|"The King being informed that the Pope by instigation of Cardinall Pole had mooved and stirred divers great princes and potentats of Christendome to invade the realme of England, without all delaie rode himselfe toward the sea coasts, and sent diverse of his nobles and councellors to surveie all the ports and places of danger on the coast, where any meet and convenient landing place might be doubted, as well as the borders of England, as also of Wales: in which dangerous places he caused bulworks and forts to be erected. And further, he caused the Lord Admerall, Eerle of Southampton, to prepare in readiness his navie of ships for defense of the coasts. Beside this, he sent forth commissions to have generall musters, taken through the realme, to understand what number of able men he might make account of: and further to have the armor and weapons seene and viewed.|
William Bryge, Constable, abill in person, archer, haveng no harnez.
John Gascoigne, esquyer, horssed and harnessed for hymselff and two seruauntes, bowmen, and hymselff abill.
Willaim Ellez, esquyer, horssed and harnessed for hymselff and oone seruaunt, hymselff a archer, and his seruaunt abill.
Archerz, abill personez horssed and harnessed:
John Branche, abill man
Billes, abill personez horssed and harnessed:
John Hopton, horssed and harnessed
Robert Rawson, yonger
Robert Rawson, th'elder
Archers, abill personez havyng noo harnesse:
Billmen, abyll personez parcel1 harnessed,part horssed;
Persiuell Kygley, a horse
Antony Hypron, a horse
William Raper, a horse, a jak
Thomas Tate, a jak
Robert Grenewode, a jak & salet
Percyvell Bakhous, a jak & salet
Robert Cook, jak and salet
Richerd Dogson, a salett
John Weste, a horsse
Billmen, abill personez, havyng no harnez: