RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
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Alt Ref NoMS 696
Extent134 Leaves.
TitleShrewsbury Papers
Date1549-1559
DescriptionFolio 1
Sir Thomas Gargrave to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from [London], 14 November 1555, announcing the death of the Lord Chancellor [Stephen Gardiner], and the names of the executors and supervisors of his will. Has taken a letter of the Earl's to the Comptroller of the Household[Sir Robert Rochester.] for securing recognition of Gargrave's services to the Queen. 1p. Address: Lord President of the Council of the North.
Folio 3
Sir William [Petre] to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from St. James' [Palace, London], 6 November 1555, asking him to continue the payment of a pension issuing from lands now held by the Earl, formerly by the King, to the prebend of Knaresborough in the church of York, held by his brother [Richard Petre]. 1p. Address: Lord President of the Council of the North. Signature torn.
Folio 5
Lord Conyers to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Berwick, 23 July 1555, relating to a debt owed by one Barton to the unnamed bearer of the letter. 1p. Seal. Address: Lord President of the Council of the North.
Folio 7
Sir Thomas Hylton to the Earl of Shrewsbury, and the Council of the North, from Tynemouth, [co. Northumb.], 30 November 1555, complaining of the action of Lord Dacre [of Gilsland], Warden of the West March, in a feud between Hylton's tenants at Alston Moor, [co. Cumb.], and Dacre's tenants in the same district, which had arisen out of a cattle raid apparently by the Scots. 1¼pp. Seal. Address: Lord President of the Council of the North.
Folio 9
John Legh to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Isel, [co. Cumb.], 2 December 1555, relating to the building of a bridge over the river Derwent under the will of Sir Thomas Curwen, about which an award had been made in the High Court at York. A bridge had been built over the Derwent by Henry Curwen, great grandson of the testator, but not according to the award, and £20 of the legacy remained in Legh's hands. 1½pp. Address: Lord President of the Council of the North.
Folio 11
The Earl of Derby to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Lathom, [co. Lanc.], 21 July 1557, asking him to hear the claims of one Marmaduke Fawkes to two parcels of land in South Duffield, co. York, which he claims from the writer's servant John Westebie, esquire. 1p. Endorsed.
Folio 13
Thomas Beane, his servant, to [the Earl of Shrewsbury], from Newcastle [-on-Tyne], 14 June 1555, where he had gone to view the condition of the 'kinge and queene's majesties' house and the preparations made for the reception of the Earl and his household. Mentions the high cost of provisions - wheat 40 shillings the quarter. 2pp. Address: my Lorde.
Folio 15
The Marquess of Winchester to the Earl of Shrewsbury, 28 June 1556, informing him that £40 and 30 trees from the royal woods had been assigned for repairs to York prison, which was ruinous, and asking the Earl to supervise the work. ½p. Address: Lord President of the Council of the North.
Folio 17
Sir Robert Rochester, [Comptroller of the Royal Household], to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from the Court at Greenwich, 2 January 1555/6, relating to unspecified business in the Earl's letter to the [Privy] Council, which, however, had already been answered. 1p. Endorsed.
Folio 19
Anthony Nevyll to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from South Leverton, [co. Nott.], 11 January 1556/7, acknowledging letters from the Earl to himself and to Dr. Blithe, and stating that he will visit the Earl and Countess after he has been to the next gaol delivery at Nottingham. 1p. Endorsed.
Folio 21
Anthony Nevyll to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Mattersey, [co. Nott.], 19 January 1555/6, stating that on the 13th instant he had met Sir George Pierpounte and Sir Henry Sutton, and had examined Leonard Longeden, alias Wordysworthe, as ordered by the Earl. He has arrested Roger Powell, a Welshman lately come from Clanvariaghe, co. Radn., to Barnby Moor, near Blyth, co. Nott., on complicity in the murder of one of the Welsh sheriffs. Asks the Earl to send the names of other accomplices in the murder. 1p. Address: Lord President of the Council of the North.
Folio 23
Sir George Talbot, later Earl of Shrewsbury, to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Handsworth, [co. York], 22 February 1556/7, stating that a poor man who had travelled from Derbyshire to York selling caps and other goods had been robbed of £8 15 near Rotherham, [co. York], on his return journey. The writer on inquiry, arrested Edward Cleton on suspicion and sent him to Sheffield Castle. Other suspects were thought to have gone to Alnwick, [co. Northumb.]. 1p. Seal. Endorsed.
