Index of Persons and Places
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'Index of Persons and Places: H', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 9: 1431-1447 (1912), pp. 633-637. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=103466 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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Hacrymhymullynd. See Templeduff.

Haddington, Hadington [co. Haddington], Cistercian nunnery, Agnes, prioress of. See Maul.
-, -, -, Mariota, prioress of. See Douglas.

Hag, Walter, layman, 21, 22.
-, - See also Hog.

Hagnaby, Hagneby [co. Lincoln], Premonstratensian abbey of St. Mary and St. Thomas the Martyr, abbot of, papal mandatary, 410.
-, -, -, John, abbot of. See Wodthorp.
-, -, -, canons of, 276, 354.

Hailes, Hales, Hayles, Heyles [co. Gloucester], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary the Virgin, abbot of, papal mandatary, 123, 279.
-, -, -, indulgence for, 38.
-, - or Colinton [co. Edinburgh], parish church of, 567.

Hainaut [Belgium], archdeacon of. papal mandatary, 26, 51, 53, 257, 331, 375, 481, 510, 531, 534, 582.
-, - See also Anselmus.

Haket, Nicholas, treasurer of Cashel, 154.

Halberton [co. Devon], vicarage of, 244.

Halby, Agnes, 491.

Halcote, John, rector of Newton Ferrers, 246.

Haldanston, James, prior of St. Andrews, a papal chaplain, 354.

Hales. See Hailes.

Haleway, John, rector of St. Ebbe's, Oxford, 178.

Halifax, Halyfax [co. York, W.R.], vicarage of, 306.

Halkirk [co. Caithness], See St. Mary.

Hall, Richard, prior of St. Mary's, Belvoir, 453.
-, -, William, vicar of Bexhill and Balcombe, 462.

Halle, Simon, layman, 316.
-, -, -, Cristina his wife, 316.
-, -, John atte. See atte Halle.

Haloughton alias Halton. See Holton.

Haltemprice, Hawtemprise [co. York. E.R.], Augustinian priory, canon of, 202.

Halton. See Holton.

Halyday, William, rector of Charlwood, 85.

Halyfax. See Halifax.

Ham, High, Hygham [co. Somerset], rectory of, 497.

Hambleden, Hamelden [co. Bucks], 59.

Hamelin, James, rector of Little Fransham, 259.

Hamilton, Hamylton, David de, dean of Aberdeen, a papal chamberlain, 558.
-, -, -, dean of Aberdeen and Glasgow, canon of Brechin and Glasgow, master of the hospital of Ruthven, rector of Cumnock, Kirkinner and the chapel of St. Thomas the Martyr without the walls of Glasgow, 38, 39.
-, -, John, layman, 574.

Hampton, Hamptone, John, layman, 230, 231, 241.
-, -, -, his wife, 230, 231, 241.

Hamylton, David de. See Hamilton.

Hanachcurmaydy. See Killeigh.

Handsacre, Hondsaer [in Armitage parish, co. Stafford], a prebend in Lichfield, 580.

Handsworth, Hanssworth [co. York, W.R.], 6.

Hanslape, Henry, rector of Middleton, chaplain to Henry VI, canon of Darlington, Hastings, Howden and Windsor, 114.

Hanssworth. See Handsworth.

Harberton, Hurberton [co. Devon], vicarage of, 33, 300.

Harbledown, Herbaldown [co. Kent], rectory of St. Michael's, 37, 522.

Harcourt, Haricourt, Robert, knight, lord of Stanton Harcourt, 242.
-, -, -, -, Margaret his wife, 242.

Hardres (Upper), Hogheredys [co. Kent], church of, 536.

Harglodd, Harneglo [in St. Davids, co. Pembroke], 501 note, 502.

Haricourt, Robert. See Harcourt.

Harlestone, Harleston [co. Northants], 34 note, 155.

Harlton, Harleton [co. Cambridge], 42.

Harneglo. See Harglodd.

Haroldston on the Sea [co. Pembroke], 501 note, 502.

Harper, Roger, vicar of Box, 250, 288, 309.
-, -, Thomas, priest, 304.

Harpham [co. York, E.R.], 118.

