Index of Persons and Places
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'Index of Persons and Places: E', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 9: 1431-1447 (1912), pp. 623-626. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=103463 Date accessed: 28 November 2014.


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Eacanach. See Aghanagh.

Eare Wear, Aberweyr (now called Amroth Castle), in Amroth parish [co. Pembroke], 516.

Earlston, Gesildon [co. Berwick], vicarage of, 441.

Easdata, Easdara. Eassdare. See Ballysadare.

East Tilbury, Estilbury [co. Essex]. See Tilbury.

Eastwell [co. Kent]. See Beamston.

Eccles [co. Norfolk], 525.

Ecclesmachan, Ecclesmauchane [co. Linlithgow], 136, 137.

Eccleston [co. Chester], rectory of, 123, 560.

Eckington, Ekyngton, in the county of Derby, 8.

Eddon, Richard, layman, 80.
-, -, -, Maud his wife, 80.

Edenburgh. See Edinburgh.

Ederham. See Edrom.

Edgar, king of Scotland, charter by, 456, 457.

Edinburgh, Edinborch, Edymburch, Eduynburgh, Edynburch, Edynburcht, Endenburgh [co. Edinburgh], 71.
-, -, charter dated at, 457.
-, -, Augustinian abbey of Holyrood, abbot of, papal mandatary, 21, 96, 289, 319, 340, 384, 413, 441, 444, 536, 554.
-, -, James, abbot of. See Cameron.
-, -, -, canons of, 264, 567.
-, -, -, testamentary jurisdiction of the court of, 21.
-, -, vicarage of St. Giles, 541.

Edingham, Edyngham, Thomas, rector of Hardres, 536.

Edington, Edyndon, Edyngton [co. Wilts], house of the Order of Bonshommes de Grandmont, brother of, 314, 584.

Edmond, John, an Augustinian brother, 115.

Ednam, Edname, Sdname [co. Roxburgh], 24.

Edrom, Ederham, Edram [co. Berwick], 457.
-, -, vicarage of, 450.

Eduynburgh. See Edinburgh.

Edward I, king of England, 32.

Edward II, king of England, 32.

Edward III, king of England, 32.

Edward, John, dean of Kildare, 347.

Edwardi, William, bishop of Kildare, 330.

Edynburch, Edynburcht. See Edinburgh.

Edyndon, Edyngton. See Edington.

Efficaire. See Banada.

Effin, Effyng [co. Limerick], a prebend in Limerick, 171, 195.

Eglwyswrw, Eglowyse Vroo [co. Pembroke], 454.

Eglyn (rectius Elgyn). See Elgin.

Eithe. See Ethie.

Ekyngton. See Eckington.

Eland alias Wilkynneson, Thomas, vicar of Halifax, 306.

Eland. See Elland.

Eldon, Eldon Minor [co. Durham], a prebend in Auckland, 68.

Eldrede, John, canon of Lincoln, 156.

Elfinston. See Elphinstone.

Elfiolo, Benedictine monastery of St. Mary de, in the diocese of Gubbio, 30.

Elgin, Clgyne (rectius Elgyne), Eglyn (rectius Elgyn), Elgyn [co. Elgin or Moray], vicarage of St. Giles's, alias the prebend of 'centum solidorum' in Moray, 447. 528.
-, -, hospital called God's House at, Alexander, master of. See Leighton.
-, -, -, James, master of. See Innes.
-, -, -, John, master of. See Boyl.

Eliet, John, lord of Eare Wear in Amroth, 516.
-, -, -, -, Katherine his wife, 516.

Eliotson, Elyotson, John, priest, vicar of Kilmany, 50, 539.

Elkington, Elkyngton, Thomas, a Benedictine monk, 423.
-, -, William, an Augustinian canon, 218.

Elland, Eland [co. York, W.R.], 306.

Ellem, John de, monk and cellarer of Culross, abbot of Kinloss, 326, 360, 419.

Ellesmere, Ellismere [co. Salop], vicarage of St. Mary's, 375.

