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'Index of Persons and Places: L', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 9: 1431-1447 (1912), pp. 647-654. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=103470 Date accessed: 29 July 2014.


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Lachingdon, Lachyngdon [co. Essex], 5.

Lachreachlamy, dio. Emly, rectory of, 470.

Lachriach. See Loughrea.

Lackagh, Lecach [co. Kildare], rectory of, 347.

Lacy, Edmund, bishop of Exeter, 251, 573.
-, -, John, layman, 306.
-, -, -, Emmota his wife, 306.

Laindela. See Lynally.

Lambedon, Ralph, rector of East Lockinge, 83.

Lamhthorp, Simon, rector of Bradfield, sub-collector of the papal camera in England, 58.

Lamplowh, Katherine, 317.

Lancaster [co. Lancaster], St. Mary's church, prior of, 268.
-, -, -, vicar of, 267–269.

Lancing, Launcing [co. Sussex], rectory of, 564.

Landredyan. See Llandruidion.

Landyngant. See Dingestow.

Lang, John, rector of Tarvit, vicar of Monivaird, 441, 542.
-, -, -, vicar of Galway, 554.

Langebroke, Geoffrey, vicar of St. Dunstan's outside the walls, Canterbury, 379.

Langewaths, William, an Augustinian friar, 221.

Langford [co. Bedford], 3.

Langney, John, layman, 491.
-, -, -, Agnes his wife, 491.

Langstone, John, patron of Tusmore, 178.

Langstrothyr, William, Hospitaller, preceptor of Carbrooke, 234, 243.

Langton, Langtone, James, canon of Lichfield, 286.
-, -, John, rector of Langton, afterwards of Bluntisham and Milton, chancellor of the University of Cambridge, chaplain of queen Catherine, canon of London, Lincoln and Hereford, prebendary of Stoke Newington Empingham, Willingham and Morton Minor, and warden of the college of Valence Mary (Pembroke College), Cambridge, 36, 232.
-, -, -, bishop elect of St. Davids, 562.

Langtot. See Llantood.

Lanternam. See Llantarnam.

Lanthony Secunda. See Llanthony Secunda.

Lantwyt. See Llantwit.

Larah, Leachra [co. Cavan], church of, 338.

Lardener, Robert, rector of St. Mary's, Colchester, 121.

Lassels, William, archdeacon of Huntingdon, 40.

Lastico, John de, master of the Order of the Hospitallers, 265.

Latham, Lathum, John, rector of Kneesal, dean of St. Clements, Pontefract, 31, 32.

Lathom, Lathon. See Laytham.

Lathum, John. See Latham.

Lattin, Latinem [co. Tipperary], a prebend in Emly, 386.

Laucok, Luke, clerk, 228.

Laude, F. de, 288, 361, and passim.

Lauder, Lawadre, Alexander, Alexander de, bishop elect of Dunkeld, papal mandatary, 131, 136, 145.
-, -, -, bishop, formerly archdeacon, of Dunkeld, 127, 129, 130, 439, 460.
-, -, -, rector of Ratho and of Lilliesleaf, afterwards bishop elect of Dunkeld, 90, 96, 109, 110.
-, -, Lawedre, Robert de, donsel, 249.
-, -, -, Janet his wife, 249.
-, -, Robert, vicar of Cadzow, 427.
-, -, -, canon of Glasgow, vicar of Earlston, 441.
-, -, Lauedre, Laweder, Thomas de, canon of Glasgow, papal mandatary, 438.
-, -, -, canon of Aberdeen, 546.
-, -, -, master of the Augustinian poor hospital of Soutra, 21.

Laules, Robert, prior of St. Wolstan's, 218.
-, - See also Layles.

Launcing. See Lancing.

Launde, Landa [co. Leicester], Augustinian priory of St. John Baptist, prior and convent of, 570.

Lavendon, Lawnden [co. Bucks], Premonstratensian abbey, abbot of, 228.

Lawadre, Laweder, Lawedre. See Lauder.

Lawnden. See Lavendon.

Lawndyrthorpe. See Londonthorpe.

Layles, Thomas, canon of Leighlin, papal mandatary, 192.
-, - See also Laules.

Layndeala, Layndela. See Lynally.

