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Etherstone, Thomas Forster, jun., of,

102
Eubank, Richard, 192 ; cited in arch-

deacon's court for being a Quaker,

193 ; death of, 193
Examford on Tweed, 89
Exchequer accounts, 354

F.

F, A, silversmith's mark, 259; mullet,

below, 267
F, I, silversmith's mark, 259
FR, silversmith's mark, 264
Fair at Haltwhistle, 162, 169, 176
Falls, Charles, 458; Robert, 458
Falstone communion cup, 260
*Farm,' meaning of word, 133, 155; or

• farmhold’in counties Northumber-

land and Durham, 127
Farms, the ancient, of Northumber-

land, 121; church rates to be paid

by, 134
Farming, Landmarks of, 125n
Farne Island, St. Cuthbert retired to,

88
Farnelaw, ancient farms in, 153
Farnham, Richard de, architect of Nine

Altars Durham, 385 ; occurs in deed,

385
Farnham, bishop Nicholas de, of Dur.

ham, 384
Fawcett, 459
Fawkes, Richard, account of Flodden,

353
Featherstonhaugh, Alexander and Al.

bany, 165
Fearon, Thomas, of South Shields, salt

merchant, 286 and n, 289; settle-
ment, 286n; married Barbara Dove,

287; burial of, 290; of wife, 290
Federer, C. A., edition of Ballad of

Fiodilen Field, 4n
Fenwick, Edward, of Stanton, 95 ; sir

John of Wallington, 96 ; knife and
fork of, 96 ; his horse 'Sorel,' 96 ;

William, 194
Ferry Shields, 169
Field names, Blanchland, 301 ; at Halt-

whistle, 166, 167, 173 ; at Sedgefield,

379
Fields, Common, Scrutton on, 122n
Fishburn, manor mill of, 379
Fisher, Moses, 194
Fishing rights of manor tenants of

Aston and Cote, Oxfordshire, 130;

Fleming, William, silversmith, 259
Flesh- and fish-lookers, 58 ; oath of, 68
Flight of men of Tynemouth and Bam.

borough at Flodden, 26
Flodden, the battle of, 1, 351; or more

strictly ‘Brankston Moor,' 351 ;
James IV. encamped on heights of,
16; order of the fight, 26; beginning
of battle, 29 ; Dacre's charge, 30;
defeat of English right, 30; battle
in centre, 31 ; king of Scots standard
bearer slain, 32 ; archbishop of St.
Andrews slain, 33; estimate of num-
ber of slain, 33 ; effects of the battle,
37 ; flight of men of Tynemouth
and Bamburgh at Flodden, 26, 366 ;
Robert Borthwick, master gunner,
26; account of battle of, in Record
Office, 26n; commanders at, 26, 27;
plan of battle facing 28; results of
battle, 31n ; bishop Ruthal's letters
concerning, 36; about last engage-
ment in which yew-tree bow used, 37;
a 'soldier's battle,' 38; last border
battle, 38; on identification of site
of battle, 44; well of Sybil Grey,
44; Robert White on, 351; rev.
A. Jones on, 351; ballads on, 354;
letter to court of Denmark, 354;
Paolo Giovio's account of, 354; list of
Craven contingent at, 356 ; strength
of armies at, 357; battle array of
Scots at, 363; alarm of the English,
365 ; death of earl of Crawford, 367;
pursuit of Scots, 368; route of
Edmund Howard's division, 368;
William Blackenall, English master

gunner, 369

Flodden Field, The Ballads of, 3, 354;

Weber's edition, 3n
Flotterton, ancient farms in, 153
Folklore, Napier's, quoted, 57n
Ford, 37; bridge, 356; castle taken and

set on fire by the Scots, 7, 355;
head-quarters of James IV., 7, 355 ;
dame Elizabeth Heron, 356; request
to Scottish king not to overthrow,
15; negotiations respecting preserva-
tion of, 357; dismantled, 42; church,

communion cup, 262
Forgery, by Jameson, 466; by Lough,

467, 470
Fornan, Adam, king of Scotland's

standard bearer, 32
Forster, Thomas, affidavit of, as to

ancient farms in Netherwitton, 153 ;
jun., of Etherstone, 102 ; William,
of Burradon, 153; affidavit of, relat-

ing to ancient farms in Alwinton, 153
Fossour, prior, 391

on Tyne, 130
Fitzwilliam, Thomas, 367
Flamborough church, inscription in,

357n

VOL. XVI.

