Diary of Henry Machyn June 1562

Diary of Henry Machyn June 1562 is in Diary of Henry Machyn 1562.

01 Jun 1562. The furst day of June was the Yrmongers' fest keptt in Fanchyrche strett be-syd .... time, and ther dynyd the ij shreyffes and (blank) althermen.

04 Jun 1562. The iiij day of June ther was a chyld browth to the cowrte in a boxe, of a strange fegur, with a longe strynge commyng from the navyll,—browth from Chechester.

05 Jun 1562. The v day of June the Quen('s) (28) grace removyd from Westmynster unto Grenwyche by water, and ther was grett shutyng of gones at the Tower as her grace whentt, and in odur places.

Around 1546. William Scrots Painter 1517-1553. Portrait of Queen Elizabeth I of England and Ireland before her accession painted for her father. Around 1570 Hans Eworth Painter 1520-1574. Portrait of Queen Elizabeth I of England and Ireland. In 1579 George Gower Painter 1540-1596. The Plimton Sieve Portrait of Queen Elizabeth I of England and Ireland. Around 1585 William Segar Painter 1554-1663. Ermine Portrait of Queen Elizabeth I of England and Ireland. Around 1592 Marcus Gheeraerts Painter 1562-1636. The Ditchley Portrait of Queen Elizabeth I of England and Ireland. After 1585 Unknown Painter. Portrait of Queen Elizabeth I of England and Ireland. Around 1563 Steven van der Meulen Painter -1564. Portrait of Queen Elizabeth I of England and Ireland.

06 Jun 1562. The vj day of June was ther on [one] Crane wyff, dwellyng in Basyng lane, toke a kneyff and frust here-seylff be-tweyn the small rybes, and she ded the morowe after, and the vij day at after-none was the sam woman was bered, and serten clarkes was at her berehyng, and Veron the Frenchman dyd pryche for here, and more-overe he wold not the clarkes to brynge here to the chyrche.

13 Jun 1562. The xiij day of June was a man sett on the pelere at Westmynster, for he toke money and was hyryd for [to] kylle on man, and ys here [ear] was cutt off.

14 Jun 1562. The xiiij day of June whent unto the quen (28) at Greenwich the sam prophett that men calle hym Helyas Hall; and master (blank) dyd pryche - master Pylkyntun (42), and declared of hym and off ys levyng.

15 Jun 1562. The xv day of June was the Grocers' fest, and ther mony althermen and worshephull men, and ther dyd pryche master (blank)

15 Jun 1562. The sam day was the Goldsmyth(s') fest, and at sant Foster's ther prechyd master Gowth the parsune of sant Peter's in Cornhyll, and dynyd my lord mare (66) and the ij shreyffes, ser Marten Bowse (65), and master Gylbart, with dyvers odur althermen.

Around 1561. Unknown Painter. Portrait of Alderman Martin Bowes 1497-1566.

15 Jun 1562. The sam day a-for none was the pelere sett up in Chepe for a man that was sett up on the pelere for the takyng of money to (blank)

15 Jun 1562. The sam day was raynyd at Westmynster hall on master Brutun gentyllman for (blank)

Peasant's Revolt

16 Jun 1562. The xvj day of June was the tombe of ser Wyllyam Walworth knyght and fysmonger of London and mare, and mad knyght by kynge Recherd the ij for kyllyng of Jake Kade and Wyll Walle [Note. A mistake for Wat Tyler -1381] that cam owt of Kent, yt ys nuwe frest [refreshed] and gyld [guidled], and ys armes gyltt, with the pyctur all in aleblaster lyung in ys armur gyltt, at the cost of Wylliam Parys fysmonger, dwellyng at the Castyll in nuw Fystrette, the wyche hys a goodly rememborans for alle men of honor and worshype; he was twys mare, and when he was mare he kyld Jake Cade in Smythfeld a-for the kynge; he lyeng in sant Myghell in Crokyd lane; and he mared ys master('s) wyff that was iiij tymes mare of London, master (Lovekyn).

17 Jun 1562. The xvij day of June on [one] John Bullok [ordered?] for to make for ser Thomas Skneworth knyght and late mare of London by kyng Henry the vij, and bered [in Guildhall] chapell, furst a standard and v pennons of armes, .. targett and sword and crest and mantylles of welvett, .. and at the cost of the masturs the Fyshmongers, for he [was one of the] benefacturs to the howse, and he mad a conduitt at ...., and at that time was nuw gare [gear] mad for hym, [and the old] taken away, and the (blank) day of (unfinished)

18 Jun 1562. The xviij day of June was bered master Fuwilliam in the parryche of sant Johns Sacres, the wyche [died] at master Kyndylmarche('s) howse of the sam parryche, wyche he kepyth a tabull for gentyllmen, [and] he had vj skochyons of armes, the wyche w[as son?] of the lord Feywylliam (72) late lord of the preveshalle [Pricy Seal] and (who died) before Newcastyll, the wyche (unfinished)

Note. William Fitzwilliam 1st Earl of Southampton 1490-1542 (72) is not known to have had any children?

Around 1536 Hans Holbein The Younger Painter 1497-1543. Portrait of William Fitzwilliam 1st Earl of Southampton 1490-1542.

19 Jun 1562. The xix day of June was the sam man was [set] the pelere for the sam offensys that he had at Westmynster, and the sam day was ys here [ear] cut of at the standard in Chepe.

21 Jun 1562. The xxj day of June dyd pryche at Powlles crosse master dene of Ettun colege be-syd Wyndsor.

22 Jun 1562. The xxij day of June was the masters the Salters' fest, and ther dynyd my lord keper of the selle (51) and my lord of Bedfoord (35) and my lord cheyff justes.

Unknown Painter. Posthumous portrait of Nicholas Bacon Lord Keeper 1510-1579.

20 Jun 1562. The xx day of June was a gret shutyng of the compene of the Barbur-surgeantes for a gret soper at ther owne hall for a xxx mess of mett of, for they dyd make ij godley stremars agaynst that day of ther harmes, the wyche they wher agmentyd by the most valeant kyng at armes master (blank), and they had vj drumes plahyng and a flutt; and ij grett ansutts [ancients ie flags], and as a shot was wone, downe whent that and up the thodur, and as they whan the shut [won the shot]; and master Gall and ys syd wan the soper—the master of the compene.

Jun 1562. The sam day was a man be-syd Broken-warffe frust throwgh with a sword, he dwellyng at Bra ...

Jun 1562. The sam day ded docthur Crom, a grett p[reacher;] he was parsune of Aldermare.

27 Jun 1562. The xxvij day of June whent to Tyburne v men and iiij women for to hange for thefte.

29 Jun 1562. The xxix day of June was bered docthur Crom, parsun of Althere-Mare, with prestes and clarkes syngyng [unto] the chyrche, and bered.