Layndh. See Lynn.

Layot, Richard, canon of Lichfield, 117, 118.

Laytham, Lathom, Lathon [in Aughton, co. York, E.R.], 254, 538.

Lea, Lega [Queen's Co.], a prebend in Kildare, 509.

Leachmulasse. See Lickmolassy.

Leachra. See Larah.

Leatherhead, Leddrede [co. Surrey], vicarage of, 541.

Lecach. See Lackagh.

Leche, John, archdeacon of Kilfenora, 329, 330.
-, - alias Mackeallay, Les alias Mackellidh, Mackellaigh, John, rector of Clonfeacle, to have collation of a canonry of Armagh, with Clonfeacle as a prebend, 97, 98, 142.
-, -, -, canon of Armagh, papal mandatary, 292.
-, -, -, rector of Kilkeel in the diocese of Down, 547.
-, -, -, See also Leiche.

Lechela, Walter de, rector of Norton, 270.

Ledbury [co. Hereford], prebend or portion of Overhall in the parish church of, 125.
-, -, portionary or prebendary of. See Dyck.

Ledbury, John, cellarer of Glastonbury, 469.

Ledde. See Lydd.

Leddrede. See Leatherhead.

Leeds, Ledes [co. Kent], Robert Monk of, layman, 302.
-, -, -, Anne his wife, 302.
-, -, Augustinian priory, prior and convent of, 541.

Leek [co. Stafford]. See Leyk.

Leffen. See Fen.

Legat, Legati, John, canon of Glasgow, a witness, 457.
-, -, -, -, papal mandatary, 49.

Lege dei, abbey de. See Leix.

Leicester, collegiate church, dean of. See Walisby.
-, -, -, canon of. See Matfen.
-, -, Augustinian abbey of St. Mary de Pratis, canon of, 470.
-, -, hospital of St. Leonard, master of. See Matfen.

Leiche, Lethe, Patrick, canon of Dunblane, 383, 444.
-, - See also Leche.

Leigh, South, Sowthly [co. Oxford], chapel of St. James, indulgence for visits to, 56.

Leighlin [co. Carlow], Thomas, bishop of. See Fleming.
-, -, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 200.
-, -, John, treasurer of. See Ofachna; Oruayrc.
-, -, Maurice, treasurer of. See Odeorayn; Oleachlinn.
-, -, canons of. See Layles; Macinnyllyd; Obruin; Ocuryn.

Leighton, Lichton, Lychton, Alexander, Alexander de, canon of Moray, papal mandatary, 143, 447.
-, -, -, canon of Brechin, dispensation and grant to, 107.
-, -, -, archdeacon of Caithness and canon of Brechin and Moray, to have collation of the chancellorship of Dunblane, 131.
-, -, -, to have collation of the deanery of Dunkeld in exchange for a canonry and prebend of Moray, 147, 148.
-, -, -, priest, of the diocese of Aberdeen, to be warden of the hospital of God's House, Elgin, in the diocese of Moray, 480.
-, -, Lichton, Duncan, Duncan de, dean and canon of Brechin, 23, 27, 51, 52, 60, 83, 84.
-, -, -, dean of Aberdeen, 558.
-, -, Henry de, bishop of Aberdeen, faculty to, 104.
-, -, -, death of, 224.
-, -, Lichton, John de, canon, afterwards dean, of Brechin, 60.
-, -, -, canon of St. Andrews, rector of Dunlichty, 83, 84, 93, 94.
-, - See also Leyghton.

Leiston, Leyston [co. Suffolk], Premonstratensian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 451.

Leith, Leth, Augustinian house (hospital) of St. Anthony near, preceptor and canons of, 405, 406, 412, 567, 570.
-, -, -, Michael, preceptor of. See Gray.

Leix, de Lege dei [in the parish of Abbeyleix, Queen's County], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 75, 534.

Lemanaghan, Lyach [Kings Co.], church of, 29.

Le Mans [Sarthe, France], 585.

Lennox, Lenax, countess of. See Albany.

Lenthal, Edmund, layman, 587.
-, -, -, Margaret his wife, 587.

Leo, a name in the papal Register, 500.

Leominster, Leominstre [co. Hereford], 108.

