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'Index of Persons and Places: A', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 9: 1431-1447 (1912), pp. 591-596. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=103459 Date accessed: 25 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Abbeyderg, Dearg [in the parish of Taghsheenod, co. Longford], Augustinian priory of St. Peter, prior of, papal mandatary, 14, 96, 269, 440.

Abbeygormacan, Nova via [co. Galway], Augustinian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 15, 147, 201, 345, 495, 538.
-, -, -, canon of, 274, 514.
-, - See also Finnure.

Abbeyleix [Queen's County]. See Leix.

Abbirguilly. See Abergwilly.

Abbrotoch, Geoffrey de, chancellor of St. Andrews, 415.

Abburbury. See Adderbury.

Abendon, Abendone, John, a Benedictine monk, 230.
-, - Thomas, an Augustinian canon, 355.

Aberbrothet, Aberbrothoc. See Arbroath.

Aberbuthnot. See Arbuthnott.

Aberdeen, bishop of, papal mandatary, 47, 443, 577.
-, - Henry, bishop of. See Leighton.
-, - Ingram, bishop of. See Lindsay.
-, - dean of, papal mandatary, 150.
-, - David, dean of. See Hamilton.
-, - Duncan, dean of. See Leighton.
-, - James, dean of. See Screymgiour.
-, - Nicholas, dean of. See Tunnok.
-, - archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 294, 385.
-, - Laurence, archdeacon of. See Piot.
-, - Thomas, archdeacon of. See Tynnynghame.
-, - Walter, archdeacon of. See Stewart.
-, - chancellor of, papal mandatary, 273.
-, - precentor of, papal mandatary, 95, 524.
-, - canons of. See Carnach; Casteltarris; Crawford; Forstar; Kennedy; Ker; Lauder; Lindsay; Long; Macnachtane; Ogilvy; Pyot; Stewart (James and Robert); Tullach.
-, - Augustinian house (hospital) of the order of St. Anthony at, 412.
-, - Neuabberden, vicarage of St. Nicholas's, 294.

Abergavenny, Borgnoveny [co. Monmouth], castle of, 472 note, 474.

Abergergum. See Aberpergwm.

Abergwilly, Abbirguilly [co. Carmarthen], collegiate church of, canon of. See Asser.

Abernethy, Abirnethi, George de, clerk, administrator of the hospital of Polmadie, 546.

Aberpergwm, Abergergum [in Cadoxton juxta Neath, co. Glamorgan], 368.

Aberweyr in Amroth. See Eare Wear.

Abingdon, Abyndon [co. Berks], Benedictine abbey of St. Mary, abbot and convent of, patronage of, 102, 155.
-, -, -, abbot of, papal mandatary, 571.
-, -, -, monk of, 230.
-, -, -, privileges of, 282.
-, - See also Abendon.

Aboyne, Obin, Obyn, [co. Aberdeen], 384, 505, 555.

Abyndon. See Abingdon.

Acayada in Clonkeen (q.v.), 211.

Acciapaccio, William d'. See Cardinal Priests.

Achaairbair. See Aghagower.

Achadlurcayr, Achadhircayr. See Aghalurcher.

Achafabare. See Aghagower.

Acharuym de Tyrbruyn. See Aughrim.

Achascrat. See Ahascragh.

Achdraym Omayne; Achdruymemane; Achdruym Omane; Achdrym Omane. See Aughrim.

Achemycarth. See Aghmacart.

Achgaur. See Aghagower.

Achnaty. See Athenry.

