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'Index of Persons and Places: B', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 9: 1431-1447 (1912), pp. 596-606. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=103460 Date accessed: 21 November 2014.


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Bac, Bach. See Beagh.

Bachiler alias Remkyn, Joan, of London, 309.

Bademegbcadab, dio. Connor, 493.

Baenby, William, doctor of canon law, 584.

Bagot, John, master of St. Mary Magdalen's hospital, Clothall, 587.

Baiard, Richard, layman, 258.

Baikie, Baki [co. Forfar], 378.

Baile in muta. See Ballymote.

Baileintobairbride. See Ballintober.

Bainton, Baynton, Baynthon [co. York, E.R.], 67.

Baislig. See Baslick.

Baker, William, rector of St. Athan, 579.

Bakewell, Bakwell [co. Derby], vicarage of, 253.

Baki. See Baikie.

Balchayth. See Ballyhay.

Balcomb, Balcome [co. Sussex], church of, 462.

Balderen. See Capyt.

Baldeswel. See Bawdeswell.

Baldon, Patrick, priest, to be vicar of Tain, 449.

Bale, John, 243.
-, -, -, Margaret his wife, 243.

Bâle. See Basel.

Balecassakaeri. See Ballysakeery.

Balehycaroth, dio. Leighlin, church of, 534.

Balenamella. See Aghnameadle.

Balenatkylly alias Killmiccuaigin. See Kilmacowen.

Baleybagayn. See Ballyboggan.

Balfour, John de, clerk, canon of Dunkeld, to have collation of the rectory of Creich, 26.

Balhelwy. See Belhelvie.

Balintobairbride, Balintobairbrida. See Ballintober.

Balkancol, Alexander, vicar of Kilspindy, 457.

Balla [co. Mayo], a prebend in Mayo, 176.

Ballach Machdomnaill, Donald, layman, 493.

Ballikuayne. See Ballykeen.

Ballinasloe, Belathuaslugead [co. Galway], rectory of, 354.

Ballinchalla, Lochmesca (i.e. Loughmask) [co. Mayo], rectory of, 393.

Ballingarry, Garry [co. Limerick], vicarage of, 534.

Ballinrobe [N. of river Robe), Roba in Keare, Roba in Kera, Dabaly in Roba in Keara [co. Mayo], rectory of, 498.
-, -, vicarage of, 379, 398.

Ballintober, Fons Sancti Patricii [co. Mayo], Augustinian abbey of Holy Trinity, abbot of, papal mandatary, 12, 16, 190, 192, 355, 378, 381, 390, 391, 394, 398, 428, 513.
-, -, -, abbot and convent of, petition of, 203.
-, -, -, Cornelius, abbot of. See MacEgan.
-, -, -, Henry, abbot of. See Maccolyn.
-, -, -, Thomas, abbot of. See Oronayn.
-, -, -, canons of, 216, 223, 270, 405.

Ballintober, Baileintobairbride, Balintobairbride, Balintobairbrida [co. Roscommon], vicarage of, 555 and note, 575.

Ballybeg, in the parish of Buttevant, Buttevaunt, Botonia [co. Cork], Augustinian priory of St. Thomas the Martyr, prior of, papal mandatary, 74.
-, -, -, canon of, 131, 132.
-, -, -, its dependent cell of St. Mary, Crosmulyna. See Crossmolina.
-, -, Augustinian priory of St. Mary (rectius St. Thomas the Martyr), its dependent cell of Holy Trinity, 4.

Ballyboggan [co. Meath], Augustinian priory of Holy Trinity, de Laude Dei, prior of, papal mandatary, 222, 341.

Ballycashin, Ballycassyn [co. Waterford], church of, 508.

Ballydeloughy, Lochluacha, Lochluatha, alias de Dealuaacht [co. Cork], rectory of, 188.

Ballyenas. See Ballynaas.

Ballyhay, Balchayth [co. Cork], parish church of St. Lachtain, 74.

Ballykeen, Ballikuayne [King's Co.], vicarage of, 347.

Ballyloughloe, Lochluatha, Lochlocha [co. Westmeath], vicarage of, 553.
-, -, rectory of, 29.

Ballymore, Loch Seydi, Lochsedi, Lochssydi, Lochssyddi [co. Westmeath], rectory of St. Mary's, 20, 96, 132.
-, -, Cistercian priory, provision of a benefice in the patronage of the prioress and convent of, 440.

Ballymore, Tamlachtalyag, Tamlachtaliag [co. Armagh], rectory of, a prebend in Armagh, 275.
-, -, vicarage of, 18, 19.

Ballymote, Mota, Baile in muta [in the parish of Emlaghfad, co. Sligo], 155, 361.

Ballymscelyg, priory of, alias de Rupe. See St. Michael's Mount.

Ballynaas, Ballyenas [parish of Rathmacknee, co. Wexford], 252.

Ballynahinch. See Conmacnimara.

Ballynakill, Kyllchornnchere, Kyllcrumchir [barony of Leitrim, co.Galway], vicarage of St. Brandan, 25, 339.
-, -, Culdea [co. Sligo], vicarage of, 446.

Ballyniscelug, priory of, alias de Rupe. See St. Michael's Mount.

Ballynoe, Villa nova [co. Cork], rectory of, 533.

Ballysadare, Asdara, Assdare, Easdara, Easdata, Eassdare [co. Sligo], Augustinian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 16, 88, 122, 130, 155, 189, 199, 293, 297, 332, 381, 395.
-, -, -, Cornelius, abbot of. See Maccearryd.

Ballysakeery, Balecassakaeri [co. Mayo], 45.

Ballysumaghan, Druimduan, Drumduban [co. Sligo], rectory of, 446.
-, -, vicarage of, 93.

Balmerino, Balmorinach, Balmurinoch, Balmurynacht [co. Fife], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 126, 140, 208, 298, 505, 532.
-, -, -, monk of, 350.

Balnescotte, Thomas, an Augustinian canon, 217.

Balshall, Balshale [co. Warwick], Hospitallers' preceptory, 3.

Baluy, Balfadus, layman, 242.
-, -, -, Margaret his wife, 242.

Bambarch, Robert, vicar of West Torrington, 563.

Bampton, Baunton [co. Devon], rectory of, 349.

Bampton [co. Oxford], vicarage of, 247.

Banada, Beanfada, Benfada, Benffada [in Kilmacteige parish, co. Sligo], rectory of Offhicari, Ofychary or Efficaire and, 88, 89, 403, 552.
-, -, Augustinian priory of Corpus Christi, 455, 468.
-, - See also Kilmacteige.

Banes, Roland, clerk, 374.

Bangor [co. Carnarvon], 78.
-, -, dean of, papal mandatary, 191.
-, -, canon of. See Appulby; Saundir; Tregar.

Bank, John, rector of Hildersham, fellow of King's Hall, Cambridge, 62.

Bapthorpe, Ralph, layman, 240.
-, -, -, his wife, 240.

Barberii, Barbeir, Robert, a Cluniac monk of Paisley, to be prior of the same, 433, 454.

Barby, Barbi, Thomas, canon of Dublin, vicar of Naas, rector of Ardmulchan, 111.
-, -, -, papal mandatary, 221, 277.
-, -, William, warden of the chapel of Stalling, 536.

Bardney, Bardenay [co. Lincoln], Benedictine abbey of, 423.

Bared, John, an Augustinian canon of Ballybeg, dean of Killala, 131, 132.
-, -, Bared alias Macthomilin or Macgillacroni, Mulerus, canon of Killala, to have collation of the deanery of Killala, 131, 132.
-, -, -, papal mandatary, 393.
-, -, Mulerus, an Augustinian canon of Drumlane, to be prior of Crossmolina, 459.

Baret, Emundus, prior or warden of the cell of Holy Trinity, dependent on Ballybeg, 4.
-, -, Henry, rector of Killulagh, 547.
-, -, John, esquire, 365.
-, -, Robert, a canon of Killala, to have collation of the provostship of that church, 12, 13.
-, -, Thomas, prior or warden of the cell of Holy Trinity, dependent on Ballybeg, 4.

Barett, Elizabeth, 302.

Barford, Barforde [co. Northants], 216.

Barking, Berkyng [co. Essex], Benedictine abbey, nuns of, 230, 232, 243, 315.
-, -, abbess of. See Poole.

Barmtisburi, a prebend in Wyntorne (q.v.), 67.
-, - See Barnsley; Brondesbury.

Barnet, William, rector of Sutton, 123.

Barnsley [in Wimborne Minster, co. Dorset]. See Barmtisburi.

Barnwell, Bernewelle [co Cambridge], Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 119.

Baron, Roger, layman, 308.
-, -, -, his wife, 308.

Barow, William, an Augustinian canon, 367, 368, 409.

Barri, Anoria, 114.
-, - See also Barry; Bary.

Barrowby, Berowhby, Berowghy [co. Lineoln], 63, 245.

Barry, Thomas, bishop of Ossory, 504.
-, -, William, layman, 301.
-, -, -, Elena Roche his wife, 301.
-, - See also Barri; Bary.

Bars, Michael, a Friar Preacher, 205.

Barton, John, an Augustinian canon, 354.

Barton Stacey, Bartonsaci, Bertonstacy [co. Southants], vicarage of, 335, 380.

Bary, James, layman, 497.
-, - See also Barri; Barry.

Basel [Switzerland], Council of, letters of, 21.
-, -, -, deprivation of adherents of, 95, 143, 174, 207, 208, 226, 340, 415, 443, 487.

Basleg. See Bassaleg.

Baslick, Baislig [co. Roscommon], vicarage of, 575.

Bass, Bas [co. Haddington], 249.

Bassaleg, Basleg [co. Monmouth], 203, 204 and note.

Basset, John, layman, 242.
-, -, -, Joan his wife, 242.

