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Sleigh, John, vicar of Slaley, 342
Smiths of Nottingham, 456
Smith, John, vicar of Slaley, 342;

Joseph, minister of Slaley, 312;

William, surgeon, 470
Smith, D., and R. Sharp, silversmiths,

265
Smolensk, prince of, 216
Snowdon, Thomas, Newcastle gold-

sinith, 415 et seq.
Societies exchanging publications, lists

of, xiv, xxxix
Sockburn church, 381; communion

cup, 267

Sheppard's Touchstone, 127
Shields, North, extracts from cash books

of Society of Friends of, 275; quaker
burial ground at high end, 274 ; first

spot identified with St. Cuthbert, 83
Shields, South, 78n; 4 new Roman

inscription, 157 ; bronze links of
Roman armour from, 414 ; abbess
Verca welcomed St. Cuthbert at, 92 ;
St. Hilda's church communion cups,
etc., 266, 267; quaker burial ground
at, 202 ; surprise of quaker meeting

at, 202 ; Robert Linton of, 274.
Shipley, John, 288; Margaret (née

Haddock), wife of, 288
Shipton, Richard, of Lythe, Yorkshire,

285; Elizabeth, daughter of, 285
Shipwrecked yoods, 215
Shire rent of manor of Tynemouth, 135
Shotley, appropriation, etc., of church

of, given to Blanchland, 297
Silvertop), George, of Minsteracres,

bought Bolbeck manor, 297; H. T.,

297
• Shots,' 125
Shrewsbury, duchess of, interceded for

rebels, 109
Shrive, Robert, Newcastle goldsmith,

400
Sibba, 89; servant of, cured by St.

Cuthbert, 89
Signatures to Bank guarantee, 462
Silver, act fixing standard of, 398
Silver Street, Newcastle, 'Old Bank'in,

456
Simnel's (Lambert) insurrection, 10
Simonburn communion cup and paten,

259
Simpson, John, 288; Barbara (née

Haddock), wife of, 288; Richard, of
Lythe, Yorkshire, lease to get coal at

Cullercoats, 285
Sim's Von-parochial Registers, 189
Sinclair, lord, master of Scottish ord.

nance, death of, 369
Sipylus in Magnesia, 446n
Sirion = nount Hermon, 4161
Sisson, Williain, vicar of Slaley, 312
Skene, Celtic Scotland, 8711, 921, 12311
Snitter, ancient farms in, 153
Slaley, ecclesiastical history of, by the

rev. Anthony Johnson, 339; church
built, 340; bells and communion
plate, 341; tombstone at, 341; vicar
and curates, 312; registers, 342;
communion cup, 262; abstract of title

of John Thornton to tithes of, 343
Slaley, Gilbert de, gave Slaley to church

of Hexham, 339
Sleath, G., silversmith, 264

.

Soden, rev. C. W., presents fragments

of painted glass to Black Gate

museum, 18
Soest, a Hanse town, 216, 218
Sole, Thomas, of · Linn,' 290
Soltbomel, a Hanse town, 218
Sorel,' sir John Fenwick's horse, 96;
threw William of Orange, 96 ; poem

concerning, 96
Sose, Francis, Newcastle goldsmith, 400
Sound, Lübeck Heet defeated in, 219;

dues instituted by Eric, 223
South dean on the Jed, 89
South Shields (see Shields, South)
Southern, Robert, extracts from will

of, 281n
• Sparrow hall,' Cullercoats, 285 ;

account of, 285; conveyance relating

to, 293
Spearman's Votes, 297n
Spedding; John, jun., nephew of
Thomas Gibson, joined bank, 463;
large shareholder in district bank,

and appointed a director, 464
Spen colliery communion plate, 263
Spence, C. J., 205, 275, 289
Spencer, James, secretary to the bank,

470
Spitting, a defence from magic, 57n
Spittle and Low Buston, ancient farins

in, 154
* Squares,' 125
Stade, a Hanse town, 218
Staindrop communion cups and patens,

263; Hagons, 266, 267
Stainton, Great, county Durham, Eliza-

bethan secular cup at church, 254,

256, 263
Stalker, William, and John Mitchison,

Newcastle goldsmiths, 261
Stamford, Guild of St. Katherine,

55n
Stamfordham, leases for lives in, 144;

church, communion cup, etc., at, 259,

261
'Stanegate, The,' 336

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Stanhope, property belonging to

