Index of Persons and Places
F

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1912

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'Index of Persons and Places: F', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 9: 1431-1447 (1912), pp. 626-629. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=103464 Date accessed: 20 September 2014.


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Fabri, Anselmus. See Anselmus.

Fahan, Fathonmura [co. Donegal], 150.

Failford, Phalefurd [in Tarbolton parish, co. Ayr], Trinitarian house at, John, minister of. See Kendale.
-, -, -, Thomas, minister of. See Morton.

Faldown, Faudomoyn [? in Kilmeena parish, co. Mayo], a prebend in Tuam, 380.

Fal in Tobar, 382.

Fal in Truthai, 382.

Fal Naclothe in Fal Buge, 382.

Fallergh. See Fawley.

Fanchurch. See London (parish churches), St. Gabriel's.

Fardell, Furthedell' [in Cornwood parish, co. Devon], 588.

Farnell, Fernuel [co. Forfar], vicarage of, 247.

Farher, William, dean of Ross, 107.

Fathonmura. See Fahan.

Faudomoyn. See Faldown.

Fauoria. See Fore.

Faversham, Feveresham, Fevresham [co. Kent], Benedictine abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 522.
-, -, vicarage of, 235, 334, 362.

Fawley, Fallergh [co. Southants, not Farleigh as in the Dict. Nat. Biog.], formerly a prebend in Winchester, 113.

Fax, John, rector of Blatchington East, St. Peter, 66.

Faygri, Fayre. See Wheery.

Fearn, Ferne, Nonefern (rectius Novefern, Noveferne) [co. Ross], Premonstratensian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 348, 431, 449.
-, -, -, Finlayus, abbot of, 532.

Fécamp [Seine-Inférieure], Benedictine abbey of Holy Trinity, Giles, abbot of. See Duremort.
-, -, -, John, abbot of, 127.
-, -, -, convent and vassals of, papal letters to, 127.

Fecher or Fether, Thomas, an Augustinian canon of Carlisle, rector of Kirkland, 77, 78.

Federesso. See Fetteresso.

[Feirman,] Richard, rector of Gayton, 119.

Feletis. See Felletis.

Felford, Roger, O.S.B., sub-prior of Coventry, 424.

Felix V, antipope, 340.

Felix, papal registers rubricated by, 289, 413 note, 446 note, 572 note.

Felkirk [co. York, W.R.]. See Brierley.

Fellawe, Richard, layman, lord of Keystrete in Orwell, 517.

Felletis, Felctis, A(ntonius) de, registrator of papal letters, 531, and passim.

Felton, Robert, canon of Lichfield, 117, 118.

Fen, The, Leffen [co. Lincoln], 317.

Fen, Thomas, priest, 368.

Fenis. See Fiennes.

Fenit, Fyenyn [co. Kerry], a prebend in Ardfert, 550.

Feniton, Funton' (rectius Finiton') [co. Devon], rectory of, 562.

Fenton, Margaret de, 66, 378.

Ferers. See Ferrers.

Feriby. See Ferriby.

Fermoy, de Castro Dei, [co. Cork], 74.
-, -, Cistercian abbey, monk of, 272.
-, -, See also Bridgetown.

Ferne. See Fearn.

Fernel, Margaret, widow, 236.

Ferns [co. Wexford], bishop of, papal mandatary, 252.
-, -, Robert, bishop of. See Whitty.
-, -, Thomas, bishop of. See O'Dea.
-, -, dean of, papal mandatary, 30, 291, 420.
-, -, Patrick, dean of. See Macaluard.
-, -, Thomas, dean of. See Petit.
-, -, dean and chapter of, consent of to an appropriation, 74.
-, -, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 74.
-, -, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 420.
-, -, William, treasurer of. See Ocyrdhudhayn.
-, -, precentor of, papal mandatary, 291, 508.
-, -, canons of. See Deveros; Wyot; Wythen.
-, -, Augustinian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 30, 420.
-, -, -, Nicholas, abbot of. See Odrufyn.
-, -, -, Patrick, abbot of. See Macaluard; Omurchu.
-, -, -, Thomas, abbot of. See Odrufyn.
-, -, intimidation in the city and diocese of, 435.

Fernuel. See Farnell.