J 3

6

Fletcher, Thomas, apprentice to New-

castle goldsmiths' company, 439
Fountains : abbey, choir of, 382 ; Nine

Altars at, built by John of Kent, 382;
abbots of, 382, 383 ; Monograph

on the Abbey of, 382
Four days for a letter to travel between

London and Newcastle by post,

453
Four miles an hour, rate of travelling

by stage-waggon, 453
Fowler, rev. J. T., F.S.A., on medieval

· cross at Middleton St. George, 45
Foster, Joseph, of Low Buston,

101
Fox, bishop of Durham, 355 ; George,

founder of Quakers, 275; MS.
journal of, 289; Mordecai, silver-

smith, 259, 265
· Fox and Lamb,' Newcastle, 373 ;

drawing of by G. B. Richar:ison,
375 ; owners of, 375, 376; carriers

from, 376
France, study of customs of ancient

communities. 123
Frankfort, a Hanse town, 217
Free communities, 122
French, Edward, apprentice to New-

castle goldsmiths' company, 439
French, Jonathan, Newcastle gold-

smith, 260, 266, 415, et seq.; John,
apprentice to Newcastle goldsmiths'

company, 438
Frendon hill, 337
Friends, forgotten burial grounds of

Society of, 274
Froissart, 300
Frost, John, of North Shields, formerly

of Burlington, 279 ; · Doratha,' wife

of, gravestone of, 279, 290
Funeral monuments, Weever's, 360n,

3621,
Furlongs, etc., 125

Gateshead, Quaker burial ground at,

189 ; early Quakerism in, 190;
recusants, 194; St. Edmund's, 268;
St. Mary's communion eups, etc., 261,
266 ; paten, etc., 265; flagons, 266 ;

flagon, etc.. 267
Gauls, the fifth cohort of, at South

Shields, 157 ; in Pannonia, at Cra-

mond, etc., 158
Gazette of battle of Flodden, 2, 31, 33,

352
Gelasius II., pope, 299
Gerardo, cardinal priest of St. Stefano,

271
Germany, the Limes Imperii in, xxii;

study of customs of ancient commu-
nities started in, 123; common land
in, divided by lot, 140; English mer-

chants, notice to quit, 243
Giacinto Bobone Orsini, cardinal deacon,

271
Gibson, George, brother of Thomas,

joined bank, 462; died, 462 ; John,
vicar of Blanchland, 306; Thomas,

joined • Old Bank,' 457; died, 463
Gilbert, lord of Grindon, 162
Gildas, and the Roman Wall, 451
Gill, Edward, apprentice to Newcastle

goldsmith company, 439; member,
425 et seq.; Thomas, son of, entered
in Newcastle goldsmiths' company,

440
Gillaspie, Peter, vicar of Slaley, 342
Gilpin, Thomas, silversmith, 265; B.,

287; Mrs., 287
Giovanni, cardinal deacon of SS. Sergius

and Bacchus, 271
Giovanni da Mercone, cardinal priest of

S. Silvestro, etc., 272
Giovio, Paolo, account of Flodden, 354,

G.

360n
Glanton, old chalice at Roman Catholic

church at, 254
Glass (painted), see painted glass
Glyn, 458 ; John, 35, 352
Göttingen, a Hanse town, 218
Gold, light and defaced, received at the

bank, 465
Goldsmiths, bankers originally, 454
Goldsmiths of Newcastle, the, 397;

marks on plate, 397; assay books,
397; history of the company, 398;
first allusion to, 398; original charter
of incorporation. 399; nanuscripts
of, 400; names of members, 400 đ
seq.; Morden tower granted to, 402;
first gold plate assayed, 408;
brotherly words,' 415 et seq.; ap-
prentices marrying, 415; head meet.
ing days, 413 et seg.; assay otace

G G, silversmith's mark, 263, 264
G, T, silversmith's mark, 264
G, W. silversmith's mark, 264
Gabiae, Vatronae, 322
Gadebusch, 214
Gaiuford church, 381 ; communion

cups, 263, 266 ; paten, 265
Gardelegen, a Hanse town, 218
Garmangabis,' Roman altar to goddess,

313
Garrard and Johnson, wardens of

London goldsmiths' company, 408
Garthorne, Francis, silversmith, 259,

264; George, silversmith, 259

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Grindon, Gilbert, lord of, 162; Hugh,

lord of, 162
Gröningen, 216; a Hanse town, 218
Grundy, W., silversmith, 265
Guarantee, original sheets, 462
Gurley, George Marshall, vicar of

Blanchland, 386
Guido, cardinal deacon, 271
Guilds, Morpeth. 52
Guise, major-general, 452
Gunnerton, ancient farms in, 154

H.