Achonry [co. Sligo], bishop of, papal mandatary, 89, 122.
-, -, Cornelius, bishop elect of. See Omochan.
-, -, James, bishop elect of. See Blacden.
-, -, Thady, late bishop of. See O'Daly.
-, -, bishop and chapter of, provisions of benefices in the gift of, 170, 360, 403, 552.
-, -, dean of, papal mandatary, 131, 189, 199, 332, 478.
-, -, Cornelius, dean of. See Omochan.
-, -, John, dean of. See O'Hara.
-, -, Thomas, dean of. See Macabrethim.
-, -, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 403, 434.
-, -, provost of, papal mandatary, 358.
-, -, Cormac I and II, provosts of. See O'Hara.
-, -, William, provost of. See Ocommochan.
-, -, official of. papal mandatary, 358, 360, 391.
-, -, canons of. See Exonis; Macdiarmada; Macdonnchaid (Cormac and Donald); MacEgan; Ocleri; Ocluayn; Ocommochan; Oconchubair; Oheaynhugan; Omochan; Omurchu.
-, -, chapter, etc. of, 299.

Achton. See Aughton.

Acraym Omayne. See Aughrim.

Acre, Castle, Castleaget [co. Norfolk], Cluniac priory, 77.
-, -, -, cell of. See Mendham.

Adamton, Adancton, Andancton [in Monkton and Prestwick parishes, co. Ayr], chapel of St. Mary of Grace alias St. Mary the Virgin at, 548, 563, 568.

Adare [co. Limerick], Trinitarian friary of St. James, 422.

Adderbury, Abburbury [co. Oxford], 41.

Addergoole, Adraguyl [co. Galway], vicarage of, 556.

Adderley, Aderle, Ralph, prior of the Augustinian priory of Newark, afterwards bishop of Down, 480 and note, 484, 514.

Ade, John, vicar of Oban, 384.

Aderle, Ralph. See Adderley.

Adirton (Atherton), Edward, canon of the chapel royal of Westminster, 240.

Adraguyl. See Addergoole.

Adria, Antonius de, registrator of apostolic letters, 1 et passim.

Adria [Lombardy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 53, 319, 410.
-, -, -, See also Roverella.

Aessdara. See Ballysadare.

Affreton, William, canon of Beauchief, 205.

Aghadoe [co. Kerry], archdeacon of, 399.

Aghagower, Achaairbair, Achafabare, Achgaur [co. Mayo], 86, 87, 380.

Aghaloo, Achadliuga alias Monterlyrend [co. Tyrone], 20.

Aghalurcher, Achadlurcayr, Achadhircayr [co. Fermanagh], 198.

Aghanagh, Eacanach [co. Sligo], 446.

Aghmacart, Achemycarth [Queen's Co.], Augustinian priory of the Order of Arrouaise, canon of, 216.

Aghnameadle, Balenamella [co. Tipperary], rectory of, 411.

Aghton. See Aughton.

Aglish, Clancuan, Clanncuayn [co. Mayo], rectory of, 86, 87, 380.

Agmotesham, John, an Augustinian brother, 273.

Ahascragh, Achascrat, Athasscrach [co. Galway], 294, 430.

Ahoghill, Athcochaill [co. Antrim], 92.

Aire [Landes, France], bishop of, papal mandatary, 432, 463, 468.

Aitertigi' (rectius Aittigi) in Deganaid [in Kilvarnet, q.v.], 382.

Alanson alias Henrici, Cuthbert, dean of Brechin, 23, 27 note, 51.

Albano [Prov. of Rome, Italy], Jordan. bishop of. See Cardinal bishops.

Albany, Isabella, duchess of, and countess of Lennox, 546.

Albotractu, abbey de. See Tracton.

Aldeburgh, Aldebergh [co. Suffolk], 231.

Aldbury, Aldebury [co. Herts], 255.

Aldcambus, Aldecambus [co. Berwick], church of, 471.

Aldenham [co. Herts], 488.

Alexander II, pope, letters of, 468.

Alexander V, pope, letters of, 29, 30.

Alexander II, king of Scotland, 456.

Alexandri, John, of Ardnamurchan, layman, 372.
-, -, -, -, Alexander his son, 372.
-, -, -, -, Anne, his daughter, 372.

Alford. See Shalford.