Ellon, Ellone, [co. Aberdeen], a prebend in Aberdeen, 508.

Elmley Castle, Elmeley castell [co. Worcester], chantry of, 285.

Elphin [co. Roscommon], bishop of, papal mandatary, 133, 179, 184, 251, 294, 422, 424, 432, 564, 574, 575.
-, -, John, bishop of, 427.
-, -, William, bishop of. See O'Hedian.
-, -, bishop, dean and chapter of, provision of benefices in the gift of, 134, 360.
-, -, dean of, papal mandatary, 426, 432, 548, 553, 555, 565, 568, 575.
-, -, provost of, papal mandatary, 147.
-, -, Donatus, provost of. See Omurayn.
-, -, Reginald, provost of. See Ocearnaig.
-, -, Thady, provost of. See Macdiarmada.
-, -, William, provost of. See Oflannagan.
-, -, Rory, provost of. See Omochan.
-, -, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 200, 226, 294, 392.
-, -, Cornelius, archdeacon of. See Oconel.
-, -, Magonius, archdeacon of. See Omochan.
-, -, Odo, archdeacon of. See Macdiarmada.
-, -, Thady, archdeacon of. See Macgereachtayd.
-, -, official of, papal mandatary, 153, 179, 211, 263, 285, 294, 423, 424, 430, 432.
-, -, canons of. See Macdiarmada; Macdonnany; Macdonnchaid; MacEgan (Dermit); Macgereachtayd; Macgillaruayd; Mackedian; Oconchubair; Offaluyn; Offlannagan; Ofuorcraid; Omochan; Osgynyn.
-, -, community of (communitas, i.e. the common fund or property of the chapter), 180, 184, 285.

Elphinstone, Elphinsten, Patrick, priest, 412.
-, -, Elphinston, Elfinston, William de, canon of Glasgow, vicar of Ashkirk, rector of Ecclesmachan, litigant about the rectory of Benholme, 44, 45, 126, 136, 137, 141, 413, 414.
-, -, -, papal mandatary, 454.

Elstowe, Richard, rector of Burton Latimer, 578.

Elten, G. de, 1 et passim.

Elton, Aylton [co. Hunt.], 66.

Elvet [co. Durham], 518.

Elwic, Elwyk, Alice de. of the diocese of Durham, 562.
-, -, Thomas, lord of the manor of Elwick in thediocese of Durham, 588.

Elwick [co. Northumberland], manor of, 588.

Elwyk, Alice de. See Elwick.

Ely [co. Cambridge], bishop of, exemption of King's College, Cambridge, from the jurisdiction of, 512.
-, -, -, papal mandatary, 540.
-, -, -, absence of from the see, 284.
-, -, Philip, bishop of. See Morgan.
-, -, Thomas, bishop of. See Bourchier.
-, -, administrator of the see of. See Luxembourg.
-, -, archdeacon of, 512.
-, -, chapter, etc. of, papal letters to, 47, 344.

Ely, Thomas, of London, 244.
-, -, -, -, Thomasina his wife, 244.

Elys, John, rector of Gravesend, 5.

Emly [co. Tipperary], bishop of, papal mandatary, 50, 51, 438, 442.
-, -, Cornelius, bishop of. See Ocunlis.
-, -, dean of, papal mandatary, 442.
-, -, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 442.
-, -, canon of. See Ohurchuly.

Emmote, Joan, 503.

Emory, John, layman, 583.
-, -, -, Joan his wife, 583.

Empingham, Empyngham [co. Rutland], 36.

Enac Drechlend. See Annagh.

Endenburgh. See Edinburgh.

Enekenydy (O'Kennedy), Sily, 336.

Enerlethan. See Innerleithan.

England, Augustinian friars' province of, 30 note.
-, -, enemies of the realm of, 84.
-, -, collector of the papal camera in, letters to, 44.
-, -, collector of the papal camera in. See Monte.
-, -, abbots and priors of, 57.
-, -, hospitallers of. See Hospitallers (in I.S.).