Goldsmiths-continued.

re-established, 403 ; attempt to
abolish, 408 ; quantity of silver
assayed, 409; discontinuance of the
assay, 409; extracts from minute
book, 411-440; apprentices, 415; list
of, 437-440; plates bearing marks,
398, 409; claim to use hall of
plumbers' company, 421; Mark Grey
Nicholson appointed assay master,
421; penalty on stewards not attend.
ing guilds, 426; subscription to free-
man's plate, 429 et seq.; William Carr
of St. Helens Auckland admitted to
company, 432; plate not belonging
to freemen not to be assayed, 434;

contribution towards intirmary, 436
Gollnow, a Hanse town, 218
Gomme's Literature of Local Insti-

tutions, 121n; Village Cominunities,

130
Goodrick, John, apprentice to New.

castle goldsmiths' company, 410;

admitted, 437
Gordian III., name of, erased from

Roman altar, 322; also erased from
milestone between Carnuntuin and

Vienna, 3221
Gordon, Alexander, commander of

Scottish left at Flodden, 261; general,

and Khartoum, 35
.Gores,' tapered strips, 128
Goslar, a Hanse town, 218
Gower, sir John, 2; slain at Flodden, 34
Grantchester, 114
Graham, major, deputy-governor of

Tynemouth castle, 274
Grantham, 115
Granville, Dennis, rector of Sedgefield,

H, A, and W W, silversmiths' mark,

259
H, I, with star above, silversmith's

mark, 262
H, N. linked, silversmith's mark, 267;

and with 5 fleurs de lis, 267
H, S, silversmith's mark, 263
H W, silversmith's mark, 259, 263
Haddock, Zephaniah, 281 ; burial of,

290; Margaret, daughter of, 281,
290; married Eleanor Dove, 286 ;
burial of, 290 ; bought mansion at
Cullercoats, 286; William, son of,
290; Eleanor, daughter of, 290 ;
Zephaniah, son of, 290
Hadrian, squib on the emperor, 451
Hadstone, ancient farms in, 154
Haiwald, beatification of shepherd, 92
Halberstadt, a Hanse town, 218
Hall,' an English, 125
Hall corn rent paid by tenants of Tyne-

mouth inanor, 134
Hall, justice (mad Jack Hall,')

captured by rebels, 101 ; executed,

109
Hall's account of battle of Flodden,

quoted, 2, 161, 251, 27, 33; Chron-
icle, meeting of Jaines IV. and lady

Heron, 43
Hall, Geoffrey, Newcastle goldsmith,

393
Gray, Cuthbert, 95; Edward, captain

of Chillingham castle, 3551
Greatham church, communion cup, 263;

Hagon, 267; hospital, Andrew de
Stanley, master of, 391; communion

plate of, 264
• Green knolls,' Sedgefield, 379
Green, Making of England, 78n
Greencastle, in Kenterdale, 90
Greene, Richard, silversmith, 261
Greenhead chapel, 186
Greenrig, near Birtley, Northumber-

land, meeting of rebels at, 99
Griefswald, 215; a Hanse town, 218
Gresham, sir Thomas, 239
Grey, Jean, accused Jameson of forgery,

466 ; - exalted’ to pillory. 467
Greystock, arms of, 269; William, lord,

296; Ralph, son of, 296; marries
Margery de Bolbeck, 296

400; Rev. G. Rome, on the fragment

of a Roman loricu, 411
Halle, a Hanse town, 218
Hallifax. Mills, Glyn, 458, 459
Halton communion cup, 261
Haltwhistle, manor, 162 ; tower. 163;

common, 170, 173; rig and dale
lands, 173; church, 177 ; communion
plate, etc., of, 181 ; seventeenth
century communion cup, 262; vicars:
Stevenson, 164; Lowe, 177; Priest-
man, 180 ; Pykwell, Dyghton, 183;
Merton, Rotherham, Hollingsworth,
184; Pate, 186 : Wilson, Nauney,
Rotherhamn, 187, 188