Baston, Peter, an Augustinian canon and abbot of Clonard, 222.

Bate, John, subdean of York, master in Chancery, 261.

Bath [co. Somerset], Benedictine abbey of SS. Peter and Paul, prior of, papal mandatary, 270, 322.
-, -, -, prior and convent of, 349.
-, - and Wells [co. Somerset], bishop of, benefices in the gift of, 333.
-, -, bishop of, papal mandatary, 31, 83, 165, 267, 286, 481, 484, 488, 540, 541, 543, 557, 580.
-, -, Jocelin, bishop of. See Wells.
-, -, John, bishop of, chancellor of England. See Stafford.
-, -, Thomas, bishop of. See Bekynton.
-, -, William, bishop of. See Bitton.

Bathley, Robert, prior of St. Peter's, Westminster, 2.

Battle de Bello [co. Sussex], Cluniac abbey of St. Martin, abbot of, papal mandatary, 155, 462.
-, -, -, monk of, 217.

Baunton. See Bampton.

Bavaria [Germany], Augustinian friars' province of, 30 note.

Bawdeswell, Baldeswel [co. Norfolk], 8.

Bayeux [Calvados, France], bishop of, papal mandatary, 392.
-, -, Martin, dean of. See Pinardi.
-, -, John, archdeacon of Vés in. See Castiglioni.
-, -, canon of. See Peethowrde.

Bayly (alias Mcnulli), Nicholas, prior of St. Mary's, Connell, 218.

Bayn, William, canon and succentor of Ross, 426.

Baynthon, Baynton. See Bainton.

Bayonne [Basses-Pyrénées, France], Garsias, bishop of. See Arnaldus.
-, -, chapter, etc., papal letters to, 432.
-, -, William, bishop of. See Arnaldus.

Beagh, Bac and Cleceallid, Bach and Clekeallyd, Bac and Cliachcellaigli alias Kinoleadhaieararach [i.e. Cliath-Ceallayd of Cinel-Aedha-Echtge or na-Hechtge, the old name for Beagh, co. Galway], rectory of, 400.
-, -, vicarage of, 296, 358.

Beamston, Beamondyston [in Eastwell parish, co. Kent], 517.

Beanfada, Beannfada. See Banada.

Beauchamp, de Bellocampo, Henry, earl and duke of Warwick, 118, 232, 233, 518, 527.
-, -, -, -, Cecily his wife, 232, 233.
-, -, John, knight, lord of Powick, of the diocese of Worcester, 316.
-, -, -, -, Margaret his wife, 316.
-, -, John, knight, of the diocese of Worcester, 316.
-, -, -, -, Joan his wife, 316.
-, -, Beuchamp, Reginald, rector of Towyn, 320.
-, -, Richard, earl of Warwick, 64.
-, -, William, knight, 306, 311.
-, -, -, Elizabeth his wife, 306. 311.

Beauchief [co. Derby], Premonstratensian abbey, 205.

Beaufford, Sir Edmund, 465.
-, - See also Beaufort.

Beaufort Castle, Beuford [par. of Kiltarlity, co. Inverness], 378.

Beaufort, Henry, cardinal priest of St. Eusebius's, bishop of Winchester, 112, 159, 160–162, 186, 255, 334, 362, 475.
-, -, -, -, -, physician of. See Franchis.
-, -, Beauforde, John, duke of Somerset, 368, 579.
-, -, -, -, his wife, 368.
-, -, -, -, Margaret his relict, 579.
-, - See also Beaufford.

Beaulieu. See Beuly.

Beaumont, Henry, esquire, 311 bis.
-, -, -, Joan his wife, 311 bis.
-, -, Bellomonte, John de, 236.
-, -, -, Elizabeth his wife, 236.
-, -, Robert, canon of Salisbury, 318.

Bec Hellouin, Bec Herlouin [Eure, France], Benedictine abbey of St. Mary, 473, 474.

Bedford [co. Bedford], Robert, archdeacon of. See Thornton.

Bedwelty, Bedwellte [co. Monmouth], chapel of, 203, 204 and note.

Beene, Thomas, priest, 322.

Beetham, Bethom [co. Westmoreland], rectory of, 485, 512.

Beke, John, rector of Rollright, and of the college of St. Mary and All Saints (Lincoln College), Oxford, 35.
-, -, Thomas, rector of Boxwell, 416.

Bekyngham, John, layman, 503.
-, -, Richard, rector of Brogthon, 37.

Bekynton, Thomas, archdeacon of Buckingham, canon of Wells, 40, 236.
-, -, -, bishop of Bath and Wells, 336, 342, 511, 521, 544, 571, 591.
-, -, -, -, papal mandatary, 282.

Belacyffe. See Kilballyhue.

Belasize, Alice, 229, 230.

Belathuaslugead. See Ballinasloe.

Beldesford, Ralph, rector of Dungarvan, 194.

Belhelvie, Balhelwy [co. Aberdeen], vicarage of, 247.

