Index of Persons and Places
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'Index of Persons and Places: D', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 9: 1431-1447 (1912), pp. 618-623. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=103462 Date accessed: 26 November 2014.


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Dabaly in Roba in Keara. See Ballinrobe.

Dachorand. See Corran.

Dacre, Thomas de, nobleman, 58.
-, -, -, Hugh his son, clerk, 58.

Dalamore, Margaret, 440.

Dalbert. See Bere.

Dalby Magna, [co. Leic.], vicarage of, 245.

Dalle, John, 231.

Dalry, Dalre [co. Ayr], vicarage of St. Margaret, 144, 145.

Dalserf, Dalseeff [co. Lanark], chapel of, 427.

Dalton, James, an Augustinian canon of Ballyboggan, to have provision of the abbey of Clonard, 222, 223.
-, -, John, priest, of the diocese of Lincoln, 34.
-, -, -, rector of Harlestone in the diocese of Lincoln, 34 note, 155.

Damsori, John, of Bruges, layman, 21, 22.

Danby, Robert, donsel, 518.
-, -, -, Elizabeth his wife, 518.

Dancastyrone, John, donsel, 237.
-, -, -, Jaqueta his wife, 237.

Daneham. See Davenham.

Danet, John, 521.
-, -, -, Elizabeth his relict, 521.

Dangu [dep. Eure, con. Gisors, France], castle of, 428.

Daniel, papal registers rubricated by. See Tries.

Danvars, Danwers, John, of the diocese of Lincoln, 233.
-, -, -, Joan his wife, 233.
-, -, Joan, of the diocese of Salisbury, 317.

Danyellis, William, rector of Staunton, 523.

Darell', William, donsel, 364.
-, -, -, his wife, 364.

Darley, Derley [co. Derby], Augustinian abbey, abbot of, 228.

Darlington, Derlyngton [co. Durham], collegiate church of St. Cuthbert, 158.
-, -, -, indulgence to penitents at, 175.
-, -, -, Richard, dean of. See Wilton.
-, -, -, canon of. See Hanslape.

Darsy, Thomas, rectory of Bucknell, 185, 280.

Dartington [co. Devon], rectory of, 308.

Dartraighi, Dartragy. See Galloon.

Dartry, Datraie [barony of Rosclogher, co. Leitrim], deanery of, 478.

Daunay, John, donsel, 303.
-, -, -, Margaret his wife, 303.
-, -, -, John their son, 303.

Dauney, William, preceptor of Dinmore, 301.

Daunttesey, Edward, bishop of Meath, 103.

Davenham, Daneham [co. Chester], 81.

David, king of Scots, charter of, 456, 457.

David ap Gruffyt Vichan (rectius Vachan), vicar of Cwmdû, 85.

David ap Griffith Vazan [Vaghan] ap Greffyth ddu, layman, 496.

David Lewelini, vicar of Llantwit, 495.

David Lloyd. See Philip ap David Lloyd.

Dawy, John, citizen of London, 239.
-, -, -, his wife, 239.

Dax [Landes, France], Garsias, bishop of. See Arnaldus.
-, -, William, bishop of. See Arnaldus.

Dealbna Eathra, Delwenethie, i.e. barony of Garrycastle [King's County], 29.

Dealuaacht. See Ballydeloughy.

Dearg. See Abbeyderg.

Deepdale, Burnham, Depedale [co. Norfolk], 114.

Deeping, John, prior of. St. Botolph's, Colchester, afterwards abbot of St. Osyth, 28, 29.

Deer, Dere [co. Aberdeen], prebend of, 294.
-, -, Old, Dere [in Buchan parish, co. Aberdeen], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 95, 509, 524.
-, -, -, Arthur, abbot of. See Tulau.
-, -, -, Nicholas, abbot of. See Fores.
-, -, -, monk of, 47.

Dekylburgh in the Fields. See Dickleburgh.

Delvin, Delvyn [co. Westmeath], 35, 343.

