Index of Persons and Places
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'Index of Persons and Places: G', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 9: 1431-1447 (1912), pp. 629-632. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=103465 Date accessed: 21 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Gabalina, Gabaluyn, Gabalyuin. See Galloon.

Gabelcote. See Gubblecote.

Gaddesden, Little, Gultsdon [co. Herts], church of, 210.

Gahannyh, dio. Cork, Friars Minors' house of St. Francis, 249.

Galeang. See Gallen.

Galey, Galle, Gaylly [co. Kerry], vicarage of, 196, 509.

Galina (rectius Galuia). See Galway.

Galingy. See Gallen.

Gallan, Catrina ingen, 283.

Galle. See Galey.

Gallen, Galeang, Galingy [King's County], parish church of, 29.
-, -, Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 537.
-, -, -, canon of, 472, 525.

Galloon, Gabaluyn, Gabalina alias Dartraighi, Gabalyuin alias Dartragy [co. Fermanagh], St. Congal's church, rectory of, 140, 194.
-, -, -, vicarage of, 15, 91, 92.

Galloway. See Whiteherne.

Galway, Galina (rectius Galuia) [co. Galway], vicarage of, 554.

Gambon, William, vicar of Halberton, 244.

Gamrie, Gameri [co. Banff], 95.

Gap [Hautes-Alpes, France], bishop of, papal mandatary, 499.

Garatoni, Christopher, canon of Padua, bishop of Coron, registrator of papal letters, 264 note, 280, 378 et passim.

Gardener, Henry, rector of Carleton Rode, 368.

Garry. See Ballingarry.

Garrycastle. See Dealbna Eathra.

Garthbeibio [co. Montgom.], rectory of, 312, 320, 321.

Gasellis, Benedictine abbey of St. Angelo de, in the diocese of Policastro, 418 note.
-, - See also Caselle; Castellis.

Gateshead, Gatesyde [co. Durham], church of, 260.
-, -, hospital of St. Edmund the King, warden of. See Kirkeby (Thomas).

Gatteville [Manche, France], Augustinian priory, John, prior of, 513.

Gay, Thomas, layman, 317.
-, -, -, Alice his wife, 317.

Gaylly. See Galey.

Gayton [co. Northants], 119, 310.

Geddington, Geydyngton [co. Northants], 216.

Gedwert, Gedworth. See Jedburgh.

Geffray, William, layman, 303.
-, -, -, priest, 307, 317.

Gele, John, canon of Lübeck, vicar of Harberton, holding the altar of St. Martin in the church of St. Catherine, Salzwedel, 33, 300.
-, -, -, -, papal mandatary, 349.

Gentilis Margan alias Apphon (i.e. Apjohn, ap John), 473–475.

Georginis, Ugolinus Salvoni de, of Jesi, a papal acolyte, writer of apostolic letters, and member of the pope's household, 260.

Geraldinis, Annora ni Igibun de, 257.
-, -, Gerald son of Philip de, clerk, to have collation of a canonry and prebend of Limerick, 169.
-, -, John son of Thomas de, canon of Limerick, 169.
-, -, Philip, an Augustinian canon or brother of the hospital of SS. Mary and Edward, Limerick, afterwards abbot of the Cistercian abbey of Monasteranenagh, 570.
-, -, Richard de, knight, 194.
-, -, -, Gerald son of Maurice son of, rector of Dungarvan in the diocese of Lismore, 194.
-, -, See also Fitzmoris.

Germany, Almain, 84.

Germen, Stephen, rector of Upminster, warden of the hospitals of St. John Baptist, Brook Street, in South Weald and East Tilbury, 80.

Geruponte, abbey de. See Jerpoint.

Gerveys, Thomas, a Friar Preacher, 221.

Gesylle. See Killeigh.

Geydyngton. See Geddington.

Gesildon. See Earlston.

Ghestendorp (Ghostendorus in Cal. Lett., viii, p. 367 note), Nicolaus, papal registers rubricated by, 55 note, 349 note, 531 note.
-, -, - See also Nicolaus.

Gholsey. See Cholsey.

Gibbis, John, an Augustinian canon, 206.

Gidding, Steeple, Stepilgiddyng [co. Hunt.], 5.

Gilbert, Robert, bishop of London, kinsman of, 257.

Gill abbey. See Cork.

Gineton, John, rector of Bothal. See Smeton.

Gisborne, Gysborne, Gysburn alias Nyghtengalle, John, a Benedictine monk, 214.
-, -, John, priest, notary public, 322.

Gist, John, donsel, 516, 517, 583.
-, -, -, Joan his wife, 516, 517, 583.