Erbure, Erdebury. See Arbury.

Eresby [co. Lincoln]. See Willoughby.

Ergum, John, Hospitaller, preceptor of Shengay, 234, 243.

Ernesby, John, rector of Checkendon, vicar of Cholsey, 80, 165.

Erol. See Errol.

Errigal Keerogue, Arigaldacerog, Ariguldaberog, Ariguldakerog [co. Tyrone], vicarage of, 19, 324.
-, -, rectory of, 362, 363 and note.

Errol, Erol [co. Perth], 140.

Erskine, Erskyn [co. Renfrew], vicarage of, 375.

Eschdale. See Eskdale.

Esecotyngwt (rectius Estcotyngwt). See Cottingwith.

Eskdale, Eschdale [co. Cumberland], chapel of St. Catherine the Virgin in, 480.

Essex, archdeacon of, 228.

Essulekan. See Ossulekan.

Essy, Robert de, clerk, to have collation of the vicarage of Auchterhouse, 22.

Estby, John, rector of Tusmore, 178.

Estfeld, William, councillor of Henry VI, 494.

Estilbury. See Tilbury.

Estouteville, William d'. See Cardinal Priests.

Est Penart. See Pennard.

Eteland, Hetland, diocese of Lichfield, 237, 239.

Ethale, Alexander, clerk, 509.

Ethie, Eithe [in Inverkeilltor, co. Forfar], vicarage of, 510, 511.

Eton (by Windsor), Etone [co. Bucks], college of St. Mary the Virgin, 281, 282, 478.
-, -, -, provost of. See Sever; Waynflete.

Eton. See Nuneaton.

Euraferayne. See Innerafferayn.

Eve verch Ieuan voia, of the diocese of Llandaff, 368.

Eve verch leuuan vab Nicol, of the diocese of St. Davids, widow, 300.

Evesham [co. Worcester], Benedictine abbey of St. Mary, SS. Peter and Paul and Egwin, 279.
-, -, -, abbot of, grant to, 469.
-, -, -, -, papal mandatary, 571.

Evreux [Eure, France], William, administrator of the see of. See Floquez.
-, -, bishop of, papal mandatary, 219.
-, -, Martial, bishop of. See Formier.
-, -, Pasquerius, bishop of, See Vaux.
-, -, Peter, bishop of. See Comborn.
-, -, chapter etc., of, papal letters to, 48.

Ewlme, John, layman, 308.
-, -, -, Guillermeta his wife, 308.

Exeter [co. Devon], duke of. See Holland.
-, -, bishop of, papal mandatary, 249.
-, -, bishop and dean and chapter, provision of benefices in the gift of, 333.
-, -, Edmund, bishop of. See Lacy.
-, -, dean of, papal mandatary, 244, 246, 248, 376, 379, 573.
-, -, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 267, 573.
-, -, Peter, archdeacon of. See Stucle.
-, -, precentor of, papal mandatary, 244, 246, 248, 376, 379, 573.
-, -, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 244, 246, 248, 376.
-, -, Michael, treasurer of. See Lercedekyn.
-, -, chancellor of, papal mandatary, 123.
-, -, John, chancellor of. See Snetysham.
-, -, canons of. See Lercedekyn; Morton alias Bovy; Morwill; Odelond; Snetysham; Stucle.
-, -, cathedral church of, 248.
-, -, -, chantry priest in. See Paulyn.
-, -, All Hallows' church, Goldsmith street, 559.
-, -, St. Laurence's church, 308.

Exonis, Uxonis, John de, layman, 361.
-, -, Milerus de, vicar of Kildacommoge and Corraun, canon of Achonry and Killala, to have collation of the rectories of Tirawley and Manulla, 149, 150, 185, 187.
-, -, William de, alias William Iuban, vicar of Kildacommoge and Corraun, 185.

Eye, Eygh, Eyigh [in Stornoway parish, co. Ross], 169, 426.

Eynglische, Richard, layman, 237.

Eyton, Fulk, donsel, 237, 239.