Leon [Spain], John, bishop elect of, See Mella.

Leonardus, papal register rubricated by, 360 note.

Leonis, Peter, bishop of Ossero, 407.

Lercedekyn, Michael, treasurer of Exeter, canon of Exeter, Crediton and St. Teath, rector of Chagford, 31.

Lerida [Spain], provost of, papal mandatary, 568.

Les alias Mackellidh, John. See Leche.

Lesbrawst. See Newton.

Lescrope, Richard, archbishop of York, 32.

Lesmahawgo, William de, vicar of Kilmaurs, papal chaplain, 97.

Leth. See Leith.

Lethe, Patrick. See Leiche.

Lethnot, Lethnoth [co. Forfar], a prebend in Brechin, 131, 247.

Lethum. See Lytham.

Lewes alias Trostan, Philip. See Trostan.

Lewestone, Philip, layman, 238.
-, -, -, Joan his wife, 238.

Lewknor, Lewkenore [co. Oxford], 102.

Lewthorp. See Lowthorpe.

Lewynston, Thomas de, a Cistercian monk of Dundrennan, sometime abbot of the same, 226.

Leycmolase. See Lickmolassy.

Leye, John, layman, 309.
-, -, -, his wife, 309.
-, -, Nicholas, clerk, 322.

Leyghton, William, vicar of Barton Stacey, 335, 380.
-, - See also Leighton.

Leyk, dio. Kilmacduagh (? rectius Lichfield), rectory of, 374. See Leek.
-, - See also Torald.

Leyson ap Morys, a Cistercian monk, 30.

Leyston. See Leiston.

Licheberwe. See Litchborough.

Lichfield [co. Stafford], bishop of, papal mandatary, 8, 185, 245, 261, 262, 492, 511.
-, -, William, bishop of. See Heiworth.
-, -, dean of, papal mandatary, 485.
-, -, John, dean of. See Verney.
-, -, Robert, dean of. See Wolveden.
-, -, canons of. See Brymecham (Fulk); Felton; Heywod; Holes; Kynwolmersh; Langton; Layot; Stucle; Verney.
-, - See also Coventry.

Lichton, Alexander de, Duncan de, John de. See Leighton.

Lickmolassy, Leachmulasse, Leycmolase [co. Galway], vicarage of, 154, 201.

Liddington, Lidyngton, Lydyngton [co. Rutland], a prebend in Lincoln, 161, 163.

Lilliesleaf, Lilliscleff, Lylliscleff, Lillisklyf [co. Roxburgh], 71.
-, -, annulment of grant of appropriation of, 101.

Limerick [co. Limerick], bishop of, papal mandatary, 50, 51, 198, 570.
-, -, bishop and chapter, patronage of, 199, 442.
-, -, John, bishop of. See Mothel.
-, -, dean of, papal mandatary, 198, 570.
-, -, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 403, 495, 507.
-, -, John, archdeacon of. See Stak.
-, -, precentor of, papal mandatary, 403, 438, 495, 507.
-, -, Alan, precentor of. See Olongsigh.
-, -, Cornelius, precentor of. See Ohymayr.
-, -, official of, papal mandatary, 172, 403, 522, 570.
-, -, chancellor of, papal mandatary, 399.
-, -, Denis, chancellor of. See Odeyag.
-, -, Jordan, chancellor of, afterwards bishop of Cork and Cloyne. See Purcell.
-, -, Thomas, chancellor of. See Fitzjohn.
-, -, canons of. See Geraldinis (Gerald son of Philip and John son of Thomas); Macconmara; Obarre; Oconalle; Ohymayr; Stak.
-, -, Augustinian hospital of SS. Mary and Edward the Martyr by the foot of the bridge, 332.
-, -, -, canon of, 570.

Lincluden, Lincloudan [co. Kirkcudbright], collegiate church of St. Mary, provost of, papal mandatary, 471.