Blanchland abbey at, 297; church,

communion cup, 266; paten, 294
Stanley, badge of, 356; Andrew de,

master of Greatham hospital, brass

of, 394; James. bishop of Ely, 356
Stanley, sir Edward, 14, 356, 370 ;

cominander of Cheshire and Lancia.
shire men at Flodden, 28; pressed
up central ridge, 31 ; created lord

Monteagle, 36
Stannington communion cup, etc., 259
Stanton, Thomas Cotes, schoolmaster

at 94
Stargard, a Hanse town, 218
Statutes of the society, xvi, xxviii
Staveren, a Hanse town, 218
Steelyard, some statutes and regula-

tions of the, 234
• Steelyards,' 222
Steen, Tidemand, commander of Lübeck

feet, 219
Steeple house,' the, 203
Stendal, a Hanse town, 218
Stettin, a Hanse town, 218
Stillington, 115
Stitches,' half-acre strips known as, in

south, 125
Stockton communion plate, 264; cups,

flagons, plates, etc., 265
Stoddart, Thoinas, apprentice to New-

castle goldsmiths' company, 439;

admitted, 436
Stolpe, a Hanse town, 218
Storey, James, of Rothbury, affidavit of,

as to ancient farms in Snitter, etc.,

153
Storia dei Cardinali di Santa Romana

Chiesa, quoted, 271n
Story, Charles, apprentice to Newcastle

goldsmiths' company, 439; Robert,
290; Eleanor, wife of, 290 ; Jacob,

son of, 290
Stralsund, a Hanse town, 218 ; peace of

in 1370, 217; despatch in archives
of, from mayor of Newcastle to the

Rath of, 221
Stranton, wine-glass shaped communion

Sueborum, a puzzle, 324; Nioretum,

civitas, 326
Sunderland, Quaker meeting at, 198 ;

church, almsdishes and cups, 266 ;

flagons, 264 ; patens, 267
Surrey, Henry, earl of, the poet, 11 ;

beheaded on Tower hill, 12
Surrey, earl of, 2, 9; released from

Tower and made lord lieutenant, etc.,
10; escorted Margaret Tudor across
border, 10; despatches of, 352; hears
mass in Durham abbey, 7; receives
banner of St. Cuthbert, 7 ; at News
castle, 7, 356 ; at Alnwick, 7, 356;
sends ‘Rouge Croix' to James IV.,
7, 35; wages of retinue of. 14n;
at Bolton in Glendale, 15, 357 ; at
Wooler haugh, 16; flank march, 17;
Till crossed by, at Doddington bridge,
359 ; encamped at Barmoor wood,
359 ; strategy of, 361 ; sent Agnus
Dei to his father, 365 ; Scots force
their way to standard of, 369; at
Flodden, 27; retreat ordered by, 33 ;
confers knighthood on thirty gentle-

men, 36 ; created duke of Norfolk, 36
Surtees, Burdon, & Co., 461, 462
Surtees's Durham, referred to, 272n
Survey: of 1541 of Bowes and Ellerker,

891; Clarkson's, 142
'Suth-gedlint,' is it South Dean on the

Jed ? 89
Sutton, Henry, silversmith, 259
Swan, John, affidavit of, relating to

ancient farms in Woodhorn, 153 ;
Robert, of Bedlington, affidavit of as

to ancient farms in Bedlington, 154
Sympson, Anthony, Newcastle gold-

smith, 400
Sympsoun, John. Newcastle goldsmith,

400
Sweden subdued by Christian II. of

Denmark, 223; Gustavus Vasa, king

of, 223
Swinburne v. Milburn, 144
Sword, British, from North Tyne, 443

T.
T E linked, silversmith's mark, 259
T G. silversmith's initials, 264 ; M, 259
Tacitus quoted, concerning trade of

London, 226
Tailford, William, finder of two wall

turrets, 441
Talairand, cardinal, 340
Talbot, John, of Cartington, made his

cup, 263

Stuart exhibition, 1889, 93
Stubbs's Select Charters, 122,
Sturton Grange, ancient farms in, 154
Styford, appropriation of church of

and fishery at, given to Blanchland,
Subscription lists, early, opened at

banks, 464
Suebians, a vexillation of, the, named

on Lanchester altar, 378
Suebis matribus, an altar to, 325

297

escape, 108

Tandere, St., 356n
Tanfield communion cup, 264
Tangermünde, a Hanse town, 218

VOL. XVI.

