Diary of Henry Machyn November 1555 is in Diary of Henry Machyn 1555.
14 Nov 1555. The xiiij day of November be-gane the knyll for the most ryght reverent father in God my lord chaunseler of England, doctur Sthevyn Gardener (72), byshope of Wynchastur, and of the preve consell with kyng Henry the viijth and unto quen Mare quen of England (39); and with a hersse of iiij branchys, with gylt candyllstykes, and ij whytt branchys and iij dosen of stayffes-torchys, and all the qwyre hangyd with blake and armes, and a durge songe; and the morow masse of requiem, and alle bysshoppes and lordes and knyghtes and gentyllmen; and my lord bysshope Bonar (55) of London did syng masse of requiem, and doctur Whyt (45) bysshope of Lynkolne dyd pryche at the sam masse; and after all they whent to his plasse to dener.
14 Nov 1555. The sam day at after-none was durge in evere parryche in London, and a hersse and ryngyng, and the morow masse of requiem, and so prayd for after the old custom.
21 Nov 1555. The xxj day of November at none be-gane the knyll for my lord chanseler (72), for then was the body browt to the chyrche of sant Mare Overes, with grett compene of prestes and clarkes, and alle the bysshopes; and my lord of London (55) dyd exsecute the offes, and ware ys myter; and ther wher ij goodly whyt branchys bornyng, and the harsse with armes and (tapers) bornyng, and iiij dosen of stayffes; and all the qwyre with blake, and ys armes; and afor the corse the kyng of haroldes with ys cot, and with v baners of ys armes, and iiij of emages wrothe with fyne gold and inowlle [enamel]; and the morowe-masse iij masse, one of the Trenete, on of owre Lade, and (the) iij of requiem for ys solle; and after to dener; and so he was put in a hersse tyll a day that he shall be taken up and cared unto Wynchaster to be bered ther.
26 Nov 1555. [The xxvj of November a stripling was whipt about London, and about Paul's cross, for speaking against the bishop] that dyd pryche the Sonday a-for.
13 Nov 1555. [The xiij day of November doctor Gardiner (72), bishop of Winchester, and lord chancellor of England, died in the morning, between twelve and one of the clock, at the King's] plasse, the wyche ys callyd Whyt-hall; [and by] iij of the cloke he was browt by water [to his own] plasse by sant Mary Overes; and by v of the [clock his bow]elles was taken owt, and bered a-fore the he [high] [altar; and] at vj the knyll begane ther, and at durge and masse contenuyd ryngyng alle the belles till vij at nyght.