Folio 25
Sir Thomas Gargrave to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Darlington, [Dyneton, co. Durham], 30 July 1550, stating that he has shown the Earl's letter to Mr. Secretary, and obtained a commission addressed to himself and Mr. [illegible], giving them authority to punish such persons as they think necessary. The Lord Warden [Sir Robert Bowes] is still at Berwick or some place on the Border. 1p. Seal. Address: Lord President of the Council of the North.
Folio 27
Lord Bray to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from the Court, no date, stating that since he has come to Court he has heard that the Earl was displeased because he had not come to see him, and threatened to send his wife[Anne, daughter of the Earl.] home. Explains that he has no house to receive her in. His financial affairs. 1p. Endorsed. Torn.
Folio 29
Lord Bray to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Windsor, [co. Berk.], 29 July 1550, apologising for not having written, but will explain the business he was engaged in when the Earl came to Court. His wife and the King are in good health. ½p. Endorsed.
Folio 31
Lord Conyers, Richard Cassell [?], Thomas Rokes, Robert Conyers, William Conyers, James Fox, Christopher Lepton and Thomas Berton to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Northallerton, [co. York], 2 December 15[51], stating that they had received the King's letters of 23 November about issuing former proclamations[Steele 409.] for corn, butter and cheese and the furnishing of markets, and had carried out the orders, but that the amount of corn available was insufficient for the great number of inhabitants of co. York, especially in the liberties of Richmondshire and Allertonshire and the wapentake of Birdforth, to which corn has always been brought from elsewhere. 1p. Seal broken. Address: Lord President of the Council of the North. Date trimmed.
Folio 33
The Privy Council to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Greenwich, 27 December 1550, informing him of the appointment of Lord Darcy to the Council of the North. 1p. Address: Lord President of the Council of the North.
Folio 35
The Earl of Westmorland to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Raby Castle, [co. Durham], 4 March 1554/5, relating to a lawsuit pending before the Council between the writer's brother-in-law, Sir Roger Cholmeley, and his servant John Swynborne, esquire. ½p. Address: Lord President of the Council of the North.
Folio 37
Letter apparently to the Privy Council, c. 1559, relating to the Queen's commissions for the Lieutenancies in the north parts and for assessing the subsidy. The commission of Lieutenancy in Yorkshire was addressed to the writer, who describes his actions relating to the subsidy, the decay of the three forts at [Kingston-upon-] Hull, [co. York], the coming session of the Council of the North to hear private suits and the orderly acceptance of the English service book by the inhabitants, and their obedience to the Queen. 1p. Draft.
Folio 39
Lord Dacre [of Gilsland] to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Carlisle, 21 August 1554, stating that he had sent for his daughter Anne to return home 'to knowe hir minde towardes my Lorde of Cumberlande,' and that, although at first influenced against him, she has now freely consented to marry him. [According to G.E.C., iii, 567, the marriage between Anne Dacre and Henry Clifford, 2nd Earl of Cumberland took place in 1552 or 1553.] Asks the Earl to discover whether Cumberland will take her with a thousand pounds, as he cannot afford more owing to his large family and 'manyfolde Sutes.' A postcript mentions news from Scotland of a great battle between the Emperor and the King of France. [Edmund Lodge, Illustrations of British History, 1791, 2nd; edition, 1838, unpublished papers, 151 (157).] 1p. Seal. Address: Lord President of the Council of the North.
Folio 41
Lord Dacre [of Gilsland] to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Topcliffe, [co. York], 25 February 1554/5, relating to the rights of pasture in Myton Close in Richmondshire, belonging to tenants of his son Leonard. ½p. Endorsed.
Folio 43
The Earl of Northumberland to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Doncaster, [co. York], 25 May 1558, apologising for not visiting the Earl on his journey 'upwards,' and enclosing a letter from his brother Henry [missing]. ½p. Address: Lord President of the Council of the North.
Folio 45
Sir George Bowes to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Berwick, 27 March 1558, stating that he has been appointed Marshal of Berwick but has not yet received his letters patent, about which he has written to the Council. Complains that his allowance is inadequate and asks for the Earl's help in furthering his request for an increase, and in the matter of his marriage with Jane Talbot. [Daughter of Sir John Talbot of Albrighton, Shropshire.] 2pp. Endorsed.