Delwenethie. See Dealbna Eathra.

Denbigh, Dynbygh [co. Denbigh], 7.

Dene, John, layman, 336.

Denham [co. Suffolk], 306.

Denmoure. See Dinmore.

Depedale. See Deepdale.

Depyng, Deping, John, canon of Lincoln, 161.
-, -, -, the younger, clerk, notary public, 161.

Derby, John, citizen of London, 230, 516.
-, -, -, -, Margaret his wife, 230, 516.

Derby, Derbey [co. Derby], chapel royal of, 71.

Dere. See Deer.

Derley. See Darley.

Derlingtone, Derlyngton. See Darlington.

Dermach. See Durrow.

Derrane, Dorean, Doreayn [in Kilbride parish, co. Roscommon], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, prior of, papal mandatary, 153, 179, 285, 419.

Derry [co. Londonderry], bishop of, papal provision of a benefice in the patronage of, 17.
-, -, -, papal mandatary, 149.
-, -, bishop and chapter of. papal provisions of benefices in the patronage of, 89.
-, -, John, bishop of. See Ogubuin.
-, -, dean of, papal mandatary, 149, 428.
-, -, dean and chapter of, collation by, sede vacante, 17.
-, -, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 149, 428.
-, -, canons of. See Mackamayl; Ocailte.
-, -, city and diocese of, intimidation in, 17.
-, -, Cella Nigra, Augustinian abbey of St. Columba, abbot of, papal mandatary, 425.
-, -, -, Maurice, abbot of, de facto rector of Fahan. See Macgillabridi.

Derrybrusk, de Arymbrosca [co. Fermanagh], parish church of St. Senach's, 450.

Derumcleyb. See Drumcliff.

Desmond, Dessimonie [co. Kerry], James earl of. See FitzGerald.

Detechcalan (i.e. de Techcalan). See Tehallan.

Deueleke. See Duleek.

Deveros (Devereux), Deuros, Miles, clerk, to have collation of a canonry and prebend of Ferns, 276.
-, -, Walter, lord of Weobley, knight, 585.
-, -, -, Elizabeth his wife, 585.

Devon, earl of. See Courtenay.

Dewsbury, Dewburi [co. York, W.R.], church and township, 306.

Diamore, Dromare [co. Meath], rectory of, 29.

Dickleburgh, Dekylburgh in the Fields [co. Norf.], 365.

Didaci de Coca, Master John, papal chaplain and auditor, 273, 544.

Digby, Dyggeby, Everard, layman, 231.
-, -, -, Elizabeth his wife, 231.

Dimmok, John, layman, 370.
-, -, -, Beatrice his wife, 370.

Dinas Powis, Dynaspowes [co. Glamorgan], parish church of St. Andrew, 63.

Dingestow, Landyngant [co. Monmouth], vicarage of, 579.

Dingwall, Dyngwel [co. Ross], St. Laurence's chapel in the castle of, 464.
-, -, vicarage of, 464.

Dingwall, Dyngwel, John de, rector of St. Laurence's chapel in the castle of, 464.
-, -, Thomas de, vicar of Dingwall, 464.

Dinmore, Denmoure [co. Hereford], Hospitallers' preceptory of, 301.

Dionisius [Simonelli, as in Cal. Lett., viii], papal registers rubricated by, 21 note, 265 note, 323 note, 425 note, 468 note, 540 note.

Discert Maellycala. See Dysert [co. Clare].

Disertkeallayd. See Isertkelly.

Dissington, Dissynton, Dysyngton, David de, clerk, chancellor of Caithness, 348, 532.

Dissert Odriaellach. See Dysert [co. Kerry].

Disyrt Malacala. See Dysert [co. Clare].

Dobbes, Robert, clerk, commissary of the official of York, 254.

Doid, Richard, priest, 415.

Dokesworthe. See Duxford.

Dolman, Walter, layman, 520 (bis).
-, -, -, Agnes his wife, 520 (bis).