All Cannings, Allckanyngus [co. Wilts], 287.

Almain. See Germany,

Alnewyke, William, bishop of Lincoln, exemplification of letters of, 156, 159, 161–163.
-, -, -, faculty to, 259.
-, -, -, petition of, 481.

Ambrosden, Ambresdon [co. Oxford], 68.

Amounderness, Amuerdernes [co. Lancaster], 269.

Ampuem in the parish of Clonkeen (q.v.), 211.

Amroth, Amrath [co. Pembroke], Aberweyr [q.v.] in, 516.

Amuerdernes. See Amounderness.

Amys, Thomas, donsel, 517.
-, -, -, Joan his wife, 517.

Anande, Janet de, 577.

Ancrum, Awncrum [co. Roxburgh], a prebend in Glasgow, 413.

Andancton. See Adamton.

Andnaminichaid, Andnamurchaud. See Ardnamurchan.

Andree, Ivor, canon of Argyll, rector of Kilarrow, 13.
-, -, Cristiana, 467.

Andrew, Richard, archdeacon of Salisbury, 281.

Andristoun, John de, rector of Kettins, 531.

Anglesea, Anglesey [co. Cambridge], Augustinian priory, 266.

Anglesey [North Wales], Andrew, archdeacon of. See Holes.
-, -, William, archdeacon of. See Saundir.

Angulo, David de, rector of Burriscarra, 202, 203.
-, -, Mary de, 179.

Anguscii, Kenneth, priest, 337, 338.

Ankel, Richard, bishop of Waterford and Lismore, papal mandatary, 52–54, 137, 138.
-, -, -, -, appropriation by, 508.

Annadown [co. Galway], diocese of, united with Tuam, 250, 494, 554.
-, -, bishop of, papal mandatary, 116, 561.
-, -, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 174, 343, 346.
-, -, canons of. See Omacrran; Omicachan.
-, -, chapter of, 489.
-, -, Augustinian abbey of St. Mary de Portu Patrum, Dolys alias Doluicius, Doliucus alias Doloys, abbot of. See Macgynnan.
-, -, -, Matthew, abbot of. See O'Flaherty.
-, -, -, canons of, 225, 343.
-, -, Premonstratensian abbey of St. John Baptist de Cella Parva, abbot of, papal mandatary, 89.
-, -, -, John, canon and de facto abbot of. See Oruellay; Omeallaid.
-, -, -, Eugenius, abbot of. See MacEgan.
-, -, -, Maurice, abbot of. See MacEgan.
-, -, -, Patrick, abbot of. See Odubthaid.

Annagh, Enac Drechlend [church in Annies townland, par. of Robeen co. Mayo], vicarage of, 398.

Anselmus [Fabri de Breda], corrector and abbreviator of apostolic letters [archdeacon of Hainaut], 30 et passim.

Antell, dio. Norwich, 366.

Antonius. See Adria.

Appilby, Mary, 563.

Appulby, Robert, canon of Bangor, papal mandatary, 78, 114.

Aprutin., Ja. (i.e. Jacobus de Cerretanis, bishop of Teramo), registrator of papal letters, 15 et passim.

Aquila [Abruzzi, Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 136, 347, 398, 401, 405, 488, 543.

Arboe, Ardbo [cos. Tyrone and Derry], rectory of, 548.

Arbroath, Abberbrothoe, Aberbrothet, Aberbrothoc [co. Forfar], Benedictine abbey of St. Thomas the Martyr, abbot and convent of, petition of, 273, 385.
-, -, -, provisions of benefices in the patronage of, 22, 46.
-, -, -, abbot of, papal mandatary, 261.
-, -, -, Walter, abbot of, 230, 273.
-, -, -, monk of, 435.
-, - See also Abbrotoch.

Arbury, Erbure [in Chilvers Coton parish, co. Warwick], Augustinian priory, William, prior of. See Catton.

