DANYELLs in State Papers
- 1509 12/6 Henry Danyell - Pardon Rolls - general pardon to Henry Danyell, of Helgay, Erseton and Elgay, Norfolk, clerk - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/1-1/242/438-3-m13.
- 1509 18/6 William Danyell - Empson and Dudley - .... On Monday before the feast of St Margaret, at the Guildhall, Dudley pleaded not guilty. Venire was awarded for Tuesday, when some of those impanelled appeared and some did not; and of those who appeared .... were sworn, but the rest .... William Danyell were rejected as not having lands worth 40s yearly. .... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/1-2/1549/Appendix-2.
- 1509 21/5 Thomas Danyell - The King's Records - Note of a payment of 53s 4d to Thomas Danyell, John Wodhall and William Horde, officers of the receipt, and eight persons with them for five days, cleaning the three treasuries containing the King's records, viz, one within the abbey of Westminster ands the other two within the Receipt aforesaid, "per breve generale currens de Privato Sigillo termino Pasche anno primo Regis nunc." - Amount entered and signed by Sir John Cutte. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/1-1/26/46.
- 1509 9/7 Edmund, Grace and John Danyell - Pardon Rolls - general pardon to John Daneell, Danell, Daniell or Danyell, of Messynges, Essex, grandson and heir of Grace Danyell, widow, relict of Edmond Danyell, esquire, of Messynges, and of the said Edmond, 9 July. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/1-1/213/438-1-m21.
- 1510 ?/2 John Danyell - Thomas Cardigan - Petition for a privy seal to direct the Exchequer to pay him [Thomas Cardigan] 50l 0s 6d, being the dower of his wife Margaret, late wife of Edward Trussell, out of the money paid by John, earl of Oxford, John Veer, cousin of the same Earl, and John Danyell, for the wardship and marriage, granted them by Henry 7, of Elizabeth daughter and heiress of Edward son and heir of Sir William Trussell. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/1-1/169/380.
- 1510 1/2 Stephen and Alice Danyell - Pardon Rolls - general pardon to Roger Michell, Mychell, Michelle, or Michill, of Opsham, Devon, merchant, executor of Alice widow of Stephen Danyell, of Charmouth, merchant, 1 February. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/1-1/213/438-1-m21.
- 1510 2/3 John Danyell - John Veer, esquire for the Body, who has married Elizabeth Trussell. Grant of the issue and revenues of the lands of the said Elizabeth, sister and heiress of John, son of Edward, son of Sir William Trussell, from 31 January last until 2 June then next following, received by his own hands, by the hands of John, earl of Oxford, and John Danyell, and by all farmers of the lands. Greenwich 2 March 1 Henry 8. Delivered Westminster 12 March. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/1-1/191/414-31.
- 1510 12/3 Gerard Danyell - Pardon Rolls - general pardon to Gerard Danyell, of London, fishmonger, 12 March. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/1-1/251/438-3-m26.
- 1510 28/7 Thomas Danyell - William Vertue. To be, during pleasure, master mason of the works in the Tower of London, and elsewhere, with 12d a day, and a robe from the Great Wardrobe, at Christmas, like the suit of esquires of the Household, as lately held by Thomas Danyell. Easthampstead, 20 July 2 Henry 8. Delivered Otford 28 July. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/1-1/323/546-72.
- 1513 14/6 ? Daniel - Sir Robert Southwell accounts - .... 14 June. two hogsheads of wine "that ye gave to Master Daniel" 3l 7s 8d. .... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/1-2/1204/2765.
- 1513 18/6 Henry Everard - The Guienne Expedition - .... 2. Bill for 170l received by Henry Everard, secretary to my lord Treasurer [the Earl of Surrey, soon to be Duke of Norfolk], on behalf of John Grenewey. .... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/1-2/909/2008-2.
- 1513 9/7 John Danyell - Pardon Rolls - general pardon to John Danyell of Hitchin, Hertfordshire, Warmester, Wiltshire, Coventry, Bedford and Blecsall, Bedfordshire, tailor or yeoman, 9 July. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/1-1/820/1803-2-m2.
- 1513 23/8 Hugh Danyell - Feodary for Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire - Appontment of Hugh Danyell as feodary of lands held in chief; with authority to take the persons of heirs under age, and deliver them to Sir Thomas Lovell, treasurer of the King's Household and master of such heirs, and, after due inquisition before escheators or other commissioners, to take their lands into the King's hands; also to be general receiver of all such land. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/1-2/995/2222-12.
- 1514 Henry Everard - The Exchequer - Fiat of admission of Henry Everard as one of the Tellers of the Exchequer, in place of John Daunce. undated. signed T Norfolk - found among writs of 5 Henry 8 - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/1-2/1229/2829.
- 1514 15/1 James Danyell - Charles viscount Lisle to Daunce. - .... Further allowance prayed for the wages of James Danyell, Sir William Apparr, with followers, etc, to the extent of 102l 18s 10d. .... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/1-2/1129/2575-ii.
- 1515 1/6 Henry Everard - Customs - Receipts and issues of John Hasylwood, John Jenyns, and Henry Everard, customers for easter term 6 and 7 Henry 8; with an account of sums remaining in the hands of Sir John Daunce, Robert Fowler and John Myllett. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/2-1/151/545.
- 1515 9/7 Henry Everard - War Expences - .... (143) Pay Benedict Morovelli and John Campucci, merchants of Luke for saltpetre. 14 June 5 Henry 8. Endorsed with Henry Everarde's receipt for 100l in part payment 9 July. .... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/1-2/1510/3613-II-143.
- 1515 22/9 Edward Danyell - St Albans - Grant in Pursuance of indenture to Barthomomew Westby [note same name in King's household], Richard Broke, Anthony Fitzherbert, Robert Troublefeld, George Skipwith, Thomas Waren, Robert Barlee, Edward Danyell, Thomas Blake, and John Skipwith, of More, Asshelees, Bacheworth, Britwell and Estbury, Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Middlesex, except the lease granted to Thomas Bishop of Durham by patent 1 April 4 Henry 8. A mortmaion licence to grant the premises to the abbot and convent of St Albans Hertfordshire. Knoll 22 September. - Release of crown title to the same possessions; with warranty against the Abbott of Westminster. Knoll 25 Septrember. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/2-1/253/939.
- 1516 Thomas Danyell and Henry Everard - Fees and Annuities paid by the King - To the Treasurer and the Barons of the Exchequer granted by Henry 7: the Duke of Norfolk, treasurer during pleasure 365l, Sir W Hody, chief baron of the Exchequer 100l, Bartholomew Westby, second baron, Robert Blagge, third baron, Edward Denny, fourth baron 46l 13s 4d each during pleasure, Sir Thomas Lovell, chancellor of the Exchequer for life 26l 13s 4d, Robert Blagge, King's remembrancer 55l 17s 4d, John Smyth, treasurer's remembrancer 64l 2s 6d, William Purdee, clerk of the Pipe for life 47l 19s 17d, Robert Waleys, comptroller of the Pipe during pleasure 14l 14s 7d, Thomas Tomworth, John Golding, Edward Chamber, John Geddeley, George Dalyson auditors of Exchequer during good behaviour 10l, Thomas Pymme, "oppositor forinsecus" during pleasure 16l 13s 4d, Thomas Walsshe, clerk of the estreats during pleasure 15l, Willioam Yong, clerk of the pleas during pleasure 100s, Richard Hyll, marshall during pleasure 100s, Thomas Sacheverell, clerk of the summons during pleasure 4l, John Moreyce, chamberlain in behalf of the Earl of Shrewsbury 5l, John Forster and John Copwood, secondaries for the King's remembrancer during pleasure 8l, John Castell and John Dodde secondaries for the treasurer during pleasure 9l, Thomas Caundisshe and John Pette secondaries for the Pipe during pleasure 10l, Ussher of the Exchequer for travelling expences, wax, etc for life 32l 14s 0.5d - granted by Henry 8 to Sir Edward Belknapp, auditor during pleasure 10l - To chamberlains, under treasurers, and other officers of the receipt of Exchequer granted by Henry 7: George Earl of Shrewsbury vice Giles Lord Dawbeney, and Sir John Heron vice Sir Sampson Norton, chamberlains for life 52l 3s 4d each, Sir John Cutte, under treasurer during pleasure 173l 6s 8d, John Hasylwod, Robert Fowler, Henry Everard, John Jenyns, tellers during good behaviour 31l 13s 4d each, Thomas Danyell vice John Lewis, dead, writer of tallies during life 41l 13s 4d, John Uvedale, vice Robert Blackwall, writer of the pells for life 17l 10s, John Heron cutter of the tallies for Sir John Heron during pleasure 10l, John Horde cutter of the tallies for the earl of Shrewsbury during pleasure 10l, John Dyggeby writer of the counter roll for Sir John Heron during pleasure 6l, Edward Pennant writer of the counter roll for the Earl of Shrewsbury during pleasure 6l, Sir William Compton usher of the receipts, wages, necessaries, etc for life 26l 13s 4d, William Gylbert porter of the bag for life 6l 6s 8d, for providing parchment for life 6l 13s 4d, four messengers for life 6l 6s 10.5d each, Henry Pemberton, during pleasure 100s. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/2-1/877/2736.