Folio 47
Sir George Bowes to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from B[erwick], 14 February [1557/8], stating that on taking up his post [as Marshal of Berwick] he found great scarcity of victuals, but that the danger from the Scots had been exaggerated, and that he had concluded an 'abstinence' of 30 days with them; that the seven ships which had reached Scotland had not brought men or cannon; that the Scottish lords had gone to France for the marriage [of Mary Stuart]; hopes that his own marriage with Lady Talbot will take place during the abstinence. 2pp. Endorsed. Torn.
Folio 49
The Earl of Westmorland to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Alnwick, [co. Northumb.], 6 September 1558, with condolences on the death of the Countess of Shrewsbury. Has given Lord [George] Talbot leave to visit his father, mentioning that he had distinguished himself in the Scottish campaign when he had been with the writer. 1p. Seal. Address: Lord President of the Council of the North.
Folio 51
Sir Thomas Gargrave to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from York, 30 July 1558 relating to the proceedings of the men of the Earl of Cumberland, [Probably refers to the arrest and committal to Shipton Castle of Francis Man by servants of the Earl of Cumberland. See Acts of the Privy Council, 1556-58, 316-7, 344.] of whom only Thomas Clifford and the Keeper of Shipton Castle had been sent to York. Has received copies of the examinations of Roche and Penyngton. 1p. Address: Lord President of the Council of the North.
Folio 53
Sir Thomas Gargrave to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Darlington [Darneton, co. Durham], 30 July 1550, concerning the business of the Council, and mentioning that the Bishop of Durham had preached earnestly concerning the sacraments, exhorting the people to continue steadfast and beware of heresy. 2pp. Seal. Address: Lord President of the Council of the North.
Folio 55
Lord Wharton to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Alnwick Castle, [co. Northumb.], 30 November 1555, stating that he had received the Earl's letters from Sheffield and had appointed Wandysford, Estoft and Whalley members of his Council. About the fishing at Cockermouth, [co. Cumb.]. Asks that the Earl continue his good lord so that he be no further troubled by Lord Dacre [of Gilsland]. [Edmund Lodge, Illustrations of British History, 1791, 2nd; edition, 1838, unpublished papers, 15 (67), 16 (145).] 1p. Seal. Address: Lord President of the Council of the North.
Folio 57
Owen Oglethorpe, Dean of Windsor, [Bishop elect of Carlisle.] to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Windsor, [co. Berk.], 28 August 1556, seeking his assistance in settling a dispute about the manor of Linstock, co. Cumb., belonging to the see of Carlisle, which Lanslett Sawkyld[Probably Lancelot Salkeld, last prior and first Dean of Carlisle. Deprived under Edward VI.] claimed under a lease of the late Bishop [Robert Aldridge]. 1p. Fragment of seal. Address: Lord President of the Council of the North.
Folio 59
William Malorye to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Studley, [co. York], 12 January [before 1560], stating that he was four men short in his command of 200 from the wapentake of Caro and the Ainsty of York, to which he had been appointed by the Earl's commission, and that he had therefore been sent home. The commissioners [for musters] could not supply them, and he desires the Earl's assistance. 1p. Seal. Address: Lord President of the Council of the North.
Folio 61
Sir Ralph Ellerker to the Earl of Shrewsbury, at Sheffield, from Risby, [co. York], 3 December [1559], complaining that [Robert] Strynger refused to pay him part of his rents in money and kind for lands in Stillingfleet and Doncaster, [co. York]. 1p. Endorsed.
Folio 63
Sir Leonard Bekwith to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Garforth, [co. York], 8 September [c. 1550], stating that according to the King's commission labourers have been sent to Boroughbridge, [co. York], for transport to Berwick. Describes how ten persons riotously entered Benningbrough Grange, [co. York], held on lease from the Crown, on the death of his tenant [Thomas] Magnus. [Died 28 August 1550.] He has filed a bill of complaint before the Council and asks for an inquiry. 1p. Seal. Address: Lord President of the Council of the North.
Folio 65
Thomas Pudsay to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Barforth, [co. York], 11 [ 1559], stating that he has put in readiness a man, horse and necessary armour as ordered by the Queen's letters. ½p. Fragment of seal. Address: Lord President of the Council of the North.