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Hamm, a Hanse town, 218
Hammond, John, mayor of London,

229
Hamsterley, pre- Reformation paten of,

now in Durham chapter library, 252,

263
Hand with cross-croslet, silversmith's

mark, 263
Hannover, a Hanse tower, 218
Hanse or Hansa, origin, meaning, etc.,

212
Hansa privileges in England with.

drawn, 242
Hansebrüder sworn to celibacy, 220
Hanse towns, list of, 217
Hanseatic confederation, the, its rise

and progress, 211; end of, 247
• Happy village,' the, 295
Harbottle, sir Wynchard, slain at

Flodden, 34; [Guiscard], king chal-

Hastings, sir Ralph de, 296
Hatfield papers, 3531
Hatfield, bishop, appropriated church

of Bolam to Blanchland abbey, 298 ;
survey of, 379
Haughton-le-Skerne communion plate,

264
Hauxley, ancient farms in, 154
Haverfield, F. J., on Roman altar to

Jupiter, 76; on a new Roman in-
scription at South Shields, 157 ; on

a Roman altar at Lanchester, 321
Haverton hill communion cup and

paten, 266
"Hay bounds, cultivator had share of,

128
Hay tithe, modus for, 136
Haydon Bridge, roadside cross near,

94
Headlam, 459
Hays, John, barber, 375
Headlands,' or 'headriggs,' 125
Heddon-on-the-Wall, discoveries in the

vallum near, 338
Heddon. John, 288; Patience (née

Haddock), wife of, 288
· Hedge bote,' 127
Heidelberg, Roman milestones found

near, 325
Heighington communion

cup, 265;
paten, 267
Helmstedt, a Hanse town, 218
Hemma, vicus of, 90
Henlee, John de, rector of Sedgefield,

394 ; founded chantry of St. Cather-

ine, 394
Hennell, R. and S., silversmiths, 260
Henrik of Holstein, 217
Henry I., in reign of, every burgess of

Newcastle might have his own oven,

122
Henry II., charter of, relating to

Neasham, 268
Henry III., 296 ; first allusion to New-

lenged by, 369; slain, 367
Harbottle, Roger, 168
Harderwyk, a Hanse town, 218
Harding, James, 376
Hardwick hall built in 1751, 394
Harle, Robert de, of Kirk Harle, 296
Harlow, appropriation, etc., of church

of, given to Blanchland, 297
Harper, John, Newcastle, goldsmith,

400
Harrington, Thomas, York silversmith,

265
Harris, John, 265
Harrison. Robert, curate of Blanchland,

306; memorial of, to lord Crewe's
trustees, 310; William, curate of
Slaley, 342
Hart communion flagon, 265
Hartburn parish, ancient farms in,

153 ; church, communion plate of,

261, 262
Hartlepool, sir Thomas Trewhitt, prior

of, 201 ; ship of, under lord Lumley,

237
Hartley, ancient farms in, 152
Hartley burn, 169
Harton, Westoe and, paid church rate

by number of farms, 127
Haslam, Lawrence, taken prisoner at

R. Linton's house, 279; Martha, wife
of, gravestone of, 279; Dorothy,
daughter of, married to John Tyzack,

279
Hasselt, a Hanse town, 218

castle goldsmiths, in reign of, 398
Henry V., 299
Henry VI. and the Hanseatic leagne,

234; act of, for fixing silver standard,

398
Henry VII. and the Hansa, 237
Henry VIII., commissioners of, lost

their way on journey to Blanchland,
300; exemplification of refoundation
charter of Blanchland abbev, 301,
306; siege of Terouenne, 4; Brewer's

Reign of, 10n; and the Hansa, 238
Henshaw communion cup, 261
Hepburn, Adam, earl of Bothwell, 28
Herald sent to James IV. by Surrey, 7,

15, 356; ‘Islay' sent by James IV.,
15

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Heralds' college, torquoise ring, sword,

and dagger of James IV. at, 371
Herford, a Hanse town, 218
Heriot, 147
Herle. Robert de, 350
Hermon, mount, 446n
Heron, the bastard, 17, 18; wounded

at Flodden, 29
Herons of Ford, pedigree of, 39
Heron, lady, James IV. and, 39, 43,