Lincoln [co. Lincoln], bishop of, 98–101, 163, 283.
-, -, -, faculty to, 228.
-, -, -, papal mandatary, 63, 134, 282, 284, 288, 440, 491, 512, 541, 563.
-, -, Philip, bishop of. See Repington.
-, -, Richard, bishop of. See Flemmyng.
-, -, William, bishop of. See Alnwyke Gray.
-, -, bishop, dean and chapter of patronage of, 333.
-, -, dean of, papal mandatary, 254.
-, -, John, dean of. See Mackworth.
-, -, dean and chapter of, 160–163.
-, -, subdean of, papal mandatary, 254, 410.
-, -, John, subdean of. See Percy.
-, -, archdeacon of, 283.
-, -, -, papal mandatary, 410.
-, -, Richard, archdeacon of. See Caudrey.
-, -, Robert, precentor of. See Burton.
-, -, Peter, chancellor of. See Partriche.
-, -, official of, 162, 451.
-, -, William, vice-chancellor of. See Stanley.
-, -, chapter etc. of, 540, 543.
-, -, canons of. See Depyng; Eldrede; Ingoldesby; Langton; Ludham; Marshall; Mersshe; Moleyns; Petworth; Ryngestede; Walton; Warde; Wymbysshe;
-, -, cathedral church of St. Mary, 160.
-, -, -, chapter-house of, 162.
-, -, Augustinian friary, 221.

Lindores, Londoris [co. Fife], Benedictine abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 49, 263, 267, 298, 320, 350, 401, 415, 448, 454, 456, 539.
-, - See also Londoris.

Lindsay, Lindesay, David, layman, 241.
-, -, -, Marjory his wife, 241.
-, -, -, Alexander, his son, 241.
-, -, Ingram, precentor of Moray, canon and afterwards bishop of Aberdeen, 224, 352, 499.
-, -, Lindesay, Lyndesay, Lyndissay, James, clerk, 50.
-, -, -, canon of Glasgow, 444.
-, -, -, of Covington, canon of Glasgow, papal mandatary, 466, 471.
-, -, Lyndesey, William, deacon, 344.

Lingfield, Lyngefild [co. Surrey], 520.

Linlithgow [co. Linlithgow], charter dated at, 457.

Lire. See Lyre.

Lisgenan alias Grange, Lisgeibinan [co. Waterford], vicarage of, 553.

Lisieux [Calvados, France], bishop of, papal mandatary, 47.
-, -, Pasquerius, bishop of. See Vaux.
-, -, Peter, bishop of. See Cauchon.
-, -, precentor of, papal mandatary, 553 note (corrigenda).
-, -, chapter. etc. of, 319.

Liskeevy, Liskyaid, Liskyauaig [co. Galway], vicarage of, 293, 551.

Lismore [Scotland]. See Argyll alias Lismore.

Lismore [co. Waterford], bishop of, papal mandatary, 137.
-, -, Richard, bishop of. See Ankel.
-, -, dean of, papal mandatary, 553.
-, -, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 194, 534, 546.
-, -, David, precentor of. See Offlyn.
-, -, chapter of, 183.
-, -, canons of. See Macraith; Merning; Oconify; O'Hedian; Philip ap David Lloyd; Scadan; Symond; Wyot.
-, - See also Waterford.

Liston. See Kirkliston.

Litchborough, Licheberwe [co. Northants], church of, 210.

Lithqw. See Lythcow.

Lithum. See Lytham.

Little Island, Inysmemele alias Parva Insula [co. Cork], rectory of St. Lappan's, 197.

Livermere, Livermer [co. Suffolk], church of, 235.

Liwer, Robert, canon of Exeter, 308.

Llandaff [co. Glamorgan], bishop of, papal mandatary, 496.
-, -, John, bishop of. See Welles.
-, -, Nicholas, bishop elect of. See Asshby.
-, -, dean and chapter of, 204.
-, -, official of, 474.
-, -, chapter, etc. of, papal letters to, 74.
-, -, canon of. See Newcastell.

Llanddeiniol alias Carrog, Carrok [co. Cardigan], a prebend in Llanddewi-Brefi, 378.

Llanddewi-Brefi, Llandewybrevy [co. Cardigan], collegiate church of, canon of, 378.

Llandewi [co. Glamorgan]. See Hen-Llys.

Llandruidion, Landredyan [in St. Davids, co. Pembroke], 502.

Llanfair Nant Gwyn, Nantgwynt [co. Pembroke], 454.

Llanfihangel Geneu'r Glyn. See Cwmdû.