Glac. See Tooclae.

Glapthorn, Glapthorne St. Leonard [co. Northants], 63.

Glascarrig, Glascarig, Glascarraig, Glascarrayg, Glascharis (rectius Glascharig) [in the parish of Donaghmore, co. Wexford], Benedictine cell or priory of St. Mary, dependent on St. Dogmells, 454.
-, -, -, prior of, papal mandatary, 291.
-, -, -, Andrew, prior of. See Occurryn.
-, -, -, Patrick, prior of. See Occurryn.
-, -, -, Thady, prior of. See Obryn.

Glascum, John, priest, 320, 321 note.

Glasgow [co. Lanark], bishop of, exemption from the jurisdiction of, 421.
-, -, -, papal commissary, 569.
-, -, -, papal mandatary, 110, 112, 177, 280, 342, 412, 417, 434, 436, 467, 476, 574.
-, -, -, patronage of, 101.
-, -, bishop and dean, subdean and chapter of, papal provisions of benefices in the patronage of, 97, 439, 442.
-, -, John, bishop of. See Cameron.
-, -, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 427.
-, -, precentor of, papal mandatary, 454, 506.
-, -, David, precentor of. See Cadzow.
-, -, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 18.
-, -, Hugh, treasurer of. See Kennedy.
-, -, James, treasurer of. See Inglis.
-, -, Robert, treasurer of. See Moffate.
-, -, official of, marriage cause before, 535.
-, -, -, papal mandatary, 97, 146, 375, 417, 436, 444, 487, 536.
-, -, Thomas, chancellor of. See Roulle.
-, -, canons of. See Bruce; Cameron; Elphinston; Hamilton; Inglis; Lawder; Legat; Lindsay; Neuton; Ogilvy; Otterburne; Penven; Prendirgest; Raylston; Spens; Stewart; Turnbul.
-, -, capitular mensa of, papal appropriation to, 101.
-, -, chapel of St. Mary Graces, 568.
-, -, chapel of St. Thomas the Martyr without, 39.
-, -, prebend de Glasgow Primo in the cathedral church of, 39, 131.
-, -, chapel of St. Nicholas, 506.

Glastonbury [Somerset], Benedictine abbey of St. Mary, Nicholas, abbot of, 469, 544.
-, -, -, abbot and convent of, 571.
-, -, -, cellarer of. See Ledbury.
-, -, -, sacrist of. See Codeworthe.
-, -, -, bishop's visitation of, 544.
-, -, -, archdeaconry of, 544.

Glenarm [co. Antrim], Franciscan house of, 493.

Glenbervie, Glenberwyn [co. Kincardine], a prebendary in Brechin, 247 and note.

Glendalough [co. Wicklow], dean of, papal mandatary, 393.

Glendonwyn, Patrick de, clerk, 413.

Glenelg, Glenelge [co. Inverness], John Macleoid of, layman, 372.
-, -, -, Alexander his son, layman, 372.
-, -, -, Anne his daughter, 372.

Glenluce, de Valle Lucis [co. Wigtown], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 419.

Gloria, monastery of St. Mary de, dio. Anagni, of the order of San Giovanni in Fiore (q.v.), 266.

Gloucester, duke of. See Humphrey.
-, -, Eleanor, duchess of. See Cobham.
-, -, Benedictine abbey of SS. Peter and Paul, abbot of, papal mandatary, 155, 253, 279.
-, -, -, abbot and convent of, 416.
-, -, -, Reginald [Boulers], abbot of, 272.
-, -, -, monk of, 472 note, 473.

Gloucestrie, John, lord of places in Willesden, 315.

Godwyn, William, an Augustinian brother of Edington, 314.

Godyngys [? Gedding, co. Suffolk], 368.

Goier, Ja., 17 et passim.

Goldcliff, Goldeluua [co. Monm.], Benedictine priory of, 472 note, 473.

Goldewyn, Thomas, citizen of London, 312.
-, -, -, Alice his wife, 312.

Goldismyt, William, treasurer and canon of Moray, 530.

Goldryng, William, priest, 305, 309.

Goleuddyd verch Thome, 366.

Golspie, Culmac [co. Sutherland], 547.

Goltho, Goltehall [co. Lincoln], 231.

Goly, Thomas, layman, 234.
-, -, -, Alice his wife, 234.

Gonne, G., 15 et passim.

Goodall, Robert, rector of St. Thomas the Apostle's, London, 315.

Gorald, William, priest, 228.

Gorfen, Gorfyn, Walter, layman, 315, 516.
-, -, -, Margaret his wife, 315, 516.

