Diary of Henry Machyn September 1558 is in Diary of Henry Machyn 1558.
04 Sep 1558. The iiij day of September was bered in Althermare parryche in London master Dalbeney, marchand-tayller, with ij grett branchys whyt, and xvj grett stayffe torchys; and theys xvj men had xvj good blake gownes; and iiij grett tapurs with gylt candyllstykes, and with armes, ij dosun and d'; and mony morners in blake, and mony clarkes and prestes; and all the compene of the clothyng of the marchand-tayllers, and after home to drynke as the compene, with spycyse bred; and the morow masse, and after to dener.
06 Sep 1558. The vj day of September whent in-to the contrey to be bered master Ryges audetur, with ij dosen skochyons, and cared by nyght with-owt any cost more her done butt (unfinished.)
08 Sep 1558. The viij day of September was bered at Stamford beyond Northamtun-shyre, ser Thomas Cayffe (61), knyght, with iiij branchys, tapurs of wax, and penselles, with ij whyt branchys, and iiij dosen torchys and vj dosen of skochyons; with a standard and a cott-armur, and pennon of armes, and iiij baners of santes in owlle [oil], wroth with fyne gold, and many morners, and master Lankoster the harold.
09 Sep 1558. The ix day of September was bered ser Recherd Brygys (58) in the conte of (blank).
14 Sep 1588. [The xiv day of September was buried sir Andrew Jud (96), skinner, merchant of Muscovy, and late mayor of London; with a] .... pennon of armes, and a x dosen penselles ... skochyons, and a herse of wax of v prynse [pals, garnished with] angelles, and a (blank) pormen [poor men] in nuw gownes, and master Clarenshus kyng of armes, and master Somersett harold, [and the morrow] masse and a sermon, and after my lord mare and the althermen had (unfinished)
22 Sep 1558. The xxij day of September was bered master Anthony .... sqwyre, with a pennon of armes and cott of armes, and ... dosen skochyons.
27 Sep 1558. The xxvij day of September was the obsequies of ser Thomas Essex, knyght, of Barkshyre, with standard and .... and cott-armur, targett, sword, elmet, mantylles, .... dosen penselles, and iiij dosen skochyons, and iiij baners [of saints,] and a harold of armes, Ruge-crosse the harold, and iiij ....
06 Sep 1558. The vj day of September was bered juge Morgan (47) in Northamtunshyre, with cotte armur, penon of armes, and a hersse of iiij branchys, and iiij dosen pensels, and vij dosen skochyons, and iiij dosen torchys, and iiij baners of emages; and mony mornars; and a grett dolle of money, and mett [meat]; and master Lanckostur the harold.
20 Sep 1558. The xx day of September was bered my lade [Southwell] at Sordyche, with prestes and clarkes syngyng, with ij whyt [branches] and ij dosen torchys, and iiij gret tapurs, and iiij dosen ... and the chyrche hanged with blake and armes and mony morners; and he gayff xxiiij gownes to xxiiij women, and xxiiij ij l[i.] tapurs.
20 Sep 1558. The xx day of September was bered my lade Cisele Mansfield at Clerkenwell, with a harold of armes, and browth unto the blake frers in Smyth-feld, the wyche was sant Bathelmuw, with iiij baners of santes and a ij dosen torchys, and ij grett whytt branchys, and iiij gylt candylstykes and armes on them, and many clarkes syngyng, and mony morners: and my lade Peter cheyff morner, and odur lades and gentyll-women and knyghtes and gentyllmen; and her servandes bare my lade, and bare the torchys all in blake cottes; and bered a-for the he auter at the hed of the old pryar Boltun; and the chyrche and the qwer and the raylles hangyd with blake and armes; and the frers song durge after ther songe, and bered her after ther fasyon, with-owt clarkes or prestes; and after to the plasse to drynke; and the morow iij masses songe, ij pryke-songe masses; and after to Clerkenwell to dener to her plasse; and ther was a godly sermon as ever was hard to lyf welle of; the father of the howsse dyd pryche, master (blank).... harold of armes master Somersett .... that he has beldyd, the nam ys callyd (blank).
20 Sep 1558. The xx day of September was bered at Gret All[hallows] in Temstrett the altherman of the Steleard, with ij whyt branchys and xij torchys, and iiij gret tapurs with ....
26 Sep 1558. The xxvj day of September ded good lade Pecsalle in (blank), the wyff of ser Recherd Pecshall knyght, and the dowther of my lord maurqwes of Wynchester (75), and lord tressorer of England, and bered the last day of September.
26 Sep 1558. The xxvj day of September was the monyth myn of master Barnes, sqwyre, and ys wyffes, at a towne called (blank), and ther was grett chere ther, and venysun plente, and wyne; and he had cott and penon of armes—in Essex.