Llanfyrnach, St. Bernachius's [co. Pembroke], parish church of, 501 note, 502.

Llangeler, Merthyrkelen, Merthirkeler [co. Carmarthen] rectory of, 306, 510.

Llangelynin, Llangelynyn [co. Merioneth], rectory of, 320.

Llangorsse Casse Abbatis. See St. Dogmells.

Llangunnor, Llangonnor [co.Carmarthen], church of, 502.

Llannorin. See Llanwrin.

Llanrhaidr in Kinmerch, Llanraydur' [co. Denbigh], 191.

Llansantffraid in Elvel, Llansanfrid alias St. Bride [co. Radnor], a prebend in Abergwilly, 7.

Llantarnam, Lanternam [co. Monmouth], Cistercian abbey, monk of, 30.

Llanthony Secunda, Lanthony Secunda [co. Gloucester], Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 416.

Llantood, Langtot [co. Pembroke], 454.

Llantwit, Lantwyt [co. Glamorgan], vicarage of, 495.

Llanwrin, Llannorin [co. Montgomery], church of, 320, 321 and note.

Llanystumdwy, Llaniystudwy, Llanystudwy [co. Carnarvon], rectory of, 157, 250.

Llaythdir. See Lleithr.

Llegaduv, dio. St. Davids, 519.

Lleithr, Llaythdir [in St. Davids, co. Pembroke], 502.

Lloyd, Philip. See Philip.

Lloyd, Lloyde, Loyd son of David, Philip. See Philip.

Lloyd vab Phylpyn, William. See William.

Locchque. See Lough Key.

Lochauactair. See Lough Oughter.

Lochccrewe. See Loughcrew.

Lochke. See Lough Key.

Loch Leven, Lochlevyn [co. Kincardine], 588.

Lochlocha. See Ballyloughloe.

Lochluacha. See Ballydeloughy.

Lochluatha. See Ballyloughloe.

Lochmaben [co. Dumfries], church of, 26, 450.

Lochmalony, Thomas de, chancellor of Ross, canon of Caithness, 11.

Lochmesca. See Ballinchalla.

Lochque. See Lough Key.

Lochrutton, Lochrewton, Loghroton [co. Kirkcudbright], vicarage of, 18, 499, 500.

Lochsedi, Loch Seydi, Lochssydi, Lochsyddi. See Ballymore.

Lochton, Louthon, William de, vicar of Musselburgh, 27, 319.

Lochwactair, Lochwattair. See Lough Oughter.

Lock, Nicholas, an Augustinian friar, 314.

Lockinge, East, Lokynge [co. Berks], 83.

Locminé [dep. Morbihan, France], Benedictine priory, Griffin, prior commendatary of. See Yonge.
-, -, -, William, prior of. See Cherpin.

Locque. See Lough Key.

Locuacthair. See Lough Oughter.

Loger, a prebend in Dunblane. See Logie.

Loghroton. See Lochrutton.

Logie, Loger, Logy [cos. Stirling, Clackmannan and Perth], a prebend in Dunblane, 131, 383, 444.

Lohier, Master John, papal chaplain and auditor, 319.

Lokynge. See Lockinge.

Lombe, Margery, 336.

Londichty. See Dunlichty.