Dominici, Duncan, rector of Eye in the diocese of Sodor, 169.
-, -, -, See Macanfirlegind.

Domnachmagheri. See Donaghmoyne.

Domnachmor, Domnachmormugisy, Domnacmor, Domnaemor. See Donaghmore.

Dompnachimagen. See Donaghmoyne.

Donachmor. See Donaghmore.

Donaghcumper [co. Kildare]. See St. Wolstan's.

Donaghmoyne, Domnachmagheri (rectius Domnachmaghen), Dompnachimagen [co. Monaghan], vicarage of, 92, 396, 397.

Donaghmore, Domnachmor Maighiithi, Domnaemor, Domnacmor, Domnachmormugisy [co. Donegal], rectory of, 149, 428.
-, -, vicarage of, 89.

Donaghmore, Donachamor, Donachmor [co. Limerick], a prebend in Limerick, 404, 438.

Donaghmore, Domnachmor, Donachmor [co. Tyrone], rectory of, 20, 383.

Donaghmore [co. Wexford]. See Glascarrig.

Doncani. See Duncani.

Doncaster, Doncastell' [co. York, W.R.], 306.

Donde. See Dundee.

Dondonald, Dondownalde. See Dundonald.

Dongarven. See Dungarvan.

Donncastell'. See Doncaster.

Donne, Helen, 492.
-, -, Richard, layman, 492.

Donyne, John, vicar of Errol, afterwards of Perth, 140.
-, -, Thomas, to have collation of the vicarage of Errol, 140.
-, -, See also Dunnovin; Dunnyng.

Dorchester or Dorset, John, archdeacon of. See Hody.

Dorean, Doreayn. See Derrane.

Dorney, Dornae [co. Bucks], 517.

Dorset or Dorchester, John, archdeacon of. See Hody.

Dot, Sir Richard, vicar of Belhelvie, 247.

Douglas, Archibald, earl of, 24.
-, -, William, earl of, 460, 467, 577.
-, -, Duuglas, Henry de, 588.
-, -, James, donsel, 107.
-, -, Dowglas, John de, priest, 417, 421, 433, 448, 476.
-, -, Duglas, Margaret de, 467.
-, -, Dulglas, Mariota de, prioress of Haddington, 326.

Dounvyll, Roger, rector of both portions of Lymm, 73.

Dowglas. See Douglas.

Down [co. Down], city and diocese of, 547.
-, -, John, bishop of. See Cely.
-, -, Ralph, bishop of, sometime prior of Newark. See Adderley.

Down, John, a Benedictine monk, 304.

Drake, Thomas, layman, 186.
-, -, -, Margery his wife, 186.

Drakys, William, prior of Coldingham, 298.
-, -, See also Drax.

Drameskenet. See Dromiskin.

Draper, Thomas, donsel, 43, 104.

Drax, Robert, layman, 229.
-, -, -, Eleanor his wife, 229.
-, -, See also Drakys.

Driborch. See Dryburgh.

Drogheda [co. Louth], Crouched Friars' house of St. John Baptist outside the walls, 221.

Dromare (rectius Diomare). See Diamore.

Dromdaleague, Drumdaliag [co. Cork], a prebend in Cork, 170.

Dromiskin, Drameskenet [co. Louth], archiepiscopal manor, 56.

Dromore [co. Down], David, bishop of. See Chirbury.
-, -, bishop, dean and chapter of, provision of a benefice in their patronage, 292.
-, -, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 581.
-, -, official of, papal mandatary, 581.
-, -, canons of. See Macgillabridi; Maginn; Obyrrn; Omustehee; O'Rony.
-, -, parish church of St. Colman, annexed to a prebend in the cathedral, 168.

Drong. See Drung.

Dronrath (rectius Dromrath). See Drumraney.

Druell, John, canon of Astley, rector of Monks' Risborough, chaplain to the archbishop of Canterbury, 62.
-, -, -, canon of Hastings, rector of Marnhull, 70, 71.

