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    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, Middlesex, St Giles in the Fields, Cock and Pye fields, Street Side

    1.80 9.00 0.00 0.00 Powell , George 3.20 16.00 0.00 0.00 Fryer , Anthony 8.00 40.00 1.20 100.00 Green , - (Mr) 1.60 8.00 0.00 0.00 Ward , Joseph 1.20 6.00 0.00 0.00 Cotgrave , Peter 1.20 6.00 0.00 0.00

    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, Middlesex, St Mary Whitechapel, Wapping Whitechapel, Street

    Stock Tax assessment £ Rental value £ Tax assessment £ Stock value £ Swane , Olive 1.40 7.00 0.00 0.00 Cotgrave , Thomas 1.00 5.00 0.00 0.00 Hunt , - (Widow) 1.40 7.00 1.20 100.00 Yeomans , Richard 1.00 5.00

    Glossarial index

    Milan. moketors 32, handkerchiefs. Fr. mouchoir . "Mockendar for a chyldre ( sic ), mouchoir. Mockedar," id . Palsgrave. Compare Cotgrave, v. Baverette, bavon, & c. "For eyen and nose the nedethe a mokadour." Lydgate's Minor Poems, p. 30, edit.

    1582 London Subsidy Roll, Farringdon Ward Within

    3 Walter Merell ( £ 3) 3 Christofer Merell ( £ 8) 8 Jerard Anderson ( £ 3) 3 Hughe Cotgrave alias Ritchemond ( £ 10) 116 10 EdmondeWheler ( £ 10) 10 Fraunces Roltes ( £ 3) 3 William

    Notes to the diary, 1561

    have been sold , and given to the poor." P. 267. Funeral of master Cotgrave . This may very probably have been the father of Hugh Cotgrave, who soon after became Richmond herald. His kinsman "master Tott, serjeant painter to

    Wills, 1 Henry IV (1399-1400)

    the Benedictine Order. 2 Measles (Dutch maeser , birdseye maple), formerly looked upon as leprosy. Fr. mesau , a leper (Cotgrave). 3 Co. Gloucester. The abbey was of the Benedictine Order, and dedicated to S. Kenelm. 4 Co. Gloucester. 5

    Notes to the diary, 1553

    20 or 21, 1563. 2. Nicholas Tubman, made Lancaster; he died Jan. 8, 1558 9. (See p 185.) 3. Hugh Cotgrave, made Rouge-Croix, afterwards Richmond herald, 1566. (see more of him in Noble's History of the College of Arms, p.

    Wills, 1-10 Henry VIII (1509-19)

    a bed of State, or a great Sparver bed, that serves only for shew, or to set out a room" (Cotgrave, s.v . "Parement"). 2 Ashby, commonly called Ashby-by-Spilsby, to distinguish it from other villages of the same name and

    General Index, C, D, E, 05 July 1613-03 July 1615

    291 -, St. Stephen's in, 107 Coleridge , co. Devon, 37 Coleshill , William, 268 Colgate , Frances, 61 Colgrave [Cotgrave ] , Ralph, 131 Collaway , Arnold, 114 Collen , see Collins. Coller , see Collier. Collet , Nicholas,

    Glossary

    i. 286; var. of borrell, adj ., buret, obs.; cf. Fr. burac , 'stuff that's halfe silke and half worsted' (Cotgrave); but this may be a dim. of bure. See French Book of Rates (1714), 36, 'Bures and Burets Stuff

    Sessions, 1613, 13 and 14 January

    house of Simon Hughes. William Hatfielde of St. Andrew's, Holborn, gentleman. Came and committed. Respited to prison without bail: John Cotgrave of Mouldsworth, co. Chester, yeoman. Came and discharged: Thomas Chappell of Cow Cross, Clerkenwell, tailor, for receiving divers goods

    General Index, C, 16 May 1612-06 May 1614

    Cosbye , Anthony, 96 Cossens , see Cussens. Cosson , John, 26 Cossy , Charles, 72 Coster , Thomas, 225 Cotgrave , John, 14, 42 Cothers (Clothers), William, 24 Cotnam , Cuthbert, 120 Cottell , Edmund, 254 Cotterell (Cotterill) -,

    Introduction

    i. 201). 2 Will of Simon Winchecombe, armourer (II. 341). 3 " Meseau , a meselled, scurvy, leaporous, lazarous person" (Cotgrave). The term is referable to Dutch maeser =birds-eye maple, spots similar to those which break out on one suffering

    Index of person, A - K

    , 311 Coter , William, 67 Cotes , Cottes: Christopher, 42 John, alderman, 163 Roger, 60 Cotesford , John, 197 Cotgrave , Hugh, alias Ritchemond, 1 n, 301 Cotier , Hector, 190 Cotman , Richard, 186 Cotson , Nicholas, 197

    Index of persons, L - Z

    195 Haunce, 62 John, 395 Sir Richard, xxiii, 1, 124 Robert, 71 Richeman , Leonard, 47 Richemond , Ritchemond: Hugh Cotgrave, alias, 301 John, 30 Ricksman , Ryckysman: Johan, 236 William, 81 Riddall , Edmund, 381 Riddowe , Edward, 336

    Sessions, 1613, 17 and 18 February, 16 May 1612-17 February 1613

    Dowe respited to prison for the county of Suffolk. Luke Bestwell respited at the order of the Chief Justice. John Cotgrave respited to prison at the order of Sir Henry Mountague, Knight, and that he shall seek of the Lord

    Introduction

    Robert Cooke (Clarenceux), and William Flower (Norroy); four of the six heralds - Edmund Knight (Chester), John Cooke (Lancaster), Hugh Cotgrave (Richmond), and Sir William Dethick (York); and three of the four pursuivants - Richard Lee (Portcullis), Ralph Brooke (Rouge

    Index, A - K

    Dublin, consecrated at Saint Paul's, 94 Cotes , doctor, consecrated bishop of West Chester, 58; preaches at Paul's cross, 79 Cotgrave , master, buried at St. Dunstan's, Fleet-street, 276; note 386 Hugh, made Rouge-croix pursuivant, 336; accompanies Clarenceux on his

    Sessions, 1614, 3 and 5 December, 04 March 1614-06 December 1614

    House without licence. Sess Roll 536/18. Sess. Reg. 2/130. 8 October, 12 James I [A.D. 1614 ] . Ralph Colgrave [Cotgrave ] of Marylebone, yeoman, and James of the same, yeoman, for the said Ralph, charged to be a harbourer

    Index of places

    Alnwick , 128. Newcastle-upon-Tyne , 100. Nottinghamshire. Balderston , 161. Bridgford , 8. Broughton Sulney , 124. Carlton , 193. Cotgrave , 68. Elston , 134. Goddington (? Coddington), 11. Holme-upon-Trent , 5. Kelham , 181. Kirk by in Ashfield

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