Folio 67
Privy Council to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Westminster, 29 April 1559, ordering the re-examination of Mrs [Isabell] Fitzwilliam, widow, sentenced for slandering the Queen. [Acts of the Privy Council, 1558-1570, 95.] 1p. Seal. Address: Lord President of the Council of the North.
Folio 69
Privy Council to the Earl of Shrewsbury, and the rest of the Council, from St. James' [Palace, London], 26 May 1554, thanking him for his handling of the quarrel between Nevell and Rookesby. [Acts of the Privy Council, 1554-1566, 28.] 1p. Seal. Address: Lord President of the Council of the North.
Folio 71
Sir William Vauasour to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Berwick, 21 August 1555, asking for his intervention in a suit between John Ryther, his son-in-law, and [Ralph] Aske and [William] Acland, and mentioning a packed jury when the case was tried at York Assizes. 2½pp. Address: Lord President of the Council of the North.
Folio 73
Certificate of Sir Christopher Danby to the Earl of Shrewsbury, Lord President of the Council of the North, concerning the provision of a demi-lance according to the Queen's letters, [1550]. ½p. Endorsed.
Folio 75
Sir John Talbot to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Albrighton, [co. Salop.], 9 August no year, thanking him for assistance in a lawsuit. 1p. Seal. Endorsed.
Folio 77
The Earl of Westmorland to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Carlisle, 26 June 1557, informing him that the proceedings of the commissioners [for England and Scotland] are at an end [The commissioners met on 8 June. Edmund Lodge, Illustrations of British History, 1791, 2nd; edition, 1838, i, 293.] and that it remains for the sovereigns of the two countries to decide on war or peace. Mentions the arrival of 500 Frenchmen at Aylmouth, near Berwick, and preparations for a Scottish invasion. 1p. Fragment of seal. Address: Lord President of the Council of the North and Lieutenant General.
Folio 79
Lord Wharton to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Berwick, 4 October 1557, reporting the seisure of 24 sheep and 5 head of cattle at Wharton, [co. Westm.], which were taken to Appleby, [co. Westm.], by the under-sheriff and Thomas Blenkinsop, and asking for the Earl's protection. 1p. Seal. Address: Lord Lieutenant in the North.
Folio 81
The Earl of Westmorland to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Raby, [co. Durham], 30 October 1557, acknowledging gentle letters from the Earl, and the Queen's letters of thanks for his services against the Scots. [A letter of thanks was sent by the Privy Council on 25 August 1557. Acts of the Privy Council, 1556-1558, 160.] 1p. Broken seal. Address: Lord President of the Council of the North.
Folio 83
Cuthbert Horsleye to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Screnwood, [co. Northumb.], 31 March 1557, stating that John Barrowe and John Dyxon seised Ford Castle, co. Northumb. [on 27 March], from Thomas Carre, who has held it for eight years by the curtesy of England, his wife Elizabeth being grand-daughter and heir general of the late Sir William Heron, kt., and the daughter of William Heron, only son of the late Sir William. On the next day, Gyles Heron, Treasurer of Berwick, and Robert Barrowe, Mayor of the same, made a fray with Robert Carre, brother of Thomas, in which Barrowe was killed and Heron wounded. Fears this may lead to more serious disturbances. [Acts of the Privy Council, 1556-1558, 72-3, 77, 86, 254, Edmund Lodge, Illustrations of British History, 1791, 2nd; edition, 1838, i, 277-81, iii, unpublished papers, 21 (12, 19).] 2½pp. Address: Lord President of the Council of the North.
Folio 85
John Va[u]ghan and Anne Knevett, his wife, [The marriage took place in or before 1552. Acts of the Privy Council, 1552-1554, 9.] to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Clandon, co. Surr., 15 September no year, asking his assistance in a lawsuit brought by William Pawnets and Nicholas Towned for possession of certain lands of the inheritance of Anne in Escrick, [co. York], and claiming that the tenant had held them for 50 years and her ancestors for 200 years. 1p. Endorsed.