Harrington, Heryngton, John, clerk, 323.
-, -, John, lord of a place in Doncaster, 306.
-, -, -, -, Isabel his wife, 306.
-, -, Haryngton, Richard, knight, of the province of Canterbury, 182.
-, -, -, Margaret his daughter, damsel, 182.
-, - See also Pilkyngton.
-, -, -, Thomas, knight, lord of Hornby, of the diocese of York, 584, 585.
-, -, -, -, Elizabeth his wife, 584, 585.
-, -, -, Haryngtone, William, baron, of the diocese of York, 240.
-, -, -, -, his wife, 240.
-, -, Hartyngton (rectius Haryngton), William, donsel, of the province of Canterbury, 182.

Harrington, Hetheryngton [co. Northants], 3.

Harringworth, Aryngworth, Haryngworth [co. Northants], chapel of All Saints in the manor of, 101.
-, -, William de la Zouche of, lord of Totnes, 101.

Hartwell, Hertwell [co. Northants], chapel of, 210.

Hartyngton, William, donsel. See Harrington.

Harvey. See Hervy.

Harweden, Richard, abbot of St. Peter's, Westminster, 3.
-, -, -, -, his resignation, 128.

Harwich [co. Essex], 517.

Haryngton, Haryngtone. See Harrington.

Haryngworth. See Harringworth.

Hasard, John, rector of Iwerne Courtnay, 83.

Hasely, Great, Hasley, Haseleymaion (rectius Haseleymaior) [co. Oxford], 34, 175, 181.

Hasley. See Hasely.

Hastings, Hasting, Hastyng [co. Sussex], canons of. See Druell; Hanslape.

Hauart, William, of Rouen, clerk, member of the household of Richard duke of York, presented to the rectory of Franqueville-Notre Dame, 486.

Haukesbury, Thomas, a Cistercian monk, 271.

Haunsard, Henry, canon of St. Mary's chapel, York, rector of St. Margaret's, Bridge Street, London, chaplain of Rydon and Mote, 278.

Hawkyns, Augustine, of London, donsel, 244.
-, -, -, -, Agnes his wife, 244.

Hawtemprise. See Haltemprice.

Hawyk, William de, canon of Brechin, 415.

Haxay, John, a Friar Minor, 271.

Haxebryge. See Axbridge.

Hay, Egidia de, 72.
-, -, Philip, chantry of. See Hereford.
-, -, Richard, to have collation of the chaplaincy of the altar of SS. Martin and Agatha, Avranches, 168.
-, -, Nicholas, of Ballynaas, layman, 252.
-, -, -, -, Thomas his son, layman, 252.

Hayes, James des, canon of Rouen, papal mandatary, 428.

Hayle, Agnes, a Benedictine nun, 230, 232, 315.

Hayles. See Hailes.

Haysand, Roger, citizen of London, 585.

Hebburn, Adam, See Hepburn.

Hectoris, John, archdeacon, afterwards bishop, of Sodor. See Macgilleon.

Hedley, Hedle [co. Surrey], parish church of, 288.

Hegges, Richard, rector of St. Mary's, Pembridge, 561.

Hegham, Thomas, layman, 517.
-, -, -, Isabel his wife, 517.

Heiworth, William, bishop of Lichfield, 58, 117, 286.

Hely, John, layman, 318.

Hengham. See Hingham.

Hen-Llys, Hontles [in Llandewi parish, co. Glamorgan], 125.

Henrici alias Alanson, Cuthbert, dean of Brechin, 23, 27 note, 51.

Henricus, papal registers rubricated by, 127 note, 390 note, 405 note, 430 note, 477 note, 547 note.

Henry I, king of England, 32.

Henry II, king of England, 32.

Henry III, king of England, 32.

Henry IV, king of England, 32, 319.

Henry V, king of England, 32, 268.
-, -, -, chaplain of. See Morepath.
-, -, -, gold coin of (the 'salut'), 474 and note.

Henry VI, king of England, 32.
-, -, -, foundation of All Souls' College at Oxford by, 102.
-, -, -, foundation of Eton College and King's College, Cambridge, by, 281, 282, 478, 482, 483, 511, 512, 563.
-, -, -, grants and letters by, 159, 160, 422, 473, 571.
-, -, -, licence by, for an appropriation, 570.
-, -, -, -, for the erection of a collegiate church, 162.
-, -, -, papal letters to, 47, 48, 74, 127, 128, 225 (bis), 227, 297, 299, 326 note, 327, 342, 343 note, 344, 431–433, 435, 436, 513, 514.
-, -, -, patronage of, 102, 497, 574.
-, -, -, persons in the service of.
-, See:—
-, Bate,
-, Bere,
-, Chirbury.
-, Clementis.
-, Dyck.
-, Estfeld.
-, Grymiesby.
-, Holes.
-, Kette.
-, Norton.
-, Somersete.
-, Stauntone.
-, Wodeford.
-, -, -, petitions of, 43, 181, 205, 216, 246, 282, 527.