Druimduan. See Ballysumaghan.

Druimlean. See Drumlane.

Drum, Mageharnain [co. Roscommon], vicarage of, 391.

Drumcliff, Derumcleyb, Drumkleuyd [co. Clare], 331, 372.
-, -, See Ocormayc.

Drumcolumb, Drumcolin [co. Sligo], 446.

Drumcudyn, Alexander de, vicar of Westra, 398.

Drumdaliag. See Dromdaleague.

Drumduban. See Ballysumaghan.

Drumichaca. See Drumkay.

Drumirath. See Drumrat.

Drumkay, Drumichaca [co. Wicklow], church of St. Berchan, 393.

Drumkleuyd. See Drumcliff.

Drumlane, Druimlean, Drumlaan, Drumlean, Drymlethan [cò. Cavan], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, prior of, papal mandatary, 441, 531, 555, 558.
-, -, -, Cormac, prior of, afterwards bishop of Ardagh. See Magawrakan.
-, -, -, canons of, 459, 493, 528, 558.
-, -, deanery of, 478.

Drumline, Drumlyhyll [co. Clare], rectory of, 400.

Drummeruely. See Drumreilly.

Drumnacilli Cuoach in Barai'dh [boundary of Kilvarnet, co. Sligo], 381.

Drumraney, Dronrath (rectius Dromrath), Drumrane alias Drumreath [co. Westmeath], parish church of St. Enan, 110, 550.

Drumrat, Drumirath [co. Sligo], 89.

Drumreath alias Drumrane. See Drumraney.

Drumreilly, Drummeruely alias Kynnelochan [co. Leitrim], rectory of, 506.

Drung, Drong [co. Cavan], vicarage of, 338.

Druryng, Thomas, layman, 368.
-, -, -, Joan his wife, 368.

Dryburgh, Driborch [co. Roxburgh], Premonstratensian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 174.

Drydane, Robert, priest, chaplain of James II, king of Scots, to have collation of the rectory of Kirkpatrick, 49.

Drymlethan. See Drumlane.

Drysternau. See Tristernagh.

Dublin [co. Dublin], archbishop of, papal mandatary, 56, 393.
-, -, Richard, archbishop of. See Talbot.
-, -, dean and chapter of, 115, 116.
-, -, Robert, archdeacon of. See Dyck.
-, -, official of, papal mandatary, 393.
-, -, canons of. See Barby; Blakton; Cruys.
-, -, cathedral church of St. Patrick, statutes of, 70.
-, -, -, minor canons and choristers in, 116.
-, -, cathedral church of Holy Trinity, 115, 116.
-, -, Augustinian abbey of St. Thomas the Martyr outside the walls, abbot of, papal mandatary, 277.
-, -, Crouched Friars' house of St. John Baptist outside the New Gate, 222.
-, -, See St. Wolstan's.

Ductani, Laurence, vicar of Machar, afterwards of Inverurie, 523, 524.

Duffeld, Duffelde, John, canon of Howden, 240.
-, -, Thomas, a Benedictine monk, 261.
-, -, -, priest, 370.
-, -, William, archdeacon of Colchester and rector of St. Ewe, afterwards archdeacon of Cleveland and rector of Clifton Campville, canon of York, Beverley and Southwell, in the service of John, archbishop of York, 10.

Duffus, Duffis [co. Elgin], a prebend in Moray, 131, 148.

Dugaldi, Moricius, a canon of Argyll, 13.

Dukylroran. See Killeroran.

Duleek, Deueleke [co. Meath], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, canon of, 367.

Dulglas. See Douglas.

Duma, Duma Cylnaromanach, dio. Elphin, vicarage of, 568, 575.

Dumbar. See Dunbar.

Dummor. See Dunmore.

Dunamon, Dunimgain [co. Roscommon], church of, 285.