356 ; in Varmion, 39; Pitscottie on,
40; Elizabeth married Thomas Carr
of Etal, 39; John, 367 ; of Chip-
chase, 172, 340; Ralph, Frances, and
Charlotte, of Newcastle, 172, 173 ;
see pedigree, 175; Thomas, of Heron's
hill, Corbridge, 172; William, 15;
prisoner in Scotland, 43
Herries, lord, 369
Heslop, R. O., 130; Richard, curate of

Slaley, 342
Hetherington, George, apprentice to

Newcastle goldsmiths' company, 438;

Hodgson, John, of Elswick house, New-

castle, 375; will of, 376
Hodgson, J. Crawford, on customs of

Morpeth courts leet and baron, 52;

High Buston, 148
Hodgson, rev. J. F., and Sedgefield

Lionel, 194
Heton castle in ruins, 355; mill, ford

near, 361
Hewitt, John of North Shields, 276 ;

Robert of North Shields, 276, 290;

John, son of, 290
Hewitson, Thomas, Newcastle gold-

smith, 260, 400
Heworth, pre-Reformation paten at,

252, 263; early chalice at, 254 ;
paten and cup, 267
Hexham, St. Cuthbert, bishop of, 88;

Slaley given to church of, 339; the
Black Book of, 339 ; battle of, 113;
copper coffin chalice, 262
Hexham Spital, otherwise S. Gyles

hospital, 169
Hicks, W. S., on discoveries at Kirk-

whelpington church, 47
Hildemer, prefect of king Egfrid, 88
Hildemer's town (? Ilderton), 88
Hildesheim, a Hanse town, 218
• Historic memoranda concerning Culler-

coats,' 287
Hitchen, Hertfordshire, common fields

of, 130
Hixon, Robert, apprentice to Newcastle

goldsmiths' company, 4-410
Hobbs. Richard, Newcastle goldsmith,
Hobby horse, the bank, Mr Carr's, 455
Hodgkin, Thomas, D.C.L., “The battle

of Flodden,' 1 ; on Ulfilas, 213
Hodgson, Aibiah, 194; George, tomb-

stone of, 195; will of, 195, 207 ;
Phillip of Sandhoe, 102; pedigree of,
196

church, 391
Hodgson-Hinde, account of Ovington,

128
Hodgson, History of Northumberland

quoted 47, 49, 891, 97n, 1001, et

809., 283n
Hodhill, near Blandford, Dorsetshire,

lorica scales from, 413
Holaday, Edward, silversmith, 259
Holderness, men of, at Flodden, 27
Holinshed, Raphael, quoted, 281, 33 ;

accounts of Flodden in Chronicles
and Historie of Scotland, 2, 3591,

360
Hollingsworth, 184
Holm Cultram, standing cup at, 256
Holmes, Sheriton, on the Roman bridges

across the North Tyne. 328
Holstein, Henrik of 217
Holy Island communion plate, 260, 262
Holywell, ancient farms in, 152
Home, lord, 355 ; chamberlain, 9n;

overtaken by sir William Bulmer,
9; suspicion not loyal to Scottish
king. 9 ; spelling of surname, 9n;
commander of Scottish left at
Flodden, 26; prisoner in England, 43
Home, Davy, of Wedderburn, slain by

sir Edmund Howard at Flodden, 29
Honorary members, vi ; XXX
Honoratus, Julius, 79
Hooppell, rev. R. E., on Roman altar at

Lanchester, 313
Horses and mares taken by inhabitants
of Northumberland,

after
Flodden, 372
Horsley, Thomas, 372
Horton communion plate, 259, 261
Hoton brass, Sedgefield church, 394,
Houghton-le-Spring, vestry book, 201 ;

church, east window of, 391 ; com-

munion paten, 267
House bote, etc., 127
IIousehold book, lord William Howard's,

quotel, 73
Howard peciigree, portion of, 11
Howard, sir Edmund, 12, 357, 367 : on

English right at Flodden, 26; felled
to earth thrice, 29 ; slew Davy Home,
of Wedderburn, 29; rout of division

at Flodden, 368
Howard, Thomas, lord, 27
Howard, sir Thomas, the admiral, 352;

and sir Edward, 42

etc,

411 et seq.

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