Henton. See Charterhouse Hinton.
-, - St. George. See Hinton.

Henysfaldee, dio. St. Davids, 368.

Hepburn, Adam, Adam de, clerk, 444.
-, -, -, dean of Dunbar, 72, 150.

Herbaldown. See Harbledown.

Herbert, Thomas, son of William ap Thomas, knight, 472–474.

Hereford [co. Hereford], bishop of, papal mandatary, 472.
-, -, Thomas, bishop of. See Spofford.
-, -, dean and chapter of, 79.
-, -, canon of. See Langton.
-, - cathedral, Philip Hay's chantry in (i.e. the second chantry at St. Margaret's altar), 586.
-, - -, St. Anne's chapel in, 573, 574.
-, -, Benedictine priory of St. Guthlac, prior of, papal mandatary, 108.
-, -, -, William, prior of. See Wynslade.

Herifort, John, vicar of Liskeevy, 552.

Hermannus, Hermanus, papal registers rubricated by. See Lutkehus.

Hernwart, William, vicar of Farnell, 247.

Herreford, John, a Benedictine monk, 217.

Hert, William, clerk, 437.

Hertwell. See Hartwell.

Hervy, Horvy (Harvey), Henry, archdeacon of Moray, 72.

Heryngton. See Harrington.

Hesyldene, William, a Friar Preacher, 202.

Heth, John, rector of Tintinhull, 83, 124.

Hetheryngton. See Harrington.

Hetland. See Eteland.

Heton, John de, rector of Ecclesmachan, 137.

Hever [co. Kent], 232, 243.

Hevyngham. See Hingham.

Hexham [co. Northumberland], Augustinian priory of, canon of, 354.

Heyford, John, a Benedictine monk, 271.

Heyles. See Hailes.

Heyne, John, a Friar Minor, 224 note.

Heywod, Thomas, rector of Northenden and Islip, 579, 584.

Hide, Thomas, rector of St. Cross, Bruges, 11 note.

High Ham, Hygham [co. Somerset], rectory of, 497.

Hildersham, Hildresham [co. Cambridge], 62.

Hill, William, priest, canon of Crediton, rector of Clyst, 478.

Hill, John etc. See atte Hill.

Hille, Thomas, notary public, 256.

Hilling, Hylling, John, priest, 359.

Hilton, Agnes, widow, 300.
-, -, -, Joan and Elizabeth, her daughters, 300.

Hinckley, Hingley [co. Leic.], parish church, etc. of, 567.

Hingham, Hengham, Hevyngham [co. Norfolk], rectory of, 284, 307.

Hingley. See Hinckley.

Hinton, Henton, St. George [co. Somerset], 62.

Hobbe, Richard, clerk, notary public, 44.

Hoboerness. See Holderness.

Hody, John, archdeacon of Dorchester, 13, 31.

Hoean', dio. Lichfield, 244.

Hog, John, clerk, 448.
-, -, William, priest, to have collation of the rectory of Irvine, 17, 66.
-, - See also Hag.

Hogheredys. See Hardres.

Hoghton. See Houghton-le-Spring.

Hoke, James atte. See atte Hoke.

Holand. See Holland; Upholland.

Holand, lord. See Lovel.

Holar [Iceland], cathedral church (see) of, 227, 464.

Holcroft, Thomas, layman, 261.

Holderness, Holdernes, Hoboerness, Sutton in. See Sutton St. James.

Holes, Andrew, archdeacon of Anglesea, rector of Davenham and afterwards of St. Dunstan in the East, London, canon of York, Southwell, St. Asaph and Lichfield, chamberlain and subdeacon of the pope, proctor of king Henry VI, 82.

Holland, John, duke of Exeter, 573.
-, -, Holand, Richard de, canon of Ross, archdeacon of Caithness, 465, 543.
-, - See also Lovel and Holand.

Holme Pierrepont (super Trentam), 485 note, 512 note.