- 1516 ?/6 Henry Everard - Subsidy - Account of subsidies of the Lords and Commonalty, Easter to Whitsuntide, 7 and 8 Henry 8. Sums in the hands of Robert Fowler. Receipts of John Jenyns, John Haselwode and Henry Everard. - Accounts of Henry Everard, John Hasylwod and John Jenyns of the tenths, fifteenths and subsidies collected by them for Easter term 7 and 8 Henry 8 - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/2-1/574/1974.
- 1516 29/9 Henry Everard - Exchequer - Tellers account from Easter to Michaelmas 7 and 8 Henry 8, ie if John Hasylwod, Robert Fowler, John Jenyns, Henry Everard and John Millett - total remaining in their hands 435l 19s 9.25d - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/2-1/748/2399.
- 1518 2/10 John Danyell - Jenkin Vaughan - Warrant by the Duke of Norfolk to make out the usual process for a grant which the King has made to his servant Jenkin Vaughan of 15l forfeited by Humphrey Rider of Kakeney, and Alice his wife. Written at our manor of Honnysdon, 2 October, signed - P1 Add To etc John Danyell, our clerc of the King's receipt. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/Addenda-1-2/61/222.
- 1519 19/7 ?[Thomas] Danyell and ?[Henry] Everard - Exchequer Expences - Easter term 11 Henry 8. Account of the bags and paper supplied to Mr Jenyns, Mr Treasurer's servant, Mr Hasylwod, Mr Everard, Mr Fouler, Mr Danyell, Sir John Dauneye, Mr Wodwall and Henry Pemyrton, bags 18 dozen and 9, at 2s the dozen; paper, 1 ream 8 quartos at 3s 4d a ream. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/3-1/136/389.
- 1519 2/11 William and Thomasia Danyell - Thomas Lightfote. Licence to alienate the moiety of the manor of Newlond near Writell, Essex, in tail, to Thomasia wife of William Danyell, leather dresser of London, and a daughter and heir of Thomas, brother of John Bardefelde,; with remainder to John son and heir of Alice Lightfote, sister of the said John Bardefelde, or else to Thomas son and heir of Edward Cloville, of Coldehall, or to John son of John Leventhorp of Shengill Hall. - William Rede, goldsmith of London, heir of Bartholomew Rede. Licence to alienate to the same Thomasia the moiety of the manor of Gyng Margarete, Essex, with remainder as above. - Westminster 2 November. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/3-1/181/529-1and2.
- 1522 2/12 Christopher Danyel - The book of the view, valuation and tax of the university of Cambridge .... St Johns College .... Scolastici .... Christopher Danyel .... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/Addenda-1-2/107/357.
- 1523 9/6 John Danyell - Kingston upon Hull - Incorporation of the guild of St George the Martyr, in the church of Holy trinity, Kingston upon Hull, to consist of an alderman, John Meterson, two wardens, Thomas Dalton and John Danyell, and others of both sexes - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/3-2/1315/3146-9.
- 1523 28/6 Thomas Danyell - Cinque Ports - .... in custody William Gybbes, Thomas Danyell; .... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/3-1/550/1372.
- 1523 2/7 ?[Thomas] Danyell - Cinque Ports - viii Acknowledgement by Thomas Cockes, customer of Sandwich, of the receipt from Master Danyell of a certificate under the seal of the mayoralty of Sandwich, concerning the shipping and unshipping of horses. 2 july 15 Henry 8 - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/3-2/1290/3066-viii.
- 1523 30/8 Edmund Danyell and Henry Everard - Commission to Collect the Subsidy for the counties - Suffolk - Sir Robert Drury, Sir William Walgrave, Sir Anthony Wyngfeld, Sir Arthur Hopton, Sir Richard Wentworth, Sir John Henyngham, Sir William Clopton, Sir John Willoughby, Sir Philip Tylney, Sir Philip Bothe, Sir William Rows, Sir Thomas Tirrell, Sir Edward Ichyngham, Sir John Glemham, Thomas Wentworth, Humphrey Wyngfeld, Lionel Talmache, Thomas Lucas, Francis Calthrop, Andrew Sulyard, Edmond Rokewood, Robert Crane, Ralph Everard, John Sulyard, George Mannock, James Tirell, John Jernyngham, Thomas Russhe, Henry Everard, Philip Bernard, Edmund Poley, Christopher Harman, Richard Lloid, Robert Broun, Thomas Jermyn, William Latymer, Robert Forde senior, John Hervy, Henry Pope, John Hervy, William Rede of Beccles, William Hill, Robert Reynold, John Depden, Edmund Purrey, Robert Gosnold, Thomas Bacon, Roger Martyn, John Smyth of Candysshe, Edmund Danyell senior, Matthew Herman, Christopher Jenny, John Gentleman, Thomas Croxton, Thomas Haliday and William Hobard - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/3-2/1365/3282.
- 1523 30/8 James Daniel - Commission to Collect the Subsidy for the counties - Lincoln, Kesteven - .... James Danyell, William Husey, .... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/3-2/1365/3282.
- 1523 30/8 John Danyell - Commission to Collect the Subsidy for the counties - Essex - Sir Roger Wentworth, Sir Thomas Tirrell, Sir Richard Fitzlewz, Sir John Reynesford, Sir William Pyrton, Sir Geoffrey Gates, Sir John Grene, Sir Thomas Tey, Sir Giles Capell, William Pyrton, George Willoughby, John Seyntclere, John Sakvyle, Thomas Boneham, Robert Foster, Sir Humphrey Broun serjeant at law, Edward Tyrell, John Tyrell, Henry Makwilliam, Anthony Darcy, Henry Torell, John Josseleyn, John Danyell, Walter Froste, William Bradbury, John Chessill, Henry Clovill, John Barnes, John Strangman, Edward Hales, John Warner, Bartholomew Prowes, Peter Barons, and John Carleton - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/3-2/1367/3282.
- 1524 1/8 Edmund Danyell and Henry Everard - Commission to Collect the Subsidy for the counties - Suffolk - Sir Robert Drury, Sir William Walgrave, Sir Anthony Wyngfeld, Sir Arthur Hopton, Sir Richard Wentworth, Sir John Henyngham, Sir William Clopton, Sir John Willoughby, Sir Philip Tylney, Sir Philip Bothe, Sir William Rows, Sir Thomas Tyrrell, Sir Edward Ichyngham, Sir John Glemham, Thomas Wentworth, Humphrey Wyngfeld, Lionel Talmache, Thomas Lucas, Francis Calthrop, Andrew Sulyard, Edmond Rokewood, Robert Crane, Ralph Everard, John Sulyard, George Mannock, James Tyrrell, John Jernyngham, Thomas Russhe, Henry Everard, Philip Barnard, Edmund Poley, Christopher Harman, Richard Lloid, Robert Broun, Thomas Jermyn, William Latymer, Robert Ford senior, John Hervy, Henry Pope, John Hervy, William Rede of Beccles, William Hyll, Robert Reynold, John Depden, Edmund Purrey, Robert Gosnold, Thomas Bacon, Roger Martyn, John Smyth of Candysshe, Edmund Danyell senior, Matthew Herman, Christopher Jenny, John Gentleman, Thomas Croxton, Thomas Halyday and William Hobard - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/4-1/238/547.