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Tanners' company, Morpeth, extracts

from books of, 55n
Taylor's Domesday Survivals, 130
Teasdale, John, of Slaley, tombstone of,

341
*Temperance,' & feminine Christian

name, 290
Tennant, Caleb, 290; Abigail, his wife,

290 ; Abigail and Margaret, daugh-

ters, 290 ; Benjamin, son of, 290
Tenures, land, in various countries, 123n
• Tenants by the verge,' 142
Tenures, Gilbert on, 143n
Terouenne, siege of, 4, 355
Terrier of lands in manor of Tinemouth

and Preston in 1649, 283
• Tesgeta,' 87
Teutonio Mythology, Grimm's, quoted,

57n
Theodosius, the younger, Roman Wall

ascribed by some to time of, 449
Thiel, a Hanse town, 218
Thirlwall grave cover, 178
Thomlinson, Dr. John, rector of Roth-

bury, 101, 147n
Thompson, Edward, vicar of Slaley,

342; George, minister of Slaley,
342; John, York silversmith, 265 ;

William, 342
Thorn, a Hanse town, 218
Thornton: Jane, 132; John, abstract of

title deeds of, relating to the rectories
and tithes of Bywell St. Andrew and
Slaley, 343; of Netherwitton, 102;
Leonard, of Shilbottle, 372; Nicholas,
suit against, to set aside lease, 131;

arms of, on Sedgefield bell, 392
Thorp, Charles, curate of Blanchland, 306
• Three field’ system of cultivation, 122
Till, passage of, by Surrey before Flod.

den fight, 23, 359; fords on, 23n
Timbrell, Robert, silversmith, 264
Tinmouth, convent of, 183; chartulary

of, 145 (see also Tynemouth)
Tinemouth and Preston, terrier of

lands in, in 1649, 283
Tittory, Benjamin, buried in his gar-

den, 192
Tivoli, the limes of, 332
Tizacke, Peregrine, buried, 192; Aba-

gail, buried, 192; tombstone of, 192

(see also Tyzack)
Togstone, ancient farms in, 154
Tomlinson’s Cullercoats, 281
Topling, John, 342
Torrington, John de, benefactor of

Blanchland, 297
Touchstone, Sheppard's, 127, 133
Tournay, siege of, 352; surcoat of

James IV. sent to, 371

• Towder, Saint,' 356n
Township, characteristics of, 125
Traherne, Benjamin, silversmith, 264
Treasurer's balance sheets and reports,

ii-iv, xxii
Trench, John, 275
Trevelyan, Raleigh, 132; Walter, 132
Trêves, MS. life of St. Cuthbert at, 83;

holy coat of, 450
Trewe Encountre, 358n et seq
Trewhitt, Christopher, 198; Cuthbert,

of Houghton-le-Spring, will of, 208;
George and Joseph, recusants, 199;
sir Thomas, prior of Hartlepool, 201 ;
William, confined in Tynemouth

castle, 200; will of, 200
Trimdon communion cup, 266
Trinity Monday, meeting day of Morpeth

tanners' company, 54
Troughend, township of, 148; ancient

farms in, 154
Tumbrel, the, 216
Tunstall, sir Bryan, the stainless

knight,'13, 27, 366; slain, 29, 34, 366
Turner, Andrew, vicar of Slaley, 342 ;

Caleb, of North Shields, 275 ;

Abagail, wife of, 275
Tuxford, 115
Tweddall, Robert, tombstone of, 180
Tweed, St. Cuthbert and Eata retired

to banks of, 86 ; Examford on, 89
Tweedie, Walter, silversmith, 265
Tweedmouth church dedicated to St.

Boswell,86; communion plate, 259,262
Twizel bridge, 18, 19, 22, 24, 26n;

passage of, by English vanguard,
360 ; bridge described by Leland, 360
“Twizell forth,' 36
Twizell, Barmoor and, distance between,

19n
Two field system of cultivation, 122
Twyford on Aln, synod at, 88
Tydi, St. Cuthbert with, sailed down

Solway, 87
Tyne, fishings on the, 130; North,

Roman bridges across, 328
Tynedale, thieves of, 151
Tynemouth, statement that Roman tiles
found at, a mistake, 158n; castle,
major Graham, deputy-governor of,
274; parish church, extracts from
register, 274, 280, 283 ; communion
flagon, 259 ; manor of, meaning of
farm in, 134; mill, 283; hall corn
rent still paid by tenants, 134;
Edward Leadbitter, steward of, 135;
parish, ancient farms in, 154;
customs, etc., of men of, 145 (see
also Tinmouth): and Bamburghshire
men take to flight, 26, 366

