes, John, Newcastle goldsmith,

400 et seq.
Beadnell communion cups, 259, 261
Beaumont, Lewis, bishop of Durham, 298
Beckett, Thomas à, 181n
Bede, Vita Cuthberti, quoted 78n
* Bedesfeld,' a settlement granted to

nuns by St. Cuthbert, 90
Bedlington communion cup, 260
Bedrule, Roxburghshire, 90n
Bedshield, foot of Lammermuirs, 90
Beilby, William, a Durham goldsmith,

267
Beilby and Bewick, engravers, 467
Belford communion cup, 261
· Bell the Cat,' un
Bell, John, entered in Newcastle gold-

smith company's books, 440
Bell, Matthew, & Co., 469
Bell, Matthew, I., partner in Old Bank,

455, 456, 457; died, 460; letter

from, to Ralph Carr, 466
Bell, Matthew, II., grandson of former,

partner in Old Bank, 461; retired,

462
Bell's Rhymes of Northern Bards, 110
Bellingham, Mw. Robson of, 103
Bellingham communion cup, 260
Bellister, 162
Bellows, a pair of, silversmith's mark,

263
Beltingham chape), 185
Bek, Anthony, bishop of Durham, 163
Benevento, 2681
Benton, Long, communion plate, 261

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Blacketts, the, holders of great tithes at

Haltwhistle, 184, 187
Blackett, Thomas, of Sedgefield, ap-

prentice to Newcastle Goldsmiths'
Company, 439
Blackett, Sir W., 406
• Black Bull’Inn, Rothbury, inscription

on jamb of fireplace, 95
Blackenall, Wm., English master gunner

at Flodden, 369
Black Gate museum, fragments of

painted glass presented to, 48
Blakey, Dr. Robert, of Morpeth, 377;

Memoirs of, 377n
Blanchland: by the rev.

Anthony John-
son, 295; part of Bywell St. Andrew
parish, 295; Hutchinson's description
of, 295; founded by Walter de Bol-
beck, 296; dedicated to Virgin, 296 ;
Premonstratensian canons at, 296;
appropriations, etc., of churches of
Harlow, Bywell, Styford, Shotley,
and Apperley given to, 297; tithes
of Wulwardhope, 297 ; had property
at Acton, Bolam, Stanhope, and Wol.
singham, 297; Nevilles, benefactors,
297; John de Torrington and Paga-
nus de Caducis, 297; king John con-
firms all benefactions, 297; abbot
summoned to parliament, 298; church
of Bolam appr riated to, 298; at
dissolution of fourteen brethren, 299;
dissolution and refoundation of,
301; granted to John Belloe and
John Broxholm, 301; purchased by
lord Crewe, 302; dimensions of
church, 302; ancient painted glass
in, 303; medieval grave covers, 303 ;
register, extracts from, 304 ; church-
yard cross, 304; communion plate of,
261, 304; bell, 305; vicars and
curates, 305; memorial of Robert
Harrison, 310; terrier of lands, etc.,

311
Blyth, co. Northumberland, communion

plate, 261; co. Notts, 115
Blyth, Thomas, of Rennington, 372
Blythman, of Gateshead and Westoe, 175
Blenkinsopp grave cover, 178
Bolam communion plate, 259, 262;

property belonging to Blanchland

abbey at, 297
Bolbeck : common, 295; barony of,

Bolbeck, sir Hugh de, 296; daughters,

Alice married Walter de Huntercomb,
296; Maud, Hugh, baron Delaval,
296; Margery, Nicholas Corbet, 296;
secondly, Ralph, son of William, lord
Greystock, 296; Philippa, Roger de
Lancaster, 296; John de, 296;

Walter de, 349
Boldon Buke, 127, 379
Boldon, Quaker burial ground at, 189;

burials in Christopher Trewhitt's
orchard, 201; communion plate of,

266, 267; villani in, 127
Boleyn, Ann, 11
Bollandists' Acta Sanctorum, 82
Bolsward, one of the Hanse towns, 217
Bolton: abbey, 356; in Glendale, lord

Surrey at, 15; his march to, 357;

communion plate of, 260
Bonadies de Bonadie, cardinal deacon

of St. Angelo, 271
Bonner Jahrbücher referred to, 322
Boon days, 136 ; rent paid by tenants

of Tynemouth manor, 134; work,

145
Boothe, sir John, 2, 367; slain at

Flodden, 34
Border Holds quoted, 145n, 356

296; in crown, 1569, when survey
made, 296; Henry Widderington
holder, 297; Bakers of Elemore
hall, 297; sold by George Baker
to George Silvertop, 297; Bywell
and, survey of baronies of, 144;
Slaley belonged to barony of, 339

seq.
Bornhoved, victory of, 214
Borthwick, Robert, master gunner to

James IV., 21, 22, 26, 356; cast gun

• The Seven Sisters,' 5
Boston, a steelyard at, 222
Bosworth, field of, 10, 358
Bothal communion plate, 259, 261 ;

parish, ancient farms in, 152
Bothwell, earl of, at Flodden, 28, 365 ;