- 1524 William Daniell - The Provost of Beverley - .... Rents of other lands in the Hye Street, Beverley, Lokyngton, Gyllyng, and Hoton Craswike, are with-held by Mr Copyndall, William Thwaytts, my lord of Northumberland, William Daniell and Mr Hothome. .... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/4-1/420/967.
- 1524 1/8 James Danyell - Commission to Collect the Subsidy for the counties - Lincoln, Kesteven - .... James Danyell, William Husey, .... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/4-1/237/547.
- 1524 1/8 John Danyell - Commission to Collect the Subsidy for the counties - Essex - Sir Roger Wentworth, Sir Thomas Tyrell, Sir Richard Fitzlewz, Sir John Reynesford, Sir William Pyrton, Sir Geoffrey Gates, Sir John Grene, Sir Thomas Tey, Sir Giles Capell, Sir? William Pyrton, George Willoughby, John Seyntclere, John Sakvyle, Thomas Boneham, Robert Forster, Humphrey Broun serjeant at law, Edward Torell, Henry Makwilliam, Anthony Darcy, Henry Torell, John Josseleyn, John Danyell, Walter Froste, William Bradbury, John Chessyll, Henry Clovyll, John Barnes, John Strangman, Edward Hales, John Warner, Bartholomew Prows, Peter Barons, John Carleton, Thomas Wyburgh, Richard Bayneham, John Dawes, and John Nasshe. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/4-1/236/547.
- 1525 20/3 John Daniel - Works - Receipt by Sir Thomas Boleyn, treasurer of the Household, for 100 marks from Sir John Daniel, for repairs of the King's manors of Tunbridge and Penshurst, and the stone Bridge at Tunbridge - 20 March 16 Henry 8 - signed - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/4-1/525/1198.
- 1525 29/9 Thomas Danyell and Henry Everard - The King's Wardrobe - .... Robes etc for the duke of Norfolk, treasurer, Sir John Fitzjames, chief baron of Exchequer, William Wutton, John Halys, William Elys, barons of Exchequer, Sir John Bourchier, lord Barnes, chancellor of Exchequer, Thomas Walshe, remembrancer, John Smythe, remembrancer, John Purdowe, engrosser, the earl of Shrewsbury and Henry Goldeforde, chamberlains, Sir Thomas More, sub-treasurer, Thomas Danyell and John Wodall, clerks of the receipt, Thomas Tamworthe, auditor, Henry Everard, teller, Ralph Pexall, clerk of the Crown, Sir Andrew Wyndesore, Lawrence Gower, clerk of the Wardrobe, Richard Radclyff and Ralph Gower, clerk of Wardrobe, Richard Gibson, William Gisnam, collector. .... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/4-1/748/1673.
- 1526 Henry Everard - Wolsey's College - .... (v) Grants made by the prior of Tunbridge .... rent of Denarston to Henry Everard rent paid to Cromwell and the prior .... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/4-1/989/2217-2-v.
- 1526 ?/1 Thomas Danyell and Henry Everard - The Royal Household - .... Treasurer of England and Officers of the Exchequer: the duke of Norfolk, treasurer 365l, Sir John Fitzjames, chief baron of the Exchequer 100l, William Wotton, second baron 46l 13s 4d, William Elys, third baron 46l 13s 4d, John Hales, fourth baron 46l 13s 4d, John Bourchyr, lord Berneys, chancellor of the Exchequer 26l 13s 4d, Thomas Walshe, King's remembrancer 55l 17s 4d, John Smyth, treasurer's remembrancer 64l 2s 1d, William Purde, clerk of the great roll 47l 15s 10d, John Webster, comptroller of the great roll 15l, Edward Chamber, auditor of accounts 10l, Thomas Tomworth, auditor in the Exchequer and in the Prince's chamber 20l, John Sydley, auditor 10l, John Goldyng, auditor 10l, William Pryce, auditor 10l, John Moreys, clerk of the tallies for George, earl of Shrewsbury 5l, John Parker, clerk of the tallies for Sir Henry Guildeford 5l, Richard Hyll, marshall 5l, William Assheby, clerk of the estreats 15l, Thomas Pymme, foreign apposer of the estreats 16l 13s 4d, Robert Castleton, clerk of the pleas 5l, William Couper, clerk of the summons in the office of the King's remembrancer 4l, Richard Foster, secondary in the said office 4l, William Copwood, secondary in the said office 4l, John Castell, secondary in the office of the treasurer's remembrancer 5l, Christopher More, secondary in the said office 4l, William Thomas and John Vaghun, secondaries in the offgice of the Pipe 5l each, Ushers of the Exchequer 42l 13s 1d, total 999l 15s. - Under treasurer and Receipt of the Exchequer: George, earl of Shrewsbury and Sir Henry Guildeforde, chamberlains of receipt 52l 3s 4d, Sir Thomas More, under treasurer 173l 6s 8d, Thomas Danyell, officer for writing tallies etc 41l 13s 4d, John Uvedale, officer for writing the parchments 17l 10s, Hasylwod, Robert Fowler, Henry Everard, and William Gonson, tellers 31l 13s 4d each, William Horde and Richard Warner, clerks for cutting the tallies etc on the part of George, earl of Shrewsbury and Guldeford 10l each, Henry Pemberton, clerk for the same 9l, Edward Perrante and John Lambe clerks for writing the comptrolment of the pell 6l each, Sir William Compton usher of the receipts 33l 15s 5.5d, William Gilbert porter of the bag 6l 6s 8d, Angelo Uske, Thomas Whyte, Robert Croxton, and John Hune messengers 6l 6s 10.5d each, total 571l 19s 7.5d. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/4-1/870/1939.
- 1527 15/2 Henry Everard - Exchequer - Tellers' account of the Exchequer, showing - 1. the receipts for 1 year, Michaelmas 17 to Michaelmas 18 Henry 8, from sheriffs and escheators, customers and other officers; total 14262l 7s. Of the above revenue 6396l 10s was delivered to Sir Henry Wyatt in bonds, 6642l 12s paid in wages to officers of the receipt. the balance is charged upon Sir John Cute deceased under-treasurer of England, John Mylatt deceased, and Joseph Hasylwod, Henry Everard, Robert Fowler and William Gonson tellers .... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/4-2/1290/2888.
- 1527 23/2 Henry Everard - Revenue - Account of moneys derived from taxes in the hands of the tellers of the Exchequer, audited by Sir William Compton under-treasurer of England, 23 February 18 Henry 8, viz in the hands of - 1 John Hasylwod .... total 932l 7s 1d - 2 William Gonson total 861l 16s 8d - 3 Henry Everard total 2186l 1s 10d - 4 Robert Fowler total 140l 4s 4.5d - total paid over to Sir Henry Wyall 4120l 9s 11.5d - moneys derived from the crown revenues in the teller's hands 15 February 18 Henry 8 .... Henry everard 751l .... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/4-2/1300/2911.
- 1528 8/7 ?[John] Danyell - E Countess of Oxford to Wolsey - Would gladly have complied with the request in his letter of the 2 July, to allow the master of his works to take stone and "calions" out of her cliff at Herwiche [Harwich?]; but on sending her receiver Danyell thither to meet Wolsey's chaplains, it was found little could be spared without injury to the town, as the cliff is not of stone, "but only the stone there remaining lieth as a forelonde to defend the same; if that were gone, the cliff to be washed away within short space." Wolsey may, however have as much as can be safely spared. signed. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/4-2/1962/4484.
- 1528 16/10 John Danyell - John Danyell of Messyng, Essex. - exemption, during the time he remains in the service of Elizabeth, countess of Oxford, from being made sheriff, etc of any county in England - delivered Westminster 16 October 20 Henry 8 - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/4-2/2119/4896-16.
- 1529 Martin Daniel - .... complaints by Sir John Arondel, Thomas Conderow and Martin Daniel of Cornwall - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/20-1/589/1202/xiv.
- 1530 ?/11 Henry Everard - Cardinal Wolsey - .... Creditor of such debts as the lord Cromwell ought under divers persons at his departure from Cawood, and not yet paid .... To Henry Everard for the testament of John Broughton esquire whose goods came to the Cardinal's hand 700l .... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/4-3/3048/6748-15.
- 1532 14/2 John? Danyel - Exchequer - Fragment of a very illegible account injured by damp and bearing date 14/2 23rd Henry 8. Names mentioned: Mr Danyell in the Receipt, Mr Johnson, John Byll - index gives this as John Danyell .... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/Addenda-1-2/263/769.
- 1532 17/2 ? Danyel - Treaty - Receipt by William Knyghte, archdeacon of Richmond, dated 17 February 23 Henry 8, for a book of Sir Thomas Moore, lord chancellor, containing complaints proposed by him and my lord of Duresham, to the ambassadors of the prince of Castile at Bruges, received from Mr Danyel, auditor of the King's receipt. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/5/385/811.
- 1532 12/5 Thomas Danyelle - Henry Makwilliam, George Colte, Edmund Grey, Christopher Gouldyngham, Christopher Coo, Henry Spilman, Thomas Danyelle, John Sprynge, and Robert Crane. Pardon for having acquired, by fine before Sir Robert Brudenell and his associates, justices of the Common Pleas, to themselves and the heirs of the said Thomas, from Sir William Clopton and Thomasina his wife, the moiety of the manor of Newton Belhouse, alias Newynton Belhouse, 300 acres of land, 200 acres of meadow, 500 acres of pasture, 40 acres of wood, and 10l rents in Newyngton, Cheryngton, Hithe, Felston [Folkestone], and Dommersche, Kent. Westminster 12 May. Vacated because elsewhere. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/5/127a/278/13.
- 1532 18/10 William Knyghtley - Robert Gygges and Alice his wife, and Richard Gunnor and Constance his wife. Licence to alienate the manor of Estbekham, called Isaakys, Norfolk, to Edmund Wyndham, Francis Mountford, William Knyghtley, and Miles Groos. Westminster 18 October. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/5/635/1499/29.
- 1532 John Danyel - The names of prisoners in Ludgate .... John Danyell "lieth for his fees" .... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/Addenda-1-2/287/821.
- 1533 8/5 Nicholas Danyell - Nicholas Danyell of Exeter, merchant, a native of Venice. Denization. Greenwich 5 May 25 henry 8. Delivered Westminster 8 May - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/6/259/578/21.
- 1533 29/9 James Danyell - The Duke of Norfolk - Compotus of James Danyell and other receivers of Thomas Duke of Norfolk, in various counties, from Michaelmas 24 to Michaelmas 25 Henry 8 - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/6/489/1172.
- 1533 ?/12 John Danyell - Cromwell's Bonds - A brief register of such specialities as now, 15 May 25 Henry 8, remain in my master Thomas Cromwell's hands, supposed to be forfeited to the King for carrying out of corn and victuals. - .... Of John Daniel and Richard Salle, for delivery of 160 qrs grain at Southampton 10s .... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/6/215/480(ii).
- 1534 Richard Daniell - Grey Friars - .... Richard Daniell .... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/7/602/1607.
- 1534 Thomas Danyell - Grey Friars - .... Thomas Danyell .... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/7/601/1607.
- 1534 21/3 Hugh Danyell - Queen Anne Boleyn - [lands granted to Anne Boleyn] - .... Hugh Danyell, bailiff of Ayeshyne, within Clare Hall, 20s - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/7/147/352.
- 1534 13/8 John and Johan Danyell - John Russell to Cromwell - Richard Fulke of Crowle, county Worcestershire, wheelwright, and Joan, wife of John Danyell, husbandman, deposed before me concerning certain words spoken against the King by Edmund Brocke of Crowle, husbandman, whom I have committed to prison until the King's pleasure be known. St John's beside Worcester 13 August - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/7/415/1062.
- 1534 11/12 Thomas Danyell - Henry Earl of Essex to Cromwell - Hears from his servant Nicholas Orrell that Mr Treasurer complains that the Earl, in the case of a felon at Newport, has taken away the King's inheritance. The felon was taken four miles from Newport, and was suspected three months ago. A friend of the owner seized the goods, and Essex delivered them to him, taking a recognizance that he would proceed according to the King's laws. Hears from his steward that Cromwell has sent to the bailly of Sandwich to keep one Thomas Danyell. Wishes to have Daniell, that he may examine him with others whom he has here. Will send both the examinations and the parties to Cromwell. Did not hear of the King's coming until Friday. - What he sends is small, but the short warning is his excuse. Asks him to be good master to William Orrell. Stansted 11 December. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/7/570/1526.
- 1535 14/2 Mr Danyell - Corporation of London - Petition to the lord mayor, aldermen and common council of London for diminuation of the expenses of the shrievalty, setting forth that of late years divers aldermen and commoners have been reduced to extreme poverty after exercising the offices of sheriff and mayor, or even one of them; among whom mention is made of Sir Lawrence Aylmer and master Roger Acheley, mayors and masters Danyell, Bronde, Nynes, Isaacke, Coote, Holdernes, Keme, Worley and Caunton, sheriffs; .... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/8/78/208.
- 1535 26/2 ? Danyell - Henry Earl of Essex to Cromwell - This Friday, 26 February, has received his letter, and in accordance therewith sends up Crooke, the marshall of his hall, and William Westrae. Sends also Parkar and Marshall to the justices of assize at Bury. Has retained Allen Brewstar because Daniell is not yet come to Cromwell. Will therefore be at the King's commandment. - Stansted 26 February. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/8/106/268.
- 1535 ?/5 Nicholas Daniel - Nichlas Daniel to Thomas Batcok - [letter sent from St Sabastian where Nicholas Danyell is in prison]. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/8/278/745.
- 1535 12/8 John and Johan Danyell - Treason of Edmund Brocke - Richard Fulke of Crowle Worcestershire, wheelwright, and Johan, wife of John Danyell, husbandman, voluntarily declared before John Russell, esquire, JP for Worcestershire, that Edmund Brocke, husbandman, about 80 years of age, while going home from Worcester Market on Saturday before St Thomas's Day in the rain with Margaret wife of Thomas Higons said, " It is long of the King that this weather is so troublous or unstable, and I wene we shall never have better weather whilst the King reigneth, and therefore it maketh no matter if he were knocked or patted on the head.". - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/9/21/74.
- 1535 7/9 Thomas Daniell - Thomas Daniell, late of Kylbreste, in the parish of Tretyre Herefordshire, laborer. Pardon for the death of Robert Morys, at Kilbreste - Wollfall 7 September 27 Henry 8. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/9/165a/504/3.
- 1536 7/2 Thomas Danyell - Thomas Danyell of Kylbreste in the parish of Tretire Herefordshire, labourer. Pardon for having, on the 13 April 4 Henry 8 assaulted and killed Robert Moris at Kilbreste - Westminster 7 February. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/10/157a/392/15.
- 1537 18/1 Lawrence Danyell - Thomas Megges to Cromwell - .... So he came to Lawrence Danyell's house, where I was at dinner with Barth, Everard, Henry Ryppes, Sir John Whetholme, parson of Leveryngton, and many others, and entering bidding .... the blow and vaunted before Richard Everard .... - Dovenham 18 January. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/12-I/61/129.
- 1537 9/2 Lawrence Danyell - Trinity Guild of Stee Diche in Walsoken to Cromwell - .... During the election [of a master], on February 5, Cromwell's letters were delivered to them by Laurence Daniell of Wisbiche. .... Complain that Daniel will not allow them to read Cromwell's letter again or have a copy thereof .... Ask him to write to Cromwell. .... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/12-I/172/379.
- 1537 12/2 Henry Everard - Richard Fermour, citizen and grocer of London. Licence to alienate the manor of Smetonne Hall and 10 messuages, 200 acres of land, 100 acres of meadow, 100 acres of pasture, 60 acres of wood, and 100s rent in Bulmer, Lammarshe and Pedmarsshe, Essex, to Henry Everard and Lora his wife. Westminster 4 March. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/12-I/350a/795/8.
- 1537 7/10 ? Danyell - Robert Aldrich, Bishop of Carlisle to The Earl of Southampton privy seal - .... Has told his mind to Cromwell's servant Danyell, and will do what he wishes about making a further lease - [book in Cambridge university library annotated, changing recipient from Cromwell to Earl of Southampton, crossing out Cromwell's in front of servant, and suggesting date in 1541 - Eton 7 October - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/12-II/299/848.