Arbuthnott, Aberbuthnot [co. Kincardine], 263.

Archer, alias Stapelton, Arther alias Stapaton (rectius Stapelton), Edmund, an Augustinian canon, de facto prior of Athassel, 209, 471.
-, -, Richard, esquire, 286.
-, -, Thomas, treasurer of Brechin, 263.

Ardagh, city and diocese of, lawlessness in, 1.
-, -, bishop of, papal mandatary, 29, 30, 283, 437.
-, -, Cormac, bishop of, sometime prior of Drumlane. See Magawrakan.
-, -, Richard, bishop of. See O'Farrell.
-, -, bishop, dean and chapter of, papal letters to, about benefices in their gift, 440.
-, -, dean of, papal mandatary, 269, 347, 440, 506.
-, -, Gerald, dean of. See O'Farrell.
-, -, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 440.
-, -, Carbricus, archdeacon of. See O'Farrell.
-, -, -, Maurice, archdeacon of See Macgyllanane.
-, -, -, Walter, archdeacon of. See O'Farrell.
-, -, official of, papal mandatary, 338, 453.
-, -, Bernard, official of. See MacMurceartayd.
-, -, canons of. See Macagearatayd; Maccheayn; MacMurceartayd; Omulmochoiri; Ossulekan.
-, -, chapter etc., papal letters to, 436.

Ardbale. See Stradbally.

Ardbo. See Arboe.

Ardcarn, Ardcharna, Ardeharna [co. Roscommon], vicarage of St. Bede's, (i.e. St. Beoadh's), 430, 554.

Ardcathan. See Ardchattan.

Ardcharna. See Ardcarn.

Ardchattan, Ardcathan [co. Argyll], priory of the order of Val-des-Choux, prior of, papal mandatary, 13.

Arddrahayn. See Ardrahan.

Ardeharna. See Ardcarn.

Ardfert [co. Kerry], bishop of, papal mandatary, 50, 51, 191, 532.
-, -, Nicholas, bishop of. See FitzMaurice.
-, -, dean of, papal mandatary, 262, 275.
-, -, Maurice, dean of. See Stak.
-, -, precentor of, papal mandatary, 509.
-, -, canons of. See McEclyoyth; Odubuychayn; Okaramada; Olongsigh; Oscanlayn; Stak.

Ardmulchan, Armolghan [co. Meath], 111.

Ardnamurchan, Ardnamurchaid, Andnaminichaid, Andnamurchaud [co. Argyll], John Alexandri of, layman, 372.
-, -, -, Alexander his son, layman, 372.
-, -, -, Anne his daughter, 372.

Ardrahan, Ardrathan, Arddrahayn [co. Galway], 113, 115.

Ardstraw, Ardsratha, Ardseraha [co. Tyrone], 192, 425.

Ardtrea, Artrea [co. Tyrone], rectory, canonry, or prebend of the church of SS. Bridget and Trea, 275, 542.

Are. See Ayr.

Aretio, Arecio, Master Laurence de, papal chaplain and auditor, 28, 273, 414, 536.

Argyll [co. Argyll], alias Lismore, bishop of, papal mandatary, 405.
-, -, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 153, 197.
-, -, official of, papal mandatary, 13.
-, -, canons of. See Andree; Cristini; Dugaldi; Duncani; Macdugaylbyg.

Ariano [Campania, S. Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 129.

Arigaldacerog, Ariguldaberog; Ariguldakerog. See Errigal Keerogue.

Ariminen(sis), C(hristoforus episcopus), i.e., Christopher de Sancto Marcello (q.v.), bishop of Rimini.

Arimino, Gerard de, prior-general of the Augustinian friars, 30 note.