Scottish reserve under, 32
Bourne, 132
Bovate, 127
Bowen, lord justice, 144
Bower, Hannah, 171 ; John, 172 ;

Leonard, 171; Robert, 172, 173; see

pedigree, 175
Bowes and Ellerker, survey, 89n
Boyd, Robert, son of William, joined

bank, 463; appointed director of Dis-
trict bank, and was a large share-

holder, 464
Boyd, William, of Benton, 462; joined

bank, 462; manuscript of, 463, 467;
large shareholder in District bank,

464, 470
Boyle, J. R., on the goldsmiths of New-

castle, 397 ; Vestiges of Old Newcastle,

etc., 3921
Brampton, camp near, 337
Brancepeth church, 393
Brand, historian of Newcastle, 131

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Burdett-Coutts, baroness, portrait in

possession of, 454
Burdon, arms of, 394
Burdon, Thomas, 375n
Burial grounds, Notes on some forgot-

ten, 189

Brandenburg, one of the Hanse towns,

217
Brankston, 19; situation of, 24; church

of, 27, 352, 371; vicarage, 28; moor,
battle of, 351 ; hill, Scottish artillery

removed to, 365
Branx bridge, 24, 362
Brasses, Sedgefield church, 390
Brauensberg, one of the Hanse towns,

217
Bread, weighing of, 57, 58
Bremen, 216; one of the Hanse towns,

217
Breslau, one of the Hanse towns, 217
Brewer's Reign of Henry VIII., 10
Bridges, Roman, across the North Tyne,

328; the Rede, 336
Briel, one of the Hanse towns, 217
Brignall, Thomas, of whickham, 197
Brind, Henry, silversmith, 265
Britannia, Camden's, 448
British, Ancient, objects discovered in

the vallnm, 338; camp, 442 ; sword,

442
Brotherwick, ancient farms in, 154
Brough, Richard, and others, lease to,

to get freestone at Cullercoats, 285
Broughton, John Murray of, 98
Brown, justice Anthony, 133; A.,

curate of Slaley and perpetual curate
of Whitley chapel, 342; Israel, of

South Shields, 290
Bruce, Rev. Dr., death of, i.; Wallet

Book, 331
Bruce, David, partner with George

Campbell, 454
Brunanburh, song of, 366
Brunswick, one of the Hanse towns, 217
Brus, Robert de, 162, 181; Isabel his

widow, 162, 181
Brummell, Francis, of Morpeth, 133
Brutte, Nicholas, Newcastle goldsmith,

400
Buchanan, George, account of battle of

Flodden, 3
Buckle, J., of York, silversmith, 259 ;

Stephen, son of Joseph of York,
apprentice to Newcastle goldsmiths'

company, 439
Buda, siege of, 108
Bullers Green, Morpeth, fair pro-

claimed at, 57
Bullman, George, apprentice to New-

Burradon (Alwinton), ancient farms in,

152, 153
Burrell, Thomas, Ann, Mary, of Broom

Park, 171
Burton Agnes, Yorkshire, common fields

of, 130
‘Bushell, A Cockle Parke,' 191
Busselborch, Dyrik, letter of, concerning

Hansa, 225
Buston, John, of North Shields, 290;

gravestone of, 278; Isabel, his wife,
275, 290; Elizabeth, his daughter,
278, 290; Thomas, 148; of North
Shields, 290; Temperance, wife of,

290
Buston, High, 148; tenants of, 142;

Demans and, ancient farms in, 154
Buston, Low, 101 ; Spittle and, ancient

farms in, 154
‘Butts,' strips abutting on river, etc.,

128
Butty, Francis, and N. Dumée, silver-

smiths, 265
Buxtehude, one of the Hanse towns,

217
Bywell St. Andrew parish, Blanchland
formerly part of, 295; appropriation,

etc. of, given to Blanchland, 297
Bywell and Bolbeck, survey of baronies

of, 144 ; of 1569, 151

C.
C B linked, silversmith's mark, 259, 263
CM, silversmith's mark, 264
Caducis, Paganus de, benefactor to

Blanchland abbey, 297
Calais, the earl of Warwick governor of,

235
Calcraft, 454
Calendar of State Papers, 2, 6n, 28,

29n, 34 and n, 36
Callaly, Claverings of, 96; papists at,

castle goldsmiths' company, 438;

member, 425 et seq.
Bulmer, sir Wm., 7; at Flodden, 27,

355 ; overtook Alexander Home, 9;
sheriff of Durham, 12; commands
troops of bishop and bears banner of
St. Cuthbert, 12

in 1715, 112; castle, old chalice

formerly at, 254
Callard, Isaac, silversmith, 265
Cambo, Elizabethan communion cup at,

256n, 259
Camden's Britannia, 448
Cammerlane, Robert and Richard, trad-

ing monopoly in steel granted to, 243
Campbell, Alexander, Newcastle, gold-

smith, 411
Campbell & Coutts, 454

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