- 1537 8/11 Thomas Danyell - Richard Bellyses, Robert Meynell and Ambros Myddelton to the Council in the North - This 3 November according to your letter we have examined Thomas Danyell and Henry Bukkery, in ward in the castle of Barnardcastell .... Both the "said friars" on their knees begged us to sue to your lordshipos to obtain their pardon. .... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/12-II/365/1045.
- 1537 Thomas Danyell - Their names are stated in the letter to the king to be Thomas Danyell, born in Devonshire, and professed at Canterbury, and Henry Bukkery, a lay brother, not professed, born in Old Lynne. They were among those, who during the late commotion entered into the house of the grey Friars at Newcastle, were expelled from thence by Norfolk, and went into scotland, from whence (as they said on being taken into custody by Sir Robert Bowes) they removed for very misery and great penury. - see State Papers Henry-8/V/123-note.
- 1537 13/11 Thomas Danyell - Tunstall and the Council of the North to Henry 8 - .... Their names are Thomas Danyell of Devonshire, professed at Canterbury, and Henry Bukkery, a lay preacher not professed, born at Old Lynne. .... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/12-II/379/1076.
- 1537 13/11 Thomas Danyell - Tunstall to Cromwell - .... Would know the King's pleasure touching the two friars Observants mentioned in their letter to the King. .... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/12-II/379/1076.
- 1537 22/11 Robert Danyell - Castleacre Priory - surrender of the priory with all its possessions in counties Norfolk, Lincolnshire, Suffolk, Essex, Middlesex and Cambridgeshire, and elsewhere in England and Wales, and the marches thereof, 22 November 29 Henry 8, signed by Thomas Mallyng prior, John Howrhowd, William Burburton, Robert Danyell, Robert Fyske, William Elis, John Bets, Edward Wadnowe, John Low, Robert Snape, and James Halman. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/12-II/391/1119.
- 1537 28/11 Thomas Danyell - Thomas Danyell of Sudbury and others commissioners of the peace in Suffolk - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/12-II/408a/1150/42.
- 1537 18/12 Thomas Danyell - Council of the North to Henry 8 - .... Send up as commanded, two Friar Observats who lately came out of Scotland. .... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/12-II/432/1231.
- 1537 George Danyell - Queen Jane Seymour - [people owing money to the late Queen include George Danyell of Clare, Suffolk] - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/12-II/341/974.
- 1538 Martin Daniell - .... complaints by Thomas Cowdron and Martin Daniell of Cornwall .... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/20-1/589/1202/xiv.
- 1538 ? Danyell - (i) "Gentlemen of my lord Privy Seal's mete to be preferred unto the King's Majesty's service," viz Lord Thomas Graye, Walter Hungreforde, Albery Veyre, Rauf Vane, ....; (ii) "Gentlemen most mete to be daily waiters upon my said lord and allowed in his house," viz Mr Walter Crumwell, John Willyamson, George pollarde, .....; (iii) "Gentlemen not to be allowed in my Lord's household afresaid but when they have commandment or cause necessary to repair thither," viz Thomas Rotheram, Richard Houghe, Nicholas Gyfforde, .... ? Danyell, .... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/13-II/497/1184.
- 1538 Thomas Danyel - ...(iii) [Thomas Danyel] and others witnesses in favour of Sir Nicolas Porter, parson of Freshwater, Isle of Wight who was accused of saying King had been cukcolded by Anne Boleyn] - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/13-I/497/1184.
- 1538 12/2 Thomas Danyell - Thomas Danyell of Sudbury and others commissioners of the peace in Suffolk - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/13-I/137b/384/64.
- 1538 18/3 Thomas Danyell - Thomas Danyell of Sudbury and others commissioners of sewers in Suffolk - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/13-I/246a/646/49.
- 1538 29/5 Thomas Danyell - Thomas Danyell of Sudbury and others commissioners of the peace in Suffolk - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/13-I/414b/1115/67.
- 1538 16/2 Henry Everard - Lease of the rectory of Daverston, Suffolk, with all houses, glebe lands, and tithes thereto belonging; parcel of the suppressed priory of Tunbridge, Kent, now in the king's hands by the conviction of Thomas late cardinal archbishop of York for breach of the statute of provisors; for 21 years, at 4l rent and 12d increase. delivered Westminster 16 february 29 Henry 8. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/13-I/139b/384/75.
- 1539 ?/2 John Danyell - Commission [in Essex] to John Christmas, Robert Foster, and John Danyell, to make inquisition whether John Stede, of Witham, be an idiot - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/14-I/163b/403/54.
- 1539 10/2 Geoffrey Danyell - Combe Warwickshire - pension to Geoffrey Danyell, monk - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/14-I/602/1355/156.
- 1539 9/5 William Danyell - Stratford Langthorne, Essex - pension to William Danyell, monk - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/14-I/596/1355/26b-29.
- 1539 24/5 Thomas Danyell - Thomas Danyell of Sudbury with others commissioners of the peace in Suffolk - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/14-I/486a/1056/51.
- 1539 Geoffrey Daniell - Dr London to the Chancellor of the Augmentation - concerning surrender of Cumbe by the abbot thereof - mentions pension of 5l 6s 8d to Geoffrey Daniell (one of monks?) and others - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/14-I/44/112.
- 1539 3/3 Mrs ? Danyell - E Duchess of Norfolk to Cromwell - I had a priest who was put to my service by Mrs Danyell, "which was my old lady's of Norfolk gentlewoman." I put away a servant for ill rule three days before the first Sunday of Lent. I sent my priest Sir William to the town on a message, and on his return I asked if he would fast this Lent. He answered that he had fasted this Lent ever since he was fourteen, and "would not fast this Lent till he did not see a new world." I asked what he meant, and he said "he meant a nother way," as Abrame and Parker, my servants, can show you. I then sent for the archdeacon of St Alban's and Mr Rowlett, and commanded him to gaol. I send a book of juggling, which he confesses to have kept these three years. I sent for Mr Rowlet to examine him in gaol, and also for Mr Conyngesby, because he was a justice of the peace of that shire, who counselled me to send him to your Lordship. Since he was in gaol he has written a letter with his own hand, as Mr Conyngesby can show you. Give credence to my servants. I pray you show my last letter to you to my husband, and write me an answer, whereto I shall trust. He sent word by Mr Rowlett, since I wrote, that he would have me "suggeyng" with my brother Stafforde or my lord Hussey. "I would not be in my lord Bray's house of all houses that I know, and I were disposed to suggyn, as I am not, my Lord my husband have sende to me ii years ago by Mr Rowlett that i would not do. I knew wherefore my Lord my husband would have me suggyn to keep me barer than I am, he think then that I would suggyn, which intent is to bring me to his purpose." They shall not rule me as long as I offend not the King; I am of age to rule myself, as I have done these five years, since my husband put me away. - It were better to keep my own house; for he will be angry with those I "suggyn" with, if they cannot bring their purpose about, just as he said those who wrote to me in his cause gave me ill-counsel, "but I have letter to show contrary." Be not displeased that I have not followed your counsel to come home again, "which I will never do during my life." - Redbourne 3 March - The priest said, of the book of juggling, he would not for nothing it should be known whence it came. - Signed - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/14-I/170/425.
- 1539 Henry Everard - Muster in Suffolk - Denston (Henry Everard esquire) 10 able men - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/14-I/292/652/M21.
- 1539 9/12 Alice Danyell - Pensions assigned on the dissolution of watton priory - Alice Danyell, nun - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/14-II/242/663/2.
- 1539 ? Danyell - .... To Damport and Danyell of Callies "gownsermers, for makyng clene of the drawghtes of my lord Chamberlen's howse, xxs iiid .... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/14-II/89/244/p478.
- 1539 ?/8 Thomas Danyille - .... carrying of tiles out of the Haven to the King's storehouse called the Armytage, at 2d, out of Thomas Danielle's ship (21), and John Sure's ship, both of Hide .... To Thomas Daniell and John Serie of Hyede .... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/14-II/83-4/244/p300 and p310.