Bell, Bel, Thomas, vicar of Montrose, 46.
-, -, William, rector of Melville, 341, 443, 535.

Bello Campo, de. See Beauchamp.

Bello Loco, de. See Beuly; Killagh.

Bello Monte, de. See Beaumont.

Belvoir [co. Leicester], Benedictine priory of St. Mary, a cell of St. Alban's, Richard, prior of. See Hall.

Belyngham, Thomas, rector of Claughton,6.

Bemefleete. See Benfleet.

Benala, David de, intruded rector of Melville, 443, 535.

Benandfada. See Banada.

Benet, Henry, clerk, 313.
-, -, John, priest, 301.
-, -, Stephen, layman, 301.
-, -, -, Isabel his wife, 301.

Benett, John, citizen of Canterbury, 306.
-, -, -, -, Margaret his wife, 306.
-, -, William, rector of Theddlethorp, 410.

Benevento [Campania, Italy], canon of. See Francisci.
-, -, sacrist of, papal mandatary, 296.
-, -, Benedictine abbey of St. Modestus (San Modesto), abbot of, papal mandatary, 296.
-, -, -, Nicholas, abbot of, 296.
-, -, Benedictine abbey of St. Sophia (Santa Sofia), abbot of, papal mandatary, 296.

Benfada, Benffada. See Banada.

Benfleet, Bemefleete [co. Essex], vicarage of, 301.

Benholme, Bonham, Benham [co. Kincardine], 107, 108, 126, 141, 142.

Beniton. See Bonnington.

Bennes, John, chaplain to William, bishop of Lincoln, 163.

Bennfada. See Banada.

Bere alias Dalbert, John de la, archdeacon of Surrey, canon of Salisbury, 333, 560.

Berengarii, Raymund, master of the order of the Hospitallers, 3.

Berks, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 177.
-, -, John, archdeacon of. See Norton.

Berkyng. See Barking.

Bermingham. See Bremicham.

Bernard, John, commissary of the bishop of Bath and Wells, 545.

Bernardi, William, rector of Oranmore, 87.

Bernwelle. See Barnwell.

Beron (i.e. Byron), John, knight, 229.
-, -, -, his wife, 229.

Berowghy, Berowhby. See Barrowby.

Bertelot, John, and Elizabeth his wife, 584.

Bertonstacy. See Barton Stacey.

Bertrem, David, to have collation of the vicarage of Kilmaurs, 97.

Bertyn, Robert, citizen of London, 312.
-, -, -, Catherine his wife, 312.

Berwick [co. Northumberland], house of Trinitarian friars at, 568.

Berwick, North, North Berwicke [co. Haddington], Cluniac priory, prioress and convent of, provision of a benefice in the patronage of, 28.

Bethom. See Beetham.

Betnam. See Bettenham.

Betnam, John, layman, 585.
-, -, -, Alice his wife, 585.

Bettenham, Betnam [in Cranbrook parish, co. Kent], 585.

Beuchamp. See Beauchamp.

Beuford. See Beaufort.

Beuwle alias Onync. See Owning.

Beuly, Beaulieu, de Bello loco [co. Inverness], priory of the Order of Valdes-Choux, prior of, papal mandatary, 144.

Beverley, Robert, rector of Nunburnholme, 7.

Beverley [co. York, N.R.], body and collegiate church of St. John of, 32.
-, -, collegiate church of St. John of, canon of. See Duffeld.
-, -, -, prebend of St. Stephen in, 10.
-, -, confirmation of charters to the burgesses of, 32.

Beweheham, John, layman, 241.
-, -, -, his wife, 241.

Bexhill, Bexle [co. Sussex] church of, 462.

Biconelle, Byconyll, William, canon of Wells, auditor-general of Canterbury, 321, 541.

Bilian, Thomas, priest, chancellor of Cloyne, rector of Clenor, 359.

Binfield. Bonfelde [co. Berks], church of, 578.

Bircham, Great [co. Norfolk]. See Bychammarie.

Bircome, archdeaconry of, in the diocese of Norwich, 287.

Birmingham, Byrmcham [co. Warwick], 587.
-, - See also Byrmcham.

Birokheswllil. See Burrishoole.

Birr, Birra [King's County], rectory of, 200.
-, -, vicarage of, 375.

Bischop, James, vicar of St. Paul's without the walls, Canterbury, 280.

Bisham, Bustlesham Montagu [co. Berks], Augustinian priory of Holy Trinity, prior of, 405.

Bishopstrow, Byschyppystrow [co. Wilts], 113.

Bittiler, Maurice, vicar of Ballinrobe, 398.
-, - See also Butiler.

Bittlesden, Bitlesden, Bittesden [co. Bucks], Cistercian abbey, petition of abbot and convent, 220.
-, -, -, abbot of, papal mandatary, 461.

Bitton, William de, bishop of Bath and Wells. 270.

Blacden, James, a Friar Preacher, bishop of Achonry, rector of Hedley, 288 (Corrigenda), 299.

Blach, John, canon of Kildare and prebendary of Lea, 509.
-, - See also Blak.