London, bishop of, 327, 344, 433.
-, -, -, papal mandatary, 3, 10, 31, 40, 79, 83, 185, 186, 245, 252, 284.
-, -, the late (1438) Robert, bishop of, See Fitz Hugh.
-, -, Robert, bishop of. See Gilbert.
-, -, dean of, papal mandatary, 40, 79, 102, 110, 175, 210.
-, -, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 210, 558.
-, -, official of, papal mandatary, 485, 511.
-, -, canons of. See Langton; Lysoures; Walbert; Wodeford.
-, -, religious houses and hospitals:—Augustinian house or hospital of St. Anthony [in Threadneedle Street], master or preceptor and brethren of, letters for, 44, 217, 527.
-, -, brethren and sisters of, indult to, 214.
-, -, John, preceptor (or warden) of. See Carpenter; Snell.
-, -, Michael, preceptor (or warden) of. See Plesseyo.
-, -, Walter, warden (or preceptor) of. See Lyhert.
-, -, William, warden (or preceptor) of. See Say.
-, -, translation of the dedication feast of, 219.
-, Augustinian house of St. Mary the Virgin without the walls, hospital in, 489.
-, Cistercian abbey of St. Mary Graces by the Tower, abbot of, papal mandatary, 123.
-, Augustinian hospital of St. Thomas the Martyr of Acon, Accon, brother of, 115.
-, -, collegiate churches:—
-, St. Martin's-le-Grand, chapel royal, Richard, dean of. See Caudrey.
-, -, canon of. See Coste.
-, -, sanctuary at, 282.
-, -, parish churches:—
-, St. Botolph's by Billingsgate, Billynggezgate, 258, 259.
-, St. Dionis, Backchurch, 10.
-, St. Giles's, Cripplegate, St. Giles's without the Crepilgate, 6.
-, St. Dunstan's in the East, 81, 82.
-, St. Gabriel's, Fenchurch, or Fanchurch, 521.
-, St. John Baptist's in Walbrook, Walbrok, 283.
-, St. Laurence's, Old Jewry, 123.
-, St. Margaret's, New Fish St., Brygge Strete, 278.
-, St. Mary's at Hill, 234, 308.
-, St. Mary Magdalen's in Milk Street, Milkestrete, 259.
-, St. Nicholas's in the Shambles, 81.
-, -, chantry of Holy Trinity in, 246.
-, St. Thomas the Apostle's, 315.
-, -, mayor, lieutenant and constables etc. of the woolstaple, grant to, 111, 112.
-, -, citizens of, 229, 230, 232, 234, 236, 237, 239, 240, 243, 244, 300, 304, 305, 307, 309, 312, 313, 315–317, 367, 371, 517, 583, 585, 587.
-, -, the great conduit of, 115.
-, -, procuration dated at, 160.

Londonthorpe, Lawndyrthorpe [co. Lincoln], 368.

Londoris, Lundoris, Laurence de, rector of Creich, 26.
-, -, -, a Cistercian monk, 350.
-, - See Lindores.

Longley. See St. Fergus.

Lopholme, Loppam [formerly in Sutton, co. York, E.R., now lost], 134.

Lorrha, Lochra [co. Tipperary], Augustinian priory of Fons Vivus, prior of, papal mandatary, 375.
-, -, -, Donatus, prior of. See Olachnain.
-, -, -, Maurus, prior of. See Okynnedyg.
-, -, -, Nicholas, prior of. See Onuallayn.
-, -, -, Patrick, prior of. See Ohaly.
-, -, -, canons of, 333, 351, 407.

Lothaccris. See Burrishoole.

Lothey. See Monaghan.

Lothian, Laudonia [Scotland], 21, 457.
-, - See also Louthiane.

Louell, Giles, prior of Lancaster, 268, 269.
-, - See also Lovel.

Lougane, Henry, vicar of Kilbarchan, 436.

Lough Key, Locchque, Lochke, Lochque, Locque, Insula Sancte Trinitatis de Lochque [on Trinity Island in Kilbryan parish, co. Roscommon], Premonstratensian abbey of Holy Trinity, abbot of, papal mandatary, 133, 447.
-, -, -, Magonius, abbot of. See Macdonnchaid.
-, -, -, Maurice, abbot of. See Macdonnchaid.
-, -, -, Rory (Ruodricus), abbot of. See Ocarraid.
-, -, -, Thady, abbot of. See Macdiarmada.
-, -, -, canons of, 418.
-, -, -, See also Lough Oughter.

Loughcrew, Lochccrewe [co. Meath], rectory of, 29.

Lough Mask [co. Mayo]. See Ballinchalla.

Lough Oughter, Lochauactair, Lochwactair, Lochwattair, Locuacthair [co. Cavan], Premonstratensian priory of Holy Trinity, dependent on the abbey of Lough Key, prior of, papal mandatory, 429, 493, 528.
-, -, -, Fergallus, prior of. See Osiredean.
-, -, -, John, prior of. See Osiredean.
-, -, -, Luke, prior of. See Macgallgali.

Loughrea, Lachriach [co. Galway], Carmelite house at, 400.

Loutfate, Malcolm, clerk, de facto rector of Kilmany, 50.