- 1540 John Danyell - John Danyell tenant in Le White Freres Strete, Kyngeston-upon-Hull - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/15/480a/942/118(4).
- 1540 28/4 Thomas Danyell - .... the manor of Magna Cornard, Suffolk and Essex, lately appropriated to the said late abbey, and all messuages, lands, etc, in the said manor or elsewhere in said counties, belonging to the said late abbey, which were leased by the last abbess or any of her predecessors to Thomas Danyell; .... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/15/297b/613/32.
- 1540 12/3 Alice Danyell - Books of the Court of Augmentation - Pensions to monks in 31 Henry 8 - Watton Yorkshire - Alice Danyell - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/15/552/1032/303.
- 1540 11/4 Mrs ? Danyell - E Duchess of Norfolk to the Earl of Westmoreland - I shall never forget the pains you took for me. Make no more suit to my lord my husband, for no prisonment shall make me lie on myself; I am so used to it this 7 years that I care not for it. I send you by the bearer 2 dishes of almond butter, and one to my sister and another to my niece Dorothy, and wafer cakes to you and my sister and the gentlewomen, and 4 dozen cakes to Mrs Danyell; also to my sister a gold ring, and to my niece Dorothy a "bowid royall" of gold. If you see my uncle of Huntingdon, commend me to him and my aunt. I pray I may break my prisonment I have had this 7 years, that I may come abroad and see my friends. Redbourne 11 April. Signed sister-in-law. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/14.1/209/493.
- 1540 9/6 Guise Danyell - The Coswade at Calais - ... Guise Danyell, aged 51, says the same [thought couswade belonged to King], and that he has seen houses built in the Couswade by Frenchmen, and pulled down by the English - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/15/362/764.
- 1540 Geoffrey Danyell - The Queen's Household - Sir Thomas Dennys,Chancellor - Geffrey Danyell, Surveyor - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/15/9/21.
- 1540 ? Danyell - Wardrobe - A list of articles of dress given to Bristow+ (Gregory Botolph), Grensmyth, Edgar, James Rufforth, Robert Herden, John Pen, Philip Vanvylder, John Jennens, Thomas Carden*, Edmund Harman, Bocher, Urian Bruerton or Breerton, Mr Habard, Mr Tyrwyt, Mr Henage+, Mr Deny*, Mr Paston, Mr Stannop, Penyston, Audeley, Mr Cokett, Peter Dudley, Mr Baynton+, Mr Culpeper!, "the King's children, Edward Norton, William Ryse and Thomas Bowde"#, the earl of Sussex+, Mr Sheryngton, Mr Gates, Mr Cissel ("To John Malte" written above). Delivered to Bristow for the King's use; remaining with Mr Henage; given to Cotton+ (Mr Henage's man), Davy Vyncent+, Mr Weldon, Danyell* (Mr Deny's man). - Those marked with a * received articles (described) which were Lord Hungerford's; those marked + goods of the Earl of Essex; those marked ! the lord leonard; those marked # goods of the Marquis of Exeter; the others received goods which were the King's. ... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/16/205/402.
- 1541 4/2 Thomas Daniell - special commissioner of oyer and terminer in Norfolk Circuit - other commissioners were lord Wyndesore, John lord Mordant, Sir Edward Mountagu, Sir John Baldwyn, the mayor of Norwich, Sir Roger Townesend, Sir William Paston, Sir John Heydon, Sir George Somersett, Sir Humphrey Wynkfeld, Sir Robert Payton, Sir Giles Alington, Sir William Drury, Sir Robert Dormer, Sir Thomas Barnardeston, Sir John SeyntJohn, Sir Michael Fischer, Sir Laurence Taylard, Sir Thomas Jermyn, Sir Thomas Eliott, Nicholas Luke, Henry Bradshawe, Richard Southwell, Edmund Wyndeham, Thomas Chechiley, Robert Holdiche, Robert Ap Rice, Thomas Hall, John Gascoygn, Paul Darell, Thomas Danyell, Thomas Dunnold, Robert Drury, Robert Crane, Thomas Rudstone, George Gifford, Nicholas Harding, Clement Higham and Thomas FytzHugh - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/16/275b/580/18.
- 1541 10/1 Henry Everard - James Joskyn. To be one of the tellers of the Receipt of Exchequer, with emoluments as enjoyed by Henry Everede. Hampton Court 9 January 32 Henry 8 - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/16/239b/503/19.
- 1541 12/1 ? Daniel - Richard Pate - 12 January 32 Henry 8 - Examination taken before Sir Richard Riche and Richard Pollard - 1 Roland Lytton knows no cause of the departure of Pate, nor knew it until he was gone. Seth Holand, his secretary, and Daniel, a stranger, his servant, be gone with him. .... Seth lay every night with Pate. Daniel weatched that night in a lower chamber. .... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/16/220/448.
- 1541 13/4 Robert Danyell - Books of the Court of Augmentation - Robert Danyell of london, haberdasher. Five tenements at Smythfeld Barres, Cowcrosse, and Turnmyllesstrete near london. Clerkenwell mon. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/16/728/1500/70.
- 1541 29/9 Henry Everard - The Subsidy - .... 17s 6.5d received by Sir Thomas Hennage, for the King's private expences, which remained in the hands of Henry Everard, now deceassed, teller of the Exchequer, out of receipts of various subsidies detailed - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/16/564/1217.
- 1541 17/10 John and Anne Danyell - Thomas Barrett, of the parish of St Giles in the Fields, Middlesex, laborer. Reversal of outlawry; sued for debt by John Danyell and Anne his wife in the King's Bench; the said Thomas having surrendered to the Fleet prison. Westminster 17 October. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/16/604a/1308/23.
- 1541 24?/11 John Daunyell - Trial of Thomas Culpeper and Francis Dereham for Treason - Grand jury panel annexed viz Richard Harryyong, William Godard, Thomas Armerer, John Yngland, John Elderton, William Genyns, John James, Richard Smalwoode, John Averey, Robert Medylton, Philip Lentall, Robert Scharpe, Thomas Jent, Richard Warner, Richard Browne, Christopher Proctour, Thomas Tayler, Robert Graunt, John Powell, Nicholas Gravener, John Daunyell, John Averell, John Swallowe, Henry Lodysman, John Coke, John Browne, and Eustace Rypley. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/16/647/1395/17.
- 1542 12/6 Thomas Danyell - commissioner of the oyer and terminer in Eastern Circuit - other commissioners were Sir Edward Mountagu, Thomas Bromeley, King's serjeant at law, the mayor of Norwich, Sir Roger Townesend, Sir William Paston, Sir John Heydon, Sir George Somersett, Sir Humphrey Wingfeld, Sir Robert Payton, Sir Giles Alyngton, Sir William Drury, Sir Robert Dormer, Sir Thomas Barnardeston, Sir John SeyntJohn, Sir Michael Fyssher, Sir Laurence Taylard, Sir Thomas Elyott, Nicholas Luke, Henry Bradshawe, Richard Southwell, Edmund Wyndham, Thomas Checheley, Robert Holdiche, Robert Ap Rice, Thomas Hall, John Gascoigne, Paul Darrell, Thomas Danyell, Thomas Dunold, Robert Drury, Robert Crane, Thomas Rudston, George Gyfford, Nicholas Hardyng, Clement Higham and Thomas Fitzhugh - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/17/258a/443/24.
- 1542 16/3 John Daniel - The Privy Council - Meeting at westminster 16 March - Letter devised to John Daniel, to produce all writings touching his late wife's lands now pertaining to Joan Bulmer - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/17/78/174.
- 1543 5/2 Thomas Danyell - commissioner of the oyer and terminer in Eastern Circuit - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/18-1/122a/226/8.
- 1543 9/2 Geoffrey Danyell - commissioner of the peace in Wiltshire - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/18-1/124/226/29.
- 1543 24/2 Thomas Danyell - commissioner of the peace in Suffolk - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/18-1/133/226/85.
- 1543 18/3 Geoffrey Danyell - Geoffrey Danyell of Marlborough, Wiltshire. Lease (by advice of Daunce, Southwell and Moyle), for a fine of 40s, of certain meadow and moorland (specified), with the fishery there, parcel of the late Queen Jane's lands; with reservations; for 21 years; at 7l 7s 4d rent. Westminster 18 March 34 Henry 8. No date of delivery. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/18-1/198/346/41.