Dunbar, Dumbar, Dwnbare [co. Haddington], collegiate church, Adam, dean of. See Hebburn.
-, -, -, Robert, dean of. See Yong.
-, -, -, canon of. See Crannach.
-, -, -, prebend of Dunbar in, 11.
-, -, William de, clerk, 413, 444.
-, -, earls of, 456.
-, -, Patrick, earl of, 457.

Dunblane [co. Perth], bishop of, papal mandatary, 48, 49, 131, 146, 535, 540.
-, -, Michael, bishop of. See Ochiltree.
-, -, dean of, papal mandatary, 527.
-, -, Alexander, chancellor of. See Leighton.
-, -, Robert, chancellor of. See Crannach.
-, -, official of, papal mandatary, 441, 444, 498.
-, -, canons of. See Leiche; Mac nachtane; Ochiltree.

Duncani, Doncani, Cristinus, clerk, vicar of St. John the Evangelist's in Islay, 395.
-, -, Donald, clerk. See Macmolissa.
-, -, Duncan, canon of Lismore alias Argyll, 408.
-, -, Martin, rector de facto of Eye, 169.

Dundagre, Dundaygre. See Duniry.

Dundee, Donde, Dunde [co. Forfar], 100.
-, -, Augustinian house (hospital) of the order of St. Anthony at, 412.
-, -, parish church of St. Clement, 323.

Dundonald, Dondonald, Dondownalde [co. Ayr], 421, 476, 577.

Dundonall, Robert, warden or prior of the cell or priory of St. Mary, Crossmolina, 459.

Dundrennan, Dundranen [co. Kirkcudbright], Cistercian abbey, Alexander, abbot of. See Brady.
-, -, -, Thomas, abbot of. See Lewynston.
-, -, -, monk of, 226.

Dunfermline, Dunfermlyng, Dunfermeline [co. Fife], Benedictine abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 349, 407, 476.
-, -, -, Andrew, abbot of, 267, 271, 298, 433.
-, -, -, Richard [de Bothuil], abbot of, 432, 433, 436, 454, 465, 477.
-, -, -, William, abbot of, 271.
-, -, -, abbot and convent of, papal provision of a benefice in the patronage of, 28.
-, -, -, -, petitions from, 267, 298.
-, -, -, sacrist of, 417, 432, 433, 454.
-, -, ... convent and vassals of, papal letters to, 271, 433.

Dungarvan, Dongarven, Dwngarwan [co. Waterford], 52–55, 137, 171, 182, 183, 194.

Dunimgain. See Dunamon.

Duniry, Dundagre, Dundaygre [co. Galway], 25, 188, 339.

Dunkeld [co. Perth], bishop of, papal mandatary, 2, 26, 44, 66, 95, 145, 267, 378, 401, 454, 476, 508, 510, 542, 543, 576.
-, -, -, papal commissary, 569.
-, -, -, papal provisions of benefices in the patronage of, 22, 94, 152.
-, -, Alexander, bishop of. See Lauder.
-, -, James, bishop of. See Bruce; Kennedy.
-, -, dean of, papal mandatary, 48, 49, 75, 90, 529.
-, -, Alexander, dean of. See Leighton.
-, -, Donald, dean of. See Macnachtane.
-, -, John, dean of. See Railstoun; Stewart.
-, -, Richard, dean of. See Clepham.
-, -, Robert, dean of. See Tulach.
-, -, dean and chapter of, papal provisions of benefices in the patronage of, 22, 94, 152.
-, -, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 547, 548, 565.
-, -, -, patronage of, 94.
-, -, Alexander, archdeacon of. See Lauder.
-, -, precentor of, papal mandatary, 22.
-, -, Nicholas, precentor of. See Atholia.
-, -, canons of. See Arowis; Balfour; Crannach (David de); Ker; Pyot; Stewart; Tullach (Robert de and Thomas de).
-, -, chapter of, election to the deanery by, 390.
-, -, chapter, clergy, people and vassals of, papal letters to, 127, 130.
-, -, chapter, etc. of, papal provision of benefices in the patronage of, 94.
-, -, subdeanery prebend in, 106 (bis).