Folio 87
The Archbishop of York to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Cawood, [co. York], 15 August 1550, mentioning letters from the Privy Council to the Earl concerning a bill of complaint brought by [ ] Willestrope against the Archbishop for non-payment of £8 for every soldier lacking in his command when he came northwards. The Archbishop denies having promised the sum, and describes the disorderly conduct of Willestrope's troop and the arrangements made for his payment. 2pp. Address: Lord President of the Council of the North.
Folio 89
The Earl of Westmorland to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Raby, [co. Durham], 28 February no year [possibly 1555], relating to a lawsuit between William Bulmer, esquire, and William Bell, parson of Middleton-in-Teesdale, [co. Durham]. The subject of the dispute is not stated. 1/2p. Seal. Address: Lord President of the Council of the North.
Folio 91
Sir Henry Savile to [the Earl of Shrewsbury] from Soothill, [co. York], 6 April no year, stating that the bearer, who was taken prisoner and allowed home on the bond of the writer's cousin John Tempest, wishes to know the Earl's pleasure. Matters relating to wards, 1p. Seal. Address: Lord Lieutenant.
Folio 93
Thomas Cymis [?] to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from York, 14 April 1557, reporting that on the previous day he and Mr. [Leonard] Beckwith had taken bonds from Richard Robert, John Cooke and Christopher Hyndle to keep the peace. In the night Beckwith was taken ill, and it is impossible for him to ride into Northumberland as appointed. Suggests Sir George Conyers, Serjeant Meinell and Richard Norton as substitutes. 1p. Broken seal. Address: Lord President of the Council of the North.
Folio 95
Sir Thomas Gargrave to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Kinsley, [co. York], 13 April 1557, acknowledging the receipt of various letters relating to Northumberland matters and to a commission of oyer and terminer. Mentions George Heron's bill of complaint, and advises certifying the Privy Council, the Earl of Westmorland, and the Bishop of Durham, of the affair. Recommends that if Wyll Collyngwood of Kennystone and John Collyngwood of Etal, [co. Northumb.] come to the house of Robert Collyngwood of Berwick, they be arrested and sent to Newcastle. A postscript states that he has sent to the Earl of Cumberland a copy of the bill against him, and asks if he should arrest the Bellyngs[?] and Robert Constable. 2pp. Address: Lord President of the Council of the North.
Folio 97
Oswald Wilkinson to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from York Castle, 20 April 1557, enclosing an account of the escape of Thomas Holmes, a prisoner. 3pp. Address: Lord President of the Council and Lieutenant General.
Folio 100
Oswald Wilkinson to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from the camp before St. Quentin, 27 August 1557, describing the capture of the town by the Imperial forces, the assault on the south side being made by the English contingent. Mentions the death of Lord Henry Dudley in the assault. 1p. Address: Lord President of the Council of the North.
Folio 102v
Certificate by Ralph Constable, lieutenant, and Thomas Dalton, Mayor of Kingston-upon-Hull, [co. York], addressed to the Archbishop of York, Lord President of the Council of the North, of the musters in the town and county of the same, [1548]. Signed by William Strickland. 2pp.
Folio 106
Complaint by the Justices of the Peace, the Sheriff and four representatives of the town of Kingston-upon-Hull, [co. York], to the Earl of Shrewsbury, Lord President of the Council of the North, 5 February 1550/1, of the behaviour of the garrison under Ralph Constable. 4pp.
Folio 108
Walter Jobson, Mayor, and five others of the town of Kingston-upon-Hull, [co. York], to the Earl of Shrewsbury, [January 1549/50], reminding him that while he was in London, shortly before Christmas, the two burgesses of Parliament for the town had presented a bill to the Privy Council concerning its liberties and customs, and had been assured that they should enjoy all privileges bestowed by letters patent, which had been confirmed by the King [Edward VI], and that when Henry VIII built the castle of Drypool these liberties were not curtailed. They now complain that Ralph Constable, deputy of Sir Michael Stanhope, constable of the castle, usurps their privileges, and beg the Earl's assistance. They promise to send him a tun of Gascon wine as soon as it arrives in port. [The Privy Council ordered the Earl to look into the dispute with Constable on 19 February 1549/50. Acts of the Privy Council, 1547-1550, 396.] 2pp. Address: Lord President of the Council of the North.