Black Notley. See Notley, Black.

Blak, John, layman, 49.
-, - See also Blach.

Blakey, Christopher, layman, 104.

Blakton, Hugh, clerk, canon of Dublin, 70.

Blare, Blar, John, esquire, 548.
-, -, Walter, archdeacon of Teviotdale, 174, 443.

Blatchington, East, St. Peter, Blechyngton Peverlay [co. Sussex], 66.

Bliton, William, layman, 243.
-, -, -, Catherine his wife, 243.

Blockley, Blokley [co. Worcester], 123.

Blondus (Biondo da Forli), 56 et passim.

Blosme, Margery, 186.

Blountisham. See Bluntisham.

Bloxwyck, John, bishop of Holar, 464.

Bluntisham, Blountisham [co. Huntingdon], 36.

Blyford, Blyforde [co. Suffolk], 365.

Boarstall, Borstall, Borstalt [co. Bucks], 303, 585.

Boconnoc, Boconnok [co. Cornwall], 313, 315.

Bodulgate, Bodulgath [parish of Lanteglos-by-Camelford, co. Cornwall], 315.

Bodulgath, Thomas, layman, 315.
-, -, -, his wife, 315.

Bogia, John de, dean of St. Peter's, Burlats, 2 note.

Boithans, de. See Yester.

Bokelond. See Buckland.

Bokyngham. See Buckingham.

Bold, Bolde [co. Lancaster], Elizabeth Scarysbrek of, 8, 9.

Bolde, William, donsel, 312.

Bologna [Romagna, Italy], papal court in residence at, 23, 27.
-, -, papal letters dated at, 29, 266.
-, -, Scots clerk at, 26.
-, -, Irish student at, 430.

Bolton, Isabel, nun of Barking, 243.
-, -, Roger, rector of Marchwiel, afterwards of Mobberley, 57, 58.

Bonavilla, Laurence de, prior of Goldcliff, petition of, 472 and note, 473–475.

Boner, William, prior and canon of St. Andrews, 350, 354, 455.

Bonfelde. See Binfield.

Bonham. See Benholme.

Boniface IX, confirmation of letters of, 101.

Bonitis, Master Bartholomew de, papal chaplain and auditor general of the court of the papal camera, 524.

Bonnington, Beniton [parish of Arbirlot, co. Forfar], 385.

Bonnule, Thomas, vicar of Galina, 554.

Bonrepos [cne. of St. Gelven, Côtes-du-Nord], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 41.

Boolio, monasterium S. Marie de. See Boyle.

Booth. See Bothe.

Bordesley [co. Worcester, Cistercian abbey, 335.

Borgnoveny. See Abergavenny.

Borhed, Catherine, widow, 365.

Bornius (or Borinus) [de Sala], 156, 215, 216 et passim.

Borsch. See Gorsch.

Borstall, Borstalt. See Boarstall.

Borthwyk, Alan de, de facto rector of Ecclesmachan, 137, 413.
-, -, John de, clerk, 413.

Bosegate. See Bozeat.

Boston [co. Lincoln], chapel of SS. John Baptist and Peter and Paul the Apostles, indulgence for visits to, 61.

Boston, John, a Benedictine monk, 205.
-, -, John, layman, 303.
-, -, -, Joan his wife, 303.

Botall. See Bothal.

Botary, Botari [in Cairney parish, co. Aberdeen], a prebend in Moray, 581.

Boteler, Botiller. See Butiler.

Bothal, Botall [co. Northumberland], St. Andrew, 159, 281.

Bothans, de Bothanis. See Yester.

Bothe, Laurence, rector of St. Botolph's by Billingsgate, 258.

Bothkyarayn alias Cluanbirand. See Clonbern.

Bothuel, John de, layman, 467.

Botill, Botyll, Robert, prior of St. John of Jerusalem in England, 304, 305, 586.

Bottisham, John, an Augustinian canon, 230.

Boucherat, Felix le, clerk, papal register rubricated by, 252 note.

Boulers, Reginald, abbot of Gloucester, 272.

Bourchier, Thomas, bishop of Worcester, afterwards of Ely, 327, 344, 416.

Bourford. See Burford.

Bourg-Baudouin (Le) [Seine-Inférieure, con. et cne. de Fécamp], Benedictine priory of St. Mary, John, prior of, 127.

Bourn, de Bruno. See Bruern.

Bourne, Brunne [co. Lincoln], Augustinian monastery of St. Peter, canon of, 265.

Bourton, diocese of York, 35.

Bovi, Bovy. See Morton.

Bovill, Sewall de, archbishop of York, 32.

Bowdon, John, rector of Dartington, 308.

Bowys, William, citizen of York, 313.
-, -, -, Agnes his wife, 313.

Box [co. Wilts], vicarage of, 250, 288, 309.

Bowxell [co. Gloucester], rectory of, 416.

Boyd, Elizabeth, damsel, 280.
-, -, Thomas, layman, 110.
-, -, -, Mariotta and Agnes his daughters, 110.

Boyis, William de, Benedictine monk, intruded prior of Coldingham, to be sacrist of Dunfermline, 298, 454.
-, - See also Boys.

Boyl, John, priest, master of Elgin hospital, 480.

Boyle, de Boolio, de Brolio, de Buellyo [co. Roscommon], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 417, 419, 447, 553.
-, -, -, Cornelius, abbot of. See Omochan.
-, -, -, monks of, 418, 423, 432.

Boys, Elizabeth, 284.
-, -, James, de facto vicar of Carbury, 191.
-, - See also Boyis.

Bozeat, Bosegate [co. Northants], 210.

Brackley, Brakeley [co. Northants], Augustinian hospital, master and chaplains of, 98–100.
-, -, -, Thomas, master of. See Morton.
-, -, -, statutes of, 98–100.

Bradfield, Bradefelde [co. Berks], 58.

Bradley, Thomas, anchorite at Norwich, 241.

Brady, Alexander, a Cistercian monk of Cupar, afterwards abbot of Dundrennan, 226.

Bragthon. See Brogthon.

Brakeley. See Brackley.

Brambletye, Brembelty [in East Grinstead parish, co. Sussex], 8.

Brampton [co. Hunt.], a prebend in Lincoln, 259.

Brampton, Thomas, 364.
-, -, -, Agnes his wife, 364.

Braylys, Simon, layman, 239.

Breaghwy, Brechmaid [co. Mayo], 176.

Breamore, Brommor [co. Southants], Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 335.

Brechin [co. Forfar], city of, 491.
-, -, contributions from the bishop and chapter to the church of, 247.
-, -, bishop of, papal mandatary, 93, 412, 535, 571.
-, -, -, provisions etc. of benefices in the patronage of, 11, 46, 94.
-, -, - and canons, petition of, 320.
-, -, John, bishop of. See Crannach.
-, -, dean and chapter etc. of, provisions etc. of benefices in the patronage of, 11, 46, 94.
-, -, dean of, papal mandatary, 147, 443, 491.
-, -, dean and subdean of, papal mandataries, 131.
-, -, dean and archdeacon of, papal mandataries, 130.
-, -, Cuthbert, dean of. See Henrici alias Alanson.
-, -, David, dean of. See Crannach.
-, -, Duncan, dean of. See Leighton.
-, -, John, dean of. See Leighton.
-, -, archdeacon, chapter and canons of, provisions of benefices in the patronage of, 94.
-, -, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 529, 545, 547.
-, -, Gilbert, archdeacon of. See Forstar.
-, -, Gilbert, precentor of. See Brown.
-, -, Robert, precentor of. See Crannach.
-, -, Andrew, precentor of. See Fysse.
-, -, Thomas, treasurer of. See Archer.
-, -, chancellor of, papal mandatary, 523, 524.
-, -, David, chancellor of. See Crannach.
-, -, Richard, chancellor of. See Wyli.
-, -, - See Rode.
-, -, official of, papal mandatary, 95.
-, -, canons of. See Crannach; Forbes; Leighton (Alexander de, John de); Monypeny; Pyot; Steyll; Tulach.
-, -, chapter of, election by, 23.
-, -, chaplain in the church of. See Tulach.
-, -, vicarage of, 83.
-, -, hospital of St. Mary Magdalen, master of. See Tulach.

Brechmaid. See Breaghwy.

Brecknock, Brekenol [co. Brecon], David, archdeacon of. See Chirbury.

Brembelty. See Brambletye.

Bremicham (Bermingham), John, to have collation of the vicarage of Athenry in the diocese of Tuam, 189, 190.
-, -, Bremichyam, John, vicar of Dunmore in the diocese of Tuam, 505.
-, -, Bremigham, Milerius, rector of Athenry, 55.
-, -, Bremecheam, Peter, vicar of Killeluane, 556.
-, -, Raymund (i.e. Redmond) dean, afterwards provost of Tuam, rector of Dunmore and of Athenry, 151, 174–177, 346.
-, -, Thomas, patron of the rectory of Dunmore, 176.
-, -, Walter, layman, 179.
-, -, Bremecham, William, priest, commissary of Tuam, 374.
-, - See also Brymecham.

Brentwood, Brentwode [co. Middlesex], chapel of St. Thomas the Martyr, 112.

Brerley. See Brierley.

Brescia [Lombardy], Peter, bishop of. See Monte.

Breton, John, clerk, 163.

Bretons. See Britons.

Breus, Thomas, lord of Sekford in the diocese of Ely, 365.

Breyach. See Macadoch.

Bricett, Great, Briceter, Brycet [co. Suffolk], Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 416.
-, -, -, canon of, 206.

Bridgetown, Villapontis de Fermoy [co. Cork], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, prior and convent of, appropriation to, 74.

Bridgnorth, Bryggenorth [co. Salop], chapel royal, prebend of Underton (q.v.) in, 125.
-, -, -, portionary or prebendary of. See Dyck.

Bridgwater, Brygewater [co. Somerset], Augustinian hospital of SS. John Baptist and John Evangelist, 203 and note.

Brierley, Brerley [in Felkirk parish, co. York, W.R.], manor of, 585.

Brightwell, Brygtowell [co. Berks], 112, 186.

Brisson, Henry, clerk, 442.

Bristol [co. Somerset], hospital of St. Bartholomew, 68.

Bristow, Brystow, Laurence, a Carmelite friar, to be an Augustinian canon and prior of Grasville, 219.
-, - See also Bustow.

Britons, Bretons, [in Hornchurch parish, co. Essex], 586.

Brockhall, Brokhole [co. Southants], 156.

Brocklesby [co. Lincoln]. See Newsham.

Brogthon, Bragthon, in the diocese of Lincoln, 37.
-, - See Broughton; Broughton Poggs.

Brok, Henry, 308.
-, -, -, Joan his wife, 308.

Broke, Anastasia, 580.
-, -, Thomas, rector of Broughton, 561.

Brokhole. See Brockhall.

Brolio, monasterium S. Marie de. See Boyle.

Brom, William, vicar of Bakewell, 253.

Bromfield, Bromfelde [co. Denbigh], 586.

Bromhale, Thomas, rector of Stanton St. Quintin, 521.

Brommor. See Breamore.

Bron, William. See Broun.

Brondesbury [in Willesden parish, co. Middlesex], prebend of. See Barmtisbury.

Brook Street, Sidburnbrok [in South Weald parish, co. Essex], hospital of St. John Baptist, warden of. See Germen.

Broughton, Broghton, dio. Lincoln, rectory of, 561.

Broughton Poggs, Broghton, Broughton [co. Oxford], 79.

Broun, Gilbert, a Friar Preacher, confessor of Eleanor Cobham, duchess of Gloucester, 4.
-, -, Robert, vicar of Malcarston, 394.
-, -, Bron, William, priest, vicar of Musselburgh (dead on 5 Oct. 1438), 28, 414.
-, -, -, vicar of Ednam, in the diocese of St. Andrews (dead on 5 Oct., 1438), 25.
-, -, William, layman, 588.
-, -, -, Agnes his wife, 588.
-, - See also Brown.

Brown, Browne, Alexander, rector of Chelsea, 61.
-, -, Gilbert, precentor of Brechin, 101.
-, -, Broune, John alias Persone, an Augustinian canon, prior of St. Mary's, Connell, 218.
-, -, Brouns, Thomas, bishop of Norwich, 282, 475, 513.
-, - See also Broun.

Browneflete, Henry, knight, 241.
-, -, -, his wife, 241.

Brownyng, William, a Benedictine monk, 231.

Bruce, Broys, James, James de, clerk, of the diocese of St. Andrews, 362.
-, -, -, canon of Glasgow, rector of Kilmany in the diocese of St. Andrews, 49, 50, 106.
-, -, -, formerly archdeacon, now bishop of Dunkeld, 129.

Bruern, de Bruno [co. Oxford], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary the Virgin, abbot of, papal mandatary, 344 (Corrigenda).

Bruges [Belgium], parish church of St. Cross, 11 note.
-, -, Carmelite house at, with chaplain who knows the Scottish language, 578.
-, -, John Damsori of, layman, 21, 22.

Bruisyard, Brusseyarde [co. Suffolk], nuns' monastery of the order of St. Clare, abbess and nuns of, 122.

Brunham. See Burnham.

Brun, Milerus, canon of Killala, 187.

Brunne. See Bourne.

Brusseyarde. See Bruisyard.

Bryan, Richard, warden of the chapel of Knowle, chaplain of Peter de Monte, 63.

Brycet. See Bricett.

Brygewater. See Bridgwater.

Brygge, William, rector of Wiveton, 33.

Bryggenorth. See Bridgnorth.

Brygtowell. See Brightwell.

Brymecham, Fulk, canon of Lichfield, 8.
-, - See also Bremicham.

Brynnech, Patrick de, chaplain of St. Thomas's in Moray, vicar of St. Giles's, Elgin, 447.

Brystow. See Bristow.

Brythwalton, William, prior of Coventry, 424.

Buckingham, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 511.
-, -, Thomas, archdeacon of. See Bekynton.
-, -, Humphrey, earl of. See Stafford.

Buckland, Bokelond [co. Devon], Cistercian abbey, abbot and convent, 349.

Bucknell, Bukynhill, Bukkinhulle, Bukynhulle [co. Oxford], 43, 68, 185, 280.

Bucterry, Henry. See Butoe.

Buge, Henry, treasurer of Ross, 431, 439, 449 and note.
-, -, Magnus, canon of Ross, afterwards vicar of Tain, 144, 449 and note.

Bugg, John, clerk, of the diocese of York, to be a notary public, 228.

Bukkinhulle, Bukynhill, Bukynhulle. See Bucknell.

Bullock, John, bishop of Ross, 128, 144.