- 1543 27/3 Thomas Danyell, Joan Danyell, Agnes Danyell and Joan Danyell - land in Stoke Staffordshire in tenure of Thomas and Joan Danyell, their daughterts Agnes and Joan, and others - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/18-1/200a/346/65.
- 1543 14/6 John? Daniell - The King's Printer - .... 14 June (to Mr daniell servant to Mr Denys, for the King) two books of paper royal bound after the Venetian fashion .... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/18-2/110/211.
- 1543 4/7 John Danyell - land in Estham Essex late in tenure of John Danyell - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/18-1/529b/981/20.
- 1543 5/7 John Danyell - land in Estham Essex late in tenure of John Danyell - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/18-1/530b/981/21.
- 1543 ? Daniel - Cranmer and the Heretics of Kent - Daniel and others, men of ill fame, made accusations against Serlys and Shether - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/18-2/334/546.
- 1543 4/12 William Knyghtley, Winifred Knyghtley, Ralph Danyell and Henry Danyell - Robert Tounesend, serjeant at law and Giles Tounesend. Licences to alienate - The rectory of Whitewell beside Refeham Market, Norfolk, which belonged to Penteney monastry, in tenure of Ralph and Henry Danyell, with the advowson of the vicarage of Whitewell; to Robert Cooke and Winifred Knyghtley, one of the daughters of William Knyghtley, and the heirs of the said Robert. - St Albans 4/12 Pat 35 henry 8 p12 m26 - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/18-1/279/529/6 and 3.
- 1544 John Daniell - The Army against France - A muster book showing what soldiers may be furnished by the gentlemen of England ....John Daniell in Essex - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/19-1/150/273.
- 1544 Geoffrey Daniel - The Army against France - A muster book showing what soldiers may be furnished by the gentlemen of England ....Geoffrey Daniel in Wiltshire - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/19-1/155/273.
- 1544 Thomas Danyell - commissioner of the oyer and terminer in Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire, Norfolk, Suffolk and the City of Norwich - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/20-1/312b/622/2.
- 1544 11/2 Thomas Danyell - commissioner of the oyer and terminer in Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire, Norfolk, Suffolk and the city of Norwich - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/20-1/321a/623/4.
- 1544 12/2 Thomas Danyell - commissioner of the oyer and terminer in Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire, Norfolk, Suffolk and the City of Norwich - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/20-1/313b/622/4.
- 1544 27/2 Thomas Daunyell - Thomas Daunyell of Sudbury commissioner of the peace in Suffolk - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/20-1/318b/622/7.
- 1544 12/2 John Danyell - commissioner of the peace in Sussex - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/20-1/319/622/7.
- 1544 17/4 Moris Danyell - Moris Danyell the King's servant - reporting words spoken in Ireland against the King's supremacy of the church - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/19-1/248/378 - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/19-1/229/351.
- 1544 13/5 Edmund Danyell - John Baker and Edmund Danyell - grant to John Baker of land in Dowleton, Langtre, Uplyme, etc in Devon - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/19-1/380a/610/82.
- 1544 27/5 Edmund Danyell - John Baker and Edmund Danyell - granting to John Drake land in Uplyme, Devon - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/19-1/387b/610/114
- 1544 27/5 Edmund Danyell - John Baker and Edmund Danyell - granting to Griffith Amerydith land in Dowleton, Devon - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/19-1/388a/610/114
- 1544 10/6 Edmund Danyell - John Baker and Edmund Danyell - granting to Hugh and Lewis Stukeley land in Baylesford etc, Devon - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/19-1/505b/812/114
- 1544 28/6 Geoffrey Danyell - commissioner of the peace in Wiltshire - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/20-1/316/622/7.
- 1544 2/7 Thomas Danyell - commissioner of the oyer and terminer in Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire, Norfolk, Suffolk and Norwich - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/20-1/320a/623/2.
- 1544 9/7 Geoffrey Danyell - Grant, in fee, for 62l 10s of numerous messuages etc (specified and tenants named) in the borough of Marlborough, Wiltshire, which belonged to Bradenstock monastry, Maydenbradley monastry, and the priory of St Margaret beside Marlborough - delivered Westminster 9 July 36 Henry 8 - SB (signed by Westminster, Petre, Sir Robert Southwell, Bakere, Moyle, North, Robert Chydley and John Caryll). Pat p28 m48 - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/19-1/626b/1035/83.
- 1544 17/8 Edmund Danyell - John Baker and Edmund Danyell - granting to Humphrey Colles land in Brusheford etc, Devon - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/19-2/86a/166/82
- 1544 20/10 Roger Danyell - land in parish of Kingston upon Hull in tenure of Roger Danyell and others - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/19-2/316b/527/25.
- 1544 29/10 Thomas Danyell - Thomas Danyell of Sudbury commissioner of the peace in Suffolk - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/20-1/322b/623/6.
- 1544 5/11 Robert Danyell - land in parish of St Sepulchre without Newgate London in tenure of Robert Danyell and others - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/19-2/409b/690/5.
- 1545 21/2 Robert Danyell - land in parish of St Sepulchre without Newgate London in tenure of Robert Danyell and others - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/20-1/310b/621/12.
- 1545 14/5 Geoffrey Danyell - grant by Geoffrey Danyell to Richard Dyckynson alias Sadeler. Messuage and three cottages in Marleborough, Wiltshire, in tenure of Robert Nuttynge. P14 m34 - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/20-1/428/846/93.
- 1545 ?/7 John Danyell - .... land in Wolverdington alias Wolverton Warwickshire in tenure of John Danyell and others .... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/20-1/664b/1335/34.
- 1545 28/9 ? Danyell - Hugh Westwode to Anthony Bourchier - Received his letter concerning the appointment of the Queen's audit and sent to know Mr Danyell's mind for his house; who answered that he has buried one out of his house of the plague, and that the plague is very sore in the town of Marlborough, or he would gladly have it kept there. Mr Danyell lies now at a house that was late Mr Yorkes in the parish of Rammesbury, 3 miles from Marlborough and there the writer has appointed the audit and made provision. Has been very sick, but is well mended. Chedworthe, Monday, Michaelmas Eve. - Hol p1 Add: auditor to the Queen, in Colmanstrete at London. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/20-2/203/463.
- 1545 22/10 Edmund Danyell - Documents signed by stamp - Hereafter ensueth the names of such bills, warrants, letters and other writings, to the number of fourscore and sixteen, as the King's Majesty caused me, William Clerc, to stamp with his privy seal ...Edmund Daniel. Office. At Dennye's suit. G 22/10 - [presumably some post given to Edmund Daniel at the request of Denny - one of the Daniels was married to a Denny]- see Letters and Papers Henry-8/20-2/320/706/51.
- 1545 31/10 Edmund Danyell - Edmund Danyell. To be clerk of the council of the King's Chamber at Westminster, called le Prince Counsaill Chambre and keeper of the books and records there, vice William Turner deceased, with 10l a year and diets, as William Turner, or John Mynne or Thomas Tamworth had, from 10 Sept 37 Henry 8, when Turner died. Windsor 31 October 37 Henry 8. Delivered Westminster 1 december - PS Pat p17 m12 - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/20-2/320/706/51.
- 1545 25/12 Christopher Danyell - "Quarter wages for the yeomen of the King's chamber in the wages of 4d by the day, by the King's check roll for Christmas a 37 - Thomas Brereton, John Maunche, John Moraunte, James Stretcheley, John Taillour, John White, Thomas Swanlande, Richard Coke, Thomas Hog, John Clement, John Cowper, John Cadcott (paid to himself 11 October a 37), Aleyn Chapman, John Gilmyn, Richard Reding, William Horseley, Roger Sparre, Richard Willing, William Smyth of Surrey, Robert Bing, Robert Acres, Christopher Danyell, Thomas Halys, ... - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/20-2/516/1035/26.