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Tyzack, Zechariah, of Tinmouth, 275 ;
John, son of, 279 (see also Tizack)

U.
Ubaldo Alluciguoli, cardinal priest, 271
Uelzen, a Hanse town, 218
Ulchild, rector of Sedgefield, 381
Urellodunum Maryport, 326
Ulfilas, 213
Ulgham communion plate, 259
Unna, a Hanse town, 218
Utopia, More's, 156
Utrecht, a Hanse town, 218; treaty of,
236

V.
Valerianus, Marius, 157
Vallum, Romanum, the, xxvi; objects

discovered in, 338
Venetian State Papers, 353, 355n, et

seq.
Venlo, a Hanse town, 218
Verca, abbess, welcomed St. Cuthbert,

92
Vere, Glyn, & Halifax, bankers, 458, 466
• Verge, tenants by the,' 142
Vestiges of old Newcastle, etc, 392n
Vexillatio, in Roman inscriptions, 324
Victor, pope, 86
Village community, manor and town-

ship from the, 121
Village Community, The, Seebohm's,

122, 123, et seq., 130; Gomme's, 130n;

Maine's, 140n
Village, The Happy, 295
Villeinage in England, 123n
Vincent, Edward, silversmith, 265
Vinogradoff, 125, 145n; and customs

of ancient communities, 123n; strips

in arable fields, 139
Virgin Mary, Blanchland abbey dedi-

Wales, Ancient Laws of, 123n, 140
Walkmill, ancient farm in, 154
Wall dues, 231
Wallace's Russia, 147n
Wallet Book to the Roman Wall, 331
Wallis, Richard, curate of Blanchland,

305
Wallsend, Roman altar discovered at,

76; church communion cups, 260 ;
repoussé salver, 262
Walltown crag, fragment of a Roman

lorica from Roman wall turret at, 441
Walton, Adam de, 350
Warburg, a Hanse town, 218
Warcop, sir William, 367
Wardell, Robert, 201
Warden communion cup, 260
Wark, 47; on Tweed, 89; castle taken

by the Scots, 7
Warkman, Henry, of Earsdon, affidavit

of, relating to ancient farms in

Earsdon, 152
Warkworth, march of rebels of 1715

to, 99, 100; vicar compelled to read
prayers for, 102; parish, ancient

farms in, 154; church books, 154
Warwick, earl of, governor of Calais, 235
Waterfalls hill, 99
Watershagen, a Hanse town, 218
Waugh, Thomas, 166, 170
WE, silversmith's mark, 264
Wealleans, Robert, 100
Weardale St. John's communion paten,

264; cup, 266
Weardale. Lawrence, 279
Weber's Flodden, 3n
Week-work, 145
Weever Funeral Monuments, 360n, 362n
Welford, Richard, 195 ; on Cuthbert

Gray, 95n
Wendish towns, laws of, 214, 215
Wennington, Hon. Thomas, paymaster-

cated to, 296

general, 452
Wentbridge, 115
Wesel, a Hanse town, 218
Wessington, prior of Durham, 86
Westgate, eight butts' in, 128
Westmorland, Charles, earl of, 144
Westoe manor court rolls, extract

from, 203
Westoe and Harton, paid church rate

by number of farms, 127
Westphalia, league of cities of, 213
Wetherby, 115
Wetwary ? Wetwang), Francis, 197
Whalton, parish and township, ancient

farms in, 154; terrier, 15+; farms
in, termed ploughgates, 154; church

communion plate, 260, 261
Wharton, William, vicar of Slaley, 3.42

W.
W B, with fleur de lis below, 263,

silversmith's mark; and I B, New-

castle silversmiths' marks, 260
W G, silversmith's mark, 264
W, H, silversmith's mark, 259, 263
WM, silversunith's initials, 264
W W, linked, silversinith's mark, 263 ;