Folio 110
The Archbishop of York to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Cawood, [co. York], 13 September 1550, relating that on complaint of a poor woman of Wistow, [co. York], that her husband had been assaulted by Francis Towrye, a busy fellow and a common barrator, he had ordered Towrye to be brought to York Castle for trial, but he had escaped from William Lyndale, gaoler of the Castle. Asks the Earl to send Towrye back if he should come in his jurisdiction. 1p. Address: Lord President of the Council of the North.
Folio 112
Richard Warde and William Benbrygge, bailiffs of the town of Derby, to the Earl of Shrewsbury at Sheffield, from Derby, 24 April 1550, about the musters of the town. 1p. Endorsed. Hole in the text.
Folio 114
Inventories [Not printed in Inventories of Church Goods, Surtees Soc. xcvii.] of plate, bells and ornaments made to the King's Commissioners, Sir William Farefax, Sir Robert Stapleton, kts., William Bacholer and Thomas Gudyere, Sheriffs of the City of York. 2pp.
Healaugh, by the vicar and churchwardens.
Bishopthorpe, by the vicar and churchwardens, 3 March 1548/9.
Rufforth, by the vicar, churchwardens and some parishioners.
Acomb, by the vicar, churchwardens and some parishioners.
No inventory.
Folio 116
Robert Swyfte to [the Earl of Shrewsbury], from London, 12 July [1556], relating to the imprisonment in the Tower of [Lord Braye], his interview in the presence of the lieutenant of the Tower with his wife [Anne], the Earl's daughter, the progress of her suit to Queen Mary and its cost. [Another letter from Swyfte on the same subject, dated 22 June 1556, is printed in Edmund Lodge, Illustrations of British History, 1791, 2nd; edition, 1838, i, 265.] He mentions that the conspirators [Henry] Pekhame and [John] Danyell were executed on Tower Hill on Wednesday last [8 July], and that two marriages at Court had taken place on the day of writing, one of them that of Viscount Montagu with [Magdalen] Dacre [daughter of William, 3rd Lord Dacre of Gilsland]. 2pp. Address: 'To my Lorde.'
Folio 118
The Archbishop of York and Lord Chancellor to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from York Place, [London], 16 September 1557, consenting to act as one of the executors of the Earl's will. 1p. Broken seal. Endorsed.
Folio 120
Certificate of the Mayor, Aldermen and Sheriffs of Kingston-upon-Hull, [co. York], of all able bowmen, billmen and horsemen within the town and county of Hull, containing lists of names for each ward of the town and parish in the county, 1 March 1553/4. 22pp.
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DS/UK/6020Paulet; William (1485-1572); 1st Marquess of Winchester (1551); Lord Treasurer (1550)1485-1572
GB/109/17293Percy; Thomas (1528-1572); 7th Earl of Northumberland1528-1572
GB/109/17294Petre; Sir; William (c 1505-1572); Administratorc 1505-1572
DS/UK/5192England and Wales; Privy Council; 1536-17071536-1707
GB/109/17296Radcliffe; Henry (1507-1557); 2nd Earl of Sussex1507-1557
GB/109/17298Rochester; Sir; Robert (c1500-1557); Controller of the Householdc1500-1557
DS/UK/6022Sackville; Sir; Richard (-1566); administrator-1566
GB/109/17303Savile; Sir; Henry (c1517-1569); of Lupsetc1517-1569
GB/109/17306Seymour; Sir; Edward (c 1500-1552); 1st Duke of Somersetc 1500-1552
GB/109/17309Talbot; Francis (1500-1560); 5th Earl of Shrewsbury1500-1560
DS/UK/5958Talbot; George (c.1522-1590); 6th earl of Shrewsburyc.1522-1590
GB/109/16184Talbot; Gilbert (1553-1616); 7th Earl of Shrewsbury1553-1616
GB/109/17312Stanley; Edward (1509-1572); 3rd Earl of Derby1509-1572
GB/109/17322Talbot; Anne (c 1541-1584)c 1541-1584
GB/109/15224Thirlby; Thomas (c.1500-1570); Bishop of Elyc.1500-1570
DS/UK/3216Tunstall; Cuthbert (1474-1559); Bishop of Durham1474-1559
GB/109/17331Wharton; Thomas (c 1495-1568); 1st Baron Whartonc 1495-1568
GB/109/19075Mary (1542-1587); Queen of Scots1542-1587
NA2249Mary I (1516-1558); Queen of England and Ireland1516-1558
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