Armagh [co. Armagh], archbishop of, provision of a benefice in the patronage of, 19.
-, -, -, papal mandatary, 103, 127, 435, 484 note.
-, -, -, rights of in regard to the consecration of bishops of his province, 105, 319, 336, 432, 436, 466, 480, 514.
-, -, John, archbishop of. See Swayne; Preen; Mey.
-, -, dean of, papal mandatary, 19, 277, 340, 389, 529, 548.
-, -, Denis, dean of. See Oculean.
-, -, dean and chapter of, provision of a benefice in the patronage of, 19.
-, -, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 340.
-, -, John, archdeacon of. See River; Whyte.
-, -, official of, papal mandatary, 19, 194, 277.
-, -, Cristinus, official of. See Olucharean.
-, -, canons of. See Leche alias Mackeallay; Macdaymyn; Mackamail; Macreuair; Ocorre; Oculean; Offearchian (Donald); Olucharean; Omulumoyg; Somurwell.
-, -, Augustinian abbey of SS. Peter and Paul, abbot of, papal mandatary, 18–20, 92, 193, 194, 383, 548.
-, -, priorship of the Culdees, 340 and note.
-, -, priory of the Culdees, prior of, papal mandatary, 92.
-, -, church of, 246, 363.
-, -, city and diocese of, intimidation in the, 581.

Armitage [co. Stafford]. See Handsacre.

Armolghan. See Ardmulchan.

Arnaldus, Garsias, bishop of Dax, translated to Bayonne, 432, 434, 463.
-, -, William, bishop of Bayonne, translated to Dax, 432, 434, 468.

Arouaise, rectius Arrouaise, q.v.

Aroundelle. See Arundell.

Arowis, John, canon of Dunkeld and Moray, papal mandatary, 463, 540.
-, -, Arows, William, priest, to have collation of the vicarage of Ednam, 24.

Arrouaise, Arouaise [Pas-de-Calais, France], Augustinian canons' abbey, houses of the Order of. See Aghmacart; Clontuskert Omanny.

Arther, Edmund, alias Stapaton (rectius Stapelton). See Archer.

Artrea. See Ardtrea.

Arundel, Thomas, archbishop of Canterbury, 210, 481.

Arundell, John, dean of the chapel royal of Windsor, canon of Auckland, Wells and Wilton, rector of Huntspill, and master of the hospital of St. Bartholomew, Bristol, 68.
-, -, -, rector of Kibworth Beauchamp, chaplain and physician to Henry, earl of Warwick, 118.
-, -, Aroundelle, Sir Renfrid and Joan his wife, 235.

Arvicampo, de. See Kilcooly.

Arymbrosca. See Derrybrusk.

Aryngworth. See Harringworth.

Asdara. See Ballysadare.

Asenhill, William, knight, lord of Guilden Morden, 119.

Ashbury, Asshebury [co. Berks], 7.

Ashby St. Ledgers, Asshebyleger [co. Northants], manor, 312.
-, -, See also Asshby.

Asheridge, Asserugge, Assherych [co. Bucks], house of the Order of Bons-hommes de Grandmont, 269, 273.

Ashkirk, Askirk [co. Roxburgh], 44.

Aslakby, Thomas, donsel, 518.
-, -, -, Margaret his wife, 518.

Assaroe, Sameria [parish of Kilbarron, co. Donegal], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 89, 150.

Assdara. See Ballysadare.

Asser, Roger, a canon of Abergwilly, rector of Denbigh, 7.

Asserugge. See Asheridge.

Asshby, Nicholas, a monk, afterwards prior, of Westminster, 2.
-, -, -, -, afterwards bishop elect of Llandaff, 74.

Asshebury. See Ashbury.

Asshebyleger. See Ashby St. Ledgers.

Assherych. See Asheridge.

Asteley, Thomas, rector of Houghton-le-Spring, 518.

Astley [co. Warwick], collegiate church, canon of. See Druell.

Aston, John, rector of Handsworth and vicar of Tunbridge, afterwards rector of Snodland and vicar of Tunbridge, afterwards canon of Ossory and rector of Snodland, 5, 6.