Bulmer, Margaret, 484.

Bunratty, Bumrathy alias Tradey, Bunrachtyd, Bunnrathi alias Tradey [co. Clare], rectory of, 399, 400, 438.
-, -, vicarage of, 404.

Burford, Bourford [co. Oxford], 79, 80, 81 note, 364, 578.

Burges Keara. See Burriscarra.

Burges Voayll. See Burrishoole.

Burgh, Richard, nobleman, patron of Terryglass, 386.
-, -, John, clerk, of the diocese of Salisbury, notary public, 323.
-, - See also Burgo.

Burghehyr, John, layman, 370.
-, -, -, Margery his wife, 370.

Burgo, Avelina de, 361.
-, -, Cathelina de, of the diocese of Tuam, 182.
-, -, David, David de, canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 398.
-, -, -, canon of Tuam, rector of Aglish, vicar of Aghagower, 86, 87, 380, 381.
-, -, -, rector of Oranmore in the diocese of Annadown, 87.
-, -, Hubert, Hobertus de, rector of Duniry, 25.
-, -, John de, an Augustinian canon and abbot of Cong, afterwards archbishop of Tuam, 171, 176, 177, 184, 190, 205, 206, 225, 390, 508, 556.
-, -, Katelina de, of the diocese of Elphin, 564.
-, -, Margaret de, 492.
-, -, Onora de, 578.
-, -, Richard de, clerk, of the diocese of Tuam, to have collation of the provostship of Tuam, 174.
-, -, -, subdeacon, of the diocese of Emly, rector of Lachreachlamy, bishop elect of Emly, afterwards to be an Augustinian canon of St. Edmond's, Athassel, and prior of the same, 470, 471.
-, -, Sabina de, 116.
-, -, Sile de, 32.
-, -, Theobald de, rector of Duniry, 189.
-, - alias Ohuban, Thomas de, clerk, rector of Aglish, 380.
-, -, Thomas de, layman, 122.
-, -, Walter de, layman, 64.
-, -, William de, clerk, to be rector of Duniry, 339.
-, -, William de, layman, patron of Duniry in the diocese of Clonfert, 25.
-, -, -, donsel, patron of Ardrahan in the diocese of Kilmacduagh, 115.
-, -, -, layman, of the diocese of Tuam, 122, 578.
-, - See also Burgh.

Burii, Michael de, vicar of Eithe, 510.

Burke. See Burgo.

Burlats [dep. Tarn, France], collegiate church of St. Peter, dean of, papal mandatary, 2.
-, -, -, John, dean of. See Bogia.

Burnham, Henry, archdeacon of Lismore, chancellor of Limerick, rector of Dungarvan, 52–55, 137–139.

Burnham, Brunham [co. Norfolk], 78.

Burnhom. See Nunburnholme.

Burriscarra, Burges Keara alias Newtown [co. Mayo], 202.

Burrishoole, Birokheswllil alias Lothaccris, Burges Voayll [co. Mayo], rectory of, 92.
-, -, vicarage of, 390.

Burscough, Burschogh [co. Lanc.], Augustinian priory of St. Nicholas, prior of, papal mandatary, 285.

Burton, Henry, esquire, 235.
-, -, -, Margaret his wife, 235.
-, -, Joan, a nun of Nuneaton, 421.
-, -, John, layman, 307.
-, -, -, Isabel his wife, 307.
-, -, Richard, an Augustinian canon, 202.
-, -, Burtone, Robert, precentor of Lincoln, 162.

Burton Latimer, Burton Latymere [co. Northants], rectory of, 578.

Bury St. Edmunds [co. Suffolk], 365.
-, -, Benedictine abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 322.

Bustlesham Montagu. See Bisham.

Bustow (? rectius Bristow, q.v.), Laurence, priest, of the diocese of Worcester, 237.

Butiler, Boteler, Botiler, Buttiller, David, canon of Ossory, papal mandatary, 426.
-, -, Emundus, rector of Inishmaine, 206.
-, -, John, notary public, 228.
-, -, Butillier, John, rector of Burrishoole, 93.
-, -, Ralph, knight, 241.
-, -, -, his wife, 241.
-, -, -, lord Sudeley, treasurer of England, 566.
-, -, Thomas, a Trinitarian friar, 422.
-, - See also Bittiler.

Butoe, Bucterry, Buttery, Henry, a Cistercian monk of Cupar, to have provision of the abbey of Kinloss, 48, 352, 419.
-, -, -, abbot of Kinloss, papal mandatary, 142.

Buttevant, de Botonia. See Ballybeg.

Bychammarie [Great Bircham, co. Norfolk ?], 305.

Byconyll. See Biconelle.

Byrd, Thomas, a Friar Preacher, 411.

Byrkes, Gregory, donsel, 163.

Byrmcham (i.e. Birmingham), William, knight, 587.
-, -, -, Isabel his wife, 587.
-, - See Birmingham.

Byron. See Beron.

Byschyppystrow. See Bishopstrow.