- 1546 8/4 Thomas Daniel - The Privy Council. Meeting at Westminster, 8 April .... Recognisance of Anthony Husey of London, gentleman, Thomas Daniel, clothier, and William Bulley, fisher (whose ship the White Hynde and a 'calablasse' of London, in February last, captured the Salamandre of Rouen, John Malete, master, laden with French wares, whereof 51 ballettes of linen cloth have been stayed by John Stawell in Exeter upon letters from the lord Admiral) to restore the cloth if proved the property of the King's subjects or friends. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/21-1/405/279/573.
- 1546 Gregory Danyell - John Butler and Silvestra his wife, to Gregory Danyell. Advowson of St Helen's rectory in Ipswich - Charles duke of Suffolk and previously Richard bishop of Norwich - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/21-2/167/332/91.
- 1547 John Danyell - Bill for "Books, with sundry other charges bought and provided 20 October viz - For "two great paper books fair bound in leather" 18s, a lesser book likewise bound 6s, a "yard of green cloth to cast upon" 43 8d, paid to a carter for bringing said books from London in a coffer, with "the 2 old books from the auditor" - P1 subscribed John Danyell. On the book of memorandum: Nothall, Frankelyn, May, keepers of the chace, 8d apiece. - see Letters and Papers Henry-8/21-2/404/769/iv/9.
- 1549 18/5 John Danyell - William Fytzwilliam to Cecill and Mr Kellwaye. On the matter in variance between Mr Hawtrye and his brother-in-law John Danyell - see State Papers Domestic Edward_6/16/13.
- 1553 4/2 Thomas Danyell - grant to Thomas Danyell of the office of Surveyor of the Melting House in the Mint, within the Tower of London - see State Papers Domestic Mary/59.
- 1556 19/6 ? Danyell - Dr Wotton to Sir William Petre. ... [concerning rebels includiong Earl of Devonshire] .... Says that the rebels begin somewhat to mislike things now, and do not speak so stoutly as they did at first; they are in lack of money, so that he [Henry Killigrew?] has been driven to lend them some of the liottle he had. They have heard that Rosey, Danyell and others have suffered, whereof they are very glad, as they know most of their secrets. .... - see State Papers Foreign Mary/229/509.
- 1556 15/3 Thomas Daniel - Instructions from Queen Mary to Sir William Pickering, appointed to repair to the King [Philip], and by his order to receive 3,000 Germans for the Queen's service in England. .... The Queen allows him for his own diet, over and above post-horses for him and his train, four marks a day and the allowance of Thomas Daniel and Peter Smythe accompanying him, of which money he is to receive 200 marks before going and the rest from Gresham, as aforesaid. .... - see State Papers Foreign Mary/364/736.
- 1556 15/3 John Daniell - Confession of ? Blacklock - I remember a conversation with Daniell against St Mary Overy's church. He said he had promised to do an enterprise that he did not wish to do, and asked me to keep his counsel, and he would pretend his leg was broken or out of joint. I promised to come to him and dress his leg, as though he had broken the splint bone. In a while he sent for me over the water to Cross Keys, and I dressed him, and he was carried in a horse litter to St Bride's parish. - see State Papers Domestic Addenda 1547-1565 441/49.
- 1556 10/4 John Danyell - Memorandum of conversations of Staunton with John Danyell and Ferdinando Lygons, relative to Dudley. - see State Papers Domestic Mary/79/5.
- 1556 11/4 John Danyell - Full confession of John Danyell. Transactions of Dudley and others charged with the conspiracy. Offer made to Danyell by Dudley to engage him in the service of the King of Francr. Danyell fractures his leg. - see State Papers Domestic Mary/79/6.
- 1556 13/4 John Danyell - Statement by John Danyell relative to conversations with John Throgmerton. Report of dissentions between Dudley and Francis and Edwasrd Horsey in France. - see State Papers Domestic Mary/79/7.
- 1556 16-7/4 John Danyell - Examination of William Bury, servant of Christopher Chudleigh, now in France. He conveyed letters from France to various persons in England. Conversations with John Danyekll, who expressed his desire to join the Horseys and Dudley. - see State Papers Domestic Mary/79/12.
- 1556 23/4 John Danyell - Confession of Richard Vuedall, that Dudley delivered up twp geldings to Bedell. Cyphers between Throgmerton and Dudley. Inculpates the two Horseys, Danyell and the French anbasssador. Attested by Hugh Weston and Thomas Aysshe. - see State Papers Domestic Mary/80/23.
- 1556 23/4 John Danyell - Declaratiuon by Farnando Lygyns that he has not conferred with John Throgmerton, John Danyell, William Stanton, nor Edward Turner, as to any treason, conspiracy, or rebellion, intended by Henry Dudley, Christopher Ashton, Francis Horsey, Edward Horsey, nor Cornewayle, nor any of them. - see State Papers Domestic Mary/80/27.
- 1556 23/4 John Danyell - Examination of William Bury. Conversations with danyell as to Dudley, the Horseys, and Cornewayle. - see State Papers Domestic Mary/81/32.
- 1556 24/4 John Danyell - Deposition by William Rosey, that he had often talked with John danyell in prison concerning Dudley and Ashton. Relates their conversation. - see State Papers Domestic Mary/81/33.
- 1556 24?/4 John Danyell - Deposition by William Bygott, as to conversations between Danyell and Lygens. - see State Papers Domestic Mary/81/34.
- 1556 24?/4 John Danyell - Interrogatories to John Danyell as to his dealings with the conspirators, with his answers thereto. Names of the parties who met at Arundel's house - see State Papers Domestic Mary/81/35.
- 1556 24?/4 John Danyell - John Danyell to the Council. Conversation and violent language of Edward Horsey. The breaking of his leg was a feigned stratagem between himself and Mr Blacklock, the bone-setter, to avoid continuing in company with the conspirators. Is ill, and confined in a dark and fiulthy dungeon. - see State Papers Domestic Mary/81/36.
- 1556 24?/4 John Danyell - Confession of John Danyell. Further detail of conversation with Edward Horsey. Implores to be released from this horrible dungeon, where he lies amongst newts and spiders: is afflicted with the stone, and has no convenience for nature. - see State Papers Domestic Mary/81/38.
- 1556 ?/4 John Danyell - Memorandum of conversation between Lewknor and Danyell - see State Papers Domestic Mary/81/39.
- 1556 ?/4 John Danyell - Statement by Danyell, as to remarks by Stanton relative to a shirt of mail and 2 daggs hanging against the wall - see State Papers Domestic Mary/81/40.
- 1556 ?/4 John Danyell - Extract from the confession of White, that he had often seen Danyell with Ashton at Mr Pekham's house at Blackfriars - see State Papers Domestic Mary/81/41.
- 1556 ?/4 John Danyell - Interrogations to be put to Nutt, a poor man, relative to Danyell and Rosey. - see State Papers Domestic Mary/81/42.
- 1556 9/5 John Danyell - Two papers containing memoranda by one of the conspirators, of questions to be put to Bygott, as to words uttered by Rosey and Danyell touching the seizure of the Tower. - see State Papers Domestic Mary/83/57 and 58.
- 1556 28/5 John Danyell - Deposition by John Danyell, that Edmund Verney never asked him if Sir William Courteney or Sir john pollard were privy to the conspiracy. Denies he ever knew Lord braye or Francis Verney were priovy to it. - see State Papers Domestic Mary/84/77.
- 1556 31/5 John Danyell - Declaration by Sir john Seyntlowe. Denies ever having had conference with Henry Dudley, Christopher Assheton, Henry Pekham, John danyell, Edmund Verney, lord Braye, or any of the conspirators. - see State Papers Domestic Mary/84/77.
- 1561 Edmund Daniell - Schedule, signed by Edmund [Grindall], Bishop of london, Richard [Cox], of Ely, William [Downham] of Chester, and three other Commissioners, of recusants who are at large, but restricted to certain places; with their characters [includes] - Edmund Daniell, late dean of Hereford - confined to: with the Lord treasurer, or within 12 miles of his abode - one that pretends a sobriety, but yet stubborn. - see State Papers Domestic Addenda 1547-1565 523.
- 1575 19/6 Nicholas Danyell - Petition of Christopher Bowyer and Nicholas Danyell to the Queen. For a lease in reversion of Her Majesty's toll tin, in the County of Cornwall, as formerly granted to Wm Hollocome and Thos Jarrett decd. - see State Papers Domestic Mary/513/63.
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