Ferrara [Emilia, Italy], papal letters dated at, 30 note.
-, -, papal court in residence at, 26, 264 note.
-, -, council of Basel transferred to, 95, 143, 174, 207, 208, 226, 340, 443, 487.

Ferrers, Ferers, Margery, an Augustinian nun, 309.

Ferriby, Feriby, North [co. York, E.R.], Augustinian priory, canon of, 219.

Ferrowre, Richard, of Attleborough, rector of Deepdale, 114.

Fether or Fecher, Thomas. See Fecher.

Fetherstone, Thomas, layman, 309, 316.
-, -, -, Katherine his wife, 309, 316.

Fettercairne, Fethirkern [co. Kincardine], 90.

Fetteresso, Federesso [co. Kincardine], a prebend in St. Andrews, 83.

Feveresham, Fevresham. See Faversham.

Feyrman, Thomas, priest, vicar of East Pennard, 571.

Fichet, William, clerk, 415, 416.

Fidelis, Christoforus, Cristoforus, papal registers rubricated by, 75 note, 188 note, 275 note, 357 note, 417.

Fiennes, Fenis or Fynes, James, esquire, 232 (bis), 243.
-, -, -, Emelina his wife, 232 (bis), 243.
-, -, Fynes, Roger, knight, 240.
-, -, -, his wife, 240.

Fidyon, William, rector of Withingworth, 249.

Fife. See Fise.

Figartha, Figarta. See Fuerty.

Filay, John, vicar of Bampton, 247.

Finach. See Finnoe.

Fingonii, Fyngonii, Fingonius, vicar of St. Finioga, Coll, 338, 407–9.

Fini (in Coll), 338.

Finnoe, Finach [co. Tipperary], vicarage of, 496.

Finnure, Fynduir [in Abbeygormacan parish, co. Galway], a prebend in Clonfert, 537.

Fise (? rectius Fife), Fysse (? rectius Fyffe), Andrew, clerk, of the diocese of Dunkeld, 320.
-, -, -, -, precentor of Brechin, 102.

Fishguard, Fyschgart [co. Pembroke], 454.

FitzGerald. James, earl of Desmond, 533.
-, -, Fitzgerald, Fitzgorret, Thomas, Hospitaller, prior of Kirmainham, 437.

Fitzherbert, William, archbishop of York, 32.

FitzHugh, Robert, bishop of London, 28.

Fitzjohn, Thomas, chancellor of Limerick, 55.

FitzMaurice, Nicholas, bishop of Ardfert, 195, 196.

Fitzmoris, Edmund, de facto vicar of Kilmoyly, 191.
-, -, John, 223.
-, -, -, Edmund his son, an Augustinian canon, to be abbot of Rattoo, 223.
-, -, Fitzmuris, Maurice son of Gerald, vicar of Galey, 196.
-, -, Fitzmorice, Richard, de Geraldinis, layman, 301.
-, -, -, -, Elisa his wife, 301.
-, -, See also FitzGerald; Geraldinis.

Fitznicholl', Nicholas, rector of Kinnagh, 74.

Flahartayt. See O'Flaherty.

Flamston, Flambardeston [in Bishopstone parish, co. Wilts], 309.

Fleming, Christopher, donsel, 103.
-, -, -, Elizabeth Wogan, his wife, 103.
-, -, Thomas, bishop of Leighlin, 492, 533.

Flemmyng, John, donsel, 517.
-, -, -, his wife, 517.
-, -, Richard, bishop of Lincoln, 543.

Flete, Everard, 240.
-, -, -, Clementia his wife, 240.

Floquez, Robert de, lord of Châtillon, 250.
-, -, -, William de, his uncle, O.S.B., prior of Savennieres, administrator of the see of Evreux, 250.

Flora. See San Giovanni in Fiore, Order of.

Florence [Italy], Bartholomew, archbishop of, papal mandatary, 273, 379, 413, 437, 463.
-, -, canon of. See Pisce.
-, -, gold florins of, 31 et passim.
-, -, merchants of, 524.
-, -, papal court at, 264 note.

Florencia, A. de, 109 et passim.

Flottar, John, Cistercian monk, abbot of Kinloss, 48, 326, 352.

Flour, John, canon of St. Davids, 233.

Foel, Dyrch, Menethtergch [in Monachlogddu, co. Pembroke], 454.

