The Book of the Foundation of Walden Monastery

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GENERAL INDEX
The following abbreviations are used: archd. = archdeacon; bp = bishop; ch. = church; chapl. chaulain; dau. = daughter; pr. = priest; W = witness to charter.
Abel, chapl. W 176, 178, 190
Absolom, pr. of South Mimms 22-3, 200
Acun, see Robert
Adam, abbot of Colchester 204
Adam Rumbald 194
Adela, dau. of King William Ixxii
Adelard de Gweres W 171
ad succurrendumxxxvi, xl, xlvii, 34-5
Ailetus, murder victim xlviii, 8-9, 204
Ainsworth (in Arkesden, Essex) lv, lvi, 68-71, 106-7, 193; see also Rundberne
Alan de Sumery202
Albold Pulcin (Pouncyn) W li, 176, 178, 181, 191
Alençon, see John
Alexander III, pope xxiii, xxxv, xxxix, xlix, 18-19, 28 n., 54-5
Alfred, canon of St Martin London 86
Alfred de Nichol W 187
Alfred Pred de Vileyn W 174
Alice de Clermont 46 n.
Alice of Essex xl, xli n., xliv, 40-1, 76-7
Alice Goet 106-7
Alice de Vere, countess of Oxford196
Alta Ripa, de, see Ralph
Ambli, see Richard
Ambrose, St, Te Deum158-9
Amersham (Bucks.), ch. liv, 8-9, 22-3, 51 n., 108-9, 192; in charters 169, 173, 175, 177, 185, 188; incumbent, see John clerk, Walter de Fauconberg
Anjou, counts, see Geoffrey, Henry
Anselm, abbot of Bury St Edmunds xv, 40-1
Anselm de Campdauene, count of Saint- Pol xxi-xxii, lxxiv, 26-7
Ansevilla, de, see Ralph, Walter
Argentan ( Ome, France) xiv
Arkesden (Herts.), ch. lv, lvi, lxiv, 64-7, 106-9, 102-3; see also Eudo, William son of Ernald
Arnulph, see Ernald
Arras ( Pas de Calais, France) 90-1
Ashdon (Essex) li, 104-5; see also William
assarts xxv, xxxii, xlviii, xlix, 8-9, 26-7, 188, 189, 190, 204
assize, plea of 126 n., 143 n.; darrein presentment 66-7; novel disseisin 72-3
Athelais, dau. of count of Eu, 1st wife of Geoffrey I de Mandevillelxxiv
Aubrey de Vere, minister of King Henry Ixiv, 6 n.
Aubrey de Vere, 1st earl of Oxford6 n., 36-7, 76 n., 82 n.; W 184, 190
Audley, Thomas (Lord Audley of Walden; d. 1544) xlvi, lx; his dau. Margaret HowardIx
Audley End House (Essex) xlvi, lx
Augustine, master W 190
Aumale ( Seine-Maritime, France), comté xxvi; count, see William le Gros
Avranches ( Manche, France), see Turgis
Aynho (Northants), ch. liv, 8-9, 22-3, 110-11, 193-4; in charters 169, 173, 175, 185, 188; rector, see Ralph de Diceto, Ralph de Vireneto; vicar, see Turbert son of Turbert
Bannow (co. Wexford, Ireland) xxxviii, 48-9
Barnwell (Cambs.), prior 195
Bartholomew de Chene W 183
Barun, see Ralph, William
Beatrice de Say (née Mandeville) xi, xxvii-xxx, lxxiv, 14-15, 86-9, 150n.; gifts to Walden monastery xxxii, xxxv n., xliv, xlv, lv, 62-5, 122-5; death and burial xliv, 124-5; charters o80-2, mentioned 197; in charter79n., 183, 186, 190
Beatrice de Say, wife of Geoffrey fitz Peter, xxx, lxxiv; death 122-3; in charters 185, 186, 187
Beauchamp, de, see Payn, Simon
Beaumont, de, see Robert
Belmeis, de, see Richard, William

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