A H and, silversmith's mark, 259
Wade, gen., army of, 454
Wages of earl of Surrey's retinue, 14n
Walbey, Thomas, of Lark hall, affidavit

of, as to ancient farms in Burradon

(Alwinton), 153
Waldemar III., 217
Waldeof, Emma, daughter of, 268

Whickham, quaker burial-ground at,

195 ; villani in, 127; church : com-
munion Alagons and plate, 264;
paten, 266 ; cup and cover, 267
Whipping, punishment of, 215
Whitby, Witenagemot at, regarding

keeping of Easter, 86
Whig, origin of term, 93
White, Robert, Battle of Flodden, 1,

351
Whitechapel, in Haltwhistle parish,

181
White Rose, Order of, the, 93
Whitfeild, William, apprentice to New-

castle goldsmiths' company, 438
Whitley, ancient farms in, 154 ;

number of, in, 135; collieries at,

demised to John Dove, 283
Whittingham communion paten, 259
Whitton, 147n; ancient farms in, 153
Whittonstall communion cup, 261
Whitwell, Barber and, York silver-

smiths, 265
Whitworth communion plate, 264
Widdrington communion cup, 262.
Widdringtons of Cartington, 96
Widdrington, lord, 100 ; trial and

defence of, 106 ; Charles, 101, 106 ;
Dorothy, married William Howard,
167; Henry, held manor of Bolbeck,
297; Peregrine, 101, 106; Ralph,
372; William, 106
Widdrington, John, partner in Old

Bank, 456, 457 ; Carlyle and, 457 ;

died, 462
Wigenhall, Norfolk, Byelaws, 55n
Wiglaf, king of the Mercians, 150
Wilfrid, return of, from Rome. 86
Wilfrid der Aeltere, referred to, 91n
Wilkinson, James, joined bank, 457 ;

died, 462; John, Newcastle gold-
smith, 266, 400, et seq. ; William,
apprentice to Newcastle goldsmiths'
company, 439
William, prince of Orange, thrown by

horse 'Sorel,' 96 ; effigy burnt, 97
Williamson, 459
Willoby, John, gravestone of, 278
Willowford, 23n
Wilson, Richard, 207
Winston communion cup, 263
Wintoun, earl of, 104
Wisby, a Hanse town, 218; Gothic

city of, 216 ; sack of, in 1361, 217
Wismar, a Hanse town, 218
• Wista,' a, in Kent and Essex, 127
Wittenberg, Johan, burgomaster of

Lübeck, 217
Witton Gilbert communion plate, 263 ;

Hagons, 265

Wolsey, cardinal, bishop of Durham's

letter to, concerning siege of Norham

and Flodden fight, 36
Wolsingham, property belonging to

Blanchland abbey at, 297 ; church

communion plate, 264
Wolviston, communion paten, 265
Woodhorn parish, ancient farms in, 153
Woods of Gloucester, 456
Woodman, William, revived chancery

suit relating to charity lands at

Netherwitton, 131
• Woodman collection,' extracts from

the, 52, 121
Woodside, ancient farms in, 154
Wooler, Walter de Huntercomb, baron

of, 296 ; Kenterdale valley at back
of, 90 ; Haugh, English army at, 16,
358; church : paten, 21;0; seventeenth
century, communion cup of, 262
Woolf, Grace, 204
Woolfe, Henry, of 'Lay Yett,' near

South Shields, will of, 210
Women, Satyr upon, 110
Wrangham, Thomas, of Arnold's close,

276 ; Catherine, his wife, 276
Wreigh Hill Pike, 100
Wrightson, Matthew, vicar of Slaley, 342
Wrottesley v. Adams, meaning of word

'farm,' 133
Wullenwewer, Jurgen, burgomaster of

Lübeck, 224 ; death of, 224
Wulwardhope, tithes of village of,

given to Blanchland, 297
Wylson, James, Newcastle goldsmith,

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Y.
Y, I, silversmith's initials, 264
Yardland, a, full number of strips in

open fields, 127
Yolton, 162, 163, 174
York, St. Cuthbert consecrated at, 89;

lord Surrey leaves, 7; a steelyard at,
222; plate, 265; Stephen Buckle
of, apprenticed to Newcastle gold.

smiths' company, 439
Young, James, and Orlando Jackson,

silversmiths. 259
Younghusband, John, Newcastle gold-

smith, 260, 266, 415; John, the
younger, apprentice to Newcastle
goldsmiths' company, 438

Z.
Zangemeister, Prof., 325
Zierizee, a Hanse town, 218
Zola, M., 352
Zutphen, a Hanse town, 218
Zwolle, a Hanse town, 218

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