Fog, John, lord of Repton Court, 365.

Fons Sancti Patricii. See Ballintober.

Fontevrault, Fontevraud [Maine-et-Loire, France], nunnery of the Order of. See Nuneaton.

Forbes, William de, canon of Brechin, 415, 416.

Fore, de Fauoria, Fouor [co. Westmeath], Benedictine priory of SS. Taurin and Feighin, prior of, papal mandatary, 1, 212, 325.

Fores, Foras, James de, vicar of Convinth, and of St Giles's, Elgin, 447, 505, 528.
-, -, Nicholas de, a Cistercian monk afterwards abbot of Old Deer, 47.

Forest, John, dean of Wells, 484.
-, -, Thomas, canon of St. Mary's, Winchester, rector of North Stoneham, 34.

Forestarii, John, vicar of Inverurie, 523.
-, -, See also Forstar.

Forgio, abbey de. See Clare.

Forli, Biondo da. See Blondus.

Formier, Martial, bishop of Evreux, 48.

Fornevall. See Furnival.

Fornham All Saints, Fronham [co. Suffolk], town of, 365.
-, -, rectory of, 517.

Forstar, Forstare, Gilbert, archdeacon of Brechin, canon of Aberdeen and Moray, 60, 479, 485, 581.
-, - See also Forestarii; Froscar.

Fortibus, Gumifortus (rectius Guinifortus) [Cristofori] de, register rubricated by, 383 note.

Fouth, Joan, 234.

Fouor. See Fore.

Fowler, John, abbot, afterwards canon, of the Augustinian abbey of St. Osyth, 28.
-, -, William, layman, 370.
-, -, -, Cecily his wife, 370.

Fowlis, William de, canon of Glasgow, vicar of St. Giles's, Edinburgh, 444, 541.

Foxe alias Ragged, Patrick, bishop of Ossory, 45 note.

Framisam. See Fransham.

Frampton, Robert, layman, 305.
-, -, -, Catherine his wife, 305.

France, marshal of. See Talbot.

Franceys, Henry, layman, 304.
-, -, -, Margaret his wife, 304.
-, -, Fraunceys, William, a Benedictine monk, 203.

Franchis, Thomas de, rector of Brightwell, physician to cardinal Beaufort, 112, 186.

Franchomme, 32 et passim.

Francisci, Andrew, canon of Benevento, etc., 296.

Franciscus, Honofrius, bishop of Melfi, papal mandatary, 505, 506, 548.
-, -, -, -, regent of the papal chancery, 401 note, 451, 514 note.

Frank, Thomas, layman, 313.
-, -, -, Elizabeth his wife, 313.

Franqueville-Notre-Dame [arr. Rouen, con. Boos, Seine-Inférieure], parish church of, 486.

Fransham, Little, Framisam [co. Norfolk], rectory of, 259.

Fratbalebeid. See Stradbally.

Friskney, Frysnay [co. Linc.], 370.

Fronham. See Fornham.

Froscar (? rectius Forstar), William de, layman, 289.

Frowick, Henry, of London, layman, 232.
-, -, -, his wife, 232.

Fruyr. See Shrule.

Frysnay. See Friskney.

Fueran. See Oran.

Fuerty, Figartha, Fygartha, Fygharta [co. Roscommon], with Kilconmata, Killeonmata (rectius Killconmata), Kylconmata, Kyllcomnata, prebend or rectory of, 263, 295, 430.
-, -, vicarage of, 285.

Fulford, William, commissary of the bishop of Bath and Wells, 545.

Fulgineo,—de, 76 note.

Fuller, Richard, priest, 305.

Fundera, Master William de, papal chaplain and auditor, 542.

Funton' (rectius Finiton'). See Feniton.

Furgio, abbey de. See Clare.

Furlang, Philip, layman, 252.
-, -, -, Elena his daughter, 252.

Furnival, Fornevall, Furnyvall, lord. See Talbot.

Furthedell. See Fardell.

Fuster, John, layman, 586.
-, -, -, Catherine his wife, 586.

Fyenyn. See Fenit.

Fygartha, Fygharta. See Fuerty.

Fynduir. See Finnure.

Fyngonii. See Fingonii.

Fynes. See Fiennes.

Fyschgart. See Fishguard.

Fysse, Andrew. See Fise.