Athacochaill. See Ahoghill.

Athasscrach. See Ahascragh.

Athassel, Athassyll, Athesyl [co. Tipperary], Augustinian priory of St. Edmund, Edmund, prior of. See Archer, alias Stapelton.
-, -, -, Richard prior of. See Burgo; Scadan.
-, -, -, Robert, prior of. See Stakebold.
-, -, -, canons of, 209, 470.

Athboy [co. Meath], parish church of St. James, 56.

Athenry, Athnari, Athnarig, Athnary, Achnaty, Athnarygh, Athinari [co. Galway], rectory of, 9, 55, 101, 151, 167, 176, 189.
-, -, Friars Preachers' house at, 499.

Atherton, Edward. See Adirton.

Athesyl. See Athassel.

Athinari. See Athenry.

Athleague, Athlyag Maenagain [co. Roscommon], 211.

Athleahayn. See Templemore.

Athlone, Athluain [co. Roscommon], Benedictine priory de Innocentia, prior of, papal mandatary, 424, 430.

Athlyag Maenagain. See Athleague.

Athnari, Athnarig, Athnary, Athnaryg. See Athenry.

Atholia, Master Nicholas de, precentor of Dunkeld, a papal chaplain, 42.

atte Halle, Attehalle, John, rector of Watlington, 305.

atte Hill, John, layman, 284.
-, -, -, Catherine his first wife, 284.
-, -, -, Elizabeth Raulyn his second wife, 284.

atte Hoke, Attehoke, James, rector of All Saints, Westbere, 61, 69.

Attleborough, Attelburgh [co. Norfolk], Richard Ferrowe of, rector of Deepdale, 114.

at Wode, Atwode, Robert, layman, 305.
-, -, -, his wife, 305.

Auch [Gers, France], archbishop of, 432.

Auchinlek, Auchlek, Auclek, Adam de, clerk, 439, 460, 466.

Auchterhouse, Ouchterhous [co. Forfar], 22.

Auckland [co. Durham], canon of. See Arundell.

Aughrim, Acharuym de Tyrbruyn [co. Roscommon], vicarage of, 431.
-, -, Achdraym Omayne, Achdruymemane, Achdruym Omane, Acraym Omayne, Achdrym Omane [co. Galway], Augustinian priory of St. Catherine, prior of, papal mandatary, 15, 147, 154, 345.
-, -, -, canon of, 424.

Aughton, Aghton [co. York], 254, 538, 539.

Aunay, de Alneto [Calvados, France], Cistercian monastery, Geoffrey, a monk, afterwards abbot of, 227.
-, -, -, Nicholas, abbot of, 227.

Aurispa, Johannes [the humanist], 12 et passim (e.g. 228, 230, 231).

Austeyn, Awsteyn, Edmund, archdeacon of Kildare, vicar of Cloncurry in the diocese of Kildare, 496.
-, -, -, priest, of the diocese of Kildare, 40.
-, -, Austyn, Thomas, clerk, 322.
-, -, Thomas, nobleman, 583, 584.
-, -, -, Agnes his wife, 583, 584.

Auxerre [Yonne, France], diocese of, 205.

Avignon [Vaucluse, France], 334.

Avranches [Manche, France], bishop of, papal mandatary, 48, 297, 318.
-, -, chapter, etc. of, 297.
-, -, cathedral church of, altar of SS. Martin and Agatha in, chaplain of. See Hay; Renouf.

Awncrum. See Ancrum.

Awngewyn, Bernard, layman, 367.
-, -, -, Margaret his wife, 367.

Awsteyn, Edmund. See Austeyn.

Axbridge, Haxbryge [co. Somerset], 156.

Aylesham, Aylcsham, Richard, monk, 456.

Aylton. See Elton.

Aylysworth, William, layman, 580.

Ayr, Are [S.W. Scotland], sheriff of, 412.

Ayscogh, Robert, delegate of the official of York, 440.