Gorsch, dio. Exeter (? Gorhuish in Inwardleigh, co. Devon), 315.

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

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

Goupil, Jo. le, 75 et passim.

Govan [co. Lanark]. See Polmadie.

Gower, Gowersland [co. Glamorgan], 125.

Grado [Görz and Gradisca], Blasius, patriarch of. See Molino.

Grafton [co. Warwick], Hospitallers' preceptory, 3.

Graiguenamanagh, Dusce [co. Kilkenny], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 434, 435.

Grammont. See Grandmont.

Granard [co. Longford], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 435, 506.
-, , -, abbot and convent of, appropriated churches etc. of, 29, 30, 325.
-, -, -, monk of, 403.
-, -, parish church of St. Mary alias St. Patrick, 14, 29, 198.
-, - See Cairbre Gabhrain.

Grandmont (alias Grammont) [Haute-Vienne, France], English houses of the Order of the abbey of (Bonshommes). See Asheridge; Edington.

Grantham [co. Lincoln], 451.

Grasville - Ste. - Honorine [Seine _ Inférieure, France], Augustinian priory, William, prior of, 219.
-, -, -, Laurence, prior elect of. See Bristow.

Gravesend, Graveshend, Gravisende [co. Kent], 5.
-, -, John Paxton of, layman, 308.
-, -, -, Catherine his wife, 308.

Gray, Edward, to hold the rectory of Kettins in commendam, 531.
-, -, John, rector of Liston, 406.
-, -, Michael, preceptor of St. Anthony's, Leith, 405, 412, 570.
-, -, Thomas, layman, 562.
-, -, William, archdeacon of Northampton, 9.
-, - See also Grey.

Greenfield, Grenefeld [co. Lincoln], Cistercian nunnery, prioress of, 310.
-, -, -, sister of, 310.

Gregorii, Maurice, a Friar Preacher, afterwards a Cistercian monk, 2.

Gregory IX, 266.

Grendale. See Grindall.

Grene, Patrick, rector of Lancing, 564.

Grenefeld. See Greenfield.

Gresley, Greslei [co. Derby], vicarage of, 245.

Gresley, Greslei [co. Derby], vicar of, 245.

Gressingham, Grissyngham [co. Lancaster], chapel of, 268.

Greves, Greuis, Greuiis, Grewys, John, prior of St. Wolstan's, 218.

Grey, Robert, esquire, 311.
-, -, William, bishop of Lincoln, 178.
-, - See also Gray.

Griffin ap David ap Thomas, layman, 518.
-, -, his wife, 518.

Grindall, Grendale [co. York, E.R.], a prebend in York, 82.

Grinstead, East [co. Sussex]. See Brambletye.

Grissyngham. See Gressingham.

Grobham, Hugh, a brother of Bridgewater hospital, 203.

Gromberg, Conradus. See Ciremberg.

Groose, Cecily, 302.

Gruffin Dou', Don' (rectius Dou'), esquire, 365, 369.
-, -, Joan his wife, 365, 369.

Grymiesby, John, rector of Northreffs, chaplain to Henry VI, 84.

Gubblecote, Gabelcote [in Long Marston, co. Herts.], 461.

Guenllyan, daughter of William ap David ap Mewryk, 496.

Guetsdon. See Gaddesden.

Guilden Morden, Gyldenmoerden [co. Cambridge], 119.

Guilloys, John de, dean of Rouen, 227.

Guinifortus. See Fortibus.

Guirti Nacrarit in Clonkeen (q.v.), 211.

Guirtti Mcneill in Clonkeen (q.v.), 211.

Guilsborough, Gyllesburgh [co. Northants], church of, 3.

Guisborough, Gyseburnea [co. York, N.R.], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, canon of, 527.
-, - See also Gisborne.

Gumifortus, rectius Guinifortus. See Fortibus.

Gundun, Gundini, David, canon of Ossory, prebendary of Clonamery and Kilmacow and rector of Owning, all in the diocese of Ossory, 504.
-, -, -, vicar of Kilmaganny, in the diocese of Ossory, 426.
-, - See also Ogondon.

Gurtin Nainthi (boundary of Kilvarnet, q.v.), 382.

Gurtin in Naseanthiha (boundary of Kilvarnet, q.v.), 382.

Guthre, John de, clerk, 444.

Gwylym, Maurice, rector of Garthbeibio, 321.

Gyldenmoerden. See Guilden Morden.

Gyllesburgh. See Guilsborough.

Gypwia. See Ipswich.

Gysborne. See Gisborne.