Dunkeswell [co. Devon], Cistercian abbey, monk of, 569.

Dunleckny, Dunlechny alias Kyldrynach [co. Carlow], 191.

Dunlichty, Londichty, Lundithey, Lundychty [co. Inverness], rectory of, 84, 93, 94, 152.

Dunmore, Dunmor, Dummor [co. Galway], 151, 176, 192, 505.

Dunmow, Great [co. Essex], rectory of, 463.

Dunnovin, Dunon, Dunnovyn (Dunning), Andrew de, archdeacon of Sodor, abbreviator of apostolic letters, rector of Dunlichty, 94, 152.
-, -, -, papal mandatary, 530.
-, -, See also Donyne; Dunnyng.

Dunnyng, William, layman, 243.
-, -, -, his wife, 243.
-, -, See also Donyne; Dunnovin.

Dunon. See Dunnovin.

Durant, John, warden of the chapel of Stelling, 536.

Dureford. See Durford.

Duremort, Giles de, abbot of Fécamp, afterwards bishop of Coutances, 127, 431.

Durford, Dureford [in the parish of Rogate, co. Sussex], Premonstratensian abbey of SS. Mary and John Baptist, Thomas, abbot of, 65.
-, -, -, monk of, 65.

Durham [co. Durham], bishop of, papal mandatary, 249, 503, 562, 579.
-, -, Robert, bishop of. See Neville.
-, -, bishop and chapter of, 299.
-, -, Robert, archdeacon of. See Rolleston.
-, -, official of, 451.
-, -, Benedictine priory (cathedral) of St. Cuthbert, prior and chapter of, faculty to, 77.
-, -, -, prior of, papal mandatary, 110, 158, 177.
-, -, -, its patronage of Coldingham, 298, 456, 457.
-, -, -, statutes of, 77.
-, -, -, dependent cell of. See Lytham.

Durhame, John de, vicar of Culmac, 547.

Duris. See Durris.

Durisder, Andrew de, rector of Kilpatrick, 554.

Durmach, Durmmach. See Durrow.

Durris, Duris [co. Kincardine], parish church of, 509.

Durrow, Dermach, Durmach, Durmmach [King's County], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, prior of, papal mandatary, 337, 341, 347.
-, -, -, dependent priory of, 220.

Dusce. See Graiguenamanagh.

Duston [co. Northants], church of, 210.

Duthyt, William, rector of Ballynoe, 533.

Dutton, Richard, rector of Eccleston, afterwards rector of Rostherne and archdeacon of Meath, 123, 560.

Duuglas, Henry de. See Douglas.

Duxford, Dokesworthe [co. Cambridge], 3.

Dwngarwan. See Dungarvan.

Dyck, Dych, Robert, archdeacon of Dublin, perpetual beneficiary or prebendary of Ledbury, Chulmleigh and Bridgnorth, chaplain of Hen-Llys, rector of St. Patrick's, Trim, counsellor of Henry VI, 125.

Dyer, Martin, priest, notary to the bishop of Exeter. 573.

Dyggeby. See Digby.

Dygon, Richard, layman, 484.
-, -, -, Agnes his wife, 484.
-, -, William, rector of Uplyme, 485.

Dylluyn, Peter, layman, patron of Drumraney, 110.

Dynaspowes. See Dinas Powis.

Dynbygh. See Denbigh.

Dyngwel. See Dingwall.

Dysert, Dissert Odriaellach [co. Kerry], vicarage of, 195.

Dysert, Discert Maellachala, Dyssyart Mallycalla or Mellacalla, Dyssertmellacalla [co. Clare], a prebend in Killaloe, 346, 359.
-, -, rectory of, 331.
-, -, vicarage of, 295, 371, 372.

Dysirtfinkel, Dyssertfyncelle. See Knockbride.

Dyssertmellacalla, Dyssyart Mallycalla. See Dysert.

Dysyngton. See Dissington.