Holt, Holte [co. Worcester], 312.

Holthorp, Thomas, clerk, 323.

Holton, Halton, Haloughton [co. Oxford], 588.

Holyrood abbey. See Edinburgh.

Holy Trinity, cell of. See Ballybeg.

Holywood, Sacrum Nemus [co. Dumfries], Premonstratension abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 568.
-, -, -, canon of, 471.

Homurcu. See Omurcu.

Honberch, Henry, canon of Utrecht, an abbreviator of apostolic letters, 136.

Hondesaer. See Handsacre.

Honnesdoun. See Hunsdon.

Honyngtone, John, layman, 288.
-, -, -, Cecily his widow, 288.

Hontles. See Hen-Llys.

Hoper, Joan, 516.

Hopkyn ap David ap Hopkyn, esquire, 368.
-, -, Gwenllian his wife, 368.

Hornby, Horneby [in Melling parish, co. Lanc.], castle of, 585.

Hornby, Thomas, rector of Bourton, chaplain to Humphrey, duke of Gloucester, 35.

Hornchurch [co. Essex]. See Britons.

Horningsheath, Hornyngysheth [co. Suffolk], 235.

Horton [co. Northants], chapel of St. Margaret, 210.

Horvy. See Hervy.

Horwode, John, an Augustinian canon, 527.

Hoton Bussell. See Hutton Bushel.

Houden. See Howden.

Houghton, Adam, bishop of St. Davids, 502.

Houghton-le-Spring [co. Durham], rectory of, 518.

Houville, [dep. Eure, con. Fleury, France], rectory of, 428.

Howden [co. York, E.R.], collegiate church, canons of, 114, 240.

Howell, John, priest, 303, 309.

Howm, Patrick. See Hume.

Howell ap Mabbechan, vicar of Cwmdû 85.

Howton, John, layman, 157.
-, -, -, Joan Mayhew his wife, 157.

Hoxne [co. Suffolk], 118.

Huaranmor. See Oranmore.

Huctforaid. See Oughtdarra.

Huet, John, layman, 317.
-, -, -, Juliana his wife, 317.

Huetfoirayg. See Oughtdarra.

Huggate, Hugate [co. York, E.R.], parish church of, 67.

Huggeford, John, clerk, 125.

Huggefforde, John, nobleman, 233.
-, -, -, Maud his wife, 233.

Hugh ap Gwillim, rector of All Hallows', Goldsmith Street, Exeter, 559.

Hugh ap John (Johannis), layman, 519.
-, -, his wife, 519.

Hugy, Henry, rector of Sampford Courtnay, 521.

Hukyns, William, rector of All Cannings, 287.

Hul, Edward, esquire, 236.
-, -, -, his wife, 236.

Hull [co. York, E.R.], 316, 317.

Hulme, Richard, prior of Peterston, 78.

Hume, Hum, Alexander, knight, 249.
-, -, -, Janet his daughter, 249.
-, -, Howm, Patrick, clerk, archdeacon of Teviotdale, 443, 565.

Humphrey, duke of Gloucester, 35, 43, 73, 103, 104, 410, 558, 564, 571, 583.
-, -, -, physician of. See Kymer.

Hungerford, Hungherforth, Edmund, knight, 236.
-, -, -, Marjorie his wife, 236.
-, -, Hungreforde, Walter, knight, patron of the parish church of Tattershall, 159.

Hunsdon, Honnesdown [co. Herts], 494.

Hunspill. See Huntspill.

Huntingdon, Huntyngdon, Huntyngtone [co. Hunt.], 40, 162.
-, -, William, archdeacon of. See Lassels.

Huntspill, Hunspill [co. Somerset], 68.

Huntyngdon. See Huntingdon.

Hurberton. See Harberton.

Husce, John, layman, 234.
-, -, -, Joan his wife, 234.

Hutton Bushel, Hoton Bussell [co. York, N.R.], 35.

Hy Insula. See Iona.

Hyde (Winchester), Benedictine abbey of St. Peter, abbot of, papal mandatary, 380 and note.

Hyde, Geoffrey, donsel, 519.
-, -, -, his wife, 519.

Hygate, John, priest, 286.

Hygham. See High Ham.

Hynde, Thomas, layman, 303.

Hyrry, John, rector of Jevington, chaplain of Brambletye, 8.