Louth, Lowte, Lowthe, Lowth, Luga, Luua, Luweth [co. Louth], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, dependent priory of, 213, 453.
-, -, -, prior of, papal mandatary, 18–20, 97, 98, 142, 275, 292 (bis).
-, -, -, John, prior of. See Lyde.

Louthiane, John, member of the papal court, rector of Lochmaben, 26.

Louthon, William de, vicar of Musselburgh. See Lochton.

Lovel, Lowell, and Holand, William, lord, 98.
-, - See also Louell.

Low, John, bishop of St. Asaph, afterwards of Rochester, 433.

Lowan, Walter, vicar of Gamrie, 95.

Lowe, James, precenter of Cork, 438.

Lowell. See Lovel.

Lowey, John, vicar of Edrom, 450.

Lowte, Lowth, Lowthe. See Louth.

Lowthorpe, Lewthorp [co. York, E.R.], collegiate church of, 119.

Loyd son of David. See Lloyd.

Ludham, Thomas, canon of Lincoln, proctor of the founders of Tattershall collegiate church, 160, 163.

Ludlow, Ludwoe [co. Salop], Augustinian friary, friar of, 310.

Lübeck [Germany], 33.
-, -, canon of. See Gele.

Luffenham, North [co. Rutland], 69.

Luga. See Louth.

Lumley, Robert, layman, 563.

Lundithey. See Dunlichty.

Lundoris, Laurence de. See Londoris.

Lundychty. See Dunlichty.

Lurga, dio. Clonfert, 354.

Lutkehus, Hermanus, Hermannus, papal registers rubricated by, 155 note, 345 note, 460 note, 507 note.

Luua. See Louth.

Luweth. See Louth.

Luxembourg, Lewis de, archbishop of Rouen, administrator of the See of Ely, cardinal priest of SS. Quatuor Coronati, 47, 326 note, 344, 392, 576.

Lyach. See Lemanaghan.

Lychew. See Lythcow.

Lychton. See Leighton.

Lydd, Ledde [co. Kent], church of All Saints, appropriated to Tintern, 266.

Lyde, John, prior of Louth (Ireland), and guardian of the spiritualities of Armagh, 246.

Lydyngton. See Liddington.

Lyel, William, vicar of Insch, 480.

Lyhert, Walter, bishop of Norwich, previously rector of High Ham, warden of St. Anthony's, London, and provost of Oriel College, Oxford, 484, 497, 513, 527, 574.

Lykylesteuart. See Kyle Stewart.

Lylliscleff. See Lilliesleaf.

Lymm, Lymme [co. Chester], 73.

Lymyngton, John, layman, 484.

Lynally, Laindela, Layndeala, Layndela [King's County], parish church of St. Colman, rectory of, 16, 341.
-, -, -, vicarage of, 337.

Lynci, Kathleen, 250.

Lyncoll, Robert, canon of Waterford, 77.

Lynde, William, layman, 231.
-, -, -, his wife, 231.

Lyndesay, Lyndesey. See Lindsay.

Lyndwood, William, archdeacon of Oxford, bishop of St. Davids, 253, 297.

Lynford, John, layman, 302.
-, -, -, Sibyl his wife, 302.

Lyngefild. See Lingfield.

Lynn, Layndh [co. Westmeath], rectory of, 373.

Lyon, Thomas, nobleman, citizen of Salisbury, 584.
-, -, -, -, Margaret his wife, 584.

Lyre [dep. Eure, arr. Evreux, con. Rugles, cne. la Vieille-Lyre], Benedictine abbey, 567.

Lysoures, Thomas, canon of St. Paul's, London, 240.

Lytchow, Lytcow. See Lythcow.

Lytham, Lethum, Lithum [co. Lanc.], Benedictine cell or priory of, dependent on Durham priory, 458.
-, -, -, William, prior of. See Partrick.

Lythcow, Lythqw, John de, Cluniac monk and abbot of Paisley, papal chaplain, 421, 422, 476, 477, 576, 577.
-, -, Lithqw, Lychew, Lytcow, Lytchow, Lyctow, Lycthow, Robert de, rector of Bonham, 125, 126, 140–142, 443, 535.

Lytill', John, an Augustinian canon, 274.